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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 1 December 1883

THE COLFAX HRON Scmnmati nuarnal, btbdtb to j0tal anb Qtntral R1ctus, Titeraturt, S ieltuc, ki#Irt, . .ý VOL. VII. COLFAX, GlRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1883. .... ... A,TI The Choice of the People I putihbes along the line of 0 N meNw go r *I4.s THlE CJLFAX CHRONICLE, itlttI).U,1Id 1"t, cr3 NI(I0 4131. at (;o01..x, Gi aiit PiAr'iskh, La., ---)iY -- 11h EDITOR and PRURBIETOR. Pin 7 EIMMS OF SUTBSCIPTIO'N. One cupy, Millh year ........ 5...... f 4)1,e etxjl!. six iLoo.tha ........... .... tjill cu'us, out year .......... .. 7 5i) 1 PaRyalerl inv.JriaBI in advaurce. RATES OF 4Dr-ERTfSING. GEN 'rtim. inaerti' u cliargel" double pr Ae I i 51:... 511 l v 7w k 3 (3i1 5 Zf C 2iu·,es. It iI, 2, :l75! 5u.: U 511575 :3i 'llai 1 5: 3 ti(' 5V0 7 5i 1lt t.i 50 4 auetts tki .4f 16 5 ti 75!~ 1') A) -i 25 5 inclhes. Y ;14 4 7t.,It) ttii 5O'JU 04) I c1tnuiuw4 5' t tItMu 17 501405 it oi5 () 1 .4dnntIiditna 1...15 4i dc (Al (. ' I& ;t) ,P51o 04) JIll I. Advertlaetzinta %1 per hquH...

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. — 1 December 1883

THE CHIRONICLE. d ti COLFAX. - - * LOUISIANA. t THE HAUNTED HOUSE. The house was haunted. All who saw The frrequent sign: "To loet," said so, And families did oft withdraw Their goods and chattels. That I know. h And yet it seemed, if awe bereft. A spot which ghosts might not invader So when the fnal tenant left. o 1 flatly osme to him and said: "My frited, you seem with care oppressed, fi And moving is a last resort b Do goblins here disturb your rest? Is thisa haunted house, in short?" b He said-and as he spoke he frowned: ,"You siesosd it. That's the bother here; .I by a plaguy souMnd, the head and frights the ear. "I've hunted up this phantom dire, I1 I understand the horrid din. One neighbor's Just rot in the choir;: The other's learned the violin." -N. Y. Journal. n Is CHINESE COOKS AND PEDDLERS. A year in no other place can afford r more amusing incidents than a twelve- F month in Utah. Mormonism is the first b object of interest to strangers, but it is too serious a subject ...

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. — 1 December 1883

IISCELLAlEUHSU -A Kentucky housewife glories in the possession of a wafe-iron made by fot a nero blacksmith in 1760, and which 7 age has not withered, as it still turns out waffles with the date of that year foi imprinted on them; all of which is too se( waffle wonderful to be true.-Louitsville w Courier-Journal. --J. L. Lewis, of Putah Canyon, tal Cal., has killed a squirrel that was To snow-white and had pink eyes. The ma squirrel had often been seen in that vi- Pb cinity, and one man said that he had spent three months in trying to cap- wi ture it, as there was a reward of sev- wi enty-five dollars for it alive. tol -A professional athlete named Ed- IM ward McGlinchy died in Philadelphia the other day from the effects of over- tot training. He wore himself out with tin dumb-bells and heavy clubs, and con- an -umption claimed him for its own. Heo ot was only twenty-eight years of age, pit put he had won a number of boxing bu and rowing prizes.-Philadelphia Press. am -The Livingsto...

