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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 July 1884

TF• ;)Y, .11 LY 2" Y , I,-2" . I Clv 1 _ T1 ' '* are ( "prate. Suchl 1.1. I* i er is til with us. Le Nxrrow 1 quSte il.; reports are favorable. t ought to have a d g tax. D. 1Proe 4J1mC3 A. Sna is muprov-" Pcr pariah ought to have its crs. ridge. D. Beer left for Hot lSpring tl:3 day.c croft re was a good soaking rain nac areday. te has become of klack water an: on? nize stock law as iliustrated here T!e rlesque. ii e nctice for bids for bridges the -cr column. per STallulh P. O. is supplied , ostal Notes. cr,: speclal levee tax will not be y felt by anyone. an{ want to bid on the bridges a, have to hurry up. 'i my is the first ingredient i pc tsinmcnt of succes. of to Congrcsrrm-n King for' c speeches on the tariff:. 1 one shot Mr. Eter's dog it tight. Incorporate. W ey order departncrnt of, ctl ofico is in full blast. f : ans and specificati ns for i ean be found at this ofllcc. an s gover~ing snuccess in an apply to the affairs of the wl · Ipr on the levees now, w w spent oin...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 July 1884

BONNY MARY 3BOOM. 0 bonnyr Mry Broao, Yet's like a day in June The sunshine o' yer ee, Tbhe music o' your tontue See artless, fresh and young. Mak's rimmer aye tae me An' projects ang aree. 1 Dare ou for the lave. There's oel upon the wave When thy sweet smile I see. My queenly Mary Broon. I hue nsa itber croon But love tae ofer moo; Had I sue. Bowden barred. Wi' earth's best Jewels starred. i'd set it on your broo. Y, darlin. Mary Broou. 'Twil aye be simmer noon Within your presence fair, An' us what'er betide, I'll nestle by your side. An' smile at the warrl care. -WILIAMx LvLs. MILIMpSlS OF HARlMC LIFL. Mew Gemse Wmies is Laved and Petted Ih Pharaeu's Old Land. Gen. Loring's New Beok. The ladies constituting the families of the late khedive, Ishmail Pasha, and of his numerous son, are, in many respects, an exception to a general rule in their accomplishments, education and man ners. While they have, in many res pects, European customs sand habits, yet these are modified by restra...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 August 1884

-' a  n gn n aII 11 n. u- Ii l 1 11. n n I• nl l I I • n __I I i .I 1 _1 1 |1 I i i i i i i 1 1 I i I i i i a g g I| g i i i a I I I I I I I I g 1 1 1 1 1 m i l . . . . II '7, r . . i . PA IH* , 14i#gb Dr/ . .. i J M o sw A I'& IOWN4 UI AY, &Uh f l, 1 . Is 4 ,9 , , I ?i* '0 TALLVILAH M I8 ON P. 19I., AY, AUGUST , "'TEh: ... PER YEAR. ,ta gil a' e '; . J * "' i i VT... .f * I - S-.in, a atMR\~, d tin u Sees off W oII -.. outh-eabbern Ruia, Mr. "s elct, a w s .r bea ndnysy .ars '. ha'lthe esarrant we if b b l thi wl be inte know tat d-- to efore is tremendouu. I monks o . Bernard, a Iao, food the monksteaching adrildreual, dur. i by ao meane _ il ofuth-e tern Roseo, rL sit uinumrawi nh A -f u ,Es: e de a oNe m s now~dRu ow his lifed ioeri--It, ' itdic or Vi wp, ae stg blas e wbout t Stone wbot l msikl 8 Be r11r , a r fond he .techqin il be intr .ao know that is appli to this r it inint hi,, a qo fofnd the monkarteachin ats as oeml u 1and'1 bi a~Igweut p its *,.s*' "T s 48e ...

