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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 April 1888

• MADISON. TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF MADISON PARISH. VOLUME V. NUMBER 13. TALLULAII, MADISON PARISHII, LA., SAT!,,RI:AY, APRIL 21, I~$8. 'TEMs: 2.0P 1li YI'.\ I. am-- == --!urmI lm SU Il! I  THE WHITE HOUSE. sAT T.E I'. ". FFIf('l l. AlRE ýIYIs run','- The. I'r,.Midet,'" .eme.s. S(e.Mleti red Ilill lfr lureau An. ge lt,,da-e*)r Laid A-ide-Diirect Tatx 1i11 ('uau.s4' a lea:ld hil.-k Frra.dmmn' Dak IMI1 Uc,,,'uSer S IthLyV Amend S COiNG l:!.- lMI.NAL,. Thde Senate la'-al a iiuniiili of hills, ain Howe Iill tl purchaeli the s of t; nI. .l. h'. -shiid.; for the - on of it l tlll. o lthe o liu r of Joseph \1 alitl n. who te11 at llin ker Sfor a pul ..c i,:i lirin at iTaltlah - '-Fla., alppri '.fti. th 'T73.tll); f.r a la.lic buildhing- t Ihir'inghani. Ala., -ropriati I $:i.tt il; I:app i prliating ,t000 for a uoIutntiicut tio Ihrtg. -uen. illiam Lee l)avthdoin. ~%lii, fiell in the tie of ('owanti' Ftrl, N. 0., in Febro , 171l; lhiue bill authoriihing, the rt'rctioni of...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 April 1888

MADISON 'rIMnES se . C. WmIOiTMAt. Editor & Prop. bI of 1. W. IICS, . Pablisher. m tr nATMtDI&' 'APRIL 21, 1887. Nemirs blSe Cment raI ecutIve C ti -t, ., attsee. t Jess B. Mros. L ,t*et'xt"zcettlve Committee. cl 3. B. STon, of Madison, Ch'n. i J. H. ~r~ oL, of " . J. M. KImxn DY. of East Carroll. '' 5 bs • ption $2. saterl hk'Recoid Claau matter at the Poet O~gc at ;TalUuaA, Louisiana. ,OWN TEAl, - - $200 ass xoruess ,' -- - 1 25 weais 5o041.- . .- . . - 76 c .. .3ICST. For Governor, FRANCIa T. NICHOLLS. Lieutenast (orvernpr, JAMES JEFFRIES, of Rapides. ,..Apditor, O. B.. ISELE, pf Union. Treasurer, L W. H. PIPES, East Feliciana. Attorncy-Geleral, WALTERt . ROG ERS of Orleans. Secretary of State, L. B. 'MASON, of Concordia, Supt' of Public Education, JOSEPH BREAUX. of Iberia. Roc Cooklihg died in New I ork on .Wedneiday morning. "ung democracy in New uted the ring all along Ith line. , It waq.ieported just before the a :lectiostlo t'.Cpt. Holmes intend to import a lot o...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 April 1888

ISON TIMS oWrMAJr , EBitor & Prop. SE m y, . - Publisher. Or SUBSCRXP'ION. . . . -l $200 DgA Y.Y APRIL 21, 1888. DRIFT. S --was in town again Ebu. Annie Brown is visiting her ,Mrs Trezevant. at Carrolwiil get badly left time, and nobody will mourn ar it. ?Me jury in thc came of HIamilton *trial for the murder of Gain returned a verdict of not ty. A. J. J. Owens the colored er e Tallulah school died his home near Floyd, La, last r y. A railroad company that can e its road for over $30. per mile ought not to object to assessment of $10.000 a mile. lThe V., S. & P., has erected a pen at Tallulah, but in spite that the next Police Jury ought store their assessment to $10. per mile. And now the aspirants for office ausessor, are making life miser for the powers that be by the e of their claims, and is brewing. Local Mall. lom Ashwood, New Carthage and Cape, arrives Mondays, Wed "ad.Flridays, at 11:.30 a.m., and at 10 p.m.of same days. to Milhkens Bend daily. Leaves at 9:30 a. am....

