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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 February 1887

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH VOL.-NO. . 'I'ALLUA. MAIION PAIlSi..- LA.. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 17. ]'OL. IV.-S. ,NO . 3.".llll .II(N \!"i '.S T'PD Y Er]/.Y !.1 7...il- DIRE DISASTEIL o Fr ighttal Plunge of a S aLeenger Train C , rc Opa a Bridge Down Into a Deep Gorge IJ Tfrty Pason Crushed in the t a iDrned to Death. Ath i m1tad Horror. Cot.o I gl ,I&-The express train _bl _ B 7 t dock last night met sinsa ¶L Thea started from this l sh t, t wae dtalsed at White River e mwas st an hoor and a half wha t t fasame It comiated of a if3h ostaan ear, awo pas iasm a teem. t ae o a ant wen *s w - rA ' south irsh asd t We aar odWimhter Statmio a brokn nal wa rL The lac uedtr, eartadi A postal ca boesahw f she TOV a the Ss over tse bre har safety. Th at o the trsu t w an th r n o as aim, bat soa iaeld hae romde mt ase s iWa the end of the l said thus It rt over the abut-n ist - i a * MIm faln White river. fst below-  he gn gett his point bgghe adweno the ...

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 February 1887

MADISON TIMES T - as cl I. C. WEIGHTXAN. Editor & Prop. of c' ject' ters P. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. Vici labo SAT URDAY, FEi., 1(. 1587. a wi one TBRMB OF SUBSCRIPTION. any Os TSAR, - - - - - - - $2 0o it, ti "1Z mosOTtus, -. - - - - 1 to 5t1sl MONTHS - - - ---- 7 wee ember State Central Executive Com. mittee. age JOHn B. STONE. thir Distriet Executive Committee. ceni line J. B. STONE, of Madison, Ch'n. lul J. H. GILFOIL, of " J. M. KENNEDY,'of East Carroll. to it ---- gric A blue pencil mark at this para- sug SFaph indicates that your subscrip- peo . ties will expire in twco weeks. t!ir A blue pencil mark at this parab, lo, grph  means that this is the last time and >-" paper will be sent to you urtess T the subseription price is receired be- ing ~fiore nest issue. to t Local Mal. to t the Mail from Ashwood, New Carthage M ntie and Cape, arrives Mondays, Wed dar asays and Fridays, at 11:30 a.m., and Itel leav es at 2:30 p.m.of same avys. Mail from Omega and Millikens Ben...

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 February 1887

SDISON TIMES It C. W TIGTMA Editor & Prop. W . I=C1Y, p ublisher. SATURDAY; FEB. V9, ISC. ,us oY sUBSCRIPTION pgIF UIFT. esseoll s. 1.i ncorporate. Tallulah is improving. Eggs are getting cheaper. Robins are still plentiful. Trains have been on time of late. D,'t forget to plant some fruit trees. Don't "tt uneasy, yet, about hish water. Suberibe for the World and join te Literary Union. There is still no drainage t the lower end of town. What is the matter with the pro posed Valley railroad ? The early part of the week was rainy, cloudy and misty. The water news from the upper rivers is not encouraging. The early blooming of the fruit trees, may not be injurious. There will probably be some lively bidding on the Court House. Te blood-thlrsty editor of the Claiboene Guardian still howls for wVr. Ye didn't see anything of a sy boom, sneaking around Tal lah, did you ? nltin is Greek to the TIMT.s. A smahinag acquaintance with En #gh is good enough. This editor received a neat littl...

