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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 31 March 1883

STHE COLFAX CHRONIC E IA VO .mItrati urnal, OtbLtAb to Ptal anb ttLeral A tUus, 1ebrafrt, 1itrr, ot c tian t VOL. VI. COLFALX, vrANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, u0ltf o1o, 1883 .:,.· · · · ·· ~ ~ :.-·· -memo 1'HE OLFAX OHRONIOLE, z P'ublished Every iatuiday, at Coli;x, Grant Parish, La., -BY- IH. G- (OOD r Y' N',. EDITOR and PROPRIETOL 12EJM8 OF UBSCRBLPTION. One op.y, one year .................$ 00 One copy, six mouths ............... 1 25 Stix eples, uone year ....... . . 1. 0 {). Payable invaribly in advance. A 0- lAITES 01F ADVEITLJIG. first iusertion charged double price. Adja t. i. m. 3 r. . ly. linch... 160 200 3W 900 2 iueheu. i K 8 2 3 76 5` 8I 16 76 3 woloes 15 300 5 oo 7 50 12 0 60 4io0tes.2 0 31 6' 8 715 " 525 5 iuches. 2 50 4 7 10 00 16 5 00 & Uoluj a u4 50 i0 12 5017 54)30 5 5200 1eolnwu' (015 25 00J 50 0 00 umt advteadertieont. $1 per square for a first nusertiou ; each subsequent publica tiha 50 cents per square. Brief commuuniations upon subect, of a public intere...

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. — 31 March 1883

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, LOUISIANA. DR. HOLMES TO HIS JUDICIAL 8ON. Oliver Wendell Holmes, whose son his been appolnted to the Supreme B'"eh of Masachu setta read a poem. with reference to that event, at the recent banquet of the Boston Bar Asociation, from which we take the fol lowing slamas: "His Honor's" father yet remains His proud paternal posture firm in; But. while rights h' still maintains To wield the household rod and reins, Be bows before the filial ermine. What curious tales has life in store. With all its must-bee and Its may-bes! The sage of eighty years or m wre Once crept a nursling on the floor. Kilngs..oousrorsr. Judres, all wore babies. The fearless soldier, who has faced The serried bayonets' gle un appalling, Sor nothing save a pin misplaced The peacefl nurserly has diagraced With hours of unheroie bawling. The mighty monarch, whose renown lils up the stately pare historic. Has howled to w Ire half the town. And anished of by gulping down His eastor oil or paregor...

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. — 31 March 1883

Haw a .1Wt Is Run. A large hotel in a ity like New York or Chicago is a larger thing than most people stop to think. It is, in fact, a good sized village. Let the Herald, for a minute, take of the cover and give its readers a glance down into the bee-hive. In the first place, there are from 600 to 800 guests-and sometimes more tramping through those corridors, laying on those lounges, punching pool-balls on those tables, and conoocting schemes of wealth and politics in those private par lors. In the next place, there are be tween 300 and 400 employes-many of them visible-in the hallways, in the dining-rooms, in the rotunda, sad at every nook and corner; but by far the greater number are out of sight-in the cellar, kitchen, laundry, pantries, and scores of other subterranean places. There is the population of your village, to starton. But let us take a tour of the house and see what may be seen. And first, of course, we start with the office, with its marble floors, gilded columns an...

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. — 31 March 1883

.s L IMX toi: 31, 1. 3. : uIc ,,eirdn advance. t' meas.t be paid for isn Aig wil be di countiued fo:rr t 3Mi. JroIy .f Aleoandria, is 'n h d t .1 A t oN' Will s .m 1e m Sano., of Montgom . r, ii r' all ,O ZWl A ue. , --. IM i. Aº.L DOTS. It  Miarc.ki out to-dtiy. I'. ri J .1fjF meet Monday. River high and atl. lrdIrig. The tn bate a real fire d ill illesday even. in;g, about a iLa4 hind time. Mr'. V $. m came ep on the Lee I aid ib boardiagat $r. Lactoiz's. Norr"oye debility, and esibaas ted vtalityv' ie4 bt oeing Brown's Jron iBittlers As wetiorsk these three i-1es (Fri- i day ui gltt 1.4e4 e), a dance is pro gresi. &4s u house. C 1 sjartpc essentials of a true il l,Ieret. give stisfGae tio,,lif d WM Bitters. In i' fia dir tf'se II tbteomptons will leave Oict parish with a drove 1 of twp. 4antred Ue"4 of cattle bound for aisa. Msl6raer emea Newman, who has heeoi r.-1e Ub !rhvia for the pIst okj i advantage of ti s ep ehose l',tCr. J S.. atneron sudl', M.e Neel 'took a l...

