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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 November 1885

2MADISON TIMnES 3L .. WiIGHT ]A, Editor & Prop. SATURDAY, NOV.. 28, 185i. b n NaxS OF syUBBCRIPTIO. it as sAs, * - $200 d asTS,* * 125 .ISM= ows. * 75 "I D IFT. n Home made cisterns arethe ii lbest. t Winter struck us Monday i F morning. is Loafers should be treated as framps. It is not likely the roads will : get dusty again very soon. They write it now, J. Flayed S King--the J. stands for Jones. No serious results from cele brating Thanksgiving are re Lake Providence will not prohibit-unless the parish does. Who is going to start the temperance movement in Mad lona? 8ignals for the R. R. station are in position and look some ing like. Too many, or any, loafing fouths to feed is a drag on a eonseunity, Thursday night was a damp -ee, and party goers, got damp -ing home. The illustrated editions of fie TIMES are just the same price as the others. Job work done at this ofice. 'tforget this when yon want ything in that line. A Thedismemberment of Tur. took place last Thnrsday, was ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 November 1885

rAnTInE All NAJEA Don't Affet Fair Females of Ootham. to Thoughts and Themes that our Lady Readers Will Find Interesting and Instruotlve-Pashlons and Panoeso Together with Useful b Hints and Suggestions. Gotham's Pretty Smokers. Ways Ln wie te wd is at pwment e J. jo;.-whasi eming. I 'Atb to ea of !} a 'Now Do roU LIEU TUnIS TUKsI, DE&R?' tut mO sr I N 'a "rMWPSB A s so Aho j L-S S ma AZT PAY. About 1AiWeput. ie - --~i- - h I *, i IP;** YELif YDE- t vs?i. UUDU5 ?EaD t LlOWS. gragem wm- aspamwwe Wresg si ItlaimaIm e o a eoer by user sem-Wars Aee. s ne"n A Not long oq a weeping mother called to to bid good bye to her only son who was soen to be executed. "Woman," he elds med in a momen- ing tary freasy, "Woman. I would never a have 'been bhere had you doneyour duty m our by me "wben I was young !" This was a terrible parting ! It hortc ed the spectators, it nearly crased the itt eowclace striken mother. One can scarcely overestimate the e mother's inslence in the moulding of the l...

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 December 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH VOL II. .NO. 43. TA!:LULAR. MADISON PARISH. LA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 5, 188. TER..---8$.00 PER YEAH - ----I : WSNA NUTSHLL ad Che the the, PFI and Melt of the Events o of the ayWhittled Down ll co. Flee. S.EL. MebefLhn bmelseaseisseor trom ar "ussod felmapbll etoed wihL S_ eplarO lue w bured on ·ns r-ve I a. ýe U N iS4 A. 3. Wharsm Ieeae 'AraevaeP~ruawali eamal «tPtatrllle.'1oi.. kL klmW ýwmmabpn by Ket asmeroa. mes.. N e aeseth ebkrweS V j -Ue Nhwbr umee . a flbbe" a wrested bothEwese eekileed ars tmhb. M bur ae /pe bega-~Els c de .e trte aimr a the+e rne seeidp e to a: go m:* - eapbe la lerLertow L M Ihod it a ir - . ewdembee. lysga thea e ~wib. r m were m.t rm b te e aleate ed et t e le b hod I akw*e ieMtAM the vtat i meeaietm ibultee~ Nimemi to the 4" Maoew bg Sheted Ka u mbe epe a f tat mietea tm daeter, hlbe bidmaea leKerK ýM alo-rrr aN eaf las m gerr wode mome as eae %ing seiges f Austrls to teses seask4 Ne ta m aittle. - ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 December 1885

