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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 November 1886

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARIsII VOL. IrI NO. o4. TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 188,;. TER---8?.00 PER YEAR PEnt'ONS AND THINGJ. IT i=- ':t:l thi: 1 .1iah:m D. llctt.'l rolle:.t t: et'.r:,l to hi:. h uvcls by " iop. ping' with hi. v if,. IlltC. I oL..4 A n, gi,.ri to lmak,'i hr'" home at "'Pett'I Prospect.' I'. .-h ltc Clevelatur 4 eountr  il;l:vI. TH'E C(t'o! e Ia:stor- :n foIrt, o,:: of sixty-on. r:iuri-lhe in N,.w York at said to favor lli.::rv I .er;,' f "or tat or. rrt; leader dof Il Knightl- of .lathor. Dlr. T. V. l',,d *..:ly, i, a d,'vn,,t it,,m:n (atholic. and attendus I,.-,, t ith grcat regularit,. DPi. SA'tt:I. 1. W i'.ln, nol: having had an nh l thtnitinz ". % ; I'" : i 'rei dent Cleveland in 111he Aliron1i.wk~ ha:. returned for a two week,' outiu_. THE Younga Men's ('hri.tia: a--,r ia tion at Ro.leter, N. Y.. i, :rwc,,in. It has.75 ilenlwr ant d metr . n an  of" the $7r,000 required has been lc'c!g. I for anew hall. TI...

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 November 1886

T y VEIF.TM S. t'or & P -rc. '. E. - -PLim , .. - TURADL , N. . S OF SUBSCRIPTION. tal Centratl kecatile t.'m. mittce. Joas B. D.- 45 eentheo C(ommittee. G-u.r:1, of - *. KEEY, O F it . i. di . er : tK,: . . -.. " - -. -- e .piir in : will be r.l tt. c ' o'pnio pi,1Ce i- ., .W fiue. . sea :... .....: " : ; - .. W: seat. threatens to leave se i ore to New York. c 'a opponent George iI. 111 contest the electiun. anrine law. will re- t than ever, wantnu bhat pruduct. stock yards strike in, as started up again this li, Jo 1 comgratlulati'n was.a Btm the president by Mr. ri Ef las pouring into C(hi-; t i tke the plae of the of the drew the capital prize in tie La. Lottery, last a: urm show in New °.1 '`. week exhibited over' tt eof crysanthemums. ii O. States feels just asNl eve over the election. Trms rejoices. It is ins ded. He had been ila raging fever, shot e a~rrhemar, third son of er Denmark, has been dof Bulgaria. lie is i P. Leathers hast broken m river obstrcetions:, Jet...

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 November 1886

'01· ON TDI 4, dir IProP rp atl - a. n . but 'l ' h w e .1. .11w .f2 (e d:ive or . . ' ,,,lai. Th, WORK ecl e IF'r . the , S, r l'fre-a y i shtown now. T S was do mp and milTd. h a tl e a s w as li .r ;1l ienol and an out Tal- much a teL. inttown quitc y- tis week. o .t TO esold wave struck T flulh, oby I oday oroing. that eA weather can be looked for .ri'l . .e i, isahave i. Beer, "-for am . *i:an met grew dcbeesen Iu meain s visited Wednesday h111: l.i.vy shower or two. h e " lrt djoamred Thursday. , ir' J 1ahsh m light. " e bshuld be an agitation i t l, ~ outh railroad. tie ." t the Madison House c ut aoe to Tallulah. ti, i-l l ek brought a good show- 1t .iwyer to towa. .hl1 1_. hilit 1 epletely successfl ovt\l * 1k;L , haslay, is to cut off ',C,, -nds.. Tue wgLev od hn vedhi have been misinformed. i - llyit, does not mean IILZ I the am oppositin railroad the S!I. P., we would have zti reported thick in the cf them over a footis ior l double the cost of R' 1k e ines, to get it h...

