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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 20 May 1882

THE COLFAX CHRONIOLE. S~cmorratic journal. bbotcb to foca;l a:n 6ncral jctus, Fiteraturc, $citiut, $griculture, ett. \'OL. V.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, L.,L SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1682. .~NO. 28. L'HE COLFAX CHRONICLE, l'I,,lished Every Satlmday, at ,lItx, CGrant Pdrish. La.. - a.. GOOI )WYN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. I k.IL NC OF SURSCRIIITION. ,py, one year . ..... $;I A py. hix mouths ... . 1 2.t on , :inre. one year .... ......Iv u)1 t'i} Jlle invariably in advance. Coo I;. TES OF ADVERTISING. ,ha tai.ertiou charged double lprice. r.tc. I t. Iw. 2w1 3u. 6w. tyr. ,,:c .. o z1 .50 t W 3 uut t5 UO 6he a . I NI 2 "j. i 7c 5 25 5t 15 7i 4 . ch it 1 51+ 3 5U 7 ;, 12 00 2: 50 , " a .es ter 3 7: 6 " l - 7., 15 0 25 ' D r u.e.. 2 :,++ 4 , 7 001 1 0 16 60 30 W0 :c'Iu u3 i . t I125,17&U5U J 200 l)l0it i i ,dvertsmenwents $1 per squ.are for ri ' ertlau,; each subsequent publica. i .* 'tents per square. It' commrnnicntaions upon subj.-et of | , terast sotliclttd, but no attention , ,I . tul to ...

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 May 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. AN_ A.IEJIC('A.N'S IDEAL. A on - nonlptre young girl: A d,''ldeolly rare young girl: Stay at hctn night, lI, what in right, Hlell-ber-o.lr-mother young girl. A hard-to-lmn young girl: A reader-of-fa't young girl; An extra-poetical, Anti-aratbetial. Care-nothing-for-novels yOung girl A minus-ber-mangs young girl: A abow-all-ber'brains young girl; With an unpowdered face, One that don't lace, A dresa-for-her-health young girL An up-in-the-morning young girl; A he lpwth-the-wash young girl; One that can rub. Not afrald of the tub, A roll-up-her-leeves young girt. A quiet-and-modest young girl; A uiweet-and-pure you girl; An uprilght, ambtous, A prideoof-the-home young girl. A remarkably-scarce young girl; A very-much-wanted young girl; A truly-American. Too-utter-p rgon The knd-tat--lllke young gir -WlWW M. austua te N. Y. Independent. A QUEER FELLOW TBEAELEL A True etmsy. Some years ago I had occasion to take a long journey to the north-s- journ...

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 May 1882

The Arctei Whalig Fleet. The twenty or more whale-ships which came down from the Arctic last autumn have mostly started again for the same destination. These vessels will not arrive in the Arctic before some time in May. They'fish by the way, making long stretches out of a direct course, sometimes getting well over toward Japan, and sometimes nosing about the Okhotsk Sea, for any chanoe to strike a few whales is this latitude. Besides the fleet of sailing ships, there will be three steamers in the Arctic this season-viz.: The Belvedere sand North Star, of New Bedford, sad the new steamer now on the stocks at this port, which will be completed inside of the next two months. The sailing ships are all old-fashioned, short, oak-built ships, which have done good service in other business before.they were sent around to the Arctic. Some of them were pack ets fifty years ago. They are still strong, weatherly ships, and seem to be inde pendent of all decay. The cold weather of the Arctic an...

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 May 1882

J)C Q01faf .broiuct. SATURDAY, 1IAY 20. 18It. Subscription 12 a Year. in advance. ( r.Iditial Ad:er'ieaste*ts seart be paid fn)" in advanc e, or the will be dleceltiaeed riftlr the firnt iuaertion A' ENTS. Ma. A. A. Gooruwrx. of Alexandrits ij a', authorized agent of the ( ' NoRhicKL, and w;ll contract for advertieiimeuta and re r (tive "sbcriptiosa. Messrs. McCAIN & Ro.. of Montgom ery are our authorized agents. LOCAL T)OT.S. We ,dfer pubhlshut Yu n accol r of our trip to Alexandria until next week, boping to have a cooler bead and steadier hand by that time. At some future time we will pnb lish a poem written by Rev. S. H. Whatley and read by him at the Gray's Creek Sabbath school May Day celebration. Mr. H. McKnight has had forty road hands at work rdparing the Darro bridge for the past two rylss He says he can make a pretty fair low water bridge out of the material left of the old bridge. Wm. McGee, the white man who was sentenced to a term of two years in the penitentiary ...

