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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 7 June 1884

THE "COLFAX CHRON . gtim aatic gournal, btboftb to Tatal andb ntral citos, literature, Stitnct, Agritnitur, -- - VOL. VII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1884. INO. 30. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Celfax, Grant Parish, La., -BY ý*_ G. GOO DWY , - EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. T2'REM OF 8UBSCRIPTION. One Copy, one year.................$1 50 One copy, six months............... 75 bix copies, one year ................ 7 50 Payable invariably in advance. RATE8 OP ADVERTISING. First inserti charge double pr e PAe . It. 1M. 2w. 3_ .. 6m. 1 r. 1 inch..' 50 150 2 3 : 00 9 00 2 ifohes. II o 2 2 3 75 5 2Z 9 50 15 714 3 inches. 1 50 3 00 5 o7 50 12 0 23 50 4 inchee. 9 00 31 6 8 75 15 0 25 25 6 inches. 42 4 50 7 0(10 00 16 50 30 00 a column 4 9 ! 00 :2 5017 5 30 5 52 00 T _ tinn 15 u( 25 0 50 00 o00 ,at 1 adverlisements $1 per square for irst insertion; each subsequent publica- a tion 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon subjects o. publie interest s...

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 June 1884

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. * LOUISIANA. THE DRUMMER. A drummer stood on the corner. HIs work in that city was done; He'd two boars left to walt for a trots, And was quietly looklag for fun. A maiden came out of a store, With packageo than smael: The drummer brace up to the dais And ofered to carry them all The daisy objects to such action On the part of the drummer so bold, Who begs some thousands of pardons. But thought he had known her of old. The daisy's pap in the distance Is seen coming swift along; a-ta my elegant drummer, I will change your beautiful song. Bie, baen, maod the gay festive drummer Thnloks he's shot with atlitng gun; But 'twas only the foot of her papa, Startnlg him toward the uam. He returns quite early mad sudden. And. striking the walk wishin crmsh Thinks of his mother, and Hoaven. And thanks of his failure to mash. Gone from his sight is the daisy, Gone fomm his rear is her dea But all of the peoe who saw him Wil always th drummers are had. -awersen Bo h*W A WIH...

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. — 7 June 1884

C8iOOL AIB CmUBC. -Mme. Modjees supports at her pwn expense a school for Polish chil 'tren in New York.-N. '. Sun. -All knowledge, if timely and sdapted to the capacity of pupils, may be made as interesting as obfects and *tories.-Journal ofE d2uelion. -A Dakota paper is authority for the statement that there is not a Baptist Church in the Black Hills country, though every other religious denomina tion is in some way represented. -The International Sunday School Lesson Committee is composed of Drs. John H. Vincent and John Hall, of New York: Newton and Worden, of Pennsylvania; Randolph, of Rhode Island; Bougher, of Washington; Cun ningham, of Nashville; MacVicar and Potts, of Montreal; Gillett, of Illinois; L. Fairbanks, of Vermont, and B. Jacobs, of Chi.go.- Chicago Tribune. -Rev. J. A. Register, pastor of the Central M. E. Church at Baltimore, arose in the conference recently and stated, to the amazement of the as sembly, that he had decided to leave his church and people and bec...

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. — 7 June 1884

otrc lolfa Q6branirl. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1884. eueancMlPTro, $1.50 A Ya.s, in ADVAczO. FLrJsdicial Advertiseents maset be paid for in advance, or they will be disce(nixatd after the first insertie. MR. A. A. Goonwia, of Alexandria. is an authorized agent of theW HRONICLL5D' will contract for advertisements and re selve subecriptions. Messrs. McCAIN & Bao., of Montgosm ery, are our authorised agents. LOCAL DOTS. NOTICE. QuAarUlTt Cowxraace for the Colfax and Montgomery circuit will be held for the second qarter at St. Maurice, on the 14th and 15th of June. DIsmar ic oamuosn for the Alexan dria district will convene at Colfax, Au gust 27, 1884. N. 8. CoRNsL, P. E. Join the Temperance Band. MAoIerrama AI CoZITABLn.---J. F. Smith magistrate, and Perry S. Smith constable for third ward. IL. W. Horn magistrate, R. R. Jeter and Jesse L. Collins constables, for seventh ward have been conirmed by the Senate. Wilson Saunders refused to eat anything for several days after he heard that 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. — 14 June 1884

