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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 29 August 1885

..e .oltfar 4rronitl.iI --- __-~."^-,r ~ CI--C..----.-.-.-.---..-I.----- ---I- SAtV'U:I) 1Y, AUGUST 29, 1885. G _--------ti g *rJudicial Adret'liaemn,:,t, Unt b pj,,id for i ad41mone, or they rill be ,itcontinlu a/ter the Ifil-t in,nertiua. , AGENTS. gi MR. A. A. Goou,wIN, of Alexandria, i au aitlhoriz.td agent of theCtllClNýi:'LBH' tl H will oontsrit for stlvertisemtlltI al' re- 1 ceive snbscriptions. Messrs. MC(I Al & BR)., of MntgW m- b ery, are our authorized agents. I _; I----------.~---- - ;01 LOCAL DOTS. Mr. G. W. Bruce has thanks for a * sample of his "pumpkin yams." " r__ __ A fresh stock of goods just re- i ceived and opened by MIcKnight & u McNeely. b The incessant rains of the summer I1 have been productive-of weeds and it mosquitoes. ti We have a somewhat lengthy com- el munication on the Union precinct tl pblie school, which will appear next U Israel Smith, colored, writes word p to the OumocnoLa that be shipped a 509 pound bale of new cotton to R. T. Boukner ...

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 September 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S c~tmacratic Journal, bcbottc to ~oral anb (cntral ~1tus, fittraftrrc, rcitnrt, Agriitlturt , Etc. VOL. VIII.- COLFAX-, RANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1885. -NO. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Publidhed Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, Ia.. -BY H_ GC GOODWTY , EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. EIAKRYS OF BULBSCRIPTION. One copy, oue year.......... ....... $1 50 One copy, six months. ............. 75 bix copies, one year ................ 7 50 Iayable invariably in advance. Ir'ATE8 Of' ADIERTISINWG. irst insert.i charyel double pr "e Ptac. It. 11i. 2m. . 3- . . mi r. 1 inch... . 1 50 200 3 . 00 W J 2 inches. i in' 2 . 3 7:5 52 52 50115 7, 3 inches. 1 5) 3 4I 5 00 750 12 (r 23 50 4 iuchese. 2 00 31 6 2 8 75 1 tN 25 25 6 inches. 2 50 4 1 7 1U 10 016 50 :3000 4 columti 4 50) 8 00 250 17 ' 30 ; 52 o : ý '' 0015 ·25 00 0 O 00d0 8 00 ,i 1 adovertisement #.1 per square fo r first insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief contumnniations upon sub...

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 September 1885

THlE CHRONICLE._ O(LFA X. - ( ISIt'tANA. THEN AND NOW. We laughed to see the whirling snow And hear the raging tempest blow; We recked not of the Icy blnst. Nor how the storm came wild and fast- Our hearts had sunny weather; Nor snow, nor hatl. nor wild winds' moan, i Could chill the glow around themn thrown, For then we were together. 0(, sweetest word-togetheri I tread. In golden summer hours, A pathway through a land of flowers, Beneath the blue of peaceful skies, With weary feet and tear-dimllmed eyes; I care no longer whether The days be bright or dark, nor how The lonely time goes by, for now We walk no nere together. Ah, nevermore together. -Anll E. Boarser, in Current. CLIMBING A VOLCANO. One of the Five Active Craters in Costa Rica. A Graphic Description of a Perilous Ad venture-A ('rater Never ERamsied by belenntlsta-Incidents aad Accidents. There are five active volcanoes in Costa Rica, according to the geography; Irazu, which is 11,500 feet high; Tur rialba, which is 10,...

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 September 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -A New York man advertises troches for dogs which are guaranteed to make the breath of poodles and pugs as sweet as Desdemonia's. -Disease itself may be a blessing. I for it appears that in Philadelphia "interesting <ges" hire themselves out to'clinical lecturers at from twenty-five cents to two dollars, according to the "instructiveness of his malady."- I Philadelphia Press. -Germany has contributed to the world artificial cheese made of one part oleomargarine and two parts skimmed I milk, mixed to the consistency of cream I and subjected to the usual process of manufacturing the genuine article. The Yankee manufacturer of spurious prod nets is not alone bad. -A Spartansburg (S. C.) younglady advertises in the local paper for a hus band. She describes herself "young and pretty, charming and witty, petite and piquante." Either there are no young men in Spartansburg or the damsel has overrated her charms. Chicago Times. -Two negroes of Wheeling, W. Va., bad an affai...

