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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 1 March 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE.  gemocratic Journal, Gtboteb to oataI anb 6neranl S etUs, MittratnrC, 1titnCt, g7i. uNtutre, tc. JL COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1879. 1NO. 17. nlfat 0 Q0 ironile. Rl mad PUBLISHIEL TERMS: is advance,........ 1W) , .....125 ath " .......... 75c tM) d ___ tel end of the year.) gVERTISING RATES: S(I1 il space) first insrfion, h ,sequent inaertion 54 eta. f a square charged as a S aless otherwise agreed of a Personal nature, when sirged at double rates. and Busines Cards, S $1 per year; two SAwNot NcaKrMrN -$5. alk Ut in every instance ac te order. -I in. 3um6ulme 1 year C-lmn .$10' $40 144i $60 $12 $2'º $3'' $45 $8 $15 $2r $o irTuPcut advertisements pays aie ; quarterly ads. monthly ;yearly ads. quarterly in ad by special contract. distemUtsl are not paid for Wty e expires for which they Setrderedto th published, they -bstinued. and payment r acted 1_ toue they appeared in the Ssdverrtiement sent to this v Mthsrwie specified, will tll forbid...

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 March 1879

ýt 4(£tfar tIranidLe. D RAGAN A NASH, Paoprxruas. fr H-. G. CGOODWYN, th EDITOR and PUBLISHER. g SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1879. AGENTS. ab Mr. A. A. GOoDWLv. of Alexandria, is th an authorized agent of the ct'UR,sI.l, and will contract for advertimeniets and receive subscriptione. a Mesers. McCatr & Bao.. ot Mont- te goanery, are our sauturized dgenuts. proceedilge of the Partsh Comvestlos. te Saturday, February 22d, at noon, the convention was called to order tel by Judge W. L. Riobardeon, chair- re man of the pewocratic Parish Erx- . ecutive Committee, who statea the tb object of the meeting. th On motion Judge Richardson was elected temporary chairmau, as with Mr. 8. B. Shackelford as see- pa retary. W1 The bcair appointed Messrs. C. C. Doun, A. L. Grow and C. K. No- of gent u committee on credentiads. we After a short absence the cow- M mittes reported as follows: va Your committee on credentials fnd the Jollowang gentlemen eu- co titled to eate in the couveunton: f, Ward One--G...

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 March 1879

giofal Qlhroanute. Ay, MARCH 1, 18379. a jdicial adoerituementu si for in advance, or -i lijontinued ftler the, all the go. trees in bloom. J- ha n' est Sweet Navy u3o ly id has been MarJthini ..ideriuly of bite. A. (asabat returned on Able last Monday, full of I meua. No retlectiou, a- a mistake about the a, Roberts, whom Sherlti to the aselum sonme two truning the tables olI _sd potting him in the glbead, as Mr. Jeter ha. hiappearance amongst y quitr sane. Attu of the failure of t.LP. Sheppard to preach eit Sabbath wsu that he ls' sick at Gray's Creek p gob home. We hope to ast hie next regular ap the second Sund.ty in a 11 a tm. who have not paid their to the CaOsNICL tL.ee I r lPried to have their pa- I is a very short tune. l'Oo sonme forward and ei are getting tired of the paper, and shall t nise that if it is not paid ead of the year to atop I aeder. tmgmasrally looked on as nuwance, but our lib Lesage has a dtiferent I bh matter altogethrr. He p atiat he says he wouldn't a 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. — 1 March 1879

GO ODWIN'.8 EUREFIA VEAST POWDER, MANUFACTURED IN .NEW 'ºF.LEANA', LA. It. is regarded by many experieneed rrouse epejlelsnot only gotd. but the 'ery hbt tbipg of the kind they have ever tred. Only give this HOME PROl)UL'TItN a fair trial, and you will hardly full to patronize it. It is a pure, excellent and he.lthfi preparation, and is so pro!.oulnc, U)rs. W. Q. Aasti., C J. Bicki.:.. ,. .. J.L t of seo e O rlsetnw. w..o ha, examined the recipe for rmaki:g i To TOra LADT OF TEE il U' .i , As it is the special pro 'ie",i .. keepers, practically, to test a. ti the calinary hue, and to judge i. t,.: merits, your attention is reiperti.,il ,ited to the ULEJBEK YE\.T t 1 PEE All of the leading famil gruce - t vew Orleans deel in in it. P M GOODWYN, Manuftiturcr, 122 Terpsichore Street. New (itlenan. La. THE SUN. i T79. NEW YORK. 1879 Ttax er will he printed every da' d'i itng the year to coime. Its purposel, ad iethod will be the same a' inI the pas . I'o present all the news in a itad...