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. O e.matrratic gmrnal, b Gbotrb to lotal anb tInral iebAs, Aiteraturt, SUcietn, 1 gri4 rt, Qtc. VOL. VII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1884. INO. 3L. THE OOLFAX OHBONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at (Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. --BYr H. G. Gt OODWTYN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR T'ERM OF 8UBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year ....... ....$1 50 &hne copy, six months ......... 75 Six col"es, one year ................ 7 50 'ayable invariably in advance. RATES OP ADVERTIBING. First inserti .; charge.l double pr .e Ao.. 1t., 11g. 2m. 3._ . 6w. 1 r, l inuch.. 501 5 00 3 005, 00 9 00 . inches. i (01 2 2'L 3 75 5 25 50 15 71 3 inches. 1 50 3 00 500 7 501 Ut23 50 4 inches. 2 00 3! 6 2 8 76 15 25 25 5 iuches. 2 50-4 50 7 0010 16 50 30 00 I column,,4 5i h 001-2 50 17 30S 52 0 t'4 ub8 15 0025 0 5000 0o000 ,m i.. adertlsemeut. $1 per sqnuare for first insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon subJects o. 4 ublic interest...

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. — 14 June 1884

THE CHiROJNICLE. COLFAX, - * * LOUISIANA. THE - 1CTIC WtA TCU. I. Tichold ulpoin the frozen foialu. A little vensel far from holne,. The yacht Jeainnette. 'I he ,olar star above her lies, A vwaeri of light ,et in the ski.s; '1 il. rctic wave i , on her deck. .A\il HyQl' has le f the brokell wrlck. ]IhNeft of all thingr- else but Fate. _A ld sinking, sinking, sinking ye, Itcholhl her lying desoilate, Ther lost .Jeannette! Ii. Jkaid hertes on a field of snow; Inc, lonel.v heart that, beating slow. 'Yet drlinlls o<f homllle, liWhere golden trulits anr on the bough, And all thu' woodsl are crimson now, The Inst of that high-hearted hand Keeps vigil in that hitter land; A.nd, croiwnel with thorns of frost and pain, Lives o'er his boyhood days again: A\i in his drear death-watch uplifts. ills gaze, and sees beyond the drifts, The i lbetor tall. a crystal gate, ly which his risen comrades wait, Not weak and worn like men who died, Hlut riobed, and crowned, and glorifed. Familiar volces...

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. — 14 June 1884

XISCELLANUE00 t -Henry Barnes, a fivA-year-old boy in Springfield, O., recently died a ter- b rible death from the effects of eating the peel of half an orange. u -Women are becoming very poIu- p lar in Valparaiso, Chili, !s .steet-afr it Sconductors. Travel has increased fifty a per cent. since their advent in their new ri role. -Many of the Arabs captured in tha r battle of Teb said they knew nothing df b the English forces, had never heard of ii their victory over Arabi, had never v heard of Arabi himself, and had never b beard of Tewlik. ii --Captain Austin, who calls himself f a crack rifle shot, was cowardly enough c to attempt recently in England the feat I of shooHtiun a potato off his wife's head. i He succeeded in his first shot, but at the second his bullet struck the unfortunate C woman in the forehead where it glanced, I saving her from death, it is true, but making a frightfunl sear three inches i long.-N. Y. ,un. I -W. S. Cooper. employed in a Brook lyn newspaper ofli...

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. — 14 June 1884

e t1ofa rronile Sa XI'JUtDAY, JUNE 14, 1864. bci.:rPTIo, $LrU A YLa, IN ADVAX6L. (r-.ldwacel Ad4c4tiemets mwatu be pie for in uartnsei, or theIy 'ill be diucoulfithet after the jirst iaeCrtioX. AGENTS. Mur. A. A. GooDwia, of Alexandria. ii at, authorised agent of the Ci lnONIcLr., as'l wilt cntra.t folr utvertiscmekts and re. c-iv." 4. bcl r'ptiona. :.s:. ic'luN & Bito.. of Mlntg4o:m ery. are our authorized agents. LOCAL DIOTS.. Thanks to Capt. U. C. Nash for a treat to June peaches. (o to D. A. Slich & Co. for eool and refreshing drinks. River falling, rains have ceased weather bright and pleasant. Fancy and standard family grocer ies sold at the lowest cash figures at D. A. Smith & Co.'s. Mr. L. B. Price of Fairmount kill ed an alligator in Red river yesterday that measured 12 feet in length and 2} feet across the back. Miss LUla Tunnard, of Natchito ches, arrived in Colfax yesterday, and will remain several days as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Teal. The Colfax...

