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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 29 March 1884

THE COLFAX CHRONICL S0tmonaic Iunr1al, bebntb o galo anb toeTraI gais. I ittrdarz, &izne, ri'tým , .tr. km,- -." ý. :,, ,,., --  .....---- " " - I VOL. VII.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1884. I. NOi 0. P T U . LL r .. W . I nA ... Ur~ e. , I nnm . i,#Aas ..A " . i A I e fr. In. II imww Z I.m. 1 A U .m6l n -mNhigWU THE OOLFAX CHRONIOLE, Pablished every Saturday, at (oliax, Grant Parish, La.. ---OODWYN, EDITOR sad PROPRIETOR 2RMBYa OF 0BGSCRIPTION. One eopy. one year..............1 60 Ose copy six mouths ............... 75 i- eOOlp'e, one year ............... 7 60 'ayable invariably in sdvanoe. 4 T B OP ADVERTIBING. rIaft insertl a chargel double pr .4 *P . I t. li';. 2w. 3a. 6Lu. I -. Sine nc.I . 7 5 12 23 50 - lashes. j 0oS 3 6 2. 8 75 15 25 lashes. 40 7 01 10 00 16603000 Ssolms4 6 8 12 uo 17 40 5 62 00 ak, 0 1,5 025 00 0 0 00 I0 0 S advertiement $1 per square for aret aIseison; eaob sabseqae-t publifs tem 50 seats per square. Brelt emmunieations upon subj...

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 March 1884

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. * . LOUISIANA. TENNYSON MADE A BARON. Of me you win no new renown: kthougkt tprdee the country-folk b ah ls Then you came to town. Rl , Shelley, Cowper, Burns. ni !n soorn and sit retired ! The lastdf some six hundred Earls Is not a place to be desed. *)fe Alfred Vere de Vere, We thought you proyd to bear your same; Your pride Is yet no mate for ours, Too proud to think a title fame. tbe genius-not tw:d : ve the poet's truer arms; S simanple singer with hi drams. Is worth a hundr4eg eq4gp arms. samer Altre4 Vere de Yere, I see jan marph. 1 hear. ou say: "ow I ye lower midle class!" Is all tte bqdeu of your lay. *e held you rat without a per, Andprlnly by our noble words The Senior Wrangler of our bards Is now the Wooden Spoon of lords. Biton Alfred Vere de Vere, You put strange memories in my head: For just ave decades now have flown Since we all mourned young Arthur dead. O, your wet eyes, your low replies! Our tears have mingled with your tear; To think tha...

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 March 1884

on her wr i k ilitle yrl fo d "4 ansdth fl16 l oft Minnesets and Das ntai 4tad VT Ktp with Carna l ns who estf+ Oat It Settle if Msnitob.j5 Paul Pr . . s --Th , o Gobrnment pays t O6 hpiece for b le C ala l. in a~ri. g and a we est.Lb made in Ma l·hdts Slitnd were t L ily cahl. Th aThl indwrerePo •rLer is. r !n -ordL.he sead ain. the Aricanf travelerl,,, Strley, walked he across Lhe+ Coniinen. hdr lefLal tour of exploration in the Co es. He has und qtaa tp furaleh-th ]opl Museus rBerjwith all the natul i pcimgqpS iq$i imay collect daring g -An anxious fathe laoriort Gs.4 th Ga.. wh s4,m of pcarivg tho . convertap ie e hisdaught -aid Jo her du rot, ptmed Jaiselfi in hearing distano.eetlr, ndi listaene for two solid hem.,, -The iellmwigare the only words ek bard dring that tinm. He "if lode ydie, ,Wht'1doie do?.' .bShe. -Ch?,narn .t itig esoutul it o s. e , peesally iln.m .heve -ea b juok ( toae Naalue of eheir srv lde en e b? bforcemeutth 'of the' restrictin t. Soon after Its ...

