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

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Stmmozratic $ournal, btbottb to local anb 1meral Stbs. rrttranrt, Scient, jgrici tt, Etr. VOL. VIII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOYVEMBER 29, 1884. O. 3. ,." " .... &~ . .' a ... . , - - . s.... . . ... .... .. e.. ..s . ., ,, THE COLFAX OHRONICLE, Fublimbal Every lltrday, at (3oIlax, Grant Parish. La.. -at H. G . 0G 0 0G DW T Y Ha EDITOR ad PROPRIETOR. hteo T1,5.8 OP 5(BSCIPTIOU. and t One Copy, oS year ........ ......1 50 sold 4 ae v wp ), six ttnonh ............... 75 UFFI Six eolus.s ono year ............... 5U Tb krable invariably in advanice. it tb 'u-u SfATES OF 4DZBRTISIMG. todam .'irot insert!i /haryeddouble pr .e GR VAC.. It. if=. m3 . bti 1 r. irneb... 5U 150 290 3 tv , 00 900 BO g inbebs. ji (2. 3 755- 9 50)i7 1. 3'iu ub 1 300 5 0750 12!;3 50 4iuoeae.. 31 6 y 7115(0 21 LA Sinoinau. 2 5C 7 Wl 16 50 :,(, ,0 otc ", a 15 W 0, o 0ma .d S. advertisement $1 per aquare to r .atto fret t n. rtU an; echb subsequent publica- ot C tion io cents 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. — 29 November 1884

THE CHRONICLE _ _er fro COLFAL , - * LOUISIANA. dA wil WITHIINV TIlE SOUL. 0. struirgling heart and clouded soul, inc Whisper to me the final goal in Oflltttl hops. ls it justto stand On some high oint of Fan 'a Iair 1sn'tl 8tr To look, with the pride of self-content, of ()n the lower plane of lives still spent sl $n vain attlempts to raise ae,vre Their harder lot? Full well w' l o di;e The summit air of prallie lvervvl no But millions strive who aro not nerved To lofty courage by lout applause. Canst thou then see so(" rlllcl|iwe cause Co Why thou shouldat be exempt from Ills Col That others mtffer? Sorrow kills Only the wea. The brave endure, en And find for every woe a cure sol In prayerful patience and aetivetalth. Be not dismayed  No power but death i Can check the onward steps of those Ni Who strive for heights of calm repose Within the suul. And we do hope That far beyond our earthly scope Lies hills or peace that Life conceals: by Transfiguredt mounts that Death reveal...

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 November 1884

Inspulean h PInery 4tke Trewatry. Ti -In his lame attempt to answer the n, 'cathing indictment brought by Carl li Schurz against the Republican party ex- bi Goveruorllawley, of Conie.ticut, brings , out the 'ell-worn comparison between several Admin'strations as to cost of col- n, le,.ting the revenue, and lo-s in receiv- in ing and disbursing the same. The less d, on reeipts, he points out, under 'Ta':or, p 02.407 per $1,0)0; under Pierce, -7.22; a tinder Buchanan, 1. 1t;; undelcr Lincoln. e, 03.37; under Grant, $1.227; undo," Haves, two cents per $1,00'), and w under Arthur, during the first two n, years of his Administration, six mUils per *1.000. As to the dinbur-e ments the average loss, he says, under all Administrations prior to 1is;, was 05.11 Der $1.00,. The avtrage since has been thirty-nine cents per .1,,t$ ), fr and this, he thinks, shows -how the ei Republican party has plundered the tl Treasurv"---meaning, of course, in his sarcastic way-, that these figures are a tl c...

