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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 January 1886

ISON TIMES SlwaroITm A, Edier aProp. SATURDAY, JAN. t, , 86. 1 Suess or 0 VBsCRIPION. t Vs, " " .$200;1 Bp rs va, - - 81  ussi soeus. - - I K ) DRIFT. J Happy New Year. rjhey write it now 1886. '~,etton comes in steadily. f a :- .paying is all the rage. r Police Jury meets Monday week. ` Delta ought to have an Express t woce. ii The Deesonia levee in East Car- v gsall is finished. The rain of Tuesday night, made a t~ roads bad. a The TImus is becoming a great b ertising medium. The dancers were caught in the l1 Tuesday night. 1 The repairs on Buckhorn levee, a . parish are completed. Mr. H. M. Floyd of Delta, was tTallulah Wednesday. Mrs. 8. M. Trow is visiting her d , Mrs. Thos. W. Watts. SDistrict Court opens Monday, c adjourns until Thursday. r T-;he Lake One Saw Mill has been ng lumber to Shreveport. the Shreveporters want a class of lumber they send Wilson's Lake One Saw a iRiverview levee below Mil- I 's Bead is about half done, ' is good progress. ~ srm. F. L. Maxwell, H. ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 January 1886

sof ae ct . hr eat In purl I sad told. gasd On seasmum r an est . ea la her fostas har . ai s . tm i - a rta ied s l s - itebd er s bs mfrts-. sA im . i scarlet s lenaer Seed eps, Ute maple, bllh1 -a'; l+" et a ife , or 5a0e d seme In Ifatses of E.steru dye. Mhe ias m nt .e w. odlsid asters TI they burst ina oval bloom, ha i watr4, ies arofs baner, tlhe odm-r.d's ye I.w p.uns sr eddmu s the ellnt. g Ivy. had diOpens the rt rle-eld's IVM gaIts opes t ow po dl milk-w. e&l Wi le aIampet blMesome m Ia ; e mallows h- autumn vrl.lt.e iAd pulaJ the ea wt'-d vine, And a b Ih lis lip ke damask rem le tast5 tof ruddy win. Wat Sle s a guoras spell a her bsa.ty Grows a ater sad Is Ater still, had h_ of heIr as iad.d flIettep bIseM tIer vale to hIll; AW te t wresth that losted suaso her, 5tdfIaw ith the saul g Sl oludea hair. • -msa plus have lost their scarlet, AId t.e 4 g toa th.Lr t runso a dy d the sek a-rod's eIlow basers AN doaud laded ie. UId rm d t wrt-se ows, At u t' sro, . I Que...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 January 1886

MADISO TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELpAnB OF n PARISH VOIL.I. NO.48 TALLULAH, MADISON P 9 LA, I SATURDAY. JANUARY 9, 18,. S Y NOTES. aud Comprehensive Co.. of Things Trans pirla in the World Abot Us. iAmt dr Nanoame new waier ams tea seeasuernl. wMtha pletl i-a Wltamerar t e t Ass a saile e "wa.k . b-r a a eae shot la theda mon eed ma the arum arl h sdte e s.. s melwga t e iderto the VK . CT iesh o tspla idoe i h es. of oh f San urale. M waaeo a were Riley a awaw es atring S dSbet h aadl Jo t i bM Vsass we san dae W. n- Hdis isih mle oob be el ai mut ...I d" '= .i.. te ea ff oip as w ader weta t ua te to m . a. N Is htheat d au etremet Yo, e qlgmw d ~tHwo Y IV L a4 Indo d f t e e a - I wesaeh and ailleib  t.eo a eh m ale t. W ell llln 00 VeF il, Wo. s e w eWeha nder aemV.a. th. iwi the Yolm all h hata Whma·m, i EeSraaWa waAtr 1 eaeln uM au wd at 1 ho ues et wis b * e Wither ease adamit sdie 1 at la g 1 a Khe his .beak the The pem hut emmweaea als y J ull taha I t h B he ball tes agso _e...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 January 1886

