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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 October 1885

Abe 1 olfar tbronicle. SA t'L'tCU)AY, OCT. 3, 1885. S1 1:' TI' N, i.L.O A MkAL., IN AIuVAe i. -a . ,, tr nal - dll drrr'i). et,, mur t i be palid for I, adrcia-c' or they will be dii con1inred a tl tr l , lirs.,l in. ertio n , AGENT'S. MR. A. A. (GoorwrIN, of Alexandria, is an alt!ihoriz.vd tant ,it the CuiN ICLE. mold will e(iiili,et , fr ai dvertisetuictlts and re ceive .iliscriptions. Mte 'sr,. fe'C..Iv & RRo.. of Montgo an ery, are onor au horized agents. IL(CAL 1)OTS. tev. l. A. Davis will pIreach in Colf:lx ,on S nlaly. Mr. A. A. lDean expects to open a branch store in Colfax within the next week. RED IlUST PaoLF OATs.-Car load just received1 and for sale low by G. W. Bolton, Pineville, La. Mr. J. A. Kelsoe has just finished, and now in operation, a steam gin and grist mill, on Boggy bayou about a mile north of Colfax. Ve learn by underground tele graph that next week will witness a wedding in Colfax, if some of our young folks don't change their winds before the tim...

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 October 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . -- - -- - ~ ~ _ .- - -_ .- - _ - - - _ _ - A gtmoacratic Journal, bebatcb to foal anb Qcnera;l ~e~s, fitcrature, Seienre, Agrirulture, etc. VOL. VIII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1885. 1.NO. 48. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, 'ubhlished Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant P.iri ih, La.. E.- G- GOODWWY T , EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 7 EIL ; OF $S CLBSCIPT 'IO U. One copy, one year ................$1 50 t)one col,, six Imnnths...... ...... 75 ,Six col'ies, one. ear ............. 7 50 I'neyable in\ariably in advance. RA. TES OF AI)D'EI TISI'G. First inserti lcharg.e, d1o ible pr p e PAC,. lt. 1!1. 2m. 3. I bn. 1 r. 1 jnch... ' l '1 U 200 U 001 ~t 00 o 9 ` Siuches. i 2" 2 7. : 1 7 55 20 9 503 i7: 3 IClch4. 1 54) 3 00U 0u 7 0 1 0f 23 50 4 incltes. 2 O I Ji t 6 4d 1:, 4 15 25 5 isuchs. 2 1 4 :1 7 0Ut 10 I; 50 :10 U) 4 coluun4 5n') 3 0(i '23(17 50;0-. 52 0( ' "t'oI' 00115 00125 00 00150o 00 o 0 f -i advertisement .$1 p...

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 October 1885

THE CIIR()ONICLE. ( 'OIFAX. i I I I,\ NA. NO MORE TO ME. Alone and silent I sit in my roomn. When the garish light hats tied, And wait to hear, through the gathering gloom. The footsteps of the dead. But no sound I hear, andl to sight I see, For my love comes back no nmore to mIe. Row soft the light of her tender eyes, As she smiled in her sad, swreet way: As we stood beneath the glowing skies At the close of that blissful (lay: That smile, when I close my eyes. I see. But mny love comes back no nmore to inn. Too fond for kisses or warm embrace, What could wedo but stand, And give and take, with tender grace, The thrill of a clasping hand? That hand no more in mine shall be. For my love comes back no more to me. If love and pity go hand in hand, How quickly they may learn What grief remains for those who stand, And wait their love's return. That grief In my heart must always he. For my love comes back no more to noe. -Henry Schell Lohingier, in Current. STEP-MOTHERS. A Few Words in ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 10 October 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -A Baltimore street vender invites r the liberal patronage of passers by with a sign on which is inscribed the feeling invitation: "Kum buy or lIe bust."- i Baltimore American. -"If a man could only catch fish as easily as he can lie about it'." laments r a Texas editor. He could, if he only I understood fishing as well as he does a lying.-Chicago Daily Business. c -The actual number "of persons en- i .aged in agriculture in the United states, including their families, is s placed at 25,0sn,000, an increase of t :1,0(),00) since the last census.-Chicago t Tribun . t --During the American.civil war tve hundred horses were destroyed or ren- t dlered useless for every twenty-four r hours. The Confederate army was. crippled for want of horses, while the Northern army was able to secure its supply front the Dominion of Canada. t -1Brooklyn Eagle. I -The little town of Lafayette, t ('hamnbers County, Ala., is taking on airs. A horp is blown at six o'clock in the afternoon a...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 10 October 1885

