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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax chronicle. — 3 May 1884

. . ..; ii :, ;.·· ryS! . THE COLFAX C__ A gtmrnrxii Immrn1 btbutb to TotalI anb FuraI ku !itt z $inct, ~i uJ±·t, Etr. VOL VIL COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1884. L LA. bATU".D ofof. { (the ret he. rdl lrrr~r, arr sr.mtt d d. THE COLFAX CHRONICLE, Published Every Baturday, at Col1ax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY -ar C-. G. G3OODWN, in, r EDITOR and PROPRIETOR.' TERMS OF BUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year. ........... ....1 50 One copy, six months ............... 76 tilx uopus, one year ................ 7 50 Jayable invariably in advance. SA TES OF ADVERTISINO. GEN First inserti n ohargel double pr ,e , -- -- , I iADO. lt. 1n. 9m. 3. .m. 1 r. 1Il,,... , 1 200 b 05 9   2 Inches. I : 3 7 6 95410 15 7 3 inches. 300 00 57 19 50 4 inase. 31 06 87 715 2i 6 inches. 4 50 7 I0 10 1 501 00o icolaman dG 8 125 17 U3S 8 00 Z in n 16 5 00 (0 10 AS j adtertdemeute $1 per square for Aprt Iaertion; each subsequent publieas Wint tion sq cents per square. Brief eommtuimnttions upon subject...

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 May 1884

THE CHRONICLE. COLFAX, - * * LOUISIANA. RHODA FARRA ND. In the last of thse Centennial days, Let me sing a song to a woman's praise: How she proved herself in that time of strife, Worthy of being a patriot's wife. A little woman she was-not young, But ready of wit and quick of tongue: One of the kind of which io!tomon told: Setting their price above rubles and gol. A memory brave clings around her name; "'was Rhoda Parrand, andworthy of fame. Though scarce she dreamed 't would be woven in rhymes,. In these-her grand-daughter's daughter's times. Just out of the clamor of war's alarms, Lay In tranquil quiet the Jersey farms: And all of the producein barn and shed By the lads and girls was harvested. For the winds of winter with storm and chill Swept bitterly over each field and hill. Her husband was with the army, and she Was left on the farm at Parsippany. WLen she heard the sound of a horse's feet, And Marshal Doty rode up the street; He paused but a moment, and handed down A letter...

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 May 1884

RCIMSL Alt mCRUCL -Penamylfm elxpends ,00,000 Yearly for the hirlan of teachers for the he public shook-.-Puludefpkia Press. as -The BaptistChurch of Berlin, Rens- be selaer County, N. Y.. has recently cele brated its one hundredth birthday. cr -George Nuget, who recently died m in Phldelphia leaves about $400,000 fa for the establishment of a home for dis- pl abled Baptist ministers, their widows ia and dependent families. -The Boston Congregationalist says i that it is many years since the tidings to from the churches throughout the nF ountrry, and especially in the interior ti' and West. were so full of cheer. -Tokio, Japan, has its twelfth Pe of byterlan church. The Governfent t daily paper advertises the Bible for sale. of "ln ten years Tokio may be a Christian th city," was the prediction of its young hf men at the late conference of churched s -The School Board of Rochester, N. cc Y., has abolished the recess on account it of the rowdyism upon the playground bi during that ti...

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 May 1884

ý I E uifa OLrnnite. SATULtDAY, MAY 3, 1884. tsusOapurrios, $1.SUA YWAR, is ADVANCL C'Judicial Adcertisemueeti must be paid for is adrua. , or.they will be disooxlirued after the fires ieertion. AGENTS. Ma. A. A. GoonwtN, of Alexandria, i' an sathorized agent of theoCuRsoi o.e, al 4 will coutract for advertisements and re eeive aubscrilitions. Moessrs. McCAIN & Bon., of Montgo m ery, are oar authorized agents. IOCAL DOT S. Fine weather for setting out sweet potatoes this week, and lots of people took advantage of it. The house aLd lot occupie by sirs. Carnahaq is for sale. See ad vertisement in another plane. Distriet court meets Tuesday-46 eivil and about 40 criminal cases on docket, the latter all minor offenses. A church festival is to be held in Montgomery on the 10th of May, for the benefit of the Methodist parson age at that place. There will be a called or special meeting of the school board of Grant parish held at the court house in Colfax on Saturday, the 7th of June, ...

