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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 28 October 1882

- -.--. . .. -- .·- - ½ TEE nONAL DSr{IL LR &AottEL OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF AAENSION AN) TOWN QF WONALDSO8\L . V(LUM XI.' D ILLE, LOUISIAA, SARDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1882 NiMBR Amiens ltnlaalt Generia. A iYi4e-Awake Home iNewspaper 'Pnblished Every Saturday, at Donaldsonville,Asonsion Parish,Ls., -ar gI.lDi1N E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PRprauIroR. * I KS OF BUBBCRIPTION: ouIle 4epy, one year,.................. $2 00 .Onlie copy, six months,............ 1 25 Six copies, one year,...................10 00 wolve copies, one year,.............18 00 Payable inyariably in advance. AD VA,lfTISING RATES: One Inch of space constilttes a "sqaare." ,.-UAUN. 1 mo. 2mos. 10n.o3 . 1,6mos. lyear is, are.. $3 0$5 00 0$ 6 50 $1100 41500 lgttr'.. 5 011 8 00 9 50 15 00 20 00 li sq:tres. 7 0 11 00 12 50 19 0 25 00 4 s.:aros. 8 3 14 00 15 00 23 00 3000 5S 4:tres. 10 00 1600 17 00 27 00 3500 6 s,iu-res. II 50 18 00 1900 30 00 40 00 7 m pi"*os. 13 50 20 00 2 LD0 33 00 44 00 8 ,1 tres. 15 03 22 00 24 00...

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. — 28 October 1882

Publishod Every Saturday 9 i t, um.tlft Pa ~of~s ae':ion x iDB;lit E. BENTLEY, EDIlTOa AND PKtOPRIXTOJZ. F inoLwed at the ?ost-O2e at Diaaldsol irr" Ju Printing..o all kinds, fromi a ffl heet water to . Jjreid tieknt, executed on shortest notice, y ,pity prkics andi in best style at th fl-itero DocrmnP ' Po sger aster* are auti hori zed find rn piroitart4tom.e.Rtaa yri~ ~ agtte ifp.d f b"The Cazxv r.1 received by aji enu Acti~ber PoeTios VKsr. FOR MEMBER O} CONOaRE $-Tmt RD lION. WA, PITT KELLOGG, pwf IIuZRIA Nomineo of the Republican Party and faithfu rp re entattie of }he public interests. Satw'day, October 28, 1882. 'A Call. To the Loulslana ress Association. President McCranie hsatreferred the ques- a tion ef calling s meetingl oEtie Press Aocistion to the Executive Committee, I hereby notify the 'members and all applicants for membership, that in accordance with the desire of the':aid Cominittee, a meeting of the Press Association t of the State of Louisiana will be` hold at Ne...

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. — 28 October 1882

ýrbe n t u Prlee 'fir -o l T a&1'rI~rirrtsl Prb : AdSVIA~lrlXm uhlt.naeoiul wiithae opeuls of the ftai ,lBsiness seao wOrlFr d fatoateance that, evo have laruelu a idYtd, tbh edition of the Ca.ru to arin, th l, ' ttaup pl* atnd. iog order for tilr imandr etra copies each week. Morchanti- is nad see bead will ad this a mset fmavbls tiaS for insairting their .advertieement.a u. paer. Wei insure them large and 4pes5e itulat: in Asceneig and neighboring 9 i*W *andý conidently cdim tlhat `h itI vde si medalan in lower lf at. eaxception only of hes leiding New Orleans h perr and the State oflBcial journal--4lat oai addgAtages equal to ,hore posaeeeed by the Catt. Foen a Ataib .-aeO i d wthltit oailsot 'act, as g iots-te-ewthibe* for aash. In etjuire at Wilkinson's lkk auti Variety Doliit, t)uonthtronvltih. Mrs. It. S. Ilackner, wife of the vener l'ble owuer of the Crescent plantation in this parish, died at her residence in New Orleans week before bet. Opierations have tbeen temijpora...

