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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 26 June 1880

ji FýIRESDL Ho' dip the knife often pai' pInted with boiled oth -' cleaned. stre qisklled on the floor at a acroaches; they eat it lo va d doors nirub them frn a ,week with beeswax aix ure iI y be used to ad- Mu bedsteads; but alum ber purpose. see a_.-One cup sugar, three- ter onecupsweetmilk, het two cups of flour, I ream tartar, half tea- fru as reason why rye is t-h *a "mood crop to seed on, is ter -b1Ve few leaves as com- see L wheat or oats, therefore wb s is ,ltqm growers of sugar beets fas P to fifteen pounds of fr nse to as to be sure of a wa If the plants are too an out early in the season shc 4lr- Daa says a cow will spl Ivesat pounds of manure mE eI"Lto.a year. Phis in- p" p ad and liquid, and is eo gs to three dollars a ton. in - gg9,,00 bead of sheep pro- in, I' pounds of wool: in thi r i bJhead produced 218.- a This shows a wonder- the in the science of sheep eat J~ufrs' Club of Elmira, N. If ý -- premimqs of $12, $ 'm: lk ,bthree largest crops of on be raised the ...

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. — 26 June 1880

ltbe Qolfar o4ronict. SATU'ItDAY, JUNE 26, 18n1 Subscription 62 a Year. in advance. -- S r-Jwludicial Adrerlisemcnta mast be paid c for in advance, or they trill be dicvultuued t after the frat insertion. AGENTS. P Mu. A. A. Goo,)wts. of Alexandria, is an authorized aagn 't of the ('CusoNIt:l., and will contrtact for advertisementl nd re ceive subscriptions. Mooessrs. McCAIrN & BeH., of Montgoue ery. are our authorized agents. I,()OAI I)OT S.r A CARD. We, the undersigned owners of the e tate known as Rock l-laud, hereby wish to itformn the citizens of Grant parish that we are favorably disposed toward having the parish seat located upon said estate. We will donate two acres of land to the parish for public bnildings, said two acres to be situated on the south side of Buggy bayou, between tl.e bayou and the Cal boun estate. Further, we agree to sell as many alternate blocks or squares as are necessary, or for which there is a demand. Specifications of size of blocks and width I ...

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

THE COL1FAX CHRONICLE. Spemorratic aLrnal, bboteb to lotal anb gneraal Sins, riteraturt, tientc, Agricn tnrt, etc. L COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1880. 1NO. 34. l III----- ..... . ... ... ... .. ---I-E ... TA- _IB - jl i o COHRONICLE, I L Every tuida), at rant Parish. La.. 1 W. .-aOO DT Y ATG gd prýdORIETo _ I onno flit Oco. P la + VwmpeO Ad Will SOF SCBSCRIPTIQo .... - ... ........ 01 " ý' - ,' v ariably' in advaucc PR OF ADrERTISNIG. charged double price. 1 2 3 I sJ1 Z 5 Ni 9 (Io my8 " 3 75 5 "'5 7 ! m t h 3 o n 5 uo0 7 s7bj I' ( oL: f 511 two. a 625 ? 75il5 IK) r5 'r ' 7 uoli t 01Ili b it I1o 1ttel ti Attl o t5 $1 Ilatr57 531 l,952 ( l w- I rs ndi, I and tr ei ach ubdvaeles t public-e on ll made tiftor arrangeAll Sggnnaitions nWup srhjE'etl of receiv ~8 itedFaeors, but no atte tioll Uth ~~,a my form er tot rs s to ar. loit Cuttou C o.IfaT, La. .AN - ---- - alft "in a, E et Satreet, up stair U gl CORLCEAN, LA. R W6,400 t)8 Decatur Street.' luitS " eiateMo given...