MADISON TIMES I a. tI. WEIGHTIAN, Editor & Prop. o SATURDAY, DEC.. 5, 1.ss. TBBRX OF SUBSCRIPTION. six uoxSTS, . . . 1 2, rnss 2oTas .- 75 4 embnr Sltale Central EsecatUe Com. mittee. Jonx B. Tro. r * - Dlrtrie$ Execntive Committee. f J. B. STOnX, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GILFOIL, of " J. M. KallsDY, of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this para tg rph indicates that your subscrip tiet will expire in two weeks. A blue pencil mark at this para, graph means that this is the last time I the paper will be sent to you unless , the subscription pries is received be- , fore west issue. r . Is future all legal advertise mrens must be.paid for before the second insertio0n. If not paid for before the day on which they should. appear the seco;,d time, the publication will be discontinued. Subscribe for the TIMES. Congress meets next week. Atlanta, Ga., is now a prohibi- r tin town. e There is an Exposition going on 1 In New Orleans, La. :/ The President did not go to Mr. e RHemdrick's fu...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 December 1885

ADISON TIMES' O . WEIGHTL , Editor & Prop. SATIURDAY, DEC., 5, 1SS5. 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. L As , * - 0 U OsTHu, " - 1 25 as orrus .T . - ] Cotton is-stillrollirg in. c Christmas comes on Friday. Turkeys have athree weeks rest. t The hog crop is being gathered. t S-tanta will knock a fever cold. t See the notice for the ladies The west-bound train is general- e There is still considerable cotton t Stobe picked. . To-day you can get oysters at Slam's. Did you see the ice Wednesday lseiing ? Prohibition was defeated in East 1 SCanrroll. The buying of cotton seed goes briskly on. Tax payers have very little en ::tri sthis season. Christmas turkeys ought to be I g uow. rWhen you want drugs, get them ifldton M. McRae.. A,Ill that is needed to get a hotel in Tallulah, is a little money. Three weeks from to-day y u be recovering from Christmas. VWork is said to be progressing on levee below Milliken's Bend. The bridges on the V. 8. & P., o to have a general overhauling. Th...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 December 1885

aW S'4S\ l Vliat UVAULLUD. aIrtt.g erreas r f K . areOalmr t eIn LauI. 011.. A plainly dresscd wcmin with team ,treaming down her face was a siwitor to the oee of theo Society for the Preven tion of Crelty to 'hildren, at Fourth avenue and Twenty third street, yester day afternoon. In a broken voke. at tres stifled with sot', she related her story to Mr. Elbridge T. Gerry, presicdet of the ocdety. Unfortunately it Is be. giZiaUg to be a eoo (oameon one in this city, as the aimost daily compaints which are made to the soe icty prove. The heart broken visitor f sai' that she lived on East S'zty, fourth street in a seU boce. Her family ca slats of two little girl,, aged respeo:tisel. twelve and ten years. To eke out her income the matter leit furnished roams to lodgers. Aoeotng the lodgers was a Frenchman about thirty years cli, who is maid to be a restaurant waiter. On Tueeday afternoon the Frenchman enticeJ the youngest girl, a pre'ty little thine with bigblua eyes and yellow hair....

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 December 1885

MADISON TIMES. SDVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF ILDISON PARISH VOL. II. NO. 44 TALLULAR, MADISON PARISH, LA, SATURDAY. DECEMIBER 12, 1885. TERMS---82.00 PER I FAR MWANUT5EUL ad Poinat of the Evuls s ay WhttlWo Dow *emmU. Wo hm raes b ibrYthesge h wY hUhle Wi. aft sar Rral VCalvis . Powell stpatIst,warss osovr hi eirs. C EI Ulmgbias Ilam , ILen Win. Dyin:Lg :* hsswauvre wmstuei atMeropo Sge - t maaseaghte a ma o Utaml t w ae wee ae salt ball I Ueah . Obils mmiil Ulm IIiaum, was kani ageo at a ase at Comsm Pleat, Iiuipl1m rPumilvaata to . TM: @ O:maha a Yal .gt. ( of !trtms, N. . whill Itemab in Y k owe bhe at a s tfM faces.far T. ., two n were a tlls. WO!talo wheeaihaswe bees e is~ br.h I tr cursor ates L ba b we* N1= ss Ro ESi ýwhe K/fr 11111 D at * nX_ * m.Iw doo nas, hgew. att ane II .»&* be Ia ates 0 - *"ii 1- & ell ---- r fL3 /Ir Yil . ýISSPeýý e red bees stopped was seee Tie wre ed  amer Brooklsa bs bees drives futher up oea the be t Quet o-a wil preabley breat so pieaes I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 December 1885

