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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 27 October 1883

THE COLFA N p pemtnatic rrmnal, ebhteb to Total a ened 0esn, iterature, tie; . VOL. VI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1883. - . 50. • • ...... ...... ...... . . _ ... . .  ,,' .J / ,,,- dl Cs ": THE COLFAX OHROIOCLE, Published Every Saturday, at01 Colfax, Grant Parish, La., -ax --BY- --. G. G3OO DW 'N, CI EDITOR sad PROPRIETOR. 2ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. M. One copy, one year................. $2 00 One copy, six months.............. 1 25 Six onies, one year ................10 00 Payable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. the First inertian charged double prtm lot of PraW. It. Im. t. 31a. 6m. hr. (lOf Slioch... 501 502 00 3 00 500 900 2 inches. 1 00 2 2 75 5 25 9 50 15 75 3 inches. 1 50 3 00 5 00 7 50 12 23 50 4 luches. 2 00 31 6 87515 0Q 25 Siches. 2 4 50 7 00110 0116 5030 00 &column 4 s 0 12 17 6305 5 00 Ever t Scolumn8 00115 005 0 0050 00 80 00 were etI. L. advertisements $1 per square for dfy first insertion; each subsequent publise. The tion 50...

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. — 27 October 1883

THE CHRONICLE. :o coRN twici COLFAX, * * LOUISIANA. sid look THE STARS WON'T WANE AND infa THE MOON WOf T WAX. Pw OI am a poet weird and sad, bug And life for mse holds nothing glad. cine Though I sian s songs as flame and Hare Over the wide world everywhere. has Famous am I for my wan, wild eyes, up a And my woeful mien and my heving sighs U a And lone, ah lone as a bard may be For where is the wome that rhymes with me? Cl I slig-and the lark is hashed and mute, way And the dry-goods clerk forgete his flute: to I And the night operator at the telegraph stand off I nanothers h harp in his trembling hand And rasps no longer the hip that halts lied and raw from the last new waltz, tom While ever I wail in a minor key. ] O where is the woman that rhymes with me? The plumber's daughter, as she reads my song, ] Sighsal day and the whole oight l hi era love like mine and a passion warm As te pulsing heart of a thundr.torm; for A the new gras widow. u v y, o, ties .kwia her ¶u she see to ...

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. — 27 October 1883

Wenderfel Drems. Some very remarkable cases of second sight, or instances bordering up on the supernatural, have just come to light, and were related to a Leader re porter yesterday. The gentleman with whom. the reporter conversed is a pruminent resident on the West Side. The first story is the case of a woman who lived in a small hamlet a few miles from this city. The family, whose name is Johnston, consisted of husband, wife and two sons. On awakening one morning Mrs. Johnston told her has band that she had had a terrible dream during the night, in which she saw her two sons drowned. She felt confident that the dream foreboded no good, and insisted that it would come true. Her husband only laughed at her, and said that if she dreamed of a funeral she might expect a wedding. His efforts to quiet her feelings of alarm were without avail, and for some time she was threatened with a serious fit of sickness. About two weeks after this occurrence, Saturday morning, Mr. Johnston told 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. — 27 October 1883

.e &aifar A ranictl. SATURcDAY, OCTOBER T7, 1883.& beg Subscription 82 a Year, in advance red stric F'7Judioial Adrertiseata*as met be rid for in adane, or ty e aW e diso dissa mac after Ae first teeurtios. deli the: AGENTS. ted Ma. A. A. Goonwx, of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of theCuaoxcL ,so a serid will coutract for advertisements and re- data ceive subsriptions. MesRrs. McCx.u & Bao., of Montgom- two ery, are our authorised agents. deb LOCAL DOTS. See $50 reward for the:recovery of Nor a stolen mule. h Taxpayers are coming in slowly to his settle their duea. Ges be 4 Thanks to Mr. J. M. Bhorer for a trio oppy;f the Robeline.. Reporter, the .rpt we have seen. Edit last day or two has brought out the hot overcoat brigade in full forc. ws The sheriff is summoning jurors mo for the next term of court, and the indications re thet.;the session will wh not be postponed. - the me The jail is being moved to the wh south-east corner of the court house eac square. Mr. J...