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 November 1884

Fe 6etlfar (Broictle. SY~tI'UtAY, NOV. 2t, 1884. tt Show. dent 8UalYiqLf1. 41.5 A YaA. La AuvAmf. shur fJadiele AdWtueeurmu salt he paid Yo for ib adesmwe, or they caut h dt ieoet U 4tr tie jirat insertesa 8 AvENTS. etal Ms. A. A. Goonwtl, of Alezsutria. il wt-i an aUthoriAeJ agent of theCnuwa3,1-., acd truat will oc,.,tract for advertisements sad r - sejv ubheeriptions. Meores..dC.tca t & Rao.. of Moutgo5n 111 ery. are oar anthorized agents. turu LOCAL DOTS. hba A inteting of the school board of deul Grant parihb in called for the first ther Saturday in December. furu W. 0. DEAtr Lbh, Secretary of School Board. )* a Stat 1as",,.. frr $,0. nuo Grand drawing La. State Lottery, the Deo. 16. Whole ticket, $!10 Halves, Puo $5 Tenths, $1. For tickets or inu- hb formation write to A. Albert & Son, one Alexandria. I a. the Repollect it wall oost nothing to thl crose the river going to and from the as circus on Sunday, Nov. 30th. It will judg be worth your wbile to go to some Ha t...

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. — 6 December 1884

THE C.OLFAX CHRONICLE. , tmnatratirt jmrnal, bebat to ~aoal a nub 6eneral ctnos, riterature, Srtiute , ,gritultrte, etc. VOL. VIII.I - COLFAX, GRANT PARISHI, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1884. ,NO. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Publisd,. Every ?4atuaday, at Collin, Grant Pariealh, La., --u i" H- G.- OODwyN, EDITOR ant PROPaIETOR. 2 EMsP uOF l UBG;I rIIOuy. One copy, one year. ............. $1 So (ºUe (j, ,, si, Iuo,,ths............... 7b bix cuj.e,. unu 3'ear .... ... 7 bu 'u'ablla inuaiiably n advanuýe. IlA lES OF ADI'EITISSG. Firstr isetii charge-1 d.uble pr bo -- * it. '. 2u. 3 . b.u. 1 t. 1 ich.-. 51 4 4"U 2 I3 ' UI ' 00 04,0 S'clasi. ,(" 2 .3 :75 ' 5 50 15 7. 3 1 ,esl & 3 UU0 , t, 12 tJ' 23 Su 4 inae us i 3' 6 2 7:. 1i 1 45 5 56 iaoho. 5 4 5'. 7 uI, vo 1;i 50 :n 00 4 ouiaan1,t 004 ; gy 17 ,3J 1 52 0. S 1t * n ;I , ut.! t 00 o t l0 O '0 '1t a a lvertasemeat l1 per qurla.re fo r first I nerti"oI ; e.clh Ptabteqaueut publica tion 50 cenut per square. Itrief commnnicutions upon suhje...

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. — 6 December 1884

TILE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - * * LOUISIANA. f THE OLD WIFE. By the bed the old man, waiting, sat In vigil I sad and tender, Where his agme wife lay dying; and the twi light sha lows brown Slowly from the wall an I window chased the a sunset's golden splendor Going down. "Is it nlrht?" she whispere1. waking (for her spirit seemet'd to ihver Lost taitween the next world's sunrise and the bed-time cares of this. r And the old man, weak an! tearful, trembling as he bent aho.'e h-r. Answered "Yes." 9 "Are the children in?"' she asked him. Could he trll her? All the trea-ures Of their household lay in silence many years t beneath the snow: But the heart was with them living, back among her toils and pleasures Long ago; And again she called at dew-fall, in the sweet old summer weather, "Where iq little ('harley, father? Frank and Robert- have they come?" "They are safe," the old man faltered-"all the children are together, Safe at home. Then be murmured gentle soothings, but his gi lef grew s...

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. — 6 December 1884

Nahems's Power Waning. ship Senator Mahone'sdictatortal methods with -n Virginia politics threaten to bring well about his speoedy downfall. They lhave dowi not only made it impossible to unite his and Read uster forces and the "Straightout" cities Republicans, but have produced a re- hoe volt in his own organization and ar- war rayed aga'nst him some of the most TI prominent leaders of his-party, incliud- and ing Governor (ameron, Senator R.d- Rpe dleberger and (o;gressman at-Large resit John S. Wise. With such a conitina- emfci tion against him, with local dieit.etiLon agýe throughout the State, and with the prac- the tical alienation of the Nationdl Re- near publican Committee from his fortunes, 7is days as a party dictator seem to be navy numbered. h General Mahone has been a political been "'boss' of the most pronounced tylpe, siho and only a pecul ar condition of poli- Tent tics in his State and a discreditable al- risio liance between him at the head of . the National Admini...

