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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 May 1886

fADISON TIMES T ofa avmm TAbJ & Prep the ] . :-" here SL . - - Publisher. him* opin SATURDAY, )(AY 22, 180L that p11 IF T have g-ming ought to be good. has pDsý is going sorter slow. nm i is a thing of the past. nt Lails are badly handled now. T s sad HIasea.-What s team neit A sgibe for your Parish paper. of ai wap des' Col. Miles say about Lna ir rbe sent t away your water marks, the Dist gar's over. fir. ThkIs to Mrs. Tresevant for of a as sample of new potatoe. nam D't you believe that King is coai l adidgte. He is a standingtake 0-isat* has If Mr. Cleveland is against the P R s i Pliver, he is not the te I * ag for us. sou Tho Sunday World failed to ar- that ae at week, which shows that a sec i nat well taken care of. thin Om. arsse, the chief Signal of a I scade himself the chie , etbeeoiunlty.4 he Goverlor says in his mes- N.  that grnd juries have out ldr serheflness. Away with Wheis goingto call the Congres h-l esmaeuion for this district, a het will be the basis 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. — 22 May 1886

•w-+ INDIA HURRICANES. &L IlttrnatSleal y~tes of WaSras OStta by an Expert. A ESa West, Fla., correspondent of Thkaeew York lHered writes : It is a weR-established fact that the north At Iantis hurricanes hare their inception about the vicinity of Barbadoes There is telegraphic communieation between that sland and the other West Indies. It is of the highest Importance and me Dessity to receive the earliest warning of the beginning and prevalence of these destructive storms. A+ these varous islands are the property of the English. Freach, Spanish, Dutch, and Danish governments. it would be of the great. eat benefit to them, as well as ourselves. if some internal lerislation could be enacted whereby each would bear a proprtlonati part of the expense of trailmisting storm warnings through the West Indies to the United States, and thence toall parts of Europe. With this aecomplished and these powes lnteresed, upon the rast lndien tioaseo approaching hurrieanes, we will suppose sta...

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 May 1886

MADISON TIMES, v-  - DE\VOTEJD T TIlE WELFARE OF MADISON PARLHII VrOI . NO. 16 TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA, SATURDAY. MAY 29, 18. TERMS---.00 PER '\Il S01,. I I- . .-,1 WIists. EIWSININUrSbEE engine w ahei ad of I aid Point of the Events latter to of the Day Whittled Down ''in" : Fine. operator BIut the riot been doubtell Domostdo Anotie Ai ercummlttted uilde at ( mahn' at the a.pmlrdent Arthur' case is growing doichg oardof 'Trade adopted anti-butterine pride fol npl from the Northwest are c- 2t eoft favoraible. --slate killed a miner named James was tio w aist Mattoon. Ili. to be i'el Sof oboke n, N. J.. was thliatih S inbed. gs. 3. Coea , an o!d theatrical manager, was t W ppsemil. at New York. dor .nd 8y. SR all.an old citizen of Loulslana, barbaric been adjudged insane. enta Is. Medeistroyed the aterpe distillery at ounced ia., lIU. earsing a los of Sit5.OO.0. isprisOeid, tll., State Senator H amilton the cztr ssmrrid to kiss Lucie Fletcher. It is no teCsrmakers are leading...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 May 1886

