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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 26 February 1881

Nre-aL r 1peet lMrelt. un itr tersi owtrer -s woientlts as tb the simultsaneous of all the major planets toethvirpe in ilictibgdkre reouits and b tiuia the mpet fearful ca~aitkles nl hlistory tie dOsulCsg * astatthW dtm' t-4tici a l'rofessi''Lewis flvat a s ter to the Bioehhteaesl Kw.hk. he says: For the last two yre-ir the ` mind has been` xceitd to' an tnnal  c degree oVer'tbe statehhbnts made by a few visionary enthasiasts, who, wit a V great flourish of appar, t wisdom, have Y siread befsre the world the predictaon that, owhni to the silnltaneoils arrival bb of the major planets to their perihelia g. during the present year, the most dread- 1; ful calamities ever recorded in history J are to occur, such as earthquakes on a Svast and destreuctive scale, devastating tornadpe widespread peotilezne, great Si loss e life by shipwree.s, ftminie -cad to wars hnd a thlesand other things too g1 dreadful to contemplate. In al com- d imunitie there is a crtain class who at will give 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. — 26 February 1881

r tgaifar nmonir. hATUitjAV .W (ABYeT 4S , l2k u a. after the irot iuaeu. I I AGENT . Ms. A. A. woowtx.n of Alexandria. Is an sathoaesd agent of the Cana tes, and Ex will con$reet for advertiseaeits and re- re sews sabsriptioas. Messrs. McC.x & Rao.. of Montgoa- atL ry, are our suthoriced agent". Br LOCAL. DOTS. u"' Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic prevents Malaria. wh Nice gold jewelry and silverware se at FiE:nwso!I & ScnssIe'S. Jo reedsa Gilt Edge Tonic cares Dypepsia.1W Solid silver patent lever watches Cc for $12 50 and upward at igi FrusceoN & SCNIACK's. tb, esl (ilt Edge Tonic cares Fever and Ague. The Colfax school has resumed, t Miss Josephine Newman, succeeeds be Miss Hero. ,TI The tax colleetor of Lincoln parish It' has collected over $1700 poll tax up Lb to date. This, too, out of about 1900 registered votere What parish can p, show better colleetions? Grant perish can beat that. Out of 1030 registered voters our tax col- M leetor has collected $1286 poll tax s up to...

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. — 5 March 1881

THE COLFAx --- - -*". '.* .-i - VO 1VJratCOLFurnAX, GRtATb Po ARIS anb Stntra! TURD, MCitHa ,8, {2R0 #r VOL. IY, } COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA,, -SATURDAY, MARQII 5, 1881,ax ~ THE OOLFASX H O NROiOE, Published Every aturday, at C(olfax, Giant Ptrish, La., -. G3. GQOO DWY , EDITOR aad PROPRIETOR. " T Il8PAPER & ('. d Vert Y* r Bu wae i( Iaswuv . wheretad rdeal I7 EMS OF 8UBSCRIPTION. Oue eopy, one yar.................. 00 t)I c py. six woutbs.............. 1 25 iz col*e.~, oue year ................l 0 t 'ayable iuvariably iu advauce. RATE8 OF ADVERTISINGO. First innertion chargwe double price. aPACs. It. A. 2w a. tU 6. 1 Jyr. t inhes. 1 3 9 c3 n la sI 1 3( t 5 h 7 1 l 57 4 inc,'se . 3 6 6 7. t 156 Ui 6 incaes. d' 4 7 Uu0 (t+16 U31 !a eeuen !i 12 buý17 :d30 S:2 W00 1 lcolllmln 0,i1 ) V 1.50 : dl Ut) Ofli.ial advertisemenlt $1 per sqcare for first iimertioa; ekch mubsequent publica ti.ºu 0U set. per equae. Brief remmiantieolts upon sabject+ of mblie -serest solmated, but no attent...

