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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 13 March 1880

goI TE HOUSEHOLD. eM Table. T Two cupfuls of sugar, .-j-d skttermilk, one cupful of ene teaspoonful of soda, O One-bal cupful of butter, Of sugar, one cupful of sour l , one-haif teaspol)onful e . moo nful of cream-tartar, I ry soft, and sprinkle her baking. SCOsdk: One cupful of butter, of gU, four eggs, onle and y of molasses, one cupful five cupfulsof flour, two .._. . onetea.ppoonful f soda ; Nlo Th's is sufficient for two  gpdding: For a family of atl Ma pons one-half coffeecup la a pint of milk to soak, V until it becomes soft; t and two cups of sug jrb i of a butternut, and r... of salt; when well beat , Mqaptt of milk, and flavor Sor lemon ; bake the same as ,pal er Pudding: One cupful A or buttermilk, one cupful of a0r teaspoonful of soda, two egs, a pinch of salt, flour sthiMek as it will drop from two cupfuls or a little more Sarpplas cut in small pieces. asybh than an hour in one' gidone round one. Serve with uGes, seasoned with nutmeg. .eC5itSbe apples if preferable. 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. — 13 March 1880

4t tfalfa* C ronidle. H- G}- GCOODwYw , EDITOR and PUBLISHER. Subscription 62 a Year, in advance. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1880. t7Judicial AdrertisementA muat be paid for in adrswoa, or they will be discovtinucd after the first insertion. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. GOoDWIN, of Alexandria, in an authorized agent of the CHiRONICLE, and will contract for advertisements and re ceive subscriptions. Meaners. McCAIN & Bxo., of Montgom cry. are our authorized agcntn. LOCAL ) OTS. Sewing machines and attachments at T. M. Bioasat's, Alexandria. The Police Jury meets the first Monday in April. Mrs. Calhoun and little Mary have come home again. Parish scrip of 1878 for sale at this office at 75 cents on the dollar. The Cane river feet is busy with the freight left here by the Jesse K. Belt. Those wishing watches, clocks and jewelry, send to T. M. Biossat, Alex andria. The Yazoo Valley Capt Rea passed Tuesday evening late with a very good load of cotton. The suit of Fletcher vs. Jeter has been remanded b...

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 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLK ~tmocratic eournal, btbotb to oral anb 6cneral tos, ~Tttraturt, ,Scintr, tgrumUt, t.. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1880. O. 19. - .. .... - - . - I 1 WA" TTTHE DBTf 3DGJBP. 009 , CHRONICE, I Srant Parish, La.. ..--M G The G OD 7WY N' hereby and PRoPRIETO. . next t :. .. ...... ..... . Choli EStabjy in advance. O1 01ADVERTISING. Fan Smer"ged e double price. carefu I.4 S at llbe pI_ - - fe24 2 3 5 '900 g 1 3 52 9- 1575 l 3 6 7 5 15 0 5 36WI 3 625 00 25 oo! 4 10 16 5o00 00 A e $1 per square for ; ech .ubquet publics- U ad d iis tiesa upon subjects of Isst sulbted, but no attention AMr1 to tasonyatous witeit. ib.: C.cOnc, Colfax, La. V os.g E Hatrel, SitY PRODUCE MERCHANT, E d, z m.... New Orleans, La. Who Wrap 89 Decatur Street. re iktiae given to the sale of C fsj , Tallow, Wool, Moes, Bees • pmi iU anod all other Country Ru b Ial advlsnees made on all tion. prl * ,de satisatory ar range M5 atue Irm of ti'* PLVCHIC. oaggs Fascs, it w...

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 1880

THE CHRONICLE. u n COLFAX, - - LOUISIATA. fl A LIFE'S LOVE. ii I loved him In my dawning years Var years, divinely dim; My blithet smiles, my saddest tears, Were evermore for him. My dreaming when the day began, the latest thought I had, Wja still some lovang plan To,make my darlin; glad. t They deemed he lacked the conquering wiles That other children wear; Ti' me his face, in frowns or smiles, Was never aught but fair. They raid that self was all his goal, Ile knew no thought beyond; To ite, I know, no li ing soul 0 Was half so true and fond. Al, many a love wasntine ere now, r In life's capricious May. And many a lightly whispered vow The breezes lre away. r Yet. ko Mng back on friends betrayed, And sweethearts left to rue, My soul can say. " In shine or shade, At least he found ime true." In love's eclipse, in friendship'sdearth, t In grief mid feud and hale, My heart has learnt the sacred worth of nme that can not fail; And come what must and come what may, Nor power, aor prais...

