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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 29 July 1882

THE COLFAX CUHRONICLE. Setmoaratic journal, btbattb to aoeta anb b nral bors, riferatrt, Stimne, grihuture, tct. VOL. V.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1882. INO. 37. I' E ,?JLFAX CHRONICLE, i', n..at' Ever a isl:day, at '( tax, il''ailt P.r'iash, La., -H v--- -. . GOODW'T1N, LD :') a:id P30PRIETOR. 71 i' l.. oF Si II6CRIPTION. Ie i *t ,............. 125 • o , , . ,,a . ... ...........10 00 S."a l.l iu.hariahly in, advance. .ILl FEkL F ADI'ERTISUlIG. 'Eust in, e. ti,4n lhal;g du cble pries spAcr:. t. 1i1. 211 31n. 6m. lyr. I inch... 50 2 0 3 5 0 900 -2 inclhe.s I (N 2 2 : 751 5  9 15 675 3lsscheu I 51 3 00 500 7 5 12 i 9 6 4 inches .a 11 3 7'i t 73515 025 95 5 inches.. 2 51 4 54, 7 (101 o L6ti 5o 30 00 i .coluin11 4 ": el 19 It ,117 ' :il 00 I c,,hlmn11d ((15 t 45 x1' 11 0) 0 00 (Oflcial advertisellentts $1 per square for irsnt Insertion; each sub:equent publies tion .Ml cents per square. Brief colimnniciiiti-ns upon subjects of pnubli interest ,sohcited, but no ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 29 July 1882

THE CHRONICCLE. COLFAX, - LOUISIANA. MATIE AND THE DUST-PAN. I've sung my love in many a rhyme; I've wound her life in many a story What better worth bath poet' time. Than adding to his mistress' glory? I've sung her dainty morning dress; I've sung the needle in her hand; rve written verses to her curls, And strewn them broadcast o'er the land. But there's one weapon she can wield, One before which I ever yield; To her it is both sword and shield Her dainty little dust-pan. Ah! dust's a thing you might suppose That never could be made romsntic, And, placed before the poet's nose, Would have effect to drive him trantic. But poets still must eat and drink, However far they like to roam: Ah! Dante's self had smiled, I think, To And his Bestrice at home A cottage in Italian land, A jolly dinner neatly planned. And in his lovely lady's hand A dainty littledust-pan. Ah! Matte knows the poet-soul Is not sustained by fairy dishes At breakfast-time It wants a roll, And has some fixed ideas o...

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. — 29 July 1882

Fashless ln LIes. •.What is the style of spring lie, this smeaonP' asked a one-eyed man, as he dropped down by the exchange editor's side. "Have they retrimmed the inter. convertible snake, that breaks up into precinctso ad comes together at the call of the presiding link? P' "Haven't seen anything of it," replied the exchange editor, plunging his shears into the amoontof a tornado that shifted a State line a hundred feet and landed a river in a cottonwood grove without dis turbing a ripple. "I'm glad of that," said the one-eyed man. rubbing his hands slowly. "I nev er liked that lie. It always seemed far fetched and unwholesome; beside, you couldn't help thinking that a frog might swallow a quorum of the snake and not leave enough to transact business. Do you see anything of that lie about the dragon out in Illinois, with wings like a S corn-patch and a smell of brimstone? Is the dragon current thisyear?" "Haven't struck him yet," answered the editor, eliminating the profanity from...

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. — 29 July 1882

SAitl'tDAY, JULY 29, 1882. Subsoription $2 a Year, in advanoe. dJsdleaie Adwertisease ssum k paid jer is edessee, ' ther eu As dI scaleYmau -- steer the Afrst raws. AGENTS. Ms. A. A. GooDWIn, of AlexandrMI, it an authorized agent of the CHoarnICs, and will contract for advertisements and re ceive snbscriptions. Meaars. McCAIN & BEo., of Moatgom ery. are our authorized ageats. LOCAL DOTS. Mr. A. Simmonin has the pigeon holes and railing for the new poet office ready, and will take charge of the office in a short while. Noric.-A meeting of the execu tive committee of the 4th Congres sional district is called for Monday, the 7th day of August, 1883, to meet at Natchitochee. M. J. Cuvmrsoast, Chairman. Bailey's SAA.mI Ararrr.-What is it ? It is a cheap, mild, effective and delightful laxative, far superior to nauseating pills, while it is cool and refreshing. For dye pepsia it is superior, and for sick headache, acid stomach, indigestion. etc.. it cannot be excelled. It is a delic...

