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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 12 December 1885

,tb c olf;t 'broni lt. Z -- -- - lV J l-~~ -i--E - 12. 1i". Jo i:, .:l.",.e, ur hejy wrill be dliscenliD.u ,l'* ' ir Li t l thirrrlO' r ri . t. i orti' nuts anu re r, 1i P .. of Mont. . nti 1t y ,.".r1t n thutriz'tl agent lt. CXI-~-------- --"~ 'For arºnai'l.a go to A. A. I)eau'&£. River ve~yJ low and continuing to tdti e.cry (cday. i.arta CL,:-' brnueh establishment can be foundl at. ~eIight & 31cNeelv's. Fireworks and jimcracks for the ho:,lidans for sale by Mrs. Grow at the po3t office. A glne1 1 AI,f psgar cnreM hsams, a flrt-clsas *.hids. aelinhg at 13c per lb at .'Igildht & McNeely's. F. C. Dean, Esq., was quite sick for a couple of days this week, but wiTh the help of Dr. Randolph nmanags to pull through and is up and at his post again. Fresh sautlge. Apple5, otlrage', can diues, raiinhs, tits, etc., at A. A. Dealu's. O-tr friend J. Kemp, Jr., has put n a stere on Grant's point, where hi expec+M to do business in the future, intending to move the goods out of...

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 December 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. SOctmocrati jOurnal, brboteb Ato n Sta anb 6ncraIl Rcios, Diterature, 1intre, 1grirtlture, tr. VOL. IX.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISI, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1885. INO. . THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, T'ubliahed Every Saturday, at Coltax, Grant Parish, La., -fly----- E. G. GOODWYN_ EDITOR aid PROPRIETOR. IER lI Oh' SCJI"JCI1'fl'1o.'. One copy, one year................. $ 5 nta tol,). six soons ............... 7 liix colueis, one 3atr ................ 7 5 I'a3able i% ariabl) in advasuco. BATES OF ADlEl:TISIJG. First inserti Jcharge.l double pr .e PaC-. It. 1i·. 2m. 3 . b . t r. I inch..t,-, 1 5I 2 UU 3 iU , . 9 ~ )oO f i lchesd. I r! 2 t~ 7a t 5 2, U 51)15 7. S AicCien 1 5) 3 Ut :, , 7 i :t 1" '3 $ 5 4 inc Je. 2 U0, 31 fi r3 i 7"" l. s1 '. 1 25 b inches. 2 50 4 5'. 7 w',1') ola I; 5o0 .;U oO & I. advertisenent .$1 per aqu..e tor first inaurtlltl; e+ch , *iuhseqaunt publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief commnnnieati-ns upon enbject, o ptilie inter' at tolu iteul,...

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 December 1885

THE CHRIIONICLE. COLFAX. - LOUISIANA. THE HARNESS-MAKER'S WOO ING. "Inever went to school, Miss May, And sew I'm not horse-collar, But I'm as harnessed as the day, And not 'strapped' for a dollar." She guessed~ his spur-pose, and at once Said to the harness-nmaker: "You show no traces of a dlllnce In be:ng a heart-breaker." Then he got harness knees. Sighed be: "'Your sweet words stirrupl In me A holpe' that you my bridle be O try a bit to win me." 0 no, surcingle will I stay, lre I do that, dear Walter." 'Then, darling, won't you name the day To meet me at the halter?" "No maiden hames the day," she said, A blushing in her beauty, "But If you're hltching soon to wed, You'll buckle to that duty." "I'll name to-morrow, then." he cried, "Lest saddle be our marriage-" "And, If It reins." the maiden sighed, "Whip better have a carriage." -l." C. ItPnie, in Detroit Fre Press. THE BREAD WE EAT. Some Points Relating to Its Wholesale Manufacture. Interesting Secrets of the World's Cook Ing ...

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 December 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -The Superior Court of North Cart I lina has decided that a railroad com pany can not force a passenger to ride in a smoking-car if he objects to doing so. -It will pay to store the hay, stran and fodder under shelter, as such ma terials are often injured by the exposure to winter storms and spring rains. Rural New 1 orker. -An Indiana farmer couldn't get any of the neighbors to sit on the fence with him and talk horse and whittle at a shingle, and so he went and drowned himself.-Detroit Free Press. -A man who abused Christopher Columbus in a restaurant in Sacramen. to was pounded until his life is despaired of. Christ. has friends in this country who won't stand by and hear his motives in discovering America ques- 1 tioned.-Detroit Free Press. -The distance from Cologne to Ber lin, 474 kilometers in a bee line, wa recently coveed by some carrier pig cons belonging to the Berlin Society "Pfeil" in eight hours and forty-one minutes, which is equal to nearly fifty. five...

