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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 January 1888

SAD IN iMES -D}VOED ° '?E INT REST OF . ".V)'V.' ! l'. N UMBER I. TAALI , ,'T . ,[ .,-Aý1)J O PARISIH. LA... SAT\.iU,). '., * . II Fl A gret t;- itr rrag is er.ected winter onlI the itt c(oStt ef Nowwsy.v. wgyo' ce t '.., f"r "omne unknowr ' s, th.ese rui,:1se have cciut'rd . I DOn i laiute vas. the tw: gretat t4i Il"g wre ..:e. J in 1746  d %7·~ The c !-1-ier of '!:1 il b!i, v nt"oaani sak of t i 1:oc:i: i, LfD lws aiy ._ * - ef Mmane onti ti the jail to A which it h ' I .: b,.·It a Iran who wa+ p.'s _ 'a h, , : ', ,t -:i,\r; rs a'o. , uht ; i,, : - t sI s :'t " 14""(t ot the youthful by k ,Auoral tainie of th i mnite. ais the other fvt s qni3lJc of tli jail. Hate " rr, fer:' fn l: : f:t Wetc rn une t> w.il: :,Id., ::t<.t .itt. -utns of pin rct c-tI y oalt f t::Ch 1:i:: .1';t all.,wauce, i11 -lS t , v r.. tI; :i t t' an:ti from !tgi Wa.litil,'" . . 'l -.he o c incelrs will liqp each r ri.e $1,:310 it i tlh Arizona lu; delegat-t 41,000. C',:; eci-t:,rt Lee, of met Virg...

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 January 1888

MADISON TIMES A . WWIHTMAJ, d>itor & Prop. 7. w. 1 .95r . - t iqeor. J4AT.TAUM Y. JAN. 29, J*41. Tieasls O aIUB~aRIPTION. sWI YUAN, .- . * $2 00 ,rt uoMnI , - - - .- .I 25 .glt{ MosTrits - . - - - 76 Mleaber Sate Ceatral nExeca~veCote .ltue. Jou.r B. So.xl. Distriet xsecutiye Committee. J. B. So.xs, of Mauiion, Ch'n. J. H. (GlloInL, of " J. M. KEs.v Y. of East Carroll. . ~4d as ,yecorol G slars mrvItr at the -[?iQ O9lce at Tallulaho, Loiasioahwn. A blue peneil ark ,t tis para. ,prqpk mreans that thi is .le last time the paper will I(e sa,to.0 you unless 4As usbseriptioa pric.e is received be WV(neet is,,u. ANoIO .NCZ nNT. IOR DIESTa 'Vr J UDGE. ., p..e w.r0a u1aw 1./.r1 -M-, At the requost of nlany persons of phise sad M: fraon psri~hais, I have be pre a eanlidate for hlee ojtlce of Judge .oftbe Judicial District, subject to the estioaof utoe NoniatF Iing C'onveIntmion. I place my claip for support Up.,n "7 Mrs merit as a citizan andl lawyer, aadavingtlived aul practice...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 January 1888

C. WIGTBh op. V. IICIET, F; , 01 SATURDAY. .4, 8. -m S of sU: ?)N. TEAR. - -$2 00 *oSxTRAR. .- I 2i di T0a 5os. - 7 ar all in Clear weather at in by cre Get your plows ren i Walking will soon 1 ,,. . i cUll at the new saloon "The ter ," and tank up. it The friends ofCapt. Ilolme only ov, fair play. Nothing tour nei It is to be hoped that we ill fr se a long spell of good wcat r. e die .What has become of that pa y in 1 was to be given in the new the hatlouse ? ne is The Levee Board failed to have auil ,quorum last Monday and Tues. tax day, and adjourned to Monday tax -at. ell der The proposition to arbitrate the sitt r of w!ho was nominated for sa riffat the mass meeting, is tide a. ' d with thanks. Can't face the c, hl ? Wouldn't it he a pity if all the Jet gang that saw the Court House * and financeered so that it d be built, had to move out re they get comfortably settled? 01)4 tha The Executive Committe has not ea( succeeded in having a meeting. wo attempts have been made, but b...