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 August 1882

THE COLFAX CHRONICLNE 1 SCiotmaratic ontural, btboafeb to Total anb $tnal 6Ene s, Weiferature, Stient, $riniltnrt, Et. VOL V COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 5,1882. VOL V.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1882. INO. 38. 'T'HIE COLFAX CHRONICLE, I ',bl,li.hed Every satulirlay, at 'olla.c, (f-rant P.trirh, La., ---r11 - ElE. . GOOD~YTN, t Eti .i. OF" " SýJ Be "AfIPT'ION. .e *ip ' .u e .. .. $ 00 ' ," V,.. ,,,,, I d............... 25O , . .1... i ne .. . ... ...... 10 00 •.ia,4le iiva rialy in advance. liATEs OF ADI'IJiTISING. First ino utien chlargi double price. sPac.. It. lw. Aw .u. 6w. lyr. "-- ""' I' l inch... 50 1 5 t 2 l 3 5 9i 900 Sc 515 75 :3 inchs .I t1 5 3  7 05 12 50 4 incIoI h 4] U sI 7 25 , 7, lb 002525 5 inhcle,. Y G 4 51 7 ,d" 111 0u, 164 0 00 4 olnAu . i b u u 12 5 17 5o 3so 52 00 11 .i4liu a :I . l:, 101, _5 (.3 ,,) U4 0,0 0 00 (Icial alverttat-lemet !l per .quare for c first inaertion ; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per squatr...

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 August 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. t MY OWN BRIGHT ROSE. There are gardens and gardens of roses, t All beautiful, bright and sweet; Bur, oh! not one do I coret Of all that I chance to meet; For the brightest rose Is the one that grows In my own little home for me; And wherever I go, Full well do I know No rose is so dear as she. My Rose has eyes that are browner Than ever were eyes of gazelle. And a heart that belongs to a woman Whom we should trust long and well. Not far do I roam From the garden of home Where my Rose Is blooming for me; For the charm of my life Lies there-in the wife Who is fair and sweet to see. So bud and blossom, ye roses, Wherever the garden sIw, Not sweeter your fragrant blooming Than the beautiful Rose I know. Nor amongst you there Is there bud so fair As the bud. so dainty and wee, Which my Rose, so sweet, To make Joy oomplete as brought to my garden for e. -earper's Weekly. -.. AN AWKWARD PREDICArENT. I was dining one evening with my friend Pascal, and,...

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 August 1882

Cisternas aspeetl. The customs officers being on bod, they-there were three of them-prompt ly established themselves behind a table at the head of the main staircase into the saloon. Here they produced a bundle of blanks and the revenue agony began. The passengers marched up one by one to the table and were furnished with a number written on a piece of cardboard and a blank. The blank is called a . "baggage entry." and consists of two parts. One is devoted to the non-duti able articles, the other to those on which duty is to be paid by the passenger, and both halves, if filled up, have to be sworn to. Upon the back of this entry-blank is a synopsis of the Treasury regulations. By this synopsis it appears that the senior member of a family may be al lowed t9p nclude all the baggage of the party in one entry, to be made by him, but a reference to the Treasury regula tions, Art. 103, reveals the fact that the entry so made will not relieve the mem bers of the party from the penalties f...

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 August 1882

ELt tfifa*r nicl. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 188i die Sutmbription 2 a Year, In admvane. rJsadicial Adrertisements mas be paid tHL for in adrgac, or tSh ,o 1 b discoawtind dia after the firm( 4srtiea. AGENTS. Ms. A. A. Goonwil, of Alexandris, is ale an authorized agent of the Cna.,NI(L , ad re' will contraet for advertisements and re- til ceive unbscriptions.Hu Messrs. McC sI & Bao., of Montgom ery, are our authorized agents. ,LOCAL, DOTS. Vote for Blackman. pei If you have not registered go to fro the polls Thursday and vote on aff- g davit, which will be found at the by boxes already Brinted. We regret to learn of the death of Mr. W. IH. Creed, which occurred at the his residence ten miles east of Colfax, In on Wednesday, July 28, 1882. Curious how men change their C. minds. A prominent man in our so town once said he would support the irn nominee if the Democrats were to BI put up a jackass. That same man is now working tooth and toe nail for the Independent candidate. of cr, While...