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

1. C. WRIOHTA&J, itor & 'r~p. I bh Temali . . . ~t PER YEAR. g ATURDAY. AUGUST 2.- o Nember ewem cow" fra eC3vC OM. * JsOA aBsrow. w1 aa seuive ioemittee. it i. B.v0on5, d(Madison, Ch'n. tic J. H. ihL OSlL, of " w J. a. snry, ofd at Carroll. O 41. A. Rw wArWnou, G. T. TamuavAr, ,. c. Wa.Ta. GUs. . l. mo. Jona 60. X*wu. Lm AdwaeUlr tatIateu. m Am, 'tT3 Ma oi sWO ox ITN TTS h PAPER MN'8o BE OTS0,JD METAL Advrtidaun rates. oa inch or lee, A$,t InM imina. 0 er.ata~ per inch eik se s~t ae sertive n irtio. p Lgal nots is me so above. 1n wo 1 tb s ta, Lcal motiees 1o nlte per line. MnrtasEe reed death nostics free. ai ObAar~ moties $1 per inch or 10 r.rests per lives eoe eansd oa ae nlach or leas $1 oPrir htbieed o sad for, . . Lrie-, bo a1tr o sp ýiý Amy ofnatietr fur publiction *ust reach this oece not later th by b ThmIulnp"' saMn. A oareo ifrat nof o whatever e ter ehdmi be addresad to TIm, Tal- q Idabl. parishb of a era, La. l- An da1 taMo p abit b titi~., hat to aons 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. — 2 August 1884

4 IEAISON 'III ES TU. D zI, \Y, Au T -. A I teik cool the air. . S p4cw d"+cilirig h"u-sjcj ims rtauily growing. '_.' ..walks are wanted. ý.ýilulive'lctw een--traine. SfC c t ugi'Y mieet.s Mon iay Th ctea being worked on. How lYoyý"fike the new pia.:. walk? .. " . b)own with te ýrice of house The crzurio: has i.,een . Buy your d. . 1t time .;f dry wn-c hr.rpiepare beAh . .W ..., a , . S cl p _ i. t* 'a i.f :.ls i'hv .ttr ,;ift: g. Sras. James A. Stone continue~ Sstsdhiy iroprvc. is no question but that 7 oaid bc a")l," SDon't you know that tae. tow:. ' h to !e incorprczi.t: .1 ' * yvdlae ,nl D I. mL Rit .chl' are i"ncort~" ated. hle tatR i3 m1. L. hto.w.! . h-'m) W 1 Cs • )-'. t• :1 O un "1fkili :'.-1:2' l rr-;t.e ca t.r caua,befre acnlcutipjLg gJL;s %afn*pr,4wo days jit gIt'ns"a good showcr m.ure 1tr to got plenty S.Mher from~h,'red bugs. Darrow is'sao eriously iti it isfeared the will not re t has been hinted around this I t:.t thicr is tb' b'a,d Ex S tht .a promismt th...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 August 1884

Tri WALLA rPAPr cIIATI9'. ** Pieoa mr ~ee 'e-, eoep Old S Dees one l she awaehe. N. T. n. JIrvL mmer a gentleman hal ooca oto paper a t into which he movnd ln the fall. Among the various designs, tado tb pn, + of oter i pater da s d ea !tu the ancy do all his lende who came to the fat. Undtonately, the walls of the aew building were not quite dry enough when the paper was put on, and after a while several defects became apparent. TdeMled about a brtpiht ag a h paper of thoe es de sigaplned over the defective places. He wet to the ftory fromn which he had bought the paper and asked for a w rlls of it. Theytold him they had no me of it in stock. He askedthem when they would have it in stock again. "Oh, we won't have it ina tock again," was the reply. "We manufaeture only enough fr the one season. You see whatever is It over has to be destroyed. That% the role of our combination." "It mastbe quite an ezteadve combin It eteive wa the reply. "It embmes all the manfhacturer in the co...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 August 1884

