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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 21 August 1886

Egbe tQIfar jrronict. SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1886. Bca5Irrr1ro. $1.50 A, YEAs. IN ADVAsCL. l-'Judlicil ddrertfiements must be paid for in adruncc, or they will be discoatinued after the first innertion. LOCAL DOTS. A private school will be opened by Mrs. Josie Ragan in Coifax on the first of September. Mr. A. W. Lewis has been step ping high tor the past week. The ,ause of his elation is the advent of a little girl baby in his house hold, the first. l)AGoRs! A neglected podI or cough may Lcad tp pnpnmonia, neuralgia or other ftsal disease. Strong's Pectoral Pills will Fure a cild as by magic. Bept Ph ng for dyspepsia, indigestion, sick beadache as thousands testify. Two queenly - looking young la dies of Rapides pirish, Miss Sadie and Miss Mattie Patrick, spent two or three days this week as gu4sts of Mrs. Jas. M. Rhorer, Jr. Dr. M. A. Dunn has located at Boyce for the practice of medicine. The doctor is skillful and success ful in his practice, and a most ex cellent and valuable addi...

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 August 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S rtmocratic aunra], beboerb ton Iaal anb 6tntra1l ets, literaturt, Sitirt, gri ulitrt, att. VOL. IX. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1886. INO. 41 THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Publiashed Every .aturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY Sa.. G 00DWYa.. EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 2'b'RM" OP LUB8CBIPT1UW. O'e opy, one year ................. $1 5 One cop), six months............... 7 biix coples, one year ................ 7 5 Payable invariably in advance. BA TE8 OF ADVERTISIJG. i irst iunlert! eharbrel double pr .e _!P'_e. It. 1. 2I. 3 . m . 1 2 Iiies.u 1 . 2 2:. 3 7.5! 5 2.5 9 5 7. SU 5U 125 0- 25 5 i 1". adr' Vertaeement .=1 per squ'; e fu first Insertiion; each subsequent publica tioa 50 cents per square. Rrief communications upon subjects o public intertnt solicitcd, but no attenti,, will be paid to anorylllous writers. a Address: CuIo.N1ICCL. , Colfax, La C PROFESSIONAL CARDS. R. L RANDOLPH, Physician and Surgeon, FAIRMOUNT, LA. is All calls proxmptly...

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 August 1886

THE CtHRONICLE. COLFAX. - - LOUISIANA. TRUST IS BEST. Heart, my heart, take thou thy reste Dark the way, but trust is best. Through the shadow and the night Climbs the pathway toward the light Soon the mists shall disappear, Bound thee fall the sunshine clear. Flowers shall bloom the heights along. All the birds break Into song, Sorrrow, lingering by thy side, Smile transformed, an angel guidel Peace abides the clouds above, By thee walks eternal love. Heart, my heart, take thou thy rest: God is love, and trust is best, Does He try thee oft and sore? Closer cling and trust the more. Tremble not with vague alarm, Never wrong can work thee harm, Pleasure bind thee in its thrall Friends deceive nor foes appal, Doubt nor hate thy faith withstand, While He holds thee by the hand. Heart, my heart, take thou thy rest. Love controls and trust is best -Sarah D. Hobart, tn Chdeago Advocate. MY IMITATION WIFE. A Story, With a Moral, fbr Soo ety Young Men. I had just adjusted my tie, and was pr...

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 August 1886

A NEW DAINTY. The Trade ton Blackbirds for Culinary Purpoes Rapidly Increasing. There is a large trade in Philadelphia In blackbirds. Some years ago, when it first began, very few birds were sold; but the restaurants and private families found out that the birds could be made tender and palatable by parboiling them and then baking them in a pie; and now dozens of bunches of black birds, twelve in a bunch, are sold at the very best game depots. The trade continues from April, when the birds come back from the South, until early October, when they leave this latitude; and all the season through there is one unvarying price demanded for this sort of game, viz., twenty-five cents per "bunch" of twelve birds. The birds are shot by farmers' boys and other sportsmen. As the birds fly to their feeding grounds in the morning and back to their "roosts" in the woods at sundown, and their line of flight is straight, the gunners can fire volleys into their fluttering flocks whenever they come wi...

