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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 2 June 1877

djj b ý (lronick. ýpýY J ` ;a7 7. TAwS ani Regulations lth r"bers who do not gave n pt t tthe courary, are w,dl hii1 toc.iotiue their i"_ l °' d order the dis borilrs mot e to scU oi thir uwriotdiuas F ,iiber 11:Y ttorinII+ t? eto ad bU d all arrearage" r a. t i t. heir ,,& olit c' ls tr l:;I t0. otIuice the% i.r"' d;re e d, t e ? t i. i ti , eof teir ulnia, a i or cr cd o t, h of tiU " . e to ..ti ter. rit l tut t Itt ai'Lrtll.IP TEad thei p::rls :ate re.;ct to rtdirti-ll, they are held c hourt . h1ave decidedttl that t~1 ore, r reiI *viug and 1 . 1, 6 w iUicallrai ar, 1. plitua tr oadof i teaii.1tt.t t it, it t who 'e cHivcS . a-- A lwaken lst, ,,f it, cut Sbaarutrtleted it to not, Ihe 1 JS.riWl rs 1;;I%' i.l : dv..u :e, S- ou lld to ytle 1:o t'..r to tae *r ati heLLI C Of tht I tite if ld tot wish 1 tocntnlu e titking yt .herwrtid the 1ubi:.her is au- l to aMtld It on, ;antu the 'bets will It' reslptsible u"lt il S uotica, wsth l,a3 11mlit+ o0t iVsi seat to the publisher...

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 June 1877

FARM AND HOUSEROLD. Chufas. I notice some inquiries in The Platation of the Chlufa, its hab s, ccltare, etc. Some twenty S-.trs ago I received five heed from c" Patent Office, and have planted Sti.,; ever sinoe. They are a grase n:' b'nt ot a nt grass. The nut es to the sireof a small gouber, i I have frequently made a .i.:~rt from a single nua. I have bc er tried them on very rich n L, J, and do not know how great a icld might be got from them; bi& it would be enormous. On land that will maketwenty bushels of corn, one hundred busahels of cLufas can be raised easily, and oue bushel of chufas is worth two of corn, as I will demonstrate. ' Is chuaeb delight in a light sandy ,il, but will grow in any soil. They may be plantod at any time hfrum December to April, as they ncý tr rot in the ground, or are ilju: ed by coldor frost. I am now planaing five acres with them, (Mar,;h 8.) 1 plowed the land smooth, and laid open shallow fu'rcrws two feet apart, and in this f,;rrow drop 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. — 9 June 1877

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. ,.n *nb.bent ýOf a , tRa aal aInb tal S o, itrure, SiEnce, 8 gric7 ture, Otr. OL. I. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1877. NO. 44. 1E-D EVERY SATURDAY, BY J. .h S)L gI K'C" TERMS: , in advance,........$2 00 .. .. , ..........1 25 a " --------.......... 75c jMERTISING RATES: S 1t irch space) first insertion, subsequent insertion 75 cts. of a square charged as a -wi, unless otherwise agreed t C-dsof a Personal nature, when i charged at double rates. and Business Cards, a a ure, O10 per year; two ms' AWOUNCERMENT8 - mih nost in every instance ac the order. 1-. 13ms.. 6ms. 1 year $810 20 S30 $45 " 15 $5 45 c P All advertisements sent to this whe not otherwise specified, will jted till forbid, and charged ac ,Obituary and Marriage notices of a me square in length charged as Transient advertisements paya hadvance; quarterly ads. monthly ; yearly ads. quarterly in ad- d escept by special contract. i I advertisements are not paid for the time expires for...

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 June 1877

(6 6 lfar (jrroniie. J. AL SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. saturday, Jume 9, 1l77. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF GRANT PARISH. SAll judicial advertisements must be paid for in advance, or they will be discontinued after the first insertion. Terrific Tornado. On last Thursday night between eleven and twelve o'clock, when the inhabitants of our town had' fallen into the arms of the drowsy god, a terribl tornado visited as, doing considerable damage. It was accompanied by a heavy rain, which lasted about fifteen minutes,. but its work of destruction, for so short a time, was great. It pass ed from South to North, and must have been a whirlwind. The trunks of pecap and other trees, measuring at least three feet in di ameter, were wrenched and snap ped like straws, and it stripped all the trees of their limbs and leaves, that stood in the way of its fury. It appeared to rise and fall in its onward course like the richochet ing of a cannon ball, and when it came close to the ground,the havoc was gr...