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 November 1886

MYO OPHQOIA. The R7Wesil of Heeent observatlons lPrateUst Mistncocptions About S-'WIoeretn Danger of Rabies Eslss--sattlatses or .Mor. s111ty. Every pa-'uiu r" t mer' riing, it- quo. tI of siorie that have gonur mad, of children and people bitten. aawl of •whole ncighborloods thruow lIte states of wildest cittemrnt r the supposed presence of a ralit :au'usal in the neighboriooel. Living in a neighblorhoor d where ýe eral alarms* were ,souualed during the lest few months, the writer was more impres.el with his own as well as the iginorance of other people about its pe euliarities than with the disease Itself, and in iis ssrch for the literature on the subject, in the Ihle.. of spreading some eolightmeat, found nothing more recent or authoritative than a nartiele on "Hydrophobia in Pars.'" contribnted by 1. Dnjardin-Beaumelzn to that most remarkable of periodic publications, Lee lelnr et les Arbs. To be sure, the writer of the article -Io question Is a believer in Pasteur antd h...

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 November 1886

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO TUE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH '1OL [Il NO. t . TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LA.. SATIURDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1884. TERMs---..Oo R TEXR :-;~~~~~~~~~~11 · . U1 ne3~- u1 u1· • m u nnmmnn11Jtnun|I mm uu rmn| WEmKY NEWS SUM_3I3ARYt gas contst, %.alhea.y a araisa T. e Ua ., -a. mi -e ieI eI -, 4'!' ft! daa* ! JaIh Prill anaa abtS twenty other i.. ua-,e'. aat ark. all with luhted laImps n ( ha-r lt .at,. Prill S-Ila Iheled, aind thijie "a, )n* ait wurk b asmit vein of Iulphur thant be.ame i;- t ited. ald Prill was c; ,ght in the aflarrn'. o wau esrled near ' burned t, deathnand gij bably die. 1t1, t hug : famnily. The 0of o lb1i'e .ILliphur .a. . not n0 to the ~moers. A tlklswt bell-breel Indian ly.-.u bout gjyerse d. died on the early WCahlnnsl tram W,Ia.als sorniag on fite war. hoennnia Sat MskgLs, IT., hetween L.thIliil 1,l and SB auIthbority o! the caroaner of S .ho wa n on the train. tliheaidy , 5k*.chithd a*lnd I,, iiuneast IU _e behphad two companioin -....

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 November 1886

DISON TIME E SIGETNAN. Elitor & Prop. SIClItZT, - - Publisher. gg OF SUSB3CRIPTION. 5agesvs ' - - * * ;75 rnate Central Execatlte Conn. mittee. Joax t. lxOeutive Committee. . TONE, ofMadis.on. (Ch n. GnsLor., of " tNr:EDY, of East Carroll. yenril mark at this purra jadicates that your subscrip espire in two weeks. peeil-lmark at th!is para. p g.aethat this is the last titec t11 be sent to you unless Le price is rcceired be f ureas ,,ega. a.! ver:i:e - .must be p.:.. ;.r bc :'e before ,:e d.: :: o Ld a ppear ,he S,'cnd ued. Eustis is back in W'ash-. ehes parish had a cy week. are in favor of a demo r from New Jersey. , Va,. has recieved 3$. pounds of tobacco, the last parish is to have an elsc. parish officers and a Lo the legislature. partes interested in the ppi Valley" railroad around stirring things up. that the Baltimore and ting for the purchase er interests. Success esclaped from the ry last week. lie was in years. A reward offered for his capture. y upwardness of tihe siv...

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 November 1886

ADISON TIMS WWgTMANJ, Editor & Prop . arT . - publisher. S- ATURDAY, Nov. 7, I5%. ;"as OF SUBSCRIPTION.K -1. " 75 S30573- - - jaeorprate. well you all say so, we'll in n orate. A Cold wave struck Tallulah How bare you been since IZThsDkiog day anyhow. Th ist time you feel like eat .ia a arit rate dinner, go to the' Kadisea e. Mr. Burns sent the edi!or of the Thits a nice duck last week, which was much enjoyed. Miss Maud O. Smith was roar ried to Mr. Chas. B. Muir, on Nov. R4, at her home on Bayou Vidal. The streets are dry again, and the roads are nearly so, thus mak iq walking and riding pleasant. lie RLena Sparrow left Tallulah jasj Sunday. for Rayrille, where .heee ontemplates making a lengthy iMr. Walter Donahoe has come as top, in his struggle with p fever, and is now rapidly I'aks to C. L. Gilpin for a dbuear meat last Saturday.  isaagreeable day, and it thelght there was something r forgot something, and ibck in the early part of this is look foe it. It took sev to find ...

