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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 February 1886

MADISON TiMES • W. uIC~E, .- Publisher. un TJBU OF SUBSCRIPTION. ref 0 vsy, " . 25 ai eour119, -. 131i 1FH ". W5 ..b work. I * w iini your jO b work. aenew your subscription. Br police Jury meets Monday. AI lard times are played out. Cold waves are still fashionable. a iverybody can afford ice water le Who will be the first to renew pi beir subscriltion. th This number of the paper closes 1fi e second volume. W Whet:has become of our butcher he shop t br. -ssiness is improving all over in da country. th If you raise cotton exclusively, tl gd times will be always with you. *s. Bayard. wife of the Sucrc yof State died in Washington se h- Monday. .7eN. O. Item of the 26th of Nry, was received on the 31st ` 6u-at month, and without any g- y. . jow since the TaIES advocated ar &-pln, a railroad commission is talked of. tl ,.,ahe recent billiard match he Schaeffer and Vignaux, the was the victor. ~ Tallulah butcher shop was si class fizzle, but there is still fe re for a properly con...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 February 1886

GRAINS OF GOLD. Method is the very hinge of business, gad there is no method without punctu ality.-Ceci. A little praise is good for a shy tem per; it teaches us to rely on kindness of others.-Landor. Whatever you would have your chil dren to becoame, strive to exhibit in your own lives and conversation.-Mrs. Big ourney. Be that blows the coals in quarrels he has nothing to do with, has no right to complain if the sparks fly in his face. Franklin. 'Tis an ill thing to be ashamed of .one's poverty; but much worse not to, make use of lawful endeavors to avoid it.,- Theydides. Good nature and evenness of temper will give you an easy companion for life; virtue and good sense an agree abl'e friend; love and constancy a good wife or husband.-Spectator. The best rules to form a young man are to talk little, to hear much, to re Sect alone upon what has passed in company, to distrust one's own opin ions and value others that deserve it sir W. Temple. Retribution is one of the grandest princi...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 February 1886

MIADISON TIMES. VOL III. NO. I TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA.. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1;3. ls,,d VZWSY NOTES. gof ThIcgs Tras- . g lliata . Wieb.. committl su . S-· ,L r. eads barnei at New alss, HMiagr.. Pl. .limed for a na bb e aPeeha itsI rt ence oe " qm n ale-emweee r mc" - pOWay ansto 0- York the pat am i d" km kee open. at mo w .. r. ea m n t n eRare. Mo , Ilo, wW a fa the Wal Ibe the pact week sto Ctm berlk d county. a/ ms t oeemst sae i the pebd l deft b meen re kee art has n eMel - -s.Js .Wi. to woTennemsee hee  myeas wkem weahhl asImewa ween rweed iown hom S ar emee dm denied tha a la is n iut folsl. i Wastsied to -Lwoa e ol r m be e Iastes icy, m Art o Mog sums by hi mm e.rivned wbeehpecssees wa l wee. dm nawm "l iiEli assmO s Ie th e Llfkt t ll.. eadiheano dSt bm et a mewemnll near lgser 1M er pers dead am . ao o asln" DmIO o o Maagge1N to paw pr tr Meot Lo daso S- lim- Sma .a smeae oso no s , b ia e u r M, - es km re teatmee r f m Iet w leker th as New Yorka i which r ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 February 1886

R C. WEIi.;IA-l. Lior 6& rr:;. P . W . K IC I E Y . - - uMl ri T'LI'IS GI'FSS.I .."i . TOx.  u ., . . . . . . . $.' ' ) s-x normO , * -. . - .. . - " 5'HRE MOi " " - " - M.e laber.Slate ('rc 1:e I 'Irell:4i8e cop. District Ex.~ecutve C(ommittee. A blue W ),',!i m rlk  "t ,: graph int!i W.' ft t '':",*it tio& will "'iri e i, t . ,, I. A blue p ,e,' ,,, .. ,1 ' I,; t,, ' graph u ,orzaN ti ,, t :h . tin 1; t '..,e tI ape'r will e ,,t t , f ,ou ti,, the slbsrcrijti, j,,a're i.s re,. crle be fore next i.,,e. ThlIe ( arrol- l : ;r is lu.is g strongly to proverl,. Gladston - is 'on i-ck again. IIqw long will he stay ? It is sai'l that the frielins of MIr Gay, think he hi vs henit treate I badly by Seiator t* ( io h. -----.. - The cold wave last wee,"k w. s tlhe mTst Seare llf tlae r is l-lot ill The fir t .Iage of tlvih e sni!o Nwl Tork unorl l of Fis. 4, nai:, hisha tory in itseveral l. Telegrphing from a .oving train is Eis diss lat thet. frie di it Mr Feb. 1, 18MG. A tes...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 February 1886

