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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 June 1884

MADISON TIMES SATEL:DAY, JUNE 21 - -- -w ei lell Cl' Jul Incorporate. I A. Crops will be short. f' Now is the time to--but neverj C. mind this time. col "And whispering I will ne'er L, consent, consented." Tilden. ra Orders received for ice at the I Tixas office. ee It is rumored that Gen. King is a eandidate for Congress. on There certainly ought to be cot- Pr ton blooms by this time. Cc If you have anything-to sell say fol so in the TIMES. an If you want to buy anything say of so inthe TIsES. The TuEs has readers in 'all N parto of the country. t The TIme has been awarded the at contract for the Parish Printing.. he The genuine simon-pure summer no has come at last. or Thetrains are very regular. They p arive on time. in Is the singing of the song of slack b water navigation to cease ? See S. E. Blum's advertisement of about ice and lemons. C0 ,v. Mr. Prosser will hold divine ei service at Tallulah, Sunday, June m 39. ttb Everybody ought to be ahead of e the grass now if they are ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 June 1884

He Mood by his accustomed place With aeMy limbt and weary brain. The busi of death were on bl face He thought that be bad liv.d in vain. Life's little day dr -w near its clo. Soon all his hopes would be forgot n that lgaleep, th g rave' repose, Hard, hard hndee d been his lot. But little longer could be st-e. Hile bLh med failed and be was poor, His s uages seearoe could drive The hIuma wolf from out his dnor. eyears his heads had serve: him well I tegled words and complex thought, Bat what twas for he could not tell. What smallest good had a,: th' a brought? Faahlon and wealth both m-at his % Aew With ever cold and haughty h -art. But if the printer onl. knew, .e stitkhad played the strongest part. O(rhuae and pale might be his face, rs pi power was over all; Those little ypes when in their place The oldest wrongs may well appall. O . cease thy life to mean thy duty In thy place. The noblesart thrt's known to man Is to uphold and aid his rae. --Cleveland sentinel. ABOUT CREMATION. ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 June 1884

3AWM S. OTI TIMES. "" ..D TO THe W'ELARB OF MADISON PARISH. , ,oli Il O 2F0.l ,T4ALULAH MAIBON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE. 28, 1884. To •. : ..M ; -". -, - .IM,. :. *20.. , ,I'" ;P ,.i i _. . , ,. . ', .. ,. .. .. .., .. . ,_ . ,, .. . . SUATKOOA. . Wa JoAQrn mia.tsll. (,, I I fammo waters slT Ike-r if i this the Se water may tisw the breed that lovers eat s waters they re sweet " seea rn lton waersa stll lare weeta liter hr *ru al a Sh.d . in ,Iet Pblapht Pas.. by  ac F. reton. .erted d ored last night, 1* " gettaing over my liking for soci y yu w Ill tars to r highly, cutivated dvilisatlon. , I .y ddS tion palfl on you th , rb Take ord, you would Stg your arts on the Anttawny ch he PL 3t a w mrtacalm to lr whews wroglast nigft tnmdal I 16% the plate-glam windows and f N ueap thp ;g they Mst in nc Mene beesetr. hef l elee was a fair, sparkling girl w . vi t e ofm il , and Siged s owed to a`wie wibth her oola; and in the t i ag Wh which had pased i he oo l se had And her c...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 June 1884

