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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 11 March 1882

THlE COLFAX HRNCllR9ULE. O tmoLratir ,omrnal, bcbottb to focal anb Q6cnral os, literature, Stienut, grinlturt, tc.. . VOL. V.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISHII, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1882. INO. 18 V1JE UJLFA.! CHRONIOLE, f~lujiliazlº1 Ev~ery S4aturday, at < '1ºl'a, c.1raiit Pj,.rsh. L~a.. hr. C+- COO)WYN, LDI )3 aid PROPRIETOR. I IJrMWS eiF SLJISCRPTIOPV. ) h~"* aj'yf onaie ) ear......... _ ..$ W C. j,~. m. i ............... 1 Y5 1a& (41,""4-4 uaa. y'ahr . ..l WIU46 r 4y.ubk iaaaria Lly in advance. l:ATK3 T. OF AIVUERTIf.IG. 1aI et iaa.', tiiam da.a-rd domble aric.. r P+tf: i . :.. ur jut C. ye I i1I j. :,,, o º° 3 uI 5 9 W 2L is c.,r,.. lisp c, . 75 L 6 >/ l5 7 :S I I .04>. !1u.J 6U 6 U 7:> 57 t 25 1 n.IlM_ i6 25el7" 15 U A itwelm.,. L Aij 4 7t 1" 165 JU U 4.411I1~ 4 .,, 0i.. 14 e65 17 r.1 Jut W~l~ U11 t aligi~i '%e. t.s.ý.uefta $l per square f r tit.1 I-eat , au; e, t1 ba ilmueluqot public.n II 4 "1 4','aL Al1~ at . 1`I14 1'e lIt t,"' 4. 1130 ae ti noa upon 61111) cti tot...

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 March 1882

TIlE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. "*IHOW FAR IS IT CALLED TO 7iE WiRA VET" " IHow far ln it called to the graver The b:oy I,~l)kd up from his play "The grave? I have not heard of the grav; it must be far away. " Often the sailors have told me Of lands where the p.alm-trees wave, Of lands of beauty and wonder; but they never spoke of the grave." Naught he knew of the silent grave, Naught knew but his play ad prayer: Yet his life's travel was nearly o'er, his little feet just there. "How far ito it calledto the rraver' The lover looked up with a smile "Ah! from the golden land of love it must be many a mile! " Our mad lies yet in the sunshine, Through song, and through scented May; Far, far off, is the silent grave, and its shadows cold and grayfl" He could not see that his darling, With the bride-tlowers in her hair, And the wedding token on her hand, was al most, almost there. S"Iow far is it called to the graver' The mitber turned with a tear; White grew the roses in her ch...

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 March 1882

WEATHER--sOR HOT ae admire the phloeophy o te an raan, who, when everything had been we_ t away, said, " Well, there'll e weathetr and I. ft, at any rate." Alasl weather is the " l*lC N dog" of all ibjects; everyone thinks ir r;pcial right t0 try to btter the weather, hurls hii auathemas a~it "Old ProbIabitft ,' and all who endeavor to aristim reg the weather. The following comm from I ·,f. Tice, of 3t. LGo's, o., thee meteor loaglt and wrea prophet d the Itd.er not disulrs the wether butt snurly of mose importana e t th se who "ith ihat painful malady be speaks t: all day aftr t~c cliudlng my lecturs as B5ar1lLa i *r *b~ W" by el Iowa, on The 21st of lDeember last I was sdaeu with asuddesattackof neralgia Ia ti - Intense nausea of b the stomah ,sucoeedied and a emid, emimmy sýwat covered my entite bodyt The atn onal do nating to ro ieve m~~ nfestring for three Iou. I thought-as I had been uaingT. Jacoia Q . with od fect fo)r rheumatid pat -I wou try i aturated a beem of mmns la...

