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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 19 August 1876

iE ' "LO FAX CHRONICLE. S.b)Pr*t Ernala, Anitb fto Acal ab Stral IeTAs, iterratuUR, Sience, 8gricunrt, Otc. i. i 4LAX, GRAN PARISH, LA., SATUR1DAY, AUGUST 19, 1876. INO. 7. TUEDAT, BY i a .......... 75e * gi nssrtisu7ts. able and aciness Cards, _ 10 p pr yeyr; two 'm AumiIiCUI TS Smut in a" instance ao the orde S ma. 1 year 4a = ll adv.rtise at sen to this not other specified, will hinrted till forbigMd charged ao Stuary and Mrriage notices of - qU.Sft i- llqth charged as - eaiSýUn advlisements paya dvrase; quartly ads. monthly ae".; yearly daLquarterly in ad wit by .peeiaoontract. Saditisaments a not paid for .sttirm eapire for which they - n ordered to be published, they eUndeaiand1PYAnent exacted ail time they appeared in the woRK Unmt epaaid for on de -EW OBLRE8 LETTER . liW Osmaus, ug. 13, "76. As I promised to iee you post ai my ramble; the task is n sad I perfom it cheer Iast evuein the D)emo liksia u seeting was 3*are. Quits eeneotas ofpeople par nad the whole affair off p...

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 August 1876

Sg1e o01far Qwmnicik. J. M. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. baturday, August 19, 1976. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF GRANT PARISH. NOTICE. All Judicial Advertisements, of every kind, MUST be paid for immediately after the first insertion, otherwise they will be discontinued. No exceptions will be made to this rule. The mines of Colorado yielded, in 1875, over $8,284,000 in bullion; the estimated production for 18'16 is more than ten millions. The new wool clip of Vermont is'being bought by manufacturers for twenty-five cents a pound, the lowest price since the war. The reception of ex-Postmaster Jewell at his home was a grand ovation. Citizens of both political parties welcomed him home. Thousands of people assembled at the depot and the arrival of the train was hailed with musio, rock ets, colored fires and aasalute of fiteen guns. The Charleston (S. 0.) Journal ef.Oommerce publishes a letter of a prominent gentleman in that city, from the Galveston Cotton Exchange, which gives an encour agi...

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 August 1876

,TUBDAY, AUGUST 19, 1616. LIo, U NtineOS-Tbe Rev. D. I. Boddie will preach at Liberty ipel, Wedsesday before the socd Snndayin September, at 3g u., and st Black Creek, on ssday, at 11 a.m.; at Tyson's .e-ool-house, friday, at 11 am.; 4_ (ray's Credk, Saturday, at 11 em.; Colfax, ,utnrday night and udaday-being the second Sunday i September. -Have d Kraft's adver irmnent ? If you have not, do so. -On Wednesdoy last the Louis , i Democrat ttered its thirty sonad year. -F. J. Stokes Parish Judge .of grat, lt for N1w Orleans on the -at Able --An tatensiw stock of cloth .p aatI5tt. k,.e L owers in the vi aly of Montgsnery are doing tseropp good. Kraft's stock of groceries and prisions is larp'and varied. -There was a choking spree between two yowug mcu in Mont dory last week -"West End, we received the 3S. of "What Brown Saw in meaven." We Bill give it publi aty before long. -Cell on Kral and get fitted. -Bed Biver hs fallen fully ten *d since the late rise. There is agood boatable sta...

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 August 1876

GET THE BESTI THE Th, its 30 culat: WEBSTER,' of th UNABRIDGD DICTIONARY. an 10,000 Words and Meanings not in pert other Dictionaries. aca 3000 Engravings. 1840 Pages Quarto. Iugs, PRICE $I12. cae all 1 lad to add my testimony in its fa-ll vor.-[Pres't Walker of Harvard wiugt very scholar knows its value.-- in l [W. H. Prescott, the Historian. Ti he most complete Dictionary of the language.-[Dr. Dick, of che Scotland. t hlie best guide of students of our grat language.-[John G. Whittier. gra e will tranmmit his name to latest posterity.:-[Chancellor Kent. me tymological parts surpasses any- wor thingby earlier laborers.-[eo. cha Bancroft. ing earing relation to Language Prin- late eipiadoesto Philosophy.-[Elihu stew Burritt. shit xcela all others in defning scien- gral tilc terms.-[Pres't Hitchcock. tric: o far as I know, best detining Dic- F S tionary.-[Horace Mann. inv ake it all together, the surpassing love work.-[Smart, the English Or- nme thoepist. fees Am A nenessity for ever...

