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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 11 June 1881

The lead s of I£eala P eala. The russan pe nt has a 9 410. like to doetxr and will r s 'ar anything from a village quack than pat b himself under the treatment of a amed ical man. Among the laboring class the a treatment of diseases and affections of d all kinds L oonfned chiedy to o f women, who not Infrequatly ar looked b upon as witches and. as a recent terra ble example as shown, are ocasional ly treated as such. It cannot be denied that these old crones possess a certain e knowledge of the virtues of herbs, t drugs, etc., sad many eases are on reo ord where they succeeded in curing inveterate affections that for years had e resisted the doctor's skill. Fevers of I all kinds. ague and malaria, are among the most prevalent diseases in Russia- diseases which it is eurrently believed ' haunt the country in the shape of invis. ible women, who go from village to village and from house to house in t earch of some humah being, in whom c they may conveniently take up their a abode. Ther...

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. — 11 June 1881

9,t ioifta QtBronick. SATURDAY, JUNE II, 1881. ci Subsorlption 82 a Year, in advance. _- t 'Jsditial Adnertsemes mnset be paid fo for is adeame, ory e will be discostiale Ater the ,Jst iaaerioea. P4 - - - Dl AGENTS. hi Ms. A. A. Gooowni, of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of the CHlolONCLt and t will contract for advertisementa a0d re- p ceive sublsriptions. Megrs. MCCAIN & BRo.. of Montgom ery, are our aathorised agents. ti -s I OCAL DOTS. k Subscribers will notice a series of 81 numbers after their names on the paper. C Thse numabers indicate to what date al your subscription is paid. The first CI number denotes the month, the second the day, and the third Whe year. For i instance, if your name is followed by 1-1-89, it indicates that your subacrip- fl tion is paid to Jan. 1, 1882 If your tl name is followed by 5-21-81, your sub- ' scription expires May 21, 1881. h Tom Johnson Esq., who lives near , Raven Camp, sent us, last Monday, a u cotton bloom fully three inches long...

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. — 18 June 1881

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. O CitmOLratic mPurnal, btbateb to atal an b 6tnra etbos, frifraEtrt, .brienct, $gricItur, Qtc. VOL. IV. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1881. INO.32 THE COLFAX CHONIMLE, Published Every Strday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. --a?- E_. QG. GOODWT~N, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. Tnl "IIF fw Ifo(J+ ewlsa A& 2EBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oue.copy, one year ............... $2 00 <)ne copy. six months ............... 1 25 Sit copies, one year ................10 00 Payable invariably in advance. A TES OF A) DVERTISING. First insertion charged double price. sPACL It. lm. 2m. 3m. 6m. lyr. I inchub.. I 50 2 U00 300 5 900 2 inches. 10;2 25 375 523 9 1575 :3inches. 3 05 00 7 5012 50 4 inches.2 00 3 7 6 5 7515 25 5 inches- i 0 75 5 O 00 16 5030 00 icolnumn4 8 0012 7 30 5052 00 I eolumnk 00115 00'25 0O30 000 00 00 Official advertisement. $1 per square for first insertion ; each subsequent publica tiu 50 cents per sqtuare. Brief communiontions upon subjects of public i...

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. — 18 June 1881

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. THIE OLD SCHOOL HOUSE. Over among the red-topped chestnut trees, l'tands the old chbool-house, ien! And nwurmults it the air like b.Js of bees, And yo and I are men. Ak! doss it seam so long since we, too, bore The sechel and the state? And enrels ly our shobol-boy honors wore, And lsrghed at time and fate? Jsnt ifty steps trod by a boy's rough tet, l',4 counted o'er and o'e- From the old pike--tls now the village street To the gray, battered door. It seems an age ago sinae flrst I dragged May Robin on my sled, An on behind, with pretty Nelllagged; Au these bOt are dead. And Elleraly, the grandest boy in schooll I tbink I see him now, Ready with pen, or exercise or rule, With God-like eye and brow. am it be posiblethat yesterday Isaw him as he moved In zigzeg circles on the public way, No longer fered or loved? O time, what patches do thy fngers set On garments tree from stain! O rust, and sloth, and greed, what prizes et, That Heaven would g...

