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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 January 1887

tt VbN.MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISHI VOL. 11I NO. 50. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. .JANUARY 15, 1887. TERMS--$2.00 PER YI KIISOURI STATE NEWS. • lw HRAlO Nowt: Mr. J. M. Boston of, ,m weighed his celebrated Normant ia few days ago. He tipped the beau, Sgg0 pounds. This horse is of the famn s Ustrch stock, 6 years old, named T oenvrile Advertiser says: Speed t fpes a returned from St. Louis Mond ay m siu e says that 8. H. H. Clark i tolf the Missouri Pacifi rai,, c ,eer eeded Mr. Hozie, will be ii' .ayle d aegt week. Mr. C. assured Mr, .-ct.-- h at the Missouri Parific meanl Md that the road was to Ib n g04a~slit4Ierald says: There is, aglement in hfvorof not open 1osob uolntil the measles a:n sreO" abates to sonsl te1ism inormned a report. d tailed to one or two of tl. Mi the ,',ject and they were favr" *e =lis .t j Jhsdanger west o atsaury, it would bebest to e: tead the vacation. Ru lturlvWand vicinity is ssrlouly tretrt with a water afsmie...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 January 1887

DISON TDIMEI WUIGHTMAN, Eltor & Pro1p. w . ICKEY, - - Publisher. SATU hsIAY, JA.\N1. 11. .. i Sa S OF SUBSC-IPTION. a: ran, - - - - - - - P " 't a,1 5 SmoIa - - - - - '' It Urtste Central ixecutive Cotm. c(. mitiltec. 1i JoflN B. ST')F.. et Executive Committee. re SB. STOSE. of Malison, (Ch'n. 1' H. GILFOIL, of i"t S[. KENNEDY, of Ea-t ('arroll. ''. S " -- tl iZve pencil marl:k iat ti* , pR- si indicates that :/,),, .'o ,.Cril,- (1 ,l epire inf, t ,wo r,,'.. tl Ble peasril mtrk ' ait this parta It aneans that thin is the la,,t tiit ' er will be sent to yoIL otidrvy. It -eription price is rccircd Lc- g insue. h . LocalMall. k I from Ashwoodl, New ('art h:w-e sad. (.'a' arrives M,,nlays, W, ,1 w yg and Fridays, at 11::1) a.tn., and at 2:30 p.m. of same ,lays. I from Omega and Millikens Bend , Tuesdlay and Thurslday a. mr., and leaves at 2 p.mu. of ti . X S. I3 .qRT P.M it not about time for somebody e Ot highwater ? ri -e Senate passe(d the bill al-' c Gen. Logan's widow $2,000...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 January 1887

MADISON TIMES .C. wIgTMAN, Editor & Prop. . ICKEY, - - Publisher. SATURDI)AY, JAN. 15, 1.. XS OF SUBSCRIPTION. gra xs r or a sc o JOB YORK A SPECIALTY. "You're another," is boys play. Most everybody has settled down to 1887. The strong wind of Thursday dried the roads rapidly, Come to the TIMES Office and in- j vestigate that Security Co. A number of fences were blown down by the high wind of Thurs day. I It is one thing to have advertise ments, and another, to get what f they are worth, for them. Four factions is crowding the mourners, but the Item practically t gives Madison that many. The TIMEs has been paid its y account by the Satanta Co. It is now looking for another grie vance. The Madison House has been t doing a rushing business the last a. two weeks. May the good times ti continue. The publisher of the TIMES is on the jury this week, but that has e . nothing to do with any defects in 0 s4be paper. This is contrary to the au style. t u The man who would not insure lif...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 January 1887