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 March 1884

4t 66lfar QArolhl. The SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 184. anon' w ieb Beasoasterioa, $O A IsAs, eI AvAmu. pie of Berme W"Judicial Adrw4eentS susat k p Pc for is adrunw, or tay ri k lisdis s nise Lit'r She fre  isdrtle. a r.e a of dec AGENTr adge iM. A. A. Goowiax, of Alexandrl. is an anthorised agent of the Csltoxosa a s, will eontraet for advertleWmonts mad re- and M eeve subsrilptions. Mir. I Messrs. McCnr & Bro.. of Moatomn- lit to ery. are our authorised gents.re LOCAL DOTS. panab title i River falling fast trial b The brick basemont of Mr. J. H. Me- cast b Neely's bonse, wa finished this week. and in refuse We had the pleasure of meeting for a Mr. Segrist, editor of the Catahoula nd a News, in town this week. remst borne Messrs. Lacroix, Nalsh and . H. and MANeely, have set out a number of final bshdetreesin front of theirresidenoes E 4 L. A. The pupils of Rev. V. G. Cunning- in a E barm's achool have already elected in cOL their May Queen. Miss Katie Shack- (f b elford was the rec...

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 April 1884

tmmn tr *lma, bzbotrb to ,eat, b 6neral t e6, "itaur dmL#. , -ft - , .VOL.. ...VII . COLFX. .GR.T PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APIL A 5 L, 1884." - 1.,,n:. ,.,.,,-·-,,,,, r , ,- ... .... ý ..:+ I Elction Natice. I huneaMtMl eS ttt. Ti. >IDDiL, WF · THE COIFAX OHROIOIOLE, Pubiaedul very Siaturday, a Coltax, Grant Pttrish, La. ---at.-- II. Q. C ý 00DWIQP p EDITOR and PROPBIETOR. P 2I661M OI 5UflCCZIPTMA. ] One epy one ear.. ...............$1 60 tue copy, sii miOahe ........... *.... 7 bizc.ses oi.y onyar ................ 7 5 layable invariably in advance. i RATES OF ADV'ERTISING. GE 1'frlnlh a shaigu doable pr a ;iIt. 51;4$.u. 3S . 6m. 1't linch.. 1 t W 3 (.L 500900 g 2uouaa3se 3 75 55 950 3157.° 3 i eke1 5 30 5 0 7 0 I WV 50 6 in 54a.e jS 26 ti 7: 15 25 1 C o I ai ,a t 4 S to ( 1 5 1 7 ; w 5 t 0 0 S los ..i 4 1, 0i 5t5t u 00 ,tU i . sdveattuebmats i pert quare for first w t.rtioU ;acw ainbseeqent publica. WI tion 50 Cnts per Suaf. Ridef .nmmutfiaotIOaa upon subjeelso. Cl1 pn)~k aterwt s...

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 April 1884

THE CHRONICLE. t do go COLFAX. * * . LOUISIANA. go A LEAP-YEAR EPISODE. shi he, Can I forget that winter night In eighteen eighty-four, M When Nellie, charming little sprite, Ceaye tphlg at the door? "Good evening, miss," I, blushing, maid; At For in my heart I know- He And, knowi owe Nr my pretty bea That Nellie came ta o woo. She clasped my old, red band, imd fell Adorn upon her knees, And cried: "You know 1 love you well, she So be my husband, please!" M And them se swore she'd ever be A tender wife and true- Bpi Ahb. what delight it was to me arc That Nellie came to woo hit She'd lace my shoes and darn my hose bri An_ mend my shirts, she said, I And v--e my comely Roman nos Each night on going to bed; a She'd build the Ares and fetch the coal, has And split the kindling, too- a-n Love's perjuries o'erwhelmed her soul When Nellie came to woo. tur And as I, blushing, gave no cheek the To her advances rash, fro She twined her arms about my neck. And toyed with my mustache; And then...