)MA)1S()N TIMIl S '1 X. C. WEIGHTrLAN, Editor & Prep. P. W. HICX.YY, - - Pblisher. TZ iMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. :ts MNFail. - - - - - - 12 x te(.r ,' ) "'l N esmber State ('entral i:xecutlve ._ C'o r. Jonuix l:. S,. .. ilt District Executive ('onmmittee.! J. Ii. a; eime,, , f o " J. M. KeNN'eYV, of iE:.t Carroll. do lth A bl,, elri, l ,u ," at t ;L , i.+ ,,'O - graph i,,diecfrt that ,.yur a cdip- , re tia till expire ita t,,r c 't ls. Ai A blue pcrn! mark ,ft thls ., pri CU graph meuas that this is the la.t ,tlae . il the paper trill be sent to yt,, valess ti. the subscriptiow price is r, ;tcird Le- i fore next itnerc. as Sa. In ,.":re ý ....' a,.l.,, ti', : t .re,.; :.:v tt " tc ;:te*, {.::: :.: 1 . ".: :. i'e :: " , L:t : S, : it IIVER REPORT. n Stage of water in the river at the points 4 nawued at 12;-41 p. in. May 27, INi;. Stations. water. Feet. loth Rise 'Fall ______________- .--.-- Ii 'Cairo.... o 0 Chattanooga... 9 0 ('ineinnuati...... 0 0 0) a Hlelena......... 0 0 0 Leaven...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 May 1886

rc. lr0WAN.! Editor & Prop .. lCIgEY, - Pub.isher. !O OF sUBScRIPTION. The Buffalo gn(ats did not last Thanks to MrI. olt. uIed, f ,r oe potstoes. It will soon be time to hl:ar front 1 Jrail builders. Thanks to Senator Eu-tis fr aloble public dcumenti. Through trains. with the fir-t 40 coaches, resumedl bu.inc:s The TIMES can certify to tilO f,. t it Mrs. Beer has fine lettu,'e in igar den. A very interestin-Z letter from aº rracburgreader of the TIMES will 4 qp next week. The boating season will soun be rer. Pic-nics and redbugs will kea be in order. Gen. Fred. N. Oglden dlied in eOdrleans Tueslday night, after sl and painful illness. I'e. A. C. Coney of Monroe. I walpreach in Tallulah, MoInlay asming, at 8 o'clock. The Summer is come, and the hies of the man ncomplaining of Lbeat is heard in the land. The Supreme Court refusedl a ,swring in the ease of E. S. DIen , Sheriff vs. the Vicksburg, hveport& Pacific R. I. Cto. The V., S. & P.. will doultless hi alp with the St...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 May 1886

RISEN. Pi Err vet the -hA.a rv ttn.,lnta n- t:5Ps n H'ra" livre1 a it the I i.t. Or ,ff It.e 1:1:h0- - il t "th e, Ihe' W on fr. al the i1. it n; 'hil ]:r" aet the inw.rni.ll" IIan 'I- ciur l ( O'er ]liini.i 4alll' lll . W S. The ranve hall ,Il lrltd . the w,. 1' do Its awful myvtery. T' Thrbnlarb all tll.e ni,.ht the aIll .I sarl sh Watc-h'ed tre htll il , r t .r the a h, so . 0il livi t rapp. iall i. -'art I N . , ,; i , t fl ' !r :, -r ti t " I s ti " It h.'n tha h.a-hlin la ',the Till-. %-ri1.. ml tant 1. .1. it! breh. (st. a ; _"..I -w -;,t. ,orue -tr, lc than death, ay And I-al .h b lark at.e.l aa'"e rivt'l. 7e, rth from th.e .-pul.lhr,.' .ntlttaes BH.holl thl.( .,Iu.tu 'r,,r .teI. t O ilirniting -tlt. uirV,11 thNb fael i 4) wa th l . i illr I.' allllltib! er IFr-mn i ei tury t.. tenItrv ha The paan uaOw -hall rine- ( 1rave. whir. is the virt,'tr i) death. a h.re I tilh 'latinl ed - Jarse B. Kr-y*;. . n rt Crrve*a pr TERISE'S (RATITUDE. Is Y L..TT'IF RER Ito *l'.Teri-e. did...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 June 1886

