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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 April 1887

MADISON TIMES SC. ZIGTar A, Bditor a Prop. .. IICI Y. - - Publisher. SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1S87. 5sw0 of Uasca WPo°. --ss -A3t - '- o ·h-n 15 vses WN"". - - - 7 Tz sale to-day. a pagis are dull. Cotton needs more rain. lae meeting Monday. Tail is the time of year to white- 2 The Wr is about out of the 'i Wodndy was a regular sum nser day·. The Best Pa have aboutd issaid te was fret Tues-. Squterld shoes will shortly pat is s pprse. A stI railroad commissiou is B wa.ed badly in Lounisia,. SThe rain Suday night did some I a4st mere is needed. 3 Capt. Ifolmes moved into his new 'ouse last week. The Lhcks are still with us. but B 1 sa "Iltng to be" torn down. a 'The Trms will not receive any advsseeets that require weekly chmane". 'allulah has something of a I ,is.. Considerable building is Sgsin. Mr. Eisly has improved the ppseaee of his proporty by wbl iasiing. Ih are slow about biting. They -, leas enterprise than Mns. iander the new rates the rail t.nds eoolly charge $1t50. em a car...

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 April 1887

ORATORY. It The TPast end Present stylKe ot Amer. tl lanp and Engllshb sp*ethMaktng b Compared. - Not many years ago the readiness of Amer cans :n pointed and effective speech was at once the awlmirdon and the envy of oar slower anrd Miore hest tat:na cousin- on the other side of the Athlatic. While John Bull would be Lumm ag and lat-ha- n; ill the opening is sentences of what lhe h:al to sa,, JuDan in than would set forth the outl ne of his di subject with a tiersp cuity and felic ty which left noth ng to desire. Nor was the git coutined to the educated class- o0 es. All sorts of ameetings and in all er sort of compa'l i.s, ga:thered for all to sorts of purposes, all sorts of meu dt would rise and g:ve their views plaiuly as or flrilily, as the case might tie, but always readily and clearly. Natturally ti a a country whiere the g ft of speech ei was so great, p.iblic sp:ak ng was a th powerfal element in all m.ttters of pub- Ita Mjc couceru. In polit cal coatests the ri eloquence...

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 April 1887

...... MADISONN TIMES. DI_ :VOTE 1TO TIHE WELFARLi U 3U4D~Ii I'ARIViL - .-- O. 1. TALL(LA-. MADISON .'ARI'I.. LA., SAT'U DAY. APRIL 3o0. 1887. E .... PERI V(L. \'.--N . 13. I 'A L 'A .M D ,'O )~..H .A,: 'Ui .' P~. t! 87 '"IM--It0 PRi~ ..... .. .. .... ·) )· lr3; 'I'R'_"""L() ,m,, • . . ., , .. .. HER BOATMAN. ' It asa mooilit ,ighit. The r7i\er, dat k atl );! l'.en. moved in its rod tcbed ; Rn' gigantict -erpent half )over COu:t I. J letiutrgy of sleet,. Here and : the moonbeams fell ",i..in the surfas e of the water, great 'o;f silvery whlite.ness, amidst, the dark- shadows cast by the ieavy fo 2 ;trof the cedar shrubbery which grew I*t ween the :almost perpendicular rocks oi the high banks. Fity feet above the surfar of the water they reared themeltlvss. and at. one point they jutted forwardl as it to( aliute each other, while the river be neath them deepened and narrowed.. .At this point a brid~te had onceboetn. thrown across-a bridge which had beoome a complete ruie, one tim...

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 April 1887

ADISON T1MES C. WEIOHTMAN, Editor & Prop. W. RICIEY. - Publisher. SATURoDAY. A,'IL :, , 4S . MYZSx OP SUBSCRIPTION. a V1AI, - - - - - - - St 00 X38 MONTHS--------- guesis oNT~t - - - -* * 7 maaer State Central 1Kxecatve Corn. JoHN II. SToSe istrict Executive Committee. J. B. STONE, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GuILorL., of " J. I1. K.ss.r,. of East Carroll. A ble j,earil mark at thia sara ph ijadirltes that your ,btescrijp will erpire in ,r twreeks. A blae peneil mark at this para, h teaas tlhat this is the last timen * paper will be seat to lot tealess1 osb.criptio) price is reecired be msea issue. SJacob Sharp the New York brib Shas his trial set for May 11. C ncordia proposes to take the tax matter to the U. 8. reme Court. · The New York star is said to we been purchased by Maj. E. - . Burke, Henry Grady and Col. The Claiborne Guardian thinks Boatner movementa bolt pure, i ,d undefiled. The Claiborne 4tltdian is about as fit to direct lublic opinion, as any paper could .~ ,e not ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 30 April 1887

