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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 18 April 1885

SIE 'COLFAX CHRONICLE. . 9rmorratir Journal, heboteh to Xata1 anb ntncral f[cns, littrature, Stiernr, .grimliturt, etc. VOL. VIII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1885. INO. 23. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Collax, Grant PaisLh, La., -BY -. G. GOODWY"T," EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 2'T4tMS OF 8LUBSCRIPTION. Oue copy, one year .............. 1 50 One copy, sil months............... 75 bix coplie, one year .............. 7 "50 kayable invariably in advance. R.I TFS OF AD Ell:TISINJG. Irir.s inserti clhargel double pr 5e PAc . It. I1f. m. . m. I r. 1 inch... I 1 S 2 3 oo s WJ 11 2 iuohes. 1 tI (0 375 5 9 51,15 7. 3 aches. II 3 00U 7 1 50 (l:+ 23 50 4 inches. 20 31 6 2, 8 7t15 lU 25 25 6inches. 2 50I 4 5I 7 01uo 4I 16 so 30 00 I colhml,4 5+) 8 , 2017 501305 52 k 'crh n 4 111s5 IN 25 oN . Uo ) 0 )0 1 A.m -r dvertleeient..$1 per square for first insertion : each snbseluent publica tion 50 cent' per square. Brief communications upon subjects o public inter...

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. — 18 April 1885

THE CHRONICLE. or COLFAX, - - . . LOUISIANA. cl at A COLLISION. sil Only a youtil-lilt he lod out I tere In spite of thel winll and the ill ting air That stung like a i chct lnal util like a knife- h And he really appiaret Ia thing iot . 1l Only a whfitle-loud anid shrill Which Wa' execuc'ted with a will And seemetl to exhausr the oxygen Whkh that gentle youth had stored within. pt Onl a window-o.vericeadI- p Which opened famt and expoedt a head gi That was banged in front and curled behind. CC Ae ;f to confine its ownerls mind. Only a girl--tlt slhe lipped betlow ii To pass with the yolluth an hour or so, St And list to the words of a love intense And some gush, if it so pleased Providence. 01 Only a boot-of dimlensiron fair, at Hut It made that sweet youth soear in atir And youth, and cane, and a pomade sen p Laid there in one sad ruin blent. BULL FIGHT IN MEXICO. th St How the Brutal Sport is OfBoially th Conducted. eC Two Broken Down, Blindfolded Horses and One Ball Slaughtered...

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. — 18 April 1885

PURSUED BY CANNIBALS. A Remarkable Story of Adventure In New Guinea. The London Standard prints a letter containing a plant-hunter's account of his stewardship in New Guinea. He was one of a party of six sent out by the proprietors of a Melbourne newspaper to explore the interior of the great island. "In our little schooner," he says, "we went up a very large river, one or two miles wide; the Captain would not let us land, as he wished to explore the river first. This main river turned out to be an estuary, though not known before. From it we went up a new river which was called the Svme, for many miles, passing several mouths of other rivers, all new to white men, and which were duly named. We were anxiously looking out for natives or their villages, but saw none. All the way up for mnle this Syme was affected by the tides, but when receding we had to use all our strength to tight against the Ipowerful current to get upward. The naturalist and I were often anxious to get on shore: ...