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 July 1880

TIIE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, " - LOUISIANA. LAMEXTATION. (Glne is the snow, and the cold ground is war ing; Red is the maple and green is the willow; Blackbird, are chattering free: Earth. air and water, with new life are swarm ing; Summer-tide surges in, billow on billow; What is it bringing to me? L.ie of my life, in the cold ground they laid her; Black were the lilies and brown were the beeches, Twttered the lone chickadee; There, many a weary day, Winter has staid her; Summer, sweet summer, my sorrow be secobe' Briny back my daughter to me I Nay, mock me not with your buds and your greenery ! Spread me noflowering carpet to walk upon! Make me no music. [pray. IDesolate behat maketh desolate scenery Only one theme deigneth sorrow to talk up Take all your pleasance away! Green Iq the grass on the grave where she lieth; Sweet with the wind the bird's carol ac cordeth, Strong are the pulses of spring; Yet to my pleading noJM4 voice replleth, None In these blitht bes my sorrow re gardet ...

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. — 3 July 1880

Thi farme portal S TIt raise growl thatr with cost < duce other likel3 quenl be di his of ly a fered istin! mans form l U ISI' D iprop, will I the r oB.R edly M re c i IATIS cults Sciaica, Lumbago, hard , j SoremThroat, Swell- dete gs, B seneral Bodily rtan Pains, vant Tl Ear ad Headache, Frosted varil • ad Ears, and all other satme P=ai' and Aches. fron * es eatch equals St. JaCes OIL sues ' fesvsEW and ehep P Fteyrnal will re A W ient ut the cumplrtivcly sgpsi ofn eesas and pastiCO prof of its IffOn urltt mwIN s Mom guart'.M I the aALL D UG ITSAID DEALERS toe I I ..EDIOI . to r L OGELER & CO., ca as., rd., . LI . A abl) LL oe teP its I Pull' cons the UNFERMENTED gee IIIMlPARALE sNTRIs[NT is richer It Out la  e rlu-ptdidn laerlals than al rl lel-ias r tedtne. wh frm from the t p pg set malt liquors. For dicult lay. a& geadache, Consumiption. Emaclatlon. Ver s a MfbEis~ Ihastlon. Nerrousnrss., Want .sNo UQwW vWe h •sknese- of F mah. Es.- - srs insgs Morth r y of the...

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. — 3 July 1880

SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1880. Subscription $2 a Year, In advance. S"Jsdieai Adverltseensa swst be paid for in adeesc, or they tri beo disewanueaa after the frst insertaon. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. GooewlN, of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of the CURONtcLE, and will contract for advertisemiente and re ceive suenbecriptions. Meers. McCAln & Beo., of Montgomn ery, are our authorized agents. IJOCAL )OTS. Rain showers every day for the past ten days. River about eight feet above low water mark and rising slowly. The sheriff has nearly finished col lecting State and parish licenses. Thanks to Mr. A. G. Hargis for a huge share of a big musk-melon. It is claimed that "forerunners" oi the cotton worms are numerous in this parish and in Natehitoches along Cane river. A vegetable oddity, grown in the garden of Mr. H. McKnight, is a per fect ear of corn that grew in the top of the tassel, bare of any shucks. Within the past week two very old citizens of Grant parish have died, Mr. George Dean, aged...

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. — 10 July 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. . ýenwmratir ournal, btboteb to nctal anb ýtneral Sttos, rirtnrt, Seiettsr, grimatumx, ftc. v0o III. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1880. INO. 35. wpalred Every Saturday, at 0d Grant Parish, La., TY and PROPRIETOR. T; - ------B beond onfleoen P. d g, ,i mouths...... ....... 1 25 S as year .............10 "hjl. invariably in advance. u ArERTISING. ldrtion charged double price. - jt1m. 2m. 3m. 6m. lyr. I 203I 2 10 300 5 900 .h i 75 525 9 5O 15 75 lits, 3 05 o01 7 75012 0023 50 ." g7 6 d 7515 0025 25 SaJ" 7 4 70011000 16 50 30 00 8 12Y 17 30 50f52 00 0 00130 000 Of 00 Sltients $1 per square for ; ieach subeequent puoliva nt r.t Per qtrlr i m amenieti ns upon subject' of ý tigeit solicited, biu no attention pyllm so aaoymous writers. hM4 CHawsiCt1, Colfax, La. s. E Hatreol, COI II PRODUCE MERCHANT, I(amiuds Snt. s....New Orleans, La. Wsesbose, d8 Decatur Street. paid attention given to the sale of !kis, lidio, Tallow, Wool, Moss, Bees aa, NPeldes...