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 April 1884

SCHOOL AND CRUlCh. -Erastus (orating has given $80,000 to the new Episdpal Cathedral at Al- ge bany. -Albeny Josurwl th -The Balvatlon Army of England is tb having lfted haflls built, with seating he capacit· for 25,000 people. -In the Episcopal Church at Dent, on Yorkshire, two long shelves are tilled on every Sunday with lnaves for the poor, do which they carry'awaty with them after ba the service. This is solid religion. -The abolitisn of school districts is d being agitated by the Connecticut ple Councildf Education. It is proposed att to consolidate small eoutyr schools and toi hire better teachers.- Sixteen towns au have already abolished the district qyd tern.--Hartford Awl. do -The Canada Prsbfyterian Church tb is the largest Protestant body ft tthe w Dominion, but itI legftidhtAe and rapid ho growth is interfered with. at many ric points by vacant upits. These are suffered to multiply and continue un- sti duly, to the great damage of churohes. th, -Detroit Pbst. -The Ameri...

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 April 1884

be &alfa 64ranidre. W" SrTURDAY, APRIL 5, 18Pi4. ! Sha.l SL-BI aPrTI(e, LIDO A i Yas IA AnvOls. fter Judg *J"Jdioilt Ad4rria.eat muset be paid taie for i adveuIoe, or teg uiU be daealnsa ietn ter the ftret Mgrelis " a -e r . Caot AGENTS. few SN. A. A. OoobntW, of Alezandris. lt day, sn anthorisjd agent of tbeCuaaoroLS., aLP A. E will noutract for advertiseaments and re setie stbacrip'tons. fo. ba Messrs. JlCCAri & Bao.. of Montgo.a ery. are our authorised agents. auýýui thaU LOCAL DOTS. w*oc {cons Do not fed to register. Ricer still faling rapidly. ,iaug I See the aunuuucemenIt of Hoon. A. Barbin, who is an indelpendant can didate for judge of this district. he The Natchitoehee" Vindioator bha si'spended, and the saubscription and rlar good will of the paper has been sold pri-s to Mr. C. V. Porter of the Demoerastw relat Review. iowa We regret the news received by A. I postal this week, of the death of Y Judge a Casabat, who died suddenly batd at Homa, Terrebone parish, La.,...

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 April 1884

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. ' Lfntorrati jmournal, btboerb to fotal anb Qeneral Stibs, jittraturt, tiut ,' pgriulttrt, etr. VOL. VIII COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, ANIL 12, 1884. NO. 22. S- --- --m m- ---- - THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Collfx, Grant Parilsh, La.. -NY I-X 0C. GCOODWrsYN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. T ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.. One copy, one year. ............ $1 50 One copy. six mouth ............... 75 Mix coiles, one year ............. 7 50 Payable invariably in advance. RATES OF AL VERTISIG. GE First ineerti a charge". double pr .e * PA. It. 11,. 2w. 3a. 8w. 1 -r. 5i 150 12 00 3 00 5 00 9 0 t 2 inches. 02 2 3 75 575 51 t5 75 3inches 150 3 00 5 00 7 50 12 02i 50 4 iuoee. 1 0u 3' i6 75 15 d 25 25 5 inches. 2 W" 4 50 7 N1 to 0u 16 50130 Wt h ouluwm 4 5i 12517 5 305 52 00 bi nledl tt 15 0 5 00 ( n 1 Nso I 00 F . - . .. . ,*l . advertisements $1 per square for rlrst in-ertion; each subsequent publica- W tion 50 cents per square. Brief communications upo...

