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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 August 1878

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. I~ g mocrltic ournal, behotrl to 4'cfal ;at (Ecneral ý!1U S, 'itcr;lturE, icitlt r c, griiulturt, etc. SCOLF X, GIRNT 'PAISlI, LA.. S.All)Al, :AUGUST 3, 18I78. INO. 39. S * Irrnau nnu a rnnulan I (,srl. , Ný ICurl Befloare the Horse. Ci :rosities of El lish. III SeMaI. Wllft tý [ýYaittlc. S G. C+OODWYN, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. TERM S: alarr, 7j(" . mo0tha .c AlVERTISING RATES: ( , (1 imrh .pnrm) fir-,t ins. rtion , rý of a - j:ac ciiaa;."l aIl a I4ai unliti s a t trar"i . .a I ii a I, p radl~of a P. r'..n' nt ire ata. alia-aa j Iah rgid at "I.Ualt. r ats-. an Bar io` 1ar;il. rt, hu, * 1~111 Per },ax; w. / ah11, I~ .I It "$A i~i 1 la . ' ý I. ,11" " N' IA: OI l ... r 1L 4 ea' i r, , , fi tAuI tr , . tb a lmn lls. at. I it iir W~lnd ·~ t'ti Ali, I - 1I1, Rq1raaa! \Itl. .., , Rtk "1 ' .i t t ! 1 . i:... ýttI~r""; \ , 'I Psth It !rl. 1lt; . laid (U . ".-!."I S' aajt.I .. * & u. r I .d a ~ I i . I : (it u j e r .. l<11111I. f ; 5 tIuctt, Sii ith. .I llitihn 1'...

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 August 1878

ebc olnfar L brjonitlc. RAGAN & NASH, PROPlIETOtS. E. G. GOOD Wrl, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1878 AG(ENTS. Mr. A. A. GoonwN'. of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of thr (ulloNo'I.E and will coutreet for advertiscments and receive subscriptions. Me.srs. McCAIN & Bitn., of Mont gomery, are our authorized agents. Personoal. COLFAX, La., July 30, 187d. Editor Chronicle: There is an effort being made by a well known person to defeat the will of the people of this parish, and to my certain knowledge he is now organizing a secret ticket to be put forward at the nominating convention. The said personage, aided and abetted by a few, has been working for months to defeat me and the Montgomery clique, as they call it. In the first place, no such clique exists, and if there is I do not belong to it. I know the Montgomery people to be as noble and pure as any people in Grant or anywhere else, and they are s'il ling at all times to do justice to every portion of the pari...

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 August 1878

DAY, AUGUST 3, 1878. ,AU judicial adotrli. "ments Sp id .for in advance, or be discontinued a/ler the prion. _daI that thire may Im no misln S.. d lisapoiniutnwnts when -- e for such matters arr nwes, w e aein alvance that no canlidlate's willbe announced in the CaJ;,NI -a4U the same is paid for ill ad d no comllmunic tion or call dates will IW inserteld inlhas ac ed by the m1,nesy to pay for the at the rate of ten cents per line bonllUmunnications. This rule beadeviated from in any in any circullmstances, and avoid any upleasanllt mie with us by bearing this f~vor three of the short school expire this week. ae in abundance, for the first i lot these many years. , F G. Randolph has thanks -l report of State printer. Beall the attentio:? of some of w-ld-be politicians to the con - al, amendments, which we this week. Tallow Jack has male his ap in New Orleans, and(1 now frward our river towns and to quarrantine. Ite tribnte o o respect p)lblished week shonhl have appeared in Sin...

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 August 1878

i e: FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. n The Houselkeelne. In If you will pour a little \inuegar ft .n the water you wash blue clotles it .1, such as co;ttonlu de, li:i chic.: ,, u tc., it will keep t:eiii brig ! Raw Custard. -- For disc-~ : f it • be stomach, when ver(y o I ct ±t0' ,od is required, this c:ý:u t is ' - ..olent: Beat up tlan (e~g t ti, sO 'ar to taste; add a (c ::i (:l , .ad whatever ilavoring i.; hliked. Kerosene Flames ---The tlloaes 'jf kerosene are reedily extingeish ad by throwing woolen cloths over them, thus stifling thet.n. But it is not always the case that ,,olcs " are in the kitchen 'w, here kc,us(no u0 accidents are most liki:lv to o(.cur. Flour is recoamend:ded a a subii- e tute, which being thrown uporn the c dames deadens them ',y v,,rbing f the oil. f Cough Syrup.-Put a gill of pint t pitch into a pint of water. LIt it I simmer until the water is well im pregnated with the iflavor. )in , out the gum which remaains un.~ solved and add honey enounhl to sweeten ...

