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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 October 1886

MADISON TIPMES. DEVOTED TO TIHE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISHI VOL. III NO. S5. TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9, 186 TER--- P 2ERSONS :3 ;-::NGS. Turc ; E ! .nt t !N " . conne- a:1 .l.I.- : ,l ,. .u 1. .;. one wtekst l) h . i .lI l s1rr'1n der. T i t; w ho ,i " " r... , i -h ('olunhllr. is , w i, _ , :..1 aigL Lt by .lectricir. Twt l r thoul: I tnl - , ' .?'' OItIr ed last year by th Iu.' ives of l'ifi Wo.r., B. C. EiOTrrrE thou-ln: l :-'- of wheat were ctlltirated this l''fa Iby the 'Umatilla Indians. Tiea zoolo;ical departm",nt of Centr:al rark, New York. cllunaiUS a ha'; ou: that toinearly sir feet tall. m'v=*iTrYo iiandl barrel of ors ters were shipped frstAI the purt of New York during Iho past year. TaoDoRls ROOSEVi:1.r. ranehman. author and polit:.ian. is -o0)t to Iarr': Miss Carow, of New York. A SOUTHERN Califorlnia Iillrlu'm n in reportea to have caught 3.64t trou: ii. a recent trip to the mou,t:an. 'A mta buiilint oomul0 has struck Mon trel-.omething she h...

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

M1AI)[SON TIME' R. C. WEIOGTMAN. Editor & Prop. I P. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. 1 SAT ItI)AY. O"T. 9, ,18;. TERKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. OE YEAR, . -------. . $- 00 Six MorTS, - - - - --- 2. TnREE MONTHS - . . . - -- M ,amber tate Cent ral Executive Com. mittre. JOun B. oSTO3. District Executtve Committee. J. R. STONE, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GILFOIL, of J. M. KENNEDY, of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this parna 'graph i,ndicates that your subscrip tion will expire in taro teeks. A blue pencil mark at this para, graph means that this is the last time the paper will be seat to you tnless the subscription price is rec red be fore next issue. In future all legal a.dvertise - snents musi be p:id for before the second i:;serlio:;. If not paid for before the day o:: which they should appear the seco:;d lime, the publicatio:z w'i: b3e discontinued. John R. Lynch is to oppose Col. Stockdale. This country used 81) tons of quinine in a year. There was a frost at Memphis last week. Here 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. — 9 October 1886

SiDISO)N TIMES /---~-- Po .AIOHT1AJ. Editor & Prop . W. ICEY, - - Publisher. g.TURDLY OT. '. I'OC . OF STUBSCRIPTION. r R - - - 414) s1ix 3sorr1a. -- 1 rRgM aoT4. - - 7.i DRII'T- * t Subscribe for the TIMF:. IC police Jury meets Mnda,. Job work is on the increase. t Gum chewing is still popular. f The citizens meeting on Monday, was somewhat attenuated. Circuit Court for Madi-ou the:a fourth Monday in October. i. The hotel bar did not open up r last Monday, but it is in full blast i: enOW. now. Maj. Belknap is to remain with us. The V. S.& P. clearly has no good will to Madison. li When plasters sell the:r cotton ') seed for four or five dollars a ton, ti it is time to start a vigilance coun- 1 mittee. I If the V. S. & P., would not imother us under an avalanche of freight charges, a good c,al trade could be built up in Tallulah. t See the appointments of Mr. it Newton, our next Congressman. Let him have a big turn ont on Saturday, Oct. 16, at Tallulah. The TIEs' artic...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 October 1886

