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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 24 June 1882

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. O VmocratUi gRurnal, btbntcb to Toral anb tnral ATlbs, Jiterature, Siurce, tugrfimta, etc. VOL. V. " COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA,, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1882. INO. 32. 'rIAE OJLFAX COHONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at ('oltax, tG ant Pairish, La.. --r-- HEQ. G.- OODCW'YT, EDi 1Oi and PROPRIETOR. 7Ih.id uF 3.caCBIPTLON. S One ( copy,. one dear. .............. 9 00 0)1e (rl,e, Asi moioutue ............... 1 5 c i cut*l.es, one year ................10 00 'ayable iuvarilaly in advance. RA TES OF AD VERTISING. i'lrt ins tiou charged double prioe. ltPACK. t. Is. man. 3m. 6w. lyr. l i·h .. 50 1 50 00 3 00 5b e 9 00 j2 inee. I 2 :176 6 25 9 5016 76 3 iaches 1 5, 3 tM b 7 5 12 43 50 4 linc.tc - lo 71 6 26 8 7. 15 UI 26 25 5 i the,. [ o 4 r 7 0010 U16 `0l0 Olfcial aalve-t.newenta $1 per square for fletl mauerts"on; euch subasequent publica. tLi.u "d4 cents per .quare. Briatf c·totmitnicuti u.is upon snbjectfsof sl,nilh i tear,, a.,lIc;ted. but nao attcnution U ill Is. p...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 24 June 1882

THIE CIIROICLE. C(tLLFAX, - - - LOUISTANA. Nx7'T r'17'IE TIlE ,';.LIE. Nat qu::to the s:nlo lll. tprinrtil eseoems tot me ; I,,. t~i l? <:el :1u,, wht II Iti s , p.arate ways t( tr tt ; tlcx e"r,, ''T h ri " art io more sueb A. dtawit, for uii in that lhat ti ne when we iwe lli tie rniw of droitan-, illts:ve (Ireams. ! lI. i:+, n l:) |te j ilt ! : l u flu r liow. but it seem s Nt quite the sa'e Not quite tht sa.ame ' life' silna we two parted, Kna llr l t l it -t w to o our wa,' altne. Failr nI-au1,'niues of sucless vwe both have And plaHasnt hours: alnd yet something de W'hich gul?. lnor fame. nor anytlrnas we win, (au atll re'plahc . And either lift has been Not qlIet the amte. Loate Is not quitO the same, although each Ihlart MIsa formuted new ties that are both sweet and lRut hlt t w:11 rapture whl-'h (,f old we know Ni.e;mas to hate b lreen a suomnething set apart Wa'b1 that last dreamn. There is no passion, n,:v. tlixe,l with this later love, which seems, some how, ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 24 June 1882

The'erd's Tiber supply. The substitution of iron for wood in many branches of manufacture, more especially in the case of iron vessels and sleepers for railroads, has by no means curtailed the world's demand for tim ber. The multifarious uses of wood, the vast amount of building that is going on in all civilized countries, to say nothing of the rapid mul tiplication of all kinds of factories, bring us to face with the question: Is the wood supply sufficient for prospective requirementsP The United States and Canada, as is well known, have been the greatest shippers of American lumber of late years, but time was when as many as nine hundred cargoes of timber were annually loaded at Memel for Great Brit ain alone. Not only is the demand in creasing, but, what is the most serious feature-s of the situation, forests are rap idly disappearing, and thus far no effi cacious steps have been taken in any country to renew' them. Sweden and Norway were one time regarded as inex haustible sourc...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 24 June 1882

@Gt ltalkfas @rankle. tn SATrUKDAY, JUNE 24, 1883 a Wi Subscriptlon $2 a Year. in advanoe. V' tb l TJadicial ddev(iseests maust be paid vv Jo' in advance, or they wiUl be dlieootissed after the irst insertion. a AGENTS. Ma. A. A. Goonwi., of Alexandria, in an authorized agent of theCLa,,NicLZ, and ty will contract for advertisements and re ceive subscriptions. Messrs. MCCAIN & BRo., of Montgom ery, are our authoriz'd agents. an LOCAL DOTS. pr Police jury meets Monday, July 3d. u Locals are scearce this week, but make up in quantity what they lack in quality. W A number of the children of this oc town have a kind of cough and do a fo great deal of "whooping," yet rome pr claim that they have not the whoop- m ingcongh. p The Lyceum and the base ball club tb have the same hour for meeting- Sunday at 4J p. m. Thus our citizens have the choice of indulging in liter- of ary exercists or "shinny," as best suit G their taste. G Another young lady from Alexan- in dria, Miss Rosa Spriggle...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 1 July 1882

