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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 25 September 1886

SATURDAY, SEP'T. 25., I1. 5CHqtrlrt'I()N. .l'.i"' 1 Y rta. IN ADVANCE.. jP Jnudicial Adrertisements must be paid fo. in adrance, or they will be discontinued after the first insertion. LOCAI. DOTS. A new stock of shoes just reciv eld at A. A. Dean's. t The firm of Wickliffe & Wick liffe has been dissolved by mutnal cnsent. See notice. Bro. Davis writes us word that he will begin a protracted meeting in Colfax on the night of Thurs day, Sept. 30th. The first bale of cotton for Col fax was ginned on Thursday by Mr. J. H. McNealy, It was raised by Ed. Glover, a colord man. Hon. N. C. Blanchard will speak on Thursday, Oct. 19th, at Iatt, in Grant parish; also at Winnfield Oct. 21st, and at Atlanta Oct. 22d. Mr. J. B. Tucker returned from Natchitoches this week, where he had been to attend the marriage of his sister, Miss Florence, to Mr. Earnest Hertzog, on the 15th inst. Those desirous of securing a fine lot of 2-year-old apple trees are requested to call at the CHRONICLE office. ...

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 October 1886

a THE COLFAX CHRONICLE nwmortdi gmrnal, benlofeB to Woeal anb ner al aetos, iteraure, £e i.e, $aginlturt, it VOL. IX COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1886. NO. T' HE Ot1AI- anfnlt mK eirm I 7NO. 46 I'EE COLFAX- CHRONICLE, Published Every *earday, at Colfar, Grant Parish, La., ----r--- w: - " , ' il_ _ _ ''-. _ °....................".......al 7 1 42a1.OgIial p 1' llan. ttt~s~r Is * C1*ry to dv p 4A. s b . 2 ' :. ' 0 ,asare; emah ubseqaamr publibe Sore ee~e  e qas Brief ,o m pn n o... . " ' ..... er -o .....d asrteet o pl interes mtiIotYd bt no attoatIo will be paid to .anonymIous writer., e. Addreas: C1aroxrcam, Colfax. 1. i- ---- '- tr tra PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .L RAIDOLPH, Physician and Surgeon, FAIRMOUNT, LA. All calls promptly answered day or uight. nov2~-ly. JNO. C. WICKLIFFE, DITRIwr ATroIt(NIry, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, COLFAX, LA. Office at Couirt House. \Will lpractiou iLn 1t Courts lot Grant aami adijotning parisiha.saud the SlupreUme Co.at ,t 14 Louin...

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 October 1886

T'HE CIIHRONICLE. COLFAX. - - L.UISIANA. BY THE RIVER. We met t morn bl the wlllowed river, ,,, ea, .ago,* whu.n both our hearts were We mt watch the lights and shadows I And Maite to the song the waters sung. But deeper them the music of Its lowing. The tide of love Sowed on from mind to 1 Whleo overhead the elder blooms were blow adtYs Y fragrasee ailed the woolng wind. We stand beside the waters of the river. But now the moaning of the sea is near! Far of the beaeons 'm 4 the dlmnees quoiver And roll ns breakers all our hearts with fear. No longer ehor'sters of morning greet us, Or blossoms of the Nay-time droop above; But shadows of the twillghtr se to meet us And cloud the golden harvesting of love. Ab! listen to the rush'ng of the river Towards its haves In the restless sea, While like a leaf upon itetide forever Our life flows onward to Bternity. 0. mid its eager tumult and commotlon. The whirl of waters, sad the dash ot foam. May Love. the beacon shin:nt o'er the oeean. Lea...

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 October 1886

:, ý f osrs'llet, testifyin the Congressional Telephone was guilty of the verb-s jjptd Ueaag a Cabinet ofcer e Mi ister. This malversation "non enogh, yet we have D( is get (this verb Is ased knowingly t advisedly) a Cabinet Minister than We hLan got a constitutional monarehy. We have no "Ministry," consequently e have no Ministers. We have merely Shst oScers, who are not voted out 41 Oeo, and whose status is so totally adlike that of Cabinet Ministers that it $ L0ot necessary to enlarge upon the a t Quite as erroneous is the ap pelat ioof the Secretary of State as Premier. Mr. Bayard has figured as Premier until he must be weary untc death of being called whht he is not :ad never can be. The Premier is the responsible head ofat an administration. ThSecretary of State is by no meant that Re is merely the chief of an necutive department, and in our Gov Mament the smallest and least impor. tant of all the Executive departments. $e is no more a Premier than be is a pterodactyl or a zer...

