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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 April 1914

Wor al aD Itraunal Mr. L R. Jacobs went ever to Alex andria this week on busiaaes. Mr. and Mr Leo Shields were visit ing in Tallulah Monday. Mr. Benj. J. Mitchel, of Aftni, was in town Monday. MarshallT. A. Smith went to New SOrleans this week. " Mr. P. H. Hebert, Deputy Sheriff, | left for Baton Rouge Wednesnay to I erury down a bunch of prisoners. Mr. and Mrs W. HIWard and their n daughter, Mrs Neil T. Holt, attended e moving pictures in town Thursday. i Mr. E. D. Helgason, of Vicksburg, t1 pent part of Thursday in Tallulah. 1 itv. V. i. Skipper held the regular ester Church Serviee in Delhi Sunday. ( Misses Virginia Robertson and Mary Yergerspent the day Saturday in Vick.. M. Abag m ~rwn 'pat v o p IaNhempoet the past "k vWit. & lWme er adn l A er, Mr. anad Mrs. I ank Brown. or Mr. Comall Cdman, o I ut aurer buday ia r town, the be cIwetf Mr. aMd Mra Gs. Spea. co _---- ,o Il we am rls smery ad Mia.. a beaell Bo y retred i hom !Ma lit M.t" Mr. and Mrs LE Bowea, o sal Mr. W. ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 April 1914

The Hollow - o - .I of Her Hand George Barr McCutcheon __ ~ ~Rm A IU~IV2DPFDS a'Mff SYNOPSIS. Wandall is tound murdered In e u near New York. Mrs. Wran lsmosed from the city and Idea bo4y. A young woman who ac Wrandall to the inn and sub sa deared is duspected. itt ear hd led a gay life his wife Mrs. WRndll for New YoTerk In an auto dur eg snow storm. On the way a u womas In the road to be te woman who killed ONAPTER I-Costed. was nothing left for me to why did you rob him?" I had ample time to think of all Tea may tell the ofeers they Severything hidden In that ellar. God knows I do not i's I am not a thief. I'm not as that." Wreadlll marveled. "Not so that!" And she was a murder weaton! am hangry. You must be fa I am not hungry. I have not of food." She sald it in such that the other knew what her Smad had been given over to the a ght before iLpois sesed her. "You hae food and a place where you 4 rest." she said. "Now don't say anything more I do t to know too much. The least L. ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 April 1914

' NEIGHBOR ASKED FOR INFORMATION WiWu Proqm l Df r ea Sei Lost e Tr e u Profit img Thereby. Miami, Okla.-"One of my neigh. bhor," says Mrs. Hannah M. Turley, of this town, "came to my house last week, and said: 'Mrs. Turley, what did you take to help you so quickly?' I told her it was just Cardul, the woman's tonic, and she said: 'I wish I looked as well as you do.' I told her If she would only get $5.00 worth of Cardul. and take it, she would. So she sent her husband to town to get the Cardul, and commenced taking it. She looked so pale and sick all the time, but is beginning to look better already. As to how It helped me--I suffered for about 5 years, with womanly trou. Ies, and became so weak and ner vous, and would suffer such pain every month, that I thought, at times, I would die. Was in such condition that I couldn't do my work half of h the time, and would have awful smoth lag spells. My husband bought me a full treat. asnt of Cardul (6 bottles) and I can tatbhfully say that...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 April 1914

A BE SNIKIEU e Pokse Suspected a mnd Plot, but Maybe It's Only a Hoax. BC bab was E TAKEN TO ZOO and eves at t --nl of a German Town, English- blai sad Russian; a Sherlock Tangle-Some Angles to Are Very lteresting. Bavaria.-Recently an Eng and his wife, stopling at one M hotels and harlng, appar .a abundance of money, struck tance with a 8candinavian, d a great show of Jewelry later arrived a Russian under the name of and who became chummy other three. The English to the police with a story R ssian was a man who had U his trail for two or three fiylag to rob or blackmail him. Ierred the sleuths and they in the Scandinavian and the the Scandinavian's apartment there was found in the neatly coiled, a 30-foot py which Is a whole heap of a take It from the keepers at U0 who lugged him away from bIepers said the python had "Il fed for many weeks and was from starvation. Some of the to the inquiry are intereatins. Tl tmwe the snake? The profound p0 dii Ir that he was to be turned the La ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 April 1914

