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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 9 June 1883

THE COL FAX M: an f0t1mratiU gaurnlm, btaotb to fooal anb 6tntd Jth Iiera h it, ' VOL. VI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 9I8 UN 3. ..... clc Fv r nnr o oA v nvs tv~nT r ý1N F W (4 0 D S I .h"k rf, tL'la / ai &.. . a I" *k w M 4* O * * M M . Pa ~ - - mi~ra a.Lin w_ k m~- -- WS--N· wli;U a THE 00LFAX OHRONIOLE, NE Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -aT- For H. G.o GOODWTN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF BUBSCBRIPTION.. One copy, one year................. P 00 One coay, si mouths............... 1 25 tix colues, one yeasr ....... .......10 00 Psyable invariably in advasue. h LAB BATES OF ADVERTISING. Dry First insertion charged doable prieO. £aFe . lt. lm. 2m. 31a. 8w. 1 r. Sinoh... 50 1 5 200 3 00 5 900 9 nches.i S2 0 3 525 ' 9 1575 3 inches. 1 5 3 0 500 7 1201 50 4 inehes. 31 6 7515 5 03 5 inehes. 4 7 0t 16 30 0W Seoluman4 501s 12 t17 30U 52 00 1 olun 15 2500 .0 50 00it 0 All t atbi advertisements $1 per square for can, n Arst insertion; each s...

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. — 9 June 1883

TIlE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. It TlHE CONTRAST. A world of blossoms pink and sweet, de (Gnarled apple-trees the burden behar, Aulot+y carpet st her feet. er throne a broke garden-chair: Two auburn braids, two soft blue eyer, in Cbeeks like the bloesoms, sweet and pink; if Brown flngers flying b, and fro, Busted in dainty work. you'd think; t flut no! 'twas darning stockings. ft O: happy SprinK-time sky. 0! trees ni Prom ic Winter's fetters free. k Laden with young Sprtngr promises. (1! breeze that stirs so timidly. And as she weavestbe crimson thrsadp w Ihreams weave their web around her head. h Sixteen is blosoming SIpring-tme And maids in dreams may :ove and wed, P While really darning stockings. i iIxteen has dreams of Rummer-thne, A richer sky, a softer air, When rirpeas life to golden prltpoe, it When fruit is mellow,. sweet and fair. No more to serve, no mdre to mend e; The things that clothe her girlish feta. h Qeen o o one heart and served by him To reign. utech...

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. — 9 June 1883

kt* a X.A 3edst& e Yesterday ateras a $ tng -dy, wearing a look of lauelbme nupon her plac countenance, entered police headquar.- gep ters and glancing around from one to the another of the many les aseembled there, a if searching lor sue partion- dad lar person, walked up to one of the rest clerki and timidly asked for a detect- its r Nte. turn "Any par l .' ask the clerk. r. 4 :. : h "No, sir," w.s ly, q ml, half whisper. a. . ori "Pray be seated,' gt1 the c1erf, of- whi fering tihe lady a chair;- 'M soon as one grce comes in---I expect one every moment ---I will present him to you." dur In a few moments one .of the detect ive force, who Is noted among his brother officers as oaring more for his r business than for style And. fne clothes, stat came in and was Introduced to the young lady in waiting, and at his re- Lar quest she accompanied him into an ad- san joining office. Before stating her busi- the ness, or even taking a seat which the officer offered her, she looked 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. — 9 June 1883

SATUR u , ).S . a•" " , Lubscriptiot$2 rWtlmr. dvmfl e . pe bas rr"JudidsIduite .usete & tor in adrras or 44 wi4 he die'DaOi oi , ilter the flrt issrtione. ad AGENTS. oI b Ma. A. A. Goooiwis a AtEsýtinriia, is Or an authorized agent of tIbehtotIcL2r ,a) d will contraet fir a*vertisements and re- t meivre subseIptipg9. ; Ja Mesars. McCAIN? MBo.E3,a ,,i&!tom ,;i ,.r'. are our authorized agenta. twit too' IloCAL CTS. by -------- 3··--r=·----aDd Bay colored wild goats are n to ý lo plentiWih "tb ppioe woods. We w.tl tried some, and itwas eXoftlee. reel Our farmers iswell pIlaed s L the a tine setasesbbe doers of rain with- Ba in the past ten days. Corn is an as- vest ,nred crop. ." Ll[ goo.' , 00 Sa Ltr Col. C. C. Dain, of Montgomery, of reports cotdet 5I' tbtl St ,lay of May. 'Mt. Olarie Breadol. hiear Fairnount, "goes the Colonfit siM ,one better, I tr - handed s a mall the boll of soouttom.n 4tbh inaetat. Po "I, W. J. Tinon, Esq., has bough t he5 Conuelluaa tI WlHW#, ...

