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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 2 April 1881

FARM AND FIIESIL -Powdered chalk added to sloe Ia small quantities makes it hold the stronger. -Tansy tea, poured over cabbage plants after they begin to head, is said to have been found during two seasons a sure defense against the green worm. -Waterproof Glue. --Ordiary glue can be e rared Insoluble in water by adding to the water, with which it is mixed when required for use, a small quantity of blehromate of potash, sad exposing to the light the articles to which it is applied. -Red Top.-This is a favorite grass on wet, swampy meadows. Its thick, interlacing roots consolidate the sward in such a manner as to prevent the feet of animals from sinking through. As a pasture grass it is only valuable when mixed with other varieties. -Bury dead animals in a heap of swamp muck or sods, covering well so that no odor can escape. After remain ing in this condition through the sum mer, or half a year, the muck will have absorbed, or taken off, all the flesh from the bones, and will have b...

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. — 2 April 1881

E e ý 0iQtfaf a grlt l . t. . - I II ,A I UIt)AY. APtHII 2. It1xl the J Bubserlplion 2 aesar. In adnoerthe r-=------- -- - 14 Judicial Adrer 'inme4n*s mNa*t Ae paid du , Jo" in ad.aer, or they will be diseptiMwlld cp. ater the fist iNe oa to at -- _ s- AGET8. Ms. A. A. GCoopwi. of Alexamdri,. In an nathor cddge toftl. e fiR ,1xi:Lm and d will cotrart fr averthleesUt and re cirve sniasertplhioa. Maters. )oCCal)x & Bae.. of $oitgom. and ery. are .or *lThrIsi d agents. at C LOCAL I)()T' . and Raver ct tin-W to, to ll. T Police ..rry me-ts Monday. Blow ve winds; yre', blow, blow. It Seeds (Git Fds* a Topl I reventa MalariS L Nice gold jewelry and silverware at FERiooaGU & SeHAC1's. Drw Rev. Mr. Whatley aill preach in the court honei Sndsia night You will laud our Washitugto letter injtrehi,g this week. Real it. B: That Oilt. .ge 'rTouit ces r V r aaid Ague. ' The corn in many lthle is up and wet doing well, ant tLhe planting of cot- to ton is being pllhed abaed rapidly. Co No...

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 April 1881

THE UGLEPA X ý rturctrak ýcurna1, Dbatbob to otuaI aub ita kts ieiht tnu,,ýu - IIt GA PA S LASTR YA I COLFAXr GRAN PAIH A, AUDY ARL. 'ITHE COLFAX CHRONIOLE, Pnlitli~ted Every Saturday, at (olflax, (rant Pdtriasl, La.. -BY - E. G-. GOOD WYfN, ETITO3 asM PJRPRIETO._ e.ºtrxut V wLrfio r *.tureftt j 114+1i )U 1 EL.Us oF SCOF BUIk 'TIOV. ()tIe c.,py. ouu year. .. ............ $t 00 (toe 'p. . ir moNI .tlIA............... 1 25 :iix colu.'o, e ear '.... ........... 1 Uii icayaule iuvariably ii. advanoe. I.I TES OF .ID VEITISING. First itse, liin clhargd d ,nIbl priCe. M.1C:.. I t. It lI. I Gu 3m. ti6 . ; yr. 1"iel _. i s: µ 0 1 s 1 i tiJ 5+ o 9 00 2 i+ -t s.1 It l 1* :1 7:!5 ' "9 , 415 75 :3 tiehe. .1 i5 :3 (n 5 t' 7 o,4,Ij. tt.!23 54 4 r,. I tx i O 1 3 7. G T 7 1., 'L. Y5,5 S i+cýihe. 2 4' 4 : i 7 4Ul11'u o&140 s.iiJ oU ¢ c.lssu uý4 :A11 1$ ('2 5.' 17 5tkv3 '. to2 00 1 r i..u, n t 5 .'ti , tt 4 . 11'. I o4M$- 00 ()iici:dl i ltveat"twucnt . pt -.tr :q iare ,for fltat r++-est.,,ll ;...

