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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 December 1881

. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Sitmarrati& gmmmal, bebottb to gatal anb 6t ral .tbs, iterI, Sxtimnt, gri itrt, 'tt. VOL. V.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, L ., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1881. INO. 4. THE OOLFAX OHEONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -yT H. G3. G 00 DW T'~, EDITOR sad PROPEIETOL Ia  I aMa o au `.". Ma o" 9lsM8 OF 8(BBCIPTlO. One eopy, one year ................. 00 One copy, six meontu............... 1 95 Six apies, oe year ................10 00 rayable invarisldy Ia dvaaes. RAITE OF ADVERTISING. Fires Isertion crarged double price. arAs. 1 Im. im. Nm. 6d. lyr. I cnob... 1 9 " 06 9 00 2 inches. l 3s 9 16 75 3 nekes. 1m 3 5 7 60 16 50 4 .leebe. 3 6 68 7515 0 5 6 ibe. S 4 7 10 0016 00 6 columna4 l 17 00 1 columa8 ( 0~1 0 00160 00 Oncial advertisements $1 per lu'are for Arst snertion; each subsequent public tima 50 eants per quasa. Brief eommunietions upo sbjects of publio lIterest solieted, but no ateation will be paid to anonymeme writers. Addess: Caumxo...

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. — 3 December 1881

THE CHRONICLE. 5 hi COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. ti AN AUTUMN-DAY. 10 et The Earth lies wrapped in peace: upon her d brow The laurels of the fruitful year are pressed; Triumphant and elate still seems she now. as As one who glad, yet weary, dreams of rest. ( The Sun, his useful ardor wisely spent, C Floods all the day with tender, mellow light, ti That crowns with smiling, wel.-deeerved oon tent 8ere-resped meadows and say-wooded hight. h b Upont the air'r oft breath the gseummer, a Oboet of a bl hither and thither flies: All lnsent-1fie, with l-lessened stir, d Pursues Its iles industrie r Close by the fen in stil country-ways. The pumage of ortmsoun sumac abines; fi Prom ee ad shrub with every aephyr sways The fairy drapery of soarlet vines As though the Summer, when her reign was g o'er, Fleeig usurped and wounded through the wood, d Added unto her giving one gift more. tl And brifed them with her own hoart's Fur out upon the little lake the trees Cast lengthening shadows; swaying br...

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. — 3 December 1881

PERILS OF THE DEEP. "Dairta m~ trip down the River Tagus, in Sati." sl(a t oitt BoltontO representative of this jorna in as recent convertatlon by tho sea she, "I bhad to 'shoot' 105 waterla, tho Laet belng aboutctghty-ve feet, and tnnnaer able rapid.. Cremaing the Straits of Messina, I bhad three ribs broken in a fight with ark; and comting down the Somanea river in ]raes, I Z received a charge of shot from an oalte and s startled hantnsman. Although this was not very pleasant and might be termed dangerousI fear nothing more on my trip than ntemeýl; for. as long as m nmbs asre free and asy end not cranped or enumbed S alr ight. O late I Carrya ý aoll 'r.Jaoo OR In mylittle bo p'rove n eignl rocked r "moS9 -meal he ýssaki o}a Id bays btienmeme I t I the arti, ad Is aELos Oup the mt ele ia wonderful Promeoastant exp lamsome what subject to rheunmati pens, and nothing would ever be.et me until I ot hold of this I reyt aston aaof ar. l rhn , On my tils bo - theOiandit cund tiha b wo...