THE COLFAX S ntnrair Ornal, bRbnttb to Poral LAb stral DtAs, itxatur, £ientiu, gVilr, t. VOL. V.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISII, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1882. N. N riHE SOLFAX OHB0IOL.E, 1'ubSlihe ivery ieiarday, at c:Aoltax, Grant Parish, La.. -. G. GCOOZ>W 'bT, EDITOR andi PROPIBETOL SaERAts OP 80BCRIPTON. Oue copy. one yet .... ........... I 00 A ,.j cy',p. uas uJWste .............. . I o a zix. '..... . year ................ O u o a cystil iavariamy in aa5e. Cod UAT&S OP ADVDl /t5lO. Firt iansrtio eha agd doable prie rAc-K. I t. m. 3m.L a. LIT. h. 1 s 6 0- O c il.s. II, t S  s 6 167 6 3 otwobl R 3 6 7 16 6o ! . . .U al S i Ls b i,.elehel . 4 7 0 li 00 S7n. I 00 Otlicial dvetiems $1 pr qase f tiat so nt:irn; aobh esbegesat publibe. ti.,u .ent. per sqlaam Brief commlonutilos apoS sbjes5 of ipnlli thtret soliheltl, bat no atttlioA will to pIei to seomy writers. Addrw.: CttaoSI, Colfax. La. PRtO I ONiIGMAL CADS. S. R Thorp. W. & Psnu5, r. Th5rlp THORPE, PETEIMAl & TIO...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 1 July 1882

THE CHERONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. TILE POLE FIEND. fly the nlwys frozen sea, - In the land of endiicas snow. si khe Pole Fiend glad and freoe With his victilnP lying low. Re has Lured them on and on, BIy the mystic polar spell. Tilt a last their cruise is done, And he has them cofined well From a tall and icy crag In the furthest froeen some, He can float his steel-blue lar From his unpolluted thaeue. And be laughs In horrid glee, As he sees the deed below, Dy the always frozen sea In the land of eudless snow. Is the North Pole nearer yet, For the dead men lying therol Is the pathway less beset. Or the sky or sea more fair? We have paid a fearful price For an almost worthless gale In the land of ancient ice And the Pole Fiend's dark domain. We may let him keep his throne; It was never worth the cost Of the Orecious ones, our own, Who are last among the lost. -N. Y. SuM. A STORY OF CAMP LIFE. " Bill," said Jack lHarding, " who's the chap that's taken Slingsby's old claim?" '"...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 1 July 1882

Itlaeras rhegtgrapky. "The apparatus that these itinerants tarry is a cheap lens, and a boa, and a wheelbarrow in which a dark room of :loth can be hastily comatructed, and in which the negatives are developed. * Then the negatives are stowed in a box, to and impressions taken on raturning p home. Of course the besiaes is a pure speculation. It pays, though. I know a man who makes forty dollaras daywan- I dering around the city in this wqa. Bee- hi ploys an assisnt•who prints and momnts cl the pictures, and a third man delivers a them and ollects the money. The pur- to chaser pys about twenty-five cents apiece for is photogrphs. Some of the a pictures are not worth a cent. That oc curs when the photographer faces the sun when he takes the impression, for then the shadows fall toward the ob server. But the itinerant does not eare for that; his object is gained, when it's is a dwelling, if he gets the whole family if on the piazta, or, when its a store, if he 0' gets an impression of ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 1 July 1882

he Calftar % l ronitck. SATUKDAY, JULY 1, 1883. Subscription $2 a Year. In advance. uJrdicis Adrtiaieast must be paid for is adorucs, or IAs "i be diacssalisda qfter the irst iaserries. AGENTS. Ms. A. A. GOODWIN, of Alexandria, is an authorised agent of the CnaoNICLsand will contract for advertisements and re ceive subscriptions. Messrs. McCalu & Bao., of Montgom ery, are our authorised agents. LOCAL DOTS. Police jury meets Monday, July 3d. Thanks to the officers of the Bell for file of New Orleaso papers. River falling. All the boats are having good up freights for this time of the year. Wednesday Mr. D. Fredies brought a couple of full grown cotton boils into this office, which were raised on Mr. Edmund Valley's place, opposite Colfax. By some hook or rook we lost a day this week, and it was not until after an argument with the "devil" and several other eminent personages that we were conviced of the feet that our reckoning was a day short. We were pleased to receive a call Fr...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 8 July 1882

