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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 December 1887

MADFSo N TIMES" .. .. . . ... . . .... .... . . .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . ...... . . .. . ....... .. . - - * ** - -. . - - -- - -- - - - - - - * s .\ T1 'T FiT , 11 L\\';I-'.XhE :F I\;lsN P1AI1,-:11 - - i a _ 1I. J4 S . *•- - , ','O l. I Y.--N (). 17. T .\II I. \li. I.\I)HON I Al. llSll. ]hA .. sAT.I'I )IAI.\ I)v.;('i.; EIi1I 17 ~ s. 1 ' .. - b -'.b, F, r.i.\l. ? WASHINGTON NEWS. The I'resident sent the noni-,.t: n of L. Q. C. L.amar, to I, a-he.-e It n .-1 , tiee of the Unit.d State '-ulir, :e ,a .oart:; W.liiati F. i:uaS. to 1e. e', re- b111 tarv oftni iterir; Don .MI. ikj.',i'.-,: at I .ofMicigan. to be potiiaster-_~ew .r:!: ;o ibihs. S. Fair 'il of New Y-r .. t.. ,,," .secretary of the treasury; (;'eor':, L. sen Rives of New York. to, be, . :: -::ant .secretary of state: I t.': . )! : 'a:rd of l' ri New Yorkn, to 1e,' a- . ' I nt , or:ar ,e ..f the tre iure: tei:, r l. lin rr o 'Ias yce Cachlse:ts, ii' be s  i e 'n l c ;:t,: rol',r of the trea-ary, an i .1 n. Iw" W'....

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 December 1887

±:r e· TI-BEE FAIR"~ Carries the LretSoko .- .--- " .... - -- . . i aill " ' 4 1 4~i- ----a--l-m Beii- l--il - -Il i MADISON TIMES I ubscrz.tion $2. pe Jlt ------ ----- lea1 1! C. WZIGET.A. Editor & Prop. hle P. W. HIOIY, ". P-blisher. tt MATURDAY, D14C. 17,1, e;, l r- - ---= the TFJ~ M8 OF SDBSCORIPTIOW. hu SOXrVri.ARn, - . . - .2 O itz o ' ( . ,r - . I n.-ll i [n S L te Central six.'ultA.e C 3:i ti aittufec'. Jour: B.. rcs. the SDibutr et Uxecutive Committee. tll J . ;t. 8TOE, of Madison, Ch'n. ii .. H. . G.ILOIL, of " c 1. M. KENNEDY. of East Carroll. M; till A blue pencil mark at this para- ti raph indicates that your subscrip- 1) ties till expire iit two weeks. ; . blue pencil mark at this paras A. g..glsph aLns that this is the last tile Ast, paper will be seat to you usnless l g tubscrtiption price is rcceiced be- n1 Wsit issue. ;i  addo(went:for McEnery. tvi Morchousc is certaiulv.MIcEnery. of " When you reduce the tariff you reduce values all around. The tariff...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 December 1887

IDAY ~GOODSii th Stt"d8I , ~ in s a0 sIss t. ýýl l_ _7R107'A17AYclý1.7LIO / ý ~Rý7/JAa.ý"ýn "..-ý1ers _ :r c VADIISON 'rIS3E'" '::  .... ---" k P o. g VWZ IGHTIA,, litor & Prop. ý g. RHICKEY, - - --- publisher. Rainy wek. SNow' take a re-t. )McEnlerY is ;aining. S' Setter luck next time. Court adjlourned Thursday. The dayvs ar, very short now. Bad weather f,.r ha:uling wood. Believe a rung:r iut dd!bre d : fact. Iowe:ni smY e i, C w . n.et rattled. There are dlift reeao l:iind of grat itude. Christmas i. only :t wetk from to.morrow. The extra Ti'::~s w ii:t i vy a' preciated. There was some pretty sharp practice in the l.acal e"t,'n.:~ign. A friend that st:tV- at Ionme i Not of mutch u-c ,'n votiez tl::y. It ij hintedl that "ý,nti nwl'n cnot"d twice f'r a candiidatt. ~n Weilnes dr. Tbe political liglhtning struck in neral unexpeCte'l places We:d m day. Mr. T. A. Steel,' "set this editor apiece of hear nei:tt last week that was just detliajiotn. Fast M e'.f- lett ' nal:.': at W...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 December 1887