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 November 1886

OURING HARD DRINKERS. A hliadelphia Woman's Wonderful gaae*es In the Treatment of Victims of Alcohol. What shonld be the treatment of v:c '- tim.s of alcohol is a queetion, says The Philadelphia Times. whicic has been discussed and arguned for many years and is still undcterm ned. Various forms of treatment I:have been offered .s the best and sb:tfaft, but as vet there has been no spj)C:tic i('rtaedl nccepted by the world. T'ie poor bummer who is whirled to the station-liouio in a Spatrol-wagon with his brain mu,!dlel _ kh 6 cent ruin, lies in his cell nl1 ' 'ight, and g es to Mloyamensing prison the next Imorring. Unless he is actually attacked with dellrium trcmuens he Is allowed to sufrer the tortures t,. te damned unaltenl:d by doctor or a rse until turned it. if he has b. come a luisance to the p,:,l:cemcn the bu :mmer may b, cct to the hou,:: of no rrection. Tlere tie doctor do - Shim with bron d.i of potassium uint I "his nerves are c Imedl, alnd :afew wtieki work in the qual...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 December 1886

MADIS • TI. "-DEiVOTED TO19 ARE OF MADISON PAIBH VOL. 11 t ) . •- TALLULAH, MADISON PARISt LA, SATURDAY, 1 TERji---8i.00 PER = ~I llnIr, NNTA~PWIYSJVhT~i( LOVYŽ~rEL O. sag.e dreamn'd, in ,lre , "tr a' s Of visimoary grae'. st bhald w tan.lhh. r,:-. :ý r secalar emhabrr: 7 l l) 'eie love a b.stra,.|z I,] - p .ut~ed to a surld lik- thi-,). ' WUllalte the rapture of a ki. In eaalpty sp-cel '-i ¶ieiebeole h il'. Nail etber. lhi:. Ui sfWeer while I amn he re " r' Aaý eless divine. se soal to mewtal tii a i, U orlealshoEld gnrmt a e , rca , .. 11, 1y hlrond lailth hi'. atngs- -nta I 4h dreamll Ie in- . 'I M we seek. ray p~hie friend I m oak wtole! "' gary pha eophtir inl:Wl. Wh autuave' ordlnance ,eahl lrne', "' i~ till we allct The Ibthctic goal. -~-- '-"- ---~ DENSI)W'S CURE. "Ef Fd a knowed that hen war Iblil i I wouldn't ha' brung it to ye, The speaker was a tall. ga;lnt Ar kansas "*boy," and thie Iy'v he ahl,,re-.a ed was Madoline hield, a smart. girli.h' woman, standing barehea...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 December 1886

WEIIGHTMAN. Ed:tr & Prop. . HICKEY, - - Publisher. QATUlAT. 1)EY . 25. P046. SOP SUTBSCRIPTION. S.... 75 SIme Cenutral Execulve Cum. Uaittee. Jon.s i.. Sr,,xe. Executive Committee. $ . STORE, of Ma'lioi, C(h'n. U GILFOI., of " SKZg.sIv, of E.st Carroll. e pencil mar" at l,;giA ,arn l dicates tlat /ou'r subscip e.rpire in tro vreer:'. s pencil mark at thi; parai mSCLAasth thix is is thela ihe will be sent to you unless * pric is receiccd be Saduestry is tcviving all sountry. Knights of Labor and the aUnionts, are having open depot, Miss., is an un aeighborhood for labor the theories of the reform. confronted with facts, the reat. said on good authority that d.Relknap will certainly pad of the year. Alderman, Arthur J. Me sentenced last Monday years and a fine of $5.000. sialdence of M1rs. MI. A. at Delta was destroyed hest week. Th petition for the rail road. around thinking you any day, but go and do it f you mean to sign it. ing has not made his ap at Washington. It was time ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 December 1886