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 August 1878

THE COLFAX CHRIONICLE. A gemnocratic Bmrnal, tb. tw to focal ad u tb nraal ghte, Fiteraturf, Stiuen, cgricuturItr, t. )L COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1878: " NO. 40. S i t --. . .... I n . G* aOODWTPN, TOR and PUBLISHER. TERMS: . ..-.-c - ...1 `.'..i Ills, .......... 75C: 0~RIETISING RATES: Mme' (I arct* ) first intartinn, s gubsequelnt inerttot 541l eta. * .1 a eluare chargted It a unless otberwieh& agreed * bol l whersonanuature, Icheu charged at d(uhble ratest. sand Buainesa C;rds, " $1a per star; two 14 'Ai(NuuNC MENTES - ~j SOt in ever}' itrtlttcO ac the order. heCulnCWD 1,211 Z:ttl $ 1(0 iuu O.rni "t:ucr lrn ) a e · >A Il re; ia4 Wr ert*2iL ds. I(4) Jvl/r1+"r l::rtv ll! ;' 2 ·11. 1uare 11 in 1?l Ax I.IetM s Urlltl, i I t- i 4 ellsertwml nt al)" jrl . Unltl Ii lv hi it pe'irllat , t.!I) I , tac till. t K. tattflie ee1,Iie phlt i~hid' the~ * hhttl~ii'l, and T -1V11Ptnt 14a~e 1Ufi: ati~etus 144 .~em .'aits c s 11 tin f * hi not tIthe-i" i~e a{icvl. l Wil...

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 August 1878

. c_ fa*x Qi ronulc. RAGAN & NASH, PROPRInroRs. H. G-. CGOOD3 : NV , EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1878. A(tENT'S. Mr. A. A. G(ooiwny. of Alexamdria, is an authorized agent of the .CIIHuNlcl.E, and will contract for advertineelents and receive subscriptious. MesWrt. McCAIN & Bao., of Mont gotarey, are our authorized agents. Rev. T. S. Collier, well known in this section as a Methodist minis ter and physician, died at Mr. Hol ston'a place, on Bayou Rigolette, Thursday, July 25th, 1878. He was a resident of Atlanta, Winn parish. --- --- o -- - A farmer in Texas who took a load of corn to Dallas was so dis gusted at not being able to get more than thirty-five cents for it, that he drove upon the toll-bridge, at a cost of forty-five cents, and threw the corn into the river. We The People, the new Alex andia paper, has been giving it to the Democrat hand over fist for f some time, but as yet we fail to see 6 what our new comer is driving at. C It rather puzzled us t...

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. — 10 August 1878

i"fofalff Q roninrf. DjTAY, AUGUST 10, 1878. Al judicial advertwiementl k ptd .for in advanoe, or i be diesontin ,td after the 'INlMO'NCEmNIENTS. iFO REPRESENTAIIVE. lW C ieid-Please aunnounce the of W. L. RICeso.tnoN as a candi .ryeprsentative at the ensuing * subject to the Democratic no-ra e ovention to be held Saturday, 7,187 . MANY VOTERS. FOR SHERIFF. authorized to announce the, *H. .M. JTrra an a candl ff at the eneniug election, the mode of nomination that adopted by the Democratic awitr by primary election or by FOR SHERIFF. pi been solicited by a number of ai ecqlaintsaoee from different of the parish, I have consental dew sy name to be used as a candi itk herif before either the nomi merention or a primary election. y nrspctt fully, GEO. A. KEMP. I lrether beantiful acnd bright, 1 eleletle warm. Cottoo is open in all sides, and i Sate t c, u.n.uerewt d pit'king . T prT'eelu;. I, til e own ile will It. h., ,iel :uitel stting. The weeds about :mr town have p eat down, an...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 10 August 1878

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. 'T h e Hou.lekeper. You can dres' your hair in neatly any style that. is comfurtable and becoming aid still be fashionable. Finger Marks. - Finger prints may be r-miovedl frot varmished furniture by the use of a little bweet oil upon a soit rag. Patient rubbing with chloroform will re move paint from black silk or any other material. Corn Cake. --A qunart of sour milk, three eggs, a teaspoonful of soda, a teacup of flour, yellow corn meal enough to make a batter as thick as for pancakes. Bake the cakes quickly in a pan well but tered with sweet butter. Lunch Cake.-One large table spoonful of butter or lard melted in one cupful of hot water, two cupfuls of molasses, one quart of flour; stir two teaspoonfuls Eureka yeast powder into the molasses, mix, line your tin with buttered paper and bake. New England Sponge Cake. Eight eggs, their weight in sugar, half their weight in flour, a lemon rind grated, the juice of one lemon; beat the whites of the eggs sepa ratel...

