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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 23 December 1876

HE CO LFAX CHRONICLEK n anbcpcnbnt journal, bcbotcb to foal anb ituncr:a 3cis, ` ittrature, Stitre, grialuture, etc. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1876. . INO. 22. f:w (brolni(I. hit ar S Ill)A, BY th w1EEN Y ........ GRATES: w d ImlBuuiue'ei tnrds, ple) tirst insrtion, two lu itu s rtion i cts. lr a ltrare charged as a -- otb hrwi.t p eriw i al tit Ptill oarbidl nature, wh ti `l ..t double rates rder. t ii ertiriu senl ugt ehat l t at otherwis pr ell ,t ai i 'iL ye rlad Marriage nulot s, ati tiWQ by spec ial otract. e er. not i lmnt arte otf pai for time expires for whicl) tey a ordered to t, p1ubhlihd, 11 t,'. e eontinued, nlld payulwlnt texdited a Rtlae they appearet'd 1i the wOnK mut be paid for or de bow not hewr d of N ibe, - of Tbebes, and her tet zibl ? Niobe bad eve soulns e daughters, of whow suil vlwgantl) fond. She Qeverl' thew to slhde on Jl. i the neighIbor's cbild , . 1 the circus, City Coutitll r, nor any other place. ay the Theban! were elle g ...

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. — 23 December 1876

the &Ilfar AT on ice. J. M. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Saturday, Decenmber 23, IN76. OFFICIAL JuURNAL OF GRANT PARISH. Tilden's popular Majority over Hayes is 249,645. . If Grant-our Napoleon-hack ed by the army, carries his plan of defeating both Tilden Id lHe'n dricks, we shall see the last of our Presidents elected by ballot. If there is one thing more than another calculated to convince the public that Hayes's claim is an ab solute fraud, it is Zack Chandler's violent and vulgar assertion that he was fairly elected. The Harrisburg Patriot says t that Mr. Tilden will be inaugurated t President peaceably if no fraud be attempted, forcibly if the people are compelled to put down ballot-box stuffers and return forgers by the strong hand. The Botchilds, from the com plex situation of affairs have lost confidence and notified this Gov- d ernment of their.,rejection of the p last loan taken by them, and that they would not expect the January a' installments, as the bonds would...

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. — 23 December 1876

t &olfar & tickl. SATURDAY, DEC . . 6. LOCAL ITEh' Sse legal advertis d inl er column. Who is going to ., ,rr'ieti S That's the qllues d Red is very lo .1 the boats are "going " it wish 'xerybo1dy their is a nerry tCh s. nt sesrch fails I ('arth sion of the u:,. .lued lad the whanlzgdo. Pt ill ometh and barketdl the tree. Tilden is elected and v v yon -ford to eat butte y'ounr Last chance! Leap <,.r has ly leaped away; impr , each ug hour. y that boy a couple :cks e-crackers, if you ..t to peace in tile fauiliy. testimonyo of (). A. ,' . ho the C('c grc-.i,,;: 1 (' : . , .r , fou:id in anothr c,:i rl:u. d Glenerial ItaIe I:iuittou's z; i, s a "''st.nultr. it will, -111 on t t ir t lpugo in to ' papr. time for , cr, i , ' w will ~o()h ll I t ! it ioat low 'u ' I. bat sodld. Whiteq,it clord i,i , \as in jail in Monday l.st for and wou:r.lnlg of a:.uther - iu, lued Fostt r. using to see tl.ilt !itt!c ag afttr lis a,:-t, r it l by what ih lctlhur- 1 for a dinner cl,,th ...

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. — 23 December 1876

WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. It is the People's paper, devoted 7 to their interest and welfare. It is an impartial friend to all men and measures that benefit the country. It is the enemy of all men andIi measures that seek only personal e gain at the expense of the country's welfare. Its editorial columns are for the especial purpose of exposing the1 frauds of government officials, and laws couched in language calculated to deceive the understanding, anti make plain to its readers the mo tives, causes and effects of general and special legislative acts. Its news columns contain the latest news and intelligence that can be obtained from the four quar ters of the globe, by meaus of the telegraph, mails andl correspond ence. Its agricultural columns are the best adapted to the wants of farm eri, all of whom are invited to give their ekperience and results of new ideas and ez4*rimnents of all kinds of improvements calculated to ad Vance the fiAuing interests. One issue ...

