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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 May 1885

" C. WIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. 8ATCURDAY, MAY 2, 1`S. . cgBUS OF SUBSCRIPTION. d egg vsAt, * . $2( ) ig YOT11 , F' '. TLass 1SorTs. ' - - 1 Last week was a rainy one. Measles still ihold ,n., in Tallulalh. Colds are a: plentiful!, as in to winter. See the 1proceeling3. of the Police Jury. e Stoves lhve been put away f,'r this season. Eggs are still higher than they ought to be. al Did you attendl the Exposition Louisiana Day ? What is there that is riight cheap a about here anyhow ? to Roses are plentiful now, and ju there is no sweeter flower. al The Police Jury (ti no, t do any- hi thing about the stock law. <l: A shoemaker caul'l in:,ke a re- th spectable living in Tallulah. The Police Jury is open for of fers for a coinftrta',le ro,,:. i' Nice weather this week up tol Thursday morning. w lien it turned cloudy. Nearly forty bo,lies have been taken from the ruins of tho Vick.; t burg fire. 111 If you are going to put in a n'w " gate, get the one advertised in thl. tl TISas. ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 May 1885

TWO OF 3msIN'rm S JE5. mew he tattled a Telegraph operater Is and Preveked Prefamlty. "I reckon Thomas A. Edison was one of the finest men that ever handled the ar keys," said a telegraph operator to a GI reporter. "I knew him when he was one of the boys, and he was no 'ham' you can bet." en The reporter looked at the speaker in- TI credulously, and the latter, perceiving it, ar observed: "What I am telling you is true. Fact is. Tom, as we used to call him, ain't old v( by any means. As I was saying, I knew H him years back. About my first work m was in Cincinncti in the same office with ha Edison. I was fresh, then, and the fel- fe lows laid for me. One night I remember se that I was just through, and about to go b home. There had been a rush that day, b and I was mighty tired. Just as I was ni putting the few blanks that I had left 01 on my desk in my drawers, some one called me. 'Hello! Who is that?' I r, asked. 'Pittsbnrg. Get ready to take a ni lot of press matter,' was the rep...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 May 1885

anl III I |1 L i I I Igg · I I I I I • I I _MADISON1 TIMES. ,......--- - DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF 'MAIDCON PARIsII. VO. NO. . TALIULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. MAY 9, 1885 I: ,'<. CHURCHES Or MEXICO. t the Grand Cathedral and the ex-la qgetltlon Baliding. We visited the church of El Fernando, d Santa Cruz, Corpus Christi, YElesia c de Profesa, Sai Domingo, Guadalupe. and many others, writes a City of Mexi- d eo correspowlent to the Baltimore c American, but I only prop.se to descrihe a two or three of the most proninent. tl First comes the (;rand Cathedral, and it Ip is a buil,'ine worthy of the nane of erandl and of its history. The Grand ('all edral c is one of the' m.,on ilt, -ir, Iuihiliang3 of a Mexico. and irneditely att racs the p attention antd t licit the adrz,iration of ' the str.an er. It is situatel in fro t ,of the mainFquarc, and sarroonded by a well n, kept garden. It is builtonthe very spot F where once st-wod the Aitfi l'eonllis, al devoted to the worship of ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 May 1885

E s'te :t €- - -.. -- -. . M \i)ISON TI >1. RP. C. WEIGIITNMI, "rditor & Prep. TERMS OF SJfBSCRIPTION+. i it II: Iflutll . lI ean c State ('cmL ral Itrc tative (Cnt :v 1r' Jo _N I. _St . IYr. IMst.rict ' xecutive Committee. ii f. t . : , . : , \f ! n d i .: , n , ( ' h ' n . ( 1 .I . 1 1 . ( Id i1:t ., o " " . '1 . . Kr:n;:iv, of i:ast C.,rrolil. til .4 hi':il pvr i in ! r i rk (t I .l), _1 . tli , " ]l , l :!e so r: a !: t . . - :1 ,1 ,a r iith •h.; i .,h ', Y " t lte p per, w ll bh s.ent to you I' . ." the .i bsc'ipitie' p c i. r 'j-ir 1 r,"'"1 I1C- .t fore next is.,,Cr. il, Paid for be' re l,:edi,;' s: ..C.: : fat lijme, Uhe F icadi:C: L' cfu discoCnti:Zd. . 1 vTI,' vyung 1 il,,w' of (onin,,ldore !il Vanderbilt diI!l of pnllumonia in til New York, .May -1. n Ch'arles Mitcheil knitok,. 1 Dun-i, can Ross senseless, in aS mn Fa;in-( cisco saloon the first lick ,iine night th last week. 31 Justice Wylie of the Suprelne ' Court having resigned, Wn. S. 1 Merrick has been appo...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 May 1885