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. — 1 December 1883

¶m m mmn  . ---.. - Qt taffai 4lrsItirte. SA EUItDAY, DA)E. 1, 1883. ad ý --- Ja Subscription 62 a Year. in advance. W, lal 'JJIiciail AdrerIiseaments mdst be paid fa ien edr.,,rc, or Ikeg will be 'disolia sed afIer the first inr54 1tioa. AGENTS. wi MR. A. A. GooDwis. of Alextandria, i4 an an a'tt horiz.dl aputof the( %ntbt.U, au n will r.tratct ttor avertia.eUmnts and re ceivo albscritl ,onz s. MNtssr. MICC'As & uato., of Monetgoin ery, are our autlhorized agonte. S .----.... "~7-. _ to LOOAL, DOTS. Everybody ctnm out to the mass mleeting next hSatrday. w] Thanksgiving services were held in cc Colfax Thursday night by Rev. V. G. Cunningham Qiarterly meeting for Colfax and Montgomery circuit will be held at ax Colfax, embrtcing Satarday and Sun- C day, Dec. 8th and 9th. at The latest State campaign news is w to the effect that honors are easy as & between t.e administration and anti administration men, with about 70 w delegates oeaih. b Cotton ruled in New Orleans at Pi 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. — 8 December 1883

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE Santmcrattic foutrnal, bebotcb to TFtal anb fencrat Sfetus, iterature, aeienct, $gricutart, ftc. VOL. VII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1883. INO. THE OOLFAX CHRONIOLE. INEW iOODS I . A T VAVTTD in~J I The Choice of the People THE POLITICAL OUTLOOL WI Wmtabotkhd ~od THE COLFAX CHRONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at Coltax, Grant Parish, La., ---iY-- I-. GC. GOODWYTr, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year ................1 0 One copy, six motss. ý......c...... 75 six ao jo. ...u.......... . 50 P.i. lnvalibly in advaneo. A 5l4rS dI'ADVERTISING. I First iaklirn charged double pr a 8?AP. It. Im. Sm. 3r,. 6m. 1 r. Sinch... 501 2 00 3 00 500 900 2 iaohes.I( 00 3 75 6 25 9 5015 75 3 inolches . 1 6 00 7 5012 01,23 50 4 i.ches2 0031' 6 8 751 5 S2 6laes. 2 4 507 10 16 60 3000 a oolum4 ! 8 0t 12 17 3U J 52 00 S0 15 5 0 50 00 000 - .-'. advertisement $1 per square for Ca first Insertion; each subsequent publica 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. — 8 December 1883

THE CHRONICLE. b COLFAX, - - * LOUISIANA. t WHO WOULID STAY: If we could go some day Before Age claims us for his prey, Drop out of all this strife That we call life, And without coward fears, Or fainting flesh, or wasting tears, Find suddenly the land Of all our dreams, and stand There, face to face with treasure lost, The friends whose dread departure coat Our souls such sore distress. Such agonies of wretchedness If we could go like this With consciousness of bliss Set full before us, who would stay To liager on the way Through weary yea by year Till time was rip and sere. With length of days and loss t But set upon the cross Of mystery and pain We wait and wait again, Perhaps through threescore yeare Of doubtling hopes and fears, And at the end we say: "Ah, what a little day Of joy is life, and long, oh long Tie day of pain." Then from the throng We drop away, while others sigh, Bending above our clay and cry As we have cried: "H hy should we wait like this In darkness and doubt...

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. — 8 December 1883

PFAR AND FIRESIDE -An acre of land will produce a ton of beet sugar.--Eseaage. -A novelty used in house decoration Is velvet made to represent alligator skin. This is effective as a covering for pedestals for statuettes and stands for vases and clocks. -Grain that is threshed very early needs to be looked after frequently, lest it heat in the granary. If there is any doubt about its being dry enough it is better to wait until cold weather, when no injury from beating is probable. Chicago Journal. -A prominent Californian, who has fifty ares in the raisin grape, says whenever grapes become unprofitable for raisins he can make money by feed ing them to hogs. He contends that grapes will fatten hogs faster than any other known food-from two to three pounds per day. -The horticultural editor of the Ru Sral Home says black raspberries can be produced cheaper than any other fruits because they will grow on poorer soil, and can be cultivated largely by horse; then picking can be delayed lo...