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 1880

TB!E HEALTH sMa Healol th. Sthe soil upon human pon the air we inhale c . sU drink. The moisture V ý 0diks the temperature and i S ir J. The result of many a -o t some diseases may s> to emanations from lfioer, bilious remittent h end cholera. Exactly is Iý power is, that induces a e p conditions, we do not S is tleories and conjectures n I 1aY a . Many observers - iba iSi oni of minute par s g organic matter. We d ta it arises from decay, t a _ lb , of organic matter, -  a , e of heat and moist- i fevers, intermittent are apparently p;oduced t from the soil, and called a~4L are certainly associated r te.- low, moist grounds j a stl l they occur on ele- t - td "hold in depressions of - d" ~-mposing organic mat dssahel are fond of ill a marshy places. In such AgW 'd t worst forms of diar V1rLt - sad other disturbances le ary canal, as impaired g ,4. #ep5I5 and diseases of the b w V e have occasion to t do w athtse who live in malari- b 0i0 present feeble and sallow I  ylow fe...

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 1880

ý.e Qtotfai j Qt~ronide SATURI)AY, MARCH 20, 1880. Subscription $2 a Year. in advance. YrJudicial Adrertisemrnts must be pid for i. adcaser, or they will be disom ased after the first isuertioa. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. Goornwl. of Alexandria. is an authorized agout of the iuI1t, . NLE .ad will contract for advertisements and re ceive ubec~riplions. Messers. McCAtI & dBo.. of Montgom ery. are our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. Thanks too the newspaper men and other friends in Alexandria for fa vors while among them. The cold snap passed without frost or freeze, so garden "sass" and frilts will come in proper season. Puzzle "15" has got the beet of our townsfolk, and they now revel in its most intricate combinations. Hooray Il for the Jesse K. Plenty of water for old time weekly trips, and now we can look for the Bell reg ularly every Monday evening. Our efficient District Attorney, E. 0. lunter, and A. A. Goodwin, of Alexandria, and Jno. I. Gray, now of Pineville, spent a couple of day...

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 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE.  m0cnmrdratit jm]ai, bboeb to Total anb misnd lSteos, iiratur, Stitnt, grizaltr, dEt. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1880. INO. 20. Vo II_._ " "' _ " " - " gatr asetrday, at 40 lj POPRIETOR. o Grant sariCBSCh TIL. $1200 4 is o ...............l M ;blin advance. A00 DVERTISING. I erand double price. ar S3 4. 5 9 0 S3 5259 515 75 3 6 b 7 1"l 0 t60 f , 87 5  15 55 4 6 7 10 0 16 U 00 rI " lal 6017 aa '- u0 ~s Tk.g.antr $1 per sqOuae for sa c bequent publis Sss upao subjects of judrbd, a no attention Slsaeysmes writers. 45: Copsxtc, Colfax, La. . E. Hatrel, Sl P360CE MERCHANT, o____set....New Orlans, La. W g' s _m DsIar Btreet. Ay ii given, to the sale of Talow, Wool, Mose, lees rJDUII and all other Country -ii i aLsl advanees made on all gIj fret d Hsmr Prroce .,;,0?sre Plees, it will be to the L- 37r aopacer eoustomers to ad nl.M  $, rasid to advances on 4-.i JOB L HATREL. L A. DUCROS, Casmmusaeon Merchant u, ist ar SSr Factor, $0y-g Qseddet ...

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 1880

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. ---Grlyle's health is said to be fully restorl. And he expects to complete his autobiography this year. -Large quantities of tobacco are raised in Russia from seed obtained in this country. -The heirs of the late W. M. Hunt value his ' Large Niagara" painting at S2M,000, and contemplate its exhibition aboed. ,--Bet Harte has been in London on allying visit and has been invited Iby Sir Frederick Leighton to respond to a toast for "Literature" at the Royal Academy banquet, which will be held on the 1st of May. -Mr. Ruskin is quoted as saying, " You fancy you are sorry for the pains of others. Now, I tell you just this: That if the usual course of war, in stead of unroofing peasanits' houses and ravaging peasants' fields, merely broke the china upon your drawing-room tables, no war in civilized countries would last a week." -Mile. Sar'ah Bernhardt is described as suddenly taking into her head the resoluti...

