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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 23 January 1886

A e dafEar rainiclt. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23,1886. t $SC;crrIPTION. 21..0 A YSelA, IN ADov.z.lo I - - ý ` - r tI'.lsdicial Adrerisemewts must be paid a for i. "dr,·,ce, or t1h wtill be disooatised ,tter the first insertion. LOCAL DOTS. A tine lot of sugar cured haIms, a g first-class article, selling at 13c per lb at McKnight & McNeely's. Congresstman Blanchard has our ii thanks for a Congressional Directory t of 18 5-6ti, asd for other appreciated v Bzaeco,, flour, lard and other grocer ies ju-t received in large quantities e from .Lt. Louis by A. A. Dean, to be t sold at rock bottom figures. C "',r til.h past week Miss Corn Luckett, of Itapides parish, has been the guest of her sister Mrs. J. M. Rhorer, Jr.. e ,.ld expects to remain until Monday. )Dar, man; look at ndem pic-nic S hamus-ouly 9c per lb at McKnignt & McNeely's. If all costs for advertising in sce- y cession matters are not paid in ad vance, or guaranteed by the attorneys a representing the same, such advertis- e...

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. — 30 January 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S cmnorrantic !ournal, bcbotcb to Focal anb ýccral ebtos, riterature, Sritnct, $gricniturt, etr. VOL. IX.l COLFAX, GRANT PARISIH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1886. INO. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE Published Eeery Saturday, at Colfax, (irant Pari.sh, La.. -KYr - -. GF. GFOODWTYN, EDITOR and PROPR[ETOR. 1Bh.lS uF SLJScIl PT'JOfU'. One copy, one year ................. $1 5 )U .u, , a.I .ouutti ....... ...... 7 $iZ Col.p., one 3 a, .............. 7 5 !'af)able iu ariadly ami adva.nce. RATES OF .DI 'ERBTJISM\G. First inserti charrge I do uble pr .e il ,c I. t. I . m . 3. , m . l I inem... 2ao " uU 1 t'v . t JO 2 icue.. a U 2 ." 7. 5i 2 ia 5.0 l 7. 4 nuo.,ee 1k J' [ 6 . 7,. 7. 1.I t:o $5 6 'inicSes. 2 St 4 St: 7 I 1. 't ; .)0 Mi) ,u0 I coiu U. 4 .j[ U, i, , i So i, i , S, *u. * .... .u ' l oui . 0l t U. Is, S. I advertiemwont $1 pr .q`' ..s f.. r -first 1 n*1 rti", ; t..eh -uh.e,ltenLt publica tion SO clitetS l1r square. Itrief commnnicatin,,s npnn untjects o pnu.lie inter a...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 30 January 1886

TIHE CHRItONICLE. COI.FAX. - .()OUISIANA THE WINDING OF THE SKEIN. I held the skein for her one night, When the sha'lowy glint of the fire light Dan'cd fitfully on the opposite wall. Polly and I. and that was all. Were there to see the ghostly ball: ftongs and scuttle. hearth dog and cat, Venus do Milo and mandarin fat, Table and lamp. and chairs where we sat, In rhythmic measure went round and round, In rhythmic measure with never a sound, Whl'e Polly's arms as she wound and wound, Looked like a fiddler drawing his bow Across his fiddle to and fro; The strings were those of the skein, you know I held the skein. I held the skein. I'd known her long, And my heart had learned the same old song That hearts have sung since hearts were r)ade. Trilled in the sunlight or sobbed in the shade. But my lips were mute, for I was afraid To speak my thoughts. lo I held my peace And borrowed hope, and took new lease Of a frendship I hated yet dreaded might cease; For Polly was oddish and queer in ...

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. — 30 January 1886

FARM AND FIRDSIDE. -A good wheat crop can not be grown on poor and hard, cloddy ground. --Prairie Farmer. -If a broom is hung up when out of use it will last much longer than if al lowed to stand or lie about in corners. Cineinnati Times. -Nurses in the sick room should not sit or stand too near to the patient, and above all things they should avoid talk ing when leaning over a sick person. Olicago Journal. -Sugar Drop Cakes: One pound of sugar, whites of ten eggs, and yelks of seven, and one pound of flour. Mix the sugar and yelks, then add the flour. stirring the whites in last, beat well, and drop thin on buttered paper.-2he lousc/mold. -One of the best tonics for chickens, and probably one of the simplest, is to keee a hangul of old rusty nails, the more rust on them the better, in each dish from which they drink. The rust is the oxide of iron sold by the drug gists, and the home-made is as good pe the sale article.--Exchange. -Therost of training Jand is the chief bug-bear whic...