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. — 6 December 1884

S- - ti . UUi:l)AY, DE2. 6, 184. 'JB.ICPhPoF. $1.50r A L1.z, IS A~a.va.-r. (,"'Judicial Adrer'isements nmtst be paid for i ,daruonr, or tLey wuiU be disceatirase after tie firet iaertioe. A(IEN'TS. Ma. A. A. Gootnwis. of Alexandria. is on asothotrzod agetlt of the CuniaNICLI, ,aod will contrtact fr advertisements and re *eive snbeeriptions. Mcssera. lcCar.e & B oe., of Mouto iom ers. are our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. Nearly everybody went with the hildlren to see the elephant. For "long sweetening" call on D. A. Smith. He has an excellent arti cle of new syrnps and molasses. The tax collect,r has issued 539 tax receipts, and has on hand about t three thousand dollars in cash and jnry warrants. "Cbeap for cash" is the way D. A. Smith started to sell his goods, and from the rush at his counter one can I see that the people not only recog- 1 aile the fact, but take advantage of it. f $1e,@ - for tolO t Grand drawing La. Slate Lottery, Dec. 16. Whole ticket, $10. Halves, t ...

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. — 13 December 1884

* THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S@cmotratic ournal, bcboteb to fatal ab itneral Rebus, literature, Stinre, jgritulture, etc. VOL. VII.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1884. INO. & ri1E uOLFAX OHUONICLE, Pilj.:l iIt Elery Sioaturday, at (;o(i4~* ý:"tt a"aL La,., H"i a GOODW~YN, " Ia'') sali PlOPEIIETOR. j4,j*'*/,~ of )4I~J&LUIPTIUIU. al 0. . U i.. ft uij to tm .......... ... ,I a .1; ,.Ile * .ir .... ...... T j I * "i * :* iiuily iu ad liake. /1.1 ; d' i 4J.,VZEI IYS~sG. 1 º& . , t. l 4w. .t. ba . r. -I C.:.i.* *..* h7YK1' d n( " :1. ! ' I 41 . U J I ~ia. ýý 0' 2.3 5ti tI III,; . Iu 7/ L-u 4 Llc.,~. ~...-41 pci 7 I; I i r,1.1quet Itpoublof :r. 5.~ 1ci 1i ), t Hhr Jlrii0f ci,,,I ic.ti.,t U114)3 giUbJCet 0 ~Uhlii iiiter i' it cillited. buit 11 tio atiitj* n.ii (l (I'IL*UI) t1 CoIl fax. La. PI4 k ~SONALCARD'S. Jat.. C. f1 tiiCiira. C. A. Wzc;zzwwas. WICKLIFFE &E WICKLIFFE, Attonrey, and Counmellor at Law, LOLFAX, LA. Office at Court House. Will pua:tice in the...

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. — 13 December 1884

TILE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - - * LOUISIANA. MY WIFE' S A WAY. What's that sensation round my heart That feels aý it I'd Iolt a part Of self, and makes my fel.ners .mart? Mly wife's away. What happy voice at rosy morn, On music a wing that ,r:ce was borne, s1 missed, and things look so l'lorn: My wif,'s away. What makes me have the bluest blues, And all the world curse and abuse, And sulky melancholy choose? MIt v wife's away. What's vacant at the table-head, Where, angel-like, dispensing bread, She sat, and now a blank ins&':t 17 My wife's away. What ails my undergarment kit? Not one of them will rightly sit It drives me nearly In a fit. My wife's away. The socks-not two of them will pair; The shirts-not one without a tear; The buttons, too, are never there. My wife's away. The sooty servant now is boss. And turns her nose up with a toss, And looks at me infernal cross. My wife's away. What makes the evenings seem so long And still as night, where once a song Or music sweet charmed...