rIIGHTL AN, Editor & Prop. I. ICIY. . Publisher. kTRDA. " DLEC. *23, issa;. OF sUBSCR'PTION. asr. " jV |OR A SPCIALTY _ DRIFT. Ba's to you! Jew moon to-day. SMerry Christlaas to you. Coart opens Monday week. Turkeys are dull and heavy. "Tallollh has a new wagon scale. A creole pony delights a boy's Many a cake was Laked in 3JIdi this week. The war on the ring is laid up r epairs. Police Jury, the second Monday in January. The Y adison House has a boss amer to-,day. Taxes become delinquent after Friday. hiskey is sometimes called 'ty water. ders grin when they read Itm's brags. war against patent outsides to have ceased. mat limit with a fifty cent is the latest poker kink. Madison Hrase is doing a meciness. and blow will run a wind Ite is a wind mill. did about as well as qite of the alleged hard gton Hotel in Vicks place to stop, when city. was in Tallulah wwpiend by his son, hifm. hear Lewis Bros. com times, because they the live TIMES. is selling goods takles they advertise ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 December 1886

Ia Oereh Chirs. Uqesr combliations are met with erehob chodre, but few can boast so as arrangement as that sport Sehoir in a village church near n, Conn. The soprano is a handsome woman of some thir rs. and is now wedded to her huaban(L The gentleman thus pli s the organ, while hus 1e1o.1l H h ho was divorced from the three vears awgo works the or pump. Waith all this tih' miiusical are good frieudi and pr.ie.c the is harmony. Conncttenut long leane renvwncz *.as th,' lana of habits," ulnd its reputatmun ap ig extend to its chlureh choirs divorce courts, nw ;i.lt:lnting I . plparent incongruitV involvecd. ml ,lo  rJ.na. remedies and old ones indler new are twinsl onstantly intr,,thiced to ?pblie. but ri.j. Bull's Cough Syrup still the Ited for the cure of Coughs. etc. t5 ceuts. TNXNEL and Fenton Tunnel. 14 and 12years respectively. nere Kr st Fort Smith, Thursday for Ifatally an older eornpanion. TELE8APHY h."sA..b:"."." iread. Jd. D. . sers, asr., eNdOlie . I oM a.a'-'s-g "d r4...

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

*-- * .''_ _ __ _." "' lg i --' . --" .. . . . . . . . :.. _ ... .. .. , ''' i ' '".. . . . , . . . . . . , , , . , , _ _ _ ,,, , , , , . ,. , , . . "',"_ _ , 0. M~'ADISON TIMEs" D -VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH VOL Ill NO. 41. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH. LA., SATURDAY. JANUARY 1, 1887. TERMS---8.00 PER YAR . JEWS OF THEl WEEK. $emit*2s Index: Last Monday eve S wlI lthe presiding eider of the M. N nabeh. oth, was concluding a very abl aaemoh attbe church, in which he reaches sIt I thI dark plains of sin and dreols ro a irvet appeal to the wicked t , ~rnhe wrath to come,"' bell wa ahd $pse in the house, whereupon th saa we eam" to a full stop, looks re ptles etraight in the hace ar i - heew a man to ring a cheat Libsni ad Lno to the peniten ," Per. White. who sat near Ilese of any further ember - / sd lp ted the good man', .I r "h walkingm up to the the bis and expoinlg A W-iiil i wIch the elder had uno tee.rm. se a ng himellt by strikin: Vwc were -t m w tmM p o a etalee 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. — 1 January 1887

