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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 27 February 1886

SATURIDAY, FERRUARY '27, 1^;. nl": i Itr'TI,?N. c-i."' 4. Yt Z"., IN UV.NDCF.. r[ .4jdicial .Icrti+ C Ments must le paid for in ad,'nce, or they will be discottinuted after the lirst inserlion. LOC AL . DOTS.. A fine lot of fruit trees for sale at the Cmr:N)iCLuE ofll*e. The .Meikel plot is sold for cash by A. A. Dean at 1 50 and the HIall plow at ;y;. See advertisetnent for non-pay ment of town taxes on first page. Bacon, ltiour, lard and other grocer ie, jIust received in large quantities fi'"'i St. Lolui by A. A. Dean, to be sol at rock bottom figur i. District court for Avoyelles parish meets on the first Monday in March. Hon. N. C. Blanchard has this editor's thanks for a package of choice gar en seeds. 'At A. A. Dean's you will find flour Iy the quantity just received from St. Louis, and he is offering it low down for the cash. Our readers will please overlook any defects in the paper, as we have had company at our house this week. Judges Moore and Clegg, of the 5th circuit ...

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 March 1886

THE CO FAX CHRONICLE. $ g rmoaratic rui n i erbzar ci to aoral anb 6tncral Jetos, Yiteratnre, Sietnrt, Igritunture, Qtr. VOL. IX." CoL.. , i:ANTT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 18,86. INO _. . . = ,. -,-- • . '----..-.4,,meaim  _L II I -- I . . I I THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Coltax, Grant Parish, La., -BY IH G1. GOODWyrN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 21 EI~Y OF S UBSURII'TION. One copy, one year ................. $1 5 Oe copy, six mouths............... 7 bix Cojpn, one year ................ 7 5' Payable intariably in advance. RATES OF AD'ERTII7S1SG. First iuserti charyelI do uble pr ~e aci. 1"t. 2 . 1 2u. 3_ . bm. 7 3tion 50 ce.. nts per square. 75 4iuriefa. ommn atis upon d7sujes a25 6inolced. 250 45c 701i' lu (hr ;t50:oO ! coluuii.4 54 t; 1 517 : * F. advertisement 4 1 per squatre Co first innerti'l'; each b nhbequeut publics tion 50 cents per squaire. Brief communications upon subject. o public interest solicited, but no attenti.o will Ibe paid to anony'ullo...

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 March 1886

TILE CHRONICLE. ( ()]. AX. - I ,'UISIANA THE ELF-CHILD. (MODIRw.) Little Orphaut Annie's come to our house to stay, An' wash the cups an' saucers up, an' brush the crumblls away. An' shoo the chickens off the porch, an' dust the bearth, an' sweep. An' make the are. an' bake the bread, an' earn her board an'-keep; An' all us other children, when the supper thngs is done, We set around the kitchen fire an' has the mostet fun A-list'nin' to the witch tales 'at Annie tells about. An' the gobble-uns 'at gits you Ef you Don't Watch Out l One't they was a little boy wouldn't say his pray'rs An" when he went to bed at night, away up stairs, His mammy heerd him Boller, an' his daddy heerd him bawl, An' when they turn't the klvvers down he wasn't there at all! An' they seeked him in the rafter-room, an' cubby-hole an' press, An' seeked him up the chimbly-flue, an' everywheres, I guess, But all they ever found was thist his pants an' roundabout! An' the obble-uns 'ii git you Ef you Don't Watc...

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 March 1886

MISOELLANEOUS. usty manoued the birth of their twenty-ninth ehild. -William Decker, of Elisabeth, N. J., has received the news that $6,000 have been willed him by a Virginian, Tim6thy Parker, whom he saved from drowning about eight years ago. -The proper thing to do now is to nend your lover a silk handkerchief 'with his monogram embroidered by yoareelf in your own hair instead of embroidery ailk. Devotion can do no amore. This is a custom of long ago revived.-N. Y. Pbst. -Three men of San Antonio, Texas, recently had a dispute about the owner. ship of a pig. As the outcome of the debate the three men are now dead, and the pig is public property. Itis preeumed that all concerned are satis led.--(Acogo Inter Oese. -Japan has recently founded a peerage, so as to establish an upper lhose of their legislative body, similar to the English HIouse of Lords. So far the Peers consist of 7 Princes, 24 Marquises, 76 Counts, 824 Viscounts and 74 Barons, or a total of 409. -Figures have been prb...