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 May 1882

1 HE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S~tmatratic onrnal, btbotb to lotal anb 4tneral [tos, ittrature, S-Sient, $griulturt, etc. VOL V. . COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1882. INO. 29 I' E r0OLFAX CHRONICLE, PuJ.athe'i rtvry Saturday, at ,lftax, Grant Parish, La.. J --IY- I. G. GOODWYN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 7 KMS uP SUBSCRIPTION. I,e col.u wi,i ,ear. ............. 00 ,. p.. -n :.1.,;,ths............. 1 25 o a cu" ", shue year ........ .. ....10 U( ;',.iLle ivariably in advaance. C IU. TES OF AD V£BTISING. Flrat iloe tion charged double price. PACK. t. 1i. I Sw 3m. 6w. ly. I inhb... 50 1 2W4 3Wt 50 900 2 incthes. I 22. 3 75 56 259 15 75 :3 twhe. 1 0 300 5 0 7 5 124 50 4 ,uc, . io o 37 6 8 7.315 25 2 5 inche . ;li& 4 ` 7 0 1I 16 00 Svll i, .4 o Ib 12 157 3 52 00 I c,, .,l I 15 0`1 0030 00 Od0l) 00 Otilcial adverttsewents $1 per square for tirst isertionl; each unbsequent publics ! i i:.U cenlts per squara Brief colnomanications upon subjects of iunIa intere'' solcited, bat no...

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 May 1882

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. LO.UJFELLO W. In Memaorlae. A shadow resting on familiar placei A -,en'" of loss in hands that clasp and part; A tender sorrow touh'ing all men's faces; A dear possession missed in home and heart. This word was tfashal along the mystic wires From coast to coast, and under mighty seas. SOur , t'sa gone." 'Twas told by household uris, And. requiem-like, was borne on every breezc. The seer whose pure and consecrated vision Shed golden halo o'er our common days Has passed beyond our ken to realms of Elys lan, las found the clew to life's entangled maze Here, dwelling higher than the souls around him. Time swept his harp and sweetened every string; In that far country now his peers have found him, The tuneful few whose songs the ages sing. The grand old bard, whose sightless eyes, up lifted. Discerned the gods, and read their hate or love. Who caught the splendor when the clouds were rifted. And dared to wield the thunder-bolts of Jove. ; rent Ho...

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 May 1882

SCHOOL AND CHUICIL -The Bible is translates.into . lirtv owo African lang ges. in eight'uf-whieb the whole of ihe~ ,tres are peb lished. -Atlanta men are working up a Southern Chautauqua, or central camp meeting ground, for all the benevolent institutions of the South. -Japan is thoroughly awake in the matter of education. She has established schools all through the country, and at the University of Tokio there are now 200 students. -Good old Mrs. Barton, of New Haven, has been for nearly fifty years the teacher of a large and important Bible class. A few days ago her class met to celebrate her eightieth birthday. --.New Haves Register. -The National Societies of the Bap tist denomination hold their anniversa ries in New York, May 24-31. These societies are the Foreign Missionary Union, the Home Mission Society and the Publication Society. -Mrs. George Clinton Smith, of Springfield, Ill., has undertaken the compilation of a woman's hymn-book. She asks that all women who have writ te...

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 May 1882

.,Ai Ukl)AY, MAY 27, 1 2. ory, subecription S2 a Year, in advanoe. -----yen rJsdie61 Adesrtisemaent umt as paid visil for is advaesn, or ted uiu s diestimd ever after the irst insas day AGENTS. Ma. A. A. GooDwrl, of Alexandria, is ' an authorized agent of the CnaoxiCL, and for will contract for dveortsements and re- the weive subscriptions. Messrs. MCCArs & Bao., of Montgom- o'cl ery. are our authorised agents. con LOCAL DOTS. at lic Mrs. Deal had ripe peaches on the 22J day of May. folly The river has risen between six whr and seven feet during the past week, ohr and continues to rise rapidly. the Mr. H. McKnight has charge of the Calhoun saw mill, and is turning out fine square lumber at the rate of do 4000 feet a day. A black eye is the little memento pet given by one Frenchman to another pal Frenchman, last Monday, all because Go of too much whisky. bit Should you have the chills and fe ver this summer, send to G. W. Bol- a ton, Pineville, for a bottle of Dr. of Brooks' ch...