THE- MADISON JOURNAL. INTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISHI, LOUISIANA, SATURIAY, APRIll 25, 1914 NEW SERIES--VOL. ? NO. 2) xican Dictator Refuses to Unbend; Naval Demonstration Being Made DECLARES EYING6 TIME PASSED ONOW minent and the United Clears Decks for Action. rMS INEVITABLE A INSISTED ON RECIPRO SALUTE, WHICH IS IM l.E ,SAYS WILSON. . - Action by the. navy of the United * St force Huerta to salute * n flag was held up * Tsday through opposition Smate to the form of the * jaeiution approving Presi iWhea's purpose as it passed ° Monday night. A re. the Senate was taken at = e. m. until noon Tuesday. * president while stating in to Congress that he * constitutional authority " Ib waiting for Congress. to " Its approval before order- * and Vera Cruz to be * a d other steps taken look- *  lration for the arrest of * bluejuckets at Tampico. * 4S spectacular midnight sees Senate discussed the * oaelution briefly. Sena- * *isted to Individualizing and a substitute res...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 April 1914

iNOW BIB BUSIIESS HOUSE READY TO CONSIDER WILSON'S "CONSTITUTION OF PEACE." QUICK ACTION IS PROMISED Democrats to Pass Bill Exempting La bor Unions and Farmers' Organi zations From Prosecution Un der Sherman Law. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington.--Quick action is prom lead by the Democratic majority in congress on all the "big business" bills commended to the consideration of the law makers by President Wil son. It now can be taken for grant ed, however, that no drastic rule for limiting debate to a few hours will be put into force by the house leaders. There was too much opposition to the rule cutting off debate on the ques tion of the repeal of the tolls exemp tion act to make it seem wise to en act, at any rate immediately, another rule of the same kind. Of course this does not mean the administration's anti-trust measures will be debated in the house of rep Teesntatlves for any great length of time. An agreement will be reached that debate shall close at a certain time and the "cer...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 April 1914

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal OXFORD RELAY TEAM INVADES AMERICA -of the best runaers of Oxford university, England. have dalled for America to compete with the Univer pjollvaaia in a relay race of four miles. In this photograph the Easglishmen, from left to right, are:  aebe, G. M. 8proule, D. N. Gaus and N. 8. Taylor. VILLA AND HIS GASOLINE CHARGER Vlla, commander of the coostitutionalist army in northern Mex the horse for the motorcycle. He is here seen mounting Uremetle charger, which he rode during the operations against NG CHICAGO MOTHERS TO VOTE -..1 of Chicago went to the polls by the thousands, and that  dren did not prevent their exercisting the franchise is shown h. In It Sol Van Prsag, lieutenant of "Bathhouse John" asees taking care of babies while their mothers cast their votes ward alderman. -, ,  .  t. * . . ' -'" . ------  - Sand Their Uses. need on the ocean and In some In crests, breakers b na. They are also ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 April 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL «t CO I'UBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. re a E()OR(E S'ENCER, Editor. st ()rvcs TEL EPrONr, NUMBER 7. Official Journal of Madison Pariah. Oflicial Journal Fifth D)istrict n Levee grard, Sch,,ool BIolrt, n 'olleec Jury and Town of c," Tallulah. fi $1.50 Pita ANUM Is ADVANCE. Entersd Jan. 10tlh, 1908I at Tallu- g h1 ._a., as secondl-class mail tl matter, under Act of Congress of March : _379. * The JOURNAL ts not responsibld for r he views and opinions of correspondents appearlng in its columns. TALLnLAHu, LA., APIir. 25, 191)1 t WAR IS ON The patient efforts of President WilsoI to avert war, at the pres ent time may not lie properly appreciated by the American people, hut if war results, time will verify the wisdom of his actioIns. The snlujuution of Mexico,' with ~rns will lie (omparatively I easy, but the difficulties result- I ing will not be as easy to solve. I Modern war is expensiveami the 1 ehirrges incurred in carrying to a t conclusion an invasion against Mexi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 April 1914