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. — 8 December 1883

3t oalfifa O!4rounil.j To I SATURLDAY, DEC. 8, 1883. C Subscription $2 a Year. In advance. full --- hav irJadicial Adrertixemeaat mult be paid me for is adruacne, or they will be discali.alttd after the fires insertio. suc] AGENTS. pri Ma. A. A. Goonwat, of Alexandria, is I hi an antwhorizued agent of tbeCHRtONIcs, at Lad will contreet for adverticmemuts and re- I vu ceive subscriptions. moe Mears. M'CAtI & HBuo.. of Moutgolm- gen ery, are our authorized agents. por Iflaw LOCAL DOTS. r Wh o shall be ou BattA or? ega Ooly thirteen daose'lapsed beteen na the commencemlnt of the terms of sa district court in Grant and Avoyelles no parishes. IN that a legal term ? The Jesse K. Bell discharged all her frei;ht for poiuts above Colfax to o the Cornie Brandon, and, after tak- The ing on about two hundred bales of I cottqp, returned to the city. the the The administration organs claim wel Grant in the estimate of their strength. Let us elect two delegates. J for Nicholls and show them ho...

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. — 15 December 1883

THE COLFAX CHRONLGCLE , Vnmocratic oDtLnal, bRAbott to ocaI[ anb LtcraT A cDs, D Citrtu, c itr, 18tici turt, tOc. VOL. Vll. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1883. NO. IrI - l ! . P.i. I flasS dIi Your com- ito- .O " T'iE COLF.X CHRONIOLE, N i'ub!i.ºh4ec !elry ,at:Lusly, tat (Coliax, (l };at P iris 1i, I.3.. ---- J, y For H- a-- - GOODWYZi', EDI'OIi and PROPi.1iTOR. 1 E;.i.'.P oF S U k&L II'I I ON. o u pt.;, o) Ie yeari . ...........--....- $1 5 )O , six uno:. t! ........ ....... 70 Sit s oi,' e. ,,ue \ ear . ....... . .A 7 5, 'a.alble iivari:' ly iu advaiice. A L IlA TE OF .d4Il ETISING. DI jirs' in'se t i charg .l dlilth pr .e .tt 'AC It. .. . l ". I inch... G I 5v 2 t 3 01 5 0(10 9 00 2 inc .*e. l t 2 2 7 ,5 2.-, i 5U0 .1 75 3 ,c.cs i1 5, :31 t0 5 tl 7 5O 1Y t i2 50 4 Ie isto 3' 6 2' 7:.l: , I) 25 25 - iinclieti. 5J4 4 I:' 7 1 i t1 t,! 510 I 0 3 10t 4 unlit ii 4 l1 )" 01 12 ' 17 5u;S . 00 11thl i. l -,lveit-cl l.tits, 1 pt r ·qr: ie Ir (A fir-t In~orlti...

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. — 15 December 1883

THE CHRONICLE. d COLFAX. - * LOUISIANA. ' THE LITTLE MESSENGER O0 LO VE. Twas a little sermon preached to me d By a sweet, unconscious child- c A baby girl scarce four years old, With blue eyes soft and mild. It happened on a rainy day; I, seated in a car. Was thinking, as I neared my home, Of the continual jar And discord that pervade the air Of busy city life, Each carin g but for "number one," ' Self-gain provoking strife. The gloomy weather seemed to cast On every face a shade, But on one countenance were lines By sorrow deeply laid. With low-bowed head and hands clasped close, t She sat, so poor and old, Nor seemed to heed the scornful glance From eyes unkind and cold. I looked again. O, sweet indeed The sight that met my eyes! Sitting upon her mother's lap, With baby face so wise, Was a wee child with sunny curls, Blue eyes and dimpled chin. And a young, pure and loving heart, Unstained as yet by sin. Upon the woman poor and sad Her eyes in wonder fell, Till wonder changed 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. — 15 December 1883

