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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 January 1884

SCHOOL AND ca[ij -Mr. Mood, the evane ays - his three weeks work in irrbnd was littl the most productive of his H4-Chi- food sago Herald. -The Methodists of the SBath have oes determined to make their entennial feed celebration next year a memorable . occasion.-N. Y. Indeped is e -To save expense there i now a falL preparatory school in Londoain which deal students can soon determine whether they have the. requisite qualidantlons to , become a doctor. -Agreat many ministers bkow when the to begn a discourse, but not one in ten cak, knows when to leave off. The man yj who has the genius to put his amen in the right place is always popelar.-N. £ur rot -"I'm glad BoUbie's goin' to that abo school," remarked Mrs. Malaprop, ran "cause it's teached by a good pedigree the -or synagogue some folks rll him I Sbelieve-ant furthermo', they don't of a have no currycomb, like these new- for fangled colleges."-Yonkers Gazette. sayi - Rev. W. K. Kip, Protestant Episco tne pal Bishop of California,...

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. — 5 January 1884

-I gi gaice. TA SATURDAY, JAN. 5, 1884 Of ubosorltletsn S a Year. In advance. Pa "J ediis: Ad4ortemenst must be paid for is edu i, or tar ww be diemassUsd Thft sfer the Jft Iprthsm. AGENTS. dt Ms. A. A, GOOewss, of Alexandria, is d to sn authorldsagpt of thel0xatIcLt at d n OI will eoutract for advortiements and re solee rabuprtftdoss. so Messrs. Kcanr & Bro., of Uontgon- Brevet cry, are our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. ten Be sure to write it 1884. Sias.o Police jorr meet' Monday. Wh The tax collect,,r it abroad. Bar BArns The public ferries of the pariah t will be sold Monday by the president Ls of the police jury. qr e Marco Mr. S. B. Newlnan is expecting to leave Colfau in a short while, with > p the view of locating at Cotile. obm Look over the list of unknown tax payers, and if yon have a friend on t it and know his location, drop him o a line as a gentle reminder.j (ra Mr. Jesse Womack, of Winn parish, f informs us that be ate a full grown, n ripe pear, on the 27th...

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. — 12 January 1884

THE COLFAX X7H o$ etrn1Dati ournal, bbatcrb to Local mb, tcntral Btbs, Fiter atun, Stien", tgrint rt, etc. VOL. Vll.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1884. NO. 9. _ , ,i ,, , ,4,, -, u m P m ,m ~ m m m ... ..i " . . ' . ,.. ... . .'.= _rn TlHE JOLFAX CHIONIOLE, I k'ublijbe.l k...ry hiatugday, at Colfax, JiiauLt Ptaxialh, La.. --U Nut G- FQf W~ H_ 03._ ·' SII SC'IIYNO S EDI V OB sad FROP~tk.TOR. 2EI O sun.,usurb~o~v. One uly. On year ............... 50 Out, tco~upy. i s w. tt ..e. ...... .. 75 bii ouj*'e.r. one year ............ 7 50 P'aable iniarialaly in advaiwoe. i4 1RATES OP ADYZTJ8TIYG. fihrs" iiaerti.:n charted1 double pr i tPAO&. IL I....1 1u je.1 6w.. 1 T. ui inh.. 4,I 50 17oW13 5 9 00 "tInc tux. Ut 4." : 75 5ile 245 950I151 75 '3 ttluic 1 t, 3 00 50 * l 23 50 a IUlitoa;. 4 5l 4 7 ' 1 " U4, 50 31). 00 i^"11111111 t .1 I. Z5 1 i 8 50 oor,1 t9fl If. 5Jterttttenjta 41 r lr'.qu xre f Ir ldr'tt a'(rt"n; ct 't.:b sjrweqeat pulaioa tios 51 cents pWr square. )t...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 12 January 1884