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 January 1888

[L h,)t Sl li)G ulr. U e fwtvM norf 4 l S.\AYIGS OF 1I: F'I;NNiY WIIITl;Ill. Y 1t ;q V/. r -heginnin.t the , o. Yearr.- 'o,ler-Oinm Iat String 7't4 "--- I ft h lia I flol, l.hI e4Crase ( "' ---e didl not Look ait 1€ I;tc. di In S r ALPIAB F'T ATr. J1. ,4 t. U an (C1) in yJar drcss?," askdik I .Lieta.leoo t h'r ,of t!l," tranmp. e:JL , 1(. m*, mn," rp;lie.dl I1,'; "I drank 2 X 1 .' -I',',tr j Clr'uti'*. * li Ilnetor-Wull, perhtaps, Umr. Ed gihn thnm, .o' t n ,tt It.t\ t" n Ic ir 's:"' Mr-i. -Oh, no, suid; ',ept, ob Inira,. I It geti (114"IJ 't'r'n u l)rinkfls" au' sulltp'r, "l, " ' , ,". n,,ro IIs DIDN'T 1)OKr A T. t ". ~eLmale, wI lin will vyor sisitr I,," down' I'rn gag awfi'ully tired of I We'lIl 'be daiwn in ta.a miuiutes, 1 (W.ell, aI' going t,, tiu hl r I'r. ' go jigtJ k llth-, elrw n, i see hqw ,llu it k 1r&."' ' 1 "oT01t be mnail if it w . ,'t ruu afo rp in nId h) ý t'-k flr Juibnto b , idi.s ,,yu',d ,,p It bl,/', by . i - i nl' mu"nurn in n "our . r, t &iiOht,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 February 1888

I I MADISON _TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF MADISON PARISH. .UME V. NUIMBER 3,1. .TA'LLUI Ali, MAll)ISON PAIIIS, I 4. L.. SATIURDAY. FEI,RUAl '. 11II IS. .TE.,s ..o: p E •-Z=====---- N • eQ TON CHAT'. S sh,,,, a, --- l m d i - ----- A colm -IIylN .r AT UI RK NAT- bets of ( Sl A PIT.A I.. of Statis -('ommisa . Itw Makermr Are lie- illoveme glal 4.a.Iep Move. ated( wit el Presidrnl and Iaggrieve gý ('rlcluad. Summer The ' - tives ser OIGttESsoIN.,. ing agai petitions ail11 nltnlrialt having 1 the Senate m\,s on' (numer' the use front I'i.iit'. Ivania, asking º for hog of lnst a. to hir till Ita- tax oil. a; to pre.vent the landing in anti under cout it' t ; to dle'ar Denno p all foreigner, hlto owe Lots ort other Ipower or govern- drctsrd iO relllire twenty-one yeants affirs anyr imlimigrant 'atn hold tion to) Ie of trust or emolumelint. i nrt t frotii llt (., committee and Kearne't -liw. hi autho', rizing tlhe said tll bf a lbril,' a ro' the Mit - aid tio It lNattcitt. Thit rt....

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 February 1888

[MADISON TIMES 0. WEIGHTWAN, Editor & Prop. of T. W. HICKEY. - Publisher. at _"ISATURDAY. FEB., I, 1887. t1 Osx rosas, . .. - - t_ _O TRR _, * - _ - - - - 1 "2.1 TRasa MONTIES - - . - 7.5 i Member State Central Executive Con nittee. / JonH B1. Srox. t a District Execultive Committee. J. B. STONE, of Madwison, Ch'n. 1 J. IH. GuloriL, of " 1 J. M. KEsasY. of East Carroll. aterevd as Secsd Ctl Clmtter at the e Post Oltce at Tllulah, Louisiana. g A blue pencil mark at this para t graph means that this is the last time She paper will be sent to you unless th subscription price is received be [frse net issue. AJNOUNCEMIET. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Wt "f*t.b.r Sle h .sed S..e.e At the request of many persons of i this and Mi:lison pari.he,[ I have be acome a candidate for the office of .Julle of the Judicial District, subject t, the action of tiEe Nominating Convention. I place my claims for support uponi my own merit as a citizen and lawyer. L and having lived and practiced my pro febs...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 February 1888