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 April 1881

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - o LOUISIANA. ATS ¶U.V;ET. When life ' low sun is slaking slow and sa4, How rold and sharp the lengthened shadows fall! They lie projectel on the straighten-d path, Whose narrowpoint-a grave-:nust end it all. 9o slight a tking--4 wavering look, a doubt, Some small and slender fear-Impedes the Jlimht : And yet it is enough to darken heaven, And fill the soul with terror and with night. There Is no time foar outh's divlnest rage, hIours of recall, that knit the chain anew: The flower may be reset, and Live: the tree Uprooted once, must perish where it ggew. O Lifel so grudging in your gifts, redeem By one great boon the losses of the past. Gave me a full. Imperishable faith. And let the light be with me to the last. --Mary L. Rliter, in Scribner s Monthly. " IL 81OCUvL" Cynthia! Cynthia! won't you tell us a story P" shouted a chorus of voices as the children pranced into the kitchen one rainy afternoon, where Cynthia Williams, my grandmother's housekeep er, s...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 9 April 1881

FART AND FIRESIDEL -If, when bread is taken from the oven, the loaves are turned topside down in the hot tins, and are allowed to stand a few minutes the crust will be tender and will cut easily. -Cream Corn Cake.-Three cupfuls of corn meal, one cupful of flour, two cupfuls of sour milk, half a cupful of cream, one egg, one teaspoonful of salt, saleratus enough for the sour milk. Beat thoroughly, and bake in shallow pans. -('ut all grape-vines received from the nursery this spring so that but one cane remains and upon this permit but one bhd to grow. Pinch out every ax. illary bud (or lateral) as it unfolds. By this plan a single strong cane will be produced, that will probably fruit the second season. -Many farmers do not know that they have a mine of wealth-a small one--in the very door yard. Chip dirt is the very best material to mix with the soil in setting out young trees. It is full of the elements of plant food and retains moisture. If you are setting out a new orchard plow u...

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 April 1881

c £olfar u le. The t.a. .i f....... I its am SA'LUIlAY, APRIL 9, 181. fairly Subscription $2 a Year, in advance, $2 56) l - _r-- ---- --- _..- -i ý")uir i t'TJuddicial Adreislaements msut be aidl for is adeance, or tAey will be diucontinewd sfer the first ins.ertio A(iENTS. MiR. A. A. Goonwl, of Ale.xanria, is O~ an.,tht riz'd :,im t ~ t~ the ('I I. 'NNI I.!, i:td r1 I will Coltrlau't f.r alvertilutlleUts and er- Be i ei.ive U-. 1 eriilptio s. h," til Messrs. Mc('tiN & BUo.. of Montg')iln- " Irira elry. ar our aulllhoized ageitl. il -.. - - ---...----- - . .-- J . i', Reed' Gil. lde 'I'" nic ,r veuits Malaria i on l Thanks to the oth liers of the Bell Ihad te for late New Orleans pU ra. fllt tO Gilt Edge Tonie eres FevIj arnd Agaue. ed to R -iver contilnues flling rapidly and i aplroaches low water stage. rp~d Low Middling cotton rules in New O.On Orleans at 9c; Good Ordinary 8e. " Be Solid silver patent lever watches struel for $12 50 and upward at fntd, FhaorsoN & SCmI...

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 April 1881

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. ! - A enmaorratir ournal, bboaftb to eotal anb 6tneral Abors, Titerdsrt, Si urt, $grintdirt, t VOL IV COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1881. NO. 23. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at - Colfax, Grant Pkarish, La.. -Y-- EE- G. GOODWT"YN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. Sll PRR "r rond on peat OG P. TH18 PAPrr ntell t Ou. Newspaper A d verturas Lure(10 stoa Iot where dialg oo:a:rr :auvtba lh t 1 Ii CEW YO K. 7ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. onue copy, one year. .................2 00 4)hlv copy, six moutha ............... 125 :Si1 col,'es, one year ............1.... 00 I'ayable iuvariably in advance. RATES OF ADVERTLINGO. First inwrtiou charged double price. saPAc. It. 1w. 2w. 3w. 6w. lyr. 3 inch.. 5151 00" 3 O 5 2 U( 009J ( 2 i,,ches.l 2 - 3 75 5t  9 15 75 S itchesu 50 3 (x 5 0 7 50 12 4O*23 50 4 iucuesr. 0 37 6 25 rr 7515 outf 525 5 inches. 2 4 7 W 10 (2u16 50730. 00 Scolumun4 54A UI It 56017 5°1 50U52 (t00 1 collumn 8 4 115 o04 25 4N 34 5IC (M0 5 0 ...

