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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 August 1885

SummeUr ingcr " : ". Let u1 ,av; a rc 4 Or Irish potatoes0 fur, rel. There is pncr .y of, . - around, DOW. Let N. 0. ''a e f p..: 1 tI rived h r p o s A fur. 1. i; :. , L z. : An attoempt is bin . t" i whitowash Tallnlah, 1,, it c,.: . be done. - Don't fo;get the Excu: on (on c, the 17th, to bo the grea.t d~1' · I Vicksburg. Mr. Geo. W. Sevi..,. ;ni^l pleasant call at the Tin[a ot::01 this week. Monday's Vick:1'u:.;4 r!'.t ' " wy of filing to arri i u, ti:a . " be discontinued. Tho "moss' is rnt hro': an but, have a dii lrenti pIa:. . ing. That's all. It was kiad of ro.nt on e . burg for the .es' ident to, t!kc t': ost-ofeice of filhi:'. Just received a .f : of( . ; er, noto paTper, bilis ft., ' ,i .:..o ' tuit. Send in your jo, wt.ekr Riel the hialf-brcL wa co:i 1 . freason lalt weock. Thi; tam . written for last weel's i apcr g, as lost, miIaid or stuleu. If the reformers wish to a;eoxri !i~iih p anything, they will have to '.a.nge their leaders, and get s:m;Ie :lm who are not...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 August 1885

TILE IMODET STOLE r. t The Flower Whleh the Angel Chese for a eiotlhemare. An angel once askcd the Father if he E ,,might leave Heaven for a day and go a jsown to earth to visit the flowers and i srds and little children, for you must kIow that no other earthly things 1 please the angels of Heaven as do the &wers, the birds and the little children. "Yes," said the Father, "you may go drn to earth, but be sure to stay no longer than a day; and when you come back to Heaven bring me the loveliest flower that you can find that I may transplant it in my garden and love it for its beauty and fragrance. Cherish it tenderly that no harm may befall it." Then the angel went down to the earth, and he cause to a beautiful rose bush, upon which bloomed a rose love lier and more fragrant than any of her kind. "Heyday, sweet rose," said the angel; "how proudly you hold up your fair head for the winds to kiss." "Ay, that I do," replied the rose blushing, albeilt shl enjoyed the flattery. "But I...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 August 1885

MADISON TIMEsl DEVOTED TO TIIE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL II NO. t$. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA I SATURDAY. AUGUST 22 1885 TERMS 8?.ti PER YEAR 8 L lu -- . . . . - . . . .. ... . ... . . ... gJOr OF A GIRL JUwV aiGAOUE. 0 - rom the Utiaes Observer. Thae I a tie which hinds the hearts Oflouth and love in ,hinipg bands; Wbere'er they mleet t h'\ re', -tlnize Thesacred sign, anti si i-l, hands. A! blessed is the mystic " i.. May neither life n,,r dle tih destrouy That thrilling chord hiculi hinds ourhearts La the deep fellowship ofll joy. Pnt thers is deeper sillnt ler seulse O Laship, wh'i:,n iri *,ur fear, Our doubt, lforvl,lingsl. i and distres We seat the eyes w ich ha ve known tears. artse which have learned, like ours, the depth Slss or wrong. nor gained relief, Wenseton onotlra tedl ground Wh those in fellow ship of grief. -t mase or twice, perhluance, in life, ., trou h much thought and m ,ay . abwe attalned nrto the height seo whence all loes all wrong appears Lgtbdum- p...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 August 1885

M"11)l1 N TI III'.: R. C. WEIGHTMAN, EI:tor !& Prop. SATURDAY, .AIv;rT :'2 1 .iE2MS OF BU RR~RtPTTON alser -. - - - - - gz wa)%T11Ti , -- ii glll " Yoi RT - - - . - 1 ian( "r State '"Ittra"1l I;..tlvull'e aaomn Distriet Ecverltivo (C.ondittee. J. B. STON i1, of M:dit:son. ('h":. J. It. iIv.Fholl .. ,f ' J. M. K'x. ?1NV,  o ..t Carroll. graph I tI ri4 jac, t ee ". ai l.r - A hlNe pt,"vil nt. k (i thic parsa. Urtj, vt ,vi t'a,11 .t th!s i. it hr; N, t tieim the p pl,r e will h, tiat t , t . . u it'r n the sitbceri1,tlo pf ire is r,,eC..r,,tl be In frlzuure a!l l-eg',i c'dve;ris:: en;:Is m:C! b' ;'! frid f ,,'rc 1'te setcond ij;sc'ri . If il paid frt'cforc the ."t , d"! t.hy s',s ozl.! , 1e ,'r:, r :hit sec,,;n.: ti.ne, the uu;:ic,:in will ', dlisco;llz:;ied. .... 7- -- -- ---- -- o__ T'ler," is a great ,ihal of injfuriinla tion, in S, oth & \V.Wet. 'rThe West 'int Rifles, proved to be 1(to able for tie Vic.ksburg! ,outhr,,ns, an.id (aplured the priov. There is a g,'neral ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 August 1885