notRMs OF Ti; 1SCrIPTLON. , - - 1 1)1 ]. I 9P T. Subscrile for the T¶iME:. Hiave yOU had your picture ta-en. If the river gets dangerous. you will be notified. Good still frost ieot week, Friday an.? Saturlay nights. Mr. M. P. Erwin iS said to Lhav the finest corn crop in the pari-h. TI.r, was a rig.t ]Hily sIower of rain Tueslay morning in T: llu lah. There will be somno iprove melnt, }h,,rtly in tie V. . 1'.. plropelr ty at TellulV. G(reat Scott! our Major-M:.jr Albert C. ; ilsonl is an afillicant for the position of consul to Ile:'re.' In the trial of I. L. .Tone.', ltao postiaster at L ike Providence, the jury brought in a verdict of guilty. : The V. S. &r P. have miade slight change in their schedlule which you will ice by tn-t.l:ing the time table. In the Sc'iol funi apport!' ,n mnet, madile A 'ril ?. 1i' , MA:d!i son parish.  get.-"  ,'L , a d. iu - credlitel with ,"' r c'htl chit ' ir' The TimE has received a copy of the cnlarge',ilMounter. After kicking at patent...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 May 1885

MODWEEN CHRONICLES. The efeaulalg Sank Cashier Abroad. And in those d.rys there was a tumult in the temple where dwelleth the chang ers of money. The doors thereof were closed and the officeers therein were sore in spilit and sadly vexed. The portal of the vault yielded not to the blandishments of tine, and the prayers of the populace did not swing it ajar. And they cried aloud in their grief, saying: "Behold we sent our gold here for safety in vain. We have instead of security an sepulchre." "The tomb of our wealth hath been sealed, anJ the seal thereof breaketh not at the tuc'h of the wizard, for hath not the wizard gone away without breaking the seal?" And when the ninth hour was come many there were about the temple, but none worshipped nor yet did any give thanks unto the Lord; but they did n:ut ter curses upon him that fleeth. And the governor of the temple camp forth and stood before the people, and as he stood among men, he lifted up hi. voice and wept; saying unto them that...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 May 1885

MADISON TIMEs. DEVOTED TO TIHE WELFARE OF M1AIDSON PARISH. VOL. II NO. 14. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. MAY 16, 1885 TERMS: 82.00 PER YEAR A ('OQUETTE'a DEFENSE. L.OCI?1 CHANDLER MOULTON. .ed, rid roses glowing in the garden Rar. white .i.i.s swayini on your stilks; a Did you hear met. pray. my sweet love, for par- } dn. pasling with him adown your garden walks:' Ah, you glow and smile when the sun shines 1 upon yol- You thri I w;th soft delightat the tearsof thi dew : And the wind that caresses you boasts that I hie won ottI- Do you talnk, ttr flowers, to them all tote true? r an, dew and wind-yes, they all are your lovers. Sun. dew and wind-and you love them back aglrin; And y'u flrt with the vagrant white moth } that hovers Above your sweet beauty, and laugh at his pain. Shall I. then, be deaf to the lovers that love t me? And because I can hear. should my sweet 1 love com pl a: n? Docs he not, in torgiving me. stand high above rue. And punish my fault with his gentle di...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 May 1885