wAISONTIiurES _ = ---- Jut . Editor I Prop. 18fi 1 . . Pablisher. t *p O! s R CIP TION. - ssr. " . - I 25 m fJ-- SOc -.$UW. pri tin Incorporate. tip police Jury meeting Monday. e red The noise of the falling shacks rat is at last heard. The weather has been too cool for this time of year. to The mails are still irregular. Lei Ietters are carried by, too frequent- al ly. p h i1 rlys. I. C. Monette, wife of Mr. 1 A. C. Monette, died early Friday "tI Morning. so This is the last day of April. inn Fish fry's anod picnics will soon bet be in order. The jail is full again. It is spuch a comfortable building, that they will get into it. in Chills and ferer are getting uri around. The long dry spell was iti probably the couse. fiti The mail service is not all that chi it should be. A little more care should be exercised. The Industrial Giazette of St. Louis is a welcome visitor, and m is full of valuable information. sm Sunday was more like winter th thea was agreeable, and the TIMES th Sso...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 30 April 1887

TRANCES AND DEATH. Why Peele do0 et Recover Co:elousasse tSh (irave. I'roem th NeSw York Herald. '"There is no excuse for any one be ing buried alive," saild l)r. W. A Hammond. A Herald reporter had called on him in reference to the buri al alive of Miss Stikney, of Indian apolis, who was takeun out of a vault and found to be in a trance-state, and did not die until several weeks after her funeral. "No," he continued, "there is no ex case for it. The tests of death have been brought down to such a point that any 'omn!etent physician would have no difficulty iti accurately deter mining whether or not death had tak ei place." "Does decomposition always set in after death?" -"Invariably. proviled the body is not frozen. Of course you can freeze it and keep it for years before it will deecompose-jupt as fish are kel,t frozen for market. The salmon that you eat now w.-re caught last spring, and have len k-ept frozen ever since. They are just as ood.' "D)o vou iniaiinie that there is an...

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 May 1887

MADISON TIMES. 1 ,'VOTED TO TULr WEI.\ARE OF u 31.1DI'ON .~.1 ..II VOL. IV.--SO. 14. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISIIH LA.. SATURDAY. MAY 7. 1887. Et A FRMI AD UHOUSEHOLD. Seubehold IIst?. Polish of mahogony color: Two ,onces of beeswax cut fine, spirits of taraentine, one ounce; one dram pow dered resin. Melt at a gentle heat, and add two drains of lndian red to prv it a mahouany color. hffee i taken early in the morning on an emnty stomach is said to act as apreventive azainst intectious and Um.s a" ute epedtllic diseases. Oii for red turniture.-Take linseed t oil; put it into a glazed pipkin with as much alkanet root as it will cover. Let it boil eedtly. and it will become of a stion» red color; when cool it will i beit for use. a Infamnmations are more safely and far more agreeably subdued by the t application of warm water than of t coklt'. IC Don't neglect to give the baby a g "iri'ik of water once or twice a day. I "Thv,,ursinl baby cries of*'.'r from g h irnt than frontm hunger. ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 May 1887

MADISON TIME= ,. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY. Publisher. 8AT LRDAY. MAY 7, 1h87. TURM8 OP SUBSCRIPTION. Osll wy , ........ oo00 $11 YOxTuIs, 1 25 iTER MONTs. 7......1 25 yg znsro.s. .......... 75 Member Seta Central Executlve (om. mittee. Jons B. rTOxN. Distriet Uxeeutive Committee. J. B. STose, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GILFOIL, of " J. M. K3iuEDY, of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this para graph indicates that your subaerip ties will expire in two weeks. A blue peniel mark at this para, graph nmeaas that this is the last ti me' the paper will be sent to you unless thL subscription price is receiced be Dire next issue. They are Just emerging from 1 winteruin the North west. The gold fields of South Africa, o $Se on a new boom. d McEnery can never be beaten by e Iicholls. S'mother man. -- CI New York City is enforcing an d old blue law, and the citizens of g that city go thirsty on Sundays, 1 The west was visited by a severe * rstorm last Sunday and Monday. Ml...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 May 1887