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 August 1878

TrHE COLFAX CHRONICLE. ' ncomourratic outrnal, cbcb to mo.l ano Y;t ndt l ius, iLitcraturc, ctitncr , $grirultnrt, etr. .° COLFAX, GII:Y'' A.IISII LA.. SATUlIl) Y, AUGUST 17, 1878. INO. 41. nun l m Im - I I II . , (elfa &hronitle. a. G{OO DWt ' ( EDITOR and PUBLISHER TERMS: in advaI ........ · - ,. -1 2 ýet11'. .. _ -7 1 Ib" ___ 1$ERT1SING RATES: (1, e9 ,pea) first Insertion, SgnbLq1 )1clrl~t jn-,&-rti(411 44) cte. " of aP1MtrS, cbarg.'d ae a 0 nnles s otherwiset agrt'c1 a Idelo s Mrolnal at ire, when charir'1 at ,lottle rates. Sqporrl, 11 per Var,; two t tbe or'r'. ,y 11. .1 .ii 1, - br .l ..,1~ ý l l . "1 1: -riý I I ~ lt- t; in xI *.1 .*I :4 I ll- t1 111 1, . 41 I' I ' *' Ii 11 ;p *z I .1 : 1 J!· - I j J,11.14' 4(¶WiIIII4Ii 11 I I I' 4 V I "n :'1 .1 11·11 I 1111 :.1I 1 I'1 .I:1.II I.;L 4.11 : ' 1. :: 'a 1 I 1 .1: 1" I . II, I'!!e : i i 4 1 4~i I I 1 -I Iit .1 1 4 Ill II i IIi I I i ,"1 ,1 11' , "1 . 1 1' . ", . pt hI 4 i 1 . "1 4I 111 { ' 1, 11 I t, 14ils · ' .4-1 , ( 1 I...

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 August 1878

cThc Qotfal tbronide. t RAGAN & NASH, PRoPRIeroas. H- G- GOODWYTN, EDITOR and PUBLIBSHER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1878. AGENT,. Mr. A. A. (i ,Goiwix, of Alexandria, is ian auitllorizli, .a 'It f the ('liII"NI'I.E, and will cointr:act for advertisements and re(-'#iv" wll, ii pt otU s. M..essrs. MC('uxS & IR)lO., of Mont gonmery, are our authorized agenlta. THE 0OTTON-SEED TRAFFIC. Among the marny evils that have served to create trouble in Grant pariah nonue have been more pro lific than dealing in seed cotton. To the unitiated it seems odd that it could make much difference in a community whether cotton is bar tered for in the seed, as lint, or after it is baled; and, as a matter of right, it cannot be disputed that the farmer is entitled to dispose of his cotton in any shape that he chooses so to do, and it is neither the duty nor province of any one to prevent him. While this is all true, it is just as true that no man has the right to dispose of what lawfully belongs to an...

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. — 17 August 1878

+glla# lhronitce. TPK , AUGUS'( T 17, 1778. - 4A1 judi.ial adr,,rtihemeo'nt.' b paid for in adcence, or l be discontinut'd after the ij~'rtwfn. ,thbe procee'lings of the Po Jary on second page. Re will print "election tickets" Il,.low price of six dolllars per niad. IHon. C. C. Dunn, is out as a sihte for Representative. Mr. is a gentleman well known C parish, and has the good 4aearly every lman in it. "'devil" has been sick this A all the work of getting paper falls upon the head ads of an unlucky editor. indulge all shortcomings. atchitoches takes the rag off boh in the quarautine "'biz." e hasu quarantined the entire erefront of the parish, and set .seble, at every la:ding to en It her ordinance. Yr. Pirtle h'as received a fint of groceries. His dry goods lll ic^t to rein.all at Qtlarautine Ildon for a ve:i.k ,iger, :,fter irý lta wil show V,)u the thi.se 'into;m I""' ,att oi,tu have set.l: (~t ,a t:., ,i , -t T:e it u";.,', t!,' 1, i :ted by tlt ',,,p t . the p' ,ii' i s,' of...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 17 August 1878