Measuring Time's Flight. , . IHE REV. DR. TALMAGE'S FIRST a NEW YEAR'S DISCOURSE. o rt Saany Ways of Marking the Pas sag of the Milestones of [fa 14 took Te Earth Not Such a Bad Place Aftr All, But Worldly Pleas- a ures Not the Best. fort tool Ear Pus Valas o Money-Good Acts the r 3S EFdmate of Time-Preparing on ik Etraity-The Last Day. 'A id b a ss City Time. rbu 'oms. , N. Y., Ja. Z--This morning at the 'hberase the Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, A P3. ., espounded some pasasges of Scripture pie esmuegala the longevity of the patriarchs. He at ,i, et the hymn beginning: Tb My dqysLre ti agswU ,by. It aM L s pUgrtsm stmaser, mo W  lu a n dets teme theYr s me. busYe hours o sel sad aa. sun S L test was Genesis, zvilL, 8: "How old ble st thoughl" The preacher said: the T he Iptan capital was the focus of the ls S es wealth. In ships and barges, there n at bees brought to it from India frakin- of ema sse ehlassm sad ivory, ead damonds; thi  al morth, marble and Iorn; from Syria , Mi en dL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 January 1887

-".-~ 4,.. , - " I I lI MADIS O . TIMES. I-5--- - DEVOTED TO THIE WEI.RCgE OF MADISON PARISH VOL 11I NO. 51. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2!, 1887. TERMS--82.00 PER YEAR YNEWs tUIMARY go victms of the Tiffin disaster gad traced. lsago Drrt and Chemical company fer $78,000. Meaur was burned to death in at FoetsmStb, 0. JimasT hgslature was again the d evly thim Wednesday. PYa g ages and wife celebrated -ildm wedding at Campaign, ill. S guwagLtrike of miners is threatened ardb ts eoal uids of Penneylva Msai Oa, the bogoe opera singer, is SBen. JOsauT wlauFiagnrated O.rv er of Kaeum ar the second term Mon ..ay at Teip s. aLg.l ' as was, a hanged by amnc at Opyba I.,Mn day as Uertwell, Ga.. Monday m F ast aws . i Wooster. 0., died from wounds ins ised by her ]N W wb atolls Saturday. TOs seastabes attacked the certta of reveland (0.) Theater Monday night. iad ordered it kept down. It was rin up a d kept no during the etire pla the eehoein changeI d in1u view of , p...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 January 1887

MADISON TIMES E. C. WEIGZST~A,I E-itcr & r:oT. P. W. HICZEY, - - Publi.he:. SAT U :IJ'AY. JYAN '. js7;. TERMS OF SUS9RP.IPTION. os vyrAn, - - - - - - - ') asi MYONrIr, - -1 23 TIESES IONTII . * * * MeaiiLr :State Ce(r:al li.ecutiveJL',ll. Initlce. .Toli I. .ý-r XE.. District Executive Comtnittcc. J. r. STrcxE. of Mý.t:il:i, (h n. J. H. (ill.Foi., of J. M. KENNi'Y, of I Ca-t (trill. A bl'ie ;.aril markl: at fh.i jsi.tt graph indircate. tht !/,, .U, .bR ;p tion will e.lire in ,r, trI .'. ' A hlae 7l',l, ;l ,,rI. at thi . paat graph mc nl. th,tt ihi.. iis the 1(nst ti; e the paper i';ll be xen'I t ?f, t uitl ..a Ahs .ubs'ripti',n price is rece'iced be fore next itsue. local Mail. Mail from Avhlwood, New Cart lige King and ('apie. arrives Mtonlayvs, 1\%ed ieadays and I Fridays, at 11 :30 n.'L., and leaves at 2:30 p.m. of samne days. Mail frotm Om)luega and Miliikens BI-nd arrives Tuesday and T''ilrda.y at 11 i. in., and leaves at 2 p.m. of same days. 1. M. IIF3EI:tT P.1M Mardi G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 January 1887