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 August 1882

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. _ -cmorattic Journal, btbottb to otalr anb &stntral aobs, littrature, Stienct, griiulturt , Et. VOL. V.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1882. :1NO. 39. T'HR JOLFA X` CHRO IC'LE, I l··r i,) hllrcl t ry "ii aý tti:', . sit F-i. . C~ OOD-W Y NT LD~IT'lri. P .CutP~fi3.1_____ C *-~----- -. - - ilI: · Ili, It va r'II'. ............ -.... i O P'li." ".7,:L. "T `. iCS li~ II . ........'I . ... l _ Cs.. ' <l? t'. pll' , ~ln~ ·l .".1' ... ._....... 1() ()) oL'dI4 Ii t'. i -n-I I:.o 1 -i"ý ' .. : " ., ill !1 I1 !fllit` It . 1. i ., nwI U. ft ' ^i . r11a f1C; i lilti,"t'loli; ":tr'11 bill,hMc:U Iut 11tLlica t-IL : ) cdit't, pcr sCi't.1re. IIlline vl1111rlunicnotollA ii poet ii:1Jj^!'" M f p110 t!i it Ctil tt sIU oflcit tiai IbIt( ill jaI'e of FIWAFI S 11. AL l; ItI)8. JNO, C. WICKLIFFE. .LTT C~Ii=.NEý iT T.I.V7 ('OLLA'I:, LA. i* tird t to 1 l.ii.' . .·' P. 'a ( - ·it , t.JttsttI c l rI, 1...t. ~ LoL\ t+ 0 'i~eiu; (".:..,!ti. Go'. * Vttf' ttrau itot ...

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 August 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. HOW TIIE WIND IBLOWS. One night little Annie kept watching the clock. Watching and waiting for somrn one to knock: But when Willy stood on the kitchen floor, She was far more busy than ever before. bhe bad not a moment in which to talk. And she did not care for a moonlight walk; The milk was to strain, little Annie said, And the yeast to set for to-morrow's bread. But LoJe is so blind, and Will wouldn't see 'T'hat Annie was col,! a. a girl could be: He had come to woo. and he wished to stay, Though Annie was wishing him far away. So he lingered on till yonng Robin came; Little Annie blushed when she hearo his name. She bid him come in. with a smile and a sigh; hoe glanced at him oft with a kindly eye. Asaheoheerfully hurried with bands and feet, She asked him after his sheep and his wheat; And many and sweet were the words she said, As she strained the milk and leavened the bread. Then Willie saw things In a clearer light: lie watched them aw...

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 August 1882

Tie approach to u: is islaln isi c-eccl ingly lovely. '1o th:,.<l who, know the Tho'ua~ul Islands in the St. lawrence, the liermudas will seemtn quite familiar, so strong is the rewe:ubltnc-e. lTa.e ir'st beauty that attracts the eve is the won derful color and clearness of the slea:, like beryl, emerald and sapphire sparkling on a silvery ned. Next, you are struck by the peculiar and beautiful appearance given to the landscape by the snowy whiteness of the square-roofed buildings -forts, barracks, churches and houses, gleaming like snow among the dusky .sage-green foliage of the cedar. About .0)0 isles and islets lay before us, only 180 of which are recognized by Govern ment survey,and but four of any import ance whatever. Three of these, Ireladj Island, the Main Land and St. George's, are connected by bridgc.eand a magnifi cent causeway, aboit half a mile ecng, * which cost £32,000. These connected islands are in the form of a horseshoe it. George's being at one end. the dock ...

