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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 14 March 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. $ cemr cratic journal, btbohtb to totaI anb 6mtnral eltos, itfrataurt, £eitnt, $gritaltrt, et c. VOL VIII COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, MARCH 14,1885. VOL. VIII.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1885. INO. 18. I - SI-l THE COLFAX OHRONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -lBY . 1G.G GOODWYT , EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 1 ERM8L UPF UBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year. .................. $1 50 One cop), six uouts. ............... 75 6ix eoul4e, one year ................ 7 50 k'ayable i variably in advanoe. RATES OF ADERT18ING. first iuserti charge.! double pr .e Ao , it. ti. I t . 3 .. bm. I r. Ijinch... 50 1502 03 00 . 0 900 i iuues. I, u i 9. 3 75 5 2 9 5015 7. 3 mnoaw 1 54 3 050 7 u L 5 O1 23 50 iuc,.res. I I 00 3 6 ./d 7 15 lu 25 25 Smonue. 2 i 4 50 7 o I 10 1650 3 00 1oulmum 4 5y) l '150 17 J3 502 O : "olcn u 15 W125 W 0 So 00 dou 4:. advertisement..$1 per 'quare to r irst insertion; each bubsequent publica- s tion r...

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. — 14 March 1885

TILE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, " * * LOUISIANA THE EYES OF LOVE. They tell us love is blind, but is it so? Is not Iov," op'ien-eyed awl: qu!ck to see The hidden good that from ail other eyes Deeply concealed may be. "What can hes(cein her?" one asks,dinsmayed. "Small, plain and poor, with not one bit of mind : Unused to worldly ways. quie(t in speech Surely, Love must be blind:" Another questions, laughing: "What can ab4 With altlfWr gifts and countless graces, find In him, so grave and plain-a perfect clod? "Ah," archly, "Love is blind." "See," sneers another, "how the mother bends More gravely tender, smiling slow and kind, O'er that frail child most worthless of them all! Aye, truly, Love is blind!" So the world says, passing upon its way Hlaving no time nor wish to pause and find The hidden pearl under the rough, crude soil Love finds tho' he be blind! 'Tis only Love that looks beyond the face, The ungraceful form, the quiet lips, to find The pearl of price. The eyes of Love are wise, ...

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. — 14 March 1885

GOING HOIE. Now Great Things Grow Little la Our Might as We Grow Older. Reader, if you ever left home and went to a great city to seek fortune and fame, or lodging at police headquarters, then come home on a visit after a year or two, did you notice how low the houses once so tall in your eyes ap peared? When fifteen I went forth in the world and found myself at the end of the second day four hundred miles from home in a larger city than I had ever seen. I was soon familiar with its principal points of interest, and only lack of funds with which to purchase postage stamps kept me from deluging my school-mates in Illinois with glow ing accounts of my wonderful adven tures and my hair-breadth escapes. I remember the first time the fire de partment was called out after my ad vent in the city. It was before tire ex tinguishing had become a profession as it is to-day, and the Tiflin department wa.s a volunteer affair, which hauled the old "Seneca Chief" steamer by hand, and ran a hook-an...

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. — 14 March 1885

•-- =.W2 :,L,- ..-·---_m =_ bc m uoifair !4ronidh. `,UI 'L J Y, .MHARCH 14. 1b85. ls. ei, toY. ..50 A Y3A., IN ADVA.NCL SF-,iu4iciul Adrer'isement nt mut be paid fuo ,, ,t druee, or they will be discontinued u/'ir the :trelr, ,ertiun. AGrEN'TS. IRt. A. A. G(oonwry, of Alexandris. is an a'ithol'iz,.d ;4iglt of tho(CIiRoNSICLt,and 'i i i ,+ t,.v :t f,,r advertisetl euts and re cIves sul h.y.Icip, i,)ii . 1Molde,t. i(c'C tiN & RaR.. of Montgo(m eI y. :I.. our sutllhrized agents. LOCAL, DOTS. If yon want to secure a hargain in a yoke of oxen, call on Dr. M. A. Dunn. Thel cat penters are at work making a good 1i1any imptovements on the pre n.iase lately purchashed by Capt. Robt. Lesange. Mr. J. F. Neal's fine white stallion, Robt. E. Lee, sired by Planter, dam # b. :d fronm the celebratetP Lecompte stock, will stand for the spring season at CLltlx. Vitality of Great Men is not always innate or born with them, bit a,:n.te i,stanees are known where it i.ns been acquired by the ue...

