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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 17 April 1880

Adl NSIDL eu be utilised with - rakig early mint near aseo well to place a Sthe apras bed, top gwth. a compost heap this ls  luse vegetable matter tddecay. Pile it in a asu to ~eist fermenta SrsuH will be a valuable . sembers rand melons, . ik nches deep and six invert them, and plant dia, and place in cold Sjeady to plant out, lift 1 pladt in the hills where e to grow. This is better is the most delicate and tim cabbage family, and hId' best in warm, damp S oedd nights. To keep the sgor spreading, draw over it, and lay a stone them in place. enadeavor to train their S i, allowrhg their branches 40 about a foot above the ,pmidalshape. The from the heated iedaummer sun. The bark t rack and get wormy. the fruit. The tree is ad is not easily toppled ' wlpoeble to get rid of Take fie dust tobacco, as ground spice is sold Swith an awl in the prthe wool just behind aroand the body, and dust eM bshep quite thick. Do l dlfferent places on the s ticks are most likely pwm has been spilled ...

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. — 17 April 1880

SATUaDAY, APRIL 17, 1880. 9O0 riVr Subscription S2 a Year. In advafn. of WJadicie Adowlanursmt oat bek pid of' for it edesee, or seAy wi kbe dwasc sed eaut qjler the irst ertie". .Aft AGE1NTs. go Ma. A. A. Goepwr., of AIekaurls. is wit an authorised agent of the C$WosCaIcu and will contract for edvertiemeents aa re ceive cberieptloa5. --w ,sers. IMcCau & BPO.. of Ifontgom ery, are oar sathorised agents. ret em LOCAL DOTS. po Crops are floe. fro em Dew berries are ripe. For latest styles spring goods go tie to A. C. Deal's. K Police Jury adjourned Friday after To a session of fear days. m, A full assortment of spectsoles at tbh T. M. Bioeeat's. Alexandria. You are buyipg corn. How would 8 would it do to plant more? Soewing machio e and att e at T. X. Pioeiat's.' A1m ldria. pe Moo~goniy i to have another ml theatrical entertainment in May. Send your wtebas, clocks and jewelry to T. K. Biossat, jeweler, bi Alexandria, La., to be repaired. Al GO3ss have appeared in great numbers in...

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. — 24 April 1880

THE . COLFAX CHRON ICE. i:. gcn rratc ounal, bettnt to Iatai anb &trai ~, ý stos, narat, s.ante, ,giultmur, tr. CI.j COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1880. NO. 24. xd4 CHRONIOLE, . Evry Saturday, at , .lb OGrant Parish, La. .ni FIPBIETOL -, ii- - SCRIPTIO3 o Ic , ar .....eut 7 ..... t O ;+a.~s ab ly in advan e. º.iý 0T, ADFVERTISIN. F hrged double price. ýý b 3. 3!UL 3IE 6 u. lyr. at l ; each subseqlent pubtirca-r W31 1 d 71 25 mubjeot, of , Swlaited, but no attention ý 1: Ct 1Ct.s, Colfax, La. .E Hatrel, . IIDCE MERCHANT, e  t Street .... New Orleans, Ls ~rL S, Decatur Street. ti-s. alti given to the .sale et 1a eS, Tall Wool. Mois, Bees ta I4rhrke awl all otLer country - . Laiesal advasLcts. liai nu all i a? :g Jl ' mettt.fa t. ry ratangc- ]i : iT'hIWs Lran ut UnusYu P'I.M4o 1 F4; acll_ tors, ait aill be to the d" r 4 h former cust."mert to ad ge a regard to advances on - . Cettoa C op. 30a E. IIATREL. . A. DUCRlOS. "tfl. M fon NIMi callit BI As ad Sug...

