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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 7 September 1878

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE. S~emocratic aournal, ~rboteb to focal ani 6tcnral tTis, iteraturt, $cience. griculturr, ctc. S1. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1878. INO. 44. `G. 0OODWYN, EMTOR and PUBLISHE& TERMS: in 14ads 1l ..... ... " imo' - -.I : y~tsii. 9VEERJSJ KC RATm: II n* ils+ rp)) b t tneerr~on, eu·b rlbrle nt inwert11 a 54) cts. E of It square charged as a niile., otliorwise agrea~i &afdn of a PersolLl nature, when o dubrgttl at dluable rates. 113sl Ind 133ll'Paea Cards, ,iv, tilo per fearU; two twa, CrM' Aal'tEM1NsaTS -$3. awnt il l·crF iua:ll(e ae pytbe ord31er. 111.3 ia~ ~Ins ., ~-a~r Co~lurn $~k: ft *d fº $t;1) -ggj12 ar, $31 14: (rynnaent dlvertisewI3IO1tn IWYZ 1JyaflC (quart1e1r Ily jts133. nllOlithl} ij pyearly 131s. auarterl"Y in :ml )u'bt 3pM 3.l cllltiat t. M~mrirllrnt rl : " n r pad Al. tar rlti ý l ,r ýI il jl til~LLI.l. ·Lul l a u1. rat exactedt('~ pled till Wr id ( 343 cL'rwtl a O gitar r)r:l i Ia'e iiitt c- o3 INSan..U Iu titlIgi -l1ulgai...

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 September 1878

O c Qofatar -Qrnnice. RAGAN & NASH, PaoPRIETous. -. G. G-3OODWPIYN, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1878. AGENTS. Mr. A. A. GoopwlsN. of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of the CnRONICLE, and will contract for advertisements and receive subscriptions. Messrs. Mc('AIN & Buo., of Mont gomery, are our authorized agents. DEMOCRATIC TICKETi FOR STATE TREASURER, E. A. BURIKE, OF ORLEANS. FOR CONGRESS, 4TH DISTRICT. ]ION. J. B- ELAM, OF DE SOTO. Have you registered ? Is it better to starve to death i than to run one chance in five g hundred of catching yellow fever? e It is said the agent of the L3ank Place, four miles below Colfax, proposes to give the parish ten acres of land, and sell all the lots wanted, if the parish seat is located on that place. It has been dimly hinted that t "dark horses" will show up in the li convention to-day. We expect to o hear of these same "dark horses" a hereafter, but imagisie it will turn fi out that they will be left in the ti dark al...

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 September 1878

ATULRDAY, SEPT. 7, 1878. SAll judicial adverti emnentl -W be paid for in adoance, or 4t> l be discntinued after thre ANNOUNCEMlENTS-. FOR IREPRESE\TATIVE. iloer 'hrnicle-Please announce the Oof W. L. Itw:ARNsoN as a canldi Sfor lepresentative at the ensuing jon, subject to the Democratic nom ting cofnvention to be held Saturday, 7- i7, lr. MANY VOTERS. FOR REPRESENTATIVE Iper C'roie---Having been earnest . ljicited by numbers of the best and la inential citizens of Grant pariah lgeome a cndidate for Represents Sat the esaning election, I hereby stuit my name subject to the nomina g convention. C. C. DUNN. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce the se of Mr. II. M. JETEB as a caudl ie for Sheriff at the ensuing election, I ect to the odle of nomination that my be adopted by the Denocratic --t,either by primary election or by anvention. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce the ase of Mr. S. Y. bLAaoxx as a candi ib for the ofice of Sheriff. subject to e acion of the Dem...