SADISON TIMES T que ., WEIHORTAN. Editor & Prop. full en. SATURDAY, DEC.. 12, 1585. cry shr TRXS OF SUBSCRIPTION. golt .art ,.. . - - t.....$2 o. o,. s . . . . . . stal  bera sata Cmwtral KEecurecom. fri. mittee. w1 Jo3 x B. rTOLs ful' District Executive Committee. En J.. BTroxz, of Madison, Ch'n. Cor J. 11. il.roI, of " " . .M. Kg.vsu, of Ea .t Carroll. be ....... ------ caO  A blue apeil e markL at this a,'a- get ; raph indinates that your su.bscrip- bu ties will empire it tr reeks. bu A blut peetil mark at this para. for S rsph means that this is the last tilme co _the paper will be sent to yot enless ch ,; k nsbseriptiou price is reeired be- be * ~fer. scat issue. qu n futureall legal advertise- by ments mnust be paid for before bu eth second i;:ser.ion:. If r is1 J i d for before the day on wic; At i twy shou:d apapear the second It time, the pubhication will be to : discontinued. of at Congress met Monday. Mr. Carlisle was nominated for G speaker of the House. The N....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 December 1885

9ISON TIM ESI - --- . - COLT] , itor Prp. bDecenil AY, DEC., 12. 188. Woods C. Colt 0 sUBCaC BIPTION. Clellan " 2* * 00 The S 1s, `* ' house I s s in this Hioflina pUIFITF up witF ment, n tmas is coming. fine lin y was a windy day. provers ow alarms will soon be ton wil machin wy shower Tuesday after- supply line ye notices, in lots, will be given s. Whb3 water navigation will be TIMES raising on this section yet. of Far out for the "ad" of Tezas s. & P week. e Beacol Bolmes'has declared war Bee, See his notice. Every place, .ould follow suit. IaON 14iadloted" is pronounced in other why should not "interdict- But tl - e pronounced interdited. a who the passenger trains on the V. a real , P.; are so regularly behind Mr. and so far behind, there is atteni petitioning the management of the rate a hand car service for ure ii beaefit of passengers who are is jus ious 1 ? Why Lewis Bro's of ever They can fit you no mat- tion, kind of a foot you have. treat( have a large stock of rubbe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 December 1885

Sateiwer it. i my bla*' arteU :d 181 lktuire h re I *o1t desired thst-only ReD. hbard tto til when toil isalmost rain, In beraer ways; ·h wad to ow and never grain In harvest days. e basen omd ma is hard to bear, Bet Odknow best; Ai I have prayed-but vain has been my prayer For Rest, sweet Rsh. -l bard bIplmtt Is spring and sever reap saeayield; ' T is l hard to till, and when 't tlled to Weep O'er iUritless eld. Ad so e cry-& weak and human cry So heart oppressed; And se I sih-o weak and human gh" :or Rest-lor Rest. My wq bas waead aeroes thedesertyeam, And eares laest S and through the lowig of hbot Iies for aest. Tws lwae so; still a ebhild I laid 0. mother's breast Wy weary ttle heead-e'en thee I prayed, As now, for Rest. And I am restless still; 'twill sooa be o'er, Ford we the West ifUsom Is settin; and I an the shboe. e I sall Rest. FAsssa Bran. An W C YBA_~~PYhP -& ANTEB 811TEAlS. Bt KART CL. Uas5o0. l as giving you a treasure, my son. by do you hesitate? Purely you ...