.a l, . . ... DV" .;f ll.t-. . : rift . y -o - - S Ailu·e. t 1 i !r, i c.s j 7 ici r ' ir.... . S .rie is . 'hworn,o ri. ý ,. ,,. D, af t c :',. I:, I ,' i .I ulday niod 1 '. ell w i wr! r I ; v:-, .l) 'e ,nt t, n, .a '" , ,. SMiove wis ra iue in i, 'k:o-r . . pprt. to ~n.; , e/" e , ii n" g v nr.v . a jd levls at ; I '... . ive with vor It cin i rj.viited et , renlr:d in A. J o an (-f 1' New t er.y r lta i,''v as stove wi^h raie ino by i leprnicn to lie .Dcntalicrat, li lohIis lying at the whar f al i iblca n  ii l,,r, to lou - r.l _, a, ' ,, . . l aj. enacila, re T;;rdin: e iroeut.I a iv q.otc Iwi*h guwt: . . A. ljSoF.an (fT 1 " a toy rheumatin' iu, [inet . el:e wta' l ft ort of the retail trade p byJ a re sentiative Li sis e10 is v'.ry gE, rome scarce. This it, A Erin. 8.ayes i w,: . w$tre de.troyed l-yin at the wharf aI. of aitclez . 'f the ta wit h a iv: Ie r 1kw, the ,fUI (4 " lt, eto bIhmr, fr tho,. 'the J. . o. . \2 i,,. liprpers ar on ,iim id hf, e i'e *,e'i,',i iibd wil...

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

T i, Eitor & Prop. , . Publis:er. DAY. J . . S- -- .. 07 3UBSCRIFTIO.I 1 -P 1 SP AT Y * a fresh start. is war anyhow ? with the Courthouse nuw. --Criminal term--next week . elie Jury meets Monday wcek. are not so bad as repre 't forget to date your letters cold *ive got lost in the below Cairo. but tinally ed here yesterday. Item has dreams. It is ly drams. liens Sparrow is' expected weky after next. Singleton and Green of their ponies. have been depr;ssed, now rally, and become Ye. toanrumber of frienis, Sruemembrances, to the his emily. the editor of the Item , would make the big of a book. for the railroad be all in. If you in yours do it at once an who was the belle Mr. King's but MIr. the Item was the 51ug entartained his uskidence, We:,,nes dance and haud Ss time at 3Milli - edaeday evening. t was highly the dance which ' enatly enjoyed. allusions to long'J &ts in snugly. AllI subscribers and g that anybody has f pae from the Item, J iaed as a k ia receipt of a re Ne...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 1 January 1887

UON TRIAL." OR. TALMAGE'S SUNDAY MORN. r. ING DISCOURSE. God Save the World From the Gossip, Female and Male. Mdre lot the Holy Ghost-Quench Not the Bpirit"''-Do Not Begin to Tremble at the Thought of Condemnation. q iaoLYnr. Dec. 19-The Rev. T. DeWitt hhlmage, D. D., preached to-day in the Brook a tabernacle on the subject: "On Trial." taking for his text I John iU, 2: "We have an S to with the Father, Jesus Christ the 4htoous," be says: Standing in a court room you say to your Sdel: "At this bar crime has often been atr ragned; at this witness stand the oath has d te been taken; at this jurors' bench the erdlet has been rendered, at this judge's desk enatence has been pronounced." But I have to tell you to-day of a trial higher than any Oyer and Terminer, or Circuit, or Supreme, or (teanery. It Is the trial of every Christian man for the life of his soul. This trial is dlf bere0 t from any other in the fact that it is both civil and crimlnal The issues at stake Sem tremendous, an...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 January 1887

4A l MADISON TIMES. _ D.:VO'fED TO TIlE WELFARE OF MIADISON PARISH VOL. III NO. 49. TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JANUARY ~ I. L .. Y EAt. SOF THE WEEK. trea --- ---no -lllte srTndex: Laet Ma,nlin even tor the-p-etliafil ei'er a, the 11. E Sa.uh wari co0 lldlilg . vcry abllr at the church. an which ie rtched ter -atedarkplains ,I sin andi drlola k.*rvent appeal to tlih vicaked to aot tthe wrath to rorn,' a bell was the to jiale is the house, whereupon the or ' divinecanm- t1I a full ttp., lioke.i his : .IUplitiuo straight In the fae ln all" bri i Da iem knew ia man to ring a cheat pre shl and Ito to the peniterl am hlrt" Prof. White who lit near set , seed tLsaudiee of any further ember l c dlsipatel the good man vill - qdinsly walking up to th. tMe Bible and expoting . h|I whick the eider Ihad uxr joil .Lo.hS be e ri agpg himea:Ul by triki, - -,, idC Girardean Sunday bal i slwdklig et Joeph Howell, bM l Gwm m M i. !he*l s dot dI osi at iewr r riothee,W a that C rtLak l...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 January 1887