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. A giemocratic jrnal, btbottb to Total anb trrenrl Beans, ittrature, OSienrt, $grinlrtrt, tfr. VOL. V.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1882. INO. 34, r %iL J )LFAX CHRONICLE, l'u,.:-htll Iv ery Maturday, at ,,lI;aL, i r*lut Parish, La., -li---c--- - G. GOODWYN, NLD Ult)i aes PROPRIETOR. I E;1.,F B. ' B.SCRIPTIOYV. e I " ............... 125 c .. ., ... ...........10 00 ji, i~.iily i . advance. Il "'E'. (OF ADJERTISING. 1I -t .I.." tel., . hargied double pries re .. . 1.... : . 3mn. bm. lyr. Si o.. :s . : 2.  7 5 9 15 75 . *dch. l L0 o .1 5 I 7 50 12 1 aS 50 ·4 11 ion 1/ ti2 7515 0025 Sinchwl., . 4 .x 7 1 10 0 10 600 first ne-.t n; e-icl subsequent publics Ii Iu .D coeiti pr situare. Brlit 'omun 1.ic tin s upon subjects of iblu it•ter,i s. elcted, but no attention will il pgaid to ia.n3 mous writers. A\eldll-re: C'uIIh,,SICLle. Colfax, La. I'1(N(J IEsONAL CARDS. S It. Thorp,e W. I. Pelerma, T. H. Thorpe THORPE, PETERMAN & THORPE, .terseas at...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 8 July 1882

THE :CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. TA BLEA UX. The sun of Austerlhtz had sat Behind the pantry door; Napoleon sh"athb'd his gleaming blade And laid it on the floor: The lrmn Mask tootK off bis wig It hbrt hisl..r. hbe said; And Queen Elizabeth removed Three-.uarter.4 of her head. The next thing was Iniquitofs, Which seemed to please them all; And then we played The Prodigal, And then tableau'd The Fall: But Snipes, who took The Serpent's part, Got hungry, probably: At least be ate The Apple up And quarreled with the Tree. A larky spirit was abroad. Which spoiled the serious things, And led the girls to giggle at Apollyou's awful wings: And when the final scene was set Of Mary Stuart's death: Poor Mary was in such a gale She couldn't catch her breath. A gloomy court, a headsman's block All hung with weeds of woe, An Executioner in black. And tapers burning low; A weird. funeral, solemn scene, Impressive. gloomy, dark: With aill the tragic retinue Just bursting for a lark. Too b...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 8 July 1882

That life till Within the last decade has been for the most of us rather, bare and unadorned and that we owe more to decorative art than some are disposed to admit is beyond a question; but it is also a question if the present mania for de3orative art is not passingf legitimate bounds and laying new burdens on already overburdened shoulders. Its motive and tendency have been toward real growth in perception, and the sub tile harmonies of form and color mean more to-day than ever before. One can forgive even the epidemic of sunflowers and daisies or even the impossible sage green storks reposing on one leg in the midsof a pink puddle, surrounded by cat-tails of any and every color save that of nature; for 9ut of incongruities has come a better sense of what place color holds, and the influence is found even in the cheapest wall paper or the more sub dued patterns of carpets and other house bold furnishings. Decoration is an accepted part of the creed of to-day, and yet in such accept...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 8 July 1882

S lauar & roniltit. . SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1882 Subsorpdti-ns2 a Year, In advanoe. l~audie J dv{eir te must be paid wb for in adremes, or they wL be diaism ned i l after the first insertion in AGENTS. we Ms. A. A. GOODWUI, of Alexandria, is an authorised agent of the Cn.x czt., and g will contract for advertinemeunt and re- di ceive s.wtl1M . ]e . l oCu & BtO.. of Montgom ery, arl oar muthorised ageri. t LOCAL DOTS. Rev. S. H. Whatley will preach in pl the court house to-morrow night. at An interesting commnnication from "Old Jass" is erowded out this week th Dr. Deal has obligingly furnished bi us with a synopsis of the proceedings of the school board. For lack of K room its publication is deferred till in next week. T( Mr. A. (. Bodnett accuses B. F Moore and J. J. Blackwell with way- i laying and beating him. They have iX given bonds to appear at court and stand their trial That was a pointed joke played by C the thief who stole Sheriff Teal's f horse and Deputy Sheriff La...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 15 July 1882