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. — 13 December 1884

Blaine on the Maine Election. The speech of Blaine at Augusta the other evening, fuMy illustrates the char acterof the man and his political meth odis. He was in a position of ditliculty, and he called to his aid the same mix ture of audacity, address and eluivoca tion by which he has served his purpose more than once before in his event ul history. His subject was the result of the Maine election and the task before him was to make the imost of it for the benefit of the National campaign. andI at the same time to explain away, if he could, the adoption of the proh bit ion amen Iment. This was not an ear I thing to do. because the result of the election for otlicers was not decisive enough to afford much political capi tal, whilst the action on the amend ment was so pronounc~ I as to leave no doubt whatever as toth the tenncy of the Maine Republic:lns. Blaine met this difficulty not in a manly, direct manner, but by a sort of a political double shu tie. lie said, in brief. that the ...

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. — 13 December 1884

el olfar rronultc. ,A.PU ti 1L Y, DEC. 13 1b84 iUjs3asrgo., *1.5U A YEIa, in ADVANCM SJ.adicial Adrerteisements mat be paid jor is edesne, or d y wsU be disoueaNeal afla the irst i~ertihs. AGENTS. Ms. A. 4. G(ooDowx. of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of the Cn onuit Mts, an d will contrort f,,r advertisements and re _eive suba orip'ions. oe.arus. a4cCU'x & Rao.. of MonaLgo'm rry. are our authorisrd agenlts. LOCAL DOTS. Messrs. H.' McKnigbt and C. H. Teal will be in New Orleans at the opening of the Exposition on Mon day next. The river is now in good boating cn,ndition, ani continues to rise daily. It is about time the boat. were com orig down to card rates. The John D. Sully brought up n large freight for Colfax on Tuesday laut, and our merchants have on hand a good stock for the holiday trade. It is cheaper to buy your hardware and machinery from Miller, Brady & Co, of Alexandria, than to send to the city. Try them and you will be convinced. Dr. J, W. Robertson, of Win...

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. — 20 December 1884

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE.  1tmonatir ~uotlra;, cotcb to ocal anb 6tnrral etos, rittrature, $titare, 'griulturt, etc. VOL. VII.1 COLI'AX. GRANT PARISII, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1884. INO. T' i JOLFAX CHRONICLE, 'nb 1,. held L. very om ce lay. at iilr 3. Gc. GOOD W Nr-y ID1i '- ani PROP .IEr~Tt. Sc t* so. '.'. . e ...... ......... 1 I. I '. 'i ,i .Ia I £ TI G. 1"'u 1 ursi. , lilt. ". ,1 iilo i . * h *.' 1* & . s.1i . , " *i.. , t . ". Ko . ai P . I u 4 , . ., 1u. ,. iu * ,, a. *. Z uV.i . Ie . 11 .0 . t0) , fi I. ielve ,leln li "1 Il p iv t "l. f," r Air, i I t'I ii. vat, 1ii1. i rl, lit i p b661liic.t tiili r. e ntsl IJ i -illAre. '.rt.l *n,'mllll"ri cl ti li1 n mi 1 S",, " jert- ," fllfie lietler nal.,-tt,l. Ilotl 11ot attentli, will li, pai'd t. sntinrl te,,,lls worit. r4. A.l ~º ~ : (I'e1n'*lt r1 K. ,I f ei. . I ----- - ------------ Jiw.'. U. %i.l.ltrl I'. . A'. WiCKLIFFE & WIlKLIFFE, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, cLOLl AX, LA. ()ficeo it ('ourt lMouse. Will 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. — 20 December 1884