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. — 24 April 1880

THE CHRONICLE. S>i mil COLFAX, - . LOUISIANA. fas THE DEAD POET. top cot The poet's little span is done. we The iwt' wolk oI,eatlth goes on. The huand that strikes the ringing chords; a The thought that clothe itselt In words, we That chime with every varying mood. Tlhat gives a friend to solitude; In fiaah or fire. in lmiles or tears, S5 Wakes echoes for all coming years. thi The poet's band and heart are dust. ire The poet's grave lies green and hushed. tO Ills music lives, and soars, and swells And shapes the natures where It dwells, . Blends with their grisf, refinest their mirth. ab Glves of its own pure grace to earth Shrines dreams and lancies. and forlove Finds words to speak and strength to lot prove. to Oh, many a heart struck desolate, And umany a life, by bitter fate thi Loft dry, and dull; and many a soul, ('hafing 'galust cinrcumstance' control, o In fret and doubt, the suest balm ha yilds In the poet's golden calm. de Their blessing whom his power has blest Haloe...

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. — 24 April 1880

g. of an ounc o m * osoapsuds, yoo u one. bp awy all animals -ho oy the bark. she w av6ing auggoo f the omfortb have purpoe of ab- put u .cyetents. the n: '-.Soak the bread' g"ijll;k until they will orate I 'n, a cup of rs good fl.a" avor to taste; g t Serve with sweet- what -71 t uabes that are made what coal ashes are on a and a divisor of son basl mewsl save all the a. f - upnly of potash, .1; Snt element of fer the 1 -- se a great deal of who L e ma have of th -----i of shell. Nothing Sthan raw bones - '.M areof special value Of i atereo',ntsine d tikes -' a d Treesd: Heat an far.' in an iron it In one gallon of warm applyt to the ing i...IlearsZion the mossa o - wll dlrop off and the h i s n i tosan t aim511 are the most fat animal has been - he latter part of its phn ya imal is ready for wall ttbereisfeed left, buy pile blil and feed them. sic 1b.=o8ur" brings the cian db r with Carrot : To fun, Sbitr, grte off the bree piia of a cleasn, good- me. eover a teacup of 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. — 24 April 1880

ý-4.LUaf 4ranict. SADt Y, APRIL '4; 1880. Subso r $2a Year, in advanoe. - tm'odlia AdrerUdemets ..t to paid for is We'saee, or they will be disaoSau.d fler IAf $rst fuurties. AGENTS. Mn. A..: hooowura of Ale=nadria,_ i an authojd agett of the CuatxtcL, and will con*st r ie vdrtieenments and re ce.ive tbe srlpions. Megtrt I [r a BLo., of Montgom ery, ate oatu athorisad ·nts. LOCAL DOTS. District Court first Tuesday in May. The river has fallen about four feet within the past week, and continues to declir, about six inches a day. Threks tqthe popular clerks of the Jesse K. Bell, ISeasra. Hamilton and famer, for fles of bate New Orleans papers. Don't forget that you can secure a bargain in a bran new Wilson aewing macbp b1 calling at the COoNicLs o0 F c being caught in greati mum ,i5 the beyoes near by, and the  or eb -frys is upon us. Who inteato indulge? An t contraband of our town sr.hed where he expects to go be dies, says be is "going to whr e land 'soapes over pastures of er...

