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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 August 1887

MADISON TIMES. DCVOTED TO TIIE WELFARE OF 3MADISON PARISH VOL. IV.-NO. 31. TALLULAII, MADISON PARISHI. LA., SATURDAY. AU;'ST 27. 1887. TER3-.1 ABOUT MOSQUITOS . vggw ad Whk She, Not He, Bites. Maos t1 Iaforunatio About Them aym Guy Carleton,who has been fight Sthe feastive mosquito, writes to the w York World. the result of the con oet. and dens some valuable informaties eeeralaJ the winged devastator. Hi Th noble mariner to who,e keeping wi have enristed our lives. remarked in his d-hore breezy way, that in forty nauti cal yeas of experience n' h ha never seer t'e s amatged nos Isitoes and bluefish as eddased thick. A strong man cen now, wlih eae acrarate swipe, bag eleven brace if ripe mrlnuitees on either of his ears while asually he would not get more that gee. When we left l.ong Branch the lgty cottages were all sitting on the porches of their villas, with thehl 13eaed li bread poultices to take oul th tinfammatim: all about Itockaway the a lahaMbLtat ad their beads tied up,...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 August 1887

MADISONy rilIM3 f L C. WEIOHTXAN. Editor & Prop 1. W. HICKEY, - Publisher. r --cc iP' A T URDAY. AUG UST 27, 1h7. T mXs Or SUBSCRIPTION. c( e tTak, - - - -- - - - t-- -o) in ao erras, - - !- 1 (' MoNrTs - - - - - - l (I SaSte Central Executlive Czn. m:ttec. Joins . STE. NE. ]Executivo Committee. it J. B. SronE, of Ma'li.on, Ch'n. b J. If. (JH. ILOIL, of" J. M. KENNNEDvY, of East Carrol!. A blue pencil mark at tIis aitra npph indicates that your subscrip thew will expire in two weeks. S. blue pencil mark at this para , iri+ph means that this is the last tim.e a Eha paper will be sent to you unless bs asbacription price is received be- y Sre next issue. The German Gazette (N. 0.) is i Sagi Nicholls. c John Ruskin, the famous author %i SI insane. Judge Potter has granted a stay p la the Sharp case. The Parish (Madison) Item has a omea out for McEnery. Next Prof. Spencer F. Baird, of the a mlhsonian Institute is dead. The price of ice has been ad- r . Vanobed in New Orleans. s Sug...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 August 1887

.... :--~-- s xTl aJ, Editor &Prop . I . publisheri sij NV DAY, AU GUST -7, 188 . l~oo o0 sUBSCRIPTION.' a VaMS. . . 1 25 sIF mms. D~3 IT The nights are decidedly cool. t Cottmn picking will soon be in ader. The mls are getting very unre- r ahe ido . - V Nlabh will have beef twice a wea in future. Is .'fe cotton worms are now mak- aI t a final ebrt. Mis Annie Groves is visiting at Col. tt's in West Carroll. Ain't those little gray mosquitoes i enterprising tte fellows? c Court week this week, and Tal- 1 lulah h been full-of people. V TbeCourt House Walls are near- l] 7y pb to e top of the second story windows. Paris Green is being used largely, gi ad with soeoes, when properly N )Mulled. The grand jury have been in a mmon this week and have been C hayhig a busy time. ai The question of how to dispose h f the surplus, does not bother us 1 aand Tallulah. The sickly season is now on us. you get through September you a e pretty safe from chills and a fear this season. The Riehlan...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 August 1887