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 August 1886

. r. 3it Cbronitk . .-, :!Y,;.y AUGUST 28, 16M. n:' ; .{*".rU.'e flit8 went be paid r , r tieg trill be disroetiNutdQ >". 1. D OTS. . I is !old at thl ir,: U!,riLa at 15e a peck. :I. f-lmant Smith has been up , d retlu ning officer for Grant j, ; ad has received the tally ,., fr Nv. 24. ., LeSage is building a .lt.h- t:d1lde and sheds at one :: r 1 fu rl , a-nd will semf - the entire block with a neat 1-: -. - At the residence of her brotLhr, C. F. G(odwin, on bayou I ,rarnier, M,,, 1'".. Aui-ust 16, 18S6, _". .(, :'IIbtONIA MO4 : :IY, aged 39 \ ,"t=:dl S'ntiinl and 3Ionroo C ,.0 c s pl.l'e n, cot)V. A rl'c for a purse t,I 8100 will b,' run between the horses of Mr. If-ow, ,, lu.it0h ntti Mr. Goo. Pierce, u:n 1 .nday, August 30th. Thle lat tr'r animal, "Cap," used to belong to Mr. Harvey Williamson. Each p'rty has pnt up a forfcit of $25, -tal the race will come t( -::tain. A Good lla i Failures. t),uriz.i rie vear 1E3 their, were 10,.,; tf'llllv iu busiues it the Uni tedl S...

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. — 4 September 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Smorranti c murnal, beboafr to lotal anb 6tneral ets, ,iteratur, .ietrmt, Agritultnrt, ~tt. VOL. IX. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1886. INO. 42. I|. . . . ...  . . .. . . . .. . .  l _, .. --- II .. . . . i iim a i aiml i •I Ii THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., -ItY I-. C. GQOO aDWYN EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TE"RMS OF 8UBWCIIPTIO]. One copy, one year ..............$1 6 One copy, six months.............. 7 ia co el.es, one year ................ 7 l'ayable invariably in advance. RATES OF AD FERTISIG. First inserti charjrei do uble pr .e PAC. It. 1. 2n. 3..u. b. 1 ' inch... 50 1 O502 3ou ;"oo i JO 2luioess. 1WO 2 2+: 3 75 525f 950 uL 7: 3 ilaeu,. i  3j5 oo f 5 7 O 7 23 50 4 iuchea. 2 W 31 6 2 15 1 d 75 l3 2525 b inches. 2 5 451; 7(01 l0(01650 :SuOf) ooluW 4 5) 8 00 25017 5 30 3: W ( S U  0015 500 O 'i001500o0o O) I advertisement $41 per square ft first i nsertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 ...

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. — 4 September 1886

COLFAX. - - LOUISIANA. t AT SEA. No moon the star lit deeps to sound; No shore to mar the perfect round: With dark sail curved and prow a-light. The ship speeds onward through the night. The parted wave glides swiftly back, Forever closlng on our track. And erowdlng pearls, an endless tide, Slips from the furrow's curlng side. Faint tropic winds, with ghostly feet, The shabdowy deck unchallenged beat. Flit through the dusky saills, and speak With soft, sweet lips. against my cheek. Deep unto deep, with listening soul I hear a solemn cadence roll: spt. rhythmic pulses. throbblng slow, From depths above to depths below. One full, mysterious life, whose sound Sweeps through creation's utmost bound. Thrills to each sobbing breath, and hears In rippling waves the swing of spheres. No far-off isle of beings hides Beyond tbhe circllng of its tides: No barren shore but sometimes glows With drifted bloom of summer rose. O watchful helmsman! if we go Yo reef or port what heart can know, Save ...

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. — 4 September 1886

,MISCELLANEOUS. -England owns 26,000,000 fowls and 00,000o,0,00 eggs were imported in -it is said that consumption kills ly as many per year in the United as the cholera did in Spain last -There is a family in Glascock ty, Ga., consisting of a man, his 1wife and three children, whose aggre gate weight is less than two hundred ýpounds.-N. O. Times. -Two Long Islanders had an odd atch at Westhaven, for one hundred ollars a side, one picking the feathers four chickens in less time than it k his competitor to skin twelve eels. N. Y. un. -To apply a mustard plaster so as 0t to blister the skin, mix the mus with the white of an egg instead water. The plaster will draw thor bly without blistering the most del skin.-Bostlo Globe. -If you see a girl holding a species materialized toadstool over her he-ad a gardea party this summer, don't o bed. for it is merely one of oeoentricities of fashion broken out SA parasol.-Philaslelphia Press. -The woman who wants her garden at small expense, has o...

