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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 29 November 1879

TS Pw.OMeb 5w smeTwow0, November Il rt of PostmasterGneral to-day. Largme portions totpre tatlo of staistical his so B sTt -lhWLtAT atIO3. eneral renews the reces p itatned In his last report for the Slaw readjusting the copeno ,for carrying mail upon a s and frequency . 80tn P hIe teavt I requested. Thm recmcrne at the approPrWon to enable eral to obtain the pope te prompt transmlmIsonof mal be Increase I this year to I J,). Sof railway service on the 30th of Iwas at the rate of t ,b" 0 per a- p Saerease over the cost of the service qu pleoedtr 1 year of $a e Thss 1o. st, however, represen te aeta ,d pre in the service, as account P Stken of a reduction of five per -oet. of -e ompeo atiol ros Juflilul bit - - act of June I, l87e. The this deduction is, in round num- as iO mnaking, wita the $UMo Of of S6M1,0 for 1879 over 1eee, -ill less than b. per cent. The tt  fcrese of business all over the the sad the reasonable certant tihatl be roserity will continue for somln d require ...

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 November 1879

:Thc Colfzr 6Frnnict.j \ ::DxY, NOVEMBER 29, 1879 :,.i.,ditl .4drerlisrents nmust be paid ., adr, (1r. or they trill be discontlfsed the first isuertion. I.OC3 AL, DOTS. pasJ:: 1H5s played thunder. B!.,ck:ru should be the black ,, ., h St..' e for District Judge. V.te" 'for the constitution" and f~,r svdlnace I1elati e to State debt.' --  - Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy 'obacco. n30-ly Ii there )i anything in a name untor should ho, District Attorney. The Alexandria Democrat says: Jurists ought to carry the law in heir heads, and not under their rms. Vote for Blackman !" -- Jt.= - Tax-collector Nash widl commence e sale of lands M le4tinquent taxes ext Monday moeing, and proceed rom day to day thereafter until all he lands are sold upon which taxes due. The river fell an inch at Shreve rt last Saturday, and the Standard ay the prospe c's are that it will utinue to fall. This is very dis nragimg news with the.river at its resent stage, but from the appear ce of the weather for th...

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. — 6 December 1879

"THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Stmrraditi Ourna, Rbtattb to oAral ab Lr.al wiUDsA, Diteraxre, Srtitnt, grirtutrm, itt. III. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1879. NO. 4. lgYKANDRIA CARDS. B. TURNER, agret, Plesewlle, L. Mjost received a large snpply of AND WINTER GOODS I were bought low and will be at Bottom Prices. -DAILER IN y GOODS, GROCERIES, , CUTLERY, TIN AND HOLLOW WARE, ints, Oils, Perfumery, Dye Stuffs, SHOES. BOOTS, CLOTHING, SADDLERY, TENT MEDICINES ALL GOODS usually kept in a Store. al4- ly --- - Goods ! New Goods! reeeived by the undersigned, a sd well assurted stock of IOLEN GOODS, CALICOES -AND ral Merchandise, pich unmot uand will be sold ap for Cash ! ANJD SEE FOR YOURSELVE8 At onr OLD STAND. MILLING & BOLTON, SPrmWvxLL, LA. MIW ORLEANS CARDS. WHEELER & PIERSON Sus*eesror to ," Irht.ler, and Pieroem Hewrs, AND 8tRISHG GOOD8 'Wholesale ad Retail, mL. 18 and 15 Camp Street, SE'l'" UOL.LEA8, LA. department up stairs, with a full line of Goods for UN ...

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. — 6 December 1879

TILE CHRONICLE. LFAX, - LOUIISIANA ITEMB OF INTEREST. Prsmal sad ltetrar. -Vinnie Ream has nearly finished he e of Farragut. -A new memoir of Lord Beaconsfield out in England, bears this mott< m Artemus Ward: "Ho asked mi was my prinserpuls, ' I ain't go ,' I said, ' not a prinserpnl; I'm ii show bigness.'" -Mr. Longfellow and the Indian gir Bright Eyes" met at a dinner partyis bridge the other day. The peel presented to the Indian, who grace y mentioned the poem "Hiawatha,' n which Longfellow exclaimed, his is Minnehaha!" -The late Dr. Lovick Pierce, whc recently at the age of 96, was a neer of Methodism in Georgia and ma, and wa a leading spirit in, the tions which cansed a split in the rch; though since the war he favored kindest rlations toward the North. Churj, His life was full of re b erienes. No minister wa. famous in the South, and none so ed. He was the founder of the fmous esleyan Female College of Georgia. leaves four generations of descend ta, having one grtgret-gand...