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. 'i'l!co It bt eoke)epe(. To ~a:l;e Spice Sallce. Boil si v t lhree-furths 4f a pitt of water and one cuplfil of sugur tog thl-r Itvw nty min utes;. ltm{,oe. floau thet tiac '.l,,l .tit li a tc-aspoolinfuil each ',f th extlact tc of .mace. cloves ;nlu (inger Nuts.-Two ,i ol a half (nl ,4 , miol:tast ,,. 4,o e cnp of but ter or lard, one taIhlispoonJful of ginger, two tA:a e)oonluil ) vehn of tartar disolved in onei-third of a cup of hl4t water, Done te.rspootiful of soda dlissolved in hot water. Saratoga Potates.--Pare, wash and slihee thin raw potatoes, lay in t cold water an hotur or two, dry in I a napkin; have a deepI kettle iof hot lard and put iii a few at a time, fry a light brown, sprinkle with salt and turn with a fork. Ite more with a wire spoon, put in a c dish and set in a dish and cook t until thoroughly baked. To be r Lata+n either hot or cold. s Cheese Soup.-To a pint and at half of rich milk add one cup of ,natoed or finely cut cheese, a httle sal...

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 August 1878

THE COLFAX CHRNICLE. . Pernmotratic ournal, beabote to oealt 1ub tencraI nctios, fittrature, Sciencu, ~griculturc, Etr. 1W -COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA.. SATURl)AY, AUGUST 24, 1878. INO. 42. [ !" . a d nAtriotic e flrt Ge.I *u .. e--...I @ i1 =--= = " ,_=_=_ .... ,,, (alfa rnIltt. F Wa . GOOD erroR and PUBLISHER TERMS: i avane......- - - BERTISING RATES: 1 iac space) first insertion, p beeque." t i . ertiron " is o ctO . of a slquare chargedl Is a uolem otherwin e agreed ',sof a Personal nature, when Scb1ged at double rates. I and Btluines Cards. re, $ 10 per year; two Tsat Asioret"cNTas - S5. jo usut in ,'very itstance ac gorder. C $11 $l0 * :o 3t t;I : n 4olmon , t Nº s .... .Il I $ S Tr1aaient asehrti euentt s paLya alDscre ; quarterly a'd!s moºnthlyl ,errpt I" i tial ehnt r4s t. t.Ie t. i oer l ," i. %' li1t{d illc I-ic .141i ,us'rr. i ti i·t ed ia E ,FICIt' DIE('T. I .. , ,.ýor -- FT ' I N .j u.ici. T Inditor of Pilic .t i u it uintt ,i l u..in de : u' f .\lrc .' u l ice . 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 August 1878

1:.1A(1N & NA` I1, l'h:',J ., H_ G_ GOODW'-N-, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. Mr. A. A. Go,,, %t I, 11 AI . , 1: l ;1 1l`l111 /: d , 111 ,,It " 1t 1." 1'1 1: ,\ i :.1i f . , tl v11 1 (Olf f ' ttt \ il l,'  ,,l t . lt l arc . .. r ut . ji.u u .. "ECHO ANSWERS, WHERE ?" N'Mal(." colns at us tlhir week with a 'v"wordy"p jsJunal abue the is altogether too purile to not.c: were it not for the unfair way zi which he tries to cover u, his own hideousness by throwi:g tmud a;tul then calling on the publice to look at a deformity of his own crealon.. 4e takes advantage of coartesy t, do this dirty work. Kn'owimg full well the justness of the cause we advocate, and having implicit con fidence in the judgment and right 'eous decision of the citizens of Grant parish, we give his entire article, that they may judge of the man by his own language. Because we refered to him as a member of the "tea party," which he attended in the capacity of "Grand Mogul" of the Republicans of Grant parish, he grows ...

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. — 24 August 1878

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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. — 24 August 1878

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD,. The IIou-iekeepor. Pork Cake.-One pound of fat pork, chopped fine, over which pour one pint of boiling water, two cups molasses, two cups of brown sugar, two teaspoonfuls soda, and splce and fruit to taste. Sponge Padding.-Two cups of sweet milk, one cup of molasses, half a cup of butter, three and a half cups of flour, one cup of rais ins, one teaspoonful baking pow der, one of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg; put in a basin and steam two hours. Serve with sauce. Stye on the Eye.-Put a tea spoonful of black tea in a small bag; pour on it enough boiling water to moisten it, then put it on the eye pretty warm. Keep it on all night, and in the morning the stye will likely be gone; if not, a second application is certain to remove it. Cranberry Jelly.-Stew a quart of cranberries in one quart of water, with six ounces of sugar, until they are soft enough to be passed through a sieve, leaving in it only the skins; return this juice to the fire, add four tablespoonfuls of...

