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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 19 August 1882

TH DONALDSONYILLE ChIEF. SO FICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF ASCENSION AND TOWN OF DONALDSONVILLE. VOLUME Xl. DONALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1882. ' NUMBER 50. G labstlk ji bill (tflicf. Amuicna Humani Generis. A Wide-Awake Home Newspapel Published Every 8aturday,at D o~aldsonville, Ascension Parish,La., -BY LINY DEN E. lElN.TLEY EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. PERJif. OF SUTBSCRIPTION: on. copy, one year,....... ..........$2 01 Owe etpy, six months,................. 1 21 Six copies, one year,...............1....0 01 welve copies, one year,.............18 0( P'ayable invariably in advance. AD VA~IRISING RATES: Oue iueld of space constitutes a "square." SKSI. l 12 0nos. 13 me0. 6timos.!1yeai ' sqare..!$ 3 00'$ 5 00j$ 6 50 $1100$150( i sinaros. 5 00 800 9 .+0 15 0I 20 0( 3 sq.ttrc. 7 00 11 00 12 50 19 00 25 0( 4 s+ttrires. 8 53 11 00 1. 00 23 00 30 0( 5 sqnates. 10 0d 16 0) 18 00 27 00 35 O( 6 us.iates. II 50 18 00 1900 30 00 40 01 7 s, týras. 1:1 5:1 20 00 21 00 33 00 44 Of 8 ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 19 August 1882

Published Every Saturday OfficialJournal of the Parish of Ascension and Town of Donaldsonville. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Entered at the Post-Odfee at Donaldson vifle, La., as Second Class Matter. Job Printing of al; kinds, from a full sheet poster to i bread ticket, executed on shortest notice, at city prices and in best style at the CHIEF office. W Postmasters are authorized and re pluested to act as ageats for the CHIEF. 17 The CHIEF is received by all sub s~eibers POSTAGE FREE. Saturday, August 19, 1882. Senator Ben. Hill died at Atlanta last Wednesday morning and will be buried to-day. His last words are said to have been, "Almost home." The State election held in Alabama on Monday before last resllted in a Demo cratic snccess by a reduced majority. Thu Independents and Republicans elected about twenty sientbers of the Legislature. In addition to the new song by Mr. A. J. Reynolds and Prof. Blanchy, dedica ted to Phoenix Fire Company, the Pro fessor has written ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 19 August 1882

Subswipaii~jsce T.Ddmau Yes,. - mau com cee wr rar & Acour. Ma k Ez --.---... .... _ a -. epm~aa ......... l te lS.... S at.e U ...anirn.s 15 .... J .l .... stasas some a r, G . TiL3 GOIG E.AST. V k Accrm. Hai A Es. West Batl eaRge,... 6 A I St 45x ..ardtbers,:....-. s 1s ...... s, 6 --.... ew Orleas, arrives......... -- 7 0G.... For rates amn information, address. 3x. B. SPELIAN, Oeralt Freight and Ticket Aýgk H.K O B ORS u Spt. Orrnt.: Wgo. W Camp street, tew Orleans. tSteamboat Schedule. New Orleas and Dean.seaave. ete of kth Comt. up 7ussday. Thursday and Saturday nights; down Wednesday, Friday and Sýdy mtuerniga. .S .Mrar ap Tuesday and Friday; down Thursday and Saturday. New Orleans ad Plaqu.aP e. Wkioer, up Tuesdays and Saturdays down edneedays and Sundays. Attends to business of Asamptio and . Mtry. New Orleans sad Bayen Sara. FPcea. i place of E J. Gae, up Hon :sly and Friday nights, down Wednesday andt Swday ereaings. C+ronme, in place of JeAs W. Ceons, up Wednesday an...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 19 August 1882