MA I)SON T'1 ES L C. WEBIHTMAN, Editor & Prop. IATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 18 i jjjR8 OF SUBSCBIIPTION. 0is TgA, - - 1 i) I.L I F P. Who will ship the first bale ? We got a taste of fall last Satur day. . Get your Job Work done at the Tim office. There was a light frost in Mich igan, Aug. 15. Look over the road law, and see what it says. Fires were not uncomfortable last Sunday morning. A reward should l,e offered for the scalps of Grant poets. Mr. W. M. Murphy has been sick nearly all the week, from a bilious attack. Mrs. I). D. DeMoss, who has been seriously ill for the last two weeks, was improving yesterday. The East Carroll Democrat goes "on record" as endorsing Eustis. Next I Maj. (oen, C. Sebastian, a former resident of this parish, and a pop ular merchant before the war, at Mi!liken's Iend, has been vi.siting some of his old friends this week. Tallnlah turned out a goodly number of excursionists on Monl day, boned for the Vicksburg drill, besides a large number who went in on S...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 August 1885

POUNDER OF MANT PIuna A UlWapse of the Drug tClrk Nixing Up Pot. seas la Little. White Pellets. There is little dloulbt that the youthful mind of Theophilus. John or Dicky is - often tired when reaching up after a glass of soda-water, with a wild desire to become a drug clerk. The aspect of the gorgeous person who stands be. hind the mari-le topped counter and ever beams on the army of the heated * who besiege him tor a draft of the tizzy fluid minds the boy to imagine that a whole summer long with free soda water con-tantly within reach would be quite an ideal state of existence. Ye'the urchin would find the reality which lurks behind this romantic vision quite a different sort of thing. It may be that some persons can see, as it is claimed, a certain distinction of bearing in the manner of the clerk according to wh-ethler he is sell ng a tooth-brush or wrapping up a chest protector:. ;lt such a fanciful halo transcendent snirituality invests him only in the eyes of a few hero-wor ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 August 1885

_ MADISON TIMES. D'.VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARIII. VOL. II NO. .%. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATUlRIDAY. AUG'( ST'' 29 1'.I 'T 'E I k ' ,%e Ideal :larrfarIa From a Boston Minister's Sermon. He preached, in response to malty spmial requests, on "Marriage, taking b^ for his text Gene-is ii, 21-24. Ile said the subject of marriage was taken be- gu cause of its intrinsicimportancei'nd its 1n -.nrmdamstental relations to all social or der. The community arenow in fear os P eoming pestilence that will bring death s' and destruction in the summer. Ef- o forts are being made to ward off this 1N enemy and prevent its fearful .vork, ]i, but,:tl$Ii enae time. anothitr perti- lI Iense is on the way and its black fringe "' is touching us. It is far more danger- ,, ous than any other conceivable one, (;, from the fact that it menaces the home, h, the greatest of all institutions. In th Massachusetts in 1860 there was one In divorce ifty nmarria'ges,in 1876 one wl 'to every twenty, and ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 August 1885

MAI)ISO()N T1MI' SATURDAY, AL'iUGST D, ,-W. t1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. .o1 YZAR . . - - - - - -, ( ,) six xowTar, - - - - - 1 25 1 emberltate (entraIl Executive com. ,", 1ntISte. Joas B1. 8TONs. W District Exeuentiv Committee. lui J. I. STONE, of Madison, Ch'n. a J. ii. GILFroL, of '" J. M. KwNEY, of East Carroll. f A blue pencil mark at this ,pra- i graph indicates that yor subscri'- fr tioa will expire in tLuo weeks. in A blue pencil mark at this para graph tean,sthat this is the last time the paper will be sent to yol unlcss t the subscriptionr price is receired be- I fort next issue. cl In fuit're all legal adve;rise- P ,:e!:ts mrus! be praid for b.o/'re ; the second i:zserio;:. 'J/ n:o " paid for before th'dc, o;;:W;:c t;wy sho.:dt ospear ,te seco::i o time, the p:ublicati; will be discontinued. T Louisville, Ky., has an Exposi- P tion. Director General Buck, has re- al signed. r_ Slual l-pox is epidemic in Montreal -1 Canada. ti The President is still hidden in 81 the woods. ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 August 1885

