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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 31 July 1886

SADISON I MI ,.C. 'M1AN, Editor &Prop . DYICI2IY -- publ; i Ier. -g$ OF SUBSCRIPTION. as ors. t srnMs. " g CONGRESS 5th District, t JOEH B. T0ON1. 0 MXADISON. DR 1 F T.1' T. evers are quite f:hionable. Did you ever drink "white plash t" Yr. ad rs. Blum, have not t retate. Mr. F. M. Dawsn,, is still at i Cooper's Wrl, but is expected t eek to.day, as are Mr. and Mrs. Vay warm weather has been the ti~s tis week. tgo Slack returned from New 6g Wednesday. it isgoing to start the pool to -'id the cotton tax? Eelaj was visited by a heavy ser Tuesday night. ' V. S. & P., has lengthened thir platfornn at Tallulah. Capt. Jno. B. Stone and wife adve s hum Monroe last Monday. Viae you want to hear how at.h a candidate is, go away from Thae.i no reason in the world why b~7iL should not get up a -.ptes ball nine. des dthe North La., papers, 'ierry the Satanta "ads." Thsy mast be fond of glory. The jail contractors are piling a~~gi at a very lively rate. The wallswill soon be going up. t...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 31 July 1886

DUTCH INDIANS. Thsr Attack upon a Henaery Two Centuries Ago--A Demor alited Band. Among the archives of the Long Island Historical society, says a writer in Ths Brooklyn Eagle, an aooount of a ludierous incident is to be found, which. meager as it is, exhibits our forefathers on the Dutch side of the house in a humorous vein that we are hardly so eustomed to accredit them with. Dur ing the troublous days of 1656, while old, one-legged Peter Stuyvesant was absent in Delaware, in the forlorn hope of driving the Swedes away from their settlements, the enthusiastic red men indulged in a little diversion, and some nineteen hundred strong swooped down upon New Amsterdam. They had lots of fun, and many Mohawks, and not a few Dutchmen, went to their last account. The Indians had much avocation and were particularly hostile to the Dutch. Ioward the English they professed warm friend ship, but they sent out word to the Dutch farmers on Long island and m New Jersey that they proposed to boy co...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 August 1886

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE W LFARE OF MADION PARIS[ aV Il[. NO. 26 TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 186 TERMS P nlEAiL NEWS. .G l t have Transpired asi O Put Week. _r. theem Latest 1 gapsp, was fatally in- a J a lt, a conductor. Cat S.a firmer near town, while by &:-. ' is the wampp, one and u , f Sikton, Mo., found a del o 1}s Iwea younag man and ap- app O beer bran dead three or four - --nk ,the Trustee of the too "_" I. 19~ ,Miio, irs 1w g  lds, btr an s ,..nb pr for aine and one '- Jtate that the condition heh Sbo fly wo Wiere outraged in o w.ln beathin by their terivacher, . ises up i n aer ioe w d hey will I- th"s. bad huas neard ot Wien re S a aved drimve hal up -dead dithe wre it i thouliceght e ha p m# boy named Willie Johnuon, ri l , bat in the river at ane Swd. d bed off thetcamerCald- Aye er e upoderste wBheel, and hd am, ltee tould reach him waa pet - the body ba ot yet ben a re Atib $0 0gve himesif up at the Cateat Tpilice ftation at co...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 August 1886

MADISO}N TI iIE R. C. WEIGrTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - Publisher. SATUIRDAY. At,;. 7. 1:-. T gRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. X n, - - - - - - ... ... 25 TRSEI MONTIS - --------- 7 Mttmuer State Central Executive Conkl. rnittee. Jols 13. ST)oNE. District Executive Committee. J. B. SToNE, ofMn'alion, Ch'n. J. H. (;ILFoI., of " J. M. KENNEDY, of East Carroll. A blue )eclcil ,,r'ik at this Jpra graph iadicates that your subscrip tioa toill expire in tr, wrcekl.. A blue pencil mark at this para graph means that this is the latst time the paper will be sent to o?/oir u,wiCs the subscription price is reecired be fore next issue. In fu'rc ;2 " eg versie: - nzens ;usibe paid, fJr; bf:e the second.l i;srti. . If " f.aid for ref 4rc i:eda' o;z h:',:ch heey/ sho:ld appea'r C :'e se; ,: lime, the p:lbic.iwo: wl be disconlin ued. ANNOULN C1 EfEN T.S FOR CONGRESS. TIE Tla.s is antlhrizoe to annunce J  I .1no uS Y t'o ;s of C'laibor;: .e an acalndilate for ('Cnrc.ss from the. Fifth (htongressi...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 August 1886