TJACOBS OIL h troke of Pain IVWfAT YEAR TO THOUSANDS. l 'la.--Fifty nil!ion popullatinn. Pain for the first titce t, one in every ten. FIv million need relief. low? Promptly. awetliy. Ceuatinty of cure at reason aleotees How to futu out? On reputa em, through experimentt by proof. M IMtS.-Examrple.-Take up St. Jacobs Oil the t;r at lcmndly for I. ni. ItL.uperior erita I rownre to all the wor.,l. Explerin lkews its nmerirs through its cilicacy. t ML EUly..-i. Its era6is are prompt. I t Its erlef is ins 3. Its cures are permaneai 4. It caws chronic casehs , Sl ki standing as 40 years. 5. Its cure are witheat relapse, writhout ret';rn o' h pi. 6. It cures in all eaes ueid ac eidila to directions. 7. In every bottle tingg'la cure, in every apphcation a reief.,, II PIsr.-1. The ta.timonv cannot e disputed. 2. It has been rena- ite aftero iseof years. 3. No return of lairn in 4. It has cured i all agt andrli ccn Metls. 5. It hla cured all tlre of sutfhr I .i. 6. It has cured all stag...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 December 1887

MADIsoN _TIMES" D.VtTI;D TO THE WELFARE OF M \PDI-N P.I_KI IV.--. -. TALLLAII, MADISON PARISH.II, LA., SATURDAY, )E( CEMBEl 24. 187. T1 -..... " E . ELR. AIN R P, BE US. Fl - Beb the St, Lonis. Arkansas~ aid Texas Expr,-. In nom 5securti EItimated at S10,000 tlon g.wxard or :.:) I:at'Lh for ntr Thctr (apturn. 'Or BocK, \t ax, Do. 11.-In ref- n,,` thberebbry tf r:e St. I.oui, -rrL anld 'l'xa t-in, rcortd as n c ten miaes thi side or l 'eaxr- -,y: - ,sight. v. "i hs ha. re- hi gallowitt :t;>± Ger'lr up- 1 1>,14natl. tn 'h ' . Louts, , "it: and 'T'exas ralroad: t -, Aali.. I'ce.uver 1,.-- he - S ?. itughc . Governot: : ortk-bonnd pa-.en; r tea I w. d about tea iues nortli'of here cvenia: about ,u .:a a. , by turee men. The exf'rn-s car was :" but the pa.se ,nger an-I maii olt mo!cte'!. ±la v -tart 1 arned ar., frum Loadvjile soutA. A posse gr:a gone up the iroe M ountain M: mtlvte. i' a, ¶: wiil i.i , She road !eadiI gr to t.s place. t1. 1'. 1 \ \. -te Hughes has olored ~ux)...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 December 1887

TI-E FAIR" CarrTies the La~rges Soc   .-· ..  --.,-e -* - -- "  .... . . .....~I •II --- .. .. =-11 --1 .. . . .. . . . . . •I midI i II II II F arL L M DISON TIMES Subscription $2. N'. I@UT, R Publisher. S TURDAY. DEC. 4, 1887, T Al Or as sUBaRIPTION. ns, - - - * - *S00 swa, ...... 1 25 igotae ..s *....... 76 m at CaOteUtl isoauive (oar mistee. , Josn B. Broxs e- t e seutive Committee. J. . .Sro, of Madison, Ch'n. J. .H. GILPOIL, of" :.. M. KEIxsDY, of East Carroll. e Beeead Clan matter at the tQes at 2IsUlah, Losisiaa. A Us spemei mark at this ,Dara ia ioset that your subscrip wi, epire is two weeks. les pencil wark at this par.. sauu that this is the last time sper will be est to you salese lies price is reaeied be "st lee... iloIlls arried Lafourche. Is lost Terrebone, McEn sptared'it. annual war scare is now m, in Europe. was a heavy snow storm last Monday. New York Times advocates by electricity, instead of hundred and eighty cab and stablemen are on a I Neh w York. The...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 December 1887

