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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 July 1887

nX9 7F SULTBS . " @I . Subscri)e : Who h-3 cccn a.l leups? Dr. " - . - . ,n.n ezcommnunic-ted" Mis~ MalenL Bd.Ec, of Chlnton,,. La., i3 c61,titn . Get your life Art curity then you can die in pF ace. .1 Miss Rena Sp.:ro " :' ... " from an extended ."1-it to ;v. Thursday. Waterraeo; l ve ;.c: Tslulah, fr s,,' u tiuml , b:, ' r.. are not gout ripe ytt. Railroad Lake at the ,w-r .: of town coIuld b seen t.: . it' beauty, Friday mornintg. There has bcn ~omne ta. of'", passengcr trail ea,'h way, on ti.. Y., S. & ... but it Is ,sly taik. The V., $. & P. ha i.ea ;" t ing few pii;::; at ,' , , . A new bride'. w ,: . ., i..e CI' ter. That drairage I.,h ..At to" duut Lthe, luw -. t wa. I: is a shame t) th!.t matter Lewis Montguuiery preicatt) &m editor of the T'ruEs with a ni t' i ipe watermelon and a fincly dIa- '( vered cantaloup. The Mi!likcn'- Bend ,nt,'rtain- :H t is reperted byi tho.e w)' mieded u being a, uucce:i i. . ,. ' Typerticulr. T't,' pil ., par,and th day, ",I ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 July 1887

A TRIP TO MOROCCO. I Detalls of an Overland Journey from the Seacoast to the ( apttal. A letter from Morocco to The Loun don Times says: In col:!;' wt* here the residence of the court is far rnemov ed from the haunts of c si;ization, the journeys of the minister, to vi;it thR ruling soverelgn a.stnue tmuch mtor', important features than 'wien, as in Europe, a few hours. or at the most a few days. will take one to one's de'tin- . ation. Nor is there any country in t!, world in which thiis is bItt .;i ,-tri - ed than in lMorocca. Pen:Il. w ;.: :i used only to the means~ f trl.\:;, sommion t,) I:roote c:ani l.;.'.' n I a ofu the preparations n'cessari for :t - ney which can only be a' cillli.ll, dl by I.tilg in camp and by trtv. :, all th·' road oi horse bacl. Fir-t t;,. are letters to write to the l ii :.i:. whose work it is to convey i m:' saft the party from whatever part ot ,t coast the. ianld at to the ca,ital. U, ply b.ast; of burden, horses, tint-, a:il provisonu to a certai...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 July 1887

SMADISON TIMES. SD-:VU(TI:D To TIHE. WEI.FARE OF MADION PARISHII VON,. O. 25. TALLLAHi. I>ADISON PARISH., LA.. s.ATURDAY. .iLY 1i, 1i7. r S---~!.oo PE6 YF, AR W- ~ JULY. you the ooars aare sung trees anonII : IDgn they wakel at thie Im,,rin'sA bhreak, the day the lisping breese y with their tree-top tries. pestlr, ;pebbly brooks d tailes like story- books. a fagrant irce'lie urnms a the gardn's lossoin-ur tempt the bee" to hasten home for their honev-comb. l a looking-glau. L ecy: douds that pass, jj ` us a Ilmost doubt aI are n't changed about. fatll asleep s s holiday, m~ s w randt ,man e - D e5 i St. Nholeas. The Madison's Butler. wr loom r ae arossow. It was Mrs. Madison's opinion that the servant quutioa would be the death Ut her. The .questioa" with her meast generally, how long will the newly aquainted domestic remain on tb fld at his or her present useful ses--A mselessness P Mr. Madison was rich in this world's goods She had an indulgent husband. ,hial children, a more...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 July 1887

MADISON TIMES 1L C. WEIGOHTAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY. Publisher. SATURDAY. JULY 16 1887. TIMKS OF SUBSCRIPTION. " YxS VBAt, . . - . - 00 . MZ OWOTA, * .. . 1 25 rImI MO(NTfIrs - . - - - 75 Metber tatMe Cemtral Executive Coal. mitlee. JoisN B. TrOxL District ixocutive Committee. J. B. STONE, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GILFOIL, of J. M. KENNED~, of East Carroll. A bl.e pencil mark at th;.; ;,r,. graph indicates Ihat your a· crl, lieo will expire in two wcckL A blue pencil cmark at thi ,ar, Igrph usean that this is the last ti,mr the paper will be sent to yoeu. unIle, t k subscription price is received bc ne xazt iestrc. Subscribe $2.00 Ifoorporate. *i aston has a Railroad Lake and t.t a drainage ditch dug. T' he Nicholls boom is nearly Ae; the curl is beginning to 'wiiber and die. Political interest is centred in jmrW Orleans, where the saints and -F+ "big four" are trying to recon -:ai themselves to each other. It albitter dose for both crowds. "ake Sharp, the convict...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 July 1887