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. — 18 June 1881

he Most erl* ,, The eeplatoro. have a reular o ernment of tlir . They have oe casitmal congrem of their epreinntr. tives, an exeative power, courtm as army, a police They have a empablie an form of governmeat. The Cmgrea of Repress soos the Ezec. tive Coemmdtttee d t se edt tb clandestin journals, and deeide in principal, upoe the policy to be pur sued. The Executive Committee holds all the trinre connecting the different circles (f ), appoints the aentsof police, the ighting corps, the nance sub iomite4 sab-miommittee on new members, and so on. The work of the conspirator is so admirablv ar. ranged that there can be no collision between the different departments as is often the case with the Czar's Govern ment. Every conspirator is instructed to mind hs own business. So, for in stance, Kiblohitch was charged with I the duty of prepering dynamite and bombs though he did not know when, where or by whom these articles would be usd. So Ryakoff, though he was one of forty-eight volunte...

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. — 18 June 1881

SATU IIA.YJ0 1881JU The Subsorlipton 2 a Year, in advance. of tbe W. L. ' Vadicisl Ad a9MrwWffAss mstd e id' cilroe. for is adsaner, Lr p will be disreti i Deal, jftir the Ares abrsae C H. AGENTS. On Ms. A. . Goonwlx, of Ale.sndria .s isug re a an uthatsed agent of the Cn1oxRlc.L, and Res will contract for advertisesmnts and r kept i ceive sulberiptio5s. burst Messrs. MoCAWr & Bao., of MoltgoM- front ery, are oar aLthorisd sa- gome vided LOCAL DOTS. ourr Subscribers oill notice a reries o That numbers qfter their naimes oP the pap force These numbers indicat to what date Sep your subscrition is paid. The first "eiVr number denotes the month, the second ford, the. day, and the third the year. For TI instance, if your name is followed by the c 1-1-82, it indicates that your subscrip tion is paid to Jan. 1, 1882 If your C. name is foowed by 5-21-81, your sub- Ni scriptio expires May 21, 1881. mere White rests and linen suits at Wmei Teal & Wilmut's. Any one having a New Foundla...

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. — 25 June 1881

THE COLFAX CHRONICLK, S~trooratic rurnal, bboteb to .oeal anb gntral fetis, Wittrature, Srtinte, ~gricmturI, etc. VOL. IV.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1881. INO. 33 THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at 4:olfax, Grant Parish, La., ---Y- H. G. GOODRTw , EDITOR sad PROPRIETOR. THIS EI", - ' - ,'= IERiY8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year.................$ 00 4)ae copy, six months. ............ 1 25 8ixZ covoes, ode year ...............10 0t Payable invariably in advance. BATE8 OF ADVERTISING. First insertion charged double price. SarCL It. in. 2an. 3m. 6m. lyr. I inch... . 1 2 403 5 OUI 900 2 inebes.I I 54 3 7 5 959 515 75 3 inoche 1S 3 5 00 7 5012 50 4 iunche.2 3 751 6 25 8 7515 25 5 inchesa. 4 7 0010 16 00 Scolm n4r 8 0012 5017 530 00 1 column 015 00125 00 3o 00o50 00 Official advertisements $1 per square for first insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per quare. Brief communieations upon subjects of public interest solicited, but no at...

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. — 25 June 1881

THE CHRONICLE i or COLFAX, - " - LOUISIANAP 10 A I. YFIC OF THE ROAD. Up and down the traln-boy goes, th p ind down tio whole day long; in And the world that travels knows How he chant' hip littlesoir- How be sells. by hooks and crooks, BU Peanuts, candy, apples, books. fr "O my maters: List to me: Here aregoobers from the grmund; Fresh-laid dates from o'er the sea, hnglish walnuts sweet and sound, (History tells, with truthful tongue, 14 They were old when Cal was young). di " Buy my candy (loved of Sies. In Apple from the Western States; ki Bite them once-with sad surprise bi How each biter hesitates! Or, if tired of life you be, a Bat the ancient goober pea h " Dates are dates: the Tunis war o1 Kills production, stope the deal; It Try these almonds-here they are- - Imitation flint? No: real Hard to crack, bnt harder still . They are to bite; just eat your ini. h " Buy some figs; a, well I know. Dryer igs yout cannot and; Older than the olives grow, b Leather-covered, saw-dust 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. — 25 June 1881