FARM MANAGEMENT. Trees that Will Thrive Well if Planted on Low and Moist Ground. The Profit in Por-: Pro uction De pnd3 Almost Entir y on Providing Oher, Fo;. Trees on Low Land. Much has been written in favor of planting trues de,:gued to furnish tim ber, fence posts, and fuel on high, rocky, and sandy land. It has been statedl that land of this character is of scarcely any value for raising cultivated crops, and is almost useless for produc-i ing grass or other forage crops. If grass and clover do grow on land of this class it can not be harvested with out great expelne, and the land can accoediugly only be utilized for graz ing llirposes. "That trees valuable for producig ,uts, timber, and fuel can b grown on bsuh land is s ell known. Almost all the high hills and mountains in the country are covered from base to sumant with tries. Valuable trees also grow among masses of rocks, oft en sending the.r roots down many feet in search of smoi'ture. Most of the great pine fore-ts of 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. — 16 October 1886

MADISON TIMES. De\'VOTED TO TIlE \IELFARE iOF  I.DI)ýzN P.\AIsH VOL. 11I No. :16. TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. L:A.. SATURDAY. (CTOBE R 16. 1;. TEU.----2."0 P. YE .. .. . . . .. nu - i- s NEWS OF THE WEEK. DOIMr TI. -A .light eart!i; 't.O' ecutlrred at ann F r a n c i sc o , t '" l., , .' i 1 ".. . lin  "f t h* , I t h . -A I eav ".hck ,f 1. rt iqltake was felt atBardiii.ll . .. : ; . :l. on the 5th. .haki 'g up la 'uint 1 i L dai"n.late. -It ,.-t,,+.," .t: " I' t's'i l" 1," ; ' nearl!y $ , " ut. Sv tt ur 40111~.,~.ne r 4f I 0rit tare (olman *c .omplaiile I t , t . .t uthoritili tOdeetroy cattle i.:.t a th Ipluro pllion' onia. The body of ,' ,,, ' n. , :1Zd :3. was foud in the rin r .tt -.tair ltpids. II. dad only in 1his ;, : t, e. The death ia mystery. _-.EIUA J ·I[J. (tall fell ,ead on flaston,:l avenue neur a 'tlltr. at t. Luois. MP.. from as attack of a:poplelix. She wfa walJing with a party of friendsat the time. -The Illinois Supreme Court has denied the appiication o Attorne...

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

B. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. SAT U ItDA Y. (cT. i, I1s4. TafRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. oUr YEA, - - - - - - - *o 00 TOwa Yor,-- ...... so IllsU M0 rll, -------1 . -iEE OSI ----- Melober state Central Executive CWom. mittee. JonJy B. STOsE. District Executive Committee. J. B. STOS~, ofM~'di,,on. Ch'n. J. . H (;NvoiL. o " J. M. KENNEDY, o" East Carroll. A blue pencil marl: at t;, ;: para graph indicates 'hat io5ou ,'p tion will expire in, two weeks. A blue pearil mark at this para, graph means that this is the last time the paper will be sent to ijon, unless the subscription price is received be fore next issue. In future all legal a d erise - ments must be paid for bey'ore ths second iZserlion. If not paid for before t;' eday on which they should appear the seco;nd time, the pbb:ication will be discontinued. John Esten Cooke. the celebrated Virginia novelist is dead. Gen. John B. Gordon, has been triumphantly elected Governor of Georgia. The school fund...

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

ý . , Editor & Prop . v. ICKEIY, - - Publisher. sATIJRDAY, OCT. 1s, Js;. SO SUBSCRIPTION. ,nzsMlW. M -T. DI IsFT lusines is said to be dull. It turned cool Thursday night. Everybody set out an orchard. Cotton seed is only five dollars a ton. We have been having a splendid fall. Fifty cets a bushel is too much for corn. Incorporation is wanted now, and wanted bad. The new hotel opened with a free lunch Monday. A lock of wild geese flew over Tauulah Tuesday, bound south. 'The hotel bar is one of the very ]bknemest in this section of coun ry The hotel looms up big, and can em be seen for some distance. The steel cages, in the jail are Jnished, and the female and in se cells. There was a good snower in Tal llsh Wednesday, accompanied by high winds. The hotel will soon be ready for lodgers. The next thing need ed is incorporation. The jail will be readyto turn over t the Committee on Wednesday. It bua lot of boarders engaged. Squirrels are so thick in the oods that you can kill them ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 October 1886