MA I)ISO)N TIMESI I R. C. WEIGHTNAN, Editor & Prop. ,ATI'ID Y).Y. M \Y it, 1-5. rl TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I'V - o r. vrta. - . . . . . . $2 ,i r pi x W ITII 4, - - -'ti ti t Mlernlwr State (entral F:truestiv ('orm. tI'e hilllto'e. ilj t DI)istrlct ExccutivO Co mmittee. tha J. B . 'ThrN . of M: liun. (''•. ti J.. t. (ivI.Foil., of " ref . -1115 ,raph i,,li,',t,' that w,"" Xiw ": 1 v\as i,, wilt ir.' :11:Mr ,i ' . ,,, trca .r.'. itl .4 Weie pa;r ,t , ,'i rk at this ail' fr 9; ., t',,,, ,,, '.th thi ,is, t,' lt:1 t sto 1're p( 1r.. w s ,ill lar Y at , to I ,t . is. i'a,,r t,'rt ysp,,r. aill' Soi t[jr Burke has sent in hi r- th igiiatiiiui as Itirecti r-( (nilral of tl c Pr Exposition. Thlt hoard utf lat-; agement accetlted it, to take etfeet May IUtlh. bu The cool spell e hald last week. gr was the result ',f a much coil(r hi time in the North. Ohio had a. tht snow storm, n d Iowa and Wi.'i- ta consin, a freeze. II When a country editor, in New Orleans goes out to the lake and "l...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 May 1885

R. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor Q Prop. ' SI-. TERMS OF SUBISCPIPTION. ....i -f .. .. .... ... il ' A I: 1. i I ". -, "' 1"I' Pa," vour "ul,cri' tioll. h1 1id 1 ',y u In plant a y,.l ,( ro: , rnl,? . W\ho ::d ythuint g about over- ~,' flow ? f: 'l'iis tro n ii su ý i.ring fir a ,, xi. hutcl. t1 ('m! I lle t ilc t) a l screcelillg rI- 1a ol'rtilt'l'." N,'w lhta" t s will sF),)n be plen ti ful. Jolhn L. \Vilon has feunccd h!s. luhmn,,r yardl.t Thel' to'k liw still rcma:in an it ruun itig.ttei fraudl. 1 !liatt do) you think :aout Mr. i Al ll 1 ust in' - ltattl. lnnt t \Vh ,1,11 u v ii av, 1: -ur piW i 0cturo 1t, tlkel \olllu ll lSt Lnot ;riln. ' I),wherr'ies arc .-,lling in Jlaton IAuse at live (flits " pint. th Rv. M r. lr'1,s-.eir, was maii d ii'lli 1 in New ()rl1ans la.t weck. Yol , hav'e it lluch ti el, left i : lwhich to sC the LExl,,:-iti' l. I, I 'TIei col spell i over, but it w staycd with us about a week. 1 a ll ng your corn it will bnclit !(u.f will comile iii v,.rv hln:l :lIut it...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 May 1885

AN Aumr of PUFwURSe. vi Ju Si' yl Floronoo on Inmokoer or Ihe o Present IDe. of "Now, your Turk smokes and drinks of coffee, the onean antidote for the other," su said "Captain Cuttle," as he entered the dre!eing room to don the every day habiliments of William J. Florence. R.veral gentlemen had been discussing the public idea that General Grant's mortal illnes was due to excessive :n dulgence in tobacco. Mr. Florence was asked what he knew about the habits of of actors in this respect. w "Edwin Booth," said he "is an invet. 1 crate pipe:moker. I saw him during " the war with a pipe which was his con- w stant companion. He often smokes in u the morning while dressing, and prefer h 'Fruits and Flowers.' John McCullough a smokes cigars-mild ones-and- perhaps too many. He smokes a cigar the first f thing in the morning, and always a good P one. Penr 'ed Sothern would get rid n of 100 cigars a week. He always shoved one on a visitor, with brandy and water sometimes, and filled his own o...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 May 1885

