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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 January 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONIGLIE OL Imnctrati. Cournal, btbGoRA to Tatal arnb ncal doTRs, D ifYertrt, JArUr enY , 18grir Iture, tOr. VOL. VIII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1885. INO. 8. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Publikshed Every Saturday, at Colla x, CGrant Pitrish, La.. ---- - 1. 0 GOO: WD Y ," EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 7E1118 OF 8UBISCRIPTION. One copy, one year ... ...... .... 50 lne ropy. six zionthsk............... 75 ia c . . oue ear --......------. ..... 7 50 1ayable int az iably In advance. !I.A I ES OF .4D i"El TISI \"G. irst iiserti "charl.' do,uble pr ae 'PAC *.. It. i t. E.W. j. . . m . jl r. 2 ,uci s. , 'l I a Or s " t01 S4 5 i 0 y0 ' '00 4 'I~lClllll"l4 u 1D Uf j - . L, t:3 2 Scuminzu , 4 5 Ut Sit 17 5: 301 5); s. '', ,J. , ,.,I M,, o,1 ( ,Ot, ( ,1 ,, 1 , O . ~ advertisement-..1 per square fo r Art 0nsertion ; encll snubsequent publica tion !50 cents per aquare. Brief comlnmnicaltions upon subjectt o public interest waslcited, but no attentio. will Iw paid to anonyI...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 January 1885

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - . LOUISIANA MATILDA'S REWARD. Matilda lived upon a farm In Alegbany County, And happiness upon her life Did shed its golden bounty. She used to help her mother in The duties of housekeepin- She used to churn and make the bread And cake, and do the sweeping. And while she did these things, she smiled 1 And sang a pleasant ditty. And listened not to other girls Who glorified the city. They'd speak about the farmer's IWfe As one of beans and pottage, And place the handsome brow n-stone front I Above the humble cottage. And to her they would daily say. In manner strangely vocal: "The girl who stays upon the farm Will have to wed a 'yokell' " Those girls all to the city went Upon the self-same misshmn To marry men with land and gold And hold a high position. But after years had floated by, These girls became less sunny, And in their wrinkles learned rich mes Like poor men, wed for money. Then. broken-heare they returned, And in the country tarried; And e'en 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. — 3 January 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -Thiring the year 1883 London had 974 hours of sunshine out of a possible 4.456, an average of 2.40 per day. -When Sarah Scheuer, of New York, eloped with Henry Friedman, the other day. she left behind her 11, ltresses, many of which had never been worn. This is love's greatest sacritiee, indoed.-N. Y. Graphic. -At a recent funeral of a dIecased free thinker at South Beach, Conn., the church was brilliantly illuminated, a scientific poem was read atnd the serv vices were conducted with out a prayer or the mention of a Supreme Being. Hart;:orul Post. -While the business of canal boat navigation has been very largely over shadowed in this country by the intro duction of and development of railroads, it is still of sutlicient importance to snpport a population estimated at 6o(0,'s, a number about equal to that of the persons engaged in our coasting trade. -There are over 12,000 men and boys employed all the year round in the North `ea fisheries, It is said they are rapid...

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 January 1885

Et Lolfar Obranicle. SAIURLAY, JAN. 3, 1885. bjubcaitrloN, $I.%) A YiAs, INs ADVACL t#'Jadicial Adrvrtliaeemets msat be paid for in adrence, or they will be disoetinted after the first ienertioa. AGENTS. MI. A. A. GOopwIN, of Alexandria, is an aLthorized agent of the CliltINIcLt, and will nontract for advertisements and re ceive subscriptions. Messrs. McCAIN & BRo.. of Montgo'm ery. are our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. At the hour of going to press the river was on a stand, and we suppose it will now decline nearly as rapidly as it rose. Mrs. C. 1l. Compton took the Ya zqo Valley on New Year's Day for Pineville, where she goes on a visit to friends and relatives. Mr. M. N. Carnahan has been spending the holidays with his rela tives and friends in Colfax. After a year's absence "Mit" looks as natural and hale and hearty as of old. Our young friends John Randolph and B. C. Dean of Fairwount left per steamer Yaszoo Valley on New Year's Day for Baton Rouge to at tend school at the...