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 September 1885

abe ( lf i thronit c. t i :l) \V. SE-'t 5 1S5 fo it t 'l., ' t.r ir,,a r h. it lhr i 'ill ib iit o irorit ud r I i'(1 ' I Ir Jrr'. I t s' \i'ou . PAiRe A- bsenifstiun. ' .1t,.srs . .l* '5tl \ & Ile',. of Miont . in e r}' ,, Iars. r l i n th rit in , l Ia  * i " ()(CA% I )( )T l' ikt.'s lhoulgratlh gallery '-. hisit Alain. 1"ss al! ks's%% hiis wank So coeic abuIiAsg :ssol ble "took," ain prior! She 1Iab!# Mr. .1. H. Williamns and wife, of ?Montgonitsry, spent a few '11ys in towu this week as the guests of Capt. C. C. Nilshl. D. A. Smitl & Co have received a full stock of dry golods, notions and fancy anld staple grocetries, to bti sold at hrsd litunes prices for catsh. Miss 0. K. Chiellet resumed charsi'e of ths Colfax school on Tuesdsay last, hiving lbeen ubstttt aboutt two oonths, and apparently miuch improved by her vacation. The first bale ,if new cotton was brought, into Colfssx by N W. Corbett on yesterday. It weighed ,51)8 pounds. andi was turned over to .\.Knig...

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 September 1885

THE COLAX CHRO NICLE. S~omtrratic g~urnal, bebottf to focal anb ~cuieral ~is, Witcrature, tienrxe, Bgriculture, etc. ........ ' _.-:.7 - ---:_=---_2-- -------.---=~ ~-- ^ .......-- _-~------- VOL. V111.I COLFAX, GRANT PARIMS, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1885. ýNO. 44. I NS - - --',E, d---- ew- -i,.,----. e ,- o - r o + t reru -al im l r ll putie d ENCE TIESETEABS, I Andrew David, Esq., has been ap- Iof rotto cros ties were striewn all I bighly important that ll partio ...en . I HECE HEE EAS.AndewDaid Eq.,ha benap ,...s un 1' t thui wmriP I.ivimo ftn h enrolled as exhibit.ois THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Pul,liyhed Eve.ry Saturday, at C(oltax, (;rttlit Plarish, La.. -:Y- Ne7 H_ G. GOODWTN, EDITOR aud PROPRIETOR. I 18/.61 UF L'BSCRIPTIOY. 'Oue cjy, ,noe year ................$1 50 ()r I: copy, six nit thi ............... 75 bitx co'pi) . owe ,,".;r ................ 7 50 i', adLle iuliria:lly in advance. -- A Le I:.J IE S OF A llt VERTIBIXO. MPRIN Tirj:. innerti , ciauge.l double pr ;, La...

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 September 1885

-- t ('cOLHAX. - I()I'ISIANA. A FOREST HYMN. The glowing sun is r;,l'ng high Amid the arches of the sky., tllratny air Ises still. I No sound dlsturl,, the leafy grlade Rlave that by ullsy woolthill tmade Upon somle anC ent tlrlunk. dl:ecayed- I ('altll broods o'er ait and hill. In such an hour I love to stray Froml haunts of toiling men away, 'Mid forest depths profound; There, In a bliss of solitude. Where no dull cares of earth Intrude, And Nature breathes sweet q(uietude- The grand old trees around- The heart by daily care; oppressed, The wearied spirit flndeth rest, As, pillowedl on the sod. With nought above but leaf and sky, And loving look of Heavenly Eye, Perchance with angels hovering nigh, I dream of Nature's God. -Eduadnl N. lichtarsi , in ('urrenat. "STAR-SPANGLED BANNER." The Thrilling Event Which In spired This Patriotio Song. A piece of news was borne across the Atlantic Ocean in May, 1814, which I chilled with alpprehension every Ameri can heart: Napoleon Bonaparte...

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 September 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -A Pennsylvania court has decided > that, as elections are not under the common law, bets thereon are not for. feit. -'hiladelphia Press. -Enough land in the United States ir is owned by foreign svndicates to fur- hi nish 2:50~4,0O families with eighty acres of land apiece.- 7"r', Times. n -The Odd Fellow: of Maine have a m membership of 14. ;l,. and since their w organization in the- State. in 1843, have W paid for individual relef $177.323. m -"How can I find out all about the IN young lady to whom I am engaged?" sh asks a prospective Ibned,ct. Ifas she a younger brother? If so, consult him.- Blo.i ton 1ot. W --Large quautities of timber are now s creosot-d at the West, in a special st manner, for railroadl purposes, the effect being to increase the tenacity of lit the wood for hold ng, spikes, etc..- as w well as its density,. and its ability to re sst mechanical wear.--Chiicago Jour- in nes. lit A gentleman who imagined that he an ree,in z.-.l a lady fr end, 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. — 12 September 1885