S . MADISON TIMES. j. •---~ -- DEVO'rD 'lO THE WEXLFA OF MADI8ON PARIBH. O. L NO. S6. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURbAY, AUGUST 9, 1884, TRS: $2.00 PER MMR. SWILPT U M W ANeMW.. Ibi S.. , i " .. " mi r, i A N m ; bsw e'm am*ad al , P"le awlr . o dasb pieep Iatale s b t fo a imen eeta tht wideb t dasa l,.- d I - pae bNed . ,imHyw.. te - bwe t, q thel a p, dr! a tHe was a tePr, st . hif a sathoy tl'iure " osly , o t - a iliM a .-rsi los ena bo nk" ate P meadt, boepht fo ' twshlaibers,!,- . . - . whca! mya ,in ý t mify I Mabim dw&' asia fed 0mnm e Iaz t that. vich I asI wentr Io~Wh a e b as a ae. s e..._ he. d am. a. ia - : mooney : a bi-out , "d 1Ia p~routies e o e w iat Se-l. - I m hto eiU r i leae. i aUii ile4 AO per -n atw dobbe d. Za~d eatimaupmoe* a" orOb. w * ammised t la ainr. wutosthe thtl i ar aU ttime; 'tM.Ithe b tnmle, "rhoin sadI rthepOaO' de t m es ? er fi o". Is a il m !L . s sMI iat Mm 1ob b " ds.aerb t.,...., ..ew son the patios or let as rest in lepy l[la ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 August 1884

MA D)IS()N TL1 M ES A C. WIGHTIUTA, Iiter & Prep., t. S in SATURDAY. AUGUST 9. i I at 2mS OP O 3081 OW. 0xS tasrst, .* . .. . $2 0n T a , MlN s, . . . . I 5 T"SSu uoistws .*. 75 Memis ats Cestaal seectwdve Owm. U JTow B. $rnx. IMstr iet Uzetive Oasmalttee. m J. S. Brus, of Madisonu, Ch'n. e J. H. GuILeL, of " J. X. unnsao, of East Carroll. 51 0. A. 3ucin.smea, 0. T. TuswArIwT, 3I C. WRuammiA 1 GO iLo. W Jams b 1 uo. m fa Advertistnr Rates. 01 ALL CLUT FOR INbrRTION IN THIS I PAlEr MUST 3L 01 SOLID MITAL 0' dvertising rates, ne inch a lees, m $1, sIet lasurtioe, ah ert per inch Ar iseek smboqet ronsecutive Inretiokn. l stees samease a b .o. LoMiesl M eesa ents per Hae. p Mardiage and death moJto esae. Oiur. naoties $1i per inch or 10 " l-es ardse roeIne icha ai rleas $t2 paumue m eath SIAM a. P r ishked on appiesatles for prsd ms - otet w st aid for amy hs aIay'er eii. t  d A, .ym sisestos whatever ms tesbeshM be oddi.ud to Tias. Tal. lb .....c -.-e.....n" b s sa to fht" writ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 August 1884

SMADISON TIM -E S ATUl DA, , \IT( . T 9. 0 f.xs OFsUBBCIPTION i. gyoRC , - - 1-" ures, * * 1 23 g Eg orr A. " " o, Iscorporate. Fishing is now good. Bead what the Police Jury did. Be on hand at the Mass Meeting. I ice fall weather all this weck. Let every man plant a shade tree 1 this fall." And observe the call for a Mass ; meeting. Read everything relatid to the Sxposition. The new School Board meets to- i day at 11 o'clock. SOne of the heaviest rains of the season last Saturday. i. K. Boney was in town the early part of the week. Mr. "Pomp" McLain is now a ident of California. Diligent inquiry fails to discover y army worms in Madison Parish. ry weather all the week. The can do all the growing they Thanks to Gecn. King, for a copy the report of River Comumision I 1883. it is said, that passenger trains be put on the V.S.& P. R.R. by b'.e night of August 1, was the Seool night for months; consist August. wing machine applied to the about town, would improve appearance of thin...

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 August 1884

esinuMa u COuIIumu8. wit A VaugW o t ge mWr..re Fruet In our I SThere was an amuas scene in a n... -*e" ofoe the other day. Au aged omple had sold a small piece of property A d were present to sithe deed and reeae their money. The coin, amount sum O ,laiy z pe th 'table. The h ds~ed ahis dnature. "Now, "y Bridget," mid he, "it's your turn," hand- pm inl over the pen. Bridget eyed the deed as and the money for a moment, and then' iSing her arms askimbo, looked her bet tr esquwrely yin the face sad aid resm be -Oht T'1he divil a bit o' m.e w sign a "ti ,8hare money." The husband lo was staggered, but soon recovered him- th self and leadiag Bridget into a corner go ba to poste with her. It was al no ee. Alr ten minutes of ancces d wheedlig the real etste agent had to divide the money into two equal iles. When Biy's pile was safely gathered ed into hey reeule, she afzed her mark th tothe deed and de a rapid break for in ine door, clsey followed by her spouse. The lat of here was on a d...