bei mitr & Prop. bti InE * 5.- 9. IN1. Sul Oc. Phb ON*** * ph " . . V .$ 00 bel . all8 * . . . 7 mi P4 OsX. bu SCoemmittee. ini nCh'n. th 1 " a -ofSiit Carroll. bu * We ri i. rat this jr- ti te par esbaerip- sti tiu weeka. pt We & is th oe ptnse * diSeMiaetwimeU 'teto v's gt t ae in th ,advertdsas-d t for beforv N ii8 Ia 1e' ijnatitntot si * OI ·el it to a~q thi o~f - ~lui~u3 w,~t . ·1 t' ': bm a, ~~Lii ~clfh I 'YOi ~c~· ·· ''~ · )4 ~b~lw ~d-I The crusade anain'st r, Il been productive of alat deal itl literature on th ect4 a tat i metal. Among the writers on that pI subject is Mr. Wan. M. Stewart, of ti San Francisco. Cal., whose ,pamn- tl phlet on the silver question has 1a been received by the TI~uE. It is u it very able paper, and from it w much of the information contained tl in thii ar(iil'&is drtived. One of the war cries of the gold bugs is: Have a silver dollar, but increase its value to the value of - the gold dollar. This sounds like a fair proposition at fi...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 January 1886

a, iter & Prop. RDAY, JAS., 9, 188e. f O sUBCRIPION. . - . * $200 meets Monday. still write it 1885. Jury meets Monday. mid wave struck here Fri ng before day. 4orge Woodland died at lantation on January 2, of anso r TIxES is printed e press, and is also folded I Spress. Lw;emedie., are kept by Bro's & Coltharp, Tal E. W. Thomson, Delhi. Slack who has been con Sbomse for some weeks, ncle, is out again. approaches to the R. have been improved up the mud holes with e the planking part of the still needs attention. 'ums has been presented turnips, weighing re 4, 4, t 8 and 2) pounds. raised on the Hapaca How are they for 1is favor of the pres dollar, and in order that ever present, will accept 'for a years subscrip d objects to the telllg fibs, while the Times editor, Mr. of the Greenville thea Hessians when tha truth. e. the Ford and , the Minden Dear. re.arked "blood iAs long went And old Llndley over in his coffn, irst of January is i ar's pa'u of them tI.IA ry editors wil...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 January 1886

M uan m 4m ineeam ;" Jld INM I o Ac mes oo hlto omooptoe adpom r ii %k lemnas. MkOeal e U state that the is a OwiM t ON ih farmers agaIst the ao middlemen. Several to ent eenty have taken to OfLt multen directly to consumers OWd of sheep to shippers or blobes. They seek regular austo e is in eighboring towns, to whom ey deliver muatton on certain days te every week. Knowing ila advance hew much mattes they ern dispose of ea certals tim., they fatten their sheep  they will be In a codition to laughtr se M t ae e wanted. They genrally sell rmousto by the qarlr r saetire eareaus. They do ae attempt to supply chops sad weasts tonali families, and general. limit their trede to regular euto aees. Their best patreos are hotels Iii1vt o do Te lrn to dreo , lbws employ. ad tke the meot to ,eireesn-mers Is covered carts. ;hey earse and dry the peltis of the beep1r sad wheo they have a hundred ere sell them to dealers. The tal and oares fat of the sheep after mreered are put I barrels ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 January 1886

MADISON TI MES. D'VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH VOL. II. NO. 49 TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JANUARY 16, 1886. TERMS---8$.00 PER \E\R and Comprehensive Colr pI etisn of Things Trans . piring in the World About Us. Sagator Bsiley of Teoopeee is dead. eaemer, the oarsman. Is to visit Aus Foote killed Andrew Bri4k at Rich. "O'Leary p:esded guilty to me rder bIdisa state ebes toulrnament was I Dr. Leee of Waveland. slaughterhouse is to be built 's sots is being tried in court at Omaha. 3swu er Deuar Wilno, l . Y., eath in hi house. Heard will recommend John ftr postmaster at Sedalla. oeamed Anderon t'ylor waus tab l" a row at rHlgginevlle. Mo. gie is threatened of locomotive engi en the elevated roads at New York. gwr 0. romper, a email grtoeer of Cial wa found murdered in his store. Central ra.lroad.reoPatly sold, will ast e Kenawhb and Obhio. gooleslr of Pawo del Norte was killed who were robbing his store.  a ienerally resumed In the River fe[ Pennsylrvloa at a ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 January 1886

