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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 16 December 1882

iT HE IJCOL-FAX ..C. RONC - $ Ptmoratic journal, btbtotb to otatl aub Ocneral .ltts, f iteraturt, Srcitrt, griarultrt, f . VOL. t.t COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1882. F1N0. T'rif OOLFX OHONIICLE, I P'blihhed Sr arday, at Coltax, cw~a t Patrish, La.. -----Y-----,or. Jr M-. 1- ooD wa r T, SIats Ur OBUJUCaGIPTI ON. ihe co py. ouue year. .. ..........$2 00 y . lnix mouithsI............. I 35 :iii4p s-, One year ................1 OUnt &ti6bLe lhvariably is advansae A ATBE8 OF ADVERTISINGO. 1"it insertion charged double price. ItACK. it. vIn. ;Cn. 3111. Ow. lyr. I s ... 5u I 6 2 00 3 5 900 ,2 i,,es. t 02I. 3 7 5 25 7 5 15 76 3 ct4.o3 & Io 3 00.5 00 7. i 12 jU23 50 4 inh,', l O 3 T 6.2 8 T 13 0Ks 2 b iclos. 2 51 4 54 7 1 10 16 30 00 i ctilit 4 ab t. 17 0 3J5 52 S00 1 whelnt 410 15 o 45 W 39 00 (ltel .tI dveitiseumets $1 per square for a, drat It.lrtionI; tnch utbmlquesa publtoa tln r.0 cents per square. Brief enmmanieotions apos sabjects of pulbhc itnterest so...

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. — 16 December 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - * * LOUISIANA. A DREAM OF HOME. Th sean rays sant the path along, The air Is belmy as In June: The robin nl hais evening song, Andthrouh the sky the new, gray moon Moves ealmly on, untrammeled, free, But something whlipers unto me "Not yet r" Te brook sltsp as It grently ows, The frog croaks by the water's rim; Tere in cotenat the lily grows, And there te d dartng. swim. I hear and se the old brown mill, But ah, those sad words haunt me still "Not yetl" In clover meadows broad and fair, In drowsy mood the cows await The farm boy's all upon the air, While, with hie pall. beside the gate Which opens down the grassy lane. My broter breathes these words of pata "Not yet !" Theeteepled church, the school house near, The wood where I have roamed at will; The quaint, old farm house, tome dear. My youthful home-my manhood's still I see them as In days gone by, But somethl whlspers (as sigh) "Not yet!" O, Hearts, to whom there is no May! Who yearn to hear my footfail...

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. — 16 December 1882

Wat to Dria:k There is no question that in all coun tries water is the natural drink for both man and animals; but there is a great difference in water, and some kinds are so adulterated as to be entirely unfit for drink. To go no further, we have the two kinds of water designated as hard and soft. Rain water is never hard, though spring water is often so. If water with good soap will not make a lather It is called hard, and will be found to contain lime or magnesia, or both. When such water is rubbed In contact with soap some of the constituents of the latter unite with the minerals con tained in the water, and form an indis soluble compound. On the other hand, soft or pure water holds the soap in solu tion, and makes suds readily. Of hard water there are two kinds, one is perma nently hard and the other can be made soft. When lime and magnesis are in water in form of sulphates It cannot be changed, but when in the form of car bonates it Is only temporarily hard, and the hardness c...

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. — 16 December 1882

bu I - r snout be pea fuo s wilo be diaseliudat s~ter th i Ms. i an a uit a ill oo Ocrie rl Mess .ry. ar L Fs , o f u ;t MoHn bf *Na'el99 The o 1e r asthebiete No vemi term of court was $*40 20. He gttay for e'to Cslaw at UcKo a Mee' . Fol e ¶lii t wonaderif Sam's see is toave auy roof o - ' '8q re G;R ia ai .qneArterP in the ~era.hahresha wil dish out juo 0 i tiat.re. . It e'.ase.,w lr n to make the li e folks happy., r Sm'L forget them Ouaa iies ea MKn ight& MeN 1i h e* irge asortoent of suita se..spsea s . It r to realize that we were in tb middle o1 December during the t ee or four warm dayssof the past ek, 'atI p apprsracese it won't t 4b d i b `lre'a hiully aware ,bat i w e. The --, ,n the wo rooms on the e f the court house have lerk Shickelford has rnov front rtil.and the clerk ' 4iff both Iow -lave song ap where tbh, oea transac tb soit o degree of colo in cash lRiý li lk.ir is proposecd' .qo'. bld boose 6i by 40 Sssoe oeerg-arter of the block of grooud latel...

