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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 22 May 1880

and 1 York 4detetUv will froni apOs that Euro- entae to ours In roon Our bank burgy- can p English rivals. The ether branch of athlh things done on ate c water have given look m people's minds of th criminals have more for a ne of their queer- with tricks was the clock- at tI burglary. That was the and, I believe, in Troj were the victims. A this o ajeweler's store, buy prat Se, pay for them, and just 'e would return the nue, si.7nag that he was afraid stor i the keeping of his serv- secu ask permission to leave him Sin their box in the jew- ston To being accorded, he und a third time, make more only them also in the box and Hos article. In doing so he the oution a concealed clock- trat, bra, which, at a given hour Q. lo twoul Md strike a hammer taki [d a mass of dynamite in the s)* xpblosion rend the safe. inal aisr a would have their i le to be on hand when dan i That was ingenious in thoi rtsri a infinitely less skill or afecting than hundreds foui Jrn t5eals have employed, and ...

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. — 22 May 1880

cPe Colfax ,4ronicit. SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1880. Subscription 2 a Year. In advance. PJlsdiidal Advertixeamesta ms*t he pid for is advanec, or they rill be dieonansed after the first insertion. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. Goouwz., of Alexandria, is an authorized ageut of the Cri f.s'Ic5C, and will contract for advertinements and re ceive unbscriptious. Messrs. MCcC'AZ & Beo., of Montgom ery, are our authorized agents.. LOCAL, DOTS. Oh, the guast I Ob, the leap River falling slowly, and about eight feet above low water mark. if you want to secure a bargain in a new Wilson oscillating shuttle Sew ing Machine, call at this office. Mr. C. H. Mumford has gone to New Orleans on a month's visit to his family, who reside in the city. Don't forget that T. M. BiossatI has a No. 1 watch maker. It will pay you to send your work to him. The partridges are paired off now, and from the incessant whistling of "Bob White" kept all the time by them the number of families being raised will makp bird shooting a ...

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. — 29 May 1880

TEE COLFAX C RONICLE . emocra&i arman, btbntb ito nyba s al gl ýtosa, ý tºtdrt , £eintlx findir, EtC. III. COLFAX, GRANT PARISi, LA., SATUIb1AY, MAY ýJ, 18O - O,, -; -~~ LFA OHBONIIOLE, j - Svery aturday, at Grant Parish, La..! -aT #. GOODWYH. md POPRIETOR. p t round oI n leat Oe. P . at S panalleUIox c C enbths.............. 1 25 S ..... ..... 10 00 Le ria+ly iu adi·ance. I&S OF ADERiTISING. elharged doable price. u 1r wa. ;im. 6m. I pr. h 1 00 0 5 9 900 " S3 76 515 9 815 75i 5 60 7 6l2 50 - : 6 715 ( 25 4 1 7 o10 u0110 00 Y 12 517 :130 0.504 S 50 o 0 00 00 '` 1ii~ t$1 per gquare fur * .sg g eqee publics pspa' m d tie u ponn s bjr ct t o f agssted, but no attention o amosymous wtrites. (a;r JtmL, Colfax, La. .E. Hatrel, I PUSUCE MERCHANT, Ste.st....New Orleans, L-I USlus O Decatur Street. M'asasea given to the sale of STaWlow, Wool, Moss, Bees ihaeh sad all other t'onutry a Banal advaneee mede on all a sade satilfactry arrange sme of hRnsu PLz.cRE l t~sir, it will be to...

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 May 1880

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. JE S rlTI AMERICAI ea r" When it shall bhehrd the proudest ox elsmatioa of mae. I [nm s American eitisen.' " -Dreab Weter.) So tird he couldn't atsd, Heo'd thrm vraim hs he".ide A qui. beck in a bhand. o uiged tl e bckman from Tbe iowd. 6sid be. " My man. Just drive me to the best hotl. The Jelb dese Mm to the Grand S rice which was-well by The nes oeld thei isered. Lad to thre--lrk bepo. " I tbe he btS room in the hou.e M m Ametrcia." T owed him up to twenty-blank. Two eamdl on the mantelpiece. atihdet " te o. and the D are bees.let em t *U mran a he Pmare Pane Lad makeit howl" did ndeed, "ra so sm o ? inquibore. Aounhd ist datfiwn a fm i SBmild from behind swed f e SIctively "o. no." mid be, w ai Asati a esa-m e ute aoeidetd b oehr o et Hs cehsed to dro one day; TAi. wltea' jac  airly dru:, I wentb e ma.o' bean. r he mt. whater he did. S amlwas erat the same e ouldn't it ·joeared. foget T ye e whine. he amme; He wu a commo-'n-plce, hulking fe...