MIADISON TIMES . C. WEIGiTH~N, Editor & Prop. W. . ICKEY, - - Publisher. SATURDAY, JAN. 2, I7. TERg S OF SUBSCRIPTION. or v.A . . - $2 00 _ _ T-1 _. IVRR I MOS TI.  T - 15. 1)  I F'T. Court Adjourned Wednesday. Bids for the Court House will be advertised for. The business outlook is not so bad as you might think. Take notice of the change oft terms of Court in this District. Judge Slack had his office yard cleaned up this week, and is quite set up over it. If the wind keeps on blowing like it has been, for the last two weeks there will be no blow left for March. The Item goes out of its way to make an entirely uncalled for at tack, sad will hardly be commend ed for it. A bill of goods amounting to $20.00 in St. Louis, cost $11.00 freight delivered at Tallulah. We need a north and south railroad. The large number of cars of coal passing Tallulah, are not being carried at the same rate that we have to Imy for transporting the sugoods. The Item man has been trying his hand settin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 January 1887

OF IETAlB L" 2.' , Discourse Last woods, m- -et - Renega Jan. --The opening hyma at t Tuaresd this morning begins: than i I eaqntda useaweDent ernat a Soa the wlo rew« torths taa aW s shiner develoi eplasined some of the prophe- sugr. -- i a out the bymn and then sappbl rs bject "Distributlon of Re- p r h tac from Isaiah 111, 12: ah tr the spill with the strong." up frI flbe as follows: mims a -he asw it with their own eyes siver,  all t that In the Coliseum ve hi perseetors used to let out the ato eat up Christians, there It Slgfdart the cross. And I eterns hat the upright piece of wood t .. eres plie has become the fal of suernlg than of victory. thoriu he Coqtareer that my text the sh dmagly warrr, having subdued C div the paces, andm -Chrst sad valleys, and mountalns Chlk t eso Chriet is going to divide Yet. and all the heavens, among what au and I will have to take our seng to faith and strong. In Casr , St my test .eclare It: matin bs spoil with the strong." his a Susround p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 January 1887

MADISON TIMES. ...L.. " `..' ... T..LLI.L . --I)I-'N 1 .\hM! LA.. ý ' FU i Y..J.. . 7 -- --- 7 - _... . P.E - R .... TE Y--.(( -E oY . DOnsarrla E. T. l arnH' "f - ncu n, - I!:L. tr. , todeath 'nundl c , i 1 rr ,t i;,. .",. If w a inder the in I : .... : r. -W. . HIud ,lls : I,-ing i . r,, .1 ir,, n e Q. road at ' .S ' " bh.: In s .kUU took rsatnic. IH,' iorral a.se tar , a." t ag"d Monday. _J.S. Forbha' !,; . -!1"'" ; "x . ,c , hiss 's d ranged. - i., t r,, .' ..a :d a wil lad leven elhidr;u. .-JI k liyes, th' r1 o..r r 'f hlip ) r in t . a m ) iu . _ gz: . 1 " 1t. a , :,!; hegg. The Pr"ident r'fin" to tr a fly sad a thumper ..us ,, ;'ert n.:n _-T el anl( t rau .chcrni . a "" 'r , at. `t. lolk |raPl Mon,,day anL ! - n' t ., S The mon were ail tir"·.neu. There l lmen in the room a' t,!'" t I:- istant Chiel John Barry, l.ut1 y.!. benas. G odlrey Wergee, Michal Xat-i aid William Ward. -Mbarshal people are jahilant over t hi nvasion othe )llssouri acmlic sat, Lthat town. g-SVr pardo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 January 1887

MADISON TIMEI C. WEIGHTMAN. Ed:tor & Prop. iT] :. :W. eICIEY. - - Publisher. Ip S-fr SATU LDAY. JANR. 1ST 7. T T'1tRMBS OF SUBSCRIPTION. i Iws TiAR---, ------ $100 t: ass sta Ouns, - - - . . . 1 25 i V611122 EO%TI---------- Imber State Ceantral Executive Comn. mittee. Jonx B. Brosr. Distriet Executive Committee. h : J. B.SrTONE, Of Madison, Ch'n. r J. H. GGu.Fol., of J. M. KENssN Y, of East Carroll. tj -- I--L--- t : A blue pencil mark at this jnra- l Sgrph.indieates that your sdtbscrip- r: alea will expire in two reeks. SA blue pencil mark at this para. . eh means that this is the last time , A4# paper will be sent le you unless r "44 subscription price is receiced be- d rs Wnest isuC. r Iocal Marl. aill from Ashwood, New Carthage and Cans. arrivea Mondays, Wed t ys and Fridayt, at 11:30 a.m., and a at 2.t0 p.m. of same days. I from Omega and Millikens Bend 1 Tuesday and Thursday t a m., and'leaves at 2 p.m. of . M. IHRBERT P.M M JOB TOR O A SPECIALTY. t The Morganza levee is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 January 1887