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 June 1882

THE COLF - SlntmaOratic uaural, btbottb to foal a-nb $r s, itritrt, tintse, U~i ainu t vo01. V.A COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1t$8. IO.t 30. r· .r.. " 1lRONIOLE, L . _ u a-day, at Sish, La.. * .. 4.)I) W YN :. . 3I f" iMTOL A. .........*2 0U .(: . ......lu to 1I1 TL.Y OF Al)DVEeRTISING. Insp+rk.4'~r:wt~tielta1h -4 dlse,$' 9ID 41 ~.4 41 .lt I S 6 14.1 1 W It IU WUr ..l IM a IIU "N 1 ,.t M .Za' l :;salt f ..ri~o .1 f`; º . t:-b" ttuuqe $jULcr ijjý4ýa slU gUpc* of -J s++.- ..`Iud 1t11 ts )4Ll41.e4 WriteiW. .1 .1.n & u 1'11E t Colfaa.x La. l'..uiWEtd ) a;. CARDS. W .,P' BL A C KMAN, :tt .cK---AI,.kANI1JMIA. LA. 1 ,'1.'1 ,.1. cr in a 'h"" (ours .ef.uid ·1 > · .r.. .... ," .d u, i1.' riq .r m Cour uiyld ...2.. CAM9RON, A \tlary Public. j .· ··.ameron, oall. Z ........... Iasiea um. i ..t t A· iy . ku'.. hrU sl 1.eaua ! :. 1.1 stl.) " 1 r. 1 .14,ja.itc w ith tos fI 44. 11 1.41"+" #:o IcC e'L*n ".lj.teit h us 1:11ý : ;44. 4, ..1116 It.' aM.. febli-l1V 1 + C. WICKLIII...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 June 1882

THE CRtIONJCLE. a COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. i T/RE PRAISIR OF GOOD DOCTORS. The best of nil the pill-box crew, I 1incm, ever time began, f Are the 41 ctors who have most to de With the health of a bearty man. And a I ount them up again And praise tla assema; P "'here's Dr. And I)r. Quiet, a And Dr. Merryman. There's Dr. Diet, be tries my totmnf. b "i know you well," ays he: t "Your atnm»ch i poor and your liver is sprung. i We must make your food agree." And Dr. Quiet, he feels my wrist And be Brravyllahites i bead. " ow, now., ear Mr. I must fneat That you go at tento bed." But Dr. M ter aar Of all the pill-box orewt For be smeat and says, as be tfola ble te: "Laugh on, whatever you do!" 8o now I eat what I t to et, And at tea I go to bed, And I laush im the face of cold or het; For thus have the doctora saidi And an I cout them pl ain, t And praise them as leran: u There's Dr. Diet. And Dr. Quiet, i And Dr. Merryma l -s. W. 8af. t N. Y. IMdspemfl b AN ARK OF SAfltT. The Bmen of W....

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 June 1882

S9CgUOL ADb CURUILC. -Cincinnati claims to have taken 1,00 converts into her churches this winter. VO -There is in New Orleans a colored sisterhood of the Catholic Church who are ,devoting themselves to the education of younggirs of their own race. --A young lady recently received into the First Bapt Church at Burlington, Iowa. dated" her first religious convic tions to the reading of Longfellow's Sl'salrl of Life."''-M ica JourMM.nA -The Brooklyn Board of Education ar 'charge$ its teachers with using slang, wlreuing loudly, and showing a lack of refinement and cleanliness. In short, " they are totally unfit" to teach Brook. lyn's children. -A sect called the "New Israel" has risen among the Jews of Russia. It p abandons circumcision, abstinence from th certain viands, changes the Sabbath from the seventh to the first day and abolishes usury. -N. Y. Iedepesdct. d --A railroad conductor was recently to rhosen deacon of a church. When it hucame his duty to take tip a collection, 1i he...

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 June 1882

Ctbe Qolfar Ibronitle. SA UtDAY. JUINE 3, Iw8 11j Subscription 2 ai Year. In advance. f7'"Jgdicial Adeeriamvcnts meut he paid for in rdc,,r, or they ,rill be disoalinedi after the first inertioan AGENTS. W Ms. A. A. Goonowa. ,f Alezan&is, i an authorized agent of the t'ua.N'ilcLz, and will contract for aaivert.imweuta and re- r ceive uinberiptions. T Measrs. JlcCAnr & Bao.. of Monigoin ery. are our authorins.d agents. P w LOCAL I) TS. Crps are: growing tinel. River still rising Nine feet more e: will put it up to the high water mark a, of last April. ii An interesting ouwwmouicntion fronm Winnfield has been crowded out of d this weeks issne. Our young men have bee.; struck h with the base ball craze, and now ,, they think and talk nothing else. Three neg~1es waee drowned while attempting to crouss Ied river near St. Maurice, in a skiff while the wind was blowing, on Saturday, May 2kth. b They are all said to bare been bon eat and useful colored citizens. A petition, to hav...

