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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 30 August 1884

MIADISON TIMES, --- T RDAY . A UST ;;-. $g=B OF SUBSCRIPTION. " 1 3 oSl(r ~ 1 " i l r*lfglN No TIIt. - . Incorporate. Plant a tree. ubslcrilbe fi,: thel: TMI::,. Good hot wcathtr this wceX. Read the Exposition Depart ment. Thanks to Captain Dabney for : items. Gen. King went west on Satur- 2 day's train. Prepare your trotting harness, c for the ball. Mrs. Carter has been siek for 1 several days. How many ticket. do you want for the ball ? Judge Scale and )Dan Keefe took in Tallulah this week. 'Squire Gilpin's court is a popu. I lar colored resort. Tallulah was saout out of ice Wednesday morning. The turtleshell cradle ought to p be awarded to to the prize baby. Put down your plank walks be fore the fall rains set in. The dust is about four inches deep at and about Millikens Bend. Hlere, are not those reliable mail agents going back on tlheir record ? If you won't buy a ticket and anmo to the ball, buy a ticket any. how. Mrs. IIlcert is steadily regain ing her strength. She iL: up 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. — 30 August 1884

rDMIND A POuriBm cer die Away from the rowd ofdanmers ha - Waeder a lorvely pair, Andseat themseves for a quiet chat of I Rebind a portiere. The youth loves the maid, 'tis plaid to be Th And be-bd be eyes be would know ear That she's long been patiently waiting the chanoe Ira Mer heart on him to bestow. an 7o-night, as 'tie quiet and no one is near. He tells, bending low o'er her obhair. Of his vye, and impatienUy waite her reply dig Rehind the portiere. * *. * . a* As the wander forth from the silken folds thl AndJo.n in the mazy whirl, Lit. looks to her twice a brht as It did, I know, for-I was lthe irl G the wa "LD .5W R. . lat we Demlalseenae of the .Old Trapper--is IeealarlSles-Remiarkable Series. Jim Bridger was born in Illinois in Pr 18A5. He left there to begin frontier ibl life when about 18 years old. The coun- do try between the Missouri River and the th Pacific Ocean was then unfrequented by br white men, save a few daring trappers. be Among the first who teotured int...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 September 1884

MADISON TIMES. DVPOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. -VOL. I. NO. 30. TALLTTLAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 1884, TE'll: $~ .oPlI InF, . QIANa. MAST 0. amamro. d h mad sawit all the bells rang It, he mfioa urnar's d h As ru too ~oo he e'd the tuw  F B s.c-ola it . glad -- Lifb soeet, andt sorm m is EM. Sa apptsome are mad. -I am Moher b and sweet perfme y srior the sae toget her. hes esi not chill , rain could not kill It. n ThLrouih the longy Winters nightl. s the laeWood's roar and ea voie from he it wth all their l ight. Ok, rth is ht butthe Tr.th Is sure, Andwak urn,_ eattbha+cno endure! tt aIn the bel, ring. a n tebrd , She chime hen athe bonr ong Aid the d awayd nom o the long apo w ,ome like old friends estranged. O bYouth Ieeting ad Ufek Is bur le funny, buttWinter chills. gse ht tharae nv wh Make up seeoery a~sn esth side.l t Long Branch Letter. l The womaen with the diamonds, whol the b "written up" by that awful scourge of R dar society, the gossipy new...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 September 1884