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 April 1884

THE CHRONICLE. ' LA of sh COLFAX, * * * LOUISIANA. M oe at LOGIC. H bl i. Her Respectable Papa's. in " My dear, be sensible! tpon my word, lo This-for a woman even-is abturd. h< His income's not a hundred pounds, I know. He's not worth loving"-"But I love him So." Co ii. Her Mother's. it " You silly child, he is well made and tall:; + h But looks are far from being all in all. Hsl social standing's low, his family's low. St He's not worth loving."--"And I love him so." in. Her Eternal Frend's. fr " Is that he picking up the fallen fan! 01 My dear! he's such an awkward, usly man! Ia You must be certain, pet, to answer "No." at He's not worth loving. '-"And I love Ilin su." i iv. Her Brother's w " By Jove! werela girl-through horrid hap- tt I wouldn't have a milk-and-water chap. t, The man has not a slnrie spark of "go." He's notworth loving."-"Yet I lovehim so." n' ]c v. Her Own. fI " And were he everything to which I've lis- o0 tened; Though he were ugly, awkward (and he isn't), ...

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 April 1884

SCIENCE AND IND1I4TRY. -Camphor trees areseing successful ly grown in Florida.' that -Mr. Plymptos has made a large cows fortune by his ~ivention of the roller have ska:e.-Hoslor Herald. milk -The $treh for pearls in the mus- -l sels of tinto has been a con-iderable in- clear dusthi for years. Pearl. hunting has Stan ]aoely b en reported in Tennessee wth noure favorable results.- Crece!and Ica I- r. lame --Another man -this time a cit zen of - Denver-has invented a street-car with two' a spring, which is woundl up by the one stopping of the car, and helps the horses adde by giving the car a shove ahead as it one unwinds.-Denrer Tribune. piec --All the scholars who graduated from the Yorkshire school of cookery last spring have found places at salaries ranging from $:1-5 to ~3 0, and the En- caki gish papers begin to th;nk that a new a ikdlstry f,,r women has been discov- " It wi ered. -The ne treat approach to perpe'ual rupt motion is found in some modern clocks. tity which are mad...

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 April 1884

SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1884. tf tBIRcatUron. $I1.*. A YAX, IN ADVANCE. n E 'Jdicial Advertiseent r mast be paid to for is advance, or they will be discontinued after the Aret insertion. ha AGENTS. th Ms. A. A. GoonDWN, of Alexandria. IS he an authorized agent of the CJHRONICLtE, a&t it will comItract for advertisements and re- io seive subscriptions de Messrs. MCCAIN & BiHo., of Montgonm ery, are our authorized agents. LOCAL DI OTS . iz, CCI One week more to register. 11l -I" Public speaking may be expected Is at the Big Creek camp ground on the 18tb, and at Faircloth's mill on the 19th of April. qi No'rTc. - You can get the best drinks of all kinds by stepping into that neat and daisy bax room of D. TI A. Smith & Co. on front street.. of Miss Lou Bailey has gone to New. se Orleans to see her sister, Mrs. F. V. al Smith, who is in the last stages of o0 consumption, and not expected to live. CC The only Republican nominated in to Grant parish is W. P. Guynes for m Represent...

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 April 1884

ý emnocratiar ournal, bcaotcb to oeal an ib Qneral ctt1s, fiternture, S~ience, $grictlturt, etc. VOL. VII COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1884. -NO. VOL. VII.i COLFAX8, OIIAINT PARISH, LA., SA'TURDAY', APRIL 19, 18841. INO. 23. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, Ia., --BY E H-- G.OODW-YN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 1 EBRM OF CUBSGRIPTION. )uOne copy, onle year................$1 50 One copy, six months............... 75 bix copies, one year ................ 7 50 Payable invariably in advance. RATES OF Al)VERTISING. \First inserti n charge.i double pr ,e S4 It. Iw". iu2. 3. 6w. 1 -r. 1 inch... 50 1 50 o 3 0u 10019 ~ 2nuules. i 0At 2. ; 7 5r 9 50 15 75 3 inches. 150 300 3 00 7 5 12 0 43 50 4 iuaheu. l 00 3 1 6 25 7 115 1 225 25 5 iehs.l 2 50 4 a5 7 (10 l0 16 501 30 00 Suolum1a14 4) 8 00 12 50 17 <t 3Q 5 52 00 ad.U*1  8 00 15 01 t5 00t (,al 5 0t0 i0 .® F. advertteemente $1 per square for first insertion; each subsequent publica tion 5...