) y _I Z _ p -jb li s ic r . - -IF T - ,,sw hotel is growing. ak the jail is progresmin. u e plenty of fish in Bear 9bdly remarked that it was pi.4Ci have been (carce thi.s -acool August nights arrivedi Stime. The wst bound train wae late] CLP Stone went to Mu3roe judp Slack has been ,Iuitc Sick lgowoods are too full of ih,.s paLto hunt. do not seem to be very gis m Madison. s.adthe parishes have issued irmass meetings. yvy few peaches have ecen to town this year. tsimghtof the 1st of August tl hottest of the season. Ij copies of the TIm.e: will atfee to Contemplating sub-1 kl aJames left for Mound exapcting to stay until gsead company tinkered Asseossings in Tallulah Ikg Ovland is said to be a fr renomination, be dasbt. tek eelored man employed by U!mdIe, to pull fodder, was hsat eeek. F plt1. & P., road bed is still but they do hate to rt s gate posts. bsts to bet that the rail y fixes that crossing within thirty days? p o looking better than The late favorable b inging it ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 August 1886

FARM MANAGEMENT. Advantages To Be Derived from Irrigating Small Portions of Land for Gardens. Rew Underdrains Secure Moisture or Soil During Seasons of Fro tmesed Drought rgSatlUtl Pmall Plant. Ia this conmtry irrigation is hardly ever practiced except in regions where the rainfall is generally insufficient to insure the production of most culti vated crops or where it is restricted to a few weeks in the season. That it might be practiced with most excellent results in many parts of the west and south where the rainfall is ordinarily sufficient to insure the production of good erops, but where severe droughts are likely to occur during the summer, seems obvious If a farmer can irri gate a few acres of land he can pro duce all the vegetables and small fruits that his family will require. even if there is no rain during the months in which plants make their principal growth. If he can irrigate but a single acre he esa raise on it all the potatoes, garden vegetables. and strawberries ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 August 1886

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PAR$LH VOI. Ill. NO. 27 TALLULAR, MADISON PARISB, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 18 T PER GENERAL IEWS. that have Transpired 2 luring the Past Week. I g edibgiess se L t>t t , 'T r se~ li d keil.g tPress. o .Goedoe wasu ominated flor gov- dr M ' eobgia by the Democratic conven *eetaLtst. coe . . 4ver-ineaster matter has got .u-. pe ia congres that under par Ales it goes over to next see bepo,. who committed suicide by Jo bsewahImIl at St. Joseph, Mo., has Ju Ss eesii from the river at Leaven worth. Co A ien oeean ed on the French steamer thi a eaof Quarantinestation, Staten is leair lerk. Wi -Thmr is a serious trouble at New York lat ..i  I.ihts .d Labor and the Pro er large disrepancie have been wh Mad is the ·ecoants of Bolton, the Chica ppsetocee ilfasler. -eter Rattifan, editor and proprietor no rs Milerntown (Pa.) Herald, was horse ,eid by a member of women whom he j iselded. wil .-H L. Gilmer, apainter, identified Spies the msa w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 August 1886

C. WEIGMTMAN, Editor & Prop. W.. HICKEY, - Publisher. TULl.LE'Y, Ai4.. 14, 1";. T' 8 U OP SUBSCRIPTION. s YraR, - - . . '! t(K) £x Vo':?T , - .* I 2" iREL MOINTIIS - " " " jetuber state Central Executve Conm. ' mittee. Jo'uxB. TrosN. .i.trlet Executive COqnmittee. J. 3..STONE, of Madison. Ch'n. J, IL. (i.rtt;, of .'.' . M. kvm.ENNY, Of East Carroll. A blit pecilC mnark at this para r ~ph indticates thia your stbscrip "ort twill expire in tar, weeks. A blen pnwc, mark at this para.. ,*raph eneaas that this is the Iast ;ime "lhe papcr will be sent to Iyou uttless hle subscription price is receired be ore next issiue. In fut:urea.  egal a.dver'ise '::enis ;n::s ;ie Pj J: for 'before i:e seco::. i::ser:io::. If not /,d f!/he "el:ca, O: wic~i tr;e'/ s/:o::;,:t a eear :te secod:I time, :,:e p.::: icat;:;: wi:, be d sc :tim:ecd. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOL CONGRE88. j[HE Tims is authorized to announce L JLt, JoIn Yor"i; of t'laiborne as a candidate for ('Congress fromu the 'Fifth t'ongr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 August 1886