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

. MADISON TIMES. .------- SDEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH VOL II. NO. 45 TALLULAR, MADISON PARISH, LA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 19 i85. TEIRM.---.?.00 PER YEAR SI A NUTSHELL Flue. MulkowskL wat sentenced to be Jasuaryu 1 at Chiscao. spsblesanmnoonlatedThomas B. Reed for the speakership. Orln. ooe of the victims of the gas at Pittsburg. Is dead. menterui-er"Cblcago." was su lausobed at Cbhester, Pa. Afet, aged 10, eomm!tted suicide by morphine at Indianapolfe. daring daylight robberlesof la eeurred recently in Chicago. was stabbed and killed at South s by Beo Johnson. was spoiled in Brooklyn. N. Y., renoe of the groom's wife. erawford of Ar sos, reported kiled paches. asturned up aI" right. eon serd John Uttle, two noted broke jaIl at Lttle ookand esosped. I. Lewis seriously stabbed Mis Bella whom he was In love at New York. s was shot dead by some unknowu ta daceos In Sharp county. Arkansas. tan 8 seo Ball club of New bes sold t rastu Wiman for M, I the Baraum Wire-worke at MNi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 December 1885

ADISON rTIrIMES C. WEIGHTIAN, Editor & rrop. SATURDAY, DEC.. 19, Is%. STERS OF SUBSCr-IPTION . gt lOARN, -, - - - - - '* )' T S12 l MONTIHS ...... 7. SiMetler State Central IExecathve Com. nmittee. JoHN B. STOSR. District Executiveo Comnmittee. J. B. STONE, of Madlison, Ch'n. J. II. GILFOIL, of 3. YJ . g. Kg:I,Yl , of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this jtara "apk indicates that your subc,'irp *5 .will expire in tco weelks. A blue pencil mark at this para . graph means tat that this is the last time A. paper will be seCt to you +atless the subsaeription price is receired be .ure east issue. -1 fut>ure all legal adver/i:e Ants 'must be paid for be~fre S'the second i::serjion:. If nro aid for before ,e i:' oz:: w ic.: should appear ,;:e seCo::.l e:Sie, the pub'lica. wi:;z be 'scdntinued. Sive us plenty of silver dollars. Navigation was closed last week S4. Louis by ice. New Orleans is threatened with loss of her sugar trade also. S:h glory of New Orleans as a market are d...

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

1SON TIMES > KgTJAN, Editor & Prop. RDAY, DEC., 19, IU53. t SOr UBSCRIPTION. r s, " " " - I 1_5 1 : -: n r'ra e . " " i D It IFT. as approacheth. c you ever boil a clock ? i three weeks cold spell is too1 ~ B. McClellan and family, New Orleans W1ednesdavy. Bro's never complain of o ing dull. They advertise. ti ought to be some way of g trains from obstructinge "age. aewa from Capt. Spencer, t Affect that he is improving seed has rolled in this o as though it was selling r dollars a ton. .astern question is still un- r but Turkey will be carvedd a k, and almost every one Sslice. ichardson S. Co., sold a bill to one man last wock that to over $1t),r(nY. The r was Col. Ed. RIichardson. urg is to have sixty elec ta. The 11ru-h Elcctric Co., of St. Louis, furni-hes r t TiuEs is out of luck in the ofgetting the Sunday Vicks- ' d. Twice lately it has received. considerable see-sawing t Thursday, to enable three t trains and one passenger pass one another, aid that Mr. A en, the of t...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 December 1885