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. — 30 January 1886

bet Qolfar Obroknick. •SATI'HIAY, JANUARY 30, l~86. ei4: ;iu: r.o'. i.te1 . YEAR. xt ADVcteoe. r7.le4iceil AdertisemeNtc*se neat be pa;d ,s- i., .d ,e.e. or Ilthe will be di*coatlinwd M 1:e ' , jirst insertion IO AL I)O'i'S. A tl( 1s,- of sugier tcuet l ane', a 1f:at c ;.,trx: , i,'le. e".iling at 13c per lb at iMc!(i:iglht & McNeely's. Plant your peas, potatoes, rad i.:i:~o leita'e and mustard right nno, if 'v,1 want to have them e..'ly-. Th're is but little danger c f th-. frost hurting them. nBnean, flour, Intel sld ol ther-igrcetr 1e." ;'ti- rrePivedl in large quantitlwe tl`,tr it. L.u,eeii hIy A. A. Dean, to be s."el at r.ctk bottomn figures. IPŽ'. R. A. Davis has been re ta.-x1ol to the Montgomery and C ,l ax work for the present con f -en'e year. His first appoint mient for Colfax is Sunday, Feb. 7. Old Relishleles aIr still aelling their |:lrn,, etocwk of elothinti at low figures. Di't forget Me.Klight & NMeNeely when you want a nice suit or oerreat. B. F. Jenkins, t...

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. — 6 February 1886

THE. COLFAX CHRONICLE. L Ilemocratir Gournal, bboteb to Total aob 6utNral NtDs, Fitraturt, Stince, ~.giculturt, t2t. VOL. IX. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1886. INO. 12. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Coliax, (rrant Parish, La.. -BY-- 3E--. GC. OODWYN, EDITOR and PBOPRIETOR. I iJRAL OF ''B&GlIPTIOQ . One Copy, one year............. $....1 5 One copy, six tuonts. ............. 7 iix colpie, one year ................ 7 5 Fayable invariably in advance. AA4TE8 OF ADVERTISING. rirst iuserti clargei do uble pr ~e PACt. I t. 1?".i 2tm. 3.. bm . l 1 ic- o..., 1i 5 4i 2 b0jW 3 3 W 5 JOi "olu wl-. i jt,2 7 'S525I , ncues. ,Z U] 4 Y.' 75 ti 9r+ 50 t1 7: 3 na 1 3 5 W7 1ý 0 23 50 Icoelu in). J r 5 8 (N( 25 125 1 "'t" uL.' 5 25 W2 0 50 00o 00 . t advertiseument $1 per squ:e fr a frst insertion: each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief eommnnieations upon snhjects o pubhlic interert solicited, bnt no attentio0 will be paid to anonlliUm...

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. — 6 February 1886

THE CHRONICLE. COI.FAX. - LO()UISIANA. TOGETHER. The summeetime is brief, When the brier is In the leaf. And the arras of the heaven is blue: There's not a cloud to day. earch we near or far away, Only sunshine, only sunshine, for us two The dimpling water calls. The tide to landward crawls, Shall we spread the sail, or dip the oar, And steer for Tyntagil. Or what fairy coast you will. Whatever misty, far, romantic shore? The nympha and nerelds there May twist their sea-weed hair, And the sirens sing their sweetest melodies, While we oat and float along To the echo of their song, Out on the mysterious, storied seas. We may lean upon the oar And listen to the lore That the breakers whisper in our ear; We may cateh the sigb, alssl Of drowning folk who pass Far beyond us to some unreported sphere. Bt perhape the wind may rise And touch us as it lies. And the white squall follow in our wake; And sweep us arther still. With its resistless will, From the Gower-haunted strands we hope to ...