MADISON TIMES 1rll , Editor & Prop l n. , - Publisher. Sisit~RDAY Alula. 14, Tuesday. Ji~ser as F Sr PT on Thurs d. for ltws, Tenn., to attend the 7 1 - s mspI o. " - o has Hot days and cool nights. eek. TallUlab put in a full day Thurs a. A.C. Gibson arrivedU.S. Marshal isi, Tor to Tallulah, Tuesday. rp. D. Beer left for Pensacola Tb somY, where he will join Mrs. w- allrom hrrow left on Thursday Ifr Di*WD, Tenn., to attend the me blds of coattended last year. .m Rn Sparrow, who has bhd hich e in Rayville, for some lmsezsmn can never make goodweek. rshl, Thursday afternoon, and je5t fo Rayville Friday morning. cart.neso. B. Stone, after attend d tsome professional business pa from home, returned on Fri y . D. D. DeMoss brought twody. eqes bolls of cotton to this office, Sofd which were picked froms : in stalk on Aug. 6. Women can never make good L lawyers, because, woman in her I he of fees is uncertain, coy and shelito please. ~l. P.lP. Bruce; killed a monster rtasomke last mo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 August 1886

DEVELOPMENT OF THE HORSE. Fron l!te Pony witle 'lxteen hoofs to the Noble Animal of M.od erll l'imes. Although the mule. as Sunnset Cox said, *'is without the pride of ancestry." it is quitte a dillerent thing with his relatives on one aile of the house, in whose outlines, bearing, .size, and in telligence may w seen very plainly his nobility and pure lineage. The ancestry of the horse can be traced back wfore, the time of Eng land's monarchs. Iwvonwl the Cwsars or the Eternal city. Iyondl the creation of man. and even further than the very layer of e:arth on which we live, into the rocks and petri faction of the age below us. Ancient as is his family tree, the horse species is not by any means entitled to be classed among the "'first families." and yet his lineage is enough to put to blush those foolish ' :,ple-fortunately, few in our country-who pride them selves upon their descent, and feel good because a great-grandfather did something which is thought to shed luster upon h:s ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 August 1886

MADISON TIMES. D.'VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISONi PARISH VOL Ill. NO. 28 TALLULAB, MADISON PARISB, LA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 18b6. TLMS---2.00 PER tE\lt I ml II iI IN Inn I i mu ma nn i aN i il • •I I •I I • • un uu nimu inn nn1 nu1 n lim n1 i un • nn mu numi u u • I mi im i CKNES L NAPLES. S.t opolis of Italy a Great C. y that Seems Far Back In the Past. a *3uy Utnomplimentary aer S Sgp atbh Oharaoter d Itsa Pesple. oneer Lees5ra l see ities in Italy which the SrIel [b most interesting are b y e*and Naples. writes a oor s- rom_ the last-named city to i n s ronicle, and the - q cite stands In the order is g a" q placed. Considering d 4 pages it lled in the Skid Gseo.nshould or more , sl ito, t tourist. So also .is " Lasa and other cities `is i nrs whose leeds are recorded am is Sismondi's "Italian Ram a.s" But though every part of Italy Dmkhrmh its queer customs. ad l bsiat rural modes of existence it ll the great cities or the places of msaable winter resort that present l t Jl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 August 1886

MAI)SON ''TI. IS $. C. WEIGIITMAN. Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - Publisher. , .ITC : i,.\Y, .\ . 2i, ,l , I, TEBRAMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. d O'9 YEAS, .. .' 00 $I MKOnTKS, * . . I . ti -- - T5a3s uThUs . . .* 7it Xembr SLte Cent rsral ixeeutive Coln. mnitee. JoIN II. STONE. a District Executive Committee. ... B. S'roNE, of Madison, Ch'n. ti J. 11. GIL.FOIt., of " J. M. KENNEDY, of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this para graph inudicatec that eyor subscrip tion twill expire in two weeks. A blutte pencil mark at this pars. 9ra2ph means that this is the last tim; the paper will be sent to you uwhi's the subscription price is receiccd be- t fore next issue. In future all lega. adverise efnents ms be paid for before the second infser!,o:;t. If not paid Jr before the d1.y on which, they should appear e seco;:,nd lime, the pulicaio; : w:l be disconhin:ed. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COIGRESS. THIE Tims isauthorized to announce Junrio JoHns Yo'iu of Claiborne Vs candidate for Congress from t...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 August 1886

