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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 April 1884

b ,LI '.t.j I RA a0  .Eg 'A 0 N. T. fm. 9 . i_~ h er w dos high toop houseo WiSd, Mted tl a s chair, twidrlag his a 48etedly with one ..and, ether hang Hll ely by his I 1 ' fast ware asoa omomn moud d md smd who entered. '!h ek keketd a cbir auond to wema th vwtr, sad them mid: -Tea W ell sd not asety uader the Wer bshoppedsaddrw arol[longa supuper allppap fromb his eoat pock s tnd oo them out. Handing the to his raeor. he uoelamed J"I a ir Imly uted. One hate to TM o .pphp aen umas oat tw bn Ir the tresae uaIed to h beumen lat IeRGo e ea the Beit Meh ft wdz thatnaemn ofthe gsa em advmaed o men who S*Inu avye meeiw*" aid the uro k• nIeer n w 61 a .ekes that could s lab my hm aytb g like a aq rbesr . bsmio amte oes." is th. es A swhsa --= UMetBp w ads theiswe mer etda .senl dml al sad hoe s See m t bw6 and it·lw sibi would aft a behind r litasst't name. at t-- es ta r, e Te 1 _ss m lelath Iom- 1th. n f hbed a at stliar .it Z.4 - amWas , N. Y, I -& 1 ag I -s m--i Vs' t l hae...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 April 1884
Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 April 1884

.I ¶. ..d . i ''" J S ! • . DCVOl'lD TO T W 41R OF MSLDI8UN PATUTH.U VOI.NO.. TAUA MADISON PAR A., ATURDAY, APRIL 12,.1884, VOL I. NO.I 9.._____ ·2 TALLULAH MMDISON PARIS LA. ,TURDAAY, APRIL 12,.i1,M fMJ9-YWY9r'O) CU mo pet amm. dartina. all me a bear Who hreg to dmsrassto Call m pet mm, dietlg. anU r psi oS. wn".I Co .m "ad pi@d" After the LIegtry stylet AnU rim be pur Gebbar-. -WatderteObsheer. Psi ass% ososo ere met demls. dm im e.. " Kas t nhe oibby ai Us pet ds& derNa- A dmetM puIae wl; " nemu i ..e.sinem.. l. wee NI t wlls w.hy dme hmds . Il a lm lf w Ieel , 8 ? Y b ,..e.blt Pomp 'twas a bed - ".ws S. "eiomes a uis? *4 vault, " Me wren N Wo OM. The pus-as as M h -0Sme-M"' . } -..c.. o ,, ~,. mdlr ~ Idm. " * - WbIems I hm *me s. emmýe nmem e 1 a%4k seggI ter mw . "ils bur ar sen sume _-. ; - Se h---- eas as whedUr5rr S aMsee.ibeinssoM emase sus mesas. *1 flew io lgt al es trs, ie PIN l m asbow eso easm beI e. . Sa1r aerm aLNme.W -t, dier t itl lls --, se slmme sean, imi...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 April 1884

MAtJISOrTIVES 0 WNlU!RE DAr Wagr Ya, -p , J AT!... 18., lmm U, Ti I1 n ym eetbtt wh eIh I art of , : i,, b .' 7 -- i -1 Asins, a SDWARD A. SURL. Of awm s. Of NwSeit obes. wlAAB AXUOTO. V t Or "lwaIs. ' Ir j'. W. MOTOOIMUY. W, 1884, up. Ne* d LKt= YOUR IN AST. Igo The statement bat been made Ci and freely cireuladl through the Ni parish that the Tams was simply n a visitor in Madison parish, and th that se soo as the electioio was dc over it would fade gently away. to It was- arerted that it was only D for the campaign, a mere tern- 8 porary intrusion, a sort of touch ry sad ' aiangement, that would a s*ot like a roeket ito. promin- C' ei"e, andlike arocket burst. The ti leaders of the rtue or ruin. par- P ty, .otbeirjse known as Lucas, W Crandell" & Co., would so gladly ti see the Trtsu go through the above "' mentioned performance that the fe circulation of such reports did not a cause any surprise, or excite any s bile,, It was known, or at least believed, that such s feeli...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 April 1884