TEN TO SEVEN. I mtct a little eit1 tI Return tig trom P:h, ' . i . He t nre a i l I ,, I n. th ti - :Iri As Iig a-: tu (1 , -c " il !. His ait aterbrlV it : I chain WVithi ;re Id . I0 . .. *'- y i;ttil lad . i I :, Would k:ow tL.e -i of sda." A smile lit up hii' m rr fa' As thioutl h tis- brt .,ro4 ,, lvevv, "I pla e,l.'" h ' s ,fle d n .t anu d tbale, And It is ten to cvlen." 'Tltv wa dtch is wirone. rn little ml an, It is bui t half at Iwo. Anht sue we tnet i" r!cht. how can It be So l tc. with v onI"' Then dhi tl e little lad rel,ly. We. I,lavid the Rede; of Devon, At twelve tilt eei the uianie eas tailed It closed at ten to seve.n "Thou little ass," in haite I sail, "7 hy wnudering w its rei ltlv : Tell re the time, thou ren.:i.'rde. He answelredl Ien to vi eu . I smote him wiithl my ratt iu cane, This liar of eIheve, 'The timer'' I -id lhie hlv, 1. With panlu, Andl answered. T-veni to seven.l Then I sIept up thi . grounil with ihiu, "Tell me the truth. t behaven "' With fe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 October 1886

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH I-- TDAT lNO. 37. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1886;. TEMS. F: VOL. ill NO. y WEFMLYNEwS SoouM RY. C, _--- It ts f ar r 4Fr ii9rUOrB fla'I. t 'l.'ian.. for tih., l1 ht , -t. ft. ., 3-1- T _r l.tlat gnlra ni-,'itilon Of sei taim t "c"vs t ili r 'l. Fli` hun Oc ddelegtea are exipe tc1l. s. M ijitcri al a 1 cia i,~t tf I t , pring. bTa nkrrenrJ If the . E. - iurcha met at h --toa tat Tuity. . p1lus tad a $:3,)00O tire Wednesday. 1 --- Vagb r idencu and ot her property si SAr D JTr an olil ritizen of Sc -la died sulenly at aicit ietla n. dr, Wednte Y lie wi n a itit ,ltn ip-" aedn del whil waking alongl the street. Whe deceaued was well known anld iopula iir. A ywtRxaK11'T~ inch rein t clt)? lhas tot been Irtrlk at 'ihilirothe. On0, o he grIyteat rarioaitiets t the fauit in Frankli county was a ltlnllmiiiiil In- fe dian maiden. This curi,,*ity was to,t'll about two years ago in Culirdo aIuttll W006 et i...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 October 1886

RI. C. WEIGHT.':. :, tor . Pr.; P. W. HICXEY, - - F -li5r. .it'I t;; »lY. ; . T 3ZTS OF SUflSCLIPTTIOT . six r ..,l'i. - - - - - - , FIXtLk : 14 I " " - - " 1I *nit.r stalte (',.,,r I"t :.4e"uti, {'o n . I)istrict Exclletive C'ormittee. J . 1;. S ',, - :. ,f 1f :.l ' ,i n . ( ',c'n . J . It. ,i tt l . f J . ` . K ,:ss:.: , , " l s t ( :rrll. A ,,, .,,.I , ' , , . graph I/i,;l.tle, tht,, r - ti, ,l ,',-l . " ,e t,1., g rap h i, c nI. .... 1,"; . ...,- , th ; .t t,, ,' t e pll pi r ir' be ! ,, to n  .', fors acxt i.lauc. Biloxi, Mi.s., again has a f,~\cr epidemic. The Vicksburg Southrons cap- 1 tured first plize at the Jackson I drill. Tammany rade a b1l1 stroke in nominating Mr. llewitt, and it was a 81succes. bribery miatt.r havy lecen arrcstel. (;en. W .Jin . .lhcehan otdestly, says he Coull lie ,persu.all, to nle rept the no-mination for (;Governor, and has no doubit woulI d41o +,,l:tcr i as (overnor, than lie did as Mayor of New Orleans. Mike Mc',ool, the cclbrat!ei' ~pugilis...