A I)IsON 'I'lI1I1> TEC:M:S O" .SL i'"':dil'"itti t" i. C. WEIGI!T £AN' , EO:ir & ta,?. '" 4 \ ' "4.4 f . - *-*. ' l|i4trilt I:V.-c* stit e ('Otllit't' i I . II , 11t i 1, . 1"': 1.1 . I ll ". , l : i:e. 'l 'I' L f',4.'l tt, 1 .l :. '1 ~'5" t; 'l "'15 ,l. . Ariverti-.ilg It ;l tes. S1 ,." : 11 4(.t ·''". 11.2. :5::ts.;.0 n ts Il 4 1 t4:4 1.r .e. I'\I'.anc 4 MrT on,'*(n "iI ."t' let,, II i.f. tr1, :11l . . t i' a [.( - i.n ., o11 1 '1,: : I: ": a u, 1."11: .i*to. . , . l lt, e i , tll'. ' l ' ()i.  i" . i :iti, ' n 1 :"l lt I n I(tt"i el \ i' ii titer fi peI.IIait )' eensl 1 1:1 . . t i .'4 t,,l., " lt w it' L t l l'  .:i, I - \I1. : i'.i lt *"a. t " \' l t ! tr, .: ' .ul * ,,,I ,,f 14 14,44 a ." 1;,'4 4 .: - ,;l OIt ,' th l", h"r.te nr,. ., '.:trl f i ,l I - 1.91l u'ull . t t" fix tl." t ' (' I t 1 % M4lt4". i 144t I. e 1 %!" T, . i~h4'.I ' t.)- I 14.'. ri I jo , ,Il' t r i4h ti t h "4 1,' r te .4. : W aiit' .41 .4144 4-n* 1,1 tIh' 14.11.( 4 Il t it , ll , 1i i t :i 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. — 6 September 1884

MiAi)IoSN '1'!_ E SAtTTRI) Y, SEPTEMBER 6. jv-- ýjgs OF SUBSCIaPTION. -.- - - :5. Inc5rporate. Fish are lentiful. The ball was a pronounced sue. ee M. The fall rains can be expected my day. Have you secured your winter wood ? Gen. King's canvass was shari' ~sad short. Did you all get enough supper at the ball? mosquitoes will remain with us soetime yet. You may consider the extreme aot weather over. All reports from the crops are encouraging. G. A. Richardson was in Tallu lab, Monday. Madison will make a not un wi-thy exhibit. Travel on the V., S. & P. R. R. is nthe increase. The weather was all that could bgedeired for the ball. You can no longer depend on ti e 4g market for ,potatoes. The District Convention is liable M not be so very harmonious. Mr. IH. Van Os of Delt.. was in inin the early part of the week. Dr. Trezevant was not a\de to leave his house the night of the ball. The ending of the peach season mas abrupt as it was disappoint Fire carloads of lumber for Maj. Wad...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 September 1884

Too OOIUDUm ATU. H. C. SUNIENR. I rowed her out on the broad bright sea, Till the land lay purple upon our lee. The heavens were trying the waves to out shine, With never a cloud to the far sea line. On the reefs the billows in kisses broke But, oh, I was dying for one small smoke. She spoke of the lls and the water green But what is Nature to Nicotine? hme spoae O nthe tides, ande Trinto t ybth; Audadyd~ s wee en d to the blonde She spoke of her liking lemon on clams. And Buelld and parallelograns. r her face was fair and her eyes were brown And she was a girl from Boeton town. And I rowed and thought-but I never said "Does Havana tobaooo trouble your headr t e cant tir" the taliof 'ead--°re eed, And I yearned fora whiff of the ked weed. An at last l spoke, between fright and fret: 'Would you mind if I smoke a cigarette?' She dropped her eyes on the ocean's blue, And said: "Would you mind it I smoked too?' -Puck. WASHIMJITOW'S KISN. atll Lase rg In thle Mmery of an Aged "Speaki...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 September 1884

. . .,,-m -,an nmus.,m ! ,nl ulami II me | an gnin, l I I I I ** I* I| 111 I1__ III |l |. I * *** II • I II II *I III II N| *I I I N ** I *ll* I MADISON TIMES. SDVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARJBH. SVOII. NO. S1 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPT 13, 188k, TERMS: 82.00 PER 'EAL , .-- ...... . ....... .... . . .. . . . . ....... ... .... ... .. ... - .. .... . . . . *.. WOODUvIPJU' -- onasteigý t sad softest sounda w vata n eas'e and ear; t_.mbe r of the dead. -t hfeast lithe smee. --idart elrl eys bby sunferi won r_"IAies-t ow upoe . ldtouched her In bercradle das.w d re et her from the world rude ays -revermore sumrrt 'lbs tiny sprys the OIreD pull Of i e white and beautiful. M le s r swees heart. te-lest eL hote . this white woodut a glpare on. eire ns e tr'er sor~ er eis, *..*. f lyu crer - i wh o tlove e, laofe hoelad ý ,ýt s ýwothd i n oer;part s her sa sam ad souls w.om," fdrsiaey'r, ds adivine. h d speetrnte sces toe iores, Ad lteni theueing Joydss As wsemsL...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 September 1884

