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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 January 1880

3 7,IF TOPICS. is the production of fine care and correct obser t thinking and skillful understand and per -o various items which are - ate expression "butter ,..very little act, from feed the cows to packing ket,basits stnlficance, t be done with skill and at loaent, or the product will Sin merit. Every act, not tell with the same are sometimes insisted little or no consequence. a digference whether the Sia six or 86 hours, but aoee discrimination to whether the preference is in m "r or the shorter time, the latter, whether the i pay for the valuable time, sd money spent in devising It up." Every year - dollars arc expended in eviaee the world of butter aih is best for seasoning. It matter when experts, the butter, can not tell used ? ý pnale item tells more ef Upon the product than the I believe more injury has by faulty churning than by s0 t ia the process. One ~isJs that It it is impossible to iuat what ought to be done " F or example, there can be ale laid down as to the exact...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 January 1880

CIgt Q lfar Egrrnmide. C N Ait ........... PaorrrroiR tl L-i.. G. GOODWTYPN T EDITOR sad PUBLISHER. ,..I'URDAY, JANUARY 3, 1880. .- - . b A(g* N". M. A. A. Ooopwix. of Alexandria, is L a , antlhorized agent of the Cii,,rNII., and t v I*I contract for advertijaclrts and r,. r ive subscriptiota. Meaerms. McCAW1 & Bao.. of Montgom- & cry, are ear sathorised Ieants. 1VPJdler Adulueriseets mast be paid ' for isdmssae, or abey ilU be di.aoli*sed after !he jrst i sraSm. LOCAL DOTS. ,u The School Board miets to-day. Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy v Tobsooo. o nS-ly g Parish scrip of 1878 for sale at i this office at 75 cents on the dollar. The perish jail is empty once L more, all the birds having secured bail in time to spend the New Year in freedom. C The Police Jury meets next Mon day, when they have some tough t subjects to consider. Let us hope c they will adhere a little closer to con stitutional law and justice this time than has characterized their last two deliberations. ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 10 January 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. SIem.cra tic mAral , bcbateb ta eatal anb 6cntral cbs, fifterAtur, J Aientr, 1griu0ture, etc. O III. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1880. INO. 9. oj" DRIA CARDS. B. TURNER, ggy e, Pis, erLsle, L·. o received a large supply of il AND WINTER GOODS eeL bought low aud will be gMd at Bottom Prices. 1Y GOODS, GROCERIES, LWARE, CUTLERY, TIN AND HOLLOW WARE, Tarints, Oils, Perfumery, Dye Stuffrz, g g , SHOES. BOOTS, CLOTHING, SADDLERY, PATENT MEDICINES IW ALL GOODS usually kept in a Store. s14-ly ! Goods_! New Goods! r seived by the undersigned, a *e well sasrted stock of WRLEN G00DS, CALICOES -A-ND gpneral Merchandise, whichnr mnat and will he sold Pp for Cash! AJD SEE FOR YOTU I SE Le At our OLn Sr.iax. Iu-LING & BOLTON, -;im ORLEANS CA1tD.-. WIEELER A PIERSON , cearmrI to & l ".,, a(lNd \ ras 4 lcra, Mefi IiNC AND 1Rit88NG GOODS Wilsele and Retail, ft 13 and 15 Camp Street, I'EW OBLE.fNS, I.A. WbhIbI department up stairs, with a #.A line ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 10 January 1880

TIlE CIR)NI('CLE. COLFAX, - - LOI ISI.ANA. ITEMS OF IJNTEREST. Personal and Literary. --lawrence Barrett, the tragedian, is to become manager of the California 'Theater, Sa:n Francisco, next spring. 'The stockhohlers glmarantee him against loss, the establishment having been, like the rest of the Pacific coast theaters, financially unsuccessful for several years past. --Mr. George Augustus Sals received a thousand pounds on leaving England for his volume of American travels, and will receive another thousand on its an nouncement. lie has been offered the seat in l'arliament for Brighton at the next election, but, like his friend Dick ens, he has no political ambition. --Mr. Delane, editor of the London Tines at 24, is a case which stands on a par with Pitt, Prime Minister, at pre visely the same age. " Long before De lane was 30," writes the Spectator, " he was courted by all the initiated as one of the male group who govern the Unit- I e'd Kingdom, was as powerful as any Cabinet ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 10 January 1880