MADISON P1t,' , SC. W GHTMAN, Editor aProp. in t SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1S5 the !it ON"ns,.. l . 73 w.h wam ]DlIFT - trui Cotton picking is in progress. con Who is Mr. Whitmarsh, anyhow? nun Where did all the peaches go t e this year ? an Madison parish has a trunk mour- the der ceo. w Mr. Josh G. Clarke wp in town had last Saturday. ad The yield of cotton is hard to a estimate. not The butcher shop did not open and last Saturday. cvi Cotton has let down wonderfully, in in North Louisiana, of late. Iing Mr. W. M. Murphy left for unt Cooper's Well last Monday. coa This has been as fair a season for the cotton, as any one could ask, yet- we Did you read that statement me about getting the New York World, a with the TMures ? tra More people are frightened into hydrophobia, than get it from the bite of a mad dog. the Miss Julia Beer returned home cal last week she has been off visiting for several months. Not having a jail, will cost Mad ison parish, enough, in lose thlan I three years, t...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 August 1885

o - -I--- Frost the Independent. Oh! was it I, or was it you That broke the subtle chain that ran Between us two, between u.e two?' Oh! was it I, or was it you? Not rerastronl the casis at beat, Not quite complete from span to span; t I never thought 'twould stand the test Of settled commonplace, at best. - *Bet oh! tow sweet, how sweet you were, When thingl were at their firat and east, And we were friends without demur. hutut out from all the sound and stir. The little, pretty, worldly race! Why rouldn't we have stood the test The littlk test of commonplace And kept the glory and the grace. Of that sweet time when first wemet? Sh!: was it I. or was it you That dropped the golden links and let The little rift, and doubt and fret Creep in and break that subtlechain? O! was it 1. or was it you? Still ever yet andi yet again Okl parted friends will ask with pain. Non'. PRnY. ('OA.LS OF FIRE. T loved my wife. Who would not have loved her? A rose brimming with sunbenlms, the blisli felt...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 September 1885

o MADISON TIMES. D*VOTED TO TIlE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL II N' :30. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1s85 T1iRM d8.01 PElR 1EA1 .O . • . . I . I .II.I . i - I I l * i! * I I e**i**"*i*i* , I I* 3 INYSTERY OF UXIIDRIIO. ;a1 Was a raleatiag later. IA eat fr EverybodF. Iiang ar3ekid. care Uxbrdge. Mai, is erplexed by a mner ryrof a very aggravatin nature. not there is no tragedy or scandal of any the knd inavolved in the matter, and for king that reason the goes ps can find abso- the L.y th ag to base an extended siam ti upon. It concerns only and a rsan drectly. though another one mat mes to have some connection wth 1. of I Jet be ng a murder, a scandal, a mys- ro Wrios d.sappearance, or anyth ng of dow eat sort, it might be thought that it the -weld be eay of eolut on, but it isn't. 'du 'O ew did Levi Wilson get richP is the the -sstlon wh ch promises to agitate the and lt in that section for generations 'a me. 1 gut W.eoa began lfe as a stable boy. sev P ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 September 1885

X TRA. C. WEICeg fi:';PT r G, 1, ' tll : . TERMS OF 5UBS1TS RT1ON. i ONs TSAR, *_ hr JZ mW)%1{t3, I- ' ysass Ur'sTiK * - - * 7 Member SaMe Cent raw Eiecutlve Co-1.' mitte.. I Joinus B. P;ostr. District Exocutivo Co.;mlLtce. J. B.Sros, of Madison, Cfl'n. J. H. GILFIL, Of " J. M. KaIrNuml, of EV.t Carr"i. t A bias pencil mark at tit jan c. graph indicates that ,o: . elC;'. tie will repire in Lwo wcekC". A blue pencil mark at this para t graph macausthat this is t'e. tlat timc , the paper will be sent to ,ou ttnts: the enbacription price is i cr eced c-i fore nest isw.se. In f utur , ".' . . .. "r ments mcust be aid.- fr :. : the second inter.6o:. i 1 :. 3aid for before th dy c':: gtey should appe2r s i :: time, the puczca::"t "" ": `eI discontinued. Grant monuments are n",( ppu-j lar. Frost and Snow at Lckihave,c, Pa., Aug. 27. "Onida'a" real name is .a:l to b Mary Ann Stubbs. It is tl night that the Pre1ilc1" will emerge huoan tLe wUoos ti:is , ,k. The New York Sun, recommends a,...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 September 1885