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. — 6 February 1886

PRACTICAL EDUCATION. An niusetteesai stsm wnte Deserves - uveuassie rs. dris In many essentlal detaik, the working of the system of public education in spoa Worcester, Mass., has been at once and A nd original and of remarkable vigor. A the somewhat recent elaboration there of the the plan of bringing a public library hoc into direct collaboration with the - schools, has been successfully pefected. hall and attracted general interest. Special cup subjects in which a class are engaged thr with their text books, and which these (go last naorally can only outline for the nut students, are investigated by them in tast the library during set school hours, in with the aid of the libraries in selecting -2 the best books for the purpose and - chapters bearing closest on the subject imj ini hand. Younger scholars have their the attention drawn to illustrations, and to tab the older ones text and plates are al ke spo made of great advantage. Books are you freely loaned to students and teache...

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. — 6 February 1886

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1886. aBascanlero,. $LI tA tYAL. I AnvA aa. 'Jrdioial Adre.rtiset*a et* mwt be ,pid for in adruees, or they will be discoantsmed after the Arst inserti LOCAL DOTS. The Meikel plow is sold for cash by A. A. Dt6n it $4 50 and the Hall plow at $6. Miss Estelle Hickman has been a visitor at the house of Mr. Jas. M. Rhorer, Jr., for the past week. A fne lot of eLarred hams, a flrst-class article. kmAlg at 13e per lb at .McKuighb & MNeelys. Those wantinlg pure Ozier cotton seed can secure the same by call ing on Prof. John Miles, at Colfax. See his not.io e Bacon, foert lard aid other grocer ies just received in large quantities from St. Louis by A. A. Dean, to be sold at rock bottom figures. Mr. A. G. Hargis has moved into the hills five miles east of Colfax, and Mr. D. A. Smith has rented and will sehoriy move into Dr. Dunn's honeuse. Old Reliabl are still selllin their large stock of clothing at low res. Don't forget McKnight & Mc eely when you w*st knie...

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. — 13 February 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. ' Litmnrrati . onarnal, btbeteb to Total 'nb utneral ebs, Iitfrature, Stei te, Agrimiturt, etc. VOL. X. I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1886. INO. 13. THE 00LFAX 0HRONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., -BY -. G. GcOO W'-N, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 2 ERM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year................. $1 5 One copy, six months ............... 7 hix copies, one year ................ 7 6 Payable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADVEBTIINGO. First ibaerti . charged double pres PAC . it. =. 2m. 3_.. b. . 1 iuch... 50 1 S 00 3 W 00 r, JO 2 inche. 00 2 2 3 7 525 9 50 Lb 7 3 inhes. 1 50 300 5 00 7 50 g1 Or ( 50 4 InoLs. 2 00 31 6 1 d 76 15 f 25 25 6 inehes. 2 50 4 5C 7 10 16 50 30 00 ioolum ,4 5r 8 00 -2 17 30. 52 0t 1 2'0 0 00 0 0 00100 a dvrieet 4$1 per qUfare fo first insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief commnaieations upon subjects o public interest solicited, but no attentio. will be...

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. — 13 February 1886

TIlHE CHRONICLE. COI.FAX. - LOIISIANA HEART AND HEAD. t loved her in the early spring, When bluebirds mate and robins sing: My heart cried haste! oh, speak! make haste! My head made answer, haste is waste! I dropped the corn, I sowed the wheat, The summer came with blossoms sweet; And all the time my heart cried haste. And head made answer, haste is waste! I stacked the grain, 1 sheared the sheep, I reasoned that my love would keep; My heart's loud cry of haste, oh, haste! Was silenced still by haste makes wastel The ground is covered o'er with snow, Another wed her weeks ago! My mocking heart cries haste, make hastel And mocking head, oh. haste makes waste -Jennie E. Dow, tn Century. "THAT MITT.'" Mis Alice's OCuning and Suocess ful Device. CHAPTER .. Eugene Sylvestre, tall, well-pro portioned, blonde and mustached, stood with watchful, albeit rather sleepy looking eyes, near a crowded corner of State Street in our busy, bustling, well bepraised city. He was leaning, with a languid...