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 September 1878

huckster Jim. iii RE5BE'CCA lIAItDiNht DA\ IS. 'Peas! Chalmpion of England peas ! Fresh pulled this morning !' Carroll Hdttetr Rauntered to the window as the cry soundted in front of it. 'Do come here, mauna a! Did you ever see anything so absurd ? PIsi tively, Rollins Iras stopped the wretched'creatures! It is a disgrace to the house.' The wretched creatures were a donkey and its (driver, a thin, lame boy of twelve, clad in well patch ed rags. The donkey' drew a solrt o,f basket wagon, also patcbed with wdlow withes, bits of sapling, etc. Inside were potatoes, peas, and a few baskets of late strawberries. Mrs. Hatter stepped to the side door,' before which the wagon was drawn up and beckoned to the ser vant, and said: "Rollins, why do you bring that miserable cart so near the house? You should either send it to the back door, or buy from the pro vision stores." "Because, madam, cook says this boy's vegetables are just out of the ground, and those in the stores are stale. I could ha...

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 September 1878

THIE CULF AA UCnn o _cmocratic urnal, b-b--ch to -tcal anb 6cncral gtols, fitcraturc, Science, ýgriculture, ýtc. COLFAX GRANT PARISHI LA.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1878. ENO. 4•. 1, I. ..., ....... I .... , .....L . .en . . nnductead the most I t) specifiaction. of such a nature it be . .s.ibl. b And ,in hi.s neo (bfa O btronitrt. w EDITOR and PUBLISHEB. TERMS: Il in ailua~iW .. . . .$ Ombsh , -.~.---------7''t ADVERTISING RATES: inc hi ~par) flnit insertion, .uc en c(nt inse~rtion 51) cts. of a liiire charged1 as a onless otherwise agreed wCue' of a PersoIIal nit iUe, when cbsrgtd at double rates. nal and lbIIilless Cards, ultre, iii per year; two .lj.Uu. ,,eal AxxcfCE1IEl's-jTS -$ -yiii~lt jfl u 4nFV itr yisiilce ate the order. 1 acei.ft illil 1 year SL ik lIIIIIIIlI a $. S u I ill i $1 icll~l2i $.tc $311 $645 f 5ieiient atlrrtiselneutst I~usya jose yearly seit. quarterly in oil ecept by speciad colltrflt. 14.trtitcnleit5 art riot pa;iil for th tile excl) r1s fur whicit they lira, ...

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 September 1878

be Oalfar ,l ronidc. RA(IAN & NASH, PopRiErORus. H_ G GOOD wY, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, SEPT. 14,; 1878. AGENTS. Mr. A. A. Goowix. of Alexandria, is an authorized agent of the ('IIRONICI.E, and will contract for advertis.euents and receive ~nbwcriptions. Metnrs. McC.asi & Bio., of Mont go iery, are our authorized agents. DEMOCRATIC TICKET! FOR STATE TREASURER, E. A. BURKE. OF ORLEANB. FOR CONGRESS. 4TH DIbRIcr. HON. J. B. ELAM, OF DE .OTO. FOR SENATOR, 24Ta Dismics. Dr. J. F. KELLY, OF WINN. PARI8H TICK.ET. For Representative. JAMES NEELY. For Parish Judge. A. F. RAGAN. For Sheriff. H. M. JETER. For Coroner. PHILIP GOODE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE Demoeratcle Parishl Nomamat img Conventloen. COLrAX, La., Sept. 7, 1878. Judge W. L Richardson, chair man of the Parish Executive Com mittee, called the convention to or der and stated the object of its meeting. He then appointed as a committee on credentials Messrs. J. O. Grayson, Jas. A. Daniels, and Matthew Nugent, jr. H. G. Goo...

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 September 1878

Ibc 4olfar (bronide. ST AY, SEPT. 14, 187t. l All judicial advertisemenl, 0 k psd .for in adsvace, or i ej be diacotiaued a.ter tf ist n rtion. " ELI(IOTs SERVICE be held in Colfax on each Friday i before the first and second Sun id the month, by the Rev. J. L. P. preacher in charge. thermometer stood at 55 ntaghv night. parties desiring to buy parish are reminded that it is for ak at the CHRONICLE OFFICE, where yer5 will find it to their in to make application. ,Iyellow fever in Grant parish, l the scare of the people of our 0hboring parish of Winon was as ay is it was useless. Read the -e from -'Democrat" on the op lie page. It will be a pleasure huer from him often. fe are outhorized to say that M g. Brian, Esq., of Winnfield, dOeorge Wear, Esq., at present dColombia, will attend the next aond the District Court here, o that they will come prepared tteod to any law business that my be given them; also that their _lion is to attend the terms of hesart here regularly hereafter. -...

