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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 April 1879

l CE IOLFAX CHRONICLE.  -- ----y -- - .. . . . . .. . .. . . .. . . _.  - . . . . . .. . ... . . , - : L = _   '  = ' - . J _ - r  _  - - , , - --- - z - - - " " - - . rmocratic otarnal, bcboitc to fItal nb 6nrrl fl cbos, iiteraturc, SCiUa1t, gtitalltr, Otr. .Ll COLFAX. GRANT PARISH, LA.., SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1879. INO. 22. .ed PUBLISHEL* TERS: sdý '....... 2 jr dvwaD ·· ei i ........ 75C 25e a t& eid of the year.) gmbsequbtt iud(rrtion i l) ets. 1 square charged as a pleas oLherwise agreed dpesoru nalture, when ged at double rates. and Busines Cahn, -0o Po yei two WWOCNCrM. ;TR- t5 sal in every insLtaice ae rbr I ml3 rx4 ma, I year I advertisemt'it Pays quarterly ailh, nitmntimly .mr ads. qiuarteFrly in atl by spc~ial coiitr :t. N We on Pt ipi for expires fur wi hici tulmy ttdm to he pmhlthedt ti"' stalmd pa% fnl.nt exacta d g04 th'·y Jtjtj~taied ii the y~snttiemtr t sent to hisl *tberu iiKe pwmtjbm1. w illi a yebti, t," of erm no lungth t hurg'mI :15 t IU muns be paidi...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 April 1879

Qte aIfar ( ronicle. RIAGAN & NASH, Pnorsamona. cE. G. GOO:DW N, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1879. AGENTS. Mr. A. A. Goonwzs. of Alexandia, is an authorized agent f tise ('iR 'NI. .u, sad wil eoatract for advertietuenutes and receive smbeoriptious. Mener.. McCans & Bro.. of Mount gomery3 are our nuah.,.ised a~ents. WEN IS8 GRAIT TO HAVE A 0OURT HOUSE ? Prom present appearances it does not look as thonugu (jeant parish was ever to have a court bonse, or even a parush seat. Promises have been made time and again that plats would be do nated upon the present site of Cotfax for all necessary public buildings, and lots sold to private parties, butL as yet we have no guarantee that these promises were made in good faith, and, in fact, have more ground to doubt theis than to rely upon them. Some twa. or three partis have tax titles to as many acres of this gruound at is are going ahead building upon it, but for our part we would not care to run the risk they take of ha...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 April 1879

XIVAYIPA APRIL 6, 8i"9. a judicia adoertiaentet for in deusnce, or i xauend after te 1jury meets frst Mloaday w Jekeon'as Best Sweet Nav. nua ly r. l Olut isr amd to le offer S ogiIdimg lots for sale on the 'pl0te oIfax gi weather is dreadful dry for M .mso, and planters are cour fj of harm to tile enrop. i A. A. D)eau expeots to go t, Orleans in a few days to pur ylnmmer goods. iBe on tihe for them. Q4 o an improvement has been e is the lerks' osfle, in the idsf a eaet i whicb to keel, abrish remnds, eta Weregret to learn of the death i !de D. Kelly, of Winn pariuh. Ilrdge ma waa •ged and( ildn aJd eitss and is a great l)04 to !t priersh. u Ibd the OUlfaxiaes will hold 6i iL pie-aie sad lh-fry, sndi terrow they will feel extremely -ri while engagred in the plesa t.mpation of picktng tick". AI Foni'' Day bronuht with it ti o teal practical joke. of the I mad eale of lour citizens re rc thmuseive on eottn t fritt-rs. "r ther went around bhunting t amebody who didn't want thº d li AC...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 April 1879

Ode iHp jeu'lrs. t ti 1 .L are ar tu ,g :iranu ,t o r ,.::' ant )I s,-us.ing their ,own a'1l thi. r xii,- b Ind tlhe, i,ok of conrrtet that I- .~i n on ( each fate Seems. to.say, I havo fI. ad my eppro In ar-rotun aied t.b crli's . halt4 . they Olt, And serenely chew borrnwid t,'ar u, and spit; While the i-torin tLhy tell and the jok'cs that they crisck Shk,ow that tbt-ir hearts have grown hard and nuioubtt'dly black- While bat ting arouun,. The etu aroulnd is a maln o f no i'alnsi, Ai; h1s tace wa,;l d ,n,t pa- 1t a (qunt (,t white7 1 a1... Yet he sotuehL- V or other coutrvrs to 'xY s:, c And is frequentl) seen with a dtink in but tist V\ hdle sitting around. The loungers they toil nut, nor ; t d1. they j ,in. I Unless it be yarns while enjoying their gin. They are people of leisure. yet often, 'tij true. TLey allude to the work the) are intend lug to do Wlhile sitting around. Titey are alwavs great talkers and al- a ways self-wise, As they whittle up sticks with horn l dspdle kn...