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 May 1884

STHE QOLFA YLVIC FAX, GRANT RISH ;1:,,5 t:, OLt, nY C O :. o . Dl. n l a:i·a nn  s nre m r + 1 T ý ! l lifif l tC MM... a m·d & h n &. h - .A,,. I d Y ý ý T'E OOL.FA OHRONIOLE, N: Published Every Saturday, at Coltax, Grant Parish, La.. -BY EC. G- GOODWT)W, r Fr EDITORI a PBOPRIETOL. SBBYMS OP BICTBCRIPTION. 04e eopy, one year ................1 50 Oie4 bopy, al meonths............... 76 -is OOlies, one year ................ 7 60 Payable invariably in advaaee. A LA BATZB OP ADVERTISING. Dr Flst inaerti charged double pr ,. I luck...!60I 1 2 00 3 00 s 00 900 Sliasebe. Oti S. 3 75 5 25 9 50 15 7 3 ines1. 50 3 00 00 7 50 1 0 23 50 6 oe.S 00 3/6 Srg 8t 75 15 (p 2 6 iashes. 4 7 10 165 0 30 00 C ioole-a4 127S 6 17 05 00. 1 1 l. 0 15 oU9.5 00 010 00 80 00 All ,E . admrilsaaents $1 per square for e, irst I nertion; each subsequent publicao tion 50 cents per square. Brief oommuninations upon subJects o0. sd, public lnteveet solicited, but no attentio. wrn be paid to aoonymors writers...

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 May 1884

THE C II3tNICIE. ro je ha COLFAX, * - . LOUISIANA. fa HER HAPPIER LOT. To that strange city on the hill Myi bart by tsagreat sorrow led With grievings that no faith could still, I came, my gift of flowers to spreadl, t My fears-to shed. cc Lo, th that eity strange and fair, Whose restful paths to-day I trod, to lay lik a bleasing overywheru. G On shaded street Gad fower-strewn sod, The peace of God. Afar, the rlver, llke a thread Of silver, poured, and farther down Lsy fields that had been harvested: rc And autuqn leaves, red, gold and brown, Made earth a crown. And farther still, a city where d Men go about with smiling eyes The while their souls great burdens bear: And mingled moans and songs and sighs 01 From pile lips rise. Ii And in that city down below el Men note the yield of yellow grain, it And watch the silvery stream, and know That blight or bloom, or rise or wave, Means loss or gsla. Down there they clasp each other's hand, And vainly try to dull the ear Agaipat the piti...

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 May 1884

-A New York emale, whose dog lost an eye ls a thbt with a cat, em- bl ployed an oceli to put a glass eyein bly the pin.s of the ber that had ben b clawed out-N. T.- ic.ca -Fere Hyacinthe, while speaking n New Orleans recently, said at "by the wi cession of Loisiasna to the United fro States sad EngFand, the death war- Th rant of a great French empire is boa Ameriks was signed. I would almost Go call this a crime."-J. O. Picayune. L atciertisement from the l Ay column of the London Sta : Be "FuMad in Pall Mall a purse containing Ins maney. Owner can have it by applying wi to L. F. Wakefield, Chiswick, on pay- fro meet of advertisement sad giving de- pr scription. Ii not claimed within a week so the money will be spent and the purse stE given to the poor." hii -Over 8,000 plants are in the White wi House Conservatory proper, and 12,000 pr more are kept in the various hot-houses. This eollectiou Includes plants from no every quarter of the globe, and it costs of 6)0 per year to tend 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. — 10 May 1884

SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1884. 8Mssostraro, $1. A Yaas, is AoDVnrs. PJudeit Advrti( t mee sud paidb for iO adanse, or Aqeg wit b dieoaitsed i AGENTS. Ms. A. A. GOODWIN, of Alexandria. is 1 a autborised agent of thCaoaltotNL., SI d Sill couatract for advertisements and re. ceive nbaoriptions. t Messrs. McCAIN & Bao., of Montgonm ery, are our authorised agents. LOCAL DOTS. Everybody should turn out Sunday evening to the temperance meeting. Let everybody come. Let everybody join. Among the visitors to Colfax du- v ring court week we notice our late f parishioner, R. B. Williams and wife. A now of Natchitoches. Also Mr. Hen- ( ry Williams, of Montgomery, who a spent a couple of days in our midst. d On the recommendation of Mr. Blanebard the Postoffice Depart ment has ordered the poetoffices at Cheneyville, Colfax, Grand Cane, Pineville, Roheline and Sparta, in the h Fourth Congressional District of Louisiana, be made money order offi on and saý jw of Joly next. A negro by the name Willia...