MADISON TIMES Ct. wsGE TrMN , Editer & Prop. V. V. IVCl ," - Pablisher. iTUBIR AY MAY 7, 1887. -fo -& " - 0t a l:a IF I T. Iermprate. The mud did not last long. Freight trains on the V., S. & P. t are too rce. The heavy rain of Tuesday night was much needed. i Down go the shacks. At last t they are being removed. , The town has. been treated to j whitewash pretty liberally lately. Miss Annie Delony, has been t, visiting Mliss Amanda Stone this week. Miss Katie Junkins and Miss ti Mamie Brown of Natches, are visit ing Mrs. Allnutt. b It is said that the Superintend ent ofthe V., 8. & P., Mr. Clarke la mcommitted most of his errors said mistakes under the advice of t Mr. Bond. tl The Rev. C. K. Marshall will 5i preach at Tallulsh next Saturday, ri and the Sunday following, May 14, i sadlth, t 11 o'clock a. m.Satur- S day, ad in the evening, and at 11 o'clka m. Sunday. j It is said on good authority that g' ' Mr. Bond will shortly leave the P V. M. and V., S. & P.,...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 May 1887

FARM TALKS. The Meoth of April-Increasing Dairy Production, Spring Work. Eto. Den: Perlev Poore, in The Americana Cwllivator, Learned writers tell ts. thait the name of the month of April is de rived from the Latin word Aperio. *l Open." In allusion to the open ng of the buds of trees. flowcrs, etc. If this were the case, it would make Apr I sin gular among the months, for the names of the rest do not contain any reference to the natural cond. tions or circum stances. Among tile Romans April was conslderud as Venus's month, on account or the reproductive powers of Nature being aroused in it. The flirt day was espec :lii set aside as Featurm Ve scris et Io'ltunacea Irli.s a festival which h:as g ven place to the presenit ridicnlous custom of April fool ng on that day. The ancient Sarxons called April Otcr AlonaJut. The only plausi ble or.gin for the appelrlltion being that east winds prevail at thi s se'on. T'he term Easter is supposed to have come from the same origin. The sun enter...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 May 1887

. il.ll aE I -... !J IIL EI l ll..L. ...EJn.5' ' ' . . l IIII I I l IIA.L. - H I I .. .II . l. L1 , . , f.• 1 ' 1 mu I n • a"" "" " " " mE ' • ' I"= ' * . ,, ,.,,, , , MADISON TIMES. D'VOTED TO THE WELIn-: I F )1.MtTL LIHAT R i;, E S-. 15L. [V.-N . . T.LLL L.lIH. MADISON PAR[SH. LA.., SA.FTUIE D.,Y, m-11 11. 1,7. 1t ,s---".0) IE( \El APRIL TO MAY. I as 5',eetlng away; ra 7.y fair daughter May. T'fe e'rh will soon be In rour keeping. ;ea'll and everthbing new And in ven good form. In the air store of ,les. And the winds softly was in rr ess up th. crocuses., _eptug. Te w'ili iad the hills greea. p In vallevs between , iN sits telln,, the storv a es I caressed thew Wllt sun wares and shower. A. fed themp nud Irrse"wI thmtn - Tes, everr ,mall dluwer That ef m its ,!ue-purpler gur:. AU, m dearest hill M.ar If ya bad things 'Jelav LIlbad, eihul oft linger a;r,.v '.-c.ated D wory ar fret. wait gently awhile; at a frero never yet Did tie work of a stle he MgsthaY I utten have noted. Cdr...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 May 1887

_--.- .- -. M'ADISON TIM l:SE ; . C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. RICKEY, - Publisher. PATLUItIAY, MAY 14, 1I. TBaRM OF SUBSCRIPTION. .Os Y6AR, - - - - - - - - - "~, 'SarxI !o er , - - - - - - I .' ?RIB3 MONTIIM - - - - - i, ,ller b tate (:eutraIl KEecutive ('oIua. IlilI1t "". J ne' I.L Ixe. r District Executive Commnittee. J. IB. 'roxe:, ,,f M-l ison, ('h',. J. H . 61;t.,,,L., f '" S J. Al. K :xx r'V, lf I:t- ('a:rrol!. A blWe rencil mark at t1,h; Jr ,,, pvuph ini;ratr.< ,ha, ,r sut,·rr; !o, _s A ill c ,pire in, two ,r, ., SA blue prncil s.tr'l; at this ,,ra . loph .meatsthat this , ., t,, lst tire 4 . paper will l.Ie srt to !I, , r,,'.c. ea sebseripti,,t prier is r'ei'uld be Ssext issue. Ipaorporate. Insure in thel Security. Europe is still at peace. Politics seem to be taking a rest. Everybody sign the railroad pe. SMeEncry is almost certain to be next Governor. The rise in tile Mississippi i.l r, ald nobody hurt, SThe last rise in the Mi-sis.ippi too small to suit 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. — 14 May 1887