IAPIS(N TIMF , I. WEIGHTIAN, Elitor & Prop -. HICKEY. - Publisher. in SATLURDAY. Feb 11, 1M8, th 1) IU I' T . The winter is over. The Ons1l r:in fell Tuesday night Clap-tr:tl =,,os flrther than logic. PI Court in: the new court room Monday. Eggs oublit to conlle down to fif teen cents a dozen. It will t:ake the roads about all summer to get goodl. t A club is a very good weapon, but a bom,:rang is dangerous. in The Clerk of the Court moved to into his new office this week. t The Parish Item has changed its c day of publication to Saturday. A There will be no hall given in ci the Court House, as a house warm er. 1, Almost everybody is willing to tut admit the necessity of ample drain age just about now. Miss RIo-a Beer left for her home P Nertchez, Mis,.. Thursday, after a I: brief visit to her aunt, Mrs. Beer. ti Mr. J. M. Johnson, the agent of R the V., S. & P. R. R., is so pleased ci with Tallulah that he has brought n his wife here. They are boarding tL at Mrs. Spencer's....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 February 1888

ER'S BUDGET. boar ND IN THE PAPERS acl SMILE OVER. half fast; puabands-They had "WI -Public Opinion- in of Love--On Thorns y, Etc., eCth Ai wsalwro. you Mr. Hardup, "I'm all -1 ven't had a square night's 8e matter Aren't yo0 Am I'm well enough; but this Y house after the land b. . nd skating don far. she . up in the morning. ng Co a man. I can't Sloger. I guess I'll have Om C OPLNON. T ndwho has j.zst return- will )-Did you s. e a, :tody on your wry u towU, th, Shi. I saw Brown. IHe said I thinner than when I went wat whl else? bet ...es met Robinson. He the amount of flesh I had Sy trip must have done me UMnSNCD IT. l} ,ung man, who lives in recently visited a friend She asked about his inquired if she raised a Vt poultry this year. The wit siatched his head in per- I *63 repliedl: Jet 'sa'am. She planted a s the chickens secrtcbed it (ii Sh sAas3I) ant MIND. Sh Cbarley 1" i I do." my wife gave me for a da . thi to think of it, Tom, I guesa to smoking to-day."-Boe mu tile aaosxtc. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 February 1888

SMADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF MADISON PARISH. *_ ,.. VOLUME V. NUMBER 4. TALLULAII, M.AI)SON PARISI',t LA., SATIRI)AY, FEBRUARY 1s, I,88. TElMS: $.00 IPER YEAR. PEACE. and wild waves in headlong huge com ,· potion - a, dark with temyest, o'wr the Atlantic's S~hWlMmOMdrlesth, few fathoms deep in ocean, Lie peace and rest. lrmass in midair, the rack before thsm ,i i hiss, like furies hate-possesed; mhilover all white cloudlets pure are sleep lag In peace and rest. eart, 0 wild heart! why in the storm-world raging a Itt thou thus m dway, passio's lave and When pl1 so near above; below ubehanging, Are heaven and reat --al W. vllis. "rI'E ONAXTION PARTY. BI nILEN FORREST O(IAEg. "Arc yeua'l right, Matildar" laid Mr. Perkins, casting a fiale, conprehensive alUce around him, as he put one foot on ( plfPotcep And gathered up the reins lto his left hand, "Y-yes, I believte so," answered his wife. "Is the big loaf of election cake in?" -","Tye." "And the sto e jug of maple molass...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 February 1888

MADISON TIMIES . C. W GOTMAW, Editor & Prep. P. W. HICgF. Publisher. LATURDAY. FEB., 18, 1887. TnRMl O0 SUBSCRIPTION. *e TEAR, .- - ....... 00 ma oeraser, - ...... . 1 2. VaISs UOYts * - .7. met ate Osentral ZecateeCom mittee. Jonr B. 8Tos.L Distrlct xCeentive Committee. J. B. Stros, ofSMadison, Ch'n. J. H. GILroIL, of " J. M. Ks.N!rur. of East Carroll. . ltered as Second Class terelter at the Jplst QOAs at TItletah, Lo isianun. A bias pencil mark at this parac graph meast that this is the last time the paper will be seat to you unless Ahe subscriptios price is received be firs sezt issue. AIOuIICEMEIT. FOR DISTRIC f JUDGE. *. f.sbe..br* dudlad ma rrw At the request of many persons of this sad Ma lison parishes, I have I,.: eome a candidate for the ollieo .f. uldge of th Judicial District, subjec-t to the action of te a Nominating (,onventson. I place my claims for support upon my own merit as a citisen and lawyer, sad having lived and practiced my pro easios l these two parish...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 February 1888