AY G OODsin the State sells at LOWSTL n ui m "r-,L..,-. r'"l'm'''i• L . pIbON TLMI4 ' gIIGHTMAJ, Editor & Prop. # guCKEY, - Publisher. SgATlRDAT. DEC., .4 18$I,. IfI morrow will be Christmas. O An( *I there somethTug a little B in the vote fur Stone, at the Fro meeting ? can'hear lots of things about A' pass meeting now. t Syou ought to see our new Court It It is nearly done. But STe country papers, numerously, fi e remarks about Judas isearot. j By eanday was a clear day, but on gedisy the rain resumed opera- Any Anq MiS"es Florence and Lizzie Bris- I .e returned from Port Gibson Tha Tm.eday. R THEY BAY: "I That broken promises are plen- Fo, That the Police Jury meets the A 4 week in January. some white men are much F to buy than to persuade. ]iti turkeys are too high in a. mat a nice present for your wife, a life insurance policy in the a ty. Ihat the inside of the New Court is excellently finished. That the talk of Madison parish democratic, is bosh. That a traitor is the me...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 December 1887

s el,t,a deposited in to the orders othe City Trea. ? a rem h (Con.) man will elear nearly bm a Seracre crop of celery this year. 11s !uhese Court Recorder at Cincadinnati a lse women are less selish than men. Lae compeanes are disposlng of their meeu. They don't like the anti-allen J . Jesup, a graduate of Trinty Col. DIln, is writing a new play for Ma. oea postomeo called Dooms, where 3. Cleveland has seen appolnted post Gordona'eon Prank Is to be married Illeeba's daughter, In WashLngtoa. dilerlatl ights of LonAAeo. laugh over the shots they give and re days. In the days when the World by Manton Marble and the gifted in was Its chlefeditorial writer, ltes contained the fiercest Invective A tlibune, as well as the most caustic ittlelem of Mr. Greeley. and yet Mr. and Mr. Greeley were personal theM never was a more pathetic Ia male amore remarkalle editorial than hl Mr. Chamberlafe wrote for the the deathof at Mr. Gr: ey-a wild out te', ateaching revelatlon of self-re ln·i having ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 31 December 1887

SMA)DISON TIMES. I).\ ''l TI:) T TIlE WEILF.IL I: O)1 \ II<(i.N PA\UIil xO,. ly.-NO. 49. T ,ALI 'LAII, MAI )IS(O)N IPA. ISII, LA., SATIRDI).AY. !I(1'E1E111: i. 18:7. T.1'llS---.0t 'FUl \1\IR. ms=-~~ A Fair Impostor. cha Ma will. A Jane evening. An upper room in wll S iy "School for Young Ladies and Glad ,ira." A damsel with unbound la a white wrapper gazing, some- I. disconsolately, from an open al l :allow. Tie clock had struck 10. an,' no- oxy cding to the receipt for being' seaelthy, of n "althy and wise, as well as "he rule of ime, Mickle's establi"' ament, this co ,g person should h" re been in bed .vu been in bed hr ail asleep inste:oul of which she was gas; into fu sty, and almost won- t deag for w at earthly purpose she doo had been b urn. She was 17, and pret tirea y pretty in her way--which awe ever 'one pronounced "so odd. you a Lit SThe day before had been graduating co day, and she, too, had had her white l dress and dainty gloves and slippers fasi sad all th...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 31 December 1887