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. — 1 May 1880

!THE COL FAX CHRONICL E. OtganTratic aournal, btbottb to 1oral a neral tdus, Tiftrature, Seinut, , 'tc. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1880. - 0LF OUBONICLE, ___ Every Saturday, at (rant P~rish. La.. Atte G ODWY, wall .I PBOPRIETOR* . * d D pideb, s, tF e,,.,o^'^( 'I O.P well, SLi & "palr Ad- Ora S " l N" W >ORRK.reAl YIF BUBCRIPTIO. $ Ot f y _r . ............ 1 0 Ise  * .... ..... . 1U . . 1000 Att yaiably it advance. A OFP 4DERTISING. hearged doable pricA. Wil 2wh I 3m. 6ma. 1 lyr. trit I 2 3 u 5 9 also, 5 79 5 .r 1575 Unit 0 0 7 5id12 ( kr# 50 S4 07 W c !lt; ft 30 0O S 2$ r 17 530 :U;2 00 50 ,u U so to e J0 tae per aquare for snhiuquent pubtica ns upon suhj"-ct' of jastsied, bat no atttetiou on writers. AcIA, Colfax, La. E. Hatrel, next ,mD UCE MERCHANT, asmt.... New Orleans, La. Cho o8 Decatr; Street. a given to the ilde of .Lo , Wol, Mossl, tees- Fa . and all other t('onutty care advances made on all at lil gade fs(astory arrange i'4w of tZnr PLAUCcH 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. — 1 May 1880

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, . - LOUISIANA. ' A PLEA POR TfE DUMB AVITMALB. T. eall them dumb. and deem It well. How 'er their bumating hearts may swell They have no voice tLheir wos to tell, As fabulit, have dreamed. ceanot ery. "0 Lord, hew long hrl n. the patient Judge sad strong. Behold reatures sumer wrong Of thn & hy blood redeemedr' et they ilent? need they speech oypaines to reah. hby tirlips eould prphets tesh. Andfor their sakes would spare: When. wrestling with his own decree To ars repentant Nineveh, He found, to strenthen mercy' plea. ' o many aettle ' there? wa they cnoians? Asrl know. His pentecostal gift hath oed. Sthat forgotten speech restaore led the Vuaden of the Loard When Natures voiee was lovel . blest are they the reature.. bleea yet that wealth of tenderess, lalook. i gestue, in cares. BD whch our herts they teach. Mit well the thoghtl spirit grieve. Be s--as we mut believe How litte thor from man receive, To whom they giv so much! Smao silent, as say, etwoe...

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 May 1880

ds Rev. Dr. John Hall, ns presbyterian Church. , - been increased from -. . o $1,,000. 0bvman, now resident in St. ca boa iuvited by the Baltimore dr Olerene to remove to that A having died recently. de was recently placed in tel Church At North ad connected with the rwho are unable to at we bdit Protestant Church vi, dmeits first foreign mis- ca L M. Guthrie, who goes A oman's society in Aitts hr salary. th prt t dispatch says as the first h Sit the Pope, the Bishop of wi be permitted to reopen t( for the education of persons b becoae priests. wsl York Observer offers a th o_ $100 to students in theolog- an rs for the "best essay de- if eteract any one of the th of assault upon Christianity pc ia delity." , .eb t saa Theological Sem- pi , Ky., with a full Fac- in --of 10,000 volumes, is fa with Senior class of fa ·~ iass of two and a Junior L L. j Mta (Ga.) Baptist Seminary o Mostt5. MMost of the freed- al  me harge are studying for ' and some of these are mak- P t to obtain an ed...

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 May 1880

SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1880. 8ubeeorptioin a a Year. In advanee. 7Jdieisl Adeertsetests must be paid for is adesoc, or they Uwill be disoCasened qfter the .rat insertion. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. GOODWar, of Alexandris, is an antborised agent of the CasoxaCL and will contract for advertisements d re ceive subscriptious. MesMers. McCam & Bno., of Montgom ery, are our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. District Court meets next Tuesday. Judge A. V. Ragan has been ap pointed parish surveyor, and expects to file his bond in a few days. On her last trip the Jesse K. Bell brought another large lot of freight for Colfax and Cane river, and the steamer Kolegon had another ban ner trip. The people of Montgomery have our thanks, for kind attentions, which were highly appreeiated and enjoyed while with them Saturday and Sun day last. There are over two millions and a half of bran new silver dollars lying idle in the vaults of the Mint in New Orleans. Oh, that we had the glori one privilege of eirculating...