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 March 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. _ Cemocratir ýnrnal, btbottb to aocal nnb 6encral[ tetus, Iiterature, Science, $grirulture, etc. OL II. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1879. INO. 18. Ealfacr b toniclr. %G. GOODW,,T, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. TERMS: Sin advance,. .......2 00, anths. . ....... 7.5c gp if paid at the end of the year.) AWRTIS1NG ATES: s,(1 incd space) first innertion, J ath eunbab n-nt insertion 50 cts. of a square charged as a unless otherwise agreed Ccolof a Personal nature, when charged at double rates. tonal and Business Cards, a ~sre, $10 per year; two $15.00. hIDpa=u' AsS'ro'N CFF-NTS -$5. hb must it every instance ac y the orde r. L I.u :ls6mns 1 year , A Column a $1 _ l$3! , St( r io !112j 4 *3' 345 -Transient ad e ,.rti, ileuts lI,:va -aiVance; qnarterly ads. monthly r early adi iaarterly in ad scepi by special contract. Smiersments are not paid for tletime expirce for which they ( uee ordered to h.. published. they. SM.sltinued, a-nd ,.aylrllt exactedl  l...

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 March 1879

RAGAN & NASH, PaorIRzroM. H.- G. GOODWTYN,, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1879. AGENTS. Mr. A. A. GooDwir. of Alexandria. iv an authorized agent of the ('ItRNIc'LE, and will contrect for adverti emiUout aLud receive snbscriptiorni. MYeArs. McCAIN & Bfo., of Mont gou.ecry, are our authorized ~yetnL. Good Men For Delegates TO ". THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. FOR 24TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. i. F. Marshall, OF CATASOULA PAn·ZH. FOR GRANT PARISH. R. 0. Williams, Or MMONTOOMkRY. A MONUEY MEETING. Last Saturday the negroes of Grant pariah held a pow-wow and nominated H. McKnight as the Republican candidate for delegate to the constitutional convention. L E. Torry, W. P. Guynes and "Major" Willett were the sweet trio of white skins that graced the assembly, the ballance of the re spectability being represented by about thirty-ve' kinky heads. Mr. McKnight was ashamed to be seen in the motley crowd, and staid on the outside. [His shame was commendable, and shows a re deemi...

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 March 1879

Y, bMARCH s, 1879. j jL 4,adcertlismeýts for in advance, or I dlcontnued after the Weather. go opened his school ) odday. oll we do, now that gen is heore? Swte' Beat Sweet Navy u3u-ly bat Able extended her -g bsitts this week. arry to learn that Con Mroiz lost his brother -. SGrow bas received a lion from the Secre &e, under which he ,t"al .ib Worshipful John C ill lecture Cloutiervtlle 1a 103 on Sunday, March glasIom in good standing to attend. at no chronie office seek phidoias to frame a con -e-ad for that reason Mc -"hald be allowed to stay r- ·o Luhas our thsbaks for a amidiug cake. We received but learn that her -ms one of the contra.ct May the young bride Sjoys of a married life d its ills. irn aouecil should repeal hms of the butchers for t is now more than two simce they have had any. a msiket, an., their license oat others who would ibu who have not paid their to the CHaosICLt need tcprised to have their pa in a very short time, 1 o- not come forward and i We are g...

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 March 1879

GOgD'WYN'S EUREKA TEAST POWDER, M Ni.F.!CTUrtit' INl .ErV OR '1, A.V'. LA. It ILs sasdelud by mllty xperieneed honek.R as not only . oodI, but the er~ yben ttflng of the ':t.d th, y have ever tiied. onty give\ this HtOME l'lt1Jlt' (I': 'N a fair tri:st, and you w!il h.1.1 l fail to patruuonize it. It is a pluro. exceinit iaind he ilhf:l preparation, aad it. et .rI, ouI1i'e t I, DI)r.a. WVii. G. Atustii. C. .J Ickl:a.u, atlt J. J. Lyons. of 'iA)Ue.u teo. at'- baat examined the recepe f ,r uaIl.Li.g· it. To THE LeDY il' T1iE Ii )'st Ijt v.- - As it is the specia;l pra,1 iet, lf keepers, pilatcttcady. l " tettl a ti, i", I1 the cntllatly line, alnd to jltlge ,, lIte.I merits, your attte toll l Ls rT, etl ti l, ii rited t_ the ELil':K t Y1L h IT I' AV. DER. All of the Ieading family grocers of New Orleans de.! in li it. P. M. GUUI)WYN, Manufactirer. 122 Te, pi.,hle S'r. et, N. w Otr a, ..ns. L . THE SUN. 1879. NEW YORK. 187!i Tar Stv will he printed every lay du ring the year to cou...