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. — 18 April 1885

LbC L(Lotf l)Urontite. forta thee - 1"IC:'D \¥, AP111, 18. 585. blue irnant (one ., : ., T'tll"Xlo. -1.:,U  A Y , t. A uvhuv.tice. ! .irll;cl .lrl'rlpimnfrnt musr t be paid I io" r mirJir'. l I,,, tI y ill b. discoliu into I the h AGENTS. ctb 11e. A. A. (;%iopwIN. of Alexandria. i I t ni 'l, tIiiriz 1t 1 sg, ,t the(illtriNICl.., aUI all to witll .rlmr. Lt f,'r atd vortisIiientl atllt re- I hear ,.iv, tll,'cri1l io, n. by le Me-,. .c(:'l. & fluo., of Montgo n- at an I. :Ir i r olur tlhoriz''l agtCnts. to A , ,]()OTS. . laws District court Tuesday. May 5th. I)r. loil Mrs. Deal expect to move into, their ne-w hon.e near Fairmonnt Twel within a molnthl or six weeks. We understand that Mr. A. F. Sim moin has sent in his resignation as B$ poistnnester, and that in a few weeks f., ii hi place will be filled by another. and front Depnty Sheriff J. M. tRhorer, Jr., o C who went to the city with a party of friends last Sunday, returned yester- the fl hl:y. lie says all bands had a 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. — 25 April 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. A emocratic ~ournal, bebateh to otal anb teneral f~eos, 'iterature, iuenrt, Agrixulture, etc. VOL. VIII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1885. INO. 24. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Coltax, Grant Par'ish, La., -BY ---su- C- 3. COODWY-N, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. I ERMS OF SUBBCBIPTION. One copy, one year................. 61 50 One copy, six months ..............75 Six coi,ies, one year .... .... 7 "5O Payable invariably in advance. BA TE8 OF AD VERTISING. First. lserti . chargeI double pr 6e . It. 3l m. 3-  b 1 r. I ..ch... I " 1 0 00 .9 00 00 2 inches. Ii ' 2 2.3 75 5 25 9 50 15 7. 3 idches. 1 5 3 00 5 O 7 5 12 O 23 50 4 inches. 2 U 31 65 E 75 15 05 25 25 _ inches. 2 50 4 &' 7 0O1o 00 16 50 130 W0 Scolmnl 4 508 00 250 17 305 52 (t 2 'n' 0015 i25 0 0080 00 3 t l wls entt.4$1 per square fo r first t nsertion; each anbeequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon subjects o public interest solicited...

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. — 25 April 1885

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - . * LOUISIANA GIVEN AND TAKEN. Smoothlng soft the nestling heal lof a mnaidl fancy-led. Thus the grave-eyed woman said: "Richest gifts are those we make, Dearer than the love we take That we give for love's o% n sake. "Well I know the heart's unrest: Mine has been the common quest To be loved and therefore blest. 'Favors undeserved were mine; At Iny feet as on a shrine Love has laid its gifts divine. "Sweet the offerings seemed, and yet With their sweetness came regret, And a sense of unpaid debt. "Heart of mine unsatisfied, Was it vanity or pride That a deeper joy denied? "Hands that ope but to receive, Empty close; they only live Richly who can richly give. "Still," she sighed, with moistening eyes, "Love is sweet in any guise; But its best is sacrifice! "He who, giving, does not crave, Likest is to Him who gave Life itself the loved to save. "Love that self-forgetful gives 1Sows surprise of ripened sheaves, Late or soon its own receives." -John OGresnleaf...

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. — 25 April 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -The wife of Lieutenant Greelv ex cites the eving admiration of her friends h dlsplaying on her parlor floor a large 'ttg of seal fur, a relic of her husbend's Arctic life. - Philadclpihia -Girl grape-pickers in the ('aliforni.. vineyards are tempting Providence bt putting their names and addresses in the boxes which are shipped East. Their idea is doubtless to catch a husband. San Francisco Chroneicle. -W-.omen in Paraguay have x ectlh the same rights as men. They farm, manufacture, buy, sell. and. in fact, do all the work. Paraguay has a popula tion of 38),000, of which 270,,sKJ are women and 30,000t are men. -The Portland Orcqonian says: "The vote of Washington Territory was about 42,0(0). of which number the women contributed perhaps one-third. It was found a mistake to say that women would not vote. Very Iew omitted to ado so." - A lecturer said to a Boston audi 'ence that he "was surprised to observe that New Englanders were ralidly rapidly growing obese;" 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. — 25 April 1885

hc& &ol t &bronrlcl. , U\ I UDAY. APItL 25. 1> 8 i - 'ii 'TlZ.J. I -- :. IjAit. IN .' 'VA t :.. [ ' d-./l.do t .Itd' rr''., eets 5,,t1 t be pad i for o, ,dh't, , */,, will bN Jewo,:in,,r iaJcr th,, Jfr.it , Itow ALkEN ir. Ma. A. A. G,ot ,,wsx, of Al,.landl ia. I' Int auitti ii , , gI t ",f th( 'II :: S NI ''I.,an:tl wails -ontract fr :: i, 1 jti-i mentt an,! re. Me-srn,. McC u N AC li'( . ,of onollt' iii erf. are o t auth.,lI' ' it -. LOCAL I'')TN. Dr. LDianu is snugly tixed in a u,.at oflice on Mr. McKn zghr's lot, frontinn the court house snj}lrn. Mr J. 13 Tucker went t.owi on tot Whisper on WVednesday, 1.nl1 wil take a week in the city to see thu, sights. District Attorney Wickliffe was lately enlightened by a Rapides darkey as to what a "half-muley" cow was. He explained that it was a cow that had one horn knock-d off. .. .. .---. -- - We would be glad to have our Montgomery gatherer of dots send in another lot at an early day. his favors are appreciated by ou...