DISON TIIES OI .]ir, Editor & Prop. . - Publisher. saTU BDASY. JAN. 1 , 18^17. U MUEs ojMse7sCRI oN . gmt.oWa. 75 esum by your drugs of Fulton M. r Wyly eee in East Carroll tup at the Washington when yo go t V'eksbrg. t& Co., keeps every- F thing th grocery line. The rivers are, generally, lowernd thbia is time last year. Sp er had the misfortune a t lWme her sow last Thursday. hep thale indebtedness was paid s , Thursday.-Ring work. The Taos has an ear of corn in by the Mr. F. M. Dawon that Thsuue an even foot in length. 1 an. Ige and Scott recentr. pecr hadto the mail service Sresign herd after an experience ear trip. W he the completion of the e-orn _. Mrml of the Reid levee in Madi Ms ish will be opened by the > ide(State Engineers to-day. ,.Th proceedings of the last M of th. School Board have a m furnihed the Tin length. s, i the reason they have not ,I , rsi.e Holmes made a trip t-mport last week. She took Will, with her tor the pur heplao inghi in the Thatch te, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 January 1887

,26,587,335 o0TThz OP Warner's SAFE Cure Sold, to Deoember.27, 1886. No Other Remedy in the World Can Produce Such a Record. - hs wederful sucess of " Warner's Sar Care " i due wholly to the real merit of the Por a long timen it has breaen RE(GARDED BY THE HIiHEST MEDICAL AS THE OL.Y SPECIFIC FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND UTRINARY , 5AND FEMALE COMPLAINTS. Smsands of people owe their life sad health to r" Warner's Sar Iure" a d we can --seI~,O TElITIMOIALBS to that effect ea the followlng and note the large number of bottles distributel. We guarantes bas urres to be correct as our sale books will prove. W. D. ROBINSON (U. 8. Marine sp.h , falok, N. Y..) in 1t93 was sutering w Kh a nx ECUo E LIu LEPROSY. Could tet sleep was in gest AOONY. For two .ee.r trd everything, without be~ rt. Was emonesed nccatLu . ' Twenty bottle f Warner's BArs Cure ooMPLETELY CURED S to-dy I am strong aad well," , - 171,929. T. 0. AL'ORD (Syracuse, N. Y.,) " eta RUNcoNING DowN with OEsERAL aesempanied with a s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 February 1887

_M-MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISHII VOL. IV.--NO. i. TALLULAII, MADISON PAR[SIS L., SATUR[DAY. FEBRUARY 5. 17. TERIMS---8. PER YEAR NEWS OF THE WEEK. -John Kay I'a1l Henry B'cht w,-resen teacedto imlprinulto"nrt f ,r life K'leunhiday at Jaspr Ind.,. fir th , ki|zt if .Jhin Hart, eoJ Odi mal. on the 2Ith oif laat Decet -Cardinal Gibbons was hanqneted Wed mleday evening by (ie,r g Bancroft. the his torian. Among the guestit were ~neretariea Whiatne and lBayard, andl .e!atore Sher as. BSetk and Evarts. -The high altitude and fr,--ty air of egasdCamyon br,ought lhe nrrha,#, ,e lf hi p Lieut. .chwatk:. H,: bal sbonedhis park trip ani is lying at inthH[lot Springs. The rest of the Slt ea on. .jI Kane, a young blood of Atlanta, Ga., d his skuU crused by Mr. R. R. Naw- Wedasday , .g nr. IKane -- I -Mr... 5 eM p .ng apartm ent a . ea thatgentlemen suddenly Iater. with the poker. --rea Sheal, Fairmont, Neb.. forged two som. He nared detection and was e yrr he di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 February 1887

