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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 9 October 1880

GREAT BERMAN . REIEDY A NEURALSIA, n SCIATICA, 1o LUMBAWG, BACKACHE, tJ Ia 80RENESS t CHEST, RE THROAT, QUINSY, t SWELLINGS B FROSTED FEET 1 EARS, C Geal Boýil Pdam, It TOOTH, EAR i HEADACHE, 1 ILL ITIER PillS t .ts AMI. t ,7rl. ot 9,Cn"» a" ev e" a ep asdul poitivei te u nnaitss ussnA use. tALTA apIebeniSd. 'he bone and muncle pro Iqi ae. qýe ag HOP. the superb   l sae CALIAYAd. and othbe {be pt,n and r ichest Noer. Malpe t, . Weak. onvaieeent. RliMEah be, and eoieule Theo1 ee s is teriae A sate trSt, mae uih Y Hesled Foermfmrpten h.i Uada u Mothen. ckly T n. ae teet ,epe or to every other I rmed b. Bewareof i itatitoD brtIe COMPANYC SIGNA. I eire eh m tha e labeIl of evers isemwr. Menio.m Mae. Oeb,ar laesa r to lme. WARNER'S SAAFE DRAB ET RIMODY. C. ie terrnbl dleere. It re dl obtr in~juariou e leienu - epm the raS4l for rebuild. bLwer Dtll.o -ARiER'S .3.. cL ·~ have Cie 4c FAMI AIRtII.>U.DL. -Cows shyul tpe Iib at least t, twice each day, asd at- e hours. in The str...

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. — 9 October 1880

SATlURDAY, O(uI'OBE t, iao.W Subseripen $2 a Year.lwadvvne. of for is.udeosa, r ts y b ar dl ,eiUr after te r sr~ . --- el Ms,. A. A. Goeww of Alessaudr. is an san prisd da el t e sCusarIcL sad i will e rlt foe adivptssets ansd re u aeive mbssdptlsa . o .lustr- :ý Mews. MOCaIN l#o., of Motga cry, am ar ~Oatheulasd ramt&.. LOCAL DOTS. Get ready for win er. Have you registered ? partridges are plentiful. oI Do you owe as esything? f If so, come up and settle. t Wild ducks are coming in. Cotton pickers are in demand. ° River almoet down to hard pan. Reed'sgilt Edge Tonic prevents Malaria. p We had rather talk ill of ourselves than set talk at al.--Ex. See notice of mass meeting on the 26th, and don't fail to come. "C, Weather cool, clear and pleasant, 1 just right for sotton picking. Beed's Gis Edge Tonic cares Dyspepeia.c "To live without envy is a certain t indiatioen of great qualities." Thanks to the officers of the Jo Bryarly for New Orleans papers. Two FiTastClass BEWING MAC...

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. — 16 October 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Srmtoratic -gurnm , btboftb týo ~oal anb &lneral ebs, literaturt, Sienxt, Itrrt, et. 1 |i === COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1880. INO. 49. - I - a A ..L ggONAX CRONICLE, Every Saturday, at Gra=t Parish, La., .... OI.OD W. .. g j .a1 PROPRIETOR foueina on Ale at Gen. P. gI Of 8UBSCRIPTIONV eM 7yer ............1 00 Ma e dear ............... 10 invsribl3 in ..lvane". t Oa F o ADVERTISING. uhttis0 charged double price. l_3m. 6 i. lyr. 3 75 , 50 15 j75 4 7 0010 116 5030 00 8 50 17 5130 .0,52 00 1 !5 0(130 0.50 0lir40 00 d s aertidments $1 per suqare for /erm ; i each subsequent publica ,$ amW pe square. gr3l1r0io5ti tun upon snbject i of lresIt sulicited. but no attention CRO 1-aii ts amonymous writers. Cuu)'xCts, Colfax, La. S u igh Prices ! I ,LSA55 oUr entire Fall Stock of ~oes Ire hands in the North, ; duA West, consisting of 8 aoos CCATI 10OTS and SHOES,' HATS, W Gl AJnD GROCERIEBS, £ We are prepared to sell gac ITHAN EVYE :I FOR CASH...

