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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 24 February 1883

.« C FiA s " T-E CO Etna~~ ,ofrýot1 rýýt olabomu VOL;. Y+LI COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY24, 1883. { THE 00LFAX OEOIOL E, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. ---BY-- .GE. G OODWTEN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. O)e copy, one year................. 00 .)e copy. six nionths...............1 25 .Bis col ea, one year ..............10 00 kaysble Invariably in advance. A RATEB OF ADVERTISING. First insertion charged double price. rac. It 1m. la. 3m.. am. lyr. 1 inch... -0 1 3 5 900 S .inches. 1 0 3 75 5 9 1575 A ionhes. 3 00 7 5 S 50 4 Inobes. 9 3 62 8 7515 25 26 u inhes. 1 0 16 3000 oolam 8 5 17 52 00 1 olm8 001o O5 000 00 l advertatisements $1 per square for a Arst insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 oeqe per square. Brief communieations upon subjeqt of a publie interest solicited, but no attention will be paidd to anonymous writnrs. Address: CnoInwsue., Colf*~ La. PROFFI48IONAL OCARDS. a . Thorpe, W.. P .rmas, T. H, Ths.n TIOR...

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 February 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, *- * LOUISIANA. THE HOBRS AND THE GO08E. In su r, when the gram unw green And all the woods were gay, A horse, goo-naturd somewat lean, Dined oa trues of ha. Quite ttle dreaming of abuse, He was aeooeted by a goose. "Tell me, poor bhorN, how can you be Conln'd to t a loa To daily plod e sandy sod So dusty a so hot; To dle on ha so erisp and dry, And never once attempt to fly? "I can spread my wingsand sweep (Ye_ Orass lasge and rideA Iwan4lke b etke in waters dede Where senbeams glae gude, Three elements I proudly claim. And ye, but one, poor ose, what shame The haughty goose more would have said, Now grown superbly vain. When pate orse raised up his heed With loot of sold disdain, 8a1nr: "Better far It would appear, If chub. to me woulf tau To be perfect In one sphere Than beoa goose in alL" Twa nOREOR8 OF LEPROST, mrut-raeUgs wees in t e New rmsweem hest &r t.-.-umpseeme for eU ia Aswalaei Reath. The sight of miaery which aboand in the lero olony of New...

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 February 1883

SCHOOL AIB CHUICL -Daring the past fifteen yeasM 8,50~ churchtes have been built in this country, -Berlin with over 1,160,000 popula tion, has only forty-five places of wor ship. --During the past year sixty-one Con gregationalist ministers have died in this country, at an average age of sixty-four yearsm. -The Cornell Memnoral of New York City is thought to be the largest Sunday School in the Methodiss Church. It has a total membership of 1,448. -In New York public schools, accord. Ing to the new regulations, instrnuctions in singing are to be given In everygrade except the first grade of boys. -A gain of sixty-two per cent. the past yearis the estimate of the Southern Methodists. Would all the deeomins tions could truthfully report a gain as large.-N. Y. Exzamier. -David Morrice, a merchant of Mon. treal. has paid $50,000 for building an addition to the Presbyterisan olleoe, which was formally presented recently. -The Young Men's Christian Associa tion has established branches at ...

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 February 1883

(be loIfar ronnirlct. ', tUND't 'AY RBUARY 24, 1883. an . •ti s isc .tIen *I a year. In advane. Sr Js.i.d AdewfrIth.es aent be pad ti for to <adrtain, er MI will be discoltinud o'ter tlº frrt iner6t . finr I - -II I-II I AGENTS. Mta. A. A. Goonwtl, of Alexandria, is* ni an s..Thom izcd agent of theCraloltclan, I will contract for advertineasents anJ re orivei sbscriptions ,n Mesat. McCAIN A Bao., of Montgom ery. are our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. )istrict court Tuesday March 6. .sed river has risen fully seven feet mn at this piut within the la.t week. Sn '1nfR ED--Ou Tue)tlrt, PeRbru !V 20, 1883, by the Rev. S. H. Whatley, mi Mr. J. 31. Pluunkett, Jr., to Miss Fran c'is Moore. ". m When you feel out of sorts, have the blhes, melancholy, etc., it must foi be indigestion that ails you. Brown's Iron Bitters ecres it. m Judge A. V. Bagan has boon com- m uinsioned by the governor as asses sor of Grant parish, in place of Mr. W. P. Hickman resigned. tit Repeated gee, wua, baw, ...