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. — 28 October 1882

Two Dolltt s Year.. t IWnr I Iar IcL In. TM K LITTLE DlWo V [tfLL. 31 RIA1T $1111T E'CALIR. A stdwmi iii otnet A oft li curl ole, A yellow and half written page. The letters, with never a pease ner dot, In a schoob's hand are east The lines nid t curl I may hold to-day, lint the love of the boy is past. It faded away with our childish dreams, Died out like the morning mist And I look with a smile on the silken curl That once I bare tendery kissed. One niht in the summer-so long ago SaAndn t lkeas lver veil An'eadit~lt on tIm er And the c nlldran on the graveled walk. At play iiitheir noisy glee; But the maddest. mfn, just then. Was notthing to John aid me. For he was a statel boy of twelve. And I was not qinlte eleven We thought as we sat by the parlor door We ihad found the gate to heaven. That night when I lay on my snowy bet$ Like many a foolish gir. I kisend and held to my little heart Thus letter and silken curl, I slept and dreamed of the time when I Should wAke a fairy lifd: ...

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. — 4 November 1882

ON-ALDS NVILLE 'C OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF* THE PARISH OF ASCENSION AND TOWN OF DONALDSONVILLE. VOLUME XII. l. DOALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 188'2. • IUBER 9 .... 1., __;.. " ,- I-.,,- - , -" I i N I l e Ii I ! i a iiin i • ' i i m u ' l n i i tmm mm l nu t l t n i l e .. ~ - ml..-- . .-. -.m _. n n. . I . :.-mn= I .l AibiciU Iuamani Generis. C Wide-AwakeRome-~Newsp per P1'blielied IE ery aturday, at Donaldsenuviie,Ascension Parinh,La., s. l N DE E. 1 BE'T L E-W, EuITOR ANs PROPRIITOR. - I'ERfS OF SUB171C3JPTION: One copy, one year,.....r.... ....:..$2 00 )ueo copy, six months, ............... 1 25 lix eopies, one year,....r....... ....10 00 Selhve copies, one year,............. 18 00 *t'ayable invariably in advance. A.D VAR dTISING RATES: 'O,:e inch of space con00t.tt4es a "square." su£s.t..J I.I 1 ina. 2o i. . jios.omes. lyear ' tu-are.. $-0* 5$ oo00 $ 6 50 $1loo00$1500 2 .uýren:. r 50. 3 8 00 9 50 15 00 2000 :3 st:roas. 7 0I 11t 00 12 50 19 00 25 00 4 5.luqees. 8 50 ...

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. — 4 November 1882

Panisrhod EverySuMtnrdQy Offlcialrournalof theParih of Ascension atºdTown of Donaldsonville. a--l N DE. BENTLEY, EITrron AND PROPRIETOR. Entered at the Post-OMfce at Donaldson ville, La., as Second Class Matter. 1' Job Printing of all kinds, from a full sheet poster to a dbread ticket, exeented on shortest notice, at city prices and in best atylo at the CIUIE Office. .I Postmasters are authorized and re quested to "ct as agents for the CrIEF. • The CnrEr is received by all sub ,wribersPosiToa FPRES. FOR MEMBER OF CONGRESS-THIRD DISTRICT, HON. WM, PITT KELLOGG, OP IBIERIA. Nominee of the Republican Party and faithful representative of the public interests. Saturday, November 4, 1882. A Call. To the Louisiana Preai Association. President McCranie having referred the ques tion of callinga meeting of the Prese Association to the Executive Committee, I hereby notify the members and all applicants for membership, that in acco.lanee with the desire of the said Committee, a meeting of the P...