-- m - m mmmm u =•m - - lt e taolfks £h ronicle. S1I'UKDAY, SEPT 12 1885. } Buscsarnon. $LS0 A Ytaa. IN Auv',-ra. gW4Jrdicial Adrerisef4lnt, mast be paui for be adranoe, or they will be dteonlinied Ite1r the first ,,ertioWn. AGEN'IS. MI. A. A. Goonwry, of Alexan3rin, ik dt arthorized IgyteUt of the'mtr '\ s t.. ,edl1 will contract ftr amlverttlements and re ceive subscriptions. Messrs. McC.+S & Itor., of M,,ro n- n I cry. are our aut.hurized agents. I LOCAL 1)OTS. Any one wishing to buy a desira ble bome should call on (Capt. NasL for a bargain. See advertisement Don't let Mr. Burke get away without first photographing the baby. You know be leaves at the time set lor going. Get in all your corn and what cot ton lou can in the next ten dlays We predict ten days of fair weather, but after the 22d there will be a renewal of the rains. A tilting tournament between the young men of Bapides and Grant is on the ktpiP. The particulars have not yet been arranged, but the tilt and a gra...

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 September 1885

THE COLFAX. CUHRONICLE. Sitnmorratic ,ournal, btbateb to, fatal a.nb tentral tews, literature, Stientc, grinigtlu, Etc. VOL. VIII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1885. INO. 45. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Publisbed Every Saturday, at Collax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY -'v---u- H_ G 3- OODWEEN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 2I RMS OF SGUBSCBIPTION. One copy, one year ................ $1 50 OUe copy, six months............... 75 tirx culjsi, one year ................ 7 50 Payable invariably in advance. hIATS OF ADVERTISING. First iuJcrti . charged double pr .. PACE. It. 1.. 2in. 3.. m . 1 r. 1 inch... l5 1 50200 300 r, 00 900 2 ruches. 1 'I 2 25 3 75 5 25 9 50 15 7: 3 incheos. 1 3 00 5 00 7 50 12 0L 23 50 4 iuches. 2 00i 3t 6 2y 7L 1i 1 25 25 5 inchos. 2 50 4 .0 7 01110 00 16 50 30 00 I coluni 4 5t)1 00 25017 5 30 5 i20 ' "*'G"u' 0015 00,25 000 50 00 1. 00 .tm f: s ement; .41 per square fo r arst nsertioni; each subsequent publica ticn 50 cents per square. Brief commininications ...

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 September 1885

THE CHRONICLE. ('OLFAX. - I.)UISIANA. DOWN TO THE SEA. I know not what its course may be Down from the mountain to the sea: The spring I know, alone and still, Where bubbles forth a little rill. The clear, brown streamlet well I know. And how its hurrying waters flow. At first the grasses turnto make A softer runnel for its sake; Theecareless buttercup looks down And sends a petal to the town. As, whTip'ring to the happy day, The brook sets forth upon its way. Farther, bright pebbles line its bed And gleam and glance beneath its tread. It rushes through the alder shade Nor loiters for the open glade. Down swift easecades It dies and sings Shhkes the white spray in airy wings; Then, plunging, with a deepened roar, Through the cleft rock its waters pour. The solid basin far below Is hollowed wide beneath its flow. Here for a space it stops, to gain New volume for the open plain. At length, full-swelling, broad and freer It sets serenely toward the sea. Beside the green, dark pool I 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. — 19 September 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -A y g man a New Haven has a s e toll of 7.000 birds' eggs, em bracing nearly 2,000 varieties. -There are said to be twenty-five e thousand lawn tennis players within a v radius of ten miles of New York. p -Cabul is pronounced Kawble; Mery b is Mahrlv;.Herat is Herrht; Kurrachee is K'rahchy: and the aeent of Afghan istan is on the second syllable. all of these words the "a" is pronounced as in "ah."-Chicago Herald. -The tropical gooseberry, which i a cultivated in Florida, grows on a hand- v some tree from ten to fifteen feet in e height. The fruit is rather smaller f than the Siberian crab apple, and the t shape a flattened globe. It contains C one hard seed. The fruit is only mod- v erately valuable, but the tree is ornsa v mental.-N. Y. Tribune. I -A certain father in Middletown at ii tended one of the meetings Sunday with i his little son. When it was announced 8 that the collection would be taken the f father gave the boy money for that t purpose, but what was hi...