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 1880

it gc S ," san Folks. thos , udder's gwine to gin a far, I ter( AST to ax you fer a few it, I ad ef you had any in g any thing else, she'd 1 Sddg would, to git it, and Cak ot next week's' washin', of it thei V know .Cato was the most " his black boy in the neigh- dat d there was something so waith *es idea of Celia, the most " ~ old negress in town, giving ly,,( a s of raising money which llbs in the habit of condemn- a bc ,,s db fer de low-down black I lo y ry serious doubts were stoo i ve Iing s ti believe you, Cato," I an- post u What is Aunt Celia giving a bon Sit for the church?" T' andder says as how all de mar i done gu fars, and dey's gat  fuL n h o her, and dey sez of c .. tl c bease she's proud, she no ga , but case she's so drotted gra And mudder ain't gan d- s a- dar from po man, and Sgeitber. And she'll show ma' y u;i s what, fore she's done, I ole Soff f' riends most not suppose and I e ba the colored peo- see I da g at al resemble thoese rejo Sbeen accustomed to se...

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 1880

t QnIfarr grtnicle. SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1880. parist - the a, Subesrliptlo S2 s Year. in advance. secu gJdical Aertisenta t e paid the for is edeunce, or thy l vW ca discnvaeu d apprc qfter We 1rt __rt_ _. bond AGENTS. the a Ms. A. A. Gooowns, of Alexandria. is Oour an authorised agent of the CuxnsocL;and the i will contract for advertisements ad re ceive subseiption. have Messers. McCAL & Bso., of Montgom- their ery, are our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. been Polic Sewing machines and attachmeuta place at T. N. Biosat's, Alexandria. out c River on the rise slowly, and about TI sxtees feet above low water mark. ewe Mr. J. H. Williams, of Montgomery, andr and Mr. Bobt. Aaron, of Pineville, were in olfax this week Orle Bend your watches, clocks and Ord jewelry to T. M. Biossat, jeweler, , Alexandria, La., to be repaired. Mdd *"Gilly" Hadnot was not brought TI to Oolfa by Sheriff Jeter lot week, has as Judge Blackman thought he would whit be more securein the Alexandria jail. woi...

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 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S tmarrarftic iAurnal, brbfteb to fatal anb entral tasi , literature, stience, gritnlture, ft. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1880. IN. 2L r bro . whi e oe withe eotonn - -- :. m. wnm All 1I NOTICE! FOOD FOR THOUGHT. AB Brdon ,hieode ith ooe _ Ev'ery SOtlrat ,T I Grant Parish, I *. O 3a. . The P GOOPR - hereby "9 .]OPPIEO{ - - next to: a double price careffll 0 s w h . .. lr. at liber ý r~* h 175 2 in dvail 75 -- e a tion"---5 IN ) 7 i Gtll ' Ie3 5 f (Nl_ d. d0o ble I , lt 5e 0tt tio ll S12 517 503 4K 15'. L2 011a e, Sts, 8 Decatur Street. for each suebs~thet publicA ý pia tions n gi n tsub jta of ý,so dl anes, made ontt allt n Cot 'f, La. cn ýr teCU ortcL, i wn t lo.E, Hatrel, 13 01 HPRODUCE MERCHANT, New Orleans, La Whole aWhew, 89 Decatur Street. ~tion ~given to the male of (W0 elibdlto esr to advac on all tion. mCme satisfactory arrange- Hight L A.r of LIDROS PLSUC, Cas, C ag sdeto, it will be to the nt y fdormeetr eet, up sto airsd Sa, ...

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 1880

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Persoaal ad Literary. -John Brougham will, on the 9th of May, be seventy years old and he will have completed his fiftieth year upon the stage. -Messrs. Gilbert and Sullivan have returned to London. They promise to be back in New York in the fall with a new opera. -Byron's Bible, some locks of his hair, his writing-desk, and divers gar ments and other personal belongings, have just been sold at auction in Lon don. --John B. Gough, the temperance lecturer, is a bookbinder by trade. He is a man of moods, very sensitive and modest; either very happy, full of fun, or despondent and sad. -Theodore Thomas has resigned his position as Musical Director of the Cin cinnati College of Music, on the ground, as stated by him, that the Directors re fused to agree to certain reforms that he deemed essential to the welfare of the institution. -Mr. Longfellow is said to write easily but very slowly, weighing every word before jotting it down I...