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. — 21 March 1885

THE. COLFAX CHRONICLE. I tIcmorratit ournal. btbottb to focal anb 6tnmrzl Tctos, Yiterrture, Scirncr, grirulturr, etr. VOI. 11iI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCII 21, 1885. INO. 19. r i8 ' ULFA.X CHRONICLE, 1'416) 1 lur1 1..v. .(LrlllcU?.. at 4. 1"- O cG l'O WN Y N , FDHt',R aWl PROP I1 I"'" /4.1.:.14.' U .~ jt ..)i'LE l J J .f sl t i l. " ..nut yte.m. . . Z . in, 1 "u ·i,, toe res...u t ............. i5 11I 1:.,. 0~ - vuul , . is.. .. ... , l.m)#4ma. "1m.' ,1,\Y -13º Hm. L4114. .. V .I. L I,4~ A h' , .11:1 L .1 4 . 4.41 ) 4. 4 I 'I'' SI~~e i Mitt';, I I""iitl l c I·C .ý· 1".13.. L.3 1 . .:.u. .: b. 1 . i 1 4 1.1.4 ..4 .rji 1 I 4! J ~. ;t. " . " Il..u u i " 1. 5. l 15 ti m Vtl " aj*. I t 4'.1 :H' 1 511t :.331 " . U / ý 1 1 4 l,- c 1 . " 1, 1: 1 :.. 1 lrmif C~i . mm"i4 j'l .1i*ti 15 : 14 ., 1.4) ljr1 t- j " "i"1 "mi. ".;mi , I fII 1 rI i&.M m ".4 .,.. .rt,. /1t I.1 : n L"" t I. i : 444 . 111 "r I.5- . i 'i" nl.4I6 ,i."M at 15 ,1455 le . :AI T I .Oleine s NI I~P. I '. ...

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. — 21 March 1885

.TIIE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, . - * LOUISIANA B7A RTIVU. They sit upon the barn-yard fence, The baby swallows, in a row; Four little, dusky, silken things, With soft bright eyes and close-shut wilgl. Their mother flutters to and fro; The golden-rod Is all aglow, The maple shows one scarlet leaf; The time to stay is growing brief; They must be ready. For their sakes A constant twittering she makes. "Try, try, my downy darlings; try To spread your little wings and fly." They sit unheeding on the fence, The baby swallows, in a row: They see no cause of haste at all. They look so innocent and small! What will befall them if they go? How much they have to learn to know: All the strange mystery of flight. Above the sea, in storm and night: And all its rupture, circling round A sky with sulnse roses crowned: What swallow hopes, and fears, and cares. And loves, and dangers, will be theirs I But never more within the nest They'll feel their mother's sheltering breast. Yet still that mother, for 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. — 21 March 1885

BIDDING FOR BLOOD. Itory of indlan Torture and Butchery tn Colorado in Modern Times. Some of the facts in the following horribly romantic story were developed in the trial which succeeded their occur rence, but the most thrilling portions of the story, as told by some of the actors. have never before been published. It seems, according to )enver papers, that in 1882 a man named Jackson was en gaged in freighting to the Unc-mpaghre and White River agencies, hauling ;ov ernment freight and supplies. In his employ as a driver was his nephew, a young man also named Jackson. One day, alter having delivered a load of freight at the angency, on their return the Jacksons went into camp for the night, after having traveled some miles. No sooner had they stopped than an In dian rode up and demanded supper. Young Jackson said: "Supler is not ready yet; as soon as we get it you can have some." The Indian became very abusive, and with some rough epithets said: 'IMe want it now." Jackson repeated...

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. — 21 March 1885

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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. — 28 March 1885