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. — 3 March 1883

Til CO0FAXiW ^. it ac sZt· ijT; ·I'Yi-t ý1 y J~gl. i~~il(1C~?rJ,.~~l r5rT;; 1 lI i . R . , r ý: 5 . , : " r' ~~rt t i ! L L' -·ij -..;4.. 1 - i+f· 0 1+. ! baM 31 a " 'fi eoraibbni t tfpý,n ý xi w a Pt$ a a pwbM9 u st ~in p 8 'TAoiP . W.I a Iu . rde 1 , T. H.or T '~IEERA & TA~PE,. k tiee in all the Courts of Louosl "eAt Marbavilla. La. .14 (;.1. JHiSTOY, E 8. a.IICARo* P wi b Spurqor. Notary Publ~q. ti, Johnston £ Cameron,cl REAL UbITATh AW!ENTS, Ct" * na~ u ~w....-. . usr t11N r 1 mtc0t. wh~b ar. ` I~p. : & 8nrfl1: 8 Tl rlQ C. ) W a t~jt ~rw. Li., CV 1 . Thee R atn F ' COUAIn i ~am on c f1 ph Pi ttoa Ti. t:.., New Os. bhi $b.esm% at Fa apacirbt: pedah M. . court g x, Zr~C lr a w is.B a AMk... L Wm4 AP., Loi" st. 1., i333 d ;;"1~l OLIor1. Aan·,R. M&l&Andre, I Art . jd-4Suiders w o=LA I # , tu r n ed . o u t m .-t ~toisguammtasl.It RQBmSQN B ·p04 1 :,mac~ ýes wuma W'rem 6~~· I~r A8in' ldr r~a~-~ rd~rldur 6pm~avB·gv VCrl ~d CPT5anr~ ft~ '~~llrL :~~llg~crratfur ~,RY! t !...

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. — 3 March 1883

THE CINIC COLFAX,. - . " LOUISIANA. 80N OTHRER DAY. Th baell en yr hVe been ~e ttered, Llleav:ee tetopeet blown, Grieve not a broker-hearted rcome no more, whih you parted 'sorer sýel 00 if wtrarm T hTMw DUMe WW 'r treasure sor toffs eer atw bue bti~ev r1'T? e ts' tae 'be glktoo . ethm n.w` wt-rr e t r aealk st e &e e haeehw kinde, dew s n s touJ kya been so blug hke n" oK eed- Sh spohed The Ifot me ~ee ire &t thedarkest heir dlicday. VON- et and Jo bav~r V mWosa; assaaaht iiual deadhr. .1114 be, tilrcight Ama Slab was shot dead In his own dooowqy by -iAspol Geeldo, and the trial war to sme of directly. ?be extftndl intert In the afair wis in dre atde murder and Its pac Jtlm *,n.taays Lbas to thq fact that' tial was tlhe S c~ae tried at buSanab in usoy * bI rt that tbg thee. Shoored taraIas.a .rJudge Lync h. Ates wa no pe weas f:1, E. raeugd for tha Jtria. Judgp Fkhido ýoqds.M ofnd the see c his ibid. g Hors £ roggt t!asqa lohirwerse placed for Ubs_ aq qter neoey faurmi tam ...