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 1880

*- TOPICS the w ble phy a corrOW SEEI). work . Fhillips, of the University quire iW writes as follows to the groun i 0t Journal : The Pro in this University called soil k in this soils W , two days since, to his At e Swillmake better beef thanf 00 ' m-ket at ten cents. These L milk and two dry, with The t fed on of the ___ e ha've been fed on nothing abhd--one hundred and fifty to h1 M fifteen dollars-since veys iOW;sW 1 No hay. "I ave had hrel 10 -tbut very little," were his in to Ishvebeen in Mississipi fifty " ad the rule has been, cattle i se pen, orn abankof 'un til content. Always a I Sleato cotton-seed butter being I lamdko. Some insist lint is in Th I lSved on a farm in Iinds troit MWSt Ir. miles east of Vicksburg, neml h years, and my milch one o ~wsfed seed daily for si or at on 0a0 tbs. I had a regular sugar "6 ,tin brick. I also bhad a boiler sad n Sdes and ends, such as you me tl d h sheetiron bottom set in mark k sdd . I used bran from sift- doler t , with turnip par...

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. — 3 April 1880

SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 180. Subscription $2 a Year, in advanoe. 'Js.udieial Aderlisercnts must be )wuid for in atdrawer, or thry trill Ib dincv .huard ,,ltrT the firal insertion,. AGENTSld. Mu. A. A.. GCoonwIN, of Alexandria, is oil :3ithori/.ld .Lgcut of tle (C'ii uINlctE., and will contract for advortiesementa and re c('ivo sllbscrijtiolla . M era. McCAIN & RB:O., of Montgom ,ry, are our autlhorizrd agents. LOCAL IDOTS. Next Monday is an "out" day. Colfax beats the world for fleas. River seventeen feet above summer stage and on a stand. The first April shower gave us a whirl Thursday night. Mass meeting to-day to select del egates to State convention. ....- -it4-- Pleasant weather, and gardens in fine order, but no peas yet. ... . -41 4. -- Sewing machines and attachments at T. M. Bionsat's, Alexandria. Mr. W. H. Hodnett is to commence a school before long near Mr. Wm. Irwin's, in Ward Two. Send your watches, clocks and jewelry to T. M. Biossat, jeweler, Alexandria, La., to be r...

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. — 10 April 1880

THIE COLFAX CHRiONICLE. . ntmaotratic )ournal , brbotcb to ~aal anb 6encral bets, 'iteraturr, Stitnrt, .grictlturt, 4tc. L III. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1880. INO. 22. Opp~ CHRONICLE, vli el eryatird , at Ci~'Grant p~1ri~4i L.. g.G.N he .3* and PROPRIETOR._ __ ": 00 ~aleu.125 C PP e, & r ecý.tbr. .......... 1 00 'hLuaiairMI1z an oudv.,Iuee. OF O I)nTECK IS1 G. e ham d doubtiple a'ricý. ca 1i . Im~ ~ gII '3u. 6.. lyr. at /te _ 5 J 1 --I J .L ! u! 5 l UI 900 1 i ~t5 ·j,I !riul i )4235 !fi '" y ll5 04#17 5u' 1 011-15 yd 7 cW(Lu Ullli5t (t atol'1 5k) 17 ;030 :; Tui5"il 00 t it,,i25 '" 1Jd,.rt tseM.(fta !1 p1r ý.'))1Ile (itt M 'e.1m; eacb c.ubseq iaot publica geuieo'iti'M, I'0o aubjict'f~d Sops1)4 a nttaitjua ECtlt Htre L '*f PIODUCE MERCHANT, *lmd. ··.t.New Ouleans, La V WuPum. e0 Decatur Street. *pow@i given to) t'te sale of ti Tal1nw, Wool. Moss, Bees > A 4iUiISM nU* ti ll iIit ountry atl lvucea malde ow all ti p'stsm deA attibfactory arrange- } -*I t» 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. — 10 April 1880

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Pessal msad Lutersr/. -" Jefferson Davis's Memoirs" are promised for early in the fall. -It is said that in the Welsh language an infidel book does not exist. -Bev. Herbert H. Hayden who was lately tried for the murder of Mary Stannard, in New Haven, Conn., is de livering a lecture on "Circumstantial Evidence." -Mr. Matedaira, a Japanese engineer working in New York, in addition to many inventions of merit, reads eleven languages, has finished a mathematical work in three volumes, and is only 80 years of age. -Prof. Fawcett, the blind member of Parliament, who lost his sight at 25, is expert and happy in casting the line for fish, and no one enjoys more than he a brisk canter. He rides with a friend, his horse needing a companion to avoid accidents. -M. John Lemoinne, the distin gnished French journalist, who has just been elected to the Senate of his coun try, is 64 years old but still youthful of aspect. His head is massive,...