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 November 1883

• - .- .r~ °rul- ~I~·~ r~CCI~Yr.·- m~i i , ^·c,~L.·~~Rr-I fih l I ~ .. .... Fý s :. ... w ,,~ w a ,,w .g l,. , Im..l,'e1tw . y' ý .. - ' u, ý s G "+ . , ,,l  ',._ ..-. _ _ .. _ ý lll TCO LF C 1? -- , --.p p. ._ ,.'.i • . VOL VI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA,, SATURDAY NO BE. i~c ntactatur Iourm1, btboieb Lo %ota1 an 8~euerair~ b 8 % ~iferlhtur $Etieiu ;·.tc · THlE OOLFAX CHAONICLE, 'ubliibhdL ELa"ry nrliday. oi Coltax, Grant Puri_-h; La.. -trY H. G.- GOODWY5N, EDITOR and PEFPRiElTO3. 2 ElU.ll OF SUBSClI:.II'IIO.. Oue opy. one year. .............. ..2 00 One olpy, six llot:t........ ...... 1 15 bix cupls,,. ,one year .............. l U'J ka*yable invariably in advance. I'JATES OF ADFERTIBING. I'we, insertien charge. double prim. lot c',ACC. It. i:a. 2,a. .AV-..] t ~-:. 2 ilc.es.. t 2 2 2 :1 75 5 'J :t5 i 75 I ,,ches 1 5, 3 (1 5 ( 7 5V 12. 0 2J 50 4 insc e .I (N 31 t 2:' 75t t, t! 2 25 b ilches. i 5u 4 ,: 7 0t Io t1o.6 Oo50 30 00 4 nolaina 4 A a tit I 17 5 3s 00 Et S.-, 1 .aslin...

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 November 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - * . LOUISIANA. THE LITTLE QUAKEBESS. Browneyed Ruth.th Quaker's daughter, In her dress of simple gray, Walked beside her quit grandpa 'Mld the garden flowers of May. Deds of tulip. bright and iolden, afijcntha of everyasadc. Pansmes, like sweet ehidlsh faces Looking up to greet the maid. How they 6revlin the sashine, While amid oltmps d vitets blue l eall the awir witTh fragrance, Glsen still the morning dew. Then eulapoke the little meldee, Looki at h res of gray, "Grandpa, can thee t he reason Whk God made the bowers so may, "Whl kwe wear the quiet oltoer Tht thee knows e never meet, E'en in olover or the daisies That we trample under feet? "Seems to me a Quaker garden "True It Is, my little daulter. Flowerso wear notuthe r gray; Bumb new7 tonbor "Feeling neither pride nor envy, 'Mong their siser , tl e oowe Well content to be a daisy, Or a tll sad queenly roee. "K1 still the same old fashlo Otr ranmothers of yore: Els heow should we now the owers If each...

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 November 1883

leleinrag 1s Annam. The Xt. Tena ' GeaiUe gives an inter esting description of the army at the co disposal of the King of Annam. It is co reckoned ofmilly at 2~00.00 men. Of these, 40.000 garrson the Capital and half that nu r is assigned to Hanoi and the surrounding fortresses, Nam fn Dinh, Ninh Binab, Bach Ninh and other Pi places in Tonquin. The rest are ordi- ev narily disguised in civilian attire, and w are not to be distinguished from harm- & less agricultaurists. When a man is dressed in the customary vestments of to a Madras Coast coolie-a handkerehief ro and a bit of string-it is difficult at the di first blush to determine his profession. be In Annam, however, the matter is ren- uE dered comparatively simple. The law lo is, from every three men on recruit. hi Except, however, in eases of extraordi nary public necessity this rule is not A wcted up to: one man from every seven U* or eight is much nearer the average. The I selection of the recruits is left en- tic tirely ...

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 November 1883

idtAY, X10®. 88le. 8ubs@rlptkm. 2 a Year, In advane. t Vateial Aderius.aa.ts asct be paid for .ii adaoP,. or ey wll be discw>ftnued aflp. Mie fret iaertio,. ] Ms. A. A. Gsrtii of ileandrls. iV an anthorlied *rit of the CnfnoXlCLx, an d will contract for advertiaemaete and re ceive subserlpfons. MYors. MOS4W & Bso., of Moatgom- t ery, are our auttorised agents. LO(MAI DOTS. See ordinance relative0tp botcher's t license and selling meat. President Arthur has designased Thureday, the 29th' i November as a day of tbeot The mother's heart lap. 4th at I the baby's let 2tb while the father stands by and loke B9 and'happy. The balW has opened in Grant patlis, and candidates begin to walk gingerly and talk with glib and asa vity. Nee the call of the chairman of the executive obmmittee (or a mass meeting. Messrs. Westbrook and Carr have dQven two wells in Colfax this week, one for Clerk Shackelford and the other for:H. McKnight In the first they struck water at 42 feet, and in the ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 10 November 1883