MA]HSQN TIMES 8ATUVIDAY. APRIL 12. .tm* aegsJ v., . & P. al P ead. Leaves tAt from a00a. m. ....... Delta........ 4. p.m 10" a.m. ...... Tallulah ..... 2:30 p.m 12:M5 p. m....... Delhi........ 0 day I"bp m.i ......Rarvtlle...... I11.ay0. l a.m :17 p. m. ......rard.........lOa. :S a. m~..... m Cenire.... 430p.m 8:17 a. m. ....Forksville..... 4:48 p.m Ns. a. m.. .....Calhoun...... 5 00 p.m 7:50 a. m. ....... Averitt ...... 16 p.m 7:2 a. m ...... Chodrnt .... )40p.m 6:5 a. m.j....... Ruston ...... 9.10p.m 6:M s. m. .....Allenrweea .... 6:96 p.m 6:10 a. m. ...... 8Imal ... 6:Mp.m 630 s. m.'....New Arcadia.... 7:30 p.m local Mal. Mail from Ashwood, New Carthastge, !Kins ad us arrives Mdays, Wed. sedeys sad ndys, at l- a.m., and leaves at 20 p.m. f same days. Mal l  ad Milliken Bend day t11 .m, ad leaves at p.m. of amse d·ys. J. M. HEBERT. P. M. ANNOUNCEMENTS !! I respeetftlly aamoune myself ae n didato for Clerk of the Court for this District and ex-ofcio Beconder of l Madison ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 April 1884

tu mrrnra  h . M lMtv IsAD. Ixxroa FR FARM AND RamlDE Spring styes oe the tirm materi fm oe oformer parang seasons. The best cultivators and man agers have already secured good seed of the best varieties, and it is their "fash- 1 ion" to prepare the soil in the best man d rn re atyle to have the best tools and imple mints ready for use early in the season. I Paint, whitewash, etc., are much used. Invertling largely in new varities of fruits and untested lant i.noptin vogue, as it is becoming ~tt ascertain as to their adptio to soil and climate. Nest dooryards fences and walks, and good vegetable and flower ardens, are the style in sandry localities. Many farmers' wives and daughters are paying speial attention to lowers and ornamen tal protIvtey ml n creditable styles are being ntroduced in various parts of the country but we have notspace for even their enumeration. President Mc(nn, of the Elmira Far mer' Club not long ago spoke highly of the convenience of the old-lashioned st...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 April 1884

MADISON TIIMES. SDiVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL. 1. NO. 10. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1884. T . ... ..... · I m=.t L, . , SO'THERN NOTES. Florida is about to tackle the eultiva tion of peanuta. Poor Florids. A company will be organised shortly to build a cotton factory at Dalton, Ga. The new cuttoni mill at Sidney, N. C., is receiving its shafting and machitcry. .\bout f ,ly fanrna hnve hNorn recently purchased in Green count. Kv., 1, ,.s; _rants r (rli hi,. A pottery ha" t.een ,etail,li.hed at the kaoline mine near Flatonuia, Fla., con ducted by ex: ert workmen. Senator Brown, of Georgia, is giving employment to nearly one thotusand men in his Georgia iron works. The Knoxvij, , mta,,h Wheel Com panv are runnmn, their wheel foundry extra time to fill heavy orders. Three thousand yards of cloth and one hundred blankets are anurynted in the New Braunfels, Texas, mlus weekly. All the money neceaemy has been sub 000. Savannah is thinking of manufac...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 April 1884