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 January 1885

THE COLFAX CHiRNICLE. Sgtmacrrati(c oI ma, btbortb to total an Oetnral atbes, ittrature, Stienct, ýgrindtut, Mfr. VOL. VIII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1885. INO. 9. I- I III Ii iI Ii I II I a -- - THE COLFAX OHBONICLE, Published Every Satnrday, at Collax, Grant Parish, La., -mr-- Is- GQ. GOODW YT EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 12ERM OP SUBSRIPTION. One copy, one year. ............. $1 5( One copy, six mouths............... t iis eol.ien, one year ..............7 t7 Payable invaiably in advance. Ad T8B OF ADBVRTI81'2G. riat iaerti ;ohargedl doable pr .o CA0*. it. 1T,. tau. 3... ban. I r I ioch... .,o '1 su3 W W (., c oU S inuees. " W y V.1 3 75 5 157 S . 3 1lcihee 1 50 300 5 i 7 5u 11 tW x3 5( inces. 00 34 6:i 0L715t ( 252 S iuaces. I4 7 t,(o1 ld 50 3,3u( - oautna,4 ' s o t,6 l7 30,5 54 lt ",-a,.,l f 15 ( m W L5 o i( l -, 41 i advertisemean..4l pr square fo irst Irsrtt~ n; eacb subsequent publica. tion 14 eents per iqukre. Prief comimnnicatinns upon snbjeetq o pnhl...

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 January 1885

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - LOUISIANA. "YES." A little rain, The sun again, A shadow: A summer day. Some new-mown bay, A meadow. A girlish face, A iuscbhlesarrao And beauty; We spend th day In making hay Sweet duty. Some fading flowers, 8ome happy hours. But fleeting. A week of rain, And then again A meeting. One quoek shy look, A rippling brook, Some clover; * A sky o Bold. The story old, A lover. A fair sweet maid, A start word said; What is It? I tr my fate. And not too late To miss It. The years have gone, And still loves on That lover: He loves always. As days and days Pass over. A loving wife, A long long life Together. Have made him bless That shy sweet "Yes" Forever. -Sore C. Usher, ti Chambe ' Journal. AN. EDITOR'S DREAG. a scot" waY. [Bead by the author before the Peninsular Press Association during the literary eser ekB of the Annual Convention on steampr Breakwater.1 Once upon a time a village editor sat in his quiet sanctum industriously pe rusing the political editorials...

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 January 1885

- XISCELLAnEOtS. -A colored family in Georgia .are handicapped by havig six tingers to each hand. -Workers in bleacherles where " chlorine is largely used are singularly exempt from all germ diseases, but suffer from special ailments induced by iihaling that gas. -The Baston Commonirealth says that there are now a later number of young persons from all parts of the country studying music in that city than has ever been known before. -A burglar who went into a house in East St. Louis to do a little business complains that he was held up by the owner and robbed of $35 and a gold watch. "Things is workin' " around all right."-Detroit Free Press. -The burrashuta, a carniverous fly heretofre confined to South America, has made its appearance in Florida. Its bite, though not poisonous, is pain ful, an I the loss of blood eomparatively great. -In the province of San Pedro, Bra ril, the destruction of all eucalyptus trees has been ordered. It appears that *the tree favors the rgeneratioir o...

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 January 1885

Ele Cflfat Ql ronikle. AEUlUDAY, JANUARY 10, 1885. Satr 5usbntJwos, #1.60 A kaX, I ADvnE.r W Wili g7Judicial Adrertisaet must be pd T for ii adrene, or tAey will to disoltind /fter the frst inserties. rep port AGENTS. the M. A. A. GoonwiN, of Alexandria, is5d an authorized agent of the CHaoNxOa. and sec will contract for advertisements and re- and solve anbseltpt ions Sup MesYrs. %[cCAIM & BRO.. of Montgo'- k cry, are our authorized agents. in1 tres LOCAL DOTS. Tbe Mier ,ense Rogue, of Many, babine parish, is visiting ColfMs, and is the are quest of Miss Lizzie Carnahno. I of The carpenters have been put to ,, work again on Mr. J. H. . McNeely's con flne house, and it is to be finished by lan the time spring is well on the way. - Deputy Sheritf S M. Lacroix has wi been walking extra long-legged this ebu week. He feels a foot taller on se- but ouot of the appearance of a bran I new girl baby at his boses. oo sea From the Alexandria papers we to see that the "map quilt" of Loui...