Two Dollars a Year. MY MUSIC-BOX. MRs. B. i. TUnXai. You never heard my music-box? You don't know what you're losing' 'Tis very sweet, but now and then, I own, somewhat confusing! 'Twill run, and rn,-and.aever tire, Without a bit of winding, No organ-man to set it off No monkey and no grirling! My music-box o'er all the house Keeps up so gay a humming That if you're vexed, or cross, or sad, The smiles will soon be coming! A little laugh, a little song! Not always set to meter But all the notes, in all the world, Could never make them sweeter! My music-box is a chatterbox, And keeps our home so mnerry, That when, perchance, it rests awhile, It's everybody's query: Where is the sun? Behind a cloud? The sunbeams are all sleeping. What makes the minutes seem so long? Just creeping-softly creeping!" But ah! what's that? A laugh, a shout! The music-box is playing! And'now the sunbeams wake again, Their little queen obeying! And so, you see, there's music gay With laughter, words and singi...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 26 August 1882

TIHE DONALDSONVILLE C IEF. S1 OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF ASCENSION AND TOWN OF DONAL-DSONVILLE. SVOItJIE XIL DONALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1882. NUMBER 51. Ad~meas l minani Generie. A, Wile-Awake ome Newspaper Published Eve s Saturday,at D anal4sonville, Ascension Parish,La., -BY aIlN Di U) E. BENTLEY, EDiTra Avg PROPRIEt'OR. TIERKJS OF BIT BSCRIPTIO: Uno cnopy, one year. ......... ..... 00 f One copy, six maoiths, ................ 1 25 Aix copies, one yearS................ 10 00 -welve copies, oe yes~t .............18 00 Payable invariably is advance. AD VfRT'ISING RATES: One inch of space constitutes a "square." QU.RES. ji r e. 2ues.2 iOs'3 uos. 6mos. I year Ssquar-..'$ 3 00 $ 5 001$ 6 50 $11 00 $1500 2 squl:ars. 5 03 8 09i 9 50 15 001 20 00 1 .as as.... 7 0: 1 0 1 50. 19 (00 25 00 " as::res. 8 3:) 14 01) 15 00 23 (10 30 00 5 squares. 0 0.) 16 0I) 17 00 27 00 35 00 6 sla;Lre3. 11 53 18 00 19 00 30 00 40 00 - 7 s 1n:ra1 1:3 .53. o. 0 0) 21 00 33 001 41 00 8...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 26 August 1882

rnatb DnbiLk VTieJf. Published Every Saturday Official Journalof the Parish of Ascension and Town of Donaldsonville. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Entered at the Post-Otfiee at Donaldson ville, La., as Second Class Matter. -i Job Printing of all kinds, from a full sheet poster to a bread ticket, executed on phortest notice, at city prices and in best style at the CI!IEF office. p Postmasters are authorized and re quested to act as agents for the CHIEF. 7' The CHIEF is received by all sub ceribers POSTAGE FREE. Saturday, August 26, 1882. Boys who play base ball in Vidalia on ,unday are arrested and fined. Plaquemine's new market-house is rapidly approaching completion. A mare and colt bolonging to Mr. A. Dehm were killed by lightning at St. Gabriel, Iberville parish. Joe Calis and Alexander Jones, colored ,men, had a shooting affray fifteen miles from Opelousas and Calls was killed. Henry Comeau of St. Laudry parish -was painfully wounded in the thigh by the accidental di...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 26 August 1882

Offlee in Crcen. Place. t Bubseiptio t Prioe Two Dollars a Year. j - --------- TRAVELERS' GUIDE. NEW ORLEAXNS ACI1iC RAILWAY, a TIMEh TABiLE. STAnsAIS GOto WEST. r Frt. & Accom. Mall & Ex. INew Orleans,................... 7 30 A M ouldnIh4ro, ......... 7 45 An 1 7 40.... St. Charles,........... 150 ..... 9 01... St. fames,............. 120 p M10 21....1 Donaldsonville, ...... 2 38...... 1 02 .... Plaquemine,...... 5 00..... 12 01 r Ai West Baton louge, ar. 6 5...... 12 45 .... TRAINS GOING EAST. Frt. & Accom. Mail & Ex. WestBaton Rouge,... 6'30 A A I 45 5P Plaquetumine....:...... 8 00...,.. 2 2i6.... Donaldsonville, ...... 1000....... 3 27.... St. Jamea,........... 12-05 M.. 4 08.... St. Charlee,............... 3 32 r 5 29.. Oouldshoro,......... 6 18S..... 47.... New Orleans, arrives. ......... .. 7 00.... For rates and information, address, 1, R. SPELMAN, General Freight and Ticket Agent. H. S. MORSE, Supt. OFFICE.: No. 20 Camp street, New Orleaa.s. •Steamboat Sched...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 26 August 1882