Cbt .o lfar CQronict. ---- ---- ------ S:t rUP.DAY, OCT. le, 1885. UB .CMI e TlIU N, .1.J. A YEAR., I ADVANCE. gJ.ludicial jdrertisemnrrts must be paid, fo" a, adrance. or they will be diseontinued after the irstl inertiton. A(iENTS. AMR. A. A. GoonwI, of Alexandria. is an anthoriz"d a,,gent of the C Ieo ICLE, taaud will contlint for advertisements :nll re ceive subscriptions. Messrs. n cC t IN & BaR., of Mont fo m ery, are our anthorized agents. LOCAL I) I~S• lttver low and boats chargimg carda and ,l half rates Great ex~atenwntt in Pinev:lle about I the cheap gools being sold by B. Turner. Me.rs. Vol. Nash and Jas. F. Neal I are back in Colfax after an absence of several months. RED RIs'r PROL OATS.-Car load just received and for sale low by G. W. Bolton, Pineville, La. --- t If some enterprising person will go into the bay business in this lo cality, he will find that it will pay three times as nmuch as raisir.g cotton. Thenew store in Culfax of Mr. A. c A. Dean will be ope...

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 October 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. $ femocratic Journal, btboltb to focal anb 6etnral etos, literature, tinrtc, .griculture, etc. VOL. VIII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1885. INO. 49. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Pnlblished Every Saturday, at (:ollax, Grant Pal-rish, rLt., -BY E-. G. GOODWYN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. I ERu.IS 01P SLCBSCRII'IIO'. Ou)e lupy, one year ................$1 Go eu coup, six months............... 7O bix copies, one year ................ 7 5o I'a3able invariably lu advance. RA TE8 OF ADI'ERTISIA G. IUirs iuterti chargel do able pr ~e PACt. It. 1i. ~2ut. 3., b-m. I r. I inch... 5;j; 15 l (200 3 00 t0 W 91 3 iuches. 1 ;: 004 .i 00 7 5i 12 ' i3 50 4 iuchea. ~ J 6f E 7c 5 1.t '1 2. 25 6 inches. 2 54) 4 5: 7 o, 10 00 16 50 30 oo 4 culumi;j 4 50) 6 04j 25017 50 30.; 5 0 ' "', u ' 00l5 00 u2, 00 o0U o U4, Io U ty a advertisement 41 per slinue fu r flrst 1 nr.rtion ; t:ch subsequenit publica tion 50 cents pler 'Iqlle. Brief comm:uricationIs ulpon subjects u public in...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 17 October 1885

C()IFA X. - 1.OISIANA A SUMMER SONG. 0, lovely sunbeams, through the meadows ldancing, (r, golden pinions. all the livelong dar. Klrsing youngtl leaves, on crystal streatnlets glallcllig. Chbanging to I ving gold their silver spray. Wee amorous elves, coqiuetting with the r(oes, Wooitng the daisy in her grassy bed. Till the shy tlower unconsciously uncloses Her dew-genimed leaves, and blushes rosy red: Gilding gray rocks, on rugged mountains streaming, Iliddlng the flowers in sheltered nooks awake, Calling young -ong birds from their happy drea ming, Waking the laughter of the dimpling lake! Playing "'Io peep" auid the white buds blowing In pearly clusters on the hawthorn tree. To the round eyes of wondering chaldhood showing The rapid journeyings of the wandering bee. Shedding a halo bright on youthful tresses. Itudding young hearts for very rapture sing. Touching the brow of care with kind care.-ses, Or glinting lightly on the skylarks wing! Ah. nmerry sunbtaitin.s, like sly cupds...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 17 October 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -At the annual sheep-shearing in Vermont the heaviest ram's fleece weighed twenty-eight pounds thirteen ounces, and the heaviest ewe's fleece twenty-one pounds nine ounces. This, it is claimed, exceeds the record at any public shearing.-JBoston Journal. -A woe-begone lookino specimen of humanity, telling wonderful stories about being captured in the mountains of Syria 2.,0 years ago, shedding six sets of teeth, etc.. and claiming to be the veritabl.' Wandering Jew, has been doing up \Vlnuton, N. C.--Charleston (J. C'.) ",'u's. -A man named Selig Voitcjtmnotev. zky applied to a New York court the other day for the privilege of dropping the last twlve Ietters out of his name. lie based his plea upon sanitary and economical reasons, and the court granted hispraver. His name is now Mr. Selig \ oit, anti he has our con gratulations.-- : 1 Sun. --A 'rovidence .Ibrnal correspond ent re.ails that Nathaniel Hawthorne once attended a Bowdoin alumni ban quiet at which he was exp...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 17 October 1885