THE CHRONICLE. 1 DC pt COLFAX. - * LOUISIANA. KATIE' B KISSES. To me Katle I said: "It' taste Cv thim Ups that I'd have, an' ndade $1 They belong to me now wid yerself, , An' so purty fur klmsin' were made." fo But she answered an' tould me wid eyes pa That no star In the sky could eclipse 'An' It's thrue they belong to yersil. sure how 'ud ye kis yer own Ups ?" Just as lsy." I cried. "s to spk. An' water nor honu'. The sun Is oowderbyfar." Dut abhevoed b The likes uv It couldn't be doSe. Thin I offered the same to resWr. Wid a seal ist as thrue as the day" m But she said: "I 'ad never take back hi What onne I had given away." "An' I' ll ind yhethe loan uv 'emr dear," I replied; but wid Infinite score She axed. did I think that her Ups Were made fur to rint or to pawn? Thtn I sat iat as mute a a stone, An' nver a word did I sy. f 1111 Katle, onalsy like, pouted her lips o (Och. the rogue !) in a ravishln' way d An' wid dimples to tlmpt all the saints, P An' wid blushes'way up to her...

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. — 12 January 1884

aamene clattls. A Chicago dealer said to a reports: "Diamonds are valued in this cosn try almost purely according to their ds gree of brilliancy. We've sold cant ones here as high as $600, while other ruat stones may be bought for $O. 1 We claim that the American method of tatting diamonds enhances the value of the stone, on the average, by twenty five per cent. The tools used in oar business are the diamond cleaver, used in chipping off this or that edge of the rough stone, useless for its ultimate shape; the cutting stick, the cuttibg box, the diamond reducer, the gauge for measuring diamonds, a very exact . instrument: the revolving disk, the set ting bench, the hand-clamp, the &weezers, the block, files, screws, eta" i' "And how about the method of out * ting?" was asked. "'The first operation is to put two rough stones on the 'cutting sticks,' im bedded in cement, and place them ever the opening of the 'cutting box.' That is, as you see, a mahogany box, silver faced, eight...

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. — 12 January 1884

pt oalftar ,bronia k.,. 'it'*' IMY Jk, .2 1881.. 5buo aripiion $2 a Year. in !:d arace. rJecdicial Adrer/iwmeatsL mast he paid for in adruwce, or £Jej will be discontinud /ter the first imsertioe AGENTS. Ms. A. A. GooPwtx. ,of Alexandris. i' so avthoriazd agenat of the te('nn, si.r K, ::' will c,.rtrnat for alvg.tiaeemeata and re astive sunbhert ions. Messrs. McCArs & RRo.. of Mougg*om. ery. are our authorizdal agents. ,,--. LO)CAL I) OTS. HA lb h gleefully buklhs the weatherprophet, as be remit.ds you of bio prediction that this was to be a "hard winter " J. H. O tlou, who was severely wounded last week by L. McNeely, is still in bed, ard his co,.dit'on re mains quite critieal. Mr. J B. Tucker, who has been speniding the holidays in Natlahio ches, has returned, bringing his sis ter, Miss Florer.ne, with him, whl, will remain in Cllax several days as the guest of Mrs Teal. The police juries of the parishes of Jackson and Union have refused to grant any licenses to sell liquor i...

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. — 19 January 1884

TlE COLFA ___ S emocratir c t rnal,, bcbt on raturt, tttt, t, t VOL. VIl. COLFA, 6 1A T PARiSh, L ,,"- . . .. .. . ,. ._~ ~~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ . '.i ''... .. - _T.. .-. . . . . .. . . ". . - .. .. -'I ' - . ...r TIdi UJLFAX OHEafONLE, 'N I Publia.uw kracry nretmalray. at ('OILaX, tivau1t Pral'i.ll ELa.. --ar--For H_ GW- G)Z!DW Y , f ED11'O~i and YrB'u.TOR. 1Ii(UM. Uk·' .YiUJ3S'L'pU.V.. sluye .uy oune ar . $1 :r (llt, (t'jS3. ail IUU.,tº,s............... 75 Six vu.'iee. teint y te at... .. 7 5'r tLay t ,, iava qCbhy it, ad'""tcu. A Lk HATES OF A)VICTV. . I r rIt. insrrti n chaprt r:ic Ir ie I. .0 ~4 .Is boa 1-: Ihaukh.. 5t, 1~u .U1 5 W !1 Wt l aclues. . 2$ $. 7b 5 yi 't5 75 :d m'lcoha 15 .1 3 5 75 12 u(1wVA 50 If lusher. Y 51 4 l 7 U I) S 5013U Wu Aslaw aitY Iv 17'i.i w15UO 11 A&J)W 11W18 0 ( A ii) 14) AUl 1P1 I'. advoit lewuent.$l pewr auel fisr "an. Arst~lruer#Ntw; each sabsuqreu pubiio*- so ticl Wortita per square. Brief cmmlfnn lltftion upon subjects (,! and e p lntli inter....