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED T) THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISHl VOL 111. No. 17 TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA. SATURDAY. JUNE 5, I%6 rE :i. of ti ig SY "T ."i aid Comprehensive Corn tero p of Things Trans- ' plg in the World the wer Aboet Us. clo _ othb late Dotlestilc: witl 40idied at onkers. N. y. in germaddury is still Investigating Ct Ot~ o hsaged at buffalo. N - e,. a arbl cutter, was .ccit P Peortil. lhi. - l drowned while hathing tirn Ter.. James Msaloy w to ti - y Peace. It ill w. s ges sIldes the published Inter-. to , imoes oa the dhertes question. A - .eChlIPlo seekh, door and blind tat bes r ed on theten-hour plan. day brI P. Flower ka been appoint fiseell pb oommilloner orf New att S SAbl twresded nea Buffsla mý ads rod efrt to commit ui StrlMt ulevIue. Ky., by a eaa w Vork cigar maker cut - he ad no work and his a fatal dose of poison at S another man won his PI igge fles* hert I a work house guard at vh aste looked up for attempt S Heat and Power companre ernioo 3w 5 Chica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 June 1886

MAI)ISON TIMES - - 'I E. C. WE~IGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. : I P. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. i SATI'ID.AY, JIU NE . 1a';. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. O9E3 YEAR, - - - - - ---t i II ( Y .T4,  ' THREE MONTHS . . . - - - ' 7 RIVER REPORT. stage of water in the river at the p ints . named at 12:441 p. n. J.ne :', 1i `., ('ai ro.. ....... . . . o l u (' rtt..e.. ... O - i ai " ('i a.innati...... 0 O 0 0 elenaci........ 0 U 0 LeavIenworth... ý º Little Rock ... 9 : 0 0 Memprulhis....... "U 0 12 Nashville...... II I 1 1 0 New Orleans.. 14 4 1 1 Omaha......... 0 0 O 0 3'ittsburg....... 4 0 0 Shreveport.... . I 5 Stt. Louis....... O 0 0 0 Ht. Paul....... 0 0 0 0 Vicksburg..... 41 I y 0 _ Below high wrater of 1874. John Kelley, the Great, is dead. after a long illness, he died the first part of this week. -00 Is it this fall, that we elect a Congressman? Candidates who dot not announce themscelves in the papers should be ignored. They are not fit subjects for considera tion. Local Virginia electi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 June 1886

%ADISON TL Es X - AN, Editor &Prop at .. .- Publisher. - - aRDA,. j i-E 3 --ýý. pDRIFT' ,Fi -, iweather on ducks. i Lsog of the squirrel hunter te slon be heard. thl opens Monday.-Criwuinal ts is ON. Sdon't bite well in the im , neighborhood of Tallulahl. Dr. Tresevant boasts a patch of with plants 14 inches high.. $r. Chas. E. Cash dhlivered ali, lrio" in Vicksburg on deco- or agsa day. The slight rain last Sunday. was Sippointment. We wanted o dit. M about those cheap local rates, on the V. S. & P? WOs're they ? IA=give one good, loud croak, -;n -gtethsr, and dismiss the over gv qastion for the season. .ii Bens Sparrow, went to ~waos Friday, where she will be aylt of Miss Emma Floyd for We weks. A adidate for Congress or any eglsbe, who does not announ, e a imself in the papers is unworthy he ddudion. ci Th proposition to make common h nriers responsible for damage, tl burdelays, at the point of de a ray is a good thing and shoul 1I SP through. nIU In the matter of tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 June 1886

rtOW TO WEAR WATCHES. Where Time-i'ltece Are Kept and flow They Are Fastened. A rprt -t-r was dlirected to pass a lpor tion of the somewhat du1l Sunday in ob servin how men and women wear their watches. A few hours' careful investi gation sh,,wved that the fie:d was a wide one. and that there was a large opportu nity for careful research. Some of the resmilts of th., investigation are noted bIelow: In l),aDenver duIring long and tedious iperiods of bunsinless dullne-.s and privateu fina-ncial embarrassmlent many men and somen women do not wear their watches at all. In some instances this fact is owing to the fact that they never had any watches to carry, and in others to the fact that their watches needel cleaning, :and in consideration of that necessity the baubles were pat in soak. Siome owners of valuable portable time-pieces fe .1 ther first duty is to a pressing landlady or overzealous res taurant keeper, and have given their watches to a pawnbroker in order not only to encoura...

