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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 14 April 1877

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. 'n ObFtAneont Iaural, taebtb to laR aSb atu al As, iterature, er, 7rin.t rEt.. VOL I. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1877. INO. 32. pe tifar U granide. SiTURDAY, APRIL 14, 18'17. Our New York Letter. NEw Yoai, March 23, '76. Editor CiOeNLtCLE : To say that it's the fashion doesn't do the subject half justice. Its the rage; its the mania; its the sensation. Even the little dogs are only waiting for hot weather to don blue glass goggles and trot around impervious to hydrophobia. I am not quite certain that the newly discovered panacea will cure a balky mule or a man with a wooden leg, but we are assured by copious testimony that no lesser silment can withstand its benefi cent influences more than na hour or so at the outside. It is rather a novel business to say the least, for a Major General of the army to turn quack doctor and set the whole Yankee nation by the ears over his queer cure-all; but still, as we have no war on hand or in prospect, 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. — 14 April 1877

Elc ieQalfat e(t'#6irice. J. .. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. .aturday. April 114, 1S727 OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF GRANT PARISH. 1*', All judicili a c1 :,"i. .,n,',ts :ntt le paid fir i:t alca."',', or t'"r )ill to d L ',?, . ' ?er the jirsT insertien. . LOCAL BREVITIES. -We have had very Le1vy rai:, durin,g the a.,t three wu, e. --Tho river at thla pirAt i: r,,etinut ilg toi ride  adual . -The attention of business and professional men is call: d t the Tax Collector's notice in our advertistenent coluunls. -1,'e are under renewed f4vor. M, Mr. G, orgeC. lfk:olton. e:.rk if th". .tecmnitr Lart. AL.4 , I, late New 0: ie.u; papers. -Mrs. Holhnark, near Mot gmely, dropped dead on Thursday of !,.st week. T'hoe caua. i.L ai!l .o:d tt o have been heart Jdl::a s. -T-h isfaunL d.agh'ter of Mr. and Mrs. lIar,,ty. ..,s li' , d. ,n Tuit.lay last. :t 1. 1 Len :.!. some time ltrciou:, to its death. -Wade 1sea$, theu'etldt*jd iltjiu who was SlUt in . di.ilty it a.: t , colored nmall nalnl Jaci....

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. — 21 April 1877

SHE C(OLFAX CHRONIeLE. ,n nbtcntn ournal, cbhotb to vocal an &neral d1us, Fittature, science, Agriuure, etc. O)L. I.; COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1877. INO. 34. S'P.DAY, APRIL 21, S. O;r New fork Letter. Ni..' Xu, nMarch 2S,'_16 Our latest wonder is the sudden npearance and mnyst"riouis tib c" of A. Otukey Hall, whom ,tf your readers 'know biyvo we f r~t.fl~in more. lie wi;~ or of the city linring the days tlc i::!x", and wa;1:S the Ic IN. itetit loemler of tihe city Terunflnt of tiht time Who vitS Sta, vilAicare hilitusef frotmi the ! fraud ari tV-ft tnitdr lt a: ih i aII sociatCi went. do %% it. tctbe close It IQ otlicaial term !. HrU hayi oewn one of t El.` ioo t cceueful luwvetrs It! \P".1; j-, r:.. iýsrar 'he .. to the dramatic nt rrrl p I'u t"..-is rc he ow a ta Firier t.:" tans aI- di mnat; jIts " i' 1r r t.1 lLr : 1' i,..ti'ai a r , "f tht Iii >o ir r ati d l (:Ir : '( iý u.trT IV) *. , Er~c * . t'. a . ;iCe t.g.' as lt t'a :"" , Hat a dcr n ttc...

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. — 21 April 1877

Elb gfaru 4 nil. J. M. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR cli Saturday, April 91, 1477. = = -=--= th OFFitIAL _ lIRtNAL OF -wArl PAli,. at 7d All juidiciUi alu o-1rzt&isels , ,t ae p for ii 4lP,,&re, or., th:e ",till be di.t,::tia o1 a'fer t en - - ----I-- Q9 itEluIors NOTICE.-The 1tv. W. 1).S Stayton, of the L. i:. Church, will hobl Divine service at the Court 11u0us o t1 e! second Sabbath in each mounth, nmt:niug ) and evniin6. Cl LOCAL BREVITIES. b -The wcather for the past week has been very 'chungable. We a had strong winds, cool mornings, , and cloudy weather, with litt!e rain. -The days for arrival of the J mail have been cha:ngel. It c.mes t on Wednesday and baturday of t each week now instead of Tues- n day and Friday. . -Our farmers report very f:&-' vorable proal ect, f r a good ciop I Corn, as a tu.eral thaug, i vwell advanced, and cotton is dong( splendly. -The river is higher now than it has been for several uown is; I but there is a great dropp:ng ,iff i: ...