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 March 1886

c ult ' .Y, M,\Rel Cn i, heG rrci FTL'N. E..'i A YIAI . IN A VV.t_;,;.u :J4l.ticial Adrertiemets msisalt be pd t for e, adIci,ce. or Ikey trill be discontinsed e.Jter the irst . e iertion. - -- - al LO (AL I)O 'S- c River rising rapitlly. A fine lot of fruit trees for sale w at the CHRONICLE office. of The Meikel plow is sold for cash by A. A. Dean at $4 5(0 and the Hall al plow at iti. Mrs. Josie Ragan of Montgomery com!menced teaching a term of scbool in Colfax last Monday. This lady is said to be an excellent in- O1 structor, and we doubt not will give satisfaction to her patrons. sc Bacon, flour, lard and other grocer- c( fea just received in large quantities from st. Louis by A. A. Dean, to be sold at rock bottom figures,. ti The mercantile firm of Mc- ti Knight & McNeely, which has been one of the most prominent concerns in Colfax for more than i five years, was dissolved by mutual Ic consent on" the 1st inst. Mr. H. ti Mclnight retires from the firm, I and Messrs. Jno. H...

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 March 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. X ~moraratit Journal, bbiath to foral Ibb 6tneratl Res, Fitrature, eSimenr, gfrirnfitre, tr . VOL. 1X.l COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA.,.SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1886. , NO. 17. - - - - . - . -... . ..... . _ _ II_ | l l . .. . . . . . ....II liIH I l I • I II |gl ll 'T'HE COLFAX CHRONICLE, P'ttishii/l, kitt ii '. tnirilav it C~olflx?, i r'ant ]3atiis.., L~a., -1;1. I3_ ca- (:,00 Z) WTPN EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. Onte coly, aii&e ye;ir...............$1 5 Oit,. . co i ut Ift t i ,illi.............. 7 bX Ciiii;."4, C7ite 1t::'. . ......... I iaiialaj 9 (aia n ti lI 1 Uc. Fira r in i ai . liai j' .1 Y Iii lti pj t o PAC. 1 t. ,IL t i. ý t . I3. bu l i ltem , ý I r i ' I 3 J) , : ' 9 J7 4 jn e .j Ito1; ,~ h JiJi 4 1344 N ll : 1 :,irti. ;iui.l1 1 #1 jctr rii _ it i first I ntaei'tlru ; t"1·1 Ai1l,,ýNt11'elil Itnblic. t tion EI4 ct·itti )t, rI tt'qitrc . B~rief Coinllunliit'attio nq upon snljeetw o I'nlhlie intertce t holtlit ,"(l, 1)1it, lit) attt(~llitiu PRO F1X81ON~li CGAIW...

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 March 1886

THE CHRONICLE. COLF IX. - I.( lISIANA THE STAR IN THE EAST. From hoary kingdoms of all ancientness, ~ed bi' a star they came A star that dimmed the lustre of the heav ens. Shaking their fleece of flame! A splendid caravan, from desert depths They tshebed their royal way: Gold wrought, In all strange charactery and gems The r housinags caught the ray. The shining stallions arched their neots and rang Their jeweled bridle reins: The stately camels stretched like monoliths Their shasows on the plains. Treasure of perfumes and of precious stones Weighed them, and wondrous web Of scarlet cloths, woven at the wane of moon And at the great sea's ebb; And oils and gums, the ooze of sacred trees In sun-impr'sonlag flecks, And in their lamps the fire not once relit Since priest Melchisedek's. There little Melchior. King of Nubla, came With gold to signify Posee1on of the empire of the earth And kingship's prophecy. And Chaldea's monarch, the old Balthuar, Brought incense, for a sign That pray...

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 March 1886

A VISIT Pl)M KIDD. The Great Pirate's apedttio to Gard5 e's Islead. Lord John Gardiner one June even ing observed a mysterious sloop with six guns riding at anchor off the island. It was Kidd's last vessel, the Antonia. This Lord John was a large, hearty man, who lived generously, was "'olever" to the Indians and squaws, and had so much ability in affairs that, although he married four times and spent a great deal of monqy, he por tioned off his daughter handsomely and left a large estate at his death. He was not a person to be scared by a mysteri ous armed sloop; so, after she had lain in sight two days without making any sign, he put off in a boat. to board her and inquire what she was. As he came up over the side, Captain Kidd-till then unknown to him--received him with the traditional politeness of a thriving desperado, and asked after the health of himself and family. Then, in answer to Lord John's inquires, he said that he was on his way to Lord Bellomont at Boston: would Gard...