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 March 1882

(ht Q oi1fax: Q lbronirll* mI SAT'IUtDA.k, M.AttH 11, 1882 Sur Subscription $2 a Year. In advance. I ri.udlciald Adrertiaemene mwaet be paid ll jor in tdroner, or lths will be discotinswFed aTter thr flrst iauertiosn E Ma. A. A. GoonwIN. if Alexandria. ij ao aluthoriztrd agent ot theatlR sNIr.ft,aun ~lr" will contrcet for advemtierneiute and re C' ivjet' 111ic iptliOl B o IlMN rs. \;C(AIN dI BHO. of loultglll- ta - t esy. tile ,t IutItthriz d alngenta. 1 IA)('A I. I)(l'l'S. io PitnU, t*" rat, t'IIlt oron. & . phi Plant slpoltlen, planl pºolatoes. A Plant lees cotton and inmoure corn and pjotatoea t Mr. Pio~sasr c,laurunced achex I last ta' Monday morning with a full attend p ance of sc.holars. thei Main street, leaduing east out if Colfax, Ihas been plowed up, to be an leveled off during the coming week. be Wedaiesday threse was an enormous ra rain-fall at Coltx. With this excep cel tion the weather hbs been bright and pleasant all the week. alle The State Central Express has...

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 March 1882

.THE COL'AX CH11RONICLE. - tcmocrratic ornal, otcb to aeacl anmb tne l n etus, iterature, Scincnt, gricnItnrt, Otc. VOL. V.A COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1882. |O. 19. mae• • nn n m n mm m~ll~ innn mlimne• ....|...r.. ..M rTHE UOLFAX CHRONICLE, Pullished Every Saturday, at ('oliax, Grant Parish, La.. -NbY H. G. GOODWTlY, LDITORB and PROPRIETOR. 7 iit1Jd OF S L'B1GIPTION. le cpI'y. . ue year .. .... ....$2 00 A (cn " l',.' . I !. ·x U..tl:............... 1 >5 on a -,i e.. ,Se year .... ...........10 UO ..Le,'r iuvtariably iti advance. Cod I.-1 T ES OF JD fERTISING. Flirat i.h.rt.ion charged double price. riC.,.. It. ,..  I. Gm. lye. SirH'h... 1 2 0 3 5 fl 1 i.t... I-. 2 2 375 5 25 9 15 75 :1la'Ine. I 1i' 5 ( 7 5ti 5U3 D0 4 stIacl.e ; O 3 7. 6 2d 7515 525Do 5inchel.2 54)4 7 00110 U16 300U 4 crln.u 4 1 17 U05 I ..,lwclunku tllla t 95 rU01 o A uo o()hici:al a.ert:meaents $1 per square for first Ie,-cation; eah subsequent publica ti,n .rt ceut per square. lic . ...

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 March 1882

TIiE CHRONICLE. I COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. YOU AND L "If yon |ove mnt' cus I lov Fol :" "The mrth-, imprisoned th.nouht shone thro' HIl eyes' that n,.evr h..r face forsook. lctit followedwt an'l wv:tcha with a longing took. Juovea mas terpicce for him was wrought, ullte she bhe found was the onte he sought. With her in has sky to flood the day. Then, oh, for spring in the heart at way! "If you love me as I love youl:" From hier heart the thought e(naping ftew Up to the heaven of a happy face, A song without words and a nameless grace. For love bad seized his brush anew, And his masterpiece for her he drew; And she felt that life-long joy was near, Since he she had chosen was here-wa'+ here. "If you love me as I love you:" She needs not sigh nor need he sue Since lide by side they watch without fear The lilfe-ladened slaveof Old Timte-the year. And they say he may carry of little or much, There is one dear thing that he dare not touch. Of the past, of the present, and future, too 'Ti...

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 March 1882

Floremeev Pet Berber. . i: I could not help hearing it, beeause waiting for the same barber. Florenee had had up enormIt house Monday night, wat bdl anbeaxming, and set tled himself inTuis Levi's chair at the Grand Pacifie bial'r-shop Tuesday morning, with the all et a man-ttniW satisfied with the comfort and happiness the " I)pty Dollar" can bhig. " )o you know," said Floreeae con fidentially to the barber, "I never oget into a barber chair without thinking of Henry Jnmperlz, and resolving to write a barber stor}'." (;us had, in the mean tilie, prodded Mr. Florence with plenty. of lather ind taffy, and secured passes for two to McVicker's that evening, when he continued his chatter: "I think it was in '59. I was on my way west from Detroit, and occupied a seat with a quiet, intelligent gentleman that I somehow oet interested in after awhile, but fountd it hard work to draw out. I tried to size him up, but couldn't make out whether he was a decent sort of a preacher, a well-behave...