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. — 16 June 1883

, . ,. . VeItat. C F1, ,tbDt b .. . ,I at L .nb t A T , . 8-t. m, . VOL. VI, COLFAX, GRANT PARIS*I1 LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 16,1.88' .i 31 I vs ~~~w p)Ws1 I~ ,3I,4Ib I Wb ~' ~ 1 ZJr rarw S 'IWPI THE COLFAX OUBONICL~E, N Published Every Saturday, at Coltax, Grant Parish, La., -.T H_. G. GOODWJN, For EDITOR sad PROPRIETOR. 'TERM8 OF SUBSCRIPTIOY. One oopy, one year........ ...... 00 One copy, six months............... 1 2 tiix copies, one year ................10 00 Payable invariably in advance. A LA BATE8 OP ADVBETISING. Dr Firt Insertion charged double price. Ceta. it. Im. Sm. db. da. lyl. Sinlch... 1 200 3 5 900 2 inches.l 22. 375 526 9 1575 3 inches. 501 3"00 5 00 7 501 a 50 4 iuhes. 0 3 1 8 9 6 756 5 b inches. 2 7 0 00 C i oolutin 8 1 7 7 5 00 1 coh: a0 00 Al tler advertisement$1 er square for rn, first asertion; each sabseqent pbles- S( tion 50 cents per square.t Brief oommuniaatins upon subjects of ad publie interest elilited, but no attentiol - will be paid to onymous writers. 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. — 16 June 1883

TrilE CHRONICLE. t wi vii COLFAX, - - * LOUISIANA. th1 DAYS THAT ARE NO MORE. oi When many years have rolled away, nil When we no more are young, When other voices may repeat lo The songs that we have sung: When all your youthful beauty fades, th That Time will not restore, Some tender thoughts may come again, P Ot days that are no more. The soul rutelumbers to awake Alike to Joy and pain. H And every holy thought and dream Are sure to come again. The youthful heart, untouched by ars, Ph Will dream of days before. er The old heart lives on memories. Of days that are no more. There Is a Better Land to come Its gateway Is the tomb. O may we meet our loved ones there, Beyond the htdden i hr eceful I themep of death, hi or through his saent door The weary woe will never come l Of days that are no more. -Luymp J. BIa, in C#capo IntserOsama. Ai D1IAL VOAOE. N umlla s mseea t t w' ena va . li some Aer e s.-A Assem ame mae I to SGVrst as VtIrSateS crowd-W-e" arrcs tife Asalasit lesth b rew...

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 June 1883

Weuilt i1. The old sqatter' spik A ent San while dvi ag in abwn Haame to a very mudy, not to my b 7 ros, plasce in the road. eeng a old man sitng on a tease, he " Oat: "My friend, Tm bothered here." x "So am L" r "Well, then, we are in the same bot. p What's the matter wih youpa "Shot at a man." "Why does it bother P "'Cause I didn't hit him.' "Who was the mar'" "My son-in-law." "Why did you shoot at him?" '"'Cause I stole his ju, s' I shot to keep him from shootin.' "But, as I was saying, I am bothered 4- here. I 'don't know which side of the road to take. I am afraid that my horse will mire down. Which is the e est sideP" "Blamed if I know." "Which side would you take?" "The cheapest." "Here, now, no tooling. I want to know which side." "That's none of my business." The traveler, irritated up to the dna ger line, drew a pistol. leveled it at t the man on the fence, and said: "Jump t down and show me the best road, or I'll shoot the top of your head off." "Certainly, sir, be said,...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 16 June 1883

subscription q& Year. in ad Oon e. ['? .I'/;r ' l .idr4lficnie4t ,et a ut be paid y le,r , Ir ce rrl ,r. o fy wrill he discotwlitwel ie.r IIl firt inr,*lt b UtrT4. s MS . A. A. tOollX, ff Ale' lis, is N an antlori ze geof th eClltaNIrEI,at d a will contrnect. for uadvertisemaentN and re Mto s.1 MoCalN & Bso.. of Montgomn Sr, aie our a;nthorized ageunts. 1)CAL. DIOTS. . Corn is woais a And so is the grass. If thb rnl , keeps on mnchl longer it. is feorud that cotton will be in-' L. j I uIrj in and houseaeagtbtrboarded. C. H. tr Comnipton Jag added a galery to hisit -aloon. °6 . or . is is hbilding a it picket fence around his big boarding I h house. . i A Sunday School qt ntion has Ieen arranged to meet in Colfax on | lhe fifth Sunday in Julf. dl hris- k t Ian people interested in Sonday schools and all Sunday schools, with uit reference to denomiiqtie, are rnvited to attend or send de~i t~t --- b Mr. J. C: WVicklife is oiimi1)ig% t m'wny with the view bsu g thew minstured...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 23 June 1883