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 May 1884

THE COLFAX CHRONICLE: SL etwcratic ýnrnal, btboteb to oataI an untra1l Paes, literature, S eiAur, griuitart, etc. VOL. VII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1884. INO. 27. S--.. i I W Dtn. dwd B . I la. to 0. h h , wh THE COLFAX OHRONICLE, b Published Every 8aturday, at Colfax, Grant Parish, La.. - -E. G. GOO rr, FD EDITOR sad PROPRIETOL. TEIGMS OF ~LUBCIl1PTIOY. One copy, one year. ...............$1 50 One copy, six months h.............. 75 tix coeis, one year ................ 7 50 kayable invariably in advance. A BATEB OF ADVERTISING. D First inserti n charged double pr we CAC. it. I. 'an. 3... 6m. 1.'r. l inch... 50 1 50 00 3 i 5 9 00 2 inches. I 01 2 , 3 75 25 9 50 15 76 3iaehes. 1 5o 300 5 007 12 OtW3 50 4 inehs. 2 31 6 8 75 15 25 25 6 inches. 4 50 7 7l0 0o 16 5030 00 i column 8 012 517 5 305 00 Z a 015 25 00 00 0 00 I ' asMlMsemeats $l per square for a rant Insertion; each subsequent publoa tion f50 cents per square. Brief communlictions upon subjects o. a publ...

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 May 1884

THE CHRONICLE. hi COLFAX, . * * LOUISIANA. I ct THE WISE BELLS. a On a sunny Sabbath morning, t Forth two mesaengcrs were sped. That the bells be set a-rinsing; One to say, in chime and singing, i A fair maidenJs to wed; It One to say. with knell and moaning, A fair malden lieth dead. 9 By mischance the stttpid servants o Went not whither they were bade: But each where was sent the ether. One said: "Ring the bells right glad w For a bridal." Said the other: "For the dead ring slow and sad." So it chanoed that at the bridal. a All turned pale to hoer the bell;: i While the gladsome wedding chiming b 'Mid the dirge discordantfell; But the angels hearing, whispered: ti "In the chimee and In the knells, b Wisdom, more than man could teach ye, Did you speak to-day. O bells!" -M(ile C. Pomeroy, in The Continent. ii TOM'S REVOLVER The parlor of the farm-house up C among the Maine mountains had C enough touchce of quiet good taste about it to make us wonder at sight of J a common four-ounce...

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 May 1884

FARM AND PIRESIDE. -Lima beans are grown more suc- "Yes,' eessfully if planted in rows, seed six as a dent inches apart, than if planted in bills. is a new The rows should be about three feet dogs. I apart.-N. Y. Herald. pets, are -Souse: Clean pigs' feet and soak arses in them in salt and water for a week or ing. and ten days; boil tender and split; pour and sec boiling water over them, spiced with been th mace and pepper corns.-The House- kennel a hoeL vears, at -For turnips in white sauce shape of dogs, some turnips like pears; make a good matter a white sauce, to which is added some to me, I stock. Boil the turnips in this until find that they are tender. When the sauce is the tee't well reduced (after taking out the tur- have for nips) add to it a little powdered sugar, Sometir and, at the moment of serving, add a upon th small lump of butter andthe yelk of two loose. eggs.-Utica Herald. gunus an -- The bee martin is highly valued.by the efee farmers as a mortal enemy to hawks....

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 May 1884

be t lifa Qibronickt. S.:1I'UiWDAY, MAY 17, 1854. L ~t-'icRLI'TION, $1.31 A YEAR, IN ADVAbNLE. 1 r'.,Iditciul iAdrertieemenbt msot be paid for tr adcance, or they will be dinswutinucd 0 u/llr th firmt insertion. A(ENTS. Mn. A. A. GoonwI, of Alexandria, iys a ti tithorizeI agent of the HRONIcc.E, aD C:: will coitlraCt for atveCrtiseuments and re ecive shubscriptions. Messrs. McCAtr & BRn., of Moutgo.in cry, are our aunthorized agents. LOCAL DOTS. a p H. W. Ogden of Bossier parish it was elected Speaker .of the House of t llepresentatives. The vote stood H. W. Ogden 53, R. P. Hunter 27. Hou. Judah P. Benjamin, the dis- h tiugIishod lawyer and advocate, and at ex-member of the governmentf of the a Southern Confederacy, died in Paris tl on the 7th inst. ' 8 it The Colflarx Social Club will give a f( grand tournament ball on Friday, d May 23. The invitations were issued a yesterday. It promises to be a C "ton" affair. Gentlemen's tickets one dollar. e You hadn't ought to do it; but...