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 April 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. I 'emocratic roumral, tbottb to rota anb ýentrm tos, uitrature, ýcienct, gritulnr, tcr. IOI II. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1879. INO. 23. S. GOODW=. FIOR .12d PBS " a .. -....... 725 M ws nd qf tie ly .) de.s Ia ty, whi mi $ dou ble rates. p ar p eas ; two w Ai ,, .oW,.c.s1 - $. .ee to esey instanee ac t *rdesr. s-"$ by speiaal contract. ise* -e o nt paid for *iat .tpiras for which they bresdsred to be published, they egmiaued, ased payment exacted iWl ps they appeared in the M illisrteimtsets lons to this ie not etsberise pecited,. well sp fillsadl ebwad se " aegelosiceruof sneUf ie1 len*gth charged as p1WO1 must be paid for on de iJTs eOarZ MENT. I 11................F. T. Nichlls st Governor........L. A. Wils Unly Mts...... Wm. A. Strong ..r................ . A. Burke retis Ides':.. ..i. M. Laeekr gsi.... G. T. Beourd wara4ts ocar. LC. Maasig. Chief Juastie; Associ. s : 1, 1. MarL. Alcibiade De S.1f ,lc r ad W . A Enmg n. IN JCDJCIAL DI...

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 April 1879

ýý c1ealar Lgronitic. RIAGlAN & NASH, PaorP1rTonr H-. G-. GOOD'FTYN, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, APRIt 12, 1879. AG EN'rs. Mr. A. A. Gnoor, I. ,f Ahlx;lni. i, i soeathoeiresd agt nt. of tie !'IIH .N.s LE:, and willconttatct fuoraldverti-ellelts an peenfve anbsc iptloun. Mease. MCCaDI & Han.. ot Mont naloy,. are our saaharl.rd ig'ant%. The $purta jlll Irnelltd on tint moining of Mnrc.h 27th. ?bThe Cduttitnutital CIoi veutio, will assejnble in New Orlauals . Monday, April 21st. The QuachtLa Telegraph dew. rat ask a submission of the Inea constitutioa for ratifihetion. A LEGISLATIVE FAUX-PAS. Oure last Legislature made ia Sweat mistake at its lust session iil not providing some mtealns to en asie the tax-collectors to culle" the tees in the various pari.l.h a where Auditor Jewel, on r·conft of yeltow fever, extendled the tiiu. ,or publishing delinquent t.x pa? - era. The Auditor took a go.Ni deal om himself when he aaasuwe. the autmhoity to do this, and, on der'the cirtms...

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 April 1879

galb Lbronickt. IY, APIL 12, 1879. id1cdL advertwementa _ if for in advance, or k da0R,"t"std ,fRer the Iks' Best Sweet Navy n30-ly - bewOie of the vegeta -a rdeoers ? erihb ever to bave the - of puris seat definitely - . "r. .;pprd preaches - vasrt bous tomotr *'dock. _..t---**- il rouS from Cotile to Ia been changed lately, m emplaint of some iu being caused thereby. sx men spend a whole pying croquet, one is led the game is either very " r the men have very -eoo Valley came up this itbeplace of the Bart Able, - RW. liea on the roof. Boisma0 o in the office e Mur thanks for thei, ir resuembeiung us with pper. raek a strolling comwpan trawlp exhibtiteli au lot of - serMcopiC views view. I dip for th,. eduicartio, of I - ern of Colfax. 1' lpri , r a wsi "ully ten e'eui.," iokinsg at tth views tlhei alpo b. the ple asure of t the strains (if a somutty I, i  blahkgnard "bilutfer" _spsay. About a dozen ap the audience, and r that they received full hrtheir ten cents when, ,at o...