bt Qo 0lfar (br4niic. s\ L'ti ,) l. OCUT. 17 Ir'5 SL Ii', ii'rLov. ft IA rLA. it A AvvNu. r'ent'.Iat, .ierr.ilseI. ml ,'st b, fili foe". ar ,,,t,re,.r (I !l will be dais .ouli- nued eltlr fl/c l//'rl ino,'flion AtiENi',. MSa. A. A. (1oopwit. of Ale nitlria. i an a:ht rioi/.'lx agfit of the (!1th:"I'I'E d Izl will (',ii t ',,t fr alvertisft e ntt aill re cei ve -l l 'bc riltioin . Mealdr. \[cC.ais & BRit.. of StMoitg ni ery. are fllo r authiorlizd agents. I,)CAI, 1) 0'1 T 'For dirt cheap dry t..i'tsl aIt nri cerie. ceti o'n [) A Snlitl C(o. Our ktds, iti:te :ignihlt zed their first year as couicilmen by filitng to levy a corporation tax. -- --- t .- ... IUD.D HIRT PBo)F OATr.--Car load just received and for sale low by G. W. Holton,. Pieville. L[a. Jack Frost paid his annual respectts to Colfax on Weduesdayv uoriinig, October 14th. This is his earliest visit for tine years McKnight & McNeely will pay the highest market prices for cotton, and sell goods for cost. They especia...

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 October 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. SUEtnm rratic aournal, bebottb to Tocal anub tnerdl Retus, jiterature, Stienct , ~grimnltnrt, etc. VOL VIII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1885. INO. 50 THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY H-. . G-OO DWYN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. IERM8 OF 8UBSCIIPTION. One copy, one year ............... $1 6' Une cop), six iounthse............... 7 hix colaie, one year ................ 7 & 'ayable inariably in advance. RATE8 OF ADrERTISIO. rl'st inserti , chlrgee double pr .s PAC. It. 1l:. 2w'. 3. bn'. 1 r. I inch... 50 1 50 200 J u" , 00 9 00 1 2 iucies. I1 ot 2 2 3 75 5 2950 5b 7' 3 mockes. 1 50 3 UU 5 00 7 t 12 o 23 50 4 iaoues. 00 31 6 4. 8 71 1.fI5 255 Siuohes. 2 501 4 5C 77 0 j11 5 50 .o u00 Seolumn 4 501 W 25017 5U:i0. I a2 IL !: ', 0- W15 025 0I 0 50 00 d!U 0o a1 it adtertsment .$1 per sqnare for first ineertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 eents per square. Brief communications upon subjects...

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 October 1885

TIlE CHRONICLE. ('OLFAX. - LOUISIANA. HER WAY TO SAY "NO." My sweetheart sat knitting. "My darling," said I. "I have had a most beautiful dream." She feigned not to hear me and made no re said slmply: "T'm turning the seam." I reached for the knitting-a mesh of soft white,. That she held in her fingers so small; But she sa:d: "Don't disturb me, I'm busy to-night I'm knitting a sock for a doll." "Don't tease me so, darling," I pettishly cried; "You're Just dying to hear. I'll be bound-" But she pushed back her curls, as she softly replied : "Just watt till I've knitted around." I waited awhile, and then closer I drew, And breaking of silence the seal. I said: "Now you're ready, let me tell It to you." She answered: "I'm setting the heel." I smiled and I frowned, and looked up at the clock, Regretting that soon I must go; Then looked at my teaser-she held up the sock, Saying: "Would you put red In the toe?" "You shall hear me, darling, you dearest of girls:" She placed both her hands ...

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 October 1885

MISS ROSE E. CLEVELAND. bbo President's Sister and resent W _ tress of the White House. ap Rose Elizabeth Cleveland was the young- the cst of nine children born to Richard and eat Anna Cleveland. lier native home wa' to I Fayetteville, N. Y., from whence her - parents removed to Clinton when she was a smn little girl, and later to Ilolland Patent, a tor little hamlet near Utica, where her father am took charge of the Presbyterian Church in the 1853. Hier father died in that year, leaving c little Rose an orphan at the age of seven. 1 The parsonage had to be given up, and the education of Rose became the mother's life thought and labor. In later years she was sent to Iloughton Seminary. where she proved a br'lliant pupil, graduating with the "h highest honors. "Original 'eople"' was he the theme of her graduating essay, her audience pronouncing It a most happy ef fort. Miss lRose then became a tear-her in in the Hloughton Seminary, when, after re- he maining in that position two year...

