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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 September 1885

~--i--i. ·-v' --- , I- - MADISON CIM;Et . C. WE3r.l-z?:, " . , "' SATURIt)AY,', . ?!TtiM8 OF SUTSCRTT''tV. ,N. Z3 M  11.4, * * sgpK u j)1I. - - - 1) ý, F 1' T . Only fvelnoutlhs cool this .i ti . This week has been a reinv on , Get your winter tlorwcr ha a. ini order. A hotel is wanted b!,a:', iº: T .1. lulab. The eced season, will open et:e fore very long. Thre is a good crop of rrmuc-a dipes this year. Dealers, will do well, to read the Batanta notices. Did anybody say "iicorljlatc" or was it an echo from lact yar? i The fig season was not a success in this neighborhood, this year. , if you are not, cureful, so,,:<. c,, ton will come d!i:,ping i:ng., tr. in It will soon be time f;r t',,:.-," wanders to be tu(ring; their :.. homeward. Madison pa.ri.:= 4.,.rn, to I,,,.; "sorter shy" of tlc E.'',,, .ii.:I,:l, Iti they are going to have it:!1 i, smse. Mr. A. T. Lane ,ss oune to Duckport where he can l.e nd, the immediate charge of D)r. :,V1 The very few dlrlinque'1 ,. scribe...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 September 1885

... s ai new Inm snaesm * ts !lasers ad others who have i em as aetlvea sad seesestful part in SImrtldetd s lo standard time have S alerg acknowldlged that the eye .m et lme notation now in general aM, whisk divides the day nlateo two ts of twelve hours each, benning bdr ending at aidday and nalght saltgethe coasradletey ad com and is cumbersome, because al the hours, whlich are repeat ed every day, they have to be explala ed as either mate meridian or post erMdiasL The railway ooeials have obe meat alive to this anomalous con disin of things, because they have lwd as great dleoulty in makling up thei tim schedules as the public. imlly ha'v in deoipherinr thelm. Ralirad mena, therefore, would be a uait for the adoption of the twentv Our hear system. At the meeting of e Amric SooCety of CivElygin. eggs, on the 21st of lst Jamuary, do Oemmttee oa 8tandard Time reported that sine the June previous they had eemmuelcated with a large number of prominet mea in all parts oftheo eestry, an...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 September 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL. II. NO. :3. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 185G TERM 1. PER YEA TWENTY-rFOUR O'CLCLK" the New Time Notation to A Cleek' and Watcbes. The pioneers and others who have le in active and succe-qfuil part in introduct.on of st:indard tiue have or along acknowledged that the sys t of timle notation now in general - which div.dts the day into two ar of twelve hours each, beginning to ending at midday and midnight, nc ther contradictory and con- of , and is cumbersome, because asting the hours, which are repeat- a1 every day, they have to be explain- in o as either ante . eridian or post of Ian. The railway otlicials have tic most alive to this anomalous con- bt of things, because they have as great difficulty in making up bl time schedules as the public- oc y have in deeipherinr them. at men, therefore, would bea a for the adoption of the twenty hour system. At the meeting of b3 American Society of Civil Eng...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 September 1885

S A )IS ) , T . aZRMS OF S wI3 z aTH rioN.r SIn -.u r - A blue JacI i1 IL' graphw oII ' - " - ' to. pae't - r , i t b r.. . . . i - . - --- . " IJ. subecripti r0, , . , ' .'.d ,, I futu.. zC . , LI "'"r ia,, roir t b o +,," -' '' f ; lav shilo p aipre : :,t e s r' : r ) u ; e 'icfvre cll ;e  f. ; l!. i:<..ý ", ; r " "tke, the rz .:wi: .' *g i ubscribpt ne ifr the T ,' r tt xeston hasi sigrd. . John Ellis will tak the ~ '. Wi sohitinarth "rtide ape..-" li the M ,' l. -', or is. ; : e t"c ' imand papers cptiza, `,t'h ul credit fr the . S ille by a railr)e a r t rae T, i .A. , while .in led along the Ron has resikr,,',l. Th Egyptian - ionco i o ected. JohnElliotton ll t t he -ll Virginia, itl Olct,º,!,r ;: en the markise Ti't.. :e' ,ri ,a Davenport wal, nor!nated, Gvcredit frnor thof . Yr, ean conved rntion at aratoga, i Ieeived b a rosiirol trnifl the In is hale v ing letr along the :, rbypenis kproinceeri ." . EServptia ymth'n r,,i, ies. andi t 50per cent month. ils the ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 September 1885