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 February 1877

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. r nbtpenlbtnt %urnal, beblaeb to a ana l rnb Qtner i f riter aturt, Scint, 0$girIturt, tc. OL. I.I COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1877. INO. 23 CARD. Sit hu Iexterai vly reported by -seiing rmaclure companies and ardkrs.. t L :. inmufacture and .f .i. ". i,' .AKER SEW G MACINE.: L,-. I a suspended, " tLe :chic-- s .::: parts could no - obe tiied, I i, g leave to state S ieue.: of.."''facturing the ahie ha o'aL, l'en changed, and the s'pply i,% ll.. L l.rrer, and better, the sale of th·ce 'c'lebrated Ma more %igorousl pushed than Sbefore. The 1polularity of the OVElt A& iAKiE'l Machines is hard orercome, ,.d :: es only by -such a-ids 1n tisepreseltatiJns that many is rvals even effect a loan of their hines. ROVER & BAS EI; S. M. DEPOT, S, Chartres streret, N w Orleans, La. II-. '. TBUE, Agent. ber 21-4m rTTY P IAN O. LND ' QCUARE AND UPRIGHT. i instrument is the most handsome "beet piano ever before manufactured i country or Europe,...

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 February 1877

LhC ý1fa* 1T hninrle. J. M. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Saturday, February 3, 1897. OFFICIAL JOURNAL CF GRANT PARISH. LOCAL BREVITIES. -All well in Cal far. N -e-The CHeosIC.E makes its ap ( pearance again-if it is on the alf shell. -Our market is being well sup plied with fresh pork, at reason able rates. -The weather for the pastweek has been delighitf. For thirteen or fourteen days previoas neither sun or moon showed their faces -Now is the time to tare up your ground fo, a garden. The garden is half the livi;g of a fam ily. -The whirr of the cotton-gin is no longer heard in t:e land. The snowy staple is ginned and baled, ready for shipment. -Montgomery is quite a cotton port. Two weeks ago thee were over 1200 bales waiting shipment at that point. -The Lowus No. 3 passed down on Sunday last, carrying about 1500 bales of cotton. She got all of her load above here. Her rates were X1.50 per bale. -We have two District Judges in this disthiot. I:. A. Hunter re ceived his commisss...

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. — 10 February 1877

TIHE UCOLFAX CH1RONICL . 4r bancpcnbcnt ýournal, bcotib fto Foal anb cn(en1ta, icratluc, Cient r, i ritulture C (t. OL. . COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1877. INO. 24 CARD. VH CA D ? hastbeon .. tentiriY reported by G. rrl ,Ct;t w ulhit-e cnolul'ani cu and et pecddiln;, thtat tl: i nlnnnfacture anid Fr '1 ttf the GrRUVEit 31tAEI SEW 6 cii1CNIsL, had hIAel si;s1iL.dled, i tb' 1 ihites at: l t1:,' parts ccuild u tn der be ot·n1, I)n g leave Io state til t ,:f n111rnufactnriug the it hie osbin O been chunlkebd, and Ul tbe rnpjly will be ;rger, id lttter f d the sale of tho'e Ctelrnted Ma O5 niime Ntig rOilly 1iiChil, thannlu - t l efre. pi, 1pviulirity of the ii ' l::t.\1 i: int.. is held se,` utro~,a~ it p. toll- by stc" i th:,f tatn i1 .11 its riv , ef~~lt a 1(,au "r l ivil n] Line;. tI I ti'OV1.li AM1 ' 1 r.tbartres etz,".t 1 A!), trleus 1EI(,l t L11E ..\' l1 'lAtliI' w Tibh iv'trat unt is ii most hitndsoui t% ~~.'. r 1L.iuii nliuflt1i' `ired ea iii Ci~tl iii. wit...