.C. . fZRI OF SUB1-'-' TO-T. ort.a . . . I) Ii I F FT. Mud. Sunshine Tlhu::'* 7 . Renew vy,,r ;ui,-·: in. geavy r:ain, ., ,::!ia. a. Hens are rumiil it-ine- . Stand pat. on ;ilv :" .i " . Police Jury ai:il rfL 1 . ! -: day. adison PariP h is tot have a ri':. Gen. King appears to !e ., i,:i i: friends. The friends ,f -il , r. : re.. ingall over lth' wIv. rl. Apply at the T'r; .. il brgains in rll " -:at, There is now a prnk s" :wlk t,, th,, pioffice. Tallul:ah is pIr -r, Capt. Jno. 1B. 'tine I ii Orleans attnlin l L'ý . rrt. Juilg, .!.ck i. ther. .!, . gmsding C',urt. Mr. F. M. D::,son wa :'. a who su l, . .' , r' :' , gU p the first mn1l to raw w - shbcriptimn this y ar:'. 11,..- : ced citizen. See how the W::hin. ,in .',rre~ - gpdent of theI Luivi'le 'FTi .jse up .:nar ' st . IIw yd and plea.ant a thinL' ;i i to i 1e" a Senator t., le proudl of. Anthracite co:l, is s,1i i,.- t:,. . : ylvania Cal (',o. at 8i I"r ..t . If we hnl.a d.1,, nt railr,:t, empany here we c,:l1 'u .\...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 February 1886

THE THREE MOTHERS. Three Famous Inns in Merry Eugland. M ht r LBl Cap. Mother Bok Oap, aId Mo:her Shipton. Superstition Surrounding Them. Mt,-t pwel·i,' are satisfied with one nm,,thtr.:. l .., tlhere should be in the ', 'r" *f r. m:r". I have. however, writ'- : 1. ...i,. -.a:r, ..poident to Thn. i,. n II ,.,:-. ,i- v.r:',lI in one por tion of Lt.,n-ll Ihr i'e mothers, and all ,,f th.l t, ,ith, t r of tlhe .alne offspring, all li'ii,;r at .'annlien.t,+Vtn and Kentah tOi. . :,: ea-il\ r:at.he.d by a tram-care .tattit:. : it, mi Iint '- ( j',-- railway sta tion. i:i'+ - " -it:It''. in the northern ptart t thi- '-- ,'it\. The otapriug of the'e t: 1,ther ti hr..e, is-what do you sul P .-e:' Brieftly. thn. since youprob abhl gve up the riddle, it is a bar, not leal bar, but a puhllie bar, or, in Eng lipl ahbrevi:ttioll. :"a pub." The moth ers are the three lll.t:ullc' of inns of the itst. in l '"Sltll. r:at, d into mere wasy -ide re.-'..rt- l,,r the expenditure of the lnimlble coin-...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 February 1886

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO TIlE WELFARE OF MADISON PARI[II y01 Ill. NO. 2TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2o. i s~I. IIi ; d0, I1I. NO. 2 ways The At on boa Smen, r gagsprehensive Cod-* 'w'Tic'w Then lrj of Things Trains- t the il l the World Me'io Abet Us. co co G en. g hoy shot and killed liljh Lete at and aot LA died at lliopolls. Ill., aed laway The n of Manor. Tex.. cetnuit:esn t el over tl ti John Hopkins univeslity is would pic. S so gel-pox have been dis' S s t slfi-nitaIcted wounds hde Me. pie of Saed I, a Texm pih dvi Scommitted suicide at his has vi S ioo, IlL ion shot sad killed Policeman Henry Tex. iangi sl et pofike woI:nty. Mo., fell on with 1 ied hmself. with a0O.'g drylgod establishment at &agau a, rs damiag by ire. Name %3t he 15d hImself, near lndianapo- t rh tlbout rabbirt alreat ams4 Mark Jeaman weesmoth- Barni l i wW pl y-bouse. Centr ,aeelsi in Runnels county. sides aes ad fenoe"otters. gran I e pham of La PIata. Mo . died at iyzne m s~ls...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 February 1886