SMADIb ,'"  . := --:- .. - C. WICIE'T.,h. ':.., . _ c. TI, I). , t-', , - - , r-- 1--144 -r-. . NuoSw iO SUa i' - . i'- . ;ood west i, F''. , all sectiain. sir. Pa li,] l r. i. '. front th" .iut. G en . 1)ºt..n ,I I- ,: ,..! :!. ' short absyen'ce Thur,-I:, j Doi't pa: w h:'! .: '. sooner tthaa yon: ,.a:1" ,. Mr. J. Tysdlt L , quite nick. hut i1 uno'w ill';I; Mr. Monette t ,a wagon load of , ,.;." : l   ,, ,. Thursday. The petiticns f;:r *ho c i. should lE all in witiluln to .: Sthe late-t. The week up,,,.,,, ' ' ".' weather, and '" .+ ... i'k:,u v.. i:: order Mouday. . A property tax l;y,' i; " who pays taxe-, ,,: ,y "i property. Mr. Barer, the r.,l-,., :, . Tallulah, return,.l ir',, t-l " Well last Ml( lnd!a'... .Now answer tli.: • hy ., tt ' :,I oeats have two butt'. ll"r :',i .& . Ie i Sbind, in the smanll of the ba . "' * Judge E. D. F:.rrr, of \·. . Sbulg, who is a largme i,'up,,, i; ,,,1 in Madison par'ial, wa ii ':,i. 't I.hb, this week. .fat all the mnusea.hlir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 September 1885

KILLED AT THE BRIDAL d ster 'Pfd fow Uncanny Sounds Since Heard Around the House. Nr l tiv 'the The Strange History of a Kentucky der Habitation Which for Years Has son Been Known as a Haunted House. th cle doi In Boone county. Kentucky, just be- th low Petersburg on the bank of tb : Ohio, del and almost opposite the rolling mill at ant Aurora, Ind., stands a deserted, vacant frame d.elling, around which cluster flie various stories ofgho'ts, spooks and hob- doI goblins. It is known far and wide as the sat haunted house, or, as the darkies in the a1 neighborhood say, "the hanted house," res and all the money in Boone county would for not induce a darky who has grown up in co that vicinity, or who has been there lone I ' enough to hear some of the stories con cerning them, to enter the house after night, and some of them will not cross the threshold alone even in the day time. They swear by Moses, Ham and all the prophets that the house is "hant ed;" that strange noies have been hear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 3 October 1885

SMAD TIMES. DEVOTED TO T[IE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISII. VOL. II. NO. :u. -ALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. -LA. SAUR)AY, OCTOBER . 18. TNOTES .Isi in the sad Comprehensiva Com-n . on iatsu of things Trans ing in the World raa Almbut Us. the Hope -... The o rtarso, su, ha asaigud. State Carter was shot and killed at fatally shot Wm. Hamnlcttat Nash fever in its worst form is prevalent Cang Te*. S t shot and killed Cooper Peroy C Pa. e b15- plantgiull at Texarksan has a (ol ates have been slightly advanced plete * sa rnclfo o strangled bhis wife bill v suicide whet York iepublican state convention moni airatoa uesday. pare jadC ,turftU an Evansville, ld., gold ee- e by bu. ugold. Shaseen resulted pending the de- outt - gBr r pi uy onell. have th big elepaant. was killed by a Mre a at St. Tbomas.Onturlo. ' of Sir Henry Drummond Wole of le to Turkey has failed. view ln Tonquin are preparnW theo war ont ro thwFep. , isl metl was helddat Rot ra ver of reneu eunraguoe. m eempleted on the Direct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 3 October 1885

