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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 7 February 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. A l7tmJrratic ýournal, bcbot#b to Toa[I anb ~emtral iros, ittratnre, Scircnt, ggrilultun, Etc. VOL. VIII.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1885. INO. 13. TIE COLFAX CHRONICLE, keabim Iaolt I.'. i $arrdayg... at ('olla , (ipalit 1 P Dtr i . La.. -Iii - H_ 0- -GOODWYNS, I DI rOR ani PROP :IEr )I. *~ur ,olSY. *u., ywilr.... .........$1 "fl 'i,.u.,lot a..u.. t...,...... at eq.'.e.. u~u ulº .. ........7;)uD l 111k uM , a, ialdy ,:. ali.. l.aIkIFS 0AbIJATL"I.7*./G. 'r-, aa,.*ii 1It,.' .1 .tlaull 1"r .e 1 C. 11 . t. t ` [ u . b . . I a."~ ~ l' ~ .*4.2 J 'l.º7. t JUU , : U , :1 4'*u~ to. _ bU.11 " . 1º.: t e*Ia ii . 4 :y+ UI ) 1 .1 ;o J : 1 Y r i l'el.. h. .. ()i~t 1 *jh r adlvez-t. aweaat $1 per' ~ .l'el; f r Brat n-tirtl Ii; .".i el ab-eq esat plUiiicaa ti"'u .0( celltn 'tr hcl"'re. B~rief cmllllnnicnti i , a nlwm .bjrctý u Orlie intrusit 'lhulCit;' l if t n antti rtiu will 1w Imidl to. aul4ag' illi,S.f writers. A I'Irr,.". Cif :.o 3'IC" V. ('If;,, ...

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. — 7 February 1885

THE CHRONICLE. COTFAX. - - . LOUITTANA THERE'S BLUE SKY OVERHEAD. The earth is dark aHnd drler, There are perils in the way; A thousand little trials To encounter every day: Biut thiugia full of gray and gloom The path our fºist nmay tread, loAk up. traveler, l'here's blue sky overheadl I We journey to the right, And ,. o journey to the left, And strive to Ile tbe.treasuree Of which we amre bereft; When hope hat eaed to smile, And the heart I 1iled with dread Look up, traveler, There 's blue sky overhead I The shadows dark may lie All around us like a pall; And on and and somber seenee May our level glances fall; But above the things of earth Is Love's azure curtain spread; Look up, traveler, There's blue sky overhead! The summer d..ys go by With sweet memories in their train, The autumn days draw nigh, And the earth is drenched wiltgain; But when dear delights are past, And the joys of life seem fled, Look up. traveler, There's blue sky overhead! Thou gh underfoot the thorns And br...

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. — 7 February 1885

SCHOOL AND CHURCH. -Scholars are frequently to be met with who are ignorant of nothing save -Therir -st society for the exclusive purpose of circulating the Bible was organized in 1805. under the name of the British and Foreign Bible Society. -Miss Sarah F. Smiley has been licensed by Bishop Doane, of Albany, to read and explain the Scriptures "in such parishes as she is invited to teach in by the rectors."-Albany Journal. -The dome of St. Peters, at Rome, has been under repair for eleven years, and the work is only just finished. The whole of the vast cupola has been re covered with lead, chiefly given by pious Spaniards. -Many of the London street ears, which run on more than 400 routes and carry 75,000,000 people a year, have texts of Scripture neatly posted up in them, at an annual cost of $2.50 for each. This is the work of a London assoation formed for the purpose. -"We have seen it mentioned as a wonder by old Puritan writers," says Spurgeon, "that certain fish live in tfe ...