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. I ,ntouatric jurnal, btbatb fto tatal aub 6teral Jtnos, ,fitrn e, ti , iniur, tc. VOL. VI.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1883. $$ ,32. .......................r-- - - I ,n' . t.. ,,r wr,uTrma I '' W •mm e m in. 1 FPar  eI THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, IN Published Every 8aturday, at Coliax, Grant Parish, La., -BY I_ cl. GOODWTEN, O EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. T2ERMS OP SUBSCBIPTION. One copy, one year................. P 00 Oue copy, six months............. 1 25 bix oopies, one year ...............10 00 Payable invariably in advance. A I BATES OP ADVERTISING. D First insertion charged double pries e AM. i. Im. 2l . 83. in. lyr. I inch... 50 1 5 00 5 900 2 inches. 1 00 225 3 75 1675 3 inches. 1 50 3 5 70 12 50 4 inches. 1 31 6 25 15 I 5 inches. 2 50 4 7 10 165 3000 i colnuml4 8 0012 57 530 00 l 1 column 8 0015 05 00 0 00(50 00 I 1J advertisemente $1 per square for sac frst nsertion; each subsequent publics lion 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 23 June 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - * - LOUISIANA. THE TWO SOWERS. Death came to the earth, by his side was pring, They caiae trom Gods own bowers, And the earth was full of thelr wandering, For they both were sowing flowers. "I sow," said Spring, by the stream and the I And the village children know The gay glad time of my own sweet prime. And whre my blossoms grow. "There is not a spot in the quiet wood But hath heard the sound of my feet. And the violets come from their solitude When my tears hath made them sweet." "I sow," said Death, "where the hamlet stands, I sow in the ohurchyard drear; I drop in the grave wh gente hands, My Sowera goin year to year. "The young and the old go into their rest, To t thess that wasts them below; But I clasp the children unto my breast, And kiss them before I go." "I sow," said Spring, rbut my flowers decay When the year turns weak and old, When the breath of the bleak winds wears them away, And they wither and droop in the mould. "But come again when the ...

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 June 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. -A St. Louis Judge proposes to put lown flirting. "I shall," he said in o, dliscusing a case. "dismiss every case p wf woman- nsulting where it can be shown that the woman first flirted with the aectused." t -A Hartford photographer had posed a pretty country girl for a picture. is When he came out with the prepared 'plate she smelled the chemicals and rushed out, declaring he was going to -'hloroform her. -The word Laeseret, so commonly n'edl by the Latter-Dav Saints, is a term found in the Book of lMormon, and sig nities "honey-bee." It hasno reference to the deseit, as has been commonly supposed. -This country is enthusiastically c' spoken of by an English visitor as a t land where the reaper runs all summer. it lieginning in Texas in May, and some- i times earlier, the harvest travels north- h ward by steady marches until it ends if in September in Northern Dakota and I Minnesota. si -The Sohuyler mansion at Albany. .ow occupied by Gen. Charles Tracy, b is the his...

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 June 1883

Pbc Ootfa 4 rordcl. ,I cui ur: SATURIDAY, JUNE 23, 1883. Jul tubscriptlon 82 a Year, in advance. 7.1 IT-Judicial .Adrertiwcateat must be paid ofr in aUdlira, r they trill be disasetinaed ,iter th' lirst inserttion pb3 AGENTS. MR. A. A. GooDf*e, ef Alexandria, is ,n auithorized agent of theOHRONICL , an h ' ill contract for advortlealents and re- 08 c ive subecrijptions. des .Moecra. MCCAt &TBRo., of Montgom- am S'. y. are, or anthorized agents. in 1 LOCAL D)OTS. ma - the Extra fine crops of corn and pota- da3 toes will be made this.year. owb wb Mr. Knuotb, bookeeper and clerk eve f:,r KcKnight & McNeely, has gone cha to the city on a three weeks vaoation. s Grant is one among the half dozen abi pltrishes in the State which was not Pei represented in the Levee Conven- one tion. dri at We are sorry to learn of the death cle ,f the infant child of Mr. A. A. Dean, the of Fairmount, and extend to him our art heartfelt sympathy ia his affliction. « we A little Mises of aboft twelv...