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. — 10 February 1877

J. M. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 8atarday4 February 10, 1877. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF GRANT PARISH. - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ..- - LOCAL BREVITIES. ,W The health of the parish is good. .f The weather is beautiful. W' Hoar frosts some nights this week. r' Business is not as brisk in Colfax as it was a few weeks ago. " The health of our parish is so go od, that our doctors have nothing to do but talk politics and crack jokes. ' Under compliments to Mr. Geo. Hamilton, clerk of our favorite packet, the Bar t Able, for late city dailies. ' Old Red is coming up gradually, and the probability is that we will have a good river for months to come. r The frogs were singing "Spring- e time has come, gentle Annie," two d weeks ago. C t One of the beet items of interest . we know of, to our mercnants and buasi- w ness, men is to advertise in the Canox cr.z. It will pay. Gentlemen, "don't hide your light under a bushel." WIn our next issue we will lay be- f fore our readers the paoceedin...

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. — 17 February 1877

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. An ~nbcpcubcnt ~ourna1, bcboteb to 2ocal anb (!iicncraL 4rtos, 'itcraturt, cdenec, bxrituItuuct ektc VOL. I COLFAX, GRANT PAXRISHi, LA. SATURDAY, FEBRUAR Y 17, 187i7. NO. 24 CARD. lc ! has en Lxten1zivtey reported by tod .eting nxaeliio coluipanelt and their pedd erde that the watnuufot irt til N:k1of the GRh)VER t IBAKER 1bLW L'fi MACHI\E5 had been ~aiisp. tleti} $1d the 1,ine;ini aInd tLe paIrti:t."ild nLiz jingtperbe otiutinid, I boi leave to -t1it' fiait tdo bniinrer of in.tiuufaeturiih tli.r naaChilrs hIa ONLY bin shruugtd, :aid tbut the supply wlill be larger. and la tter, rod the Visle ft these 'eltrbratcti 'a. diiiie5 nweue sIgorot'ihy ' uldllt:l tital etet l0titC. 'fbtt 1'i~ttjiila 'tiy f dthe to otetcorur, and it ,t . ly 1)3b silt :, n,"U imd' uijrej,ft-.4eutitii 'iN that 111:1 2 of Itt ritsmla t ill e:2tCt a . ,i ti+ 11 Via : ('hartr'aea rt, ,' su, .. ii. ii. ''t tig, ut. Ociebt-r :'21-h ~arf - WtA) sQC\ SQAE AND' U :wi Lii Tlls iustruwe it is thew m...

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. — 17 February 1877

iollar (lbronile. .1. .1. S\ EENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Saturday. February 17, I~?7. OF FICIAL JeUFRNAL OF GRANT PARISH. LOCAL BREVITIES. -The names of delinquent tax payers will be publlshed in our next issune. "By the eternal," Louiiiarlr will crawl out of the big end of the horn. Our complimucts to W. H. Chtes ney, the popular anul genltklanuly clerk of the U. H. Dut fee, for L'e files of New Orleans papers. The C. 1. Durfee to;iched helre ait night. S ,1i h t it 11."% f"v r lo for up-river landings. -Tuesday last was lMardi Grars day, and in the larger ciles -New Orleans, Memiphib, Shreveport and Vicksburg-King fmonus and cir nival reigned suprewme. his sub jecte in the city of Colfax fetl slighted that hii Ma[jesty dil not issue his edict to them, sign-ed "Rex." We are uyt.,,,hibdi the times in this section, and it his Majesty only oondescended tao favor as with his prtseouc, he would be a.touished to see wuat a "Mystio Kese" we-coald turn on in Coll. , -A vrit.e e Schange ...