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 August 1876

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. Sn beptanmt ~urnal, btboIet to Yocal anb (tncral ~ceos, fitcrature, cicr*nt, grirtcuure, tt. ý, I., COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1876. INO. 8. (olflu *rOnirlk. D EVERY SrLURDAY, BY J*U. SWEJ*TEY TERMS: , in advance, ....... $2 00 h , . ..........1 25 -Months, - - ....... 75c ADVERTISING (rTES: Sl is *paeeXIrSt insertion, eahb subsequent inertion 75 cts. as of a square sharged as a unless othwitse agreed ECardof Personah5ature, when ble, charged at dodhle rates. sioal and Buinews Cards, square, $10 per year; two $15.00. ATr' A5Nlo eMENT8 - seeb mast in ever instance ac y the or4er. I m.- 3 ma. n s. 1 year 101 -U E45 " !15 $ 30 4 $6at All advertisemeuts sent to this when not otherwimeipecified, will atrd till forbid, awd charged ac jiary and Marege notices of ea square in leugt* charged as p'Trnsirut advertismeuts pays IaTvance; quarterlyLds. monthly vasce; yearly ads. qgrterly in uad Sexept by special catract. I advertieaeneuts are not paid ...

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 August 1876

be 6onlfat broanidc. .1. M. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. naturday, August O6, IN?6. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF GRANT PARISH. NOTICE. All Judicial Advertisements, of every kind, MUST be paid for innuediately after the first insertion, otherwise they will be discoutiuned. No exciption: will be made to this rul~. Gov. Kellogg has typointed ex Governor Hahn as State Registrar of Votes. Hawthorne said : "No man, for any oonsiderqble period, can wear one face to himself, and another to the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which may be true." Lord Brougham once defined a lawyer thus : "A learned gentle man who rescues your estate from your enemies, and keeps it him self." On the 12th inst., W. W. Far mer, of Monroe, was nominated for Congress by the Democrats of the 5th District. Senatorial Oonvention. CO~CKEXzAa's, GRAwr PARIAH, LA., August 15, 18Mi. J In accordance with an agree ment entered into by the delegates from the parishes of Catahoula, Grant and Winn, to the State...

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 August 1876

St __i__ __a__. ette S _ -Tay: WDAY, AUGCST 26, 1676. mile nora Boddie will preach at Liberty whip I, Wednesday before the Sunday in September, at woo s', and at Black Creek, on cmi at 11 a.m.; at Tyson's liva house, Friday, at 11 a.m.; F fray's Creek, Saturday, at 11 littl -Colfax, `aturday night and on '-being the secondBunday disc Sgsptember. In I ,We have had several fine bur Sthe past week. do ..Cotton is opening very fast wet picking has commenced in wa2 S..The health of the people in this mis n of the parish is very vill clol -.-ld River is falItg very fiat. p Misrihsippi being low accounts like wa* it. w -.elon and pumpkin vines have borne very poorly on Tw nt of the drouth, are begin- t , to bear since the late rains. t -Mr. C. IL Mumford left on Bart Able on Tuesday even last for the Crescent City, out will remain there for a couple weeks. -Attention is called to the new tivi isement headed "For Sale." tio gin-stands are in good run- wa ig order, and will be sold cheap 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. — 26 August 1876

THE WEEKLY SUN. 1776. NEW YORK. 1876. Eighteen hundred and seventy six is the Centennial year. It is also the year when an (,epos~oition House of Representatives, tlhe first since the war, will ihe in ,power at W:,shington: and the yea.r of the twenty-thu id election of a l '.idl'ent of the United States. .\1l of these events are sure to be oft .rat inter est and importance, especi'd!y to the two latter; and all of them and ev erything connected with them will be fully and freshly reported and expounded in The Sun. The Opposition House of Repre sentatives, taking up the line of in quiry opened years ago by The Suin, will sternly and diligently investi gate the corruptions and luiedteds of Grant'sadministration ; avd will, it is to be hoped, lay the found': ion for a new and better period in our National history. Of all this The Sun will contain complete and ac curate accounts, furnishing its read ers with early and trustworthy in formation upon these absorbing topics. tobe twenty-th...