r.M. P. Erwin, from Rose Mir", is on a visit to his Sthis week. . W. I. .,erger, of Mound. b relatives in town Wednes- e afternooni. aI tgsdnm'es W. IC. Spannn and c g,. Crnig spent Wednesday Vicksburg. Mr. Geo. S. Yerger, of Mounds, ithe past week for an exten- d business trip to the north i ": i east. L r.. Rob ..pent several dnys F gdards the past week, re-M SWednsndiY. o Mi's Queente Elwin was the of Miss Mary Yerger this gohlonl improvement League at 3:50 PI. M. on the first y in next month, May 1st. , Mrs lbeeves spent several days  ondheimer the past week ier sister, Mrs Abernathy. MiUsilattie Blair left Sunday Leland where she will be the t ti-tof friends this week. A Mrs. Chas. Coltharp and Miss a McClellan were visitors to 1 e.burg the past week. t Miss Georgie Scott co.,tinnes Ag school, which is pro-' ng nicely. "Min Simmons, of Mounds, several days in town this cr. Nicholas Norman, Eye ialistof Little Rock, will he a Tallulah I)rug Store May 4th 5th. Work Guaranteed....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 April 1914

TheHollow - - -, b* of Her Hand $. L"George Barr McCutcheon 1 ' s ' or~anvria v CUl r ? W Y : CVPrAeYgP//1 dYYDD, MEAD & CD Y/MNY I YNOPStII. Chalis Wrandall I found murdered It a road house near New York. Mrs. Wran dall is summoned from the city and Iden tlhee the body. A young woman who ac cogpanied Wrandall to the inn and sub sequentl disappeared, is suspected. Wrandall, It appears, had led a gay life 4ua neglected his wife. Mrs. Wrandall starts back for New York in an auto dur itg a blinding snow storm. O0 the way she meets a young woman in the road who proves to be the woman who killed Wrandall. Feellng that the girl had done her a service In ridding her of the man, who though she loved him deeply, had Saused her great sorrow. Mrs. Wrandall determ.nes to shield her and takes her to her own home. CHAPTER II LCoAtlnued. Half an hour later he departed, to rejoin her at eleven o'clock, when the reporters were to be expected. He was to do all the talking for her. While he was th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 April 1914

o TWINGES rheumatism is caused Mime' When the kid the blood of uric acid, ito crystals like bits ig the muscles, joints ·p casings. Torturing ogh the affected part I med. lBy curing the may Kidney Pills have of rheumatic cases, esa, gravel. neuralgia H IA gassed sod U .FALP. .Y. U. d - gi k ' .ou Suffering From Intoxicaton .n "poisonin g, Sbdi poisoned. from toxc subSteam pdoo whn the MBs a condition due to the stomach bow kidneys iver, aor = e body failing to throw off the poisons. Morethani% of adults from this trouble. This Is pobably whyp are sualng from bdsodby WltonatIam Yor whobesystemmseds rdu SD PIEROE'8 OOLDEN . MEDICAL DISCOVERY Ltgb 7 W A Fam) E -gimy ts trouble. It fot aids the system to poisons. Itactsasatonickandaa **** o body to eliminate its own polns without ..f aid. Obey Nature's warnins Your dealer -Mee~ly roe. or wao m se Sc for a sasple r..d IlaeL A1 d ssL 3r.R.V.PIe.3ishb L .n.t. _N.Y FOR MALARIA =er TONIC ret sold by your drglst, will be sent by Parcels Po...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 April 1914

LUTTLE GIRL HAS SFUN IN A WRIEC Sails About Cabin on Tabu While Her Mother Is Busy Bailing Out. SAVED BY STEAMER Seagoing Infant Looked on Proceeding As a Natural Experience, and Wai Entirely Undisturbed by Smashing of Roaring Combers. New York.-Helma Jensen, a flive ':,e.rold girl of Viking stock, arrived here with her father and mother and assisted in reporting to the agents the wreck of the American three-masted schooner Laura M. Lunt, of which hei father, Captain Oscar Jensen, an Amer Icanised Dane, was the skipper. Helmsa and her mother have shared nearly all the voyages of Captain Jen se since the birth of the little girl The mother spent six weeks aseorE Just before and after the birth of Helms and thereafter the child spent nearly all of her life afloat. The story of the wreck of the Luni has been partly told, but not the yarn of Helma's indifference to the tem pests that smashed the sturdy Lunt. The Lunt was driven several times aeross the gulf stream in her efforts to weat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 May 1914