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 October 1886

_,__T fax, (asAcrrS o . T 1. 1 A YIA. Inw A nAVdCL f l ol ( frien rJudtieial Ariertli,* b e ta.s b. paid fon. in adr . r Bl n.rId dlel s d p pain1 after the pfrea innertius bon t door, T, n C:A I. POT S. -ceive Pecans are beginning to fall, and need the little folks are happy. ing t Y to C. H. Teal has a new and full to se supply of goxods and groceries. Hona. N. C. Blanchard will speak Th on Thursday, Oct 19th, at the Iatt brui pait office. blaru lThe premium of the American and Farmer will not be given to those satir who do not take advantage of the r offer beford the 1st of November. Mr. A. A. Dean shipped ten bales B! of new cotton from Fairmount last stranr Monday. It was all raised and p01 ginned on his place.o we r livCe Mr. Prudhomme temoine, a well retf t known Creole citisepof this parish, is died at his home onMotiday, Sept. 27, 1886, aged 48 years. c. Corn is being sold by the colored folks at 35 and 4Q cents a pushel. ma They will pay a dollar for it neat, p. spring if ...

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 October 1886

L_ T a_ , t.i . ; it.- . .. . , ..... i, >"y 'ýa. 7^. ; .pi ' . ...j " ýý!.~u .ýf ,, r~ _. " , InIE S.i 1yy Ii b e ý , .{ . . e' , t:. ; . . . ' , r ( " - . ; , ' ,; 7-{ A' I .- ,t " -, COLFA, N Pte , :S R ; THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Coltax, Grant Pai'ish, La., -BY -. G3. G-OO Wry EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIOpT . One oupy, one year . ..... ... ... 1 5 One copy, aix months........... 7 Six colies, one year ....... 7 Payable invariably in advance. R4T'E8 OF ADFERTIJLIG. i.rt inserti charge l do uble pr e S. I lt 1- 1. fl gu. . 3.; • $ :. 1 ith., I J5 ! 5 ! ool Sinc. I Oi 2 s: 3 5 5 0 00 , 3 ookes. 1 3 00 :5 i 3 0 5O 1: 7 Siuoneh. .1 i t 7Lils ; !, * Colamn. 4 is U 2 5zuo 17 50 30.i 'it (it l 1: a IS 00 l25J 00 , fmt adterti'eettj.m3 -1 per aq'ugue to Arest isertiou; ealch subenent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief eournmunications upon subject.s o pohlie interest solicited, but no Utentio will be paid to Ianonyjgous writers. 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. — 9 October 1886

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - - LOUISIANA. THE OLD SCRUB. She stands there alone with her back like a rail. Not a beautiful line trem her bead to her tail. With one born turning In, and the other a Stub, This bon old mature-the scrubby old he basn't an ounce of "blue blood" in her reins, She don't know enousgh to go In when it rains: Ear hide bears the marking of stone sad of club, Ald ret she is pateet-the scrubby old scrub. Yee these are her children; they haven't a trace Of her scrubbiness left-see the scorn on their fsoe As they look at the patient old scrub by the And wonr sad wonder what iron-willed fate Has thrown sch a buneadle of bones to their track. Could they tyrn the great eurtaln of weary Fears oback And see how the patient old scrub worked alone, Without petting or praise, they would surely atone for their coaduet-they hook her and drive her about, She is ugly, you know-they would soon drive her out; When a oace shows the deeply out markings of cars We are apt to forget it...