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 December 1881

SATURDAY, DFBEMBER , 1881. Subsoription I2 a Year,t lidvanee. grJsdicisl Adrotwikunr muSt k for is adessarcs, or fIst Ibe E4smn after the jlrst iaswe . Ma. A. A. Gooewix, of Aloasanrls, is an authorized alert o the Canomas and will contract for evertisems- sad re ceive subceripions. Mess. McC a f3no., of Montgom ery, are our satbq_ sLpeas. LOCAL DOTS. The tax ees4aIt ris a, s that he bau collected a little over $2500. The members of the Legislature are making their way to the city for the special session. Services will be held in Colfax on Sunday Dee. 4tb, by the Episcopel minister from Alexandria. We pit our townsman H. McKnight as champion bare-back rider against any amateur in that line that can be brought into the field. Deputy 8. U. Lacroix took Milly Thomas, the woman who killed her husband two years ago, to the peni tentiary by the Bell this week. il 1y was convietd a year ago, allowed a new trial, and is now to serve a term of one year. Santa Clause sade word by grape vine ...

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 December 1881

THE COLFAX C.R.._i SVtnoLraiu , GeNra 1H,htct to uoal au t1ra SAURA, itraafErt, in, ;81a ftr'-'. VOL V. 1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1881. THE OOLFAX OHBONIOL.E, Published Every satnrday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -r- H1. G.. G00 DoDWT EDITOB and PROPRIETOR 11 D I  a o w-ii SBBM8 OF SUBSCIBPTION. One espy, one year .................8 00 SOne copy, sir moaths ............... 1 W Si copies. oue year ................10 00 l'tyable invariably is advaane. S RATES OF ADVBETIBIN2G. First insertion charged double pries SParC. It. Im. m. 3m. Sm. lyr. Sinch... 1 2 S 5 900 2 iucbss. 2 37 65 9 1275 3 inches. 1 3 6 7 1Q 50 4 luches" as 3 75 6 25 7 15 1 Sinches.25 45 7 10 16 00 t column 4 5& $ 0 10 S0 1 eolumn 16 25 00 OMoll advertisements $1 per square or irst inertion; each subsequent publios tion 50 eents per square. Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solieited, but no sattentio will be paid to anonymous writers. Address: CuaoxoMLa. Colfax....

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 December 1881

THE CHRONICLE. at COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. THANKGl VIN(J. Ove the doors and windows, Let the air and su, b Sprint and summer areover. And Autumn's work ladone. bome from hamlet and city, U Home o'er river and sea, Ybk ty rad gMirls are omng. d Yes, I am ol nd feeble. And, yes, they are young and strong, But I s their own dear mother, ri Who crsooed their cradle ong. I The bars re brimming with plent The Slds they Lare far to see. And my b ad girls are coming af To keep Thlkagliving with me. Thowr no than common, Laura, my.S my darlung, And Ti ldean all, are coming To lep lthlagiving with me. The great world's din is softened Bra it reaches this abode, This mountain tarm that Ueth I Unlee the smile of God. c Blt th~m hard tim are over, And that better timea will hbe. ru know, when the dear ones gather b To keep Thanksgivig with me. I havesai my har of sorrow, a And lonelaiese and pain, But meore of biss than sdess, Of aiebt than of rain;: And I thnt my lovedgone higher p Wa stead ...

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 December 1881

FACTS ABOUT UMBRELLA,. aea m the tu red ore a l s red upon otll api~a bam wmi the shpe being ow a It w In tes atbl o da the worldAn mbela Is much lkes paigeo as to the question of lion-4be la oeta who it oit io T. mo owing fitceat th lad ems-pmerve _aevryher rars purpose souer aor ater: is your ubella i ed.lcamehs(  ft 5L o cbmgseowmeu.Ai umbTio earr&n r £ mm, t man ea 1ent b m2a de a ras $ thip Wen twha man ba theumbella the woman the drilppings. itLdimte maunq To Ca 7 it a nan. uder Jour asm lin tt an eyezo beelta byatamau who lowiw p.Toase ai numa e btea suibeieosnie Iitensrnisa that texbange Isno rotsm beleadanumbella tNhateio ta & Jm To arrn umbri high e to tet oq t area grk p <tpes' "ar samt. To go wbolt an In a z a sows hojam see o[ mtst intan1d wifl have to use r. Sico OIL to te o w san o Su me Mr be yuar own use asn a botas . JvorM OIL always in the buse, in ease of rbeesa or accident, would aipd4 that youosasetphlloampbe - The hilsseeg eommnleadoa 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. — 10 December 1881