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. — 2 May 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. ' lcmocratic ~ournal, bebnteb to Tocal a b Gneral ctuFs, giterature, Seience, igricnlture, Etc. VOL. VIII.t COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1885. INO. 25. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, l'i 'I'it ed Every Saturday, at (.'4,11:;x, <;l-nllt Parish, L, Iý., -BY H- C1. OODWyN EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 1 F1:3f U1 ' SC'llSCltlll''Joo . ýThe CopyO, '3ke year.................$ 150 IS/ ('(.l)', si m t11 biltlr.............. . 75 Pa'yable illvtaiably in advance. 11.-I1I'ES ~f· .II'I~ERTISIY(;. I0 "?r 4, trtir j cllat r.el double pr "e rAC-. It. 1"I. :3 bm. 1 r. l loch._. 50l 1 :)4 20 3 uo -9 JO 00it 2 in( t&~.,. " 0.' 2 2 'L 7:i5 25 9 50 5 7. $t ItlCbey.s j l ) 1 0 )to 7 5U 12.3 (2 50 4 ittcL.s. 1 I0i u S. G)Q-,4 7F 15LM 25 25 3,1 ;, 14, 25017 5tt3 520 , l il . ^ un' 1:, 4o , Ott U W 5 l1 U till 11 112 - ad errl,,cn-teil t.$ per stqure for t r.t I ns.rtio(l ,; cuh Roubsi'4uent publica Iltie~f ,'otuutaletitetti m upon subjecti ( "n1 lj int tri iI it, Irjlted, butt ...

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. — 2 May 1885

THE CHRONICLE. a S--- -- It * t (COLFAX. - LOUISIANA. b 0 PEACE. ti Close the eyelids, fold the hahds, She is dead; she understands S All the charm of this release- - 8he has peace! See it written on her face. O, what meaning!: (, what grace Of repose the change has given! She has heaven! 0 How she dreamed about it here! 0 Planned for those she left, so dear, b And with steadfast, earnest eyes t Scanned the skies. Somewhere in the azure fields, Studied by the starry shields oft the worlds that burn and roll, 0 Is the goal Of her hope and ours, and now Ii That which dwelt behind this brow. a On ethereal wings has risen From time a prison. t Never more a pang will dart Through white breast and patient heart. Every grief and care at last Is o'erpast. I She has entered the pearl gate Where delightsome things await All the good and pure, yet deep Seems her sleep. Close her eyelids, told her hands: t Smooth her hair to satin bands, Soon our care of her will cease- - She has peace! O'er he...

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. — 2 May 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -There have been 78,576,724 acres of land granted in the interest of educa tion.- Washington Post. -They charge a quarter to witness a marriage ceremony at Larnmed. Nearly $2. in money was taken in at the door at a recent marriage at that place for the benefit of the groom.-Atchison (gas.) Champion. -If this issue is a day late you may blame the weather. The editor man aged;to get to the office Monday and nesday by walking the fences, and, the remainder of the crew being female help, we have been chasing type about their respective boxes, with no help except a sore finger. But here's the Telephone; take it for what it is worth. -Canton (Me.) Telephone. -When a Michigan girl makes up her mind to get married she's going to get there, no matter who opposes. Recent ly one of these ladies grew tired of the monotony of single life and she went unattended to the most dismal part of dismal Dakota, there met and loved a man and married him before he discov ered his danger.-Det...

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. — 2 May 1885

.Ec e.lf.r . . ronlitic. S'A It .1)AY, MAY 2. 1t. " rrJ'.dicial .1drrtisienr ts mi4,t be paid for ine adr , ay, or t hey a ill Ib drK'ontinue'd after tier fir ,,t s x rrtion. AlGENTS. I 1Mn. A. 4. GfloorwiN, of Alexandlria. is anl anthori zed agent it the CII "S iC.E, ld 1l will contract fir advertisemlcts |land rne (e'ive subscriptionis. Messrs. McCAIN & BRo.. of MIotgo nt cry, are our authorized agents. I.()CAL I) OTS. Every fool likes his bauble. Saying well canuses a laugh; doing t well produces silence. He knows enough who knows how to live and keep his own counsel. t Messrs. G. W. Hickman and L. B. I Price, of Fairmount, left by the Texas a Pacfie railroad last Tuesday for New F Orleans, to be present at the Expo sition on Louisiana day. May Day was celebrated by the Colfax school children with a pic-nic at Cuney's point, topped off with a dance in the court house at night, under the supervision of the Social Club. c Our people are all in fine spirits t over "the good time...