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

Incorport Get your car . :T " . " --Insure yo- _--Ir Only about tS .U..'."i+ - ..' Smas. - _ I. I" . Incortporttta Get yonr cai!' :t- * :'· I :.'". Insure yfolded tir ' t:.' Only about .',iU -" The cotton cr(l,, -:: " :: tory. The cotton tax :. :'-t have folded ticer, :t' -.i Fora cotton pic.' ' one has been hard t, ' The sizzle of sausa .' : :t ' soon be hearl in the l:; , .. McClellan Bros. & ' ::a i' opening a large 'itr --tc;k ,,f goods. regbeer nn tap at th,: Matli-in Hou", at city l,rice--tiv; cal-, t :! glass. , Blum can:up! -i 1 ,' wtit l.V-. miacanldy. Ytu ,c.d :. t '.iI ,., of to get it. There }wing no, :l ". 1 . there will bhe n.) ( ir, uit C' urt in Madison this tcr:l. Tallulah w;;1l ':Ve:' wit ! ,it eake, D elta t.i, ti:; ,.:', . It took some fre izj;t !,a: : ( ; :I, t, get from V:.'ek .bu: r tit I  .1. The east,`::,l :'"r train was about ten hours .at L.itt '-un day, on account (,f I!l,_ c,'!inz , anl and baggige car ,, t:ng fl thl, track. The jail was tiii-h...

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

Washington on the Outside. O' no Washington Corr. CIleveland Leader nal re Hr.dld. wi The I~ople of the United States an know hut little aboutt ~~a'.lhint:,'. hi. and of the sixty millions which % eL have nlow in tie ,.otntry, perhalt, da lifty lillio s hav n.cr \iitc I tt -: capital. It is the Iultost national cal- I ital in the world, :ltil travelers who it have gone the rounds of the globe say t hi they have never seen anything to lat rqulal it. It now contains over 210,. in ()00 people, and its citizens spn itd tIIOr lllOncy proportionately than at tho-e of any other city in the I nited t111 Rtates. It lies in :t sort of halin I if on I he ln:tl;ks of ihlo Potomnac, w hichl inti is an ile wide twhere it tlows by it. tic (Grte:t hills surround this bain, slop,- lti ing anlost albruptly up from lnounda- I" ry street, uhich bouindu the hcity on .ll the iinorth, :an I rising tpnwarl from the Ih inks on t ht of her side of tlhe river, Pa borne of thlese hills are wooded, and aitl o...

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

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE F 3MADISON PARISH~ VOL. [Ill NO. :,. TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA.. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30, 188;. T ---$2. PER EA -.I. MEWS OF THE WEEK. ISSOI'R I ITEN'. -MoerksIaop. N a 1,1.1 ,, i ,llt .1 l. ,u I.t, given her, bait Ai,' I',iI 11il it ,,k 1111a in the fare, aild hIut i t .! #ll , I I I tl. r fl deid than slive. Slle eal e, 1 hi nlllll l., onle daughter 14 and pult tiir 9a i1 nilai.ti"i. -The estate of the late [)r..i. II. M3rf.ean, of atetst meiicinefnll', am-ii ntii,. iti713, 9111 This is private "+--,, t,. : ove d sot inrlule real estatet. '1Iht rtints alotio from the doctor's real esttlate lnallunt to thousands of dollars Iper year. -Joseph fss of Pulaski county was ac edentally shot to death a few days ago while out hunting. .-Lbmoa ses a daily, called the Senti el. -The Palaski county Democrat clnims a ve hundred increase in circulation last month. -The Billings Times is booming the new county move, and proposes that Billings be the capit...