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. — 19 January 1884

 .v· t Y. 1 A,. IS. lt 148 ---4i 4 --- 1 * Subscription 82a Year. In advance. e AJdrid r drerfisr.sent mast be paid! m' ofe in adasme, or tkey 'ill be dieonulijsed PU e ler the frst itarrtioea 1i I - " AG~NTS. . , . ".- A. A. GooatrI,, of Alexandria, i Ct S a lthoristewi oitthe'lxo:.naa.,.. ' will ', o-r advertisements and re- 'j eeatve uhscrip ione. Mesrs. ,ioCIx & BRco.. of Mout;,m m ery. are our anthnrir.'d agents. I h LOCAL DOTS. wl Weatber rainy ,and di, m'l * District court meets T,;uesday, 22d. el oR ,John Jackson, a well known color ed man, died at Ferens this week. C. H. J. Oum has been sitting up, but mi is not yet considered out of danger. n The police jury proceetdngs crowd Jo our limited space ,o much that we'J. have to cat short on everything. Again our patent inside has failed re, to come to hand, in consequence of an which we bhavt issue a half sheet. Ca Mr. John O l , who fas lived on Rock Island for the last two, years, ti, died on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 1884,...

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. — 26 January 1884

TH-IE COLFAX C1I1OH - Denwctrtit ýouriaJ, lbebotcb to focal i ub 6ucnrdl !Ici,w iteiture, ýcicurc, gcncu~turcc etc. . - , V OL. 1 l 1 COLFAX GRANT 1PARISII, IA.i SATURItDAY, JA 'AIIY 26,164.1 - err --- -.r·ru.~-.-rr· -·- CIU -- r Id J MLFg CHU3NIC LE, NT I (. 1t.i1 , tI. 1&ZI Pa.. a i"l. Iat . I3. 0.. GC0ut;DW Y J, 1.i)ii'Jitt ar taoeA.d ',±T0 .1Ea . t' i 1, &i. 6~ti 4 (Iir t¶.. 1. bray 1441t.a..... ..........; 11Y l t.. aaa'. . .Il r ai. at.... .... ....v. . j 1 t'a)a~ir iuc~uruablý u. s L~l\;-.c.: º1. " ioa,' sita~r to "n *iarg. "1 elaitbie pr .ue t1'A £ .. lilk'l7 i 1 J2 IA tt1. aý : t (.JU to c 1 I .t.414 t i". 1.: 4 1 i Iye10 1 44t.w la d .' a . 1:. ' r ", _v fl a 11c1d .I2 A 4 .1I u I, ala ,1-... flu r "r' ..t 1 .1,1Z 1.n 11 .1i. t l ". A .*t j i t t..1l ' " 1 Al 1;11 i t.lrrv t ttS IH*,b at I rr -.1n-,.r f r tan. e Vr it·r In ."t4tt ll'We i t "-'a npc't l j .i..t till m a' ra1 l al can ttsa1t" ii Prior ""ommrir·i tjr·,· fnI , "Twil 4.11jf- ""t "1M1 ,.rl Iir jr·(cr' M1...