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. — 3 March 1883

It was a es p, sWit vldg. The low mr had shut a dA.sh dw twi. light e dw aw iat over the la leadgap- e was in the wilds uSer d aeir Its thik for. ents a mtl sweep f prairies, and the kmdy u cas umalty mentionedl hselr Ik ae wý sn nd yu4 wltl Wotws ansaase huntig enpedWee oasnp n- out ad mlliv the ife of·a hnnetbhb tl d a.e pwesaded mei Ike that iiNi.a, Otao Bill had other noted satem wer but mre barn- the yanrd i.n Is to jprio to bis, We and th bfore his iserit rie te te ' bounding badm and the serschalug eagle alike would fall. I thww L~ them faesy taoies shout To natural betory I order toimpress the °'a with sdepeeseof myextewsive 'i As s ' ne M ies" lt wssy nothil abot sthe -ae' or l we had' _lt r [l the frb " b$nftiatedI" adm, 1.1 t' bUbeabeb sed byt aslandvretest Is *shoog of adyesutiage A wic Ire's en exubsrssAaeLt fIor ei "a rLebuiid fre so selves sWe from pur -i, tIf seckathing et ap" a sha have to ake " foi sw Ae otf Gotham, for the _ wratbof s Jew dtaristLstn to, 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. — 3 March 1883

f I Colflax@ Vniclt.runsu tl "A I ItrDAY. MARCIH 3, 1883. t u :scrtpttahta VYer. In advance. tJ Jtaaifl Adaerliudemrt usta be paid P fo- as rdrawac, or th pill be adieaeaiinad c a,'r the iral inert4a. it -u.,--.----- Iii AGENTS. Pfit. A. A. (1oonwl. .of Alesandrih, 1j an&a t~.:orisad agent of the C1ReseiLen,atid Si;t uoetraet f,,r adverti emU tst and re o ~i:ue hubcriptions r Ides-rs, McC(atx A BRia.. of Montgom ety. urn nor authorized agenuti'. B LOCAL DOTS. River faiiung, hbaing decli:ed four yr five f-,"t sinet lhet writing. If you owe the printer bring along L b.. tuon.y wihen. vr m ome to court. o Mr. H1. R, Jeter has juat returned L from a visit to relatives at Cltborn, Johnstm enuoty, Texas. A fedl.supply of men's and boys' 71 retady-nlade spring clktbing at rock hot ton prices, nobby and stylisb, at McKnight & MoNely's. hi Thern will be a meeting ot the citi tens of ColItx who propose to form a fre acmpang, at the court house, at 7:30 p. m. Monday, March 5th, whe...

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. — 10 March 1883

. t,~4*·., rý' AYb r ? - rý -Y r. .. 4: "t . .M . _ .- y... waLI r ';ti'}ý! .ý .wd. ~ CY yp " ..(: THE COLF AX ii * i , is .. _ 21 J ntmorrafic jo al, Debot6 to Ttal , r~ VOL. VI.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAR0ý1 t.; : , A2 , I..· , I) 17 ,y •i }f a ,y P" , :-!, r t'.(:  :ýý C ',.r. THE' OOLFAX CHRONIOLE, Published Every aturrday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -MY - G. GQOODW T TY, EDIOBR and PROPRIETOR. 2 FRNS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (one copy, one year............. $2 00 ()lie c'u'y six months .............. 1 25 !IA uop'.U, one year ................10 04) k"ayable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISIXG. first insertion charged double pries. ePCr. I lat . SaU 3a+. 60.. lyr. linach... 5011 211003 U 5 8 1.4 2ioelawa.a O&0 22. 375 595 9 1576 3 a'bhes 1 603 5007 12 50 Sintaes. 00 3 625 87 1540 Z5 b incohes.2r 4 7 01 10 1) 6 oul~nt. 8 12.47 5d70 1 cwinan t 5at 00 .IMEL advertssenouets 1 per square for 4rst ,nt.crtitan; each subsequent pubilce. ti ," 1o ceuts per iqula...

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. — 10 March 1883

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - . . LOUISIANA. THE HOU8E WITH CLOSETS. Bow dear to the heart of the housekeeplng Are comforts of which so few architects tell; Nic cohildre, good ervants and plenty of room In The wealAtted manlon In which they must dwell. But rast of the blessings ktadortune can give heMr, If she In the city or country abide, Is that which se b for and covets forever. The big, airy closet her oy and her pride The oomy, deam closet, the wllered closet, The big, ary cloaet, her joy and her pride. The house may be perfect from garret to cel lar, Well lihtted, well aired, with cold water and hot. And yet, to the eye of the femine dweller, If closetless. all as if It were not. How oft she has ueak like a dore that Is wounded. How oft she hae secretly grumbled and because she seaw not, though with all else sur rounded, The big, airy closet, her joy and her pride! The rooemy, ean closet, the well-ordered clost, The big, airy closet, her joy and her pride toad haubands, who tain w...