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. — 7 February 1885

lIbt qo:lfaf CLI;roanile. ___ _ ~Col Si'UI:D. Y. b'EHBR'AR 7. 1885 Ients -- - - "tt dal e,;sIC:iuT;r:.. , i.:J A Ylus, IS AaVASiL. hear. -- -- =pint i .J!E.CuaLd dAdrer.eJCMentM m.tt be patid f j in .,tr. .unr. es they trill be discontinueta 5' er ther itI ni4 -ion i feW Ii A(;ENTS. river Mtf. A. A. Goowtr. of t lexnntdris. i' i :, "-, ^'.t ',r *itvert iser elieti .ilti rn+- llint Ceivt ,Ktl.Cr,4ll . i1' AU. I 1.i,rsrut. ,I,""; ..u & lti, .. of Mon rt.; m .r_ . are r(,llr tithoriz' di agenllts. q-urt LO(CATL Ij)(T S. A * er 11 e Illn tii ut lketruar3 .ina t eIu- ly ty e:ght! 1av-finr of each kind. .rw _ went R'v. K. A. DsLis. will peach it, err Coiatz Saturday night (to-night) and ,..n tlitay not n aend night. watt IJ le ,iwi,(,,1 tlut,,ut I ofI the school feuds out ItI the taxes of 1884 State S Jeinte nleent Eiston reports that 'i of the anwutitt turned in thus f[i Grant parish has a credit of $711 82 who in its foad. hl. Two tl,irves iu petticoats have %ras male a sens:tti...

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. — 14 February 1885

THE OLFAX CHRON.IGLE ' Ahlmnocratic ot.rnal, bboktrb to focal anb 6tncral ctaos, ittraturt, Scientce, .griLulturt, ett. \O L. 1'll.1 COilAX. G(;IANT PAIRISI, LA., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 185. . I I i i I-. I -I . - a.. ... ] I . l lk. lr * JLFAX CHRONICLE, 4. t) 1. t i. (aW1 .,.\.13- aIIasY. AI -C3- abr - w rDI 'i taa PROP IEB). I .Ii I" ' u, o. J..i .;I / ".4j. . 'y " . U a....... 4... t, 1". '.'l u.U t ........... .. .. t .11ii 9I".Uiji.. i, 8ad'. ...t ice I: I iL' U .l Il ;:l.' . '\ ,. S *1 - , " . "ca, " 1v 5 r, , U " z ; s *9e a, :. I  i I. j t . j "" . .a..l 4"t.4 :. ! I. . .. ' ,. " .* 1' a. 4 ';," *F . I . d aI iA t a vert$aumenut $1 petr -pl. t *( t i ,m . d4 ) e lnts 1, r ll" - r ip-e t s lIr;Hf antmllm',iewNti a upon a .hjet , i. ntrl i,',1r.-at is' itrl. hilt tno attlnti, . -11 1.i paid to anoi illltnn u writles. A 1Ihrsa. ('llntila, MI . 'nifalx La 1'lli Il'J.i.ý`to . ..l, I :a I1 ,.i T. H. I1 luoru/t. W.. IL PkiarIlatus. Thorpe & Peterman, .flaerue ps of Law. ...

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. — 14 February 1885

THE tbCHRONItLE. COLFAX. - * * LOUISIANA. THE POET'S DIFFICULTY. t tA poor Poet, on one occasion having prom. r Ised a Pretty Girl to write an Otde to her, found that Iw already 4 t,'I o -mcih that the t subject wa(beyoili his 10w :l. nt di he Craw.- i Bshed after the following miainner: You ask me to write y)u a pworlr. DOh't you know you'f' n poem ymntt- " Which, tbing conipasrel wth Iny s'otTrt, Would appear as dioes china to delft i T¶i#('reator, who writes in the heavens His rerses with stars on the blue, Hal given his rhythm and music i To a world full of beauty, in you. Wh7 then should I write you a poem? H byy seed I to gil refined gold? s I mrilt, it is true, paint the rainbow, h But the colors, I fear, would be cold. You may think I am not acting fairly As thus I build Ilne upon line I can't write an ode to a poem, e You'll permit me thereforeto deeline. -Merchant Traveler. n 8TAGE-STRUCK. Spoooendyke's Cruel Criticism of His Wife' Eiastrionic Attempt. h v "My dear," sai...