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

MIADISON TIMES C. WEIGHTXAN, Editor & Prop. V. HICKEY, - - Publisher. SAT URDAY, OUT. :;, Is. t TIMxS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Xs toAM, . ... - $2 o -[xZ MONTHS, - - - ---1 -URK0 MOX!T(H - - - - - - 75 bermilee Stat Central Executive Coin. mittes. Jons B. .rAs -. lstrlet Executive Committee. J.. B.SToN, of Madison, Ch1'n. J. H. H. GIl.O, of " J. M. KNNEuDY, of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this para graph indicates that your suhbscrip tien will expire in two weeks. A blue pencil mark at this para. traphAmeansthat this is the last time the paper w'ill be sent to you unless ohs subscription price is receired be fre anet issue. In futureall lei .' a.vertise - tnents must be paid for bere he second iznsertio;z. If not aid for before the day on which ihey should appear the secon;z ime, the publica'io: z i'l b.c discontinued. Earthquake shocks from Flor ida to Washington I). C., and Ohio, were felt last week, (Friday). Mrs. Cornelia M. Stewart, wife A. T. Stewart, the millionaire, ed in...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 30 October 1886

MADISON TIES I C. IO ' Editor & Prop •- :---- . V. lUgE, .- Publisher. -w$200 SATt'RD-Y, o(T. i. *Ws yEsR, - . . 1 23 Rs so5ns " - - .. Djj IFT. Incorporate. Cotton is coming in. gasing is hard to revive. Heavy frost Thursday morning. The cold wave struck Tallulah "onday. The coal supply of Tallulah is short. What was that you said about sausage? persimmons are in good condi tion since the frost. The jail is the most comfortable house in the parish. A new paper is about to be start ed ia Tallulah. The . S. & P. is doing a heavy reight business. The only way now to see the jail thoroughly, is to get put in it. This cool weather will likely msne a visit from Thomas Jerry. Reports from all over the parish indicate a full vote on next Tues '7. Bead the proclamation of the arish Executive Committee, and ally to the polls on Tuesday. Court meets next week. Monday is the day, bat as Tuesday is elec tie day, Court will hardly do any hdeies before Wednesday. The Tl[xs is under obliga...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 30 October 1886

rLse EHumre ile an rear. When George Stevenson asserted his ability to run passenger-coaches at a speed of twelve to fifteen miles an hour, scientific sad practical men deemed him fit for a mlateic asylum, but time has shown that trains may be run at a much greater vc:o, ity without materially adding to the daln Sof railway travel. The flight of th,. express on the Pennsylvania railway is a marked examptl'e o,f the ponsibilities i, the way of suenaininlg high rates of epeell. This road now rmn, the fasteat trainl iln America. Nine ahualrtd and twelve miles. including seven stops, are accamplllised in 25% hours, and the average time is 31.301 miles an hour. A portion of the distauce is run at the rate of 75 miles anl hour. At. aspeed of 60 miles an hour the driving 1 wheels of the locomotiveon this train make 268% revolutions a minute. William Van brlt'sspurt of 81 miles ia 61 minutee I on the New York Central is declared to l the highest rate of speed ever attained in this country, ...

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

M ADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH VOL Ill NO. :9. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1886. 'ERMS---8,.00 PER TYER . . ii i * i ***** l * i**....--** *......... .. .. . .. ... ... - .. .. ... ... . ..... ...... .. . .. n. ,i MW OFa THE WEE. 3S13OUR1I I TE3. - M well, the condemned murderer.who bawaitingAexecution in St. Li.J -. i r:.1 to hae become conmpletely unI.,r . ,,I..,.d t.dhW in every movement his ,.trier . j rib sad tos41a all ni;ht, ;.;-j .u. dary il his Mleepf and is ha u- t. ,1 I Vieds of the muriere-tl l'riler. -C. I Armtr, ng ,mrnmelncdl .t $1 I-'s,,ir dampi it in til i irtu,t t', rt. it -t. Loue., on thed .2.itauint .Jamlc., ii. i .lit. opeieto'of the Hiurst ih.l. .\r:.,-' ,, allegs that during the Trin.:ti i i a.d Fair week hei occuplied r c, :. i ]east's. for which lie wa. li layli a l ntalol $15. Un {i,t,~ im ner _I -r Slsmlaned po're-eion 'f t h, r ,,,, Fiaiweek, but itwas also denied l.,.n. ' the l se of the m onth of ,'"1...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 November 1886