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. — 23 December 1882

THE COLFAX CUHR ONItE. v btmocratic aumrnal, btbntfb to fatal anb stnral zebIs, ifrrature, eStirt, ,gizuliut, r 7 VOL. VLII COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1882. . Q. 6. VOL.~~'"' VI. , , ' ' •... . " THE OOLFAX OHRONIOLE, Published Every Satrday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -ar EDITOR and PROPBIETOL P1 IB'mM8 OF BUBBCBIPTION. One copy, one year................. 00 Oue copy, als months............... 1 5 Six cupes, one year ...............10 00 'syable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADVFZBTISLNG. GE First insertion charged double price. Pcr, . It. 1m.I 9m. 3m. Lm. l yr. S ihebes.li 001 2 3 75 5 25 9 16o 7 3 inchLs. 0 3 0 5 0 17 12 50 4 ilche.I 00 3 7 5 25 8 715 25 6 inches.2 `ý 4 7 00 10 00 16 530 00 colum. 4 5b 12 50 17 50 30 - 00 1 colnmn8 00 15 ( 5 00130 0 OO 9 00 (Ifltxal advertisements $1 per square for first insertion; each subsequent publics tion 50 cents per square. Wi Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited, but no attention Cla...

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. — 23 December 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX - - - LOUISIANA. LOVE'B CONTENT. What bhae I that neishbor hath? WAlmostnothingm. iH mien is hi; ver" for him ls the clean mid-th Breaths are bated as he goes y. He coasts his tenants by scores, the glanoe a scarce from his terrace the acre span That eholdsl by rigt: and there 1is noehanoe That I ever a tios o reao a man. His ps tareer is a stainless psge He issten but Just-never ant but fair; His beasu fwife is but halt his age, And loss and silks are her daily wear. He would seem to have wearled of fate's a eso t's his favor, and feared his wrath; He has wealth and power, while I possess Just othing at that may neighbor batLh. But what that my neighbor lacks have I? All that is worth the having, methinks, Though my home, unto his, as both meet the afto lflsigntfcance stralghtway sinks, But mine bth voices of chldish ·glee, Which in his are silent, and never yet Have I marked such love as my wife's for me In his lady's glance when their eyes have met. A helpme...

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. — 23 December 1882

bCHOOL AND CHURCILH. -The New English Wesleyan Confer ence minutes show that that body has 409,367 members, 54,489 on trial, and 2,124 ministers, with 291 on trial, and 841 supernumeraries. -In the high school of Dedham, Maes., the experiment is being made of using daily newspapers instead of text books in the reading clas. The princi pal thinks that the plan is suocessful. -Miss Emily Smith, of Provinoetown, a graduate at the Boston School of Ora tory, is to take charge of the Depart ment of elocution and oratory in a col lege of music at Cincinnati, O. -In Rochester, N. Y., the Board of Education has ordered the study of "in tellectual arithmetic" to be dropped from the third grade of the school and some text-book on language and compo sition to be substituted. -The new plan of synod organization in the Presbyterian Church, making each synod co-extensive with the State, has proved a failure in New York, for the reason that it was overloaded with delegates who had a legal right to ...

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. — 23 December 1882

s.MT(b)AlY, DEC. 23, 1882. dat tug Su bsoMtpfll 62 a Year. n advance. it ryAdea su at  at be paid gat I-'-'- -F'-- -' -~-'--- - -~ -I JA ~dnesos, Crt si eu tree dis baiue thu ieeg the upast Mrsi. Del'L o his. 44. 0oowwms. of ileiandra, is . e< d ltlSeesptort n the CiUoOLat inst wilNone bco w . e and ne estlie t A s. a ontgo- Wi ory. are th auth esageuW n it Mi O i Wh' D T ome next e gaL Headdquartersi for bana Ctmet str div McKnight A McNeely'! taor Loi A handsome Christman tree is be- 2,11 ing fired up at Mrs. Dears. 1,3 Tbh steamboat Kate Kinney burn- Irn ed m Shreveport on the 15th inst. rat None hTr carlo was saved and no Wo lives tn.8( Th nks to Congressman Blanclfard for thbPresident's message and other wi publie documents, reports, etc.,bound Mi in book form. the lei Atwo ag man of Colax is absent, of and rier, is said that when e returns he wille be -rccompaned by his better half. I Who comes next? Nekt week is the time folks swear t off a promise "never to get drunk a...

