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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 24 September 1881

Hew It happened. There was a railroad excursion from Jackson County yesterday, and among the crowd was a man who called at the office of the Chief of Police to make a statement. When the Chief was ready to hear the details the man began: " I was just coming out of the depot when I met a fellow with a squint to his left eye. Got that down?"' " Yes. ' " Well, he held out his hand andsaid how do you do, Judge Perkins? I kinder heldout my hand and said Iwas purty well, thank you. I'm no more Judge Perkins than you are, but I thought I'd draw the fellow out a little. Got that down?" "Yes." " Well, we shook hands and walked for the corner, and he asked me If I ever absorbed. I said I did, and we went over to a saloon and surrouon edom beer. Are you following?" . "My friend said his name was Col lis and that he was in the mule busi ness. Thea we absorbed some more." "He asked me if I didn't remember of loanin him two dollars in Toledo in I 1866, and hang my buttons if I wasn't fool enou to...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 24 September 1881

Zbc c!tlfnu Qlbrounicle. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 18tJ. i Subscription $2 a Year, in advance. t?"Judicial Adccrtisemestrs mnst be paid J Jo, in adruace, or thely till be licontinl edI aJ'ter the ftret inertion. AGENTS. t lia. A. A. Goonwz31, 'f Alexandlria. ij an aithorized iagent of the rNit n E, ILd.E. will contrac;ttfk advertisemeuts and re- I ctive .suhacril lollns. Mesrs. McC a~r & BRo.. of Montgonr ery. atr. ,oar authorizn'i agents. LOCCAL I)T'lS. A. How is this for weather on and about the equinox ? See list of jurors drawn to verve at the November term of court. Secretary Will. A. Strong passed through Colfax this week on his way to the city. During the late drouth many wells, creeks and springs, that have given a bountiful supply of water for years, went dry for the first time. The tax collector's books are now open, and those wishing to pay taxes will find Mir. Cameron in the sheriff's office ready to wait on them at a mo ment's notice. The president of the police ju...

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. — 1 October 1881

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE A gerortratic ~umrnal, beb ftbto Ttal anb 6tnral Itks, Titratnurt, ~ritnrt, mgrint1tr, tt. VOL., IV. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1881. INO. 47. 1 1 1881 a fl en 9. - - - THE OOLFAX CHRONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., --- E-. 0. GOODWYaN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOL THIS PAPER -ae PIurr .s, _.. 2ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Wse copy, one year ................. 00 One oopy. six months .............. 125 Sies, one yea ......---.......10 00 aysable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. First iunertiou charged double price. ACL. It. lm. z3m. 6m. lyr. I 5a0ch... 501 2 7 J 5 0 00 2i ohes. 1 3 25 16 75 : inchees. 1 3 7 012 16 4 inches. 2 7 6 87 16 25 5 inches. 4 7 10 16 00 Scolumn 4 8 12 17 30 00 I column 8 15 5 00 Offieial advertisment $1 per square for first insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited, but no attention will be paid to anonym...

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. — 1 October 1881

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - * LOUISIANA. Al CORN DODGER. There was a young girl from Bordeaux, With corns m her little plnk teaux, They gave her such pain The tears ran ifke rain k)own the bridge of her delicate neaux, Her lover-a youth trom Cologne- Fled wildly and left her aloo*n, When he found that her feet Wth eorns were replete, With never a word he had flogne. They sent for a doctor from Lynn, As shining and neat as a pynn; He looked at her teaux. The source of her weaux, And Indulged In a gratiAod grynn. Hleprescribed for this maid from Bordeaux And cured all her little plak teaux; And now it is said They, too, will be wald, And from sorrow and grief ind repeaux. The sweet-saented youth from Cologne, Who left her severely alogne, Whent e first heard the news His mind he did lewa, And litted from life with a grogne. -E. S. Bartiet. WHEEL AND WOMAN. CIAL PTER I. Rounde about the wheele dothe gee, Rounde about goes life alsoe. -Chaweir. The sun was sinking in the west ac cording ...