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. — 4 November 1882

alR lrhseernt Place. SubsriPtion FrPbMe Two Dollsrs Year. DIALDSBQVIrLZE, LA., fal in N aember4, 1882. tI CAL 3OITINIG8. TO ADVERlTISERS. Simultaneously with the opening of the fall businees seson we are pleased to aannomeethat we have l~rgey increased the edition of the Calmto iasthe demand and sunply a stand i -Mr for three hundred eitra ex copies each week. Merchants and business men will flind this a moet favomrble time for inserting their advertirsments in our 3?aper. We insure them laPse and generil circulation in Ascension and neighborit parishes, and confidently claim that thhereis no other advertising medium in lower Lo0M th the exception only of the leading lNew Orleans papers and the State official jomrnl--that offers advantage equal to those possessed by the Ca.r. Our handsome young friend G. Adolph Gondran, Esq., has returned from a trip to Mobile in very agreeable company. lle renews his legal studies with his cne tolnary diligence and application. Etienne Jobnson, a c...

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. — 4 November 1882

Two. Dollars a Year. coNSTANOVY. To constancy a thousand fanes are reared, To constancy a thousani sonlgs are suge', The virtue Ismnored, cherished,.nndrevorei, Theme for tie old,.mnd goal to tempt the younmg. Still are we taught. like fancies iie and die; I' ith,'hope. and love, abide in constancy. Yet who that prizes summer's golden moon, But longs for autumn's soft, pathetic grace? Who revels in the-lavish wealth of June Nor sighs to tMnk of April's varying iace? Who tired of glare, but turns to awarm gloom. Where the great yule-logs glimmer in the room? Why. without change. a rift would deepen down; A passing wrong would redden to a hate; A love wo.d wither 'neath an angry frown, And a rash vow take nall the strength of fate; VWhere constancy might darken, curse estrange, Fair fall the sunny power of happy change! Let tinde's soft ma'ic wear away the wrath And patience do her perfect work at last. And hope sow laughing blossoms on the path That will out-bloom the night's shade o...

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. — 11 November 1882

ON ALDSONVIL CH SOF'crIAL JO-URNAL OF THE PARISH OF ASCENSION AND TOWN OF DONALDSONVILLI. T)VOLUME XII. DONALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1882. NUlMBEJ I0 Amicus ltlmani Generis. A Nide-4wake Lome Newspaper P'abliabed Every Saturday,.. Doaaldsonville,Asoension Parish,La., -Y- - . i.t DIEN 11. IENThLEY, EDITOR AND PRoPRIsTon. " 8EilB8S OF 5UB81'C IP''lO': On3 copy, one year..............$2 00 One copy, six months,.................... 1 25 Six eo.pies, one year,.................. 10 00 Twelve copies, one year,.,...........18 00 P iyable invariýly in advance. A . i.R~,TISING RA'TES: Oo inchl, ot pace constitutes a "square." SjUAKtas ,.t iab. 1j2 mos.1 3mos. 6imos.I year 1 ,quaro.. i 3-001;$ 5 0 $ 6 50so11 00'$1500 2 u.ros. 5 04 8 00 9 50 15 00 20 00 Jg 0,ares. 7 00 11 00 12 50 1900 250 4 sqUares.I S-1 14 O 15 00 23 001 30 00 5 squares. 10 03 16 00 I7 00 27 00 3500 nt'tI res. 1150! 18 00 1900 3000 43 00 7 s uazas. 13 50 20 00 21 00 33 00 44 00 S 8 e 1t14res. 15 0i 22 00 ...

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. — 11 November 1882

aeal 'at.- ost-OMe at BDonald.qon 3 i' . La., as geco4id Visas Matter. P JTob Printing of all kinds, from a full qbe'6 t r tWat bread ticket. executed on shortest notie, at city pricer and in best. style at the Ctma otice. O Postmasters are authorized and re quested to t as agouehts for the CHIEFr. STh e CaYi r is received by all sub-. scribers PosTAba PIF s. Satr4a r; November 11, '82. A Call. To tse Loaslalna Press Association. tresidnt McCranie having referred the qees ties of callinga meeting of the Pree Association to the Eeomtive Committee, I hereby notify the ,members and all applicant£ for membership, that n accor wit tlhe desire of the said eommittee, sýjeeianOf the Press Association of the State o Louisiana will be' held a New on Moianrr, Novasspa 20. 1882, when - hoped that every member will be in atten . n-glcing the Association on a s stnmud xsiha basis. Journaliste in good itanding who are not on the list of imembership are respectfully inmred to present their appli ti...