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 February 1887

TO LI10T TEAT I3 13.. A tender child of summers three, Seeking her little bed at night. Paused on the dark stair timidly, "Oh, mother! Take my hand," said she, "And then the dark will be all light." WTe older children grope our way From dark behind to dark before; And only when our hands we lay. Dear Lord, in time, the night isdaw And there i darkness neverr ,.e Seaeh downward to the unless days Wherein our guides 're blind as we, And faith is small r.nd hope delays; Take thou the h'.nds of prayer we raise, And let s fI'el the light of thee! Joai G. Wasmrrxa. "ENNUI HOUSE." OCasell's Magazine. CHAPTrEIR f, An invitation to "lnnii House" ai urgent, premptory invitation! The four sisters gathered round the Open window in their pretty drawing. room, and looked at each other in dismay. Fond as they were of good old Aunt Judy, it was an invitation which no one was anxious to accept just then. Next week Drowsytown would be astir with the festivities of the annual tennis tournament, closel...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 February 1887

_ MADISON TIMES. T Ti _ W o F M DE.\'ViTfED TD TIl T E W LFU'.RI F .:11ADI,)N) P.ARISH VOL. lV.-N  i. ".\ !l, L.\1I. M.I.)I.OY PA l I.\ H. LA.. SATl RD.AY. FEBII'.AR :. 1 . m,,---x 1i" \VU 1 W~OMLAN CONFESSIOS. S 8ta of the Ravenna Train Fight Sby s oiled Dove of at iassillon, Ohio. ei TgI'a Derperado Kills One of a Ja d adignant Citisenas. a4sy o tan Fight. Nmim Q, le Ij---ate last niltht a & uail aa sa Intellirot woman oesathedgelr hlfts and made a volun S U S whch is regarded as as im I to lea 1s the Idearttr of the ohe-ssted Detrtivs Halllgan and as d Inma, miad rnmud the Bthe Nm t r rsmeedamse wastwifeum w, an tMM "u a be neme ohe was to S asm e daJeale ERngers, a Third tense a Pittabrt, and atsted to arets w l s oalea from Benedict A Riedy h k They were tLes t the Rogera eiriemf. There WaS a rre e551 as, of .n n mumbering --t "s a, sad the, omer was their re art Fear of them, Trn Ioddy, aJoe John-I * hmlth Cauem mad her heand, went to i oldU- the followin Mooday. g was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 February 1887

MADISON TIME - C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. tli P. W. HICKEY. - - Publis-her. -- 4- T SATURDAY. VEil. 2. s; . tlh. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I1 oex YEAR, - - - - - - - :o()o sc, SIX MOrTlI9, - - - . - - 1i5 -at TLL NOsNTsI- - - - - - - - N Member State Central Executive Corn. Vi mittee. .I11 Jon, II. .T(O E. La tax District Executive Committee. J. B. S'rotN1, of M1i:lison, Ch'n. It I J. H. (;GI'o.L, of ' A blue pearil mark at thiS )ir(,- tnu graph .ndiarte, tht a !/u, s,,t,. loo';p tion will .expire ia twiro wee k.. A blue yºearil mr'k at this para rt graph eans thtis i.x the lthi t ti: It the paper will be sen t Ito you 1i e.s 14s the subscription price is receired be- tiu lute fore next issue. Sol Local Manl. Mail from Asihwood, New Carthage wit Kine and ('nlap. arrives Mondayls, Wdi ewlays andt Fridays, at 11:.0) a:.., and ly 1 leaves at 2:3R p.m. of samne days. ac Mail from Omuesa and Mlilliikens Iendc arrives Tuesday and Thurslnay iale at 11 a. m., and leaves at 2 p.mU. of i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 February 1887

SADISON TIM - C. rIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. I _. '.H IC I 1 - - publisher. ,1 9jTt-1R DAY, i.'I:. ";, 11;7 rs Y tA . . St2 a,,I ngorrw . - oTý I1 *."r. Incorporate. Gardens are booiiin-,". Renew your sull('riltin m. Spring must certainly be he aero. Insure your life in the Security. Politis are very ,uitt in Madi 0on. Everything points to a prosper- 3l oes year. ,. gein in the early part of the Week. Any time this month will do for TI transplanting trees. Stop at the Madison House when t you come to Tallulah. There was a rush of job work at ~ this onfce this week. Hurry up and pay your taxes, B and so avoid the delinquent list. That $10.000, thirty days draft of the V. S. & P., has been paid. The cackle of the hen is heard in the land. Cackling is catching. The Inter-State Commerce law prohibits the issueing of free pass e. Oh my ! Capt. H. B. Holmes attended the Lake Charles Inter-State Con. Tesiioa. Dr. J. W. Bay, representing the SManta Medicine Co., will be in Tallulah sho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 February 1887