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. — 28 April 1877

THE COLFAX" (IW.. L .. - 8d Inbtptnbet surn aI, brbotf to Tatli anb &unrdal mus, lifrratnut, Scietn, ginituure, bir. rOL  COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1877. 1 NO. 35. 8VTUURDAY, APRIL 2s, 1817. Vas Voloanie Outbursts. Two startling volcanic eruptions ha'e bely occurred in the aw eija Islands, which contain the es remarkable group of volca asl in the world. One crater SIage-is a large lake of molten rl that has hept at boiling heat a'k badk as tradition goes, with itle change in its appearance. Wlhough sometimes a thin crust i fmed over it by cooling of the ura. Manna Loa, nearly 14.000 feet high, has great eruptions boet once in seven years, on an avage, pouring out millions of taos of liquid rock-2,000,000,000 itasis 1859-and, having exhaust ed itself in these efforts, it sinks sbak into quiesence. February 14 it seat out a large volume of ssoke, that rose to a height of 16,000 feet, and spread out, dark enisg the r.ky over an area of 100 square miles, 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. — 28 April 1877

J. M. SWEEN~EY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR SatFrday, AprIl 2, 197T . OFFICIAL JIURNAL OF GRANT PA.ISH. - 8 ." jwtfic adt'rte,:,,le,:t, I must be paid for in advance, orl first inlsertion. RBaozous Norc.. -The Rev. W. D. Stayton, of the ~a. E. Church, will hold DiMAe msrie at the Court House on the second Sabbath is each mouth, u.orning sad uveniug. o BREVITIES. --The aer han rose fully ten *et in the past seven days. -We still eontinue to have oc easional heavy rins, cloudy and windy weather, with very -little sonabine. .- e Quarterly Meeting of the M. l, umrk will be held at the Court House on Saturday next. The Rev. S. H. Cooper will be preseamnt. .There was a very large gath esing of colored people at church at the Forena place last Sunday. We understand they are about to bild a new meeting-house. -On Monday last we were the 6f a nice mesa of Early potatoes, from Mr. W. J. . They were about the size of ben eggs, and although they were not one-third matured, tilC~*I.stere dry, firm and...

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 May 1877

THE COLFAX CHRONICLR , n tnbpr eni nrnul, btbattb to Total anb Q tnraI BaDs, iteratutr, Srimtz,. ret, Etr. OL. I. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1877. INO. t. JLISlIED EVERY SATURDAY, BY . .. SWEENE . TERMS: _- year, in advance........ $2 00 -aoetbs, " ..........1 25 rhe o .ot, " .......... 75S ADVERTISING RATES: Iaquare (1 IKc opet) first insertion, ); .ch subsequent insertion 7B eta. rat/sau of a square charged as a l square, unless otherwise agreed SCardsof a Personal nature, when kntible, charged at double rates. r-fessional and Business Carde, gm aqilure, $10 per year; two r-se, $15.00. Casminartn' As~eoicwcassw re-$5. rash most in every instance so ipainy the order. 1s mi. 3 Is. ,6ms. 1 year Suunas $1 0 $45 S$45 $65 $100 or All advertisements sent to this Sus,wemn not otherwise specified, will b inserted till forbid, and charged ac -_ly. Q0 Obituary and Marriage notices of eme square in length charged as Cstiasments. p Transient advertisements pays hsadvance ; q...

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 May 1877

Cie IfarE t ranicle. J. U. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Ilatrdlay, May IU, 1877. OFFI-IAL JUd NA OF GRANT PARISH. Juifcial adverti$emenIt must l' paid for in advance, or they will be divscotinutd after Ith first t,'ertion. Cremation is secuming a fash. ionable foothold in Indiana. The convicts working on the N. O., T. & P. Railroad are pro grossing pretty faust withbthe work. They are grading near Provensal lake, about ten miles from Natchi toches. The Vindicator says the Natchi toches Iudians were so called be cause, in their own language, they were "pawpaw-eaters," and the neighboring tribe Nacogdocbes because they were "persiwwon 'eaters." The Augusta C .ronicle says 'the South has .ome out of the contest with twenty-one more Congress men and twenty-one additional electoral votes.' The Boston Globe says the reconstruction contemplated b; President Lincoln andl attempted by Andrew Johnson has just been earried out. Mr. A. D. Lafargue has severed active connection with the M...