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. — 10 March 1883

lew a Iees la im Ievrs. A tall, broad uldered, gray-bearted miner from Montana, while viewing the sights about town, strolled into one of the theaters the other evening and took a seat near the stag During the per formane he becam deeply interested in one a n p of females who were disporting themsvoesn tbe sta ge. The darkey and rounded form of the siren completely captured the heart of the rujped miner, and he lost no time in gauning an ntroduction to the fair en slaver, and he made an eagalement to meet her at rehearan next day. The miner was punctual in keeping his ap poinlment. and waited pntiendy until the artiste had finished her reesal. He then bruquely invited her to take a walk, and she nothing loth consented. This promenade was probably the most profitable one in which the actress ever engaged, for her companlon led her into a dry goods store. and without much ceremony bea haig such ar ticles ube semed to think she needed. Fine hosiery and underwear, a richly trimmed eloak...

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. — 10 March 1883

s ;i'RD 18.' tiirrscrti~reon r datd L~jJad!wiui Adsta ' I pb fur in udraaew, or thqý diXceninscd u, er the jir: i pgteswIIe. AGENTS Ms. A. A. floeDwz. of A1ezxa.crs, let an auathorized agent of the (2ulbin*fs d wil co.' trust for advrorcttI55 ir4idsee ovinye subscriptilons. Muee'r. MUcCAN & Alno., of ir St. cry. ate our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. Itver rising. Tu'x a-tlerj to-dry. Put tIp, or the s heraff '41l1. Money it tight hereabouit. Sowe of the folks are 4bual) al' -p Anal mhenayfltW~iW~he mror tie y find biu th ti w ay him self.LI Local d~r" 64M" W bQ 5)oet Ms iwnace court week as auy other time of the jesv. Jury wagfa4 ;ell row 90 to 95 cents 8u thobg' bueeOvdiug to bow you take it-casb or trade. Invalid wives and mothers quickly restoresd tob i t y *uhing Brown's Iron Bitters. A true tonic. We sell good beef and want good ruobey.lC· .Cparb.d pRgrumbling, "anId ul~t~~t(lWI~iSS5V)r About a.dozen car loads of ma chiierj.Lbro,4g eeat saw mill to be erectefftdth' 61dbf *...

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. — 17 March 1883

ST E COLFAX _____ ____ ·- J i -I"c -r 4i 4- Y lký VOL. VI. COLFX GRAN ..ISI LA, ATUT,?W.fr, $8. "__ _ __ _ _ _ .ý .ý .. .Mh ý. ..__. .._i~rr..s :i_ ý ý' 't ýLlY .,rd.ý ý I .....mak. býihiWmbhA - _U TIHE COLFAX OHBONIOLE, fr P~ublished Every 8etetday, as Coifax, Gxrant Parish, La., zE'. G. GOODW T , EDITOR aud PBOPRIETOR. *JE&2(j OF BCBSCBIP7IOS' Ocau spy, one year.a.......-.... ...$2 00 t). c "by. e1 l Authlit........... ... 1 25 Six cq.'ea. onte year ...............10 00 kY1aabl invariably in advapo.. SATES OF dDVEZTIBIYG. DI First iueertion n harged doubl prics rV'kW. 1 t. lot 2. 3w. 6r. tyr. Iinch... 2 03 5 900 2 ioqaes. i 202. 3 756 -9 1575 3 itoliw' 1 3 5 07 1 4 inpcuep. d 3T (0 8715O 25 5i it Less. 2 4 7 00 1 oflottmnrI. 00 9 1d09 JtilOtr9 i.4 ~ertloomcents $1 ppr square for asu first siucerttl each subsoquent publica oiu5 ents pus square. Htie cmsnWu ctktg epos a bjeotu of pn)e intereet ,olloated. bet no attention will be paid to amomyniues wuitea. Addrse: CIaUO)NICLC. Ce...