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 March 1886

SATURD)AY M AlICtI 11, f V .J...tr,'il , .1,crrr1tº>t en.' II ,, rnl (.. ,4>. i., idrujre, or they will be n 44 (vi' 44J(4r /ire Jir41 enet orion Sece list of juroir. 1l, l411?it te i r:l \444 it VIlr s t 14 ., 14II4 1'Sf pili ii, i4 , ' t lci\t ier unrder tli· coin ii.ur: X 411it 11it i 4(1141 line.C If hunt of K,4- ht. t :l Ith uIr t (44 '1', Wi-Iiit I t " II:(i 1. (11, i1 1'.4 . r;' iti. )44 4144',:IiIII *( t !ii"A11' i 4." I'i'4 II' 144 ,i vet 14 ittI4 A1( t,-((i s':,·;..1. Hi. liceNely ,turfl Vinu. V l'lin Its 11' fti~" fl)iytig trig, to tillº city on businjooS Iasi >tieek. Mr. A. F. Siiuoiuu RVC'lt down? on1 Moll dlay last, slid. will comlilln e both plr'nsuri' aud busrinesis in1 a trip of several dlayS. Buckleu's Arica Salve Tih' I 4(iw s(ilvi IIt the world folr rii '. brin ,4v r , , ol ef'rl, ,id t riho un i lever sores, Icitir. eha:q)ped hhlndA, (thil)141I4'. ores. 9, 1a11d all s4kit, ernpi tlii 44, 4null p01.4 iV ted't t'hri4 piles, or 1Iii p't y I'irce'r. I is gn...

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 March 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. --€ SPtmnoTtratih 3ournal, bebotaf to gatal ab etnra1 Ietbs, Kiterature, Stituft, gritltnrt, E. VOL. IX. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1886. INO. 18. THE CO00LFAX CHRONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY- . C-- . GC OODWyN. EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 2BRMS OF 8 UBSCRIPTION. One Copy, one year . ................... One copy, six 'months ............. Biz copies, one year ..............7 5 &'syable invariably in advance. 4ATE8 OF ADVERTIBISG. First insirt . ee1 do uble pr e PAC'. It. i1. 2au 3_. u.. I 1 inoh.. 5--"1 "0 2 3 950 . inohse. 1 o 2 2 1 7 l 00 5JO 3 lonehe. 1 50 3 00 5 ' 9 50o 3 7 4isehM.200, , 3 7 5) 1 0 503"2 5 inches. 51 4 d er na1 fOrt 8 2o 5C 7 00 tW 5: 00 ri -emen 4 per square fo first insertion; each subsequent publics tlon 50 cents per square. Brief communications upon subJects o public interest solicited, bit no attentio will be paid to anonyumona writers. Address: CaRONICLs, Colfax, La. PROFESSIO...

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 March 1886

THE .CHRONICLE. C(OL.FAX - I.lISlIANA TWO ANGELS. 46w.. the light the silence reigns an broken. As death and birth again are merged in am: us. the watehers, not a word is spoken tinUl. at length, we catch the bell's elear tense. And then we turn with heart-warm words of Handfast and smiling, of fair wishes fain. lamest that, through the year we now are meeting. Loue may be lessened, pleasure vanquish pain. Ab yet, for all goodwill, must sorrow fnd us! How many years, begun in hope and joy, Lie shrouded in a mist of tears behind us, Or dark with sins regret can ne'er destroy? The hands so warm In New Years past-we miss them: The eyes so full of love shine here no more; The gracious lipe -in dreams alone we kiss them. Their music eeholng: "Only gone before!' btill "one increasing purpose," that we doubt no Fulflts Itself through all the years' re frains: 'Mid symphonies that cassual discords rout not Time's losses go to swell eternal gains! trom leatle's bough, from cloud inert, there...

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 March 1886

MISCELLANEOUS. -A man at Meroed, Cal., who sprained his ankle while gunning lately had to crawl on all fours a dis tance of eight miles to the nearest house. -The experience of failure is one that comes in greater or less degree to every one at times, trying the metal and probing the character as no prosperity can do. -The Indians call Boston Mess-atsoo sec-hence "Massachusetts." They who do not find this satisfactory can fix up something of their own.--Lowell Courier. -One-half of the world does not know how theother half lives. Of course, this does not hold true in communities which boast a ladies' srwing-circle. Boston Transcript. -Baggage may now be checked, ac cording to the American plan, from New York to Liverpool at the rate of fifty cents apiece. This includes the cost of delivery in Liverpool.--N. '. Sun. -A medical paper states that the ex I'unse of examining swine's flesh for trichinae in Berlin amounts to over R59,0) per annum. In the whole of Prussia 4,·0)0),0 swine w...