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. — 10 July 1880

('()LFAX, - ILOUIsIltýA. ('Of'LD WE BLUT EA'l. How sweet if here in nllth the skies T'h pranye'r rllight Inwern' lb ', "it Lord, let no ,v thy "cr1 alct's eyes ite opld, that hbe may see:" For then what truths would stand revealed Atont nu and above! What links whernto our eyes are seated, I'ritetd love with love! Hllw what we n' me the world of space A world of i11t wome'd show. And how *weet nillirerrsof grace Forever couae an go. 'Tis not that any pure thing dies, O(r skies ise any star; Tis but that men have not the eyes To ee things as they are. --rtlh's tCrrapianlott,. SOPHROIlA'S LECTrURE. You've taken many a queer crank in your head, Sophrony, but this one beats all the rest." "' It isn't a crank, mother; it is a sacred duty-I feel called upon to lecture." "Since you left school a year ago, there hasn't been a week but you've had a call to do something or other out of the common run. 1 wish to goodness I'd never sent you to that high-toned a'ding-school. Miss Stevens filled ...

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. — 10 July 1880

I-0 SEAT OEC:FA1 II00D PURIFIER, IBES DYSPEPSIA, gotmy a Coutirvness, Bilious At -a istion, Jaundice, Loss of Headache. Dizziness, Naueea, wel Deprssion of Spirits. SoSe, ia Aples, Skin Diseases, Erup Ij, Feel Breath, and all Diseases ~hi'g from Impure Blood. "l uheg Drps a re rnmmonded as bein aasid ebsapses Family )Moli'ine ever offered, m3a by lggiata and Deale at 60 ('ona - kggM1 s r i.a levesn Langus. Genuin. eM g4fls sguatiro ant private plpri.. g--,we A. VOsELEB (O., BALTItOIs, M~I U.S. A. AIALLI UNFERM ENTED r UFIRLD DIGESTION. Impoverished 'I aWetk Leaps Kidneys and Urinary Org~ne a 1.a chea, Mental and Phy scal Ex igm sata calesa Nursing Moth  Slekly M Me Debalty of A4, MALT BITTERS are Sjllll a er ishb Slrengtheuln. Vitaliztng dtiSgby uea. of tbheir richness In Bone and ýgPesn MaYaterial than all other forms of gstaIs, while free from the objetlions urged I~laea Prepared by the MALT BIT gaxYeo CqL'ttramerUd Maul and Hops. i~liss COMPANT. BOSTON. MASS. MALT AND H...

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. — 10 July 1880

t ofe Qto0f1u QkrBnitk. ~~M-- M SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1880 and --- ---- -- met 8ubseription $2 a Year, in advance. his rTJudiical Adoerieme*ts suet be paid Mon for it adloaec, or they will be dieaoLtNud' peril after the Aret iaertir. as ft -- AGENTS. ier ME. A. A. GoolwN, of Alexandria, is Pil an authorised agent of the: CROsNICLE and will contract for advertisements and re- men ceive saberiptiofLhe t Messrs. e CCaIN & BRO., of Montgom ery, are ear authorized agents. to tries LOCAL 1)OTS. Mr. her Melons are coming in. not, Bust is reported to have slightly stai injured some cotton. Wh The Fourth was the hottest day in 1 this year-92 degrees in the shade. Wol The shilping of cattle has become abo quite a business lately with the folks the hereabouts, and it seems to pay. it It is said the Bell has made her Ph last trip until the fall trade opens, in and a smaller boat will come out in her place nest trip. ha Does any one know what has for become of the petitions for locating eeo t...