mISCELLANEOUS. -The papers are asserting that Mount Evarts, in the Yellowstone Park, is named in honor of Secretary Evarts. Mistake. The mountain is so named in honor of Mr. Evarts, of Philadelphia, one of General Washburne's explorers in 1870, who was lost on the range and stayed lost for thirty-eight days.-De frost Post. -The main trouble of the Mexican Boundary ('ommission, which has fin ished its labors, was in finding the 1 United States monuments and deter mining whether they were in proper position. The natives had put many of them to queer uses. In one place a monument had been used in construct ing a chimney, against which nestled an adobe house.-N. Y. Herald. -It is five years since H. B. Cook, of Dallas, Tex., left his home to visit New Mexico. His friends did not bear of him again. Recently a party of tourists at the San Carlos reservation found fastened to a tree a key-ring medal with the name "H. B. Cook" engraved on it, and under it, carved in the tree: "I am lost, lo...

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. — 15 December 1883

:.. the taffr Qobrx t rronicle. n SA'tI U D A Y, DEJC. 15, 1 83 w B.uDscrip:ion s2 a Year. in advance. ['.J.dieal Jdrertisemen.ts. m~t be paoid tL for in :deance, or they will be disco,,iinued after the first insertion. A"fiBTS. u Ms. A. A. Goo ..of A:exandria, i, an author.ized agout' Cur)sx . ict., ir' d will cnintract for ad m.|v +eata and re serve subscriptions. ill Measrs. \IcCAiN & BRO.. of Montgoin ery, are our authorize d a.cnts. to I .-- T- ti; LOCAL DOTS. Tax collector has collected $4304. Only room for three moa the m candidates' column Who ia4, ni Gillie Haduot is said to beying at the point of death, on Clear creek in this parishb. On account of the lengthy political proceedings on first page we have had to crowd out a good deal of in- a teresting matter. Read carefully the rules under i1 which the primary election is to be held, and let every Democrat be thor- di oughly posted as to how to proceed ' when the 5',h day of January arrives. hi Geo. R. Marsh shot Richa...

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. — 22 December 1883

Sgimcratic journal, b tD to Intal aud 6tnral Scb, Titraint, ,Stienu, !40niltart, 4,tc. VOL. VIl.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22,; 1883. 1$0. I .. '. A . ". all T w THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every iaturi(lay, at Coltax, Grilant ParirtI , La., -i-- F- H- C!_. GOO;DW'N, EDITOR and PROPELTOR. 2 EKRIS OF SCBSCRII'TIO V. Oue copy, one year. ................1 50 One copy. six nuosltali............... 7s Six oOptts. one year ................ 7 5 'ayable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADFERTISING. First iaserti: n charge.l double pr .e erPA. It. I u. tu. .1 -r. I inch... 50 1 r5 2 Wo 3 W 9000 2 icuea. * D 2 W :t 75 5 : 2& y 50 L5 75 3i ancies i 5o 30o 5 0 7 i01 6 50 4 iucjct_ 21 I J 6 25 d 7515 Qj5 25 6 ihelrs. 2 5 4 ,' 7 0010 tM, I; 50 30 00 Scoluzua 4 5I t 1" 5 175 50 :3w5l 00 l isum18 u 0 015 hl5 t 00 0000 I0 ilc - i'. advertiseeentu $1 per equare fur Afrst a nertion; emach 'ubsequent publioc tion 50 cents per square. Brief commnnicationis upop subject, 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. — 22 December 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - . LOUISIANA. DEFEAT. By bitter pilgrimage be sought to win hose, far dim towers that he would roam within. Through paths of peril, loud with dying groasn, Down chasms of failure, white with human bones, Fast brakes of treachery, whence the tiger I spru ng, O'er swamps of envy, where the scorpion stung, His eager feet pressed onward to attain The luring bourn of that desired domain And there at last, worn fugitive of fate, I lie clutched the mighty clarion at the gate. A moment more, and while its proud peal rose The towers would rock, the portals would I unclose- But then, even then, by some foredoom pro founld, He dropewd dead ere his lips had waked one sound! -Edglr Fawcett, in Harper's Magazie. a COURTSHIP. Courtship, like most other matters re- 1 lating to love and matrimony, may be eaid to present abundant scope for ec- I centric and original developments. It t is a course of proceeding which is regu lated by no fixed principles or general I formula;. T...