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 March 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S.enmotratit ortrnal, beboteb to ocdal anb 6cTural Ta us, fitera rt, Scienct, Agricu(turt, (tr. II. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1879. INO. 19. [olfar dbronice. G, GOQODWYN, lOR and PUBLISHER. gTZMS: is advance,........$2 00 . ......... 75c t tke end of the year.) l St! RllG RATES: Sspeed first insertion, ssbsequent insertion 50 cts. od a square charged as a snless otherwise agreed of a Personal nature, when sharged at double rates. and Business Cards, 110 per year; two ' ANOUNCEME NT - $5. uot in every instance ac te order. I / - pl.ms'6 msi n vear luma18 $3t # $.!u1 $20 $2 3 $45 dlet advertisements pava ; quarterly ads. monthly ;yearly ads. quarterly in ad by special contract. r ents are not paid for pm-s expires for which they grdered to he published, they sned, ar*x payment exa;cted hg time they appeared in the s advertisements sent to this ars thberwise cified, will 1foid and charged ac and Marriage notices of quars in length oharged as...

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 March 1879

thbc ofar tbronidc. /RAGAN & NASHI. I '1,'R r1TOt:h. H_ Q. GOODTWTYN, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. sT\''UtDAY, MARCH 1.. 1879. AGENTS. Mr. A. A. Goo,\·i, of Alexandria, is n aulthorzed agent of the ('NwlloNl.zE, an1l will contrauct for advertiseeuntt aund rev,,ive ,nnbecriltlou s Miss rl. McCAIN & Bao., ot Mont gane.ry, are our authorized ageuntM. Good Men For Delegates THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. FOR 24n1 SENATORIAL DISTRICT. J. F. Marshall, OF (CATAaoEI PARasH. FOR GRANT PARISH. R. B. Williams, Or MONorOMIRY. AN ADDRESS To the Colored Voters of the Parish of Grant : I wish to speak to you before you cast your vote for a man to represent you in the formation of a State constitution. I do not think I should have said one word to you but for the reason that I hear your party is trying to bull doze you and make you believe a lie. It is generally conceded that the position of being a delegate should not be made strictly a party one, and that being the case now is the best time...

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 March 1879

." lfa b e. Th the p Ai, MA.lICH 15, 1879. pie's 4~1 judid aduvertisements Mi Spaid for in advance, or Texa Sdaotinwtued after the in ti S db oth --tO br - - t o man, _aok s Best Sweet Navy Ca "--iw------ diw r ouly fro datic J B. Elam baas our thanks spok oral documents. gives bach sorry to learn of the boys death of the wife of Judge set t S0one sendir'g s a club of this .baribe-, and ten dollars, take e the CROICLE one year her coni that imp, N. Carnshan will see that con i supplied with beef from him -e forward. Bully for you, Gec SforJ. F. Marshall for Sen- ices idelgate and . B. Williams ga sentative delegate to the io tional convention. res m oight did not seek the nom  of the negroes-but he was by yietly near to thank them sn the honor(!) when be was J up %Wr go where you are not the if a man wants you to to his place of business he ran uitei you through an adver-& coi s (t. C. Nash has our thanks oni idly remembrance. It is so that the printer has as fine to fall to hi...

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 March 1879

COMICALITIES. song of the sea--ep tune. A ritle club-A gang of burglars. Can yiu get a bark from a ship's log ? An Jrish outcry -- I"iungau's bawl. A soft hand, sir, simouths away wrath. A retired Boston fireman calls himself an ex-spurt. A man who carries a watch is always behind time. Belonging to a screw steamer The steamer's (s)crew. Stands are always sold at auc tion to the bny-atatiders. The rooster's spur is more pene trating than a cat's purr. Is it right to condemn a remaik because we think it trte ? A lost (t)art-The on, that was left alone with the small boy. A lumber dealer failed last week --Couldn't pay his board bills. None but the brave deserve the bair, is how the aborigine puts it. Boston has another female ghost. The people spectre see her every might. Almost all of us are generous to a fault, if the fault happens to be our own. The farmer who keeps his fences in good order has a good deal of stile about him "One touch of nature," observed the inebriate, as the g...

