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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 September 1886

-z c. WIGTfAl5N.( Editcr & Prop SW. ICKEY. - publisher. OF SUBSCRIPTION. East Carroll wt ut :r K:z; to. This is the u~iuth ,f S. i"t:CbCr I now. There was a light rain Su:Iday sight. 3 Wasn't that an : be j,,yful irula u meeting? We had some Indian sunmmer 1' Jays this week. d. divide" was strongly vop-. It.- nt writtcn that Well- can \ etrry Madion. Ban, Il .:In'w .:t it:"' end1 Mon day, Lake l'rovideice :against the Bend. Theproposition to exclude Mur- I doeh front representation was a 3 coal one. Mr. G. I.. Bouey'v deliinatln of the candid.ay of chairian 'le- t aoralized things. I There is nothing like a go),l t "sticker." The stay at h,,'ic· from the t mass meeting broke their own t necks. W'hosaw t:aw t s, ri!:.~nut ,ft i the meal tub \Wednesd.iay? Mr. D. Beer and fanmly returned : Thursday. c Job work has been nuite lively i at this oflice lately. r "1 When the hotel i- t;als:shcl. we ought to have a ,lowout. The V. S. & P., al pears to be doing a good freight bu in...

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

ADVISED HIM. Old Sam Told a Baptizing Preacher A Not to Go Into Deep Water. Several days ago an unfortunate bap tizing occurred down at White Oak !a bayou. We say unfortunate because i one of the beat known colored divines in the state was subjected to pain and It ridicule. Just after the congregation had assembled on the bank, the Rev. Captimus Lisker, the master of cere monies, ordered a song, requesting the [ brethren to make the vc'ry air tremble d with their voices. Everybody was so taken up with the matter in hand that no one had noticed old Sam Mayfee, a white man who is known as the slou'h of the neighbor hood. Sam sat on a log chewing to bacco and spitt ng at the minnows that swam about him. "Say," Sam called, addressing the preacher who was about to lead a fat sister down into the water. "Wall, sah." replied the preacher. halting. "Whut vcr want wid me? Whut make yer w:anter sturb de good wuck o' de Lawd?" •Goin' out thar in ther water?" "0O cote I is. Wharfo'.yer ax sich...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 September 1886

U--- SMADI SON---- --TIM Es I),'\; OTED fn TI[ 1 'VEI.FI'.RE 4" .)L[DISI' N PMARIS-i VOL. n O :N 't.r ATLLULAI. MADISON PARISH. LA. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER II. Ii. '1I>. ; GENERAL NEWS. Events that have Transpired n muring the Past Week. a iCemensed from the Latest TdlUl Dispatches Recieved t ae Time of Going to Press. Dmestic. ,fa BRarard killed Frank Harris at l*ndns, Ky-, wiatonly. A posse is look imilorhim. Sf ahklia, a McLeansboro, (ill..) w ryas drowned at Veray, Ind., whl bea the same fate overtook But. erbY of Brookville, Ind. i . i uoek Saturday morning the ema man was found lying in 1 lsthbelower part of the city ,, -i- n Irand., with his head badly bait -sad ~rushed in. He was cold and , and wldevidently been dead for se.' l bsts. Alter several persons hIad ,id the body without idlent ii' n hiirll. it .eggs easd as Alffrled Casaudy. aged 21, a aprominem t young man of that city. A the inquest it was develol;edl that * E Cassady a d Pere lt Wlter had beent fakin int...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 September 1886

:[ADISON TIMEs R. C. WIGO TKANJ. Editor & Prop. P. W. KICIET, - - Publisher. SATURDAY, SEPT. 11, 18W8. g RI$B OF SUBSCRIPTION. ox tur, -.. . . $' 200 S!worasu, ...... 1 25 russ moSt ... 76 Member Sat COentral Executive Cornm. mittee. Jons B. 8TosL Distrlet txecutive Committee. J. B. Syoxn, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GILOIL, of " J. M. KNNEDrY, of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this para graph indicates that your subscrip tie will expire in two weeks. A blu pencil mark at this para. graph means that this is the last time the paper will be sent to you unless thes subscription price is received be fore sat issue. In future all legal advertise - mants must be paid for before the second insertion. If not paid for before tlhe day on whic they should appear the second time, the publication will be discontinued. ANNOUNCELMENTS FO1 CONORE8S. T HE Tirns is authorized to announce Jones Joax Youxo of Claiborne as a candidate for Congress from the FifthCongressional District--subject to th...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 September 1886