Ih ekIPdm me, nmy '*saitf? i darl: I drank t:it dei ;ht of her li, s; The universe melted together, Mortality stood in eclipse. A rit of light stood before me, I eard a far rustle of wings; The kings of the earth were as beggare, And the beggars of earth wereas king. RICUHAD REALt. MUTINY AND MURDER. Iar'e Eztremlty Amid Wind sad Wav American Rural Home. We were becalmed in mid-Pacific. The sails swelled no more than if they had been mo!ten sheets in the tropical sunshine. Yet there was something strangeabout thesea, for it was rough. We had been making good time the day before and I concluded we must have come into a region over which some storm had passed. It was the dry season, too, and I could not ac count for it. But a man findsa good many things on the high seas that he can't readily account for, however scientific he tiny nretsnd to land-lub bers to be. When a man ;?ves the sea, the deck of a ship is more tohinmthana palace, and the salt air and t he heaving waves, life itse...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 December 1885

MADISON TIMES. DeVOTED TO TIIE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH VOL II NO. 46 TALLULAR. MADISON PARISH, LA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 26 188l. TERMS---8.00 PElt YEAR . . . . . .. .. . ... . . . .. . . ..... .......... ...g g g i l 1 1 . a MNAT LOCTL teSl folkatonIght. noteheerful. weine{. with abaset eyes tearfde. awYse and loUes of earth. ue @1 i M1 belore tje se. I rue .rsus, 1 k deu thes tat edth mberse s-iml the sha grooet g now 0f t wmthe : far hands folded. de a, 4eoas as the frwuoghts we rob e helthar smber here the s emrbk growml ta m a Set otr thabieat .OnIe, e0 the wo twi,gohts se as mr r sheem efoher vee would heMar e se witthat th woullot atrea Sheent the swdws warnsa wre d and the h 'eartston m-eo r ean o year. tmelr a the worheld sa em e wav et otrouble re hing hei; s theteed no -SIMN with ts snowflakes ae vesir spireit are malt adellosely, little b rmbo.es! ~tn medows. or snowy M r to the r Itreesson I Oh. that dreary momoton eat dawa, gOlng to bed at igaidmill of rmework, that...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 December 1885

)IADISON TIMES Th4 S. WIIGHTUAI, Editor & Prop. ad mnake Expo CHRISTMAS, DEC.. 25, 1885. it, an gun r saRIm8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. any f *ss TAn, . $2 00 anytl s  MOrnsT,. ...... 1 25the sMass nosNs " .5 land S mberlt ta Central Execatdv Co. to th mlttee. othei Jonx B. Tro3.r learn Distriet Ixeeutive Committee. sense J. B. SroN, of Madison, Ch'n. they J. H. GILrOIL, of " and J. M. KENEDY, of East Carroll. by A blues pencil mark at this para- ve graph indicates that your subcrip- lean .. e will expire in two weeks. scare A blue pencil mark at this para. Ai Sraph, mseans that this is the last time to 1 AI. paper will be sent to you unless iti iA subscription price is received be- thro wiat issue. pere coal * Is future all legal advertise- up t hunts must be paid for before if of the second insertion. If not woý paid for before the day on which greli they should appear the second bon time, the publication will be min discontinued. doll ing Subscribe for the TIwxs. wot a to Christmas t...

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

ISON TIMESI Naa KV3JgTXAJ, Editor & Prop. meit , DEC... , " -1 , Tenn. 1 Ki MSW OF SUQBSCRIPTION 2 Kn rt. - " Kr i'"' o as. * *Ar 4 Kr piIFT. ti llrry Christmas to you ?u p-s't eat "'ore cake than vyu Br. jwvant.' ,e Se5s get mighty trifling about , Ki time. JeK avbe yo lheard at t:rkey gobble .h St: ear W Ike : r` for -.. . . hlhip Dies of Milliken's Bend ' . bs, Sunday of pulmonary havEs L. the l :J.J. -T. MeClellan wau at .il- fort SsBend Sunday, tak:ng part unm giealebration of the tl anni- trael of the wedding of his par- so e. lose ~.ailt1y occurred on Saturday of s4 betweenJames Gilpin. white, not sanuel Ross, colored, in whlch ion plin was shot in the leg. and MIr. trough the bowels. Rosm call, y night. that he < U want to get the New York, T for fifty cents a year, sub- kni! for the TruYs and pay fifty thel ddkitional and''-ou get the reap for a year. I'nless the cash d er with the order, you will not a vw i opapers. to t p ver TItE.' is in receipt of the figh numbe...