A ADISON TIMES 2 C. WEIarHTMAN, Editor & Prop. 7. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. FATU :l'AY, rild .. -0, 1in. ' EttMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. MONTIts, - 2 ' ' K. SEMONTII . * d N imber State Central lExecutive Com. mitten. Jo )Il . SroNg. ',istrict Executive Committee. J. B. TrosE, of Madison, Ch'n. . If. (;u.ro ,, of "o .. bM. M. K~iEsr , of East Carroll. .4 blts pencil mark at this para g ph indirctes. that yrour sub.crip ; ,, will expire in two wcelks. A blue percil mark at this para. . r'ph neans that this is the lasl tlies t * paper wtill be sent to you unless at., subscription price is receired be f a next igste. n fu:ure all leaa.l ver;ise .;t!s nz::s bIe paid for i'' 're seco::. i::sertion. If not I for be.'re t;:e da ;: whic S.' swo:-d ar sear n 'e 1.' .`4 N .OIt L6.emt m t' .r., Rn 'i'toI Ibcrville Democrat hasI c::C:,ged its editor. 1M iryland is cursed with a set of' rI : rs, and they are fightingi of Cie N. 0. Item makes Mr. Ran tsi:! Gibson out to be a first class tiaiuucr. 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 February 1886

SADISON tI-E I( E3TANa. Editcr & Prop. L . V. 1I , - -" Publ:sher. SAT DA-Y. FEB.. 2o, 1~ ;. ~ g Or SOUBS CRTIIO . sorrFas. t D It IIFT * b Hotel is still nedldl. bo TItEt s is t-'rý:ir: . out Jb Vrk now At a li: lv rate. i jobins have nt b,., n as thick ',a l this year. There is certainly snm ething gpgwith the n1ail. ious tflood, in tht uler rivers g d some alarm tlis wI .k. Ii Et a pair of Evans skates if you 1Lto do any fancy skatin:, . Tbe Peterkin sedl ofttrel 1ly c ,j, Holmes, is ablAut,ly pure. e euamoke from trash tires. gives gn amosphere an Indian sunummer bet h.e Mtrong winds of Sunlay anl t I3day dried up niost of the mud. planting operations are in fall I Iw, and the plow is abroad in the 1 Tocan go abont town now with ,i getting in the mul. When ue is any mud. A mice lot of robins was present- : Id o the editor of the TIMES. by 1m Slack this week. t lire, stir around lively, or voun ,, ot have renewed lur sub- t nistion by the first of March. t Se "Evans" is the...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 February 1886

MARK TWAIN AS A PRINTER. lHis ecollections of Early JIays In the om-ce of a Weekly Paper. R"sronse toaTast at a Ben Franklin Banquet. "All things chanuge in the prloc'..-iznn of year,. and it may be that I ain a,,1','a strangers. It may be that the printer of to-day is not the printer of thirty-five years ago. I was no stranger to him. I knew him well. I built his Are for him in the s inter mornings; I brought his water from the village pump; I swept out his office; I picked up his type from under his stand; and, if he was there to see, I put the good type in his case, and the broken ones among the 'hell matter;' and, if he wasn't there to see, I dumped it all with the 'pi' on the imposing stone - --for that was the furtive fashion of the cuh, and I was a cub. I wetted down the paper Saturdays, I turned it Sun days-for this was a country weekly; I rolled. I wvashed the rollers. I washed th,' forms. I folded the papers, I carried them around at dawn Thursday morn ings, I enveloped th...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 February 1886

S MADISON TIMlEs. - DEV\)TED TO THE WELFARE OF M11DI~)S P1'.\R.-1I L .NO . - TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA.. SATtRDAY. FEBRUARY I:. 6s 1 I-. art and Comprehensive Coo .ef Thigs Trans. w piring Urs WM- li Abut US. .asmour a' fps~eaalteak wose t c 91 Se ICtorasek Rteaper worke. Chicago. th eb Jd~. mlad V, L P. .ta tCa.. ciothinwr. iegr,- e.. .. I P ist, No.. the cW Ebaa b 1Ls wese destroyed. M& Mo. doN tf ý -" * Mo., will hold an election on the ab acbool tax. ýa~tA. 1 twee apparnte47udge of .md r mimer'k, iei ,e i ve ge on ag mees a reducto n o wages. i t s goes to Chester for four asr n5 ha r in u . $1.. "IbU. A at was Pmisses. ams a Ti a-smod Hawley, was blown up with dya " to death i a dweiliag at Sheboygan l - . WI. - bll a Sel Wma , dpp - - espta l about to tumble iS M~dbitll g-- erb withquickasDd. - -. jo a * Macmare" Ireland went to - ie=erttf. inO Ther ht ls ~  -'eran~adr tothe oduof e l -e-- rr slee. H lie Dt eea sing is1 Sm um I ee mmid emtwe ot sa M s . whoes eargsri...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 February 1886

