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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 7 February 1880

gtJers Point of the Unite P Staten. . .-.-- 4 were asked, Which i I ern psrt of the Unite 00 od Alaska ? perhaps ma n =.L lioe ieof 4deg. froml th a " d to the Strait of 1) aw sswer would be inoor i` point where the Unites 49 deg. 23 sec. 54 min It is in longitude 9ý i$ C( e. west from Green : rds, at Lake of the WoVdt l ear-..er territory include : pide" beyond 4. deg *Ruiles. T'his little ex - n out into British Amer p ut, down upon somuu o let I have not seen it or It is indicated, thougl heGovernment and issue, %Oce. I observe it also ii oromQI Geographie-. buhi shows it most accu the Map of Minnesota I St. Paul Book anc cipan, at" St. Paul. Or ilps the Lake of the Wood: S.ws correct, or even ap the fact teat our coua Ut litle jutting piece of ur, te question arises, n that the boundary cidreaitous direction bsefollows: In the delini etPadri, signed (fepteisrer oi h Adams, )avid Hlart i Franklin, and John .Jay, S/ inoes the boundaries of . Is this article we find that s Supe...

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. — 7 February 1880

S1ec rolfar Qt ronirlt. IT- G. GQOO'IritW , ETDITOR and PUBLISHER. Subsoription $2 a Year. In advance. S\ 'URDAY, FEBBtUAltY., 1880. V'Jsdit~i Advwotisemn*ts o ust be paid N. ,n adeica, or they will be diseoniosaed i'jikr the firet insertion. AGENTS. .Is. A. A. GoonDwi, 4f Alexandria. is , .,athoristll ageut of the CunIoxlct., and wi I contract fjr advertiaoments and re cei ,'e subscriptions. Sieaers. M7CClIN & Bso.. of Montgem ery. are our authoriz d agents. LOCA I D)OTS. Pay for your paper. A full assortmeut of spectacles at T. M. Bioesat's, Alexandria. Paish scrip of 1878 for sale at this oaee at, 75 mats on the dollar. The river has risen as feet since the asia of last Saturday and Sun day. The Yasoo Valley, Geo. W. Ilea cDntain, H. C. Boasman clerk, bas our thanks for Si.i of late papers. We are glad to see our friends A. A. Dean sad Jno. McNeely back again safe and sound after their ex perience of fright on the Charmer. Cotton quotations closed in New Orleans last Monday 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. — 14 February 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. O rtmoratic juurnal, btbatofrb to oeatl anb 6cral $os, ifttrature, $titnr, griritrtu, etk. II 0A AT I L.A D F UY 18 IL COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRIUARY 14, 1880. INO. 14. - I- - - - ..... ..... ... & TURNER, C Jj d a large supply of SNO NEW YORK ! bseggbht low and will be - dg mottom Prices. Sq0, GROCERIES, 0Agg CUTLERY, TIN AND IDgLWw WARE, ~faits, Oils, Perfumery, Dye Stuff~, vwa'S, SHOES, CLOTHING, I SADDLERY, (pi1'T MEDICINES, A tl00DSe saly kept in a fret hor jalo0-ly adm - "- J NOTICEI d.a as suc ncessors to the I- da MILLING & BOLTON. are 1ig m will keep constautly on a lepm*ai eomplete steck of 0 uI aid Groceries, W0KlOg and HATS, MIAD MADE CLOTHING. BARDWARE, CUTLERY, IiOTIONS. Etc., Etc., B1duA will be sold at the LOWEST Sul ssN br Yourselves. dbi  M d as rpresented. SW. 0OLTON & CO. S.'dgrI, JaU. 9, 150. Ja7-ly --- T. M. BIOSSAT, WATOH-MAKER -AID Aa smIrtment of rJ ad ClocI ks, Oeposte Town Hall, W&3 AIRANwDRIA, LA. ...

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 February 1880

TIlE CIIRONICLE. COLFAX, - * LOUISIANA. ITEM3S OF INTEREST. PerPmoml and Ltterary. -Bret Harte is in London in delicate health. -Mr. Habberton's " Helen's Babies" has appeared in a French translation. -New York is just as crazy over the "Pirates of Penzance " as it was over " Pinafore." -Joseph Cook and his wife write so much alike that few persons can tell when one of his letters is an autograph and when dictated to his wife. -A writer in the Christian Inlclligen cer speaks of Robert Bonner as "the enterprising editor who introduced Ed ward Everett, Dr. Tyng and Sylvans I Cobb to the American public, and got Henry Ward Beechcr to dance a liter ary horpipe in the c.logs of a novel writer." -When N. P. Willis visited England in the summer of 1839, he announced in his journal, the Corsair, that he had "eng d as a regular correspondent a Mr." hkeray." When Mr. Thack eray's first letter appeared in the Cor sair, the Southern Literary Messcager declared that it "could not see its sover e...