'r flT- LU U TL ! O3rewiMots eemte a Trtsn a e S* War searemessa s t Washing o p Star.n L SAss L tar reporter entered th osee ;t a War Department official the other 1 day, he was struck by the appearnace sad voeof a visitor who was just tak. T a hits leave. He was aheavy-set man, with an intelligent taoe, dark brown ir sad heavy mustache, and appar e l between 45 and 50 years of age. the reporter's first impression was that s was a military officer of some promi es,u but as he bade the fficial "good Sthere was a very perceptible for - e t in iLs speech. "Was that an army oficer?" asked msreporter after the door had closed the departing visitor. "No replied the official, "I never him before that I know of, but he just related to me a very interesting "I a just in the humor for a story,' the reporter. S"Well, my viitor is a Swed Dr the rebellion be left his home a a young man. to come to this to ght for li.. ty. He was a mea, and was actuated simply hereti motives. Upon arriving ...

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

.... 'MADISON ...... TIMES.* SI":'\TI:I) TO TiHE WELFARE OF M1ADI'..N !'.ARiII VOLI. 1V.-O N . TALL LAII. 1\l)l(" , tils!. .L.. SATUIRDAY. MA (ii .. iSS. PI "'" "-* * **- * ...... . .. ... .. . ...... . . .. - . . , , .., l~ -- " 0 E F\ CABLE NEWSS l (Deatlions in Germany Re. g. t nfavorably for Gov rnament Candidates, - Viitafl y Gafry Every Berliu isiot-foreign Gossip. 1gcn, Fee. I-T-be electi"n4 for mn,,, ae of tgerr relebstag were beli t, .ny -,w I the aSteet wm erystabbora. ..' "r" night the ece;temet bet'ac fnhu-e. t"sas f IS t a rrounded the unw.* 5o a1rwarla5 special editions givib' Salst enith of the rvrcrnment in iew relkestal ill be known until ..le r - are tir a.. It is an; cpst .,t ;. mtemtdeitmbersof the ent.r . t agemed O te ent tee at i the rld 1t.'kb amrr "haM omvItrdS br th uti r li retuled to th. oaw trtkhitag, i r u Iay not yet euesi bntdta afe tWeeesary tI Koeir' hebasr, ibetde. . relau, Lubec lreteui. listadt, Praukoru k rsr , D ta e t ettl, l. - e and MaC...

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

ADISON ' TflIE': CUh . VgIGITIAJ Editor & Pror. B-ati tion Sni• W.i.cKM. - . Publisher. the -- --------------- I ,f SAT UIRDAY, MIAR('II 5. 1,t7. and - - the BIP S8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. to ors rs, - - - - - . - Inu0 *33TA3,------. . B.MONTHs, - - di - n i, Ilcc Smb rStat Central Executlve Com. caa mlitee. T JoHN B. raT",.L tabll Distrit Executive Committee. met J. B. STOE, of MJadison, Ch'n. "''0 J. H. GILFOIL, of ' Pol J. Y. KEknNDY, of East Carroll. cad A ble pencil mark at this pars- the gpSIh indicates that your subscrip- favi Ztes sill expire in two weeks. else A lse pencil mark at this para. be g:Fh means that this is the last tiLae str the paper will be sent to yoa unless tla the asubscription price is receired be- owi sre suxt iseae. ear ------'1 CJ0 1011 A SPECIALTY. Pat lme If the levees hold, the high wA- be ter will not hurt us. bo: The grain trade by the Missis- fin Seippi is on the increase. bo: -/The Cowden Outlet scheme has cot been killed in Committee. ed The boom o...