oiT rrOrlblh fLU R i. t irf. Two Dollars a Year. OUR NEW ORLEANS LETTER. Items of Iuterest from the Crescent City by Our Regular Correspondent. NEw OaI.,Letas, August 8, 1882. EDIrTOR CUnIEF The BoIurbon D)e moracy has made its second choice of Congressional candidates for the culrre'nt year-Mr. Carleton Hunt has Ieen selected as the nomniinee in the First District. Jnldging by the non-com miital.tone of his lkttter of acceptance, he is one of the greatest lawyers in the State. IIis reference to the bountiful sky, which he says is above us, is exceed ingly pertinent, and aflord.s a piece of information that will he gladly received by the people. The Demnocratic ring gonld not have made a greater mistake than the endeavor to drag a man of the .alibre and proclivities of Mr. Carleton HIunt into tlheir hoodlum crowd. lie was a prominent Know Nothing, a leader of the American party, well known in Whig pircles, and if we mistake not, Mr. Hunt is fishing for a Mahone party in Louis iana. ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 2 September 1882

THE DONALDSONVILLE-CHIEF. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF AS-CENSION AND TOWN OF DONALDSONVILLE. VOLUME XI. DONALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. NUMBER Amiens liumani Generis. A Wide-Awake Rome Newspaper Published Every Saturday, at 1)onatdsonville, Ascension Parish,La,, -BY L INDEN E. IBENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year,................$2 00 One copy, six months,................ 1 25 Six copies, one year,..................10 00 trelve copies, one year,.............18 00 Payable invarialtly in advance. A D VbRTIS.IG RATES: One Inch of space constitutes a "square." qjuARaS . m.o. 2 anos.3nmos.L6mos.flyear q sqaro.. $3 00 $ 5 00 $ 6 50 $11 00$1500 2 sqlures. 5 00 8 00 9 50 15 00 20 00 3 sqianrea. 7 0} 11 00 12 50 19 00 25 00 4 sQlu.ros. 8 50 14 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 5 squares. LO 00 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 6 lttar-es. 11 50 18 00 19 00 30 00 40 00 4ilsnaroP. 13 50 20 00 21 00 33 00 44 00 8 squares. 15 00 22 00 24 00 36 00 48 0...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 2 September 1882

. im allbl fiIe tbicrf. Publiehed tvery Saturday tI OffiialJournal of the Parish of 4sceinsion a " andTown of I)onaldsonville. ti L DEN E." BEN'TsEY,n ITOR AND PRIOPRIETOR. ti Entered ,at the Post-Office at Donaldson ., as Second Gltaitatsctter. • uthizgM' f la kinds, fromf i 3 11 R o a bread ticket, executed on otý, at city prices and in beat d y CHIExFF office. estlti.lters are autliovized and re teddto act as agents for the CHIEF. , ' ' 'The CiIEFi is rceeyved ly all Rsub- i FOR MEMlBER OF CONGRHE8-r l'IRD it D)ISTRICT, .0N. WM. PITT KELLOGG, a • OF IBERIA. of l0o ee of the Republican Party and faithful. O tative oef tli publ i___nte.s._ I Saturcayi eptember 2, 1882. Congressman Newton C. Blauchard of cC Caddo will apparently have no comnpeti- fr tor for the Democratic nomination in the cl Fourth District. ra A New Orleans company of colored , militia called the0Lareudon Rifles de- u Leated the Sumner Rifles of Mobile in a ui competitive drill. or John W. Jones, Esq., a member of...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 2 September 1882