F x : T HE C OLFAXI Cl-HRONKIhE A nu rafte mn•a, btbofrb to loeaI i.n 4et X -)I .tb ,, ittndur, ) to , . , VOL. VI.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY,: NO uia$B iv, i , . - , . _____ ___ __ a-- - - I~ f THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Paris4, La., -BY .G GC- (GOO3 0 O W: N, EBITOR and PROPRIETOR. !TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oue copy, one year................ $2 00 One copy, sin months.............. 1 25 Six copies, one year ................ 1 00 Payable invariably in advance. Rd T8S OP AD FERBTIBSIN. G First inserti;o charged double pri4e £PAr . La. 2m. b. nim. lyr. Llech... 60 150 200 300 00 2 inches. / 00 2 2Z 3 75 27 9 60 15 75 4 inches. 2 U0 31 6 2) d 7515 0Q 25 25 5 inches. 2 r 4 50 7 r0010 00 46 50 t1 0 i columin 4 r d 12 o 17 0o 30 5 52 00 ohane8e00 0l 0 00Ito 00 05.I adverttiemetse $1 per square for lrtat anertion; seeh subsequent publica tion 60 esnts per sqera W Brief oosanyunientions upon subjects ot public interest solicited, but no atten...

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 November 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. "SHE DOES NOT KNOW CHICKEN FROM TURKEY."` Helene is the handsomest girl of her race; She's an elegant form and an exquisite face; And she dresses with perfectly consummate Cram. But she doesn't know chicken from turkey. She knows many languages, living and dead; In science and fiction is very well read. But shi cannot cook meat, and she cannot make bread, And she doesn't kncw chicken from turkey. She can play a "Fantasle" or "Nocturne" with skill. Can sing up to ' B"-has a wonderful trill; Can write a good story or sonnet, but still She doesn't know chicken from turkey. She's been up the Tiber, the Rhine and the Nile; She's a painter in every popular style Can decorate china, a plaque or a tile But she doesn't know chicken from turkey. She's always self-satlsfed, graceful and cool; A crittic, both Just and correct, as a rule, And knows every stitch of the Kensington School, But sheadoesn't know chlcken from turkey. She can work a design by Len...

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 November 1883

SCHOOL ANl CNIUCle -A Sunday-school boy combated with his teacher, holding that the world er being round, could have no end.-Chi cago imes. ea -The Board of Missions of the or Methodist Protestant Church have pur- lot chased mission buildings in Yoko- gu hams, and intend to push the work in ve that country. m -Mr. John Wansmaker has added br one more to his many benefactions to the Youn Men's Christian Association sp by giving the Philadelphia Association w $60,000 to pay off its floating debt. The ru entire amount of the debt. $200,000, w was made up by other subscribers.- at Philadelphia Press. ar -No man has really got religion. as of the cant phrase runs, until it seriously cl affects the eye and ear. The religious I eye has had all the greenness of jeal ousy and envy washed outof it, and the religious ear listens only to the good to that is told of one's neighbors and is w deaf as an adder to what is bad.-N. a Y. Herald. no -Grace Reformed Church, Easton, T Ps., was called upo...

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 November 1883

QtS 4trarr1 &rratuidt. TOr i gent'" SATUitlAY, NOVW. 10, 1883. Pine' broth Subscription 02 a Year, In advance. and t g.Judiis 4Aserdesmefts-mast be paid on th for in* dvias, or Uuey wilt be diaootiaued at a q/ter the first isertfo. One - .'- 4 AGENTS. prayi Ma. A. A. GooDwNm, of Alexandria, is Willt an authorised agent of theCanoxcLUs,, of p will contract for advrtisements and re seive subasriptions. night Messrs. McCAUn & BRo., of Montgom- brotk ery, are our authorised agents. were LOCAL DOTS. rene' The first frost and ice of this sea- t so , was on the mornoings of Nov. 2d gene and :3d. gene _se___ nrem \c r~re told that wild pigeons have ing c been seen in great numbers within the a the past few days in the region of one. Nantachie lake. ed a ferve There was a dasee at the court house Friday night, Nov. 2d, and as Jo we went to prei we heard the hop has was to be repeated last night. ing I are Capt. Geo. C. Hamilton, the well that known 1ed river steamboatman, was see ma...