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. — 4 September 1886

tit QrýIf dtrani ce. SATURDAY, SEPT. 4, 1886. osBoulPrrON, $1.50 A YzA., IN ADvlYrO. P'Jgdicial Adrertisements must be paid for in adranoe, or they will be discontinued after the Jirst insertion. LOCAL DOTS. Cool nights. River low. Corn good. Money slow. Worms eat the cotton ? No. Service will be held in Colfax on Sunday by Rev. R A. Davis. District court for Grant parish will hold an ordinary term begin ing next Tuesday. See notice of tax collector that the rolls are now on file in his of fice, and the time to pay taxes has again arrived. Capt. LeSage has a handsome new sign for his drug store, just finished by that k'illful artist, Mr. J. C. Goulden. The horse race that was to have been run last Monday has been postponed until the 13th of this month, when it is to take place at or near Fairmount. The young men of Colfax com plimented the editor and his fami ly with a delighful serenade on Wednesday night, for which they have our thanks. Mr. C. H. Teal has had Mr. Gool den to hand...

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. — 11 September 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. L ImaOLraic GRnrnaT, btbottb to Aeatl anb 6meral Ybs, iterrature, Stinte, 1g8in.turN, tf3. VOL. IX.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1886. INO. 43. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every I.turday, at Colfax, Grrant Parish, La.. -B-Y H. G. GOOIDWYN , EDITOR and PROPRIETOR,. TERIMS OF SUBSCBI.PTIU,'. One copy, one year. ............... $1 5 One copy, six nmontl ............... 7 Mix Colapo,, ou.e year ................ 7 5 l'ayable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADI 'ERTI'ISG. IFirst. inserti charc l dii uble pr .e r'AC-. lt. 1.,a. m. j 3_. . bn .. 1 S - 1 inch... ;.i 1 U j 2 0 , JO 2 inches. i . 2 a a ,; 'l :, o J . iohleh s. 1 5'0 .1 , e ý 7o.1' t' U zJ 5 ., W4 nobues. 1 ., 6 ;3 I ' 7.iIl.; U. 5 inche.. 2 ''I 4 5o 7 't1 (MNnhi; .# 1. ut) Scolumsn 4 >'. b (ii !' . 17 ~i3 ý 5 1. advertisemenut $1 per qq,;-.re t'u Arat insertirl" : .eclb subseqluent publiS. tion 50 cenut Per iqut4re. Brief cornmmnwitcations tipon subjects o pnhlie iuterret io...

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. — 11 September 1886

THE CHIRONICLE. be hea as COLFAX. .[- - 1 ISIANA. and ONE BY ONE. fea One by one the hours meet as a8m In the shadow or the shine. ber With the Joy that comes to ret asu wit Or the care that waits in Ue. the One by one, aad not in massues in The heavy burden we must lift, all Bravely bear.nh till it peases Prom us, steadily and swift. as One by one the bricks are laid nto building. the Till the temple reaches grandst heght. ani Wis its slender spires of burnished gldig b Pointings ward to the light. he One by one, each day will bring its duty, be Whilst oourase msets the s.aglene 0 Fa , Till ali trials blossom into beauty., Till the toiler weaves the good into the deed. ter One by one, our heart-beats tell the story him Of the earth-tife measured here, f its mystie web of golden lory, att Wrought from sorrow's filng tear. the EUa Dare, nInter Mean, r A NIGHT OF HORRO)R. " alt M. Ouse Masquerading as Were. He WolL o01 hit A cheerful man was M. Oufe,'who ap loved a jovial evening wit...