IADISON TIMES S_-- - ti' S3. C. WEIGHT'AN. Editor a Prop. on ce, . W. HICKEY. - - Publisher. of th 8ATUIRDAY. FEil,. 1s7. 1 u Tt---- ------------$200 -TRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTIC.. am Tao.HS, - - - - - - 25 T 3a5s oxT33 , - - - -- - - 11 - mber state Central Executive Com. it mittee. T S Jons B. SToXE. IDlstrlet Ezocutive Committee. tli J. B. SToNE, ofMadison, Ch'n. 'V J.H. GILFoil., of ' e J. M. KENNSSr, of East Carroll. Is .--..-----. it A blue pencil markl at this para .reph indicates that your sutbscrip- lh1 lies will expire in tiro :reeks. th A blue pencil marl: at this para. , prph means that this is the last time ea elM paper will be sent to you vnlRess L ghs subscription price is receircd be- ar s Inest issue. Local Mall. lih Mail from Ashwood, New Cartharee _ and Cape, arrives Mondays, Wedt b ys and Fridays, at 11::0 a.m., and at 2:30 p.m. of same days. i5 al from Omeza and Millikens Bend ca yes Tuesday and Thursday 11 a. m., and leaves at 2 p.m. of ta J.. . HEBERT P.M T v4 JOB ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 February 1887

DISON TIIES _-,TWAi, Editor & Prop. D m . · B. _, Publisher. h STCTI)DAY, FEB. 5, 1. s $2es. M lat Oats. a Inceorporate . Bet out trees. Job'w.rk is boomin g. no highwater signs yet. Get your gardens in shape. th Make the mail service efficient. an eformetr still shout Nicholls. rihim season is approaching. h The flood in the Ohio river is over. i Get your fruit trees of Clingman: see his ad. an. Set out your orchards, if you r have not already dose so. Be amre and buy your drugs of jii Fuhala M. McRaBe. The Mississippi is rising rapidly at Vicksburg. Preparations for planting are progressing rapidly. The Delta ferryboat now lands at Vicksburg. (ke man can't handle the mail between here and Vicksburg. The Washington is the place to stop at, when you go to Vicksburg. Unless the weather changes, the fruittrees will be starting. It h.s Ariold & Co., have secured the c  stmet for the extension of the a sald levee. The Trmas will not permit any m epresentations concerning it, pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 February 1887

HIEIOLE AstJ lopel up a a aX E inghmahm for S l pMns Opr mdy. Wi. En. Roasox, M. D., L. B. C. 8. I.. M. k. Q. c. P. I., late of the Royal Navy, of glan, has get fainto professional truuble for writing the following open letter to the editor of the London Family Doctor: "I believe it to be the duty of every pby iician to make known any means or rem edy whereby icknessean be prevented, and it is for this purpoee I write to give my *x perisnce both here and abroad. I ank the publication of the statement that people may be warned before it is too late, to say to them that there is at hand a means by which they may be restored to perfect bealth. It is well known to the medical world, and indeed, to the laity, that a cer tain disenesis makingaterrible havoe; that rext to consumption it Is the most fatal, and that when fully developed there is nothing to be done for the sufferer. "Physisians and scientists have long bees Jrying to throw light upon the auseo, andit possible, find in nature ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 February 1887