o Ph Iblllphnurg. Pa. M.i S. *. I" -" es, writes, briefly and pointedly, thus: "Your St. Jacobs 0il has cured me of nenralgia ( fthe face t'd head " Price Fifty cetes. . I: Genuine Antique Oakt . 1. boring a well on the farm e. s Bush Williams, some live miles ar of Colaus, Cal.. J. C. Frazier, who i.., :he larm rented, struck a piece of wo,oi at a i depth of 170 feet. The wood brou-ht up n by the auger was in an exellent stat' of preservation, and was plronouncted "all F oak." This place is only fifty feet above Ik the s level so that the wood is 120 fret a below the ocean's surface. If it was 'utiik these when this valley was a take or an M asa of the bay, it was In pretty deep eer. How long since this piece of wood was Ia a growing tree? The valley, ~t 0ss, has grown. but without same con- n ilgon of nature thegrowth has beenlsh.w, w st, perhaps. one foot per century. Thenr Sba It been 17,000 yearssincethis oak tree ' ;-uel? h_ Mr. 0. Carl, 139 Fourth Street, .rowy, 1. Y., sa...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 3 September 1887

_ MADISON TIMES. - I ' - TALLULAIH, .MADIXs [A L , LA . i!U.Y. ,liTlMB :T 1.7. [ ' s.-. NO .... t n - -.a bee ,e e NO SUNDAY IN THE WEST. C xI txibling traps that t.beset th,-,be.ei'- ... . ............ . _ - - - NO SUNDAY IN THE WEST. n . io.e· ases and Drlnkiinu Slgannlng tWide Open On the ohbLL4.uday in 1Ienrva'r nd !nl i e.ger. Mountatn Trow,. Thie Sendady I know it, I.'ause SSga ytion arry n'ext door ir n' h-, L teir basas drum. ai':tig tiL' r tiusu raines., and 9itral:i in :h" r v, .- , 1r the-second time to-,1 t. :nil tI)oeiltt they will be at it a:.t n, ni lh, w:n doM will be open, ant ';n fragralncae of their rater and th.' ,w,.. teLsc of 'heir mauiswicl be 1 aft, l t.,t ti te -ot were I em gnashing Ioa- :1't1h a:tnd writing this letter. m:utterintg :ll kinds of menu triges anbout the arm:.: ,f t!. Lord tand the people who _ivr' oi armn their encouragement. hlt thin dletn eastration is about ih only cvilence; which Denver :tdlords of th1; sc::rel, eharsetetl the day. Of e...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 3 September 1887

SMADISON TIMES Go I C. W3IOJE T1MA, Editor & Prop. tal the an rec P. W. KICKEY. " Publisher. ale or SATURDAY. FtPT. 3, 18ti;. to XgIU 0! SUBS0RIPTION. po s, - - - -..- - $2 00 G SOt dmtal Execuilve oem. pe amittee. S Jos B. Broxa. th Executive Committee. se , B. TOS, of Madison, Ch'n. th , ;i GILrOILn, of " se .:1 KaNEDo, of East Carroll. no an Uase pencil mark at this ,ara- en indicates that your subCerP- fi will expire in tIwo eeks. fa S. s le pencil mark at this para. as ". ~Iaseaathat this is the last time eas paper will be Tent to you uiless wl subkrription price is received be- wI f: RY e tast issue. fa fei SJdes White will shortly develop wl ". : a irst class gas bag. or k" The political battle appears to fo Spbattle of Nichollsonism against r "' Saints are whooping up the cl .{ term racket for a good deal N ag ethan it is worth. at SAdolph Zenneck who v as shot ei '7 th.l Mascot office by Dan B.own o died last Wednesday. Jc If den. Nicholls don't suppress cc iis5g White ...