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. — 1 October 1881

IDERI A FI.*THEL It was ten o'clock in the morning, Every one in the factory was at work. The clicking and rattling of the lighter machinery, the groaning of the heavily laden shafts, the oily thud of hundreds of cogs, mingled in busy din. Thehuge engine sighed as, with its brawny arm of polished steel, it is impelled the main shaft to turn the wheels of the factory. Tom worked by the door, near the en glue room. He could, therefore, easily see the engine and all its surroundings. The interest of its rapid, ceaseless mo tion partly reconciled him to the fact "that, while most boys of thirteen were enjoying the liberty outide, he was shut up within doors This morning, more than usually, he had been watching the forbidden splen dors of the engine room, for the engineer allowed no one in his sanctum. The great machine fascinated Tom with its easy grace and movemeuont. His eyes dwelt long on the neat finish of the hea agonal bolt-heads that gleamed about the cylinder. He tried to tell f...

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. — 1 October 1881

SUITi'LEMENT. OFFI('IAL Pt4'CEEIDIIGs - f1 Ill Louisiana Press Association, tenelem Held at satem Reage. Sep. tember 5tb and lth, 1841. Firut Day. Si i.l ROUSE, BA1t 1,tA'iE. September .'. Ib9l. '1 he A:nowiatlou me in the Senate ('bamlrer ,, the rettored Capitol at 2 P. M.. this dlay. pur nuant to lfournment of last March. Prteident lMcCraaie being absent, ou motion of Gen . astremskl, Major E. A. Burke was ohle ted temporary Chairman. dMjor tlurko, on assuming the chair, thanked the memtber for their chice of himself as pro: ..olin officer. and explained that the absence of t. I'resadent of the Association was due to the unfortunate blunder of some employt of the rail. road. who bad detached from the passenger train as it was about to leave the Algiers depot this morning, thespecial car in which Superintendent Morse had invited CoL McCranle to make the trip, to Baton Rouge. I i beretry called the roll and eles en mem loer, represeating eleven papers answered to t heir ames as fol...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 1 October 1881

Non.Explesive Kersene. Very frequently of late we have re ceived from correspondents. East and West, samples of 'stuff" sold them by peddlers with the assurance that when a little of these preparations are mixed with the poorest burning oil the latter is rendered perfectly saJe. Of course one of the chief inducements to use these compositions is the assurance that with them a much cheaper oil of equal illuminating power can be used safely. This fraud is a very dangerous one, and perhaps the best way to stop it is by the diffusion of a little practical in formation respecting these oils. In the first place, there is nothing that can be added to or mixed with poor kerosene oil that will in the least affect its dangerous qualities or make it any safer to us* in lamps. The danger with such oils arises solely from the presence in them of light, easily vola tilized and very inflammable hydro-car bons, such as naphtha, the vapor of which, when mixed with air, explodes on contact with fame....

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 1 October 1881

S sTURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1881. Subseriptioen "s Year, in advance. tWJsdies A4dElermeats m.itr be paid Jor is advaus, or they will be dicoatirl.ed after tie flrAt iusrtioa. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. Goenwix. of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of the CutoWnICLi, and will contract for advertisements and re ceiv suboscriptions. Messrs. McCAIN & BIe., of Montgoan ery, are our authoriusd Sa5ets. Subscribers twai ssoice a meries of numbers q4af their names on the paper. These numbers indicate to what dale your subscripi'on is paid. The first number denotes the month, he second the day, and the third the year. For instance, if your name is followed by 1-1-82, it indicates tat your subscrip lion b paid to Jan. 1, 1882. If your name is follored by 5-1-81, your sub scription expires May 21, 1881. LOCAL DOTS. town. T. H. Thorpe, Eq., left on a visit to Marksville, on Tuesday morning. We have had several showers the past week, and all the cisteris in town are nearly full Next Thursday is the regular...

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. — 8 October 1881

THE COLFAX VOL IV. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, OO~tOBER 8,. II +e' THE OLFAX GHRUOIOLE, Publisbedveiy 8Sat&a4d, t Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -r- i. QC. GOODWN'T.r EDITOR t a rlEOITOl THIS PAWE*TR,_  2ERS8 OF BUBSCIPTIOl. One copy, oal r....5 .......... 00 One cgy, sI moathsk...... .... 1 95 bix o ues one y " ..........,.....100. yasble lnartably in advase. LITZ8 OF ADVBETIBINY. First ilanstion charged double pries ac,+e. It. IW. Sll. 3m. 7'.i l. 1 inch... 1 S 5 9 00 S inches. 1 00 9 6 9 75 : iochea.I1 60( 8 b ' 607 12 50 4iucbes. 00 8 954 8 7A16 25 b inobs. 4 o 0 18 00 6 colm V0 14 17 5 00 1 oolm 1 000 00 Omeieo advertisement $1 per sequare f Sirt ,nsertiou ; eseh labsequet public tion 50 onts. per square. Brief commeuaiatoun .po 4s5bjens do publie interact ssiedI, blot m attetiou will be paid to anoanmnus writers. Ad4rms: Cuporac.s Osbhs. Lia. PROFI4SIONAL CA :D . H. I.. DAIGE. 7. .IAHI. ass "s . r... DAOREt &AMAOUN, Attorn.ý. and 06.siudeaS Mt Law UAL ESTATE...