.XllA1)SON "TIMES R. C. WEIOHTIAN, Editor & Prop. th th T - - - I YEAR. in ti. ,.1"TI'I 1 .i.Y A1 'I II. li'. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. d e,~citi q .,liiiir, . I s Iii s '~e l ,,v r'ipe i 1ei, l Ii Sro ti Sloe,1,',! tonl,,rt r ie I-i het t rhat which i i as v, hir,'l, iteIf nre yi. ,nll' n ,, tr Str a Ml ,.Ua a l. i'n M e. .n it or i S n kin- I .llrt. I to I. e.. I thlrn Rh thn ' e.: l.' \"ic"t t.hN! lY'Iv e p Ii.R Y, l 4 11I Etr I! e *ST- b? I KRtm te innt, I amS citc l re ni n tlW '1t for T !. - II'(Fit or its Si I'. " KN.ir tl l I, , '11,11 sI)erorn:tic I)itrlCt Tlet. 'E ( Of ah.icliin. I rrt n )Ir LltT-r J n R, tr E . . ' Ei)NIIIi. A , 1, of llht Carroll. O Rn I TIL r NNt-fonIfrN 1(1 (tl ' itl A. i l.H I I , )P.TTI JOSEPH E. ,ANST,:I0)J, c of t Crroll, n nrttce. C . B. T'K, fMntisot-, ( th'n. J. H . (; I. NINI, of " ., f it, of at rr.ll. dOScR Ar i'tolYI. t ORt. A. A T. TRAnFn, t, a . i: o' East l ar1 troll , t Ln. eC. WEWrvNat COwDD. ei. Looi. Jl AtN E. STON,. tOf Erle ....

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 April 1884

MA I)ISON TIMES S.L'I II.DAY, .\IIRI, 1'I). Time "T-º1ºh %,'.. S. ' 1'. Itailroad. ,4 L av, for ".\r. frt*q Mnroe. '1'. T1I)... Munrna 9:lI, 1 ;:. ni........ D lta :... ... . . 1: .rn lt .:, n. m .: ...... l'al!,lah.... 2::1I) p.n 1 -1 ip. I .. n . ... lh thi ........ 1.:l ,Iay 1:5' p. ' s . ... t.. avville ...... 11:(1) ;a.ºi 2:17 p. Ii ........ (;irar ....... Il::3.5a.n0 9 a,', l. . Eaist ;..Mlmliroe. West :45. p.in 8::ii a. nm. ..... Chenire...... 4::0 p.m S: 17 a. m.! ... ..F rksville. .... 4:4s.p n .:Lº :t. In. .......(':ath a ...... :(I) p.m 7:;5t a. in. ...... v-eritt ...... .i:15 p.m :2, ;a. I.. ....( 'lhrt lrant . . . . 5:40 p.nl li:. a". In. .... ..l lru tonl ...... 9:10 1.11n ti::ll. It. 1 ..... ll lngreen .... 6;::.p.m, i:111 a. Ill. . in..  sil,,ro ..... ti:-. np.m 5::I a. ill . N.... w Arvadlia.... 7::31.k I IAual Mail. -Mail front Ashwoodl, New Carthage, Ring and ('ape, arrives .Mondasht, Wed nosiays and Fridlays, at 11:: II.ln., and l:.ve1s :at 2::3I p.m. of sallle...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 April 1884

| -r -", i Inve and Time one Summer'' day Sat and talked together: Love tsw)k up his !ute to play And sang in the golden weather. "Life's fair and brimming cup. Sparkllng, fresh and mellow: Time looked up and gazed at him, Half contempt, half pity: Onlmly smiling, grave and grim. Thus took up the ditty. "All the world in growing gray. Bere, and brown and yellow, Love rosme up and ran away, Leaving Time In shadow, All the golden Summer day, Singing through the meadow. "Sily, silly tboudh I be, There's no need to flout me. Though the wrld may laugh at me. It ecasc°d n.b66t te." RILES UNDER THII SEA. maises taso catty La es .d I Jseht up "r i r t er-Wý*o New Yoest Sun. Many curious forms of fishes nave re cently been band in the deep sea. One fish, dredged from a depth of nearly three miles from the surface, shows a complete modification of structure. At this distance fromirke surface the press ure can heardly be realised. It is esti mated that this fish has to contend spinst a pres...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 April 1884