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 June 1877

an, AY, JUNE 9, 1877. not me Laws and Regulations he eribers who do not give out notice to the coutiary, are istince to coutinue their to sucriherS order the dis- his cot their periolicals, er may continue to send til a rllrr are paid. -ribers negtect or refuse to N perAlioca from the office .they arc directed, they are die t, sible until they have the their bills, and ordered them no It rbn ibers move to another A. .rihont inforuing the pub - the papers are sent to F"-dictin they are held J. be oerts have decided that to take tile periodicals the oMe, or removing and L. them necalled for, is primu pi -id"e of intentional fraud." Ljty pio who receives a and makes use of it, vs. be has ordered it or not, he ',, i law to be a subscriber. If subscribers pay in advance, we bondlto give notice to the C. at the end of their time, if fet do not wish to continue taking otherwise the publisher is au to send it on, and the tic hers will be responsible until ses aetier, with payment of is 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. — 9 June 1877

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Summer Care of Poultry. Lice are the bane of poultry in the summer season. Young chicks and old fowls pine and die miser ably by thousands from this cause. Grease is a sure remedy against these vermin. A mixture of one teaspoonful of coal oil with four ounces of fresh lard should be rubbed on the heads and beneath the wings of the fowls and chicks, either as a cure or preventive. The same should be smeared over the roosting poles, carefully filling all cracks with it. If a setting hen is aliowed to become infested, her nest should be changed, the eggs dipped in tepid water and washed, and replaced in a fresh clean neet. There is no better material for nests than fine earth or shavings. Some tansy placed in the neat will help to keep lice away. The hen may be washed in warm carbolic soap suds, and then al lowed to dust herself in fine, dry clean earth. The new nest should be exactly similar to the old one, and if the change is made when the hen leaves the nest to ...

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 June 1877

I t THE CO FAX CHRONICLE. ýCIRONI LE. ~~Lwwrg wrJn ~o uxwu, rnt~ j Is w ~sr~ anb 0 uurda l Pre1 , uenruatf, * flt1Tt, fl flmlt um c, fIC. e') ' SPARISGLALNTSATLTDAY, ,IAS , A SATURDAY, JUNE 16 1877. INO. 4, OII n  • 9 9 • •) oflfE ( r Cro nitk. HlI EVERY SATITIUIY, BY 4 S: - 'advanýq,.-.....$2 00 S ..... 25 £DYERTISING RATES: (1 i ack space) first ilsertion, eh n uhequent insertion 75 cts. -- eaof a !quare charged is a Sounless otllerwise agretd - of a Personal natulre. when charged at double rates. Wnl and Business Cards, asqnre, $10 per year; two vas' ANNotl CETI.NTS -3. sa u ct in every instance ac tý order. Sat mi1. 1; . 1 ear a o tN $4. $45 "- $15 $: $45 $i3 < All advsrtishxneutes sent to this whten otother.wie specixid. will till forbid, and charged ac Obituary and Marriage notices of s ae square itx lengthl charged as nt advertisements paia ; quarterly ads. monthly I fyearly ads. quarterly in ad- d esoept by special contract. I Miertis5nents are not paid, for the time ...

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 June 1877

J. M. SWEENEY, he EDITOR AND PROPRIETOB. ---------I= is Saturday, June 16, 1St?7. on OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF GRANT PARISH. 000 ig All judicial advertisements ele Ene muas be paid for in advance, or they will be discontinued after the nea first insertion. in lea Ganmt Parish As It Is. gr In the first article of these se ries, we wrote briefly of the his- ca tory of Grant Parish, by way of lax introduction, and in so doing we roe could not well avoid an allusion to me polities, they having constituted the most eignificant part thereof. pri We now refer to her geographical sic position. The territory embraced a by Grant parish includes an area of about 1000 square miles. Be- or ginning at the mouth of Bayou Darro, on Red River, and extend- th ing up and fronting on said river a distance of about sixty miles by water or forty-five by land, to a point sear St. Maurice or the mou i -of Saline bayou; thence li running in a north-easterly direc tion along the 'Winn parish lire to P the old San ...