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. — 21 June 1884

THE COLFAX CHRONICELE. A ntmorratit onurnal, ebfatb to oetal anb meneral cetus, fiterature, $tiuets, Jgrimulture, Fte, VOL. VII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1884. INO. 32. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., -BY H_. G. GCOO DWYN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TEfM8S OF SUBSCRIPTIO.Y. One copy, one year .............$1 50 One copy, six months .............. 75 Six coples, one year ............... 7 50 P'ayable invariably in advance. RATLSE IF ADVERTISIN'G. First inserti .; charged double pr .e PAC*. It. 11a. 2w. 1 3- . 1 1. 1 inch... 50 1 2 00 3 ,00 9 00 2 iunches. I O 2 3 75 5 25 9 50 15 7. 3 inchee 1 50 3 00 5 00 7 5o 12 o; 23 50 4 ines. 2 00 3r 6 25 8 75 15 0C 2525 6 nches. 2 50 4 50 7 il 10 0( 16 50'30 00 A coluan 4 8 00 .250 175Io 530 559 o ,ft : adverlsement. $1 per square for first insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon subjects o. publie interest solicited, but no attentio...

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. — 21 June 1884

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. * - LOUISIANA. "TEND YOUR OWN PATCH." Don't stop wid yer plowin' to grumble as Jones, 'Kase he's standin' Idle dis mornin' In spring; Yer grumblin' wid Jones won't heave out de stones Dat am needin' yer 'tenshun de berry fust ting. Don't stop wid yer plowin 'case he takes a spade: His shov'lin will soon al: your plowin' o'er match; If longer you growl you'll be let in de shade: Jes 'spence wid his business and tend your own patch. Don't bodder 'bout Jones and his scatterin' seeds; • His way isn't your'n nor his seed; but what then? While you're interferin' up hasten do weeds, And it's ticklish business dictatin' to men. Dere's a kind ob a mulishness comes into sight; Dere are kicks like a mule's, too, one's li'ble to catch. De dictatin' best Is to show 'em what's right In a practical work. Jes sow your own patch. Don't Jangle wid Jones when his seeds are a-sprout; Dere's no time to waste wid yer arms on his fence; Dere are weeds in your own lan' dat need rooti...

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. — 21 June 1884

NIWELLAWNOmS. -A Leroy (O.) hog has beaten the world by fasting 197 days at a time.- ('lc,' land Leader. -A man at Oconee, Ga., who ob taine.d judgement for twelve hundred t dollars in a lawsuit, had just seventy five dollars left after settling with his lawyxrs. --r. Berry. of Lagrange, Kv., has J received, by the award of a jury, what is considered the largest doctor's fee ever paid in Kentucky, $2,800. It was paid for attendance on a wealthy old I maid. --A New York letter gives this bit of fashion news: "Women no longer paint and powder to excess. A man may walk from one end of Fifth Avenue to the other without seeing a sing'le face that is artitie:ally illuminatel. The reign of artificial color is over." -Rowlan :t Jones, aged sixty-nine. ef Rochester, N. Y., committed suicide the other day by jumping from the Central avenue bridge into the Genesee River. The body went down the river and 'over the falls made famous by Sam Patch's last leap. Financial troubles were the cause 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. — 21 June 1884

SA.rUHDAY, JUNE 21, 184. ltTcaMrrPtoa, $1.50 A YaI3., I ADvAxoz. ( r1Judicial Adraeaeents msta be paid for in advasm, er £e will be disjetisIed after the Jfras ikaertfsm. AGENTS. MR. A. A. Goonw'f, of Alexandris, is &a, authorized agent of the CIIRONlcLK, and will contract for advertisemeuts and re ceive snbscriptions. Moysrs. hicCAU' & Ran., of Moptgozu ery. are our authorised agents. LOCAL DOTS. New police jury meets July 7'th. Josh Prescott, a colored man liv ing on Col. Randolph's place, sent us the first cotton bloom last Mon day, 16thb. Mr. J. C. Wicklifie was the only delegate elected from Grant parish who attended the State convention at Baton Rouge last Wednesday. We regret to lea un of the death of Rev. H. F. Miller, an old and esteem ed citizen of Grant parish, who died saddenly of heart disease last Sunday. From the Alexandria I'own Talk we see that Mr. 0. W. Hickman, of this parish, sent his first cotton bloom to that paper. It was pulled June 19th. Mr. H. McK...