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. — 30 December 1882

THE COLFAX CHRON1U • i tmaratic Journal, btbnttb to feoal anb 6tncral Rdcs, fitrrature, Sciutn, $gritalturt, 7r . .. 7 . VOLYLI COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBERI 30, 1882. 0 . -- --. .... . I I -T I h- e ne I, ,E...... *.. A&' I ,'a s , lln lll t T-, EP TE~~ld (I~ukX OUOrJIOLL (oltfa,' Y 'sut 13rjuh, La., Ul~mtad flip . ~'Ph I B "3 P U.35CUIPTIOX. One fopy". 9E7c l.j...·.; i;- O.aD 00 F (NO y .stir t uawtb:... ........:t 95 skis ecyreaa on. y 1W .:..-· ·1-...},7:i 00 Jlsymbl$ is rbl$ 1 riaer: RdTES O9 APD VWMTIJL U. CEI -rTres othatgsi 4.al puopa linc. 1 .2 b goo Ue"en 3 23 7 b 15 7$ 4inlnicwIJ 3? 611 25 l . 4ineuur at T' 8 1. 16 58 6 inralne. 4 7 16 U3U "I aoOw 0 (JI.i srvevrtioseeot I1 per squaae for first tnrurttrneach sub ssaqee publics- A; "ti~.n 5) eOits per squaot. win gtief eomuirnlgostloua upot subjects of public leateprgLanloited. but no atseutIo Cia wilt he paid'to anonywous writers. AAddlrta: CusanhiCiA. Colfax, La. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 91R.· Thwpsr. 0'...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 30 December 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - * LOUISIANA. THE KING' S BELL. "No perfect day has ever come to me," An old man said: "A perfect day for us can never be Till we are dead." The young Kingheard him, and be turned away In earnest thought, Did men ne'er ind on earth the perfect day For which they sought- A day all free from caret-so running o'er With life's delight That there seemed room or wish for nothing more ]From dawn to night? "It msat be that ueh days have come to man," The young King said. "Go search-and one who found them-if you can I" Ah, wise gray head! "I trust that some time such a day will come To even me," The King said. But the old man's lips were A doubter be. "That you, and those about you all may know MY priN~et day, A bell shall ring out when the sun is low, And men shall say: 'Behold I! this day has been unto the King A day replete With happinees. It lacked not anything A day most sweet' " In a high tower, ere night, the passers asw A mighty bell, The tiding of a day wit...

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. — 30 December 1882

ambes in Hn_ eraltrwa Sometime since a well-known eastern horticulturist wrote upon this subject, and his essay was mad with general in teret. There is no department of in d in which there has been more swindli ;g than there has been in horticulture, Especially has this been true in thq West. Our horticulture in this sr* on has been compelled to feel its :way along in the dark. Our people diave been anxious to improve the char acter of our fruits, but have had no ex periment for soil, climate and general condltions were new. The experienced horticulturist has not often been imposed upon, for it was impossible to convince him of the practicability of impossibili ties. He has had the commendable de sire to grow fruit of a valuable charac ter, and has shown a willingness to ex pend his money for alleged valuable varie ties. When, therefore, the oily-tongued agent came with his glass jar of fruit and his persuasiveness, the farmer often let his enthusiasm get the better of his judgment,...

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. — 30 December 1882

e b e aofar lbr ni. cl), (. .r.-A-~-. ,' - lA- 1 f)EQ. 3u, l !I : ubscrtpdcon $2 a Year. In advance. i - :h tý-JaJirci,.,l Jdrertiaemo* n,urt ir pid, do! i, I5.le's. or the ui11 L ie ':ie''u" ed u ter th. tt t,,ser~tion. "f AtGENTS. e .MI. A. A. GoonwIs, of Alexandria. i a. atlhorize It agent of th:l R''l ) n 'l;.i..n t, Siii eontr art tfr advertisellmets awl re- oil c ,i: t, sulnIcript ions. Meers. CItL'AI & Bao.. of MoutgoiU- go wry. are our aithorized agent". LOCAL D T''. ea F're.-h pornk rettila on out 01 titel ii at 6 and 7 cetut. 3th The river is full of boats, nrid all , pP*lar to be gutting good freights it, both wars so Ht.' The weather for the past week has cc-, 3,,' e.en pelfecily lively-the finest we phl ,, ve seen daring the Christmas hli- i lii dJaN in a dozen years. ii.l to The public ferries in Grant parish Er will be sold at sauction at the court hIntie door by the president of the p<lice jury next Tuesday. The Llha hs wsrade two trips to er; Natihitoches...