THE COLFAX C HRONLCLE , ctmorratic aournal, bebotcb to 0tcal anb fntral rets, fittrature, Sienct, grniculture, ftt. VOL. V H . COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1885. -o. 20. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Pulb, L.:td Ev ry Saturday, at Colf ax, (irant Parish, La.. -HY 1H. GC. GIOODW'YN, Hai EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. then TEIJ.'S OF .aLBSCI;IPTION. and t One copy, usie year..................$1 0 sold One copy, six months............... 75 OFF Exx clpio. onle year ................ 7 5 T Pkayable n'ariably in advance. in th RA TES OF ADVEIBTISING. tobe First inerti ,, charge-l double pr .e GR vac". It. 1. I 2m. 3- . bm. I r. 1 inch... . 1_:i 2 --00 01) 9 BO 2 inches. I 00 2. 3 75 5 25 9 50 15 7. 3 ioches .1 0 .ui , ., 7 5O012 t ' 23 50 4 inches 2 t0 3? 6 ' I 7i 15 01t5" 25LA G inchis. 2 so 4 .5l0 1 0 / 16 50 I:O 00 1 co~lim ,4 ) Ott j 50 )17 ' 30 5 2 , A 1 oh.-ulý wf 15 41 2r,0 00 50 00 dO 00 Je . . meet .am advertisement-.$1 per square for auto! first 1 nserti '; etiI subsequent pu...

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. — 28 March 1885

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - * * LOUISIANA. 'TWERE VAIN. Think not to please all men, strive as you will, "Twere vain, impossible; for there remalneth still The man whom nailght can please or satisfy By noble effort or by full endeavor. By warmest impulse. in no way whatever. Of such as he. set heart and mind at ease; Go on thy way, and take no heed of these, For so 'twill be forever. Let not thy soul be troubled that they say: He might have (lone this thing, or that, a better way. Nayhap thy way is best, how can they know, or see With thine own eyes, what seemeth best to thee? Check the quick tear that stea's Into thine eye Because one rudely speaks; keep back the sigh Nor pale thee so: For they will call it weakness who stand by; Though well I know It tells no weakness on thy earnest part Nor loss of manhood. 'Tis only that thou art Too eager for approval; and that what thou do Should please all others as it pleaseth you. No more than this thou askest of just. praise, So willing thou ...

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. — 28 March 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -The New York Central Railwa' killed only two passengers last year. .. Y. Sn. - -The Detroit Free Pre.ss has dit covered that when a trotting horse die: it is always one day after his owner wa: offered a fabulous Iprice for him. - A Mormon missionary, who latelc brought over fifty Swiss females for th( ITta:h Icolony, oro:uis.d each of them three hiusbands. -N. J: S/tr. --A Iphilosopher :ayLV the Iine collar. button ha. donme nore to release mlen from the t ran u\- f w 'man thtan all tlhe iphilosophical wnorks on humanity ever printed. -- Kissinger is lhe appropriate name ,f a: yung man arrested in Pittsburgh the other night for a forcible osculating effort directed at the lips of an unwilling darnel.- Pct?/.sber gh Post. -Mltntana carried over thlie sunlmer snow-banks thirtlI-live feet high and three hundred feet thick, and was reas onably fixed for winter, which set in al<umt tile last of Septeinmltr and will hang on until the last of May.-Deucer Tribune. - John ...

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. — 28 March 1885

c'l (otlf;rx% tbraonitu . i Editor StL' D.LY. MM ARCH 2-, 1885. AeT i -- - last 1 i, i t.".IN. ali. A EA . I N ADVsY IE. \We I. / r:lrsl , .t rrh'c·r.m tsct must b, paid e lxt' f ae, -,,i,,,rn r, or thr y a1d be discontinued with On u" ,r r i, s,).' inv,.tion. and l A(ENI'S. ait' 1rn. A. 4. lGoowl.'s. of Alexandria. i' it p aia ;ilt ,,rizi- g I t rl bil C h i ONICLE, aEtll i it 1ll will r, :, > lt lfr ailvel.tislments iand re- cith . M• 1iý.y. .  e,s k Bro., of Mont to' n- anl ere. :,r outr hiiril. 1 ailgents. "m ill hatdt I [.( (' 1.A . 1 • natu I'ih iniie huon.e of J. II. %McNeely, it tl E m... is Le 5. tre' teil d its first coat 1 ltons of pailit eI "lii ~ iiina .-"' tlith r "__ __-_ onily 1II. ll:,idhldl'i lieHhrt briiin gs us two hiapl tn'i-ill l, -aiinlie.h otf"liili lplyini g" iats, which plrove ctliclli'vely the great v.lien of oit. ah, a w it.er pastlur'e crop Gj( for t!is regilon. lealie m.,1 We are oiivy to anllnounce the death late of .il. Wiim. Lattier, of Na...