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 June 1882

THE COL'FAX CHRONICLE S entmocratt aournal, brbattb to 'oral anb Uctnral jitos, fittrature, Stienc, ,grianlirt, etc. 1OL. V.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1882. INO. 31. --- I YW w w a w I am Lve The i. I The L.. ..... IU . LFAX CHRONIOLE, .,%I Every Saturday, at xi-arilt P..trish, La.. -sy r-- 4. 00D WT YN, and PROPRIETOR. ! ! )F SCL',iiiPTION. ear. ... ........... $2 0 A nts . ........... 2 onhi yOe r .... .......-...lU UtN 'e uIvariably lii advance. Cod :.l r1'is ouF ADVERTIS~ING. I" l1t o,,a.i*ti,. n charg,-d double price. t , te . . 1: . t5 :tm. 6b u. lyr. iulh. , Y, 7 5till 0W 9(00 toan 3 Y u3 75 6 25 9 f15 75 ?vlch :t t 5 0.7 5012 002 50 M ,.." W. 6, 6... t;h 7:.115 0 D00 t ,' , ., 3. 7 103l0 CIt 16i 30i 00 1.12 :117 5130 5&2 00 Sllll.itu t, t ime lts $1 per square for - , .r Ir n; t-wch subseqaueit publioc it i.-' ".n1 01 ations llupon suobjects of iC . i t.',., a IU: ited. but no attention u ill .t" paid to aii".iyoins writers. Will Ad lrta.s: Cl4uINI...

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 June 1882

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. .A('11'o." THlE tII'DEN WALL. I lnoked cer·ws thb ý rtrdn wall. Anl s.ew her th.r"l-t strt. her yet! A lill , th ing that p L'y'e I at ball. What matten.d fright? what mattered fall? I cli.iatl--I brhk." thb p ach-tru3's uat I lookeI aer,'+ th., garnlt wall. And. eutrtls and pinafore and all, Tl'l1.-ld her-never to fortet A little th;ng that played at bal. lra,' h:.- she grown, discreet and tall, Since. when thl e nmorning dews were wet, I lookedl across the gaird'e wall $Finer she was five-yeo;rs ol4, and small, With slipping rish all croikel as8t, A little thirn that played at ball. Buit still. sweet wlife, when I recall flow first we loved, how first we met, I watch teroins a garlen wall A little thing that plays at hall. -May ProbyU. AN UNLUCKY RAID. In the godl old days of the Bow Street I rlunntrs, when highway assaults were rife, and solitary post-chaise travelers never journeyed without pistols in their 1 p.o'kets, anl tremor at 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. — 10 June 1882

Beaters sa"Their Dwellings. D)uring the last days of Septemlxr, 1G66. the writer was making a solitary ex.ursion eastward of Fraser's aIke, British Columbia. he pitched a small cotton terot near a shallow lake, at the end of the first day's journey, in order to protect himself from mos luitten. and not to shield himself from the weather. Early in the frosty morning he was awakened by a strange series of sharp, slapping reports, somewhat like the cracking of an ox-whip, which arose in the , from the immediate vicinity. ('rawling. rifle in hand. cautiously out, he quickly located the origin of the noises and then suspected the -cause; the rile was laid aside, the note book sub stituted nnd the expectant writer care-. fIlly and silently approached the little tarm of the lake over which the odd noI, ss sprang from; peering through the thick tall fringe of flag-rushes which lined the water's edge, he saw in the misty, hoary morning light a colony of heavers in full and animated bustle ov...

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 June 1882

SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1882 Subscription S2 a Year. In advance. 7Jadicisl Adrfiesument. must be paid for in adrance, or they will be disc~atinsed after the rst insertioa. AGENTS. MI. A. A. GoonwN., of Alexandria, in an authorized agent of the CHRONI,:LE, and will contract for advertisements and re ceive subscriptions. Messrs. MCCALr' & BRO.. of Mostgom ery. are our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. River falhlig slowly. Fresh meat is scarce. District court is in session at Winnfield. Weather cloudy, with occasional drizzling rains. Mr. J. B. Wilmot has a new picket fence around his house. Judge W. F. Blackman, of Alexan dria was in town this week. Vennor's prediction of a wet and cool summer looks as if it is to be verified. Representative McCain has our thanks for the biennial report of the State treasurer. A party of three men, from Mont gomery, in pursuit of a horse thief, passed through Colfax last Tuesday morning. Our new office will be completed in two weeks more, and we expect 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 June 1882