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. — 11 November 1882

e 1 $atu idv r' f,'82. I)o meetitilof Ascension Hook and Ladder Company was held -last londaJ night, for want of a quorum. There weA nto busi ) :ees a. ie0 tG, transact and a r< ltbtr net t ire-away from town. Our young colared frtend Mr. 'Cleta 1Nebbitt has sent its a long *talk of cane from the splendid Hermitage mneaunring only a fiactioti less tha~n 2 feet in length. There are Many more like it on Hermitage. We neglected to muention that out esteemed Triend, Mr. Solomon -Barnlon of lower New River, brought us a mammnoth sweet potato afew weeks ago uyIlt iras raised on his farm. It weigli~;four pounds and would furnisb- eaI to a good sized family. It worudn't take many like that to keep us in sweet 'taters all the year round. We weitrihoekeaL learn of the death of Mrs. Chas. Oberkamp,-Jr., uee Louise Furrier, daughter of our esteemed fellow citisen, Mr. Joseph Ferrier, which sad, unexpected event ocearred Sunday night, the th inlt., ati Darrowville. Mrs. Ober kampiwas 20i year...

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. — 11 November 1882

-rýtt r; kr :rr .ur Two IsotjBrs~ .w. ILd~7~io ............SajTD.McInC.,y, is i rik iiovq..Georgo L. Walton, peaker of the House, ..Robert . Ogden, ISemetary of State.... :.Will. A. Strqng, Auditor Public Acc'ts,..Allen Jumel, State Treasurer,....... E. A. Burke, Attiirney neaeral,...... J. C. Egan, 8upt PublileEd ueatlof,. .dwin YH.aFey. Official Juprl,......... Capiloliae-Ad'eae, 'State Ci. ,...........Baton Rouge. -0- Judicial Department, SUPREME COURT. Chief Ju.stice, E. J.bermudez, A 'eie Justices-Felix P. Poch6, C. E. Ptehier, Theu. C. Manning, 1.1B. Todd; COURT OF APPEATLS--FIFTI CIRCUIT. Judge E.W. Blake ...... Thiblaux, Jgedge Harry P-. Smith,.Frauklia. Terms of couirt in Ascension-Second Mon days of May ind December. St. James-Third Mondays of April and November. Assumption-First 0Mlondays of February and July. tWENTY-8ECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT. J)itrict Judge,.......... John A. Cheevers, -Dilstict Attorney.......F. B. .iIrhart, Redhlence-Donaldsonvtile.. Ascension-Jur...

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. — 18 November 1882

-; ;IVK7 SA':&L~J 1r4L.: oii SA4USF OF. L d.t · AHD' TOW&QP X44D bi ;PN l74E LOUIsIANa, lTURDAY, NO -VEDBER t8_ 1882 ^ n oani Gen sl. P W3I Oe 3 on P . . . . . . . . 125 Turele x..._..1800 tq fl '' ne..jti year t IsiIUMO-.l$ 100'$1500 2 +4¶lamA6 e.0 20 00 .. . l ` 0 )0 2500 14 3000 -10 1 32500 41 . 1 000)1 j4400 Vit~e. S5. `iso 03 20 4"1l0 -36 -48 00 ACpltsItu. 2001. 9fl00 3500 !5 60 00 eellss 40` 45 00 :55 -5 00 1gm lsr 550 ! 86, 00 T au ndvastlsa:~i fi $1 per uu aro drat ,#tO 6e ,iobsagewgftiflSOon, one, 1. -yelse 1per sqnar ~1 ~ ~ publS~;·.Oe~etebicatO1~ I IWX 'd1SlnflO$18, first Insertion, 20oen l1 as: uenr~istly,.10 Dents p~rine. "iidi-i S , or· ess in Business D fivejalsr annr.. 3·.ienti4~s e t a n subjects c pibiq, intOSt seicited. pit 0dto anflyUmous letters > notresionsi!·aefortubevie &4idreib: Caisw. DOlnldhOflnille. La. .II t r# ti JNc aen OIIj JDr. V. J. F ae khsi, . ý S WITH DaA W CUAIiDLEB, .4...Caroudelet street, .14 New Orleans. DK.jJ.3B. VaSrfDEBir, c...