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. — 16 October 1880

TIIE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - . - LOUISIANA " I AM THE LAD THAIT P(LLO 'H1 TIHE .PLOW." I am the lad that follows the plow Lobin and Thrush jllt whistle for me In hickorl suit that's pretty well worn I N to the field M early morn. I help to scaptter the golden cort- Robin and Thrush ust whistle for me. Out In the meadows and woods and lanes Robin and Thrush Just whistle for me I watch the she~bp and Ih" Ilmbs at play; When the gras bhleb I toss the ay;r; There Is't a bly in the world so l)'- Rolitn and Thrush just whistle for me. I º with father to shear the sheep I.,t,n and Thrush just whistle for me 1 fodder the cattle, the maunw"s fill, I drive a teatm, I g) to the mill, I milk the c.ws wlth a right goodt wil Robin and Thrush lust whistle for me. I help the poaches and plums to save Ti,hln and Thrush Just whistle for ae For I am the boy can climbs tree: There isn't an apple too high for me, There isn't a nut that [ osu't se- Robinand Thrush Just whistle for me. When T am a mane 'll 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. — 16 October 1880

S Seitica, Lumbago, t1 eess of the Chest, tenr Threat, twe// JpinJ , Burns and S- eneral~ Bodily -kr U' Head*h, Fri'-,,d " t er.s, ll aHl oi Ape sad lohes. "-" mbar of Br Jacm Ors slIple sad Che 1. 3ternal u-slL mlt the ioaimpsratiely -- CII , and every one MGering ~ sh e a d podi t e Fpru osf it S MA QUeY AurnD DEALER8 pasOQTanR & CO., --- R SmWT. A RIVAL." i AI LIVER MEDICINE urusDY cs all Diseases imp, .lad.der, Urinary organs, ga.ý Ere. Diabetes, and Inconti asllntie ato Urine. aM EDs encourages sleep, creates a basis up the system, and renewed aWID maes Paln In the a , r L.as, General Debility, Disassa. Disturbed Sleep, Lose right's Disease, and all a thse irtnao-ratnal Organs. IUENDY quickly Induces the r t meloa, removino the causes li be, Dyspepsia, IEnDY the Iruiigain their I prbe puriflse. hbed t the peb. Ui'be placed I. It. wpeed espree. d bas never ore. Sra lea ilu Piephit to =11ko, t. L 1uld $LM (luge slam). OOKS FO t uES. TUEPLE. S rp . -*l DIL w. 0.. Pzam s. I0s...

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. — 16 October 1880

Qe Golfax Cro nmle. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1880. Ed Subseorpteon $2 a Year. In advance. la BJadlbeL Adesrli.estet tasst be paid for ins deanee, or tthey will he dinptiea qftr aL $rst easurs.i AGENTS. Ms. A. A. GoonwiM, of Alexandria. is an a.thorised agent of the OCHNu,,lcL ., sid will oolstact for advertisements and r': ceive suabcriptions.I Messrs. MCCAIN & Br'.. of Mnnti , fl ery, are our authorised agents. %I LOCAL DOTS. bi ____ ____ ___ ____ ____ __- lii Have you registered ? Be Scrip of 1878 at this office. lo See notice of election of Mayor and town councilmen. m Be sure to come to the mass meet- d ing on Tuesday, October 26th. Ki Low Middling ootton rules in New b Orleans at 10c; Good Ordinary 9jc. ja ft The tax collector has been kept 1 busy for the past day or two taking li in taxes. Mr. A. G. Hargis, who has been quite ill for several weeks, is now on the convalescent list, and able to get about again. Don't forget that the poll books b were destroyed last year, and 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. — 23 October 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. SV -marrati&r !ornal, btbokb to #raTl anb Qmtnral getos, eratureu, tirnc, ngrixtl~rt, etc. SIIIJ COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1880. INO. 5 )- ery latla:)"", at Grant PriShzIl. La.. v sooDWYN. sd P3OR(IETOR. tsai IL 1LW Yeth. Of S'ItBaKCil'T u S. 0, 10'............... (I, 4 or JDVAERTISING. ir'd do.bl pric-. 2 5t 4 5 5 XA, 54i1., 75 - a u * 7. lr M SU 4 7 10 Jt 7 A)4Vtt W lb pPU u : u ,o ,' 4 W ll ;at enetr #I Ir q $"e tf r *d,, y age h*a..__ amassagymes wrtert. t ~saLL , " lfiax, ,La p 11ih Pries! our entire Fall Stock of ' uWo, couae4ting of a cooos @01' and SHOES, H, ATS, o AND GROCERIES, We are pWpauro to sell iN5 THAN EVER! F05 CASH. ow -ael, and be eonvinced. paid f~r COTTON IIR,1 EAS, lag rti, kapire. Parish La S JW 2d1EAM SW ill, ,GRIST MILL. LiW PARbI, LA. Io g. btailesu ast of Monft ld stvetra aiul a frm '4t. Matt % head ths Usact .et of P.s.e Jewew Iin bbhes e.utry, wij.'h an anll tie m t the ali; at -lo S* d 50 dehlivered...