MADISON TIMES. D -VOTED TO THIE WE LFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL. 11 NO. 1i. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. MAY 23, 1ssa.: THE BABTHOOLDI STATUJE. g~aslostStapendols Work orth Kind In lthe World. This new wonder of the world, which is now being loaded on theFrench trans port Isere for shipu.ent to this country, is the lar, cst statue in the tsorll. Some idea of its nagn:tudle may ,be obtaiued from the fact that for'y persons found standing room within the head. A six foot man standing on tiue level of the lips only just reached the e\ebrow. While workmen were emp. r\(l oi the crown of het head they senme i to be making a huge sugar-caldron, and they jumlted with ease in and out the tip of the nose. Fifteen people nmight si: round the flai:e of the torch, which elevation :an be reached by a spiral staiicase within the outstretched arm. The London Daily News, in speaking of it, says: "It is out and away the larg eat statue of modern times. The (:Colossus of Rhodes was nothing to ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 May 1885

It. C. WIT~ r-'L; " L ' , . r TE!R.. OT' r Sc:..TIT'I7 O J. Frý r '"r', - - - - - ' "* $ 5 :5 U ,V , T ! I - . . - . , S*l*n'L r ;tn:bt ( illritr I '.,'5 titi!v' c 'i . J. l: i i. . t K >. Di trict Exe,'it!i ho V Olnllis tl :" . J. H . trl Fof . 1 :t is ...t.i i'n. ti . ! . I;1 e i,," ... i(f ' " A hil pencil mark at this ptarn 9 erfpv:fl ,. ,1r . that this is the last time fte p'tp,'," 'il bl e seat to yon u',lesr the .,t' ,i','jtri.ti, pri)et ' i C rLeitd le fore :,I'. le:;s e ,'-. _ _ ue . a. , ,;L.: t - -- -- **--- B. I •g. rm . , it, MaN.a . I: s. C ;,:,ri; : 'c."· i i: i:,t l,(Ilc,. a.:d get s l. it. -. < . -_ -:. :. - - the gl..v(zuierint. orslt' r.t rvof tt:'li t t : 1' (i I i Vtfor , ^t,: i tl ! ! ' . jil ytouthe . 1'a , .. is . t il I r ii' tTectlled with t. .tho nd fe v, plague wt.i, cause. by imaruolw w.:ter. --o a - Ei -Secr'trn of St;. te Frthd" r i-. T. Frln. -hultn - ..d L t W. .! nesrday. i lihd ctn wcasillo:: for weeks. prize at the Nee Oriacc s dirigl tht ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 May 1885

. ,,U 11 1 - w i -- 7- i.. - t . .:., t- " . 1 . I.l;'e "c r pieture taok ' hty 1.r. p bL v. I.I :'.. .1 I .. --. i t t,. 1 . 1 .. 1 .1:." Ei. +. * , ir . A u. fi t fall. C . .. . ; " . , ; • • 1,` i : . t , it' hati 1 I..`! a t o ti:..1 . 1. ºM r ,' , ,. ,. h S. ' ..... TM •. lix -t ( eleti1 ttn, w t2 U:1. .fc.: the l 1 1 , ,n'Ih r,:t'. 1 :.r , : f1 l , .u ....e r cr dtlar t o nd lT : . i,, w.hic e. h, t th th .w . ..., :.p th', e w. oun, . ' +,; ..... +... . otf a . ", I. . r u.. r h tm .. ll 1brc. o fhr o n: ..-'y, v;-, - They r'ei t, "hl'y woo d. ll, i, . 1hef' ir, 144rr , tl,, (::',t ' c., l i . t. .-. The 'itr. (t M . .7 . PI. t Sather"ul hitn C tl; .tra •I t.,h cutya+ " iat atur,. ay. 11? wa  rt: - in h To'::d war it qiuirel s ot. .lt Aun h, bantchofa tho ru t" hor o:. lry ric ts. ti, ey w on a, . t rlii Iothati,,. Twhey, :_eri n tiu n: e ptgto! h t 1)r. T zP h u wo . F'ri2,c 1)Ot l ".w I , o 9," were pretrd , 'e-, h'ut i . - 1he TIe" r. oie T"hi 1, w a Frids a next. o ...