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 October 1885

(be C1oUfaR 4tlronidt. SA rUPDAY, OCT. 24 1886. 8ruus:IrTlor. l $1.0o A YZA. tl ADIVWAOL tJJfdc;al Adrertineme-tx met be paid for in adrcaos, or Itey rill be dimreinsed ajter the first ijsertio AGENTS. Mi. b. A. GoarwiN, of Alexandris, is an arnthoried t of the(tIIRONIcl' aud 1 will cotlrtct fr sadvertisements and re. : eeive subscriptions. Messrs. lcCAIN & BRO., of Montgo mn ery. are our authorized agents. -Lo - ---~- ------ i o LOCAL DOTS. The celebrated "Roller Process" dour can be bought at Dean's new store for $7 50-cheap as it can be sold. BJledi brothers' steel thlimble and iron ax'e wagous, also a car load of t the celebrated Tennessee wagons, just received and for sale at very low prices by G. W. Bolton, Pineville, La. Mr. Robert M. Hardy, dealer in geueral merchandise, Lind Grove, La., uuder date of Sept. 29th, says: "S*,.ud me 4 dozen Sataunta, it beats anything I ever saw for chills and fever." I Messrs. L. B. Price and B. C. Dean t have let the light of their c...

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 October 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. 4.------ '-~--- •-~.-----L---I---- i i--i - SLtmoaratic dournal, beboteb to ootal anb rtntral LXets, riterature, tciten, .gricutlhurt, et.c VOL. VIII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1885. 1NO. 51. - . ---- - --... . .. .... . .... . . - 9 THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., S-BY SI. G}. GOODWY , EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year ............... $1 50 One copy, six months................ Six copies, one year ................ 7 6U kayable invariably in advance. RATES OF AD VERTII'YG. First ineri , charye.1~o uble pr _. PLC . It. 1i. 2m. 3_. Inm. I r. Sinch... 5U 150 2 00 30 . 00 900 2 inohes. 1 0J 2 2 3 7 5 25 9 50 15 7, 3 inches. 1 50 3 00 50 7 50 12 0 50 4 iueues. 00 31 6 V, 8 75 15 0! t5 25 6 inches. 2 4 5( 7 0) 10 0o016 50 3:WU l oltumlt:45t1 8 0 25017 305 52 0t S"o-u 00150o250 o 0 O5 000 .k tr advertflement .41 per square fo r Srsat nsertion; each subsequent publ...

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 October 1885

(OI.FAX. - LOi'ISIANA. THE OLD ORCHARD. In memory's halls some picture' dwell, With dear associatioans blest; Whatever he our treasures there This stands apart from all the rest With some it is a face, a Htower. A glor.ous day. a suniet hour. A something that's teyond compare; But unto menc the one lmost fair Is of a grey old orchard sweet. With bloom leaves scattered at my feet, With robins litting through the trees, And music from the humming bees. It was my ohildhood's playing ground, And of it brightest memories come, My brothers and my sisters dear Played in it round our happy home; When all our little tasks were done The orchard echoed with our fun; And robin gay, now gone to rest. Tuned up his throat, with ruffled crest, But wondering hushed, in mute surprise While listening to the merry cries Of children in their gladsome mirth, The happiest sound in all the earth. You can not die to me, old trees, What though your usefulness be o'er, You're living in my memory yet As bright...

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 October 1885

MISCEtLLANEOUS. --'. cream and iced drinks have 14ds the American stomach what it is -4 cavity which produces cramps, headaches and several sorts of fever, to ,sa. iothimg of bad temper.-Detroit rsa Press. -Beef is now slaughtered in Omaha for the eastern markets. The first car load from that point reached Boston a few days ago, making its 2,000 miles' journey in six days in excellent condi tion.--Boston Journal. -The last remaining toll.house on the ohl Philadelphia turnpike was torn down last week, and for the first time *n fifty years the great thoroughfare be tween Philadelphia and Pittsburgh was open its entire length without charge tc the public.-Philadelphia Times. --The Hawaiian Gazetle tells how a native of Hilo came to his death while endeavoring to kill a fish he had just caught. He placed it in his mouth to ,bite it. according to custom, when it slipped down his throat, and, as it was too big to be swallowed and the ex panded fins torbade its removal, the fisherman was c...