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 April 1881

THE CHRONICLE. t COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. .VORVYING GLORIE . There are passion flowers for plucking, with the' nails and thorny cross. There are pansies g,oldenheartod, there are asphodeis and gorse, A d the roses drop and beckon, sweet as sun shine after rain, But the early morniang glories, can they bloom C for us again? We havy sought for wealth and honor, we nae piled our trophies high, Dust and ashes, gemns and laurels, but we pass unheeding by. All along the weary highway and upon the wind-swept shore, c We are soeeking morning glories; will they bloom for us no more? O, above the gracious hill-tops and beyond the noon a's red glare Where the River smiles its welcome in the quiet evening air. In the brows eo' oved and sainted, in the music of their strain, O ye purple morning glories; ye shall bloom for us again. f --( t B. Trowbrk , in the Christian Union. THE TROUBLE CAUSED BY AN OLD RAG IAN.. There is an old adage to the effect that a woman is at the bottom of every trouble 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. — 16 April 1881

THa GREAT UASI REMEDY EU URALOU, LOISASS, BACKACHE, SORENESS CHEST, RE THROAT, ~ QUINSY, S~wELNeGS S FROSTED FEET EARS, amora m, TOOTH, EAR HEADACHE, ra KLInEnIRIN 'U N. rrpserntioa w eaY meal S,.Joosrn OL a SAP, moat atunt., wads cafa*,Nei1t a, mdy. f triwi samil but the ...mainmvly tetflg tegsajy K *sa amaw mferta with pais eaa h . shampe as dals. rlsm <I auZrY SAUSgA MU p ALL T$AM s IMNU w. YRLH 00. m3rh .ý,J4aur.. PTLS ALMA TORPID LIVER. Li t a disina aoeth.ion to 0 ac ý per Low S, *. wi ' *teolig Iriaiof nf ay.o mm*5 e,1mg8iDi tors eyes, ýYllow Skis, modaohs with dafl dream ., hl olo alord Ueiag i TWS PILLS s S oLD VV3UYoWRI O - Grm WOMAN'S TRBIuxPH II·- I I I LYDIA I PINKHAU'S 8 a Sue am. s azptI sinemhmg »...... ma t hI ind0 eswmt rnei nae bsh st. w .ap rota bIb. r 3wim. ll h1Qsll beMSrr(,rrm~IuQ Mw~CamaU~aaa iniwaI1~kasu bWin a w~seeaae ,.sprsu., t leg, MLb edbeu. ~I. J 'w NORu LaZEr DY DRUGIU t3.) Io a ti AIsmey J.hl~r A. C P4 A. W ~1LILl~~·q~r roneb ~on 3.l·· J(~rlasss~...

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 April 1881

14tr 01 fr a isrr rtra, this nh dria i SATURIDAY, APRIL 181. Tb __ -- leans Subscriptlen S a Ye r, in advanet. i been ti'Jtedicial Adertisments meat be paid r dita Jo in adlasce, eor they wsU be dxaohMtn tise ti e rthe r orter the jirst innertion. emph AGENTS. ing r Ma. A A. Goonwil, of Aletxandria, is i eruti anll autholrized agent of the CuIlNICLE, and handi will contract for advertisements and re lual 'teive xulhacripliouns- is* Mlears. McCAIa & Baoe., of Moutgoin- ditu. ery. are our authorized agent. i Th LOCAL DOTS. dowh .-- old ii Fly time is here. Gran Let's all go a"fishig. a White frost Thursday morning. draw •win l At last the wind gives us a rest the ( plete Balmy Spring and buffalo gnats. erelc Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic prevents Malaria. The pine woods have:been on fire in several places this week. Ti _theb River continues falling and rapidly ing, approaches low water stage. ps4 Low Middling oottot rules in New beg Orleans at 9e;, Good Ordinary 8o wra We learn that ther...