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. — 14 February 1880

- TOPIClS. AR. flOW TO MANA€!:t dn style and rest have deterred To0r fromm the luxurv of an Ay ra le, the more styl antd j is adlapted to the pur Ot notion of such a - it almost air-tight to .h. hbat, whereas a large sr is necessaly to prevent The drier the air can I,e J dwe r. There should always fcetclihoZ over the ice, and to c should always be two 0 * on two .ide. of the top, two feet square, according t of the building. The outer -vbottom shou0lI be tight, so J ,the hot air,but the fonnda the ice is l,laced should oygh to admit of perfect This can be done by filling vow with about a foot of l]aoe which seantling can be laid, of beards upon them. the melting ice will through the boards and s al ek into the ground below. Sao odiference whether the bot lo0re or below ground, but the Mb ow be tight, and the bed blnia Rso arranged that water eoaalate. A foot and a half d  od bed upon which to w is not so good, mlllMgt to fement and melt the '~isc iag of ice, and the saw eausee it 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. — 14 February 1880

pegc Caltar tQ ranitle. C}_ G GOODWTl , EDITOR and PUBLISHER. Subscription 82 a Year. In advance. y.\'L'II:DAY, FEIIRUARY 14, 1880. S.l JAdieial Ad.ertix.ments mwnt be paid t- , alrosvri, or ltheý rill beI di.,cot.1,5M'd r trr the $rul inertion. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. GooinwlN. of Alexandris, is a . ,tt horized agenlt of the (ll, NIcI.L , and %% iJl cotitawt for advertis.ments and re c, i 'e nnbrhripptions. Moleers. 0JICApr & IIao.. of Montgom iry. are our authoriz-d agesltst. I, OCAI I)OTS. Sewing machines and attachments at T. M. Bioasat's, Alexandria. Parish scrip of 1878 for sale at this office at 75 cents on thd dollar. A bargain in a sewing machine can be had by applying at the CcanowsicLa office. For cheap goods go to the estab lishment of Nash & Williams, at Dean's old stand. Send your watches, clocks and jewelry to T. M. Biossat, jeweler, Alexandria, La., to be repaired. Revenue Collector DeGray was around this week giving out licenses. From here be goes to Montgomery. ...

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 February 1880

THE COLFAX CH1RONICLE. . gtmocratic aurnal, btbattb to oatI, antb 6tnral Eltas, iteraturt, Scient, jgricuttrt atr.. COLFAX, GRANT PARSII, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1880. INO. 15. i~· 19.1' 11 ·1 "'. ' ;OW jiHONIOLE, C j*d Wysseday, at }rant parish, La.. ,1,aua.scRIPTION. ..-:- ....... lu oo a D orTrnstIo. C/ d rgWd doable prie./ P J 3 6076 5 2 > 5 = 6  00 writers. 5 J 7 10 16 00 Sstoves! C I w; W. 0ooDWYN, ° i WUMr As SAPA WARE, .n sbje oand y Ost but All o sie tion M4ia d th me lriers d a elle w N klls two cake pudin prtreet. n ever tivter, three pi ~le of lof elw a nd two) pot cot S e3 . v eagOsine street and ~U~eatt ris befw Oreas - t E. I atr l, Ui8S0bs-gst. .. .New Orleans, I. YalPibTe~ae Deaesful trtreed. , Is DWoe MilrOS, opper o I4U b sl ul - m all osp er tUto nt; o AmdhsNr sadace made iron llr, tardtpsot puil ngbe p" the lmon Merchant. rVsr 1int, thre w pi tion o Ond. 7t 8trpep strairand - - M .. SHarel, 11S ORLEANS, OrLA.ns, os ti ia given to the sale of TAw, ...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 21 February 1880

TII1E Qll QIC . COLFAX, UOILtLNA. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. -Wilkie Collins says he has earned $150,000 with his pen. -The Atlanta COmstitution thinks Mrs. Bu et t hern dialect is not the -Mrs. E. L. Davenport, the widow of theia dttgagothed attnr; isgivtrg mat ic readiagp in NE W ok. .. ;. "Ouida " has written a new novel, entitled "Moths," in which many noted perpons will appear in very thin dis guise. -Mrs. Tennyson composed the music for her husband's song which appears in the March number of Bt. Niatolas. -Mr. samuel Smiles has received from the King of Italy a valuable deeoraston as a mark of the royal appreciatioi of his books. "Self Help," translated, has been sold in Italy to the number of 50,000 copies. -A prise d ot£ has been offered by the Rev. Wyatt Edgell, through the Sanitary Institute of Great Britahl, for the best essay that may be written by Aug. 1 naet,on "'The Cause of Hered itary Tendencies in Heath and Dis ease." -Mary Kyle Dallas lives ii New...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 21 February 1880