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 September 1878

111 ýOi1%. \\- 1.o., tI, lit t.:'abh t!:he s.hade Anid quaff the cooling lelmonade, a A nd also feel the cheerful ants (rawl slowly up our summner pants. .\ cool reply--Aye ice, sir. A stern neces.ity--The rudder. A critic is on double mettle when he dips his steel pen in his zinc. What was the most honest bet that was ever made?-The alpha bet. Always put up something for a rainy day-Au umbrella, for in stance. Women should never study the languages. ()ne tongue is quite sufficient. A tramp, aunglht stealing water melons, said that he was in favor of greenbacks. When is a defeated candidate like the earth? When he is flat tened at the polls, of course. "Here is your writ of attach ment," said ai town clerk, as he handed a lover a marriage license. An Indian pony has kicked a white boy to death at Yankton. Call out the troops. More Indian atrocities ! There isn't much difference be tween a grass-hopper and a grass widow. Either will jump at the first chance. An old negro cook says: "...

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 September 1878

STHE COL FAX CHRONICLE. r Fcmocratic gdurnal, bebatcb to focal ant~ &tneraI clus, iterature, $cicncc, 1griculturr, C(tc. L .; COLFAX, GRANT PARIISII. LA. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1878. INO. 46. olItf ( fboniclc. , g. C. GOODWYN, EDITOR and PDBLISHER TERMS: in advanle,...t .. -t -`= th" ., .......... t .i onthr, " ADVERTISING RATES: (1 i*ad ablr) first insertion sb.attlquent inlertion Sit its aofa square charged as a Mule- otlleerwiMe agree1l Rp-tof Pern,,ual nature, when charged at double rates. ` and Business Cards Semare, $10 per year; twc apUATa AsNOINcI..ENTS - 5. a must in every insutanlce ac the order. 1 utwins it 1 year *column, $201tl' $1 451tio * ~ $12 $20 $31 $45 rmaelt advert isements payX - adivce ; quarterly ads. monthly ; yearly ails. quarterly in all escept by alKcial contract. verOtilneet t are nlot paid for s til. expiiel. for whia they0 "L nlr , cde t '. I " jI l. io l'I. Ill*e ' ktolltilued, atnd ptas Iltllt exlacted folti tll e tlhey al -la" ed ill thit All a...

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. — 21 September 1878

RAGAN & NASH, P:orniuroRs. H- 0-. GOODWTN, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1878. A ( EN'IS. Mr. A. A. Goo, ,IN. of AlexaLnria, is n.n authorized agent of the (CIil I.Nlc'lI.E. and mfl ill contract for advertiM.Im1itr iand r~ceive Knbh6crilto nK. Meaers. MCC!AIN & BiH., of Mont gomery, art oulr authIrizje, agents. DEMOCRATIC TICKET! FOR STATE TREASURER, E. A. 13IJUJtF,;, OF OIL.EAxS. FOR CONGRIESS, 4TU DiTrmIcr. 1ION. J.. 3. E AI: M. OF DE SOTO. FOR SENATOR, 24TH DIsTHt'rT. T1*. J. F. KEII Y, OF WINN. PARPISH TICIKET. For Zeprosentati vo. .JAMES NEELY. For Parish .JIldgo. A. V. RAGAN. For Sheriff. H. M. JETER. Fore (Cooner. PHILIP GOODE. Ogr Cadidatles. Major E. A. Burke heads the list, and his record has been so ex tensively considered in an article in our last issue it is useless to say more than that he is a man emi nently fitted for the office of State Treasurer for which he is a candi date. Hon. J. B. Elam's is the next name in order, and his record is a g...