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 April 1881

THE COLFAX CHRO ICLE. & morratic tjurnal, btbottb to Toral anb Stntral S~es, riteratm. , ti*ce, urlt, Etc. VOL. IV.J COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL S3, 188L INO. 24. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at C'olfax, Grant Parish, La.. ---- H-. C. G)OO T3T7W N, EDITO sad PIOPBIETOX. Thrn tPAPEr *°- on, fieat am P. -lg r nIrtvafuJ iw& Nt  A6. TERI~ OF bSUBCZIPTIO.V .One copy, one year ................. 00 'One copy, six months .............. 1 25 .ix copies, one year ................10 00 'ayable invariably in advance. SiT&B OF ADVEBTISBIG. First insertion charged double price. SPacx. It. Im. 2w. 3m. Sm. lyr. liinch... i1 0 t00 5 900 2 inches.l S 37 525 9 1575 3 inches 1 30( 500 7 50 12 :03 50 4 iuchsa. 8 75 S 8 715 95 25 5 inche.50 4 7 10(9 16 3000 i columa:4 : 8 00125( 517 o30 50 5 00 I eolumn 00 15 025 00 0 5 00 Offial advertisements $1 per square for rest anaertion; each subseqoent publica thin 50 eents per square. SBred aoasasaetiols upon sabj...

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 April 1881

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. (;G VING AND LI I'IXG. Forever the sun Is poiring its gold ht a hut;dtli:.l wor.ids tihat bt' and borrow: li w .I0lrmr0 hbe 4 ill;:lde,:. o:l lrlnm ts cold, I w.altht onl ththe ho..e4 f o wanlt and sorrow, 'il, withhold his larges+ of prectous light Is to bury himself In eternal night. To give Is to lIve. The flower shines not for itself at alL t;i It+ Joy as the joy it freely diffuses; (if twa:luty and balm it is prodigal. And it lives in the light it freely loses. No choice for the rose but glory or doom. To exhale or smother, to wither or bloom. To deny Is to 'die. The seas led silvery rays to the land. The land its sapphire streams to the ocean; The heart sends blood to the brain of com mand, The brain to the heart its lightning motion: A nd over and over we yield our bgeath, 'lil the mirror is dry and images death. To live Is to give. lie is dead whose Landt not open wide To help the need of a human brother: He doubles the length of his 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. — 23 April 1881

The Nsaagement of ogs. There exihts ammongu d wide di versity of opioes eo Irag Sthe best and most proftable broed of hogs. Some alirm that the large Chester White is tle best by far. Others think the Poland ana superior to all other breeds. Stilt others assert that bl of these breeds ai'teo lr long to be prolskhla that tLr eameMM shovel caegr gtS B mb pi aIod expect it t et alaib tl us stomachs of such hogs tdes expect a protit. These last sareftrm 'vocates of the smaller brieedd- oks and Berkshires. In some controveries iris possible for both sides to be right, mad this is oneof them. I have never taken part in these discumssions, but observation and careful conparison long go coavinoed me that both large sad bsl breeds of ho are useful, proftable and desirable in difer ent localities and under different cir cumstanem. .. In a timbermed setin, where hogs run over ra ea tre of land and are mrai9pricplf mast a and roots, it must b evident to every one that a stroog-bond, large breed...