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. — 5 March 1881

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. TWO 8CENE FRODM AN UXNPUB LIfIED DRAMIA. It was in a ardea shady, Where the mw,nbeams softly lay, That a lover a rd blh lady Met. a sad farewell to say. The' were sighs and sobe in plenty, Locks of hair and flowers, I ween. Trn-types, too-the youth was twenty, an the maiden seentoen. And hie were moist sad shiny, As he his love to tell While she, turned on the briny Most imeessfully and well. Then they vowed, in terms calorio, Nothlng should their true love sever, And were really Plnaforic In their frequent use of " Never." Well, they met. When many seasons Neutly had the past nterred. Doubtless both had had good reasons Why the meeting was deferred. Is a widow's cap. beguiling, he ws u(very strange Is lifet, While he came up, pleased ad miling, With his pretty seoond wite. . II .a were made and hands were shaken, Tt "n old times were gayly quoted. Cblrped be: " If I'm not mistaen, Wasn't I once quite devoted?" " Was Itout " She gave another Sm...

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. — 5 March 1881

UIHU TIE, r /gi, *lc o, L6a e, ' Iociwroh., daresm o dn, Cmam 9.wfQAAay&. iuruIr & 00. T. ad t a I ire a d fst aid Evas, aId aerd Slhtie aud deas.* Dkam... is aý....gý;ý.... DA. Y@LI A n . TUTT'8PIIL1 Lou oc Wp sdsm te dead, wiha  i ne a exerts Painund th dt soriUe IaL Ski*,wari. sma womrax o aK th raxm it uIm dr.Wat euls, ra LYDIUA U PIMEMAM'S M y MP Aii _.It..ml s asam s. .. a s...mTU ]eaO mAIQ'ý e T Dmpha 6t . t -" nu o a ýe. ml a.W  M..o UL..b . des* Pm n..4 me..t .. O. sh .oppsi dnlesswmaa Yla " 285 t 295 vased to I2AIR2S: zE-.a Ihe Empress of mera sy at Church. Three weeks ago the Empress of Germany with a retinue of servants came to Baden, and a week later the Emperor with his suite and the whole German court arrived from Berlin. The royal household, the court included, occupy the Hotel Mesmer, which the proprietor retains exclusively for his royal guests during their stay. This hotel is only separated from the Con versationhaus and the beautiful grounds! where ...

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. — 5 March 1881

L£ 4ltj4..I MA nKl c.?Ur it. Subscripforti2 a Year, in atdvance. a .: Judi - " w st  , ,. . e. pek e f'r i:; n a ll Le deiscoNet+ de I a ter thie /ui " _ _ _ - : _ - -. .... ! "111 i. 8. 'u Mn. A. A. O Ax, of Alexandria, i: o an a: heriKd a~l~ of tbhe lJitdlIC., and will ccL trast fi advcrtic~SUett aud re ei's r. , Iý"& !. ,rt f3 Mooutg' "na ---- - ____r- - - SLOCAL . DO TS. c Luwv ,tiddlactg cotton rules ilt New Orleans at 10e; Good Ordinary 9Ve0 It..', (;ilt Edge Todl IFrvvtnts Malartl ia S'i aaru glad to see the ebbeerfl face of our friend .' McNeely r among us again. ' : Mrs. l5eal 'has'setllreed, from the city after an abeance of three n weeks. f< ti Nice gold jewelry and silverware at Fsnovos & ScsHiA's. e lReed's (ilt Edge Tonic cures Dyapepsia. U Mr. MleKuight went down on the Jesse K. Bell to be gone for a short t( time. a -Solid silv6rJ p ai 4 re we se U for $12 50 and 'pwr at r ] fnttsox & Semnsca's . Reed's ail4)t 'Jiiii $*"l% The Chiero ' = ! w b'at i...