ADnISON TIMES s. C. WEI3HTMAN, EBiter & Prop. 2. W. KICrEY, - - Publisher. .AT I;LAY. J.\N, s. t.' 7. TIRS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ss aeSxA, - - - - - - . 2 00 ia mosrInT, - . - -If:, .esas xTn ' - - - - - " etper state Central Esecutive Comn. mittee. Jonts B. STOxN. Distrlet Executive Committee. J. B. SroS, of Madison, ('h'n. J. H. G(;Il.Fvr., of " S J.M. .KE.XS,', of East Carroll. A blMe swltril mtark at this Mnra graph indirates that odtrr stbscrip 'ties will erpire in two wreeks. A blue penril mrLk at this pnra. graph  neansthat this ix the last tii e the paper rill be seat to you vttrlcs the sabscrition price is receired be S.Nr saUt issue. Local Mall. Mall from Ashwood, New Carthage King and (a le, arrives Mondays, Wtd "ieaays and Fridays, at 11::1) a.m., and leaves at 2:.31O p.m. of same days. Mail from Omega and Millikens Bend s;rives Tuesdlav and Thursday Eat 11 a. m., and 'leaves at 2 p.m. of a s°i.ae days. Jr. M. HFBERT P.M3 The Sunday law was openly de ed by 225 business...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 January 1887

ISADISON TIMESo I. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. fo p.W. HICXEY, - Publisher. -- ---- SATURDAY, JAN. s, 18s7. TEaS OF SUBSCRIPTION. o*is ryu. .- - - _2 00 iib TIE ZK !1(NT1k4. - - 75 JOB WORK A SPECIALTY, I II---- R T. Mud after snow. Police Jury meets Monday. tha Court opened promptly on Mon- tib ay ,Shtop The year 1887 starts off encour-I le aindgl. EEx( Snowballing was fashionable last Wednesday. Oun The town was full of people this exc week, attending court. hus Madison Parish seems to be the ban paradise of pedlars. The proposed new railroad does A not excite the enthusiasm that it bou should. hou The report of the Grand Jury Tue will hardly be made in tinme for re publication this week, on account hurt of delay in getting witnesses. trail Not a day passed this week with- and ont a shortage in the mails. It is Alo imtipoeible for one man to handle+ N. the mail going west from Vicks- Ma, Mr. D. Beer arrived in Tallulah. car last we'k-Friday. f on Natclhez, were aeeompanied b...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 January 1887

ron's Nest. e IT UmRTRA M~ CLAL up we CAMPB XI-Cnosrrmts, fe Ins been a terrible mistake, my dear," bendimi down to kiss me; "the 11011 greatly to blame. Yon have been we i stedt" She was silent for a few the. she continued "For my share Ibegyourpardon. I wascompletelymis I v forced to believe that you werethoe daughter of an o'd srvant- did dependant on the charity of the id Ia treat;ng you as such. I did no bedeed, she added, after a pause, "I wn that I treated you geuerouply. Of wl pot 3 bed not the faintest idea that you Dacre." her hand to my lips and kissed it e I shall never get well, Lady Carl," "I cannot b .ar the thought of taking Pt" Nest from Sir Adrian. lie is soproul I edplaceI" i smiled-a peauliar smile, such as I bad ea on her face before. Ia .er right," she answered. "My so. '1 the loss; but he is not a lcr man; s otone ndt another home. No harm has me ..as to us; but great harm has been nm you. We m st atone for it" Lady Car.t did anything, it was al- mo y done, ...

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