MA I IS N '1'I1M I' 1. C. WXIOGTKAN, Iiter & Prop. TERMS: - - - I' PER YEAR. 8ATURDAY. JUNE 28. Iembwb g sc(at (feIata EcstIIve Cow. J3u RK. brous. Dstre$ sseultlve (ommlttee. J. B. iwoxm, of Madison, Ch'n. J. II. Ofuzvo., of " J. M. KusaDov, of East Carroll. amisUkr emtirve r1(mluSeaf of Medi Se Perish. (t. A. RuuAxnMeO, (. T. Trasav Ar, K. lU. WWrntras, 4)3o. M. lux,. Joun B. rumn. AdvertisIng Rates. ALL erT role InIIsRTION 16 THIu PAPER MUST 3 OFr SOLID METAL Advertimng rates, one inch or leae, s1, trbt inmertio,, 0 cntlr t inch forn each fnis K aent eone*entive er iertion. Istl noI a same .as aave. Issal nmotics IOcnt pe.r line. Narriaga sat death notices free. (hit rnotlees $1 per inch or 10 orate awr lino. Huanrer cards of one inch or lees l12 per year. theea in. msonth mon .. Price faurmihed on appliettiot for tmster amount of sease sad for aay th of time desire. Any matter for publiaestion must reach this olliro not later than by Thursday's mall. AllU oamuwicatioun of w...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 June 1884

* ADISON T1IMES -SATURDAY, JUNE 28. 1) It IFT. Incorporate. Take off your vest. There is good fishing now. Send in your orderd for ice. Yvu can ride almost anywhere now. Crepe ought to be free from grass now. Who will produce the first cotton form ? ?The gnats have entirely disap. peered. ýt's a smart man who knows he is fool. i ten, and you can hear the cot to grow. there are plenty of squirrels in th woods. .Fulton M. McRae keeps a full line i soaps. SA snarling cur is more despicable ts abiting dog. IJs the whitewashing for this Sn all done t Congressional candidates are ling the woods. ,Road the notice regarding bills inset the parish. i TI Mr. McRae for drugs, toilet Rutles and perfumery. It is disgraceful that there is no agent on this route. Deo't forget it Mr. .Prosser rea hee here to-morrow. S' em has plenty of lemons for isle or exchange-for cash. v- . Mr. Prosser will hold divine in Tallulsh, to-morrow. s11 1 youwee the ezeursion ear is a h t town last Wedaseday. The Exp...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 June 1884

ort and low the words wer spoke, w. Fotlty ye!ars po Not a vow Ibutwhat l ve broke Some Itty yms ag. I have maim -oe obeyed him. ., I pve b and p and prayed I ini. yel Isn't he a dear? omen's work is never nd,nded. And tipe e.rled tended. VW h utook hie see; aBt I know bse w.ll a .i U. TI And how herJ it iL be'll tell you, t All she wlhed to bu e let her . T Aln't that Lair? ca When she wanted a new bonnet, And her hert wee set upon It. I wruthere. D he w seek a darling honey oe Its heu aeu money. "And don't a orget:. a Hartford Tin es'r A DlsBOlUTI NOBILITY. e " sametes I- lhlstand. Oa. She ra ino Argonaut. The Duke of Hamilton one raei beaun of now, except as a seller at a Moe of amily hebrlooms, pricele to a s," to esable him to contiude an already laoig ad ahitmo career a h teWE The Duke is perhaeps I krws In Phris thsa in London. In e 1 mrer bl e has long been ae as al.g pobi te and lib-.1 bCats, whose senri habits are ed to a daughbter of the Duke of heter, a girl nwho old ...

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

MADISON TIMES. DI'VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL. I. NO. 21. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1884, TERMS: ~2.M PI A;.a. FOUR-FOLD VENGEANCE. The Death-Dealing Carabino of Jeanne Bernier in Champagne. Uon aMwr*, amUse md se.-A msUMel sMery of the Framee -Pr-dAm Weru-A Wenma wh Paerglit nEr s ax Sgr. TerUlbe Mrrow. Phnldeiphtas ( his is not a tale. It is a souvenir that I rtame. It wa in 1870,in a farm house of - AOk-pa e on the edge of the foret,.   tbe mantlepiece hung three gems . e butts and glistening barrels. to the thther, the other to * a sad the third to the grandson. Sthe window a woman of igorous are beauty was spinning a spin fr r.whael. ae was pat yAt y. She Ss- the daughter-tn-law, the wls, the   thee men took down their guns ". gnt ot trtivelyfrom thebonoeafter : riet sembraced the woman, who uglprd leaning from the window, sent sa m ptout-hearted sainte. Wh w.ere they goYngi Is it neces W My  ~ry? The Geraman had jut in a the uoanty. ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 July 1884