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. — 4 April 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. SRIctmocratic gaurnal, Dcboteb to ~oeat anb 6entral ~tlts, Eifrature, Sciett, $,griulturt, tc. VOL. VIII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1885. 4NO. 21. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Publi.,hed Every Saturday, at * Coltax, ('rant Parish, La., t -BY H. G. G-OODC 0"WYNT, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCIIII'TION. One copy, one year.................$1 50 One copy, six months................... 75 tix Copies, one year ............... 7 50 k'ayable invariably in advance. RATES OF AD VERTISING. rirst inserti chargedl double pr ae _ T -- PAC-. It. 15,. lm. :3L . bm. I r. linch...50 1 501 2 300 .N 0 9 00 2 inches. I 0 2 2- 3 75 5 25 9 5tl15 7. 3 tnches. 1 50 3 t 5 t007 5012 0 " 23 50 4 inches.2 ' 31 l 25d 735 15 0' 25 25 S inches. 2 50 4 5l 7 (0l0 00 1t 150 3: 00 Sclthlum 4 5') 8 I 2 5017 50 30 5 52 0k .tu 4 00 13 0n L5 0i 0 o005AW0 1 0o o I.f I" advertlsement.41 per square for first ansertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief commu...

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. — 4 April 1885

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - o LOUISIANA. BhCAUSE. "Good-morning, pretty maid, whose eyes The brightest stars outshine. I've come to her that you will choose Me for your Valentine." "And why should I choose you, and why?" The pretty maiden made reply. "Because I have a groolly house Set 'mid the goodliest lands. Where you may reign, served faithfully By willing hearts and hands." "That is. I think, no reason why," The pretty maiden made reply. "Because I can on you bestow The loveliest things to wear, Gay silken robes and laces fine, And Jewels rich and rare." "That is, I think, no reason why," The pretty maiden made reply. "Because I love you, oh! so well, So tender and so true, That I would fain from every care, My darling shelter you." "Ah! now 1 see the reason why," The pretty maiden made reply. "So take my heart, dear youth for thine; I choose thee for my Valentine." -Harper's Bazar. THE HAUNTED BRIDGE. Superstition in the Highlands of Bootland. There are probably few readers who a...

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. — 4 April 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -Rev. J. Walter Lowrie, a Presbs" terian missionary to China, has the only four-wheeled vehicle in Pekin-an un graceful but useful covered depot wagon, built in Ohio. The natives are amazed at its wheels, so light and yet strong. :-A sprrtsman at Cumberland, Va., sighted a flock of turkeys the other day and told his dog to lie down. The dog obeyed, and he went after the fowls. Five hours afterward the mar, came back to look for the dog;, and found him Iying where he had left him.-N.V. O. . -The camphor laurel, a native of China. and the treo from which most of the camphor of commerce is obtained, seems to have been introduced success fully into (alifornia, one tree in Sacra mento having attained a height of thirty feet. The wood, every part of which smells strongly of camphor, is light and durable, not liable to injury from in sects, and much favored by cabinet makers.--Sn Francisco Chronicle. --Oscar Wilde said the other day. in his lecture at Glasgow, that nothing d...

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. — 4 April 1885

,1ýbc dolft Qt'broni ck./ -;t; ic IIPTION, $1.i5U A YCER, IN ADVANIWL At _pr r~,Ytudieial Adrerrtisncrets must be paid TI for i,n ,toatrae, or they reail be discontisued 1 ajper the firsl in*ertin. thi -- ------ .---- Fi AGENTIS. do MR. A. A. Gootowlm , of Alexandria, ins sl an illt horilsod agent of tht CnnIItNcI, 5l",aP d en will o-,trnet f.,r tlvetrti.ements and re- di, 'oiv.r s.ubscRription. il. Mo,-rs. ICCAIN & |Hmen., of Montgonl- i ry. a:r.e orlr antlhorized agents. Ia to LOCAL- DOTS. dii -------~ ha Five priseners in jail. th sh I'Plice jury convenes on Monday. RH an The next term of the district court Ea nmcets Tuesday, May 5th. Ti sit Col. T. B. French has been appointed an postmaster at Alexandria. l A party of several will visit the Ex- be position from Colfax and vicinity next Saturday, to be absent about ten days. an in Prickly Ash Bitters is not an intoxi- ul cating beverage, but a pleasant, mild th laxative and efficient tonic, acting di- w, rectly on the liver, ...