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. — 9 May 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S19ememratic ~murnal, btbotec to Ceaal anub 6etral detos, fiteraturt, Seience, gritultre, etc. VOL. VIII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1885. INO. 26. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Publish led Ever3 aturday, at Coltax, (il.anlt Parish, La., -BY .- CI G1 OODDWYN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 12ERlM OF  CBSCIT1J'1'I0S. OutI copy, one year................. $1 50 idle colpy, nix months............... 75 bix col,.es, one year ............... 7 50 t'ayable illva iably in advance. RA' TES OF AID;'ERTISING. First inserti charg.ed double pr ae PAcr . It. 1-i. i2w. :. b tm 1 r. S.ii ch.. " I' 13 l' 2 040 3 00 (i00 9 00) Sinches. i o 2 .. 751 5 2 9 15)i 7. 4 iuche.. 2 " J!' ; 7." 13i O(J .5 25 5 i,,chltl . 2 50 4 :1 7? 10,li 0, t; 50 :t 00 Scoliiuhi4 f5 2.  17 50u30 5 52 t ' u 1 o 015, 1 (0 25 ,J 00 0.) 0 11 t , ( 0 t-7 r1 advertisement..$1 per square fo r first I nSertionl; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per sqluare. Brief conlninnieatio-ns upon snbjects o l...

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. — 9 May 1885

TIE CHR()N IICE. (OLFAX. - LOUIsl.\ A. NAN'S WHITE WORLD. At our window on the hill. tmet'mes talking. sometimes still, Sat my little girl and I. Looking on the wintry sky; While the breath of frosty air Swung the mapliets brown alnd har(, And across the valley rolled All the moonlight's wealt hof gold, Touching with a wondrous glow Hill and valley clad in snow. Winters t wo and summers three, Wise 6 banty could not be. So she whispered there that night: What makes all the world so white? tOf the moonlights and the cold Anti the snowy workl I told: Now the world seems white to you. Little Nan with heart so true. And the rays of wonder throw Only glory on the snow. Yet, beyond those mountains tall Long black slhadlows eastward fall, When my darlng lies asleep O'er the world those shadows creep. Soon enough the gold is lost In the shadow and the frost. But your father's arms divide Warmth within from cold outside. Long we can not linger still At our window on the hill; For your baby f...

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. — 9 May 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -The welcome announcement is made that paper cigarettes are going out of fashion.--N. Y. Hun. -There was an interval of nearly four years between the last two mar riages in Haverhill, N. H. -There are in ('alifornia 13(1,000) acres of vines, valued at *71,(014). The wine product of 1884 is estimated at 15,000,000 gallons. -A Kentucky paper announces the death of four head of cattle front eat ing tobacco. ('hewers should take warning.--Chicago Intr (OC, n. -There could not be a greater error than to suppose that art was the luxury of the rich, or that it was intended for the amusement of an idle hour.-J. F White, in Sludio. -Massachusetts now pays its Gov ernor $5.,4n) a year. The salary was reduce to *4,(M) in 1879, but restored last year, to take effect with the begin ning of this year.--lloston Journal. -A gateman on the New York ele vated roads receives $1.25 a day, which is increased after he has been in the service a year. The highest wages he can ever hope to ...

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 May 1885

.be Qolfa 8brnnitlk. St l'UI:)DAY, MAY U. 1885. ing - -"_ -- ~will MIl:'tidI'PT1N. ;1.5U A Ya.L, IN AIuVAS.(' I bids time I- .lUdDc u, .'lret,iise~tn'ts mast be parid 1 for in adrawnc, o, th'y trill be discontinued Jpcer the jIrst ie;rtion. Bo -- - Hn AGENTS. ios Mu. A. A. G(oot)wiN. of Alexandria, is f an authorized agent of the(Citc-sNI(LI,aIt  . ` will contract for advertisements and re- C. ceive unbscriptions. C, A McIosr,. .iMC.C & Rao.. of Mont0o (U ery, are our authorized agents. the -- - the LOC AL I T S. C. D. . _ ------------~- G. ('. I. T'urner, Pineville, is booming. i ja. w. J. Every one knows best where the Farn shoe pinches him. The Colfax base ball club will meet A at the court house to-night, for the relin purpose of organizing for the summer. pOl A big stock of goods, but small in mat prices, is kind of boom B. Turner, at Sug Pineville, is running. Satisfaction is por guaranteed in prices and quality. wh< Mrs. Mary 1. Grow has received the her commission ...