Oci eei Crescent lace. Subscription Price Two Dollars a Year. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. - NEW OLLEANSA PACIPIC RAILWAY; ", 'QME TABLE. TRAINS GOING W EST. Frt. & Accom. Mall & Ex. New Orleans ,.... 7.............. 7 30 A Ai Gouldeboro, .......... 7 45 A .i 7 40 .... St. Charles,.......---- 10 15. ....9 01 ... St. James,............. 1 20 ll 10 21.... Donaldsonville, .... 2 38...... 11 0' ..... Plaqueminie,.......... 5 00.-..,|12 01 l t West Baton Rouge, ar. 6 50...... 12 45 .... TRiAINS 1GOING E.ST. Frt. & Aceom. Mall & Er. West Baton Rouge,... 6 30 A I 45 r in Plaquemine,.......... 8 00...... 2 26.... 1 D)onaldsonville, .. ... 10 00...... :1 27.... St. James,............. II 05 nt... 4 08,... St. Charles ........... 3 32 r 5 29 .... ouldsboro, ........... 6 18......6 47 .... New Orleans, arrives. ........... 7 00.... For rates and information. address, M. R. SPELMAN, General Freight and Ticket Agent. H. S. MORSE, Supt. UFFicit: No. 20 Camp street, New Orleans. Siteamnboat S...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 2 September 1882

Communicated. The River and Harbor Bill. Now that the travai* nand throes of I'tame Congress are over and she is safely delivered of this bill, in spite of her mid .-e, who attempted to push back the is on a supposed false p"gseutaition, we-miay expect to see soimethiMg done for nour levees. It was about time for Con g-eap to come to our aid. What with the St4i-mills State t-ax, ten-mills parish tax, five-mills levee district tax, and the pro jected five-mills special parish levee tax, a total of twenty-six mills, the people would soon have regretted the Kellogg regime, with its twenty-one mills and low raluastions (in a cow's horn,). The adherents of the Senator claim to haie proved this "by syllogism true, in moral and figure." We will not discuss. President Arthur recommended a river bill and he was landed to the skies here. Congress decorated the bill with divers flyers for the safe navigation of the duck ponds down Bast, which drew the veto, And presto! our Chief Magistrate is ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 9 September 1882

THE DONA3LD OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF ASCENSION AND OF DONAL BD.O .LE VO[E . . DONALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, I88 A~c~~b~icf A Wide-Awakdolne Niewspaper Pablirhied i a 8tudasy, at louaI4.tsvU1e,4oision farish,La., SI N KII' K E IN LEZY, V no eopyl), Vllg B~I)L).·;i .:..i..l .r·. .$ 00 04e copy, r l ltk lkoli ........... 1 25 ix copies, ock 3ear, 10 00 wolve 00 ion, ,one yetlet ... .. 18 00 Payablc invariabl* advance. .4 D 17111 ,S1 ,dTFSS Oft 4di" oI t '"m e.1 t ý a~s.j i lb. 2laos. 1,6i1& 1 year a*itaro..s 4b O0 8 00 91 15 00 20 00 s 00 11 00 1A 19 001 25 00 i inAV is. 8 $ 1400 15123 00 3000 5 eg tray. 4 00 16 00 17 00 35 00 igqdu os . II 50 1800 19 000 4000 7 %, ujres. -3 59 20 l 0 21 00144 00 8 s.1eares. 00 22 00 24 00 48 00 c 13 a-an .! 30 001 35 06th 0 ;1 00 } filtl i. 313 0 0 001 45 0 00; 75 00 I 4ýIll il . !!! 00. ,.00 55 001. 00101)00 7'rra.rent adv'ertiseftaeuts $ square irit injuertioni: welt anbseuhmeq .rtion, 75 rents per = ,, Icl . 4#Il~io...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 9 September 1882