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. — 6 December 1879

 3T FOR THE HOUSEOIOLB, The Table. -- I Fritters: Take 25 clams and ,ream in their own liquor, salt and ltbhem slightly; cook for 15 min I.wly; drain the clams, choppin as fine as possible, removing all S.d portions first; make a batter dr gs, with a half-pis . of sifted a pint of milk; get it as as possible; mix the clams with a.butter for frying. A small ad ad parsley is excellent. ..-lekwheat Cakes: A lady says: I Mt a little batter, a day or so before to use it, and as fast as it rises;1 sdd a little more water and four and do0n. Then, when I wish to use it, l out mough to use for that time, enough In the batterdish toraise the next morning, and never put e Into that. Avoid putting in too j soda, and yet use enough to ; thin with a little sweet milk Ii makes them brown nicely) and tl have the griddle hot, and the are fit for a king. ..Ptato Salad: Cut ten or twelve q boiled potatoes into slices from a b to half an inch thick; put these a the salad bowl with four tableshon- a ...

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. — 6 December 1879

pide U'I;!DAY, DECEMBER 6, 1879. to V rivel .i.ldicil Adrerlicrmets p$Nt be paid We . .lr,-e'y. or they will be diaerrnlitsed , 9 lirt inxer"tir. ariu w-- iti L()CAL, 1)DOTS. rn \. clcctloa news from elsewhere. Ten ('heav Jackson's Best Sweet Navy eral Saco. nu30- ly rf e well iLotUI the DeSoto Democrat we a'y arn that Hon. J. B. Elam left f5r can ashington on Wednesday, Nov.! th. After the New York election we the rote it thus: "We have met the mU., in emy and er-er-we are ther'n," but tow w about the home election ? folk Capt. Nash has been selling lands . C -r delinquent taxes every day this C eek. Persons owing taxes should me forward and settle up and thus I ve cost and penalties. Some of our enterprising citizens ave started a fiat-boat line in oppo ition to the "pool line." They take Foz tton to Alexandria for $1 50. For wi eight or passage apply on board to e ptain Hiram Williamson or Pilot Fee "homas Lofton. Mr. Grant's little boat for Cane Clt 'ver, the Kate, left Colfax M...

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. — 13 December 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONIJLi t enradic jmirnnJ, bebotcb ta Tornal anb rtneral ates, itture, Stitn, .ritr t. OLn III1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1879. I :., tIO 5 rA LEXANDRIA CARDS. B. TURNER, its S ret, Pacetale, Le. sl jast received a large supply of AND WINTER GOODS ! - were bought low and will be d at Bottom Prices. llY G0DS, GROCERIES, WARE, CUTLERY, TIN AND HOLLOW WARE, ts, Oils, Perfumery, Dye Stuffs, SHOES. BOOT4, CLOTHING, SADDLERY, TENT MEDICINES &i ALL GOODS usually kept is a Store. 14" ly rs Goods! 1asw Goods I IM resolved by bthe atersigned, a sad well assorted stock of WOOLEI GOODS, CALICOES -AXD- ral Merchandise, whi must asd will be MoId ap for Cash! AND SEE FOl YOUIISELVES G At oar OLD 8TaxD. MILLING & BOLTON, PzhINVILs. LA. IEW ORLEANS CALD.$. WHEELER & PIERSONf Baaeser. Se Slaetsr, aud Piemrd ! Ne. AND WAlessle tad Rsel, X2 W ORLEAINH LA. departaeast up stals, with a all line of Gods toer UNTRY TRADE. Sw self mesasre sent as ppli. Goods ...

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. — 13 December 1879

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. OUTWARD BOUND. My trusty, well-beloved friend, Late aned, not to meet again; Olur cheery, farewell words were said. While tears stood eloquent, unshed, Within our meetlnK eyes: I kept my secret to the end. Nor breathed whp of the pal I bear with me oother skies. It Is not mset that I should stay To trouble thine assured content With asious thoughts of how I fare, Since softer footsteps everywhere Move close beside thine own; Nor vex thee with mtie atered way. Since sweeter fonder love hath lent Thy fe's glad songs deeper tonea Nay, if I kept mine olden place, And lived mine olden life with thee, This faithful heart, that many years IIath shared alike thy mniles and tears. Might learn a Sereer beast, 8inee thou haus won the peerless face Whose beauty was denled to me, Yet hath my love, long given, complete. I loved bher, friend, uas few men love I Lot Iwill speak the tnth to-niht, Thou an not here to feel my pain Thou canst not see thendg rain Of...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 13 December 1879