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 August 1878

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. " ~tcmocratic %aurnal, b~tbtrb to. 'ocal an: 6cncral etnus, fitrrature, Sricnur, gricultiure, qtc. I.1 COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1878. INO. 43. O- GOODWITYN, £DITOR and PUBLISHER. TERMS: i . advan 'e,...... $ ' --j ,. .r . .. I-- ------ ,liH· JIERTISING RATES: ls e(1 i l lrle) first insrtion,. lsell gsue lot inslert in ll 'ts. unless otherwise agreed o~uof a I'rersolltl nlatullre, whell Scharlged at double rates. Satnd Businessll4 Cards, Sqlllre, Itil per year; two $15.W" - l l lst ill eS\ery i ull.t clle ac tie order. It 1111.h 3I6t I: i +I 1) weal tar Gi .. III, sýI (tan, .all, ý4_ rsanient advt.rtisemlentt IatL a a dvDOe ; q9 t '" t T" L ,. nlintl\ ucl;lr' yearly a:ut. 1ua'rt'rly in a1i o i pt by slpre'ial c.,intralct. ,rtisIe' intl are not Imid li;r 11 t a Iii l re. e ill t i"h e 'All arvertinl ias sgis t ito this Iwli nOt l Ut ie r i l Ispei lled, i il iie ,iea l I .cha ed is alarmet$. 4 1WORK must e pai lr illon de fl'IAL DIltECTs...

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 August 1878

RAGAN & NASH, PROPrIETORS. I-. G-. G-OODTWY.N, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1878. AGENTS. Mr. A. A. GoowlNx. of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of the CIIRONI('L and will contrsct for advertisetuents and receive subscriptions. Messrs. McCAIs & tIeuo., of Mont gomery, are our authorized agents. DEMOCRATIC TICKET I FOR STATE TREASURER, E. A. BURKE, OF ORLEANS., FOR CONGRESS, 4TH DIbTICr. HON. J. B. ELAM, OF DE 8OTO. Candid Talk. Our colored people are certainly a very incredulous people, not to say a bad lot, if they should persist in sup porting the same class-in fact the very same men-which reduced this commu nity to utter beggary in eight short years. We expect colored people to be ignorant; that is a misfortune not only to them, but to us. At the same time we expect them to learn something by experience, and not stumble on in bliad passion. hatred and prejudice to our and their material ruin. Our most Conser vative citizens have strenuously exerted their i...

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. — 31 August 1878

~ ,offU cq~rnnid(c. ST')RDAY, AUGUST 31, 1878. w All judicial advertisemexnt.s i be paid for in advance, or _will be discotttitued after the ANNOLTCE. ENE TS. FOR REPI' ESEI'NTATIVE. i-er (ironifle-Please atnounce the i _ of W. L. RIcHaioN tax a caudi t for Relpresentative at the ensuing S V, subject to the Democratic noaw , _ig envention to be held Saturday, 7,1K78. MANY VOTERS. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. :. t'roicle--Having been earnest p mhited by numbers of the bust and ldaential citizens of Grant parish o ea candidate for Representa {i1t the ensulng election, I hereby '4 I my name subject to the nominia ~ aeouvention. C. C. DUNN. FOR SHERIFF. }oing been solicited by a numbelwr of unsJa nd acqu.lintances from different rio ofthe parish, I have consenteol I oilew my name to b. used as a candi -. or bIheritl, before either the nomi gcoanveution or a primary election. rVe rrslnctfilly, GEO. A. KEMP. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorizel to atollunce the nmo of Mr. S. Y. LACBOII as a candi bfor 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. — 31 August 1878

To :- .11 Tit FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. write dred T'lheý I [i-f o c-elx I'" plow Seed Cakcs.--Ole cupful su1Zar, Ivan half cupful butter. one-t hird ce.plfnl milk, two eggs, o(:e teaslºoontfl fr .Sda, any seeds you prefer. Turnip Pickles.-Wa'h several ca turnips clean, thlen boil till quite triti tender; then peel and slice thenm:prov and pour hot viegar over them. i now Add spices, if You wish them. TI Fritters. - Take three eggs to arrel each pint of rich sweet milk, salt tioil and flour enough to make a bat- ,is to ter stiff enough to drop from a I sive spoon; drop into boiling lard. If in II possible, eat with sugtar and sour duce cider. liroF Honey Cake.--One cupful of but- salil ter, two cupfuls of honey, four anti eggs well beaten, one teaspoonful con essence of lemon, :alf a cupful of inos sour milk, one teaspoonful of Woda, I and flour enough to make it as stiff as in r can well be stirred; bake at once ionj in a quick oven. doun Hot Cross Buns.--To one quart pre: of flour ad...

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