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. — 12 March 1881

THE COLFAX CHR ONIC LE. A ernocratic aumral, btbottb to otalr au #tntrd bebs, Tittraturt, Sctirt, 6gti a t st. VOL. IV.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1881.. E,: 1t I ~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ----- ...I_. . . ll II III i-7" THE OOLFAX OHBOIIOLE, Published Every oatarday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., --r-- I-- G. GOODW'YN, º EDITOR andl PROPRIETR. SBEMB OF BUBSCBIPTION. Oue copy. ore year................. 00 One copy, Af eanths ............... 1 35 ix coz'ee, one year ................10 WL 'Payable invariably i advaLee. ATME8 !7 ADVBRBTIbV. First ineartie charg4 double price. WrACt. It ls. V.. 3m. Sm. lyr. 1 inch... 1 3 5 900 . iuche l  3! 7 6 9 1575 3ioches 1 3 6 7 1' 50 4 ianches-. 8 7 15 s inche. 0 16 00 columna 8 19 7 00 1 colam t 00 Official advertiaente $1 per square for Arst insertion; each subseqaeat publi#e tiom 50 cents per square. Brief commanieatious upao ebjeets of public interest aeleited, but mo attaentio will be paid to anenymous writesr. Address: CuOnoxNcra,...

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. — 12 March 1881

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - * - LOUISIANA. TIIE BEART OF A ROSE. A rosme like a bolow cup with a brim A brim as pink as the ferglow: Dea dowkn n it bear. gold stamens swim, Tremrle anld swim i9 4 se of in ,w. My Love set It Aafe in a vu stal glass, G;ently petals lost down at noon. ow. in a whisper. my Love's voIe said: Siok .uiSok! [nan hour it will be deed. I picked It beHe mit ila die a. nso. Now, Istena. dear Beat, the seonds ea. What the rose will say," my Love's voice id. I Inok and I lten. The Bushed ppink brim 14 still as Jane's wlset aIftergw; lilent as atsl the gold stamns swim. Tremble and swlm In their sea of snow. I dare mot breathe on the ta ilas, Lest one sweet eal should a t soon. False was the whsper my Love's voice sail If he had out picked It had been dead. But now It will ive an eternal moon. And I shall hear, the seconds pass. What the rose will ay till I am dead. -Seriiamdr's Mnthly. THE ADVENTURE OF A RUNAWAY KINO. A King roaunning aw from his kin dom, with all h...

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. — 12 March 1881

MEAT SERMA REMEDY IOU EdATICA, LINSaW, 3AOSQO, 8013~1q3 wrm CHEST, THROAT, I -s~r ýrasr FROSTED FEET &AN EARL TOOTH, EAR. ... HEMADAHE -~n 'n~ p~~ b minusm MUW kec· qnris Ca l yAl y l eII l r lr (WI-I _ *uuws Ui. WA& T TOR part vr~i~i~U A0osa. Apin te 1 des b fui BOLD LD s Ywmxm P5 sc . W@NAWS iimm.ezRX~ uom .L LTDAL FISIý NL11M~, LYDIA I. PINKIIAM'S Nth tl o..ei a .5 T- .en~io. S IAO ý_. __ ii° _'_ýis rwieFn. 33l emj res beshy Se1 rmeLt fwB1 ssj rminus(meta arr lmA. Rw U~·m~C~urs.ee O~lr~ei aetr rum, De a.~ ~·kmmrrrO~ Iw I~ 3.4b ICA3o & CO.,IC ISt.~ Jet. 103L SACIlErl 31 3S ~k . ASTHMA.C LLIC tY JONASd WHITOOME'S r REMEiiy E~?&~m~,bmme mY - Muebrr e~wem b U~lmbm k Ir3rlSO~U,1O1 I Ur~~I ~b r~l~lrr I rl~9Y~l~llkr II rr uauo a L1 1 - --- --a ASTHIIIU .IOWb WnTCOI~~~a -LIbI ~' wlrc~Pln~r*p rt IIMtrJI.1[ A21BOB. -Vennor is to become an Ameriesa citizea. -William D. Bloxham Is the only Governor of Florida born within the bounds of the State. -General Garfield will be Pres...