3 JOAN ADVYETU UR. girty W mh 5,,ps Wh Uimi  --m.-mm  ho e ae p PTmRs m Rpho ne I (~~rm the New York Wori ] iNerox, November 22.-The etthat General Sickles's daugh eloped with a man named Mo Sis generally credited here among embers of the foreign legations. r from what can be gathered ga as elopement had been planning s last two years. McCarthy's life e 1873 would read like a romance. tqh engaged in numerous dubious al lrhe has most successfully tihself out of serious troubl. His LsvlsMttothis city was paid lathe jlte of 1871 and 1872. By some - he lbgratiated himself with prom Iut members of the foreign legations Swith army and navy oMfers. He is a handsome man, of fine presence, well giated, of refined tastes, sad, al bough over 40 years of age, does not eak more than 80. He represented imuself as an ex-Confederate odcer, earing the rank of Colonel, and stated Oat he had served in Mexico under Maximilian and was a member of his gdaf. He said also that he was well seqoainted w...

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. — 13 December 1879

g lr. b ,ltIDAY, DPCEMBERU13, 1819. - ------------------. . Judicial Adrerliseentse meat be paid r ; vdrancr, or they will be dircotmnsed b /e fl r rA ' tIe*. o - -- b LOC AL 1)OT'. a ýreatier cool and pleaseau. t ' The crete asol bayous are fall of '-er since the rains. .i Chew Jackson's Beat Sweet Navy 1 uobsaco. n30-1y s See notice of the tax.collector of ring to annul sale and remit penal- r es where parties settle up. That was a flue rain Tuesday and ' -esday night. It is estimated the I in-fall was nearly three inches. d Ae exchanuge ays: "On with the SI let joy be nucoM8ued," which eot selt a bad reudition of the tion, after all. The atteutiou of rowdies is called theeitisens organisation pablished i f the first page of the CHRO1ICLz.. C Every day for t~e pact week we okeed poson breaking wild buorse. hey sem to pensidler it fun, but oh h has,4o .;sarms for most p.other risk some roy b a Kus Wea he atound that ro are t go to occur in I locality s the sear future. This elser...

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. — 20 December 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. VOL IImrat COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, a ., SATURDAY s, ifCEMBERr, 20iete, 1grirltur., etc. VOL. III. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1879. INO. 6. ALEXANDRIA CARDS. B. TURNER, ea .latss sreet, Pssnc4e, La. has just received a large supply of FALL AND WINTER GOODS! I which were bought low and will be Sold at Bottom Prices. -DALLR In DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, TIN AND HOLLOW WARE, Soaps, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, Dye Stuffs, HATS, SHOES. BOOTS, CLOTHING, 8ADDLERY, PATENT MEDICINES And ALL GOODS usually kept in a Counntry Store. sl4-1y New Goods! New Gooeds! Jnat reeeived by the undersigned, a large and well assorted stock of WOOLEN GOODS, CALICOES General Merchandise, which must and will be sold Cheap for Cash! CALL AND SEE FOR YOU1RSELVES At our OLD StArn. MILLING & BOLTON, .T-ly Pzzav'a., l.a. NEW ORLEANS CARDI. WHEELER & PIERSON Sscesaors to DanIy 4 Wheeler, sad Piarsea 4 Res, CLOtHING r FURNt8tING GOD8 Wholesale qrd Retall, ...

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. — 20 December 1879

THE CHtRONICLE. POLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. POOR LISETTE. ly the quails in the cornland pipe, yellow harvest is bending ripe; ly the children each other greet, andering down through the village street. y the garden gate leans poor Idsette; Her lover," they whisper. "comes not yet." be looks afar to the edge of the sky, here blue and misty th e mountains lie. bat sudden echoes of fife and drum own the long, dim, winding valley come! bring they news for poor Lisette pturc at last or a life's regret? ugh ring the bngle-notes, so sweet; earer the rythmuc tramp of feet; at trempest rushes to clasp Llsette; Cith lips so warm and with eyes so wet? he is safe in her lover's arq at last; Ike a dreary dream is the empty past; Ilt music of joy in her glad heart plays ut muornting glows in her radiant lace. hile clearlv the qualls in the cornfield pipe, nd silent the harvest is bending ripe, and the children shout to the fife and drum uat pain is over and peace Is come. -CWia Therter, Lt ie Idepend...