MtALISO ' I i l; EGPTYA, tor 3c i'.'rP" Ky. uAI, J i Y ,i ;r. *- l. .,,,r ess oas ~ ss. - pD KFT Too mech rai. aelons are pi~ t:ifui. ,,, sho" r are mighty tiieal. P rly mueetir g nx: lue: . Bhy y drags of Fulton Mc . pleater ought to sell cotton b e l. W on siaon is jr full blea. TMj iLa tiw to talk plank t I s e walks. ro gmnbPag trade ought to be Wm4t o theCourt House is pro r does not appear to be a m" iis bad weather for water adjm ripen. ]r. T. W. Briscoe returned to llat week. at p a t the Madison House when yea come to Tallulah. Sabemribe for the TIMES; the campin is etting interesting. That this is a first-class peach oirJ , the TMram can testify. If the town were incorporated, yee walid be more plank walks. Peesm are sold at from fifteen to Wtay.Ave cents a peck in Rus tee. liilittle early yet for local rol but some quiet work is "-' Thus will be a very interesting armilentertainment at the B3end auThmsl day. r .bep at the Washington .:ot, s esytago Vicksburg You wilil...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 July 1887

FARM AND GARDEN. WASHING MILK PAILS. It is assumed that of course the milk pail should he thorousrhly washlwI ;ght and morning, and as soon as possibleh after the cow is milked. At this season 1 a slight neglect in this matter will so800on I make tlhe milk unlit to u-e. Half of the complaints of city milk ar i;e to carelessness in handling is. and esvpeci ally in cleaning the can, in wh.ch it is f curriedl around for sale. CI'LTIVATTING c'01º;1 EAI:LY. It to not enoughl that corui is finally freed from weeds. The lk.t way t, do, this ito begin early while weeds a:re smatll: but there is also a fiwth.r ad-l vantage in early cultivati, in sti"rr. ng the soil. making it warmer and dr? er. and also increasing its avail:able feirtili ty. This is even moreimportant than thorough late cultivation to keep the overhe:teti soil moist by con,.la, ng the moisture of the air. KoItMISS AS A DRINK. The Tartars make an intoxie:ting drink from the fermentation of the milk from their mares, which i...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 July 1887

MADISON TIMES. D.: ETE(I To THE WEl.\RE uF MADI4ON PARI11 .N(O. 2~. T.ALL LA.II. MA. . I')SON I'.ARISIL. LA.. SATL-RDAY. . JULY 2:;. lýS,7. UNCERTAIN. su r Fthat Amtyrso vent wig Make itcr fuss i bir, h!'s sze; n wnill ut keep his nord: ol: Yos rIca nmake him e. of r ep with aperity m I y. " iull tfo me ten., y r vd comic vrPo . B, Be s -rts bl buha wea. s jailbs t e instead :ea,,, was 'd ter drw your hearse!" out w, Is tlrt imtent noti I a fk ea tl. in" his pro a brlbmg how Jr tdh tOae sect I vee eas tarsus the wlht be will ,rig s Lprcol Lwr here be'l It ler t heL .iated uate an Ln gdh eim Lkt I fall- T er far to walk. Tet-ttl ela n steed, Un Ue to timeo l as t L eetaIIn at all imlu dow Restive a. ad routh. and W14.1 how ften ,iu've beirit Dll pai away with rhymes, the "A po" tlsi2. bt mine own;, Then leaiv n e a double alo hou o A fat dieam 1a 4' e just ( mat. oti roof i le night enouh to e a w families"- thi ase M thrt were tshildren nrd the tenements S fnot pr,,rly separated...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 July 1887

Q. C. WEIOHT)IAN, Zditor & :Pro 1. W. RICKEY, - Publisher FAT UrtDUAY. J.'ILY 2' I$$7 TIRMS OF SUBSCRIPPION. "i - or.tl.s, . . - - 1 ..... . yeuas bovT U " - - " - 75. emis: Sttte (Cenrral Ixecullti v C'o u. sillttee. Joui.v i,. , r,.;.. A ltt'"let Exocutive' Commiatteie. J. B. :TOINv, of Madison, Ch'i,. J, H. (jiLFoI., o "' J. M. KENMEDY, of E:ast Ctrrull. A blue pencil mask at this Jra. . graph indic',t, that yrOr atbcrip lieo will expire, in twtc: ;w:. A blue pcnril n;trk i: th,.' 7par(. graph meaas th.t, this i.; I, ,- ine; t .nu the papecr will i,, .gent to .,oi, Ut, Whs she subscripj tion pr;ce ic c.cii€,l be. fors next is:t. t -it Levee work will som Lb,. i,, ordu,.t The Hon. R. M. T. Ii;,iter of i Virginia is dead. -t3 Sylvanus CobbL Jr., the dory t :,," writer, died July 20) of pneumonia. a Frederick Krupp, the great gun tl manufacturcr, is dead, but his guns ii . till live. a The well known cotton firm of 0 T. L. Airey & Co. of New Orieans bave failed. ir Ex-Sen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 July 1887