pADISO TIMES S1 TýIAS. Edi;or & °:3p " 1V.iW-IT"- - Publisher. 01F SUBUSBIP'oN onx - . . 0--'s. D I FT. cOte picking has begun. lhurday was like summer. syont know what a chestnut Leis Bros.. of Vicksburg is the i to to buy shoes.; The lights will shortly be put;' to the hotel, and then the livers. Police Jury regular meeting is th msod oaday in October. I Kr. ad Irs. Geo. W. Sevier , laist Saturday from a two gees visit to Mississippi. eoe buying drugs consult the siyufing columns of the TIMES, ggdwa buy them of Fulton M. 1 shingles are on the roof of t hotol. It will be a close race; Mee it and the jail, which is hi rd frst. I~%" swms to have been a great Sd unnecessary delay in the qt t of the delegates to laton Convention. Ts delegation to the Ruston t wc•ltion scarcely fills the bill i sa by the mass meeting. Whm the mass meeting said it V LEad Kng, it gave specific in e , as plain as could be t Iag men on the delegation, aoli ofthe six in New York, aremm five with four an...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 September 1886

THE ILAND OF CEYlON. A Mo.i;naiao Country with a SteadUy la rresetag PopulatoU. The island if Cerlon is 270 miles in length, 106 in breadth, and very moun tainous near the center, there being mountains ranging between 3,000 and ti,000 feet high. ten of which are above the latter limit. The highest is Pidnrutalsge. 8,296 feeL Large tracts of the island are still covered with dense jungle. in which many wild ele phants are to be found: but the wanton slaughter of these useful animals led the government to prohibit their de struction except under special per mission.. Of late there have been great progress and improvements in the means of internal communication. There are good roadways, metaled and graveled. and now 178 miles of ral way and 167 miles of canal, which have done much to promote the inter ests of the country. The population has been steadily increasing. and now it numbers 2.450,0O. There are En ropeans. Enrasians. and Burghers, tnhalese. Tamils, Moors, and a few Parsees,...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 September 1886

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON IPARIrHII VOL. III NO. 32. TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. I8. 'ERMs---2.o PER YEh PERSONS AND LVNT3. a fortune li1:1 ',li a up h y ... t 1:'., ý : ,). - 000. sleighs are to b:; 1l1 IIj at. :0U'n . i at Kauich. Ex-V&.ANAes; Er i'r (o,, NrI, nt ie Ptee ork lqr:'bl, is now residing 'wilh his family in Belgiunm. JxT )ANI" dau:t.llter. who Is spoken .e1M having a m:urvelous voice, i3 coming To this count rt . Ia r lari l CIJASE 5.8ys the best por tra of Ier illustrious father is in the Spreme aurt rooml at Washington. IT is reported that Smtator (;ornlan always wear a nutmeg hung by a cord about his neck to ward off neuralgia. WILLI.AM . 1Sxe. LILY, of The P,.il adelphia Becord, ias sixty-six dwelling heases in couft.e of erection in that Lavn P. !doavox's bous, at Saratoga g be. meoording to The ierw York ~ l s £rprcs, a palace aimovt' cot Jo rm JEFFERsox tries his hand at tLuL h, and a new painting by hlita ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 September 1886

THlE IWLAND OF CEYLON. t A Noinlialons Country with a Steadily In ryeasing Population. The island 'f Ceylon is 270 miles in h length, 156 in breadth, and very moun- o tainous near the center, there being I mountains ranging between 3,000 and , 1i,01)0 feet high. ten of which are above k the latter limit. The highest is a I'idnrutalage. 8,296 feet. Large tracts of the island are still covered with dlense jungle, in which many wild ele lphants are to be found; but the wanton slaughter of these useful animals led the government to prohibit their de struction except under special per mission.. Of late there have been great progress and improvements in the means of internal communication. 1i There are good road ways, metaled and , graveled, and now 178 miles of rail- I way and 167 miles of canal, which have done much to promote the inter esats of the country. The population has n been steadily increasing, and now it numbers 2.8500)00. There are Eun ropeans. Eurasians, and Burghers, Hinha...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 September 1886

