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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 7 October 1882

maen" ina cRUrcW. -The Amerleou missionaries who iave been compelled to leave Egypt are seowing home for a visit. --Mhod radv8k have closed their labors in Glasgw. The thring of a thousand reformeddrunkards was one of the triumphs of their work. -Some inquiring mind has taken pains to discover that in the Old Testa ment the word Jehovah is repeated 6,307 times. In the New Testament the word Jesus is repeated t29 times, the word Christ 630 times, and the word Lond relating to both the Father sad the See, 160 tmes.--N. Y. Exazmner. -Colby University has turned out 730 grdamaes of whom 5636 are living, sad 219 have ber em , 168 lawyers 120 teacers, 66 Volteers in the war, 44 Plysicias, 8 journalists, 46 business men, 34 college professors. 11 foreign missioares, 14 judges, 2 State Gover nors. 8 members of Congress, and 6 in the United S~ates army asnd vy.-De troit Pont. -The New York Times has made a. careful colleetion of church statistils in the " City of Churches." Brooklyn, with ...

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. — 7 October 1882

Ae t oalfar rottnirkl. ,A'rUalDAY, OUTI'OBEItR , 1882. Subscription 82 a Year. In advanee. rrFJudicial Adrrrinemrnts must be paid (.. ,i adrauoe, or they will be dis~cOtiael ajti r the firnt insrrtios. AGENTS. Mn3. A. A. Goonwix, of Alexandria, is an authorised agent of theCuHRoxsOLz, and will contract for advertisemuents and re r.eive subscriptions. Messrs. MtCAin & Bao., of Montgom ery. are our authortia d agrnts. LOCAL DOTS. -Shirts for sale at McKnight & Mc Neely's. See their unique sign foat ing to the breeze. The emeeting of the State Press As sociation is fixed in New Orleans for Monday, November 20th. It is probable there will be a bar becne on the 19th, the day Mr. Blan cherd is to speak at Colfax. A little dance at the court house on Friday night of last week was at tended by some eighty persons. The Laura Lee stnuck on a sand bar last Monday, and was delayed fully twenty-four hours behind her usual time. The comet has had its usual effect. This time Mr. H. M. Jet...

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. — 14 October 1882

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. A itmoratic rimnral, brbatrb to Xatal anhb =9ral Stb3s, "ifrnatu, eitaut, ugrimifurt, ftc. VOL V.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1882. NO. 48. VOL. ¥.1 COLFAX, GRABNT PQRISH, Ltl., SATURDAY, OCT~OBER 14, 1882. i |lqO. 48. THE OOLFAX CHBtONIOLE, Published ivery Ssterday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., H. Qa. GOO)DW"'YN, splTO= sad P*OPFIETOL. TRBIMS OP ,USaaCBPIOf.. Hue oepy. osyear................... 00 One copy, six motths............... 1 5 biix cpe. emne year ............:...IY 0 'syable iavaably in advasmes. IITES OP ADPEERTIBING. 'tret Insertion charged double prie. crAcu. l. lm~a 9mn 3mm . . am . lyr. Sinch... 1 S 00 31 6 900 2 inches.ai 9 t 3 7 625 9 15 76 3ocuhbes 1b 3 600 7 6 12 t350 4 inches w. 6 76 15 Si c inehes. 4 7 10 816 0099 Soolam4 00 14 7 3u 10 00 1 column 8 15 00 0 00 Official adyertisments $1 per seuas for first nnertion; each subseqeent publio. tion 50 oents per quasm.. Brief communleations upon subjects of public inte...

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. — 14 October 1882

TILE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. LIFE'S LESSON. O weary hearts that tthrob with hitter grief, And seem to keep time with the aching brain, O tired eyes that nightly vi'gil keep. And pale lips shutting bak the palin, Remember other bearts are heavy. too: Little we know the crosses others bear; We hear a laugh and see a happy smile. And never dream they hide a burning toar. The sad, sad story that our own lives tell, Repeats itself in many a human breast; And in the impress tired faces wear. We read their sorrows *rough their smiles confessed. The sympathy we crave can oome alone From those whose feet have pressed the same rough way: And so we learn the lesson-bard Indeed That darkest night may bring the brightest --Ioulah's Companion. THE CHEST OF DRAWERS. " Married!" said Mrs. Bubble--"mar tied! And without neither wedding-cake nor new bonnet, nor so much as a neigh bor called in to witness the ceremony? And to Abel Jones, as is as poor as pov erty itself. Mary, I never coul...