MADISON TIMES. SDVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. rOL, I. NO. 11. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1884, CREMUi OF' THE NEWS. A COIPLETI AND OMIPEUBEiyV RECORD Oi IPORTANT NEWS 3VBM1 OF T1 PAl WEEK. OarNb y e O~ e dQ Cs denmared. e. um ean CeOS C in Tess anMd eeda. 1 begem. .;,. o Be ,' the well-known anglish dramatist, Rult Zorilla has been expelled from Switzerland. Avout K hawa twOr abMldized by the English government. The French in Tonquin have bombarded and burned Hung Hoa. Osman Digna has made proposals for a n understandlng with the British. M. Weletski, Russian consul at New York, is transferred to London. A beet sugar factory with ,apaelty of 17, 000 tons is to be started in England. Earl Granville Is preparing a circular to the powers on the Eyptian question. Mayor Pillsbury of Minneapolis, issued an order Sueday closing all the saloons. The Pope is eaiý to Le prepasing men eyclint letter naist et eesIcttje.. The Soclalist, Provoosnik, on trial fo...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 April 1884

R. C. WEIGHTMATN, Editor & Prop. i" Ih S 1"1, 1.: . . .- - l 'l:lh YI,:AI:. n leslmIIs twalle ('eltrat Fi rpcuIiv ('on1. IliII'(. .i JohN !t. I'PN c District Executive Committee. ti I.L II'. 8s. ,,f .,ml'i1:, (Ch'n.° " i)4unerati 14' F .u4i4'" ' omlit(tie (of{ t Saidi-oon Parish. V ;. A. 1 -il \~i,,-4iN, (;. T. 'T'.?..;7L:" % T º, .~I, ----- .. .. HOW THE BATTLE WENT. In accordance with the general culstonm the TLiNs produces the tra ditional rooster to cclelerate the victory gained on Tucesday. The ilttroduction into tlhe eimpignll of thel Republicanu St~te ticket mtater i:dlly reduce'd the mijaority the reg hI ars would otlherwi.c ha.ve had. hIt the miajority is suflicient for all tautctical purposes, and is large t cnoughll to prevent any doubt of its icing genuine. The anti-regulars iill no doubt hatch up some ex oise for a contest, all through the cainpaign they have never been at Siloss for an excuse for anIy course (thy chose to pursue. Their ac tions can be properly r...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 April 1884

-T I 'IDA .\Y , .\1'IllL, 26. t t 1., a; ,.. fer \r. from 1 r,,r. ST'ATIV(XN. Monroe ,1 a. . n. ...... ta...... . 4:0 p.m 1(::'1 a. I n. ..... Tallulah ..... 2::) p.n: , 1'-':2 p. n. ..... I)ellsi. ........ 12:(lt a I p. . ..... avvillw ' ....... :lI ) a.mn S:17 p n. . i...tirardl....... I(k::1a .m .* a. in. I: t.Monroe. WVest 13:4.ip.nt m n. .'.... . C'heniere..... 4 p.m S:1; :. 1 ii .... lFrkeville..... 4:4.1p.m S: IE a. In. ......Calhoun..... i:00 p.m 7:-i1 a. m. ..... Averitt ..... 5:1.p.m t 2 a. ....Choudrant .... 6:40 p.m t;(55 a. n, .......Ruston ..... 9:10 p.m f;::) a. lI.. .. Allengreen ... 6:.'L5 p.m 4 6:10 a. ant. ..... inamboro..... 6:5:p.mn 5::R) a. in......New Arcadia.... 7::1)p,.m .. -cal Mail. Mail from Ashwood, New Carthage, iinig and ('Cape, arrives Mondays, Wed necelnav and Fridays, at 11::I9 a.im., and 4 .:laves at 2:15) p.m. of same days. M:il front ()oega and Milliklens (lend arriv.es Monday, W\e(hneRsday and Fri Iday at 11 n.l., and leaves at 2 p.m. of ran...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 April 1884

RA I GaN I LLT. DAVID ATrvWt. Speak gently-it is better far To rule by love than fear; Speak gently-let not harsh words mar The good we might do here. Speak gently-love doth whisper low t The vows that true hearts bind. dAdpt fr dshl's aon tsflow. Speak gently to the little c;lid. Its love be sure to galn; Teaob It in accents soft and mnld. That it may long remain. Speak gently to thb aged one, OrIeve not the care-worn heart. faml e eto og eaor a, They may have tolled in vain; ; Perhaps unkndness made them so; Oh! win them back again. 'Speak gently to the young, for they WIN have enough to bear, Pass through this life as best they may. 'Tf all of anlious care. Speak gently, kindly to the poor. Let no hush tone be heard; Thy have enough thoy must endure Without an unkind word. Speak gently-He who ave His life To bend man's stubborn will, Speak gently-'tle a little thing Dropped in the heart's deep well. The good, the joy which It may bring aermity shall tell. A WIP' ,OHARM. PhUidlp...