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. — 17 July 1880

&THE- CUOLFAL CIR3OLH . glemocratic ýurnal be.ot. to ot al anb e ra:l gtes, its'at 'rt i n, g t .t... COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, JUY 17, 1880. BORONICLE, I P Y Saturday, at I gnat Parish, La., . $. > RiI , AT'I PiIOPRIETOR. be rged doubleat reaeP. als ltewflt'c Ad Will a rwbwensrt puies Lo gI11 N it Yu4 of ther 0, IUMCRIPTIOX *200 N 1.. 125 , , 3l 3m. madw. lo r. 710 .16 oAW00 P Wea. lOrlao -A All  # i o 7 r5 .. upon subijc4t-t of reeoir .witeas, but toi attention Oft iSuny4po ts writers . tCelfax, Lu. gLEHatrelf, gptSISE MERCHANT, trgt S....New Orleans, La. Gran *' Decatur Street. iti t given to the sale of I i, l bed tw o pth lcW, Wolee, ri or, Bees sad all other 'ountr-y aulvr to anmde on all e t and glass for tarrange- ere mof IassI PLAGCHR (i0. eI, tab t 7ti NE. HATREl. gage ONlNIe, Lope S tro t ... 9 o A ISt OrManar r tlis p ie bre ocha s e ANS RE. ARI'E, , c n orwts. R ber t iL orii ren t co the we Bill three ularo t u S"frDE carrnh o atp pS t i' NAMw Ori...

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. — 17 July 1880

TIIE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. WHAT TIHE OLD BCLLFROG 8AID. Over in the pasture, down in the pool $ltting in the soft mud, quietly and cool; First it is our duty to greet the coming spring, Now then, all together, uing, frogs, sing. The long, cool winter's past, we slept throurb it ; The snow blew, the winds roared, but we never knew It: All the winter's rages couldn't break our sleep, Now then. all together, Peep, frogs, peep. Burled in the frozen mud 'twasn't very gay, We didn't bear a le.ture, we didn't see a play: These farmers had their fires and lights, and sleighs to go about, Nw who's gut the best of it? Shout, frogs, shout. They're plowing on the hillside, they're digging the track, They re setting garlic out in rows, with many an saching back, We laugh within our tight green sleeves to see them tol all day, Who spends the spring the pleasantest? Say, We hear the south wind blowing, a soft and steady breese, Blowimr open all the buds upon the walnut trees. The black...

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. — 17 July 1880

USS TISM, III TIE, .ithica, Lumbeg, h Be.ss of the Chest, B e Throet, Swell. - a Berns and 7 ',,;n Boedily en. d keaV che, Frosted n taers, and all ro I P al nd Aches. __ *ew eq"fm e Sr. Jae* u O.. ., but the coamp l O. a b5, sad tvery on =ern amn*d o sdpadt** pIOO at n OWNm inum-ge [gnuag An DRALBU gnawr.T & a CO., ARNER'S a FE e rslam remedy ior tei o itEb t WARNER'S BITTERS ~ - e blood, Tre r-n a Wo asitglon rmra t "SAFE: ERVINE. Tt ea Dit • wyourse pa on .s anUd. . A L ENTED W, aelag othe Sildy Sether remedy or prpartton TISTUS wrla the blood. per a the ler sad kidaey, street p1* sad witalize every fuonc te utem ram, and cure N a Mtbeermm. Idlgestion, Dy.prup a amsr the MALT BITTrERS -l Ma Yet and Hops. sd "MANr. DOsTON. As. AND HOPS ENS 1 PEOPLE WHO USED IT SAY. Mosm Plauter co, ureto stat 23¶Iven the with CUTTA oene two years I pleased with Ise jour paint on $ete houses, @oou S1pleyee and man IA PAINT CO.. aICAoo. ILL. at i oo.r rn. i Arthur PARI AND FIRESIDE. -One bus...