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

ISON TIMES dr the W--~UE AN, liter a Prop. has . Publisher. B. B. ,ItUDAY. MARCH 5, 1887. Ten eo- - 1 . Joh ` s. " - . 7mer of D R to . roporate. the a lmy Spring. T Scorn sad plenty of it. Car Ci: planting is in full blast. rive - K came in quiet enough. ' he tree planting season is about - A_4_. east S judge lok forT New Orleans t•douy. k u ma ýin beautiful plant- Mri •r is . o ch se, checkers and able Thesrel Talilula. the aurry up with yeu application nt fko a policy i te eHot S Mj. Waddill is building a new telephone line from Oak Grove to wi Waverly. T Saneed not be surprised to re- the eive sa ll a gang of mos- -s are Taws returns thanks to ee g5estor 3stis for a copy of the is ja'er-te eWmrce5 bill. The sea of Representatives wi -m"od toeAsto pauper pension doll MU overt*pe pdest'5 veto. o gmae it a loger a doubt that tw gs ill be high water in the Uedei-hI, ubt if the levees hold, of ldeo as noa damage. Sam A. 8. Coltharp, and Mrs. I ]. (dharp pased through ga March 1st ...

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

FARM AND GARDEN. la Seeding the Grass in Early Spring. Some fanners sow their grans seed . the snow, trusting to the even dis tribution thereof by the downward ' tendency of water, and the use of the farm roller for covering after the frost tbes finished upheaving the soil. but it is doubtful 't the practice of dow'hg clover and other grass seeds so early in the season is the proper mode. Al though such seeds do not easily loose vitality. yet there is damage done by the cold, and the hungry birds do not miss the opportunity to take their .shae, while the proper "catch" large ly depends upon the condition of the andoil. It has been demonstrated that when the harrow is used over the growing .wheat early in the spring the result is beneficial, and it is when the wheat is 'harrowed that the grass is to follw a grain crop. It is important that the sods be covered, and if the field be bar rowed there will be less loss of sed, and the greater chances for a good `tand. As an application of ...

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 March 1887

MADISON TIM S"S .. VLI----- N(' " II M I l . .1 Dr)l\'TI:D TI) THlT E W .EL F.\I .I: OF .IU, O. P.\1IIH ll " YOL. I1.-_Ný . '. '.L". I, .l 1l. . oTs(N l'.1{ ,11. LA.. SATTURIDAY. 1.\AI ' , 1 .2s7. 1Sr.ls--.! , 'r IEI. SA BLOODY FII T. .co. tY Sfeat e War Results in a Terrible Affair r Das, the New York Mur:-r'i. i oed for Her Bru' 1t (lr mlu & Bloody Afflay lIa.LZ, KA'P " Feb. :.i' -1-l., n, i ."-: iiilsit tiolrom that town it n +- ,. 1!1l t,,+ da Mtd a olody affailr to,k ;a, u 1 . ,; do yesterda afterumoS. Apary of sevelniea,Frank.T"nnr, l.\. \1 I, GCorIs WatkiMs, Emme-t Inr:.h,. Jbi Coulter, fill lRaa ain Joi , .h IM Iof L~Loti. left that l tie at 4 :. il. On eatrIa' th ti'l n 't.\ klh were badly wouudetL It is thought the Celtr. was a eowu, but at pret ent o u t at the attak wall di. S" •l tgelld for. 7Tle itrmidut i thar SLouars eaot ght lt Wicht a eunt %. - rmss, who mnurdered her hubhauil :il tiro at up his body sad boiled the p'ece-. «:at gd iI the jall Isdt here at no...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 March 1887