I - aIIJSE HOLD. Sj:ya making a batter it over a dish it ad well measonel h - i-kn pie can be made rea - . + An old and tuSYh It ait can more easily S-- e cooked under cec In any other wy the the closer conine- thi wil r - Boil tender, mash thý - ,icking mt the wood,, i 4w. s allow tw, e -ee teaionfQl of far t tablespoonfuls of f hlor. sh the iniihtd I fo)r tmd, then the baer for k. Fr as fritters 1 wh Apple pudding is p: i prepared and pet lace a large lay- cre in the bottom of a &far are bakingdih. Sit prc et. bakapwer tin cnrmti dihit isa thick one l~ otsekg buttor I2 ,~ aawer. Spread the thi , Fnsh-f m' two usfd wi ,ttw stablpon fiaTk fai Sbetter, on~half of a t S of parsley, S Idte, a l •a pint of mlk on t eat ajem'nd prrsley, minx the cel ast with part of the pa T'e add the rest to of n, and when the Milk an into it. Let it boil teln thi Sýtee, add butter and pa a: One cpp-of milk, two cups set Stwo teaspoons of aking- WE Sn ,d y aoonul.of sati to a e nof  ugar, of...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 21 February 1880

gQ 0ltfar 6tronirlt. H- G. G OODWYT, tdo EDITOR and PUILIBHER. riv We Subserlptlon 62 a Year. In advalnoe. wit SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 18ti, tr,. - di JadJudeiai Adertdamisseb uset k paid Te for i edesarc, or tey" will bdinlew eaj qfer the Art tfaerta. of AGENTFs, & Ms. A L GooowD. fo Altexaadri. s cas an anthortizd agentol the CuR ,,NICL, nd, will co,,tract for advertinements sad re ceive eMbeoriptiens. Meowers. ticCaix & Beo. of Montgom ery. are our allthoriL it agents. LO(CAL 1) '4. Swmng waschnee anid attachmweut her at T. M. BioMst's. Alexandris. Pa.ish scrip of 1878 for sale at this oMos at 75 cents oe the dollar. We will fuanish the Chicago Ledg er and the CnomehiLs one year fur $3. Those wishing watches, clocks and at jewelry, send to T. M. Rioeast, Alex andria. Mr. Robt. Lerage hau the frame- p, work of his residence already raised "upon the lot adjoining thatof Mr. H. in McKnight's. Judge Brgan inished his last gn eral term of court last week, and only holds one pro...

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 February 1880

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. H emocratic ourmal, btbateb to ~atal anb ( Seaerat JIets, literature, Seiren, grinrtazr, etc. OL III.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1880. INO. 16. yO Ill. ___ _______- -~-.-I- ------ 0 ALX CHRONICLE, Co Isd Every Saturday, at oGrant Parish, La., ..-B--IY S00- GOODWYN , _ ad PROPRIETOR. Oar SUBSCRIPTION. J...........2 00 p.............. _.........12 7nejJgjtl sy in .c0rro LgI OA ADVERTISING. CO m charged double price. 1 " 3 005 (9 tN) lit."h 2 - 3: 75 5 9 5(115 75 6 g a 6 5 1 5 70 10 t 02 O gYlasvrtisefenlts $1 per square for B eac; eah subsequent publica is per square. M iaaolitions upon subjects of .~ lsolbcited, but no attention - d to asaonyumous writers. l: Cano/Ns)L , Colfax, La. E. A. DUCROS, Q00mismson Merchant -AND- Cr ig, lBie aid Sugar Factor, s*-' Ca oadelet Street, up stairs, )MW ORLEANS, LA. aW Atedoa given to the sale of yaet felow and all other Country , . , ,Moss,T W&shd advaaes made on Consign jal7-3m CAP b Stoves! ...

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 February 1880

TIlE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. ITEIM OF INTEREST. Persosal and Literary. -Five editions of the memoirs of Madame de Remusat have already been published in Paris. -One of thb late Wm. M. hunt's pic tures, sold by the artist himself a few years ago for $8U0, has just been resold for $5,000. -Prof. Tyndall is giving a series of scientific lectures to children in London. He has just given one on glaciers. -Mary Clemmer has a beautiful house in Washington, which she paid for with her pen, and she gives brilliant recep tions. --Mr. Ernest Longfellow, son of the poet, is exhibiting in Boston a large al legorical painting called "The Choice o Youth." -Prof. Jas. De Mille, the author of "The Dodge Club," "The Crypto gram," and other well known works of fiction, died at Halifax, Jan. 28, in the 49th year of his age. -The King of the Belgians has con ferred the Leopold Cross on Rosa Bon heur, the artist. She is the first lady receiving the distinction. The King of Spain also conferred ...