IAi)ISON 'TI1I,. . C. WEIGfTMAN. Editor &Prep ?" -. EICgEY, - Publis:r. LTUUIC.AY, - t;. 21,. gB OF SUBSCRIPTION. arx zo.1 " *%gc VLa - _ 1 - _'S pIIIFT. Insure in the Summer i3 still with u?. Politics are dull in Madison. The hotel is nearing comp:cti,,n. Boils have been quite faShiun able. Who is running for Congress auyhow? What is the matter with the peach crop ? The building of the jail is p ro gressing rapidly. A good beef could be easily dis posed of about now. Mr. Whitmarsh is away for the semmer. Cheap freights have nothing to Swith the V., S. d P. Dog days are about over, ani1 yet there has been no hydrophobia scare. The thermometer. took a rise this week. and hell its head high. Buy your drugs of Fulton M. McRae. lie keeps the beat in the market. Miss Rena Sparrow returned from a lengthy visit to Ray ville on Thursday. Milliken's Bend and Tallulah, both, enjoyed a heavy shower Thursday. It is rumored that a convention teoominate a congressman, will on be held. Beer &a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 August 1886

A TERRIBLE STORY. The areer o a Ceonvet Who Mer rieedl e wn c hild-- hree Gen erettome et Wrecked Minds. The peculiar and almost incredible story brought out by the arrest and oonviction is the Richmond county court of sessions in March last, after much litigation, of George W. Lake for being the father of five children by his own daughter. was yesterday revived, seas The New York World, at a special term of the supreme court before Judge Cullen. Lawyer George A. Moses, appearing for Lake. moved for leave to file a bill of exceptions for the purpose of appealing from the last judgment of the court. The motion was opposed by the district attorney of Richmond county, but Judge Cullen decided In favor of the convict. Lake Is now in Slug Sing prison, where he was sentenced to serve alnne and one-bhalf years' imprisonment. Three generations of wrecked minds are the result of his wicked and shame less career. His ase illustrates, aside from the depths of depravity to which human nature ma...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 August 1886

MADISON TIMES" DEVOTED TO THE W~LFABE OF MADISON PARISH 0 -.-.T--AL AH- --DISO- --S LA., T R AUGUS , PO L. II1. NO. 29 TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LA. SATURDAY. AUGUST 28, I8 TERMS-.OO P YEI ". NEWS SUIIARY, " ti lIord of Minor Ivents Which Oc cur Around UT C'Ar. J. W. TOz.i, is the 1e m eat Cbondale, 111. .' ?patmW I H. F a prominent citizen of Lbason, dead. T a t GOnsr, a carpenter of St. Louis, i tkom a building and was killed. OQ settler of Macoupin county, Illi ois. had a reunionio Friday. To case o oldlin M. Squire and Maurice B. Flyn ha beer set for trial at New York d -. L oumgtes, Tex., lightning killed . asylor, esked and inflicted fatal injuries A SJames Lylma en, Mas was hanged at Uniontown, p pa., for the rmder of acompanion named ie Cabidate.r Jogs HALLWatra was killed by a fall oanm li wagon near Maryville, Mo. I AIs. Mssoca was shot and killed by l Mary Orton near Crystal City. Both col A LLEn girl named Maud Wolf was d to death In a tobacco factory at el Tas Basers' c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 August 1886

I. C. WRIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. i P, W, HICKEY, - • Publisher. ilATIf! i ..YV. Al'l;, '... 1 ,. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. j nx yta., - - - " - - " " 1 so MUrnTI, . 1 eU NIfe l $1t e ( :e tvral r ieotive Conl . m I anitll e, piletlet Executive Conmmittee. JI. . STONE, of Mladison, 't'. i. J . i. . ,F t u t , x , f " J. . KI. -1ý,s'Y; of .a-'t Carroll, Abl |,e pencil ,nar.Lk at this pºrº. prap1h 4ndlieier that iliyof, sob.crip ji o will £qpiFre.iL two weeks. A bleii. )i.&til :.rrrkit this lpara, Arp. .aaaii that tl.7its the lat time thi pa~ s t -sbe'iat to you ftll'4s it .ubatritioi price is reccired be foreseztiessue. -":. f. f iuixljlki aiverlise - e sti :ns t pbepaidi for , eore tfhi ýtcrci; iser!:ics. If not psaid for before r d!: wo:: hich (tley sior! '4t ier ihte second l/ne, ida  ,; vpic'atiot v:i' bve disaotfinue&1 . . ;r OU9"" I ý :..'i EME:- N T o- : - IREs s. TIE Tilan inatwllt rledh to annonncee . JunsUIJfi-',O'Y.Ior ºof C'laiborne a~s oadidate fir.. .'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 August 1886