F MADISON TIMES X C. WEIGHTILA. Editor & Prop. P. V. RICElY. - - Publisher. 8AT URDAY, MIAAI('I 12, 1l-7. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. oxs TAR, - - - - - 0 - $2 On sIX xoxNaTs, - - - - - 1 . TREiW MONTHI[ - - - - - 75 Member State Central F·ecutive Com. mitter. S Jon B. RTSNE. Distrlt EExecutive Committee. J. B. SToNE, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. (G;.vori., of ' J. M. Kx-sS-r, of East Carroll. A blue pearil mark at this para Sraph indicates that your subscrip t e will expire in tro treeks. A blue pencil ,nark at this pcra. graph means that this is the last time . the paper will be sent to you unless .,, subscription price is receired be fore next issue. JOB WORK A SPECIALTY, The Inter-State conmnerce law goes into effect April 5th. The Senate confirmed the nomi nation of Public Printer Benedict after all. Mrs. Beck, wife of Senator Beck. orKy., died in Washington last Sunday. The State Supreme Court has decided the cotton and land tax constitutional. SDakota indulged in the worst sn ow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 12 March 1887

M(ADISON TIMES SC. alGHTMANA, Editor A Prop. 1. W.EICIEY, - - Publisher. SATURDAY, tMARC1 12, 1S;7. ygKS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . Y A . - - ' (l *I '^TI• * . - 1 25i DRl I F T. March winds are with us. Get your shoes at Lewis Bros. Insure your life in the Security. The moon fulled on Wednesday. Lookout for the delinquent tax list. Buy your drugs of Fulton M. Mc set Thursday is St. Patrick's birthday. Baffalo gnats have made their appearnce. The week start edont rainy, but soon reformed. The high water question is get- I ting interesting. The back water is making a showing in the swmnp. A quarter of a dolli r can be changed 215 different ways. The bids for the Court House will be opened next Wednesday. I Mr. Cleveland has lost many friends of late, and is still losing them. The free delivery mail service has not yet been inaugurated in Tallulsh. The tax on drummers has been declared by the U. S. Court to be unconstitutional. If you want to see the kind of trees Mr. Cliugman sends out, look...

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

MA RRI AGE ITN CIIN., , Ioa's Flwmer, Loe, a. Fomsd I th Flunery iromthe Brooklyn Citiv'n. "A (Chinese love letter! Have I any old-fashioned Chinese love letters in Smy  trunk? Hae I gilt-eded (lChie,-e billot-doux with a mononrami like a cow's track? There was never a love letter written in Chinee. No Chinese smaidMn ever penned a billet-doux or Sast a valentine." Rather sadly was this said by a ro mantie young Chinamnan. Mr. Hong .- Wing, who is noted amoni, the Chinese Sor the skill wilth which he plays on the mandolin. "In China," coniinu-li h-', "a man never sees his wife until he is wedded to her for life, and solletinme- lhe does not we her then, for she may refuse to ses ove her veil until three days hlave lipeed after the wedding. If lie doesn't like her he cannot get a dli. aors, but he may marry another' wiha and then another, until he has e:one th-'uch the blindfold lottery SoteL enough to get one that suitsi him. Some of these C'linesse C'rmesustes Save hundreds o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 March 1887

I MADISON TI IlVIES. \V *oTEI ToI TIlE 1 WELJ'.\RI: OF MA .1\1-aN I'P.A It Vo'Ui. I.- 1 I'ALL I AII. \AI.IsI )N f'ARNIII. LA.. A.LTU -DAY. MAR( 1 .. 1I T. TEllS---O.0OPER YEAR S Te Noted Er oklrfl Divinc passes Qyuie'I ani Calmly From Earth:. Brief Record of the C('r- r of the Note:d Xilster an Writer. Beecher at Rle,at. %tw Yoik March " - I le Rt , r i1.n i \\ 1 ,ri lbeaihlt edat9:3So'cl:ck t'::.- mnrunig in the pwe of themetire' 'f i . farn'!: It was evidet at an eari. L-, i : s l- ,r. that Mr. eec mit sr~.:.c 1-,it a -hbrt tmae ad Dr. earl, who a1, ni:h hie.. - appisd the family. They stll --..u:,led .l tUick roUm awaiting the endin,. and wecre waeplag and sobhmg so they c'und I"'* heard ad through thebou*e. ir. earle satL I v the bedside h.blding Se of Mr. ,e-eher's b.i:.t. and at :0 he said: '-Mr. Beec.her Ino m, re. lie alead.." It is ditmcult to dierilw the scene at thi:. moment Notwithstandling the fact that hi death was looked f,.r, that it had twen ,\; , - edl horly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 March 1887