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 May 1880

'pon'soiled - Them well. i toe-nails: Cut v th center and Sai ; never cut the an . Mc ers in water: Mix any arbonateof a ins with baI rer e them for two ha -. ' .. ter homm with the voice, cit ta whip. In start oae saide; in stopping, , ou a ill, do the same. un - - romoved from steel an them on a piece of dib soork dipp l in a Stb powder and sweet pil , t been removed, of - mll they are t'x) hot to th= andrub them with wl this twice and polish we -g anel. This method sai - ler iron or stoel from o Tr Invalida.-Take one Cr, ea beef, onp} ounce st pepper and salt, and il t cold water; di- a allpec put thiso t na t tightly: then l a ese1 with hot water, b .I e te oven for four the jar at the end il can, of course, very tsaength of'the soup. ol fLeqaot cause of the fail- m trees is the borer. in S which lays its eggs ifi t a apple trees near the e S gg produces a black- to u, , which bores under in "pm around the tree, often --lIg it. The remedy a of the trees near the (e * h lime-...

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 May 1880

SATURDAY, MAY 29. 1880. '--------- -- o oubee tiegri *t dvertisements ud re-es P'ry are AJ x & Bso., of M o rtgom- e +ai edaorized its.a*d da Mr TShe s Hickman qualified i a e th e san.ge in the card of the Jlzger frap of G. W. BolRon & Co. will conftrct knt of n the CRoNc, and centa s ndsb rae velrtis ts and re-therein. on'Messrs. ios. T. Bio t . ar o. 1 Cw & B . ofr. Iotgm-will a r yo to rizd onto him. S- -He S.,OOAb DOTS. jns (r, Tbcias Hickman qualified t is appas takelr last lionday. pal o s the chang iseen the menrd of thei k r $rm of G. W.BOltOnd& Co. 1 Mi ot allions of bland returies, ad the .eith and evy el therein.ttle sh. Don't forget that T. K Bieosat p81 beea No. 1 watph maker. It will !ay you to send your work to him. Fishing Is all th go now, and it s to no unusual thing for seven men to be out all day and return at nigbt dr with a many as three little Ash. tht Tbhe town of Colfax is fenced in at tb let, making a sort of pasture in th which horses, pa...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 June 1880

THE C OLF AX CRONICLE. E CmtraA t ic or nal, befot eh to atal anb itnral 1 E wns, iearat ur, S h e, ggricul tur, @tc. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1880. tNO. 30. .. .a..A .. .[Cuntributed.l j tal 31w teo ..teies. . - --lL. -,.. AYl" CHONICE, PR( Every Saturday, at m Grant Parish, La., -, " ,..._A . gOODW  R sN W, ill pr sd PROpRIETOB. and _ pider, Ofl b round on fle a Gem.P. well, u I I ani ý R0,-& 0 Ks p, All him receive pt Odee OF S'UBSCRIPTIOx. - Smoaths - ...... .... '5 r ..:.....0..... t 0) , ri bly in vau Atto jA OP ADlER TISING. l oha double price. Will Tb . 10, 2wº 3m. 6m. I lyr. Grant, b - 0"- 0-0 1 9 0 also, be" 1 2 00 3 10 5 Mx 9 00 United k 25 3; 7. 5 25 9 )015 75 3 0 5 ( 7 50ll t11 !23 50 r1 to 7 1 16 -,03JO 00 8 It 50 17 5UJ) 00 JAdvrtieasenta $1 per seuare fOr i eah .ebseyuent publica per square * u.aticaltins e p, n subj et's of AG alicited, but no attention To in t wmyunm°s writers. United i Sro)NI*RLE, Colfax, l.a. E Hatre', i ,Pr ODUCE M...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 June 1880

TIlE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. THE WHITE FLO WEBR 8TOU TY. A sweet pure flower, white as the snow witbeut, I gr -w and blssomed in the racnted air. And dreamed full many a dream of lifeand love. I heaut young lovers whispering all about. And thought that soon I.too, should have my share. The sunshine wooed me gazing from above. Twru then I opened out my perfect fower. Until the whokl plaoeowned its wondrous power. With soft ad eyes, I watehed as lady some. And as she drew me toward her hearing breast I deemed my time drewn toss the world, That world do which I h the vreeelesa ham Go u fIs'e , with euu a yio ars unrest; . And wider yet my pure white teve unIurled. My laidy wears me at the ball toight; l oge shall see a sea of rare delight!" With shaking hand my lady ant the stem, And presad me to her ha. and in her sya I aw the large tears slowl gathering there; Yet did not fall. She did not noce them. And looked through mist beyond the pale blue skie As if she saw a mysti...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 June 1880