MADISOL TIMES ,. C. IogTAN, Editor & Prop. . V. EICi ' ". - Publisher. I 0TU- ý syUBSCRIPTION. oXll ri I " TO .im l5. - " 1 pI rFT1 Who said pic-nic ? summer is with us. Insure in the Security. Vote the railroad tax. Stop at the Madison olluse. Freight trains are too selolun. The nights are still very cool. Police Jury meeting MIon:Iy. .1 cat is a very deceptive animaIl. , Court brought lots of people to I town. Th" crops are getting along a 1 right. 'rhe shacks have not all been , torn down yet. Ia 11hat does all this talk about at , fish fry mean i The dLiys are long enough flri a31 reasonable person. a: There appears to be an invasion t of fies in Madison. 1 Peaches have been shipped North from Mississippi. You can almost hear corn crack r as it rapidly grows. Don't forget the corner stone eWremonies June 1st. Heavy shower of rain and hail Wednesday afternoon. Court adjourned Thursday after soon to Wednesday next. Mound has )been made a lla, SMation. The company is to sting...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 May 1887

* ed It. w seed, and ever hare been Cohmn ad stei are wer vry Nimp by some er ar ve7 best people. IM. T. J. Ma Mrb , a Pub. d swiatteN rbenma and * Lad 8t. u l 011 ery iseala." Withet laws is othiag efeed: withbout ebsevaeso thseol is everythklg d eviL We a acre that the sake er with Pile o gives Tabler's Buckee Olatmest a M al wil eOpeoese a oomplote ase, and go~ ea b rejoicing that there L a m lrdy lr Iles. composed of simple oL. s o gSwhih fulfll the purpose this ta aM the soospites lis temeod . Tiamf apon Isgod is very wai seeMa I. E flesl i sN of Risckes sad Ma gsmas dl ao gl a ier. v beo[ me Ct. Veu btrLuoea of Pars Gel Liver OS. t ipon s very wonderful Read ti Po· :' have seed I S Paul. aes I. seems of ickets and harssems el Ules tasldiag sad have hss mere than lmd with the results, as is every ease Ik provesut was markd."-J. M. mM, lM. D., NoV York. A writer says that "Drees is weea's pesat eousadrm." It is hoped that she %W sever he smpslesd to give it p. ir fsed Pmrpess IS...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 May 1887

MADISON TIMES. I),'v\'OrID TO TTIE WIIA.\Rl; OF MADIMON PAoIfIS ';i,. IV.-NO. 17. TA.LLULA ll IADISON PARIISH, LA.. sATURDAY, MAY 28. 1887. ns--. Yt ........ - - .,...... .._ ...__ . .. ..._ .. .._ _... n n , ," I YARM AND GARDEN.: CLLTIVATINU SPRING GRAIN. IltH ommoaly supposed that ifter S fgq grain is sown nothing more can * be dams to it until it is ready to harvest ot the cultivation by the slanting aeLt harrow e ther before or after the raMl is up ean only improve the crop. I is net sale to harrow where grass elais sown. as even if it has nbt qgWsted it may cover the small seed mn 4sspy. I g NiALLEST PIGS IN A LITTER. " agwery litter of large numbers there e slhays be one and sometimes two watigah As the only business of a ag is to make growth sad fat, these rosprdseans should be culled out as Ss a m possible. and ether sold, given sway or knsld. The time and labor sqalred to bing these ronts ip to their tates might be much better ex p ed la some other way. u6KuTCAR HORSES....

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 May 1887

MAIDISON TIMES1'S I. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - Publisher. SAT UI)DAY, MAY .8, 1887. TDRMS 0 SUBSCRIPTION. 0e1 YEAR, - - - - - - - - -$ O(1 StI MOTIIn-, - - .. 1 2.' TRE MONT - - - - - ...... 75 Member state Central EzxectUve Corn. maittee. JolN IIt. T.roL Distriet Executive Committee. J. B. SCTo.x, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. Gll.°oiL., of J. M. KE.NNus)v, of East Carroll. A blue jencil mark at thi jora graph indicates that your sabscrip lion will epire in two weeks. A blue peaYil mark at this para. graph meats th1it this is the last time the paper will be seat to you saluess j the subscription price is reccired be fTre Stet issue. Incorporate. Politics are mighty quiet." Cuba has a small-pox epidemic. New York grave diggers are on a strike. Yellow fever is reported from Key West, Fla. The Bienville New Era is now printed at Gibbsland its original domicile. Hon. Sam'1 Pasco has been nom :Inated and elected Senator from SFlorida. All'the suspensions of the long ;...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 May 1887