MADISON TIMES L C. WEWHTTAN, Editor & Prop. . W. HICKEY, - - Publisher.. a Li SATURDAY, FEB.. 27, la. ,c TBIzRS On SUBSCRIPTION. so 3assu o.s. " " * . .. . 75 t. Xemb.r Ste Ce ral zecatve om. it m usee. tl Jong B. bvors. Distrtct ]ecuetlve Committee. r+ J. B.STror, of Madison, Ch'n. P J. H. GILVOIL, of " t J. M. KNjEaDY, of East Carroll. ,4 A blue penci mark at this para- C graph indicates that your subscrip- tl ties will eupire i two weeks. A blse pencil mark at this parem, gerph meaas that this is the last tite a ke paper will be seat to yoa unless c the subscription prics is received be.- I fre west issue. In future all legal advertise- t ments must be paid for before t the second insertion. If tnot paid for beforethe day on which they should appear the seco:nd t time, the publication will be discontinued. -j John B. Gough, the great tem. peranee lecturer, died in Philadel phia Wednesday week. Senator Gibson appears to have I ebanged his mind in regard to deo livering that ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 February 1886

Editor d Prop. oI21, . Publisher. pr Ki A. AvY, FEB., 'lT, 186. orl sscI...f.IO. ch * 1 25 it DRIF T. '*l t1 Wednesday. dse have appeared. un atek returned home last 311 co' s plsated any potatoes is some talk of starting W en gIlBoard is in mighty be shape. MI col l, layer's store at Duck w1 hewred down early in ors i the .2nd. be apertd that the River- sig e wmto have been finish- W uday. foi Sk frees of convicts is at as limg the roadbed of the V. i i., west of here. re . tngsehool will close the is wesk, and roller skating To bsines. pa J a eemmittee are after a tel a il, just now, not bids fr( a jail. be lIs the of sending away ed ý. work done, when you " at the TmIs office f Jeses, a well known col- at of Omega, and a mem- ·s Ses lered K. of P., died mning at 3 o'clock. W, ville Chief notes se df Mr. E.stis' silver wl a supplement to the I i Tm. hi RI Treesdale has severed with the Monroe mid Mr. Gayle asums Enges is foreed to join the tb s papers who denounce tehcin Co.,of ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 February 1886

A TEXAS PIONEER. Deatil of a Iulatln-util,herd Iflt, ! of st'r I.*r"ie -tar .tat,". dl.ea .it hIIsI tI" 'ino lb(arrniri ii ,,, iý. T l ..1, n ni ,. : l ,f ,llm ir\. fLt 11:I1. A.shl . I :.iii'l ,. N .:- r ",-';\. A i'ri.1:1v no l,.t ,lis- uit dii 1 f ithe anci.'lt anid herui!, lan,I of T"-.:an pion."ers hay ))... d owitY andl few of them left be lind. A hltlI mimit Iih,wia torn in Conneeti cut in 1;. II. gradullllated at Yiale col i.", .i i then stni ied nielicitr'. After ,,t:ainliitg lii i nIeIl.al degrel' e lie re ,e ,I .South 4':ir.lhina and spent -nll*e.:1*r t'hre in thl practice of his erof5.sion . Iii it -a.aieinenutly visited P'iu, whcre lhe resid.led for a considera ble period.l devoting hinmself to the study of hlngtifhges and the civil law. and plerfecting himself in his profession by practicing in the hospitals of tie French capital. In 1i86 the Texas struggle for inde pºndence began to attract attention both in Amnerica and Europe, and Dr. Smith resolved to espouse the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 March 1886

SMIADISO 1N tTIMES. I'-- OTEI) 'rO TIIE WELFARiE OF MADISON PARISH VOL. III1. NO. 4 TALLULA. MADISON PARISH.' LA.. SATIRI)DAY. MARCH 4;. 18s, -. i ! . .i I I |mIme mn.mnmmi nee~_ __1_ mumui am im •_ i_~ man muminu muammm n ,el mum m• m,,, • m I mmln~mmm m mn n •ni a m• * •e I . l~ I flWSY NlOTES.. salsnd Comprehensive Com piatlon of Things Trans • piring in the World About Us. Domestic: lgsaator J. M. MPoion of Nebraska is Ir. Watterson ntinues to Improvegradu Tl . lay,. . y eard old. died at Chilli iesf the mrn wh broke Ja1l at Carthage, hare been caught. ta. artn. while buating. wa drowned in 3.u-srr r:ver, near tochesterport. Mo. SN ils put too ,wu upiium to lus ehia liosnd. Mleh.,eand died Itrom the effott. - for mInlng coal at R 'hmond and S-- arel to be reduced on the ist am i iariga cl ntest took place as Pitta. .I-, over a baby, two mothers claimlng ynuenr lady who has captivated Senator .Lagseof oridi sMlua Palm, sad a son belr Mie bulldlot were burned at St. Peters g....