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. — 12 March 1881

SATUKIAY. MAltef I 1 t 881. Subsoription 5 aI Yee. In adsvnoe. the -Juiid icre i arnsUeta Me" pS fail P for isn adence, tr iy kni be diseeateaaed tb4 after the frst userties. _h AGExTS. the Ma. A. A. Goonwnr. of Alexandria. in of an authorised agen of tbe Ouoxritt., and t will contract for advertieSments. and re ceive subacriptioel. __ Meagre. McCwan & Bo.. of _Mtes- Es .ry, are our authorized a0ate - LOCALt DOTS. qu, w.- - see Low Middling cotton rules in New the Orleans at 10je; Good Ordinary 9 I Ried'*1 Gilt 1als. Toni. pevenits MalariL a Mr Thoa. Alliseon. ~perly a resi- is dent of this parieb, died hi Texas on 8p about the 25th of Febrosry last. Nice gold jewelry and silverware (ea at Faousow & Sca's. cal Reed's Gilt Edpe'eati e ars Dyspepsia. 1N as Mr. Clement Peas died at his ina home a few miles north of Colfax on di the 7th inst. - Solid silver patent lever watches w for $12 50 pad upward at tic Fasauve & "&roa'sk. bo Rteeda Gilt Edg Tones restors appetit....

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. — 19 March 1881

THIE COL FAX CHRONICLE V IemVtrati OLral, GeRAfiN to aotaI aSb a neralA StRos, ttfirature, Stime, 1gri.l"r, t . VOL. IV.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1881. NO. 19. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., -r- E. C-- C-OODW1F14, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 2ERM8 OF BUBBCBIPTION. One copy, onedear. ...............2 00 One copy, six months ............... 1 95 Six colies, one year ................10 00 Payable invariably in advance. BATE8 OF ADVERTISING. Firs tinsertion charged double price. rsm s. It. lm. am. 3m. 6m. lyr. I inch... 1 501 00 3 6 900 2 oinches. 1 00 2 f 3 6 37 59 5 75 3 inche0s. O 5 0 500 12 :13 50 4 lnche s. 7 625 8 7515( 15 25 Sinches. 4 7 00 16 3000 Scolumn 8 12 17 530 52 00 1 colum 8 O15 200 30 50 8000 Ofllial advertiements $1 per square for fir insertion; each suabequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief communieations upon subjects of public interest solicited, but no attention will be paid to anonymous wr...

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. — 19 March 1881

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - *- LOUISIANA. THE EARL Y BIRD. "Come, Ulittle p" the old bird ulid, in most enVdearg term, "You must be sary out of bet If you wousl eatc the worm." The smaleet tf the feathery herd A puny little thin- Outspran the tender baby-bird To grb for worms ad s. And lo! she found an early worm It was a moaster, too he chirped, "O, you m writhe and squirm, But I wWgohbbe you! That birdit's chirp, the rest strm,. Was never after heard. And ft's surmised it was the worm That caught the early bird. THE STORY OF A TRAMP. That's what they call me-yes, mm -a tramp. Don't be afraid, mem, I wouldn't harm a hair of yer head. Jest let me se here on the shady steps and rest a bit. If ye have a crust o' bread handy -ah! thankee, thankee, mem. Ye have a kind o' friendly, pitiful face as seems to say ye don't think so bad o' me as some do. We're a hard lot-a hard lot-us tramps, an' people have a hate an' dread of us that klndo' knocks us lower and lower, an' makes us feel more 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. — 19 March 1881

FARM AND FIRESIDE -Earthy mould should nevr. be washed from potatoes, carrots, or other roots, until immediately before they are to be cooked. -To. make grafting wax use four parts of rosin, one of beeswax and one of tallow. Apply it warm, in liquid state, with a small wooden paddle. -Hickory-Nut Cake.--One and a half cups of sugar, haltf a cup of butter, two cups of flour, three-fourths of a cup of sweet milk, one cup of hiokory-nuts, one teaspoonful of cream of tartar, one half teaspoonful of soda, whites of four eggs. -Pig's Foot Cheese.-Boil the hocks and feet of equal quantity loose in a pot till the meat will fall freely from the bones; season well with pepper and salt; put into a pan while hot and press it. Cut in slices and serve with vinegar or Worcester sauce. -A Bushel Box.-A box to hold s heaped bushel should be sixteen and three-eighths inches long, fourteen inches wide and twelve inches deep. It may be made by cutting the end boards fourteen inches long amd twelve inch...