p. W. HIC,E' P ic. I. . YjXS OF sUl3SCRIPTIO N @U TLAR. - 1 uow(rno . - p) I F 'T. HeavY rain Thursdy . r:: . and evening. Insure you." Lii. - ; ,g- - ::. ississiPPi How. It has been ch ' ': been very hot this w ek. M1a. Waddill has into the Scoutlnd hot v-. The V.. " & '.is r.& ' :i track betwen here and lt : See the notice of bids waut:e l :,r cleaning the weeds frori. the I:vcS. . The mails are gett:': :.r; tar again. Papers au -,re : ':ustJ every day. Wm. A. Freret l.,s seen ar, pointed U. S., super, : arc '. ": vice Bell remove,!. Mrs. E. W. Montgonmerv Ii.-2 been quite ill this week, b-ut ,. improving Friday morning. Subscribe for the American Ag riculturist. Only 1I.5;0 ; year. Full of valuable infouzmation. Railroad lakeo has temporarily disappeared. The next good rain will witness its reappearance. No, Mr. Bond has not had th:t drainage ditch dig yet, and hel don't appear to be wcr rigd over: the matter either Senator Eustis is reported as be iag in favor of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 July 1887

PUBLIC OPINION if camurla"'s "Ciao, huers a d Diarrhoea Remedy. _ is perfectly reliable remedy in l easses of bowel complaint. N. HALDEMAN, dr Yt, Thornbu rows I am poitive that it has saed the T es of several persons in this viclnty. (gas. J. Nawcoxn. blacksmith. Lydtl City, Iowa. t Itoha pleasure in recommending it. GEO. BENEDICT, druggist, Maxwell,-lows. I ad it thfalibie. A personal trial is doleut to convince anyone of its .mperior excellence. M. ARMSTRONG, travelinr ms Rock Fails, I b his a good medicine. M. C. GALLAGHER, Cedar Rapids, Is. a is our favorite family medicine. 8a0'L P. STEWART, blacksmith Terra Haute, Mo. I am subject to cramping pains in ee stomach, but can always depend " sees Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and larrhbm Remedy, one or two doses ahlys cures. . AL BALhwmw, hardware merchant, Boonville, Iowa. We have sold hundreds of bottles mtd never known it to fail. J. B. BRasTox & Co., druggists, Aden Iowa. who use it recommend it very .1. H. DEWATEaS, drugg...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 August 1887

,MADIsoN7LTIMES. . I.. ... . .. . --i...I . .... .. . ... -. -A.. .. -t"._ . . 7." . ... E I .R... :\.'2'T. :: " " Tf1 F i Fi s u I".'ll 1D\0 tP'lII 1 . IV.--NO. 2 . '!.\1i.1.I..L.11 . 'l.\I)I() N 1'.\1 II. 1..\.. S. LT'I' III.Y..\ '(1 'S'l' CS , 18`$ . I'D.Ils---8'.co I'EI VFAH. THE LITTLE ONL tin tin The 1iUt %t'ring batty fee he - Wit;thfalring steps and slow. Int Wi' battUering echoes soft and sweet J n my heart the;y go e" l,) to in grim1 plays, e ismidd pads son dusty ways, a threurh the house Is track maze be They wander to sad tro e baby hands that clasp my neck en With touches dear to me,n st Z thb smash and wreak o' d for to see; e, d the mirror with a cane, tot Lb read the manuscript in twain, the I' re destructimn they ordain to is wasteul jubilee. TLh dsam,. murm'rlg baby voice an that cap Its little tune. 'ta m.n my listening heart rejoice exl LIke brd, In leafy June, the l ewase at midnight dark and still, Da Mall the air with hodinag All, do lt spits the ear w' ihoe...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 August 1887

