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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 22 September 1883

,1.%rati Surnal, btb.tb to foal an 6,.cncr.d s, t. . . VOL. VI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, S PTE i , Q ' __ _i I l ." - i 'iil CO3LFAX COIONICLE, PuJlibhed Every atuiday, at (Joliax, Grant Parish, La., -BY H G. O OWOO D -TI * EDIrJi3 and PRO IdITOR. 2 E/IJ l OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year ................ $2 00 One cop''. six mio ths ............... 1 2 I bix Col"es. tie year .................10 00 'ayable itvariably in advane.o AMTES OF ADVERTISI(NG. rirst insertion chargel double ptrice &PAc&. It. lat. 2u. =.. -t r. 1 inch... 50 1 20 3 U300 9 00 2 incthes.i 0n 2 2- Rt3 75 S '2 5I !5 75 :3 inches. I 50 3 00 5 0O 7 50 112 Oi2I 50 S1omnI8 15 00 25 o0 0 0 k 1'0 00 aO ) tIf hik advertisements $1 per square for first insertion ; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon suabject of pnublic inter-et solicited, but no attention will be. paid to attonymotus writers. Address: CunoNict.., Colfax, La. PROFESSIONAL CARIS. JINO. C. WICKL...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 22 September 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - " . LOUISIANA A BUDDEN SHOWER. The soo is tropicaL The rose Ias are ayo mouth to meet Fal Avoeg with thfragrant heat. Tos hslros roead an w ah An d h isper t parly. Ash themathe dr blet s The eamdow e- a to A mrtds mer.wrp s. eomote, sn the traebost - The peaostup saer o the storm! The dust grows ashen. as with rioh', And, rising. ree In phantom irm, And passes In onulsive Eight. With petulant sad ggty breaths The winds come walcag rhey may Till e'en the sunshine vfssys As It were whirled sad blwn sway. Badrefooted boys send up the street And school-1 r ala shf helm from the shawl out their eads. Doors ba and mother voloes can Are slammed. and high above It all The thunder grd artlouietas. And then, abrupt, the rein! the rain ! Smile at the troubleofhsp The highway mokes; erhoes ring The seattle trabwl, sad lank; And late town Iomeso Te trmer's horse, Isug Sank. The swallow dips beneath the eaves, And is his plunes and folds his wings; And under the eatawbs ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 22 September 1883

MISCELLAlUtUUI) -An Indianapolis dog lived five weeks without water or food, its faith ful and sagac'ous master having for gotten that it was locked in.-Idiae apolis Journal -The mowt enterpris~an street-car line in the world is run between Bil tings and Coulson, Montana. the fare hring twenty-tive cents, which includes two glasses of beer atCoulson. -Denaer Tribune. -The laborers employed near Al hany, on the West Shore Railroad, eat between 4,000 and 6,000 loaves every ,lay. Half of it is made of rye flour, and the other half of wheat.--Troy (N. Y.) Times. -Notice in a Hoboken ferry boat: 'The seats in this cabin are reserved for ladies. Gentlemen are requested not to occupy them until the ladies are seated."-N. Y. News. -A young English lady has shown what the fair sex can aooomplish in the severe sciences. She had been refused admittance to a series of lectures by Prof. Huxley on biology, but at last gained his consent, and has beaten her 2a) male opponents. -Tne portraits on th...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 22 September 1883

t s .ia SAT~JiDAY, BE EPi. 21, 1883. Sub cription $2 a Year. In advar.oe. f1JwdieA*l Advertismente mest be paid for in adutace, or ty cill be di ceatisued alter the first insertelo. AGENTS. M31. A. A. Oooowtr, eof Alexandria, is an autl,rised agsm of the CaafNitLK, SP d will co',traEt for advtti4ements and re ceive subseriptions. MeWaas. McCam & Bao., of Montgom ery. ar' our authorized agents. I4)CAL DOTS. Disrict court meets in kvoyelles parish' on Monday, Sept. 24tb. Thetax rolls are now on file, and the tine obr' paying tales is on Us again.. . Mr. J. A. Kelsoe has two of the bencbhs completed and some of the framing ready for the Darro bridge. J. C. Wickliffe, Eiq., has gone on a little tour in Avoyellee, possibly to souud the seffrglets thereof. for mvi. the4 1 was let out, but not a ii i has .s mtruek on it up to tbhi late dsate The wlf of 4aPd-A, 4 died in MarP it'6t the 1O e join in symwp th1 ,fryeads of Jadge Brbit. Hocnm. Jentid bas withdrawn from the contest for Go...