_ MVADISON TIMES. DEVOTED ro THE 1WELFARE OF .M lS4N Il'A!~! -II VOL. III . . TALLUL.AH. MADISON PARIsl. LA.. SA.TTI Y. SEPTEIBE I. 1; 'Ells---'.,o I:t ~_~~~ _~_~~ __ ~~~_~__~ ~~~~_I PERSONS Ai'J .-4T,3. a i f o r t i nl l I , Muniih. "A-"E .\V ae .1:'. ... ... i ,, t -,. wit l, family in I.: . LIr E LE' -, pro en ofp havingliu a; Ill *!''"i'- " .::. : ioming to this e.,:': 1:! . \MR'. L rr ( t'.\-E -:tc, t;- . i,-! +'r trait of her ilkutrio4u tat her - .i tui. superreD9 court rooml ::t I'.- l:' !z. IT is r'ortped tlhat ~nfl:ltlr (,"1.llm 1 al~ry1s wear~ a nutmeg hulIngl 'a r,4 t about his nuck to ward off nellral.iia. WILLIAM AL SIN I. EurS. of ,"- I?,. ' vadlph ,hu eccard, I' .s .ixltY-.ix dwoing- l holies in cuot1 ..e of 'lr"'tllOio ill Ithat city. ) I.EI P'. ?.tonvo\'- 1lousi ( t :1 aI ag "14 1 will be. acorlilng to T/."' .', i y,,r., j asaJ u A E.rt.- .rt. ptae:;L' :allai'"l Cut 3OsLern JEl EIvrs'+r tries Iii- ha:nl at eI breslh. :nd a new pa:iintilg. by hbli' t lf a Louis...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 September 1886

R. C. WEIGHTMAN:. Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - - Putlb'.sher. I 1 TERIH(MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. O v CK Y e -K - -, -( N six UOl Tl"Y, 2-1I Cca r lP 3NTTfl. . . . . - 75 t lembertate (:entral lxecutive CLonl. "litter. District Excentive Conmittee. eii J. B. .STros, of Madli-on, ('h'n. J. II. (;11.FoI., of ' J. M. KEN-NEDY, of East Carroll. is traph irtali,',t., that your s,, r,.ri, ,- i tion) will e.ipie in It'o ,rrek ,.. A blur p1rril w'k,!" ot th! para. pi graph mea s tbht thi. is the l,,.t tinge g the paper vill be seit to ;1u' ,le sa ". the subscription price is rcecceccl be- n fore text issae. 1 tl f Vii Tlzr. i' anithorizea d to announce Jce;Z,s ;;:J:z. J e Yo2.:. fr ,laiorne an a cOanlldblate foer ('ionrevs front the d Fifth Congressional : "ie:LriFt-ujct 1 tZ the action of the )emocratic Ino;inat ding convention:. I lHE Tr*ES i aIlthrirze.d to anntouner. ion. John ol'NIh of Te'hni,.rn 1t a canditlate for (Congrer fil the fr ifthl Congressionr Iistrin t--a lilrt-sul.jt t'...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 September 1886

S1)ISO S '1'11I1.: WEIGHTMAN. Ea:, 1 r) p W HICKEY, - . r r.: tL3S OF SUBSCRIPTION. 3:r : f - - - 1 -- ___ ___ _- 1 :. I) I 1" 1 . lure in the Se ::tr. i time is neaily ovtr. ' .lulah is bon'l to grow. ( d times- M .* .: ,'' Ti, -_. i.. -re your life in the Security. i' itics can now take a rest for a 'lie chestnut gong is ravaging •:, land. :he "I told you so" loan i- ! ':,e first thing you know you; w. I be wanting fires. Track raising is sti:l goi!:g on, l r: the V., S. . P. Mr. Blum is in New Orleans on i ;usiness. - The rainy weather choked off, base ball practice for some days. j This has been a railroad week, e that is there has been a g,,od deal of blow about it. o Mr. J. T. McClellan returned o from Mississippi Thursday, much 1 improved in health. The race between the jail ani the hotel is about even, with the odds slightly in favor of the hotel. Mr. Walter Donahoe had the r end of the little finger of his right t nand cut off by a mowing machine t last week. v It is so muc...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 September 1886

THE SU0lIT I0iR. It was a t.:lintiful and -till cweain toward the end of surniunir, whlrii in the course of my wanderin.-s about the ancient city I entered the quiet and solitary close of the gray cathedral. The rooks were gartherini in the oil elms u hicll stood arounl. A ruddy light wrapped l he great gray towers which rose far up into the evening air. The sound- from wit h out came faintly and at intervals to the ear as I walke' slowly across 1she close toward t he low. wide steps which ascended and were lost in tie shadow of the noble porch. On reaching the great door of the cathedral I found it closedl. But in the centre of this there was an other smaller door, which still stood open-and herne a party of visitors, to whom I wasal st ranger, wereeendeavor ingto persuade theancient verger that the hour was not ye.t too late to lper mit them to inspect the interior. It no happened that just as I came upl, they succeeded in overconmine his hesi tation, and he turned to lead the way...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 September 1886