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. — 13 February 1886

M ISCELLANEOUS -"Doing anything now, Bill" "'u, yes; I'm kept buy all the time." "Ah! wa Glad to hear it What are you doing?" wh "Looking for a job."-Kentucky Stats Joutrn. hol --A society writersays the "Chewing hs Gam Club" will take the place of the b "Kettledrum," the "Coffee Clock," and the "High Tea" in Washington society by this winter. -Less than four out of each hundred the Americans lived in cities in 1790. The city population bad increased in 1840 to s eight per cent., and is now twenty-two. me There are only seventeen States with A more people than New York City.- Boston Budget. 43, -The German or Prussian national hymn, "Heil Dir im Siegerkrans." and the Swiss hymn, "Rufst du. mein Vater- t land," have exactly the same melody as m the English "God have the Queen" and a the American "America." p° -A Government engineer points out that in nine of our seaboard cities alone property valued at $3.322,000.000 is ex posed to destruction in ease of war. be cause of our lack 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. — 13 February 1886

.be ~olfar raitkl. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY' 13, 1886. 8uBsat·Irtos, $1.50 A YEAs. £I ADVA0or. rj.'Jndiciar AdrertiseSmeto must be paid for in adrance, or they will be discoatinled after the frst insertisa. LOCAL DOTS. A fine lot of fruit trees for sale at the CHItONICLE office. The Meikel plow is sold for cash by A. A. Dean at $4 .i5 and the Hall plow at ei. At the term of the circuit court, which meets in Grant parish on the '22d inst., six appealed cases will be tried. A fine lot of sugar cured hamue, a firbt-icass article, selling at 1' per lb at McKnight & McNeely's. During the fine weather of the past ten days the farmers around Colfax have broken up a world of ground. Nothing like getting a good start if you want to keep out of the grass. Bacon, tionr, lard and other grvcer ies just received in large quantities from St. Louis by A. A. Dean, to he sold at rock bottom figures. Gardening is now the order of the day. If the amount of seeds planted is any criterion of the quantity...

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. — 20 February 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S~1tmecratii journal, betbtcb to otral aub 6tneral SxtDs, littrature, Sient, ~gituitrt, trc. VOL. 1X.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1886. INO. 14. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Collax, Grant Parish, La., -BY H- G. OODW0rYN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. EkRMSM OF SUBSCRIPTIO. One copy, one year.................$1 5 One copy, six months ............... 7 Six copies, one year ............,... 7 5 Payable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADVERTIBING. rirst iuserti , charrv.l double pr .e PAC.. L. 1. 11". 2. 9.m .i 1 anch... 50 1 60w 200 O33 U 0 JU 2 inuche. 1 O 22 1 3 75 5 23 9 50jL, 7: 8 inche. 150 300 5 0 7 .12 (! g 50 4 iucees. 2 00 31 6 2;d 7. 15 (r 25 25 b inehes. 250 4 .. 7 (lo 0o116 s 30 00 h columu,1 50) 00 2 50 17 30 5 52 4 "Cot ` l 0015 25 0 i00 d) Odo 0 S-' -ul ls o oo -lo S't advertisement .$1 per square fu rst tnsertion ; each subsequent publics tion io0 ceats per square. Brief communioations upon subjects o ...

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. — 20 February 1886

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - I.()I'ISIANA A CULPRIT. The maiden aunt, in her straight-baeked chair With a hush on her pale and wrinkled cheek And a horrified, mortified, mystified air, Was just about to speak. And the maiden n!ece-a nice little maid Stood meekW twirling her thumbs about, With a half-triumphant, half afraid And wholly bewitching pout. Said the maiden aunt: "Will you please ex plain What your heads were doing so close to gether? You could easily. I assure you, Jane, Have knocked me down with a feather! "When I think of your bringing-up-my care, My scrupulous care-and It's come to thlst you Appeared to be sitting calmly there, And letting a rouse MAx ICISS you "Now tell me at once just what he said, And what you replied. This is quite a trial, So do not stand there and hang your head, Or attempt the least denlall "If I catch you once more in such a-fix, Though you are eighteen. I aen tell you, Jane, I shall treat you Just as if you were six, And send you to school againl ...

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. — 20 February 1886

A CO-OPERATIVE SCHEME. How Thrre Toaig Mere ept sa ieedly Cempos There eame tbree young men who started out In life together. And they made an agreement that none of them should go into any business that would Interfere with the others. They kept the agreement Here they are, oliowlng their reepective preteeions: I THE BOY KNEW. Toseaoag a Polleoema the Meanaing a Varatlons in Musle. A small boy sat on the remnant of the broken-dowu door-step, liltening to a well developed domestic infelicity occurring in side of the house. A pollceman came along, and, attracted by the sounds within, nlquired of the boy what the row was about 'That ain't no row," he answered Indig. nantly. 'tbat's main and dad bhav' a mat inee concert." . "Concert, the mischief," responded the cop; "what kind of singing do you all that?" "The singin' 'as all right. They're doln' 'Home. Sweet Home,' now." "Here, bob. you're lylo' to me; there ain't no 'Home, Sweet Home.' about that," the officer growled, as he unbent ...