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 May 1885

nAREY BBANDON. T EDMUIND E. PRIC. Omoer. bring up your prisoner: lit quick and make the charge. a Drunkards and bums like him should never Ib be at large. Look at the wretched creature, covered with filth and rags. Reeking with fumes of stale beer, companion e for old hags 'I That wallow in the gutter, lost to all sense of shame. Swear out your amdavit. What do you say's his name? What'sthnat-Harry Brandon? "wDad drunk,' t you say."last night?" That name takes back my mem'ry to the thi ketof the flight. V When I led my men at Malvern Hill. Oh, it was a g,orious day:- I The last of seven, fighting-but we kept the Rebs at hay, How they fought, those So'therners, and shed i their blood like rain: Such bravery was ne'er seen before, nor will ever hbe again. We'd masked our right within the pings Just at the break of day. Waiting, with grape and canister, the charge of the boys in gray; They like a mighty avalanche, came rushing o'er the plain; We mowed them down with bbell and shot. but...

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 May 1885

MADISON TIMES. D\'VOTEI) TO TlHE WELFARE OF MAIDO0N PARISH. VOL. II NO. 14. TALLULAI- MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. M1AY 30, 18 A MitiK ELOI % (LOWK . w ld "Pask tie' BaWh), (atlch Rats, Or, L and do Ollter Tleingl. iSpeakin' ot tl,. time at .' rentark gd  rftnathe' J 1 k-i ';-ii,, thten the 'N birtd girl aki , ' --" hi hl e.t fr "W ner. ,te ii 'I- ,, ,t a 'l tk I hadl Jih whenl wnt t" "ue'ek"ii" i'. I ,.10 "A "ti clock iouten tle' in,';,in'ry of n' ;h" at discarccel .gai,,ve l tlhat I kt, airoi-- 1 is the strip l I!1," :.k of the bra-- "N oundry, a l w-,r,".l : it -rte nte', i1 1e year '." co urtr "What wai- ti're ie'culiar ao,,iut your " I clock, I'rhar1 hl e "' T''nn r"The most iciulhar ''i"- i abunt it wias hentl s ,ingularity. Iin the tirst place. that aiei dock 'ud set in thlie imatel and rock the ' radletill y ,ll ,ut i, weep ifor jv. I lad been ires radialin' iuit trIui the tlv-wi heel: ho tb were attachel to the er:aile. aindt , !h the thing wa, 1,lne." "But at that tu:W' ,...

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 May 1885

ti .'.; . f. - . . -AT I .I A '' , T. - " . 's i r i . - - - . g J . 4 'r . .' , '. - - - , j , 2 ::' : 1 11't, 1,. (r.', ... ",, :. 1 ^ 1, If. , l ! ,',, I; Sh. . - . . . 2: . Tlicj .tti .l , t i' .. I,: ' .. ia reheari T he au ,ire' , ( t.11.. . fncto, y 1~:1 .l,.ir LI Ciht i.( v pfin ('tl 1 ::r- :a i t ic,' 1i\.ii; rn distrih c -t h, l.,ui .lt c Jamwd N,. ( s,' , t I rtla . I,.,,l ,, I ltiII cwcrks fnr M.ti.'!il ,C l ,'r, ,w York h:.: : . h-, !,,: keen 1,,,x 1 ,, ,rl in his ncc unt : to, tile a:.o i.t; ,:. Take a 1-f ij of II)per nti i'ac' It. ierman i& re o's.. af rniture factory ten cenlir'ry wcn-: tu,n dd i, fire on 111c ' "- in.' . "Mr. tli('rn:'n tim at,,s Ilia I,, a1L :,1,,out .'' -, ,* ,,! vhicn h is Ci,,ICtoerl '.' in , lon ,.nee. Alton, Ill., was \i rit,.1 1,y a Ii, t ; ructivd tornado n the idi lit, oF Sthe 215 th, in 1whI 'everr lanrg,, buon ildinrt the river frl nont ere 41amal nri, ^,"o : n " i: t 1'. 1:'. .1inc'" ne them, the Natifnil Milll , thel Roller Mi...