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 April 1879

FlW !W3 MsUSElUI. t7~ 1 Inftmrnation. The best timber in a sound tree is always that part nearest the The tensile strength of lance wood ias double that of beech or ehemtnut. To clean brass ue a woolen sloh wet with water and dil ped in stted coal ashes; afterward rub with nadry cloth. After hams are smoked and beef dried they may be packed away in a barrel, between alternate layers ef salt. It i. said tamy will keep through the summer splendidly. For cinders in the eye use a small camel's hair brush dipped In water, which should be passed over the ball of the eye on raising the lid. The operation requires no skill, takes but a moment, and in stantly removes any cinder or par. ý d gIstiý di wilour in the least inming the eye. In order to keep the boune cool people should shut up and darken their houses in the coolest hours of the morning, leaving only ap pertures enough for ventilation, to which loosely woven mats of grass may be applied and kept wet, so that every breab of air com...

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 April 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S etmo cratic oAurnal, Gctbote to oeal anb 6rACraT metDs, AiOraI tur, Science, ,griculturt, GOt. L. II. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1879. INO. 24. :. G- GOOIWTr 1, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. TERMS: .ea, in advance,- ......$2 0( tbs, " .........1 2: sonths, . .....--- 7:x i0 if paid at the end of the year.) ;eaeh bsequent inertion 50 cts 6 ,mns of a square chsrged as a 0 $uate, unless otherwise agreed Cuacof a Personal nature, when ble, charged at double rates. -tional and Business Cards, S re, 10 per year; two cJraoS'A AsNNOUNCEMENTS - $5. sb must in every instance ac y the order. -lpa h .:3ms t 1 year g Colfli' $301 $45 (Transient advertisements pay" lsdvance ; quarterly ads. monthly _skgee; yearly ads. quarterly in ad saeept by special contract. rtiamests re ot -paid for unme expires for which they bees ordered to he puhlished, t lhe henoutinued, and paymenut exa:cted efll time they appeared in the W ll advertisements reint t t thi ,hen not ot...

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 April 1879

RAGAN & NASH, PRoPreroRua Bull, .. .------ time, _. 7. C. OODW Yr , wment EDITOR and PUBLISHER. cert SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1879. its I -- --- --- .... .... has AGENTS. a o Mr. A. A. Goonown. of Aleandria, is choi sa authorized agent of the CHRONICLE, next and will contract for advertisement' and shal receive sabscriptions. Meeser. McCArs & BAo., of Mont- is w gonery. are our authorised ageuts. -- cati' EASTER SUNDAY 8IX YEARS AGO. , e Last Suoday was the anniversary preC of the "Colfax Riot," which occur- tion red on Easter Sunday, the 13th gest day of April, 1873. The day of any the week, day of the month, and cool the movable festival of Easter all was came together just u on that the memorable occasion, but with the brel marked difference that whereas zeal the negroes and. whites *ere on thus the Easter Sunday six years ago eeo engaged in deadly strife, brought be about by a set of the most villain- des oa eomandrel that ever went on- der hang, on this Easter they net in ,...

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 April 1879

Soalfar Lbgrnicle. AY, APRIL 19, 1879. _iA judiciad advertisements f paid for in, advance, o, se discontinued after the are fine. beautiful and bright. mor corn and potatoes Iaekson's Beet Sweet Navy n30-1y is all the go now that Iaw is up. river has fben nearly four ee the rain set in. deers of the Yazoo Valley Msr thanks for a complete file beOrleans papers. and summer goods, which ibght low, are sold at bot :piNs by Mr. B. Turner, of 4 mdelacholy days have come, i the days most sad, when sit about the store and spit, ks the grocer mad." Ms this time of the year look Ik the average New Orleans who always imagine. f great importance in the village. .. Turner, of Pineville, has a large supply of spring eatmer goods, which he will at lowest cash prices. For delt in by hin we refer our to his advertisement. IGpireQrow made two couples this week by tying the knot for them. In one where he asked if either dany cause why they should h pined together, the young aid, "yes!" But the 'Squire...

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 April 1879

You may tr:ael through the. Niorli. but tuill lhe \try slow, It yon, li.ten to all that is said as you go You'll e worriett and fretted anld kept f, e : (p ust have .il pr, , E Oh ill talk. Squt'et a:rd modest, you'll have it pre syoed TIhat your humble position is only as surned You're a wolf in sheep's clothing, or else you're a fool; But don't get exeiied-keep perfectly F~oplepl. will talk. Aid then, if you show the least bold ness of heart, ()r a slight iuelinatiou to take your own part, They will call you an upstart, conceited and vain ; Buit keep straight ahead-dou't stop to explilin For people will talk. if firadl;'re yotir dress, or old fash loued( your hat, Some our will surely take notice of that, And hint rather strong that you can't pay your way; But dont get excited, whatever they nay, For people will talk. If your dress is in fashion, don't think to escape, You're ahead of your means, or your tailor's unpaid; But mind your own business-there's naught to be made For...