IIISeLLAmU5. -Bellevue. Idaho. is a log-cabin town, with about 600 inhabitants. -While Mrs. Benjamin Webster, of Limerick, Me., was dressing a fresh fish a $1.50 gold piece dropped out of it. --Coyotes have killed hundreds of sheep in the northern part of Washing ton County, Oregon, during the past season. -An insurance company in Fargo, 1). T., insures crops against hail stones. In a sudden storm the company is like ly to "bust" up. -A Delaware editor, who is also a physician, offers as an inducement to new subscribers to vaccinate every one who will take his paper. --Stained glass is being largely used in New York mansions. The stained lass in Mr. Cornelius Vanderbilt's home will cost upwards of $70,000. L-Mr. Edward Thornton, the son of the British Minister, will remain in Washington as attache of the British Legation after his father departs for his new post. --The Christian Union tells of an af fectionate husband who said, "I can't afford to lose my wife these hard times, for i...

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. — 25 June 1881

iQ; Qtolfar Qronule. . The. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1881. was the SubsorlptIon $2 a Year, In advance. and iw day hi! r'Judicial Adrsrtisements must be paid o'cloek for in advance, or they will be diawotiwIied wormtn after the first inserti- were h SAGENTS. evideni Ms. A. A. GoonwWr, of Alexandria is I an anthorized agent of the Cnrnti CLE , adpthe will contract for adverti$smeuts and re- put off eeive snbacriptionf. i b Messrs. McCAtiJ & Bi:o.. of Moutgom- by son cry, are our authorized agents. joined ..- party. LOCAL DOTS. edthe subscribers wfill notice a ner of ` dow nuambers after their names on the paper. Tie t These numbers indicate to what dale man. your subscription i. paid. The first lady's number denotes the month, the second torn the day, and the third the year. For from I instance, 'f your name is followed by immeý 1-1-82, it indicates that your subscrip- who lion is paid to Jan. 1, 1882. If your I name is followed by 5-21-81, your sub- One scriplion expires fMay 21, 1881....

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. — 2 July 1881

THE COGLFAX 1HR tNI Semncratic Jurnmal, tboatb fat Total anb uendal lexs, frktraht, £Sitnct, ,gricltrt, Et,. VOL. IV.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1881. INO. 34. THE O(OLFAX OHRONICLE, Published Every Satarday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La., ---ar H_. G. Goo0DwYN , EDITOR nd PROPRIETOR. THIS PAPER "' t; - m*c &&sm ITERM OF SUBSCRIPTION. One eopy, one year ................. 00 One copy, six month .............. 1 25 Sz coless, one year ................10 00 ayable invariably in advance. RATES OP ADVERTISING. First insertion charged double price. Parm. It. 1lm. m. 3m. m. lyr. 1 inch... i 61 200 3 0 5 900 2 inhebse 1 00 S 3 7 525 9 1575 3inehes. 1 530 500 7 12 50 4 inches. 2 00 7 6 8 715 25 Sinches. 4 7 10 16 00 column4 8 10 17 50 30 00 Solumn 8 15 5 60 00 Ofeial advertisemete $1 per square for Arst insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 cents per squar. Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited, .but no attention will be paid to anonym...

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. — 2 July 1881

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - . LOUISIANA. iMY WHITE ROSE. I know 'ts only a rose. But her leavesare white, And her heart I. sweet. And she lives and grows For me! y rse may seem less fair To other eyes than mine; She may not be sweet, she may ant be pure, To all. "Ti true there are some little thorns Quite hbddea from view; I they were not there, ee. would mos be hare For long. We all have more or lees paln And sorrow and eare, Bit me sunligh comes, And tke smiles return In time. one thing I anrelyhow, That whet I mesd She whispers ofttimes A message of love To mel Them I m go em my way, sesk burdeen quer to bear, For have I not had The hep of Hlo love -Tru 'smser Moas YR. BIO8 RELPS CLEAI ROUS8E. Sentimentallv-disposed people .so elate with spring budding branches, twittering birds. reen gras, azure skies, friling lambs and golden dan delioes. "In the spdng, the young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of te," says somebody. He ght have added-in the spring the midde aged man's fan...