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 September 1885

S~l(JlU).AY, SEPT. 19. 1885. d, 5 lus.Atll,.  1:' A YdOA., ISN ALcDAIU tj'Jadi(ctl ,Jr.ivrtisemtNls aDdl br pyud for ital edreicr, or thlwg will b dtlioiiaaed o Or --rr -r-rl insertion. P, I tl) - A EN'1,. - Mrs A. A. Gooui)W, of Asexandria. ii 1 an ,,,t,,,rizld Y ,at of t a adfr a CLw , bdu . wi.lt cmiarut fir a,|vertiycment "and re- p JMr.er, . b c(:.ersi & ho.. of Moutgol err. arc our authorized agents. L CAL OTS. t-i 31r J.. B. 'lcker has been down B with chills and fever for a week, but C is inpro'riL.?. Jid( e W. L. lRichardson is build ing a big shed over his entire horseit rlot, about 30x40 feet. i Mlr J. J. Bturke, the photographer, hhal a ,.ongestive chill on Thursday, but with the help of Dr Dunn he pulled through it 'and bids fair to a come out all right. Mr. R. S. Cameron now feels the r weight of a father's care. A little girl cherub made her appearance at Dot's house Monday night, and he j is happy. Baby and mother getting along finely. Parties indebted to the C...

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 September 1885

THE_ COLFAX CHRONICLE. Sitmmaratic journal, bhbottb to Fatal ad tgenral etos, literatuur, Warit, 1grkioturte, fte. VOL, VIII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1885. INO. II -- am .. . . .. . . . . ... . ... . .. II THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. --BY- I. a3-. G OODWYNT, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 2E~.Ys OF ,$SUBBCIIP'1UON. Oue copy, one year. ............. $1 50 One copy, six months................. 75 tjix copies, one year ................ 7 50 kayable invariably in advance. ItATE, OF ADVERTIJnG. Tirat, inserti . charged do uble pr ~e - -- ....--- --I - - FA*. mt. 1I j 3. .m. l r. Iii . 50 1 n 2110 3 00 00 90 2 inches. I1 0 22 75 525 9 50 15 7: 3 inches. I 50 3 00 5 00 7 o12 (" 3 50 4 iulces. 2 00 a 6 . 8 715 (N "25 6 iuches. 2 5 4 S 7 (110 0016 50 30 00 Seoluni 4 5 o 2 5017 30 3 42 O · -"e 1 95W0 5 00 $0 00 ,tm t advertisaswnent .$1 per square to r first inasertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Bri...

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 September 1885

TIlE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - 1.L01 ISIANA. VERY TRUE, SO MAY YOU. Young man, you say you want a wife To bless your home and cheer your Uife, A woman true in every way, Who does her duty every day: Whose love Is strong and good and pure, A love that wins and holds secure; A wife that will not scold and fret And make you wish you ne'er had met; Whose presence is a shin ng light: Whose counsel guides and keeps you right; Who tries to please in itile things. And to your home rare comfort brings; A woman who knows how to mind Her own business, that's the kind: Who loves her home and stays right there And does not run 'round everywhere To gossip and to idly chat And tell the neighbors this or that: Who. when you're troubled, cheers you up, And sweetens every bitter cup: Who, when you're sick, will nurse you through, As only loving hands can do. Young man, take my advice Jl this, If you're in search of perfect bliss, In weighing girls, see that you place Good sense 'gainst beauty, wealth or g...

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 September 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -An Arizona maa has stopped tak- T* ing an agicultural paper. He wrote to the editor asking how to get rid of A gnats. The answer came in the next her issue of the paper. '.kill them."-N. Y. ing Tribune. ph -Catherine Pussey was struck by a of tl stone from a quarry blast at Elvington and instantly kil;ed. That shows the he error of the popular belief that a pussy any cat has nine lives.-Binghamton Be- som publican. Her -The hog-pen should be always lib- was erally bedded with straw, not only heal where the pigs sleep but the yard out- fact side, where they run. Unless this yard hou is well bedded much of the liquid ma- Qut nure will be lost.-Prairie Farmer. coui -Newfoundland has a population of PeOI 193,000. In 1874. when the preceding census was taken, it had a population con of 161.374. During the time the Cath- str olics have increased in numbers sixteen cern per cent. and the Protestants thirty-one elu per cent. ca -A bicycler fell from his machine in me the ear...