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. — 14 February 1885

mWISCELLANEOUS. -"Evangelical Ba.e-Ball Club," is the garne to anorganization whickhJs worrying the life out of an Ohio town. -The school law is to be enforced in such a manner in Gridley. C('al., as to make boys attend school" or leave the town. -lea1 Francirco ',ill. S-Bean-hread is the chief food of the +g Indians in lndita Territory. It iscom posed olwpotfrrFed l.anli, nixed with watcr, and b:,ked over an open fire. -HBishop William 'Tas hr -avs that in Africa the native, have 'only two suits eachodirt and Iitnd that tou can toll a Christian alillir, because he wears a shirt. i --Howard Barne, poor. dissipated and sick, shot himsaf,/ in'tie woodl a near l'Inrlkee, Nevala, recently. ve d rears ago) Barn. ( Wias one of the wealthi est glamb!r es, sa"oclkeelers and sp ort ing eon in ladi iepol.Indianpolis )di~uaiaiaal ioA rhlndiaGapolis oh Journal, --Johne HusYberger, onf .Thar tCor ty, Kan., rei ort 'eat yifbldr o(ff wheat he from a snall quantity fof seed. from ii one andi o-ll...

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. — 14 February 1885

~t Etf u rmngtu i,,teD. S rOIPU ., FEIBUDARY 14.1 BeI . I. ..- o __ ss ti * AdPWO MO U aunt D w- " toituen 1w ..drms , or Me ras . Y-f'r' si to iw lt spablisbe MO pert, for U1 Mme &.L Oa.. aoIT.of . ,rmiS. I" up sg ut"f t fireCtrs > ' Uacbart MM esajia te ofrti est a ts- aerrp bor sor. s aem se arbtid * u eee r nt LOCAL DOTS. .e.y phat Ma's teang hnoge. anmPabied irpunrter, by lar. N.. MO.. Neelv ft for Sbiae Iis ia t SIrta W *.dli7 ens., ou a mas Oswia Wmlkvr, sister to 6ar .." . -rar cstrk of lb warts was atelot for W marre to Mr. 8. T. Cdsata a re- ..a, be to deut New Oertas tbaite 94u E- Y* .al f fyes e b* vare ofurmr., t W JIl Vin to shats ham .tris ort i0 raue s8' hanties gem4 Le. i. 1. i~iray, a ew oome-r fee her it _ _ _agib__es__ dd an the gad *sta s o wbI on t way r _ eatts - with a jlea thr. red estr!ý Timste all be wage ied byt a y , W. .atters *o s TuSt * ni a larp lf aia bel daos bar the Town Tk of to ag aiL es.. , Sa.tslema w .*mpli. t Pe, Ti r. e glae...

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. — 21 February 1885

THE CO LAX CHRONICLE. p Fcnmcratic journal, btbottb to Total anb 6cntral j[cs, ritcrature, Sticnct, griculturt, ftr. VOL. Vill. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1885. O. m I. - I. . ..... . - THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Colia c, Czr.tzit P ~z i.t.h. La.. I3. a.. Q0 tO) W3' , }D! fOR au'r PRO'IIET94. 11,.a -d.o (I. tS( 6l.s& 1,II I12m. Outt toja.,, . ila Y. r . .......... .,t. ("I' 1U . ul. bit o..., .............. :L DIY ctaj.u,, .. "me ilr ..usa ....... 7 41) A'u a&bic l.iarlhaliy 1,, Mdvr.4Lc. IaaIA lt8UP, Al) El:2l I'Y1tG. rita' iiie'li .I i I ilaibla pr .1 " 4I~eJ. A.. . , b. :ll 1 "IY... I. 1 ! J f . 1 JIB 1"1 7. A I~l-! I 1 "C.U... t J U i.i ij .U 7 J t) i j 6.tVi 3mmmuJ. 1.1,t","ý WIuU t 74i u'I *Jimto dmant . t.I ".. Iy u t, J .1.f. i )( .w t J:11 1 ..h ."+u " .,U 1 a Ii . A,º t, t 4D~wI:,.) i . gt a&yivct. emueut 41 Lt ---ql,.e f"". *vet mai.rti a . .r. cd -ubalmqi mt publicim 11,4.(0 routisIict 111 *l.nt " 1trcf ccrntrn'iciienti"ýnr nilrbO a'lljret. ...