MAI)ISON '' I is . C. WEIGRHTMAX, Editor & Plop . - -.-----~--- -. -_ SATURDAY, fEPTE11': 1 ?NBMn OF SUBSCRIPTION. tl onusT AI, 0 0 - is SIK MONTSU, . - - - 1 I TlREX MONTH. . . . . . . Meluber Gte e (entrasl xecutirt Coin. t1 ulintr. t, JoNW P,.. r',tsE. District Ezecutivoe Conmtittc. i J. B. STONv, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. (GIn.ion., of '' J. M. K...EDY, of Fa,,t Car:r',!l. .mocratic. IEctlive (ouaniLitte of )tadhte i'au lah. G. A. RwacUaonnor, G. T. Tkcica:.%Tr, R. C'. Wsmurn ai. 1 i. fit J.nt. t Juin f. -. \. Advcrtislng Rate.. t ALL CATS FOR I.9lERTION IN TBlI PAI'PER M:riT BE oF SOLID MIETA L Advertiling rates. one inch or lear, $1, rest insertion, 80 cents per inchl for each absequent conaseeative insertion. lalpl notlces same as ab.mve. local notices lOcents per line. )atrri:te antd death noti*eIº friee. Oie notices $1 per inch or 10 cents perline. Buminu es ls of one inch or less $12 per year. One square one month $2.50. Prices fnrnished on application for greater a...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 September 1884

ST OF BUBSCRIPTIOlR. t1 ass ¥/A a, -- - -- - -2ej - ." " - I5i p) I TFT. Incor po ,t , plant a shade tree. Tenses cau'ed tl,,. 1 reek. Get your drus at hone. q Vote for th< five uill tax. cr Fr Cog - Bo-"tner and King. Cisterns will soon be getting low. in Otsummer weather this week. Rain will not hL.p the planters nOW. el A nomination is no longer equiv alent to an election. Who were the revolutionists in ci the l roe Convention ? re Will the republicans organize,hi teif so who will org:anize them. You can v tc nrow for who you please as therc are two candidates. The azestion naw limu., w.o bolted. The TIMEr wi!l tell y-ou Vest week. The "liayimakers of Lake One" have sent in a turtle shell, who will beat it. The King men appeir to have d bee n estgeneraled, who r tn the Kiq wing anyhow ? Ir. . M. W tta shqppe, two bt'ap t cotton, Friday, the first shipienut of the raou, fvou tlh.j point. I Millikens B:'nd levee will be built, Hughes & IMcG:uty have the con tract, and thti" ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 September 1884

TAWOOD arlaAS. I tot '5 funny Ndiao POs,. Yo t Pncsoimer to my mks; bsr qauess se.a., der ceaetest rogue As der you iM e. No rmu, rod ibumannd sOmaehe ding But vot dot? eo was mie son. Mim Iedle Yawoob Straus. ieoot der measles nodder mumbs, Uti eerydl dot's oudt: -e ebUsl nae or laser bier, Puts schednftlo ae t; E- ls ns e msit Unhurt oee5 Dot as der roust hous; I'd dake dot vrom no oedr poy But Isase Yaweob trouss.I He daks der milk eam for s dhrum. Und a ts mime ase In dwo To mae 4er sohlcks to best It mlt I eesssi dot wse dr! Ie hiek eupn soook ato s Dut aeftr miid. 4Sr pays ws few lIkdot young Yaweob aumss. eo ai me questioln s oo a dose: Who bhests mine oss so red? Who was It as dot schmoodi btoe oudt Vrm der hair upon mame ed? Uns viLn der s ro der plla mp Voae'er der I douse How n I li dol diags e-l6 s To dot sbmull yaweob ?tun Mae dimeU I dink I shall so vlld Missook aor5ly Poa. UnD Vols oee moe Iould have rest Uni pesefinl dimes enijo; But wva bhras ashleep un ped, Toast...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 September 1884