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. — 23 October 1880

TIIE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - . - LOUISIANA. GOVERNOR HORATIO SEYIOUR. The Venerable tatesman's Warning Against the Perils of a Centralised Gov ernment-The Republiean Party's Insidt one Eneroachments Upon the Limits of the Constittlof-The Positionsof theTwo Candidates Contrasted. Governor Seymour recently delivered a politieal address to bis fellow-townsmen of ltiae, N. Y., from which we make the fol lowiag extracts, regretting that want of space will not enable us to give in full the words of wisdom that fell from the lips of the "old man elpquent." lovernor Seymour said: ' It most not be forgotten that this Govern mnent is no longer the simple machinery it was in the early days of the Republic. The bucoei age of America is over. The interests the Government has to deal with ase nolong er those of a small number of agricultural communlties with here and there a commer cial town. They are the interests of nearly fifty millions of people spread over an itn lnsrnme surface, with occupatio...

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. — 23 October 1880

gREAT BERMAN REMEDY ! rOR ORALGIA, SCIATICA, u LUMBAGO, b BACKACHE, GrCtUT, o' SORENESS f CHEST, RE THROAT, QUINSY, I WLLINGS e 0as AnD FROSTED FEET k EARS,  lT TOOTH, EAR N AND ti HEADACHE, t LLTliEI siIa ACHES. 0- La N 'AU M f COD sad o'er? C "d bive proof of . Wa.VaA. A iIs lOrishment, UImh k& Strength. t,, ieaA m sh ms erator of Freble Ogita-lif ss with violent cathartics teas d from n ' ino - ol LIea. ud o rloh n 1 pem bea heslth the ss Imn Apstlit asd Urmaar ddieale tlp ?oal Lst and ml Is a P0 hr Pb In the Bac. Severe Head Mlul EKe. Bloatiu, Night ls Paaful Urlnstlom Gravel, sod Aqr,. Liver or ritnery Organs. att e fore Leacorrbea. Womb SComplaints. As a Blood Ior t wnre the organs that Sh aL Pete. 61,. W at u aD deraa. SLIVEI. or rr~ ·dlrl~i~ffan tk FARM AND FIRESIDE -To preserve potatoes they should be dried as soon ss possible and placed ec immediately in a position from which hi the sunlight is excluded. of -Potato Pudding.-Boil and mash W fae six mealy potatoes; b...

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. — 23 October 1880

tiet toIfar d raonilIt. HA 1'U t)AY, OUcrDtlo R t , IMt. subscriptlon S2 a Year. In advance. J'7Jadieial AdeeirUseawent murt be paid for in adonsec, or they will be diaontisned jtyer the te firsrtien. A4ENTS. Ms. A. A. Ooopwr, sof Alesarsari. in an atttorued agnt of the CUaMsnc'Lv., .1id will cuntrvAt for adverertreWeuts and re ceive nubasriptiols. Messrs. McCAI!t & Bao.. of (Mont,g, - cry. are oar authesrisd agents. LOCAL ' I, ' . Have you regi~pered V Scrip of lX78 at this (f)ict. Onul one mwre week to r,.egster. Reed's Gilt IEdge Tonic re~toren appetite. LJe sure ure  sa to thie mass meet ing on Tuesday, October 26thb. Low Middling cotton rul-s in New Orleans at o14rc; Good Ordinary 9je Gov. Wiltz has appointed Mr. I. W. Horn as justice of the peace for the seventh ward. The mail between Cotile and u,1 fax is now carred by Mr. E. Shackel ford, of Cotile. M. A. Peck, the great sewing ma chine agent of New Orleans, hbus re moved to 167 Canal street. Don't forget lUtt the po...