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 May 1877

apLaw and Reulatin ._ ___--_ - - i. 1t,,Mr(Ii!, ., w.o "! ,it give :4 (LW 4.441t.au:.:ki Sirdri i L '' ;l't or refn to. 0.1 tºl .i.. . l ibrr mratlOr the lice ( - £i a ti,.blI utJ .il" ey .ur nidt dtr ten o1ld, aud ofr1aer tuen ri t'rleor I t "ilr't' i l'n, ! l they are_ ihe ld ,5. '.rt Cotii'tI iIt.1e decide I t!'at gi.ling t; tl.l, al thie ipelml.r t.Le A .. tI e tl ne; , rtit' l ent" t il l t4 ..lr grime; them ulsed[ : tforile, is priotll l.seC rvidicetoi ii.t..L illJ..i Irarifd.¶ ti. Ally jlercaoV. w) V.14 we:e-s al ilsPlaplr tI a il41 .4L e Il i1, Sher he hia ,trder.Ld it or ni.t, lhe lhidl Iag to t4 W a4 its.4ll.er. 7. If butd lewt" r r L. ay i:  adlva.I ce, -eyU theo d to Cgi.ce 1..ic' le t t.l-n r ctitt.ie eld of theliir tilnei, i (to .oLit tishl f c1 btliulte tIktiii S;l lh rwi i tiale pi' i.u er i .s au to send it 4,4w .41141 the grlaUterrc will be rtspt l iil. w aittli Ceprtss lnotit., )w to ,i'u1 n ttit of arrears i arut tol tlile ol:iisilel. *uolots NOTICi.- Tl'.44 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. — 12 May 1877

EARM AND HOUSEHOLD,. og Buing in th 8outh. It is generally admitted among farmers that bacon or pork raised mdolavely on corn in the cotton atee coots more than Western bacon; that is, one acre in cotton will pay for more meat than can be raised on three acres of corn. But "bog and hominy" we must h ire, and that raised at home, or die paupers. Let us east about and see if we cannot raise our bacon on very little corn. Our laud will produce from seven to twenty bushels of corn per acre, and even at these low figures we should make plenty. Oats we can make fres five to twenty hushele per acre, with no cultivation ex cept sowing. Rice we can make frost thirty to fifty bushels per acre. What grain can the North or- lest sow to beat this ? These esreals might furnish all the grain wA need feed. Our genial climate produces vegetables . eud'ees profusion, and with the common rough turnip and long collard, we ean furnish our bogs with all the vegetable food necessary for two of our severes...

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 May 1877

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE .n jnbtptbtrr t gurnal, brbateb to focal anb 6rneral ~etus, itcraturt, Scien~c, grirnlttrt, tt. VOL. I. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1877. INO. 38. 4,e (0tf~i -broiick. UgBLISHED EVERY SATURI)AY, lY TERMS: oe year, in advance,........$2 0(1 .ix smoatf , , .........1 23 lbree a*S, .......... 75c ADVERTISING RATES: 1 8qaare, (1 inck tpace) first insertion, $1.0; each subsequent insertion 75 cts. All fractiobs of a square charged as a 4.11 square, unless otherwise agreeed l. Cardsof a Personal nature, when iasible, charged at double rates. professional and Business Cards, f one sglre, $10 per year; two 4lqures, $15.00. CJWIDADrIs' ANSSot'SCFEM'Tss- $ bcah unat in every instance ac mpany the order. ý Iee 1 m . i3M* G ms. I e.ee S 5 s $45 $5 -- if All advertisements sent to this e,when not otherwise specified. will le inserted till forbid, and charged ac asidingly. WObituary and Marriage notices of" swr one square in length chargedl a advertisements....

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 May 1877

an>t, Jame 30 4 Hadnot, L H 440 Aot described 1625 4 23 -r Hiale, J C 20 G0 24 9 Hale, WP 1i0 ecttiu4, township 8, range 5-wrest; 30 10 4 & Haliback, Richard 170 2 4 Hall, Elijah 4• L t, 5 Hall, Eation 00 0 1 4. Hall, Moses 80 u il1 Hall, Richard . ~ "1 iallmark, CW 160Section 8, township 8, range 5 west, and1 intprovements; south quartet of soutttlr,. quarter o northwest quar.tfCr, southeast quarter of south east quarter, seCtion 6. 548 0 7 9 flam, Ephriam ..96" i 1 . Hamel, F M 120 outhwest quarter of southwest quarter section 8. township 8. rauge 1, southeast quarter of south quar tyr section 13, township 8,zauge 2 west -.960 0. 4 0( Hand, Jamees 80 land 155 0 21 Hardee, Jes*e Improvements 6d () 9. Hardy, David . ictioun 1, township 8, north of range 5 west 521 00 7 5: Harris, Primes 150 Not described - 164"4 0 2 3t -jlarris, W1lliam .0 V 82 iarrison, Jes , ipprovbments 35 0t' 5 1 aus,.tiiarles 150 0 2 l; Harvey, James Improvemente 64 U. 9. Hazel, ialeauder - .201-04 2 9( ...