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 July 1880

SATU'RDAY, JULY 17, 1880. I Subsoription s2 a Year. In advance. (IJadicial Adoerliseemeets masa be pai. for in adrasoe, or they iill be diaeountamed after the Srst i.iertion. AGENTS. Ms. A. A. Goonwnw, of Alexandria. is en aut hnriied agent of the Cn IRNIL.s, a&.d will contract for sldvertiamentf and re eive .ubseriptions. Mean.r. MCCAIx & B&s., of Montgom ery. are our authorized agentS. O1 CAL DOTS. Down goes the riv,.r. No cotton worms yet. Two soaking rains this week. See the notice "Attention,Citizene," and act arcordingly. Capt. Nash deserves credit for his watcbhfulness and seal in securing Grant parish three delegates to the Congre uAle convention. Jodget. F. Machen wae seriously hurt a few.days ago by filling on a snag, which was driven into his body about four inches. The wound is painful, bat not dangerous. In 1878 the first boll of open eot ton *as banded in July 13th; last year the ftrt boll was handed in July 16th.] Itthe crops are more forward this fartbn ...

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 July 1880

JHE COLFAAX CH-RON.IC. E $ icmoattc aournal, btbotch to fotal au $meit $tos, ztrraturt, tiut, ric rt, Rut_. SCOLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1880. . INO. 37 S= -- . - HRONICLE, gy Saurday, at ` b uit Parish, La.. V 0 oDWYN, A ]rO ?PRIETOB. -andon file n co. P. "'=- i - ).w1 e per Ad- f 1L when publt die $ SBSCBIPTION. .........---- . 0 ieablYp in advuance. 0 ADVlERTISING. c ergd double price. I 1 00 3 00 5 01 9 00 n 3 75 5 25 9 50 11575 - l.5 00 7 5t1 OM12 , 50 4 7 10 0( 1650130 00 t 17 30 ;i1;2w() ont to $1 per square fur pid Sao sabmequent publica- we Or] upon sabjects of ree ad, but no atteuntion writers. - L*sL, Colfax, La. SLlatrel, SgICE MERCHANT, tr ...tNew Orleans, La. Gr a pseatur Street. Ut lve to the sale of ?dhw, Wool, Moss, Bees a all other Country dlvaass made on all tlae .atisactory arrange mb of HBlsr PLAucwE febsa, it will be to the h ,or astmers to ad tepld to advances on m _t O5 E. HATREL. gi BODWYN, swwt........ 94 or E AR/ IAPANWARE, ,SakIng Sto...

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 July 1880

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - * * LOUISIANA. GOOD MA V AND GOOD WIFE. FnOM TU aGarMAr OF OOrrBTL To-morrow comes St. Martin's feast; The good wife loves her man: She makes for him the puddings now, And bakes them in a pan. And now in bed they lie at rest The west winds loudly roar: The good man says to his good wife, " Go bolt and bar the door." " I'm now at rest, half warm," she said "My rest I cannot mar; And, though it blows a heudred years, I'U never slide the bar." And then they made a wtaer here, In whispered words and low Who sa rt hould speak a word louod To bar the door should go. At midnight same two travelers thee Who wist not where they were; The lamps were out, the fre was cold, They heard no creature stir. SWhat hasunted house is this?" they oried, impatience Ulled the plair; But stl they heard no mortal word The door kept silence there. The snow-white pudding then they ate, Thea o'ortshe black one bowed; The good wife scoolded to herself, But spoke no word aloud. To one o...

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 July 1880

Gi' wtt Id t t ic I: . 'S3 ý" PURIFIER, No DYSPEPSIA, A C ~ ~6WS6IMS1. Iiljeus t. .huadic. Los o/ ____budurd5. Dizziness.. -A ,,m of splrita. sonw , sa /ý, ýIr Diaeurne Erup Md/, ar# d all Di..a.. i.h awp Ilood. a l'1hn I M/ýd ·r ofan .w Dealers at N Cents is m .mnn langages. . euin A. . ·id psL> pIt it Z~o~rrrco., wmrouoei. 1D. U.L A. UifERMENTED m 1 UCAL X1fAUSTION. Ne1V. dib" evWI sad stoperengh. b rb eerhomwn( med mgb. "Us~mi Isregulatesmthe amach 3,ww ilqs. Incr~ea~al Sbed. esath. snthan Staws telw its deiy se. re. AI? Dm33 (OMPA.NT. from tie SmelO evrywbere. FA1uY. 31STON. YMAS AND HOPS$ ii II REMEDY, REMEDY Ietkae or Nonrcten. e Phk, AID., or Side. REMEDY mmd Kiremeese. iEMEDY ý.ý, Jmndlre. Soa LEMEDY *A Kiduaev Liver, ard e aleeklthy artion. and medleln.. 611.lHun. its have been given up ?mmvldae. K. K. Large size cteaped PUPLE WHO DITS TY. wig e.tha 1160 Ulpl16ureto atate wihOUTTA 60~me two years swrU l eased with your psinton oICheumo, eocu WSlles and man *U eColors and...