AT)iS ON 'i :" C Wi1(GUTYN,iLtT ,; , "OP i P-. W. EICKEY, - L . t oi r TAr, - . i- , - 1 MONTHS - - - - - - t bLr toate. 'nratl 1.1 cutla (tae ( 'O Jo : I : r. Astrllet Exoe'tivo Committ e. ' . J. B.SroN':, 0 .!adli:on, ('1;'n. J' I.. tvo.Lonc,f "( J. M. K.NEV,'. of Ea-t Carrli. h -,.... • s " " J'Is  O()ce at " ulI,',oh, jo" iU4. A blue ,eneil mark at tli.s ia;-r- r.ot tU idieates that your Lsubcrip- .9Cnt1L: will erjpire in two vreckc. thusi: 1 blue penril ,mat;k at th; -'a t, A 54ea s that tis i. thceih l't  , "' paper will be sent to you 'at ., i Ca :,'Ic" .Suciption price ia receicd be - tils i o1er aest isue. t t _, The health of the ('ro an Pr;nce a a:,,1 -tGermany is imuprovi :,g. ad:ni John S. Barlour w«. etciel w' h tor from \'i:,!nii ::t w e . ol +J.=_ , _ --- , u ggins, th, ,:,'rate:, !!as re- : g*nled his p)ositionfas app)inltment . dlerk. , , The TIMES is obligEd to ion. C. Xwwton for a copy of the P're. idenit u ____, ___ _ 11tt.1 ` r. J. T. Mc(l-tllan, wa.; ele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 31 December 1887

SON TIMES -NI £Itr& P op :. I J , ;11 -'1 , - publisher- or th DY l" :;.. -lhine SvI'~ It' 1-1. - it* lr p j) l h rip thii. gol I opens next w -,k. 11 t jays are getting lotgr. five fee ZI I" e. Mr. Ni, ys teel easy once more. sper.N Jury meets Monday 'r~i< throu;41 Wheni doctor is b.,;, needed ipretty like a l'hev a ed col-l W\dtcs(dyi:y and of a pr otos in P. I there - week was hlird on wood the -a piles. ill Irt,llIn,. is still a dem:and for a pert in Tallulah. volvin; ju,,.p went up to fifty cents a row or - Christmas weck. fi-e int c.a-e u _wgiHolmeas and Barnett Stone their I bywe for hulidAy's. those 1 ijme of the young men in- the sti Sin a stag dance Christmas and ge e sink. The snow storm of last Saturdiav plats followed by r:ia Sunday pight; iant aen imagine the r.-ul. erhnn ork on the Court lIHuse was in a ti d last week by a strike befort the colored carp(nters. drivil rain and snow together put wtier' -ids in frihtful condition, time. made Tallulah a mass ,,f mu...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 31 December 1887

HOW THEY FALL BEnHID. There is really no profit in recom mending the worth less, for the reae tiin in the minds of those who buy and are deceived is Ilteinterily against everytlhing sold by such a dealer. ence, the force of lhe f, ll0Wing voluntary let der, which is t,.1s I uI.,n Ithe c ,nseicontious con .1rtion fonred from the. I1,401g and cautious experience ofa Icaling drug house of Boston, reprpsents in clery line a nmost important and valled revelatiion: "nston, July 11, 18S7.-The Chiarles A. Výigeler Eo.-Gentle. men: Many pretasrntii are placed before the public, and for it tilie at least they have a large but temporary sale-large. because of the extensive advertising; temlnirary. as the suffering class suvo realize that the com pad Isrmerse h),t little merit. Not so with B bt. J Oil. Its suces Ihas bIeen constant from the start. and to-day we regard it as one "of those standard rr uies, that our trade consider as absolutely essential to always ary in their stexk. Persona...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 January 1888

SMADISON TIMES. D DEoVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH!! -iV.--NO. 50. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 188. TERMS---!.O0 PE YEAR. 4House Hunting. " m there ac tol' 1 iay, blf crying. "I really are n t Btmah longer. We shall have to range" chebae." "I en ia ie months," says Jack. "I lg. dIJm It it we seemed to better our- whlch I ea't wee that we do. It our "Ap Sdirty, the parlor is If the hot wa are not noisy, there i suare to laughln east door, or a vocalist or Prench I , $ street, or a church bell around "Oh, r something equally objectiona- excelle re it ls elean and quiet, we are a range What do ou say to a fatg 'I 4 lat I cry in borror."I saw old w at at Aunt Mary's. She had a "But lar which went-well, all day and trimp ; sad the gentleman above her faucet of comtig home in the small "Did a double shuffle ia his 'No ajable with servants. ad and lestor gets stouck, and the da- hot wi SO Jek, not a flt. whatever we have b nver, swr ead come down one of put...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 January 1888