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. — 2 July 1881

PAIN AID FIRBEIDL -H. W. Hill & Co., Deeatr, Ill., re port 100,000.000 of Hill's triangular bog rings sold since 1872, using .50,500 pounds of wire measuring 3.408 miles. -Break up into fine bits the shells of eggs used in the household sed return threm to the bens, by whihe they will be gladly eaten. If well crushed they will not teach the beas to eat eggs. --Fruit-growers who have the moral courage to remove a third or more of the fruit that " aets" on their trees will be rewarded by finer fruit and more of it, in bulk if not in number, than those who are less far-seeing. -One reason that is known to us, says the London Field, why rearing poultry in very large numbers fails is, that where large numbers of fowls are kept together, the place becomes taint ed with decaying manure, and disease and failure are sure to follow." -Rice Pudding.-Boila cupful of rice in milk until it is well swollen; add three eggs well beaten, a quarter of a pound of seedless raisiuns a little sugar an...

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 July 1881

SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1881. of Subscription 12 a Year, in advance. tal rrJudioel Adveertisa ts ast be id bth for is advane, or thie will be disenqtitsed after the fJirs in~srtiso. ro AGENTS. na Ma. A. A. GOODWIN, of Alexandria, is an authorised agent of the CdaoxrctLz and be will contract for edvertisements and re- h ceive subscriptions. to Messrs. McCAIN & Buo., of Montgom ery, are our authorised agents. lea - on LOCAL DOTS. Dc Subscribers will notice a series of M' numbers after their names on the paper. lie These numbers indicate to what date th your subscription is paid. The first W number denotes the month, the second W the day, and the third the year. For wE instance, if your .ame is followed by m' 1-1-82, it indicates that your subscrip- a t ion is paid to Jan. 1, 1882. If your name is followed by 5-21-81, your sub- hi scription expires May 21, 1881. to lit The river is falling steadily. at The Silver City passed up Saturday d with a good load. The police jury nsets the frst ...

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 July 1881

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, _L. ~cmocratir trrnal,; tbotb to fx oal anb tnetral etns, iteraturt, Seielnt, ~gtric turc, etc. VOL. IV.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1881. NO. 35. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY -sr- ' -. G01. GOODW--YT, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. THIS PAPERI , be foud e at e P. ,aeotat be araý et, I IW Y8Lgw r 2IRM8 OF 8UBSCRIPTION. .One popy, one year ................$2 00 $)ne bopy, six months.............. 1 25 A.ix colies, one year ..............10 OI Payable invariably in advance. RATES OF AlD'ERTISING. First insertion charged double price. SPAC. IIt. lm. i 2m. Sin. I 6m. 1 lyr. I inch... 1 2 00 5 0t 9 WU 2 inches. 1 2 ' 3 715 5 9 5015 75 3 ioche. I 3 5 00 7 5012 003 50 4inches. 3 755 8 6 15 2525 5 iches.12 52ý 4 7 0010 0U(16 50130 00 i eolmn4 i 8 0112 50117 50 30 5052 00 I columnnl8 (K)15 00r5 00130 00150 00! 00 Oficial advertisements $1 per square for first insertion; each subsequent publica tion 50 c...

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 July 1881

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - - LOUISIANA. A SONG OF lIHE FOUR SEASONS. When Spring comes laughing by vale and hill. Ily wind-:lowlr walking and daffodil Eing stars of inorning. rinp morning skies. Sing blue of ipecdwedl, and my Love's eyes. When comes the Summer, full-loaved and strng,. And gay birds gossip, the orchard long Sin hbid, sweet honey, that no bee sips; sing red. red roses, and my Love's lips, When Autumn scatters the leaves again, And piled sheaves bury the broad-wheeled wain Sing flutes of harvest, where men rejoice: Sing rounds of reapers, and my Love's voice. But when comes Winter. with hail and storm, And red fire roaring, and ingle warm Sing first sad going of friends that part; Then sing glad meeting, and my Love's heart. -AuastU Dobeon. CAUGHT IN AN AVALANCHE. High up in a narrowvalley in Swits erland, almost entirely shut in by great rocky cliffs, was a ltttle chalet where Widow Jutta and her three boyq lived. They were very poor, owning d patch of meadow only, it...