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 June 1886

MADISON 'TIIMES. DEVOTED T~ THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH VOL. IlI. NO. 18 TALLULAR, MADISON PARISH. LA, SATURDAY. JUNE 12, 16. TERMS---82.00 PER YEAR t and Comprehensive Cosm moein of Things Trans- . piring in the World to About Us. a to Domestic. bo tih sCmnelly was killed by the eara at tot 3ghsa j s bot and killed B C. Booth l~ tIn Id as at Jackson, Ml. loC lra o Comforti of Philadelphia was ,umred by nary Baaeel. _ msn n ow .oratala. died  ha been forbtidde by Ijun.tion w.ol. sie Book Island tracks on See leveoe. i etaiet Nanhua. lo., have failed. Web s Cowae. aockey and gt-aware, ýag ea., have been 0losed by attachment. g e at Chicage strike against a r. I.... by Aci Aget Knight fI Mus BismiWa plothisbee disnered lahthe e tl O ot General Master --W. w. t., an been naumeoout ably iber May e.I arty aeer bakel of the Syraons. N. - d i r lao mtrUk'e fioerry sot Q tuD ld talgoapn l tder oU mnor. agbae f po Ctaothersm. flihIlld as aots of railroad. teegraph bei f Pe p of thesat ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 June 1886

R. C. WEI3HTMAN. Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. TRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On ve n. - - - - - -yr' six no'FI-4, - - - - 1 THREE- MONTH " " - - - - - - 3.mber Stale ('ent l l:ec-ut ive ('otm. I itt (t. Jouxs . r.xNSE. District Executive Comnmittee. J. B. PxE of .1.adi-lon, ('h'n. J. (I. tItIImL., of " J. M. K:xxE:vr, of lEa-t (Carroll. A blue eacrill mark atl this ),tra graph i,,tlirats that your, .otbc'-rip tion tsill e)pire in tco tCecL.s. A blte pencil mark at tltis para. graph tLatashat at this is the last tiele the paper will be sent to you tleCss the subscription price is rcceired be fore next issue. It f(:::tre, " " & "..4 'e" ,ve;i's ,:::::s . be p,,r? ci"' tt "Lei Ike seco;:L):I ' r... ::. . r paid for 'e, r ...:e "d " :: z"c;:: Ghey szo:: ! ap, ,,'r ,: s'c,'::, lime, the publ:ica:lLo:: wi': bc disco.l :!:ed,!. Cholera is raging in Venice. John Most, the anarchist, has been sentenced to one ycar in jail and $500 fine. Gen. King didn't think enough of his...

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 June 1886

- m - ---- Sosrns. ". W'ater news i. ho l 1,oir f ri' g- i All you will observe several new tat tIla v.ertisements, in thii issue. tL, , Tnere was a good sh.,wer la-t their gBday afternoon. t' ry The Satanta Medicine' Co., de die to advertise in the T.. - til it pays up that 27.. I- Grand Jury went int,, the inlit -iNbgPns, wholesaLk. They bruuglt i i~aidictum"nt i i TlEis man thought he hat lld on to a sure enougl, cOnvi. t p,this week; but an invcsti ation to discover any thing t' make a :'a of. ihre The sad news of the death l"h,, dlitlle Roy McClellan, son ofl .. t late S. B. . cClellan, was ,eeived on Thursday. lie did that day in Shreveport, of gestion If si individual should coolly G crrly ofanother indlividlual's gate ý.Isit would be properly called ' , but when the V. . & P. L.L., people carry off a pair bf 'i Ipoets, and keep them, what uied you call that ? F Ai werder the mail aents mratkn now andl then. They are shut !. re Sla car between Shreveport and sgT E, and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 June 1886