Mi-ADISON TIMES. _-----iI THE LITTLE ONE.t T4eSAbt'ring baty feet., , WitI ta llrsip spad sltl W'iat' berthr echoes slrt and sweet S "A bmrr h re , ',ey io; js i5almigo, i grmiv:lays. - I waeV prnds and usty ways. 1LMtisaeth the house Is tratkful maze t '1W watnder ) ad fro. Siaby hands that .'lsp my neck ith touchbes dear 'o ome bh Le asmah aad wrest d ~or to see: fot,i~ ' the mrmror with a ene, t ld tf. e mF h lanurt in twain, t W destructi n they ordata t Is wasfallabilee. vstI., mur'riu hatbbv voitce 10as its little tune. 'Th my Ilistenin heart re nice W tebs ito iset .lune, Wwo aaabin t adark and still I VIe the arwith howe a i l:. spitaWtst ' a 'T hose s hrill. R -lfrnu41e/ AeIs. Stl l ack's Reception, ia ALLAN KNDI(COTr. It was eaurtl 730 A. M.. and, as ws the wesot at the Brown' s mansion. i was laid and the ras were seated at the table dis eoaed in nevels. I believe, so let us a the phrase here; it sounds so much a e fIete than a more commonplace eseoea. In reality it was...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 August 1887

MADISON TIMES L. C. WleSIGTAI, Editer 4 Prop. P. W. W ICK Y. Publisher. SAT URDAY. AUGUST 6, 1887. Y'11I OF VUBSORIPTION. o*tvs, - - - --- $ o00 ri monErs, - - - - - 1 25 aass Mo.rnes - - - - - 75 igern Sa Oeas a lreoatIs ve Corn. Joax B. 3roxs. I irIlet xzecutive Committee. J. J . B.roxa, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GILFOIL, of J. M. KENNEDY, of East Carroll. -- •- | A bMlu peneil mart at this para gieph indicates that your subscrip . r will eCpire in two weeks. A bite pencil mark at this pnra. praph means that this is the last timeI #Us paper will bc sent to you unlces S~. stbscriptioa price is received be wre next issue. It will pay you to read "Jeff Wellborn's views. Gen. Buckner was elected Gov ernor of Kentucky. The Gorham crowd (spoils) car :ied the Maryland democrati!c con eaintion. The death is announced of Con grssman E. W. Robertson at liton Rouge, Aug. 2. ' Tennesee, Missouri, Ohio and :l1inois were shaken by an earth S *4ke on Tuesday last. t t Ltoff, the celebrated editor...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 August 1887

lON TIME do gra Wr . ita.r a Pr. Y! y rnoothe -. ,S . is week.pui r. him the OAUGUT 6, 1887. val oft :` are dull in Madison. Jr meeting Tuesday.15tim piI·· i T. wil been scarce this year. e a bailliard table a t the C Way year y ulription. abha S1 daHou afternoon. the terelon seaon w aee. ul Dios e dull in Madison. eta .ps. tJa'Y meeting Tuesday. Ioo 13A'has, been scarce this year. bro - bas become of the peaches Un, that were to be alerg later aT ea . Mr. Hart of Monroe, will fac pweach st Tdalsdh on Sunday cro .L . Brown (colored), a lo9 reg tigitdea of Tallulah, died no parwd aight. mo iir dGasper, (colored), who wil " sonstific last week on Mr. so. l. Meotgomery's place, died bor mu Ap * no On: r o ount of sickness, Prof. w L was forced to break his not t at Tallulah last Mon- a ci SHe will endeavor to make as di er appoinnte. SMr. Bond has mso much onm his of < (it is not large enough to get ti 'bit,) with the four trains Or Sthat he'has probably forgot- . all about that dr...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 August 1887

-I CL-. a rea c p ress .h C - s ei t days pst laboer bh* been I'he geusadi at the foot of LSurd is r iosd is all made ,,and. whie se oof the egro astood A an b in hi bars feet, it wave way. ase eoot ippiunra the inside. This mnadf wal hs ue for at eest f d'ose0 SmOeesins to trawl ut, the b g o sleo with the snakes. The eq s golored man turned a silvery color a bodleceversd one bite en the left lot AU the laborers gathered around with their baes shevels and pictaxes sad leSd est a dem of the reptiles. The wooud. man was hbaded a pint flag of Robin.o' eaty whisky, wi ich he tnok frle'y as a aake medicine. One et the other men uhaimed also to be bitten, but as the liquor was Il gone be weat back to work without a werd else. It . a eertain tfact thnt the wounded ma "was cured by the 1 'qa'r, aod sow Sauisr no iacoavetence from at bIe-Palatka Hoea.M !1s hee Mbm a the world wotdl be poor without health. The dyfn" .lIeoise rousumptive would ercbangep m Ihob worth fora enor leeseof fif. H...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 August 1887
Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 August 1887