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. — 29 September 1883

Srmunrtf ItmI, btbofrb to Total anb a mtitrI seb3s -9Uflzfwrt itizitt, 3g,. VOL. VI.I GOLFAXI GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTE 2 1883 4 "__ ". - I - - I ýolY.d the .dmdi.itiam OIh!5WS4 T he W6fUL ~9V; A lw &ha ulý iihb;ff V t' THE COLFAX OHRONICLE, No Published Every tasturdsa, at (Colfax, Grant Parish, La., EDITOR sand PEOPRIZTOR. Rwas OF SeUBSCRIPTION. MCI One copy, oye...ar..............$8 00 One copy, sit mouths............... 1 95 ix colbeas one year .............10 10 Payable Invtlably in advance. l inch...i 10 2 00 300 5 900 2inchles. i oN 2 St 3 75 5 25 9 50 15 75 3 lche. 1 3 3 5 00 7 50 12 0 50 4 inchos. 2 0o 31 6 25 87515 25 5 inches. 2.B 4 7 0010 0016 00 i colnnma 4 8 12 17 30 6 00 Everbrn 115 2'O 0 00 80 00 were b iI advertiements $1 per square for d il irst insertion; each beoqoet publio- defy tion 50 cents per squ. Thei Bref eommunioatione upon subjects of publie interest solicited, but no attention will be paid to anonymonus writers. Address:, OHRONICLE, COlf...

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. — 29 September 1883

ip th w wo reu not tio twrh ttyak t o lat one ill isla A nd p ass her rather coldlU by , And never let You temper et T mastery of your tongue. Sweet charm or e mnaer, you wcll ind, While Svely wit and sharp retort May frighten those who come to court. --JTheme is s l dropped av. ayeder. tt T have always a--en p.t delight in ? common such a we see in the knows more ant really has more intel-o ligence ot altny ogether good humaak naitaes dai fed d so ora quickt with. offne The tof pettit of the bee is, indeed, what regularity it bual ds s-ided cells, She coufilled nwith a curious interest;i Abutd so her ovwe pers, oe that the bee only the pr si-ided-cell, and to saun And pss her rather coldlynew and unusua. tl hile shcannot, chn secret, fored or manner ofh. if that's the way yeoudo, m. dear. itsworkake warning while ou re younthe bee h Anvery d nhigh as aever let ou teis annoyinper eto pereive how dull he bee istry o your ton byue. himself. Swandet chaufferm of thonser ab you will hi...

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. — 29 September 1883

X1SCELLAUESUS. -Like the dog in the manger, the Bose is above kissing. and is always el ready to interfere with the kissing of Sothers. le -A man over seventy years of age i it said to be in jail at Penn Yan becauns his son, to whom he gave a fortune of b S40,000, can't aftor to pay a few hun- i 'dred dollars for hi release.-Troy (. I Y.) Timsea. -Oscar Wilde told a Liverpool audi ence that while of the'Pacuif coast of tl the United States he saw a seal basking V on a rock on whose back was painted G the announcement of a manufacturer of a tooth powder.-N. Y. Graphic. it -Headlines in the Louisville (!Corier Journsak "Murderous-A tornado steals fi l out of the quiet of a spring day and s< sweeps from Chattanooga nearly to the r Gulf a pathof death and devastation un- S equalled in the history of that section." v -Recently occurred in New York the annual distribution of $20,000 appro- tl priated for distribution among the des- I titute blind of the city. Each benethl t ciary recei...

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. — 29 September 1883

bce offr b far br tridt. SATUILDAY, SEPT. 29, 183. a Subscription *2 a Year. In advance. a tF7Judicial AdrerieateMts meat be paid for in drcasor, r theg will be dieoustiuwed l alter thle irst insertion a-,. AGENTS. Mn. A. A. GoonwIN, of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of the CHIIRN ILSR, a I t will contract for advertiseueats and re ceive subscriptions. Messrs. tICCAIN & Bio.. of Montgom.- i cry, are our authorized agents. L CAL DOTS. See the list of jurors drawn for n the November term of oourt. a Come up with that little balance you have owed the printer so long. Dooks and geese are flying south- r, ward. Their appearance doubtless 11 heralds cold weather soon. tl The tribute of, respect, adopted by the Montgomery Sunday schbool, on the death of little Ross Dana, will appear in our next isace. l Four or five stables and barn b houses hdve been added to the prem- a ises of different citizens in Colfax s within the past week or ten days. We understand Mr. i. B. Williams J h...