L. C. WEIORTMAW, Edli.or & Prod. tio r"' TIRMI: . " ;..' i'.l... l ; . a !: 2.11M I AT !Rl'B Y..tI'LY ,). ,t- .,, .....- - "l---- -- - -+." +--= . e-a MMe tAer *ate (tu trnl I;xtVIcIive ("IM. ' tor . SJ.::2:: I Fr.sE. Iiilk Iist gsgcuirc tie Conu4 mittIWP. ,nk eit:t IMJ. . irt.'f Mali , (a. n. ictvll J. II. (ilFO ., of '" t.w J. A . K EIv sI , 'of E:.-' ('arroll. ti,7n I. anneroatite E>,Fýi-e a' mmittee " of f. Vf. :LIe ntr". n e. O.n a , li ai i, h ' tl .+' $1. (A' 6 w -lr, i ur t . T . " .- . .., ` .1 Advertisit Ratq.e'1 . : t '; AlU CUT )OR Irm.ii'it. N tI f.e I Li.: PAPEi MUT BF. OF sol.IDl 11:: AL p :1 t A1dv.rtisi n ratrle . e ne inch *t' '' $. hat , h" .'" n , '. ' . e)I I ,",T' ,tf7 t Olvitnerv notircs :1 . ' ,t jP4~ O in. rartiaunaa oe'f . l , le a $t" t . A ny lnntter f1r ,uti.hi tn n." f11 l `eech thIi oflc.t c n:," t iztr 11than I.V AT a dle n,.iy4 r m inuI . r . whetr ' r 1 .'. - . l:l trre a. h ubs t Ile tlt.tre}"n.' t., 'T. tE.;. Ta'i atdaha. Pnis. c,,f Mawl...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 July 1884

TUlD)AY , " Y 1)I . Ir 'Ir - I ak' ' to pri incorpr'ate. thje 8: ,. Iaehes ,ar rl:p " :;, thi S-E'g A o~ght to, 1c < heap. :4.' " J)id you ctl hr.l te t lheli '.' ad b, :4: knowi . (.' s i t a g.oi,1 crop to raYte. ,sinle. See Mr. Blum'a figures ,,n ire. , There is some talk of a daice. This is tile month for mu.caulines. Ih t ' Think over that town leve( luat- l'ui;t ter. i We need a good rrsiddt doctor ear Ca * rMile Who ha+ the hottest office in d town? I uk IDmonade is a sl01endid drink for Next health. i n" ° HlOw high does youur thenrom( - orii t ver 3ltand t roew It ;e now fully hot enongh fo.,rin! 1, ; pie-nice. tLk S Tie legCilature ought to adjourni idli Sacxt week. ` atrc That Expositiol. matter ne,,t'" stiring up. Gral lack water navigation will soon I thro . crop up again. (m2,,1 All wide awake stores sblould i e4 t  ep ice water. . iv,: lWho will Itring -the first open don' .-, ton to town ? There it pllenty d time yet for -rtc.on to make. T-:n i'y all moans t...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 July 1884

VTM MrTAMOBPOaMI, iceNy the hoyden, your golden hair Is smoothed and banged on youar forehead tar. Nelly the hyden, your dre ssr i aug Ald there n't a bow or a ribbon wr n.w. Your bands. In gloves of the whitest kid. In the folds of your dress are demurely li . Youreyes are bent most modestly down, Till no one knows if they're black or brown. 0 Nelly the hyden, are you the girl Who never coould keep your hair In u Are ou the girl who used to ru reakled and tanned In the ecoontry sl1 . And are you the tomboy- I almost doubt Who sang to me "Over the fence is out"? Are you te girl with the laughing eye, And the strongInollnation to ohaf and guy? O l th hoyden ooreo out Ih the air, Out of the bal-room's feverish glare: (ome out with me 'neath the moon serene-O I don't eare a Mnap If you are eighteen. Come away from the puitors who bow so low I was your sweetheart ton year ago. And alone and away from this well-dressed whirl, Selly the hoyden-the same old girl! -Puck. ON T1a SANIIS. Ho...