, ADISON TIME S4bsbriFtion $2. . C. WEIGHTIAI, Editor & Prop. P. W. EIC=EET. - Publisher. SATURIDAY. JAN., 7, 1887. TERMX OF 8UBSCRIPTION. aR YEARs, - - - . $ 0( SZ tOXTr st, .. I 15 !Sass MO.TIa8 - 75 ember State Central Exeautive Com mittee. Joll B1. STo.s. District Executive Committee. J. B. STONE, of ,1alison, Ch'n. J. H. GILYOIL, of J. M. KEV.YvSE. of Ea.st Carroll. Itterel as Second C.onida mtltc.r tl tIhe . .~a Ofice at lihdluah, Lodsi4i"w,. A blue pencil mark at this rsara graph indicates that your subserip  tmi will expire in two weeks. 1 *A gblia pencil mark at this para, gIaph means that this is the last time I St paper wtil be sent to you unless ite subscription price is received be- I /eaf Hest issue. I The town of Houma, La., was a about half destroyed by fire last a week. r The TistE does not desire to :kep enmities alive, barn can't 'shat its eyes to the fact that they  ea alive, and rampant. An collision occurred on the t4 Clnolenatti Southern Railway last si...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 January 1888

DISON TIJIES C. WEIOHTMAN, Eglitor & Prop. W. . ICKEY, - - publisher. * SATURDAY. JAN 7, 1888, TBRMS OF SUBSCRIFTION. tt ran. - - - 00no g.-usZ MONTHS. - . 7 7.1 I? ,I FT. The west-bound passenger trains persistently late. Wednesday and Thursday, fires were unnecessary. They were Aii spring days. We have had a remarkably long -qell of rainy weather, and the geads are in a frightful condition. The Shreveport Times favors this office with an exceptionally Well gotten up carriers address, which ought to put the carrier in akids. The Talluiah young people had a New Yetar party last Monday , night, at tWe School House, and the way the ladies gallanted the boys around was a caution, The railroad company have built . new platform around the depot, Aida new walk between the tracks, L have issued orders to dig a u that will do away forever 0 the famous railroad lake. ' .Mr. Fred. C Baum, sends the TIMFs a remarkably neat New a Years greeting, in the shape of a d edge folder. It is presum...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 January 1888

A 3VNDKED TIAIUe A 3330. .ew Neth Warner Woe WiRi sad E- A come amous. witl Colonel Seth Warner, of Vermont, tor the famous hero of the Revolutionary A war, was a leading fighter for the boo Hampshire grants. Pie These titles were disputed by the -i te of New York, and its authorities mel d amned an edict of the King of Eng- Bos S",d in their favor. The settlers were p g ' by the supposed injustice. This pro -,ateof things brought Colonel Seth the lamernr to the front. With Ethan Allen l and others he actively opposed every hot oeort of the New York state author- cha ities to 5nforce possession, and finally Gh he, with Allen and others, were out lawed and a price put on their heads!l To circumvent New York, it was eia Spesssary that some one should go In- no to that state and gain required infor- ot S*ioa. Colonel Warner, assuming for afesty the name of "Dr. Howard," un- bu dertook this perilous and romantic ma While on his way home he stopped at I a oountry inn, where an old gentle...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 January 1888

. r ..-r O_. - ---- -U DILVOTA D TO B TIl A A U'DAAIY OF ] A[18.- PARTi- "- . 1'01',Lt NO. . " TALLULAH, MADISON PARJIi, LA4 SATURDAY , k ', /- t u . .S--,.oo PaE nIl N ETAHYSIOIANB LOE L1"TEB, Old saies dream'd, in lione. re.treat, Of visionary grwe.. That had no tangIble e,)llcrete, For secular embrace: Platon love l and abstraet tlisq S(Uninted to a world like tlhi). '15 waste the rapture of a ki'. In emlty space! ' he psychological idea Is like the ether. tine: lut I efer while I ait here Ani fmae les divine. Angelic soul in mortal moreulit, Whose love sbould g.row as we grew .l1., Till death round both hl. waing. eunfold, Such dream be mine: Bar shall we seek, my psychic friend (onljoin'd In sense and snIl), ; 'Those nacongruities to bllld In one cosmic wbhole se 6ly the philosophic mind. With nature's onr.iuance combine,l Coordinate ug till we find, The terthetle goal. DENBIA)IW' CURE. *Ef rd a knowe d that hen war blind I wouldn't ha' brnog it t1 ye," the speaker was a tal...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 January 1888