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. — 20 February 1886

the rOlfa Q_ loni le. SATURDAY, PEB3RUARY 20, 1886. H8asaaIPTION. $1.5U A Y.eR, In ADVANCE. Judicial Adrertisements must be paid for in adronce, or they will be dicostisaser after the first insertion. LOCAI I)OTS. Lovely weather. Circuit court meats Tuesday. See if your name is in the tax list on first page. A fine lot of fruit trees for sale at tic CHRONICLE office. The Meikel plow is sold tir cash ihv A. A. Dean at $4 50 and the Hall plow at $6. Mr. D. A. Smith bas a part of the lumber to build his house on his lot next to Mr. Teal's residence. Bacon, flour, lard and other grocer ies just received in large quantities from St. Louis by A. A. Dean, to be sold at rock bottom figures. While burning off a sage field this week George McKnight killed eight rabbits, outrunning and kill ing them with a stick. Now is the time to plant oats, and plenty of them should be put in. Nothing is more profitable than a few acres in oats, replanted with " after the oats are har vested He still lives ...

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. — 27 February 1886

ThE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Stnlemoratic %tmrnal, bebateb to oeal anb 6eneral letns, ifteratnre, Sienxe, grientlmre, etc. VOL. IX. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1886. XNO. 15. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant parish, La., s -BY QE. G. GOODW~YN EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBCBRIPTION. One copy, one year.................$1 5 One copy, six months ............. 7 six copies, one year ................ 5 Payable invariably in advance. BATES OF ADVERTISIING. FirL st iuun chargel do uble pr .e - - .. ---" ,AP. It. lti. 2m. 3... Em. 1 1 Inch... '1 560 3 00 00 JO Iiunchbe. 32LS 3 65SS 950 1b7. 3 inchal:l 6 3 500 7 501 19V 60 4 inche.  31 14 d 7 1650 256 5 loches. 50 4 5C 7 010 16 60 30 00 ! oolam ,4 800 95017 30 3 '4S 2 '. ***015008500 0 .0008000 a1 E1 s ment 41 per square tf first tasertlion; esh subsequent publica tion 50 eentS per squar. Rrief oemmuehatioun upon subjects o public interest solioited, but no attentio0 will be paid to anon...

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. — 27 February 1886

(OLFAX. - L()LI'SIANA KNOW HOW, MY FRIENDS. When any thing you start to do, If you would find success 1 don't care what the thing may bhe A greater or a less It's just as sure as I sit here, With thought upon my brow, And inky Ofngers, that you must (rre been taught this truth by sad expe rience, and want to spare you. if possible, a similar teaching- Know how, my friends, know how. There is no work will not repay The time you give tenfold To studying all its ins and outs, And time s worth more than gold. So make up your minds; it will save You many a little row ro-whatever you are called to do (Excuse the word "row;" it isn't elegant, but 'ts expreslsive, and then it's a good rhyme) Know how, my friends, know how. -Madge EUfot, in Baldwin's Monthly. IN BAXTER STREET. Wailing 7Under Arcades or diothes and Dodging "Pullera-in." If the author of "The Saints' Rest" could rise from his grave and come over to New York to see the dingy thoroughfare that bears his name, and observe the inh...

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. — 27 February 1886

MISCELLANEOUS. -New York's "Mrs. Grundy" says "Fashionable wives and fashionable husbands rarely know where to find each other." But the Sheriff manages to find the husband at last.-Chicago Journal. -A Boston man was taken ill out Wcst. When asked if he wanted any thing, he said: "O, give me anything made of beans." So the attending physician gave him castor oil.-Chicaqc Time,. -Stanley says that sunshine in Africa looks like moonlight. That's about the way it looks right here at home to the Board of Trade man who gets on the wrong side of the fence in a big grain deal.-Chicago Ledger. -The Captain of a Boston sloop has been tined twenty dollars by the Cus tom House authorities of Iewport for having her name on the stern painted in white letters on a red back-ground instead of white letters on ablack back ground.-N. Y. Sun. -The brightness of some stars varies periodically, more than 108 so-called variable stars being known, while many more are "suspected variables." The periods ran...

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