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 May 1885

11- -- -. *y t ", y l t S, " , ri:' It i , r !. 1141' . 5:;: . I - 110 ri . I t i: entt", ! 1:,..1'1.¢.:ý (, l a. t')1117,i .-.;' 1!otto "v . HI .ee z n The ,'^rly Y:'ird catc,','. the worn . r. ,. ,.. 4 but hli,, : !.' u,-;  i , on. at  Li:.:,:it t'. t h . r. r .'ol wt a. :"' " : : *". " " Fmoil n`. y in ) l: . k ". V.t. but thy,. I. n' ) t .-. ', - tree 1e 1 '. (. 1411 m by n th Ia:.' Qm .1 a: t ('1 1t(( ii t'b .1'.; he I :h :1 t :,! ' ,: ·l v t'i. .. ] oAt o th L ' 1.: .ri , . , t"' Thnce , i-, V u : h 1Y,: nt,' , i . ri " 1. " (icturs b lo n a ; ·rcn ' I t t'O question ji.. Awf hoC Bt . democrats (r iu;t 1npI " . The Clai borlne a GTdian ;t on. t:h opinion, that un1k 4 (. l've outb Cthang s los .li'c.',l wi.,\ i.,c ili tl:le llA S pt i,.'i , ' 'ly Tallubdi SundUv Ech43.i uMr. C. A..oI I will re"ian onE mor.e wek in T'1' ll ul i. all wanl' I le will go troI. h. r" to IN hi. Gr ; ie;. King, ctI: ls w'C t it 1 ho has a great l,, h,. ] r oIr"" about the War !. lepiait ,, 14. ...

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 May 1885

IUSHll THE WOOD. All WrILIAM M. taooGt.n 'lhougnh the woodlands when the day Doves the dus night awn h Ai the hll-to peearly helrht u rtesan t the creeping light, above the valloqy pire. . "l the ndrbt-mI> lf tnenr thes- wp t wt hlstlO clesr and low. t Down the woodland path 1go. -3 the dew uponth¶F55 sId the owsip's carpet sweet Pa ee'ath my springing feet. t An4 the daJsy.bloIsom' eye O ls asmy step draws nlg~ f a braise her tiny cup. ire her lord, the sun, is up! VIS I ehirrup to the bird. e from rest he scarce ath stirred; eV W eistrilla witb lu ing lip the fern or budding clover ti athis swift form closes over; Ae with merry heart ring out, oo New a warol, now a shout! u. t wander ere the sun w4 to the forest's noIses ll tepanridge, wild thlngs voices. gr ye with tenderest heart of all. here the cooL damp shadows fall, all Iut'ne-llat'gnllo· a I s To hear tbrooklets water flow. e owIng.-owlnE-'tls a song. de Glaid r list to all day iong: Of it tells me. soft and clear. orf...

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 June 1885

- MADISON TIMES. D)VtI(TED TO TIIE WELFAI OR MAID4wn PARIiI VOL. II NO. I; TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURIDAY. JUNE ;. I,$.; T SALE OF A VIRGIN SOUL. he a rter of a Young Society Be 's Honer. khe utitea0 BSargaim of A Werd-Sared is kWor. -S di g Hoer lesh and Blood a Lst's Altar to Keep Up a Fasiuoablea Edutblhmont.-The Story of EIlice LI sbrelgo. "Did you read a short piece, copied from a h lttsburg paper, in today's Republican. re mgating a father selling his daugh to a n 1 ,low who was to ake sher, al body and soul, whe she became teen 0o year of " b "Yea." "Well, I know of a much better case than d that, and a genuine case, too, that happened a right here in St. Louis, and resehed its cul -m-atlou last winter. S The speaker is a well known man of the n djy, who had met a newspaper acquaintance y the Southern one evening last week. - "Sit down and give me a pointer," quoth a he t the pencil. kDsm't need to give you a pointer. I can I e youa the whole story. I am a 'friend of ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 June 1885

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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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