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. — 21 September 1878

| t:, A , SlE:PT. .1, 18t7. y l jtUlli il «,l "rrt'i e n "IX O paid for in advan,'e, or . be di.c~,,tIt ned alter the OELIGcl')[ SERVIC'E be held in Colfax on eac·lh Friday lfnr' the tirst a.n s4 o:t.l Sun, -d a mouth, by the 'Rev' -J. J . . P. preacher in a Iarge. Sl't fall to register. jil, for sale at this office. .C. Keener, in company with ire, paswed through Colfax M, spending Wednesday -f)r. A. A. Dean's house. at.collector's oithce has been to the room in the rear of LA. Dean's new store, where Nush will be found at all by parties wishing to settle it.lo. R. Gray says he is not officree yet, and he doesn't the CsaosIcI.E to say any bh about him. No need for Ibealarmed unless there is looes somewhere. SRIev. J. L. P. Sheppard will at Colfax on Thursday before the first Sunday in , on Saturday at Liberty, aMSaui;.v, at 11 n.n . 'e will )Mrs. l;!iza Nugen ut's fum.nral ) Creek. lolellet your oll papers are of a to you, and that you must if you wish to vote. No ge good eihtz-...

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. — 21 September 1878

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. The Hou-Ielckee'jleI". Scotch Cake.-- 'I, pound Ibrown sugar, one pound fln1., half ),ound butter, two eggs, one teaspoulful .:innamou. Roll very tiin a.l bake a nice brown. "Apaquinimies."-Yolks of two eggs, one pint of flour, one-h:dlf pint milk, two teaspoonfuls butter, a little salt. Roll them very thin and bake in a muoderate oven. Waftles.-One pint. sweet milk, four eggs, one large cuiiful cold rice or honinuy, a little salt, flour to make a stiff butter, y'east powder in the proportion of three tea spoonfuls to a quart of flour. Egg Bread.-One pint of ~rilk, two eggs, butter the size of an egg, half a cupful of sugar, three teaspoonfuls Eureka yeant powder, flour enough to make a batter, and bake. This makes one loaf. Citron Cake.- Three cups sugar, one cup of butter, one of sweet milk, four of flour, two teaspoon fuls yeast powder, half a pound of citron cut fine and thin, and the whites of ten eggs beaten light. Rice Oysters.-the first month without the ...

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 September 1878

HilE COLFAX CHRONICLE. - tcnmttratic journal, bcbatNc to focal LAb (tneraU Retus, S iteratur , in, ~griulture, t. -, ICOLFAX, GRANT PARISII, LA.. SATUIIRDIAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1878. INO. 47. G- GyOODWNTY, , EITOR and PUBLISHER. TERMS: intuadvancev. .--- - 2 i) S . ....... 1 .. othst " ...... ... 7.5 -- 9E£RTISIW RATES: (l iNC sipac~ ) first i.nsertion, "- a heequaent insertion :1, t.. of a sqlare charged an a nulea, otherwise agreed p-Csof I Personal nature, when charged at double rates. and Business Cards, qUar, $10 per year; two a' ANNI'"NCKMENTS -$5. m must iu every instance ac te order. S--- aul.: ,u i 1 Year (C lumnf $20. XF1' $ _1 - $till ** $1l; i $1 4' $145 _Mrsiest advertisements paye ranc1 ; quarterly atls. ilonthlly ;yearly a:ls. quarterly in ad 6apt by special contract. ewtrtiaelrents are not paid tfr -- tute expuil . ir wlih Ii tf ' = - rderrlev li e lt l ul ! ,L' they et-eauued, and pad ni,'ut exacted fill time thcly a&ljwared in the All alvertisenUwits sent hl to 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. — 28 September 1878