>t m^. n r e .a 4 :n',":.1 oS :. on ( '. ,. District -i",iv^ C'ommiittee. J . 11. . .: " ,.; ,, 'I'. J. M . Kt:' ; ,, . :1 -t ('arrll. i }a,,i ,rr t l' l l. e eif , l 1.1,) , t ele,. fr : 1t ,' . .1 ' . S:. --------'t;: t .11r. l, v,.; .l i- ;v,,rk i , f,,r at st cid tErm, li i. mi.lli l it .lcoelrdin, to .titti . N'.ew Or lIans is the, 'li l 'lE.t .over ne large city in the lEtluntrv. lintg ! luing! John Shnrnl'lioa I'f,' . iv'El the caul ei4 niioinjtiln fr i'n:tr from hiu . Ia-t we, k. a:,1 was e 'eted 'I'h . N orI I .a., J l: i:il as it Sliilu thle ~,1 I '1i, " i l , Tells:ls h:.Z tt, ci(,.ie lri it the liore aIll."} iri'atie (' the two iaallis. 1n J.ilu. ". Anatlr "a!4fe intro d cicl a }biii int the inl. r, laling the'i',il -,rl'r:o"l i l1 . It i ,' ls. i, e.rs ith law 1 hu iu,,llg anud a shal, anid hle is right. (ilov. hill of Ne4w \'rk, hala the iie- t hrilliant iii utiur:tion ,.ev'r hal 1 r l . I, E n it1, ,ll.,r lf that State. lie is n lt I ie kind f d,.lii .rat tha...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 January 1886

W. T. cIG-TTAF 'Niter 6 Prop. i: E lr-. - ' : Taifl alnd !' Tr1 We re gt j'I; \V j asti. Ice ..:tit !ii t I I weat'er ? Th'eC will on he a jil i Ta- . julali. ¶l:e ol'i- e Jury u"t 't- next n month U:ii.. Orined 'T . pont t . !l, t' i" r',at ti " ' ad " for bith fr a jail : was seveirel.y ,ainiel Tn a . Judg" 11 : , :ve1 n S : l.-" : + " 1 "j11 T :1' :: , . ,n . I , but was to( i it)ll toCuill Now hear the r'nt'!ce of feet tii , their way to the Pulie, Jury room . for warrfantl. Mr. F. L. ?Mnsal v' in ol , n this week ad . _ 1.. -t (. :n .t on th e it , i r "i w ] i T e rf . n The ,:pr,-f tt! a 11 puh 'lit ,n ,., t he , .n i ".,,1"t I ''( from tile frcl :l ,1 i; :! Several entli p ln'''ed i skating in the c:.rly part of t' il . week. Not irllt r -katin. flit t" 1.. You will regret not laviin, kept ,. yoursew .prte ,l ,the sil ve r u I ue Lon. Th i e wayt :, t " 'l fury roihed .I omuch informa:i :l iii the ject, and will furihi l re. • The N. 4). f'ree'. t,,uchlle s 111, the Grand ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 January 1886

Giddy Girls In the White Hots Letter From Washington. A vivacious young lady from uar, B tral New York, who wasvisiting sear tary Manning and his wife, called at the White House with them one even- o ing, and it so happened that in tie la divisions of talk which occur in com- qi pany, Mr. Cleveland fell to the lot of the New York girl. She at once setto work to amuse him after usual eamst h ninefashion, and succeededforawhils. st After a quarter of an hour, symptoms st of weariness becoming mani mtthe v., face of the President, she hesitated, but not long enough to allow her list- , ener to escape. She merely stopped o01 to change the subject of conversation, er which had been on social topics, to tl something that she thought would be more interesting. And what do you think the innocent creature hit upon? r( Nothing less than the tariff. "0, Mr. Cleveland," said she, "do tell me t, about that delightful tarif question. k I am just dying to know all about it." "The tariff'." exclaim...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 January 1886

SMADISON. TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARL$H VOL II. NO.60 TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH, LA.,I SATURDAY. .JANUARY 23, 186. TER l. tea P rt and Comprehensive Com-, pilation of Things Trans- k T,W, firung in the World w sct About Us. cot oft DomoetIo. n A sew cable road to proposed at Chicago. v D. Stewart Cobb of New Orleans fell under a pamar trian at St. Paul and was killed Jeha T. j~mond, the acotor, has entirely wh Jewell A Adams, manufactures. Cllcn- to1 ndi, burued out. A ageserab ire Anooou'red at Standingan 1b5i trouble betwee Chief SOyhead .ge_ Cherokee legislature. A .th s bO d r asseger train was dithobed An g pelkar Bluff, Mo. Ihe hotel and at Wallula Junoion, T eng, have beoa by   . aseelal season at Washington has opened agshbrmllamtl, and bids fair to cononue so. tal no Bank of Oberlin County and seven pro b Masse houses were burned at Oberlin. Kas ope. Vdhsr Ealasiaski, the depese Polish Catbh- he rsrlt of Detroit, has appealed to ome. A s asd while creasin...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 January 1886