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 November 1883

TH 01A-A L gcmccratic laical, bb fa Total ano 6eneriI, JbS, 4k.c- , tdt 3t VOL, VIIJ COLFAX, GRANT PARISil, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBRti8 79 1 4 4-# mo TA1E OJLFAX CKEONICLE, l'.m:, iO.,n+d . ery .r "atluday, at 'oltax, ()1uaut P.,zricsl, I.a.. f3 GQ- GOO1.0DWYT, LDIrO±0 and YBPOPBiji10. 7 EHi. l Iu' S JUB.CIlJ'T'iO. Owe copy, e oe ear . .......... i 51 (cthe copyg. it tusuituo s............... ; siix coup'e*. 'rme ear ............... 7 5 'a'yabale iu'ari.aby ij ad'at,cu. , ITEI OF AD)'EIlTINIXIG. I'iraº iuaerti u .'haarg,'..I doubln prr.me - I- -:rAC.. , t. L-.,. .. I, . -. o i .., t . I inch... ,w I o 2 (l ;I 1+ 51 N9 al SI.e o, . I . .1 75 , I *,: .. s : 7.i 3a Is* 5 3IA~m~ t o. 7 .UI 4 U ;:.s 4 miiaic nU . t J -i u 2." tl 10 +, .S 15 Si iehe 'a 4 1" . 7 nU I, ,l ti :,U:t to U 1 a 'm.,, 't 1.1,-1., : I , l M - l. to i, .111.1 ulvest.sanuents 1 cr Squae f *"r fir't In'ert.,ll; twch 'nbameq.lt.t pubaic.t ti"in gi cents per xqutae. Driefr eOnlllrnni Iti"iot *ns l tl o tl  'ct* ,,' ...

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 November 1883

THE CHRONICLE. t spe to bui COLFAX. - -* LOUISIANA. a is LEAVING THE FARM. th So, William we must goto town, and leave the dear old place. die Your hair is gray, your form is bent, and wrinkled Is our faee; And wben I stand before the glass to put my I coliar on, his I scarme can se to pin it straight my ght is so near gone. The children say we're growing old, too old is for such hard work; And Daniel he will take the place-you know he's not a shirk- sib And that young wife of his, T think, is smart as a queen bee; She's ight of foot. and light of heart, and ea' good to you and me. They're sure to keep the farm in shape, and 8 not let things run down; But I'm afraid we'll never be content to live in town. thi You know slaoe Mary married we've been his thereon and off, ed And once I stayed a month or more, the sprlng I had that oough. Mary was goof and loving, and her husband de he was kind; But I got so tired and homesick I feared I'd lose my mind. n It wasn't lack of company-some 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 November 1883

L isk tO T tr araee., It is very desirable and a manifesta tlon of cautious wisdom for farmers to Insure against fire, cyclones, hail, etc. The small pittance required to pay the premium can be easily spared from the income of the farm, while the total de struction of the house or barn, without insurance, would seriously cripple the business of the farmer for years, and if previously involved in debt prove dis astrous. But the farmer in placing his insurance has many points of vital in terest to guard. Insurance companies, like all other business enterprises, or ganise and manage their affairs so as to make the most money for the stock holders. They have the most skilled managers of Insurance as officers, who will attend to their side of the question. But the farmer is unskilled in the forms. the peroussion clauses and long array of conditions in the policy of insurance, which in case of violation work a for feiture of liability on the part of the company to pay any loss in case of ...

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 November 1883

C.t BJlfar dlronitde. 8A 1' tt1) AY, m.V. 17, 1xY3. to S.Ubseription S2 a Year. in advcince. ;;; tb .JaJualicial Adrer:i.earct must be paid Nlo- ,x dr,.sce, or ilhJ will be diauoRtihued '" u :." the first ineis, io rl . - AGENTS. E ". A. A. Got DnwI. "f Alexandria bi a" a t.!" riz- iL agit u! t ''"fR 1 N LiL., 0' lill en,·,ra't for a1yvetiIUmeOts andl ro. 4 cetve nhcril, ions ms M-a1ss. MCCaNL, & BRo.. of 11onltAont- t ery. ' r" mor enthoriza d *atent. f I, C(' AI, 1)O' S. lhver on the ducine. c. ___ _ ___ Ti A light s:eot .ll ou Tuesday morn- A ing. 5 When you come to court bring along that little balance you owe the w priter._ ___ Af:er two or LLree failures to mole J< the j il, it hbs been left boosted upon z rolters, as though ready for a trip. Mr. Beard, f Alexandria, preached d in Colfax Wednesday night. Rev. 8 1I H. Whatley nAl preach fur us to-mor row. i We learn that M1r. Henry Grant ex poets to bring out the steamer Rog- i ere in the Cane river trade at an ear ...