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 January 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S~tmacmratir 1surnal, btbateb to Toatl anb 4tnrral netds, itratue,'Stinnt, grianltatn, ett. VOL. Vill.l COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1885. INO. 10. a-- - I -_-r -- T'IhE COLFAX COHONILE, Pnl,l.-hEl Ev.er, atnrdisi, at C'olfax, (ii ant P.Lp1·ah, Ls.. - Q. GiOODWyN, EDITOR and PRO?: IEt i ' Iut VO " (DF ar .S ()U top1), iijk AHJt(.a *·.-..1 J ~iX O~ WiS sCar............... oiayi4 c." ra~ .. d... v. , jM. e-. on t ar . .; J iuw ia.j 7uý+trl aP ii ti.;. 4 i iUrs. iTJ Ut4 .' 1m . J .a PAC- ~! uf 4 1AL .1~ u ~ts 1 i.Ocl. a cý j4=?Vi ;3 .75 I 10 1jj 3 U J iJ Mi "u *n 1"advetiaeweut,".l *.-i pt . i. e first tII-ertiv n c"el l -it, rcllief ilt.,.it:.t tion '0 cents pe'r Pgtt~tre. Mrii' cnint i nle~tti , tin ilolt s :l~rrct- c 'l1jf' intlrter ' s" l itwl , L9'ot in atte'iti, , will 1w4 paid toino'%' NflIlii 499k"itt r,. A'.1,re'u.. it'dNj~yCI}p, (;.,)fx. Ls, .. L'. ZTAre. Itr. f l'. rt/ erAt , T. il korp, THORPE, PETERMAN & TIORPE, "114 .'..p. a ...

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 January 1885

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - . LOUISIANA. THE OLD REAPER. Mid the brown-haired and the black-haired men, . With ruddy faes aulow. The old man stood in the harvest field, With a head as white as snow. "Let me out a sheaf, my boys," he said, "Bey-re It Is time to go." I They put the sickle within his hand: lie bowed to the windy wheat; Plea'ntly fell the golden ears. Withb the corn fowers at his feet. He i:fted a handful, theoughtfully; It was ripe and full and sweet. 'Many and maay a sheaf," he said, * "I have cut In the yerasgone past; And many and mar a sheaf these arm On the harvest waln have east. But children dear, I a weary now, "Let me rest awhile beneath the tree; For I like to watch you go, With sickles bright, through the rip, ful Il wheat, And to feel the fresh wind blow." And they spread their working costs fo him 'Mong the grasses sweet and low. 1 When the sun grew 1igh they came again, For a drink and their bread and meat; And in the shadow he sleeping lay, With sunshine on...

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 January 1885

-It may not be generally known that the disability law against Catholics still exists in New Hampshire. No Cath olic can hold ofles in that State.--a.i. cago News. - An electric light has been intro duced into a lighthouse t the entrance to the outer harbor of Rio de Janeiro. It is of 2,000 candle power and is visi ble a distance of thirty-five miles. -The Glasgow Herald thinks that if Americans would substitute oatmeal for pies and hot cakes they would be calmer, less lively, lea speculative, less bombastic, and happier. --The latest Indignity offebred to the memory of Carlyle is to credit him with having invented the word "dude." In his journal on July 15, 183,5 he wrote: "I seldom read any dud of a book, novel or the like, where the writing seems to flow along like talk, without a certain pain, a certain envy." -Birds in Sweden and Norway arre better protected than in any other coun try, and the consequence is that they are tame and familiar. A resident ol Sweden says that evrey ...

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 January 1885

Elj rlfar Q tronicle. S i ULD , Y. JANUARY 17. 18h5. asuescalrioI, ;t.~U .t YZAR, Lb ALDVA.cL f'-Jgulic',at Jdrcr:isemnctst must be paid for is udcauao, or tkhe will be diacotiuedi ,k/:er the iArI i ,sertioi. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. Cloonwit. of Alexandria, is an a tthorizel agent ,of the CUtaxict, and will c,,tranct fr ;lAve.tiaeements and re ceive snbscript iolls. Messrs. \IcCjrv & BRo.. of Montgo'm erv. er." our authorized agents. -t LOCAL, DOTS. Mrs. Mlra Clark Gaines. the well knov innd aged New Orleans liti gaunt, is dead. The proceedings of the police jury, notice to delinquents, tax sales, and other advertisements take up so much of our space this week we have but little robm for comments or locals. From among the many testimonials recoived wet select the followilng writ tell by J. H. Carter, a resident of Pheltps Co., Mo., who says, "I have used Shermau's Prickly Ash Bitters to the best advsntugie, and can boo' eitly testify that it has done myself alO family an immense good...