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 March 1886

SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1886. rnn'saBtrrIro, $1.5tl A YZAR. Ix ADVArnO'. g~JaJdicial Adrertiasmcalts mist be paid fo: in adrOef. or tke i will be discos ntieds a/ter the first iMsertion LOCAL DOTS. Tax sales to-daiy. Mrs. 'aruslhaM is having her square paled in with a neat picket fence. Miss Julia; Rhover, of Fairmount, spent the p;ast week in Colfiax at the hlouns' of her brother, Deputy Sheriff lts. M. Rhor'er, Jr. ""A new broom sweeps clean," so ways the old axiom, and customers act ijg on it are mr;aking a considerable inroad upon the large stock of goods which McNeely & Smith are seiliug at hard times prices. If 'out of norta' with headache, stomach disorder, torpid liver, pain in hack or side, constipation, etc., neglect may be fatal. One dose of Strong's Sanative Pills sill give relief. A few doses restore to new health and rigor. During a collecting tour sixty days ago a number of delinquent subscribers promised us to comne in or send in and settle ip in a few days. We woul...

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 March 1886

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. . pcmocratir ýournal, `cbntcr to oc al aub 6tneral 5etos, 'iterature, Secwt, $grirniturt, Etc. VOL. IX.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1886. INO. 1 THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Coltax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY ------- G.- G3OOD EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. 11KR1d OF Bf.YCRIPL'lIO.I . One colpy, one year ........... ....$1 5 One cop, ai ( ui uts. .............. 7 biz Copl,,e. one year ................ 7 5 I'ayable invariably in advauce. BA TES OF AlwVEITISIAG. rst itserti , cha-rer do uble pr ~e PAC.. . 1 . . 3 . b . 1 irat ncte... n; eah 2ub q 3 et bli JO Siotwn . i l 2 . 7 5 2 9 50 1.p 7. Srief eoumun 3lat,, upn 1 bJet 0 .50 4 ineue$. Y 0 t 6 e 7t 1I: y ;, 25 6 ianches. 2 5 4 S 7 Ee 10 tx (1; :,u o U0O 1 colan:4 vi t i u 51':17 5U 30. i ii Sill e paid to 0 W 60yon 5 writer'.0 . a dvertiseent W. 1 per quure fu. Arat insertion; each aabneuent publica tion Prti cents pe rtr qua of re. uiian Brief cmantd icatis upon Fedebjral. o prhl...

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 March 1886

TIlE ( R111ON ICLiE. (01.1\N. ,- lI.,S!ANA YOUTH RENEWED. -I wish K were a boy :ca'n so siihed it man o'rltýl;:r d: And fate was at hie el:'o'r then And trante'l wh:a: he a '';ed. Reduced atuain to Ibiyhoo. l' size, He found himself once more The aspirant for mans a prizle That he had lost before. His schoolmates all around him pressed, And work and play sent on. But still he felt his youthful lost For toil or sport was uon' The lessons that were easy once Were now more hardly done; He felt himself the very dunce That he had called his son. The blunders that he made of old He now avoids at will: But others, graver. deadlier, hold Their ties about him still. The lads around look on and quiz This Solon gone to school They think that all his caution is The wisdom of a fool! Things are not always what they seem' And when the man awoke From what was but a fevered dream In altered tones he spoke: "Life's rule is easily understood We may not live aga:n: But boyhood's days for boys are go...

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 March 1886

-------------- MISCELLANEOUS. -In answer to the question, "What makes a Florda girl popularT' we Would state that her father's orange grove probably has as much to do with t as anything else.--Ocala (Fla.) Ban -It is announced that an English in ventor has lately devised a method of coating tin with a material resembling glass, which removes all danger of spoison in canned goods, and the adop tion of his process is likely soon to be 'come general. -The marriage of a girl ten years and eight months old to a man of thirty years is reported by good authority from Suwanee county. The girl's fathel is a minister, and the ceremony was performed by his consent.-Madi son (Fla.) Recorder. -If you are sick or think you are, don't send for the doctor unless you mnean to follow his directions. You will 'only worry yourself ill- by knowing what he thinks of you, while you do nothing to better yourself.-Philadel phia Bulletin. -A lake, comprising 123 asres, near the village of Riverhead, Long Isl...