____ MADISON TIMES. NE DEV(OIED TO THE WELFARE OFA L MADISON PARISH. .,,,:L. NO. $~t ~TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 188K, TERMS: M.00 "ER WEh. " Whom autumn'o basse i em the hills ed t awth splen:do purpWl4M hef 'M then the tie e bake with chills -V And vot this Ite a, buorm,. " S whea the heast sh b'so t.h ists And the cricket's 1soegl sung, ford Adeshly soredthe buekwheat sheaves aut we oally forth wt dud ad uat. A Wb the f am is o mnthe res Coes tripplg into town.fe When Bares' blasts bowl o'er the land Andbees hve stored their bohey, Thea the ball players mooth and bland y Touch nms-geemSnmm . PM the IIVKIW LAWS oI TE WOILD. wha be0 The flowin particulars as to the methods owseoirifg dvorces in differ- & at eat countrie may be useful: Amtledr - ý'ý ý i be amctioued in Australia. Jew-In olde thne the Jemwe had the d t" onary power of divorcing their wm jam--1the wife be dissasfied dihe a obtain a divorce by paying a certain them l. D ivorces UP seldom a...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 September 1884

MAI)ISON TIMESI _--I . CB.WEIorTA , Eoditor Proph a SATUI AY, SEPTEMBER 20. D--o ----.. .--,-- --- -- 6 TUMB Of bUB-CBIPTIOW. oIt 4"rW.R.. *2* 1 six dtoeTIIr, 1n 7 l TLRL CUTSOA - I * * - Ti` j Amermirg rate cenTral Executhiwe DIUm. mattee. Jonar B. it:,>w. District IUOeCtive Committee. , J. B. iront, of Madisvmn, Ch'n. J. H. GuonIL, of " J. M. Ku EdYit, of lo;st Carroll iDemturyic F.,eottlie nrmittu e or M)adh'en Parakh. CG. A. RICHARWu"n, G. T. Tuwr.vsnr, t. C. asntuewrk.u , . M. Loss. Jouin 1. Trou. AdvertIiing Rates. ALL crT 7OR INSRTO1 s IN 711 tits PAPER Mif LT DROsoLID METAL Advertifing rateS. one inch or leas. $1, first innertan, S0 eents per nch for er.b subeequent aenseutive a aer.ion. Legal notices same as above. Local notieae 10 c'nts per line. 4 Marriage and death motiees free. Obituaryr noties $1 per inch or 10 tusines cards of one inch or less alt One square one month 02.0t. Prices Arnished An application for tramount of a e and for anm th of time desired. Any...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 September 1884

.sATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 0D. , 3ssOt0 SUBSCRIPTION. heh . - 200 of E TSR, . 1 25 que y• 3S ". 3to l $, - 7 f, I) Lt 1 F T * said pro: Iaeorporate. euti Plant.a~shade tree. elet It is still Boatner and King. deo Colds are quite fashionable. in t The roads are horribly dusty. rep Consid:al'- rchitis and fevr. tfk i An, One work. t The sla61 w ttr nav|i.:a!ion '"a son is ovtr. ion. GOcc. W. Mon'goMeory was pe in town tll:h week One This is tThe Jewish new year ti 5ush Hif hoh. sai Col. Mo.re's card will be pi.ub-w-l,, lithed next we.-k. cur J. H. Gitlfoil honored T.illah by with his jpre)e'-'eC Tuesday. , te, Every one who can, is ettckCoingf op with wood for winter. "- oI There are rumors of another pa- sai per being started in Talluiah. cla Mr. Carter returned home ,Iur- th riW the week, and Mt . Bet-r on Fri- mi day. Kaj. Waddill was in Ta:llulah} doaring TU,3tday' , bz.j'ion of the Police Jury. iev. Mr. Prosser will hold, cai jiune service in Tallulah Sunday aIt o'clock a. i. t'Read t...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 September 1884

' 1"11 ol lla 16 S-l . -..  _.en, i . if Look at thes tgL hNot TMerm saooing- so ond tbre mixed with c pea"se oflothig my Take ltp it SattlV. Loins, not loathing. awl Touoh ioot msina ., pleaeof l os; Think not of poor "Purr" All that remain of her Now Ist pe hash! ll IDroea0 ILto tLhel g IThosear auburn tresses, te While woaiermelt guea-- Hi Woman or man? o lse, for he rarity Of boedl Thm k e arity de Oh! it Is pitiful Diha" so seaaty full. Not asea done. S eri landsody .iwok lound flweaough of t ait rVson r =MO tough of It A hehmaewer oree hml Out of her bwok. Vi /eait upt Ct u suer . Ua S leave amyl there, l ..... t m r I, S-ibtkhbm· ta J w. R•uhsT iBof hA al il s. Tenl's ag: V dmm hs pwua ' mla sdm W.a Uwle " o d tihe pumtami oart. u- ei riye K aesy wWno The ash da-e P We- wesof niuwder of W. A. Bobb dR rs~sIwd ame, B eas aty, this ea. la areasates as developed I. tl Sid*lswer abo tasfdOUow: Notgul m a dl -'nlneWSud'w ldnr, Mesea, then oJt a dyearsf am sette at c Jmle . ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 September 1884