" 1E OUSgEuOLD. )Have them about garI nish with parsley rwd iye , nicely fried bu them in the yelk of an with bread-crumbs, or aee drippings, garnish sad serve. .W: Soak them in water 0".a isb removed, dry them, la butter. Garnish with , . Or, after soaking is milk for twenty mmin d i em from the milk and &W ~ ir r for three or four J irp i~ni are said to be nagfolks. ,: Boil and sift two . ra rswa potatoes, grate a tihe ice into them Spond of butter and SA g to a cream, to this beaten yelks of six eggs, half a nutmeg grated, a a, nd lastly the whites %boto to a stiff froth. Bake' nr mt only. S a n Beurre: Peel and core rd , lay them in a bak Sbttered, fill the core bbrwh brown sugar and a A buJtter, and put the tin in s ýl the apples are a good done. They should be b.ated with the butter dur ad cooking, and the core g d j a second time with 1 qmay have a slight pdered cloves or cinna to tasse. L4,I s: Two lemons, six eggs, hipd ugar, two tablespoon j , e, teacupful boiling wa...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 10 January 1880

'SI!........... Iui ..i.r, T._. CttOOJ D ,Yr I, I '!T'OR a'ld PUfiLIaliER. :1 AY, J.AN5 U Y 10, I S a:l n '.,l wt on t .i lf (',~ . ..' 'h.., rs. 1l t' . & Tl tu.. ilf M initg;"u , 1 . .l° our atllt ori zdt agelits. : r.Judicial -drrrlichmenlt must ,, la ' t.,r it adr ,.u', or tliy fuill bl diir'" ,; ,i.n /thr the; Jirt inw-rtiou,. JOCAL I)OTS. If you have not paid for huer i', per now is a good time. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. n30-1y Pa 'ish scrip of 1878 for salt, at this oflice at 75 cents on the doll'ir. The proceedings of the Police Jury will be found interesting. See first page. On account of the great length of the proceedings of the Police Jury, we have to cut short our locals and editorials. Cotton quotations closed in New Orleans last Saturday as follows: Ordinary...................... ...... I ~, Good Ordinarzy ...................... 11 Low Middling ..................... 11 Middling ........................... 1, Good Middling ..................... 12. 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. — 17 January 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. xr w , 'Ora, Lenmt Itsit to A oId zub Lra., tURDA, I& tANAu 17a, 188. Om. Ek. II CLFAX, GANT PiHIS, LA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1880. tNO. 10 ohm T URNR, a large supply of WINTER GOODS I S, low and will be gsnlt m Proes. RD SoCUarAt, TO ANu i rpIow VANE, Os, il,, Dyer, aWuffe , ,3T MIEDICINES o0 ma nly kept in a sl4-1y adsL ýaul ES gprthandise, for Cash! 0B TOUkSELVE peuma . m aa oLs i PIEDSON SHIHG Glop op hel5, with a SOseeds forA Y TRADE. Imem et. o.D. 1y , BABIN., Skin IALTIES: A k -.. - - OODWY M Me muvA WALE, SA fte n be Ue.~, with ,. hs thel 'C hr n, espi bet. ***flleas twe r a.r, three - hal. -d -***=* hA r ** Jses 4.e.. ~Pli~YIn@La A. A. DEAN, COLFAX ........ LO UIIANA DSALUR IN ORY 0000$ GUOCERIES, HAXDWA1I, CUTLERY. TIN a HOLLOW WARn TOBACCO, MeUGS _4a MEDICINES, PAINTS, SOAPS o.rrorTW s, pzzraWa r HATs, SOOTs, Al Goods usually kept in a Country Store. Whoie ALL TEN atSDICIas eam cembe obtelaed. ~ i~ -mE .ba P_: THE SUN FOR 1880. Sa newspaper, 'Ih...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 17 January 1880

TIIIE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - JAI'ISIANA. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. -Hannah Adams was the pioneer among literary women in America. She wrote a book entitled " Views of all I,:ligions,'' which caused her to be le,,ed upon with curiosity, awe and dis like, as a woman monster. -(;race ('Mebtwbod's daughter Annie, who went abroad with her mother to cultivate her voice for the stage, has re nounced that project. She says the Eu.ropean plan for cultivating the voice is entirely too harrowing for her. -Among Mrs. Dinah Maria Mulock Craik's pretty poems there is none pret ticr than " Philip, My King ." Few of those who read and are fond of this lii(.i.o of verse know that the baby it glorilies is now Mr. P'hilip Bourke Mars ton, the blind poet. lie is Mrs. Cralk's godson. -Koesuth is about to publish the memoirs of his life, and has issued an allpeal for subscriptions. It is sad to learn that the veteran orator, now in his seventy-eighth year, has been forced to undertake thi...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 17 January 1880