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. — 30 October 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. BI ma itr a unrOal, brbatb to Pi taIl nau 6tiral dtb's, iteratA re, OC TinuE , 1g intlt ut, t880.. IILI COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1880. INO. 51 ji [1 C ROONICiLE, . very Saturday, at (rant Parish, La., .d rOPrIETOB. be tonDil Oi at dw e. P 1M sfir......- .... 1 01 .0 BSEBTISING. eslrged double price. Im. 2. 3m. 6m. lyr. 1 Q0 3 0 5 9 00 3 5 5 2 9 :0 15 75 S00 7 Go 1e 'j 50 = 4 d 15 25 BO( 4 i 10 16 30 0 8 2 17 3U 5200 iD sments $1 per square for i a1ra slbsequent publiol lisale~s·tio upon subjecti of pgeliwted, but no attention Cg it-aieaymous writers. . Cextctsc, Colfax, La. Ii u aig Prices i p. ~eda our entire Fall Stock of sm iest hands in the North, sa West, consieting of T00TS and SHOES, HATS, a l AND GROCBERIES, WYes prepired to uell EWIIasR afts E£ B. FOE CASH. io see, and be convinced. £Z ~paid or COTTON "--I BROTHERS, Ram, lapides Parish, La. c.L. CURRY'S As NEW STEAM w Miil, si N$iW GRIST MILL. WYRI PARISH, jA. *ili lest eight m...

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. — 30 October 1880

TIIE CIHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA SENATOR BAYARD. His apeeeh at the Great New York Meeting -Wretched Fals'eh,'ods in Regard to the tooth-The Candidates Contrasted. Senator IBityard began his speech 1by cailing attention tIo e Hac that a Itw gellt'ratitoll, Nttrth and 1'Outh, now exercises the franchise, eceoe the cloe of the war, tlfteern yeatr ago. The Ihav of tifteen then Is now a tiOmature Ll'at of thirty. Tihe constitutional Itmendmtdllntsl adoplhted in thle intettrval have leen de;elared by the Lenocratic cnadid:ste a " Itnviolable." and if ntalhli to tile l'ri,.sidency he shoult ld dlitmn it his dulty to resist with all Iis power ItV I itti etnpt to impalltlr r c VRdeI t he1n. Ti.. Tthirteelth Autneldment, said the slnalker. forever abodlshed slave'ry antld invol Uintr) " rvitttlol, ,t'cVpi a a pUltit hllcatet lfor erlrne. The e'etrtectflitl Altendrlnent created etwuality oltfitizernhip bIefore the' law pry lvd ti far tepre.e. lation itn (longre'ss; ex'clttudedl tler...

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. — 30 October 1880

HIIi TISM, . lu: li', Lum6ago' ý Thibwt, well Burns and a te . ... Me'z aede hem leider t S-uaid s a la-ep °t Ueeir heb, eUend eUde u the i lhtkl ss, aid nri.wed armo Psla I the ,or, Oeasest DeblIty, DimroI dMp, mHLosu w da se.G aI Orgas Sikly tInducea t sol... rsemeday the cause. u their purified. ny t s k t -iea eadr ta . Atr heanek bese through its a., have sea its ebeeurtal yioe Ieess, ts lyas, Tae. Obe ea stle. and easo uaq lnb weS hkm am ealsor *ir w' rinz . mer. r LO0. Isaow.a $lslrtp the me Fmend a d.ee OPihasg n ae the ethera. .Aehetltf this er theotber S iahmee' booksae hes in S.rm hl. and each ews book ie s-) iiis o .a.ssILS ·easrn3 A. N. baumn NE 'ems.. Uarlmb MIICELLANEOUL. -The Derby hat will be very much worn again this autumn. --Greek mothers are very careful in training their children to good man ners. -A little daughter of Mrs. E. C. Vin cent, at Union, S. C., was killed by a fail from her mother's lap. -Sir Edwin Landseer could draw two different objects at 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. — 30 October 1880