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 September 1876

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. -n nbeptCennt ournal1, beboAtb to foral aRnb 6,eral Betos, FiteraYtrc, Sciente, ritur, etc. VOL. I. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPT. 2,1876. INO. 9. BULISHEI EVERY SATURDAY, BY -. ZM. SWEEEY TERMS: One year, in advance,.....--.$2 00 Six months, ..........1 25 Three mouths, " ......... 75c ADVERTISING RATES: 1 Square, (1 ick spuna) first .::.r'ion $1.50; each subsequent insertion 75 eta. All fractions of a square charged as a fall square, unless otherwise agreed Cards of a Personal nature, when 5jsible, charged at double rates. profeesional and Business Cards. of one squre, $10 per year; two sqasres, $15.00. CANDIDA1TES ANNOI'NCKMENTS - $5. The cash must in every insteuce ac spany the order. iColumn . $10 I20 $30 $45 i" r15 $11 $4 . $_w -r All advertisements sent to this OQee,wheu not otherwise slwcifited, will be inserted till forbid, and chlargd ac erdiugly. B Obituary and Marriage notices of ever one square in length charged as advertisements. r Tr...

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 September 1876

( t fiau (r branuick. J. M. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Saturday, Sept. ?, 1876. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF GRANT PARISH. NOTICE. All Judicial Advertisements, of every kind, ML'ST be paid for immediately after the first insertion, otherwise they will be discontinued. No exceptiousl will Il made to, this rule. NOTICE We would respectfully notify the owners of real estate, who want to sell or lease the same, that if they give us a description of the !und. the terms of sale or lease, etc., we will advertise it in the CIlrOINICI.K, alndl if we effect a sale or lease we will charge a commission that may be agreed upon; if we don't, we shall charge nothing for orr trouble. Parties who have gins, mills, horses, mules, beef cattle, milch cows, hogs,aheep, etc., etc., can make similar arrangements. Those, also, who wish to trade one sort of property) for another can use our col umns on the same ternms. The Republican Congressional Convention called by Cov. Wells to meet here on Monday last, cam...

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 September 1876

b I{: i ý01 t C f r i r 'k, of joLocs NyOTcE.-The Rev. D. cb addie will preach at Liberty a 1, Wednesday before the o Sunday in September, at th _ and at Diack Creek, on ol day, at 11 a.n.; at Tyson's I use, Friday, at 11 a.m.; `e Gray's Creek, Saturday, at 11 at ,; Colfax, Saturday night and a i_-being tile second Sunday :L peutember. _The sweet potato crop, as a D era thing, will turn out well. _Attention is called to the af' Sale which appears in i issue. oi .The new steam-gin belonging ° r. H. IlcKnight is completed, tl . commences operations to-day. s rig in your cottol:. v . .Siace the late rains the wea- S erhas been very hot, and nmos- T toes are much more Ilnuerous f. Wv than at any time (lduring this Omer. t -Our farmers are busily en- r god picking cotton. The worms fi plentiful in some places, but s qy cannot do much damage now. a -Red river is about as low now it has been at any time during h iseason, and there is a remark b dropping of in the arrival and p =artnre of ...

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 September 1876

GET TIlE BEST! WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGO DICTIONARY. 10,000 Words and Meanings not an other Dictionaries. 3000 Engravings. 1840 Pages Quarto. PRICE $12. Glad to add my testimony in its fa vor.-[Pres't Walker of Harvard Svery sehol:r knows its valu..- [ (W. H. l', ecott, the Historian. T lie most complete 1)ictiona y of the language.-[l)r. Dick, of Scotland. Sbhe best guide of students of our language.-[Jobn G. Whittier. e will transmit his name to latest p4osterity.--[Chancellor Kent. E tyruological parts surpasses any thing by earlier laborers.--[Geo. Bancroft. e caring relation to Language Pt in cipiadoesto Philosopliy.-[Elihu *Burritt. E xcels all others in defining scien tific term~.-[Pres't IHitchcock. o far as I know, bestdelining Dic tionary.-- [ lorace Mann. Take it all together, the surpassing work.-([Smart, the English Or thoepist. A nenessity for evcry intelligent fanm ily, student, teacher and prttesisional man. What Library is complete with out the best English Dictionary f ...