TMADISONW TI RMES l),.'\',~':C rll':I Tv Till', W lElI .\ '.A I OiF .M .IlSOiN I'.lll _ "-'0 .. . ... TL .... . -- AY - 2 1887.. i ,R}.,[r_.& :ilo. TALII'I . At.MADISO)N PARIlil~l.LIA.. S.\TI RDAY. \I'WL '.T 20. 1,'<'7. tP0C .[.- S~ .I" . . . . .I· II-· · Ii tshpee seelotn f ogIertd and liv la J3as5c the "island of lSpring". tt lss undler the lee of Cuba. the fir, - arUr traveler finds much that is on sierw I thrt Ug. There is a pict- .ot qn beausty of mountain, vr:lley and S.mrywhere. and it i" :t painter's but Ids g the iland isdoomed. Its I surely ad finally set in. $S- rap pelIlg tihe staple product. hIa aft, ".ssto be profitable. amt ib psui, through the country it i theie dsh1LOe to see the number of estates I a u--ing a into "bush," What a g oawftry it would be under the es American capital snut on- fro 'r! Te finest tr it in the world ".*l id he grown, sad they cold be put in to New York in six da4 s. ea But the peopl are tired out. It way Int that rears of tropieal ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 August 1887

S MADISON T'I'ES 8. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop P. W. RICKEY, . Fablisher HAT.URDAY. AUGUST20, 1887. TERK OF SUBSCRIPTION. o. va ..R, $. 2 tOf "1 Z OWTII5, . . . . - 1 ' 2 vt una xO.IwI---------- Member State Central Executive Comi mittee. Jons B. Sross. District Executive Committee. J. B. STO.NE, of Madison, Ch'n. J. II. GILFniL, of J. M. K.NNEi)Y, of East Carroll. A blue pejncil mark at this para. S graph indicates that your subscrip tios will expire in two weeks. A blue pencil mark at this para, graph mreans that this is the last timn the papcr will be sent to yo& unLllcs8 the subscription price is rcccircd bc fore next issue. The State prohibition conven tion meets at Alexandria Aug. 17. The State Democratic Committee is called to meet at New Orleans, Oct. 18. The Ute Indians are on the war path near Meeker, Col., under the leadership of Colorow.: John H. Clay a son of the great Henry, died a few days ago. Iie was the last of five sons. East Carroll politics i,ppear to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 August 1887

MADISON TLiM E I C. WXGHTrAN, Editor & Prol p. W. H ICKEY, - - pblishei SAtTIUD.IY. AU,;'.,T ºc, I7. pIr3* OF SUBSCRIPTION. est fVA It. eres r . - - " n >;t1 IU' T . The roads are very dusty. The hot weather is still with us The Monroe Bulletin has an abil editor. Gathering corn is the correc thing now. The watermelon crop is aboul exhausted. District Court Monday-Crim nal term. There was a light shower Wed nesday night. The walls of the Court House are nearing the ski'. Capt. Jno. . st!,ne return,, from Monroe TuresIda'. Mr. WYhitmarsh got back fromn his summer trip last week. Irish potatoes could be sold in Tallulah about now. Mr. Geo. \V. Montgomery re turned frou Hot S ,rin s last week. The river mail service is very defective about Lake Providlnc:e. The V.. . & P. is goin to re pair the ihepot. Thi.s is . g,,,d move. The demand for ice is still good. and likely to continue for somle time. The travel on the niIght trains, an the V., S. & P., is said to be very g...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 August 1887

j o I rl4e'% Sweet aqpectations. it is very hard hearted but wonlder how this season's b! ide kat thoseof next year. and whether won't be one or two litt~t s ghs of re, To the woman who begins right Il.. ii nmatron will be a haplyi oe; h,,t  erage young woman do ,i not b'gi" She begins by bying:uriou-iy in l've,. the very waur'nth of her etl:ot!i it to cool very quickly. Sie ie _Iagning that Ber:edict means a ,' to her, ann, eh to !im. on'y y, tact she shares his heart w ith i" horses and other ;uxuries. ': ,... o. recognizes this and cortiu- : beasdisappointing as his oth--r l'. ..-i to require s much ilelaiteto ,:r :r - Sa billiard ball, nor to go la:-, i.. ,. t, bo, a a fovorite racer is lik-:y t-, t.It Benedict know her p! i::i too ' q  andsoshe wi!l notget t , ean .... t tohim. Anman is ery I ,:i T: is wife to be lke the FIre:;,h ui. worthhaving after each chai er. "F-  ued in our next." W',,,'", a,rte apt this, and o.!v r rr:nr '"i.-r t!.. r is an episo:e ra'n-r than n...

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