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. — 19 March 1881

e t ifao t anide. II SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1881. ter rod' Subscription 82 a Year, in advance, and bee rJudiCdsl AdeerMtss ebU mast he paid hit for in advance, or theI will tk disesaed awe after the first inserti. two AGENTS. tior Ms. A. A GooewDL, of Alexandri. is not an authorized agent of the Ollltorrc, and lees will contract for advertisemelts and re- rigi seive nuberiptions. Messrs. McCam & Bao.. of Montgom ery. are ear authorized agents LOCAL DOTS. Well, thank ye; how are you? Bright, beautiful weather this. at Fei Reed's tGilt EdSge Taia perervp Maai and Ntice gold jewelry and silverware i at Fasouson & Sama's. - Low Middling cotton rules in New Orleans at 101e; Good Ordinary 94c. Drv After a .ootinuon ties for three weeks or more the river started on the down grade this week, and ha . fallen four or five incbes. Th Reed's Gilt Edge Tonio cures DysIpepsi. do poi Solid silver patent lever watchee me for $12 50 and upward atto Fsoausou I & Bonnoa's. Co Miss Josephine N...

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. — 26 March 1881

THE :COLFAX GROIT7 V IOtmadat, Grntal , bStbttb to oatal anb 6thrra aeRs, 8ifrrait rt, t i, tt. YOL. IV. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 188 1(.0.2 THE 0OLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -By i-H. C3. G4OO:D -W"3r ", EDITOR sad PROPIIETOR. rTHI a nAP R be aou on . aMt 4ew. A . TEMS .OF SUBSCBIPTION. One o.py, one year ................. 00 One Dopy, i months.............. 125 Six c one year ................1000 jable invariably in advance. rEs OF ADVRBTLBIXG. First insertion charged donble pries, arAc i. It. S I .a 3w. m. S yr. I inch... 50 1 5 S 3 00 5 9W S inehes. I 00 2 5 95 9 S 7 31 nee. 1 0 3 5 007 50 K 50 4 liuehes. 2 37 6 25` 8 7 15 5 25 6 inoches.i 50 4 LO 016 00 i 12 0 17 30 00 1 lan 1r` 00:10 0 00 Ofltkial advertisements $1 per square for flst asuertion; each subsequent public. tioa 50 cents per qugare. Brief comnmnaieatins upon subjects of public interest solicited, but no attention will be paid to anouymous 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. — 26 March 1881

THE CHRBONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. I AND AY WWKKTHEART. I and my sweetheart spelt together; Our ages were together ten: How sad to waste the sweet spring weather In the old dame's fusty den: White Illa, fragrant, graceful cool, Tapped at the window of the school; Alas, too well ourdoom we knew There was a eseeslous Mree tree, tool I and my sweetheart dwell toeether; Many teas are our ases now: Valished L youthm's y violet weather, Stay's the old damea frownnllg brow. Dame Natues keeps the etmrnal school, And grows keen twis to o the ool; But looks away with wrdonln eye,' When we play truant, my love cad 1. HER 80N'S WIFE. "0O Tom! Toml I did not think she could be so cruel!" The speaker was an elderly woman, in widow's weeds, and the picture she was gasing at showed a girlish face, fair and delieste, with dimpling cheeks and a pair of soft blue eyes. Tom-Raymond was his mother's idol -at least, as much of an idolaswas consistent with her devout adherenoe to the I)ecal*; but 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. — 26 March 1881

A lUy ..a .u. My idea sagnasao'isal d rsi wmy. been that it was very reekti-d certei with a white substtace resemb!iug nr tar before the msad is mixed with it. I imagined, too, that it exhaled an odor differing somewhat from the omange groves of Tahiti. Bad I not been told that I wease aSo esland I wehi not now have kain Itfrom the amtrow d ing. Instead of ueing rocky the soil was mellow and dark, and everywhere vegetation was most luxuriant. The air was remarkably clear and pure. During a walk around the island I then learned that there are two kinds of guano, or, rather, that of certain quali ties which all guano possesses some of these qualities predominat6 in that found in a given locality, while guano taken from islands • differ ently located possesses in a much stronger degree some other essen tials. .This the guano of the islands of the coast of South America, exposed to the rays of a tropical sun, where the surface of the land is never cooled, and where rain seldom or nev...