ADISON T1MIE N . WIOGETYMAI, Editor & Prop. SATURDAY, OCT.. , 1:3. S Or BBCRIPTIONP . '' sEt wa3s, ***- - .t . ouse .. .. - _u d m'bMI Ita s Cetatrl Exe~o wo Coti . alt'. mltteo. S Jons B. 8ross. {gr et soeUtiveo Committee. J. B.Sroxvw, ofMadi.son, Ch'n. tI J. H. GILPOIl, of " r of S". . KNEDr.,Y, of East C.ar'. :,, S. ---; th 4IA ble pencil .iark at tl/ is )r(1 w·pb indicates that your subsc 'i' tir aspire is two weeks. u t A Was pencil mrk at AU's pars1 Utwas that this is the fastt t I paper will be wat to you tutle~es n eptis pries is receiced bc 01 .it future all legal advertise- , S t must be paid for before is - second insertion. If not al forbefore the day on wkiH should appear the secon.i , the publication wi.'l e A Subscribe for the TIMES. Job Work a specialty. ,The present silver dollar is good c. Itli i Malhattmn has a new Conti this time. i _11 -:A" paurties in New York are t' silver. 41ov. Hill of New York, is a "to ; sitors belong the spoils" man. . N;ew Orlea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 3 October 1885

DISON TIMES - ga gggKAW a liter a Prop. sAUBZDAY, OCT., 3, 18i. acc 3u3ai, * hotea ,usY*UO* y * i2r sai SoWt su. -e - o iani. .lld a hotel. his Deafyalrytaxa. in Fly time is arly over. his Cotton seed is booming.t Start Ap the batcher shop. sace me i woods are full of quirre ls. ,n'sitforgetto bring in thatJob In in SWork. sir Gey. Dennis wain town thi to TaUlsh ought to have a reliable y thipeo. bhi rmemer wanderers are home- da v- - bed, tig oSlquits are putting in their mi well work. de the Police Jur meets a week beL Moanday. ar o Sisno proposed tot take ane. so ft Talluash. Mr. L K. Boney, was seen in two this week. ha Mr. um returned from Cooper's gre a,, llast week. s Rena Sparrow, is visiting "'i buinds in Delta. ien l Tak your walk, but don't tw aplank". ed Miss Lou Morris was visiting in Bi Mlah, last week.t ade J. C. Seale was a visitor to ,this week. of lires were very pleasant last n y and Sunday. in ni levee has been staked out br the Stat engineers. er Therw will be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 3 October 1885

is that branch of naturaldI whish treats of the structnre of i rueat and mode of formation It is a pleasant and profits- i ..4nd to the man who has mar S*sad does not need to work the , t of busting geoloy with the r bestiagthe Bible with geology. a great boon. goes hand in hand with zool lany, hysical geography and ,lih. Ed sciences. Taxidermy, chiro and theology are not kindred I ascertain the age of the b looklan at its teeth and count I wribkleson itshorns. They have it the earth is not only of great ho.t hat it is still adding to its age Stoyear. Sbail to say very much of a great in to short an article. and that is a0 t obstale, which I am constant a- i against as a scientist. I once a paper in astronomy entitled (Cbd ological History and Habits dbreue." It weavery exhaustive ; four pounds. I sent it to a leaation that was supposed g for the advancement of e. The editor did not print it, wite me a crisp and sancy postal - ngtl gme to call with a dray poae ay stuff before the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 October 1885

SMADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISII. vol.1. NO. 35. TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1. 188-. TI( - IISW NUTSHLEL : aid Point of the Events c the Day Whittled Down S Fine. -.omeste. tt tr has been done by prtfrie frels is prvaleitln various portions ei was shot and killed by his son at te Ky. B Institute is to be held at I are escaped from the Steuben =-sI s a sud4go outbreak of small Allme o.,* is expected to occur In Albania Dt Grmany will see that Tur- a aite m d. • companies threaten to with- W geargi If a certlan obnoxous law and ir rotBpal efe of sthAfi of froer. The co t- TI b able-boded men be . oo etinole army. gR has bees nominated by tbe fcr mayor. ac i at Shelbylle. Ill., of n th aof John Bland. b •oo mem•ast isapper. tl waed tor bhose steling  ci W bees arrested at Blohmwod, mudeamuaderouls aessaultan his b * apO caused by oeel- r *iadfabtde5mrl i, to so thsjt.Jwo5b and Gr0o ad t Saahink right ha been ar P at the Louisville tobacco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 October 1885

ADISON TILMES WlIGRTnA., Editor 1c Prop. SATURDAY, (C'T.. 1), 1S .3 fi lu r m or SUBSCRIPTION. w as,-- " !den; las*v , -. .. . . .. " o lh, Soerns. ---- I J te< etae Central IKecEtive Cuou. w k n"u--e. wlt t Jons B. . Lca.. (et~ cutive Conmmittee. and - . B. oXm, of Madison, Ch'n. peIs J. H. Gu.rmO., of " sery J. K. KusaDYov, of East Carroll. tdep A UIs p~nenil mark at this jara- the w idiestes that your sudbcrip- lau  utwl aspi ri in two weeks. col( A ise pencil mark at this para ati S~aw~UAA thtes that this is the last time aper rill be sent to you unless ' " " t I pries is rcceived be- on isthe per Il futlreall legal advertise- dis must be paid for before the second inscrtion. If not thc for before the day on whzic dra should appear the seco:;' flna the publication wit.: l io u"d. the Subeoribe for the TIMES. Job Work a specialty. an vai ,:ecebs, is for Davenport. po .J kabur will have the shops. e T.ue age of the V. & M., will id( 'banged Oct. 18. pa he transfer will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 October 1885

ADISO 'l -__ SATURD.Y, u CT.."-, .,', o.U C g aIms, rei oelice Jury meets Monday. 1 Wild ducks a.re head:nl:l h. Iis too soon for spares-rpj ye*..r the evenihgs are gtti,g r 1 'r host can be expected any :ig it. Il e willbein demand sl.ortly. s.; Fecns are plentiful in the wc~ods. r.,. Dengue fever is epidemic .i:l t'  inter clothes will o0ne. be in 1'i7 Iast Saturday night was decid- i:p iy cool. Il Oh I walk up and pay y:Jur ~1ub- of ription Sest week was a good e..: / ,gkleng week. .: The day of the straw hat is over *,thisyear. A male teacher is wanted f i toOo I lah school. Cotton has been coming in pretty ly this week. .": Bears have been seen in the corn:- : ;, on Tensas. Thanks to Mrs. Spencer for kind :), gnlembrances. Pss Rena Sparrow returned ii Delta T::ursday. The wedding t,,kens sent, by Mrs. j were highly appreciated. j Have you thought about secur- p your Thanksgiving turkey ? tr How is 35 lbs of seed cotton per bI , of 150 yards, for the first gT If you want to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 October 1885