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 March 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. , @tmtoratic aournal, bcbotcr to ~artd anb rncr;al frtus, 'itcrature, cicncc, `griculturc, etc. VOL. II. COLFAX, GRANT PARISII, LA., SATURDAY, MARCII 22, 1879. INO. 20. 4;oIfanr Lbronit. g. G. GOODWTP .N, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. TERMS: Syetr, in advance,..-......2 00 " oths , ..........1 2.5 months, ". --------- 7*~< ~pp V'P a6t the end f the year.) ADVEPTISING RATES: Sq , (1 mac spacs) firat insertion, a.ch subsequent insertion 50 cta. as of a square charged as a q-sar, unless otherwise agreed Caisrof a Personal nature, when ¢ charged at double rates. aNale and Business Cards, sr qa , $10 per year; two gmIansU' Awrwot'xcxxKxtrrr -$ ti sb must in every instance ac _ay she order. t.m 6 ms; I year gw Coluual 18 $30, $ " j " I * $12 620' _ $45 gutr " $141 $151 211 $30 " TrTasient advertisements pays tiadvunce. quarterly ads. monthly advhae: rearly ads. quarterly in ad ,szneept by specal contract. Sidvesrtisemeut are not paid for s the tie erlirte for nhich tl...

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 March 1879

. . . . . ith RAGAN & NASH, PaortaToa. an - ýG_- Q_ -O O rD W'WTP" ' - ,. £DITOR and PUBLISHER. in SATURI)AY, MARCHI "2", 1, 79. to fei AGENTS. hbn Mr. A. A. GoDnWi. of Alexandria, i ,o an authorized agent of the ('IIRNICLE,!t and wiN eontract for advcrtiscment " ts i it receive subsct iptona.S ce .Masrs. McCAIN & BMo.. ot Moott gotery. are our authorized It'gotR. 1 1 . _ .I t i tI< VICTORY! in Last Kick of the "Dead t Duck" Party in Crant. Deat at Their Own Game! R. B. Williams, Democrat, Elected ti by a Majority of One Hundred and Seventy-Four! tl Early on the morning of the election day crowds upon crowds b, of negroes commenced to pour in- u, to Colfax. At seven o'clock the court house door was thrown open, s. but as one of the comin iesioniers, Mr. Thos. Hickman, hadl not ar-c rived, it was necessary to wait an d hour, as the law provides. Eight!, o'clock having arrived, the cor- d missioners present, C. H. Mumford tI and Lorinzo Smith, selected A. M. a Trust 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. — 22 March 1879

t colar Qbronict wDlAY, MARCH 22, 1879 - 7All judicial advertigementi Sbe paid for in advance, or Sill be discontinued after th - f Jackson's Best Sweet Navy a. n30-1y Ibe o5oars of the Bart Able ra thanks for New Orleans l Sabine Southron has placed J. B Elam at its mast-head its i boice for the next Governor SlBonnie Lee, which sunk in SBiver just above Montgomery Sueka ago, has been raised, pmn!d Colfax last Tuesday on lway to New Orlesans. 'at long talked of fence back 1e Oalboob plantation, next to s Darro, in order to separate  -s- the pine hills, and keep oat Mealol the largo stock raisers aat section, is at last in course ay eeotretion. ir.t J. Pirtle returned homee j Tuesday on the Silver City. Sinia 1ne health, and just as Ssad obliging' as he has al been. He has our thanks - Sh:reveport and T'xas pi Ore-wtber tk a lItte hy uff' qalabr beaten track tis a e_. treated as tou (-cild ap that 'a at all exp, t"- 1. A I no are .bore grI'n l ,of ;ny oil. Ino,lttle !:urtu ...

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 March 1879

m am_'._._ -- .r--- ;---- . . A Printe's Misfortune. .ome years ago, when the writar was reporter upon an Easter paper, it devolved upon hun to write for the same edition an account of the presentation of a gold-beaded cane It to Bev. Dr. Mudge, the clergyman houel of the place, and a description of a very I hbg killing machine that hadt just ever t been put to operation at a factor. Now, what made Mr. Mudge mad , fair was this. The iucotniderate bo- patrol caneer who made up the form goK" it the two locals mixed in a fright- r ful manner, and when he went to ol , press, somethtug like this was the I ' appalling re.ult: J.J. `'8iome of Mr. Mndehe's frientd' exanI called to see him yesterda, amnt Ti after a brief conneltatioun he tu no ie suspected hog was seized by thit- I kees bind legs and slid along the beam, tHeit until he reached the hot wate ll tank. His friends explanlled tint i'" object of their visit anti presenteid Ll him with a gold-headed bulclte All who grabbed him by ...