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 August 1884

MADISON TIMES.. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL. I. NO. 27. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1884, TERMS: $2.00 PER TE .1U. __~~ •? - -'n- i i mmn- •·- n-i • i i m• im .l i I · to i i· · meousln Lilian entereasd olUe ,r I dare to woo her now. W waif frm no mo ea DorDno; when Oir hte Ie ILe bm shea daiiln e a earme e I knew my rosy dram ad a lr ar more ct china ,pla Wheam ather Nosh braved the billow. e fame, bo nr,. withll bsuo ~ b ;. he arpe Woet tI be Pt aea hr ke In thore oourt, h oa b es Yok Mfltr, was Y me r of the Forly Ym amrt uwtd Yhesho wht hear - . haved with rie dnsrum. He s a-e, Tfn Pa'las' arm t a al letr, mr he as  vee t haven heht, venry lat ,an - wth an unusual m--la w ar is fllyb werea plDam t whea LI an's Iloeeed at the law lderly set be su d bushy eve foeer; b- t Iisw ose wa Lsolbdly iaspen ar ag -is aht wit Yanke Sullivan as r. Sthrrll s will peu a of Ls ae We wase Judge will e hi Bsra AL herd mar e aed on 8daPe k O Dairss ...

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 August 1884

MAI)ISO)N 'TI M ItS R. C. WEGltI AJ,1 Editor & Prep. .I 'TU I L~Y.<AU T I title, TEXXS OF SUBISCRIPTION. est (v SIX .IIr I ao.' o.r. - , - .- . . . . . , o,, in tl. asx )U ,aris, . . . . . - 1 - - i. , s M NT:ss . - - - -i. - S..usherr State central Eteutivle C'on. c;att utistcr. ;Mlid1 Jons It. ST-o. J. I. hor,:, of STMli:,l, Ch'u. Lbt .1. 1I. 1 in.F,,I, of ",em J... K. E. lU"v , of East ('Carroll. m)r atmrc'k) 1:axce .tie Comnmittee of uny JaiLYHI lllililti Ulitla (;. A. Rw stanRtus%, t.. T. Tri "Wnr~ýtr X. C. Wgiu:,1r.t. (u',. . i.D. catil Joui. ii. ,ro.,r.. tee Advertising Rates. of tl ALL (crTs OR IS4F.RTIO. IN Tull gent rArFI. Mt'IvT IE oF SOLID 3M4~ A L l Advertiingi rates, one inchs or l,"s, $1, AIrt ianertIn, 0. eent; peu-r ilich ftr of ti oeah snbuetoent couecutive insertion. Cul. JIlgR notlrre samne n , atbove. IMral notias 10 cents pe.r linr. the Marriage adl death noticei free. Cti Obituary notiees $I per inch or 10 ea per lin. don Busineas cAurd of one inch ...

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 August 1884

pISON ''IM If', ft is about time to .et ready for .e an Exl'. ition all, ad a SA smll entrance fe, to include aTsupp, s -old -\e cI L rg 1 , cor esdrate. Buy your drugs of Fulton M. Mc it is about time to get ready for r punts.he. .utave an ExljVoition ball, and a The hool o. oard elcte . . A small entrance f.e, to include supper, should be largf fever at .t ball. Dou't fail to attend the ladies * ong Tuesday. Chicken thieves should tree seyou *ypcly punidhed. The School Board elected S. B. cClllon, President. this ThMier is a good ileal of fee ar ofgh the Parish. -omead tpthe ladles meeting Tues prepared for business. on'tforget the prize offered by advanceds for watermelons. P. nick out now, the shade tree you going to plant this fall. 'Look out for the first passenger Mixed trains will soon be a of therald, aast. tell hers can sharpen up their thosRead the army oceedings of the - Board. of rates on freight have been advancilled by the V. S. & P. -sment but "what are youa ro...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 August 1884