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. — 21 February 1885

THE C RONICLE. COLFAX. - * * LOUISIANA. I. Suppose that every wind and breezo That lightly blows and rustles by Should only whisper through the trees: Suppose the sea, the flashing sea, One sound alone should carry nigh The shore, and It should e er be: 1. Suppose the happy, flitting birds, That warble 'neath the sunny sky. Should sing could they indulge in words) 1. Suppose the fragrant, lovely flowers Should wear a line of beauteous dye, And on each petal we could read: 1. Suppose the silvery, summer rain, Feeding the springs and streamnlets dry Should have this musical (?) refrain: 1. Suppose the cricket by the hearth. Whose ehlrpings wintry storms defy. One note of cheer should give the earth 1. Suppose the thunder's hollow rar And crash, in empyrean high, Should have this echo, and no more: I. Suppose Niagara, clothed in mist And pride of glorious majesty, Should utter always, has we list: The brilliant stars pursue their way, The sun its beams does not deny, They fill their ...

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. — 21 February 1885

HOME AND FARM. --Cover plants with a news paper be fore sweeping. Also put a little am monia upon them once a week. --Hemorrhages of the lun~s or stomach may be quickly stopped b; small doses of salt or h:;lf-teaspoonfl i doses of powdered charcoal every half hour.- Toledo Blade. -To feed potatoes, carrots, beets or parsnips to horses, cut them into .li(ec not more than an inch thick and sprinkle them liberally with bran, to which a little salt has been added.--Prairie 1 Farmer. --Fodder that is properly saved and I fed in combination with clover hay and c grain is of equal value with timothy t has by weight, says Prof. Sanborn: but such foddher is very different from that which i (', exposed to frost and bleaching r rains.--Troy Tins. t -Apple Johnny (Cake: Take one t pint of white Indian menal, two table- s spoonfuls of sugar, a half teasponful r each of salt and soda, one tea-poonfull of cream tartar, milk enough to mix v quite soft, and three aplples, lared and f sliced. Mix In ...

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. — 21 February 1885

\- i r .A L- . , e l t .l,. . .lto , :,,, t. i .. t l r. "s a ;I ,:..(Y i:**,l a tr i. , rtA Mt anit t ait.do a -.r. I & fj-. ' Mojtt l rLE LOCAL ,. ('TS. Mlast TA. uraooy for C.i.' r..anr Li. Ir. R. t lc k ua g1 t is -i. ag tO'le Fell rid e, t r-.,'t f  ' .Llv,[ , tie+rrt( i te rD ,n r "'- e n ivroof put on the house truery use Mer.U. W. H17 % o1 f Mout.ngomer' Ten Le been employed by Mr. J. C Wickliffe to tiih buling hs dwell- Wt ltast T bu r i av for C ane- r v..r. Li. fr.. $ bJc-w lit is i--,:,ari ane Fel of pap our b4 n-. started at iLbsland Tez M Mir. Thus. Jv. Haur a, late of thmer h Mr. W.been employed by Mr. J.ot a C I Wickliflfe to finish bntltlug his dwwll inj houe at %Virklxud. The iei,,ili" New Itl t the name of :1 paper jnt.t .tarl, at, (fibbtlaunilTer by Mr. Thie. J. Manghamw, late of thl RU fl- lnk l Bt+Je.,.n. rt Mlr. tu. i). IrwIln Las( taken, out a In batcbei's license for the town of Ctitax for one Jear. See his notic Tez is tnother column. A Mr. C. A ....

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. — 28 February 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. A tmorntic journal, bebotcb to oeal anb 6eneral etus, titeraturr, Stimrc, grirulturt, 'i. OL. VIII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1885. NO. 16. ------n -nn-.. . ... .. i-- u- n-- - nm u '1'dE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Pub11-lied livery ýatnrlrciay. at -fly- U, G. JI:> WYN rDfrn)R ani PROPRIwrv. %.:1/. ) Ur gj,(''P/,"1 -- - - - - - - ~ii -illia·ijjo~ ilatiaii .u cd UI OF) (t' .11'11 ; TI. L\ G. iii., IlC l "u. , ,rt " * 'a ~ i d, iiI I, iiji,~ u' 1 t . "d e t. 1' ..,a .f "'a ~ I I d ies. _ i g ,,"1 l e v Pieit ii IIi iii a. oaarrq t f L .igi.is. 11< t. " n mil~lvei ctt wt,,* llt ý N~l . ý1 ,l 1"" 1' rt ,i i ,. g t i ,t . c eii Jitti U-.. tt ii -iii. 4.- . A.- Wit K-y Attorney and Counellrs atw lion : 0 e,"nt o wr trii re. (OIkAX, LA. O)ffie at (Joui-t I~ou~e. Wtill rclicnt i t -C III i lt- 4. piiorte . aii . !i t W~n.l nrrM11'4, 'F.l V L J int, NI. Ptr i., wIlOl MGO~itly.......... t", l l IirrANA Sic T. H. '1 t1. I,Nt:. . if }'}.h 1:1, ; "1 tt...