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 October 1886

THE STOUtJI OG LION. - . Trip or rip s " .Am res a rweew at Eesesdm5. Guide-books, a rule, posses no interest that is at all dependent on any inherent value in the facts that are pre sented in them, but Mr. J. W. Burdict, the general passenger agent of the Delaware and Hudesn Canal Comn pany's railroad, in a little pamphlet just issued, has been at come pains to present what he deems trustworthy facts about the first locomotive that ever ran upon an American railroad. According to him, the first of these en gines was the Stourbridge Lion, so called because it bore a lion's head on the front of its boiler and was made by Foster, Boswick & Co. in Stourbridg4 England. Horatio Allen, a young civil engineer, had been sent to England by the canal company to buy secrap-iron for the rails, chains for the inclined planes and three locomotives for the level of the projected railroad. He re turned in 1828, and the first of the loco motives reached New York in May, 1829. It was set up at t...

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 October 1886

b c Calf4 -grairn nci. SATURDAY. E0T. . IMs. SeascarrTrO. t1.5OA WtAX. Ir ADTAaL. CyJudicvaJ AderniMets mast he paid for 0 adran(, or thp w1ll Ib diseoati"md after the fret isnerdso. LOCAL DOTS. The past two weeks have been magnificent for picking cotton. Dr. Alle-n Patrick, physician and surgeon, has located permanently at Colfax for the practice of medi cine. His office is at LeSage's di ug store. The late earthquake shook down the prices of merchandige, and now CG. W. Bolton at Pineville is rush ing off his goods at prices so low as to scare the natives. A new postoffioe, to be known as Prairie Home, has been estab lished in Grant perish at the place of Mr. Iley M. Brian in ward five, of which that gentleman is post. master. The Alexandria charity hospital has just been completed at a cost of $7000. It is advertised for rent,, and it is said to be almost certain that it wi4 be coaverted into a female semiary. When a man is reputed to be "low down" he is gtenerally avoid ed by de...

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 October 1886

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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 October 1886

COLFAX. - - LOCIgTANA. BRAVE JEAN McGREGOR. A True Story of ",The Lag ag ' the ark Sell." It was Jean McGregor, the shberma' wife, and she stood at her cabln door. And shuddered to see the angry storm that raged on the Scottish shore. ear-oh! 't rs a dark and fearsome lghbt, and Will;.e her man, away, And Robln. her one wee bairn, so ill he would hardly see the day. And only she ant ber dylng babe alone in her bhome that ighbt. Whil e the wind and waves came roaring ua and plled her souL with fright. She turned for comfort to still her ears, anad kissed her baby so fair. When. 10o the sea, the sky and the rooks were lit up with a lurid glare. Up sprang poor Jean with a pallid tace, and a cry that had po ouad, As she gazed beyond the bteakers where a vesel bad run aground. be sew the fame shaboot up on high, but s, ear so signal mm. And she anew ths crew in the burning ship mast perish, every eone Unless from the I'ttle village aet bhalf a slle Cleme bep from the sleeping sherme, . ...

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 October 1886

ISCELLANOU I -A horse she a vaquero ear Nogalese Cal., one day recently. The animal was rubbing a Sea of his hide Ust a tree when the gan sing to athe ddle went of with fatal results. he -A New York policeman found a sit man besting his wife with a club, and to put a bullet through him. Such treat- hi meet as this tends to discourage the wife-besting business.--i.furgtg Chroicle- Te'epe  -A Minneapolis man says that in la China red is thought to be a very lucky color, and that is the reason why Chi- do nese lanadrymen in this country use so b muchk red paint and so many red our- to talss. s -Julius Hafecker, a German maehin- TI 1st of New York, loaded his gun with i water, keeping the powder dry by in- of serting a cork between it and the water, t and then blew his head of with the ahrge. i -Last year 279,000,000 stamped ean velopes were soli by the Government. si They were worth ,773,000. En- pi velopes whiok in 180 cost 4.80 per 1,000, andtbe extra letter-stse that then w cost ...

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 October 1886

SATU DA~. OCT. 1A, 1886. SuaRTP4M. L*L A YEaSL . AwaSo. rladi` Adbermtisens, et.rat be paid for in adai ld be 4~4eseMlJ-d after the rat * LO ?4 S. Dr. M. A Dunn ~apects to move his family from Nadaehiio Boyce within the next wek. Mr. J. C. Goulden has our thanks for an in r to atlesd a daice at his resi * Wb Alexandria on the 12th iisj : Cadet L: L1 Hooe, lately gradu atoed at the La. State University, has been passing the week as the guest of Dsputy J. M. Rhorer, Jr. The bri ges across Darro and Boggy Bayoni are fn&er headway and will bI, mplpef4 in.a short while. T i' lry 'as zteis. ded the time allowed for the buil ding of thtfridge across Bayou DeGap for twelve mouths. The peop of the Rigolette sec tion are ' in the matter of establish a s eeh needed poet. offie inth ah hc They should ha 'p tition ready to give it to r. chard at latt, where he ýe y. A lot of tsp. just beea received at ,' '014 which Buck prog sell che or than e a b-known botvrs instance, 'PItera Yaghtaita ...