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 April 1888

HOPE. Ah, me! what battles I have fought! I would I knew the rune that lays The swarmmg shades of weary days, .That take lie lonely house of thought! A restless rabble nnsubdued; A wild and haggard multidude; Distorted shapes that spring from tears, And torments born of wedded fears. Sometimes amid the changing rout, A rainbowed figure glides about, And from her brightness, like the day, The whimpling shadows slink away. I know that lyre of seven strings, The seven colors of her winge; The seven blossoums of her crown There violets twine for amethyst; '8 Small lilies white as silkweed down, Those myrtle sprays her locks have kissed, And pansies that are beryl-blueq And varied roses rich of hue, With iridescent dewy eyes Of buds that bloom in Paradise, Come often, thou eternal child! Now string thy lyre and sing to me. Thy voice ecstatic, fresh and wild, Enthralls each dark-brewed fantasy. Peyond the walls she Lids me peer 'lo see a future dim and dear; ?weet faces shining through th...

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 May 1888

MADISO(N TIMES. ,.{II - I . • ,', DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF MADISON PARISH. IME V. NUMBER 15. TALA, MAI)ISON PARISH. LA., SATURDAY, MAY 1, I8. TERMS: 2. PEIR Y EAR .... . - - m m m i I minim lma mmli • n a o''T A.s I WILL. a.ifolded andl alono I stand, ti unknow I thresholds on each hand, ¢s darkness deepens as I grope, uaid to fear, afraid to hope; .-e- this one thing I learn to know iach day m'ore surely as I go, 9st doors are opened, ways are made, $adene art liftehI or are laid, .ays ome great law unseen and still, gsfathomed Iurpose to fulfill, "Nt as I will." SJlndfolded and alone I wait; rnse seems too Litter, gain too late; Too heavy burdens in the luad, had too few helpers on the road; And joy is weak and grief is strong, And year- and days no long, so long! Yet this one thing I learn to know Each day more surely as I go, That I ant glad the good and ill By changeless law are ordered still "Not as I 1fll." "Not as I will''-the sound grows sweet Each time my lips the word...

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 May 1888

MADISON TIMES L C. WIGOHTMAN., Mditor & Prop. .1 P. W. HICKEY. - Publisher. 3' FATURI)AY. 31AY 56, 1. th alrede as .P,',,old ('Ax u,,tle.,; t the 1tit, Oeice at T'nlthth, Lo,uis,ntta. D I I T. re More rain is neelded. l. Schools close this month. at The lower river is falling all re along, n A welcome rain visited Tallulih Thursday night. Cool nights and mornings in the ti1 Searly part of the week. Captain Holmes has been cut- o' ting oats this week. al The election is over and the cry for peace is heard through the land. The ice season will open shortly, al when long toddies will be in order. t( Missme Florence and Lizzie Bris- N coe are visiting friends in Vicks- it burg. 'a Mrs. Allnutt returned from hot I Springs, Thursday, very much inm- 1i proved by her visit. It looks now as though Mr. et land is dead sure of the dem da, nomination. It's a pity. - s. Lucy 8eale of Delta, who been visiting friends here, left for her home Monday. Mr. R. B. Brown received a tel- t a.m hlast...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 May 1888

ADISON TIMES 1 gQ wIggTlAN, Editor & Prop. i 10 a 1887 W. aICgE, - Publisher. in I TURDAY. M'Y 5, 188. M k n' NOTICE! 1 All parties buying property at N I Ssale, will be required to pay tan on the spot, or the propler will be re-offered for sale im tely. H. B. Hol.MES, Sheriff. n, I teTax Sales YABLE PROPERTY, he State of Louisiana, vs. De- i7" linquent Tax Debtors, Par- i ish of Madison. District of bet Lands North of Red River. cS Y VIRTUEOFTHE AUTHORITY vested in me by the Constitution tit laws of the State of Louisiana, I the 11 sell at the principal front door of the eourthouse, i, which the Civil Ilis- 8 -it. Court of said parish is held, with- ths ab tLe legal hours for judicial sales be- 1r la~ing at eleven o'clock a.m., on 8at- la uuiay, the the bi Day of Ju, A. D., 181, eontinuingon each succeedin day, 24 til said sales are conpleted, all im- 121 able property on which taxes are Ta wdu to the State of Louisiana, Par ', Madison to enforce collection of assessed in the ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 5 May 1888