i ightn t ]House- to *g3 for Sschool of Pitts- ris h dren aie taught to ha prbreakfast. Little toy she shes are used. " What ter t'e tble next' arks the rat - pkin~" reply the pupils. wl ,aias for?" "'lo wipe an alngers, and keep our fin having learned this col are taught to place to place the plates, alwa'e be warmned, ' then water pitcher, sugar SbowL "What is a tray no " To pour the dregs of the ry " Then the coffee pot and bo are arranged, and the pu- it 4 repeat the lesson togeth- loi Seach article as they name th are little breakfast tables. br geepot; it should be scald- sti 0 eoleeis put in. Thisis the su it should be filled when it S bs table. These are the at is the fork; we eat with th bse are the breakfast plates; la slways be warm." and so gr wbole. Then comes a song t apdren sing together: wl ca Lr<, loter had to work, until my Iii s, I could, but always did ~ ,de the matter worse and her w; met otong. he I eat to school, th j vat bschool, Slernexsetly right, re ' ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 June 1880

__ lfaI et onirlt. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1880. Sle Subeoriptlon 02 a Year. in advance. (, -__---__ _ _ womi t Jsdidcal Adeertisefeat, meit be paid pa for is ddossce, or they rill be dia.ntnlned Is after thie )rt inserties. i wi AGENTS. Ms. A. A. OoonwlN, of Alexandria, i It an anthorized agent of the CHuRoNICLE and tit will'contract for advertisements and re- al eeive subscriptions. t Messrs. MCCAIs & BRn., of Montgom- .1, *,ry, are our authorised agents. I . . . . - LOCAL DOTS. Uncle Jim Pinkney brought in the u' frst new corn of the season on the a 27th of May. Pt Mrs. A. C. Deal has just returned from the city 'with a large stock of seasonable goods. Call by and take n a look at the display. tl It is charged that Senator Brian as sold out to the Lottery ring. Before n, cosimenti.g we should like to bear w frdl'rr. ian upon the ,ubject. i, the river continues to fall rapidly w with but few feet to spare. We as i told the Jesse K. Bell will not make al another trip on the present l...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 12 June 1880

THE COLFAX" CHRONICLE. -1 femocratit journal, bebtaeb to oeal anl &neral Stiýs, it raeurt, $entt, gr1ictutrt, etc. w III. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1880. INO. 31. -:.i: . .= = .. ,=. =,,= .  t . .= .--==.. .,. i _ ..  fI'FAX CHRONICLE, S. dishhed Every Satunrday. a , Grant Parish, Ia., y----IA ý. G0ODW "YN, p,= and PrOPRIETO.R and M todo-a F -al 3 011O5 .. , ,G ,,,ualt3 5d0, ufll NW T- recA . GO8UBSCRIPTION. . 7 0...7 ....' ...... 3 00 8i mouth.s - . . ... 1 25 oe yer .... ............i A Eg nvisatinbly in uadvancv. j j=Z DF ADrVERTISING. iton charged double price. p I 1 2a0 300s. Ct 3 1 . "- - %3 375 5V) 9A11.75 37. 6 875 15042,1525 a.l7 1 _ 5'30 04 15 25 030 ;N 0 ,utl a0N) ,--- dvetisement' $ per uqaare Cur aeh; ach subsequenLt publica 00spetrslquare . { ammuniealtin upon sadbjct of l slU molicited, bult lo attention To Si to anonymout w ri ters. lio .:' CKuWonXCL, C'olf.t, La. S E Hatrel, I e n . P DUC MERCHANT, - sto. .New Orleana. La Watto w 89 ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 12 June 1880

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. FOREVER NEW. Once more the sweet unrivalled spring Makes green the grass about our doors; ln living light the phrrbe soars, And, thrilled with life, forbears to sing. Yet those broken notes belong Sweet ecstasles, too deep fo,r words, For we must leave to eager birds That which we fall to put in song. Though no new tidings she may bear The same with each succeeding May Yet must.we listen and obey And and immortal passion there! Though hills are green, and country ways, And were since Life and Time began, There comes anew to every man The hope and power of April days. So might these eager lines contain A breath of spring that stirs me through; The springtime is forever new, The April sunlight and the rain. --Dora led Ooodale. L Chru*laa Uale. OLD TIME HEROISI It was a sultry morning In the month of August, 1782. Freshly the green woods waved around the little settle ment of Bryant Station, pitched in the far Western wilderness, near the shin ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 12 June 1880