MAI)ISON TIMES m -- - -- --- ... ... . . . I& C. WEIGHT MAN. Editor & Prop. P. W. BICKEY, - - Publisher. SATURDAY. MA1\l'1 I:.. 1. , TEXMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. O( MAn.--. - - - - - - --~- k THREE M0NTINS, - - - - - - - MemnbPr Stalte ('-ntral !:e-uthive( ",,'n. District Execuitive Conmmittee. J. Ii. S'r,,.r. ,f.1:.li-."n. C': 'n. J. f. ,i , J. M . Kl: !semy, f l:.tt (' rr,ºll. graph i, (l:,.,t,.< t! , .,,r" .,r,.pu; 1, tion will ; .ru ,ir t' in l rr, lne t, l.. graph ,,n.tw tlt thi i the l,,t, ti,, the paper ,ill bc xe'at to Nou ntl,' the uselrirptib,nE pr;ct ix rec-eired be f ore ntiet !"i t_., Cleveland woin't get it in 1.,'. Capt. James IB. Eids, thie great , engineer, died at Nassau. oni the 8th inst. Birmingham is putting on city airs. A cashier rect'ntly -kiplt. with the fullds of his firm. It may not indi ate annytling, but Louisiana bind, are -teadily ri-, in'g. Tfhey 'ar IlonlW ab,ove l.. It was not very luiig ago that thi i were below rt. The book kec:eper of the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 March 1887

MADISON TIMES I C. WEIGHT[ANl, Editor & Prop. p. W. HIKEY, - - Publisher. cAT -I" Iº. Y, rM \tI: 'i I'', I -. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. N t IOX vovnre. - 5RKEE o,%THM. - - - r t I 4T T Scat! .March win'lk are 'with ivn. (',;lt. Stone -lft c:rly in the' week 'l for Monroe. I 31iss Carrie L:T.nI,,in. of Whit- , ney, Texas, a ni'.. f Mr. 1). Beer, is visitinz Mr. and Mrs. 2 Beer. Charades are conteml':ate'l for ill the first week in May. I1y the, at i present, No Na'me uitt.y, tof Tal- t, j,1 lulah. t s.. The Ohio river is falling. its en tire length, and the lower M1is-is- mi uippi is falling from Cairo down or,,, to Vicksburg. or Most of the subscriptions to the et Times expired March 1st. A re newal is in order. This will do: A in place of a blue mark. ,r Judge Slack returned from New & Orleans last Sunday, whither he it has been to prosecute his suit t; against Shattuck & lHoffman. Thea case was decided, but an appeal t;, was taken. " a Only one bid was received for:' T th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 19 March 1887

BROWNING'S NEW POEMS. A Book That Will Give the Namer ae *"Clubs" a Flne Opportunity for Profound Study. S''"Hence, get ye homeward, ye great and renowned ones. night's children unchilded, with kindly attendance" so. in English. run the words wherein .Esehylus takes farewell of the Eumen ides. Mr. Browning' Fates-Clotho. Lechesis, and Atropo-h-:d us good-by in his new poem thus: Clotho: Bah Lachesis- Trs-is-la Atropos: la, ha, ha! It is true that words of Apolk's in terrupt these laconic greetings, and yet, looking at the printed page, one feels inclined to ask. Is this poetry, or an extract from some classical extravan at at the Savoy theater? Romanticism is indeed triumphant. l'errault and Hugo have triumphed over Boilean, and Aristoile, and £Aschylus, when a justly famous English poet can take those liberties with the Fates. Even in the days of Theophile, of the flamboy nuit waistcoat, it may be doubted whether the wildest of the generation would have made Clotho, Lachesis, and A...

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