S 7MADISON TIMES. -- I~ ---- - - DEtVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF M.LDISON PARiItl 'O rl N. :0:. TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. L.A.. SAT.RD.\Y. SEPTEMBER .15. I8$;. rEt. ' s-- P GENERAL NEWS. Events that have rranspired During the Past Week. DOMESTIC. - Tlhe lX &rarountY IkmI u f it ~asuW, 'I.,.. has e I I-- atighti t lint Sal it's. .raic.. lack Imlcan fat.ally stabled .Mike Martin. -P. L. Hewes ia '.. tri-l at 'Montirello, a1;.., harmed with the mrurdcr of his wife. -At lfarlliJ (3tinmu township, four tmn ItrleS it I U eillac Ind., on the 1.Ith. 't..Il+e;ph' 'ath,,a c huiret wai dij m.m.erewl to be ia flames, aind halwte the ex crtt1-" . the dtiseu the edilficeti was en trlr deltravyti toget her with te rontnts. rav Htime v~tnre~ antl n11 macrl -weedl. The 1,0m 0il rmch $.4NlI. w,)I wmachtl thert is uo imnsraane. The tim e oIgurmiatea i from the 1,amrning of brush, the sparks of which ,loged on the root of the church. Oil has bees struck at Mailmstee, Mich., at a depth of! ,g20) le...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 September 1886

MADISON TIMES L C. WREIGHTIAJ. Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. SAT U RDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. TRYM8 OP SUBSCRIPTION. OWs YAR, - - - - - - - 00 SIX MONTHS, . . . - - 25 Tsssu MONTHs - - - -. 7 mner tasu Central FgsetU~ve Caom. mertte. Jons B.. Stos. Distlect xoecutive Committee. J. B. Srosz, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GioIn., of " J. M. KsIXnDY, of E.at Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this para graph indicates that your subscrip tien will expire in two weeks. A blue pencil mark at this para graph Hmeans that this is the last time the paper will be sent to you unless the cubscripties price is received be fore nset ibes. In future all legal advertise - ments must be paid for before the second insertion. If not paid for before the day on which they should appear the second time, the publication will be discontinued. News is very scarce this week. What kind of an equinox was this anyhow t The Sedgwuck story, as first ren dered appears to be about correct. The 5th District Levee ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 September 1886

MADISON TIMES C C. WIIGTMIAJ, Editor & Prop r. V. IICE , - Publisher. SATURDAY. SEPT. 25, 1886. Mrx OF SUBSCRIPTION. *s Teas,. - - - - 00 e aI oSY1. 1 25 ,gs MOTnHS. 75 D R I FT. Subscribe for the TIMES. Job work is on the increase. Cotton picking is general. The drouth season is over. Sale of cotton seed to-day. School Board met Thursday. Come in with your job work. That switch at Tallulah is still out of gear. The chestnut gong is a thing of power. The jail will soon be ready for boarders. New Hampshire has had a se vere frost. Mrs. J. T. McClellan returned home Wednesday. The steel cells for the jail have srived. The cackle of the hen is fre quently heard. See the notice for a tax-payer's Mr. 8. E. Blum returned from New Orleans Tuesday. The Milliken's Bend Base Ball Club has disbanded for the season. Before you see the TIruE again, it will be next month. Now is a splendid time to settle p many little bills due the TIrxs. The day for the equinoctial storm, I Sept. 21, was a b...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 September 1886

FARM MANAGEMENT. Nemesity Will Soon Cause Brick To Be the Material for Build ing Farm-Houses. The Most Desirable Trees for Planting in the Vioinity of Oountry aesidences. Brick fBtldIngo on Farms. The first farm-houses and barns erected in most parts of the country that were well supplied with large tim ber trees were built of logs. The logs tcot nothing except the expense of cut ting and hauling, and they were gener ally drawn to the places when they were wanted on sleds over the snow. tlenerally the old settlers made a bee when a stranger came among them for the purpose of improving a place, and :ssisted him in putting up a house for his family and barns for sheltering his cantle sad horses. These log houses were comfortable, if they were not ele gant. If care was taken in securing the ends of the logs at the corners of the buildings they were very substan tial. A well-built log house would last for'hfty years and require scarcely any repairs. When it was desirable to do so, and t...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 October 1886