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. — 17 March 1883

THE CHRONIC .E. u COLFAX, - LOUISIANA. DEAR HANDB. Roughened and worn with ceaseless toll and eNo erued vmse no dainty skill. bad They earned for whiter hands a Jeweled ease, And kept the s unlovely for their share. Patient andI ty hbad the will to bear The whole arWoudes, but no power to I The lynsrs of ftf@e, thin ifts that pleasue, The ol d ems ta etb End so far. Dear hands wher bridal jewel nevernhone, Whereesno ever's hki was ever preed. ,owed in unwonted quiet on the breast I see, tmhrough tsar, your glory owlj won, The olden circlet of fe's work well one,] Bet with the shining pe of perfect rest -,State Parr aldlg. in AlttnUc Monthly. ( SUBIARINE DIvING. Tbse Pasners *s wPresto e a Peremous Vsemasoa-A Iver,'s Ieounter with a Shark-The Woelerfal Desaty 1o the seema Welr--eoevertag Tresurese 1.est ti he seep se.. Although the diving bell is said to have been known to the Phacnicians 320 B. C.. but little progress appears to have I been made in its use, and up to the mid die o...

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. — 17 March 1883

iandwruitug a fmee e a tIimA A gentleman well known in banking 'circles in New York makes some Inter esting observations and suggestions in the Exeter (N. H.) News Letter regard ing penmanship as a means of identifica tion. He says: "A good handwriting is getting to be one of the lost arts. The fathers and grandfathers of the present generation, as a general thing, wrote a handsomer and more legible hand than do the children and grandchildren. There is one point in penmanship to which I have just beoen giving some attention. It relates to the testimony of handwrit ing. Not long ago a man was hanged in Now England by handwriting experts. As a class, such experts ought not to have influence enough to hang a cat. And now it Is claimed that some Brus andle ?murders have been run down by ttelltale tricks of their penmanship. The headers of this little note may be assured 'that the writer of it knows individuals who can write other people's names so unningly that these other people can no...

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. — 17 March 1883

~ b H IY, 1883. d t ubscr p ,4n ndvanoee. J f lact({ stets tt ist is paid a ft , d w ca * 3iW diasge4ad SIM. A. A. . of Atlexandris, is b alt ,uthoriZ I (teClaltLx,and tl Wuil conaitraC ' £dwth 4 and re ceiveH ubscriplOt - Messrs. UMCA~N & Bao., of Moutgom- j cry. are our authorized agents. LOCAJL DOTS. r b E.,rich aud revitalize the bhaod by tl ueig Brown'* Iron Batters. Dr. W. oHb.Bkelew ims opened a store at the late resldenoe of Mathew ' Nugeut, 8ir, where he expeots to keep a gill stok of soouh goods as are to be found in drst-eless country stores We reprt rley much tp learn that a true bill wan found at .the present o term of cart against our old friend L. . Ho --It was a bill of $11 50 ft ..*iss ht y "*$ilk~ Torry to ALL Bq e-udge Daigre did not make bis .pl nracs at Colsax until the lseco of the district court term, bc i Mate judge, weighing j 10) pound d eooh quarters with him ou the 8th iLt,., and be bad to stay at home nS ifftis hitr bim for a few days. T a L ep71 d...

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. — 24 March 1883

THE COLFiAX cHRONI . un uau az r, .~ 4 _, - .. , - t.,-., V ICOLFAXG RANT PALIISH, LA, SATURDAY, MVI. ..*8. V V . . . ' THE GOLFAI CHRONICLE, N rubliabed Every Motuidey, at Colfax~, Gr~ant P c+-Xi 3h, L~a.. --su --F EDITQR fand PBO3EIETO3. 7l i~tt1 UP $/Btlllf'1IIlIGW.Y Oil. 4xpy. oio year............;K.. .t2 00 0186"S'. all uiuutb.............. 125 biz 'Oop'oi . one yser ................14 0) Sayetle invariably in adv aLn RATES OF ADVERMTI2(G. Di riree iwbertlon delurged daitbi. prioi. fliacs... U 2110.1 3 9100 2 laciie~.i 1,.2 5 3 I 157 3 ialiw T 5 1,7 I60 12 50 dI. 9~i9° M 25 E Sl$ 1 00 4'erY~e10 4, r i u quro for an fl ` a. egabý ý laft iea- 1 I~lflf ee ~aid·t nciity a o public i .oeriL nlioita4; but no 0 N to ataailm to olon curl &. .t Tjqqr e, . W. ff. rma4 3:a, T. S. er fa MR. t,,'PETEBMAN & TUoRPE, tkriu~LI is ingl IM "rBotoa in a)$ tkCourta of Loulsiina, et t h cd- reae,%1 0314, I t 4ticevula. .P.; je3 d 6m.st. jctclr I , B.8. CAMERON,. &'aIUIah 8w r.SS . 114*LW...