.; n~ an the oven while The n breadf , cakes, etc., tractile , to draw oJoUt of Linen.--Dip the center. mlelted tallow, then muscle, Iow and the ink will dilation it This is said to be un- contract system, s3t from a Stovepipe. for mor Epsed oil (a little goes a, engine i a slow tire till it is dilate a ) e spring to prevent it providei gj." _Immerse or wash for a co Sin sour milk or whey. I removei it without scouring. ta'in SPored with a woolen' spply I shes.. . the mot l best to disturb a ' The s• ss Le .. . t , cells in are hatching. Let arterial b .hbL bealone until all are om th S shells may be taken from once c e i de6ot remove the hen and when tl S hoeurs, or for a night. througl  e~L pound dissolved in kidney d water, makes a sizing cumale walls that are to be . nerve-f ja scraping off all the cles; or _ Atbe iszingwith a white- parent a~ d when dry paste on the contras the hei orb gb vsessels and utensils force a Ik d from long retained cause, S nd in the easiest and...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 12 June 1880

4t olIfar ktronict. SATURDIAY, JUNE 12, 18S0 Subsarlption $2 a Year, in advanoe. triJgdidal Adrerti ements muat be paid for in adrance, or they wrill be di'uIa'nued aftler the Ilrst insertion. AGENTS. Mts. A. A. G;ooluwl, .f Alexandlri, iy an a'tlhoria.d ng. nt of tihe CaK,,'Yei.A, and will contreact for alverti.ements and re ceive subscriptions. Mearsa. McCAIN & 0BHo., of Montgom e.ry. are our authorized agents. L]OCAI D)OTS. Don't forget that T. M. Biossat has a No. 1 watch maker. It will pay you to send your work to him.. Tax Assesseor Hickman now has his lists prepared and will begin imme diately to assess the taxable property of the parish. Major McOain still suffers a great deal with his fractured leg, but it has not been considered necessary to am putate it. We hope for his recovery at an early day. Satisfaction guaranteed at T. M. Biossat's jewelry store, in the line of repairing fine watcbes, clocks and jewelry, or your money will be re funded. Try him. And now there a...

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 June 1880

Y tu iTBE C01 FAX C11RON1 L!AE enmnaua alW a to aor al ý m trd vadSt, w itrtfrt, Sittrt , $g tuin rt, Etc. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1880. INO. 32. AWDVANTED--AA mu SUIOIM . Te DUCCswIsi. 4sWIgIgj(,Ig IONIaE, PR ggTS atarday, t O)sl t Parish, La.. AttIr. Attor-r VERTI Ir'- N . Will ._ l pIEo'__. a nd Dit well, at Mt. Orleans dll be tt - w 7reeeive UaLBCRIPTION - , .. 0 Aft 00 or ADVjZRTI8IOW Sdouble prio. tWiltl yr, 3. &u-. Ll. Grant, 50(19 so, bUited S g 5 W•o 7 17 O 00 f - 00 t $1 per square oCur I11b 1 bmquent publieUa - upon subject of AC siiot, kbut no attention To in writers. United p a La. T The Efl atrel, T amgiE MERBAUT, 6, 42 IS w ....Nw Orlans., L4 mb of Dseaur Stmeet. BIG -.s- Riven to the sale of We Ffw, Woo.l, Mois, a51 all other t'ounuty eret an advanes made on all adtl Res pdtifactory arrange- S gos of 1isaYr PAoc'ea Sue UDUCROS, Si sugar Factor, wo ,Street, up Stair., iven to the ae of N Rie, Peas, mom, and all other touutry --ne on CoATIgn...

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 June 1880

THIIE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. TH.J T GRUMIIII..V7 OLD VWOM( A.N I here was an old woman, and--what do you think? She lived upon nothing but victuals and drink! But though victuals and drink were the chief of her diet, Yet this grumbling old woman never was quliet. -oer Goo. She had a nice cottagre, a hen-house and barn, And a sheep whose flne wool furnished blsak ets and yarnm A cow that supllied her with butter and ohecse, A large lock of geese, and a hive full of bees. Yet she grumbled and grumbled from morn Ing till night, For this foolish old woman thought nothing went right: E'en the day' of the week were all wrong, for on Sunday She always declared that she wished it was Mcnday. If oloudless and fair was the lonasummer day, And the sun smiled down on the new-mown hay. "There's a drought," she said, " as sure as you're born! If It don't rain soon, it will ruin the corn!" But when descended the gentle rain, lloesaing the bountiful tields of grain, And bringing new li...