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 December 1885

S\tl'U:D ', DEC. 19. 1885. L5;4CI3 PTI"N. i..KJ A _'IgR. IN ADVNCL, i-?'.Jdiei A-l ,'rtitemtn'ts mast be paid for is adrance. or they will be discontinued aftcr th( l,ist in,, :Io'. Ma. A. -.. f wr, +' f ;evlxanudria, is an a lt l, riz-d ir:1it of tiie (I ii t, ICI.E, ,fll (I will C)u)t.t'i~t for ad cortinu, lts tland re MI,,1Nr. titc N C & 1Rito.. of Montgo i- - ery. are our i oliorized agenlts. LOCAL DOTS. Lovely weather. _ _.-.-- - -.-4 - -- for Largains go to A. A. Deau's. Santa Claus' presents for every one at I MC2iuight & 3McNeely's. Make the printer a Christmas gift of what you owe him. Call on "Pete" for goodies, live crabs, fresh oy ster,, gra pes, nuts, cakes, etc. The governor has appointed Judge W. L. Richardson mayor of Colfax, vice J. B. Tucker, Esq., resigned.L Fresh sausage, apples. oranges, can dies, raisins, nuts, etc., at A. A. Dean's. On last Wednesdaiy Dr. M. A. Dunn moved his family from Col fa- to a place near the mouth of bayou Nantachie, about eigh...

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 December 1885

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Spmocratic ~nurnal, brbottb to etal anb 6enral Betnos, literatnre, Sctinet, Jgrirulturt, Otr. VOL. 1X.i COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1885. INO THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published E ery Saturday, at Collax, Grant Parish, La., -BY I-. G-. GOODWYN. EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. ITERMS OF ~ LBSCRIP'TIO'X. One mopy, one year ...............$1 I One cop,), six mouths............... 7 biI Colelos, one year ................. 7 ayablc inºariably i>i advaince. RATES OF, Adll'ERTISI, G. I'iret inserti charged. double pr _e Pac . It. 1' . 21u. 3 . tu... I r. 1 ich... i . 1,j I ,2 " u I .: 00' 9 U 2 inches. I 'J 2 3J ;i 7.r, 5j 2 U 9 5 7. a3oches .i 3 uU 3 Mel 7 50o.2 1U 23 W0 4 iucuew.120 Ju 6t 2 7" 1:, to 2j-. 25 " i'ces 2 tJ5 4 0 U Ii (M 0t OUO- 1 50 O! 00 A coluw:, 4 5') : Ott 215(r17 ,J30 .1i 52 0,, .4 I advertisement .$1 per nqTi&,re ft r lrs tinsertion; each uubseqoeut publics tionu o cenut per uwlatre. Brief coutlMunications upon enbjects o pnhl...

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 December 1885

THE CHRONICLE. " (OLFAX. - LOUISIANA b WHY HE COMES NOT. p She stands at the garden gate to-night; ii No word does the maiden speak. But her eyes are full of an anxious light. And a teardrop gleams like adiamond bright U On the rose of her velvet cheek. The sun in his glory has long since set, a The robn has ceased his song; e With the falling dew the leaves are wet, t The hour is past and he conmes not yet, Oh, why does he stay so long? b nla vain she seeks to restrain her tears As the nrecious moments fleet: And her heart is filled with doubts and fears, it As she listening stands and strains her ears For the sound of her lover's feet. in Oh, beauteous maid at the garden gate, I pity thy woeful plight; But get thee in. for the hour is late, For thy lover's coming no longer wait, V He will not appear to-night. Fain would the youth to thy side have flown, t But he hadn't a change of clothes, For his washerwoman. her patience gone, To his shirts and collars and cuffs hold on Till he ...

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 December 1885

SCHOOL AND CHURCH. -In Paris sixty-eigoht churches own works of art, worth $1,615,710. -The translation of the Old Testa ment into Japanese will be completed early next year. -California Is to publish her own school books. She thinks that tho.e published by private enterprise are too expensive. -Rev. Sam Jones says that "the Lord won't stop to criticise your gram mar in a prayer. Speak right out from the shoulder and trust him to overlook your blunders." -A member of a school board visited a school house under his jurisdiction. When asked to make some remarks. he said: "Well, children, you spells well and reads well, but you hain't sot still." -Five years ago the Norwegian Luth erans gave $18,000 to their seminary in Minneapolis; two years later they added p50,000 for endowment, and this year $20,000 for new buildings. -A lady from the East recently at tended divine service at St. John's Cathedral, Denver. and afterward as a mark of her appreciation of the service, and of the sermon...