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 September 1876

THE COLFAX <CHRONICLE. TO L.tt pc utnt IourulX, bratch to Paotl anb LAC , SA TURDu , Site. 9tt, Ni.tT , 0itr ... TOL. I.i COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1876. 1NO. 10. t (folfaY (brcrmdtle. qJLISHED EVERY GATUIRDAY, HY j- )M. sv'EE ý -Tý . TERMS: . year, in advance. - - 2 00 ix months, .. hbree monthi, " 5. ADVERTISING RATES: S.qur.c, it taid epac(e first inwsrtion,, 411O; each ubsequ.'nt t~,,i:rtion 75 cts. Ufractionm.4 of a square cl'oLrgedl a a 'fll square, unlc-~s nott, ,* ,i agreed (Cards of a I'ernnllOnature, when sibl!e charged :at co A!e rates. pnlfessional and ar u-tonnis Cards, 4' out squre, r1' per y-'l ; two quares, l$J CADrniDATe- ' &s*IC-E,fSNTr:; -- ' ho casl must in eVr" .a-tac:1e ac _mpane the intr c iColumnl 20 W. $45 (Vr All advrtitsten't i4 to ' tf li O~ee,'whon noothecrl,:.ws. .;,odiettn, will b inserted il forbijd, a,1d J.haiged ac *rliagly. SObitrary and Marriage ,iet.ic: oi r rone niquate i length clh.tgtli as dvrrtiset teS.:. ir...

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 September 1876

It ? e tlfar l brnnlit. J. M. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Saturday, Sept. 9, 1876. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF GRANT PARISH. NOTICE. All Judicial Advertisemen.ts, of every kind, :MUST be paid for immediately after the first insertion, otherwise they will le discontinued. No exceptions will be madle to this rule. NOTICE. We would respectfully notify the owners of real estate, who want to sell or lease the same, that if tfey give us a description of the land, the terms of sale or lease, etc., we will advertise it in the CIIRONICLE, and if we effect a sale or lease we will charge a conmmission that may be agrtdl upon; if s." don't, we shall charge inothing foa ear trouble. Parties who have gins, mills, horses, mules, beef cattle, mnilch cows, hogs, sheep, etc., etc., can make similar arrangements. Thome, also, who wish to trade one sort of property for another can use our col Iums on the same terms. One thousand and Mfteen were registered up to3 o'clock yesterday evenining. The R T. Bryarl...

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 September 1876

zoIfr E4lrrniidt SA UlDAY, SEPT. 9, 1676. BzauorIOs NOTICE.-The Rev. D y Boddie will preach at Liberty Chapel, Wednesday before the eound Sunday in September, at 11 am., and at Black Creek, on hursday, at 11 a.m.; at Tyson's .hool-house, Friday, at 11 a.m at Gray's Creek, Saturday, at 11 a3.; Colfax, Saturday night and Iadsy-being the second Sunday is September. -The Republican Parish Con rlion will be held at the Court gomse to-day. ',-Those visiting Colfax to-day agbt to call in and subscribe for th CaeOSICLE. ...The weather is extremely hot is this season of the year. -The health of the parish is wy good-very little sickness seept light fevers, which readily sbunit to properitreatment. -Wanted !-SoL Kraft wants 1000 new customers to call on him sad get rare bargaias in groceries, plmisions, dry goods, etc., etc. -It was expected that our Par il Court would be in session this week; but Judge Stokes failed to pt in an appearance. -The Republican Senatorial Cevention takes place on ...

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 September 1876

ARTHI'IF ILLUSTIRATIED EV1 HOME MAGAZIN FOR 1876. Bright, chee-rft, prot:e"ive, al wayvs tip to the adva"l.i:ng thoughti of tho.titues. The lloine M;itgazui'o bakes rank with the ::o i;;ro and most intfientii.l peridicals of the day. It is on the side of to Illt antce Ind true ch r-tia lr Il.ralit.. Whatever is Ihurtfil it co"tien.i' -li without fear or :v'or, and ae., itself felt in the homen; of the peopl c as a power .fr good. one The Great !oun.-.clhi 31 :la.azile t o i America, is more througliy ide- 1; titled with the people in t;u i;" h'o cl and at ial ife than aiy tu1r pri- I odical in the conutry. "DI)eborah Norman ; lh'r work and 1D her reward." A new usrialXtory by tle T. S. Arthur, wa- commeuced in tial January. It " FIFTY YEARS AGO; or tht cabins of the West." by Ilt:.lla 1ieu. We annoulnce this new series tof arti cles with real p .eas:ute, knowing as we do that it will ibe ainmo1gst the Al most attractive that we sindl offer en our readers in tlr7h. Mi-s Rice, he-...