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 March 1882

be tslfar a ro cnitlc. SA'1I'ULlI)AY, MtAKliH 18. lbi2 -qua is sil Subscription S2 a Year, in advance. HixtJ t?.lndcwit 4drer'isaementx mast be pIrod Coul to'- I edr'Ckti, or they vtill be discon tiitted riot after the first ises tion a sk a a Iak and Ma. A.. W~t, of Alexandria. i that atn autho ri adeaftLe LNcnt:s L, riad d wvll co),tract for atdvetiaeuutntb and re- tbe ýuibe subLcriptionl 'r + Meeuis. hJCCAIN & Bno.. of Montgom ery. are ou antlhoriz4 d agents. Icot S.- .togne I O ( AL DOTS. sin i Wild s are ebbl!Pg, but few I1 U1 of the(m lie.u bpen tgbblit us lar. the _ witl The bs*wer I)laube went up this It iF wei"k wib I6) ý61~qi ets on board, en buri route t, woik oa the North Louisi- ent anr r rrtilI#bdpeeen Shreveport and t d Monroe. bod Monday night the store room of who E~q A. L. Grow was entered by un- don known thieves and forty pounds of bou bacon and about twenty pounds of sern coffee stien. bee This week has been a fine season U o for planting. Weather ...

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 March 1882

THE COLFAX C HRONIC(LE. $ @tmcm ratir Journal, bcbotcb to focal anb 6etcral Reies, iiteratrt, S-citnct, $gritu turt, Qtt. VOL. V.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCIIH 2, 1882. INO. 20. 'rAE O)LFLX CHRONIOLE, i'uIiabehi Every %atSlnuda3, at ('lillax, (leankt P~triath. L.a..] - Ii - K_ l" QOODTIPY, EDITOR and PaOPRIETO3. 1RIKJ1S OF SUB.DCRuIPTIUN. S).Be tools. one year. ...............3t I1 BBLe c..I. sixU11144,.t446 .......... . 1 ,ix c4,·'ti) Uonc year *a... .....le t "Layidle iuvariably inI advance. C I.lTES OF ADVERTISING. Viritt inlw"e tiu eIarg it d,iulle 1 rice. -a-PaC. at. jL.. -ah 3111. 6a.. aya. ! inch.. 5i I 5t t I '3 L 5 t 9 W "liciaeia. 1 Ii4. 2~g'3u 2", :!7,5Y" 5 :1 i, elsei 1 5 J 5 7 ,1 124Jt/J 5t .iiIui.. '4 5 4 7 UU t ,.,t I 6 jJ1 li" . 411a i. 1.147, NJ1 t517U .Ai 4AU 444.W 1 01u~u 1, 1 tt;,tx JOLo- -) UU tUu t1ll·eial Iverti~staiueito oI wr .41 t'.r f "I tiiat n1-erlt.1111; each .ultrreq~ieut pul.ic". Ii ,II .4l :cnts Iefr qu1ne. Its) ja. 44411h1 1ic Iti nl...

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 March 1882

THE CfRONICLE. o COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. a _- a THE SOLO. TIaze on the blazoned windows, e The columns ashy and cold, rc fretted frinings and arches he le azure and gold. The organ shudders and mutters Like monster dyn In pain; The chormd s Wlled e d In pain; d Lamenting, repenting In vain. r Then out of tse ad e" rses a An angel whose wiings are furlodb You lIft your voice In the solo, And 1 ly from a stricken world. I traverse the shining oceu Where melody rims the skies, And I pass the islands of glory. And the headlands of Paradse. You bear me I care not whither, yo long as I hear you sing. For toll and grief are forgotten, And life is a heavenly thing. The music ends, and I shiver, For my soul has returned to earth, And the silence falls like a sorrow Which blanches the face of mirth. t -J. W. D Fore4d, in Harper's Magaiu. I A ('OMPLICATED PREDICAMENT. r Josephus Jones was his name in full, but he was called Seph by familiar ac quaintances, and usually designated as t " l'otte...