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 April 1884

TIHE CHRONICLE. iD."e ,.M washi until COLFAX, * * * LOUISIANA. that for h A BALLAD OF THE SEVEN- wo 2L'ENTH CENTURY. short THE D1&MB MAID; every (s, Trlu wom YOUNG GALLANT TRAPAN'D. prou A young man did unto The Doctors skill was C1i Ier a wooing come. likewise with her tripp But she piretendsrl try'd:. mtuch that she was The Doctor he set her tlumbl, Tongne on the run. or-in lint when they both In She Chatters now and marriage bund were never will have done. tyd. th1 To a Now Tune, call'd "Dum, dum, dum: Or, the I 1 would I were in my own Country," etc. back Lme,n'd and Enter'd accordang to O()rcr. . All you that pass along, dtair' Give ear onto my song, Concerning a youth met that was young, young, young; with And of a Maiden fair the I Few with her might compare, But alack, and alas, she " tas dumb, dumb, dumb, been She was beauteous, fresh and gay, Clar Like the pleasant tiowers in May, $4] And her cheeks were as round Will as a plum, plum, plum; She was neat in every part....

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 April 1884

WICELLIANEOUS. -A true saying: "Wben I did well, I beard it never; when I did ill, I heard it ever."-N. Y. Herald. -The new German Theater in Berlin has put upon its play-bills in large let ters: "Ladies are requested to take oft their bonnets." -A young man of Iredell, Tex.,wait ing impatiently for a letter from his sweetheart, se'eived an invitation to attend her wedding. -Fifty' millions of people in this country use, on an average, five matches per day. This makes $75,000 a day for matches, or $27,375,000 a year. -"Your father is entirely bald now, isn't he?" said an Austin man to the son of a millionaire. "Yes," replied the youth, sadly, "I'm the only heir he has left."- Texas Siftings. -Dr. Bliss has over 7,000 letters re ceived by him during the eighty days he had charge of the wounded Garfield. all of them bringing suggestions and some of them bearing threats of vio lence.-N. Y. Tribune. -The shrinkage of Tulare Lake. Cal., uncovered a prehistoric settlement, stone buildings...

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 April 1884

.be olfar Qtbronicle. SlI'UltDAY, APRithl. 19, 1$84. - Llt'RIlPTrl N, $.i.I A YEAR. IN ADv4,cN.. tf".!u.ditial Adrrltsemstnts msot be paid f;,r au udruntce, or tkey 'rill be discottinuted u/te, li firstl inatertion AGENTS. hiR. A. A. Gonl,win, of Alexandrlia, i ait a: Ithorizd cagent of t.he (.I ON I ts:k, a, d will clitract for alvertrisuimuents and re ceives lhbernptliOns. Meprsi. '4cCANlv & Hio.. of. Mont,l.olli ry. are ouir auntorizt.d agents. • " " Hi . -- LOCAL D OTS. Hate in variety at McKuighl & McNeely's. Be sure to vote against the debt amendment. Vote against all the amendtlents to the constitution. Mr. Jno. A. Torry, from Arkanias, is in Colfax on a visit to his relatives. Of all the infamous and outrageous laws in this State, the election law is the worst. Jnst received, a large and well se lected assortment of spring goods. at McKnight & McNeely's. The total number of voters in Grant parish is 1229. Of this nurm ber 710 are white and 519 colored. The rac...