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 December 1883

ISCELLLAWTEOUS. -n1 twenty-two years nine police men bavr, been murdered in St. Louis. -8t. Louis Post. -The New Orleans Council has granted the use of the upper city park for next year to the World s Exposition, and appropriated $100,000 to embellish the grounds and erect a horticultural hall.-N. O. Pscayupe. -A sparrow under a full head of steam collided with a merchant the other day as he was briskly rounding the corner of an old wall in Louisville. The bird's bill entered the corner of his eye and destroyed the sight.-Louis will Cour4er-Journal. -The Philadelphia Call has the mis fortune to know some men who are so superstitious that they never expend money on Monday, Tuesday orWednes day, always decline to see creditors on Thursday or Saturday, and never un der any circumstances pay a bill on Friday. -The walnut tree which served as a whipping-post where deserters and tories were punished during the Revo lution still stands near Fishkill. The iron rings to which the culprits we...

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 December 1883

heicd, a .;ATO(DL)AY, DEC. 22. 1883 ought iabeaa Subscription $2 a Year. In advance. I''Jsdicial Adadertfieaets mAet be paid for is adenle, or the trill be diacontisued flier the firiL iusertio. The Mount AGENTS. ed to MR. A. A. GoonwC, v, of Alexandris. is Octobe an anthoriz'Id agent of theCl~nslcl.E, n' miles will oontraet for advertiseiments and re- this st oeive aub.eriptions. nes t Muoers. McCAIs1 & Bao.. of Montgoin- agreen cry. ore our authoriztd agents. Dec. LOCAI, DOTS. ":.erry Christmas" to all, and a "happy New Year," is the CaaoaucLu's greeting. Ssasaomais Cowavrrs o.-In accord anoe with an agreement with the chair- M men of the central executive committees of Winn, Cataboula and Grant parishes, the time for holding the convention to nominate a Senator for the 24th Senato- t riai district is fixed for Thursday, the 17th day of January, at White Sulphur springs, Catahoula parish. Cotton ruled in New Orleans at the close of the market on the 19th at the following fi...

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 December 1883

" ! '' r -º- ". ..,..... . r v ;P ; * 4r 4 r. 7 r . rn,ýýztxýx , auntl, Db b to ,oar l Mow Ir bas, Yi rtr, %titncr, nrl rr. qtr. ..  . ... VOL. VII.} I T PAI IS A , LA., SA URDAY, DECEMBER -9,91883. , :,. .. THE GOLFAX O4NIOLE NEW GOODS I jfa JextiL' d'wtIe to > ý n Pu bjiukj0 ~rS' .Lth1tay. . 1i - DSI 'rTiE OOLFAX OHaLNIOLE, Publiie..l Ever.tery .wtrtiidy, at (Joitax, (h ant lkui :3ti, La., EDIOPO . id PROiAj TO3. 7 I ILWs UP ( UIAk' SBSCA1PTW l:n: rop:y', oic'. ear. . 5 Si tX sL4Sj 4, lte year - i 5 F'uyaile invariably ii udv.ulec,* ROTES OF 4DVPEkTTySIVC. Iira. iueerti: ai cilargc.1donIe pr a LpACM. lt..i -. . I. ? Iinrh...n 1,u 2W4cJu 50 W9u0 2 it.o La .e t *i" 3 :4 05' 57 5 if1 5 75 3 !,cluer 15 3 00 Uº 5 l i ,; 5U 4 incu toe t 31 0 Y. d 701)5 I52 1 iters 2ft45 7'rll U5;0 ! esln t :V n&,(Y51.11 W ., 59 > `aln a t 16 3 t t )t U 0 Ut0 :hll i . edveetulkwuont i t per rnqutl.e f,r lir:t t n garnn ; reach 'ubeteqicait pauLliet tij1 !of cenhts per agnare. Itriet rommuni...