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. — 10 March 1877

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE 0. ge.rprOnt laurmal, bRtAb to Poral anb s&HralA . ts, 8itUratYrtl, Science, grimnt.urt, etc. VOL I. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1877. INO. s6. As it has been ozts3ivey repated by aW - machine companies and Sdde, tnthaet tee manufecture and eof she GROVE'R & BAKER SEW oM ACUNS had bees suspended, sad the maheines and the parts could no r obtained, I beg leave to state that the business of manufacturing the mebi bhas o.s, been changed. and that tsar pl will be larer, and beatr. od te ale of them Celebrated Ma sbie e a igously pushed than vr bete. The lopularity of the OrOVEB & BAKER Meohine is had ,t overcoeA, and it is only by such -van and misrepresentatiuon tut many of it rivals even effect a loan o,f t:i;ir OOVER A BAKEV S. M. DEPOT, 4o. b Chatrti street, New Orleans, La. IL I. TRUE, Agent. Oetober tl1.4 TYP IAN O. GRAND SQUARE AND UPLIGHT. 'This instrument is the most handsome -ati best piano ever betbre mannfaetnrcd inthis co...

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. — 10 March 1877

Eg , al Qranidr. J. WEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. .saturday, mArch 10, 1577. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF GRANT PARISH. LOCAL BREVITIES. -There was ice formed yester day morning. His Honor, Judge Ragan, ad journed his Court yesterday eve ning. -The river is still rising, and at present is in splendid boating con dition. -At the late session of our Po lice Jury, Mr. A. L. Grow wag ap pointed Parish Trensur'r. -Judge W. L. Richardsonu nd ftmily have moved frorm M. nt gomcry to the vicio:ilv (of.: 'c:. -Our Pari.h Court wa, in ses sion this wrek, Judge A. V. Regan presiding. -The steamer B't Able was t'enty-five hur hLbhnd her uh&u.l '.:neo .;. : .. :t trip. The reason was, we u '... formed, a very heavy .eight. -- Any pcrseo wanting a good new sewing :.achine, from the atencny in New Orleans, can save $20 by applying to the publisher of this paper. -Peach trees have been in blscm for more than two weeks.- It is to be hoped that w will1 not have late frosts this year to de stroy the peac...

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. — 17 March 1877

THE COLPAX CHRONICLE. n ni pnbcpcn~ent ournal, bcbotcb to oral ainb c6tntra l 1eus, fittrature, iciinct, cgriculture, etc. VOL. I.' COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MACII 17, 1877. INO. 28. \\ \j~.,I[IN(TO Ii ifIi :LigoliatiuO Ct.C* iUCi',* sMe )[(r ,) ' :rt', 11 °1' I1 a tL ; t it r i~pit ii1.ici i t' tit of Ii "' or 1 1o1; but hit ,t '-ily IF i,:t I lellring HZAY i:-' F P lUC. It Hlayes' i1l ttl;'iill ;, l1C,·cY' w il be delivered Iii about aLl I!. -IIht fl-, III low. it is fl0u: 1'::, Ilu'el. at. s: n ,r isit re ,..ark .hi' ,lrii, rt :t.i to *i the Siuutier:;i 1ji-'LI (,u. Ott this i. puitit, Have iar i.1OaCcil tie ex- :1, pesct;itl(:l of e\-·cTr t110 ? ,Ilot Sail-n p 'Iilift of hi';, C .IlsI r% it jy*O fri& s1:, 11cc , it stei ll ;' a'i hc rci i to, ·ili .t feral the b'ii of ain elitiro' new y diepartiure a:ll :> coitplete reoon- sj stlI U'tIh(ut of lliC:l 1' a . l, ,. He Ih semis to Ihie tatkcn tutu hits in ILLS l teeth, as they uiVý of a rate biori~. *\ aud Lot bo...