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 March 1886

MADISON TIMES L. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. 8ATURDAY, MARCII.. 6, 1886. TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. oNw TSan, . . . - - $ 00 six MorsTs, * * * * . - 1 25 TIaM1 MOITrus . * - - 75 Membar metat Central Execautve oom. mitee. Jonix B. STOS.. District Zxeeutive Committee. J. B. STrox, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GILrOIr., of " J. M. KeNEuDYv, of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this para graph indicates that your subscrip tis will erpirs in two weeks. A bles pencil mark at this para. graph ...eans that this is the last time the paper will be sent to yot unless the subscription price is receired be Fn "wet issue. In future at' legal advertise ments must be paid for before the second insertion. If not paid for before the day on which tkhey szhonld appear the second lime, tie publication will be discontinued. Servia and Bulgaria have made peace. The San Francisco Sub-Treasury is $10.000 short. The Texas & Pacific is now in the agony of a strike. The J. I. C...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 March 1886

"I U ' S -gK - Publisher. t l. R BCHt J- r iea lin 0 o SUBSCRIPTION. Ii S- $ 2 0 0$" grIF,. Hi m'a uare plentiful. Ge opened rainy. drriptions are now due. uma a is the order of the day. jV 0of the skate is now heard , lead. T Sbtter will soon make its tel " W 0r game of "hearts," has sl Tallulah. li-1 bdancing school closed last t"ui y night. cUO Jury meets the second in April. lised enough this week to do 1an kafUorth. till t ael Fried left for New Or- the M bsiness, last Sunday. dii um as uthe weather settles, it mi lslgood time to whitewash. car * Ma has doubled the size of "tre, and will shortly stock th on lgdhool Board of this parish res stobe in very good, linancial pr, ka Ak da yof clear windy weath- bri -w the plows to appear nu sil. g WIekly Times-Democrat bhA .lsams TIMEs , one year, se, b]serview levee was finish- nIr ig.4mg to programme, and El by the State. let le A delinquent tax list will be be published. Better pay rit _ sweets. I th JL). Floyd King still appears ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 March 1886

I WILL 5B WITH YOU. JANMn 0. CLAK. I will be with you when daylight LI ending. And guseut's rreglories have died on the When love evening star from her throe is descending. To lave her sweet fane in the foam of the mall'. I will be with you when olds dews are falling And eong-birds have oeased to resmembe thed y, Wheadark rolling waves through the mid nlhbt are o a lin For sare to come down and lluminae the waj. I will be with roo when daylightle breaking. And dawn's eunder promise ais kindling the skie s. When lore's mornolng star I the east Is awak hg.· With new lite and light In her beuntiful eyes. --Home Jourmal. hat Br ht Her to TrKm A delue of steam and a strong odor of burning sugar greeted the entrance of John Kerr into the farm house kitchen on a sultry September afternoon. Jumper, the watcb dog, unheedmt his master' greeting, bolted through the open door-way to escape the hot shower of berry juiee, while poor pussy, not so foreunate, was dancinga dainty quick step to her ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 March 1886

MADISON TIMES. I1)VOTED TO TiE WELFARE OF MA\DiwN 9'RL-I_ 5..-, ?TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH.' Lx. SATUPRD.Y.. MARCH hi. L '6. -, nn Ith d Coaprehensive Coo- i po of Things Trans pinng in the World a About Us. Domestic: X vogeT. thrutco. Ind.. committed o ..IaskUled Tom C:ine at Pprr rille. i1 n itsoi al bank at Sloux Fails Dak. to lPtt of Blooalogoo n, nl., coma- ( a negro. was lynched at X.e ael a Germsa, was drowned asare holdina meetings at m - ma a sndL giving co of s er. is holding meet- po amuas was marrie to Mim Ninas O. noaAe Lae committed has o'm the New York Times A ea trial at Moberly, Mo., on y dwas tried for murder at ala the ew .York broker who failed t Aabasm between the peo- no wsobeatd to death by un aPieree City. No. was led in a sw-mill asot lesa nowr Piedmont, Mo. Hi Sbk asher of Ottmws he aaio mrow tic matehed through t ch frethe coke drawers to la: Ti t a corpse Ian old ohest a ae iadieats. it is thought, a widgf has sest a message to the ijt messures for the pro...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 March 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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