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 December 1885

. ,.-- .. ... 1 5.. \; EN I'S. i;Eo,iinwIý. of Alexandria. is S -.".t of thi:ieCnll ' ClN 'L .;tPd , atvertisemlenuts and re "" ·. !". no.. of Montgo in , , , Iu'lori'i agenti . Fon'r blr ninu. II to A. A. Deanks• . 'irrr ( fi -i-zt:£etns and a Happy ~ula ('l:Iut' presentts for every one at dlie'I;ht & ",i.Nceiy's. ....  Mris Lou Kemp and Miss Nancy J(E h tare )pen,(')ling the holidays in (Coifax with friends. Fresh e:zisage, apples. orange's, can dies, raisitji , nuts, etc., at A. A. Dean's. 'hii·. newspaper is the most per le:t.=:t and at the same time the L,;-t i.z.:unered of all advertising '911, a Ss. ., .a Claus' liranclh establishment ca.r': hullnd at McKnighi t & McNeely's. We re grr-t to learn of the death of .G . Prudhome ' Lemoine, who I di'i ast Saturday, butabout whom -4o have not been able to gathera any ptrticulars.I .Jst, received at A. A. DeaI's, a fine lot ,t'f iaily groceries and C'hriastmas I un.'k-iinaks. Abu')!,t f, rty dollars have been t c' I o!1...

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. — 9 January 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. ~ Ftmorratic journal, bebatrb to aro anb i enral Retus, itrrature, Science, Agriculture, etc. VOL. IX.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1886. INO. 8. __l _ i ___ l | ___m~ • i i l / n mIl |Il • mia llI | m | m l | I m|i |im i il llm l I l IIlllIm imI •in THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every ,atnrday, at Colfax, ( I'G;:it P.arlishl, IL,.. ---II --- H. G. GOODWYN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 1 LI,:M .' 01" iI:su.:tIA'Jr,.v. Oune copy, one year. ................l 5 UOAe cop), aix oth............. ..... 7.. hix copleos, o01" ctar ............... 7 I'aablh, A. ar:ibly In al\iance. RATES 0F A.JD ETI,"I'G. First iuaerti chargel do uble pr .e PACV. It. i L'I. 2w. 3 . ei. I , ,,1,..i '--8' - " - ] ' ,-I-: ,-, - 1 inch... ,U1 S 2 'w :t 0ai I on 0 h inches. i 0 2 2.1 :. 7. 1 i'1 7. 3utAchee 1 50) , 3 00 t :, l 7 " i 23 50 4 incJO1 . a :. ; i ; "l . l; a ' 2 25 fiAchIeh4. 2 50o 4 5I 7 00, 1. 7,II.0 50 1 ,5 ! coluw. 4 A)- (C 2 5) 17 50,30; 12 u, '*" t' u l'...

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. — 9 January 1886

THIE CHRONICLE. COLFAX. - LOUISIANA. RECOLLECTIONS BESIDE ONE AT REST. As thou art lying there, Thy face so fu'l of peace and wondrous fair. Thy white lids frozen in a downward sweep. It seems thou dost but sleep! The shadow of a smile Lies on thy face. so sweet, so free from guile. Full of such blest content, it plain doth tell That with thee all is welL A passion's slightest trace Mars not the beauty of thy still, white face. No more thy spirit's feelings, joys or woes That mirror may discloso. In wonder ask I now: Cab it have been the glory of this brow has e'er beendarkened by an envious frown, Or anger lowering down7 Can it have been that high" And wide has flashed this closely curtained eye? That radient smiles aooompanying words love-breathed These marble lips have wreathed' No power of love or hate Could now disturb one jot thy calm estate: Thy enemy or love couldst now come nigh. Nor cause thee frown nor sigh. O, where. 0 heart of stone. Hath all thy warm and tender feeling...