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 January 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. O VCmotratic GmRrnal, btbateb to Satal anb tneral Yatds, JirNraturt, Stient4, gritulturt, att. VOL VIIl. COLFAX, GRANT PARISHi, LA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1885. NO. I THE OOLFAX OHRONICLE, PublimeAd Every aoearda , as Coltis, U.raut Pm.zish, La.. -S -. G. GaOO DT'r Y, EDITOR sad PROPRIETORt. 2&& l.I F uV LUBaRdIIPTIO. One rupy. one year .............1 (Pao r-OY.il "u~tsU................ $f 8i: sup..r, one 3 car . 7 60 Aayable iuvauiably 'au advl.lea. BATEIS OF AD'zIRTrlafIG. Firrt iunseai . 'lmarmryc d"ouleo pr . f * I I. I*.. sn 3 . 4 .1 6e Sind... 'e aa . w s u. 9 4. d tatmet$ per furee r ant Is4rts. n; wch uh-equs publion-. t40 r eouts per squaro. r lcf fmmnnio-ti,,n. upon euIbjeot o f~~tle Intpert ulrited, bnt no, atteutooi MIj he paid to Sanonymi.ns writers. A£44re: Cknlmcn.r a. Ci'lf'x. 1a. fier 1ko%. d.tL GAlIIS i. Tnr r W. F. eIr.a..., T. . T horp THORPE, PETERMAN a THORPE, Practice in all Le Courta of Louislans. Pste I and e.leral. O5 .. .I ...

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 January 1885

THE CHRONICLE. COTFAX - - . LOUISIANA ThE MAUD OF THE PERIOD. elnmud Parvenue one summer's day Went to the stable bright and guy. While standUni by the open door The rich ma passed in coach and four. He glanced at Maud with loving air Her father was a mtlltonire And Maud she gently moved her head, And to herself these few words said: "I'll not be by a rich man won: My pa can cover him ten to one." Into the stable then walked she To hear sweet words from the coachee. The coachman did not have much cash, But oh he was a lovely mash. D'wn they sat on a bale of hay, SAnd this is what Maud heard him say: "'Will you fly with me, my pretty miss, To a land that's far remote from this? "You know that time and time again. I've told my love in the shady lane. "When driving, darling, by your side I've often asked: 'Will you be my bride?" Then Maud made up her mind to slope And said to the coachee, "We'll elope." One moonlight night they skipped away; Maud's father raved and raged, they say. But...

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 January 1885

Disorders Produeed by Mental i)lsqulet. ude and Dkiturlance. The ciws, o dleidkoiol1iich most commonly exposes the reserve of men tal energy to - Ids and in jury i r~ryL, The.- tone and strengtt of mind are scrionsly imipalll bTf1t wearing influence, and, if it contin lagqg eaoting, they will ýe destroyed. It sets the organism of thought and feeling Vibrating with emo tions which are not consonant with the natural libe ation of energy in work. 'he whore machinery is thrown out of gear, and exercise, which would other. wise be pleasurable and innocuous, be comes painful and even destrrotivei It is easy to see how this must be. The longest note in music, the most steady and persistent ray of light-to use an old-fashitoned expression-the tonic musc~ular condition, are all, we know, prodpced by a rapid succession of minute xuotivesaiiulbes oracts lilk the explbsion and discharge of electricity from alter. nately connected and separated points in a circuitpin feet, a series of vibration...

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 January 1885

te Uolfar 6ronidt. wh Ad SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1885. 8ussouzr'tor, w. s msas. s A moL. wb 7'TJadieist dertitemhasl eat be pd a~ fer is adesae, or t4 t be dbstas we /ter the first Iaeir5s. AtENTS. "Pt Ms. A. A. Goonwmr. of Alessarirs. Is on an authorised agent of theu, ros ad am will ooutreet f.,r advertemesuts as re e*ive sabeeriptions. ., Mesers. WcCat & Bso.. of Motgo-- I cry, are oar authorised agents. FI LOCAL DOTS. Ir by Rav. Ri A. Davis lp been sent ib back to ColfM eand Montgomery. S. M. Lacroix, Eq., has reeeived his commission as onstble for the st Colfax ward. Lb In our next issue we will publishb as interesting letter from Mr. Blau- li shard relative to railroad lands. at lei If you sant a Waterbury watch TI for nothbing, go to work and get up a th club of eight for the CuaomoLs ae at our ofer. The rush at D. A Smitb'ecoutrsts r continues in spite of dull times. The ri eoret is that Dave sticks to "rock bottom prices for cash." Is The news of loso and sufferingr fr...