A CIILS FANCIES. I o0s5s Lous INr8 vaNSON. I.-TWN LAND OF COUNTERPI.' f" When I war sick and lay abed, I had two pillows at my head. And all my toys besid me me lay To keep me happy all the day. And sometime for an hour or so I watched my leaden soldiers . With ditrent uniforms aanid Among the bed-clothes, trgh the hills; And sometimes sent my hipl In Sects All up and down among the sheets; Or brought my trees and houses out. And planted lcties all about. I was the giant et and sll That sit s pon the pillow-hill. And eee before him field and plain, The pleasant Land of Counterpane. ..-r-n WIND. I usw ymt t h s elte on hlgh And blow the brds about the sky; And all around I heard you pasr. Like lades' skirts across the o wind a-blowing all day longl O wind, that sings so loudasong! I saw the dierent things you did, But always you yoursif you hid; I felt you push, Ibea you call. I could not se yourelf at all O wind. .blowlng a day long! O wind, that sings so loud a song! Oh, you that ...

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 August 1884

- MADISON TIMVES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VL I. NO. 28. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 21884 TER soIuS UIEWD. Sat a more n the pbr.where As they swla on the old front d the odmasnweeps but his W r tea Dries never balm to h soul; B- -ort hi. more forsa t e .ears se ait ca last month for oonl. A TBANKLDSS CHILD. uss a erass Vs'u itaic Pas.esIem so Hso Ireod Aeres. A nit brti hi the i phton perlor Qourt, Atlanta Ga., unveils a chapter of domestic life whit h Illuntrats sanew the snrow of King Lear when his children daru him out. One of the most prominent policemen of Atlanta is James Joseph Green. Jemes was a dutil boy in his younger yes. His father is PleamnBR. Green, jsabtantlal farmer, who resides thirteen miles hfrom Atlanta. When the cop from the dty visited the broad acres of hs sire he wolid look upon them .with envious eyes. He at last made bold to agest to his parents that as laws were seertain and lawyers tricky, they might odlt their awn de...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 August 1884

MAI)ISON 'IM ES L. C. WEIGHTI AN, Editor & Prop. SATURDAY. AUGU;T 23. TPRM OF SUTBSCRIPTION. oE YEA"R, - - - - - - $2 MIXLL MONTIIH, * * . - a, Member State entral Excutlve Com. ams ttec. Juon. B. FTcrs. District Executivo Committee. J. B. STon, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GuLoJL, of J. M. KESNEDY, of East Carrull. Dcm reetic Executlve Committee of Medlmea ParMa. CG. A. RNIcHARaosW, G. T. Tms::VAS T, g. C. Wno,,r i . GUt. M. Lutou. JoHN B. 8row. Advertising Rates. ALLr. Cl'T FOR INSERTION IN THIS I'API MIST 'UE OF SOLID METAL Alvertising rates. one inch or l.r, $1. first inmertion, 50 iel-ints per inch far t u'it sublsuinent ctntaecuti w: insertion. JAsgal notc', sa nme& s above. a,ceal noticot 10cents Ijr line. Marria sa nd deathl noties' free. Obituary notices $1 per inch or 10 ent s per line. Businese carldof one inch or Itss $12 per year. OuCesquare one morlthl $2.0. P'rices furnislshal on anlilication for Sreater amount of space sand for any length of time ,Irirdl. An...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 August 1884

MAUISO(\ '[l M 1:: ,K OF SUBSC1II1'TION. ,, - -- A . I 2;; ýýs, - - 75 ,irlll W- -.-----. lncorporate. pesches are lplcntifiul. jsild a dwelling hou. e. Oet in your winter wood. Gen. Dennis wag. in town this week. Splendid rain late Wednesday lternoon. The mails arrive with delicious irregularity. Gee. S. Eisely ha, returned from anaklin Parish. . 8. E. Blum has returned from a ilp to Coopers Well. Mr. A. E. Adainm waq in town &s week on a flying visit. Mr. A. S. Coltharp from the Bead was in town Tuesday. Our Postmistres is getting better, wad will soon be about again. The good weather continues. The crops may surprise you yet. Potatoes have stopped coming to towa. The crop must have been Some of the married men object s a bell, as they can have a bawl at home any day. Thanks to Mrs. Carter for a hot wt of very~superior blackberry -l.a, of her own m'anufacture. Mr. J. II. (ilfoil of Omega pass ed through Tallulah Wednesday, ahi s way to Baton Rouge. iLything original is much...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 August 1884