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 May 1880

THE COLFAX ClH RONI ng pratic amnal, baabi -to Total ab tiural TeRA, ' itrIurt, Ai ai ietc. I' . ..COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1880.' .... "- I- ...... . Nrvry 8atrday, at Grhant Parish, La.o b o 'e DWap . t O. lQ BUJSCItPTLO;. I ;a r p AD ZTI8ING. .aysd double price , #a... a -. 14m. 01 i uO 3 S 5 9o 910 = 315 6 5 9 45 75 Ui T * 7bsJ112 '50 S $ 8 7 5 16 4 7 101 16 3000 S 1750 00 B 0 50 4 00 S1 per eqwua. for sack .bssga.t pablies See saees rtm. S llbilsd. bat me attention 7 atrel, Smu Ne.... w N 0o ., 1a C * Destar Streiet given to the ble d w, Wool, Modr, Be 0and all ouerCotuty s advaes s uas on all "is aud tory arrane . M-4 SMatr PsvcUs ghq Ill be to the 'me etobmers to ad- T I als to advaomem o u LB = BATKREL. . DUCIROS, " ]Mderohant M eeser F star. 41ltAI, LA. es to the saele of ares. Rios, Puss, Maon, ad au other 4ountry a -' w Cwaesng S;jal .tWI-a W OOODWYN, AN JAPAIWARE, : O. ing Sto,,es fAll Sizes, m - be.ad at is Nw Orans. Mas are .fall trinmmed mval boal...

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 May 1880

THE CHRONICLE. OOLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. THE SUN ANYD THE DEW-DROP. mreae wos the night, and the moon in her Id oo thro' the depths of the sta r-ustdded sy; e a sound msave the plaintie sigh of the Which semed to my ear like some soft ll. But in lain did lind ature lore me to slumber. Tho' silken my coverlet down my bed: Bleep,. tho' I sought it. yet came not to soothe Or.a the wild throbbinof heart and at head. I rase from my couach a unrest and of sorrow; Beauteous the morning. murpesingl fair; But tho' nature was smiling, my arws sill Nor ead was the rain which grief had wrought there. A dewdrop which shone in the beams of the Attracted my use with Its clear, briliant ray, is the briht sun with still purer lustre en" As be rose from the east on h lminous war. But eano e tm sun bad attained his mdia That dew-drso lovely had vasishd sway: And sored to the od whieah t morning rssi ed In all it bright beauty, absorbed in his may. That dew-dropso Iesting, sopurad sttcn t tve, Deth oft r...

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 May 1880

pp affected I The Rus- lo deeplyof it. For the struggle between nm  sm for the upremas- mor pore trade has been r' sor the Americans w their strength sae y had the audacity re SOdr~es which is just Irm S-should find it if an 1 to ship coal to New- a ui ao anL American denl to re touched at mm w o otf corn for the l * in the Caucasus. con thought that, as corn I dirt in the interior of iri have been cheaper to Ift' rihn from Odessa, It it all the way pro But this does not; mis 's. Thanks to the buti d bsidizing the rail- oie sad the steamboat comrn- Inc tLh Black Sea, the plo e s excessive that cuT M Tids find it cheaper tha - -- or from America. cur Sthe rovncial pa- t lcomplained I it df of corn were p * tlb$outhern railways, . a n-t e of proper grans- nc imw the weather and e« i the rolling-stock to an( lem As an instance ew Sealan railway or- hIu .-e Odessa Pravda men- cat to the goods station s e ay being situated a t ll ia the export quay, dal Sseylayig the corn In the dr...