=j-£ COLFAX, - - " LOUISIANA. RII IY: \ With a eadence soft and low Falls the rain: All the he\avy ,ralls seem Iowe- with ain ; S Whlle te-te JoweS.dr To, the sol, Bent like psntents that kneel To their (; i: And the trees loom indistinct Thro' the mist,; While the roses red and sweet, That were kissed By the sun to fragrant life, IHanch with fear. From each starry Jasmise'scup Drops a tear Pure as those the angels shed O'er man a' fall; And the dark green moss that clings To the wall Drinks the r~ain up thirstily. On their stalks Lilies bend their stately heads. Thro' the walks Tiny streamlets, running clear, Make it seem Like some fairy Iland viewed In a dream. O! my garden brings a Joy ; To my heart, As I stand and watch the rain Far apart From the throng around me tere, Who know naught Of the healing that may come i (All unsought) , From the hand of Nature's Gol To the soul, Wheit pants with wpary brealh 'or the goal. Wheeof all our brightest hopa None remain, Life is dark 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. — 20 December 1884

Dieasesa Sr,l arn Its Meforms, the M TYi mea and Race PreJa. t )J ees, Eta., Etc. SUOLtIUSt, Ohio. September 2,.-The follow ilgL 4xI tozt f samtdr .-lUIdRte 'J ad dress grand alss meeting at Columous yester. - I am rejoice at this great gathering of the people. I am rejuiced that the clubs of th, Btate, honoring themselves by the narn, of our candidates at the call of the t entral C'lub he', have taken on themselves the work of auxtilary organization, and corne in this lm poplng array to report progress, to take cooln ae, to inspire eacsh other with fresh anlor and ouage, and still greater eonfidence in the atrwnL which Uis btf, re us. Within a week I have read two utterante,. from mendeservedly high in the coun its and confidence of the Itepubtlean party of Ohio. Ireadthem with reret. In diiterent po si tions, they are both active In political war fare, ahd in the heat of their distemper.·l zeal, they have forgotten what was due them selves. I will not say to the Democratic party...

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. — 20 December 1884

Db-t ColfaEr dbrnirle. `is U t.r L . DEC 2(1. lb"4 oi.asatrrtz.r i.1 .: aa i A.u .Ia. rJ.I~e.set Adrer .risea'eats maast be fued fr. is nrdrtras, ow hsv a s( be dietiuaed I C clj cr tu. firl i£M rtlioM A41ENT'rl. WM. A. A. GonwIls.v. o'f Alexandria. i i autilhori#.ti agoust: of the('Iik atcLr,a.'d vill ,' ,trA.'t rr irliverriemelue L nta an re e, i ' eeh)scl :ib º1i1 . inira. "Ic4O tir & If')n. of Moig a&m -ryi :err our authlorize d1 ageints. IC C A I,.DOT . Mealr X,-ras4 tos all. D:iIl fit C;hranltn e. *lum+. Fire cr·ck,.r.. at I) A. ,rwlth'e. Tiltok to the aNateltatoehes raer h ba,ut f Ir all itviltatiou to be preselit at their iars!sOnl hop New Yeare Eve. DIll, atd toys of all deI-crilptise ca, IW funeI sat the p:cattffice, .It MH msiaa hb:viseg jt- ree-ive d a large l1.t fr thie Ibs;toi t traf.te Fir Cirle .tu "siiiingsi." toiune meLt, jellies, cakes, cealdeirb, Int . r+t4:l., frelt't, w uute, e'c., call or D. A. Seei' i & Co s- 11tli .i.Ktuii htr, rLturuedl bowe...

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. — 27 December 1884

THE COLFAX CHRONICtLE. 1 Smtrratit ourmnal, btboteb tis ftal awb Gnrtral ttbes. Witerr~.£tiEt, it, $gritnlture, Etc. VOL. VIll.t COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1884. INO. Ei E :;ILFAX CHRIfNICLE, 1'.,11 aat'aI Ltaei* 'tal:a3I;fa) a! (.oiL I a l 1-Z LAL t Pi' .l' :4 .. Y_. G-. GOUODWTN, t'Ii,;''! Y ·.1 YrO ' iIr'P0 Ou up .o to:, . ......... 41 a aittcli tU"a3, aa t.tua 7 b '.al.'rC·. ut1 aOi.. J .t. a hau I t.t ESupA1i.a :laa"Ii . a"arxa-.I al-taleab la'r .e IA(V.. I 1_. Y .j1 .ba.1f. 1 ·~,. iueh.. J. 1 :ºu [ ýJ ti 3daaij.l L tS :fu ll J1f 7,,.t P hal3 biaad ,.i 25 "f' u Xa ;l+il7l. ta c:,lj 1wa ta velBatulaqt $1 jvr -'I"'.Ia f " lrtat u.aa~rta"aaa .i. ·t ala.arcat lit paa(ioa tim, rvo eslltate Pr r · arr pritr MMra7ti wrntn.4 " ajset. it 1 hrl ,. intrr,'*. wlaattd. )ilat owe *tteliti.,. a Ill le ftut.i ta..tn *'I'4 t1,ta writvct. ---U1-- Caka!,aa. ("aifi. la. WICKLIFFE & WLKLIFFF, Attorneys and Coonsellors at Law, t14 , il31 tltiýeat LAa. a ~i afU. (.azlic(. a...