m tse Christian Union.] i og colored goods can grai -rg e washing by just wet- wid, Ssa ldisg it over a light- var e ech. Tbe gas from the do 1 d Lat~h is almost sure to disc d one e i one has a nice grass and e clothes can be exposed ing sear snnsuhine, all white spo bd dirty can be washed atn i O irt the trouble of reg a vs time, fuel (and in tior aid In the country some- lead Sae itealof expense), use ily in good clean suds see, I, at once out of the suds le:n or to bleach. Leave sou v mo.-until the colored erec d ad coarse articles are any Sad hung out-thentake ally r .the gras . pass them tha S a. Uid Clean, hot, but not very on i l then through a large trey e llbued rinsing-water, and I Far " U . This gives all white p t color. If there is no wra r. mode of bleaching can say Spa Souasekeers complain mo S a turn yellow in wash- be t c ais not understand why 20Th Wethink they will soon Th Wst iitey will take the trou- in to ersee the washing as to gra ld s teClothes are put o...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 17 January 1880

clie Colfar (ronirld . , \ H .......... PRUOPRIeron elil i. ; . GOO fD 'YN , EDI'TOR and PUBLISHER. er be SHCtitDAY, JANUARY 17, 1880. pei lio AGENTS. we ):I:. A. A. GooDpwN. of Alexandria, is n authorized agent of the. ('H uInNIcLE, anrd w8 SillI ecoltrwut for ailv:itltm:ruentut and re r -. suhuhucriptionl. M,:;uu:r. MICCAIN & Bno., of Montgosn- La I %. are our anthorizud agents. it. iin ;°.Jusldicial Adverltisement mast be paid' fru iin aduance, or they will be diseoetinsued an ftter tke irst i~n*urtion. SLOCAL DOTS. Cu What of the Leap Year party so th, much talked of.? ha A full assortment of spectacles at he T. M. Biossat's, Alexandria. j go an Paish scrip of 1878 for sale at pi this office at 75 cents on the dollar. i Sewing machines and attachmemts at T. M. Biossat's, Alexandria. an «0 en Dr. Deal has gone on a visit to be Baltimore, to see his aged mother, as and will be absent until next May. in We wish him a pleasant trip. er We have received E. Baker's Al- - manse and...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 24 January 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. I emo ratiOc rnalF , bRbottb to Sotal anb Tcncral jtSns, liftrature, 4titne, gricultur, 1ct. ý -=- -COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1880. ENO. 11. DRIA CARDS. Coi 3, TURNER, l wt, pc erdllte,A La. Sit lTed a large supply of FLL AI WINTER GOODS ! iAIvI" bought low a:ld will be ld t Bottom Prices. 1 GOODS, GROCERIES, COI u ,WA& CUTLERY, TIN AND OLLOW WARE, s: ts, Oils, perfumery, Dye Stuffs, D I BOOTS, CLOTHING, SADDLERY, pATENT MEDICINES Boo0 Ml a MOOoDS usually kept in a s14-1y gfiods! New Goods! ug ivred by the undersigned, a well aortedl tock of BILEN OODS, CALICOES -AND aasgal Merchandise, Cr< mast aud will be sold for Cash! ~ p FOR YOULlSI:.V\1 Attr OL.D STAND.. UNilG & BOLTON, rPINEILT.F. IAi W ORiLEANS CA .l).. IISLER & PIERSON MattSlbO o0008i WiVklk sad Ble.lt, %m Iliad 15 Camp Street, J1WT ORLEANS, LA. I 4ldeptmeut up stairs, with a n L ra of Goods for CUNTRY TI:ADE. S blS*lr sf meaiure sent on appli m. Gods srnt C 0. D. ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 24 January 1880

TIIIE CRONICLE. ee COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. a be ITEMS OF INTEREST. to do Personal and Literary. fri -Russians who are devoted to Dick- in ens are eagerly looking forward to a ha translation of his letters promised by a St. Petersburg firm. th -Ruskin refused $400 from Scribner , for a short article on the church of St. te Mark, and Browning, the poet, stuck up er his nose at $1,000 which accompanied cc the same proposition. li -Rosa Bonheur has just bought am magnificent lion from the Zoological le Garden at Marseilles, at the price of at 5,0x0) francs, and is painting its portrait cl for next year's Salon. -The late John T. Delane, for so M many years the editor-in-chief of the ]N London Times, scarcely ever wrote a o1 line for the paper himself, but used H other writers as most men use a pen. a -Kinglake, the historian, is a lawyer i as well as the heir to a large property. h lie has all his life long studied plans of p battle in war, and he rode beside Rag lan in the Crimea. He is...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 24 January 1880