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 September 1885

e Q lfaE _ arotnilte. sIt 'URDAY, SEPT. 26., 1885. lSuP)O'iuoN,. .L'0 A YEAR, IN ADVANOL gyldicial AdrerfisemenitVx lugt be paid for in adrancs. or they rill be discontiuWd I C aoler the firl in:rt,ne ion. AGiENTS. Ms. A. A. Gooiwtl, of Alexandria. is ' nso altlowrized agenLt of the CII tO ICLE, l til will contract fr advertisewenuts and re ceive stbiscriptiomns.s Messrs..itCCAI' &d Reo.. of Mobnto uI ery. are onr authorized agents. LOCAL 1)OTS. 1. A. Smith & Co. defy competition. Losk in the jury list and see ,f you e have been drawtv on the jury. c ------ ----- Go to I). A. Smith & Co. for fresh and first-cleae groceries. t Weather cool and clear-just what t is needed by the cotton pickers. t Call and exemine D. A. Smith & Os.'s complete stock before buying elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. The Central Baptist Association meets on Saturday before the first c Sunday in Oitotber, with New Hope chorch, in Grant. pariYb. D. A. Smith & Co. have just received a ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 October 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. V Vnnctratic JOurnal, eRbotcb to fatal anb 6neraIl S Jts, Siteraturc, SciTntE, $griruturet, fOt. VOL. VIII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH,. LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1885. O. 47. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, 'nublijhed Every Saturday, at Colfax, (;rant Parish, La.. -BY -flyu-- -'. C+. G-OOTDWY1, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. SER.II.1 OF C"UBSCIlIP'TION. Or)nl copy, one year...............$ 1 50 (tne copy, six amonths .............. 75 Six cupins, one year ................ 7 54) L'uj able inv ariably in advance. IdA TES OF ADI EJRTISIAG. first. iumerti c.haigetl do uble pr . A(.- Iit. 1'i. 2nw. 3 . bn. I r. 1 iuchL ... 1 5 2 00 3 00 ,00 W9 00 2 inches. i tn, 2 2;. :1 7,, 5 25 1) 501 5 7. 3 Inches. 3 00 On 7 3 12 ( 23 50 4 iucheu. I2 0 31 ( 8 75 15 01 25 25 i5 unchest. 54 4 Sc0 7 ) 1) nw i;(i 5:0 :to ( j co um,. 4 5i 00l ' 25o 17 5U 3..- 1.2 4 ut " ' 1 t 1,5 ( 2.5 UU 0 o0 50 0 (t)o iu .th I advertisement 4.1 per square fo r first insertion; aOch subsequent publica tion 50 cents plr 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. — 3 October 1885

TIlE IICHR)NICLE. (1),FAX . 1X. I IAN A NEBULOUS PHILOSOPHY. She came from ('oneord l classic' shades, or Itrtason' thr e i he' i' -at. , And w ave intricate at lut' '- lnts to prove, tr langugrl' I pat, The Wih l tcIJ .u ho ofI the wherefore, and thn Thunlle c ss f the T'hat. She scorned Ignitble" -uJeits-each grovel ring hous.ehol arle - Hult turned her lotty soul to prove the Airl newso t Air. And twi-ted ske~iic- logict 'roullil the What ntes of the Where. To lower natures leaving the dollars, and the She -,tred above the level of commonplace And moullhed treatises which prove the That. neis of the Tl'hencel. Her glorious purpose to reveal the Think. fulness of Thought. To t race each litln by Somewhat on the Some howi' surfac.e wrought. To piiturer forms of Whynot's from the W'hatnut's iieaning caught. To cultivate oulr spirits with the Whyfore's classice flow, To Iicnetli Il:he T'hereness with the Highness of the flow. To flood li dllark with radianlce from the Thisn~e-s of th...

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 October 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -In Sinaloa, Mexico, a woman is be ing exhibited who is seven feet high and weighs five hundred pounds. She is as young as she is charming. being only twenty-six years of age. She was borr in Pach uca- Chiego Tim', s. -Chief Chemist Bradley, of the Brooklyn Health Dlepartmeint, has dis covered pickle manufacturer, who use copper sulphate, or blue vitriol, in color ing pickles. Three small pickles are equivalent to a dose of sulphate of copper. --Brookl/n Engle. -In the city of Trinidad, Mex., a hen has died whiich. according to her owner's statemen:, first saw the light in 1857. Maria Francisco, her owner, has re ceived from her since then 6,371 chickens, of which 2,427 grew up te be hens. -Big lish swim the waters d the Pacitic coa-t. The Port Townsend 4rg.us say- that a halibut was recently caught in Sow Bay by an Indian which weighed 2012 pIounds and was six feet eight inches long, three feet ten inches wide and fourteen inches thick. -The total annual catch of m...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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