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 April 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. , emmaratiu oAurnal, btbRtcb to fataI anb atnra.l AbDs, Aiteraftrt, Scienct, 8gritu9tnr, etc. ) II. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1879. 1NO. 25. Colfar Bflrotnilt. s. G- GOODWY, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. TERMS: in advance,........ $2 00 s, ..........1 25 Oaoths, - f .......... 75e p-- id at the end of the year.) ADVERTISING RATES: S-(1 iack space) first insertion, -,t ent insertion 50 cts. SOW oherv'& gmJ 6t i eramal ntature, when , charged at double rates. _ l, _al and Business Cards, $10 per year; two G5A1M' Al NOUNCEMENTS - i h must in every instance ac the order. 1i mi.3 116 ms 1 year I Column $18 $30 $40 $61 :d 15 $201 $30 p~Trasient advertisements paya ajdvwce; quarterly ads. monthly ; yearly ads. quarterly in ad rssrpt by special contract. I dgsrtisements are not paid for itime expires for which they i orifelto be published, tbi'y bastinued, and payment exacted hl tim they appeared in the MI advertisements sent to this nwn not otherwi...

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 April 1879

RAGAN & NASH, PROPRIETrrORS. TI over iH G. GOOD ed t EDITOR and PUBLISHER. has the SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1S79. prol Hot AGENTS. Mr. A. A. Goonwis, of Alexandria. i T an authorized agent of the CHlttoNl(LE,, a u and will contract for advertihtnentst andBel receive subscriptions. Messrs. McCAIN & Bluo., of Mont- Hat gomery, are our authorized agents. sioL ling The Convention. line - Der The seventh constitutional con- ard veution of the State of Louisiana 'I met in the hall of the House of I for Representatives last Monday .at col 12 o'clock. Gov. Nicholls presided wet over the temporary organization, ter and Secretary Will A. Strong acted mo as Secretary. gra Only four delegates failed to an- hal swer to their names, among them ma being our Senatorial delegate, J ard F. MarshalL Lieut. Gov. Wiltz gin was elected permanent president. an aid Peoor Old Grimes l Old Father Grimes, otherwise the ycleped W. P. Guynes, has taken gri it on himself to villify the editor pel of this pape...

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 April 1879

y, APRIL 28, 1879. j ^ di td advertisements rfJfc in advlce, or discontinued after the sand rising steadily. r Sheppard will prea h to-morrow night. -4-C- soln's Best Sweet Navy n30-1ly, witb forty little chickens d the spring features of the d Golfax. Sinett is bailding a new e in this trade, is plaee att Able. *a in, go away and come + u other day-when the I seed you. -4~-- m. Hamer was in the once Syaoo Valley on her trip alk, ond as usual remember with New Orleans papers, for ye baos our thanks. owing money to the i for legal advertising will a favor by turning it over, Sa ewse a the disagreeable I Idaoning themr personally. lsy simple and most efficient of shelter for stock is that is. They can be built at li`tle expense--so little" that need be without them poor he may be. g Imts C·. H. Mumford and T. t rle have gone on %prospect Ittr to Sabine Pass, where they to locate, and are at pres winding up their affairs in this O with that view. Inuur--At the residence of I bride's ...

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 April 1879

iUMN FLLINfG STRONOGER THAN BOY IBH SPITE. [ Tosth' Oompanion. .] SNo boy or man," msaid the doe :or, "aceomplistes so much in life se the one with the bulldog jaw" .ad set purposes-in sbort, the oulity of holding on." "N-no," hesitated the colonel; "yet the success of these strong 'illed, obstinate fellows depends altogether on the track on which :ney run. They go down bill just as fast as they go up. Did I ever ;sll you about James Morrill ? " "Probably not. I don't recall t~o name." "Well, he was a classmate of mine when I went to a distant school, up in the mountains of Ver ruont. There were two of the Morrill boys-twins - James and Jack; red-headed, ugly fellows, so much alike their mother scarcely knew them apart. But Jack was nu easy, good tempered, noisy boy, .hile James had few ideas, and as tew friends, but be held to them with a tenacity which I never saw equaled. One day Mr. Ituddiman, the teacher, accused James of some mischief, I have forgotten what- the breaking ai a...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 May 1879