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 September 1876

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE In lnbcpenbent Journal, bcbatch to Fatal ani 6nurnra ctos, fiterature, ciunut, altarit, tti. LL I. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1876. INO. 11 (lf fa Ebronirlrt. ISI D EVERY SATURDAY, BY TUNSL : year, iadvance,-........ 00 months, --------- 7e ADVERTISING RATES: I SqUe. (1 .sch xrpce) first insertion. Se-ach 'sunwqe'nt iWit rtion 75 cts. !u lý e, unlse otherwise agreed Cards ln a Personal nature, when Sble, chargl t at double rates. - suional and Business Cardls, " sllure. 10O per year; two as tgra' Assorw xF~.Krs -$5. seb mutt in every instance ac ,,y the order. m. 3 m. usn. I year -, aja Sri $,:M ye.. : " i 45 _$b. $10I) SAll tlertisement.t s',entt t this wheu not tlherwise peetidedtl. will ',s.rted till forbid, and charged a. Obituary sad Marriage notties of square in leugtif charged us T u t advertisements paya m uadvance ; quarterly adas. montlhly ailVace yearly ais. lgtrterly in ad v exeept by eL;-cial cn,utra:t. Sadvertinaemleuts ar...

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 September 1876

bhe olfar t lbroliide. J. 31. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Saturday, Sept. 16, 0176. OFFICIAL JOURNAL10F GRANT PARISH. S ?"NOTICE. All Judicial Adv. ttiuinents, of ev e.y kind, mtsr he paid for iuredliate.ly after the tirst iu ert itp, othel 1i ise thel will he discontlinilc t...No eN, xcleptiol.ns will Ihe made to tltil rule. NOTICE. W'e would rlespec'tfully notify the owners of real wttatA, who want to a.ll or leaoe the samne, that if they give us ia description of the ladu, the termst of sale or lease, etc., c,,' will adiertise it in the CuaiLettIl .., anI d if t e effect a sale or lees, we will charge a commission that may hw ag,,reed upou; if we don't, we shall charge nothing for our troublle. Parties who hlave gins, mills. horses, mules, heef cattle. milch co we, hogs, sheep, etc., etc., can make similar arrangements. Thot', also, who wish to trade t1one sort of property for another can use our tol uttns on the same tt1lhs. The letter of W. L. Richardson, Esq., was una...

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 September 1876

SATUIDAY, SEFT. 16, 16 h. .We are now enjoying fall -".ther--cool nights and warm _The lesees of the,State Peni are about to erect a ware on the bank of the river 9site here,'as a depot for sup #i for the convicts employed on *s railroad. -We had preaching here on jgadsy last, morning and evening, Ie. & B. Cooper, presiding elder, Etiting. The Rev. Mr. Boddie rO unable to attend, owing to uaem in.his family. ...Parties who have traveled a eed deal over this and adjoining irbhe, say that they never saw 1eotton crop so far advanced Selirly in the season as it is at wat, hardly any anopen bolls cg upon it. This is singular, the backward spring haLd. -The weather is all that could i +a4ied for the picking of cot It is cool and dry, and no in the meaniug. The cotton dU-opened, and, as a general the picker are not up with -werk They ought to takej of the present favorable and devote every minute the eld, as in a very short we will have chilly mornings heavy dews, which will pre pic...

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 September 1876

ARITHUR'S ILLUSTRATED WOMU MAGAZINE FOR 1876. IBright, cheerful, progressive, al ways IIip to the advancing tho,ught t,f the times. The Home Magazine takes rank with the leading andi most intluet, ial periodicals of the day. It is on the side of temlper antie and true christian morality. Whatever is hultfuln it condemns without fitar or fiavor, and makes itself tilt in the bout's of the people as a power for good. The Great llousehold Magazine of America, is more thoroughly iden titied with the people in their home and social life than any other l.eri oc.cal in the conutri. "Deborah Norman ; her work and her reward." A new serial story by T. S. Arthur, was commenced in January. 1 FIFTY YEARS AGO; or the cabins of the West," lby Rosella Lice. We announce this new series of arti cles with real pleasure, knowing as we do that it will be amongst the most attractive that we shall otier our readers in 18r7i. Miss Rice. tib sides holding the pen of a ready writer, hi:s in her pol,.-..sion...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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