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. — 8 October 1881

THE CHRONICLE. COLFZL , - - - LOUISIANA. ' I ON THE LOAD OP HAY. Oh! th charm of a snmer's day, I And a jolly rde on a load of ay 1 How the children shout and sing, Till the vpry ieds with their mauso rin I Oh I lads n dses, brown-eyed and blue, What without ye wed the farmer do? Down the lane, where the stately trees Rustle sd sba ae merry brease; Past the brook, where the tumid trout From as rtnsnso fragrmnt osw , Bound for the bare, where the doors stand With the estel maples at tasiae, Where the swallows are Sytg to and fro, I And the smhesats alleen and lltter and OU this JCyous,  rry, idm a day l "Ope l ehawI" "flw, yotge theei H hard lhasp teady So, have a care" As the aWe folks t e seea m em at will, As the u'~oa of h ' mov down the hill. TWll. ,ithot a t ,a bruse or ll, Osea, hr-e abdesmad s al Antd t hem *mW Od s pefpa B ,ac r, I IAUNA I1A*. The Sweat aw s Veleae - sava i Fees o b eis - lesr I Iass -ees 'jens an t eemm thowe ao 1 Uhae.4ss m llt s-ee m mesdas mantsesme...

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. — 8 October 1881

11ClALLAI1 IOL -New Zealand has a lift dollar poll tax on Chinese, and New South Wales am is gol to imitEte her. -The wife of Mr. G. Chevalier, of I'Aseomption County. Canada, hai pre sented him with his twenty-fth ehli~ -Five oar-loads of droenedarles wer recently shipped from Texas to Arizona, e to be used la traaspertlagUnited States -Six thousand dollars in single day is reported as having been picked from poket lop readlng street bulle tins in Wu-htn va -O*. bodyof an outanst woman tob ho drowned f at Detroit was of found a r medal, which ase had re- o eived for remarkable scholarship on cq graduation at a seademy, we --ighwayman in California tried to - wreck train the other day for he to purpose of epurlag Mllionaire Fa ir, who they ~ peotd hold as a hostag t anti a heavy masena should be paid. le -Miss Schafer, a young lady read- t ing in Elmira, N. Y., who took the 200 prize at Brokport recently for being the handsomest woman in the State, has gone crazy. Her ilsanity ls 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. — 8 October 1881

LsATUDAY, O('OT JER 8. 188 of suboerlption U n Year, n advance, the latest ,,.Jdie sd/swl ism be !.(d Ma. A. A. Gooowm, o Miesadi, Is -a an anthorlsed d·et of b u beab r will eontitrd Siti wool essrs. MCA & a.;o of k gom- jeans, Mery. to. ar e o ' ' .olowlP Subscribetrs ne toWl f s ra f " e be numbers after tei 1 i These numb erA to iWnel your subscrm'iio ur T i RUw ,umber denotes te tile second the day, and tme Ibd. .)a" instance, if .yor\a fIt 1-1-82, it tinm tion is paid Is Jan. I1 lnd t name is founed b 44 " LOOG 2 Mr. T. I. thIemps from his trip to Cap 0. Q. BB u bab. ' ve returned from a Vie Mesusr Dosher ar' pto If Texas havebee in towred t sfi'days twee wit a drove ofd hoke rive Mr. T. E. Thorpe~, of Oo a mlon in town on Tnuday.-t IA1S&i Esquire Jabs P, io l beaen w l oommissioned as a dotlu7e pbfi** 4y this parish. wen Mr. Wa. L imeh bh M pa - B pointed Justi e of . tha fourth waed of Wia paa.' " The gQaaaite. ndutO at Newe. ' Orleans nd other sa, wese remove...