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. — 6 January 1883

THE COLFAX CHRONILE. ý Ptmoaratir journal, bebotcb to Focal anb 6neral ~ets, Titeratur,; stienrt, `Agriculture, ttr . VOL. VI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1883. INO. 8. THE OOLFLX OHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at <oltax, Grant Parisih, La., -57 -BY WE- Q. GOO D~WTl, EDITOR aad PROPRIETOR. SERM8 OFP 8URSCRIPTION. o)ue cp, une year ................. $2 00 Oune copy. i monuths ............... I 25 itx col,'es, one year ................ 10 0 suyable iuvariably in advance. I.t TES OF AlI'I+RTISI.NG. I'irt insertion charged double price. crA . it. mu. 2w. 3u. 6m. Iyr. Sinch... I1 00 3 00 5 9 00 2 inctle 1n ) 2 :1 75 25 9 501575 3 Inches 1 504 3 ( 5 o( 7 5, 12 00:3 60 4 inciae. 2 ( 3 7" 625 l 755 0025 25 Sinches.25 45 7 0 14 0 l4 5 30 00 t coIun,1 4 8 1`2 5(17 5( 3 .4" >52 0) 1 column l |I 15 01(0b (MA 4W o505o (,) 00 tilliel advertisemente g1 per aquare for first insertion; each subsequent publica ti.,n 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon sub...

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. — 6 January 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. LOOK UP. Look up! The morning crowns thenight, The gloom has tied: the day awakes: The sun throu)tgh mists and shadows breaks; Through mists and shadowr of the heart And mind diviner sunbeams dart, And flu the sky, the soul, the world with light. Look up! Look up! The golden roof Of maple branches overhead Their wealth of Autumn glory spread! And thrumgh the b nuhs the aMre blue Is samilng own and peeprng through, With pearly ouds that weave their sfey woof. Look up! The vast ethereal morn Is all alive with hope and trust: Beneath our feet dead leaves and duis, And all the past we would forget. Or else. remembering, regret. Sl1ep wpith our cankorin dolbts and moods forlorno. Look not below: but look abovel Look where the clearer. mightier lfe Of Nature lifts us o er the strife Of sordid aims and petty cares. And opens padhs beyond life's snares Toward th al-potent souroe of life and lovel -C. P. casee., Ii N. Y. adupedeaM. THE TWO WIVES. "Which ...

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. — 6 January 1883

IISCELLA'EOUS. -A French doctor makes a businessI of curing snoring, and warrants a cure for ten dollars. -It takes sixteen basrels of flour daily to furnish bread fto the Soldiers' Home at Dayton, O,, and the hungry old eits likewise r't away with 1,800) pounds of meat st three meals. -Detroit Fre 'Pr s. -A Plymouth, (Conn) man acsl lentally voted his butter bill, the other day, and on discovering his mistake. was allowed to drop in his ballot; and that ballot elected the representative in that legislative district.--Neo Haven -It is a sign of ill-breeding in China to mention the weather, unless as a mnatterof business. When a Chinaman is introduced to a stranger and wants to may somethi , he asks him if he doesn't prefer s bhogs to plain white. -A Leavenworth (Kan.) woman, nearly blind, cooked some gunpowder in a quantity of oat meal. The whole family died ezept a boy, and he is so full of the compound that his aunt won't let him go sear the firefor fear he'll go ofI -A novelty in...

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. — 6 January 1883

dEt ria d1ronitde. s#'I1I)t AY, EAiýL AN MY 6, I63. : u bcriptler542 Ypar.l I edvaace. J , idAUOgae, r they gwil be dientesale ,r e'er the frst isaertie. AGEN'I. 1Ma. A. A. Glonwim, of Alexandria, is , as tho' izedl agent of the CROtoNCLts, and , ill cuntrat for adiveitiaetueL and re c ie subscriptions. Messrs. .icCar & dBRa.. of Meatl0gl sry. are oer authorisetOegents '. LcAL '0CA D i See lJht of *"Unkown Owners," andt if you brive a friend wbhtpe lands are on it, seed him word. F oeadlag and sparli.ng B. ilet's allrel Aperil uV the ee-0pset s net digot ful psrgie it 'me. F' - wa.pePsm - hsaita · . "Dti L, i d its every X Ibae' dealer sane to.towa this w. ek, bat be did a larger businessa shoes than, anything else. ,The beX ifnF'ainhs of nature. without paint, can be imparted on the pale cheeks of a sickly and f' eble woman by the use of that great female tonic English Fe muale Bitt m. The length of police jury's proceed ings and a crowd of advertisementu# cut our "local dots...