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 June 1883

THE COLFAX CUHiNCLE. Smotratir lnurnal, btbzteb to oeaI ab Dureral Itbls, ifrratxrr, reintc, t. VOL. VI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 18834 -NO. 33. _' __ ___!--- - . - n .. I.. m .i I.. .. _I . ...i a I e, -d e T'HE COLFAX CHRONICLE, I Published Every Saturday, at (Colax, Grant Parish, La., -1Y- E 0 : _ OOD 3-T N , ITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF BUBBCRIPTION. One copy, one year.................P 00 One copy, six months.............. 25 tixz oopies, one year ...............10 00 iayable invariably in advance. A RATES OF ADVYERTISING. First insertion charged double price. CPAn . 1t m. lm. Stan St1. am. lyr. 1 inch.. 1 2 0 6 900 2 inches. 11 2 25 3 75 625 9 15 75 3 inches. 1 50 300 5 00 7 5012 50 4 iuhes. 2 U 3,1 6 5 8 75 15 25 5 inches. 2 .1 4 5 70010 0016 530 00 I colnum 4 8 0 12 17 7630 5 5 00 1 oolumnu8 0 15 00'25 0.0 00150 00 00 t)8hdu advertisementa $1 per quare for e first psertion; each subsequent publica tion W19 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. — 30 June 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. THI BAREFOOTBOY THA TDRIVIy THE CATTLE HOME. T" evening, and the round, red sun sinks slowly in the west: The flowers fold their petals up, the birds By to the nest: The crickets chirrup in the grass, the bats wheel to and fro. And tinklr-tankle up the lane the lowing cat te gro, And the rich man from his carriage looks out on them as they come On them, and on the barefoot boy that drives the cattle home ! " I wish," the boy says to himself: "I wasthat millionaire, I'd have a palace for my home and never know a care; There Is no wish that heart can frame I would not gratify. There should not be in all the land a happier man than I ! What foy 'twould be to lead a life where cares would never some, And be no more the barefoot boy that drives the eattle home!" And the rich man sighs unto himself; "My wealth I'd gladly give Could I live any other life than that which now I live Could I leave behind the dust, and glare, aad tumult of the town, And ...

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 June 1883

A Dramatic teese a Cert. A dramatic scene was enacted e terday afternoon in Judge Ferral's de partment of the Superior Court in the habeas corpus prooeeilings instituted by Anua R,.ider to regain the custody of her nineteen-months-old babsy from ('harles Buscher and wife, of ho. 468 Twenty-second Street. The statement of the mother of the inca-t was that the child had been left with the Busch era for keeping at twenty-five dollars a month, and that she was owing them some money on account. Mr. Buscher appeared in propria personae for him self and wife and made an argumenta tive statement of his side of the case. lie scorned the horrible idea that the child was kept in pawn for board. The infant had been rescued a year ago from a noisome den by his daughter, a young lady stylishly dressed in red, who was also in court. The mother was not a proper person to have the child. She had no home and no money, and was of a decidedly vulgar nature, argued the gentleman. "The mother said there ...

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 June 1883

SATUIRD),Y, JUNE 830, 1883. LuDnstrliption 62 a Year, In advance. .rJudicial Adrertieea.'nts mtat be paid for in adrance or they trill be discontitted n,/ktr the frl ins,lon. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. G,or,w!n, of Alexandria, i9 tl authorized agent of thieCJfRONICLts, and ,ill contract for adverti.ercents and re t: iceSv ubnsriptioms. Meo ra. McC.aN & But)., of Montgona ,.ry, are our anthorized agents. 1OCALI, 1)0TS. Cotton ro.ports are cheering. Red rtver has risen three or four ft ct within the past week. Stock raising is getting to be a !niding feature of industry in Grant pIrish. 3Mr. C. A. Pierson, on the Natchi toches side of Red river, sends us a full grown cotton boll. Letter postage will be reduced to two instead of three cents from and after the first of July. The district court which meets next Tuesday is expected to be lively. Some interesting suits have been filed. A friend in Montgomery sends us a few notes, with the promise of more. Thanks, and may they come often and...