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. — 11 April 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. . ~tmncratic f ournal, bcoatcb to fZoal anb oteneral etos, Iiterattre, Seitnrt, .grirnlturt, 0tc. VOL. VIII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1885. INO. 22. - ..... ---- ! a l Ifna THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, P'tblislwed Every Satulrday, at Coltax, (iGrant Puarish, La., ----Y - GF G-OODrw-y, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 'ERMVS OF SUBSCuIIPT'IO. )ue cuoy, one year ..--............ 1 50 n1xe copy, aix uonths ............... . 75 i coly. one year......... 7 5U P'ayable invaruiably in advance. I'Ai TE'S O1F AD1ERTISING. ]'irst. ilnerti . halre. double pr . P.40.. It. t"1. 2w .. b. I r. Sich.. c. "-I ' 1 ' 0 35I , . iuuCe. i 0,1 :I 75j 5 9 50 15 7; :• 'ctjC, - 1 544 3 004 . 5 u, 7 /o oi.:l 73511 4 ic,,es. 2 003 62 . 7 12 23 50 u," 2 5>It 451." ' .l : 15 u ;5 .5 . .... e2 ,4 5 7 o 110 00 16 50 :i0 00 SuI u 4 51 1 41 r 25017 53u 520 .g I, advertlement..$1 per square fo r first Innertill; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents ier square. Brief commullnicationa ...

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. — 11 April 1885

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - * LOUISIANA MY LEGACY. A rare and prlcelekS legacy lthe fair, sweet summer left to Inm.: Rare pictures. gems. I think them all, Whieh I have hung on memory's wall. And in my heart the summer lit es With all the joy that summer gives. Green hill-sides dotted o'er with trees. Tal grasses bent with plalful breeze, Wide meadows starred with daisies white And over all, the sunshine bright. 0, winter has no power to chill A heart that holds warm summer still! But more than all its birds and flowers, Par more than e'en its golden hours, The gracious summer left to me, In its most prieless legacy, A sweet true love, which can not die, However cold the winter's sky! Close In my heart I hold the gift Which from my life alt clouds will lift. Together love and I reoall The pictures hung on memory's wall. My little love, with sweet brown eyes, Who came to me 'neath summer skies. The golden hours were bright to me Only when they were shared with thee: The flowers seemed...

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. — 11 April 1885

MISCELLANEOUS -Louis Kossath's bonds, issued while the famous Hungarian was in this coun t are kept as curiosities in many fam -In Western Nevada prospectors pile up vast quantities of snow on the mountains and cover it with brush, in order to provide a water supply for summer use. -Such a thing as a fashionable young man making evening calls nowadays is said to be unheard of. and it is asked whither are we socially drifting.-N. Y. Mail and Expreas. -If any person who is liable to poison with poison-ivy will take pure olive oil after being exposed to it he will feel no bad effects, and the oil will neutralize the evils of the poison if a few doses be taken even after the poison has broken out.--Chicago Herald. -The whale feeds by opening its ca pacious mouth and allowing the sea water, with its multitudinous tenants, to fill the oval cavity. Then it shuts its lower jaw upon its horny plates, and, straining out the water through them, swallows the prey stranded upon its vast tongue. ...

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. — 11 April 1885

4Iie dolfta bErontilt., MAX I'UI )AX APIIL 11, 1885. e S aI:n',ts rion , ;1.0 A VXAIL, IN AJVAve.. I1 ?.lIdiceid Idrrrfise.eeat" Ieuat be paid c n for is drc r.e. rr lkey trill be ditontinsud l Jfefr Ihe firxl cueerliut -- - -- - ----- - --N -----. Mi. A. A. (notw4.' . of Alexanclris. is t an a ltb'riTr , t.eli'r t of tluI, 'II'It Ic'et.,n al t will anntret f',r d\erltiv ilelltn s ild re- t( ceive llccetc rl)1 itd1 l. MP-arM. AI*(Ca.t &. Rtec.. of Mocnt n.- ti ery. :tr, oi :,l t 1h ri4l.d ageclts. d rI _ - _ - L,) A A 1I, )OTS. Th'be public are invited to be present at the Inlitelly conferentce se vices, P whieie will blegin in Colfax to-day. This locality was visited by a young t. deluge last Monday night, which cans- P e.d the river, creeks andc bayous to a jump up several feet in a few hours. v The pain-fall is estimated at from 9 to I II incites. Tlie editor of the CHRONIcLE boasts of his garden "sass," having indulged ti in lettuce, radishes, spinach, and mus- t, tar...

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