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 October 1885

Ae. Q olfar b 4ronidet. S IUrRD.AY, OCT. 31. 1885. UauscaprtOuN.t1.). A YAI. 114 ADVAIEOrL [CFJudicia Adrer'isCmeNt muet be paid for in adraucc, or te will be discohtiwned alter the first iaertio. f AGENT'L. Ma. A. A. Gonowt!, of Alexandris, is an anthorized agent of the Cei RONICL.,C, 1!d will contract fr advortisements and re-f ceive subhcriptiona. Melm's. YCAItNs & Bal., of Montgom ery, are our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS.L W. 3. Davis has been appointed as constable for ward two, in place of W. H. Gray, who has resigned. Mr. Patrick Barrett, a well known merchant of Pineville, died suddenly of congestion of the lungs Oct. 20th. Ex-Gor. J. Madison Wells, who was I in Alexandria last week, is reported to be suffering from an almost total loss of his eye sight. The last three weeks of fair weather has enabled our farmers to get out the bulk of the cotton crop in excellent condition for marketing. We regret to learn of the death of Mr. Marshall Richardson, who died at a his...

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 November 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. . ~tmnaratic ou rnal, btbottb to Toeal anb Gtnral ldets, iteraturtt, Sietnce, .gricultnur, etc. VOL. VIII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1885. 1NO. 52. n. I -- I Iw all n 0aflOtO S " THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, I Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY -I. G.- GOODWYTN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 7 R.MIS OF SUBS.;RIPTIOi. Oue copy, one year ................$1 0G One copy, six months .............. 75 iix colles, one year ................ 7 50 Payable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADUERTISI'G. First iuserti ., chargyeI do uble pr ,e PAC. It. 1i. 2m. 3 . . 1t r. 1 inch... 1 5 0 2 00 3 01) 3O ( 9 2 inches. I 2 2; 31 7 5 25 9 50115 7: 3 'uches. 1t 5 3 40 5 00 7 5u 12 (o 23 50 4finches. 2,A00 62 d 75 8 15 0 25 25 6 inches. 2 5G 4 50 7 0| 10 (oo 16 5)0 1U0 UO A colutmi: 4 50) i 00 25017 50130. 52 (0L : Ut 0015 0025 00 000 50o,0 o00 ,f t: adtertisement 41 per squre for first insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. B...

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 November 1885

THE CHRIONICLE.I OLFAX. - LOUISIANA. t CONDENSED ROMANCE "Duck? Dove!" ) Young love. W)ie cast : C'lings fast. "Nuf 'sed;" e Must wed. s Parents kick, a LJovers stick. a ":'an not be:' " "We shall see!.:: iright night; v Seek flight.t Church found; ; Grist ground. Folks come: t Struck dumb. "'Too late:" Fixed fate. t First year. C Skies clear. It Years two. Rather blue. Years three, Jamboree. Spats: sport; Divorce court f Groom. bride Untied. Hearts crack, .Jill. .lack Trot back. -I. E. Jones, in Judgs. MY WLNNY. How I Won a Wife Amid the Ocean's Surges. Stranger to Canada, I think you said? First visit to Ontario? Well, you're h heartily welcome to Indian Creek. Take d a chair on the piazza till dinner's ready a -we dine early in these new-world r parts. Fine farm? Well, yes; Indian Creek is a nice place, if I do own it. All, as far as you can see-grass land, corn fields, woods and creeks-all belong to t it. Stock, too-they call it the best- I stocked farm in Ontario, I believe, an...

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 November 1885

INDIAN CUSTOMS. A Woman's Experlemae In the Haunts of the Noble Reed an. A woman of this city who has several times visited the frontier as a guest of acquaintances in the regular army was speaking the other day of her experi ences last summer. She was one of a party of ten, among them two or three women from the East, who were visiting at one of the frontier posts. A gallant officer conceived the idea of a trip last ing several weeks, which should include the various Indian agencies and army posts of the Northwest. The women were particularly delighted with the idea and the party set out. In speaking of Lo, the traveler said: "If you want to know what real dirti ness is, you ought, without doubt, to se, the inside of an Indian tepee. A" ' -. til you have do not consider- W*-- 4 -able of judging i" .BC. R of 'these uncle-' -. sClh ~taXitrs." S u..v hrabits, she thought, ..rnate. for tha ladiaas abhor wa ter as mWuch as a dog attacked with rabies. A t the Pine Ridge Indian Agency, O7...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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