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. — 28 February 1880

S~lese Emperor's Life. gOeg Kong Dail',/ Press gives the .account of the education of of the Chinese Emperors, and S gtic arrangements of the o. f the Manchu Emperors o), mdergo from their tender ,syrstenm of the strictest edu at about 3 o'clock in the , t'y rst take their lesson in 5 literature, under the superin eof the only tutor who has the Sshih-fu or 'master.' The tutor ofrom his chair as soon as the im 1 fpils enter and receives from the Somrtesy (ta-ch'ten) which is "arned in the same form. The du the seat of honor, and when t learned the pupil brings up ,kdeposits" it before his teacher to his seat to repeat the heart. If the lesson is not tbe tutor requests a eunuch in ijss to bring the ferule (ch'ing iakes a show of administer. ,sith imperial pupil is accomn 1 y eight fellow-students (plan kaowa in the Manchu language as g, who study the same book as master. When it becomes ml~y I admonish the latter more  the ha-ha-chu are beaten with vicariously; but when the im p....

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. — 28 February 1880

E- G. GOODWTN, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. Subscription 82 a Year. In advance. SATURDAY, FEBRU'ARY 28, 1880. rg-Judieial Advertisements mrst be paid I for in adeance, or they will be diiconln.ued after the jiret insertion. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. GoouWiN, of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of the CHa NICLX, and will contract for advertisemeutst and re ceive subscriptions. Mesaers. McCAIN & Bteo., of Montgom ery. are our authorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. Pebch trees are in bloom. The game law for deer is up now, so look sharp, ye hunters. Sewing machines and attachments at T. M. Bioasst's, Alexandria. Parish scrip of 1878 for sale at this office at 75 cents on the dollar. Those wishing watches, clocks and jewelry, send to T. M. Biossat, Alex andria. Our late neighbor, M. A. A. Dean, was in town Thursday. He reports trade good at the Bed Star Store, his new business location. Petitions to have the parish seat question settled by a vote of the peo ple have been extensively signed, and sent dow...

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. — 6 March 1880

'THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. SImocrati gaOurnal, tbrAotb tAo taI an.b t&nral Atos, ifrratrtH, 6tinrtt, 1gritul.trt, etc. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1880. INO. 17 OpiiH O TOIOLE, Every Saturday, at _ " -Grant Parish, La.. OODW- YN,- O° )'' here I~- " j: .aa iia arbin advance. Uý OF ADVERTISING. Fu sharged double price. ar 1 0 3 5 - lit*º." 3 7 5 9 15 75 " 5 7 1' l j 50 S 6 75 15 "52 ý i 0 10 0 16 Q00 a tI s ss~$ per square fore ýilsltli esaek subsequent publiCa s od wUs upon subjecte of isittid, buat ae attention M oy'"" t us write s. Cao CUs5cL, Colfax, La. Jos. E Ha trel, 1 IIUy PWAgoCE MERCHANT, ICg...aiste m....N·ew Orleans, La. Wh ' 8n . Deesattr Street. 5attltie given t b the sale of 1e1,*Talky, Wool, Moss, Bees. Feb Edrims sad all other Country ) Libsral advasees made on all t tssa sit ibctory arraUgeI a8 lles pasoersn , it will be to the b gs Jy my hmer customers to ad .A a isk regard to advances on ..iug Clos (oaDrop. MC Jolt E. HATREL Ms 7 K A. DUCROS, 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. — 6 March 1880

TIIE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - - LOtISIANA. ITEMS OF INTEREST.r Personal and Literary. --Sylvanus Cobb, Jr., has made $200,000 by his pen. -It ii said that Turgenieff has been forbidden by the authorities from carry ing out a plan he had formed of spend ing the winter in Russia for the purpose of studying up the present situation. --Charles Darwin, the English scien tist, has won the pr:ze of $1,400 recent ly offered at Turin for discoveries in the physiology of plants. He is receiving the congratulations of all the scientific men in Europe. -Mr. Larkin J. Mead, the American sculptor, is married to a beautiful Ital ian lady with whom he could not at first acquaintance talk, neither knowing the other's language. They have a charm ing home in Florence. Mr. Mead is one of the kindest of men and most gener ous of artists, always sympathetic and helpful to younger artists. -Herbert Spencer, the English phil osopher, is 60 years old. laving been privately educated, he was at first a civil engi...