tEc Qalfru QkrB nitt. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1880. b Subscription $2 a Year in advance. pi "'.7eid l dL AdLeri.ements mset be faid cl for in gdeaa, or they will brdiscontrlned ,sjler thI Jist tndrlie. AGENTS. - Ma. A. A. Gooiws. of 4lexandr;i. isl an antlorised agent of the Cu asict , ,and tC will contract for advertisC-,ecutý awl re- , ceive subscriptiona. Messrs. MoCCan & Batn.. of M~,:,4gom- e ery, are our authorized agentt. LOCAL )OTS. 32,. o I, T ' River rose six inches yesterday. _ - ti lced'l' Gilt Edge Tonic cares Dyspepsia. i Grant parish ought to give Han- h cock a majority of 329. On her way down yesterday the Jewell took on 58 b ties at Colfax. Low Middling cotton rules in New a Orleans at lOjc; Good Ordinary 9c. C Garfield received a $329 dividend s and then swore he that he had no ( Credit Mobelier stock We had a fine turnout at the mass meeting Tuesday, and all who failed to come missed a treat. In the Fourth Congressional Dis triot N. C. Blnucbard's majqriti will ...

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 November 1880

'THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. SgImzra.tic 1, batarbo fao Tral anit &eral SUcbDs, iitratau, ientR, .grultr, ftc. II1COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1880. NO. 52. - ·".--r .OODW YN d I0FRPIETOl. at 80a ri o hst 0sF. UsCuRCJIPTION - r LDVBERTIBING. eaged double price. gas. Sun &u. lyr. g 00 5 9008 S3 75 259 15 75 s 8 755 25 2 S7 0 16 00 .,, per squae for upon snbeest of but no attention ( mgaona writera. _ . . Ca. . , La. o5r entire Fall Stock of .as in the North, WMt, emainsting of o0000 _' w and 8HOES, HATS, AID BOCEBIEZ, eis perpted to sell 101 aA88. adssu, and be envineed. st paid for COTON .bpws Pari-h,. La CURR'Y'S , ORIST MILL. htt miles east of Meot. Sm.iles from at. Man !a beat lte s lot of Piane meet aosgryJ which _ t.s t the WM at u 44Bt 6 dJehered at Mont. thosesad d.iver" et $t. temr pointe e the irar Itnt 6dis Ar the aill, toll of ap174m' r. COODWYN, aow ns......, .s AN IAPANWARE, 'ad I s Xer Orless. Shae we ' ftll trimmed& `covet, 4.hlb, Snd two...

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 November 1880

THE CIKRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. JUDGE JERE 8. BLACK'S SPEECH. At a Democratic mass meeting at York, Pa., on the 8th of October, Judge Jere S. Black, the distinguished Democratic jurist, spole as follows: I shall tegiht a ucee, without preface or apology, to YliMtCi have in my nuind. But on the issues of the hour I will Ift better in. derstood if I recur biiefly to certain original pltnciples. This G4.overament of ours, though badly damalged by twenty years of inlsutananlgeent, is still worth first cost anld cariage. It was Iranuld by the wisdlom of sages lherwo have dlevolted their blood to it; and rightly adminl lutered. it promises wtore happiness and greater prosperity to us and our children than have ever been enjoyed by any equal portion of the human race As a whole its organism Is not free from eomplieations, for it was made to secure the rights of the separate States as well as the necessary powers of the States united, and se to adu~st them thmt the liberties of the ...

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 November 1880

REMEDY. FOR NEURALGIA, SUTICA, A- LUIISABOerr BACKACHE, SORENESS or0 Ta CHEST, RETHROAT, QUNSY, SWELLAIGS AND SPRAINS, FROSTED FEET £33 EARS, guI StTR1V'8 TOOTH, EAR HEADACHE, JACi OIL, S Ba A1. of fear ý" ad r· fir, ps Pr Masf. , wu" ..m..tA vub. ia "i -·i a3flsm fit lda or to m +0WVf MALT 3mm..a, aD~s IbfMrdai -.i udUS ai 3, Ises. :..s FOR THlE (AIR. a?"· cclt AID FEVIR * £VT ruts.000 IW a#~00 SCHOOL AND CHURCH. -" The Gospel Church of the High ,gays of Baltimore," Is the name of a cission church of that city. The object it to go into the highways and hedges and reach the masses. -Wherever Ingersoll lectures, cards tascribed with Scriptural texts are handed to the dispersing audience by *ents of the local Young Men's Chris than Association. -Cincinnati now has seven colored Schools, giving the same course of in slsuction as the white ones. Thirty teachers are employed in them, all of whom are colored except one. -Prof. Francis L. Patton, President of the Chicago Theological Semina...