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 October 1883

SVOLmt Vn COLFAX, bGRANb o PARISHb LA., SATURDAY OTOBR , 188,3 " c. VOL. VI.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DOTOBR '6 1883. I THE aOLFAXO CHBNIOCLE, Published Every Saturday, at CoLfax, Grant Parish, La., --aT- ?HE. G€. o3D OODWr' IDITOR and PBOPRITOR. TRBKM8 OF atUBCZLPTION. Ote oopy, one year................. 00 One copy, six mouths ............... 1 aim oopiea, one year ...........,10 00 Payable invariably in advance. RATES OF AD VERTIING. th Firat iaertioa c double pris lo 1AP. It. a. 31&. Sm. LIr. C j . 1 8 0 9 00 11 Iabesa.1 1 31 5s b 15 76 '3 Iehe. 3 5 0 7 50 4 lnoebes. 8 6I 6 76115 5S 6 ir 4 10 0 310 00 1 oham o 1u5 25 00 0 50 a 1 000o hE ad.e4wammente $1 per square for a Mat iamartion; each sabeegaoen publics- de tionls osents per square. Britef eosaleations upon eabjects of Spublic laterest olicited, bat so staention wiI be pai to asonymous writeas. Addrsee: CaNowsoL. Colfax, La. I. PROFESBIONAL OARDB. IN. C. WICKLIFFE, L.TTO.BJt ..iT L A.W, COLAX, . L. B eem...

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 October 1883

THE CHRONIOLE. COLFAX. - - - LOUISIANA. TIIELITTLE GIRL OF THE"FBb8H AIR F UYD." Twas little she knew of the sweet green grass, With its wonderful wealth of clover, Which, far outside of the city's walls, Was spreading the broad fields over. Yet blue her eyes as the summer shies. And as sunny her tangled hair As the goldenest sunbeam ever sent To lie on the earth so fair. What wonder she opsned her blue es wide Whtn she learned, one happy day. That she and many a child beside Were to travel far away, "To the fairy place where daisies grew And the streets were soft and green," And her little hearto'erfowed for joy Of the glad thingsyet unsen. , Old Farmer Jones on the-platform stood When the train came in at last, And the little "waif" who was sent to him He clased in his strong arms fast "For it's never a chick nor a child have ~," Said he to the agent then, "An' just as-true as the heavem are blue I'll be good to this gal. Amen!" And he bore her bone to the shady farm, And he "tur...

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 October 1883

-C. C. Besynol Marietta, ea., had a eythe throw over his shoulder mad wa tidllg a mule. The animal, frightened at a passing train, threw eynolds to the arond anad the scythe tokhis head od-Y. O. Iea;O. -When a Chicago girl reaches the summit of Mount Washington, and miles of some of the grandest scenery in the world are unfolded to her view, she just gives little gasep ad exclaims: "It takes the eake1"-Esamge. -It has takea em. for thousand years to advace fro the wheelbarrow and the cattle-drawn or steam-drawn cart to the bleycle, propelled by man alone at equine velocity.-8pnssi -Mr. Edson has had all he wagts of phonographs. "The more I think of that phonograph," he says, "the more ' I am convined that it would have been a terrible thing to set a machine to work recording al, that a person said." -Thousands 4 dime novels were doe spobed in te burning of the Munro Publisht house l New York. This is t th first tim a fire has proved to be a teat parSe; hbet this "b'last" of r'.nsati...

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 October 1883

t QaoIfta E4arott. ,The adopte SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1883. `d° tion f1 subsecriptlon S2 a Year, In advance. "Th Thom TJgdicial Adeertiseeata muset be paid brighi fur is sadvee, qr they will be diwcsstrlsWl may after the Jrst istios. they AGENTS. nad Like t] Ka. A. A. GooDwix, of Alexsadria,. i is onl an authorised agent of theOUoaRnsL.s, s' that t will contraet fer advrtlseaents and re- this ceive subscriptione. den o Messrs. McCAIt.& Bao., of Mestgom- The i cry, are ouar authorltlnta. rie beast LOOAL DOTS. uns Mr. Jno. A. Wilglsa of Alexandria, Je boasts that he sell gesods sad grooer her tb atr lowfgnre as they ean be bought in gone the city. See his adver6seent. bride o*win to afrnm o matsrlwe are una- 1b ble to giren an eonat f oa trip to Al exandrik this week.t-8d ee it to a e hwe had regtal time and received manytour- whie teeese om the aitiens. Thenmewapaper > men we fbound clseve, and hbesam parni- for ularly impressed upon acquaintance with Mbt e luia%, the . proprie...