S(U INE'S SLATES. h Drg w Ablmise by Weak People ew York Sem. "Hav' e you noticed the growing use of quinine?" a drugist in the vicinity ed the Fifth Avenue Hotel askel re enatly. Atthesanielnomnenlt lie bowed and smiled toa tall, redl-whink,cred man who strolled in. "Just watch t hi~c. ,utomer." he said. The man was very thin and eadav erouslooking. Withoiit sayings worl he walked uptothesodla fountain, and the boy drew out a pill-box, poured three pills into the paint of the cus tomer's hand. set a glass of mineral water in front of himt, and turned to the next custonmer. The tall man swallowed the pills, drank the water, turned on his heel, and stalked away with another pleasant nod to the pro "'That costs him $1.41 a week," said the proprietor, "and before long it will kill himti. He started to take one gve grain pill every night about six 'e nths ago; he now takes fifteen grains a night before he goes home, so that it will brace him up for hindinner. With in a month he will he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 October 1885

IMADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISII VOL. II. NO. .6, TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA.. SATURDAY. OCTOBER it IS18. r'lSEs-"t-o \ýl. .WSY TOTES.e for ti ment Maj. hMrt and Comprehensiva Comm t. pat of things Trans- co irng aIn the World scare About Us. ara - 1 * e Evide erbs . bae nkers and brokers of New No gsmlemarWe iaternational convenatho Me L. ilesa at Clanenati. - ieasdy,. a wealthy cattleman of Texas, 8i h bam1 eoeveited of theft. - Martin of ulpher eve. , 0.was " deat byn aengry bull. Wyo. rae s and at Paul rod has sold tran "l nssu ln the St. Paul and Dulth. riot 11 - SaL s abesrStmettSt of m a.. N. M o.. drna a BSosten and nominated a full bein that reaid M1Ms at w that L~,m  Pufrommelas, su.. bet had en heenmae atHrtford. tomb £ al m the Hew York sad New any land si.ided with an omnibua at New P n kimad two ebldren. wife VmP aft"m4 ha uI been convicted at tnt pet 01 a a.e l e committed during the I jº'. YIwe rsda lire eroteseo. sp rasmp eemlt of N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 October 1885

ISON TIMES , WZIGORTXAN, Editor & Prop. idcI thai T lr x OT SUBCRBIPTION. M ages, .. ..... -- 00 Cral SNoms,.. ........ 1 2jr . _oST;N, - * * car ggagg m oTtos . . . . . . ;5 ten SATURDAY, OCT., 17, 1565. po" wit Jouw B. Stroi. S Sstrs~iet xecutive Committee. th( J. B. SToxuas, ofMadlison, Ch'n. Sin J. H. GU.rOL, of " gig J. M. KaNNEDY, of East Carroll. roi all + -A blis pencil mark at this Para- thi . i ,dictes that your subscry- Ti S9 will pli ire in two weeks. ga A Mbli pencil mark at this para re; S means that this is the last time foi s. paper will be sent to you& untc sI' s ubscription pries is recived be- I l. future all legal advertic- de : *s s must be paid for before of A. second insertion. If not m forbefore the day on whic or sap should appear thie second e m% s, the publication will be .s ;. onesued. le St Subscribe for the Truis. tr eker's stand on Public as S4oaels, Is one that every southern of a u m su endc.re. P Sc The republicans captured Ohio, _ d d mles...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 October 1885

MADISON TIMES s. C. WEHTITAN, Editor & Prop. si4 SATURDAY, OCT.. 17, 18M. P TmsuI or aVUBSCRIPIOW. es vTsAn, . . . '200 MS orrs, * * . . I - ad D I IF T. pt This has been a noble week for wi cotton. PC Wednesday, Nov. 4, is the day for the special election. 3 Never hesitate a moment about a voting for a levee tax. Mr. Geo. W. Montgomery was at C: the Police Jury meeting. b Mr. Aaron Armstrong qualified as Police Juror on Montlay. id Mr. & Mrs. Blum reLurned from m their bridal trip, last Tuesday. or There was a threat of rain Mon day, but it failed to materialize. Vote for the levee tax, and get every one you can, to vote for it. sear stories were current at er Judge Zeigler's store Monday night. p4 The Police Jury adjourned on Wednesday, to meet Nov. 5, 1885. Mr. G. L. Boney was in town Monday, and attended the meeting of the Police Jury. Mr. J. T. McClellan brought in ac a goodly list of signers to the pe- ii tdon for the levee tax. P The merchants are getting in t gid st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 October 1885