I. C. WVIGT N, Editor & Prop . IICLEY, . Puublisher. g TV RD.1Y ..L' . "8, I-ý . FgMB OF SUBSCRIPTION. t 1Z YoTH. - Tot" v1 , "H. - - i t] _ 11 D t- I I' T. Tallulah is growin". Subscribe for the Tiu.M. Gen. King is in a:ml:ng lcm. Cotton has improved of late. The hotel is getting along finely. This ward-the fourth is mixed. , This has been a poor fruit year., Mass meeting next WedneIsday. Who is your choice for Congress? Get ready to pay that cotton tax. Personal taxes are delinquent fi Oct. 1. The fifth ward is said to be for uardoch. Claiborne parish was carried by H Jadge Young. If Wells does carry Madison, its a pretty how do you do. [ The railroad track raising gang. - is right at Tallulah. Rainy weather set in Tuesday, [ b t only lasted one day. t Cotton worms have been scarce X in Madison this season. Capt. Stone and wife left for learoe last Saturday. Madison Parish needs another paper. One is not enough. The Indiana Democrats erlorsed i: Ceeland but ignored civil ser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 August 1886

OVERWORKED. Frmne out of the rose land of dreaPS 8beMtnes at early morriitg: The dew upon the meadow gleamLs. Pelt as a bride's adorning. Aroma from the moaning pines, And kl dsof blohmlug clover: The noise brook that sings and shines. With willows bending over. The eastern sky I all adfame, As though. t one bthbolding. The gold and sapllpire clouds that eame Were heaven's gate' unfolding. tat all this glory stands apart, Nor charms her with its beauty, For care slts heavy on her brow, Where falls the line of duty. The cows await the milking time, With soft and patient lowing, The sturdy farmer in his prime, Must hasten to his mowing. His wife must speed the morn's repast, And work with nimble fingers, For fat mers all from tirst to last, Make hay a bile sunshine lingers. Aad when the meals are o'er, the pails, Of foaming milk are waiting. With fraglarnce caught from sunny vales, To future joy relating. The cream lies thick, like cloth of gold, Where shining pens are brimming, Their...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 September 1886

MADISON TIMES. DEVt(TEID TO TIE WELFAREI; OI' M.,ADFIN I'.\RIH VOL III NO. 3o. TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA.. sATURI)AY. SEPTEMBER 4. It TgRM. PR ERAL NEW. ,,, geos that have Transpired , ii the Past Week. gstov Ti.ea isg to Press. on try Thlu a bgt little reason to debt that reat hus decided to remove the sh __.obu t, d W-arm S.pring bandi of or H esr i ewberry. S. C.. buat W r He siI l bhe hadl talked mi i J s was going to con ince her fa - be had taken oa, houil'hokll Sr or kill her. - wlWri and Frank Shaffer lost va U Ibali ai, in a mine at Webb thi Ssee Greeabackers of Polk hi M ak i, have fused for the lire- to re . Uowlg asentenced to be iat Coltmbu , Ohio, Tuesday, has n j elestion at 8prinXfield. Mo. Ol O N selection of W. T. Morrow ea -hi (Mo.) fair opened Wednesday. Bounty fair opened Wedues r e repsbeas thbl teir coretlon hi ddhmbinWednesday. -.4 Adeen is undererret at Rapid Kt a*,, as sarle of stealing horses. a .4 uDessy ad BRadmood, the Irish ca -- - to Chimago, have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 September 1886

M AI)ISON TI .1MI S a. C. WEIGHTMAN. Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, . - Piblisher. o T ,RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. six no ' nl , . . . . . . .1-' y-T ub.*r State (entral Extecutlre C'om. mlaittlec. J.onr IB. .S', S. " Iuistri~t Exee'Itive Comnmittee. I J. 1 < r. xrv , 1f.:ali.-on, Ch'n. J. II. (;I.Fot, , f o " J. M. KENNEIY, of East Carroll. c, tion will c lj,;rr f in t' re '. A bluet jetril 414'ik (it this piraa Lrojuh me,;s that this is the las.t time the pIaper wrill be xoat to y7/, tdnlers the suheriptiodit price is rerc;iredl be- , fores net ise4C.. t It 'c: ' :;::-thc i"tonn' t, ýLh :.:.': "::se:'." ::. sC': ::. t:::2t", ' +' a , "e n ioa.'te f.r '..ngr .: froth, e I A NNOUNCi istric Nt- S'C tl FOR CONGRESS. T1 F rl.I;Bi is ntthoriu4l to annfnlfe tI J .i: JiuiN Yu't vi of ('laibtorn p as acanflilate for (',imreres from the Fifth Ciinjireiuionnl Diiitrict--subjd'ct to the action of the )Democtatic nominat ing conventiol. n. FI1IE Trwr s is authorized to announce 1 Hon. John M...

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