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. — 15 October 1881

TE),AH COLFAX. F ,rmownttradi nmal, batbeab to ortal aa antral sLat, 1it",,., .... a - ·- . VOL. IV. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, CTO.ER 15, 1881 VL A: II mm mm I iii mm I~ II Ilmlm l  Rmml mml • Nm lm Ii __._ ..,. ,... . .....mi!! .. . - ( . .. mill m lmaml ' TIHE OOLFAI OHEONIOLE, Published 3v.q Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., --s:-- H_ G._ O0 WTYN, EDITO l a fPRINTOL lzapOF 5LTMCR IPTI OH. One copy, nen your .....0.. 0 One Copy, s mthe ............. 1 95 tiiz oosne , doe yew ... ·--.........1000 Mray"s lavuIably in adryane. RATES OF ADVZRTIAING. Fir" ineation charged doubl, priea SIAC. it. la 9S. 3w. On. lyr. liuh..i I 9 3 5 900 tnceba.1 s s 6 9 1676 Sirbl 0 o 8 7 391 O~0 3incebs. 1 3 5b 1 50 4inehee. 2 t 6 26 6 inches. 06s00 i a 7 00 I ao1 150tb910 030UbBQC 00 ODial adaertlsememte per squats for OIrst insertLoa; each suesqsapt publis. Siam 50 eants per .guars. Drief. oeaarlhaatoasa orp gabjeotn of public intear selddled, bst no atentlon pWBJO -AL 04fle6, U.....

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. — 15 October 1881

THE CHROSICLE. COLFAX, - * LOUISIANA. THE EARLY FALL MOSQUITO. Ti not because he hummeth On airy win That you may know he comet b, Tu reh to ting. He oeup serensely To take bte, so qN and meanly, wa usese rnislt me t to Toe ear rall meequat to Atarsand sorees elaughet A Io bloode e quateth, He pon ofnotyu. His msharp poebotomlaing ey daey snd aMst, NMaketh exstae tsweet to The early tal mosquito. she arie that he committeth Is shockinag, too: l wýle yor blood he letteth, He poloneth you. No statics he reerspeteth, If low or high; No person heneglecteth, Obreas rethb h He ire gs botbitch and poor, too, The early tali mosquito. -N. Y. Sios. THE FIFTY-DOLLAR BILL. Mrs. Dean sat alone in her little kitchen. She never used her parlor. There was the extravagance of an extra fire to be considered-the fact that the best rag carpet,woven by her own skill ful hands, must not be worn out too recklessly, the dread possibility of sn shine fading out these chair covers. Mrs. Dean was an economis...

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. — 15 October 1881

A Flish Stry With Varisiens. Thirty years ago I was shling in one of te shallow partsof Barhegat Bny, with half a dozenother olly es We hal a boat and a big drag-net. Two little sharks fell into my hands. With the aid of another boy, who held them while I performed the operation, I de a ole through the gristly past the tall of each shark, avodi the spinal column so a a notto make a fial wound. Ther happened to be in the boat severd feet ofeopper wire, nearu as stout as tle ph wire. It was a loky thing that t rewas here, for cord or rope would not have answered the purpose. It would have worn out in a few months and there would have beennobody to replace it. I thrust the wire through he holes and wraled it loosely around eaoh shark's i so that they could not get apart except by pulling at least one tal of. I allowed ample space for the sharks to grow, for they were litte fellows only about two feet long. As they were strong and hearty, and gave promise of being more so as they grew ...

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. — 15 October 1881

eke QaHa otra inlI 8TURDAY, OU1OBER 15. 1881. Subsoripldot o a Year, In advance, iTJudioial Aduers ato msut be pais for is advasq, or thel wiU be discolinu after the frs inagla s. AGENT8. Ma. A. A. Goonwx,. of Alexandria, is an anthorized 4gent of thqCaoxcaKs, and will contraet for advertisements and roe ceive sabseriptisns. Messrs. MCCrx & Bao.. of Moutgom, ery, are ass anthorisud agents. LOCAL DOTS. The fund for Mrs. Garfield has reached nearly $400,000. Dr. W. O. Harrison, of St. Marice, called in to see us Weaeuday last. Bar fish are biting at the mouth of Cane river and our fishermen are catching numbers of them. Masters W. T. Williams and Ernest Bernstien passed through Colfax this week, on their way to New Orleans to attend a course of medical lee tures. TharepLring of chronometers and fine watches, by skillful workmen, a specialy, at FaoGusox & 1sOBNACK', Watchmakers and Jewelers, Alexan. dria, La. The cotton crop of this pariah is turning out better than was ex...