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. — 18 November 1882

to e am genut them .ePto b - rirntingof aa lixse, fro afulo ` eante i eehaving ferred the qes. uaefe;nglaeet aigofthepriessasoisbeation testla zt Committee. heeboti the b a ed all ppliants for membership, hate in ato c wiae th desire Of the mrd . tshe oC is rea eive beeld at sewb .Or lem. on Mo.m.Y, Noivabex 2, '182, '8wh itiei t MCevery memb having er red thwi be in aten anT, o amsiet inplncing the Aesociation on a sthilsetinve Committee, Johereby notify theood ndbernd- all applo onte list of membership, mthat eu .oda ineii dto prtestteire of thpplie said tions onthe ocoaeion above mentioned. -*i iCommittee, a meeting of the Press Association Orl.a., o Mom .r, NOV" xa 20, 1882, when Whitis ihoed at every amember wtchitobe in atten-s a baker named Poet. SThe Memphis and New Orleans steam er Heny Frank carried 8521 bales of cotton to the latter city on her last week's trip. The Massachusetts district in which Harvard College is located will be repre sented in the next Congress by a J...

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. — 18 November 1882

or'rler is getting ii tbE ttsets aw pper: pottion of°"town tlsright watt intheright g Dsys Itznrsd4 tin Li.I at c- will inl the 1Dttalainiu4n utdet 'tye e o hetk esteemed psor, Rev The Apt~I zeacld weather of the sea Pre~'ws sibl~eTue~sday and ,Wednes day4 ,there was a slight fm u o lelionday night. The of fe e6 s aj oin the sugar yield .4 - w~il A e e .yiel It i se lief tobe able to walk S withut hearing crowds of ex 4. 51341Za i1%Aaklef, knssiil, K i tg o t ig.aeattie. The can vsm iexp sm'd suddenly and fl ~sIe'1e lIW0 a gain of d #wi6ti lrs * tii~t month ngo aSlyi~ returasx.Jfhiisedy morn lug fully :.: .:teea*0aid weife to a bos i 2 N~W in' fle s waine, eu eese It tr tedrhatbe a uow qite ivell anil, is in0 Ifs j itulr Ooastgateamer Assumptic Ias again made her appeatance i- tl . ewi Odrleans-and Lafuurnhe trade, arri' S ire oft Thuisday, the 16th ins t peprtly river veteran, Capt. n D isgs, ras the oice in charge of Mr. 3 -i~..yu ie Ass.spl.ion ill not fa te tain t her standing a...