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. — 11 September 1886

LOVE OF NOTORIETY. MY :m au. Wnoms Who love o* b* Talkod Abost. Some people are so fond of notoriety that they are willing to make great per sonal sacrifices to attain it It is un questionably a weakness in human nature, and can be endured, provided it eases no harm. A few are silly enough to confound notoriety with popularity, and eccentricity with genius; others, more silly still, gladly make themselves ridiculous in order to attract attention. The dudes, and all others who assume the outre in dress, belong to this class. Some are lifted into notoriety by an in-rolling wave of Clrcumstances, then fret to find them selves stranded when the wave recedes. Some glory In notoriety obtained through the most foolish avenues for it, such as paying an enormous sum for a pew, a painting or an opera ticket, a heavy subscription to s charity fund or expensive dinners to prominent men. Their vanity is 4attered, and it scarcely matters to then] if there is nothing either creditable or lasting 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. — 11 September 1886

th~e E rffar runidlr t. SATURDAY, SEPT. Ii, I8N6. Bvosetrrto. SL A Yass, tx Anasra. grJIdiirl 4dertamseete mat be paid /or i{ adcase, or thy will be dleoe iMad after thes Irt iaerties. LOCAL DOTS. Try fall plowing - nearly equal to a coat of manure, Spring chickens sell readily in Colfax at 12ic and 15c apiece, and pre mighty scarce at that. A protracted meeting will begin in Colfax on Saturday before the first Sunday in October, at which Mr. Davis expects to have the as sistance of Mr. Beard of Alexandria. The pecan and nut crop is said to be good throughout the parish, and the mast crop also promises fair, although the acorn .past will not he as heavy as some years. So says an old gray hearded friend, who is well versed in such things. The horse race for $100, which was to be run two weeks ago, was postponed until next Monday, 13th, and will take place near Fairmount, seven miles below Uolfax. The parties have got their dander up and the purse to be ran for has been increased to ...

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. — 18 September 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLK Scmr  rtric aurnal, btbotef to oea( alub etneral 9teus, literature, Stinntc, grnimtart, etc. VOL. 1XI COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1886. INO. 44. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., -BY- - -- G-. lOODW 0 W T , EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF 8UBaCRIPTIrON. One oopy, one year ................ $1 5 One copy, six months............... 7 Bi oolies, one year ............. 7 5 Yayable invariably in advance. BRATA8 OF ADVERTISIN'&G. Firstinuserti charlred double pr .e " -   m_ - UL AO '. it. lai. lm. 3,. bI . 1 ! nches. ii50 3 W 5 o 7 50 12 tr "" 4 ieooIiee. 3 2 625 d75 5 to 2525 6 onches. 2 50 4 50 7 0! u 00 16 5 5 00 colum:4 59 00 25017 r.s J )0 ..bili...,:015 250 0 o OoUu0 "ft o15 er'teanena 41 per square fo nrst i nertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief commanications upon subjects o publie interest solicited, but no atteatio1 will he paid to anonymous writers. Address...

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. — 18 September 1886

THE CIISRONICI,.. --* -- COLFAX. - - L. I:ANA THE HUBBITE AND HIS SON. W"ow big, papa. Is Sulllvan. That people call him greatr Is he as big as ma's mamma And can he shy a plater' "O, no, my son, about as big, Perhaps. as Paddy Ryan; HTseskl| Jt is that mares him ireat Wheu with him gloves you try on. "RIS skill so great? I know his name Is famed in Boston circles. And that his dukes when clad with mitts Resemble shells of turkles. But can he knock one silly, pa, This hero of our Hub, Or are the stor es that I read Sensational flubdub?" I'They're true, my son: he's Boston's pride, Fame clusters round his name; A glory almost deifed Because, you know, he's game. We can not all be Sullivan, Nor with him ever cope, Nor pose as Ajax in the show,. But where there's 'sand' there's 'soap.'" "But, pa if I to Harvard went, Or even unto Yale, Could I not hope to learn to spar And make the people quail?" "0. yes, my son, perhaps you might, But better learn to pitch Good pitchers snatch the Why...

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. — 18 September 1886

A RARE SIGHT. !e ach ae or the ans me R ms d its atra..o c.mt.. omse things are done in Rome in a iWay that would seem strange enough to the good people of other countries. Let me five you an instance. At the end of the Vie Capuccini stands the littleold church of the Capuchin monks, .a church of plain exterior, but rich within with marbles and painting. Here is the celebrated St. Michael by Guido, a figure known in every Chris tian land by the aid of engraving and photography. But it is not of St. ichael that I wis to tell you; it is of the good brethren of the Capuchin order, that no'q are with the saints, we trust. Und.er this church is their burial place, and their place of resur rection, too- temporary resurrection before the final one. To see that this 15 P'operly done is the duty of the liv iag memhbers, not merely their burying at t seirrising again, to be clad in their monkish garb and placed in the ichae to which they are entitled ac emoting to date and regularly estab l...