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. — 20 December 1879

FARM TOPICS. sl era as scurrPP xoxn GRADS. tin b ery little of this species of grapes re4fndifo1ia) is known by your hrs readers, some of them may be Nc o orntlý curious to know more o its Fa taiesa. In common with all the native varieties, it is diacious , or in other words the pistil- t S fruitful plants have a portion of ] sfowers and a portion of imper Sowers in the same cluster, while ea  plants have all the flowers sy destitute of a stigma and pistil, thu Js consequently all entirely barren. col ~ leing the case, of what use are oi latter plantsP They are not need- for 4gg the fertilization of the fruit-bear- Fa g urton, as sufficient flowers are per ba to produce an enormous crop of t, ad it makes no difference in the dtyof fruit if there is not a stami s plant within miles of them. This bt s case with labrusc, cordifolia, on ards and roundifoia. V. e.astcaIs I an ym never examined critically. I have mns cultivating the rotundifolia class r some thirty years or more, and ob ...

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. — 20 December 1879

C' t Q`olfai Ohranik. ý -.\ I'UIIDAY, IDECEMBER 20, 1St). t . .I .dii , 4d rli...' NtnI n.t whe paid 1 f , , ,.dreom. er they will Ih dirs,oatinar I , lit. , 4t *ertli. L . . L()CAL )OTS. A merry Christmas to all. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy d Tobacco. n30-ly ! While enjoying the good cheer of the holidays, don't forget that little bill you owe the printer. ( The river altogether raised about I t four feet at this point, but has fallen c some five inches in the past three a days. Capts. Williamson and Lofton have returned from Alexandria with their fleet little steamer, more commonly I known as a flatboat. I The little steamer Kollegon, that ° plied in Cane river last winter, made I her appearance Thursday evening, af- a ter an absence of several months at '1 St. Louis. Glad to see her. The Tax-Collector has been selling L jut delinquents for the past two reeka, and will to-day finish up with thenon-residents. Agood many per sons have bid in tracts of the Cal houn land. For Chris...

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. — 27 December 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. $ enmocratit lrnomal, btbo ti to fotaI anb (6tneral ~uos, tittrature, srinre, grididture, etc. VOL. III. 1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 187 NO. 7. VOL. III.I COLFA~X, GRA~T PARI'SH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBEIR 27, 1879. INO. C. ; T _ _ _~ I n iliD.. . .. ... . . -; ......... ... m---~- nnn_-m nu _ n a Uain u . . ALEXANDRIA CARDS. B. TURNER, SM.adis Street, Pdane tle, La has just received a large supply of FALL AND WINTER GOODS which were bought low nald will be Sold at Bottom Prices. -DEALER IN- DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, JIARDWAILE, CUTLERY, TIN AXE HOLLOW WARE, Soaps, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, D)ye Stuffs, HATS, SHOES, BOOTS, CLOTHING, SADDLERY, PATENT MEDICINES And ALL GOODS usually kept in a CounAtry Store. s14-ly New Goods! New Goods! Jlrt rc,,,eived by the nm'ersigned, a large and wl 11 as.sorted stock of WOOLEN GOODS, CALICOES CoPar- Merchandise, wl, h t.u t nal will e A'ckl Cheap for cash! C.AL.L AND SEE FOR YOUI:SILVE .At our Or.D SrA...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 27 December 1879

TIHE CII)ONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. -Tennyson and Carlyle are both in veterate smokers, and both suffer from dyspepsia. -Dr. Glenn, the California wheat Prower, is said to have had 45,000 acres in wheat this year; his crop was 800,000 bushels. For working his enormous ranch he has 400 double teams. -After the first of next January it is rumored Mr. McClure will leave the ed itorial chair of the Philadelphia Times and study to be an Episcopal minister. -George Augusta Sala, who, among other things, has the reputation for be ing the best after-dinner speaker in England, will probably spend the win ter in New Orleans. -The late William H. Hunt is said to have begun his artistic career at 20 years old, by cutting medallion portraits from a hard, yellowish substance obtained from the bleaching vats of Lowell. His sis ter still wears one of these, mounted as a brooch. -Victor Hugo, in one of his recent speeches, said: " Shakespeare-all Englan...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 27 December 1879