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 October 1883

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. tmAtratic rmnrnal, btboteb to oteal antb neral satbes, ri trature, titdhut, ,tr. VOL. VI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1883. 0 ' NO. .... - .f. I . . ........ ........ y p - .r- i . o oro " S * - - -o- . . .. .o S. Ol 42 The papers ol fAT The .nnu c I . - ( telr : I " . ' THE COLFAX 0HRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Collax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY 2-E G. GOODWY T , EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year............ .....$2 00 One copy, six months..............1 25 nix colies, one.year ................10 00 'ayable invariably in advance. RATES8 OF ADVERTISING. tba First insertion charged double pries lot £Pi. It. 1m. 2m. 36. G6m. hr. C Sinh... 60I 1 50 2003 00 5 00 9 00 2 inches. 00 2 2 375 5 25 9 15 75 3 ioches. 1 50 3 00 5 00 7 50112 023 50 4 lehes. 2 00 31 6 B2 8 75 15 025 25 b inches.2 50 4 5 7 10 00 16 5030 04 i ooluti4 8 12 5017 50 305 5200 Ei 1 ucmn 8 00 15 0025 00 0 0 01 00 w tM 1 advertisements $1 pe...

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 October 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, . . LOUISIANA. A LITTLE CHILD. rnoonsecous childhood's tiny grasp Draws us from business, books and art; Mightier than all the world, the clasp Or one small hand upon the heart. Of late, with lids that mimicked death, In fever flames our darling lay; While we who watched her fluttering breath I Could only wait, and hope, and pray. Pale gliding shapes and whispered words Haunted the hushed and shadowy room, Till the first twitter of the birds Awoke, and daybreak edged the gloom. I On vacant chairs and silent walls, Where lonely watches of the night lirow old, how strange, how spectra', fAlla The mockery of the morning lb hlt! As in a trance of fear we moved; Peril to one we cannot save, Peril and pain to one beloved, Make trembling cowards of the brave The dawn rose, pitilessly bright; The sunshine wore an alien hue; There was not any more delight In song of bird or spark of dew. How idle seemed the task that claimed A cold, accustomed service still Each worldl...

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 October 1883

"Shake's Telepheae." "I guess I hat my telephone took out - of my house," saia a resident of the foili eastern part of the city as he took a aval seat beside Manager Jackson the other the day. the "Anything wrong?" "Yes, eafrytings is wrong," was the ing doleful answer. and "Perhaps the battery needs more into water?" imp "Vhell, may be so, but I doan' keep. Pra no trick of dot. You see, I vhas down to my peesneis a good deal. In der batt morning. after I vhas gone a leedle mill while. somepody rings aboudt sixteen mes hundred times and scares my old salt vhoman half to death. She asks vho solr vhas der., and somepody answers: tog 'Hello! Shake, vias dot you? Say, :r Shake, how abou'dt dot leedle gal dot wrote you dot lettecr? Ha! ha! ha!' tp Und dot makes my vhife so mad dot bef( ,;he shumps oop und down and pulls At 1 her hair, and vhen I comes home she incl goes for me like some tigers. Vhas dot cat der right vhay to put up some shobs on not a man?" of 1 "No, of course not." bin....

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 October 1883

burn, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1883. sable, get wi Subscription $2 a Year. in advance. S'H.Judicial Adrertisemaets mnset be paid M for is adr nce, or tkey wiU be discontli~ed born i alter the first isertien. 18:4, Sparish AGENTS. maide Ma. A. A. GooxwiN, of Alexandria, is ried te an authorized agent of the CHRONILU, an A With will contract for advertisements and re ceive. sunbscriptions. She Messrs. McCAIN & BRO., of Montgom- pal oh ery, are our authorized agents. reman was tl that LOCAL DOTS. trand earth Corn is selling in Grant parish at ways i 50c and 60c per bushel. comfa Mr. J. C. Wickliffe and family ated have gone on a visit to Kentucky, to genoy mw be absent about a month. she e and a Rev. V. G. Cunoningham com- wafts menced teaching a private school in nun Colfax last "Monday, with about ofa' twenty scholarl. but ii Robt. L. Loukett is announced as a candidate for the office of sheriff in th in Rapides parish, subject to the Democratic pariah convention. of he mice C. H. T...