FAgI TOPICS* lit' S TLC WA'.TE5. Ie is an advanced idea J0 wthe order of farming ne S Id . It will be sug- an sl lead the farmer to save er aarlse be allowed to be- i Many complain that otI a"ford to buy fertilizer for f while at the same time ye s ,~ai g enough material for wI t olE ,be lost. A part of the wt r for the compost heap, th St construct a shed on a Is ommer time haul in sev- I s as a foundation for pl this will absorb the liquid er S bthe next spring it will ly saturated that it will W( the rest in value. On m _L, pile every thing to be ist' 0 "CLhazb mber-slops and soap- he iblo to add to it. When i 0Iitimea comes mix the offal or . Let the contents of the is hr etme to time, mingled with th tiplaelter, be taken to the a a little effort a rich fer- B3 . may be collected, worth 5u I mycommercial manure, be- frt I wil contain not only elements - ecrops, but to permanently oil. The hen-house is a wherein to start a heap, and if earth or sa s ly spread over it there Pt j 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. — 24 January 1880

L cý ;e44ar Qýt;% a titttlc. . N SH ........... PIOPITOR E- c, GOOrWY1\T, EDITOR and pUBLISHER. \ IlVRDAY, JANUARY 24, 186o. AGEN Ntf. r.. A. A. Goopwls. of Alexanlria. is a :artlrized ageut of the (:IC i ,vI(5Jt , atd il cot r.tet for adviineitmnlts :. Utl r,. ' " t .isthcript ions. .\1,t in. ,lcC( sl & fa:r., <.f 1ontl ,l a* re ouir a;Lt hortiz (I agtll ti. LOCAL4 I)OTS. A. lull assortmenit nf spectscles a.t T. M. Biossat's, Alvanudris Parish scrip of IXt7 for sale at this office at 76 cents on the dollar. Mr. Hiram µ,ilhamwson lost a little dangbter, aged shont five years, on the night of January 16th. Send your watches, clocks and jewelry to T. M. Biossat, jeweler, Alexandria, La., to be repaired. Mr. 0. W. Lane and wife arrived in Colfa last Tuesday on tihe steam boat Charmer. They will probably remain several weeks. Cotton quotations closed in New Orleans last Saturday as follows: ()rdinuary.......................... 111 l(aI,,d Ordinary ...................... 1 Low Mid...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 31 January 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Sen taraxic auOLx, GtbatNc to aotal arb ite ral eDos, itmerature, 3enme, 8grit It.rt, etc. COL III. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1880. INO. 12. jLDRIA CARDS. I. TURNER, J~~/tee, pgleerve,. La. ~seilved a large supply of fiL WINTER GOODS! ,a lve bought low and will be - at Bottom Prices. l UPS, GROCERIES, UIAI, CUTLERY, TIN AND ; ,fLOW WARE, si.nts, Oils, Perfumery, Dye Stuff's, MOE 0 BOOTS, CLOTHINGO, BADDLERY, PATENT MEDICINES A& 000D86 asally kept in a tlte, 1.1sl4-ly Ssgis! HNew Goods! M metled by the undersigned, a as well asorted stock of NILEN GOODS, CALICOES AND- Oerml Merchandise, aMrb amst and will be sold ip for Cash! CALLD as POFR YOUIISELVES At mr Orn SrrAM. IULmG & BOLTON, 44N PsvrLtn. IA. 11W ORLEANS CARDP. WIEBlR £ PIERSON aeseseare to l; Iflaear, erw 'ne, J. HewRs, Uhesim and htan, Ie U aid 15 Camp Street, NEW' OILEANS, LA. elsh patme- n uptirs, with a AJ am of oods for COUNTRY TRADE. lLimalf ameasure sent on appli ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 31 January 1880

COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. 1TEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. -Grace Greenwood's daughter has gone on the Londen stage. -Mrs. Ilosq Lathrop, a daughter of Nathaniel Hawthorne, is a contributor to her husband's paper, the Boston Courier. She is also a good painter. -Mr. George C. Hill announces hi retirement from the chief editorship of the Boston Post, after 15 years' service. It is reported that he is to become editor of the Boston Economist. -Matthew Arnold has a face some what spare of flesh, with large features. llis chin, lips, and nose are large; he wears mutton-chop whiskers, is near sighted, and his somewhat wavy hair is parted in the middle. -Victor Hugo is said to know little or nothing of America. Although for 10 years a resident of the Island of Guern sey in the British Channel, he under stands hardly a word of English. When the name of Ralph Waldo Emerson was mentioned to him, he looked puzled. "Mr. Emerson," said he, giving a French accent to the name. "Who is ho? 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. — 31 January 1880