HITS FOR THE HOUSEIIOLD. The Table. -Float : One tablespoon of loaf sugar, and one tablespoon of jelly to the white of every egg; beat for several hours. --Feather Cake: One cup of sugar,one cup of sweet milk, three cups of sifted I flour, one egg, one tablespoonful of but ter, two teaspoonfuls of cream-tartar, ' and one teaspoonful of soda. -Pine Apple Sherbet: Juice of six lemons, one can of pine apples cut fine, sugar to taste, and after it begins to freeze add the whites of six eggs, well beaten with two tablespoons of sugar. --Ginger Pudding: Five eggs, two cups each sugar and butter, four cups flour, one cup each of molasses and sour milk, teaspoonful of soda, ginger and allspice to taste. Sauce: Half pint of molasses, one pint of sugar, lump of butter, little water, ginger to taste, boil all well together. -Squash Pie: Take a good sized a crook-necked squash, one-fourth of a pound of butter to a milk-pan of squash. y Sweeten to taste. A bottle of cream; one quart of milk, unl...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 27 December 1879

ri, DAY, DECESBER 27, 18"79i Jtdicial rAd crJlieu'eat7 munst be yuid M Isdwnecr. or they will h di«snlmtcn r e irt't inertioin. JQOCAL ,DOTIS. heow Jackson's !Best Sweet Navy c VI)eo. ,3t- ly ota of new goods at the two a'f Mrs. A. C. Deal. Tie wihl Texan got hail in time to Christmats O. K. ristmas has come and gone, and -ibould not start the New Year the printer. ttt this time of the year people , * to get ready to declare they do so no more again anyhow. that 'Chriatmrus conies _'te a year," and make allow for any lack in the Cano.ieL's , sa this week. 8. 0. Scruggs delivers a Ma- . lkettre to-day, the occasion of nstdllation of the officers of toe at this place. attractive daughters of our t "6-ioalgd and clever old friend, u SJoshua Kemp, have thanJks for anvitation to the party at their f on Christmas day. sugar grinding ea'on just t about closing is said to have the most prolific prodtuced in an for years, frequentl3 over I hbgsheads of sugar being made acre. reade. may pr...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 January 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONI ,t ,i L.t. ttafare, :ý to, $gri,-t s º tt. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, ,J1NUA! 3, 1880. N 8 DRIA CARDS. g, TURNER, S.ved a largu supply of WINTER GOODS! ghýt low and will be *ottom Prices. co I, GROCERIES, CUTYL5Y, TIN AND 4 LO, W WAR,. tn, Oils, Perftumery, Dye Stuffs, *l 3 OOT8, CLOTHING, 5ADDLERY, T MEDICINES 06D usuanvlly kept in a sl4- ly I INw Goods I by the undernigned, a OSOl, CALICOES Merchandise, p, t and will be sold for Cash! F0R YOUISELVES Gj l A BOLTON, Pz,tas, LA NS CADS. sad Plusea .j Hers, t 4O ,8. lCsaa p Street, . LA. or ist, witha a TRADE. agmme t on appil O.0. D. 18-$y 1f4 BABIN, I. charge,) I* OBLE4N& O9IALTIES: SCOODWYN, Sa..AC r., .. 0o - iuG.... govt asing Stoeo S'we lln can b -t t h e nam-s of - Cookrlaitores, wthi Na , fll tralbw, twO .ed. and poces o bees. Lwbme jao U~d G A A. EAN, I COLFAX.......... LO CL8N AN Thi' GE( DERALER I At .a bed A kui 04OY COS 'oes ur A ant 'ii' N GRlOCERIESa anal HARDWARE. d d CUTLERY. 7 ew...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 January 1880

TIlE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - LOUISIANA. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Persual and LitLeray. -Miramu, the new prima donna, says she never took a lesson in acting. It is her belief that if one has soul and feel ing, the expression and the acting come by intuition. -The prize of $50 offered by the New York I~tropolitan Museum of Art, for the best set of twelve tiles, has been awarded to Miss Mary King Longfellow of Portland, Maine. -Herbert Spetcer is wintering in Egypt for his health, which has been senousiy shattered by his recent close application to study. His forthcoming work will be entitled " Ceremonial In stitutaons." -The late John Blackwood, one day ia conversation with Miss Annie Brew. ster, related how he aad George Eliot i:ul corresponded for some time before he knew she was a woman. " I called her ' pear George,'" he said merrily, " and employed some easy expressions, such as a man uses only to a man. Af ter I knew her I was a little anxious to remember aM tha I might have said." -Some...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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