iHE COLFAX CHRO E. 5 emoratic fourmal, bebtfrb to al an 6ni flral tstbo, iteratur, Sienrt, gritiart, tr. VOL . COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1882 VOL V.t COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1882. INO.i ,5. 'rTE OOLFAX OBHONIOLE, 'ublished Every Saturday, at (oltax, tGrantt Parish, La., --'i- -HY E-. - . (F a3OOD W -T-2 EDI' OR and PROPRIETOR 7 ERM.f u s. B.CRIPTION. ne etq.eeI. o;, ai. . .........$9 00 nLe D p', I l .. . .......... 1 5 co .. . ...........10 00 ....ly advance. 1.1.i'i.) of ADVERTISING. I r'st a.a.c, too . htrg..d double price I inch. .. 5 1 5 2 01 3 56 9 00 2 ici:.l, ta, 2 2 :1 75 55 9 15 75 :3 ,ich,. I1 54; 3 (x 5 0u 750 12 50 t itlli itl adv,. t.i iuenite $ per square for ii 4 .-i. cunts 1" r square. Briet comm i'icatiens upon subjects of lubth i,nter-t solicited, but no attention will I.. p 4id t-o i.anmous writers. Ad4lrons: C,,ao ICLK:, Colfax, La. Il fESION'AL CARDS. JNO. C. WICKLIFFE, ATTORNEY' AT LAW, COLFAX. LA. Reert to Hon. F. P....

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 15 July 1882

THE CHRONIU.1E. COIFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. THE ARCTIC TRAG(EDY. lee-boulnd And thus they lie Cold in the awiul majesty of death Calm in the sleep that knows not to awake Poor pallid faces, nrgged forms, Touching the tender hinart with pathos h'bea portrayed. And then to die! With the slow monster creeping on, Numbing the life-blood inch by inch Tinling the heart and brain With that sweet music-touch that thrills With subtle power, and warms But to destroy ! The weary march, And days of toil, wherein the icy reach Seemed ever to retreat, or near advance With dazzling promises of hope and rest; And weary eyes, outpeering through The leeQuen's veil of snow, Would e'en renew their brightness At some distant shade by Iceberg east, Whigh to their dazzled vision formed A shape of snow-clad but, and hope Thriled through the chilled veins t life, blest life, renewed anon, And strength returned, by food and warmth. O majesty sublime of Death! How shall we know theday or hour That claimed our ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 15 July 1882

A Bird idyl. As y stood together, looking out into ard sehe raised her eyes softl and an expression of sw eeuspenae softly over her pretty face, mermured: "'Don't the little birds have a nice time ?'"' "O, yes," he answered, "they do that. They have political sinecures with out voting or having to get oongressmen to back thiem. And they are in for life, and they can't write letters that will ex pose them ten years later, and they haven't got war records to be sprung on them at the wrong moment, and they know nothing about finance to get thes into trouble. 0, yes, darling, the birds have a pretty nice time of it. "But their lives seem to be made up of love," she whispered faintly. "Yes; but you mustn't bet too heavily on love. I have seen human beings whose lives seemed to be made up of love; but, when there was no one around, their home aseunied the character of a politicol caucus, with a good-sized tor nado emptied into the free tight. You amstn't judge the feelings of a married co...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 15 July 1882

SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1889. Subscription $2 a Year. in adanee. II g'Jdisis. Adrerdiseestet must be paid .or is advanse, or tlhey ill be disetsinaed after the lrst itsertios. AGENTS. Ms. A. A. GooDwtX, of Alexandria, i" an authorized agent of the CuaR'.sN Iit, and will contact for advertisements and re ceive subseriptions. Messrs. McCatx & BRO.. of Montgom ery. are our sathorised agents. LOCAL) D T8. Circuit conrt Monday week. If any one doubts this being a game region he should come to the mass meeting next Saturday. The Hunter men will all be there. Mr. A. Simmonin has recevived the appointment of postmaster at Colfax. and expects to take charge of the poetoffee in a few days. Ran-Dr. A. (. Satche r is inear cerated in our parish jail, charged by Mr. John Henry Smith with commit ting rape on his daughter, about twelve years of age. A great desideratumn in the preparation of medicine is that it should be palatable without loosing its efficacy. This is the case with Prickly Ash Bit...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 22 July 1882