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. — 23 April 1881

Pl b alfar gronict. il. T SATUILDAY, APRIL 23, 1881. day ___ _tra~ Subscription a Year, advane. and (t- Judicial Advertiaemenats wast be paid y l,, in adrtace, or they will be diacontiwilued (Ca ,, lt,r Ite first iaertioa. will • not AGENTS. cha Ms. A. A. Goonwix, of Alexandria, s an authlorized agent of the CHRuoNICel, and thel will contract for advertisements and re c,-oie stubscriptions. Messrs. McC.Is & Bnto., of Montgom- can ery. are our authorierd agents. sell I(CAL DOTS. pre .. ..- - say R.eed's Gilt Edge Tonic prevents Malaria bee Col. E. G. Randolph h4, bought on the Kateland P'lantation. the River continues to fall, and before dot long the boats will be charging.low ta water freights if it does not stop. the Solid silver patent lever watches for $12 50 and upward at Ftoousox & ScuWAC's. After a dry, windy and dusty time of about three.,'weeks'aduration, we were treated to a refreshing shower 4 of rain Thursday night. ns er The silent Wheeler & Wilson No. 8 ov ...

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. — 30 April 1881

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S ntmioratic gIrmpal, brbaotb to Total anb 6utral tebts, diterahrt, stitrtc, ,griitrt, etc. VOL IV. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1881. N'0. 2IN I'lE 0OLFAXL OHRONIOIL, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -DY E. G. G OODWT3rN, EDITOR aud PEOPRIETO0 EM"8 OF SCUBCRIPTION. O)oe copy, one year................ $2 00 One copy, six months ............... 1 25 AItx. cowes, one year .... .......10 On Payable invariably in advance. RATMa OF ADVERTIZSING. First insertion charged double price. arecX. I lIm. 2 3m. 6m. lyr. l inch... 2 St 00 9 00 I inches. 09 3 75 525 9 15 75 3 inchee. 1 130 00 7  0 2 5 4 inches t 003 75 8755 5 .5 inhe. C 4 10 016 00 i column 4 8 12 17 30 00 I colum 1 00 030 50 00 Oflelal advertisements $1 per aquare for ,first insertion; each subsequent publice .tion 50 cents per square. .Brief communliations upon subjects of public interest solicited, but no attention will be paid to asenymeus writers. Address: Cuno...

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. — 30 April 1881

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. 1 TIIE INDIA N CAA.i P. Out from the Ndrthern forest, dim and vast; S Out from the mystery Q Of yet mor, shadowy time-. a pathless past, Untracked by htitury. C Strangely he comes into our commonplace, Prosaic present: S And, like a faded star beside the bay's Silvery crescent, P Upon the curved shore of the shining lake His tent he pitches A modern chief, in white man's wide-awake And Christian breeches. A Reckless of titledeeds and forms of law, He freely chooses Whatever slope or wood-sde suits his squaw And lithe papooses. Why not? The owners of the land were red, Holding dominion Wherever ranged the foot of beast or spread T The eagle's pinion; And privileged until they welcomed here V 'I heir fair-faced brother, To hunt at will, sometimes the bear and deer, Sometimes each other. How often to thislake, down yonder dark E And sinuous river, The painted warriors sailed, in fleets of bark, With bow and quiver! This lank-hatred chieftain is 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. — 30 April 1881

REDY LUMBAGO, B~aucpa . AV terN .SORENESS SrI= m ACHASCH, FS FEETgwt Is si.as, a war a $ a" waiIwawA dN WEtML 113ýlatl ý L ew d, L 444 uminvm w LYDIA K. PINKHAMWS an-, raWýº ar 4" D11 a awls P 4rlnisb as a ml Wela~ Gam IN spe gm I"saw I- - -odor Vwmlr RuE s.`e ass iiammm S to I ý a ft da E a" m f e.Ii ti n. is srº dumw wan of aa o a ft bow heds egspaZ~ sr s ac ass-mlmm -6- I. ..1 bysIVAIDon CS, I. Lila L -. a&" s.-a~BM .' ml~ L·m Uw~hm. rem N·IS Y&~urb UT - asw _ 3mdr - d~ ft Os amsIrs meq Moes m Isgaft Nm.-'- Os~ *mTshse the·~ elmah a Se q limibb arsiS U bau. NW ablyr ~g I ml 3mm. Nm.DL 3IcrMr ~lrr br ~P~r~2 Ir r rr = --·I_ (lyLrc*~r. rCa AMET wAM--cl~aOWr' a~m SLimnL~ cL PA I~· r mas'IWPI LPII ~P~~C a .~ry U'ywr~ c~~s~ vsas braa indi, 1 mmma I~I r ·mp IISCELLANEOUS. --The shearing corrals at Delano, iern County, Cal.. pnrsent a scene of cUrious activity, no less than 120 ex pat shearers being engaged in clipping the fleece from 2u0.000 sheep. -A man assisted at the burial ...