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 October 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Senmurratic ~oumral, btebatc bt noe L a trai tetxs, iterafnre, %tinrrt, ~grinlturt, itt. VOL. IX. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1886. INO. ,I' /,1' CaT O E.R 2,, - _ . . THE OOLFAX CHRONIOLE, Published Every LLturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., - BY- Q- .- GOODW'Y'rN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOL 'TERMS OF BUBSCBIPTION. One copy, one year.................1 5 One copy, six months............... Bix oopies, one year ................ 5 'ayable invariably in advance. RATEI OF ADPVETISJKO. First inserti charge.l do uble pr. e PAC.. It. I. 2i.33.:. 1' 2iuhes. . ;Ich 1 o t 2W 3 500 ' i - Sichei 3 7O 5 5 25 9 50  7. 6 inohobs. 1 7 U5 0 7 1650 3 50 4 iolumt, 4 600 2517 7,, 1 'r u 15 ý25 0 0 00 0 00 -m't·ad~ertfeemeng' .= per square fu arst insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon esbjeets o public interest solicited, but no atent44, will be paid to anonymous writers. Address: CRRONtCLe, Colfax, La. PROFESSIONA...

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 October 1886

THE CIHR()NCICIE. "OS COLFAX. - -. )'ISANA slowly from 1 and th RICHES. sadder The cotter's wife stood at her casement prise small, took h And looked away to the d bstunt hill Where my lady lived in haugrhty prjde In the Hall so grand and still. Ret "My lady," she :nurmured. "can sit at ease,all 1 With never afthourht o work or care; a ro eh Idren to tumble h"r house about. ago at Ah me, it I could be there!" And i My lady stood at the window wide our he And parted the folds of curtain lace. it mu. And she looked far down to the cotter's hoa her." With a sweet, sad look on her face. "I suppose my station and wealth and eas refleci My neighbor dowr there envies me; Yet I would give her them, every one, callin if she'd give her children to me." Rose As though some thought of t'.s came to her, belles 'The cotter's wife turned to the snowy bed count Where her children slept, so fair and sweet, and "Nay, I'm richer than she!" she said. -J. K. Luwilumr. in ChcageoAdvacet. a ly. IN RHETTA'...

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 October 1886

MISCELLANEOUS. -A Yankee saw the Pqpe when in Rome recently, and was polite enough to ask after his wife and family. -Cats are the most difficult of ali animals to train to perform tricks. A showman who could obtain a trained cat would consider his fortune made. -The prisoner to be placed in the new lockup at Danbury, Conn., pulled off the iron leg of his bedstead, and, using it as a crowbar, had almost dug his way to freedom when discovered. -Citizens of an Illinois town made a kite seven feet long, and sent it two thousand feet into the air. A windlass was rigged, and it required the power of three men to drag the kite back to the earth again.-Chicago Mail. -A lady living in Fulton, N. Y., was frightened into hysterics by seeing her own shadow and thinking it was a baur glar. She was confined to her bed for several days from the fright. -One local justice decides that shay ing is not a work of necessity and an" other local justice decides that it is. Justice, instead of being blin...

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 October 1886

drle Qalfr lr onhik. MONDAY. OCT. 25, 18M6. un'TcTIrT.iN, 1.if) A Yv4L. fN ADVANCa. ri'J.ludininl .IdrerfiNemrts muat be pjid Jfo in adsance, or thke will be dies4otinucd feM, th, irg issertins. LOCAL DOTS. Thos. Patrick, Esq., brother to Dr. Allen Patrick, has been employed as a clerk at C. II. Teal's. Miss Lillie Lombard and Miss Mary Rhorer, two pretty denizens of Fair m'. rnt, spent a portion of last week in Clfax. While on his way to speak at Iatt last ''utesday Mr. Blanchard had a break down with his buggy. He secured a seat in aucther buggy and made it in time, while his two companions had to walk four jnileh, nrriving in time to hear only about half of the speaking. Do You Want to Sell Land ? If so write to Mr. H. 8. Fairall, Iowa City, Iowa, late commissioner from Iowa ::t the New Orleans Expositions. He is interested in diverting emigration in Iowa from the hle~k prairies of the territories to the fertile lands of the South. [n Ihadical days' our people ned to thunk 21 m...