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. — 30 June 1877

HE COLFAX CHRONICLE. .n LnbXepne A mAurnal, btbatrb ft tal anb ~ntEr 30s, te, i , r$giun , tc. SCOLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., S DAI UNE 30, 1877. INO. 47. EVERY SATURDAY, BY TERMS: i avance,........$2 00 a,. . . ..........1 2.5 tjERTISNG RATES: (1 isr space) first insertion, uecqneaut insertion 75 cts. -I enuare charged as a unless otherwise agreed of a Personal nature, when ein gad at double rates. and Business Cards, $10 per year; two ' AINO'NCEMEN1 - $5. mast in every instance ac tse order. 13 e3u. i mn. 1 year $1 $0 $1:, 5 Eir W $W5 $100 advertisements sent to this not otherwise specihied, will till forbid, and charged ac ry and Marriage notices of squaro in length charged as nts. ansioent advertisements paya ce; quarterly ads. monthly a--; yearly ads. quarterly in ad t by special contract. *mrtents are not paid for time expires for which they ordered to be published, t they -,utinued. and pa) ment exacted full time they appeared in the WORK must be paid for on de IAL DIRECTORY....

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. — 30 June 1877

J. M. SWEENEY, S EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. tl Saturday. June o0, 1877. a All judicial advertisements must be paid for in advance, or o they will be discontinued after the b first insertion. The Supreme Court, at its see sion in Opelousas, in the case of IL A. Hunter vs. Wilbur F. Black man, for the District Judgship of a the Ninth Judicial District, was de cided adverse to the plaintiff. A man was arrested in Shreve port recently, who was employed ( in the South-Western Telegram of- t ' fie as a porter-a position he had 1 held for four years. He had been t known only by the name of Odius 1 Dickson in Shreveport. It now turns out that his name is not Dickson, but Albert Trammel, who Was convicted of murdering his wife in what is now Nevada coun ty, Arkansas, in the year 1868 or 1869, and sentenced to hang the 16th day of February, 1872, but escaped with two other prisoners the night before the sentence was to be carried into effect. He was arrested by the chief of police of that city, a...

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. — 30 June 1877

Sth - E. Churcb, will hIld vice at the Court House onu the abath in ea, month, morning LOCAL BREVITIES. ttin is called to the s Sales and other Judicial ments in this paper. lme river is a little on the rise, boats have plenty of water the month to Shreveport. bw packets go to Jefferson -By the 1 ax-Collector's Notice it is sue it will be seen that Mr. wllmeet the Tax-payers at seatpoints in the parish, on Ieeiied, to settle their taxes. visiting town next week do well to call on C. H. He has on hand a fine .d summer clothing, dry Sgoceries, provisious, etc., ,.hich he is selling very cheap -By reference to our new ad .tisements it will be seen that Prestige & Lacroix have a amea market iu Colfax. 1i tie intention of these gentle smt mstake it a permanent insti -The Bart Able, on Tuesday oming lat, took down 170 con s,who have been working on K. 0. and P. R. R. in Natchi tbs parch, to a poiun ,near Al Madria, where they are to close a gap in the grading of the lad -We expect ou...

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. — 30 June 1877

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Sure Remedy for Eots,' The department of agriculture publishes the following experi ments which a gentleman from Georgia tried and found effective in dispelling that serious trouble in horses. About thirty years ago a friend lost, by bots, a very fine horse. He took from the stomach of the dead horse about a gill of bots, and brought them to my office to experiment upon. He made preparations of every rem edy he had heard of, and put some of them into each. Most had no effect, a few affected them slightly, but sage tea more than anything else; that killed them in fifteen hours. He concluded he would kill them by putting them in nitric acid, but it had no more effect on them than water; the third day they were as lively as when put in. A bunch of tanzy was growing in my office. He took a handful of that, bruised it, added a little water, squeezed out the juice, and put sonme in; they were dead in one minute. Since then I have given it to every horse I have seen aff...