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. — 18 November 1882

__erPM.~3 ItMRLs. Wijltoe. ueY. 1abt. Ogden, Srocang, ` LA. Egerk, (pAiae-Ad ea1C, .Buuu houge. raf auti.e,' . J.B ermedez, . eiseee -Vdtz P. POOO, C. I. 4:e S.~~i . Maiit, K B. Todd. - o p? 0ý:1 AJMLS-.iIW1I CIIWIXIT. RLake.i .Thibodanx, fcort in A eeiue--SecolkMoll deý Jb d Deocember. nid days of April and Aeeneaptlol-Vi~iet Nondays of February and July.. u · ~ serer 'vIV 31TV-YRcOnI J&I)2CIAL. DISTRICT COURT. S3)mrit Judge. ... .Ju.rn A. Cheevers, hiii$ust'Atworuey....... F.. . arhiarl,. Lte~elde--Dnaldaoiaville. £acuiuaos n-ýJw Sane: firus Honda s of "' Fedbvmied. tl5siaber. Civil terms: First p r " i awed reusbsr.~jwud II~i~~M UJ e ar-4wy terms: Viwut Mondays of '`' 3ireubsh Bind 4)otobe. Civil terns : First _;Jeirdaya of Mny nas.dlDeceber. eveuth Senatovial"District. ..:iaprisisng Ascension and at. James. Sitate 8snstne ....lianard Sihames, Convent Posi-oflice, St. Jam~es. lariahof Ascension. $epreteetuti iv;..e... Pierre Landry, -Tnaier sww. ... .....it. Prosper Landry, D...

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. — 25 November 1882

71 'ý # F.0ILA"L ,OIJ IýtNAL OF TAE PARISH O{ GNIO AKD. 0OW t . OmX r fl.AWO I~iNA~fl$ONVIL2E, It tU Nfv DON I t1l I. I ,LAUSIA - ATUDAY1 M GA .'3' deai riHpaper i'hh w dEscr Satnrd.ay, at 1 aeý s~enlUa Pa Zi hLa., 3'pl It Bf, ar RCRIPTreK .200 ý Ouo h P eptpira .....i......... 125 'i.1O 00 arcs} ae erl.p ai Iir,..*...1800 n ibqaea'ifbly in adha1uCC. 94iV* e,~ aoidtet~i.a" sq-7isvc," j, t a y~.3 Iilos.161mos. IIear yea 1 o . ý ý' ', 6 50 $11Q100'10 *,l) 950o U100'20 00 4. ituawi s 4i0 . 2.50 1900 25 00 $ 1400 1500 2300 30 00 . r s_ i6 J$'00 27 00 3500' 41 00 30 0oo 4000 1 033303 . 44 00 !I 0 16I f8 2 3 ,00 'eeln ra ,n w',56-:0i1! 5 00 .ti5 00 1000 0r ~TraSatiue advertisements $1;per square 'dreS ins c1~ertion ,each ublequent inser~tion, Inseritrtion; each Rnn~jsegneattpu obIiationr 50 E.; ruI notons, irst isertl n, 0'ei t por lies: snbsnc-Oa ently, 10 cents per line. rf, .ix lliesor less iu fieainoe. Di fio t"Iar per a1iarnin. # asqa tos~s up0 subjectsa or ! `at ait~6iiiý1 ttiiiº.:i...

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. — 25 November 1882

i at ' pe s ad in betau o n ~C~ti·tf a aathoatuodhc sad in 'iseatUs'agettorthe Carw. ' The C.. m t ii raeeived by all sub umrbece Fma a tiat. o.ve.mer 2-, '82. pp.i s.nt 1 s- asI llti ' Blaine refuse 4a:seit i s teporte tel declaration that he Sea st uas plirant for the presidency. BDy psoolefzsrle of the Pensacola Bardo.et.Ofil, the :ydllow fever epi deaost at that place was declared at an dea u - the 16th i-stant The electric current used by Mons. D: pres to work a plºw atthe Munich ZleCtre izal hibition is transmitted over a dirtacce of about 40 miles. Shbreveport's two daily newspapers are :emae"tug the examplt of their New 'Odeans contemporaries, and each claims -.larger circulation than the other. An admirer of t he late General Stone w-all Jackson dled1 recently at Memphis, and hiswill lptained a bequest of $4000 o. the widow of the celebrated soldier. Two prominent citizens of Tenneese,, Mesrs. J. Ib Goodbar of Memphis and S. I Blle of Nahville, have beein indicted .n the li...

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. — 25 November 1882

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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. — 25 November 1882

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