da a upin the middhlt " d mI y? i you have al pw- fortune to see one, f!fit reached the zenith ab A. Aý bonnie Scotch to ,. liat-wMte locks" that ' t 1red toi speak of, with lag - ia lath are almost childish Li ýd 'and ehbyuess, with pret-h that wear the lovely tdt.I health, with a sup-, -a taý~ re~ and neat foot, en- it ,I ±ib hick-oled boot, the m, slightly browned b is S yres. A "lassie" withi alt p t a sight as one int Son these cloudy, disagree- liv ust sch a tdainty "lassie" r ble seen in a household in i adile more than a week ago. an f now. She does not ex- tai r kthe memory of her friends MI R e receptacle of sorrow, tsl. l~,er place there is a wom of brightness or happi- on a -" She has '"hig blue are dull and expression- pU r brilliancý being washed Pof tweepngs. her face it i an d thin. The spright- of ý"' woe gave a charm to her of f-ireae, has gone, and she nu Sa old woman who has ih sad has discovered that 1s i rtlaof bitterness and care. era s dm eaed picturs are of...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 31 January 1880

cu b ifal r 4tb rnnirtl. H. G. GOOD WT , LDITOR and PUBLISHER. Subscription S2 a Year. In advance. S \UT RDAY, JANUARY 31, 18!0. --f.lnditlal Ad4rerlieemests meat hbe paid e , udruanc, or they will bc ,i.oun,luswed :, r the first imsertios. AGENT.S. 'Ia. A. A. Goupwrs. of Alexendris, is : uthorized a.gut of the C(HHNI.,; antd i couutr.ct fur advertiMonuent and re Si, Mubacriptious. Msi1,'rs, McC.Iw fi pso., (.f Mouutgum i-ry. are our auttihoris d agents. LOCAL -DOTS. Pa',ish scrip of 187B for sale at this office at 75 cents on the dollar. Judge Ragan has moved from the Harrison place back to his own resi dence at Montgomery. Send your watches, clucks and jewelry to T. M. Biosuat, jeweler,' Alexandria, La., to be repaired. Blackbirds are swarming about in great numbers If they don't thin out corn will stand a poor show this spring. The commissions for the various parish and ward offiers elected in December have been received at the Clerk's office. Mr. A. A. Dean has gone to New Orlea...

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 February 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE... Setmoctratic gournal, bebatzb to ataI anb 6nueral Sebr, r iterabtur, $itnce, Sgri mit, etc. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1880. INO. 1 . oree . to the /O a BOLTON. are B,-I kee, constantly on stock y i8 MAD CLOTHING. MDVWARE CUTLERY, NS, Etc., Etc., s be as the LO-WEdT D fod r YeOurelvsS. O@LTON a, 00. r h ,k 8,1 1!l0. ja7-1y *M. BIOSSAT, TTCH.MAKE R -AUD ap Clocks, - sm p ote Town Hall, S ALXANDRIA, LA. L rUNER, samns , aJ...ule. Lu. -0il4"d aa verge spply of I rr- EW YORK I rgg 1ev lw and will be 3sttom Prices. SINCEMlES, CUTLLY, TIN AND Ei~kiC 5018, CLOTHING, MEDICINES, * agt lly kept in a Arat SHa trel, 1.. E IERCNANT, -i b s....New Orlea., la _s.h . ta to the sale of  traw, Wl, Moas, Bees. sad all other County ll deees made on all aob .ghbetegy arange lab O Ha1n PLAUcHc hetls, it will be to the sirn eatomea to ad LI to advacese on .iA. DUCROS, Merchant Mil Sager Factor, IS et, up ir-. fe as*axa, LA. uh Eb Mn toe soa of sdel  et h...

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 1880

TIHE CHIIRONICLE. COLFAX, - . LOUISIANA. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal sand Litrary. -Harvard University has in its libra rv a set of Goethe's works which he himself presented. -Prof. F. Blase of Kiel has discovered on a sheet of Egyptian parchment a fragment of one of the plays of Eurip Ides. -Mr. Blacsk has written a novel dealing with the secret political associations of the day, called " Sunrise; a story of the Times." --Ole Bull now resides at Cambridge, Mass. He in a near neighbor of Long fellow, and has dedicated a composition for the violin to the poet. -Mark Twain tells a new joke about Artemus Ward never before in print. Ward said to Twain one day, "I have done too much fooling, too much tri fling; I am going to write something that will live." Clemens asked him what it would be, and Artemus an swered promptly, "A lie." --Henry W. ILngfellow's seventy third birthday is to be celebrated in Cincinnati on the 27th of February proaimo by 16,000 pupils of the public schols . The ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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