tATL1IDAY, Dni t ! ,' - d . 'n t le :t ', ! ve T i :. : '  . , r, 1 It i (s r bt' ful. Tiack raisina on the cn : I the V., .& P. r) l, is iI , : g S !" Now that the we's has 1i t lp o( squ"rrel ,thcy arie f~!iig the wV.oo' again. . All good men r siui" 'ne erer:at- pe ed when ther die. A wel! urnc't re- .11 There was enouigh paper. In the, bg,, ,Times-.1)e ocrat . t. of Sep.mer ',' edition, to paper a small huop, i'. It requires a petition for '!  pc- "o i t cial levee tax, bef-re the Polie J rAll can act. Who want the teln t? Mr. W. M. A urhy retml ied- tlhe from Cooper's Wells on Thu1aV, much improved in heale.th. Mrs. DeMoss whto had been 'iy slowly improving, suffered aCh- '1h S chlapse a few days ago, and ,! i yesterday, very low. rthi If anything is going to be (tC, sont about levees, it should be done Ju- Te once. Read Maj. RIichardson's i4 at ter carefully. I an The transfer boat is on its wlu, down the river from hlubuque, (~r ought to be) to ha used betwen r i Delt...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 September 1885

"' , U'*uD4RLOTTA!" to coi Carlotta; the ldow of the would- Sh. -M n E. ror Maximilian,is re- oft im r •las Her reason, which she e ar.rly t'yptt, years ago, is slowly has but surely returning.-[Cable dis- Va Va . ..,, ~the -Surelp the most mournful of all the she a. stories 4ap dern history is that fro pCariotta, the daughter of that Leo- p a -pbld of--lgiaun. whoam the great Na- se poleofdeicribwd as "the linest man heI wo had ever seen." This same IA-opold Ie tent to Pris in 1813, after the hat- I tie i&berloo. In 1810 he was wed- po0 dedQ t.Alo rlotta, only daughter of pr Geo IW.r of England, and in Novem- mu br~Pr1 '4 both" his wife and child, ab1 the. ltte· new born, were buried. wit In August, 18a2, after the revolution ne' which had separated Hlolland from hel Belgium and given Leopold a crown. I, he married Louise Maria second sin dahter of Lotis Plhilippe. the "Citi- 18 ,n "' of the French. The fruit of it -n n were Leopold, now King of re Dt~e- ; Philippe. Count ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 September 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL I NO. 31. TALLULA MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12188 TER . PER YEAR VOI, ![ .NO. 31. T[A.LLULAHr MADISON" PA,RISH LA SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1a885 TERM\ S$.00 PER YE.R W-UCED TO WHITE DUST. g .i Description of the Proceal A Cremation. Lcjatl Commercial Gazette. -he body of Orson 8. Mirray, s was taken from this city to thle cre- p _atorium at Lancaster, Pa., by the se ue and immediate friendsl of the de- pr _sed. A gentleman who was of the su pty furnishes the following graphic w. a~eount of the process of cremation: an Mr. Platt, one of the officers of the wi lancaster Cremation society took ar largeof the body on its arrival. ItI 8 -as immediately conveyed to the cre- eI _atorium, where a large number of of eof all ages and sexes had con- at --t-d to witness the operation. ar a short pause and conversation ro Sthereception room, the gentlemen m . h. late the auditorium, which ti wliith visitors from the town...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 September 1885

MADISON TIMES IL . WIIORTIAN. Editor & Prop. SATUI)AY, :l'T. '. iM URi o0 stUIBSCRIPTION. Tom loEtas, - - - - - e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - ym.asammte (ewtral ii,..UUe a-e,,. smltee. Joux IIS . ,,E SDttres laseeutive Columittee. J. JB.8$sox, of M:lia.o:, Ch'n. J. Hi. GILFOII., of "" J. K. Kaiort, of IEa,, :'.rrKi. SA Kis MACAd ai aM (t ths Ja,',r+ grapk indicates that you'r ,ubsc"rt' ti rwill epire in two weeks. A Use pencil mark at thi.s Ipa,,'L. egrqp&m ansthat this is the last time the paper will be sent to yoe, 1,mden tbe ubecriptlion price is receirel be fore esst isse.. In futurea:1 "egal adverZise a ests must be paid for btfore se second inser!,on. If 1no0 paid for before th:ed' t ;re ::. they should apt e.? :- he w'r.. tie, the p . ... discontinued. The President ret,,rnrd to W\asuh. S a : to. Sunday. Co.mo reports, still indicate a great falling off. There will be a steama rnilroald to the Exposition, this time. The story of a quarrcl bctwe'en Dlyeland and...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 September 1885