1iiEtlished E Saturday ialtJo he Parish of Ascension aned of Dbonaldsonville. iEN E. BENTLEY, EDITORI AND PROPRIgETOR. Eutored at the Post-Ofice at Donads.on villei-La., as Second Clasm Matter. " ob Printing of al-kinds, from a full Aheet poster to a bread ticket, xemtnted on shortest notice, at city prices antT in best style at the CIIIEF office. S Postmasters are antlorized and re quested to act as agents for the UCn'IlF. S{i The CnrF. in received by Ai sub actibers PosTA0E Fat. . IFOl MEMBEt OJF coINGRISS--THl tI) DISRICTr IION. WM. PITT. KELLOGG, OF IBERIA. Nominee of the Republican Party and faithful t representative of the public interests. Saturday, September 9, 1882. It is stated that theiTariff Colimmission, in sessibr,llatChicago, after It thorongh considerition of the matter, decided to Teport in favor of mainlta~iuing the tariff of fifteen per cent. on lumber. ---- ---- -- - Thie Morelhnlse Clarion is of t he opinion that if MessrI. Kellogg and Beattie both ton for Congr...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 9 September 1882

pimalbso-abill t 94Kt 01ff ia Ciesea Pics. Plnbse?1ptio1 Pri1e T'wo DoUars a Taru TRA:VELERS! (*UIDE. NEW OsEAN8 PAbIIIC RAILWAY, TIME 1AhA3LE. tRACS SOGOING WEST. keLa Acee. Mall & Es 4e* Orleims,, : . . 7,30 A ~oUddiboiob; . 40 ... St. Cha .. . 10a...... 9 01 ._. $t. 1as ,0 P r RI 10 .... 1Thnaldson itfle, .......38.......II 02..- 'iirritseis .. 5 00...... 12 01 P ii Ww t iaton Rouge, t 6 50 . 1 45.... rA[MS GOING EAST. lrL & Accom. 'Mail & Ex. 'Artt ftiittrn Rouge,.e . 6 30 A lit 1 4.5 P M "aq ucmu ine........... 8 00 ...... 2 6... . qiouakdsoniille ......110 00...... 3 2.... ýl. J: aw..es,........ 2 (15 x___ 4 08 .... $t. Charles,........... 3 32 P H 5 29.... (lonldalhoro......._.. (i 18 ...... .647.... New Orleans, arrives........... .. 7 00.... For rates and infourmastion. aldidess, Ia. I. SP'1ELMAN, (trueral Ficight and Ticket Agent. It. S1. 310RSE, Supt. Oa'vaCa: No. 20 Canmp street, New Orleans. Steamboat Schedule. New Orleans mmt lDonaldsonville. j~e/e, oo(lc t...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 9 September 1882

aitalbsrlnbiIk Qlgief. Two Dollars a Y.ear. WE SHALL KNOW. When the mists have rolhe1l in splendor From tihe hbeauty of the hills. Aid the sunthiiie, warm and tender. Falls in kisses on the tillst We may re d love's shining letter In the rainbow of the spray; We shall know each other better When the mists have cleared away. We shall know as we are known, Nevermore to walk alone, In the dawnina of the morning When the mists have cleared away. fT we err in heman blindness, And forget that we are dust, If we nmss the taw of kindness When we struggle to be just. Snowy wings of peace shall cover All the pain that cloud our day, Whet, the weary watch is ovter And the mists have cleared away. We ahall know as we are known, Nevermore to walk alone, In the dawning of the morning When th'n mists have cleared away. When the silvery mists have veiled us Fr,m the faees Pof ,r OWn. Oft we deem their love Ira failed na. " Anl we tread our path alone; We shouhl see them near and truly. W' shonuld t...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 16 September 1882