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. — 7 April 1883

THE COLFAX ICHRONICE c Acmarratic ýnurnal, bcbt rb to focal an (6tn atl jctts,' riterht, eiuu, tgrirtaltt, etc., VOL. VI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA,, SATURDAY, APRIL 7 ,1883. INO. 21. ... . ... . .. . .. .m  ,,mmlmmm mww mmmm mm m .1(m'm'~zm~-_..:........ _ . . . . .. .,,, .-.- --- . . . . .. - . . . . ... ... .I 11-- --II..-IM I THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, 2 Published Every Saturday, at. Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY- F _ G_- - OODW Y TN EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. T2'RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year..................$2 00 One copy, six months .............. 1 25 six coples, one year ................10 Oi 'oayable invariably in advance. A BR.TES OF ADVERTISING. D First insertion charged double price. erPAO. It. lan. 2m. 3s. 6m. 17r. 1 inch... S 1" 2 Ix 3 (0 5 00 9 O0 2 iohea. t 00 J22 3 75 5 25 9 5015 75 3 irehes. 50 3 00 5 00 7 501 0023 50 4 inches. 2 00 3 6 25  75 15 0d 25 25 5 inches. 50 4 7 10 0016 Iii50 30 00 io colnmn 4 50 8 12 5 17 501:30 5 52 00 1 columut $ 0015 25 00 050 ol...

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. — 7 April 1883

THE CHRONICLE. d C COLFAX. . * LOUISIANA. t A BAD EXPERIENCE. W M afo had been iven to 4dreamlnf, Shad written of aome sad man, Of tans tham t were false o their seeming, Of life that from notinr begsa. I had Mved like a mock It a clotate, a With tmes that were ama ty to smell I Wad tasted the waves that are bMtter, For knowledge bitter as death: I had scored Love' Innocuous glitter, s I had lBoated the sweets of his breath. a ButCupid and Fate are laternal, Tbey le fyou to sorrow and t Tir power. like the hUi, is Uet Their reign is not bounded bf eas. b One eve. when the op e s lendor Of liLght was mostalr o i r And hearts were mae ildta tder w y siorlesor f rubsod goeld, 1 saw. a toward I was weeding, In a distance of leminmas Ms, Of beauty so peatects blending That wisdom grew wes in its blase. A window, by softourale shrouded, P Was rich with a foaming of laose, And hir that like amber w cloded ay low on a radiat face. There flushes of crimson outatrea T Prom relvet all heavy...

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. — 7 April 1883

RokasaL. One hundred and twenty-three years ago--in the year just before the first ob served transit of Venus-there was a lookino-glass maker in Yedo, who was made happy by the information: "It's a boy." Neighbors and friends rushed in to congratulate Mrs. Middle-island, the happy mother whose son North-house (Hokusai) was to become the most famous artist in Japan. As'the boy grew up he was fond of drawing, and always had a pencil or brush-pen in his hand. He matde pict ures of babies on their mothers' i,aks, of chubby children playing, of the ownerless woltish dogs and nob-tailed cats of Yedo. Nearly all the Japanese artists before North-house had painted only lords and ladies of the court, nobles' costumes and gorgeous silk dresses, and gold-lacquered vases and palanquins be longing to the Mikado. Many of their subjects were Chinese, but silken curtains and red temples and pagodas, with abundance of gold clouds in the picture to cover up the plain or common parts, were what one sa...

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. — 7 April 1883

-- - i :!\ I f l-ranid ý Ta bunscription &2a aYear- in advance. pIe -al -_ _ _ __ artol %c r -Juldii4rl Adrerc-inetent nru rst bh' ,aid fo; in tdoundcee, or thgL trill be disro,tlinttd I DIEht ultrr ,he first insertion. I mornil - anli old AGENTS. Sfn. A. A. Goonwil. of AlexandlIa, is palish an a- ll, rized agent it te 'tii Nli I.'. ý t1 r t' the ri! Sill ,olttract for tlverti.emeutt aut re- te- . C' i., n snhcriptiola. M,,"sr,. MCCAI & Bno., of Moetitont - piLrie r, . ..re our anthoriztd t agelntl. CL10, AL, I)"1) . Dr. School board meets to-day. and S as the The buffalo gusnts are becoming appo;l unmrierunl and troubles~,me. for ti ThIere is a whil`pitre" moo1111r of a C('13O w,.dding in town before lohui. ject is Quarterly conference for the Colfax ing it circnut in to meet in Colfax to-day. of Ne Vigor.sirength and health all'found The in one bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters. Clout Mr. T. J Satcber, of ward two, has f lres hadl hi leg amputated, on neconnt of rePlant inj...