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADIBON PARISH. VOI L NO. 33 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 1884, TELU: '2.I I K .. • ~ - l'ilal -i i-- · Hi- i-- l. . •1 il1 • l1 •1 • •I miI i • abI i• ti• l• l•I N Ia•i rl iaVraEw 03WKAY. le nd tnh t h t wl-e Ialror the n thei dark brow r. wbfe eJ d over m y MouMer. t asever grow to r s-lalng oea tl. _ Iarn,, and warm as when st we heat, imeed ami id her rdir red lpas "o tIme do e wora oa se. e jffI soul. MY ood motheer wom ArrUn. I e oaat the days 8ieat sad slow. nisth*earth rew Glory shetr. a The irwet ae m eSO the aitreet; /,i ea maTlm tho mmnu wall : hfie wormd I deer A CiS WITYIOUT A PAAIALLBL. d a wesyseeI arspst*e ofr aml lame of 1( eet !$tpe. X. r. i. Kste 8mlser of Fort Plain. Mont- p piery county, N. Y., has now survived a allel over six months without-so ar pslbe known or ise believed-taking 8 S mthlful of salid food cr hardly swal- 2 g a partcle of nouribshment of any g "ldL Her case is a stubborn mystery...

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 September 1884

MIADISON TrIMiESj Y. C. WEIGHTMAN. Ed!itor & "r,, lt. wil ir ii $.TURi)AY. .~ 1... 1 . . "2I7 ? MNKS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ,:, oxE 3 KA , - . - . - ., 1 tivh ix xo,YuTI .. . . . I .- - -i Memaler $taUle (,II rl I wncu ive (:Cotl. C Jos iJ-.U. -r' :- - tIlt Distatlet Exhoettive Comllmittee. wi .1. . $iostE, of Moli·ron, ('h lt. '1 J. Hi. (u.Lmo., of I'r J. M]. KENNEDY, of East C'arroll. i c,.l Demnocratic Eecutive (<.mntnittc;r. of hl: Madlion Iairih. } i (. A. R!cn.nl'QOns, ;G. T. '"NFyV .1rT Th I. C. Waullrl~xm. (i:,. M. IUEo. Juiis . ,I ,. r. we Advertising lRates. Co ALL ClrTS FOR INIFRTION TN TTItl to PAPER MUST RI: ol soi.ID METAL Hi C Advertiaing trates, onel inch or lr, I' $1, first inserttion, ,l c. nt' per I i t, r r each snbsequent Conleý:t' insr:l t"' 11 . hi; 'egal notices nsame s a,".. 'v Local Motices lOents per line. ev . Marriage and death notices free. p Obituar. notices $1 per inch or 10 i cents pe line.. P. Bnusiness earls of one inch or less $1: he ltpr y...

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 September 1884

MA i)JS)N TIM'1i > TES - - --- -------- I SATUI',)AY, SEPTEMBER 27. - -----------.'- -- .-- I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIOIN. ONE. vsR, - - -" a SIX Mo.?TII". h i h') ) 111 T . co Incorporate. A Build a house. vi Fall has now begun. al Bring in your job work. a tob R:jin is iueeded very imuch. i There are good times coming. Try some of Lavigne's candy. M The asessor is worked too Lard. t Are you going to the mars meet- re lil ing ? m. Rain is still needed by the cis terns. The equinox forgot to call around 1 thi.j way. hi The mass meeting takes place on Wednesday. pr Election tickets printed at the h TIMES office. A1 When are passenger trains going " to be put on? ? Hogs are becoming a nuisance, at catch them up. t1 Cottan on old land is making at poor showing. p1 Thanks to Mrs. Litchliter for a fine watermelon. h The ice season is rapidly draw- t ing to a close. Judge Slack han gone to NSw m Orleans on busin(ss. j Mrs. Dr. Trezevant is danger- a! ously ill. .l1 Ic Mr. Daniel Snyder has...