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. — 6 March 1880

.c tbschkago Times.1 aI,$ AGoýCY, FonrT 1) . Janry 29.--On the gh * s 517jmping-off ". is situated e Meastern bouMdry the vajo Indians are in recept news from their " For years they have l" j Ji more land for their tree tbsirforefathers held As their great chief, h'11 council a few weeks Spesd as if there was a .efe east of Santa Fe " the Navajoes were Seer seemed to reach the father.'" Bt at last s man who, in Indian } alk gstraight," and their  at, Mr. GalJs East _ msag the area the V pgrth. t WkRh the ad N supply, they ean soon solution. in many respects - hors, the Utes and k thee cbisa oman's rights" exempliied among perst The wife not eyaebnt all domestic ar holds her property in Her share of the as sad ponies o set se and beneft. iem accoompany their dusiky ti cincil fire, and their low wmeet with ready at i m very skillful in the eerse. a hogan, or Indian SIt 4 logs or stone, plas nmust mstop as tbil .Ly q the house is busy tJdl tL b to be a choice pro ie1 fuagers deftly p...

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. — 6 March 1880

H-. G. G OOD Tw , EDITOR and PUBLISHER. Subscription 0t a Year, in advance. SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1880. y'Jadiaial AdverismesUts msu't be paid for is adeooc, or they will be discotiarsed, qftr the Arst iasertioe, AGENTS. Ma. A. A. Goopwwi, of Alexandria, is an authorised agent of the CusoacwcL, and will contract for sdvertisements and re eeive sabseriptlons. Messers. McCAIr & Bno., of Montgom ery, are our authorised geunte. LOCAL DOTS. Sewing machines and attachments at T. M. Biosat's, Alexandria. Mr. John BI Gray and family have left Colax to loate at Pineville. Parish scrip of 1878 for sale at this offle at 75 cents on the dollar. Those wisbing watches, clocks and jewelry, send to T. M. Biossast, Alex andria. River about six feet above low war ter mark and rising slawly. Weather cloudy and warm and threatening rain. Some of our subscribers owe two years' subscription. If they do not settle up sobn their names will be dropped from the lis. We should bave telegraph wires now, for t...

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. — 13 March 1880

Sntmtrratit I~unal, btbaftb to lotal anrb tnral t las, literature, ~eiStce, ý Igrtlr, et,. QoL III.# COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1880. INO. 18 oLFAX CHRONICLE, Every Saturday, at - s ~Grant Parish, La., -T- riJ end PROPRIETOR. .jg3%! OF CBSCRJ' I'TIONY. . ua .., r............ . 125 01!-!1' .....m"...10 . . AIlri ilamiably in .ulvauce. i vr OF ADVERTINING. mkdet charged double price.  lm.L m. . 6m. lyr. ! . 75 5 25 9 15 75 3 5 U 1 7 i 1 23 50 4 50 7 001I04 'flti TU uO $ 1N1 il7 513u 52 00 1 (*5, 00 (! O ell 00 advfertU eItnt $1 per square for r ples; each subsequent publica gaM agea per squfra S maie*ationa upon subjects of i 1Mes olicited, but no attention aLpli to asloonymous writers. Lgms: CUtlMYOCL, Colfax, La. s E. Hatrel, gifa PRODUCE MERCHANT, M1 *bStreet... .New Orleans, La 1ehouser90 Decatur Street. aLiastien given to the sale of . .lrr Tallow, Wool, Mose, Bese ll es and all other Country i betal advances made on all # oS made istiafactory arrange a- w...

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. — 13 March 1880

TILE CIIRONICLE.O COLFAX, - - LOUISIANA. i ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. -Mr. Dudley Buck is writing the mu sic to the libretto for a comic opera by Mr. W. A Croffut. -The feature of the February number of Macmillan's Magazine is King Cety wayo's story of the Zulu nation and the Zulu war. -Mr. Bret Harte, it is reported, is about to resign his Consulate and return toA America. The German climate has not agreed with him, and he has been far from well. --John C. Robinson, known as the lightning proof-reader, of the New York Sun, who died the other day, used to read a proof-sheet aloud at the rate of 696 words a minute, or 41,760 words an hour. -Mrs. Oliphant. who has serials now running in both Frazer's and Macmil lan's magazines, is probably the most prolific of living writers. Within the last three years she has published five or six works- several of them being three-volume novels-in addition to editing the "Foreign Classics for English Readers." She is now writing a no...

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