MADISTON TIMES L " 1. iter I Prop. ;. umIC z P. wiher. .SATURDAY..JAN., 14, 151. Ess * *" 1s2 - ageste s * * *rr/ " - . t IMS maw Nss (Cenral 'Exzmi ve Corn :Jon B. *rons. BlMslet Zekcstlve Oommnittee. J. J.Sroxs, ofMadison, Ch'n. .J..l. .GLPOIL, of " J.M. 1EUsKar. of last Carroll. Ji i1 ai , o(,eod 4Uaa V itler «t the Est ýl eset 2blUalah, Loiasia,nt. AIkw spm wi userk at thia para gaphq indistets tiet ,ter subecrip. fiUseam spire in two weeks. AM..e pcril uwk at this para. , qph wses t'tAies is MtAe last time 4a1,pperwdiU be wat to yo unlcse 154m agriptio, p sicei received be so casrr.. "A. OR DITDICT JUDGo . At the r~aUt of many persons of t land Mad lison arishese I have be -ee a cadidate for the oace of Judge rf " , delital District, subject to the i of Ue Nominating Convention. aI p my claims fr support upon ow. merit as a citisen and lawyer, n lived and practiced my pro la inhese two parishes fbr thirt . the people can have no dof. i detmeining as to my fltness dkee. If ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 January 1888

ADISON TIM- ES ---~ nI C. WI- ,*YiIf E"tor. Prat, ' IATL'IºT.'.1 JXN i:. !i,\ 320E8 OW SU:SCBIITION. 1 *yRAR. - - $2 (- ( pgs xonrn!. "" 1 . D1) 11 I' T. Tallulah needs ditchinur. Wait '1il1 the .Jud- 'r'uns up. Mrs. Frank Brown is horme on n visit. That drainage ditch has been dug. The King is dead ! Long live the King ! The roads are in a frightful con men. Several dwellIng houses are need ed in Tallulah. The Nieholls men in Madison look cheerful. The bad weather has greatly re tsrded levee work. The pilgrims are getting back st from Baton Rouge. Gt We have been having bad weath- Ar er eerr siace before (Cristmas. L Jacksnipe have been plenty of ~ ag Brushy Bayou thFs week. Jews from the Baton Rouge Cor. roetion was anxiously sought all a tr. week. Let us bear some of the inde- 1 pendent movement shriekers talk Ismssens. -Ae  oe eal is ued about Tallulah, army wiater, than there there was or a wlater before. a ,es are a great many more i Mibase in adison than there ea es a smeeth...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 January 1888

~btiatissue la Chare CthuIi. '$' e queer comblnaaons are met with  bureh choirs, bat few can boast so go an arrangement as that sport by a choir in a village church near 7 ew Haven. Conn. The soprano is a • th r handsome woman of some thir Sy summers, and is now wedded to her teead husbanL The gentleman thus bmnored plays tli,< organ. while hus 31' nd No.L. who was:. di',or'ed from the .s. .epano three vears au'o works the or a poump. With all this the musical erio are golo friends and praise the .ord na harmony. Connecticut long 4,e beeame renowne.l "as the l.ndl of S;teady habits." and its reputation ap dpiJ.ears to extend to its clhureh (:ioir3 ialed d=omrce courts, nt tha.t:ning the apparent incongruity iuvolvcd. '"' ,.% daveta Journal. , -Wsweemeliew and old ones unler new S.aImanwese hbeing constantly intr.dluced to Slthe pblic, but Dr. Bull' Cough .syrua! still ...thhe the lead r the cure of Coughs, f j dd, etc. 23 cents Lamt gs Ttnr:eL and Fenton Tunnel. 4Vd 14 and 12y...

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