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. — 14 October 1882

IISCELLANlWUS -The oldest bouse in the United State Is saidto be in Guilford, Conn. It wa S aed in olden times as a block-house The tlace well cared for and does no ahow its age -In Gern it is considered the height of ulaity for a gentleman ant a leady to siton the same ea Emigr tion to this country Increases annually. --Philadelphia News. -Punch describes the Eaglsh sanmer as fellows: eta glummer; Theat u the ell tat called Duesfl -A convict says he wassent to prison for being dishonest, and yet he is com pelled every day to cut out pieces of pasteboard, whach are put between the soles of the cheap shoes made there anad palmed off on the Innocent public a leather.-PhsLaddphas News. -The new station of the Signal Sear. ice on Pke's Peak is to e of stone 44x29 feet in size. It ill contain a office, reception-root,, kitchen and two bed-rooms. The r,,rk of construction will not be easv for everything which goes into the, . . must be "Peeked", c?-pj the stone, sta-- be --pe ed" up thetr...

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. — 14 October 1882

I Th ') 6 11 . br.id, t' week - r. . .•not o ýý 1' (."fs E • l.",4, 1882. It pu S u  be Yob. anad oo or ev g7Judiciat edarlA*,ss /cast Ie paid for e adadnv, or they will be di.latiued is tb' after ,hr drat inssrtie Alexi - n"- - _ mile AGENT8. Ms. A. A. Goonwix, of Alexandria, is andr anoanthoriedagentof tsheHun4lsea and them will *ontreet for advertsements an re-from ceive subseriptions. Meurs. MCCAIN & BRo.. of Montgom- the ery. are our suthorlad agents. LO( AI I OT S. off Wild ducks have appeared, and bte Jack Frost is not far off. om Mr. $. M. Jeter has opened a stock dri of fancy groceries in the store for- cent merly ocaopied by Momford & Pirtle. gray the Any one who passed the time out hemp of doors Thureday night would likely n have been impressed with the idea that it rained. Sugar cane is being cot in many Law parts .of southern Louisiana, and griidiag has been commenced by In tt several of the largest planters. There is now a double daily mail fa service from ...

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. — 21 October 1882

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Srnmrratic ~mtrnal, brbttb it rotal ab &$nraI ttus, titteratne, £mct,  gTrititu Tr, ti. VOL V.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1882. INO. 49. --U I I- m u m THE OOLFAX OKBONIOLE, PUbilabed Zver(8a s edgy, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., ---a- ýi. G. C OaIw,, BUIT3 sad ?IOPIUTOL ?usea or aUcsscrrTIoN. (hOne oo, soe............... $$ 00 Quo 3'y, sit Uo mth..... . tii suIs, one year ...........0.. .00 ymble invariably haeddmase. 1.T4S O4 ADZERTISIBO. I'ime inserton chared double prce. AuOn. Ii. Ia. 3m. 3. m.lyt i ntc... 1 3 3 5 900 Sinchesa i 1 37.5 9 1575 3 ines. I 3 6 7 19 50 4 nbe a 4 1 i nhes. 0 16 00 hot 00 ViudlIedveltisemt.n 61 per saqar. for neat raawutio; mach Aubsmemat publins. t0i8 50 ceats per su.. Hrist eemuk Mo. ps sot subjects of public Iatrest s~esir , but s. mttetios will be ps 1t m d isjms MJa.. Address: Cusorrucu , Colfax, La. PBOFJONAL CARDS. iI C WIcKLIFFE I &TTO*JI ZT AT IrA.W, COLFAX, LA. Behe to Hea. F. P. look. Jla...

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. — 21 October 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. THEY MET' A-MA Yi1NG. 0, the earth was fair, (t, my Love was fair. When she and I met a-Maying There warnever a face so sweet and bright, There was never a heart no true and light, And the earth ws till in her green and white, When Lovb and I nsUMaylng. In her white and green, With the blue between. When Love and I went Maying. The scent of the hawthorn was in the air, And the apple-hlossoms were everywhere, And the birds were building with happycare, When love and 1 9et Maying. It was hand In hand, Through the meaow land, That Love and I went straglg And, oh, it was sweet in the warm Jae noon, And evening shadows came far too Soon, Though we loitered by the Brst new meoo When Love and Iwent straying. O, the happy day! 0. the pleasant way! So' e trod ainee we met Maytla: The summer has gone right merrily, And the robin stags from the l'bt tree All the world was made for Love and me, For my Lore and me to m errt (a. --Mry A. Barr, in Otr Con...