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 March 1886

U4t lfar Olbronidlt. .ATURDAY, MfARCHI 27, 1886. 1Ben.uvaitrroI. h1.50 A YI. TN AoA.vcL ci'.ldle al Adsorirseents mast ib pard fo- i. adeirm. or kesy will be disen.ol'ed I af/r t-_ -.. f s,.ie. .LOCAL DO'TS. March appears to be getting ready to have a "blew out." When Te-rianr & Lacroix make a set at a man to .e-l thlhm a lightning rod he might as well eplitulate at once. By the, first boat MeNeely & Smith are expecting to receive a tlne lot of sprieng clothing direct from New York. Snoo1r Tas IAT I-Deputy Shetiff Rhurer is sporting tmhe het straw hat of the seeasol. At A. A. Deams' store it Colfax will be found a full uasort ment of spslng styles, cheap for cash. Lacrix's tiger has an extra curl in his tail this week. Tbhe sub-boss is at lhonme, and in honor of this event the boarders at the hotel have had the luxury of as oyster hash, and potato muftlin seasoned with codfish. We have made arrangements by which we are enable to offer the CHno~rcLE and the Weekly Times Demo...

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. — 3 April 1886

THE COLF'AX CHRONCLE. SComocratic murntal, btbottb to ýoeal anub tneratl oes, iterature, Sitimt, griantlrt, etc. VOL. IX.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1886. I THE COLFAX OHRONIOLE, Publisbed Every Seturdsy, as Colfax, Grant Parish, La., -BY--- G*E. .. QOODW~T'rr , EDITOR and PIOPRIETORL tlBRM OPF UBSCBIPTION. Ose espy, em . ............. ....$1 6 Mla y, sir naoat . .............. 7 5i: oase y r ................ 7 6 yeble v hribly is advaioe. ldfT OP IDVBRTISYIG. First ueti . eoar"eddeasble pr .e "&ý. It. t1. *m, 3.., ts. 1 . im. i 9 0 O JO S lebs. 1 3 I *50 o Il 3Saukes. 1 3 006 00 7 60 12 0 g3 50 4 Isere.. 8 W 8 8 7t i5 3s is 8 lasies. 8 50 4 SCI 7 0011o ogi o a0 10 1e|*luas 4 8 001 117 50 Oý| 0 . t l . op ,50300 0 -, S.1 per qr to Ati ,mawtOr; each sqbeeqgees pblies ties 1a eeat per tquae. Eriefd uamatieme ~p uboet o uebie ilate UaleIted, but so stteatj will be paid moumeos writers. Addrein: CasXIELou. Colsbz, Le. PRO, F lONAL A .RDS. T H. Tlooues. ...

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. — 3 April 1886

'Il E CHRONICLE. ('O(I.FX. - LOIISIANA EVEN IF WE MIGHT. It we might trace t'he kward path and, calmly face to face WI lrd lost youth, dear heart, today And walk life over bravely, hand nla hand. l all the wrong thlngs we could make las Abh rý we mightl It we mlgt see AL that the future keeps from you and me, ar fondest hopes, dear hurt, could se ftllled Ad know that life should be as we have f we could have te future fell Ia sight Ah. if we mightl If It were soe Ohl could we r that cross we used to know. And live It over, now, dear heart, again, And bear a second time the bitter pain, And taste the old-time Ignorant delight, Even it we might? if It wer so That all the mystie future we could know, And feel ia prospect all a life-tlme's bliss, Would It. deor heart, be half as sweet as thist SAnd eoald we ear the troubles we should se, - Iit might bhe Th re loys or riefs I wpuld not know; L wod et walk a path o life again Eves without the sorrow and the pa. etter u It s. dearheart, ...

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. — 3 April 1886

* MISCELLANEOUS.. -A German observer ih surprsed that more attention is not given fn this .ountry to directing youth in the study a nature. -A man in Orland, Cal., made a ný wager that he could smoke ninety tr gars in two hours. He fkiled on the te ninetieth, which made him sick. in -A partridge flew through a plate lass show-window' one-quarter inch e k, at Chester, Vt., the other after noon, and dropped dead inside with a hi broken neck. -"From a single acre you can gather tb 3,000 bushels of prime oysters, 'said an oysterman of the Lower Chesapeake ni Bay.. "This beats wheat-raising by a of large majority." f, -Santa Rosa. Cal., has a remarkable R town clock. When the hour hand points at six and the clock strikes v, seventeen the people then know that it n, is exactly twelve o'clock.-San Fran- i. cisco Call. -Twenty-five years ago we were k 80,000,000 people; now we are nearly is 60,000,000. Then we had 141 cities di and towns of over 8,000 inhabitants; re now we havr 286 of such...

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