THEr UOfX T HI ONIC L HE. p c"tmocratf c & rnal, b.totb to f a anb  Menral e os, ,i ttrat're, %t inrce ,rialtr t O V 00LFA ,w AY VOL. V.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISHI, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE` 17, 1882. INO. 32. 416 *rigf OJLFAX OCRONICLE, l1aI1,ljag.d Every Saturday, at (X)1,lc, (iz'ax t Ptrilah, La.. ---ax-- Gr. Ci 00 -W -7 X'T' EDITOR and PROPR!ETOL 1 7H1Y8 OIF 8UB4WRIPTIONY. * III*: I . ,llyear. ... .............$2 00 t....! .. C r. "j . ..,u tfae ..........j.... 125 'Si fl,'u~. y.'ur .....1U4() º 4t7.Ll& invariably in advance. 1:.1 TES OF ADP BTIS1KG. F'irst aaeaoetitw nshsar'd double price. .WVK. t.1.19 tat. Stu. 6. lyr. 1Hine"b... .A471 20 Si3WS 900 2 ix2 376 2 8 ft 57 :jaemee.". t a"" 3 ¶5 W 7 Sulu &50 1 rotund _ ot.f s 86 7 16 5 ;7 I 1) 1 6 4 S 4 cultsa~aae no h 125 17 -JU W I u" weua~r S.e l Ofllei:il ,atelatt~e4entta $1 nJIt ' rsre feq a1 s n I l"oertl. "n; oawh aanbaeqoeut publica. Ii "t. 5D cments p,"r .gaUse. Ilri.*t 'omumca ,. ic atione upon subjectS of 1 .2 lrI ºe....

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 June 1882

COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. TIlE II'11OHI"S STRATAGEM.. t - he Wimw Brown ived at the end of the street, in it h-, lIe of hier owni. rllnl and clean; at a It nrigp i ,lyienel just over the way S  .re srY- th b· l. tbeior Green. Now. Widow Ii. l,):,ked upon Bachelor G. With a h.-artilhy et ttous ere, A- hsgSe4 ta therstf . , ' w tn Mr. O% I rmust 'til "ryt c e4ruptt try." The bachelor he met the widow full oft. And quit' fre'iuently thought, when alone: "That widow would make the most sensible wife :Or1all women T ever have known." hait Green was so latshful, he still held aloof Vfton the prize he was anxinultto tLkt; iVbilst wiOereol shb still what oourse to pur What a raid on his heart She should maike. Tll the widow one day. in crosslng a field. Met with poor Mr. Greeln at the atle. They sto iii s they mots oqp eacn side of the i fence, And' pleastnsly talked for a while. " nw the bachelnr feltlte Occasion was le e 'i',o lisdtoe to the widow his mind; Whil 'h n ieutally vowed 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. — 17 June 1882

-It is stated that two hnAded aroeks and desperadoes passedthsuMgi. Deaver b in five days recently on their way from ii Arizona and New Mexico, from which they had been driven to some new des tination.-Chicago Herald. t -A British barkentine, lately arrived ti at St. Johns, reports hating passed a t large number of floating 'attle. Must u have been the bulls of the stock market; th are said to have been "all at sea"' tat .-Boiton Comercfa, fi. t -Longfellow's ear was sa ancd v his memory of sounds so that on v his visit to France in 1869 he`* ered how not only the French lan bat i the manner of pronouncingt had an- i detgone a marked change since his fcr mer visit in 1829.-Bostes Post. --The Oxford (I. T.) nterprise la- i meats the scarcity of marriageable wom en in ldaho territory, and has decided to. vote a colunma to aid the bachelors i. getting wives. It solicits advertisements' from women everywhere who wish to c marry, and promises to use its efforfs to tind them sultable husb...

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 June 1882

Q e 0olfar (bronklt. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 188i. inf vICI Subscription S a Year. In advanoe. bel gp'Jdidal Adrertiwemeats usst be paid vic Jor in adGame, or they will be diecwaliaed wb< aflter the trel insertioa. AGENTS. Del Ms. A. A. Oooowi,. of Alexandria, i" larl an authorized agent of the CHRONagt.a and will contract for advertisements and re- the ceive subscriptions. Adi Messrs. MCCaIY & BRo., of Montgom- hot cry. are our authoriz d agents. no LOCAL DOTS. adj Miss Kate Pickett, of ltapides as parisb, bas been in Coltax since the , an arrival of the Bell on Monday last. We hope she has enjoyed her visit. T The old reliable Jesse K Bell con- tam tinues to make regular weekly tripe, fsil and for the past month she has come net down to clock-work time, making it to Colfax at five o'clock every Monday A evening. We are under obligations eo to her popular officers for apprecia- tint ted favors. Ib me' The new office for the CanoXMot.s is mis being rapidly completed. We con- ons% ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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