w w w w* *,** - ;-'.- * -. . -- Ssetorptibed ad tYeJurnomed a. Hi. A.6.Nw. Lý O will eontrst fJ.v erl ass r re ete iub eriphto_ d - Mssers. MCsIj & Be.. of Most - o .n ery, are ooar sathere agentsa. p' LOCAL r O TO bT We were to have a market home T is O(lfax. What aboot it? 0 la Dbm.e BlIa has U tbt a coople t of r young folks seriously oote- D pls. eg gipgoný at tas Tte bnastiful criams blnah of aitre, 8 witiwt past,+ e be I .pirted to the Mia*s* of a aresi an td feeble iwom J . as Of thst h a s ab G, - g m aie Bitten. - Ospt. Nash has received the laun- o ber to build an "L" to ha dweliag b home, os whieb ye mndermst. G earpensa will aes bem atwork. Sug distrass 4~t amh a overloaded otasao T Are ybu trtbied with head seh dishaes or ? Doss your hed swim? One det Bailey's Sal Apeat will give yo relict ýis week ha bs rare stiea, of weather or this wmseo of the year. t What do oar fladelphis rinsds tbak of aos bsit.dys in the amid dl4f Deoemet t sev. h rma)essaan, the Epia ...

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 December 1881

a ·· a H xOLFAT r R . tmarratic jaurna1, btbattb to oaI ab Afnrat ebos, Nitnatnrt, avt, it V. . ;; , VOL VJ COLFAX, GRANfT PARISIIL LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER I7, 1~88. 7 KW i THE O@LFAX ORBHGIOIE, Published Every lutatday, at Colfrtx, Grant Parisalh La.. --NY- -. G. GOO DW,~N, EDITOR and PROP RIE rO rwsraawrrtý " fI MIW HI. BRMSt UF SUBrdX1PflIOV. 4oe ap. one year. ...............$t 00 (hw Ve4.p . si aneatus ............... 1 VIS big e .,l oues year ............... lo 1 t ayat4e luvariasbly ain advance. A3TM OP A4DV RTfSI1'. First isertion charge..d doable pries. SPACe. aI tls. a 3wm. tan. 3ay. .linch. I Yw4 3 e s 5 uU50 2 lI.ohlena Vu 1 t 7b y 1 76 3 irew I 5 3 1 7 a t 50 4 intdes d 8 6 ?d 7.> 16 (1 :5 blae s.e 4 7 to 16 0 Swhatbla a4 a tt6 17 J 00 !lou'hlcw t 15t VU (tIdlal ulvertauseen $1 per square for Inut Iaaertan..; each .a bsequeut pabtlle tlo .M0 cents p square. Ilrief communnieti.ns apon aihebjote of Iubtir l,,ter.nt solacted. bato sme ..tiqR will be paid to anonymous wri...

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 December 1881

THE CHRONICLE. . spel A Wh COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. not rob dee SATURIDAY AFERNOON. ch put Throeb flickering leaves the sunlight sitting at I Pm warmly across the tidy door. The distant vlcesot gleeful ohildren Come faintly in at the open door. The clock's low rhytlhm Lans the tl.neam; T. The house is reating from work wel done; fac The weary homswIs, wr, wh Itenpt tingers, Knts 'mid the quiet o heardly wono. the ponders the day's eomplsted labors, Flnbbed betimam, ere the Sabbath rest: The dainties stored ta the wel4llsd pantry, we The mended garments, the weyaed guesrt. The toll-lr fiangers move siwnamd saowor. fer head droops erward. her eyes full soon lea Closel in a gentle and ehildlike slumber, uni And shme dreams in the Saturday afternoon. She wanders with tireless f of childhoodT ThroughL meadows she knew smo well of yore, And laurgh as sae flis her tiny apron With blossom fragrant, in boundIes store. ter Forms long vawnihed step in at the doorway; li Sweet voices sing a for...