1bc Calfar Cbroniclc. RA(iAN & NASH, PROPRIETons H. . G(3-COODTAY1", EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATUIRDAY, SEPT. 2S, 187X. AGENTS. Mr. A. A. GCooCwlxi. of Alxaundria, is an authorized ageiut of the, ('IIoNSlcl., and % ill  ot lrlcl, for adlvertisvellnnts and receive sullb riptions. M,-5-r,. McCAINI & It:o., Of Moit gm.lery, are our aunthorize t agents. DEMOCRATIC TICKET! FOR STATE TREASURER, E. A. B3URKE, OF ORLEANS. FOR CONGRESS, 4TH DITRICTr. HON. J. B. ELAM, OF DE SOTO. FOR SENATOR, 24rTH DisTicT. Dr. J. F. KELLY, OF WINN. PA .IS TICMET_ For Representative. JAMES NEELY. For Parish Judge. A. V. RAGAN. For Sheriff. H. M. JETER. For Coroner. PHILIP GOODE. A SQUARE FIGHT. Some persons seem to imagine that the Democracy of this parish are weak because an effort has been made to secure colored voters. They are very much mistaken. The Democrats of Grant parish have a hundred and fifty majority, and they can and vill carry the Novem ber election by " that number, in a fair and squar...

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 September 1878

1olfa Q.)broInic. 4 tI2RDAy, SEPT. 28, 1878. o ,411 jUdi,'(al advertiu~ermenth 0 paid for in, advance, or ? It diescotinued aqter 1lai g,LIG(HO'S N4ERVICE Sheld in ('olfax on each Friday ,dore the tirst and secmnl an . tbe mouth. I the Rev. J. L. P. preacher in ebarge. k are sid to -be about three bales of cotton ginned and at the gins hereabouts. 1 Colfax public school closed ,, and Prof. Grow treated to a hop last evening. ~mbre had but one mail for .__, i. What becomes of the mail? No seed to quar that 1rannates are plentiful, and aticethe fruit attains a larger htersbonts than we have no e.whIere. igaod deal of the corn crop has gathered. The cr1op is simply .. nsms, and all4-spect to IIh re a 4 I e of it this winter. hllerwere two showers oii rain the past week, It not to do the cotton any danm CuCtton pickiiag ~ , es on rapid ia il a few weeks will all le lr. .O. (tavsont., the registrar thaw plrit , cxrexl)ts to , make ar w toa. s to It. u C('lf:ax enat week andtl give ta...

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 September 1878

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Thie IOI -(clC('l)('. Lemon Po,.-Juicy ,al .r t, rind of I,4* lemon, one t.:cnfp, of sugar, two e-ggs, ofne cracker, anld one-half of a tcup of milk. Fried Toad,cus. -- Tako c d,1 stewed tomatoes, well seas 'nfcl. add to them suffliient rolled crack er to enable you to form into cakes, fry in lotitter to a light brown. Fresh tomatoes sliced and( rolled in tine c.racker crumbs, first salting them, and fried in the same manner are very nice. Pumpkin Pudding. -- Pare the pumpkin and put it down to stew, strain it through a collander; two pounds of pumplkiu to one pound of butter, one pound of sugar and eight eggs beat to a froth; add half a wine glass of rose water, one tea spoonful of mace, cinnamon, and nutmeg all together. To Broil Fish.-Split the fish down the back and rub it over with melted butter. Let the coals be clear and bright, and the grid iron a wire one that can be turned without-disturbing the fish. When done slip it on to a pot platter and season 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. — 5 October 1878

_ _ _---- - - - - - _ _- -- --1·t--- -  -- urnal, ~ebotc to otal ant rtial ~ r t os, ` iterattrt , 1 ,citne,  izulture, Etc. COLFAX, (GRANT PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1878. {NO. 48. ai...'t much, may , our Majestyi t. ,, t lrae (A rRT . onod-Bye can they do i t h t r hat' the . . Cdlf;' &br~oliclC. G cbDWw-T co 0R and PUBBLISHER - TERMS: vauce......... 2 .VERTISING RATES: i lad apaa") first inse~rtion, alt( sf square chargod ast a toe otherwiste agreed eof Pe~ol0ttntiu~tre, wrhen charpd at +double, rates. and 13u~iiness Ca~rds, zi. =W per )cot; two Aar/ulxcsJIEN'ra - *5 suit ill eve ry uftateairCC ,e order. 1-- ma s1 ya wi býul \>wn $:;1 11 N pent audvertiMeulenltttd paya quartirlV ada. tItOtithlýy early Wds. quwrtetrly in ad t by spl'Cl ctIutract. *ttrtiseweut art uot paid for *,tune expyri-r for which they *onered to b+. publishted, they W yr.$iuuef YI and pa) w1:nt exacrted fill tinge Uhlue) "k'1ts;d to the HA All alvertiicttlenlt5 Mervf 1to t his gist,,, te ,.th...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 October 1878