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. — 10 April 1880

eaS asmomdn  diamonds are clear and as a drop of pure water. ie "r brilliants of the first ,le- yare called both techni uid nary conversation, there Sammodof every sort and shade is considered ob AI~ a diamond; so also is a so~lr. Next to rose-colored r take rank in the market; o, blue; and next to blue, -. value of a diamond may, to some writers on the subject, it- by a regular formula, ac . M.am the square of the weight BSL be multiplied by a sum anlding to the condition and stone. If the diamond is sad of fine shape this sum 1 down at $10. If, however, be perfect in quality and cut the sum to be taken as of the calculation will be $30 "., diamonds have a larger d s-. than small ones; but, of fact, diamonds of a large n had to be cut up before be disposed of in the market. 117i the Deccan booty, ob- 1 Sthe army of Lord Hastings, 1 magUIficent diamond weigh- ! and of the purest 1 t section only $15,000. . at day the finest diamonds 1 ht mnruese, Spanish, French flmiies in 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. — 10 April 1880

SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1880. Subsoription 2 a Year. In advance. N tJiididial Adeertisemeaa msust be paid c for is adaee, or they trill 2e direunt, lred qfter t*e $rwt lawerties. AGENTS. of Ms. A. A. Goonwix, of Alexandria. is an authorired agent of the CnuxalNJC, and will contract for advertisements Vd re ceive subscriptions. t Mesers. McCAIn & Bro., of Moutgom ery. are our authorized agents. 2 LOCAL DOTS. ii The mayorship goes begging. Sewing machines and attaehment ou at T. M. Biuasat'e, Alexandria. Major McCain hab thanks for copies p of city papers through the mail. Those aiibiog watqbeu, clocks and 1 jewelry, sead to T. M. Bioset, Alex andria. Mr. Solomon Kraft has qualified as Justio of the Peace for ward 1. 1 and entered upon the discharge of C his duties. See his card elsewrbere. The Marie Louise was raised last i Monday, notwithstanding the fact c that she had a bole about the size of a dump Dart and mule knocked through her hall. Cotton 4lotaowios iosedi in New Orleaps j...

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. — 17 April 1880

THE COLFAX CHRO NICLE. . ftmorati lmurnal, bctbtb to otal a f $tnrl ~i gts, iteraturt, riernlrt, ett. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1880. INO. 2. to.SnrL.ray, .It " , eparish. La.. t S? RIETOR. net %S 9CRIPTIO 0 ga s 7 C15 10 00 JSo 17 N'G". F U $1 per cquare for i bedouble price. car  n 3. 6w. r. at -tl in to the le of W5 l. Mou, 7e- 50 and all ot.er 'ountry aI 0 16 on 00all aS 0t aper saue for sbe. 5it pubie to tha o. n sasbject of bat no attention f. . HatreI 1 UC MRCHANTos, ..Ne Orlerans, L. Wb *D]safr Street. given to the sale of Ibtlrw, Wool. Moss, Moes  od all other Country uvances made on alCon tin usis matiufa"tnry arrange - s[ Hass! PLauCKE it will be to the Sifir e5utomers to ad "ssig to Sdvnces on S RE. TEL. SICIeOs, Merchant gasd U pb Factor,Ana reet full tri, up stairs p , LA.ne te kettle, give to thkie sae of Rice, Peas, Mone , a new edition ell oth Celebrated Es-Oon . |JPhysical Incapacity, e alae oe.; a Con an its m inded by r extravane, etc. tes...

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. — 17 April 1880

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - LOUISIANA. COLD BANDB. Cold bands, cold heart, and it the heart be cold, Cold heart, cold love, the ending is soon told, Cold love will chancre and shortly pass away, Cold hands, cold heart, the life and all things chill, Cold heart, cold love, the love an Icclel, What hope can be that such alove will stays Cold hands, warm heart they say, we hope the best, Wann heart, warm love, give those and keep the rest, Warm heart, warm love, will never pass away, ),id bands, cold heart, darling, if thine be such, Cold heart, cold love, will slay love with s touch; And love, once slain, no second life remains. Cold bands, cold heart, and is it so with thee? Cold heart,cold love, then, darling, pity me, And let me go while yet some life remains. OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL. Preatle Multord's Impreeions--The C1apl tel ulsalldln -tatees Wlthout laserp tloas-s-e yreasury Department-Maeu - facttarlag Money. Irrom the San Francisco Chronicle.] At last in Washington. It is grandly p...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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