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 December 1881

IOUSEI OLD ACCIKErES. T'e tHsme ae nut desige d to induce the publ to attempt thei ties of the riu Ilhai r surgeon, but, merely to place the :ruemrs omf them pages the tdh-bllt the y ad the tdnge , Im, naraa, toothache. ear and tttem. tor u m e -, r dth che, sti-ness of the jolts. etc.--these reder . JAcabOIL pre etminently the best erte remedy now befo-e the ple: which (attes Naels. Req. grop a " the the rhousadt Im that my erm WLtbhered and physl lan could . I w as n muscular and otdepair ofns such as rifewhen om ne adu ria, e tot ache. headache, Idtifn satofd mth l nt agic--the nreder Sntl JAoeOa. pro-emLyinently the be ead terl remedy i oner fthe people: whiche Lilill timy'sfrm I 's A oI peolle." T FEVER o a itn life is adpremely impor nt that yth that tnd to tsproln iou o entv i to the t l onm rtit Pat HueroH esal 6 i w reed sowith heuatin. that m t arm withered. and physi hpln could not help ml. I wis in d(Kpaar of Sller wheI n some onea ard Ye to htry r. Instatly e ttc ...

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 December 1881

i" (t 0c olGa * r a ro iRtr. T SATI'URDAY, UIBEMBER 17, 1d81. ax Subseription 82 a Year. in advanoe. g'"JgdiciaI Advsrfeuenstfe most he paid theei Jo- i tadraor, or thag will be diimlinual wh afer the flrst inmrtia AGENTS. neci Ma. A. A. GoonwNx. "f Alexandria. is an authorized agent of the(nfta.R Nlcl, and g will contract for alvertioements and re- [ ceive snbseriptiomas V Masers. dcClsx & Bao., of Montgom ery. re our aunthorised agents. See fbi LO(' AL DO nr4. N)apin.- hmtrst every en,,ruttag. 06 We inane an Alexandria paper this lte week-fnll of ptf eand no news. T. M. Bistaat has the tinest selec Ter ted stock of watches and jewelry in age Alexandria--net door pout office. all the The qColis Lyceum has beconre a most secOenful injtitUtiuon. Those who were present at its last meet ing expressed themselves as proud of the standing it bea nequired. 41 Breeclie-hnduna ,.hot gnawm of Colt tin and other ,ankers, alsac rifle-, pistols. pre anci mntsle-loh'ting glusn, always in th...

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 December 1881

THE ... COL&FA .. S~cmntratic journal, cbbottb .to 'ocal anb cneral ~l obs, ziteraturt, tite, ur ltnt, t . VOL. V. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1881. IO. 7. n, in Hi iI •• i q miD iCui ilil ..•• m , l rr .... ·]- i i~~ i ~ m I ill I  -mai THE 00LFAX OHRONIOLE, Published Every 8Ataurday, at (olfax, Grant Parish. La.. s-Y EH a_. GcOODW1FN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. Im PPEtrS 0""'1 file at" Tsil I1iýl a-r t Ift.,,, wL w nTOeL, 11BMS OF BUBSCRIPTION. Oe. copy. one year ............$ 00 his) cueq, dx s notha....... ....... 1 15 & .,.'9*, pier ...............IV on :. , io~vriabl ii. advance. *tTB OF ADVERTIBINO. iast insertlon charged double price. e t ,. ul. 2w-- -. Im. Gm. lyr. lI, Iehb... l 1 2 W 3 5l 900 S i.eIhe. I 2 3 75 5 59 157 3 inches 501 3 01 5 0142 23 50 4 luelwr 2. 3 6 75 5 N 25 26 5 iched. 2 4 7 l07 0 10 16 S1o 00 1 eolan 4 1 00 Ofliclal advertisements $1 per square for Arat insertion; each subsequent publie tion 50 cents per square. Brief eo...