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 April 1884

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. 'A !tmonratic oaurnal, bbooteb to gotal anb (tnrra1 ~tos, ~ teraturt, Srienct, egriculturt, etc. VOL. VlI.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1884. INO '. I , , i f S.l J. .e ', -- IT .,t . --- - - --In spit of S omuel J . Tt ..n re gyb*e*** THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Pubiished E\ ery satulday, at Coliax, ran`.ut Plaris.h, La.. H. G}- a OOD D W N Pin! EDITOil and PROPRIETOR. 7 ER.MS OF SUBSCLII'TIOS. Frc S)ue copy, one year................. $1 50 Oe copy, six umoUlthe ............... 75 ixL copl.u , one year ............... 7 50 A I'vyablc invariably in advance. I ATER OF ADVFERTISING. GENT I'irst inserti n chargetl double pr ..e SPAO*. It. ins. , 3a. 1 -t. I i 54. ... tij1 5 2 o 3 4I (I V 9 11 ' inches. tIt 22 3 75, 5 23 9 54 15 75 :I uchel 1 5( 3 n0 5 t,1 7 ,l 1i2 t,23 .50 4 incaes. 2 4 3' G6 25 75l 1 2 *25 Silnches. 2 5 4 5) 7 (L, I i, 0i . o : 4i ( 0 i colun4 4 5 O12 5oi17 5(30 152 0 u '~slhii.i1 (5I 15 , )I)s 5 04 ) ('4 1 -N 4 ) iO) o ( t ,fl ...

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 April 1884

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. * LOUISIANA. PATIENCE WITH LOVE. They are such tiny feet: They have gone such a little way to meet The years which are required to break Their steps to evenness and make Them go More sure and slow. They are such little hands, Be kind. Things are so new and life but stands A step beond the doorway. All around New day bas found Buch tempting things to shine upon, and so The hands are tempted hard, you know. They are such new, young lives; Surely their newoness shrives Them well of many sins. They see so much, That, being immortal, they would touch, That if they reach We must not chide, but teach. They are such fond, clear eyes, That widen to surprise At every turn; they are so often held To suns or showers-showers soon dispelled By looking in our face Love asks for so much grace. They are such fair, frail gifts; Uncertain as the rifts Of light that lie along the sky They may not be here by and by, Give them not love, but more-above And harder--patience with the ...

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. — 26 April 1884

That torment of housekeepers corn- 1 monly known as the "carpet-bug" or be "bufialo pest" rejoices in the scientific tint name of anthrenus aerophularise. Even gh I this name, however, Isa't so big as itsTw appetite. Woolen fabrics are its favor- ag ite food. and its huner is phenomenal. tat 'Scientific men do notbelieve that it will thia eat cotton or linen fabrics when there for is anything woolen handy, and it has ber never been charged with injuring silk. her Feathers frequently furnish it with a no! dinner. It is happiest when in its own tio peaceful home beneath your parlor and carpet. It eats and eats the livelong To day. and you can't convince any house- dui keeper who ever waged war against it at with benzine, kerosene, Dalmatian af powder and tarred paper that it ever we sleeps or does anything but eat at chi night. It goes so quietly about its work cm that you haven't the faintest idea it is Va boarding with you till you lift up you kie carpet some day and find nothing bu...

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. — 26 April 1884

SArlURI)AY. APRIL 26, 18s4. u tl UrRnisoRTIon. t.5i % Y.as. IN Anvae. pl -"JJ.dicial Adrertisements meat be paid a, for in adrnce, or they uill be discostinued tl alter the jirst iunert~no AGENTS. it Mn. A. . GoonwNs, of Alexandria, i'. aln authorized agent of the ('HRo . eCi.., a"t it will o0o,t.ract for advertisements and re ceive subacriptious. Messars. .cC.tr & Rao.. of Moutgo.m ery, are our authorizt d ageints, IOCAL DOTS. Having lost considerable time this B week on account of the election, it is a a close rub to get out a paper at all. It is hard to decide whether on(. d had rather be bitten by the peeky: d gnats, or go through with another h dismal, cold spell of weather like ia that we had on last Monday and g Tuesday. a Sore of the eandidates feel pretty tl sore, but if they will call on D. A. Smith & Co. they can be made to "smile." He keeps the very best of d everything in the line of family gro- h caries, canned goods, tobacoos and e fine liquors. Our young fo...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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