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 March 1882

1ISCELLLNEOLS. --Pamphlets are hard to ppe pf, but - hooks are bound to sell. beef, - -"A smile" in the bar-room makes three tears in the home; remember that, young half nman.--Chicago Inter-Ocean. suga Fifty-eight thousand four bundled one and fifty persons sought homes in Minne- cloy .ota last year, of which number 42,700 of came from foreign countries. tide -The pall-bearers at the funnral of th6 - or late (larkson N. Potter of New York fals were his seven brothers. who laid the sMe coffin in the grave and covered it with a lit earth with their own hand. A Buffalo photographer takes pic- frvs ti rts by electric light. The instantaneous mad gelatne dry-plate prodes, which is pecu- tutil liarly susceptible to the ilhnce of elee- - tric light, is employed. 1p --The average daily error of the Yale Pew Observatory standard clock which dis- .ron tributed the daily time signals to the 1ein railroad telegraph offices of (onneetieut thar during the month ended January :;1, is hi l .'2, w...

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. — 25 March 1882

he 6o01faE clbrou0iut. S.1 U i ,J U . 1MAIW'$k 25 18t82 Subscription $2 a Year. In advance. (Ju./rJdicial Jdrerwonme.tt,l t ntut he p' d' Jfo it adr,,ce.e, or tlhej will be disenltiuvd ifJter the Airst ,tne,trote AGENTS. Me. A. A. Got,,,i\w . of Ale.xandria. i an avatherize I agent of the ilk ''N I*.'.. ;ti, l will c'' tr,icl for adve tiaemeie.ts and rc cin-." suill, rlp: inlns Metr-r. (cCAIIN & Bio. "f Moitgi'Ii ry' : #tl. ane utttlheriz tlwglutrtt. I,,('A 1, 1)(1'1' \'eather beauCtiful 'imuit brtght, wild our farmers have planted many uciets duaring the past week At nouon Fritlan, 24th, the rivcr ate thls point was fourteen iunclhe bel,,w its higlhest stage this teatisO'l. It it falling at the rate of four inches ii Lwentul-four hours. The steatmer LtI:L nt,.v jue.kes reg ular weekly trips between C. thx ntitt Natclhittches. Parties desiriiig to ship freight to points on Calue I, ei should have their goodis llhpped to Colifa , e(rl" of sltt: aller Ltiltm. Thei ctlan te"y lte...

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. — 1 April 1882

THE COLF'AX UH RO.NfWeE ___ ___ ---- ---- L c .cmocratic journal, bbottb to Eoc:l anb c~tncral Rctus, ittraturc, $citncI , Agriultur, e tc. VOL. V. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1882. 010. 21. . . - I ..-...-. -. THE ..OJTT. J.TDGE8 HIP. I The statement made some time I W W b. VIlE OJLFAX OHaONIOLE, l'ublialncd Every S~atulrday, at º .lta x, Gra.nt P:1,ridlh, La..--tu H. C. QOODWYN, EDL i'o0 and PROPBIETOS. 71rfI.'. UPF Si &,CRIPTI/UY Sc1. u.r year . O.............. 1 A t, ," ,"··j~.. hi CIA o~º ...........1.. . 1 25 on ft r ,, ., ~1" i .. ...........l t 1.) 111: iiiiJia&)ll I. advance. Cud J.I fS. OF* .*V'ERITIhING. First Ii se thug1 chat; it domuble t~rice. t`'elF . "t" 121. 2.iu hn. II.... i r. :3 I, rh, " 1 :>"- 30(1 5 W 7 auIit 1 i550 1 114i ea - Oil 3 7:ý i 2,7,, 15 l ' Dor :º111e. I 4 :>, 7 W lu l 16 ` 30 Woc i-i1iiulia :,I 15 001P2 51,'17 . 30 :t (p11 nIiiei:(1 I.ivirttaiineita $1 per .quire fort tili s-eat-nit·)); each iUo..eqieaIt pubilic ii...