IlLWgTIAfb . Elitor & Prop ,,NICgCET' . - Publisher. t - UgTURDAY. Fb 1S, 18P8, b gV _!3 OEI DIE8IPARIH-. LI n HAVING receivedl the majority of n lrota cast at the mass meeting on p h3 r 14, 1 17. for the otfice of 4 I presented my case to the L~E setive Committee. and ask- | iabody to take action on thermat- at *I proposed to them that Mr. Mc. tl and myself Shoulld each select u s3epesentatives the six so select Stseboo" a seventh, and the seven poe" a comonttee to dlecide who o tgi legal nominee of the mass I clainmeld-uand still claim iyh nommination of Mr. Mec ;ellan n dlsined by the casting-for him- a lsmabor of illegal votes and that if lmvotes were thrown touit as they it be, I received a majority of the cdlg east, and was therefore, the noni- 1 . of the mass nmeeting. I offered to beire the Arbitration Committee t Sparve those allegations, with the i., g1pgsanding that if I ma le good t o assertiuns, Mr. M[cChellan was to it dilraw, and failin '.. io so, I wol:d ii tla...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 February 1888

THE JOKER'S BUDGET. WHAT THE lUrMOROUS WRIT. :lts liAVE TO SAY. :ctween the Kisses-A Startling ('hange -. Modest Request-The Sage l'narmer, Etc., Etc. HE OBJECTED. .Tustie-Ninty days. See that the fellow gets a Ilith. Prisone.r All right, Judge. I don't mind the' washing, only so I ain't ironed Jaterward. CURVED. Sterie, a bright four-year-old, had been told that he must not wsk for any thing to eat when visiting the neigh. bores. Soon after, at the house of a dis tant relative, where he invariably found something to eat, he hung around with a wistful sort of look, until finally he broke out: "Aunt Jane, I'm awful thirsty." "Are you ?" "Yes. I am so thirsty I could eat a doughnut. "-Boston Globe. A FIND. "Bub, did you find a quarter here 1" 'bhe asked of a little chap leaning against a lamp lost at the I'ost Office corner. "Naw! ])id you drop one I" "I think I di." "Well, you orter know I didn't find it. If I hadl I'd have been a mile off by this time. Us boys never take chances 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. — 10 March 1888

MADISON TIMES. ----------'-- "" - .... --1~--r: ------~=-- DEVOTED TO THE ST OF MADISON PARISH. OLLIME V. NUMBER 7. TALLULAII, MAISNPA Si.-I, LA." SATRI)AY MARCH" l . TERMS: .o PER YE OLUME~ V. NUMBER 7 ALLIMIIO.I'IfSI ,. .TIR)Y ACII) 8s. TI"II~s : $2.0t) PEI .:~( OWNERSHIP. It Boggs, of nog-y Bruook the rounty fair, his wife h: stroluld around I wonder.s there. " he said, (;ray EaRgle Wing, o the highe-t Jr'zP: it Dobbin looks n. well cl to my eye. n w, what folks call slow; afest Hay t, an: si perhaps. ni ght thunk it strange, a not 1:k, to cha;nge. , fat oren. te-,k an I Bright. hivesolarg' a gi:'', like the tn. jult to a hi r, w what they'.n worth,. t to plo:rh:, and gnod to dra e pullers never sw. i s mind my 'ieo an I ' haw.' I perhaps. uight think it strange, ,lh 't welnt t change." Dsvon bifer co t, I he-rl. , ddtars." "ow. ioggs, 'm" u ('rumple 117 } good a coi: sure 's the very It, t. Is thee yelowest: perhtrus, might think it strange, I - hn't want a ,mhang'.,."  n ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 March 1888