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. — 18 September 1886

SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1886. a e0arrrrox. fS.U0 lss, ml ADvAsOl, a tJidieild Adaieweits set be ped Jb-r is deoses, v h1eq ill w dimsltiud I a/kr the .irst i~rles. . LOCAL DOTS. B. Turner, Pineville, has more goods and is selling them at cheap- d or prices than ever before *BoN.-To Mrs. N. C. MoNeely, at 1 o'clock on the afternoon of Tuesday, Sept. 14th, a girl Cotton pieking has commenced i n earnest in this region, and in a ew all the gins will be set a several flocks of blue winged 1 teal ducks have been seen flying up e and down Red river within the past few days, CoL Trump is "raising" a regi ment for the nextMexican war, and r we are pleased to announce that he t is meeting with fair success. Gervais Baillio, Jr., of Rapides parish, extensively known as a newspaper writer, died in Alexan dria last Monday afternoon, from congestion of the brain. Those desirous of securing a fine lot of 2-year-old apple trees are requested to call at the CHRONICLE office. Will be sold extra cheap. 1...

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. — 25 September 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. ' 9emorrnati' aurnal, betbo b to Total anb 6teaI ebos, 'iteratuxr, StitenU, AgricmIture, otr. VOL. lX. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1886. INO. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., -BY I. G. GOODWYN. EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCrIPTION. One copy, one year................. $1 5 One copy, six months............... 7 Six 1opio0s, one year _............... 7 5 k'ayable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I'irst iaserti . chargel do uble pr. e - - . . . I- - - S. It. 1Tu. tum. L . m . 1 1 inch... {0 1 5U 2 00 3 co ti 00 J 2 inches. 1 2'2 3 75 5 5 9 50 1,. 3 inches. 1 50 3 W 500 5 iches. 2 50 40 5 7 1(0 100 16 50 : 00 co1umn,1 4 8500 -250 17 50 305 , 2 t t "al l . 00115 25 00 0 50o 0 0U SI; td= r~dement.41 per square fo first Insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon subjects o publie interest solicited, but no attentio. 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. — 25 September 1886

th. a1 COILFAX. - - .'I.ST!AANA. fr( an MISS CRESUS. gr MY Lady Di'dain, my Lady Disda te Of contumelious men,. As roud and as cold as in days of old, WI The proudest and coldest queen; be With your chiseled face and your stately hi grace, You tyrannise over men; And your beauty rare makes us all de spair; But your beauty will fade- Pt What then? of My Lady Disdain, my Lady Disdain,. ou're lovely, and gay and young, at I agree in sooth there is naught like youth, . As poets have otteu sung h But the years go by as the swallows fly With swiftness beyond our ken. You are radiant now with your white, smooth brow; p But the wrinkles will come What then? My Lady Disdain, my Lady Disdain, W You've servants at call ansod beook, And Jewels most rare gleam amid your hair hi Or sprkle upon your ue'k. You have wealth at hand that you may command By dipping a golden pei. d nd an income line. that I wish was mine; But your father may fall What then? a --ambler. it THE DIAMOND DOLLAR. o I Which I...

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. — 25 September 1886

MISCELLANEOUb. -More than 45,000,000 persons have -a.sed over the Brooklyn bridge since Swas opened to travel.-L-rooklyr, tlision. ' -The last revolutionary pensioner died at Clarendon, N. Y., in 1866, eighty-four years after the close of the war.-Buffalo Express. -The main building of the New Or. leans Exposition was put up at auction the other day. It cost over half a million dollars, but the highest bid re ceived was $9,050.-N. O. Times. -11 has just been discovered that the cemeteries in Wayne County, N. Y., have during the past two years been systematically robbedt. At least one half of the bodies interred have been stolen.-Buffal9o E r.ress. -Colored depositors in Charleston, according to the News and Courier, have $124.936; on deposit in five savings banks, the largest sum belonging to one person being $6,-547, and the smallest one dollar. -One inning of a recent game ol base-ball in Atlanta, (:a, presented a curious feature. Atlanta had three men to hat. E.ach one of them w...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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