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. — 28 June 1884

THE COLFAX CHRONICLI'7 SOtnr.Iratic Journal, bRbatb to Total anb tunrad tbs, SitUraturt, tient , $grkiut r, #t. VOL. VIL I COLFAX. GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1884. NO. 33 THE -COLFAX aHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at C(olfax, Grant Parish, La., -BY H- GI. GOODWY N, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP SUBSCRJI'TION. One copy, one year....... .......1 50 One copy, six monuths............... 7 EIix coiles, one year ................ 7 50 Payable invariably in advance. RA TES OF ADVERTISING. First inserti , charge.l double pr .e PAC*. it. II1. 2wn 3- . . 1 r. I inch... o50 1 2 01300 L 0 w0O L inches. i oi 2 2.751 55 9 50 15 7: Sinches 1 50 3 0 5 00 75012 2: 50 4 inches. `2 0W 3l 6 2~~ 75 15 (J 25 25 6 inches. 2 4 50 7 0010 16 50 30 00 I colma"4 50 8 (00 .;2507 5 30 5 520 o S n 15 005 0) 50 00 80 00 .f I:. adverteement $1 per square for first u nsertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon subjects o. public interest solicited, but no...

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. — 28 June 1884

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. * * * LOUISIANA. THE WIIITTLER. His knife is an old-fashioned one-the blade is of the kind That, while with ease it cuts new cheese, its edge turns on the rind. And It bears the old-time falsehood that so many old knives tell. The prehistoric rebus In the letters "IXL." The spring is worn and shortened, and the blade, wLlch backward leans. Oft closes on the fingers when opening sar dines; Though 'tis worthless yet the owner of its merits much doth blow, And wants somne "buot" when asked to trade -he at least should get the toe. The whittler sits and whistles, when the weather will permit, On a goods box on the pavement, where he loveth much to sit, And he talketh of the tariff to a friend from up the pike, While his shavings and his arguments are valuable alike. In the southwest the whittler in the most per fectisn blooms, And he earveth strips of poplar and the han dies of old brooms; He hath no Ingenuity and couldn't make a peg If the pettalty for failure wa...

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. — 28 June 1884

MISCELLAN!OUS -The wash boiler should always be carefully dried, and if there is the least tendency to rust rub the inside with a little lard. -The Earl of Dunraven, in a paper in the Nineteenth Century, pronounces the United States Senate "the strong est, most efficient and the most capabh Jegislative body in the world. -During a fire in Capp's block at Portland, Maine. some men carried t `keg of powder from an upper room down throug'h the flames without ar explosion. -7loston Herald. -In a fit of rage Adelbert ('lark. of Elba, N. Y., beat his wife cruelly. The neighbors who were attracted' by the noise took Clark into the woods, thrash ed hint, tarred and feathered him, and sent him home.-N. .: Sun. --Dr. Ott has learned that the rattle snake's tail makes sixty vibrations per second. This must have necessitated about sixty-one vibrations per second on the part of Dr. Ott.-Philadelphia OaIL -KiD d words don't cost anything This it what Miss Porter, a worthy Kenta tcky girl, thought...

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. — 28 June 1884

]I - _=- d .. . . . ,, -- A -- - AGENTS. - S 1Un..A. JUNE28, Ae8.dria, pi Bu an4orzed atA e(IsasN ICL ,AVANo. te will c ttrect for advertiements and re ceive .bseript ions. Me rs. MfcC.%s & Bano., of Mont. oJm- eta ery, onur authoriazed agents. O0AL DOTS. b NOTICE. ber DiR cr Cosranaxcz for the Alexan dria Jtrict will convene at Colfax, Au- pW gust , 1884. N. S. CosxRNm, P. E. qu M ser Jobery Uaudolph seuds usco a fulgrown bull of cotton, raised by .g lev. Albert McLaughlin, a colored of tensat on Col. Randolph's place. Coax and vicinity was visited by the a most seasonable rain Wedoesday wb afterjoon, which assures the corn Pa crop In this section beyond dorbt. di M Coanlnagham's school in Colfax ab will &obse for summer vacation next aukN Frid . This gentleman is an ex celle st teacher, and his scholars all ne give videnee of his training. T Legislature should peas a law foi to h all the idiots shot who can t not a an acquaintanee.during the a hot all1d r t asking, Ai M ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 July 1884