EX-SENATOR FERRY. The Michigan Politietan an Exile from Ilim Country. "It is not very generally known," said a Michigan man to a reporter for 2The New York World, "that ex-Senator Thomas W. Ferry is an exile from has state and country. Be dare not return until the matters pending against him are either outlawed or settled. There is an indictment against him for for gery." "Up to the time of his defeat for re election a few years ago he passed as a very rich man." "Yes, but that was far from the truth. Ten or fifteen years ago he was worth considerable money. He had an interest with his brother in some Mich igan pine lands, and together they op erated an extensive lumber yard in Chicago. I say together, but Thomas never had anything to do with the man agement of the business. They made considerable money for a time, and-as usual their fortune was greatly over estimated by the outside public. Re. verses came, however, sad in addi tion to this the senator got to leading a very wild lif...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 June 1886

- -DEVOTED 1 THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH -VOl. I. NO. 19 TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH. LA, SATURDAY. JUNE 19. !~t. TERM--- P ý- prrese Sad Point of the Events `, 119 pay Wittled Dews up to - tipitsled Domsoll. After Dortland re L ,sos lariicUle. I1t., was drowned to sat de ____f~ at. U. Roe. of printing prtn fame I t Floree, Italy. dai4l bride rturted tothe Ch p ii i uiid5 y from der Park. body d lb erel of New ork bihas been at oIf ilmptalI to poio bis wife. ne ýewe.d the works of the ena.he - 4 Na oomsfl at Leba on. Pa. -.he Il" ember yard of T. W. Carrutbers were h 1. aued a loss of O1s mI. when See o f C btto, Ill., berme the re us and e mattte 1 eaeo.de. mina' ags eUi otOf llliaoes at Chempalen ban a g estsat anuale eommeacemet. the ft etI. t A. isLtW of Alton haa been eleced re - O 5*35 collag a Lisana. urn a ~ld- hlseats at Chiea, and tbeoe t L f ries of other li 1_ndnainoo Pb t, e. re, o was - y Ib ear o on tl lortal Smith roes rad their saostts wre burned 1. cwaml lssl o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 June 1886

I. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - Publisher. SATURDAY, JiNE 19, 1.';. TBaRS OF SUBSCRIPTION. OSE6 AR, - -.... 0011 DIY wasTIIY, - - - - - - 1.'. ' IX MONTHII'4 ,....... 2-j HI( R E g M ,NT IIS . . - - _ .t Member State C.untral Executive Com. mittee. Jolt B. .Tro(sE. District Executive Committee. J. IB. STONE, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H1. (IL soIl., of " J. M. KENNEDY. of East Carroll. A blde c>cnril nmark at this i'~ra graph iadirates that yors subscrip tioiin ill expire in tuwou wccks. A blue pyeril mark at this para. graph cnasa that this is the last time the paper will be sent to yoe aialess the subscription price is receired be fore next issue. In fu.::'e,:.e " de: !S men's :nt::! be i f"r ,' the secon, ine'e::,:. If they szouJd ae.,'ar :e s,'ci:,:'c discon:ti: Zt'd,!. FOR CONGRESS 5th lIlstrict, JOHN B. STONE. This legislature will not pass a dog law. There is dissention in the rank of the Knights of Labor. Rabbi James K. G utllhcim died in New Orleans last w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 June 1886

IIADISON ' tjI , i. C GTrAt.. Editor & Prop S. CEY, - - Publ!isher. SATLR AY, ."1 . '+. I . Omw 0o SUBSCRIPTION. 5th District, J0H S. STON. I DIFT. - The King of payin' is not Gen. Weare not needing rain partic slaily just now. That Morehouse Clarion, is c r taily a good patwer. The jail contractors are :t work. The kiln is being prepared. This was a good duck week, but s hard on young chickens. Who wants to buy an account s__t the Satanta Medicine Co., h"r/ i The June rains arrivedl on time, d all last week and this were c A cave at Delta Puint just al.ov2 te railroad incline, is threatening 1st work. The umbrella trade ought to be pod, but there is nothing doing in The railroad people do not seem telein any hurry about settling! up. They ought to be prodded. There are rumors of a branch Suad from Tallulah, down Round my and Vidal to St. Joseph, in Tas. Parish. When this weather does clear, gse will be a "nip and tuck"4 Ses with the grass, with a good am for "tuck" getting i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 June 1886