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

MADISON TIMES . . p. . blisher. o ha UB5iDUlJAY, SEPT., S, 1887. ao .s. . .-.-- $200 t loi gastbe for the Cosmopolitan. ti y your drugs of Fulton M. Mc t . a ce. by is is fall, the pleasant season e te year. life in the Jdge forack has moved into his o Jew house. tui The bear huntiyg season will pli soon arrin. to Mm.in. Wilson has been quite o siek this week. Tbursdy morning was cool a, mg sr a are. 101 Mr. Dassil Snyder left yesterday on or Pysklin Parish. ft will soo be too late in the ear for Ice cream. Mussedines are ripe, and per. e snmoums soon will be. e Bsp at the Washington Hotel ob vwu6 you go to Vicksburg. fo OMis Annie Groves returned from * visat to West Carroll Tuesday. M the rant e cotton from Tallu Itoi New Orleans is $1.50 per bale Miss Celia Groves returned to II M elt Gallatin, Tenn. this week. 18 k. preserving season is about Al b*. Have you laid in your sup. Sis econceded that Madison 7 wlish will give its voice for Mc the buny. aI And now comes Mr. Sol. Fried...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 3 September 1887

At Rleb,'r. Lnernn C'onnty. Cal., retrdeti ' ir. Tit:t |I. i'rooi, lho writes: "I tant in myfam lan'lyfr v- ,' anr fa1 1 it a never falling rep's d" f,[ all .paiful cu, hlainta." The Clo Syrestem. This elul, syvst -in in cr·luviL ,: ;,o'e in the Cities o f . min .r:".a, a Il ii a ,'t.-i le r, .!e hfa tor in lt - inec 'in" ,of I::'.ri, ,nti' a::.,0,: the wealt hli r iin I itr" : nr i -rM ' ,T;r ' C 'l .I':. that Ither irl, Ir~' all t., W, l th ut" w: ter. Th. tythit th ,A.,,u, . zor! ,ia certaini ot i, l pontiti,,n ( '. r- n. :.. t . !i . Uperlilcial educati ; itIt h d,:n. - , quirem nlt4 (whi cth .ha. ;, ,r::'.' I', t n:r) sadl with iark. ta i ra 1, it tp r and extravagantll dr. ii., :a: Jl 'utertairin.. "We can't aff'r'i it, ' th 1h.!. cry if maty young men with salari "s rar;iz' frll n $1000 to $300U a 3ear --Ialtim roe Her Mr. F. F. IlHich, Adri;, . N. Y., say<": "M' nether wns very laint itih t i! ttln ti-,,. Now after using 't. .Jaon lhs O)1 l:e a i, lamer than I am. lie...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 September 1887

. MADISON TIMES. l)I:XIJ'ITD TO Till: WI:IJ:ARE OF MADISON P.4IR!SII 0L-. __V. _---NO.____ ________ ____MAISON_____ _______L_..____UDA_,___ _ - -- - - -10, 1-8 - ·)·)··' ." or.YEAR. . .- .TALL1LAII. MAIISON I'AIS1I, LA... S"ATU DAY, "'E.TlMH l 1'), 18,7. ·' "'--,JP IE lI SOLtDIFIED DEWDROPS. Freact ],earl FV1dheries in the i'acfl .ea,,n-Plerils and Precautlons of ge ath le a Iv ter.. Says a Paris letter to The BDeson Her .id: The other day I had qu:te an inter eiug conversati'on with M. Bouchon. $imndcly, who was sent out to Ocean lea by the govtrnluenll t to study what is , he best means of prceventing the ex basution of tile ilds of pearl-bearing o.sters in the Fretl'ch ipoessions. 1's opinion nowv is that tIh se oysters can be cultivated in parks and by artificial ftaundl:t'on hrby li, same system that is S sowv aplie'l to the edible b:valvos, 'l he pearl and mother-of-pearl bearing o\sters are also untsexual, and they can te repttentiate artificially in water from two ~b Ier f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 September 1887