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 May 1884

T11E CULL ' AA C11H U AN 10 L E. $ emocratic gaurnal, behtth to fatal anb Antral lities, fiterature, Science, $gritaltart, @ft. VOL. VII.1 00LFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1884. INO. 28. ... nm as, e . w --.... .. 1 . .. - - - - . 1 A mammarkable PM sT I The lWaklae of Oswembacks. I it for his own metention and awarw.1 Col.sax. Is. Mar SS. 14@4. 'rHE COLFAX CHRONICLE, N Published Every Saturday, at Colt .ax, Grant Parish, La., ---~~Y -. GC+. 0OODWYT,'L EDITOR and PROPRIETOR 7 EHRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year ............... 1 60 )0c copy, six bmonths............... 75 'bix copios, one year ................ 7 50 I'ayable invariably in advance. A Ll RA TES OF ADVERTISING. Dr First inserti a charged double pr .e PAO. it. Iw. lu. 3_. . I. m. 1 'r. -I-" I -- - I iuch.. : 1 50200 3 00 5 00 900 :' inc"hes. i ( 2 W. 3 75 52 9 50 15 75 : i,,cke 154 3 5 00 7 50l20e 50 4 i uches. 2 l 0 31 6 7 15 0 25 5 inches. 2 50 4 6o 7 0110 1506 3 00 C 4 colun450) 8 00125017 .305 20 ...

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 May 1884

THE CHRONICLE. iiacha favorah corn-mi neighllt COLFAX, * - LOUISIANA. brook, hous'e. the bro IIURRAH FOR THE MAN t11O lower a FPAY'. water There are men of brains who count their gains Gran By the million dollars or more; under t They buy and sell, snd really do well * here 1 On the money of the pxor. - They mate o lget quite cep in debt for he By various crooked ways: mink, And so we say that the man to day Is the honest man who pays. When in town he never sneaks down enter t Some alley or back-way street: t With head erect he will never deflect, and no But boldly each man meet. eye: b He counts the cost, before he is lost eye b In debt's mysterious maze orable And he never buys in a manner unwise, father' But calls for his bill, and pays. his owl There's a certain air of debonair The In the man who buys for cash: he was He is not afraid of being betrayed when By a jack-leg shyster's dash. What he says to you he will certainly do, ture, b It it's cash or thirty days: And when he go...

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 May 1884

MISCELLANEOU. I -An insane woman recently victim- - ized a San .loe (Cal.' drn goods deal- pod er lv ordering an ex-:.rsive wedding outtit. wil -(Concord, N. H., ba contributed ?7.5n0.k0 in the last six u.innths to the ill welfare of those who hbve minin) l)ut tocks to sell. One man lost S74,0J1. as -Boston Herald. the -A fellow in Cleveland. O., hasy taught a dog to steal newspapers from us the doorsteps of house., where they un have been left by carriers, and bring be them to him.--(hiago Time' . i -Finding that the Ohio River at sui Wellsville, O., is a hundred feet higher than Lake Erie, it is suggested that all ear Hloods in the Ohio could hereafter be an avoided by a huge canal that would tre carry the rising foods harmless to the th< lake. - C'relan-l Leaelr. thi -In Barnstead. NN.II.. a sparsely set tied country town. they have just had lib a jubilee in honor of the forty-seventh std anniversary of the Barnstead brass thi band, which has had a continuous or ganization si...

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 May 1884

SA'I'UIRDAY, MAY 24, 18~4. our anti ScicaiPrr'IO., jLk; A YAEa, IN ADVAaNuc. to wet tr'Jandicial Adrertiseaents tmust be paid for in adrance, or they will be discotinurd stou ajltr the firsl inrrtion. A - Der AGENTS. Ma. A. A. Goot)wyl, of Alexandria, iQ an authorized agent of the CItoNt'II.ix, at, cha will contract for advertisements and re- mu] eeive subscriptions. - Messrs. MOCAIN & Bao.. of Montgo.mn- in i cry, are our authorized agents. Out tree LOCAL DOTS. Locael are scarce this week. ed I A The recent heavy rains are doing kno great damage to the crops. Wel Judntl Three first-class sewing machines 1Mo for sale at the CaowrmoLs office. has ton With so much rain and every pros- awt pects for an overflow, is enough to ore make the farmers feel pretty gloomy. loot bee Col. Thos. Hunt, treasurer of the World's Exposition, died at his rees- beft dence in New Orleans on Tuesday, May 6. to__ We are in receipt of an invitation Ext to attend the annual exercises of hot Franklin Ins...