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 August 1882

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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 August 1882

THKE COLFAX CHRONICL. O Pn Cisc lonrnal, bebotgr to ARatl anb S tneral eTUs, jiterature, 1Sienct, ggrinitir, t . VOL. V. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1882. INO. 40. T-f OJLFAX CHRONIOLE, 1'u,,i..lwd E\ry .aturday, at S011~aXx, (iGrant Parish, La.., --i - l. G.- GbODW'PYN, ED"TOR and PLOPRIETOR. 1 aIL.Ii oF £LBSCICIPTION )ne col' } our year. ..............$' 0X0 e, 1 , .11.., ti p un. t,u ............... 1 25 .x coe. ole yeas ................10 0) L )blel iuiariably in advance. LHAlTES OF AD IEIIRTISIKO. First insertion charged double price. ePAck. It. Iw. 2w. 3m. 6w. lyr. I inch... 50 1 5 2 NJ 3 01 5 9 W 2 incuea. i 00 2 2. 3 5 5 749 15 75 S3 iches 1 50 3 0 5 0u 7 50 12 0023 50 4 in,,cle . 0 3 75 ti25 d 7. 15 25 25 S inches. 2 50 4 7 00 10 i Itti 30 00 4 column 4 8 125(17 430 (52 00 I column 0 15 (1t25 0030 «0 504 ,tO 00 ()Otlici: advertmements $1 per aquare for first tInlartion; each aubeequent publica ti.n .10 cents pet square. litisl corn-e ic+ tions upon ...

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 August 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. llEU OOLS OF T7'E: SHORE. Alone the cost gu:ar t monves up in his beat, Wherei tie m:,I o,-iain bateti nraintt the land. With st.ady. hl pi,i eye and weary feet, Throutgh the will bitter night along the strand. lie paIuset--ah a light--a vessel's light Is rising, falling with the anlgry waves; 0! must the awful tempest in its might Hurl fellow creatures helpless to their graves? Rled gleams his reaching signal through the dark; Beware!: Dlware the perils of the shore! Too late: the helmn is gno;: the fated bark Strikes on the shoals; the waters o'er her pour. O sleepers, waken to the fearful cry That now comes speeding landward through the gale! Haste: noble coastguard, haste! For suecor fly: All. all are doomed to perish if you fail! Swift come the men, roused by the breathless call; Out o'er the wreck their saving line they send. Ah! women. children! see, they rescue all! Sate! safe on shore where kludly arms ex tend. Honor the coast guard...

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 August 1882

Japanese Inadustrial letheds, In my rambles one day I was attracted to the place where a nail-maker was bus ily engaged at his work. He was squat ted on the ground; his forge fire was be fore him; his anvil was only about six inches high, and his bellows power was confined in a box. As he squatted on the ground one of his limbs was extend ed, with his heel resting on a grooved block placed under it; between his big toe and the one adjoining it was the handle of his bellows, which he worked by the movement of his foot, bringing the toes back by a movement of the ankle joint. This man kept three irons in the fire, and never lost a minute; he never let up his hammering and fash ioning of nails only to put one rod in the fire and take out another. I watched him for over an hour to see if he would change his position or rest his ankle or toes. or putt because of fatigue, but he tired me out. I left him still working his bellows with his toes and making nails with his hands. He appeared 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. — 19 August 1882

rt 4olfzti atronim . SATUltDAY, AUGUST 19, 188~., subsorlption $2 rYear, in advanoe. h SJsdiisl ddMsiseUasbt must be paid h Jor se adses, dr A ' aril be disstassed A /ftsr the first iasertie . AGENTS. 1 Ms. A. A. GOOD*n.x of Alexandria, is sn authorized agent of the CarNlcLE, and will contract for advertisements and re- a ceive subscriptions. Mesers. McCAI~N & Bao., of Montgom ery, are ohr authorized agents. LOOAI, DOTS. h Cotton picking has commenced. E The Coile base ball club is expect- I ed to come up Snpday and play that c match gamun with the Colfax club. u Mr. 8. M. Lacroix is having the t lumber of his house dressed, prepar atory to buildilg on his lot early in 8 the fall. t When physicians have made use of a prescription for yease in their private prao ties with certain sacoes,. it Is a duty they a owe to mankind to put such remedies with in reach of all, and this is done by "'copy rightn--sneh is the caPe with Dr. Sher- ji mano's Prickly Ash Bitters, and they have p...