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. — 7 July 1883

¶PH__00FASi ·~c . · ··.. ~~~-~ ie~rtc~~l$ D~et mt e· n ~·itertffi*--ru,--- --w anzu--iw·rr ie, etc VOL. VI tilA14 f·lui11 LA. i·I1W I dU 1 i:, t0r - ;i1T lii I IJJI*-..K>;j¶~;~ 'ITHE COLFAX CHRONICLE, T Pnblinaod Evlyry iaturday, At - If y--- f H, Q Gi-OOIDWYNPN EDITOR and PBUPRU TOR. EIZRMs OP S UC8(9fIPTi Or. One earpy, one year. ......a........$2 00 sloae copy, ,I nmnthe.....-........ 1 '25 biieouo8,s, nneyear .....a........-_.1 00 layable iovariably ia advanoc. A R1T3C8 OF ADVERTIBlNU. Z Flmbinsetion charged double price - sPa0l. it. 1w1. Vin. j31j.. an. "le. climb. . f 162(k) 60 000 2 ecboes k 214 3175 5 2 9 50 15 75 :1 incites r1 300 5 4750t12003 60 4ainch s. 2031 8 54715 215025 w iuohes. 4j 7t 10 lu 5414 00 ~colutao.4 $ 12 17 30 5 00 1 iOlOai) 1 (N 1 45 50( 3 04)13 1 t oluytnH ( 15 15 0 005 (k x terftkA advertiawwoatg $1 per square for co first inertiont; each subsequent publica tion 50 centas per squaare. lirlef commuanicatlons upon subjects of at parblic aptereat solicit...

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. — 7 July 1883

THE CHRONICLE. b COLFAX, - - " LOUISIANA. IN MEMOBIAM. Rl g out, ye spheres! ring out my mournful d And oh, ye groves, your solemn music lend To my great grief, in plaintive, sorrowing For be is dead, my Husband and my Friend I And oh, thou Love. the sunshine of my youth. Now lead thy strength to every note of woe, P While I in sorrow learn the bitter truth- The lonely hours this widowed heart must know. O Love. 0 sorrow, wherefore are ye twain, The rival heirs of my bereaved breast? Where in successive anarchy ye reign, Bach strengthenin each In anguish and unrest! The tones of blis whioh I was wont to hear, And hema with rapture from his blessed lipe Are siletnow! Where shall ind his peer? To me the world is shrouded in eclipse For dark are all the scenes where he is not, And tame are all the sounds without his voice; Pale Grief is now my silent, bitter lot Though the vain world should say, "Rejoie, But he has puased to purer Lfght above, And o I hold it sin thus to complain; With...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 7 July 1883

-General Hasen omplains that Con gress made no appplion for cyclone reports this ear. We shall probably have to get altog t our cycboes. -N. Herald -A whils ge Englishman be. questhed hiS twoe d terstheir weight in £1 bank notes ad one of the girls received 51,200 to 57,844 for her sister, over a quarter of a million of dollars each. -It took sixty-ve hours straight work to print the 50,000,000 rebate to bacco labels made necessary by the tax reduction, and the labels, when printed, if placed in line, would reach from New York to San Francisco.-N. Y. Times. --With watchmen on all sides," the New York burglars break into safes and help themselves to the contents. Thus far they have stolen none of the watchmen, but much apprehension is felt.-N. Y. News. --Omaha wonders why she can't pro duce a great actor or poet, and then turns around and tells of a citizen fall ing beneath a wagon loaded with two tons of steme and having a wheel pass over his bead without cracking his skull.-Detroi...

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 July 1883

r-r ý , r... In~ coo '- +I liter~ týj tss * I oo ferr' L.c )~,C >~'t .IM advance. __-- -. --~-- -___ day any 9.· C .-ý.i..Jwtr A~rD,1r4ie#U''i': puit 15r paid Friday ,~ti Irojn or .Mi r WISL4C d~Ij UIU~ r i r u. G ! it t tPi good o -rLE chicken - v. ýý (`\.R"~~'ir9a ii tefi .,,I it'lll)1.i7.r) ~rrvtcr tar.cfctaarwc' " it , ,,' r1.11 t-fir'ni ettt utilýatu, nutl re- and plc of a hti, 1ý,":!!1.iri ý(4. (\ 32 (l. n{`t",li t l bl nlll- un Mn q. (' &qE; bin rtfd M.,unhn 1 f . n<tr > C' A liE".. P if 8 g oneh _ r~ foundL I r·· Jw()Ctºýai r p($'Vt4 clt, ii, late ucl "Ilr. .1. h r$ 1s lai th liberal ftsmatol f eiLOu ; int the fic~aulr4* nh a~ r u r of baia Atore how to ianlidates for 41 divr lrut Weo:iha6 ire be *oaic tol ate. ________________ medic, V;j , roi t rate of ill lieha lv' ~1th. - eVNi tr,, ulud ,dith dis- filing 7andg9 cure yOi1· that t Tbhetii t*WM6a * attendecid fsh fry mias.' atl3i'OVfeSklt'e*% the Fcituih. :m- who - i~cr of cuaa4&iýllot improvcd the o' god p...

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