T HE COLF.AX G ý.. ý • •ao ,o ,nua, bbo4tb t oa ti, t. in , . .....o • . . VOL. V.l COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 22 188o 4~p. r^.nr .I iTHE OOILFAX OBONWOIL, , Peallame Every tIq0azdsy, at ('ol"ax, Girant Psaishk La., M-E. G. GOO w YNt, BDITOL ea dlOPrIEOL 7 NkM OF, SU BSCRIPTION. ,..r e:! . r . ......... 00f • , " *,., , ............... ggi 1:..la .J' .ulJIZ81AX . S.ratl lua: LiJ.J atsj5.l doube pries SatP.. ASt. It- . 21.- .L,. GaF lyr. I wu... 1 2 3 93 t imnct1eM. i tY . 7v b Y S 3inocha 1 5+ 3 510 1 i - 4iu bea 2 37" 6' #6 Is is Sidciea 4 L7 u; p & c014a. 4 ` ' 1t 1o 14 tJ lBrie( rommagiectias upon els of O Am" itJerest sndMited. bht atto i will be pIM to amaoymrous *ites. Addrets: Camuu . Culbs, La. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JNO. C. WIUUFFE, .A.TTO.K~EY AT Z..AW, J COLIAXI. LA. Refers to Hoe. F. P. Peoel, aestsice a. prwme lourt, Mew Otlanm, La., foe. Geo. Wliawuon. Shreveprt. la.. Cl. Thons. H Ilhat, T'riunaph Co14ta Ti Co., New Or. traso. La. W li practice i ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 22 July 1882

THE CEZONICL.E. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. LEARBNING THE NEWS. "Wbmrse news, good elghbor? Whats the news?' " r'e no news, my neighbor. Truly, J edt a1b, witb work betgn. lte nd chldrqncrops, and lambs, and "Mus to God, then. there's no better word t ,. asomebe safata plenty there. * t Arey I.ve Ye sb lb la, like faling , ee a that ripses, and like tides that ye t oe bserubIt; twe, tK ad "Ab! we're stllyoungr enough their dream to ,WWMp u agide ear eyes the while, thse BCutK, I oqmnow fothar oe d ad hea t I h w t own, that braided "And I tes cap,the Jk ee they choose, Thke other path. Prwonlpey fear to thel ei. ie mybre, and IWeI welI At Tmy asIbbor, we have lataesd so m.assar" 'o .f'e sk'd d -pr5 "Mr' gaei mle e to ea-a., Inas ~ t. eand Sae r lmes-T.e imuse-e -I A o meodetpa recnently iv a the n d1G. Armor, oft the colle aculty, livered an address on 'e II ' t sind and Body." which 'a ij e a tyaoe bi the ps,.o ie,,: sid te.bnbetw M being ,, - - rs0ianut the modaeDl ts e Ata,". is Y4t...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 22 July 1882

-Thu2r ter tos* n jer Seld, 1a reeS, Jamies Norse worthy wes wto death by hl 1 stones--4ae as isms hm 's .tap have )ased t nm ag emlgrmnt have lae~d In ~tueosmry .oe new year thhas altoe r . will be country hmt This I living is, erson N. as his wife, a tee an d a daughter teen, 414 wthin a malthoi ket of hclmad a los= though, he i s of ston o  s  baskea. * -A beeun caused in a i pmvln Itia on the Paeiil eses&. The ftelde vase are these: Afain ily b thename of arris to the newly-arrived imn nmatst Catle Garden, New York. k it should be. If we have to the neweoners into our national they should aseimilate our national dl as soon as they caa.-Boeto Acartmers -J. W. C. Badger, of Greem, Cb. naa Co t. N.Y., in feebl e ld . few days the ad d cut down byhis son. Fifteei the son found his mother in the house and cut the tVe gi suspended her. -ThCe- ahJ i police still InsistUtb tje Cavendish aaselas have esped United Statds. This deligti enables them to sýeej bettet thin otherwise ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 22 July 1882

SATUprAY, JaeLY ae ' 8lU samragemes a"l'':--o as ela Jr . ..m., or wa.. w A,., ..e... ad e sr ase Irhq U ira gU Ms. A. A Goewmt. of duet , ti.or a autborleIamtetn N mA tlei will eontreet >r Pm " ed c ptbm of ]taatsom-.. I wiry saree our t , 617. t ou lnrsui ii w .... LOCAL DOTS. mo* r__~~ __--- _ dy-= 10? L"IUUi5 . dec We re atborized A tbat . *. F. Wcl-C isa $andidate for Diktiet P Judge, subject tt the Oto'b e th DeD - j c:atie Uonvrntio. pto We an .sathSeeed.A"e s>sa & lvurrsatee., a ,a e et fr l ady of the 11th JareWs oi` ibtder Iho Po Bather too ohrasufifr the oat= a toe is this gesoti, ot tesas @I rank sad promialog. qa It is said the Roater sad llaek- . man beakers are about equally divi- g ded in Great parish, ed tshe os'eu- pg tona today is epeatdto be lively. .I Thea mer Lli11s ba been treated . to a na et pait sad looks as t i; t P as a ew tin dollar. he is being S, zeed up to run as low water boat w betweL Alasandria and Grand a ifos e s. th Baoe--A meeti...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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