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 July 1881

A Spring BIaset Assinst the llsleS . A L arles. He was lately married, and had no do more idea of what an article of a wom- w an's dress cost than an elephant has of he a humming bird; so when his young a wife gently hinted one morning that or she must have a new spring bonnet he ab looked pleased, and blandly told her to 0u get something nice and have the bill t sent around to the store, and he gave lif her a good-bye kiss and said he wanted so his little wife to look as well as the rest, in and went off humming a Sunday-school of air. He had been to a missionary meet- in ing the night before, and, pleased with di the sermon, had pro ised a liberal do- a" nation to the colleefing agent when he W called, as he had announced he would th on that day; so he took twenty-tive dol- m lars and inclosed it in an envelope, with bt "From a friend" on the outside, and es then tucked five dollars into his vest m pocket to pay for his wife's bonnet. " I ar don't suppose it will cost more than (t...

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 July 1881

tI4a UroI ~far Q ronidt.1 Sthree -------- - · ----x-I~~~c--~the SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1881. them Darr Subscription $2 a Year, in advance. pie-n -gJudicial Adrertisseents must be paid for in adrance, or uhel will be discontinued 110e i after the first insertio. - Th AGENTS. petel Ma. A. A. GOoonwlI, of Alexandria. in an authorized agent of the (CHRýoNICLE, and I will cotract for adlvertisemeuts and re ceive shbacriptioins. Messrs. McCAI's & Eno.. of Montgom- hun cry, are our authorized agents. inst. Sder (LO CAI, DOTS. Rapi Sub~c'ribers will notice a series of has I numbers after their names on the paper. by It 7Th'e.e numbersl indicate to what date into your subscription is paid. The first crim ,umber denotes the month, the second D the day,, and the third the year. For call ,eastlace, if your name is followed by the 1-1-82, it indicates that your subscrip- him tion is paid to Jan. 1, 1882 If your A name is followed by 5-21-81, your sub- ing scrilpion expires May 21, 1881. inte Two ...

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 July 1881

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE.' Stnmrcratic o~nrnal, ebtbotcb to tal ane 6tntxld tons, Fitratut, S~iuct, g'iculture, fitc. VOL. IV.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 16, 188L I INO. 36. THE OOLFAX CHRONIOLE, Published Every Saturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY -_ GL. GOODWYN, EDITOR ahd PROPEIETOR TniS PAER 3~ t o"'. Noa.'"* e: TEBRM OF 8UBSCBIPTION. One copy, one year .................$9 00 ,One copy, six months ............... 1 25 .Bix copies, one year ................10 00 Payable invariably in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. First insertion charged double price. spACL It. Im. 2m. 3m. 6m. lyr. 1 inch... 1 2 00 3 00 5 900 2 inches.I1 3 7 525 15975 3 inches. 1 50 3 00 d 00 7 6012 o50 4 lnches. 3 6 8 15 25 5 inches.i 60 4 57 170 00116 50I30 00 4 colmn4 8 12 517 5U 00 1 column8 t15 025 530 00850 00 Offleial advertisements $1 per square for first insertion; each subsequent publics tion 50 cents per sq Brief communientions upon subjects of publie interest solicited, but no att...

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 July 1881

TIHE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - * LOUISIANA. THE FARMER'S SEVENTY YEARS. Ah, there he I-, lad, at the plow; He beatithe l,vi for worK. And whatsoe'er the gt.-k may he None ever Maw hilll slrit'k. And be calln Iluth. it,,, till his eyes Run o'er with lurthlul tears, And sing full many an old-time song In spite of seventy years. " Good morning friends 'til twelve o'clock; Time 1or a half hour's rest." And farnier John took out his lunch And ate It with a zest. " A harder task. It is." he said, SThan following up these steers Or mending fences, far, for me To feel my seventy years. " You ask me why I feel so young, I'm sure. friends, I cannot tell. But think It Is my good wife's fault Who's kept nme up so well; For women such as she are scarce In this poor vale of tears; She's given me love, and hope, and strength For more than forty years. " And then my boys have all done well, As far as they have qone, And that thing warms an old man's blood, And helps him up aol on. My girls have never...

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