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 December 1883

1C ! ti1,.rotu-- Re p _ _ _ _ _ - 1 tII Sfor Ibe I Subsorlption 82 a Year In advance. for te I Juiadicial Adrerinemeseta me t he I1oaui Vi fo. ia derKrce, or they rill be dieco#lirWaM a/teº the nrst insertioe AGENTS. TheI Ma. A. A. Onpnwtfa. of Alexsndrit. iI wb cb w an i thodsn gut of thetl(:et ,.SlcLtt*s'" M, not P1 wi *onfrwv't't; r alvertihements and re- red t" ot oeive "u|,ri'ilof. S lctlb,.r. bstois;tn & Ato.. of fonago- nt ilPes eay, are .nr authnid ' agets. his w"-ua - · -t t t for ,O C A I DOTS. . a5tU CI 'pe;im rv ..irectii,n nst .natrdJy. 'b'eO fik·(rj--le Seg i'.g 1achiie $ fq ,.ale, oietp for cteh. Apply at tpm CaeoltOs ofti e. ¶jb tneae night the young folks an orderly and well.attended See at the eonrt honre. The Alesaodria Town Talk now is ame a 'daily and a weekly paper. The energy fim plouk 'of italopair a deshrse to.succoeed, . it u oerw*a to dor o. $1 'Those who act.d aiatd winter have not proved tjimselves to be go* peopbete so fsr/ We have eel lots mse...

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. — 5 January 1884

4 -1-1 1- 01 w migs 4 r tl~fw oita,~tf~I iand aub 0tneu*J {{Lus 1'~ ur C b t} VOL. VI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUAT18 THE OOLF NEW GOODS f . b. AAh I;NWGO S A VT. ITT M vI Deeie S 1 GOO pY. - - - Z 4PAW ansan r n 2 AMIN" as, age ARe S eH esS #. · · Iinb....l ,i 2I I Il l l M I A Ig s.I .~* ioe t bl an IM p : rU m LA.eaoi~ 4,Qes~F ~. I ·N. *`Cl ;ri 4· 4 f -s~lpiia-··~;Y~ u ·~;S LE, NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! La , For the Fall and Wister Trade. ow being remelved by 0 0 . W. BOLTON, P760 PsW parr.Ls. ,.. A LARGE AXN COMlLETI STOCK OF Dry Go4es, Groceries, Clothing, Hats, Boots, Shoes, I 7Hardware, 095 Cutlery, 00 Eto., te.. All of which. haring been bought low, reafor ea. mast, and will be F bia- SOLD AT THE LOWZST PRICES t of sad examine for oeserlves. Ja7 80 TUIRNgAi lu is rTa FEY WzIbrIoG, Pinovill, ............... La., , Bajest rtesoIed From the Manufaotory e Ba. I NEW YORE H.j A [erg. mad Complete Stock of GENT'S, YSSTn'S AND SOY'S :art READY-MADE wa , CLOTHING , -UV...

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. — 5 January 1884

THE CHRONICLE. S grea COLFAX. - * * LOUISIANA. y for 917TS8. not GIFTS. If I could give you what would outlast time- the Remain as axed as Polar star above- the omethkn dto live and thrive in any clime, vo Sge my love sh And shoolt ou ask for that more true than stal A wmetiing of yourself a kindred part. mil Inmost thought I'd then to thee reveal, And give my heart! Should friends desert you, fortune ceass to the smle; st Should Joy Itself appear beyond recall.n Your weary momenta I would then beguile. Amd give my all! lon But if some lofty sacrifice you'd ask, How glad Id yield me to your sweet oontrol bro And give-elnoe giving Is Love's sweetest task- my very souel And oh. believe me, could I turn away ll One cruel shaft, one pang of this world's strife hrom your areat heart. thisL day t I'd glve my life ! tu -Sarah J. Miler, to The Constent, onC THE MYTTERIOUS ADVERTISE. loc MENT. h I was on my way home last autumn wo from a tour which I had been making abi in Normandy, and arri...

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