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 July 1884

_ MADISON TIMES. S/+ - .-- DaVOTED TO THE WELFABR OF MADISON PARISH. OL I. NO. 22. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1884, TERMS: 2.00 PER YEAR. Au~ ,,.vikrul·1~) brC. i -,.. .. . . . . . . ` M- u IIttle girl nestled Wlthin hor tiny bed, AD oi oglesand utilly. Abe breathes so soft and low. SQaI to mind a llyt A woer7 little mortal Will moon te mended there,. I Uponfl tawrl avrl . r.1 il 4 I hiss your dtd ess Smhe 1 o.1ld Tom tosoL - .' • To IL w my hsear.e b- b s Tii bd pe ha i o . Rtt. , e .....K . , yes T hule h" Found Arkansaw Traveler. in Ltae Rock several days ago, of the largest audices that sem er in the state. Old Tom BOl h . Tr in the d"tof-e de and who was i, t lq ty during 1 'ofJhn L. sul1SI, atered the Sho , sexpecting to lmM ty dne knockln." Be f$ c c old Tom remakid to some lMt' sru eatar h 'udiee l bedi if'ld pike bot him to repliam th" ges@e leato. ad to etak that miunst boom Uess huaAel wouldn't matoad up in frost o' hia 21,everend Mr. Kesnndy arese...

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

- It IL C. WEIGHTEAN, Editor & Prop. woulh some 500-----~J~le TERMS: - - - $2 PEI: Y.E.\R. only I - tho fli SATI'IUIAY. JILY 12. red r . . -- last a MSier f4tate C~entral E!nxctive (cone. u0 J,,ng B. i4rT)e. ing t pract DIstuI4t Nxocutive Cosnittee. ed w J. B. $tv , of MA:tlision, Cih'n. r - J. If. Ii;t.lvor., of "t ran i J. M. KE:NjI,)v, of Eas.t Carroll. he w: was 1 Iraimrr4th Eu',utire (oumaittee of1 iw Hadliom arin h. it a' g. A. ltm iAnswot, sC. T. Ta :z.v %'T, ecC K. C. W xsar UAt*'. M. .]A;. and Au 3 PUr IJn ot. MI s . emm screel APIP Kois r o- OrLt p sTr the Adveii te aLm , k by V t ( squae o..tth PiL w Saie d on appbonC. or tr as at Measthad for any imb t s e sotpae atr th- by ofe Ayh tio sfma. ll ut ,ai,lont of wbatewf aud n-e e otr oild bye n sa o lth. sot a eaa it fr than b- e Aton tae fail thc paper . ftr Short .satm tio oeeral in treuts br-n all parts of this anti atld- e p511ooiw swel t m Imnorpor at e. h theI Mb wand3tsl t ledll to ,e itn S orporation shou...

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

) 1vt I 1' "F. Ice. Incorporate. Who said watermelon ? Keep cool by using pltuty of icc. The demand for ice is increasing. Are you going on the excursion ? This is what you can call summer. Slack water navigation is a neces sity. Who will produce the first open cotton ? Why of course the town should be i60orported. 3eute agents hiveeuoinly been put on this route. Keep a look out for loose stock and catch them up. As prominest eitieems w all ring is on the excirsion. Old papers for sale at this office, at 5 oents a hundred. h i that ome one would build a few houses in Tallulh. Wanted: The names of those who voted to tax editors. There is now no gap between peoe and Shreveport. Madison Parish is not going to tb ELzpoeition, it is said. Road the advertisement for pro peaals to build the bridges. It is said that route agents have been put on the trains again. Monroe ice is now furnished at $1.26 per hundred delivered. , Cotton boills as large a the epd of your finger have been reported....