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 May 1877

~arlU , M¾AY 1%, 87. Laper Laws and Regulations I. Subscribers who do not give notice to the contrary, are dered wish iig to con tinue their ri,tt, n. - If suibscriher onler the dis iance ot ti-ir periodicals, ps.isIdher Iay continue to send i till all arrearages are }'aid. o-suUcribiJ' neglect or refuse to their peruiolicals from the otlice kwhich they ~,re directed, the:- are retdlW".ible until tlhey have their bills,-and ordered theni tieued. , I subscrilwre itiove to another without informing the pub ,and the palpers are sent to I -orner direeteu, they are held j i Bensible. The courts have decided that s'a to tarke the - periodicals .the o6ee, or repwv..ig an.d sing them uncalled for, is. primat bie ,-jltoqfi iaul.ett iona lgfraud." A ny person .no receives a sja .makett use of it, Ii has ordered it or not, he held is law to be a subscriber. , ii rubiacriberis hay in advance, sit bound to give notice to the rat the end of their time, if y do not wish to continue taking i'othe...

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 May 1877

CARD. As it has been extensively reported by rival sewing machine companies and their peddlers, that the manufacture and sale of the GROVER & BAKER SEW ING MACHINES had been suspended, and the machines and the parts could no longer be obtained. I beg leave to state that the business of manufacturing the ma-Lines has ONL. been changed, and that the supply will be larger, and better, and the sale of these Celebrated Ms chines more iigoronsly pushed than ever before. The popularity of the GROVER & BAKER Machines is hard to overcome, and it is only by such means and misrepresentations that many A of its rivals even effect a loan ',f their machines. GROVER & BAKER S. M. DEPOT, No. 5 Chartres street, New Orleans, Ia. H. H. TRUE, Agent. October 21-4m 8aETTY P A N O. GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT. This instrument is the most handsome ana best piano ever before manufactured in this country or Europe. having the greatest possible depth, richessm and volume of tone, combined with a rare...

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 May 1877

'THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. n btIen It monrnal, btbatb to -oaI at b Ttrerl s, ,,itera tur, tciart $grimtut, d'i. y. I. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1877. IN. 39. t rolfat 'Jronirtt. gIJJSHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY j. M SWvEEITE'T TERMS: .ye, in advance, .......2 00 onthS, ~.....I....1 25 " .......... 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Sare, (i iA ck pace) irst insertion, each subsequent insertion 75 cts. usetionsof a square charged as a al square, unless otherwise agreed Cardsof a Personal nature, when ble, charged at double rates. iesonal and Business Cards, mse squre, $10 per year; two CMDis' AmrOSC'EMET - $5. cask iust in every instance ac o' order. w~.l I.Io5m. 6 as. 1 year n $10 $20 $30 $45 u " $15 $30 $45 s $45 $65 $100 ' All advertisements sent to this ,when not otherwise specified, will a inserted till forbid, and charged auo mugly. I Obitnuary and Marriage notices of een square in length charged as ments. ' Transient advertisements paya lsadrvance; quarterly ads. monthly havan...

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 May 1877

rAME8 E. Boou*DARI. I g r Suoter, %Imoes ......................... 75 t 1 URt $lm ith, Nancy ... 3 .......... . 27 . :.1 Smistf. Orsrn ................... 110 45 8antee, Jack 16 lnl,roveuenlts.................... .. 270 3 J' S.nford, 8 B lrovemets ....................... 3 19 Tallock, Harry ...................... 1W 45 Tanner, Ablahan m 290 0. 4 Iti Taver, Henry 16 j'ot described........................ 2411 34 3 4c Taylor, Miles . . ............................... 190 4 G 75 Taylor, Denis.................................. 34 49 Taylor, Mrs 2)0' See. It, tp 8. north of range 5 west, on Hudson Crek ................. 3 5 56 Taylor Mrs ................................ 11a0 I 1 59 Teagles, Joe .................................... 90 1 :31 Tenglts, Joeph ............145 2 o Thouas, Charles Sr ..................................... 7"3 Thonma-, Alex .......................1 3 S Tlhomp-on, Lee Tp A, range 1 east................... 2 00 2 9 Thomnpse,. S L, W . Corbi:, agent 4 ,,Pine land.......