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. — 1 April 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. SHADOWS. The moon a light-hung world of gold, Low-drooping. pale and phantom-fair; The fresh pomp of the summer leaves, And fragrance in the breathing air. Beneath the trees flat silbouettes, Mute idiot shapes that shua the tight, Weird crook-kneed thing, a fickle crew, The restless children of the night. In idle vacant patomtme They nod and nod for evermore, And clutch withaimlem fluttering hands, With thin black hands, the leafstrewn floor. Qulvering, wavering there forever, on the bright and silent ground Meshed and tangled there together While the rolling earth goes round. And the gold-tlinged eary ocean Ripples light in many abreese O'er the sweet-breathed purple lilac, O'er the tall and slumbering trees. But comes the dawn, The spell is done: Weird spirits ee At rise of sun, -- I. S. KeMnedy, tn Harper's Magotei. MISTAKES. Reconcile yourself (if you are to re main in this world at all) to the condi tions of your being; do not vex yoursel...

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. — 1 April 1882

r , The Vegetable Gardea. In these days of a scant supply of labot and high prices for it, economy- which does not approach meanness, is one of t he fine arts. For instance, it is econ ,my to hire only good, well-trained farm hanluds, but it is not etonomy to set them dlown to a meanly-furnished table. It is econo)Ay to feed your people well, but it is far from economical to have to pur chase all they eat. A farmer is expected to have something besides salt pork and potatoes on his table, and a variety is more economical than meat, wheat Sour, canned goods and store truck generally. Vegetables are so healthful, so econom ieal and so indispensable that it is a sign of a poor farmer if his table lacks them at any season of the year. There is no land on the most productive farm in the country which pays one-third as well as a well 'laid out vegetable garden, prop * erly planted and cultivated. As hand labor is costly, It is both wise and ec( * nomical to dispense with it whenever possi...

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. — 1 April 1882

-- Th SAI UltDAA. AItILL 1. 18b2 Gran Ia de Subscription 62 a Year. In advance. deep L '.Jsdaicitl Adveriasemsts m st be paid twtid Jo, is ,ddrocr, or tIey trdl be diacontiued at or after the frat .amertion I AGENTS. sedui Ms. A. A. GonwaIN. of Alexandria. i- I'tl an aithorized agent ot the tCLR. ,;i., anid will wº,tract for alvestisemeuts and re- ceive caive Stu, 1criptlonl. WO lI Measrs. .tlCcAIN & Bao.. of Mlontgoin ery air our authorizld agents. tl,to LO ( AL DO'' -• InotL liute for pic-ui'a and at cd tLcks iaLL, l a'wmot bete - : years The peahrl and pintu trees are they loaded with fruit. tIo. Perch are biling well in the bayous I cett since the water has begun to fall. -xpel -- tlthls The itev. Mr. Prosser will hold re rue- t ligions services in the court house at t 11 a m. Sunday. Ileta The Lilia Irought 13U bales of cot- A C ton out of Cane river this week, re- ,l- at. turning wi:'h a full up trip. BJ.,w order Gardens are tloig finely, but the larsa cut wormsue are ...