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. — 21 October 1882

u ae sap m'gg On svrl oecasaons ode l D 1 rtnset h tald teQ p - t1 nsea of pesura aeach sort o mall matter manmitted by the post-ooeaesf tl eompatryin the course of a year. To keep s aceate resord of euhlday's work thUroughou the year would add to the labor of the offices and involve delays that would oest more than the information would be worth. Accordingly the department has been content to make one week's work. as determined by actual count, the basis of an estimate for the year. A wese thought likely to be one of average po tal activity is selected, sad all the matter received for transmission at each of the post-oioes is classified and eounted, the aggregate of such original business dar ang the appointed time being reckoned as the fifty-second part of the business of the year. Obviously' the closeness of the approximationu ine~s entirely upon the fitness of the seleeed- week to repre- t sent the average weekly wortofthe year. Knowing approxim stely the number of piecei of eao...

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. — 21 October 1882

Ab t QIouiar 1roaniritr. SAT''URDAY. OCUt10 JEt 21, 1882. Suboription .521s Year. eranae. Ct-JNael Aier a4iriu.t most be paid for Ms ebace, or t(ey ,e iU 'e di.asUessd after the rlt sartes. AGENTS. Ms. A. A. OGenovw, of Alexandria, is Sn anthorisol asgS tts thoe nn L ct.ils, and sill conbept for advertinsments sad re reive subkeerktisas. Mesrs. McCant & Bao.. of Mostgom ery. are our autmueatsd ets. ,- i i l _ I I t - LOCAL DOTS. The next umeting of the podice jury will be ou Novew.btr 6th. An invalnble ,treugthenr for the t nerves, muscles, and ligestive organs, ,producing strength and appetite, is Brown's Iron Bitters. Wednesday night was cold and stormy, and Thnradey it continued f to shower and drizzle nearly all day. P Plenty nold for it, but no frost yet e 0 The unusual phenomenon of a cow ti giving birth to two calves at once hba just occurred athtbe plce of Jes so Fredrick, a eolored man.;lwing in Grant parish, about five miles south of Colfa. At last accounts the twins ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 21 October 1882

Coe 1olfax Oa i roni lt. AT''URtDAY, OC'liaEtt 21, 1882. Subsorlption 'a Year. in al nee. t 'Jdiei Aw dhertiemet r et be paid for in .&,urce, or they wQI be dieestwsead after the Prl iaertise. AGENT&. Mn. A, A. OeoDwux, of Alexandria, is an antheriad agents(rthe CltwnNc rsand ilsl ouon 't for advertisaents and re 'eive ub.s ptbos. Mesrs. CCCn & BSo., of Meatgom ery. are ear s·atbsasd watul ÷_ - .....- - IOOAL DOTS. The neat meeting of the police jury will be pn Noveunbtr 6th. A in valuable strengtbener for the nserves, muscles, and dligeative organs, producing strength and appetite, is Brown's Iron Bitters. Wednesday night was oold and stormy, and Thunrdey it continued to shower and drizzle nearly all day. Plenty told for it, but no frost yet. The Unusal phenomenon of a cow giving birth to two calves at once has just occurred atithe place of Jes ee Fredrick, a colored man.living in Grant periuh, about ive miles south of ColfkE. At last account the twins were two days ...