THE INVASION OF MEXICO. A War Waged by the 'atted States Wilthout Jostllleation. In 1846 came the American war and invasion, when the United States, with one fell swoop, as it were, took from Mexico more than one-half of all its fri territory-923.83 square miles out of a lit former total 1.690.317. It is true that ms payment was tendered and accepted for ow about one thirty-fourth part (the Gads den purchase) of what was taken, but at appropriation and acceptance of pay- a ment were alike compulsory. For this bir war the judgment of ail impartial his tory will undoubtedly be that there was no justification or good reason aon t the part of the United States. It may al be that what happened was an inervita Wde outcome of the law of the survival a of the fittest, as exemplified among na tions; and that the contrasts as seen tob- P day between the life, energy. and eee P' development of much of that part of old Mexico that became American-Cal- e Ifornia. Texas, and Colorado, and the li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 June 1886

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED T1 THE WELFARE OF .MADI)ON PARISH , OL II. NO. 20 TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH. LA. SATURDAY. JUNE 26. I~f TERM--- PE adI tm * AN YE 'e! Jean" hour - _ Cuprssinsive Corn w e Things Trans- 2 o iu the World Abed Us. Derneetic. mi Paee bas lrnreasd it stock a wav ewitated by the oars Stheir depredatons to lwS. eeds eata hs been appointed Ses, Ill. ws mserously =,,.,.-- _ at Poems. No.. egseearselywoade r m ie at Delale.a D. 'w Mum.ptaý eoases. - R dorr eatm I o too' h -O eI m todeath at Harper. , wdm eileas Toim are £e's ae 8r indsaemains tsadhe awe inges bys a clobd e ,ssei ,oy. .were driven., foil ams Wa fro eeon- roato ---tp o fo YinLeears hor eran "' o"  L a t! . I pwekdid o wU 1 M- - e--he the 1 live stoek e Us O.inees thea as wasn de aes t I ma ser too ..rhL O -Ow. M0.. died .o day ChMee msd and et oei dl. wud, l rw ttso by a rl IS .[note. Im Sheases are thealls to walard frlo ~- ----- rZ)M S"" p elA, fbmlawyer wh bas eeed tie the ier oo smend has ewa...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 June 1886

MADISON TIMIES R. C. WEIGHTMAN. Editor & Prop. n 'at P. W. HICKEY, - Publisher. ci--- t SATURtDAY, JUNE _, Ism;. fu th TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. A ox0 YEAR, - - - - - - -- -- 0 i RXMotius, - .- -. . - ! " ru s MCTIIs . . . .. . 7 in Mnember State Central Executilve Con. I mittee. fi, JollN I. 'brTxE. tl District Executive Committee. tl J. B. STONE, Of Madison, Clh'n. 1' J. II. G(ILFOI., of 'n J. M. KENNEDY, of East Carroll. ei -E A blut jeneil marik at lthis para- d graph indicates that your subscril' lion will expire in twa weel.. a A blue penril mark at this para. al graph means that this is the last tile the paper will be sent to you nialss al the subscriptionu price is receired be- P fore wnet issue. In fut.re all ,ez kedwe::.- e' ntentls nzus. be ,paid for i'cf.'re the second inserlion. If 1:0 ' paid for before t:e day o:: wic a they should appear lhe seco:zd d time, the p ,ublication will beP discontinued. FOR CONGRESS p 5th Distraict, JOHN B. STONE. * OF MADISON. ANIOUICEME...

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