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

A CONI SHUOCKING. Down In Georgia In Old Plantation Days. nheoes L.d.r and mi s ong. * n S(e rna Pile. The maunteous * is-Pes and she eaolth e "EMar o I sppo:e our Yankee friends would a  it husking bee," as they ate wont omaall other such gatherings "paring " "quilting bees," etc., wdi es M. leam to the Valdosta, Ge.rgis, Times. we eall it a corn shucking. You haeine that it is many autumn. Lasen of the distant woodlands taken on all the variegated colors rainbow. There are gum trees and whose tops are one sheet of flame, sad towering hickories crowned s marsof orange and golden colored The persimmon trees are loaded their luscious fruit and the late grape haag in rich purple clue. rimng the fence rows next to the p. The pines alone are not affect the change of season. They rise, sad grim, their sombre foliage em a deeper tint by the contrast S bu'road fields ofcotton are white as and only the "dp shucks" remain dsalks where lately hung pendant hay ears of golden corn which are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 January 1886

;MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH S- OL. II. NO. 47 TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LA, SATURDAY. JANUARY 2, 1&6 TERMS---S2.00 PER TEAR JI WS NOTES. airt and Comprehasive Co pistics of Things Trans. pirrig II the World Ab-ot Us. , wN. _buul Os mm. wss muuls ra Jm°Asft, s gm N ,1 bas Jes dipi M Mads aU 0s . Sw r Charlesewa. ll.. sasn har diesss, bat i t was "own bat a asr whatsilsO a a tb arraOI Me.. aaii afterwes samrerei Ia has b as e Nais aa li ss srar mm m . ast meaa ., sess . ME abl ets awksp n r tsa swptis of Par ell at was Uemeutaes a Ieasb. rimWN o -basmd a emdamer br Iaa Lm rI el Im kasIies rme ladre ..eas neda hars arr* amm r~a rgrr or seemi Sts eaes o. pase a·, at ma gearse wkh Momi Lw PHilOma. SIMssen, drl, ye ied ln ealemlerato wd as a ysewemass s so 4 M ma.'seim. Uessaaos's s fewas I as .i r " sm as Wavely ba I agedar Mths wed sped agaimn to a k b ' anU I e. r as,ae i ast eeensai of sah pesosa slew/ -e as hem ma.r MIr t~L r" l emeage *r~r3 ru. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 January 1886

AI)ISONTIES IIGOIT AN., Editor & Prop. h SATURDAY, JAN.. 2, I~Si. tl " aISI OP SUBSCRIPTION. f, * vatn, - .. .. S 00 1)1 -_ ea s, ' * * o * * 1 - 4, G C e We I m See. s * O m a st xeuentive Committee. at . B.STo.Tz, of Madison, Ch'n. a• ' J. H. G(ILoOlL, of " o J.31. KEsiloDY, of East Carroll. it A.. . s pencil mark at this para- tl gh imdicates that your subecrip- tl les will expire in two weeks. ei j Klwe pencil mark at this para. Sseas that this is the last time ti piper will be sest to you unless Cl . ription price is receired be meat isue. ,.s future al legal advertise must be paid for before second i)nser:ion. If not h Sfor before the day on wzich b should appear the second , the publication wi"" be 'nued. a AI Subscribe for the Tivzs. s dlver smn have a majority al ti right way to spell it is 3s, and the pronunciation is ti -iles of silver, should be ti ls the United States, not in P nu 0o belses of Congress have , a law granting a pension of , a yl r to Mrs. Grian. n...

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