O IHE MADISONUI JOU9 N AL. BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1914 NEW 8ERIE--VOI,. NO. 21 uth American Nations Offer Mediation; B Vera Cruz Cost Seventeen American Lives OFBlIM. FIFTEENTH CAVALRY ON THE MEXICAN BORDER lssmth emtkr, whch h ben stationd at Rbrt Bla, Is hrse~c a march acros the Tes desrt S< r. READY PEACE PLANE WILSON ACCEPTS OF CONTFINES TO PRE FBP ACTUAL WAR. -Formal acceptance' buts government of the Argestina, BrazIl and their good offices to us1 an amicable settle' be dfmculty between the 1kut and Mexico was a-' bstgh Ambasador Riao ' night by Portillo y minister Ia the Hu i note was transmit ' to the three Bouth' dilomats, who began a' at et e which asted ' 0 light disuosing the ' In their peace plea.' irna havitng accepted' good offices, the first eempleted and the way ltiatioas. from Germany, Great' mace advising Hue _ad the approving at ' Iatia.Amerlean coo-' to be respousli , acceptao c o.m Pkws Ireea. Pan-American dip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 May 1914

CAN'T SHIRK WORK CONGREss Is NOT LIKELY TO AD JOURN AS EARLY AS HAD BEEN EXPECTED. MR. WILSON IS INSISTENT After the Senate Has Dleposed of the Canal Tolls Exemption, the Rural Credit BIll Must Be Taken Up. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. - President Wilson, Representative Underwood, leader of the Democracy in the house of repre uentatves; Representative Fitzgerald. chairman of the house committee on appropriations, and Senator Kern,. Seeder of the party membership in the upper house, all have declared at one time or another in favor of an early adjournment of congress. Since he Bret spoke on the subject, however. President Wilson has intimated to the newspaper correspondents assembled before him that there would be no cur tallment of the legislative program so as to secure an early moving day. It has become evident from the at titude of the president that no mat ter how the congressmen may feel about it, they are to be expected to enact anti-trust legislation and then to add rural c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 May 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal MARINES BOARDING TRANSPORT FOR MEXICO .. _ yý 4le e d r a e f e uh a o e l aK t e n v to )ae a w t r t e ae we e h r ed a o d 41 i uje f4w tnl e KING CAMP AT FORT BLISS, TEXAS taken at Fort Bla, Tan, showing a regiment of regulaw aempR Is typieal of the scenes at many of the army posts S are gettig ready for possible service against Mexico. NEW HAMPSHIRE IN ACTION of the battleship New Hampshire Bring a broadside gives m Nay be witnessed at Tamplco and Vera Crus. The New Hamp Sthe vessels in the Atlantic feet and carries 46 guns. Sold. Yea .row fa NM~c posses S .,-ke and * loe ,;: de the TI ,-~. ,f art, celeb .:England, . N* a , n, old. i!t It, an n. ha be ta 9rst of t was ot C J hen la ott . .' -ol - t ·. .to l el f~ ·li:· I- ..... '::e it~t·., 1 :atwl as one of the most Interesting and rarest things in England. Since Lord Pembroke announced his intention of selling the coveted diptych, enormous offers have pour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 May 1914

THR IADISON JOURIAL d P U Y SD A TR U SATURDA Y. P GEORGE SPENCER, Editor. ti Orr)o TELEPHONE NUMBER 7. t] Onfeis Jeured l Mfdim.o PrbW. . dfflcial Journal Fifth District Levee Board, School Board, Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. S$1.50 Pan AxNNUM i ADVANCE. r Entered Jan. 10th, 1903 at Tallu J.1- .t., as second-class mail t matter, under Act of O~,ngress t of March p _379. The JOURNAL is not responsible for be views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its columns. TawMLAu, LA., MAY 2, 1914. ELECTION LAW. One of the crying demands of the day is the amendment to . the election laws. The mnemory of man cannot. ,run back to a time when the a election laws did not need amendment. Every session of the legislature doctors the elec : tion law. - The men in office want it fixed to keep tihem in, and those out of office want it fixed so they ,can get in. Theoretically the present law Ies nod, but in nmatters of detail there are many conflicting pro Visions and there are require b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 May 1914