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. — 26 January 1884

fi. ; l 6I k. 1 rae 0311u: i'ort 4' `rar. In doatrae. :e. j.iatlt OJdadi.al Adrr'i.,mesbI assistl hr ,.,:d , /c. is *daaaao. or hey wil be dio.awtliaasvl I un a a)teer the iiua.ctia ,.".t. A' 'ITS. ra its. A. A. (htnoIpx. ,r A'eiaalria. i I t .an *itShoriat" a garatn e tile 'tilt *NIcIt. ' "t~1a will a", tr.i'4 rtr wive, tiasmas a nS n 1 re- . solve eOgfl p into. S )las". 1cC..etx $ Ran. ",f Nowt m- Itv ors. err. ,itr nrtarly et itt tS. ft 0,1sI45. 0.t ý1. %rallaaaaa), J..a. 22 j11i IA$4, Mr. Eiau(re Wilsu"" o 1"- ~pr Ms.to" Cr'aig, Rev. 8. H. Wb~le b ,'a __________________ ralo -"Boov. J. H. Lswua'as auaa'tadawte f"r aof $ ,reoapnolatiIf inrtdtl.peudtett ef p I,- 1k ities sad Oemr wctire of parties. H. is an h ,emuortle lal gentlearns b a bats jost at this tise been. wade ta vioitp ofa eqrle) jaakai HaLSw SutsT AdIN I - Wo iioa e re af csips for shbipmseut oa piaper Irae aii..l SI. Lotii Dcc. Ji t, Jan. 4:11 an d1 b18t g I bat baoui at it has cowe to haulI 'tan Larte q~iatttitie of...

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. — 2 February 1884

THE COLFAX CHRONlIL S etmocratic gournal, btba rb to tFtal anb cntcrl a ebs, riteraturt, Seientr, $gritaltart, etc. VOL. VII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1884. _, A ~ *L- , .i. , : , j. . THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, N Published Every iatmitday, at Coliax, Grant Parish, La., -u- _. .- Ga-OODWYN, EDITOR an; PROPlIiETOR. SEflMS OF SUBSCRIIPTION. One co"py. one year. .............. $1 5(4 One copy, oxI nlolttLs .............. 75 Bix cloes, ono year ............... 7 5u l'yable invariably in advance. A L, RATES OF ADVERTISINO. D] First luerti.:n chargedl double pr Ae - _._ PAIP . L l. 2o .u ,.. 6,u. -r. I inch. 50 1 50 200 0o 5 CU0 00 2 ineee. 00 2 2 3 75 5 25  5(15 75 3 tuces 1 50 3 00 7 5Ul 12 423 50 4 inc:er. 2 00 3? 60 $2 8 75 15 0';:5 25 5 inches. 2 50 4 50 7 Ov i0 00 16 50 30 00 icolumi:, 4 45 12 5 17 5J .t. 5 5% 00 l,< mont 00 15 0t 5 001 L0 u )00o $0 00 A) tI [l I. advertisemente $1 per .quare for can first nertion; each subsequent publio.- 84 tion 50 cent...

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. — 2 February 1884

tbe eafat (bronitle 8A'i'`t)1aY, PFH8UAtI;Y 2. 1884. Subscription $2 a Year. In advance. Th rCJadicial Adrertisements mast be paid for is adraane. or they will be disrontlised eller the firl insertion. 7 AGENTS. f 1. A. A. GIooawIN. of Alexandria, ij Iar al eatherlied agent of the('HltN Ict..'. ,Id .( wil: cco:tra,'t for alvertieeaoe'Ie s an I re-. lay cjive subseript ioea. Me!ser. lcCArs & HBao.. of Mont.l,o-i t ery, are ounr aulthorize d agent. tor LOCAL I)OT . A Weather bright and pleasant. The organization of the Republican party in Grant parish is now an assured hte It behooves the Democrats of our perish to preserve unity and harmony in their rand, or they can count on certain defeat at the polls The steamboat being constructed at the month of Cane river is beginning to take shape, and the bull will be complet ed in a few days. She will be 122 feet lhng, exclusive of a ten toot fan tail, 24 feet wide, exclusive of guards, and 314 feet deep in the hold. Br D. A. Smith &...