MAI)ISON 'TI'IIEs 1. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. SATURD.Y, JAN.. '-, 1.s;. T 3RS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'At YEAR, - - - - $2 Oa ";; x MOTIIi, . .... . 1 25' 'l:T3 o MONTHS . " . - . . 75 Member litae Central Executive Com. mittee. Jonx B. STOSE. District Executive Committee. J. B. STONE, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GILFOIL, of " J. M. Kzs NEDY, of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this p)ara graph indicates that your subscrip tion will expire in two weeks. A blue pencil mark at this rarna graph means that this is the last time the paper will be sent to yont unless the subscription price is rcceired be fore next issue. In future all legal advertise ments must be paid for before the second insertion. If sntt paid for before the dwa on wh c", they should alpear the seco;tnd time, the publication will be discontinued. Nearly $80,000,000. was paid out in interest, in New York last week. The much abused Dolphin has stood a very severe storm, without damage. Gov....

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 January 1886

MADISON TIM 1:ES ..--. L C. WRIGHTMAN, )ditor & Prop. t. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. SATURI)AY, JAN., _::, IN;. TgRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 3 vYEAR, - . *2 00 SaI MONTIS, - - 1 5 ,ass UNTsiS. lS DR I FT. Skating rink almost every night. Have you seen Dr. Trezevant's Jerseys? Everybody come get their war rants. Everything is cheap now, except railroad freights. The hens have not resumed bus. iness since the cold wave left. The Vicksburg Herald no lovger exchanges with the T' es. The next interesting subject will be the rise in the Mississippi Riv er. We need, badly, a north and south railroad on this side of the river. The New Era, is soon to be re established-but at Sparta, instead of Gibbsland. No business man ever acquired riches, without advertising liberal ly, and judiciously. Editorial passes, should he promptly on hand, before the first of the year. The Sheriff appears to have con siderable desirable property to die pose"of. The TIMES is in receipt of a very handsome calendar, f...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 January 1886

SHARPER THAN A COON. The Dogs Used by the Early Set tlers of this Country. Canines Which Enjoyed a Still-Hunt by light-Trained Cooa-Hunters Nearly Extinct Among those species of animals which may be said to have become ex tinct is the coon dog of our fathers. He was of no particular strain of blood, but he united the keen scent of the deer hound with tae intelligence of the shep herd dog, and the tenacity of the bull dog with the stealth of the panther. With less accomplishments than these, writes a Honesdale, Pa., correspondent to The New York Times, he might have been good on a fox or deer trail; the lowing herd would probably have been safe in his keeping; he might have been able to hold his own in a tight, or have stood an excellent chance of succeeding as a sheep stealer-but he couldn't have been a coon-dog. For your coon is a cute and tricky customer, and crammed with patience. Moreover, he leaves be hind him the coldest, most scentless trail of all animals that run. He leads ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 30 January 1886

SMADISON TIMES, DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARLsH VOL. II. NO. 51 TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, IA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 18x6. TERMS---2.0U0 PEl \1EA NEWSY NOTES. SW't and Comprehensive Come pilation of Things Trans. piring in the World About Us. .om ,tic. J. H. Ciar eommitted suicide at Ulin, Ill. !b G Oreene, Washington bankers, hoe led. . Stair was hated for murder at Neva. IDs Lebanon, Mo., Sentinel omoe has been aeed. snrlet fever is prevalent in the viclanity of s-con, Ill. bos state arrnge met at Sprnsleild and dsi elessed weeat. live prisoneore usep . from the county Jstat Poplar Bluff. Mo. Imprteof drvyadse at New York the past wee were IM se.Mi. _skertort won the third game In the ohses ahatsetwth teinlta. the recent oLnes of the Prlooess of Wales an attaek of diphtheria. Oa distress is felt In some perts of Ire d, sad famine is feared. Twelve bishope were appointed at the papal isrtory at Rome. 'heOlibert & tud Tobeoco company of Itoes, Mo.. bha assigned....