tro iarses V csIEtadS. tHe .- hi W~Y1 Talks Abess Msu.d and Phi- hi s *sephera. wadI a Greek philosopher ho, about 429 B. C., and kept on for eighty-one years after; wha he suddenly cease " to do so. tbk to poetry, but when he that his poems were rejected by ph ;'I reek pawprs he ceased writi g Ru and went into the philosophy on ai La. At that time C;reect' had no' Bi ptslar phlosopher, and so Plato soon am lt all be conul do. P Plato was a pupil of `ocratec. who et wahimself no slouch of a philosopher. aay and many a day did Socrates take his little dea of kinderiarten philoso- oi ph.s up the shady banks of the Ilissus a s sit all day discoursing to his pupils' t e. Leep and difficult doctrines, while 4 hs~s laadsled feet were bathed in the I. g ala tide. Many happy hours were. u t s spent. Socrates would take his si tsSea or tell some wonderful tale to his 1 p dasr, whereby he would win their dinner h himself. Then in the deep Athenian' shade, with his bare, Gothic feet in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 October 1885

'*a·· ( r 1l /~ a-, I. MADI soN TIMES. .-- . L . .. ,AD;SQN AR; L. ". -"o . . TALUH . W FPARE O . FS TU A P1rBRH -_. 7ýl x3ý ; -·ýr ,crl r-, TALLULAH.· MAD&SON PARISH, LA., ATLTUY).ý. (ºC'TOBER 1 it. NA NUSELL8 j Poit,ot. th! ventsb m Dy Whittled Down as.... aww.a ath s /e wxw f ht was killed at Quincy. Ill., by a sbore. re - u gImaIu'º o are O 4 eKeaerl Co. at Bharon, Pa., - -wo m. a x, ..l + s.O r. .' as a I --_...ll t aarural gas at Tarentum. . eernals award warm prealse to the mpagement of Indian affairs. .t 1 u Ioueas wied btdoreds1 sI mel al reechman who reased sear Dsseet of t oonsoket Dak was Ri ---- emorel ftr aeaaar oh we-e l shoas a b th Foprtws to efta " r-la at  Boston entered a. - ose. wboNesid aif sole Mcee I - 4 .. p.. . . . . Iofyd ee Ia conference at Cooln asa titating the word b ,eharge with emairdereem a  mpi ad I la . rarded ata rrelo8 8rdl be ehedr .in 3e traad aoo, were w out; No ilnl onfaerenm atmo -Psal e, Ialsaty sal rewrd by uI ar hItl era...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 October 1885

MA I)ISON TIMES B. C. WEIGHTlAN, Editor & Prop. ti ch TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1' ous1 vZa, . $2 00 srx 3folsl, 1* 25 " 1 Twasm norms * . . 75.s SATURDAY, OCT., 24, 1885. m M mberte Ostm a Esecutlve Com. II et Jons B. 8ross. DIstIM et Exeutive Committee. J. B. rows, of Madison, Ch'n. ei J. H. GILPOII, of " ol J. M. KsmxnDY, of East Carroll. re A Use. medc mark at this Para- a, graph indicates that your subscrip- a, tis uiU ertpire is two weeks. i. A blo penmcl mark at this para. g grpheas that this is the last time in te paper will be sent to yon valess C the mbsecription pries is received be- I Jfrs ast issue. at *l Is future all legal advertise- aI meats must be paid for before at the second insertion. If not m paid for before the day on which fr they should appear the second Si Abe, the publication will be discontinued. ft B Subscribe for the TIMES. tip Cholera is about over with in th Spain. I soa Small-pox is still raging in Mon. to obM. Toombs' ostate amounted k to X50.000....

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