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. — 17 March 1877

,4c (Bolfiar O onictr. .1. M. SWEENEY, EDITIT AND PROPRIETOR. outurdayl, nArch 17. 1"77. . C?Or L J"13.J AL OF GiA'Jr PAijr. LOCAL BREVITIES. -Our fu .3w . z<bii. I it,1,I, 1.. -'ro-daky is tt. Patrick's daIy. -\. ug.t'," 11 3jpl 33g 3.33t1.33r. -;'L3 ri^r 1m5313,31 1 alt.e Desperate Attempt to Escape from ftail. 0;. Ml:.a e'. 3-hag ia~t, n!. n u ,r two: thy l,. i ·ty" : hci al, Dan. H. I. ht`1~1(~ 3 ..1113v J).r-e ,tlly 13 fllit, ill"'- .113 3 II 3..l .3.35 33333l3ii'1· Iin 1our1 j.ll. 1 X :,Ll :1iaj1oi ., ti 11IIu is il ,l'u l e tilrl '~l t -at:: a1 333l.r~ 133331k Mr1,.. "alli'. 33, 33 .313313 p333i333, (33 3ll if iii*il t,. 33331 133 31i., 3 3. :11.:1.,! atltll a i. x lilol ill '34.1 333331 (31r 33334 3llu . aI1j333 fil~~i t 13333333 13 Iort'13. sal. ilt' .1331i4}; th 13331 Iri. If.. felil \r. Fetcher- i 'itit flit- 1313W, a1nd31 it'ii jniupel oink 1-11 --l 'II1 -' 3333i334 hii3 di33w 33 xiiih ills kuI." --inljrling 1 int11 C,3(53jcitl!' iii hll3 the i'".t u1.!"It:i.li. .11...

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. — 24 March 1877

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. n WAhnbpnbtnt Journal, tbeborb to ftatl anb 6nur getos, fiteraturt, $citce, i gritulture, etc. VOL. I. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1877. INO. 29. Sto, tt fi tbronirlt . c ULTURwt.Y, 3l.tRCI 24, 1877. TKBE laG IN CAMP-A CRIMEAN INCIDENT. 1ST SAYARD TATLOI. re Giv aw a song !" the eo'dierI cried, The oester trenches guarding, wheA the heated guns ot the camps grv weary of bombarding. The dark Redan in silent scoff Lay grim and threatening under, And the tawny m ound ,f the Lalakoff No longer belohed its tanudnr. "Give us a songo" the guardsman said, ", We storm tae forts to-morrow ; mlg while we may! an other day Wl bring enough of sorrow " They lay along the battery's side Below the smokin c:annon have hearts from Se'~ru and from Clyde. And trom the banks 1f Shannou. They sang of love and not of. fame Forgot waa Britain a glury Each heart recalls a ditlerent name, But all sang " Annie Laurie." Dear girl! Her name he dared not speak, But alas t...

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. — 24 March 1877

- 2 !itr ronicit. .T. M1. SW EENEY, EDITOR ArD PROPRIETOR. .:aturdaiy, MIarch 21. I 277. FriCi;L I.URNIL 0- G3ANT PAASH. Ih'yI nit. I di.~,e,ntiued aftlr tte" fr:t in-i r/.n. LOCAL BREVITIES. -1Freiights are going up to flu l card rates. -T:;alhe Mteann to have imnprl, t-ved a little the p.st n·cek. lP'eopleh fjm the co-utty ar-  giouiil:g to bring iii eggs, butter, etc., l'pretty reegu lurly. --\We have heard sonme of our, c.it izens wishin., that our friendtl in tlhe country wouIlki bring ino noo- li.'iin chicki-ls. 'ithey apItr'.ti to Ie afi ct - ed with fod' stii.whs. -We have a 4ery good Io.atihl:. stage of waltr) in the river, maxd are apt to il.avVe a ri e firom thel late rains. The' boats are not takitng 41til such large loads of cuttu i as tlhe} did a motlllh ago. -On a foggy night this neek. a lot of wild geese flew I' 1 ero 1r. town, not much higher than the rootfs ot the houses. Their ra.:k( we.e liask-n and they apiearud to libe iin gleal coufusioi. They uIldoaht .dll ...