IAI)ISON TI '.S , C. WEIGHTEAN, Editcr & Prop. P. V. RICRY, - Publisher. SAT URDAY, SEIT. 10, 1837. TERK6 op uEeSCRIPTION. ess vT3 a, -. . - r 00 mx xo.rr as, - . 1 25 uass naorrn - - - - - - 75 emme lase OCatrl a~smanve com. maisteo. JoHn B. mroxs. Sis Iet --sec ve Committee. J. B.OSrox, ofMadison, Ch'n. J. H. GuroL, of J. M. KUWNEDY. of East Carroll. A bis pwseil mark at,this . . ara p-sph iedieates that yowr eibscrip Me ire im two weeks. A bles peneil ark at this parab . paph sem. thati is the last time Stshe paper will be seat to you unless _th emUbcriptior price is received be ºewees issue. It io denied that John Ruskin is -- ibells has to do too much ex itlag to be a sucessful candi dlit.-. All his time is taken up it apologising.  Iasmen and lumber dealers are -turatl ly Nicholls men, with Mc mery Governor for four years pasr, there would be an end to Semtag timber. The St. Mary Review of last e was doubtless a very inter aumber but it was so dilapi 1d when receive...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 September 1887

m Dk " Prep . A75 - psblish bu pr10.. - A a IFT re dry. Cart l d last Saturday. o 'jlMll s is nearly over. th4 for coal are in order. Hi .lol -r swd0J H' od e Sirs ae snse la ther woods g Tbe ice ,me, i Mpdly draw. DL ia to a de. agtenes may be ex cmpe'sd prete pram rl m as r .ms- B T MJsas nd Tensas lon is Y.  d mr din bimineis. A g Iedy Iis mighty slow about · , a sb depot at, Tallulah. P ?be wiethr has been very o nh weekin the day time. elsb needs a Lisvry Stable. sat be ed sem push and vim. lth wall of the Court House S amspletd. The outside walls. o the et.bemd trains of the V., as La P., t se eeqently devoid of i wder. a -Mr. D. eer left Meoday ifor esdt's (e more) trip to Hot lThe Tst teo or three weeks buae been splendid weather for Na5in5 we Wg in. isimIy wshed thes iamushiy o b se amed thi nlghber- A S' i'tswasllsee0 mash poll . Tlags ar mno as resse ses h..eists slaim Ibet sleep t with th heLd to the sth is Mesrs. Hob.s & St. Lrse . umeehe will aUemd aehool. b i&a...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 September 1887

Mr. II. Carl, 189 Fourth Street Troy, N. Y., says: "My daughter had a Ianed ankle; St. Jacobs Oil cured her in aday or two. My sn had rheumatism about nim years ago, St Jacobs Oil curdal him; he hba not been affected since." PriceFifty cents. The White Mentala Btterfly. Mr. Samal H. Scudder, the entomoloies of Camnbridze, and Mr. Edwin Faxon of Boston. who take great interest in the plants Reculiar to Mount Washington,. have bewn making their annual visit to that region. The former lhs been study. lng the growtih minI developrmnnt of the White mountain buttorfly which is found only with a single exception, on Mount Wesbingtoo. and theme never below as e!evation of .00 feet. It is closely allied to a butter-fly found on the coast of La brador, and it is suppooed to have come down here in the great iceilow in the glacial p"riod, and when the climate changed and the snow.line retreated it was left on Mo;nt Washington, where it has since ex slated. The only other place in which it 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. — 17 September 1887

MADISON TIMEs" * D #VOTED TO THE WEI Ax RE : OF MI.\DA i- tN [1'. :l i[ VOIL.. '-TALIULAI. MADI!SON IPARISH. LA., NATUIDAY. - TIi" lu El: iT ss.. iv ,.. , i . A Model Millionaire. Unles1 one is wen:!h- th ,re is no good in beiig a ec; i :' :, iiov. Ito ma:UIc ! the pr ,',, ."" ,f t!,, .h r"h, not the ptro!Leiu.' of :. unm: vetI. lThe poor should I.e ir' .:t:,,l : rosaie. It is bette'r to i e : . 'a: .rn ; n: inc m,,n , than to be fa~ c.n;t: I,- ir ,,5 g"rie triths iof ,' ;ri 'i f l1'Cl afughit Ek ik n " rn ' t":i! ,- ". P,,r la:ghtec! Inle , ,"" . " . u t 1m ::, wtcv lr a it ' '. .,tuln ,lr in l. - saturd th -u L l it theni hnl ! 1 l1til, rtt : i:, ,ý,, ',"v i : ",ll. wdh his crisp b'ro\ ,:i .t i : I clear lut profile, aid hitl :: . . IIo was as jcpUenr w;th imen a- hiI was with wo men, amt he had eve:r ,• c-eomnll sh ment except that of i :tk P, m10)ney. His father iad tbuqueia:,'tld hint h;s 'avair' s5" ,rd and :a "Ilstor)'y of t he Pen a l:r %Wi::r" in fift ,n vI11, 11nes. ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 September 1887

1. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor (E Pt; P. W. HICKEY, * Put!ia r SATURI)AY. SEI'T. 17, 1&;;. T tBRM OF SUBSCRIPTION. OX YUAIIR, . ' six MONTHS, - . . - . "1. ss OTS - - - - - I NeaberS ato Ccntral Execative o. Cu. all itleC. JOuN 1:. SroN. District Executive Conmittee. J. B. STONE, of Ml.idon, Ch'n. J. H. GILoiL, of J. M. KE.NE~~i . of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark a, tI, pn:.! Agraph indicates th1t y,.r suistrlij) ton will ezpire in two Treamp. A blue petelil mark alt tthis p,:'ara graph mneans that this is the last. tiae the paper will be ;cnt to yo't v;iales gAw sebscription price is rcccircd be fe ne t issue. Ez-Gov. Luke P. Blackburn of Kentucky is dead. 100 to 75 are offered on the This tle against the Volunteer. Gov. Washington Bartlett cf California is dead. V Mineral wool is said to be ob Stam ed from hydraulic rams.-Ex. A North Carolina tobacco firm •shipped 41,000,000 cigarettes in Red River is closed to naviga tion. Even a skiff could not get Sthrough. Judge Seay has ann...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 September 1887

MADISON TIMES aO. Q IgTETAJ, Editor & Prop. 1.yV. a - publisher. SATUBDAY, SEPT., 17, 1-7. ? -OT SUBSCRIPTION. $2001 essV r . 1 9.5" , moarnRs. " 7.5 TsaB Komrns. DRIFTI t Circuit Court next month. e ThursdaY'S rain was a good one. 1 Settle down solid for McEnery. Thebhying season is nearly over. The equinox will be along short- I ly. taw hats will ;soon be out of d d ate. J The Nicholl boom is petering " Thermometer 92 Thursday after noon. Oh, Judge I Judge White! Where A are you? The local political outlook is tangled. Did you ever read the famous red circular ? The walls of the Court House are not up yet. Mr. S. E. Blum left for a trip to St. Louis Sunday. Police Jury meets the second n Meoday in October. There was quite a lively shower c Monday afternoon. - The campaign has opened; sun seams for the Tiucs. - Very little cotton has been ship. p A~d from Tallulah this season. I Mrs. Hardy of Delta has been " visiting Mrs. Holmes this week. I d It is said that there will be a s...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 September 1887

* At Bieber, tLasan County. Cal., res;des Mr. Thomas P. Ford, who writee "1 cetn truthfully say I have used St. ,!arrcl O'il :in my family for years, and nIl it a never 'falling remedy for all painful c(lmpl ai;nl.'" A dead man is the sole inhab'tant of the once flourishing town of Solitaire near Kingston. Mr. F. E. Hush, Ad lan, N. Y., ays,. 'My father was very lame with rhui,t ui Now after using St. Jacol.a oil , , :o lamerthanI am. lie was cured. 1'::. Fifty cents. A Newport dinner party has ill t'e formality and ceremony uf the fa-ahl, a ',e feast in town. White's Cream Vermifu:~e Is p:lra whit. There are also PO callhd renwdits that :re white, but there the simnii:rity elnds. Thiir, is nothing like White's('roeni Verl:ihu.le as aremedy for worms, and if your uiru;2 :t seeks to rive you any other prep.rat ion in stead of it, beg to be excused iai,d iri-t that you will have no other than White' Cream Vermifuge. Lebanon, Pa., has two brothers who ar, horse thieves at the age of 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. — 24 September 1887