MADISON TIM ES. SDTVOTED TO TIIE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISHI "' VOL. IV.-N(). TALLLAII MADISON PARISHI. LA.. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 18"7. TEIIs---.I PER YEAR TEE OUTRAGE AVENGED. A Negro Brute Lynched in Leavenworth. Determined Masked Men Batter Down the Jail Door. Wood, the Negro Fiend, Taken tOr the Law's Clutches sVm mLaled Through the Streets at " End of a gope 1 o a ?ar Nviu Hose and Left So is as Raodway. r u si tho Deash. ss r, Ja. IL-A Leavenworth rad ro the Ts says: Led knocking at  as der at te sohet l il  Sth Leav. era egemsit the cout hes, ths morn in, oei Jailer Fit Maauies im his sleep in the esldsI. ia wer, to a lniry u to whet was caetad a ies amee outside re d: "Open he do. Her's a prioner for ea r eamethig d aseIer nature. The jder, mepesldeg mshin as the omeers e tse were is the habit of bringing crim Sa j as lam he started to dress i,@i ea admittlag the suppoeed of. S e w just about to put on his shoes eae a Mhi whisk sede the door and frame mis led ehb was deal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 February 1887

MADISON TIMES . 0. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. SAT URDAY, FEB., 12. 1887. TIRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. OWn vTaA, - - . - - - - $2 00 Sxor, - - -..... - - - 1 25 Tamas AORTrS - - .- - -- 75 Member State Central Execative Com. mittee. JOHu B. STOss. :District Executive Committee. J. B. STO.E, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GILFOIL, of " J. M. K.NNEDY, of East CarrolL 4 blue pencil mark at this vJara graph indicates that ylour sabscrip tion will expire in too treeks. A blue pencil mark at the,, para. graph means that this is the last time 'the paper will be sent to you unless the sutbscription price i5 ,, eived be fore eszt issue. SLocal Mall. S Mal from Ashwood, New Carthage Kina and Cape, arrives Mondays, Wed mesdays and Fridays, at 11:30 a.m., and , leaves at 2:30 p.m. of same days. Mail from Omega and Millikens Bend ' raives Tueslay and Thursday Sat 11 a. m., and leaves at 2 p.m. of j. J. M. BEBERT P.M JOB TORK A SPECIALTY. The railroad election for the i Valley ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 February 1887

MADISON TIMES C. efl!)raNu ditor & Prop. Del ,, C. WuGelffX lDe I., o'cl . E1. gC3 , . Publisher. dai' 3 a. sATURDAY, FEB. 12, 1487. I IBM I OF saBSCRIPTIO s . s$2 00 Ogg S. - - 1 25 s-ts wo.s. " Mrs p IF'T. B. abk Incorprate. the Strong winds again. 31st Peach trees are in bloom. YtI Monday is St. Valentine's day. Pi The Ohio flood will not hurt us. judi A cold wave was due yesterday. rh! Gsrde are masking a showing. atl The weather of late has been tO easy on wood. se ,. r r conc are all the rage as in Talluah. Thi Beef has been scame in Tallulah w for some time. do]l . See the "sd" for building the vnio Court House. two Judge Slack returned from New of Orleans WednaeddY. 0" t your spring clothes in shap', .ye will soon need them. The TiXw entered upon its fourth volume last Saturday. Mesors. Blum and Fried return ed from New Orleans Thursday. Capt. Jno. B. Stone returned early in the week from a brief visit to Monroe. - I'll warrant yoo; would be a fa rvets expression for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 February 1887

A BTRANGE FRENCH STORY. The counsel for the defence had pleaded insanity. How could so strange a crime, he asked, be other wise explained. Among the reeds, near Chatou, two dead bodies had been found one morn ing with their arms twined about each other-a man and woman-both well known members of fashionable so ciety, rich, not young, and married only the year before-the lady having been three years a widow. They were not known to have had any enemies-the bodies had not been robbed. It appears that they had both been stabbed with some long, pointed instrument, and then flung from the bank into the river. The inquest has not brought out any fresh facts. The boatmen of the neighborhood were questioned in vain, and the authorities were on the point of abandoning the investigation when a young cabinetmaker of the neighbor ing village, named George Louis, and nicknamed "Le Bourgeois,"voluntari ly gave himself up as the murderer. In reply to varnous questionsasked, he answered only this: "I...

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