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 May 1884

MADISON TIMES. _-__ _ _ DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL.1. NO. 13 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1884, TERMS: 82.0.1 PER YEAIR. DloPPNO CO . I e vt h t otofor i-. ! m a ...._ ..m a..... .. ... t= a a . l DIROPPINO CORN. Pretty Phebe Lane an I. In the soft May weather, Barefoot down the furrows went Dropplngr orn together. Side by side across the field. Beek and forth we t urrled; All the golden grains we dropped Soon the plowshare buried. Bluebirds on the hedges sat, Chirping low and billing: "Why." thought I. "not follow puit. If the maid Is willing?" So I whispered, "Phebe, dear, Kiss me-" "Keep on dropplang:" (aled her father, from th% plow "There's no time for stopping." The oord was lo , the moment sped; The golden charm was broken: Nevermore between us two Word of love was spoken. What a little sip, sometioes. 1 All our hope'relssei Ho the perest breath of chance I Breaks our joy Ia places! Sorrow's cup, though often drained. Neve lash yr filin...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 May 1884

M AI )ISON T'11ES It. C. W EIH'QMrAN, Lditor & P:c. Ei.1: -. . .. $2 lPERl YEARI SAT.\I'DAY. 1.\Y 10. slenbeer Itate ('cnntral Eestlve (',,e. snitter. Joll It. Tý,x,:, Disltrlct Executive ('omnanlttee. .1. B. ,r, e (, of .1lelliso,, ('h ,' . .I. 11 . .v,, ., of ' J. M1. K>:.x :;,Y. if :a-t Ciax roll. Ipocertltk Eelrthte ('onew:ltte tof Madison Pamiseh. (;. A. iru ntsi.on , i. T. Tunzv.VxsT, |. L'. W rslTr sg. (;Gw, J1. ILuxt.. Adverlising lRatee. Adlverti.shi r.aseu. eu1C inc.h or hIe- . $1, first lusm rtic , e . 1i, e.:t. Iper inmc fr eachl rulbmulllellt c.tl;ec.celtive inertionl. iLeOIa l notl' l'es -10l Uts .I r ni'e. M1arria :e an I talth Ii ticteei. free. O)bitnurv notieese tI p.-r iinch or 10 centa per line. IEnmuesa cards of one inch or less $12 per year. One square one month $~2..:0. Prices furnished on application for reaster ausount of sipace and for any lenlgth of timn th'iryl. Any matter fior pIle:tion mnust reach this ollto not later than by 'llsrelayv'...

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 May 1884

MAI)ISON TIMES SATURDAY. MAY 10. _ Time Table V., S. & P. Iailroad. I1 Leaves for 4Atr. from , Monroe. STATIONS. Monroe it !#:l0i a. mn....... Delta........ 4:00p,.m t b 10::P) a. m. ......Tallulah...... 2::) p.m si 12:.'5 p. m........)Delhi...... 12:IiKdav 1:i', p. m. ..... Ravville ......11-00a.u tl 2:17 p. nr . ... (irard........ 10::53 a.nm a ,i:2. a. m.'East.Monroe. West, 3:45p.t d 1:::i a. m...... ('heniere...... 4:0 0p.m 8:17 a. n.'......Forksville..... 4:4 p.m a 8:T7 a. nl. ......Calhoun...... 5:00 p.m 7:-10 a. m........Averitt .... 5:15 p.m 7:25 a. rm.' .... .Chaudrant .... . 5:40 p.m i :.: a. m. ....... R ston ...... 9:10 p.m c::10 a. m. .....Allengreen .... 6::~i p.m 1 4;10 a. m. ......Simsboro..... i G: p.m .5::D a. m.: ...New Arcadia....i 7::0 p.m Incal Mall. Mail from Ashwood, New Carthage, King and Caeri, arrives Mondays, W.- r neusdays and Fridays, at 11::0 a.mn., and leaves at 2:30 p.m.of saue days. Mail frann Omega and Millikens Bend I arrives Monday, Wednesday...