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. — 22 October 1881

THE COLFAX 1t4NI 8$1 @tmoclatir Xaurnal, b eh t to g Ttal a n .6tneral i $ dos ~i. n , ritatia br et rtio g t a , VOL. IV.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, OOTOBER .22, 188 : INQiO. THE OOLFAX OHORNIOLE, Published Every asturday, at Colfax, 'Grant Parish, La.., -----BY -. . G OODWI)PN , EDITOR cad PROPRIETOR. 2ERM OF 8UBBCBRIPTION. One copy, one year.......... .....p 00 One copy, six mooths ............... i 5 iix copie, oe year ................10 00 l'yable invrlably in advance. RATES OF AD VERTISINOG. First insertion charged double price. Srics. It. In. m. 3m. i6m. lyr. I inch... 1 00 5 900 2 inches.l1 001 9 3 75 5 85 9 15 75 3 inches.l 501 300 7 12 50 4 inches. 00 35 s 8 7 15 26 5 inches.1 4 00 10 16 1 00 A colama4 r0 8 00 017 0o 0 o0 1 columaL8 00 11 00h 00130 001 0 05 0 00 OfBetal advertisements $1 per square for first insertion; each subsequent publies tion 50 cents per squar. Brief ommouniestionls pon subjects of publtc nterest solicited, bat no atteution will be paid ...

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. — 22 October 1881

THE CHRONICLE. his him mot who COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. the for WHAT IS THE GAIN nt What i the wain' If one should run a noble race. And at the last. with weary pre. Win to the gual and find his years I A harvest field of waste and tears, has Of turmoil and otburled truet, Poi ith with dead hope d bitter dust. Andtrilfe and sneer and ceaseless pain, asi What lthein? vid @'hat is the gain! his When, having reached a suntit height. kc Through barren sweepeof glooriful night, ti Hoplngto see beyond the crest Fair lamds of beauty and of rest, bt There lie before, stretchd far away ltuto the confnes of the day, A desolate and shadeless plain, What the gain! he What is the gain? To sill for months of cold and toil ate Acrose wide seas, where winds recoil, Only to gather strength and roar du A louder challenge than before And flnd,whenthtUngh frsthick anddun cr The rocky coast at last is won, ha No haven from the storm-vexed main, What is the gain? What is the gain? lie The race is won, we ...

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. — 22 October 1881

A GRAND STEEPLE CHASE. As if there were not sufficient excitement at the usual horse-race, these meetings on to the turf nearly always close with a grand s Iteeple chase. This kind of race combines W, all the excitement of the regular race, with the super-added element of danger which pc seems to give further zest to the sport. as Horses, and good ones at that, often receive m severe injuries, which render them practi- o cally useles for long periods. At least this was the state of affairs until owners and breeders of fine stock began to freely use ST. JAcoBs OIL, the Great German hi Remedy for man and beast. This invalu. te able article to horsemen has so grown into er favor on account of its phenomenal efficacy to in diseases of domestic animals, especially to the horse, that it would be difficult indeed B1 to discover a horsemen unacquainted with its magical potency. The Philadelphia fi to & Hovr. in recent ue says: "But th one of the most important developements ad concernin...

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. — 22 October 1881

;e 5 fairf ro i. f Mr. Den S iTURDAY, OCTOBI ·"R , 1881. id intelli: ,S. __________' "a telegram Subseript in 2 a year, in advano,. place statil --------- Mw44W3" llast Tuesd Jor s adre5, tp wU 1 diastiasd A oop after t, Ast " four pairs AGENTS. over the ri Ma. AX.A. GoeswW,.'f AJlasndri. i railroad. au authoriz sat of theClh i ,ndi railroad. will coutract fo audvertiaemelt an t- to see the ceive subscriptions. o and so did Mee'rs. &CC..Il & Bk an.. of Moutgoln- and so diii cry, are or ulthorl4s*d.ent-. Mr. J. R. its apprec LOCAL DOTS. ingfranti Pecaal are plentiful. with a fi - - won't cos But inpnry . very scarce. repair da Don't yoa owe for the paper you The rel are reading? fie wateC The Darro bridge has tumbled in. WStchmI Whose fault, and will it be fixed? dria, La. It is reported that the Jossee E The F4 Bell is advertised to leave New Or- district I day, Judi leans to-day. oourt wJ Rev. Nerman C. Dunean, Episoo- war, the palian, of Alexandria, will preah in last Col...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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