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

a a I OS M am' o-MoMumow. IaILL A. tAR*MAN. to Some days must be dark and dreary, N tome lves must be full of gloom. £1 Some hearts of their cares must weary. Till they long for rest in the tomb. Iogeyss muostt grooww dim from weeJin. . Sotloebmsd irldl ottrs afe bsitipjn - Care-ftree, until morning light.. 0. well for the hearts which sorrow,? That the longd-for rest draws near, And well that te sun tomorrow dd May shine on the paths now drear. Tbereare sunny sles in mid-ocean. ft Where the myrtle and orange bloom. U ýIlnme 1 a As lesstso the *li*rcked mortal, e Tossed about on theooean s crest, tr the entrance to Heaven's portal Tell only of endless rest. C BIRDS OF CULTURE. e itree ert ha l eaSthered =lad that Talk. c bead Adps'bmeay.., Phila. Times. It was a very diugy kind of a Wrt!r that a Times reporter entered on Satu. t' day evening, on South street, in the search after knowledge and informatio. TIe s.gls;4eidl afsfing. noie t going on. A bbel of birds' voice. f was a bi...

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

MADISON TIMES" DdrVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARIBH. VOL I. NO. 23. TALLULAH MADISON P' :,SHk, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1884, TERMS: $2.t'l PER YEAR. ag~ I411 mmmil •II• Il m mSH M~l im l mni mulm mmm min • l II~ Imnml m I Ill g il I• H mne l • gm • Il Iin II I I l Il • •I Ile I r rr  = OlnLT TUH BlDE RAnADY. d a a W eer oI WMas ReeId Embarks on oup ltesead or In mnam4en . New York Herald. 1 Miss Elizabeth Reed of Williamsburg it was to have Ieen married last night to 14 Mr. Carl Hulshbch, but Mr. Hulsbach r failed to pensent himself when all was realy for the performance of the cere- n mony. The young lady, who is a brn- 14 nette of teventeen years, resides with n her parents at No 28 Clymer street. it About a ye r ago she became acquainted r with Mr. Ilulsbach, who is a clerk in a d Williamsburg hotel. Hulsbach showed a himselfa devoted lover, and became , known to every one in the neighbor hood of the young girl's home by his (' frequent calls at the house. o A week ago Mis...

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 July 1884

-"MAISON TIMES , Editor '& ]Pop. tice Swh - tEaRa- . .. . * ;,ER YF4P. sh, BAT'" DAY. JULY 19.. ov.1 -. .---- =.. - .- _sin MemibeerI ate Cltral Ef)cufreU (. el "litte. Jo-ff ]. f \ :. 11t 1 -di 1Street 'ctr tive:o Cmrni t. i J. B. a,0f&, ofMadis"on, (.hn. 1W. 1. H. (II. OIr , of " Ji J. M. exsNsny, of E.ut (:. o!'. 1r ---madee P.ees ý'on co mittca of 3&adsl"as Pasaele. 0. A. P.srIAE iO, 4. T. ar I. C. WaoBtn' . G t :. . I. ,;. 6. J lN ",.'. : t Au'vertt i g " ' . - -f SPA r M'-:T E F R )F l. 1 ' rr . A iveti i - rater . rine in!h , ". ,"'4" '. l , :'i ,,8~ '{+'M ".:"" ....'T " :t ' .... .. ,I 1 etch tuabfk 1 ht *m'* n ,ert~. *- ),ýi l'Ar r, lo y.' t- l( , t '. ! I1 hi,, t. , *tde * pe ine or 10 " i .lt4a. +i'l of one inch or leas i"! t1 O a or' n , 2 "" m 1t11"'y,:t- fori N "sr & nous ,L atnswe ;:d wv: any~t h ut .i: :n me1ti . bl t r' e t(.!'ý.3 not lat] r than by3' A- 4-14 1?".; ln of -wha r'"" s . 1 . h 1 a ia. . h rK t i ,'"- l P+ t Io fill t' " '" " '-...