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. — 9 February 1884

"oil THE COLFAX CHRONICLE L mocratic Oem rnal, bhtborb to Toral ar b tneural Ttos, TifErature, 9Sienta, 8rin4uture, ft. VOL. VII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1884. THE OOLFAX OHEONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., -BY- iE. a". GCOODWR N, EDITOR sad PROPRIETOR. 7RPaM8 OF 8UBSCLRIPIOnY. One copy, one year...............$1 50 One copy, six months ............... 75 S1iz eoes, one year .............. 7 50 Payable invariably in advance. A3TE8 OF ADVERTIINGO. First inesti .n charged double pr as -Ta. It. I la. 2m 3ei. 6m. 1 -r. Sinch... 0 1 2 00 8 00 5 00 9 00 SInches.l1 001 2 S 3 75 5 25 9 50 15 75 3 iohes. I 50 3 00 5 00 7 5012 023 50 4 inehes.2 00 3/ 6 25 8 75115 00125 25 6 inches. 50 4 50 7 0 10 0016 50 3000 t colum 4 8 125 17 &1 305 150 00 S·advertlreaente $1 per equare for fet insertion; each subeequent publioa ton 50 cents per square. Brief oommuniebtions upon subjects of public interest soelicited, but no attention will be pai...

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 February 1884

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - - - LOUISIANA. THANKSGIVING. Forthe hay and thecorn and the wheat that is reaped. Forthe labor well done, and the barns that are heaped. For the sun and the dew and the sweet honey comb, Sbr the rose and the song and the harvest brought home Thanksgiving! thanksgiving! For the trade and the skill and the wealth in our land, For the cunning and strength of the working man's hand, For the good that our artists and poets have taught, For the friendships that hope and affection have brought Thanksgiving! thanksgiving! For the homes that with purest affection are blest, For the season of plenty and well-deserved rest, For our country extending from sea unto sea, The land that is known as the "Land of the Free-. Thanksgiving Lthanksgiving! -Harper's WeeMlV. THE FIRST THANISGIVING. An Aeeounter the Orkigl of the Pestlval. It was in the autumn of 1623. The little village of Plymouth, in its life of three years, had grown from its origi nal number of one hundred 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. — 9 February 1884

IISCELLANEOUS. -An Austrian officer in a Vienna hotel, who was prevented from suilide by the timely arrival of thie lroprietor, broke a lamp over his head. -The Mormon missions in the Sand wich Islands have publisledl a report claiming a membership of :;;.t;s). The church owns a large sugar plantation. -A l)anish emigrant " hi, arrived a' Castle (;arden the other day brought with him a blanket upon wjich were neatly woven portraits of Hancock, Garfield and Arthur.-N- ]' Sun. -Pat was quite right when he said that it is a great blessing that night never comes on in the middle of the nav to interfere with an honest man's work, but alwats when the day's work is over and a fellow is all tired out. -"A baby," says the New York Journal, "is the oasis of married life." The Journal neglected to state that it was located in "-the vale of tears," and subject to fearful squalls. ith an occa sional eruption. --(.'iicago Inter O crn. -A driver in the employ of the ('it izen's Coach Company, of P...

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 February 1884

tg Co- far "ronicle. SA' TitDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1884. subrsr ption 52 a Year, in advance. The 'Jsdieiac Aderati..esnts must be paid for is ,adves, or theg wil i di.assige a ltr the prt iarliss. I AGENTS. by Ms. A. A. GooDwxm, of Alexandria, is of aU asthorised agent of the CaHoeNItA, and o will eontract for advertisements and re oeive subeoriptions. Messrs. MoCACr & Bao., of Mongo-m ery, are oar sathorised agents. for LOCAL DOTS. Our tax collector has issued 915 tax receipts up to date. Why is Rapides like a sixteen year old girl t Because she is so modest. Mr. Joshua Kemp, Jr., has gone to Br New Orleans to lay in a stock of goods for spring trade. We notice the lumber for building purposes is being put on the lots of C. C. Nash and Joshua Kemp, Jr., but have not learned when these gentle men propose to build. Mr. J. H. MoNeely has laid the foun dation for his dwelling house. He pro- B pomes have an eight feet brick base ment, and has secured the servicesbf Mr. Henry Meyer, a 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. — 16 February 1884