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. — 9 January 1886

TOO FAST. Old Ike Thought That He Was a Little Smarter Thee He Proved to Be. "I doan' want yer ter come foolin' roun' wid me," said old Ike as young Mulkittle entered the cabin. "W'y, Uncle Ike, I ain't done nothin' to you." "Yer ain' done nothin' tur me, an' dlat's or fack. Look beah, boy, ain't yesse'f got nuthin' ter dor 'cept' prowl roun' de curmunity. Ef yer s got so much life in dem laigs o' yourn whyn't yer go roun' an' do good ter doe sfferin' poperlation? Hah, whyn't ver do datf When I wuz er bright chile like vesse'I is-ur ruther like yesse'f oughter be nuthin' done me more good den ter fine some good old pusson an' he'p ter treat him like he 'mounted ter suthin' on de face o' dis heah yesath. Neber kotch me standin' roun' tryin' ter fret or good old pusson, but ah. Lawd. do time hex changed since dat er 'casion." "How changed?" "low changed?" repeated the ola man, with a contemptuous sniff. "Jes' lisson at dat procermation. Boys, dese days ain' got de jedgment da uster ha...

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. — 9 January 1886

SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1886. HUIISCRIPTIUNv. '1.:A A YEA.R, In ADV!Ds. t .Judicicl .idrerd' nturr mteuat bfe paid for in edru'ncu, br they will be dise1atinurd ujler the firl insertion. AGENTS. Mn. A. A. Goo,wlN, of Alexandria. is an autthorized agent of the(,l .  ICL ,clv, ;=ud Will eoutr.wct t,r advertikcUcts anu, re ,-aive ,tIbscri ons.115 ,Meeo.rn. licClN BaO., of Montgo m ery. are' our authorized agents. O)CA1- DOTS'i. Ulnion, setts at A. A. Dean's. Our merchants observed the 8th of *January :s a holiday. . . .. ---.0• - . ... Old Reliablhc are still selling their large stock of clothing at low figures. l)ou't forget McKuight & McNeelc ' hen Vyou want Ia i't suit or overcoat. A resident physician is badly needed in Collax, and a first-class doctor will find it a most favora ble location. - -- ý~----- At A. A. Dean's you gill Lind flour by the quantity just received freom St. Louis, and he is offering it h1w down for the cash. The police jury were in session four days this...

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. — 16 January 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. SeCmonratit %onrnal, tbnhto fa 2ataI aunb Qtrral cbros, fittraturt, Stiene, ýgrirnltrz , etc. VOL. IX.l COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1886. THE COLFAX CHRONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., -BY- H_ GC+. OO DW'N EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. TERM8 OF 8UBSCBIPTION. One copy, one year ................ $1 5 One copy, six months .............. 7 Six copies, one year ............... 7 5 Payable invariably in advance. BATES OF ADVEBTIB61G. First inserti ., charged1 do uble pr .e Pace. It. 1m12. m. 3_.. a. 1 1 inch... 51 50 5I00 3 0o 0 JO Sinchee. 1 00 2 S2 3 765 25 950[b7i " inekes. 150 3u 6 sU f 0j12tr 23 50 4 inheea. 2 00 37 6: 8 716 a 25 25 6 inches. 2 50 4 5s 7 001000116 50 30 00 t columna,4 501 2 25017 5030 52 0 S"'finu' 0016 00 0 50 00 d0 00 S. aerseent 4$1 per square to r frst ineertion; each subsequent publiea tion 50 cents per square. Brief communieatione upon subjects o public interest solicited, but no attentlo will...

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. — 16 January 1886

THE CHRONICLE. ('OLFAX. - I()'ISIANA THE WOODLAND GRAVE No sacred monumental urn. Nor vaunted funereal praise, . Here lures the passer-by to turn With mute and reverential gaze. No cypress throws quaint shadows here Upon some sculptured marble tomb, Where rests some one to memory dear. Amidst the churchyard's solemn gloom. But in some unfrequented glade, Where fragrant flowers bloom and die, And where, beneath the wood's deep shade, t In wild profusion ferns do lie. Where bluebells, with the golden furze, The wild-rose and the daffodil, With Ivy, moss, and countless burr, Lie scattered o'er the verdant hill; Beside some coot sequestered stream, Shaded from the stormy weather, Where the sun's last lingering gleam Fades upon the mountain heather There. where the grass is soft and green, With meadow-sweet and cowslips, too, And fairest snowdrops may be seen Weeping in the morning dew; And where the skylark's evening song Comes floating on the perfumed breeze, And woodland music, all da...

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. — 16 January 1886

MISCELLANEOUS. -Thirty-one families of Smiths get their letters at the Wilkinsburg Post office. Pa. -Chili has control of the Straits of Magellan. and the country called Pats gonia is wiped off the map. -The American Social Science As sociation, at its recent session, felicitated itself upon the fact that within the past few years it had succeeded in making the teaching of social science a feature of many colleges of the land.-N. Y. Graphic. -A wealthy New York lady's wit provides that her numerous dogs. cab and birds shall be cremated, and that their ashes shall be scattered upon hei grave. The neighbors are eager foi the provisions of the will to be carrier out at once.- . Y. Sun. -( ur whole land area, exclusive of Alaska, is 1,$.6,070,40t acres, of which 444.900.000 acres is forest, and the farm area is 225,659.000 asres, the balance being comprised under the head of uan improved and waste lands.-Chicage Journal. -A Belgian has invented a coffin tha makes it impossible for any o...