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 January 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Stemasratir j~nrnal, btbotb to otal anb 6tneral ~tls, xitrature, Scitne. Jgritulturt, ett. VOL. VIII.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1885. INO. 12. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., -BY G- Ca-cOODWyzq, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. T1RMS OPF UBCGRIPTION. One copy, one year ................ $1 50 One ropy, six mouths ............... 76 Six col,,', one year .............. 7 50 'aayable invariably in advance. RATE8 OF ADVERTISIAGO. IFirst iaserti charge-I double pr o e MO.. It 11.. B a,. . b6n. I r l .-h.. c 5U 1 60 WU 3 UU O 3 00 21 i'uen. º uu :3 1 376 65 9 50 15 7i 3 1inchus 1 5 3 W 5 00 7 5o it U' :t3 5e Siuocea. I2 50 4 C U It7 u I 5:0 30 Scolads, 4 518 W 117 30 t u O I "Alawy 1 5 W 0t :w o 41 t. advertisement. $1 per square fo r brat asertin; each nobsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief eemmnnicati.n. upon snbjeets o public interest solicited, but no attenti, will he paid to anonymous writers...

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 January 1885

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, *" " LOUISIANA A CANARY AT THE FARM. Folks has been to town, and Sahry Fetched ner home a pet canary And of all the blamed. contrary, Argervatln' things alive! I love musil-that's I love it When it's free-and plcuty of it but I kinde git above it At a dollar eighty-five! It's just as I'm a-sayin' The lady, now, o' layin' Out yer money, and a-payln' For a wilier cage and bird, When the medder-larks Is wingln' Round you. and the woods a-ringta' With the beautlfullest slngin' That a mortal ever heard Sabry's sot, tho'-so I tell her lie's a purty little teller, With his wings o' creamy-yeller, And eyes keen as a cat; And the twitters o' the critter Seems to absolutely glitter! Guess Ill have to go and git her A better cage 'n that! -James IWhteomb Riley. AN INDIAN POWWOW. A Religious Rite in Commemora tion of the Dead. How It Is Performed by a Remanu t of the Menomonee Tribe In Wlsconela-The Indian's Inordinate Desire for Whisky. "Would you like. to attend a pow 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. — 31 January 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -The United Statee, it is estimated, sends out of the 'conntry annually over $100,000,00 for sugar grown in foreign countries, principally in Cuba. -A man in West Newton, a suburb of Pittsburgh, makes a living by ped dling hot water. He has one hundred customers, whom he supplies from a tank on his wagon.-Pittsburgh Post. -A tailor was suing a county officer for the amount of an unpaid bill in a St. Paul court the other day. He looked over the jury and remarked: "Your Honor may dismiss the jury; every man there owes me for a suit of clothes. -The large figured wall-papers are the proper styli at present, and the day does not seem far distant when we shall gaze upon the vineyards, dairy maids, ami the ertLteq of the Rhine that awoke the :t devotion of our grand fathers --C'hi,.ago Times. --t is probable that the bicycle and tricycle will become in the future as hluch of a staple article of manufacture :,s the common road wagon of to-day. In England $15,000,000 are now...

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. — 31 January 1885

SLUUR)-L Y, JANUARY 31, 1885. usvacarrIox, $1.5O A YrA, IN ADVAasm tJsdicial Adrertiseweutt must be paid for iS adcasce, or thag will be disooatisaed sjter the firls insertios. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. Goonwa~, of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of the CHRONICLI, and will co:atraet for advertisements and re eeie subscriptions. Meesrs. A.ICArtN & BRIM-of Montg'm cry. are our authoristed agents. LOCAL DOT's. The Jesse K Bell went up Cane river and came back on Red. Mr. Meredith Shackelford, of Ra pides, uncle of our Clerk, 8. B Shackelford, has been spending the week in Colfax. A Husband's Greatest Blessing is a stroug, healthful, vigorous wife with a clear, handsome complexion. These can all be acquired by using Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic. Our farmers are doing more fallow ing and early plowing this year than ever before. This is a move in the right direction, and we predict that good results will follow. A stray turkey has taken up its abode on the CaHnoNIoL premises, and the owner of...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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