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. — 28 October 1882

THiE C.O LFAX HRCONICLE. •.--- ---,- - , L - - .--t 4 S~rmocratic oumtal, btboteb to Total anDb ral tlrs, fiterature, Scitnct, grit U urt, Etc. VOL V.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1882. . 7 O. , T.E COLFAX OHRONIOLE, Publisbhe kE.ery Satarday, at ( Colax, Grant Parish, La.. --a?- H. G. GOODWEYN, EDITOR sand l2OfIETOL 1ERYM OWB B5OIlPTIOY. 1)0e coly. one year........ ......... 00 0,l U copy, eit t Iths... ..... ... 1 *Y hi x C,,es, one Yie , .............1 te > 'uyatule iuvtltddy In advanse. I:ATE~B OF 4ADVEBTIJINO. i ir haustl_ okargedd-able prise :PAC. lt. IM. la S tm. 3ma. Jyr. I inch... 1 1 50 00 00v 9 00 2 inches. a 00 2 75 525 9 15 75 3 iuchelm It oI 3 t. 5 00 7 '12 0) 4 mincis. (0 37 6 7 t 76 I5 ichli. 50 4 70010 16 00 Ictluimm 40 8 J12 517 30 00 1 colnmus d 1it 00 t ( 60 W Otieial advertiuesnents $1 per sguare for flat inlmertion; each subseqsent publics tia .51 cents per square. Brief communications upon snbjects of 1pullic interenst solicited....

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. — 28 October 1882

TILE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. A CHILD'8 MOOD. (At the eut of the 4ty.) I want-ihntros, the wind took yesterday I want it more than this: It hall no thora -it was the best that grew. I want ~tlhast nigt'sa kiss. I want that butterfly with spotted wings That brushedI across my hand Last night b :tweon thoeunset and the dew It cause fru fair) -laud. It would hav stayed, I guess, it wavered so, Wheroall those panstes bloom; They gave it wins.to get away from me, I lost it in the glooml, And yosterulay the bsee on all the heads t if lnver swll|g so slOw. I sa" thomn takel their honey; but to-day 'T'hey only sting and go. Thiat stir, that always came before the moon, t)r, pp d ,it of heaven last nit ht: I hutl whr, I saw it fall-and found A wonu with yellow light. I wanlt the 1rn to g, and lot the dark IIl I , 'vrythinto away. 'Tht was the syecetoest iore Ia all the world The wind took yesterday. Juia C. Marsh, in Wide Awake. MION OR NO MISSION On NO MISSION I "What is the u...

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. — 28 October 1882

The lMat of Itad ehei In Chan. Great indeed mmi the xpanses entailed on the lving by the dead. In no land can the loss of a kinsman be more sri- a ously felt. To begin with, there are i heavy funeral penses. .The body must 0 be dreased n fine new clothes, and d another good suit must be burnt, as also his boots and shoesr most of his ward. t robe, his bed and beddlit-, and the c thing mosat essential to his omfort when living, for he is supposed to r quile all these In the unaseen world; and tough paper represeutations are useftal later, the real articles are needed for te t original outfit. Then a handsome coffa id is essential, and the priests must be largely paid for funeral servies at the be house of the deceased, sad aga for b their servies in ascertaining the lck b day for bprial-while a professor for ua~ fung Mai must also be paid, to choose th the exact spot where they may safely bia prepare the grave so that the dead may be shielded from the evil influences which proceed fr...

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. — 28 October 1882

I UAT ItUY. UtlIO]I"lKt 28. 1882. Subscription $2 a Year. In advance. it--.., .1"Judirial Adrer~lfseamet mcst be paid , a. in ,,,estn. or they rill be discotiraedl ,tner tb, rit Maesrt.on AOUNTS. +an. A. A.. :oonwrN, of Alexandrai, is an ,rtlthorzed agent of theCilCtssulcL and will coitrcwt for advertisements and re et ve .lhseriptioqa. Messrs. McCAtL dSo., of McYtgom ery, ar, our atlborlsad agents. ,LOCAL DOTS. Miss' Vtie Grav is in Colfax. Bear in minud the day of election, Nov. 7th, and be anre to be "thar." Dr. M. A. Dunnu of Montgomery and Mr. A. Wateon of Coti)p were in 0(,lfaz this week on business. A true' assistant to nature in re storing the system to perfect health, thus enabling it to resist disease, is Blrown's Iron Bit era. The store of Mr. Joshua Kemp, Jr., is about completed, and he expects to (pen a stock of goods in it in a few days. Every now and then some one straggles in with a watermelon. They are out of season, but come in good time to give one the ague. The...