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 July 1880

SATUWRDAY, JULY 24, 18,0 Subsoription 02 a Year, in advance. trJudici AdverJdaeme.ts swet be paid for in adra.cc, or they will be diseostined after Ike giret aaertion. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. GoonDwi, of Alexandria, is an antborised agent of the CHanoICtl., and will contrast for advertinements and re ceive subceriptions. Messrs. McCaia & Bao.. of Montgoin ery, are oar sathorized agents. LOCAL I)OTS. Weather for the part two or three days remarkably cool for this time of the year. We have now a new letter writer in Washington. tead his comwuni cation in this issue of the CaroUscLa. The railroad to Alexandria is now an assured feet, and will be completed to that p6int by next April. Its ex tension to Shreveport will then soon follow. Next Monday, July 26th, being the fourth Mbonday in the month, Judges Irion and Moore will hold their first sitting in Grant parish as judges of the third Citeuit Court. The report about the killing of Mr. Jacob Ringgold is not true. He re turned last week ...

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. — 31 July 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE: Semorratiic Ounml, btb RAb to aotal ab Stnral ttAUs, JWit5raturt. 3tit, 8gr8i0t., ft.. gII COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1880. INO. 38. " OLF0"- --OsIO E, "jibed Every Saturday, at Grant Parish, La.. G. 0 OODWYN Op SUBCBCIPTION. -'-m ar ... •......'"" 00 A' p0 aria in rdvanee. SOF ADVEBTISING. Sharged double price. die it 10 m n3. gm. lyr. of 2001 3 00 5 900 S 3 75 525 9 15 75 3 me05 00 7 . 2 "u 3 50 Sy o. uboeqrnt publie- of  y gtt tsolicited, but no atteution -gtao0es'osymoe w 2ter2s. --les: Capsuers, Colf, La. pd l.E Hatrel, aggR £ FABUCE MERCHANT, erlesme, s $1 ptur sqree for a. ttema le gie to the ale of ow, Wool, Moubequnt, pubee ad all other Contquary I~ l advances madsubject on Ao y ms alisited, butory attention i ga rs e of sanrt Pslucu L-QOl aeroin, it will be to the n ge atf my former customers to ad ibarts II rgo to dvwriters. on /aO: CotCL, Colfx, La. g Fs E E. H ATrEL. " Steves! A . I..eI..w New Orleans, La.s nrorDesa otr ee RI II...

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. — 31 July 1880

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - " - LOUISIANA. A PRACTICAL YOUNG WOMANY. Young Julius Jones loved Susan Blade; And oft. In duloet tones, He vainly had besought the maid To take the name of Jones. * Wert thou but solid, then be sure, 'Tlwuldbe aM rlabt," said she " Rut. Mr. J., whilst thou art poor Pray think' more of me." Poor Jones was sad: his ooat was bad; His salary was worse; But hope suggested: "Jones. my lad, Just try the power of verse." He st him down and wrote in rhyme How she was in her spring, And he in summer's olden prime And all that sort of thing. Thepoem praised her hair and.eyes Her lips, with honey laden. He wou(nd It up-up in the skies And mailed it to the matden. She read it over, kept it elean, Put on her finest ratmeat, And took it to a magaine And got ten dollam payment. WHAT I DI800EREBD. They were house-cleaning at Mrs. Copper's boarding-house. M paternal grandmother, Mrs. Perkins, bred neat door to that establishment, and I had been to call upon her and just d...

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