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. — 27 December 1884

I .I THE CHRONICLE. neig not in a COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. tht - ~- coul DON'T BE IN A HUlRRY. b I]on't be in a hurry to answer ye, or no, hall Nothintr' lost by being reasonably slow. F In a hasty mtnom'nt you may give consent. .Anl through years of torment leisurely re- hou .pent. that If a lover seaks you to beconme his wife, but, H pt nes. or mlistry maly I s yOU' for life: she be in a hurry your feelinls to, oonfeas. ifl But think the matter over before you answer Sion whi sbouL one ask forgireness for a grave of- lol Honest tears hetray ing earnest penltence, 1 Pity and counsle him and his fears allay. And don't be a hurry to drive the child away. Hurry brings us worry; worry wears us out, vet E.aslygoing people know what they're about. Of C H-eetle'ss haste will bring us surely to the ditch, he And trouble overwhelm us if we hurry to be ver rich. did Don't be in a hurry to throw yourself away; mu By the side of wisdom for awhile delay. ;rs Make your life worth living; nobly 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. — 27 December 1884

BAYARD ON THE STUMP. An Excellent Speech by the Dela ware Senator. Serator B3Waind to the Brooklyn (N. T.) DeImoeras-The Contrast Between Blaile and Cieve lsad. In the course of a recent address to the Democrats of Brooklyn, N. Y., Senator Bayard made- these telling pointa: A ?AL5 ImSNUL The condition of 'our country presents for our conslderation eoonomic and political problems which demand a wise and reasona ble solution at our hanls. Some of them are new, and appeal to forces not hitherto known in our NatUonal politics. I refer to the fact that we now witness direct appeals by candi dates for the Presidency, and the parties that support tbem, to the prejudices and supposed interests of classes of our countrymon whose nterests are alleged to be distinct and at variance with those of other classes. To state the question simply, it is the attempt to create and force an issue between the laboring clases, so-called, and the owners of capital who employ them. This is in my juagment a 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. — 27 December 1884

S4re oIlfar bronitic. - I .1,.'Y, ,ElU . 14 IM. rJJiutc:,e Adrer:i.eata ouast be paid ,, - i, .dr"ice W*.r thsgy ri be discastisaed e/:er the jiriL ueertioa . AG(ENTS. Mn. A. A. GCoo ww, of Alexamsrls. In an sathorizedl agent of the cnan,xroaL., sLd will ,.oitrv-t fir advertiseInnts and re. eeive 4ihAlOIptionI . Metgrs. ;1cCA;1 & Ran.. of Mouto'm ery, are- out( aUthorifsd agents. LOCAL DOTS. Police jury meets Miomdny week. The Jewell nud Peuiahb passed dowvn Christmas Eve, both with full loads of cotton. The Rev. .. 1. Proeher, formerly located at Colfax, has accepted a call to preach at the Episcopal church at Bost rop, La. Tuesday night our young folks held a jumped-np hop in the court house. About three dozen persons were pres eat and enj ie!e themselves finely. Dr. J. W. lobertson, of Winn parish, State lecturer cf the grange, wa!l deliver a lecture at Liberty Chap el, in Grant parish, on Saturday, the 'Ith day of February, 1885. As a raindrop foretells astorm, an does a p...

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