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 30 January 1886

MA I)ISON TIMES R. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. is ti To I P. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. ',e tl A 'ltlDA, Y, JAN.. :30, Ii. tlha -----------------------in,'-" i T.LMS OF SUB8CRIPTIONI. ,(om O)i> Y %8R, . * . $2 (l vt'alI s1x orn., T ', 2 1 1odd4 THREE Mo.TUs - - - .* oIid - r 1few , iember State Central I'tecutJie Co)m. • nitte•. is a Jou B. roST4, fact Distriet Exectrtive Conitnlttee. thai 1 pint J. B. Sro.i:. of Madi-on, Ch'n. nei1 J II. II. LFOI I., of of t J. M. ]:. KNitso, of E:-t Carroll. S co n ell A bY"- peaIril mrurk at thI R ptara- i , griaph itt'lrt;es that ,iou'," st .c,'] tion will rrtpire in, 'ro we,·,. the A bl~e prroil lrlr,"k (it this para. hol: graph inelnra that this is the l(at tine fat! .the paper trill be sent to youmn ilr. (ca theithseripfiont price la rertired be- of c fore next jiARe. ord ----- -- --- mat In fu:::re ' e,,a, ,.:'r - sun Inef.'S . .: be , , ' ' ,' eC t) .. ..e .co' " h ill .:' the t;er s:::':J t ? :r .e sec':o: The -;nLe, t.:ze p':...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 30 January 1886

L 5a JE. %itor & Prop. S. K, Pablisher. s.TURDA 7, JA.N.., , re " - . - - - _ tj '5-vt., - . . - r-vSus. " it T1 gobbins are putting in an appear- thl thl ClL waves are too plentiful this tih ,it wa yes ! It woulllln't be a ,ad l to incorporate. ha hat we want now is some fancy tUating. . ller skating is all the ragi, in Piie Jury meets the seconil ail laMy in February. 1il 9. price of good cotton is not 4:1 - ny low after all. er oTh Picayune has entered its i: volume. . Geo. 31. Long of Delta was !it La s Tuesday. c Af eral advertiser is a blessing te sesamuanity. ta ;r- ,sk; s were flying south in the ar . par- t of the week. in 'adly day passes without a no *lt in ahe Ti.mEs' mail. t,, toe sn put in an appearance on .r; laCy. Glad to see you. in ' Idligent labor is a necessity if hi; wish the soil to do its best. '  . J. T. McClellan camne honme i bearly part of the week. P Ad now subscribers at Delhii that they dlon't get their t,, •ch ?bthe New York World mailed hiL 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. — 30 January 1886

THE LONG-LOST PADRE MINE. The Mupposed L.oeatloln Dltcovered Near the Organ Mountains. At the base of tlh Organ mlounta:ins, 130 feet down the Bennett mrine shaft. workmen in driving a drift along tile rre vein sometime ago discovered a wonlerful (cav,., a de-eription of which, from The li', ,irand, Republican, is substalti:allh a follow,: A narrow passage leah.l downward from tile shaft. through t li,.h t1h vi.ilolrs clamber, but the wowilel] ol :,I Ieaetulifl creations of nature' a .lile nleelt hisi vision after de . endiuii to the deptIh. Iwblow amply re pay f,,r h. troubhle. Following the guide. andl hollintg f,,t protection the cable whi. Ic ha. Ieen ,tretehed from the opening ia ih, drtift to ithe farthest portion of these -rand cI averns,'the via itor goes deownward through a slantin I p:-sage wieniiig a. he proceeds ania .nding ;i a large .icacteter. only one of .everal ,onnected together. Here, by ;lie diet lilit afforded by candles, alp pear the tirst of the intricate net...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 February 1886

_MADISON TIMES. DEVOTE.D TO THE WELFARE OF MADI,)N PARIsH VOL. 11. NOi. 5 TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA.. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1.6 I'E1tS-- H .., ý ý ý r~ I . .... ......... ... I .... ý ffmIj r.iu.m..m.f..m ....ýt ýý ý.- I. --I_. _ -I_._ __ mss. d ad Comprehensive Cos tio of Things Trans. lt iln the World A" Mbt Us. Domewtlo. wich I1. KaU., degfrfi i, rr, t- riy y Barth. a teamster.V wvs ahut m Ilk il.ed frg is at Chicwgr .hIali a German. was burned to SgL Memphis. Tenn. /s. D. L Ateh:se died at his home at , rNo. o.' ryeirs. ar u. Oisr destr-oed teveral - e las of 0.0o. sekeat !artery7. Allentown, r y the care at Texar ts nlojaries. Ioward was brutally murdered at lG.. by unknown pertics. Ag  Al a s Lttle.. tick boy. leaped . satngeit O wan severely laJured. -r "osa of tthe Servian cabinet ', ll~Mwbtnied to King Milan. bldthsIlMl wloill prepo.smm a mone se wi th thLe Unried States. S.ieeIlea de Rome grows qu: te sanu n - alr ta Quea Of olrgland s speen. LAghert Australian villa...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 February 1886

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Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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