iL ,M AN, Editor & Prop I .W. r - Pnblisher. 5TCL'D . . I Y ... 1y -l - pD IF'TI'. Evfthing is growing. nubscribe for the TrEI. WednesdaY June 1st, is the day. Circuit Court opened Wedinesday. The mils need loking after again. Good wer iill scarce in Tal lulah. )PeU i! it has been warm this week. Heavy soaking rain Thursday night. When will the Irst pic-nic ,be announced? Pay your eubsaription and look cheerful. MadAuon Is bound to have that ra Jury erm. The ice busioess is good, but thet v,,vrcoav trade is dull. aij E. A. Burke will a:ttnd thi laying d the corner---t, le. Iev._r. Hart of Monroe will preach at'Tallulah Sunday night. Everybody come to the Corner tone laying on the tirst. Fulton M. McRae keeps the very b It quality of drug-. The shacks are (own ,but that inage ditch is not dug vt. Crops are doing well. The we~ther has been favorable for gum. Will Holmes returned from h oo&, Wednesday. and will re sin uatil after the holidiays. There was a freight train wrec...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 May 1887

f! m oer wIta. Sbe is modest, but not bashful- Free and easy, but not bold; 1 Like an apple, ripe and mellow- f Not too young, and not too old; 1 Half-inviting, half-repulsinc Now advancing, and now shy- There is mischief in her dimple. There is danger in her eye. She has studied human nature; She is schooled in all her arts; She has takenl her diploma As the mistress of all hearts. She can tell the very moment When to sigh and when to smile; t Oh. a maid is sometimes charming. But a widow all the while. Are you sad? How very serious C Will her handsome lace become' C Are you angry'? Sile is wretched, t Lonely, friendless, tearful, dumb' 8 Are you mirthful? How her laughter t Silvereounding, will ring out! She can lure, and catch, and play you, As an angler does the trout. Ye old bhuchelors of forty, e Who hau grown so bold and wise - Young Americans of twenty, With the love-looks in your eyes- I You may practice all the lessons Taught by C'upid since the fall, a But I know a little...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 June 1887

. L. IV.o---N(O. H .L ...D.LL( LAI.\IS.O, P.\I.I . LA. AT DY. .N . i. 1 -.li Y r :,i) n i i..e 'LEH i\ .'t~ f . ý![. [1'.--\(º i~ti.['.IL FL _11. `I1Isiý º': P R -F.LA.. , M I ROITOUA. Swof ',*' settna; aunt 1 D yi a tUs pwe" it red. Wd eais all but ione; "i - " c r.m l , r. u p ,v' . rh e a d (J too omo!) There rl,-- ' cl,d-lthe cynic !n(von. . a winter da ! er k hC north loth blow. yn kU tl"'- c:i11l and gray. (la eld- wtlrrŽ nu crops now gro.- Fii41 ,,n& s ~horn ,r braleY and ,;oldeia corn. J eg e old mean * l 'flolrf are white and "is gaze LMbs tured in his vlio ze wan. e' WallmwIat ot yesterdays: s i * .Toylry. IM gilg.tld *mblcs and looks at me. A ang of a isA fnlwer'! TMa p9iL the tender ead, and r o am ahur,. In tood, 1Fa-b# w$1l det and low. S -Le.s smel .or . %@ v."lE W Calico. I was tows the ether murnint,. l wife handed toe a little pier of red calico, and asked me rei gh:ie time during the day to taI- at r tWO vard* and a half of c'alion li.' i.t:i:. I assnnd h...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 June 1887

MADISON TIMES a " L C. WEIOGHTIA. Editor & Prop. r P.W. .NIC T, - Pablisher. SAT URDAY, JUNE 4, 1887. T 1M8 O BIUBSORIPON. ; TO r, e.. n . . ....... 0t Us o U..RS, - - - -..... 2 a8e roOnT ..s - * . . *.* 76 emunnn - htee. Yj 3m.Iat. Cental IeOuutdve Coin. Jonas B. Bross. DIibeet ]xeeutive Committee. J. B. Srox, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. OILOIL, of" J. M. KLsxEDY, of East Carroll. .. . ew pencil mark at this para' rmPa iidicts that year sutbscrip sgm apiu is two weeks. .. . I** pescil mark at this para. umabs that this is the last time k" e e se" . laoorporate. Ben: Perley Poore is dead. WailMae Ross defeated George uer' ina a bhoat race, May 30, m lambtg, L. I. 1e4 Hanlon, the oarsman, was mel'tm in a three mile raee at Chi Wen May 80, by Jake Gandaur. Gi . Nicholls was not here Wed. -seday. He, probably is not ready , belia to explain. ihe Scientific American of May Ssay: Contracts have been for about 30,000 tons of for. rail. Within the past week rmrul thousand tons of bridge ...

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