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 July 1884

SATURDAY."JULY 19 I 4rl much rain. ; ,n your own fault. 'u!h is improving. rtita . of of eavy sho: ors Friday. ! and ls a proinent citizen ? te aSLnot worth twenty cents : scab Ssibl eutfo will produce the first orten ) Ci St tion wwee t shooters bould be sup. re  et you tis;, you hal go}e to itv pln ~of t] legislature adjourned last: thT. y week. COU e rTains have given the grass a s p send off. fir 1 eap begin to get ready for h., eprsion. ]>u eCic pier e expense of incorporation th-e notbe felt. indefatighble cutworm is get- Pl in his work on corn. the town was incorporated, walks would be laid. of 1 *fra; e man who plants a shad; eon is a publio benefactor. b ary public spirited citi en;r d :lant shads trees. ao convicts escaped from the T at Waverly last week. CII don't advertise, how Is pla eme to know ycu are there. las. A. Stone was robbed of Ih es ore night last week. trees improve the locs j of To get them, incorpostr.s eso order.the Trxv send , y for it, aon with t...

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 July 1884

WOSl tsi OLY. I was m kmMg atr a amemd I Eots "b,.llý &tIe. I n IlS eart. Ie b tMttau aa la,. M took is . mo mt. "lOw Iseel affe Meet Inl, Is Lno ofk t t s lr te ata eo sa te/tac h Wbbow l iely indi rUnt the ot his tnisdanwhi est frome, he no sowly. Sbeom he mI stveler aha hsly o, Ma sI t e a owatw be te ' oher mow i, while tihety lues beendoverhmant wis t In t tat noil erbow tl cally indifas etaes at sa a ma ddaly calimbed into e Omlbe thes saienla trimeds o in lam oass tlcla locality may be to a pid thic as out lie the pe oman a hbot- t ,nc, and at a alnute'a notice. I The other morning, rhile the easr , bound overland wa stopping at Council la mtt, soddenly climbed into one t of'e ulsafi nam andelarmed in an e g7 thern a mSthern man aboard!" 'h.we is, soh. From Nothe Corliny, ash' respanded a gntleman attired in a block aslt, velvet vest, and leg boots, thmd an.beilam landmarks of the sting 8Goth. "Thel I appeal to ye to aid la a as of al distess," saidthe tag. "I glv 1 my...

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

_MADISON TIMES. DV OTKD TO THE WELFARE OF MADIBON PABIBH. VOL I. NO 2. TALLULAH MADISON PA !ISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1884, TEIIMS: $?.00 PER : E.TI. I- m. . *, * . , n . . . .. ..... * -T A 3roAkDOVu . u. C. PAULIUs. -- lortier ootes to swsy as brows tori to a W lyre. s thCareer lo poweas e Am mai and uoraos . b har o l at o e-. , ert - sm hartos eerta eta . oInWt ais `elar the e h Uh god o. mortals he bw tht inlougra reb. l -July Manhattan. STUDES II CRIME. 's Camre of Sin in SYc. Ameic, and en the Sea. p Ssarnata*a aon we se.-*ac lmsanes Crasy O le ssa sme , iieago News. of his Lirtbplao, John Wil whose hbltory reads like a died a lw days go, alone and by the banks of the stream ila Immortaliled by Bryant leashb ad others, the beantlr isr of Northern New York. the r.e stone chimney and semala to mark the spot where r, all iarther races of the meM having aesumbed to the powers of storm and time age. His parets came tr from Scotland JIut before e the last centaury. and settl...

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

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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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