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 May 1884

THE COLFAX CHITRONICLE. S~tmratic ~urnal, btbatoz to ~otal anb 6tnrena tens, tifrxaure, S3int, gritIlturt, etr. VOL. VII. COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1884. INO. 29. THE COLFAX OHRONICLE, Published Every 8aturday, at Coltax, Grant Parish, Ia.. - -BY -. Ga. GFOODW rN, EDITOR and PROPRIETOR. EBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. O)ue copy, one year ................$1 50 One copy, six mouths............. 75 .bix colpes, one year .............. 7 50 k'ayable invariably in advance. BLlTB8 OF AD VEBTISING. First inserti , charge- double pr .0 ` Ato. it. 14. YluL 3L. &wm. 1.r. 1 inch... si 5u 2 00 O 500 9 00 2 inches. 1i00 1 2 3 755 9 50 15 7t 3 iobes. 1 50 3 005 7 50 12 (1 23 50 4 Juhesa 00 3 6 26 8 75 15 25 25 5 inches. 2 450 7 0010 16 50 30 00 i colaum 4 b 2 5017 30 5 52 0o t lan 8 015 t 0 500 O0 00 A 1'. adertlsemeete $ per square for aret amertion; each subsequent publica tion s0 cents per square. Brief communications upon subjects o. publie interest solicited, but no attentio...

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 May 1884

TILE CHRONICLE. COLTFAX. * * LOUISIANA. 1'OEL'IR Y A.1' TIlE ')Oflf " The world !s v try t .:u'IfuIl " I ~aid,l As ye et,:*d.y, l., -..1I thl"- b,i;n iiitir stream. (;I. Ltd: n i ul,: , I wa rtch "I th· ltre:nl ui',u s rlcallll Slant tho t lhi w;uti n , ,n1 I. r n"i.n-c;arlst'l .\ ilh i to i util f'ri an I culrvillng bramI tle Ant I b loze tlit thouon1 i 1 rtl~-l.t margin And in the parklh a- hb !!to glint and play, And kindle all the brierls i Ulamiig sets. ' The world Is very horrible(" I sigh. A, in tty wo Wa't, ti i,,-dlay I thread Chi;I streeL . tlleforllt ti with iul monotony.lln Ililina r stran yllr lileltr i f unkn wnII drea. l, Ti1 rt'ktlllg court. the uthli llle-s Iti, .r-dil-tn, 1 he laints wnhere thing,. titnholy lhrong alld hriitt: Grit crie, the fierce de-pair of strong tnrin-l tenl. Child-infamy, and shamnlest s womnanhood. And men have looked upon this piteous thillt- Iallnk lives uinvilttd by hieutv's ap ell Atn"i - UII: "lct I e: it it not i, ,':"t to bring ItIr(...

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 May 1884

IISCELLANEOUS. -The United States is invited to par ticipate in an exhibition of dairy pro. ducts at Munich, next October. -A Vermont man has a parrot that he has succeeded in teaching to recite nearly half the Twenty-third Psalm. Rutland Herald. -A whale sixty feet long and thir teen feet high has been killed off Besu. fort, S. C. Sixty barrels of oil was ex. pected.- St. Louis Post. -Since the recent Southern cyclone, the enterprising citizens of the section through which the storm pats-ed have been industriously at work digging refuge caves. -A series of prehistoric mica mines have recently been discovered in Louis ianas. The surrounding vegetation shows that at least 500 years have elapsed since they were abandoned. N. o. Times. -In 1869 William H. May, of Troy was divorced from one wife and married to another. He discovered somehow re cently that the Judge of 1859 had not signed the decree, so that he was d :, undivorced, and the error of twenty -tive years was corrected by Jud...

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 May 1884

SArUtoDAY, MAY 31, 1884. Bussoosno. $,iO A I, a. is As vAas. IFJvdieI AdvertLisntse mait be -ed for is adanes, or tts wilt be lissaiissedl af/ter the Jlrst inasrtierss. AGENTS. Ms. A. A. Goonwzn. of Alexandria, is a i authorlsid agent of theCHna,x.ot,a t will contract for advertisements and re seive subscriptions. Meosrs. MoCCri & Bao.. of ontlgonn ery, are our authorised agents. LOCAL I)OTS. NOTICE. QArmsn.TL Cormamunsc for the Colfax d Montgomery circuit will be held for the second quarter at St. Maurice, on the 14th and 15th of June. Dmiwror Cowummeos for the Alexan dria district will convene at Colfax, Au gust 27, 1884. N. 8. Coarwsa., P. E. C. H. T.al, Enq, hu served a no tice on Hon. G. A. Kelly, of Wiun, that he will contest his seat in the Senate. The wife and family of Mr. J. C. Wickliffe returned yesterday from a visit to Kentucky. They were so companied by Mr. Chan. Wiekliffe, brother to our new district attorney. There will be a called or special meeting of the sch...

Publication Title: Colfax Chronicle, The
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