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. — 26 May 1877

ol#; &broniclr.!l1 *~UU)YMA- 26. - per Laws and Regulations "'" Sabscribers echo d,, inoet give notice to the (.oltr o I'. u It' red wishing to continue theirn - ip l tion. I Sif ubcribrs order the dis peblisher flay contiiue teo etitle till all arreat ag's artl e pt id. fbscribers i,.eglect or 11.'1,u( ito their Iiperiod h'ictlh th tl tii. a lliv . r uich they ar. dir lect-d, t;' are  iuusible until tiu v ha ve their bills, ald orderi d t lnan t tined. SIf subecrbers ,move to another 1 without informingt the pulh and the paPiers ie .-it't to C jser directiou, they arc heid - sible. SThe eoorts have decided that sing to take the periodutlicual the oice, or renulo tug and g themncalled for. is prniaul Sevidesees of inLl)tltinatl tIand." . Anyperson whlo re ei ~a a and whake use of ii, he has ordered it or not,. he held in law to be a slubsc iber. 7. If subscribers pay inll advace, are bound to give notice to, .the er at the end of their time, it do not wish to contiue taking * ...

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. — 26 May 1877

CARD. As it has been extensively reported by rival sewing machine companies and their peddlers, that the manLuacture and sole of the GROVER & BAKER SEW ING MACHINES had been suspended, and the machines and the parts could no longer be obtained, I bi leave to state that the business of manufacturing the machines has on , been changed, and that the supply will be larger, and better, and the sale of these Celebr.titcd Ma ehines more vigorously pushed than ever before. Ihe popularity of the GROVER & BAKER Machines is hard to overcome, and it is only by such means-and misrepresentations that many of its rivals even ffect a loan ,f their machines. GROVEIR & BAKER S. M. DEPOT, No. 5 Chartres street, New Orleans, La. H. H. TRUE, Agent. October 21-4m $EATTY l IAN O. GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT. This instrument is the most handsome an't best piano ever before manufactured in this country or Europe, having the greatest possible depth, richness and volume of tone, combined with a rare ...

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 June 1877

-THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. :4n nbepnbdtp O GATrSal, bebtabb to Toald anb 16Utral saes, i raYrl, Science, 1 grin itrt, etc. L. , COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1877. INO. 41 4i olfar QC rtonclr. D VERY SATL'IIDAY, BY 1. )~. SWEflE TERMS: . A.. tvance, ........ 2 00 ' . ...1 25 .. . . ......... 75e AEDVRTISING RATES: (i , (I i, pne rtrst insertion, ih nisequent inslltion 75 eta. of a square charged as a unless otherwise agreed adiof a Personal lature, when charged at double rates. and Business Cards, yqur, 110 per year; two gpas.to. wi' AJvO~tCEzME -- $6 s mst in every instance ac y the order. 1 m. 3mi. 6 ms. 1 year Su $15 to 5 $65 a , $15 65 $100 All advertisumeilt sent to this when not otherwise specified. will bIerted till forbid, and charged ac y. SObituary and Marriage notices of sel square in length charged as Transient advertisemeuts payIa ance; q;uarterly nads. Iliollthlly ; yearly adtls quarterly in d leept by special contract. advertisements are lout paid for 6h...

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 June 1877

E t Q ofaa !rPmitrce. J. M. SWEEREY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Saturday, Jane 3, 1187T. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF GA:T PAUSIS. a All judicia a',lortisenmel, s mu-4 be paid for in adovace, or th.y will be difn i.n' ajr t'e jitr4 insertion. A Card t) the 'ubilC. mil Untder thie heading we announce to the public, awl els'ncially i tthose int wishing to pureh.sc or t sll hl:!.s, that il) we are alout to c..:ahilish an a .ency at h1 Colfax for t:ie slla,, .f re;t t state. Pro videdt, na\ l are, w\ith one of thie t at . niediums of cotann.utimwatI.i inn in t ilennn.- i 51 try, personis interc.ated ill thins nmatter ci will tiBnt therein a rare opp ,rilunity to go plase their ladla, oin the amarket. tb There are large trtcts of valuable a" land lying wtte in: th 4.1nd adlj.inng pari.~lc ., ' whichi, if nsnchnn it inlt, public t notieu a pait of tLe nnaual tide of lhu i:nanigr:,t:o nt, Miireh !lows from tihe t otld r tt.tnt' t .I ttin .l- Louisi.ana into Tex~a, wo:uld niisntn .a lgnent o n so ol...

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