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 July 1877

RHE COLFAX CHRONICLE. .n nbcpcnrlb t ournal, btbb tcb to oxýal anb (nrral getos, Iiteraturt, S~ etu , tgrnitnrt, 4ftc. , 1. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1877. INO. 48. i ýa"r W etjni t. T. D}E1:1. tgl U fI)AY, Its' i: TENEE _ Wha Conn TERMS: ib, e ........ in-d-nce,-- ---,- . """ Sathb .......... 75c , t tha, .ADIERTISI1G BATES: The ( iste lope) first insertimon For "-- j $ |I1,l'ent inll t'i-T on : Cta. ofo ae lrtun clargdt as i And nle-, .+ otherWi- agreedt L of a Personl nature, when Le, chrged at doubhl rates. We -na and Bnsiue.' Cards, qure, 'B per year; two We 6 15m). But s', ATor-soCt:r NTS - h mn t in c r" ie"llstate t- c- And y the order. il ear The u (3s .55 We 5 tid We All advertisements sent to this wen not otlherwise speclled, will To is te till forbid, and charged ac f.We ObituarY and Marriage notices of e sqalrc in length charged as Tb niments. Traneieut advertisemenlts paya- Tb dvacel ; quarterly cads. monthly ; yearly ads. tIlterly r in ad- W1 ...

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 July 1877

e golfaQ~r Qtoniitck J. M. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Iatmrday. July 7, 1877. i All judicial advertiementr must be paid for in advance, om they will be diontinued after the first insertion. Grant Parish As It Is. Taking into consideration the long established, and, to a certain extent, justly deserved notoriety of Grant parish, it might be thought presumption on our part, by some whose interest it is to condemn and who have always manifested a disposition to misrepresent us, that we should asunme to correct the unjunt imputations with which we have been eo maliciously slan dered. Guilty of certain indiscre tions we have been, no doubt, but much has been alleged that is without foundation, and even that which we admit is not chargable to the masses, but to the direct agency of transient and irrespon sible persons who have made owr territory a kind of neutral play. ground for the consumation of their nefarious schemes. In our first article of this series we had occasion to attri...

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. — 7 July 1877

LURDA, JULY 7, :817. , of the U. E. Church, will hold service at the Court House on tb. s bboth in each mouth, miurning LOCAL BREVITIES. ..he School Board convenes ithis place to-day. .The weather is intensely hot, mrain is very much needed. .Attention is called to the As r's notice in this issue. ..Judge Bagan kept the Probate Ogt open Monday and Tuesday, it was adjourned, no busi being before it. _The river at this point is fall l sand the steamer Bert Swill not be able to make ma aoCI tripe without another -Omr town has had several of the legal fraternity * week from Alexandria, atten shis term ;of the District -Mr. Hiram Williamson killed alligators on Bayou Darro, on hrnday morning last. The larg one was twelve feet in length. has killed seven this summvr. -We return thanks to Mr. ae Penn, for some of the uat Irish potatoes we have seen season. They were of the rly Goodrich variety, and one ufithem weighed 19 ounces. -from every portion of the prsh we hear' lattering accounts ...

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 July 1877

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD,. THE APIARY. WHo SHOULD KEEP BEm.-Bee keeping is now admitted, both in this country and in Europe, to be one of the most profitable rural pursuits. Perhaps in no other birnch cnn so lat e and sure profit be secured in proportion to tift capital necessary to be invested. One hundred to five hundred per cent. has often been realized in a single season, where intelligent eare has been given to these little insects; and there are instances recorded of even greater returns from them in unusually good sea sons. This business is made by many intellige't perbsous a spe cialty, but it is not necessary that this should be the case; indeed, until the honey resources of the United States are better develop ed, it is important that all classes should be tiade acquain!ed with the facts. The farmer may, by devoting a little spare time to a few colonies of bees, secure an abundance of a choice luxury for his table, or for. sale. The mer chant and professional man, who has but li...