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. — 14 April 1883

THE COLFAX CHRUONICL Ei S crmocaratic gaurnal, btboat to gacal antb cnrral jetis, ritiratre, Stienut, ugrimiturt, Ekt. VOL. VI.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1883. INO. 22. u_____-Ln I -_ -. .. , _- - . .....,i. _ THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, N Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., ---- -.- 3- G OODWT YN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. T "ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year..............$2 00 One copy. six months.............1.. 25 Six colapes, one year ..............10 00 Payable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. T first insertion charged doable prie., ( I PAk. It. 1i. 2i. 3. 6m. lyr. CI 1 inch... 51 200 00 6 900 2 inches.l O 22 37 6 65 9 1575 :3 iches 1 51 3 6 5 07  12 3 60 4 inches. 2 001 37 6 8 75 15 25 5 inches. 2 50 4 7 a 10 06 1 30 00 tcolman 4 0 12 17 503 5 t 00 Eve 1 column 0 15 0 65 00.,0 50 00W 00 ei JfiitM advertlsements $1 per square for and first insertlon; each subsequent pabliea- def. tiu 50 cents per square. ' Brief communieat...

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. — 14 April 1883

THE CHRONICLE. nrv woto Phill as a COLFAX. - . * LOUISIANA. ti Al " 0 WIND THAT BLOWS OUT OF then THE WEST." turn O wind that blows outof the West, look Thou has swept over mountain and sea; he a Dost thou bearon thy swift, glad wings The breath of love to me? RBst thou kIssed her warm. sweet lipe Wch Or tangled her soft. brown baltr Or futtered the fragrant heart T Of the rose she lod to wear? o O son that roesdown in the West, folt tast thou seen my love to-day. As she sits in her beautlful prime ap Under skies so far awn ? b laosa thou gilded path for her feet of d Or deepened the glow on her cheeks Or bent from the skies to hear mol The low, sweet words she speaks? T O stars that are bright in the West frig When the hush of the night is deep, es Do ye se my love a she llei Phi Like a chaste, white lower asleep? Dons she smile as she walks with me of I In the light of a happy dream, the While the utight winds rustlo the leaves, And the ight waves ripple and gleam tOl sa 1 O birds...

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. — 14 April 1883

"Pats sad Cale." ms' "What is the extent of the tradin n puts and calls?" said a reporter to Mr. J. B. Hobbs, President of the Chicago sid Board of Trade, who proved to be very and well posted. "I couldn't tell you." but 'an't yo gu "r' "'That would be the only way." "Guess then." put "Ican't." wh "Is it 200,000 bushels a day?" ma "O, yes." ano "More than that?' on "A good deal" "Doubler' hol "Yes-sometimes in the millions." Ba "Who are engaged in the business?' by" ".Pretty muý everybody." "Are you?' I "Yes. Customers want us to buy sea and sell puts and calls, sad we have to firr do it, because that has grown up to be a gle large part of the trading." int "Do all the commi ion houses take a hand?" cna "Not all-only those who are engaged tie, in speculative trading. A great many on do it for protection. One may be long ille and buys a put so that if the market I goes down he is all right. Another t may be short and if he sells, because he acl would just as leave have a put as not....

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. — 14 April 1883

b~t G ltarf Qsijtonicic. ·-----_______---~I- Ou StL.C .,li tY, APRIL 14, 1888. by ti m- narri L ui;sc-iption 82 a Year. in advance. Grain t Jusdicial Aderismnetents m.ust be paid we, Jur i. adc.sne, or they rild be discslinued Joh n alter the fir t inerio ago AGENTS. his bi Mn. A. A. GoonwrLN, of Alexandria, is that a, attlhot ized agent of ths CHRONICLE, numd will (onltrlct for advertisemelnt sad re c,-ive subscriptions. was bl,.srs. MiCAuI &I BIso., of Montgom- Jeter cry. o:re our authorized agents. SI nearl SLOCAL DOTS. learn _ The t Wind and water has been the rule a leti for more than a month past. Mr 1 Mr. I. P. Hustler and little son lates arrived in Colfax at sundown last pany vt ulng. takin A vounlg married man of our town foui has struck a fit of economy. He whiC hIng a gate with one hinge, but says been it don't work well. the The assessor reports that there is here an increase in the assessments of 50 ter p per cent over those of last year. At our this rate the pari...