MADISONi T13M Il M D S WTBI MEW AW , Editor & Prop. 1 " -- - -' --- --- - SIITUDAY, SEPT.. 12, Ir~i TII·sB O SUBSCRIPTION. M: wans, * - - " us sues. * - - tysei Moets. - - - A solid week of rain. i Cooper's Well, how are yo ' A heavy rain fall last 4aturilay. A ball is talked of for next monhtl. 1 A bear garden--one with inothing' in it. Pretty good duck weather this ; week. It is getting late for chicken+ bhatching. Rubber boots wero good property this week More houses are wanted in Tal imlah. + Mr. Murphy idndulged in chill:,. Thursday. Mrs. Atlnutt has been quit 'ick this week. Don't you want some hill hVt'l. printed ? Business cards printedl at the Tuas office. Tallulah has a butcher shop l,'t, no hatcher. The Madison parish corn r.?, was a good one. 4ilver has ,been scarce.. abo ut .Tallulab, of late. It is said that Tailulah is to have another store soon. Mies Rena Sparrow has h,been quite aiok this week. The special levee tax question. will be settled to-day. Mr. Whbit...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 September 1885

DY URSE THE WITCI. $ -- eve ess Memsnt In Danvers. maes.* in t eawrbr Ki ,rr-e*r, or aor *seve- ov e *MA li***@** the Ulgeea Nouse's descendants unveil- lan - the 80th ult. in Danvers, Mass., wit onumn ent in honor of their ances who was hanged as a witch at A July 19, 1692, or July 30, new Danvers was formerly a part of WA ,and within its limits lies "Salem 'illage," once the abode of the Rev. i -*tton Mather and the Rev. Mr. Par- of i" , in whose house the witchcraft delusion began its fatal epidemic. niz polls street station is quite near ths monument. It stands in the me .maly burial lot on the farm, sur . >aiMed by thrifty white pines on each cal of the little square. It is a shaft s l graite, eight and a half feet dy witb w a aep of Rockport granit dy front are the lines: i RebecaNourse, hie Yarmouth, England. Sh 1621. he Salem, Maus, she 1692. St S w it. are John 0. Whittier's be Me: wc OCl ristilan martyr, who fortruth coMld ba -Whe all abo t owned the hideous lie; i wo...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 September 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL 1. NO. N.. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1885OO -EDUCED TO HITE DUST. a Orvpre Description of tlhe Process of (remtion. I Incinnlti Comtl n~' i;l Gazstte. The bodly of rs~ol S. Murritay, was taken from this city to the cre matorium at la.tcaste'r, Pa., by the T, son and immediate friends of the di- I ceased. A gentleman who was of the party furnishes the following graphic 1 account of the process of cremation: Mr. Platt, one of the officers of the Lancaster Cremal ion society took L charge of the body on its arrival. It I was immediately conveyed to the crc- L matorium, where a large number of I t all ages and sexes had con P it'sltO witness the operation. After a short pause and conversation in the reception room, the gentlemen nv were led into the auditorium, which i was filed with visitors from the town. tur e officers of bot h societies formed a id l'mi-circle in front of tlihefurnace, with si th...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 September 1885

I1ADISON T IS ý.I. W:IGR'TKA , Elitor & Fror -h ey SATURDAY, SEPT.. 11), 1 i. Iwthe T]IES OP 8UBSCRIP-PrON. thI *eas ra, - . - - 2 m Rail S -oxTra, - - - - " 1 24 . ias 3asrram N * KS . i of th -erStme M ie.Untic Com. the wnitce. the 1 Joax 1C. Ynroz. the I1triet xacutive Committee. r *i J. UB.SrON, ofMadison, Ch'n. ,trac J. H. eann.vOr., ,,f )" h J. M. KG.KuistD, of E.Vt Car(ll. 'Thc A Wrs p..ºil mark at this para- to r, gpaph itdieatee that your ubsa~'ip- Trii ties will expire in two weeks. fold A bMu pencil mark at this parao. 1t lpmea.s that this is the lust :int rq;z Te paper will be sent to you waress to,,, 4is ubsrription prie, is reeeised be- t!.-" Is futureall legal aldve aiise- ' wmnts must be faid for bcfore arc ike scond inseriion. If no in : . paid for.bfre lheday, wh.ic It they should aj i'pear the s,.;:d t, n i , the p-bjicaliel w;.. be w.... diase.iuue . :' ,Henry Ward Beecher ic epbscd i :poed y tprlkibitioo. fi IRel the Canadian lhalfbreed L.h ti been re...

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