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 May 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. -ttmarratic aornal, bebateb to fatal anb 6tncral etos, literatnre, Stiente, Agranitunr, tc. VOL. VIII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1885. INO. 27. . . . .. . . . I ] '1HE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Coltax, Grant Parish, La., --BY- HC- . i- GI.OODW - , EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 'ERMM.V OF SUB8CRIPTION. One copy, one year .............$1 50 One copy, eix anontha .............. 75 ?iix coles, one year ..--........... 750 'ayable invariably in advance. IRATES OF ADVfERTISBIG. First iuaerti .. charlre double pr-se PC-. It. 11. 1m. 3 . r. I inch... 50 1 2 00 3 .I00 y 00 2 inches. a l 2. 3 75 25 9 50 15 7. 3 Soches 1 0 3 001 5 7 50 12 ( 23 50 4 inches. 20o 31 6 2i5 75 15a 5 25 6iuotes. 2 50 44 5 7 (r10 o lti 50 :30 00 Scolumn, 14 50 W 25U 17 501305 52 ( S o 15 00 0 00 0 0U o -b t' advertaement..$1 per square o r first nsertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief conmmunications upon subjects o public interest ...

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 May 1885

THE CHRONICLE. ('OLFAX. - L( )U ISIANA. NOBODY REALLY CARES. If you've anything to grieve you, And fill your heart with fears., If Poverty bides near you, And your days are dimmed by tears, If you find with soul despairing No answer to your prayers. Don't say a word about it, for Nobody really cares. If health and strength forsake you, And pain and slknoose bring A gloom that clouds the sunshineabla And shadows everything, If you feel that lot so weary But seldom mortal bears, Don't say a word about it, for Nobody really cares. This world is fond of pleasure, And, take it at its best, 'Tis sadly bored unless you Meet It with smile and jest: It yawns o'er Want's complainlngs, At Sorrow coldly stares, So never tell your troubles, for Nobody really caresa. --Jlargcrt ytinge, in Harper's Weekly. IN HASTE. An Important Letter, Three Bro ken Eggs and a Telegram. It was when postage stamps were three cents apiece, and eggs twelve and and a half cents a dozen, that Mr. Huggins, the proprie...

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 May 1885

EXCITEMENT UNABATED. M Remarkae >perlsee of a Rock ester PIhe a Ftally Authenticated. Cleveian (0.) Herald.) 'Yesterday and day before we copied into our columns from the Rochester (N. Y.) De soat and Chronicle, a remarkable statement made by J. B. Henion, M. D., a gentleman who is well known in this city. In that article Dr. Henion recounted a wonderful experience which befell him, and the next day we published from the same paper a second article, giving an ac count of the "Excitement in Rochester," caused by Dr. Henion's statement. It is doubtful if any two articles were ever pub lished which caused greater commotion both among professional people and lay* Since the publication of these two arti cles, having been oesieged with letters of inquiry, we sent a 'romunication to Dr. Henion and also one to H. H. Warner & I Co., asking if any additional proof could I be given to us as to the validity of the ) statements published. In answer thereto we have received the following l...

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 May 1885

!3bc olfaf Qtlronicle. s.  Ult )AY, MAY 16 15. Toi 'Tn . A. A. iNo r1. A L.i, IN Aia. 1th..' r .!ur ,, t .IUtI ' 'i an'E if + ah - be paid .iJIIr thilt Jtiad, a u.,:11,1 pat tile foar ta.h MCas k ill be Ihld at fMoant- weaa --- - - t----- D n arlhorizod atent of tour yog I pB.'le, will !CAtlt cnt Lfrtatu rtut,e and t we pe. MrBy some rut lrke}., of our pttm n- ' hop Ther or Ae arty onfof p ere by te foi fairl tlriders, k tll te held at Mont- we g u a'rv (,u the :3,1 S:Ibbatb in Juno. 1lti A nfni,,l t of our young people itt weBlackt Croeek liet eveuing to atted dir wrom Cathetia at( I'antli t, ant d we P dopat not lhaft a o(r time. t in emery o By some miastke of our pastmas- op ter or swapping of ponuches by the mail riders, the Miontgomery and tll Black Creek neiils wtr thet to their rt wrong destinartio last Saturday.t Ir Mrs. Lou Caila illa ha.1i been a guest at Dr. Dorn's house for to days past, and left for her home in Mont-are gomery on Tabrseday, neither aried by Mrs. Dn...

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