T& J KERI'S BUDGET. d4 LATEST GOOD THIOI 8SAID .BY THE HUMOROUS MEN. I-. Her Foolin'-A Leap Year Story It Was Returned-Mr. Perkins Left--Why She Formed It-He Still Had Hope. Etc., Etc. TaE ONLY NEMABE. "I sgo, Bobby,"whispered Featherly, 4 r& your sister Clara seemed pleased when she learned that I intended to call last night?" "I didn't notice," said Bobby. "Didn't you hear her my anything at all?" "Let-me--see," mused Bobby. "The only thing I heard her say was she told ma she mnsn't forget to set the Block half an hour fast." jJill, Na rie vrTIM Squire Oatcake (of Podunk)-See here, I don't think you hotel folks are trtatin' me half right. Matel Clake-Why, what's the matter nowt Oatsake-Didn't I sign my name good an' big on your register when I eame here! S jerk-Yas. Oatcake-An' didn't I tell ye Iwas a juastee o' the peace in Wayba County? Sclrk-Yes. Oatcake-Then why in thunder haven' some o' your New York papers said somethin' about my comin' ? We allus do that when your f...

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 May 1888

MADIS N TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF MADISON PARISH. VOLUMIE V. NUMiIBER 16. 'I'TLlIIAII, MADISO(N 1PARIsIH, LA., SATURI)AY, MAY 12, Isss. T"1S : $2.00i -. . I .... ... _ .._. __ pIwQmVe P ( WI t DDIt Vr R.1 T l iUm I "IVE) TllS WILL .PASS; A WA.Y." Of all the proverbs qnaint and sweet, That burdened souls so gently greet, As IsqW wise voice from ancient clay. none in whose belief rn heart finds such sweet relief Even this will pass away" weary hands from early dawn gtheuing evre must labor on. know not surcease day by day; gladly comis the sweet refrain, aehoes o'er and ,r again, even this, will pass away," burdea that are hard to bear sink the sounl in black despair, whitening lips rcfuss to pray; 'a lovely face e'en then will glow, sweet her voice that whispers loW, t even this will pass away." h to earth and dust to dust our hea't's best trust, in anguish turn away; p less bitter seems, its dregs the bright truth Al will pass away. ! With grief profound e the new-made moun...

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 May 1888

s. C. WIIGBTXa&. Editor & Prop. P. W. . ICZlt, - pblisher. A"TLUI PY. 11.1AY 12. ;3. r e*'l as rIe n i1 t la (' lkr r mller / li" t int"r. a i':13 si, t on coiunliy v .llr, six , ,inann size. if. T'allul:'h, l.:º. .Legi. ,4aeeLt Tllhurley. ,rnm .hOw t lhii- ,hn't lite. e Imore rain would n)ot hurt ssc4ssr is still I pas Ced red democracy aif C sthis is the onl) dthere can be no tf the Advanceor . (there are sev. d the TINEs i not the genealogy of 10 i), is a candli. missioner of I mr. d if he stanllds prepaed &urpension of the law ly fill the bill for that SIt will be uecessary for the f'rdAhi sitinaxtoreprea, LethaL there is abso in this state, that a Iouvicions will be that heo will meet in the expres views. It is 1 *editor of I CEbery S r sen -s fully te SanI THE V., S. & P. R. R. , The st::emer c ::son has opcned, and the old V. 8. & P., runs right along in thie same old grocve. The sance oled rattle-tral, read-bed that rop. shakes the false teeth out of e...

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