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. — 26 March 1881

bft C al 0Ua bEp ssiuh. ..a.1 . S I ha SATURDAY, MACK 6, 1881. the Act diplem Subsapt On lea Year, In advance. "the b atd be tViJild-.Wm U m~ast be paid the Ste Jur i a dsess r'MT wiN be dijaCtitd e enp. qfter the FAet Sde*i to shbo has bt AGENTS. pretty Ms. A, A. Goopww, of Alexandris, in :ret an aufthlriszd a nt of tke CHRnrwe.s, and Itl will contract for advertisements and re eeive sbertlons. Th Meeso. MOcCl & BRo., of Moutgotn- and WV cry. are our rathorized agPnts. at Col - Fergus IOC4AL DOTS. and j PlantiIg is in foal blast. The peten Poliae jary meets April 4th. River fall, but falling slowly. Bea Res" ge Todd prevents ]alari. LE Nie.god jewelry and silverware at FraouaOr & ScusAs's. Low Middling eotton rules in New Op Orleans atcie; Good Ordinary 8Jte raus Sunday Mr. H. J. Odam was thro!n from his horse near Mont- BE gomery and badly hurt. That Reed'. Gilt Edge Toni restores appetite. Judge W. F. B~ekman, Atorney to se R. P. Banter and Mr. A. A. Goodwin, Cour • ...

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 April 1881

THE COLFAX CLROF Stcmoarrati journal, btbotet to TotaI anb (tntraf S 3tsrtu, lt'itne, VOL. 1V.# COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 2. 1881. THE 03LFAX OHRONICLE, 'n.liisdl Eeiry Asiatlday, at (Colfax, (al aut Paishell, La., -ur- EDITOR aid PiOPIIETOR. S wIPER . i t I*y' |l wi'ai "m. T EtM' uF SMLCB&aClTPO.V. 4a)&e rol.y. oluo year. ............. 00 (i , .r1. ai. , sun ..tlhs. ............. I 25 Stilt 4,. 4 utlt '* M .... ... _........ LU too" t .LalAc iu~uriably iL advanco. A TES OF .4D IERTISING. 1'irt iltu. tiuol c1hared doulue *price. rrAtr K ". 11-. I .I l 3w( . G.. i .yr. I ir... 1 5 5 Jis eus.4. 11 . w : 7a a J l a 1S 75j itn elw'.' it 5,13 J 5 W 7 ~jlY u2 Su !) a me ..v1 , ' I 7 Yili, 25 I ialce* . g 1n '4 7W 7 uu 00ulti b'l.j 00 1 "el's *Mi4 k 1 4 (A: i 6 541 7 Z 50117 Uu W.t t 1 rc.. lso u '4 /l, A1.i Uu.tl , Wil U 111 t U 0 4tsllatl .eilret tolasent r$1 i.r wlqlue f, r il.s I-.,'s1t ..pi; each lMn t eq a cst t pubica ti .ia ..:u. c Lt er E14l14e. 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. — 2 April 1881

THE 6IONICE COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. THE BO.YN OF TILE HORSE. Pull ! Pull Pull ! Over crumbling s ow and the slipperr Ice, Over ridges rounhened by man's device; At risk of linI) and our live4 por price, We Must pull! pull. pull! Pull I Pull I Pull ! No mercy shown la the pled up load I No meeyeparess he aep and geed I Till we drop, worn ou n the frozen road. It is pull! pull I pull! Pull! Pull Pull! o paamr steps from the crowde4 oar When snoter r -Uouk t Is not far To his owna dwe horses ae To pail! pl! Puit PullI Paol There was a time when we al were Ill, And our masters found it was all up kill When they head themselves oar plaes to dii, APd to pull pull! pull! Pull! PulI Pull! If ever the world turns round to show That mue nor beast should be made to p Beyond his strength. thea our friends wll know now we puB! punll! pull! --Bslon Traarrpt. TWO ELPerENTS. In a large, square, old-fashioned house-emh as our fathers used to build when solidity was more sought after than utility...

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