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. — 28 February 1885

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - - . LOUTITA'` MY KNIGHT. In days of old the warrrior knight To totl rev rode alihld In hrav7n gravtes and cor'ol't light. With sword ai'l h n tlllnd shield; Hls tru-ty lancel in re(st he bore. And favor of his lady wore. High courage on the batl le plain, In tilt and loyal quest, Hatred of fear and scorn of pain ills valiant soul possessed; Dying he only wished to feel A foeman worthy of his steel. Be thine such royal meed to gain As knighthood never knew, Such lofty purpose to attain, Such noble quest pursue, While armed hosts in dread array And ambusheu foes beset thy way. Be strol of heart, of purpose strong, As spurred and armored knight, Be brave to fight against the wrong, And loyal to the right, And nobler triumphs thine shall be Than ever knight's of chivalry. Let Vice throughout her broad domain Before thy prowess flee, And Virtue with her modest train A champion find in thee, And heart and arm and brain be strong To help the weak and right the wro...

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. — 28 February 1885

ms'TSORc Cli fl A Uled's-Bye T.ew eE some of the Cites A Famoes la Story and Song. Alexandria Bits demurely by the sea, an Oriental maiden attracted to the v sandy shore of the Mediteranean to barter her spices, silks, mats, with infi ,,el, concluding to remain there and wander no more. Jaffa lifts up her heal from a rocky clift, and with one hand salutes the' Mediterranean, and with the other wel elnes the caravans from Damascus and Jerualmin. .Jertsalem is still the child n of faith, dwelling where little grows, d where there is naturally little trade, or c'ommerce. or manufacturing; drawing i her supplies mysteriously from the rocks and the -skies; vet different races, differ ent relioiop,4, different civilizations be- ` lieve in'-i'·r and huddle together about I ber, a-.vaiting something that does not t 'pp` ar. h .Jernialem, sitting alone on the rocky side of Judea, is the sublime child odA faith, comining of faith in the past, look ing forward to the future by faith. r l):ania...

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. — 28 February 1885

,. 'i: ~. . FEL'itUARY 28. 18t5 "C I, w.LUrP ).MI. i.:U A YEARA IN ,DOAnMC rj'./,' .u :al .ler'icmesles msnalt be pa'id ft I,~ o.. .. !, tdh sa i iscoaissned i, .er .he lirst ºuvrrh o O At; ENI'S. ill.. t. A. o4flo)wltv. of AIexandria. is sia ti t.I hi .ri"-l ., tl il the( I('Ill. NICLE,i A' ai 1 ,' t t. l tt fr ;,elve ati inte:ents and re N~ ý"y. ,ttf ` & Idre,.. of Montto-m err e,. ouir unthori 7d agents. Ic()'.1I. 1)01TS. Fil lon,lit staple )Ozier ctittnlll seed go to S. l. . Nenºlan, Royce. See his ad vt'nr : elad'- f urt lt irpm rticnlars. The pres andl nmlalels ial of Tile Peo ple is fil sale cheatl flr cnsh, or easy terms on credit. For particulars in q;,..e at tli 4,:rice. The gilnl hilrled lon tile Goodwin & G-o:lwyl place, referred to last week as a,.vned by TLev.mith,. was the prop city of Mr. A. A. Gowhivin. Mr. G. W. Stevens, one of the par tici;laurt in the Colfax fight, now a ri,,dt-unt of Texas,. has spent thie past f..w days on at visit to our town. l'eo...