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 August 1882

THE COLFAXi =CHR _ ,m -- -- C---- - - " , ,-., = _,.lJ -_ _ ' ' - _ -. ; --- SUBSTITUTE. - VOL 6. OOLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., AUGUST 2.1 J' > 1 1 .'. y < 41 Having been on the ailing list for four or five weeks, this ditor bhad to go to bed sick with fever Tuesday lest, and at present writaig is totally unable to issue the Cnaomoss in its usual form. Advertisers are notified that the omission of their "ads." will be made good hereafter. R. G. G.oonwmr The experts who are arranging the bones of Guitean into a skeleton find rest difficulty in the work, because the bones are so porous and soft. The skeleton is being fixed up for the medical musenm of Washington. Within the pest week Rapidees parish has ekd two of her oldest and most prominent citises--Jamie R. Andrews end Dr. 0. W. Laney. In common with the people of the en tire community we deplore their iee mise, and tender to their respective families in their bereavement the con soliation of oar mineer sympathy. We the Peo...

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 August 1882

SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1882. LOCAL DOTS. The Oloutierville base ball qlub is to play the Colfax b. b, .a match game on Sunday. We hope Ooifax will not play so much "off" this time as they did last Sunday. Persons indebted to the CnuoOicLE are.reminded that its editor is "keep ing bouee" now, and anything iu the shape of butter, eggs or chickens, will be gladly taken in payment. Judge W. M. Levy, Associate Jus tice of the Supreme Court of this State died at Saratoga springs on Monday, August 15th. His death has been expected for sometime, and was occasioned by disease of the liver. Judge Blackman has received his commission as additional judge of the 12th judicial district. We sup pose we will now have to distinguish our judges, one as "additional judge," the other as "divisional judge." There is more ei,.kness in Colfax this summer than we have seen for six years past. Happily there is not u great deal of fatality atteri.hlzg the te:.ere that prevail hereabouts. The : 3 death in town ...

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. — 2 September 1882

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S~emocratic %ournal, bebottb to focal anb 6encral nOltis, litfrature, St~imnt, Aritrt, ett. VOI. V.{ COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. INO. 4 i1k'E J:)LFAX CHRONILE, i' ,'i 1 bedls Every r-t.u.,iai, at r G- G3QO`1WY, N, ;)DIlO, a.-d PROPK'l.i,0'0. il,'.ii. ' ,: "J Cit i l iV. a e', , ,| .. L '.... ...... . 1" ,I,1 11. IIM E OJF AID JlUT7,'I.\G. It st u etltint t 'liar~ d dolu i,; price. l' ,.K . I t . 1 u. tiw. Cyr. I inch... I 1 jSl 2 , 3 0'' 3 ) 9 t0) 2 i,c:i.. .. Iu 2 : 3 ",.5 2` J .U '115 73 :1 iich , I .`s :3 ot :, I, 7 3, 12 0 23 5U 4 ine:.i . Ix .1 7.6 - 7 7., 1:, .25 25 S ich r l e 1 44 1 I 7 ( N/4 III on 1 5011I: 00 C1oln o111 :N 0i1112 5. 17 ., J3 .50)2 UU 1 clim: 0 i 1:5 ( o 00N 30 01, - 044 (10 ( Oficial nd\ve, t;asmnnts $1 per -qua:e ftr first It',tttin; etch uxiiI sreqIInt puhlita ti .50 ccnts pet1r sIluare. llriet communicettieons upon subjecti of public interest ,oliceted, but no attelutiou will be paid to anonymous wr...

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. — 2 September 1882

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. KISSING BA DY. 0. lovelier than the rcebul Is my pr, ' o: hat,al, kin: And the nl.cO-t piacn for ki;ltngthim The sweetest pli:e--is QI'.t hit faeo. "'ig n lenl'l neath hit vain. Bnlt. ah! it is not every one I'he phla'ur* that nay win, Of k sang any dear baby My pretty one, miy darilnl on(le Just undcrneath his chin! For it would never do. you know, Thlat practice to hosbin. Of letting everybody come And have the bliss my babe to kiss ltight underneath his chin! For who. I pray. would stay away If kinder I had been, And given to all people leave To take a kiss so sweet as ihis This underneath his chin? What? so many little children Wanting to coime in Andl kiss my preciout treasure My beauty bright. mny heart's delight Hlere unuderneath his chin? Well, if you are clean and wholesome, And dresesed neat as a pIn, With no spt -ek of dirt upon you, You may come near land kisS him here, Itlght underneath his chin? Though, If unkind and selfish Or i...

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