Es TEAMl . s. w. on.osA. Nin yeare to heaven had Sown. And June came, with June's taken. The wild rse, that had know n A maden's silence broken. Twbs thus the lover spoke, nd thus se leaned and listened: (ifelow, the billows broke The blue ea shook and gtistened): "We have i o , love. w Th r·L sdtormnJy weather. Swe hope been other. "To meet, to love, to wed Joy without stint or measure; This was our lot." be said. "To fnd untouched our treasure. But had som blindfold fate "Bound each unto another To turn from beaven's gate Each heart-throb hide and smother -M. ear and fatbsl beot, If tas we had been isated; To meet. to know, to part; Too early, falsely. mated "Were this our bitter pnlght. Ah I could we have dlssmbled Her obhek turned pals with fright; She hid her face and trembled. -Harper's Basr. PIIININI FANCIES. Silk gloves are more worn than either plain or undressed kid. Jersey waists are now worn with all tennis dresses. Corsets are not worn. py is notso popular as it was...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 30 August 1884

__ MADISON T 7ES.. . , . .i . ..- DEVOTED TO THE WELFARIN. OF MADISON PARISH. VOL . NO. 29. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, L), SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1884, T1: 82t r w4lgii whLea liw*. .l.. L L In ALLADE O w m n . . - A Make s no vraews of constancyr. dear friend It.II~~Jdl i e, the, Igfe And love no other till thy aut shall end. Nay, It were rasa wru g. , ' If thou eaat love another. be t so: I would not reach out of my quiet grave ha I ik heart.fy ii s. oaee m eg; Swouldst not feel m srhadowy caress, It, after derk. my soul shold linger there: Mama hearts rave engib clse a0reeap LovIe's presence, warll ..I .;3. It would not make me leep n ore peacefully T h t thou t l olI . A Gi g Carve not upon a stone when I am dead The praises whicl amereeful mournars lb woman's graves tar re mipenei rut spleak them while p not wthe b ear t 7b shut away thq Let mail blooms wI I t buIt t wmea ne o who will lovre a' serve thee nlt and W0NgN IN AFRICA. nos zzpesiemes el Raper at Mis siemarees With Them. ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 30 August 1884

31A I)I)SON T1i1 S1 R. C. WEIGHTRMAN, E4.tor & Prop.1 -- n SATU'ID).AY. AlG 'ST 1 u . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1i I, Vl 4 : . T , . *. . * . ]- '1 - *I' 3iiNTTIt * . TIRE. ., M * *  . . . ~ieillrSail( ('.l nr:lal ExIecutlvc ('ont. I "Iliitt4I *. I: JOul iN . ,i ,. L. I)lstrict Erxcentivo Committee. t .1. It. .ýrlsE,0 olMtdli.'ou, 1 'll'h'. i .I. II. GIfLro.L, of "' f .J. . I KEt:.SE:, tf Eat Carroll. IpE.utne'rati c Exemim'see ('omtlustlt' of I Matlistum tariwhh. tl..t. |U n|[A|Z| , (;. T. Tr i:zJ:.%NT, 1t L'. \ Lsn st.ý . (ir:,. M. L u.., Jun. l:. .T", a .I. Advertising Htates. I Ai.L ('I'TS rItl IN.:EItTION IN TIIIt IPR .1'lt' ST B" ofFOLID METAL Aldvertising ratltei, one ilnch ,r )r" , $1, tir;t in.wrtioi, tni rents r inlwh fr (ae'h subtyueulellt conuecuH:tive innertiuu. 1 IA! rl not Iert lunte As ah',ve. Lo.al I tictle: 10eentl s ".er line. ]clarriaie ani deaLth lnotices fre'. ()iitnary n,tices $1 per inch ,or 10 centhe peIr line. " I'I ilIat..".4 cardlso of nle inlc...

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