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 December 1881

THE CHRONICLE. m on no COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. n in WORDS OF WISDOM. Who walketh straight and acteth right, Whose lips and heart in truth unite: de Who ne'er to slander lends his tongue And to his neighbor doth no wrong; Who lowers not his brother's fame. t Feels as his own his brother's shamLe: For vile men bath no latterig word, no And honors those who tear the Lord; a Who ne'er on usury lends his old: Though injured, to his oath will hold; And takes no bribe to doom the pure Who dealeth thus shall e'er endure th' "MARY SIITL" of "Alecture, eh "' said Deacon Hobeo, changing the tobacco leisurely from one cheek to the other, as he stood ea tranced before the bulletin board of the Stub Mountain Lyceum. "And ° upon the ' Rights of Women?" Well, I swan! Mis' Hobson, she'll be a-wantnm' to hear it, an' I shouldn't wonder if Jemimy Ann set up her dander, she'd go into the bargain. Gals is always racin' arter every new idee. And p'p de it's a good thing to stir us country fol s up--a ro...

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 December 1881

THE COUUTRYUA Weather Signal Office Mr. Jeremiah Toadvlne, of the rural district, brought a letter of introduc tion to the L nited States Signal Ot. cer, and by the latter gentleman wU shown the beautiful scientific instr ments for measuring and determining the various changes and eondition of the weather. 'ointing to the stand. ad thermometer he explained to Mr. T. the uses of the heat gauge, where Spon Mr. T. anxiously inquired if he "hadn't mather ua to spare--ch a nice merchine to sot the weather in hayin' and harvest time." His inspec tion ofthe aerometerorwind measurer evoked the expremlon: "Wouldn't she be the racket to run the wind mill with." The barometer was I one too many for Toadvine, and,look ing queerly at the eielal, as if he were utterl nonplussed and bank. ever have the renumatisr The abeuptne of the question surlpised - the oar, who repad "No--never." S W h a t" - - - fd e a " r e o lle.tten said "I on! wanted to know, torit o he the bartu eer) s arn · badweather...

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 December 1881

Q e 1ofa Lronidtl. he Slines t SATURDAY, DEIBEMIER 24, 11 with! Subsoription 2 a Year. In advance. rule v (--Jadicial jder!iaemeats meist be paid tione Jo" in adrure', or they will be distoatiUnal tirtnle after the first insertion writi: and a AGENTS. at an Ma. A. A. GoonwiN. of Alexandria. is an anthorized agent of theCUa,NsLE. , aid If will contr ect for adveltiescoeute and re- Bly f ceive subhcriltiouen.so Menses. .ulcCal & B.o.. of Moutgom- Ant ery. are our 1,uthorisz-d agents. And, LOCAL DOTS. I Woul -4 On her down trip the Maria Louibee Aur took on about one burdredu bales of i" cotton at Colfa. My l A merry Christmas to yon, reader, Sore is the wish of the printer, with bid Erru lean pocket-book. Savey ? The My Mr. W. S. Calhoun has returned And after a protracted absence, indulged in to his own satisfaction and the an- If noyance of some ws wot of. Rec The repairing of clr,uometers and The fine watches, by .killful workmen, a specialy, at Famesob w & k oNacK's WA ...

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 December 1881

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE.. A Demooratio Journal, Devoted to Local and General News, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Eto VOL. . V. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAYID.,D P NO.  NAMING THE BABY. They gibher in molena omnef The ches the homeehold band; They ins the darkened chamber Tr o p ar abd cradle And ea h one voles exclaim, As tb inth new-oeund treasure, " The bby mut have a name-' Ty leg bn bets the n-ame by doseme, wrnm n a nLxiousado Osheyal s e l eae lea km;oves. Ty seee t b e thuogh the gotd old oock; :t owe herr a e n M." " Isa pedpa was benesec I e sad e va cdeer sumal, S mha a geie rsadma " Oh! ca dha uane " (32111 the remues o 'the throng- I "Plain John, may*tbe happy father, " Is an bonest name and trog." And than is the em statesman, bhl fature title Adt u yout In the cold ! And yt. i an rmtter but little To him who is heedless of fame For o name will honor the mortal, U the mortal diehbonors the name. A RHYME OF THE TIME. Miss Pallas adora Von Blurky She didn't ...