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. A cmcm ratic urmntal, bcbatob to. rtal an 6(~ceral etos, fiterature, Stiunrc , -riulturt, etc. L. II. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1879. INO. 26. EDITOR and PUBLISHER. TERMS: rst-, in advance,........-- 2 00 t...s, .. .......... .5 mtontl lt, .......... 7 "5c o f paid at the rend of the year.) ADVERTISING RATES: 1U re I(1 inch rspae) tirst insertion, of a Personal nature, when ble, charged at double rates. insal and Business Cards,  igure, $10 per year; two i CDATE' ANNot'sNC1EINTe - p5. S ub must ill every ilstance ac v the order. rpc la 11.3 (nit; ya utte c; L_, $20 jv, SlTranient adverti* nien'ts pa:ya irdvance; quarterly ad'. muonthlyi e; vearly ads. quarterli in i( , et i by special cLnt r,wt. " 4vertivlements are mot paid tfit thetime .ex,:r.,' tl fr h" , l ,I 1 , N ,en  rdered to h e 1.t )lih -l, t rh , brntinuoiU-d uaI I°ain t \.n t.t.ld I full time th.'\ a p ,':u d it. thI Wh orl not ,,tlt,,r' .e .p . iti d ! slrtd till f. l,.bid....

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. — 3 May 1879

UtAGAN A NASH, PaoPraTroa& I.- G. GOOD YNT, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, MAY :, 1879. - -.- ----. - AGENTS. Mr. A. A. GooDwJa. of Alexandria, iu an authorized agent of the CHRNsICLE, and will contract for advertiernents anud receive subscriptions. Mensrs. MCCAIx & BRO., of Mont gomery, are our authorized ageutts. THIS PAPER'";-, ' .. . vrltll Bur u P 11It ue tkit i, where, ad, -treir.J 4XitrLmSObemadecrtt IiiN NEW lYORK The Colored Victim. The excitement about the exodus of colored people to Kansas has subsided considerably in the last few days, and it is more than probable it will have about played out by August or sooner. mull the subject is much commented on both North and South. In several instances charitable societies have offered to lend assistance to such colored people as wish to go to Kansam and have not the means, and many will probably esubrace the over; but, as the scheme as now pretty well understood, and as some of the negroes who weut there are dissatisfi...

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. — 3 May 1879

AT, MAY 3, 1879. SjVdicwd advertisements ' pad for in advance, or be diecontinued after the Iekson's Best Sweet Navy n30-ly JI~ Elam has our thanks nal documents. iaders will find the com d the N. O. Democrat on p s'ch before the .onven adteresting. the first day of May two ,oongster, just in the goe spent an hour in the a, with a mirror, looking Swell for their saeet Tb. best way, boys, is to py girl to help you look. iOnes rumor, probably an hoas, has been going the that two children were and left in the road just. ,t ride of the Bayou Darro There is not a word of S it, sad persons repeating did story are very silly to srelisanoe in it. obsn IL Gray employed John Iored, to sell beef for him. tut drank, as usual, and got beble He was accused of f w ," and then bad brick mwed on his head by the d the first part. The out d it all is three or four law is which everybody but wyrsrs will come out behind. Don's get drunk. !ew IPessles. Slaw postoffice has been estab as the Colfax and ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 May 1879

4 Few Worlss. iS ( . l',P ay ue, Apad o. ' ()e point may be regarded as established by the doings of the contention of colored mreu, now in sestobt1 tbihU city, tln tirt L is thst whatever satCji aiLy have op erated to produce the discontennt which is rife among the colored laborers of cert.un parts ou this State, the occasion is seized by the refugee colored politici:ns as as In agency to promuote their owin pri poses. These persons are deter tuined to confuse the question to that extent that its real charactter Sill be obs.ured, and tlhat they may be enabled to turn it into a political issue on which they mayu seek the alliance and support of the great Republican party of the country. That issue is nothing else than the overthrow ot white domination in this State, and the stntautiouu for it of negro doUIi nation. 'T'here is no i.iealiug 1ii the charges of violenice, inltinmia tion and outrage against the white race, and the complaints of the loss of so-called political rights on...

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