WEIGHTMAN. ELitcr & P:rop. V. ICKEY, - - Pu,.is r. SATIURDAY. .1M '; ' 1 i ggg8 OF SUBSCBRIPTION. easa, - - - - MoTS - - - - - mlraLe Cent ral i~aetuti ve ('orn . iJo nx i:. -I,,rE. I, ~rt oxecutive Committee. J. B.STONE.of ('.L'1. U. GlFn.oI., of . M. K.NEJ.EY, of a:- (.ar, i .- i( iadicates tUht '. ,r," !,"-,"'i pil expire if) orn rol . sue pencil ,ark. ..' .. , ~, ' , meanstlha tlJ;l is t,'' !,.- t will be segt Uf /,,J t( :,, , S t"ion price is rc'rc ;i( b(c ast issue. forbe.r :e' :::.', " .shotdd a"'+e.::-. :,':., inued. r. Fewitt was e ected mayor of, York. building all along the bin progress. p' has been discovered in ity of Caldwcll, Kansas. State of Maryland (.0.(0) are employed in putting goods. 4Washington tailor is named y. He is not a Frenchman. y, Nov. 25th is desig the president as Thanks- 1 fay. ber of second hand polit ines can be ,purchased ia New York about now. Roosevelt, will probl, bSmoond on his Dakota cow -in the near future. leae of Representatives is a...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 November 1886

nISON TIMi g. OIG I Editor & Prop -: c - publisher SATURDAY. .;5 . a s or SescaIPTION. "- .YrS. - gJOBWORK D I- 'I T. Incoporate. tleaist weather. Colds are fashionable. S TuelSy war a good lay. Pltei . are still with us. allm it(iinues to come to t,)wn. Tios gate posts have been re t rned. Rain put in an appearance Wed ;esday. The eIison House opens well  ybow. I *geds north and south rail i adfaon. - . j wton'i election will not estested. , e 9 er has been trying to a foothold in Tallulah. Ksm owe the TrIEs anything. gwd time to pay it. iAy. Ldy needs rain except lsving cotton to pick. m heavy fog of Thurdlavy .dropped water like rain.  a wr hardly get as much for eattn after a rain as you did Deknis, who was quite ill early part of the week, is easrly his usual health. spened Thursday. and ad friday morning, when dawn to business. 3 ~s left for Natchez the week, where he has matters to attend to. jS. ldmes has been s. the house with fever, qi eat. inquire at the TIMES li...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 November 1886

&S: ' poStWfstetry Two Centurtes Old. In August. 1680. thle Pueblo Indians "'sd their mnoru' savage aliles, in a com biaed movement, .!rove the bSpanish e ttlers from Santa F.' a:td other points a the northern ,ort ont of this territory e. from their l:ome·. At the samte time the missions thr',glihout New Mexico " were destroyed, and the Franeisean and o&et "monks slaughteredl whenever * biey fell into the hands of their merci lesr enemies as were also the natives who bad embraced the Christ int reliion and refused to become apostate.-. The refiu geem from Santa le anit other points morth, when but a few miles from . ~ eo"lro, were so sorely jre--ed that S the were about to sllucumlllbl to their viage foe, when a large body of armed maa from this point caime to their res S,t :gon anddefeated the rebels. The unit ed Spanish forces retreatetd to Socorro, then known as the ini-sion of San Mlig uel. The poor, hluntel Spal iaird.. tind 'hlg o other nlills of le-tifying their grat...

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