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. — 30 April 1881

....a ,.2 a Year, in advance. (. t,(, (, .,,c j ea be hcti e dt sDI 4 i tiet $ fter the Jlrst inuertio. -- to par AGENTS. boun, Ms. A. A. GoonwiN. O'f Alexandriu. i" 1 71, Al authorized agent of the Cliost's, ad bared wilt cotrarct f[r atvertiefjUants andi re ' lia'leipti knew I Meulera. MCaIS & Ben., of Montgol- One ery., are our authorizet agents.O "quic  lOCAI I) OTS. them -l ~ as all Preaching ~undpy night. that l River getting low, and we learn the per lb Bell will make no more trips this per lb season. $1.15 Solid silver patent lever watches low f for $12 50 and upward at consti Fzsnoson & ScBnAC'a. few b whisk Mr. S. B. Newman is teaching a peach private school at Buelah Chapel, near the place of Mr. W. B. Richardson. The grand The condition of the crops in Grant fax, a parish is said to be very good not- great withstanding the late start they had. migh When you come in to attend the neigh term of district court don't forget to it is 1 bring along enough money to ...

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. — 7 May 1881

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. OL.raIi. journaLF, Aebote Pa RISL a. ATUtraY1, ttiot, $tim7 , Tr8 tirr, a0.r VOL. IV.W COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, Jy 7, 188t -INO. z THE OOLTAX OHKONIOLE, Pablided Every 8ataiday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La. --- IE- GO. GOOD'W"YrT ortona. ro EBl M OF BUBCRBIPTIORl One4op, one year ............. .i 00 0n copy, six months............... 1 5 Six copes, one year ................10 00 rayable invariably in advance. LBATd~ OF ADVERTIUtaO. 'First insertion charged double price. WACo It. I. Sm. . 3m. em. lyr liach... 1 2 3 6 900 2 inches. 1 3 9 1 76 3 iDheA. 1j 3 5 17 1 0 4 inches. s 00 9 6 8 6 8  5 inches. 0 0 45 1 15 00 O al advirtisement $1 per square for frruls; ueh sabsequent publics tiou 50 eats per square. " Briedeemmnaieations upon subjeets of publie interest solicited, but so attentia will be paid to anonymous waiters. Address: Canowsca, Celfax, La. War as Pricest Having prehased ar entire Fall Stock of Ooods from ra bhands in the North, Fent and...

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. — 7 May 1881

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. PARU;I.V A WA Y. TIh're was no old shoeumster, sturdy at steel, Stt gyrat wqalth and repute in his day, S!,. ifque4n.d his (e': t of lack to reveal, Woutd cahy lik a  ,ir on a spry; "it Isn't so mulch tie At.ulin you rein, ar Ilkini for it," he would say, "As Mt is that forever th tshek and thwr'oub thin, You should keep a-pegging away." I have found a maxim of value whose truth Obeervation has proven in the main, And whlih might well be vaunted a watch word by youth, In the laborof hand and of brain; For if genius and talent sar cast Into work thestrongest display, You c'n nover be sure of achievement at last, Unless you keep pogging away. There are shopmen who might into statesmen have grown, Polittelats for handiwork made: Fonme poets who better in shops had shone, And moechanics best suited trade; Hut when once In the harness, however it fit itucklo down to your work night and day, Lecure in the triumph of hand and of wit, If you only k...

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