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 November 1883

THE COLFAX CHR.O.N VL VemaCatic aunrnal, btbratr to oatal aTb nural Ibs, NiteratmBr, 24itru, 18 t. . . VOL. VIl.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1883. INO.2. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Puljished Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., --Y- NYEA H"E. G. GOODWYN , EDITOR and POPRIETOR. Pine TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIOYN. One copy, one year ................ $1 50 One copy, six mouths.............. 75 ii copies, one year ................ 7 50 Payable invariably in advance. A L BATES OF ADVERTISING. GENT'; First insertli n charge- double pr de -' - -- " - " ' - --- CPAl . it. 1u. 2w. 3m.. 6m. 1 . I inch... 50 1 200 300 500 900 2 inaches. i o0 2 S2 3 75 5 25 950 15 75 3 iaehes.l 5o 300 500 750120 2350 4 ncehes. 2 00 31 6 27 875 15 00.2525 I oolnum. 4 `A 8 t 12 50 17 5I 0 52 52 F0J 1 whunu 8 1M 150 2500 0 0050 00 8000 · -I:, advertfsements i1 per square for first insertion; each subsequent publica- Also a tion 50 cents per square. Witer Brief communications upon subjects otf ...

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 November 1883

THE CHRONICLE. tehoug herself Thel soberl3 COLFAX. * - - LOUISIANA. but aft and sh both ft JOY TO THE OLD MA.N'S EYES. waters Beside the oper window hair, f A gray haired man sat down, It W The railroad train that bore him spedl through the grimy town; had And everywhere, extended fondlii As far as eye could view, abiný The yellow corn and barley n And fragrant orchards grew. wonde Along the steely river took he t (;r.eat Itatories were seen, And tiny new-torn hamlets father Were nestled In the green; matn And sounds of engine labor Were rising to tihe skles, held 1 And all the landscapel brist!.1 l With signs of enterprise. ., The old man gazed about him said. And wiped away a tear. "Alas," he ghed, outhlotted Snow Is all I held most dear. I was The trees, the wood, the mountain, The prospects I have known All things that were familiar- when( Are passed away and gone." wish Beside the stranger loitered ayr A little shrill-voiced chap, t And dropped a small prize-package Into that s...

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 November 1883

FARM AND FIRESID sD --red wheat is coming into favor A with Western New York farmers. dry -Bones are valuable food for hens. Ian It is not very diticult to break and pre- the pare them.- C-1,ir'io Journal. tee -Occ-iioal burning of sulphur in wat damp' cellars is suggested by the To- in ronto (!lobe for the destruction of mi- at 1 dIvw. --The ('o-renmakers' Magazane says gen Sthat lard should never he used on a oni wagon-wheel, for it will penetrate the hub, and work its way out around the roe tenons of the spokes, thus spoiling the can wheel. Tallow is the best lubricator it for wooden axle-trees. I- f a potato has a lusty flavor of the go ground-- like the rough ancestor of re- the tined randlchildro-don't reject it at oice, but see if it will not Improve by o - k.eeping and be better towards spring. bes Our nicest potatoes were always apt to con be delicate in growth and uneven or but scantyv ielders unless every point in culture, nutrition and climate was in Y their favor.-N....

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 November 1883

,4 aolfa g ronii e. Tk The SATURDAY, NOV. 24, 1883. dren c eat at Subscription $2 a Year. in advance. our p4 their for is advuecs, or t dhe will be dieconiuda schoo] after the Jirst ianeortieo. people ing to AGENTS. Ma. A. A. GooDwxl, of Alexandria, ia place an authorized agent of theC s ioCL an parist will contract for advertiiemeuts and re- t ceive mnbscriptiont Meesrb. bIcCAIN & Bao.. of Montgom- of Mi cry, are our authorized agents. Mrs. LOCAL DOTS. 884 are w We are having our usual spell of educe disagreeable weather during district ly co, court session. emice Two or three parties have left the most money at the CaorsicL office witM Pie. which to buy jury warrants to pay ti"s their taxes, and we are authorized to pay from 90 to 92 cents on the dollar Th for the same. Jurors will please or to make a note of this. ordit MA-IIED.-At Big creek on Sun- that day, Nov. 18, 1883, at the residence ed that of Solomon Teddlie, the bride's fa- d 1 ther, Mr. George Andre to Miss Mary M....

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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