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. $ tmaratic jomrnal, bbotrb to loeal anb entral 9eins, miratn rc,; eaure, tgriihtrt, etz. VOL. VII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1884. NO. 14. - .A-. .. -. A- namer 2- I n.-,,. Q* 1La I Waaete· r a eUasuo4M. BI . eku.itbiaT a ml . Fo THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every ~atutday, at Coitax, Grant Parish, La., - bly-- *K. G1. GFOO DWy, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 2ER M OF SUBSCBtIPTIOv. One espy, one year.................$1 50 One copjy. six months ............... 75 bit oul.ea, one year ................ 7 60 Payable invariably in advance. RATES OP ADVERTISISG. GE First lasatin chargedl double pr .e TAG. It ij . kin. 3tt. tu. 1 -r. --- -.-I -I--- -l..... isneh... 5o 1 50O20 30 500 900 9 iunche. 0i i4 5 376 5 7 5 9 50 l 75 7 ia'chesj. l 3 005 5 7 5 12 t '23 50 4 ianotu. el 3' 6 2'5 d 7515 ;1 252& " inche. 2 4 50 7 ol0 00 16 50 3[ 00 i colIuma, 4 0 12 17 530 5 2 00 144than nl 0 415 1"5 9 00 t? 0 50 i to ,0 -&a f. adverteementa $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. — 16 February 1884

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. * . * LOUISIANA. THE TWO MEN OF COLOGNE. A long time ago, there lived in Cologne. Otto von Hiller and Rupert van Tone; And Otto wrote fables, But Rupert made tables "The very best tables that ever were knownl" 8o said every sensible frau in Cologne. "Friend Rupert," maid Otto von Hiller, one day, "m tell me the wonderful reason, I pray, Why men call you clever, When, really, you never Prtesemed to have very much learning, you know. And I-well, In truth, I've enough for a show! "I'm master of Latin, I'm famous In Greek, Both French and Italian I fluently speak; I oould talk by the year Of our Nation's career: Yet, some one ha said-to his shame be It known That I am the stupidest man In Cologne!" Said Ruprt Van Tone: "If you'll promise to I'll te ou the secret-I've learned to keep quiet. "But I've so muek to say " "'woat spotl In a day; Who lets his tonsue run like a vibrating lever Stands ver small chance of being ealled But he'd "so much to may," this Otto von...

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 February 1884

FARE AND ftMIDL -Farm and Garden says an acre will produce live or.six times the amount of strawberries it will wheat. -Appetizing dressing for fowls is made of mashed potato, well seasoned; for ducks or for wild game a flavor of onions is desirable; herbs also may be added.--N. Y. Post. -Breed up the cows; bring them to as near perfection as possible. Weed out the unprofitable, though you give them away, and set your standard at not less than a pound a day per cow for at least eight months in the year.- Ceicage Joernal. -Fruit sauces may be made by tak ing one capful of preserved or canned it, sweetening to taste and stirring to a cupful and a half of boiling milk previously thickened with a little corn starch. Then beat well. Add sweet ened water or milk, hot, as necessary to make thinner if too thick.--Bufalo Express. -Cranberry pudding is made by pouring boiling water on a pint of dried bread crumbs; melt a tablespoonful of butter and stir in. When the bread is softened add two ...

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. — 16 February 1884

Qe c1lfar nroitittle St SATUltDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1884. Svascalrrrno. .50 A Yaua. is A vas1s. The St [-'Judicial Adrdrtisemests mast be paid for is advocer, or they will be disdetiuawd after the firbt insertem. AGENTS. Mn. A. A. OoonwIn, of Alexandri. i frot d an aixthorized agent of the CBRnICLS., a d ofr Coll will contr.uct for advertisements and re- law foe ceive iubscrip¶ ions. Messrs. McCA N & Bno.. of Montgon- the ery, are onr authorized agents. force t per as LOCAL DOTS. Nm Atwrell See the notice of the assessor and .rit registrar in our advertising columns. The Colfax Lyceum was reorganized last Sunooday, and it is proposed to build ami up the old interest that used to be Wfn taken in this institution. and sec Within the past week we have seen of r hundreds of fruit trees in full bloom, Bre and it is more than likely that the Bryan freeze of the last three days has played in s havoe with the fruit prospect for Grant CrUu parish. not Canied Dr. J. H. Cunningham, of Natchi...

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