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 December 1881

be 1 olfar Qtbroiuilt. SATURDAY, UEBLEMIIEK 31, 1881. Subooriptlon 82 a Year. in advance. .~ iPJladicia Adrer'iwemet most Ie paid Jo imn edaleer, or th iey sil be doinalatiam qftar the Air i.acrtieo A-ENTS. MI. A. A. ,Goo aWx. *f Alexandlria. is an authllorized agelnt of the (Iilt ,SN.II.aE, and will c.oatrmct for adverLtimeeaalmats alld re- a ceive sulbtscipiptions. Meeiam. alcCata. & Buo.. of I fMosat'om er3. are our aiiahoriseld aigenlts. LOCAL DOTS. HpI'py New Year. a P.lice jury meets Mnaleoay. We have beIn askted If we were at t the hall Christuamas Evenlilig. Yea, we were at the bawl. The repatring of enr,,tamaetera and lote walches, by i.kiliful workmen, a speciialV, at Fz.aouteax & mSCIINAC's Wattchmnakers anti Jewelers, Alexuu dria, La. The Jesse K Bell cae pulingi up I last M1aialty as iustal, wllth (."ap. HSin nolt and Capt. George asmld all the other old lamtltuamrks at their pesl. Thamuks et the clerks for their accus tomedl favrs to the CItonIcLIL On1 Chrl'...

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 December 1881

cbc i f0t &ronidt. 8Al'UftLAV, DI I3I.NBKR 1, 181. Subslpdw, 82 a Year. In adaYaea _dh --Y ----- - r -- -4--- f diAs drawsrhmses awant he pair ia"- ias idrnaa, or the, w'iU be 'sea.Liaars after the Fred ilarrtea -,-5 AGEN!TS. Ma. A. A. (loonwix. "f Alexandria. is an arutlisarizad algemat of th(SaC.aS ICLxand vill a*,. aieSt for adverIlaseueuts and re ceive .nltaonptloaa. .lahaass10. 'ICGaIM & Boo.. Of Yontgolm cry. ata oar aufhorisaria..psea. IO('AL DOTS. He jpri de-w Ya-sta. ` Psalise jtry maeets issmu~ssy. W( siave Iaest acked if we were at the hahl CIriatohas Eveninag. Yes ,e were at t he howL The repeinrmeg of etimnoWeseers and flue wc lsev, by ihiWll worskmenslma, it Npwciady. at. -k'zaGcs-ie.& tCHNSACK'M aattelwuk-naks. and Jeweiers, Ainxan dnua, Lit. .0 The .J-sse, K IWail canse puffing up last &Iauas.sie *is ti-wthl, with Capt. Siu nott ansi 6n1) 1. ta-urge .aued all the ot~lher oaid i:ultuanklita.,t their post. Thbsksa t thlae clerks oy their accus towted fa...

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 December 1881

Ane-ao s/ nmd totr  should e a 1JGE .LL B3RYITIES. C Tun heaviest man at the annual Fat Man's Clam-bake In Massachusetts this year weighed 385. HALF a century ago Emons Rudge of Hartford, Ct., was ned $40 and costs 1 for selling Ice in the summer. The traf- I fic was alleged to be dangerous to public t health. A MASAcHsUrrrs man recently of- 2 fered a school prise for the best essay on "Honesty." Of the 23 responses re ceived, a large proportion had been 1 stolen, and one, a poem, was stolen en- 1 tire. A CORRESPONDErT of the Dundee Ad rerirer says in a careful review of Scotch farming that since 18.2, when farmers were to some extent forgetting their losses by rinderpest, there has been but one crop, 1874, which paid its way. Mws. BArrLTrr, a wealthy Georgia widow, aged 59 years, recently-msrried, after a three months' widowhood, one of her late husband's employees, John Chikirews, aged 23 years, and she is now giving the yung man a thorough edution at coege. CnaSrsniA K. Ross, f...

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