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 May 1884

a L V$nT'YmcT. m T'o th dbilor: e I is .balmy little thing to AlU your hert wtlhk : to ln s Is s somg of glongr aw I ee t bya boy. Ti.aj om .eb m ose dbtwt . .Ih Th sa s so Is the treo. , o Ad the apple limbs are snowingr Their boomse o the frasLrant lea. The bird to hIs mae I eisla ,r. al he lbta ships on the I I, B$ And the el eler's springing tol .wide the gueilng ril' An tea bas l .b16k ha'. tyingll The ra to the bradled puIrp. Abeve the IIs the holow TUat mires eoouVdle sky it dMgthse airy wallow And 00 purple drage lya. The humble lb the bardeh Ba soR the livobeog dayl, h And Maed to her Dolly Verdes aM Pls.- wer aloung the wa liH or leisphoe hIs love ib sigshi., The eris•t begam to hirp. Ad the hey tn the book yards tying 1 Theam to the briedled perp. T .p m . we the astr a, AMd hurt m *1s0gh the aems-nt. o1r mnl M Ihe a troy. AMs deep mew /* bwmaSm. arrrAn I whe tte* pawae to the tosmb, glesigh e ae edlsebI wuem. M -4nper'e WS el. tl Y Nlesmwlm be wors. Beewm mt w1 i nw i1...

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 May 1884

7 MADISON TIMES" . D¬eVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. -VOL I. NO. 14. TALLULA MADISON PARIS, LA., ATURDAY, MAY 17,188 VOL. I. NO. 1. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1i88, TERMS: 8200 PER YEAR. TOMASI J. MOONs. How I may far, love, simc ryoU have toM Me your 111o 47i ti What thoUlh the woe rmows. what though I all, love Life hathabeaoS loi miLae: what mAy it mastert One of lIfe'y pip,   Love can eraseo Faith will eaut palse; Tou can still read. for yourlnoe w i ! What shall I tear, love. Friends my mo harme yet I.'l boe xudq'dM1CI·,L " " r ral to lh9vesmIne he weo" my dsadleov. Iaor at the sowers that bloom on my vne; But r lbe appsasd If thro apt bts tplse. Ife of my Le- ,eW lem se! Life mya have woes, love, Boos of my hartbeat, ", M. W mtpllAledu., t . , e of my heart's lee-pear love is~! ti VI N* TRI PLAINS.  aadt hean nmes a, lod sh~ k, Mwii, with its ,am the aveiear. i re aIgdsCuigsgU adiap. Ifof eisds raN oe ,rea , in ahsettd with elnsellag 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. — 17 May 1884

MADISON TIMES t C. W ErbTAJ, saditor A Prop. TERMS: - - - r PER YEAR. SATCURDAY. MlY 17. inlmStbaoe (central Emecutls e Corm. matee. JOHN B. SToCIL Distrlct zseotive Committee. J. B. xres D[,:ion, Ch1'n.. J. H. uVoI., of J. M. KwsNro, of East Carroll. PIs siemS ateemrr OckammuIee of 0. A. ieamanms, 6. T. Tama.A.xr, l. (. WmeoouAs, 4im. M. Lxoe+. Jows IL S*s.u. Advertlisig Rates. Advertain n rates. one inch or lea, $,rt Amt pertion, 50 coasb per inch for eth ambeeset connecutiwe ansertion. Ia;sl notues d~mne as shabve. Losl notie's l1at c per line. Marrisao and dcatsh notenvs free. (Midtar noticed $1 per ieth or 10 emu pr line. 1.esw cadle of one ich or les. $I1 '-7.,e onle montlh $2.i1. tSes frnleak l on aIllication fair aeltelo e.oo c and for any 1e of time denstrt . Ay matter for pnllicatIon must rleSh this okre not later than 4iy Thuraday's mall. All ammuicatlcrons of whatever na tare should abe addressued to Taxsa, Tal 3l.1*, arish dt lMadion, la. ,p' lantended for puwbls-....

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