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 November 1880

O13c o11far 4PbQ itrt.i SATURDAY, NOVEMBDR 6, 1880. Subscription a2 a Year, in advance. tV- Jadiids Adertisements mut se paid for .n adsnac, or thiey sui die isralired vafter Ihe first (staotion. AGENTS. Ms. A. A. Goonwix, of Ateaudria. is an authorised agent of the Cutan~a:cL., and will contract for adw rtaeumeuts assd ra ceive subscriptions Messre. McCA & Bno., of Mnut ogn cry, are our authorised ageutu. LOCAL DOTS. Cloudy misty weather. Scrip of 1878 at this office. (Jilt Edge Tonic ures fever and Agne. District court will meet Tuesday week, November 16th. Low Middling cotton rules in New Orleans at 10je; Good Ordinary 9jc. The fall litigants are beginning to get down to business. We hear of a new ease searly every day. River still low, but has a slight up ward tendency from the late rains, which will likely give us good boating water in a few days. Cotton pickers in demand, some persons paying 75 cent a hundred and feeding the hands. Good wages that, as some hands can pick ...

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 November 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. . ltmocratic journal, brbattb to otat anb teneral tb5os, rittrature, $*si&t, grictaure, etc. I v. } COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1880. NO. 1. O L+ -u - - , ~Inra nlaam• •idiH i ni• n •I nln 0o0 LFeA OWn ICGI. Every 8satuuda, at - ,}Orant Parish, La., gO O eDWYeN, " F SUBBCRIPTION. t .va.ally in advance. Oa QP .iwRTISIvo. Sebarged double price. SSm. n. bLn. lIyr. 1 9 SWj 5 900 3 5 52l 9 U15 75 60 7520 oI O * 8 76It5 6 9 5B 74 10 16 00 $hmt $1 per square for ý 4 ar ubeleqneat pubica i -uaMises upon subjects of .i.ad eItutd, bus no attention C gg ageoya writers. cst ISanac., Colax, .a. ear enthe FPall Stock of ers handsui the North, twi estamebting of a ooos' 'TnS and SHOES, IHATS, WiNgil AID GBOCERIES, l rue prepared to sell UWU1 TRA EVsaR! ' FO CASH. msodl see, and be convinced. ' rei ' paid for COTION lIEI M uiERS, Se4hJNg, r*laes Parish, La : '. t ORRY'S GRIST MILL. Wim lPAJtH, LA. tBtSat degt miles east of Mont eliev dwee miles fr...

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 November 1880

TILE CHUI# NICLEI COLFAX, - * - LOUISIANA. l0ol. LYMAN TIUMBULL. His Speech at Chicago--Sherman's aphla trie iWapelled.-Tbhe Peemio. o the Lem' oeratic Party Regarding the Tariff. Farwell HIll, Chlcago, war literalnly packed on the rlpjhg of the 1oth with an enthusli satic sudlseet to listen to addresses from Messrs. Trumbull, Parsons, Sigel, and other sided. lie Introdpped Judge Trumbull as "the next (Ulvernd of Jiliaeis," and pre po-ed three hearty cheers. The suggestion was entirely unaoessary, as at the bare mention of his name the entire audience arvoe as one amn mad cheered itself hoarse, Alter expressing hisb ratllde for the wel pne extended, he said: We need not be dislebhlged at the result of the late elections. i reielindiaa that we nas with ,mc disxstecrs luI po t oAvt LteLm, and othli ditsalit jeat Nlfo t( n Anti I oqb upn le result is 1plua.ia r Ohio limp dilappilni d nobody-the result In In Sdiana In bu a sktimnil preparatory to the gI eR I tlgLit Noveibr, biuh wi...

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