MADISON TIMES. DrV)TI-:T D 'rO Tm. WEVILI.F.1I:I: ni IA DIýe'N PA.RINI VOL. 11i NO. 8. . TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA.. .AT'RDA.Y. )T('TBER ". iss;. T:i-- NEWS OF THE WEEK. his inairituy to 4 111 + fl ;_- t o ti wtaiitr lih t l . t i . :, I : 1r e t his a nlrity to 'I' i'i '. ':;" . . -ixti-eitht c w nt.,'i 14144 :a I)'.- ,,cI-4 .1c whichla e r ast fior  ',. r . lii , t... T i, Wheolkr tit ket a ' 141 . !n,' 1 .a , 'u , ~,t.., in t h e s ta te , t w o -t i ,in !.f , i,'!1 , ill it , i file Dh Iralat ii,.t , tcI 'i thn i o ws thl' e a, l: r i i l R.a : . ar . t. T ltgsrit, r lAl tif s 'iil"i rl w 'i. ' ".ilanital on the - ie m rla in " ,( ' .i tt 1 'alt 4 al ut r hart oraf le a tt l . 1 I "~ . M i ' h .. als'd rit rai a at . l i .. .. I o r ,,ito 1 ,l e .i n '. at , ana n ,E i . rap . a rit  l.l l,.l. tit i.n li I iv l., t herr: i ; t : . , I l . .11s wael Callinptrl as tuat,lily .ra Ia. tli r T hoin Ius Divt |e trionw Ly :1I Ireed. T he ," n. gu sie a t iL ifte 'n a re w et.t ' l...

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

\ADI)ISON T1 E'1 R. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - Publisher. T ~iMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I 0 F. YEIA., - - - - - Y W Sl( *') rlIl , .. . 751 f1 inaber State Centr:al I:rc' uittlre ('onl. miitte. 1 JoIN Ii. MroNPE. District Executivo Committee. J. I. STOxN. of Madison, C'h'n. .1. If. Grne mil, of t J. M. KN:SE!Y, of East Carroll. A blue prcil mork at t,;, r ,,r. grap!h ilicte that !r," s bl,.,crii, tioa will epire in to, wr, k.. A blute pcril tlrok at tisx parra graph mueans that th1i is the lust r,i.' I the paper will be scit to y7I ir,,le s8 the subsrription l rice is rccdcred bc fore next isstCe. .Z fl' t/:::x r L, c : L:' (i" rat! If t f::t.?; , L'Lz If . :" the e:. " ;:, li;ne, !/:e ýp:',Z.'cio:: rw:lb.c disco;z::nz:,'d. The Gibson group is weakened by the lass of King and L ion. Secretary Manning is still the head of the Treasury department. Most of the democratic congress men who failed of renomination, were civil service "fellers." The 29th opened clea...

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

siaun - . ( 1 -ýIIG . Editor - op sRn wTl-! . T" Police Jury meets MoUnday wIek. i plendid base ball weather this ra week. 1c The town is fnll of ce"-tnut gI Congressman Gay was rei.onun- 'an nated without Opp"'n IS( Work on settiuw_ up the jai 1 cages begins next week. of The new hotel bar will, it is said, open Monday. Hlow do you like the looks of, is the jail n row? Ti. Gen. Dennis was in town the Lr first of the week. What is your candidll opinion of a, earthquake prophecies, anyhow ? The new hastboud assenrer train, was about fo)urhour late Tue ls ay. t1s Bids for the construction of M or- 1c ganza levee have bein advertised' i for. Ii Road bed raising on the V. S. & P. is still progressing, and it is about the only thing connected f - for., with that concern that is. The Satanta Medicine Co., sue- th coeed in swindling the TIM:.s out of tI $27, but they spoiled a good trade b, by doing it, in The East Carroll Banner says It the Milliken's Bend Base Ball (v Club backed do...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 October 1886

THE UPPER DEEP. Are thins rese. t., t inra t, raued Azure pages lit i, 1 Ma ys h a p . rea , li ,e th .i , . In . .: . I (.11ttr -. It a i II: r t l n Ibi j (in the pages o: Prr.:,tn.. Iln.wing W  . 'rt ot f 't'r:1'h _ 'tua h Itnoders to dii tntly r roug'ht. I'!ace the Ilas'"" t Thine eL .. Ilead the w ntalall of r t !I,' i-l:, I',am' of the 1,::1idts .ol.tI"in tloiking·r ilI the u, p:.r deepl. thV' r., each tboua bt scas, inageI,. hohlen In the eiec that nlever -l'ee,; IPa'tral' of el'wlan 11ain - tWhere te t tt;i nril L-t],ra r, i-- : A FATHER'S LETTER. My Dear Son-We are still pegging along here at home in the same old way. your mother anti me. We are neither of us real well, and yet f sup pose we are as well as folks are at our time of life could expect to be. Your mother has a good dteal of pain in her side all the while and I aut oti my feed more or lesa in the morning. l)oc has fixed me somnic condition powders that he says will straighten me out right away. Perhaps ...

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