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. — 31 March 1877

. a m ; n e-. a ¢H ao. .a: OL II . COLF-'t, G T .ý' A. 'R .. " " .. . . . . ' -  i - ': - "-"' *---* ., -.._ -., *_ ._- ..- ... '.a ,. . .i *:.. ..  ... " ... . . " . .. . ,, ' , , ,,,2r, - ,,, ull pWAY, MADO M .81, 1819. Ywrk Lett. Ys, March 15 "7. - the p-i of the great marks an impor ttht al ie rogres of this i..tmat work. or months pst use habsv been quite a tur.ber of _wp bles drooping from one to b"hw sad lying like graceful ir tleads againat the sky: bt to they have completed a ihot 11e the whole distance ame tlw York anchorae. to tast Brooklyn. This bride it o asmdosed pathway of oak Jn is all some three or four bt wide, d slang along two trad.like wire repes, which enrve a had-rails during the passage. F-.a below, the bridge with a ua traveling on it bhs very much t- adt of a fly crawling along a prrow ribbon, and merely to oti up at it sad realise the stretch' Svraesey between its frail .trno tre sad the rivir is enough to' mks say ordinary stomach tur...

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. — 31 March 1877

J. M. 8WEENEY, je EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. hi p Saturday. Marc'h 8. 1t7. p OFFICIAL Jk$I AtOF S6Uir PA.l8H. !P" All judiciul adverliisenewts a m el be.paid for in advance, or ti they will be disomntinued after U.. 3 se isertion. r LOCAL IREVITIES. h -*1 -Yeterday was Good Friday .M -Parish Court wi be in session on Moeday next. R --To-mrrow will be Easter undaiy and A-Fools' Day. Don't --Mr."rtsti informed us that in ashort die he will build and establish a regular market-house in our towa, where fresh meat can be procured very day. -We understand that it is the th intention of Mr. Scheen, of Cou shatta, who recently purchased the Merehante' Union Telegraph tj lime, to establish an orn perp n neatly at this place. --_leval parties are complaiun- s ing of the horses, cattle and swine thit are ruaniog at large. The tb corn is now up and they will do as eqasiderable damage. Let the owners tie ont the two forier and pen the lattr. d -We reeived no mail on Toes- a day. It eone .i on. Wedn...

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. — 7 April 1877

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. An . bnOtpmnAt 1Sm al, btbate to fca anT UeneraYl ,ibs, iltrature, Sdriren, griim r, f O. VOL. u. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 7,. 1877. 1 NO. 32. 6c (ýýoI-f- - -o - t SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1877. Our New York Letter. . Ns Yuos, March 16, '76. £liaer gCss5lcc : The week has been pretty well S Ak in'b iterest and excitemenut. eT peaceful outcome of thelong crisis in Washington, the impos Sig ceremonies of a presidential iunaugratioin held at a time and Sunder circumstances which render ed them the most impressive in half a life time,. the initial strug gles of our new and strangely con ditioned administration-all thesa events, though transpiring outside of New York, are of as vital and intense interest to the city as though the City Hsll were the National Capitol, while besides this grand train of occurrences, we have had enough local happen ings to keep our eyes and ears well occupied. On Thursday night a fire broke out in the large buildiug on the co...

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. — 7 April 1877

J. S. \VE'YEY, EDITGi, .ND PROPRIETOR. naturday. Apri- 7. (1477. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF GRANT PARISH. sA Ill jutdiciul a lc.rttiSt lmnts Suatl be paid for vi, adrca'e, or tiOwq uill be disvJnltiuedtl after the fir:.. t ..... , • n LOCAL BREVITIES. -The river is again rising, and it is apt to come up a few feet front the 1:;te rains. ---1)Dr. Philijp Goode has again re turned to Co!fax. All who kinow the Doctor are glad to see his jovial countenance again. 11e has been on an extended visit to his relatives and old horine in Mobile, Ala. --We, uhnder-stand that the ste(.am saw-mill belonging to Mr. Win. S. Calhoun, will again le in operation in a short time. Mr. Calhoun has secured the services of It person %% he will rua it to its utmost capacity. -Chas. 11. Tlhomas, who ran on the Republican ticket at the late election, for Reprpesentative fromn this parish, has got a seat. in t'he Packard !louse. Can that body have the shLadow of a claim to hgit imacy or l.gality --The weather for...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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