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 May 1880

8ATUBDA, MAY 8, s880. g ubiSeeIstpe a Year. In agenes. L m-.- - ,_ .e -- AGENTS. Ms. A. OGoowmr, of Aleandri, is on authorised saent of the CuatIsC.z and will contract ot ar ertisement aend re- a usot Bor &Do.. of Xontge ery, are our a·ohorized agents. LOCAL, DOTS, c Weather fine. Crops look welL Parmers are busy. River continues to fTklI. Drummers are rasticating. __ __ __ E Where are tho*s petitions? I Our butcher has been furnishing b tough chbewing lately. We take.it for granted the Mont gomery entertsiniment was a sucees, b but no one thought to let us kuow i about it. Our crop of leas has been per- 6 eeptibly diminished by the gr.-t d numbers taken .away by the 4lejan dria lawyers. And they do sy we re to Ltre a r real woduag ipn gK midet iS'pew t days, in which a lucky boy is to car ry off a prise in one of our fairest damess. During oourt this; week one of the attorneys grew wrathy and "sassed" the Judge. A fine of $80 and in hour or so in jail cobrinced him of the re...

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 May 1880

1THE DOLA CLI z 'emocratir jowrnal, btbatch to Taral ankb (tnral Nfos, fitertu-, Stitnr, gtittLr, t. l I.j COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1880. xNOr .I veery Satnrday, at Grant Punrish, La.. .--a D- SGOO DWT YN, ad PiOPRIETOB. -=1 ., Ist f.on fo itlulP. it,, N 's per Ad oPr SUBSCRIPTIO.V. er. . ........ ..... i 00 eaw ba............... 1 25 10 00 i ariably in advance. OF { LVERTISI.VO. charged double price. 1.. tuM 3m. 6w. lyr. I l 00 003 5 9 9 00 s 3 5 t 6 50 7 1 75 4 7 10 16 65U u00 is 1 t1 5 17 5 )0 00 25 (0 50 00 s $1 per square for Seach sabsequent publiaca pnsquae. tuis upon subject-' of soltesd, but no atteution Sapueseus" writers. ssarMi. Colfax, La. E Hatrel, b PI CE MERCHANT, Isees ....New Orleans, La 180 Decatur Strot. le(given to the aile of Tallow, Wool. -Mom, Hues ilbus and all otl.ur 'ounutt smal advances made on all eado atisfacto'ry arrange Arm of ia-amr PI.ALuca Pasors, -it ill be to the b *tner eustomeles to ad is regard to advances on eela Crap....

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 May 1880

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, _ LOUISIANA. TaIr. MILadiYo-Y weID sw.t Tme yar pat tie seinozs. La idffe orth was blowinqg,. I stood la m ste aet fod ldh k Gea sent rd t hinwue, -I mta s mid z withhin lck- WTo ere miely kin. weiowing., Nits wo her kerebed her nee, • 'Good depr"' she mid, with liftk head ; Her ba arm showed its demp. H ~wee wafran k andsimp~le. Sd milked inwhUto awooden pald mlkd ad sans a wcountry ditty. BtAn innoet fsnd loer's hle m Tha thias in some not wittyo. TeWo pointlem for tsd ity b. Mba kept in time without a heat. As true so bsl ringers, Unleesshetpe time with her feet, THEl HAUNTED BOUSE. "rLawqy me, Aunt 'Lizabeth, yor Herdon't fur to tell me dat you'ere swine to ib many a phere in d e Simmons n I Anstd I'd liknute to know, Mary Janesight wed silent fur I can't lb herinte," Mr Elizabeth Smith replied, and c her face had notite been coal-black, 3-ou would have seen an angy frotlush color it at Mary Jane's im-hin t pertinene. " eckon folks like Joed, and me, wot ...

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 May 1880

SAND FIuRESIDE best place to keep eggs intend is to wrap them in paper them down in the cellar in a Is or basket. ut le.-Take one cocoanut, add the milk and two eggs, is as thick as custard pie. etwo pies. manures are considered than useful for grape-vines. Al . form a part of the grape and nitrate of potash is the th inside walls of a corn hor tar anl it will drive we.aVh ga-. Itcosts but a few dollars sad a barrel will laS', several hns boves and corn Aouses. as a carpet, i' not of long ar 'ae t5wdil disposed of by Ssepot with. not soap-suds and '.ogr.ee of borax to a gallon Ca ,ts a clean cloth to wash it ein al warm water, and wipe dry. a,OgeO furniture, from anything .a alcohol, can be removed by ' hnrd with sweet-oil and turpen the spots disappear, wash soap-suds, dry quickly and rbby na g briskly with chamotb pitch or tar can be removed or wood by rubbing it with If the paint has become dry, ops the turpentine on the I let f stand a short time; then iet, and if all the pain...