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. — 21 April 1883

THE COLFAAX CHRONICLE. 1 -t-- ----- ,-7F " , enmaoratit aurnal, btbo to fntal anb trteral ~aus, iteanr, tcitact, grizit, t.. VOL. VI.--,, - CO "- -- - VOL. VI.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH,'LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1883. INO. 23. --- --.--- - -~ - THE COLFAX CHRONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at Collax, Grant Parish, La., ----1 " 23- tG. GCODW 7N, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERIfMS OF 8UBSC&Z·'ION. One copy, one year ..................2 00 One copy, six months ............... 1 25 hix copfui, one year ................10 00 Yiayable invariably in advance. BATES OF ADVERTISING. First insertioecharged double price. lo {PAC.. I t. lm. Smt. 3n. 6m. I1 r.I Iinch.. 0 1 50 200 3 00 6 00 00 2 inches. 1 00 2 3 75 5 25 9 5 15 75 3 ioches. 1 50 3 00 500 7 5012 0023 50 4 inches. 2 00 37 6 2 8 75 15 0(25 25 5 inches.2 50 4 7 0010 0 300 l columnt4 50 8 0012 50o17 50 30 5 52 00E 1 culnmi 8 tx 15 25 O( 00 50 00 0tl L: advertisomets $1 per square for a first insertion; each subsequent publics- d' tion...

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. — 21 April 1883

THE CHRONICLE. o h COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. THREE LADDIES. O sailors saillng north, g Where the wild white surges roar, And fierce wnds andl strong winds Blow down from Labrador Have you seen my three brave laddles o My merry, red-cheeked Jaddles: Three bold, adven:turous laddles, On some tempestuous shore? 1 O sulOrnsall:ng south. Where the soa are calm and blue, n And light clouds, and soft clouds, h Are moating over you. Pay, have you seen my laddles, My three bright winsome laddles, S My brown-bared, smiling laddles, With heart so leal and true? O salora esllur east. f Ask the sea-gulls sweeping by; O pallors salUng west, Ask the eagles soaring high, C If they hare seen my laddles, My careless. heedless laddle., Three debonair young laddles, Beneath the wide, wide say? O sailors, it you find them, Pray send them back tome: For them the winds go sighlng Through every maple tree For these three wandering laddes, d My tender, bright-eyed lad dies, The laughter-I, ving laddles, Who...

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. — 21 April 1883

1ISCELLANEOUS3 -Mrs. Eli Brown, of Macon, Ga., while whipping one of her children, ac cidentally struck her husband's tinger. The finger inflamed and Mr. Brown recently died from the wound. -L J. Jennings, the London correo spondent of the New York World, writes that the emigration from Great Britain to the United States will be greater the ensuing season than it has been any time since the discovery of gold in Cali fornia. -A great many artesian wells will be sunk in Utah this year. The success of the wells in Tooele County, where many farms are irrigated by artesian well water, has caused many to make experi ments in other parts of the territory. -New England clings to its legends. A Boston man who tried to convince a New Hampshire woman that Horace Greeley didn't write every line in each daily Tribune when he was its editor had a broom-handle broken over his head.-Boston Herald. -Another young man is "nearly frantic." He drew an "empty" pistol "for the purpose of scaring some 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. — 21 April 1883

.-j-i-- --,l --,, - bi t=1t f i Qtroanicle.in t] 8AIMDIAY, APRIL 21, 1813. Subsormttit $2 a Year. in advance. marl by I FJudicdi4a AdrerfiM.ents sust be paid A t/r in adranos, or they rill be dieeontiwed the af/t. r .' irit Inserti n .,, AGENTS. lour Mu. A. A. floonwln, of Alexandri, is d a., Huhorized agentof theCUnRo'ICLE,and d v ill contraet for advertisements and re- the c,, ive aubscriptions. Motss. McCAt & Bno.. of Montgom- S. ery. are oer eIthborized agents. bees to b I.OCAI DOTS. exte The communication from " Rigo- far 1tite" was reesived too late for pub- mWn lication in this issne. act Look out for squalls Vennor is the our authority, and be:predicts a bur ricane for to-day, 21st. The town treasurer has banded in rate a statement of the town finances. It the will appear in our next issue. Judging from the.nnmber of purple wei besmatred urohins who have passed car this q4 r laly, mulberries are ripe no rnd fis great profusion. ant can Sheriff Teal has just returned frb...