THEONALDSONVYILLE _ OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE 'PARISH OF ASCENSION AND TOWN -OF DONALDSON .LL.; VOL,UME Xll. "" DONALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1882. NUMBER 2. 4a1med tk ihi AtInlns Hamani Generis. A WYde-Awake Home Newspalper Published Every Saturday, t DonaIddonville,Asceusiou Ptiish,La., b --1Y.'-. . Ih ICN II, IBEN'TIEW, EDITOR lAND P.Ot1PI.TOR. 1'KiiSU OF SUBSCRIPTION: f Ono Dopy, one year,..................$2 00 Oie copy, six mouths,................ 1 25 Bix copies, one year,.................. 10 00 rwelve copies, one year, .............18 00 P.ayable invariably in advance. A )D lAIITISlNG RA TS: Onue Inch of 1Eac costitultes a "square." quAusA.)Iis. (m 2e, i2os. 3mos. 6mos.5 lyear -,ta.e,, 3 00. '.5 00$! 0 50$11 00' $1500 0 quru. 5 03 8 001 9 50 15 0 20 00 ,.l.tg.~sI . 7 ~ 11t 00 12 50 1900 25 0o 4 sluar n. 8 0 14. 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 5 square. 10 00 16001 170 17 00 00 35 00 Sst;nrats.. 11 50 18 00 19 00 380 40 00 7ros1to;.$ 1:1 50 20 20 21 00 33 00 44 00 a ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 16 September 1882

Pa oQlcm1Jou ,a t enPariarof Aocension sad TertI . of Donaldsonvile. EIXhN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ontered at the Post-Ollce at Donaldson willes La., as Second Class Hatter. W Job Printing of all kinds, from a full sheet postea to a bread ticket, exenuted on shortest notice, at city prices and in best style at the CUtE Offaice. 1g Postmasters are authorized and re quested to ast as agents for the CHIEF. t' The CuHeg is received by all sub scribers PosTAGS FREE. FOR MEMBER OF CONGRiESS-THIRD DISTRICT, HION. WM. PITT KELLOGG, OF IBERIt. Nominee of the Republican Party and faithful representative of the public interests. Saturday, September 16, '82. -- , At a second specIal electioq held in Bossier to locate the parish seat, Cane's place opposite Shreveport, received 1692 votes and Benton 1510. At Gum Swamp, Morehouse parish, one coloren man broke the skull of another with a sledge hammer. Whiskey caused the trouble. The man who did the kill ing is in jail, At a recent Paris...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 16 September 1882

Bonasbs rnbrih ejaief. Otieein VCrlueeutP1ace. unbucription Price Two Dolls a Year. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., Satweiy, $ ptember i 1, '8. LOCAL JOTTINGS. TO ADVERTISERS. Simultaneonely with the opening of the fall business season we are pleased to announce that we have largely increased the edition of the Cmar to meet the demand and supply a stand ing order for three hundred extra copies each week. Merchants Bnd.business men will find this a most favorable time"for inserting their advertisements in'.ar paper. We insure them large and general circulation in Ascension and neighboring parishes, and confidently claim that there is no other advertising medium in lower Louisiana-with the txeption only of the leading New Orleans papers and the State oilcial jourpal-that offers advantages equal to those possesseed by the CmHr. The steamer Shields came up from the city and made an attempt to enter Bayou Lalourcho Tuesday morning, but found she was drawing too much water and abandoned the undertak...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 16 September 1882

Two Deuat" tear. BT I T¶Th N, BBObN. a lover'wlispers, •s;YC ' d the gate; "T , so hard to leave you. But we can not alter fate; Think of me, ldve, for aye. Good-by. sweetheart, good-by." u Good-by, dear mother; hold me Close to your loving heart. Alh! how it hurts to say it, To know tthat we must part;" List, list the wild heart-cry, : (ood-.by, mother, good-by." The little wastes fingers Rest calmly in our own, Ai baby's bright young spirit, -Wlithout a sgh-or moan, Steers for its home on high. Followed by our" good-by." Bring hither spotless lilies, a* Roses and milk-white phlox; With loving fingers strew them Inside the rosewood borx " Good-by, alas, good-by." Thus, at each cross and turn. All through the ceaseless rush Of restive, busy life, From morning's earliest blush To evening's latest sigh .' Good-by, good-by, good-by." Mariner on life's ocean, S.Mourner beside the tomb. Traveler along earth's highway, These words thy path illume: Beyond these changeful skies There'll be ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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