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 March 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - . . LOUISIANA. - COURAGE. Mide by stoe, aloses dad Sold wa ems, to fear a stranger, Ofmihe m t momease mdas oit of mo t and rstou oiatr Trme md with his oounwlam a. tes isoes 'msarked d aor, DAnd rallying ehv a madrelo Out of hs qughehaartsd valor, L2igtly spoken: "Yours afraid mTres my Mtad," wid blaneihd lps said hbe, " Ih ve fear as yeouve mow; Pat I stmi hbe, etauoek mad steady "Did you ever hear tell about Deacon Tanmer's quarrel with Deacon Twist, JoahusvP' "Ye see, Deacon Tanner was rheal pious, but his natur was dreadfully ar bitrary. He had naturally an all-fired disposito;hgh and mighty as though he wass Brih lord, and when he got mad I tell ye he was mad-no half-way covesant to him. "He kowed it himself, ad he fit I with it night and day, for he was honest 1 pious, and it done him good inwardly to t hey s real set-to with the Old Adam now I and them. "Natur is natur, and the devil in him beon' set tp be made over into a saint, I felt a kind o' m...

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 March 1883

The color of the garnet is blood or herry red; whenoa mixed with blue It poses into orimson and violet rd, and when tinged with yellow into hyacinth red; it is also met with of a reddish brows color, liver-brown and black, alo grmenish black. It oceurs in mass, diemi ated, In atr tragments, or crystallised. Its itive figre is the rh bodal dodecahedroan, which, when somewhat lengthened, presents the ap rae of a short six-ided prism, the Sof which are parallelgrams termi nated by trihedral summits with rhom badal face. Sometimes the original faes of the dmeoahedron etirely dis appsr, and the result is a solid bounded by twenty-four equal and similar trapeai una. Sometimes all the sides of the aimtve dodeeahedron are replaced by hexagons, whence results a bounded by twelve rombs and teaty-~our hexagons. Other more com pliated ageres, but which cannot be pdered inenigible by mere description, originate from the mixture of the two preceding modifcations. The asie of the crystals is sabj...

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 March 1883

61. bEa-far brniklt. TC'llD \Yi, MAR(-i 24, 83. Su bsoriptieitS a Year. In advance. L?_JsdliiW, dritWmfts uadt be paid j1 fur in edrene, .r te will be diacolMinhed /ter to Jire.M rillsins. d EAONTs. g Q4lowzm, of Alexandria. is , - hue(,oidLZsad .tdjre aimti5 see1t and re Ire I IA I & o., of Montgom ery. ate oar aethorised agents. g LOOAL DOTS. S. Diversify your crops. w PI±ut pleuty of corn. Ltt's have at more most and less cottos. Cotton pklating bas been btegaun bym a nuonberkt peson. this week. A beg wildest was killed yester day, by Mr. J-. Odum, nuesr the Darro bridge. A good medicinal tonic, with real p nernt, is Brews'. Iron B&tterha so all t druggist sa. . a Sandy Wilikins, a colored man liv iug near Colfax, lost his house by fire a few days ago. Eileewere we publish the trouble o of a preaober, Wooder if this sec- a co'ild not forw h parallel ? Mr. Arther Watson, of Couile, shot wud dageusdy wounded a colored man at thbt pla last Sunday igbht. i Leat. i$atrd...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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