and rramtna ' Ieool Imprnvement Lengu ehave charge of moving pi(c. 1bow Friday, May 8th, 8 F Everybody cnme. .. Nicholas Norman, Ey list of Little Rock, will b llulah i)rug Store May 4t 5th. Work 3i.aranteed. Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Newell Jewellton, La., passed thru lah Thursday, en route t ippi on a visit to Mrs ell's parents. 1 you need reading glasses o t glasses, see Dr. Norma. @he Tallulah Drug Store Ma; and 5th. Work guaranteed ladies Aid Society o h Methodist Church wit a lawn party and baby shoe reka, the home of Mr. ani Albert Nicols, May 15th -per eyes trouble you whil or doing elose' work or i esler with headaches, con Dr. Norman at Tallulah Dru May.4th and 5th. - M. P. Erwin and Mist Erwin entertained a feu most delightfully one this reek at 500. this date the stlores will daily at 6 P. M. except ay, Infantry Chapter, U. peet at Wayside on Mo.n non ate4 o'clock. All are urged to attend. MY J. HOLMES, Pres, J. 8. Agee spent several Vicksburg this week. Barbara and Genevieve w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 May 1914

. The Hollow 9 of Her Hand , - "tCGeorgee Barr McCutcheon SYNOPSIS. Challsle Wrandall I found murdered in a read house near New York. Mrs. Wran dall isto summoned from the city and iden UAee the body. A young woman who ac eompanied Wrandall to the inn and sub sequently disappeared. Is suspected. Wrandall. It appears. had led a way life and neglected his wife. Mrs. Wrandall starts back for New York in an auto dur lag a blinding snow rtorm. On the way she meets a young woman in the road who proven to he the woman who killed Wrandall. Feeling that the girl had done her a service In ridding her of the man who though she loved him deeply, had aused her great sorrow. Mrs. Wrandall determinee to shield her and takes her to her own home. Mrs. Wrandall hears the story of Hetty Castleton's life. except that portion that relates to Wrandall. This and the story of the tragedy she forbids the girl ever to tell. She offers Hetty a home. friendship and security from peril n account of the tragedy....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 May 1914

N COULD NOT SIT UP pDes Her Own Work. l Pnkham's Vegeta. Helped Her. Obo. -" I am enjoying bet sg w than I have for twelve years. When I be gan to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound I could not situp. I had female troubles and was very ner vows. I used the remedies a year and I can do my work and for the last eight months I have worked for other - I cannot praise Lydia E. qVeetable Compound enough I never would have been as I l not taken it and I recom mefering women." r Helped Also. it b my daughter when she years old. She was in ewr a nervous wreck, and nights. Now she looks da even the doctor speaks ages publish this letter if you BsA BOWMAN, 161 S. loth 1 e, , ohio. o wmens continue to suffer eat and drag oata sickly, eaistence. missing three s joy of living, when they habb in Lydia E Plakham's S mpound ? hamw the sllgbtest doubt I Plnkhamu's Vege )Lynn, Maas.,forad r later will be pened, w d byr ass woram Met Appreciated. a lit-made man," maid Mr. aI sppose your wife a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 May 1914

STORY OF VERA CRUZ " ptum' of Mexican City After Two Days' Fight Presents VMd PictuW VALOR OF OUR BLUEJACKETS Warship Shelled Buildings In Which Metleus "nelpers" Had Taken Ref. UegNaties Surprlied at Coun tees of American Troops. Vesr Cra. Mexico, April 24. 'Twelv Americans were killed and thirty wounded before the city of Vera Crus came into the undisputed oseseielon of the Amerlcan invading 0"ree after a twoday fight Although the Mexicans suffered more severely. the number of their casualties has not ben asoertained. The beet estimates obtained by Capt. William R. Rush of the battleship Florida Indicated that In the engagements of Tuesday and Wednesday their dead numbered sheet one hundred and fifty. No per sea knows how many Mexicans fell wounded, as many of them were taken away and hidden by friends. In the streets about the plaza Wedneday afternoon lay fifteen or twenty bodies, a majority of them at tired In citizen's clothing. Some of the men evidently had been dead since th...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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