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 April 1883

THOE C J UL FA UHON _LE Stetmorrat u O urnal, bebodtb ito tal"ttl h tneral ~ o 3i, Sitrature, ~tiett, 'irirt.rt. ,tt, VOL. VI. COLFAX, GRANT PARISIH LA., SATURDAY, API: 18. 883. N S '""  ' ". - - . '- "I THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Publihetd Every Saturday, at Coltax, (hant Parish, La.. -BY - G. CGOODW N, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. T'ERIJf OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year................. $ 00 Oute copy, nix months ............... 1 25 bix corlies, one year ................10 Uo P'ayable luvariably in advance. HIATES OF ALWEERTISING. first insertion charged doable price. aPAct. It. 1tm. 2m. 3a. 6.. . Itr. I inch... 50 1 '2 0 3 0n 5 01 9 00 2- inches. 00 2 3 75 5 9 15 75 3 inches. 1 50 3 00 76 12 3 50 4 itclus. 2 0qi 31 6 2 d 76 15 0w 25 5 inches.2 4 7 10 16' 3000 Jtili: advertisemeots $1 per square for first iute.rtuo ; each subsequent publica ti, tO 5ceUits pIr quare. . a Brief connnqnioations upon subject of pul,lic interest tieieited, buth-o attention C v ill be paid to abonymous wri...

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 April 1883

THE CHRONICLE. lI a COLFAX, - - o LOUISIANA. THE BOTTOM DRAWER. t In the best chamber of the house, h Shut up in din, uncertain lirbt. There stood an antique chest of drawers, Of foreign wood, with brasses bright. h One morn a woman frail and ryra y Ste1pP'd tottearingly aoms the foor "Let-r" said she, the light of day "Then, Jean, unlock the bottom drawer" L The girl, to all youth's lovelnesas, Knelt down with eager. curious face:; Perbchance she dreamt of Indlan alks, Of Jewels, and of rare old laee. But when the summer sunshine tell Upon the treasures boarded there, The tears rushed to her tender eyes. Her heart was solemn w a prayer. "Dear Orandmamma!" she softly agh'.. t Lifttas withered rose and palm: But on the elder tfae was naught But sweet content and peaceul cam. LeAniag upon her sea, ale gared Upon a baby's half-worn shoe; A Utle frock of est lawa: A hat with tiny bows of blue A ball, made fty years o; A little glove: a tmeasl'd eap a A half-doe long division sum; Rome a...

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 April 1883

Brother (lardne's Ides of Charity. "Las' fall," said Brother Gardner, as he geased down open Elder Toots in a paralyzing wy "I madesome remarks upon the ubi of chbarity. It seems dor my ei n was misuaderstood, an' I die even o' I hope ti make it plain. "De Good Book speaks of charity a t thousand times, an' a big sheer of de people believe dat do word as used in de Bible means dat we ms' open our purses to do poo'! In de fast place, I I alriestly believe dat de charity of de a Bld, means lookin' lightly upon de faults of our feller-men. It means dat we must oberlook, excuse an' forgive. t Chari overeth a multitude of sin! Doese t mean a loaf of bread passed outer de kitchen doah to a be , or does It mean dat he who obelks de faults of others shall have some of his own condoned? I hold to de latter. " But et us admit dat de charity of de Bible means aidia' de poo'. II alira tea shillings a day an' work In cold an' but ua' rain-lf my wife qoonomises aU' I am keerful-if we go slow an' ...

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 April 1883

'DXu Osear tn &dva 4 ce ..;APWJY, APLllL 2n . iS8 Il pi c :to :user lily ar. to 1dv" o e. ' It~m `s' (·I (ir A OMNI otrrre 1. & lO S ,.; VD 'r : Lar~s'.dwcet ~A t1$. .t of eetIay. W ' aV4 r: srti wa ý- , all t 1ligoru , T:..i., 3I(_1ý Jý of tlim- I y rz ,)r 6*04114"*Cl! t pglrn week -b on l..et) 1C·9·M I ,1.) 4 T S . n InhuY Feish -Servie w4 ll o ehr. e 4 - -ing a 'u l.luo týºet"Aý,# t3ýºl~)ciety rkcdb so i tree, ) uiutwr4wO'lneIitten waile St ,so lu t~a~olalo of theino brou bilk 8. lapps Rerligiions rltrrrireS will ber held in I hpbt he3 f new .ch,,id homs to~grrow. dem A r gt ruing merudicine endtil in ty UiDII~d ~8 T~tI'uero~ of? WU0er W~elth.Ih `g~~h rce wife, Th llN~t '1! largeM frojiht s*ng lop Cb~s ~ s palleAhrrrdW e t he EIe/ 'that Sol. seas"e - H er land btills mew "P * m Go.iO.. held1 pu g oyitiF~i.w ii i~voud being ad Td on a ttedea~Sroý site '.,Oi5.: tthe up a Il Wety. ýio'sbatam fir:tA.MI. dthe toru elºl betta an~li5driaLF~B;t; p..'~ usual. ?endr, of 'ner. 7 tst...

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