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. — 16 January 1886

iebc Clfir fl;brnircr. A.\TUID)AY, JANUARY 16,1886. t~casICu i-rr'Ts, .l.j . .R, IN ADVuICIL. i?'J..4licial Jdrei isaemnts must be paid Jo adani ce cc, or they will be discostissed altcr the firt ita Lion. AG ENTS. Mi. A. A. GoolwIN. of Alexandria, is an auithorized agent of the CGiunre ICis, and wili c ,tract fir lvoertisomnuts and re c.uio uvnbcrilption. Messrs. .'lcC.ýuI & Hao., of Montxtom ery, are our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. Miss Mary Rhorer, of Fairmoeunt, is spending a few days in Colfax as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rhorer. A fine lot of sugar cured hams, a Birnt-class article, selling at 13c per lb at McKuight & McNeely's. t.ast Saturday, near Creed's mill, Miss :Leiotta Wdllce burned to death. She was about 15 years old. Dar, man ; look at dem pic-nic lnmn---only 9c pes lb at McKnigut & McNccly's. By a letter from the private secretary o,f (iov. McEuery, we learn that the par don of Anderson Woodward, convicted at the last criminal term of our di...

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. — 23 January 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. ' cmocratir ournal, bebottb to taeaI a nb entral alus, fiterature, Sitnrt, %griretart, fr. VOL. IX. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1886. INO. 10 m-" - --- II -lll iI~ ii. .. .. .. _...... . 4 llI THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY H- G. GOODWYN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. I ERYS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year ................. $1 5 One copy, six moiths ............... 7 six copaes, one year ................ 7 Ptayable in'.ariably in advance. RATES OF ADl ERTISI SG. First iuserti charlv,1 do uble pr ~e PA ich t. ... . C'm. I a 2 inches. it ' 'l. :175 5 950 la 7: 3 loch. l 1 54 00 Q 0 5  0 1 ,a 00 4 iucues. 200l13 1i o25 11.1( 2525 y coluwuz 451 t o0v 254 17 50;i 52o .l' I". Alvetisemeeut .1 per aqguaie f rF first insertion; e;ch ulbaoeitent, publica tion 50 cents per square. Brief eommnnications upon subjects o public intere st solicited, but no attentio.. will he paid to anon1,ll0,tyius writers....

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. — 23 January 1886

THE CtiRONICLE. " p --" a I d COIFAX. - .OUISIANA c p "FOR THE TIME BEING." "For the time being!" is How long Is that? A space as brief As takes the whirling Autumn leaf To reach the sward, the April flake FI To change to dew, the wave to break w Now shoreward fleeing? "For the time being!" il How long Is that? As long, perchance, . As while a merry thought doth glance Across the deep and well loved eyes? W As long as term of tears and sighs, a The full heart freeing? ? "For the time being!" b How long is that ? I wait to hear. Ci A breathing space, a day, a year ? Till this life's silent bound be won, n And other unknown life begun c Past sound, past seeing ? "For the time being!" n It is forev'er, as I think, A ceaseless adding link to link, A series, as of waves at sea: a For, tell me, when shall time not be, p In Fate's decreeing? a "For the time being!" (It is thy word.) Thou dost not know. Such promise will not let thee go: Since time shall never cease to be, I ask but this-th...

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. — 23 January 1886

MISCELLANEOUS -An American lady has opened s house in Paris for young American girls, who have come to that city with out friends or protection, to carry or their studies. -A tramp went into a house in Mis souri and spit on the parlor carpet The woman was sick in bed, but she got I up and broke his collar-bone and rar i him to the woods.-St. Louis Post. -The census of 1880 shows that t Tennessee ranks first as a honey-pro- t dcning State. The amount reported was 2,130.689 pounds of honey and 86, 421 pounds of beeswax. --The President of a life insurance l company recently receive a letter In I which the writer said: "In case of deth t plase explain to me what the aires would get when I dye."-Boston Tran script. -There are 2,400 stables of cows in New York, the milk of which is sold in in the city; and these cows from the r time they enter the stable, until no longer able to give milk, never see e grass.--N. Y. Times. -There is no more sense in "tipping" 1 a waiter or bed-room servan...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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