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 June 1880

etd edfn decides the and beans contain and one-half per a seventy-ive 6 eighty per cent., .thre per cent. a be cleansed by wash and water (use a teaspoonful to two l ads in a solution ofy part acid to twenty isate. Sponges are not ,Mbot care They should r1sed, then aired and using, and unless they i i sncrupulously neat they dissolved in water. or lye aas. s the best wash for lrge limbs of fruit trees. d Id not be used, as it t " of the bark, which e en in order to insure 1 ashb or lye answers white whitewash would, s objections. I screens either for win- 1 Is frames may be made h with any plain-colored s to be painted with mixed with Chinese white I liid gum. Painting on' l besaLqe it can be done prpoeas no talent for Wh can color well. The need underneath the muslin Atjeok Asparagun s to be Served the stalks of equal1 ssniig the woody portions the white part which re "ewinto cold water. Then with a soft string and put Swater slightly salted. Bodil ,.4mtwenty to forty min to age. J...

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 June 1880

cot OIfar1 Qkaronle. SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1880 el Subeoriptlon $2 a Year, In advanoe. i grJedkida Adeerlemente must be Paid t for io adeaaco, or they wll be dieeasuted 4f er the Anrt iuerties. AGENTS. Ms. A. A. Goonwir, of Alexandria, ir to an authorised agent of the CuanoIC I and s will contrast for advertisements and re- is ceive subsoriptions. " Messrs. MCCAfL & Bso., of Montgom- a ery, are our authorized agents. LOOAL DOTS-. I C Pay for your paper. The river continues to rise, and k has come up about six feet in all. The Rev. Mr. Watley will preach at " Colfax on Monday night after the first Sunday in June. h Nearly every one who has planted u cotton hereabouts can show grown f and half grown cotton bolls. Ii We ean furnish the Arthur for say- tI ing that the Republicans will Grant b us fishing sport in their Garfield. There is the customary talk about cotton worms, bat let us hope it is only talk. As yet we have seen no E one who has scas them. t We are glad to state that Maj...

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 June 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. ~rmerriatit ournal, beboteb to Tteal anb 6etneral res, xiterature, $eiete. $grimiwt r, ftr. _.___--- - ------- - _ .-- -. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1880. INO. 33 rm,"", V" Ci.a.l...a li omnvent*n. latk him while in iOqa Don't take A Plea for tV e rlm ll.e .. ,4 x CHRONIBCLE, I r iEvery taturday, at G G t Parish, L. W . --BY rAT Ca0 c00 OD T' T N s d PROPRIETOW. y be rout o, file at (n- P• nwei d Cu ia Pe4%pat Ad- Will at whnn 0 die Le __ts ro_ of the lI SCBSCRItI'IO. .20 00 ineribl i( advaICC. P F0 ADVERTISING. scharged double pric,'. * 3m. 6. r. 2u0 300 5100 IU 1 1", 3 :75 5 25 ' ,A15 75 3 5 0 7 ¬A12 1" 03 50 37 625 d 75 15 t$02i 25 jg 54117 501:W 5 00 o50 I llP 4 Wil £>- - Do onS ui oand I . vrtsiaremeta $1 per square or pideb - each subsequent publica- well, osquaare. rle. guetsaIeti'hs up'n sibj. ct' of receil aUlicitedl, but iin atteiition Oo teaonyumous writers. CInXlct.x, Coltax, La. EL Hatrel, I PRIODUCE MERCHANT, tr flet ...

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 June 1880

TIlE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - tAOUISIANA. ( .4'TLRN I. TIIF AIR. I am fair with the flush of girlhood, My heart is a light as air. My future is brilli ant with promise Of days which will hold no care. 1 am clothed in silks andsatins, The belle of the ball-room I, While envious eyes are watching As haughtily I pass by. I am traveling in far-off countries, Idling 'ne ith Italy's skies, Enc stated with scenes that delight me Wher.'er I may turn my eyes. I hbose suitors-yet, by the dozen Kneeling so low at my feet, While pride in my heart runs riot, And the sense of triumph is sweet. I am lumean in a lordly castle, With servants at my comanaud, And ease and comfort and pleasure ('lose withiln rch of my hand. Lo' the fire has bh:rned to embers, The room is chilly and dark, There's a well-know,a step at the doorway, For John i coming; and. hark! The c., of my own dlear baby, Lying awake in her nest. And we waicoune papa together, I and th-' child on my breast: For thouvt my cutles have f...

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