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. — 7 March 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. VOL tcmrIrati journal, bcbotrb to rcal anb Atr al sTebs, Mitratnrh, tricure, $griniture, 1tc. VOL. VII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISII, LA, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1885. INO. 17 'nE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Publil.he Evoery atuildaýy, at Cola ., ratit P:.trish, L.a.. -IIY- --. cG. C3-OO D0 0:W Y IT, EDITOR and PROP ;IETOR. IEIeMS Ol $01I .(. 1 PII'O.V. Our ctopy. oe yur. ...... .......1 ;:. (n1er toi.,, ta 4o0 4,i,, ................ ; bix Colt.u . od %ear .......... ...... 7 :) t'r)aLle il\ al iaIy i't advl.Ince. I'.I7ES OF Adl EI ;1SI.G. i'lls il leeli . JI ni x ,11.ll ."bt- p1, r .e l'AL.*. t. i.. M-z a. .5 . b.4 . 5 - . *o ll. . r J u 9 U J U ' .t i : ,1 It IIo. -a "t' I U 4 7 1. 1. J I :. ".:" .Di u.. 'I i 3 1 " U . u1 i j I . 1 1Ji t e,,lin 1 14 : ,I n 1 I .f;l.;  : "t1.^ - * Ul .) 2.) 1., t t l., , I,ý, 1 U s r 1 hteietinl lstt 1 lies -1l ,e f, , i first i n-ertl. It: .," ch -ila eql) uell t plublioI - tioni, rO eciist peir .Uli re. lrief .n num't i c'ti tea itpon enlij...

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. — 7 March 1885

TIlE CHRONICLE. COLFX. LOUITSIAN' EN MASQUE. 'was at the masquerade we met;' A trembling cloud of tleecy lace Feoil 'round a form of fairy 'ruae, And diamonds bound her hair of jet. Emboldened by the mask T woro l plead of her a single dane : Viet'ry crowned my tbold advaune; I proudly led her to the floor. I lolged to see her hidden face, And as her lithesomel form I held. My heart with wild emotions swelled, I asked her to her mask displace. She lifted up her queenly head; With Jeweled hand her mask she raised; I stood and looked, abashed, amazed, I saw it was--nm brother Fred! --T. Holmes.in Curent. MAJOR JOHN BRINDON. The Herolo Manner in Which Ho Won His Bride. CHAPTER I. Major John Brindon, member of the Arkansas Historical Society, was re quested to read a paper relative to the days of the code within the memory of men now living. The Major cheerfully responded in the following: Arkansas had been a State some ten years when I became one of her citi zens. I was a very ambitio...

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. — 7 March 1885

WILLFULLY DUMB. Over Twenty Yearn n a Alamshouse ran speakfg BuS Twice. In that very unromatic spot, the Port. land poor-house, there is a man who may be of the blood of the pair describe d by Scott: There is a man In Drvburg bower Ne'er looks upon the sun; There Is a monk In Melrose tower, He speaketh word to none. Of this strange man the Portlana directory for the years 1858-9 gave the following name and description: "John L. Attchison, -No. 181 Middle Street, boards at the Elm House." At that time he was in the dry goods line, in company with his brother. lie was a young man of great promise, "quick and successful in business." as one do seribed him: and was also a tine scholar, ipas.ionately fond of reading, and a great book-collector, lie never mar ried or set up an establishment of his own. but had some roomus at the Elm house, where he was a favorite boarder. Life seemed to be bright and full of promise. when, suddlenly-, there came a great change. The keen man of huni ines ...

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. — 7 March 1885

C4 oifa f Q4tjrnide. 8Yit L'UiAY, MARCH 7, 1885. UCln.ItAr tION. 5l.3) A Y a, IN A)uVASCL t 'Jsdoieu Adrerieeº,srt. suent hbe paid fo- in adruncc. or they will be dieooliased ,l'er the jrt lHletiotM. AiiENT'. uIu. A. A. loonDwIN. -f Alexandria. i, si a lutorix ... ag· tit o the t'lll: ,Cl(OLE,snd will ,u tr I t f, r varlvertisel ient5 and re. enive l; ublic , ip io( . M.eersr. 4c(C\iL & R& .. nf Mountoom ery. at,r our athorized agelnti. LOCAL DOTS. Come up and pay your taxes and save costs. The peach trees are bloomirng and corn plauting and gardeuing is becom ang general. Miss O. K. Chelet, of New Orleans. commenced a private school in Colfax last Monday. Judge W. F. Black man is in town, and will to-day hold the preliminary trial of the negro now in jail on the chbrge of rape. Several interesting items from ward 7 were teceived too late for this issue. We shall be pleased to have the sender add more to them for next week. Vitality of Great Mun s .I not always innate or b...

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