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. — 30 October 1886

U; t" !n g imatrat iic srnal,*babstab to ,nat{al ab. (Serner cas, Witerati e, rntter Sp taitur 'r.m VOL. . LFA GRANT PARIS LA. SATURDAY, i 1886. + VO 1XA COFX RN AISL. AUDY OFB·tz18. t N~sO THE OOLFAX CHRONIOLE, sbliab.,d k verry Awurdy, at 'ollux, Grant Par iesh La.. 9. C.. G OCaODPWTOL 1M"& l slW a IORIETOE. 0541 ay, oe tru .............$1 5 Ouleasopy, ol· aisaths..., 71 ayid. lnvariably in advoanc. d4TbB Or adVER)XIR)ZT* . Iirsa iou.rti chariael do. shW pr e -- ;.... PIo.. "0t. V an. , a`_" ff . i 1 b01iu. - '1 51 tl 7,u Igr+q .JI a iua74 i ull S 5e laf Incited~. dt ; 35 5 bilni 45L 701 IQ 143 ~a Jo Iulun: . all 17 ` :i6 ` 46c", u S 0 7( l V th yUJIEi4J 1aU u ' ' vr±nmn 41 per Oigtiaso,,, Arne netn~ttrah; wrap «ub~rllent pu~blic.r Lion 0 gounts pfer 'quair. Ihief ..mflwioatIaom npn mbjectsa 0 public interest U4licitei, lHat alo attetlt"mtj will lie paid to uafltlimma aa 1% nitera. Addreom: CHROirc, a.u, ColftX, L. PRQOFESIONAL CAdJIR.) DR. A NN PATRICK, #WYTItAM oand SVYREOU,...

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. — 30 October 1886

THE CHRONIC 4E. COLFAX. - - LOUISIANA. a f THE CASHIER'S DREAM. At m'duliht, in his little bed t The cash er dreamt about the time He'd clean the bank of over coenot And seek some other clime; He saw the vaults all clean and bars Hie heard the sick Directors swear And people howl sgr on the stair For wealtsh teY'd never see. He saw the experts try to afx The sum hed taken out: He saw the tr usphs of his tricks And gave a happy shout The wealth was all in his valise The dust, the oh nk. the soap. the grease, t And therefore he could smrle s pesose And take his onward way. But bold--4 heaslet He sw a man With looks of black despair Come up and Joan the ·sry elan And stamp arounad a swear: He said he'd eped at least a year To hunt and fnd that thief eashier. And the he'd smadh him on the ear Because his wealth was gone. He saw this man, like keenest bound, Take up the trairand bunt; He tried in vain to 4so asround, The man came to the front He causbt the gsshier. ans he brobo H bead i...

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. — 30 October 1886

MISCELLANEOUS. -Mr. $p rgeos'Ylabaejule in Len- A don now has a membership of 5,214. -About eight thousand barrels of oil are produced daily by the wells of Ia Pennsylvania. in -The original meaning of the word b Halifax is red hair, of Colfax black o hair, and of Paiinaxleade hair. -George Rooke. a once noted pugi list, is in jail in Orange County. New York, for assaulting his wife. On re ceiving his sentence he affectionately kissed his wife good-bye. n -The latest material utilized for the l manufacture of hats Is wood pulp. It P is said that hats made of it are finer than anything now in the market. are impervious to water and flexible. Troy 7meas. -A mule is never tamed thoroughly except at the front. A bovine can be tamed all over except in front. The man who habitually stands behind a bull and in front of a mule will never die withhis boots on.-Cbleusbn (Ga.) Enquirer. -The powers of the Cuban pony are b said to be remarkable. He will make from aLxty to eighty miles a day ina...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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