Shle fnlf it fhtonidc. lA(iGAN & NASH, 1'HOPRIFrn RR. H-_ G-. a.OODr N, EDITOR and PUBLISHER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1878. AGENTS. Mr. A. A. Gool)wal. of Alexzndria. is an authorized agent .f the ('IHiuSw'.IE, and % ill contrLet fir ad' rtis.iIInt.i and receive sberilttous. Mesasrs. MUCAIS &i BIo., of M"nt gomrnry, are our authorized agents. DEMOCRATIC TICKET! FOR STATE TREASURER. E. A. BURKEI OF ORtIEJANY. FOR CONGRESS, 4TH I)IShTwr. HON. J. U3. ELAM, OF DE O0TO. FOR SENATOR, 24TH DIrsrnr. Dr. J. F. KEILY. OF WINN. P.&.PISI3 TICKE._T For RIepresentative. JAMES C. NEELY. For Parish Judge. A. V. RAGAN. For Mheriff. H. M. JETEI. For Coroner. PHILIP GOODE. He's a sorry Democrat. We refer to any man who pro. feases to be a Democrat, and is so soft as to allow his personal regard to influence him to vote for an In dependent so-called. If he can do no better than this we' would ad vise him not to vote at alL It would be far more consistent for such an one to call himself a Rep...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 October 1878

WIAY, OCTOBER 5, 1871. - -U judic:--id - dc 4r1Itrt'uemenl 1 rpi -for in advane, or *aJ be diseonti nu'ed aler I/es pEcIOI'S SERVICE bheld iln ('olkfa on each Friday * ioe the first and second Sun dtboe mnth. by the Rev. J. L. P. prerher iu charge. io tickets $6 a thousand. Piolice Jury of Grant parish _ Monday. 7th inst. Ilavoe received but one mail ~ew Orleans since the maiddle ber. Skdeath rate from yelloý.fever - w OrleanS now averaPg a sixty W, which is a decrease of about from the rate in that two woks ago. Sweek we will be ablle to give 5eders a short record of the eandidate for Senator, J. F. Kelly, and of Mr. James m ly,oor candidate for Repre ten Bard, the ecentric e/litor go Baton Rouge Herald, the Independentt paper of this died in Baton Rouge on the of Septeuber 14th, from bker. ulip Blat'kman will deliver an at tneen a('ti1)p thi uworn - (kt. .th, N a , ill dliscuss ti e of theitv. pi, g I,",rtin - A ll are ut t. I to hl . In at ITas. Siul,,,u's and Lacroix teai nu wi...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 5 October 1878

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. 'it'hl Hiou.t-,kctl(eCi. !Muftins.-A pint of sour milk, two eges, i lmnp of butter hldf as large as an agg. a -mall teSt',, fuitl of soda. lntke in get rl pi ns it l a hot oven fifteen minutes. Kineg's Puddlind.-Beat six eggs, add one quart of sweet milk, onei pound of white sugar, one dozen soda crackers, four large apples cut in very thin sht-cs, and a little salt. Spice to ta.,te and bake for about two hours. Landy Pudding.-One quart of milk, two large spoonfuls of flour, the yolks of four eggs well beaten and mixed with milk, beat the whites of the eggs separately, mix with four teaspoonfuls of sugar and drop on t)fh top and bake. Icing for Cake. --Beat the whites of four eggs, then add gradually one and a quarter pounds of pul verized sugar, beating it for half an hour. If too thick to run, thin with a little vinegar. Flavor with lemon. The cake sholud be al most cold and well' floured before you attempt to ice it. Eggs a la Creme. - Six eggs boiled hard and...

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