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 May 1880

SATURDAY, MAY 15, ltsst Subscription 2 a Year. In advanoe. IF'JadiaJ Aderldemadt. mxet be paid for in adracem, or they will be disaeeased qter the rkt iasertias. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. Goonwx. 'd Alexandria, is an auntorized agent of the CuaxtcLs, and will contract fbr advertisements and re ceive suqbeeripton.. Meagers. McCAur & BaRo.. of Montgom ery, are our authorizsed agents. LOCAL DOTS. Red river contiones to fall. Strawberries and cream are not bad to finish up a dinner. The Jesse K. Bell will be boarded by an excursion party at this place next Monday, billed for Grand Eoore and return, and lots of fon while on the way. Mr. T. M. Bioesat, of Alexandria, has secured the services of a frst clas watch-maker, and is prepared to have good and lasting repairing done at city prices. Try him. Cotton quotations have declined steadily since our last report, and closed in New Orleans last Saturday as follows: Ordinary.......................... 91 Oood Ordinary ...................... lt Low...

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 May 1880

E COLFAX CHRONICLE. S emoF ratPic or nal, beboteb to oYnal anb utratl &etos, litcraitu, Stinr, g9NriO.lrt, 8ýt. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1880. INO. 28 ____ - -. - AXa. I '3UqSEIW ACY 0 O NICLE, _ shNliMed Every asturday, at S Gtrant parish, La.. Ati ..--s---Ati 0OODWYN, Wi sd PROPRIETOR. lpid . i y to found on fle" n t Oe < P w ell , ll sOu' w . .prr . d- Orley tt >t'wt W toatn Al recel OF S BSCB'PTIOC . c .. " ys.r. ................12 00 7 awoeprUtb. ... mt ... ....10 00 nvs riably in advance. At SOF ADFERTIG. g 3m.. 6. l y trict a Z 5 00 7 5011g 15123 511 - 375 625 8 715 M5 '2525 4 7u0IU075l6 5u"l W00 16 7 0450 )56 )l0 lOt adnrtissmenta $1 per :slqae for .i each subsequent publica yims per square. .a mannieations upon subjecti of abietedt , but no attention .to sonymous writers. : CUlinYOcL , Colfax, La. T s, E atrehl, tm . , /ne PRODUCE MERCHANT, t .. reet....New Orleans, La Wpmo llse, 89 Decatur Street. : tleuntiom given to the saie of es, Tallow, W...

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 May 1880

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. THE SCOUTS IV CAMP. "Pile on a few more pine knots. Tom; it's snap pin' cold to-night The wind from ocky Canon comes with keenest kind o' bite Let's her a rousin' old camp fire. an' then we'll have a hobt; Please hand my rife over hyar-must keep my A feller doesn't allers know Jist when ne'll need hisl gun Jist when the cussed Injun mneaks ar' hantin' arter fun. Light up yer pipe, old parduer, thar's nuthin' like a smoke To fill the intrmission thet's atween each yarn or joke. "I donmt know what's got inter me, fur on the trail to-day, My thoughts hey bin a scoutin', 'round a camp that's far away! A camp thet's in God's country,' near that bright Ohio tream, An' the mem'ries of tat past kep' crowdin' on me like a dream! I seed the old log farm house. whar' I spent my early days; The school house with its noisy crew; the boys in all their pJays; I could see the old red meetin' house, whar' once 1 Jned the church Btuod in with pious folks a while,...

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