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. — 13 January 1883

THiE COLFAX CHRONICLE. StOLmrafit gunrnal, bebRtatb to aotal anb eAteral Retos, JiteraNtrt, eienut, gritutturt, etc. VOL. VI.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1883. iNO. 9. THE OOLFAX OHRONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY- ZC. G. GOODWYrl, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR 2BRMY8 OF 8UB/CBIPTION. One copy, one year ............. ... 00 Oue copy, asi mouths .............. 1 25 Six eopes, one year ................ 1 0( l'ayable invariably in advance. BA TE8 OP AD ERTIBING. First insertion charged double price. LPACb. 11. Im. Bsm. 37m. m. lyr. I inch... 50 1 i 200 3 50 900 9 inkes. ( 252 3 75 25 9 1675 3 iuche. 1 5II 3 500 7 12 60 4 luchee 00 3 T 6 f 1. 75115 5 25 6 inche.2 4 7 10 6 300 I column 4 51 12 17 5J 30 00 1 olumn8 15 005 Ot OO 5o 00 ufithal advertisements $1 per square for first insertion; each subsequent publices tion 60 cents per square. Brief communications upon subjects of public interest polieited, but no atteution will be paid to a...

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. — 13 January 1883

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - . LOUISIANA. A WINTER SONG. O, Summer has broses And the latughing light south wind, And the merry meadows lined With .dgwy, dancing posies: Rlut Witarer has the sprites AD: the witching ftrety nights. O, Summer has the splendor Of the corn-fields wide and deep. Where toarlet.popples sleep And wary bshadows wander: inut Winter fleldi are rare With diamonds everywhere. O, Summer has the wild bees, Aud the ringlng, singing note In the robin a tuneful throat, And the leaf-talk in the, trees; liut Winter has the chime of the merry Christmas time. O. Summer has the luster Of the sunbeams warm and bright, And rains that fall at night Where reeds and lilies cluster; But deep in WVlnter'a snow The tires of Christmas glow. -Smatn Iltrtley, in St. Nticolas. BEFORE AND AFTER. A Christlas Story In Two Chaptersa I. BEFORP. CHRIlTMAS. The girls had never liked Hetty. It began with her first day of school, that cool, October morning, when she ap peared in her pretty dress...

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. — 13 January 1883

SCHOOL AND CHURCH. -A pew in Dr. John Hall's church, New York, sold the other day for $2, 600. -A Massachpsts woman has made a bequest of $2,000 to Roestoi TniversIty "for the purpose of clothing worthy theological students." -In Prussia they appreciate the value of health and the necessity of exercise to maintain it. The minister of education has ordered:that the boys in all the schools be made to play athletic games. -The "Singing Pilgrim" (Philip Phillips) and his son, who now sings with him, are shortly to return horne, after a successful tour of song through out the British Isles. Mr. Phillips and his family will visit the West Indies until April next. -From March 1 to Novenber 1 the American Sunday School Union estab lished 498 new Sunday schools in the Northwest and brought 2,028 teachers and 16,120 scholars Into them, besides aiding 1,033 old schools, which have 5,1419 teachers sad 44,109 scholars. Chicuao Timessa - -The First Pepab Church in New.Alblany has d cone Jqn,J us...

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. — 13 January 1883

SATUR DAIJA TIUA I, 1688 I .ubsrip Y~~, taane.. . -ii .11. the fst MsawIrs. A£GiTS. bla. A. A. Goowu. Of Alexandria. is as authoried agent ofl the CaowItL and will cntract for advertisementa and re sOec subscriptions. Messrs. MCCaIN & Bao., of Montgom- * ery. are our anthoriasd agents. P tl LOCAL DOTS. I1 We have no "bieriff" in Grant bl parish. He is addresed as' Captain s Charles H." Fo.r tremnltoutess, wakefulnese, dizziness, and lack of energy, a moot valuable remedy is Brown's Iron Bit tors. Monday evening at dusk enough suow fell to make the ground perfect ly white. It remained on the ground b about a half bour. P Foanmig and sparkling Bailey's Saline Aperienut is the cheapest and most dilight fl purgative in use. For dyapepeia and iI habitual ooastipation, it delights every body. "Congressman Blanchard has our d thanks for a liberal supply of garden A seeds in.great variety from the Agri cultural Department. On acconut of the bad weather last 0 Saturday the meeting to o...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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