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 July 1877

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. 'n InbpCnbcnt Gournal, btboatb to 'al an.b SneraYl ebs, JiteratuLt, Sticure, gritu hOr4t, tt. VOL. I. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1877. INO. 49. ,f t 1I gwohnicc. pUBLISHED EVERY SATURtDAY, BY J. M. SWEE-' TERMS: Oce year, in advance,------....... Si months, " .......... 'Three months, .......... 'ADVERTISING RATES: l giua., (1 l spae). first insertion, "; each subsequent insertion 7, cts. Allfractionsof a square charged :is t fJll square, ulless otller'vi.e at d Cards of a Persomal nature, u Ithen . le, charged at double rates. prI onal and Business Cards, of one squre, $10 per year; two queares, $1.00. " CaNIIAErM' AsOmCEMvr.~'r- $5. The cash must in every instanco ac eepmlay the order. . 3 m s. ti, W I I yar } olumun $10 S F.i $JP } .. . 15- $: i i ,, i i, Iu 1 " a $lA45 $4J $10t0 * r All advertisements sent to this Oilce,wheu not otherwise specitiedl, wil! be inserted till forbid, anu chaLrg,*d ac cordingly. 0 [p' Obituary and Marriage ...

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 July 1877

J. M. SWEENEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOB. saturday, July 14, 1877. All judicial advertisements must be paid for in advance, or they will be disconlinued after the first insertion. t It seems, after all the chicanery and wire-working of the Louisiana Returning Board, to put in a fraud ulent president upon the Ameri can people, they lost sight entirely i of the possible chance of their ev er having to account for the great injustice done by them. Think ing, probably, that after the disso- I lation of their body as a Return ing Board, that they would not be dealt with as private individuals. They, however, have reckoned without their host, for they have s been indicted upon charges of per jury and forgery, and arrested and required to give heavy bonds for their appearance. Wells, Ander son and Osmsnave will soon be made to feel the strong arm of the law, and that the way of wicked politician is a hard road to traveL The New Orleans Daily Item, in a well written editorial on the subject, do...

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 July 1877

gjE oh nide. y, JULY 14, 1877. as and Begulations Swho do not give to the contrary, are ingto a outinue their bers order the dis ol their periodicals, _ may continue to send lrrearages are paid. ,neglect or refuse to riodicals front the office y ar directed, they are ble until they have bills, and ordered them hers move to another t informing the pub the papers are sent to direction, they are held nrat have decided that to take the periodicals ice, or removing and uncalled for, is prima of intentional fraud." who receives a -and makes use of it, -a ordered it or' not, he law be a subsecriber. pay in advance, to give notice to the at the end of their time, if Rish to continue taking the publisher is au to send it on, aml the will be responsible until notica, with payment of i sent to the publisher. Noncs.-The Rev. W. D. the R. E. Church, will hold at the Conrttlouse on the ineach month, morning l BREVITIES. anl the attention of plan brmers to the advertise ed "Half a pound of ,free ...

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 July 1877

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. The Object of Tillage. The object of good tillage is to render available to the plant the fertilizing elements of thne sol; pulverization is an unportit ele ment, as furnishing c,udtiit, -, most useful for the progress of the absorbing fibres of the plant thro' the soil, as well as irn:reasiug the instertatial spaces at the service o: the roots. But the codiltion of the soil is not the only element which concerns us in tlllage, tor it is the plant as well as the sod, the soil as well as the plant, which concerns the cultivator. A nursery tree with but few fibrous roots may do poorly when first trans planted into a good soil, wmle an other tree with abundance of tibrt and fibrils, may flourish, even if transferred to a far interior soil than the first. it is not alo'e suf ficient that the food be furniruted to the soil about the plant, but It is also essential that the pIant popeesssntlilient, woltislin coutAJct with the food. In any given area of soil of a defini...

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