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. — 4 November 1882

THE COLFAX CHR NIL --' " __ "_-7_ _ Stemarratic ouranPl, btbatb, to Total anb B ws, Fiteratur@, Seitnc, grit.tnrt, .tc. VOL V.l COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4; 1882. . O 51. i1 ~ 11 . ý1ýlMý -t \ lTfY" ý.ý v .wrýuýý i f- _ - ý .- ,." TrE OOLFAX DRONIOLE," Pubiebed vajr8 luday, at (o1fax, Grant Parish, La., -sr-- I-. GF. GOODW N, ]$)IT0 And PROPISMTO1. traip o' aUaM rrIbrN. One copy, ayear ................ (th.e copy, six mattb ............... 1 is 2iz col*ee, oiss year ... ............ A'yablt lava·ibl) in advs BATES OF AlI ) fir7M.V! 'iirst iuertion charged dseabl pries. trice. 16 I. ma. a0s. yr. 1 ilch... 1 S1 2 01 i l 1M 2inches. 1 14 37 6 9 i 75 3 Inches 1 :5 3 M 5 (k 7 1 50 4 tinches 3 7+( 4i 8 7l5 96 5l inche.2 I 7 III 1 Yi 1 uolimn 0 19 i 00 1 oolu 1 it 0 o Ofticial dvertiemente $1 per uqual for first insertion; each subsequemt pebles tio 50 cents per square. Brief eomlunaaieton, upon sajeots of public interest solicitsd, huts m attation will 1h paid to ano...

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. — 4 November 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. TIIHE HAY FIELD. Is any season so blithe and merry, Iso ay with lowers, r so sweet with song, As that o the rose and the ripened cherty, When nights are tr.to lull and days are long? The earth has forgotten her time of sadness, Thesilenco and sbhadows have pnased away; There is nothing but universal gladness Among the hay. This is the season when lads and lases SAre p betimes the sunny field; When the swish of the scythe lays low tmhe A te pss ours new pleasures yield, T t the festive, sweet ay-making, When the sporting laugh and the joyous word, And the song of grateful love partakiag Why hould wesquander the hourts is sighing Tat things whlobh are lovely do =ot m.n, That the dancing gr sses so soen a• rellt Let us be merry amid the bhay. There is time enough for the coming sorrot, There is wealth of beauty around us yet; Let us use to da and leave to-morrow, Nor od forget. Diae and bright is the s abis u, Sweet with tiowers is soeited alir ...

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. — 4 November 1882

The Wem Vh as oBeaet 'pb . Her she emes with her am full and her face a aed with heat and ex citement. She rushes through the gate and along the platform with the energy and fight of one chaed by an infu ated hut She clambersn aiotbear, all of a breese, awakng the eehoes, as soon as she puts her se Insdide, with the exclamation: "O dear! howwarm it is!" addressed to her companik is nerv ousnese-for as a matter of comms them is a shoper male with her. The seate are perhaps hal of tln oe. cupied, but it is not in the nature of the hoppij woman to stop in the rt ear. Away s to the next and the next, until fi one which s ite full, and then she turns about like a hunted beast at day, and frantically reties her steps. By this time the other a'N have pretty well flled up, and it Is not until she has game way back to the rear car that she lads two whole seats, one for herself and mate and one for her parcels and packages. She Is now .all a-glow. Frantically she tugs at tehwiado, bit the win...

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. — 4 November 1882

- -=zr-I-s---·----- Subscription 92 a Year. In advance. It , y·rud.cil Adtýoº,ete*" n  n be i.u-i, ir u d so rrdr ts, or ty Brill !w diayceatlinual 0 after tMe ) i*w.es tiuL 61h -- -- .-- ---. - -- t - AqBiT't . it Isa. A. A. Goomnwrs, of Alexandria. i{, in .eu anthoribdisgemt of the Ciu iONWlA., and i will contrpot for advertiasewunts and re- 1 coive subr5l tioiN. U. Me srs. bpr.AiN o DUo., of MontgouI or)y. are ot antlh'ristd agents. I,OCA ,L )OTS. d, ~- ------------~c fa Come .to the polls Tuesday anti A vote for Blanehard. d The oak mast i this region is u more abundant this year than it has p been for several seasons. t An effective medicine for kidney k disoases, low fever and nervous pros tration, and well worth a trial, is n Brown's Iron Bitters. n it The court house has that chimney tfiis!'odc at last. If you want to see neat work, examine the part of it I built by Mr. Anderson. "'Sonx'TAras."--We received four * potatoes this week from Mr. Goree, the aggregate of which ...

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