TTHE COLFAX CHRONICLE. SFlmnncratic ournal, bebottc t fao tal anb Qentral Jebos, Fiterature, tiutic, ricaultart,, etc. VOL. VII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1884. INO. 34. .- uu _m nlmm m II m n . . . . .. . . . -nmn -m-mmmm- ai | m .._ _. _ _ .._ .. . . . .. .. ..- . ,- . . .. -- ...__ ,-- - .- . .... . -. _- nn Inl I- .1 ~ - 'L'HE COLFAX CHRONICLE, l'uliibecd Every Saturday, at Colltax, Grant Parish, La., --BY---- H C3-. GOOD W-1N, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 2TERMI OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one Year ........r........ $1 50 One copy, six months............... 7 bix copl,, , one year ................ 7 50 I'ayable invariably in advance. R.-ATES OF ADI'EIRTISING. rirst iuserti .; charge.l double pr .e -- am:" FAOa. It. 14i. 2w. 3.. bn. I r. 1 inch... 50 1 50 2 10 3 00 ' 9 00 2 inches. o." 2 2. :t 7 5 25 9 511 15 7. .1 inched. 1 S0 3 0U 5 (No 7,-(12 ( :1i 50 4 inuc'ea. 2 U 31 i 25' 7, 13 .4 25 25 is inches. 2 511 4 5u 7 (4n10 (i t1 50 3o0 00 I coluru 4 rI t 00 2 50 17 ...

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 July 1884

THE CHRONICLE. I COLFAX, - " * LOUISIANA. A BUSINESS SERENADE. "Come to your window, love, The stars aree bright above In the sky. And I'm standing here, alas. In the wet and tangled grass, And I sigh To have you ai the window there display your seal-brown eye. O damosel divine. Just say you will be mine. And I'm ftree To state, my little pet, For your ladyship I'll get, And for me. A little Queen Anne cottage painted red be side the sea. Serenades I know, my sweet. Of the glow-worm e'er should treat, And the rose That dreams upon its stalk a In the fragrant garden-walk; But the doze Of the rose, And the glow-worm's tender glows, t And the stars And guitars Ain't a patch to talking biz In '84, your sweet ness knows. So I'll sing to you with mirth, And tell you what I'm worth- i Worth in cash If you'll crook your shell-like ear, That the tldings you may hear." Like a flash t Ile hoard the curtain rustle and the raising of the sash. Then he talked about his sheks, Which he had in shin...

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 July 1884

MINCELL 1REOUS. -Mr. Magnin, Governor of the Bank 1 of France, gave a grand reception wel lately at his official residence on the an- one niversary of the bank's foundation oth eighty-four years ago. of --it is estimated from a statistical The point of view that loss of appetite eac among young people on account of love annually saves to this country wel O1,00, O00,(X).-N. Y. Graphic. in -Henry Richardson, leading member of the famous vigilance committee in vot Brown County, i'daho, which hanged in, fourteen horse-thieves in three months, has himself been lynched near his own ren home.--Dcn'rcr Tribune. -New York policemen moistened it's their uniforms with salt water to make l)o them look bright and clean for inspec- loo Lion and avoid the order to buy new wa one:, but an inspector noticed the damp- for ness, marveled and had things dried.- the N. Y. Sun. anM -Formerly women could not legally as marry until they had spun a couple of oP1 sets of bed furniture; hence the term col spi...

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 July 1884

h1c olfa Qbronicic . N il' ittAX", JUl, 5, 1S4 Irn . .. A t)V - N-t. l i vid AG ENT S. f . A- . . .:1 I , i l: I , of AiLxant.rin" ji but t" .!+ ad vertoi ut .s and re- Wir, .l , ," c. '.tc 'P & Isd w.. 4, f M.ut'o u '- It ( tI'l . ure Il ,lur th., r II eld c tell iio 1.t(CA; 1 I)O.T1S. t(13 NOTICI. ,the I)il<ruol-r ('ON EitKN.E for the Alexau drci, ,li.tiClt will ,onv.ne At ('olfax, Au- the ga,.t 27, 1 4.. . (). Io s L,, P. E. the 'lThe d1} we celebrate." 'RIh for the Fourth of July ! at I an( One hundred and eight years ago tov our forefathers invented the day for the beneftit of aspiring orators. his The Lacroix hotel bha been treat- lice ed to a coat of paint. Too hot to put on any kind of coat, Sam. Y As yet we have heard no boasts He about ripe water melons. Recollect sid that "the proof of the pudding is in na the eating." an The cry of the people is for more B bridges. Let our police jurors start an upon their officia4 career by paying fri heed to this demand. ha...

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