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 September 1884

The pope mao his nehbor simply lnt 2'%6t5i tU5I hnh e eould sesvsIoego. 4 Te ea pened on, and 'ased to know no Tht ubor's dying ohild was bendmlgb or. And n-er4vM-- wan much sae ate. I od foriveu as tmale dare to sek Seam a the sihLat shuns the unwrloom. SThe d that o'loks the t alt aart es 3Wuhy morning carrieLamongitsupamen moed hiDhwa. The arriast e igt t ine ]ners' Ais W8o4n Wide hell aoret, mad ling1 pimar, MIoslseein tar or the Seuem's Soeety, and closed the hlteepter elts reýtls eaortuhip under datIes, began in the landof baanle Bts ad teristed on Amera's hae il %S1i e g Ms chermin iity o Sa- ach then " tt - was too pnor take a o i be i ot ao ih t" m  oto agaa" to a5 wife - todsemek hi t e whed to ao ., s setheartl sad sat e arlived at Castle Gaidse o..r .I m-., Ge,, .o s-ab a, n aew eme of ; . ... ie . w , .. - Youth's Compmlaen. 'h. e amveLst .mt t o y.L is too y, t hs tad days, * ene. ap tp ,te he - s ---d uwe or_ ies. A l.tter should h a t ee l " W ~dal ws Mnul d...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 October 1884

-... , ,I .* *IL . , , , ! !!..= I . !! . m e. I. . . .. . . . . .. ... . . . . _ MAD-IsoN TIMES -. . , ., - , SDVD TO THE WELFAE OF MADISON PARISH. VOI. 1. NO. 34 -'. f..ALLULAR "MADISOR'PAlIH, ,4, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 884, TEIMS: $2.1 ; C SrPlnaO i' THE eTAl*m '. with a quiet st Ientered " " I was broodtngo'or someo Which had met me unawares, Ah! It touched the tend rest heart-striangs With a breath and foree divine, AtI turned to see our darling. Till at last e reaced the to afminbt atp ab n iaen O ebrief and struggle a life, And the heart may alost farl. Sll t m ýple it1he Itrs I Whlihni lih s n A y Days LA Elepameat a em Aeaphle.- eseaa , an,"" _ V Aaq .Me.. oaner 'e the Wroag Man.-Playg U with silks and diamonds to wear, a car biaf to ride in, and I'll always love you like-like--oh! well, like anything." "And what shalli be- w lJFl t g "Well," tresponded the Lte lttle hesitation, "you will be my wife." "You will indeed make me your wife? really and truly?' "Then I say-yes." Th...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 October 1884

MADISON TIMIES Af. g. WIGRTUA], Editer Prep. ing wi Thero SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4. about _._ ý... C The c ?i Mb OP sUBeaCstIOW* cd, %I onmai , .......- - mark, -e ., . ....... . . one c7 Wes assm - cation amsbsa me mssso omsl racuve Col. adnir -M demn Joan B. sem r pIp a ieeoutlvO Oomitt.ee numb J. B. Son, of Madison, Ch'n. men J. H. GOr onof " and I J. . smnYor, of East Carroll. done, I. A. ICaseU, 0. T.' TIaVAlUT As L .. Ma o . ImMLo. has b cram c or znro a slis ti rart Ko D3S0 SOLID METAL In Adv- ca.one inch or les, ma .as-c m bove, tend dore aid fo-r ny This urtiaaee II for t lor bl- othe Uas eofbat a abn t 8 preBitDEmT.r i s1 she wrts hm hae hsl. who .meon skisef th papeYr S~ly. T -" -w 4had the. psei esare aOw mHedti 1i s . Blaot r no'-td= T .ath ' S L Rai J 1. ,list gcribefor the Tigns. Bc Mt is still a dobtfol State. as i 5er is too low for naviga S aid Wh is now a Bat- is c s=MIAs. Boi isrl Porter does not want ma to s mame dested. t or ga is sald to be hopelessly un " wSh Brig...

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