f ADIi ON TIMES 2. C. WEIGHTIAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - Publisher. BATUtRDAY. March, 10, 1.$S7. Membee State Central Executive Cons tlittee. Jolns II. .roSg. District Executive Coammiattee. J. B. STONE, of Mali.sonm, Ch'n. J. II. (G(I.voit, of " J. M. KISNuElr., of IEast Carroll. K eC,t,(s d a'. ,Hev+.r tl (tAsxx r,,'r?. it the Poxt Ofice at Tulltah/t, Lt4.tu,,,in. Mass Lo,uisa M. Alcott, died in Boston Tuesday iorning. The Emperor \Villi:un of Ccr many did Thursdaly afternoon. Col. Win. M. Burwell of New -Orleans died in Virginia, March 4. The celebrated Hamilton case is being tried at Brandon, Miss.. The denmocratio eamlaign hat opened. There will bho speaking .at Tallulah, Monday, March 19. And now the East Carroll Dem. ,crat looms up in admiration of the Madison district delegates. - Was it not that same crowd that was denouncing Judge l)clony fior being an independeut. The Times acts on the iprinciple .that its King can do no wrong. Item. No t The TtrE.s acknowledge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 March 1888

DISON r131J> -- 3 wIGHTIAN. Editor & Prop., E . .glCKEBY. - Publisher. S- ATL'RDAY. Marchl 10. 15', DRlIFT. i'i' D ]F T "I' * Ice formed l.ast TruesIy niht. Thepeep of chickens can now be board. As usual this time of year, every tbdy is about out of fuel. Only 162 votes were pulled at s go-called primaries. This is tagooxd showing. r. A. R. Nicl has leased his S-ry stable to lCharley Brown of -_lliken's Bend. The subscription of all the orig s.Isubecribers to the TI.E[s ex SMarch 1st, and renewals are ýSw in order. The Court IIou-e has been ac Septedby the Building Committee, *am the contractors and by the wish from the Building Commit age THEY SAY That Spring is a long time conm F. That Robbins are not as thick as y were. That McClellan had it all his n" way at the primaries. That theclaim that they couldn't _.acopy of that list, was "atrick." That the "pure lounocerats" are danmming "the niggers" for all SIey are worth. That the circular of the Madison ddlegation to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 March 1888

THE JOKER'S BUDGET. KIUMOROUS STORIES TOLD BY FUNNY MEN OF THE DAY. A Leeson in Etiquette-The End War's Havocn -How He Acted- Climate and Weather, Etc., Etc. RECKLESS. rs. Eastyn (to hl'r dearest friend) Aurelia, my husband proposed to three times before I accepted him. e D. F.-You always were a reck girl, Josephine.-Pu'rk. AN ILLUSTRATION. IAttleDick-Mamma, where is the end Sld the earth? Omaha Mamma-Why, Dick, the arth is just like your ball, and it goes turning 'round and 'round in the air. Do you understand: Tea, mm." "Well, let'see if you do. Now, where is the end of the earth?" ,"Where the cover's sewed on." WHY SHE BAT DOWN. This morning a young lady was pass ing a residence on whose stops was a young man and in front of which was a do . In a flash her foot went out from her and she went down on the lay walk. The dog in a playful mood rushed to her assistance, while the man, not at all emlbarrassed, :"Did you fall!" " Well I should think I had," said the young lady, rising an...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 April 1888

MADISON TIMES. 2 --.. .-- * L .. . . .. . . ... . ... . . DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF MADISON PARBiUL S trlE V. NUIMBER II. TALILAH, A U lis( PA.RI)A PR YEAR. ,; I,,, . lr-s ol cht'Sel an4? CAPITOL GOSSIP. sces ilergyn - the sup Irs DOINCS OF A WEEK AT OUR differet, NATIONAL CAPITOL. was a SIhere v the art _ prtment OhatC-Oonlressionali and qui N.ews-Movements ofOur and af National Law Makers. rlerk ol -red an .-, , '.(iRt:sso( A. Iig thi ',I the Senate. Mr. Blair called up the to recei qujesion of the setuond reading of the ing olfi bill int.od"eu d by him some time "iuce order, to give preference to disabledl Coafede- hall of ratesoliers as between men who had attend ean disloyal. in aplepintments to civil Theret -ace. Mr. Riddleberger said that he headed could not see the force of the objections arms. made to the bill. Mr. Edmunds opposed retary the second reading of the bill, and re- second marked that in most, parliamentary hall 01 bodies in civilized countries, the The be rlie...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 April 1888