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 March 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. SPmmtraxtir journal, bcboteb to Xmzi ainb 6ntral rtus, fiterattre, Scientc, ~grimrturt, ett. IL, COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1879. INO. 21. -- --- · ----·- - ----- -- --- ;, ou1ronicke. IfTR and PUBLISHER. TERMS: is advance, ....... $2 00 . , ..........1 25 at," .......... 75c pO at the end of the year.) 3TISING RATES: fl itd psea) Brst insertion, -subseqent insertion 50 cts. d a square charged as a isldes otherwise agreed dof Personal nature, when sLrged at double rates. and Business Cards, .t%10 per year; two , AnNovscMClrsNT - $5. Slsust in every instance ac h. order. I m.l msi m 1I year S$12' $20 $i $45 1ins advertismeuets pays ; quarterly ads. monthly ;veasrly ads. quarterly in ad by simcial contract. islti nts are not paid for lise expree for which they ordered to be published. th,.t pnued, and payment exacted Mee tL. v app ared in the 3 amdvertiemerents sent to this uot otherwise lHpcilfid, w ill I till forbid, and charged :- I m an...

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 March 1879

cb ( lfft Q aronitrtc; ULaLNh & NASH, Pnl oroPlZToar. EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, MARCH -9, 1879. AGENTS. Mr. A. A. GoopwLy. of Alexn:dria, is an authorized agent of the CunieOICLs , and will contrect for advertisementu land receive aubecriptuea. Measrs. McCAuI & BRo.. of Mont gpmory, are our authorized auonts. REFORM MEASURES. The following are among the many propositions that are made by the State press for the coneid eration of the constitutional con vention: 1. Biennial sessions of the Leg islature. 2. Reduce the salaries of all State officials twenty-five per cent. 3. Abolish the office of regis trar, making the poll tax receipt the certificate of suffrage. 4. Abolish district courts and the ofGce of district attorney. 5. Abolish the office of tax (ol lector and transfer his duties to the aherif 8. Make the judiciary appointive and for a period of not less than six years. 7. Fix the rate of compensation for members of the General As sembly at four dollars a day, 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. — 29 March 1879

6Mfa l !aruirkE. AY, M]ARCH 29, 1879. _ j_ judiciw advertisements for in advance, or oninud after the ow and falling. rim mails are a fraud. ja-sof's Best Sweet Navy u30-ly it about time have a fish S'pie.aie ? lurant is building a ware a the point between Cane td rivers, opposite Colfax. little steamer Kolegon, -s been plying Cane River ,left for St. Louis Thurs SLA A. Goodwin, of Alexan ys there are undoubted that the cotton worm par early this season, and e numbers Iby's Lady's Book for April oe to hand with its usual of interesting and irstru'tive sad patterns and pictures that will fill the ladies abounded delight. uaderstand that o,! of the used in the battle, of Maus will e chipned from Grant' so the Bart Able on her trip. It will arrive at the ne t huday nIighlt. 0p wrek a 1ltle iI ( o girl, the of Jim 3louro., about for a.rs of age, was drownedi isn aayo h Darro. She anid n girl were playing in a fi.t whben she fell overboard and ibefore help could be had. Ti is bat oue ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 29 March 1879

. . .. . .......·-- ------- ----... !~i The Mal of Cheek. "Gentlemen, I am now intro ducing to your notice a now and very valuable article - staple as flour-money refunded if it don't gia satisfction-- ' "Don't want it," said we turning back to the store desk. "That's something you can't tell much about, boss, until you tee the article." And he set the heavy carpet-bag down upon the doorr witt a suppressed sigh of relief. "*This here is Pratt's Perennial Grease Extractor and Corn Salve, the family friend, and the lmarvel of the nineteenth century-" "You can't sell anything here this afternoson." "\ hat'll you bet I canu't? " We turned round again and ex amined him. He was a short, well built man, with a weather-beaten, brick-red face, small features, a wild blond mustache, and an im pudent dull blue eye. A stiff trli hat was cocked jauntily over hiis right eye. His clothes were shab by and thin for the weather; but their conscious and defiant poverty gave them a showy set that sug g...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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