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. — 20 October 1883

THE COLFAX ACHRONiOLE.: ,, emotratic rmal, tbrbotb to Total anb cenrl Stns, ,itrature, , ti at, $griaut,z r . VOL. VI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1883. 110. 49 I I-- - - - I- - -i- - l - - - .I I I - _ THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, i'ubli-hed Every ~Saturday, at Col tax, Grant Parish, La., --BY I- Ga- G-00 DWY N, EDITOR and PFOPRILTOR. TE1.! I,' OF SI BSCI.I;PTION. One copy, one year................. $2 00 One copy, six months............... 1 25 Six coples, one year ................ 10 00 Payable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADlUERTISING. First insortion chnrgKe double price It ePAC'. I It.I h-., Ju l. 3:. 6m. l-r. 1 inch... 50 1 5i 2 00 3 00 5 00 9 00 2 inches.ii t' :3 75 5 525 9 50 15 75 3 inches.1  j3 e5 0 5 00 7 50 12 04t23 50 4 inches 2 t s31 6 s 7515 i 25S 5 incllhes. 2 ait 4 5 7 00 16 50 0 00 1 coluwi1 4 8 I60 12 50 17 50 305 00 A r1 shum:, l): 04,i o( 0 50 00 iftl 1. advertisemnts $1 per square for a first insertion; each ubsequent publica tion 50 cents p...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 20 October 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - . - LOUISIANA. ON 7HE BEACH. 1 clasped in mine her tender bhand. And side by side, with loitering pace, And pausing sometimes. face to face, We wandered slowly on the strand. We left behind a laughing crowd We felt no need of company; Ourselves, ourthoughts, the beach,the sea, The clear blue heavens that o'er us bowed, Made us a perfect solitude. Where all with peace and joy was filled, Where jarring fears and cares were stilled, And speech were interruption rude. So on we wandered, hand in hand, O'erglld to be to each so near, So heart-content, so fond and d'ear, Alone upon that pleasant stren.. And when our fdotsteps we retraced, The comrades we had left behind Exclaimed: "Well, what's upon your mind, Old boy? What faniees have you chased "While wandering slowly and alone? You are not wont to stroll away: What do the wild waves say to-day. By us unfanoied and unknown'?" I smiled. They could not see the hand I clasped in mine, the upturned face; Their dulle...

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. — 20 October 1883

IISCELLANEOUS. -Pensacola, Fla., has a new yacht club with the astonishing.name: "Saw Wood and Say Nothing." One of its rules is: "Church one Sunday, yacht. ing the next." -The price of a wife in Siberia is eight dogs, and some of them are con sidered dear at that. When the wife is dressed up the dirterence in the article of barter is, to all appearances, very slight. -A salt lake in Kenn County, Neva da, is very valuable and quite a curiosi t In the winter the lake flls up with water, and when the water recedes from the shore it leaves a very fine quality of pure salt.--Chicago Times. -Young Andrew Hall, of Brooklyn, whose mother is wealthy, has married a negress, and the family are endeavor ing to have the marriage set aside on the ground that he is a lunatic. But Andrew vows he is not a lunatic, and that he "would sooner loose $200,000 than his black Mary."-Brooklyn, (N. Y.,) Eagle. -In several States there are laws against selling liquor to common drunk ards. The method of posti...

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. — 20 October 1883

drt 6oIfar $gronidt. IATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1883. ama rave Subscription 21 a Year. In advance. Thi and a'Jgdicial Adcerisiaemnt mast be paid for in advaKm, or they will be diooeatiuaed C00 after the Arst inserbes. livil Coll AGENTS. fro Ms. A. A. GoonDwr, of Alexandriae, is an authoriled agent of theCnRoxIcLU, ap milt will contract for advertisements and re- The ceive subeeriptions. Mears. McCAIx & Bae.. of Montgom- In I cry, are our authorized agents. ft, t I I i • and LOCAL DOTS. ne Fancy candies, cigars and choice of 1 groceries just received at Nowman's. exp Only ten candidates for offiee are wh announced by the Alexandria papers r thus far. "th Mrs. Beaver, a lady living on hai Bayou Rapides, parish of Rapides, sta committed suicide last week by G. hanging herself. dat wol To-morrow is the regular day ap pointed by Bev. S. U. Whatley to a preach at Colfax, at which time he expectu to be on hand. mu After the(,long drouth we have at last been refreshed with a couple of showe...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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