MADISON 'T'IM ES R. C. WEIHTMXAN, Editor & Prop. .. P. W. HICKEY, - Publisher. SATURI'AY, APRIL 7, i7. Member State Central Executive Coin. imittee. Joins . ,ruxN. blstilet Rxecutive Com,,mittee. J. B. STONE, ofMadi.-rn, Ch'i. J. H. U(I.FVIo., of " J. M. KENNEDY. of East Carroll. natered as NSe," ii (V.Tawx wilnle," tt tM, Post Office at '1Telittltl. Lewitiuae. TEBax OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oea r.as, ....... 12 00 siE NO"loIu, ......- I 20 s MONTHS. ....- - - 7.. TE TICIE T. For Governor, FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS. Lieutenant Governor, JAMES JEFFRIES, of Rapides. Auditor, O. B. STEELE, of Union. Treasurer, W. H. PIPES, East Feliciana. Attorney-General, WALTER H. ROGERS of Orleans. Secretary of State, L. B. MASON, of Concordia, 8up't of Public Education, JOSEPH BREAUX, of Iberia. They have a vigilance commit Stoe in Terreboune parish. The president will sign the River add Harbor bill this time. It is a presidential election year, and he don't dare to shirk it. The matterof Hawkins and Johb n...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 April 1888

ISON TIrTES P n , W3GITA , Editer & prop. ti . gIC1ZY, - - Publisher. t S0tTBDAY. APRIL 7, I88, sa S DR IF, T. tI l olice Jury meets Monliday. ! acob Sharpe died in New York ,1 y night. 6ev. Hill has not cenclullod to t be a candidate i1or the pres.i SI. Geo. T. Trezevant left f,;r ti Thursday, on a trip for his " Item don't know who corn- i the "'old ;uard." Probably ti the Item is first class on "don 't the Tis supported McEnry t Governor when he was seekine t office, but don t feel hound to rse every demoralizing doc- I advocated by Lhii. Duing the abnence ,f l)r. (;e. o. Trezevuitt, Pl r' 'iº i t ' :: r'e A.T.Lane ;il a1tt-iai : . * of the Tr'::l urt :, li , 1, been appoui ted Dejutv r. '1" 'iremained for the Item (Tal ), trusting to it- O .' urit v. to, forth alone, a.:n d(nIl :1 - 's speech. or att( tiij t-, d, - it, for it failed to m.lcnti(n tl,. giveu by th- Go ;vrnr to d the law until the cdan.; r ." Does the Item a r scheme ? uun, LA.. pri: 3th : Times : i retiring f...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 April 1888

7 LOOKED INTO THINI EYES. Io ls I g d into thine eyes, they gave no signa d sat aast-red to my love save tender light; b And yet I know they lame and gleam to mine r With secret lire. as dawn looks back at night' TIes fair disguised, m' sweetheart, look at , me! wseet visies lead ume as I watch by the . Ie wateed thy seft s.lawsd Ilps, they gave no I ig Y f love, save glow as rapturouns as the rose; asd vet I know thy sighs breathe back to mms As Sewer unto the son in fragrance blows' Tsb fair dliagotset. my sweetheart, sigh to mse. Soft rsdIeee lures me as I watch by thee-. I edpeQd thy qunet hand, it gave no sign Of lore, save gentle pressure of sweet will; Mad yet I know its pulse throbs unto mine SIna riot of thy h"art's responsive thrill' Os far diasguised, my love, hold hands with ne. My life now quickens as I watch by the'. .neacealhn eyes, love hides your light close in. Cft she red lips. ynn're full with fragrant sighs. 1 quitd hands. loves fever burns within Your gentle t...

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