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. — 8 April 1882

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE ,. S!ltmncratic ýournal, cbiteb to 2Eoal anb Qtncral etos, & iterature, %titntt, ,griuIture, f. VOL. V. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1882. NO. 22. VOL. V.1 COLFAlX, GRANT PAI'nSH, LA., SATURtDAY, APRIL 8, 1882. INO. 22. 'I'E CO)LFAX CHRONICLE, Puoia.ht.hi Ee\ry Saturday, at 1.Olit , Grant Pu t P rish, La.. -fly) - E-. ©-. a-OOD WYYN £DDi J$ ani PROPRIETOR. 1IRMS iP SUB'nsCCRIPTJON. i .º,ý ,"I o:I.· fear. . ........ ..... $2 00 t ý p,.. n oiI1 . l h........... ... 1 '25) 0 t1k a i u . . c tn eef ..iU tit) * .i v.le invariably it advauce. Ir.ITES OF AL) PETISINVG. 1Ir..r io,rsrtlou charg""d double price. rrACr:. (t. 1Wr. 21u. :i1n- 6m. Tyr. jjoeh1 nh : 1 50 2 it 301 5 00 9000 "l IhcIOJ toil 2 2: : 7. 52 9 5< 15 75' :$irwell . 1 So 3Tit:~ 5 &l7 50I12 :13 540 'gI cut(e 3iiI J16 26N i7.15tl500I 25 25 :,ismle iii. 2 50 4 S7 " ol 1t3 00 col n 4 :+1 n to 1250 1 : 2 00 1 .".'1'" idhil,(q., 1+U u 1 t) 04 , J0 (itliji:l xclrert.inetoentt $1 p...

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. — 8 April 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. AV ANGLO-AMERI('AN ROMANY BALLAD. Mr. Charles (;. Lland contributes a gypsy ballad to an tllustrated article by Elizabeth Itoblnadescribltlu "A Ramble in Philadelpbhia, which appears In the ('*nturs Mratine. The rrtginal text accompanles this translation: '"T TR't(LI. "Now thou art my darling girl, And I love thee dearly ; O beloved, and my fair. 'Lov'st thou me sincerely ? " As my good old trusty horse Draws his load or bears it As a gallant earlier Cocks his hat and wears It "As a sheep devours the grass When the day is sunny As a thief who has the chance Takes sway our money " A strong ale when taken In Makes the strongest Upsy As a fire within a tent Warms a shivering gypsy "As a gypsy grandmother Tells a fortune neatly As the Gentile trusts In her And is done completely "So you draw mothere and here, Where you like you take me; Or you sport me like a hat What you will you make. "'So you steal and gnaw my heart, For to that I'm fated ! An...

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. — 8 April 1882

The pergng of Steel. Steel is one of the most valuable met. als used in the mechanic arts, and re quires great care in forging, hardening, tempering, annealing and general man agement. Tons of the very best steel are condemned as bad, when nothing but the forging has reduced it to that condition, and all from alack of knowl edge in the management. In forging cast steel the fire should be regulated by the size of the work. (I prefer ahollow fire tobe fed with coke.) To ascertain the heat of the steel, draw it out of the fire often, for it requires to be carefully watched to get the proper heat. If not hot enough, thrust it quickly in again. The proper degree of heat is to be iidged by the eye, and care should be taken not to heat higher than is absolutely necessary to effect the de sired purpose, and to use as few heats as p|ossible. Too frequent heating and over heating steel abstracts the carbon, grad ually reducing it to the state of forged iron. It is the opinion of a great many...

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. — 8 April 1882

khe olfar (hronhicle. SAIUR DAY. APRIL 8. 1882 Subscription $2 a Year. In advance. (j'.lJudiial Adrer'iAme,ets met he paid jo- in adronre, or tIhey Till be dixonli,,ed after the firnt ine, tion. At,'ENTS. lMs. A. A. GoIDWN. of Alexatilria, i at aullth rize I agenlt of the ( 'liiNi 'i.E. anlh a il cI lltract for alvertiserillluts anl re retve h- i scrilio, ns. Messrs. McCAIN & BIto., of Montgin ery?. ate oullr ulltlhorized agenits. o,( AL DOTS. Mr. Proeser dismissed his scbolars aIl g,e titiem Good Friday Oester da, as a i,-,hdh ,y. The fi-hierwe have arrayed them selves in their war usint, alnd daily binds of them go forth to capture the little fishes. After an albselce of several months in the town of Many Mr. Nick Mc Neely has returned to Colfax, fat and frolicsome as of old. The river continues to recede rap idly, and all fears of serious injury by overflow in this section of the Red River valley are for the present allayed. Capt. L. J. Noel has sold out his interest in the...

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