.r ' ..MADISON TIMES. D.VOTED TO TIHE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH! oL I.N. 35. TALLULA, MADISON PAIS. LA. SATURDAY, SEPETMBER 4 1$$7EAR VO|, 'I.L-NO, 35. rAlUIAH.!, MA.D[()N P.ARI.SH, LL., SATI."DAY,, SI;PET3(RiR :Jl 1887, TERMS.--4'l.o. PER VEl. - -OWRITE A LOVE STORY. t,, a asai that is plump and dt, s a marid that is Lwll and fair;  awL sad q etl4u airl, r#Y1· sUbL taatlely tare; sajfic a p frfct ight; ' k" and etee bnair; ta a sue!, Y manllt pant: bu s is a ha.d nitquare; N ttrlood ad carm, beat here anl thers Graziella the Model.ark OI day Iast s e ma Bartholdi fI we*Sei * the brstudie o a Si ar wMrL a rederick oight, ws i dirly sI rled ty thee word Aid ma7 sampe ehim: **WoSe ea earsr od fellow, do you i trivial?" write. - A t/ hoesues, which wat not Graziella the ontrrydel. sd to gply seight feeling of a uersr me . ires nd o urs, knowpres St ir I wd as rt; abrick olt, avin - asIey lyen st I stihsd my wogerds madr d my s I anr1ed : olce.  bs d rian old friellow, dod, you ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 September 1887

MADISON TJIiI R. C. WEI'1HTNAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - Publisher. hIAT URDAY. SEPT. 24, 1547. TBR1M8 OF SUBSCRIPTIOTN. Ova 3RAR, .. . $2(V) Sri noTrin, - - .. 1 2? T7itKK MOxTIrs * * - - - Membem tato (entral Executive Cornm. m theo. Joux B. troxt:. District Executive Committee. J. B. SRro., of Madi on, Ch'n. . 1. , Gir.sotr., of " J. M. KENN:ny, of East Carroll. A 7c jen reil mark at this pjara graph i,;icates that your subscrip tion will crpi:e in two trecCks. Sblbue pencil mairk at this para. graph mcans that this is tic last thi the paper will be set to you runless the subscription price is recired be 'fore neat issue. There is a cholera outbreak in Italy. A financial panic is expected in New York. The Equinoctial storm appears to be over. Stanley has been :heard from again, and he is.not dead. Philadelphia celebrated the cen tennial of the Constitution last week. The L., N. O. & T. has reduced / the wages of freight conductors and brakemen. A railroad collision...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 September 1887

- C. w.IaHiTZ4A. iX''.". = ' T a. IC y. . Y - ATURI)AY, ..Eil .. -'. ;' E , ý3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. 5 3oxTHSI. - D It I 'r . Moonlight nightd. Coort Adjourned Thursday. uinoctial wilnd this week. The equinox was early this year. That red circular is gi'),, read ing. Mr. S. E. Blum is syotel hom o to-morrow. Candidates are ilu r,':."a :, . Th!I more the merrier. Did you go to the Bend to the entertainment ? Amamumlt be poltiically judged by his political record. The west-bound trains were be hind time most of the week. The game law expiroc. fr tib season, next Friday at midni!,t. Work on the Diamrnd l I.atnd Bend levee, was begun W 1dnat.d:a. As far as heard from there ar,. only seven men who want to he sheriff. For fear you may not have read the "famous red circular," it is reproduced this week. The gin on the Antis place was bourned Thursday. About 25io r 30 bales of cotton were destroyeil. The Rev. Mr. Hart of Monroe will preach regularly at Tallulah, on the Monday eve:ling fllnwin...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 September 1887

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