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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 3 February 1883

LOCAL JOTTINGS. This elear, cool weather is delightful. Revs. Pierre Landry and Wm. Smith have gone to Aleiandria to attend the annast conference of the M. E. Church in session at that place. The holder of ticket No. 220 in the ralle" of Mr. M. Ourso's mare Black Crook is notified to comq forward and take the animal. Lttise Hattie Forcha, the daughter of our friend John P. Forcha, suffered a re lapse of scarlatina and was more seriously ill than before, but we are glad to say she is again convilescent. Mr. Hannon, senior partner of the firm of Hannon& Voss, arrived here last Sun day and was no doubt pleased to observe the progtess being made in pulling the old Israelstore to pieces. Mrs. J. A. Brand, Jr., and her charm ing and accomplished daughter, Miss Lucille, are sojonrning in New Orleans and will remain there to participate in the pleasures of King Rex's carnival. There were no sales of property for taxes aade last Saturday, the few re maining delinquents having settled the...

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. — 3 February 1883

peJonalbsotbile 4 <ie Two Dollars a Year. Washington Notes. Proceedings of Congress and Other Mat Sters 6f Moment at the National oapital. From our Regular Correspondent. WASHI.ONTON, January 15, 1883. EDITon Caxxr: The past- week has "been a busy and intereiting week in Washington. The ;it'is sot'ull of people that the largest 'hotels are turniing away 'guets, and one can imagine the pressIre upon tth board ing houses. We have also been tfivored 'with a heavy snow, the remains of which still cover the 'asphalt str'eets 1i.td ave nues. The citizens" sleighing 'carnival On Friday brought out an immense crowd to witness the grotesque pa:geant of all ¶i~ginable devices on runners; filled by people, soipoe of tlem geitlemen antd ladies ini'cºstunne. . i Coiggiess hTas been xworking with great energy, antd one can visit the Capitol '.iy day, sure of lieaiiing ani interest.ing debate:' 'Two alplopr'iittilul bills were pnssed inl 'ne diay, alnt ote of tlhese, the pensioil bill, apprlopr...

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. — 10 February 1883

. HE DONALDSONVLLE C IEF. SANIN-DEPENDENT, WIDE-AWAKE HOME -NEWSPAPER.-TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. S OMEII..L DONALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10; 1883. NUit IER 23. illvi i i •i ii i IiiI i ii i i i iwi lii .. . . •"I l iii i l l ll l I I gl ''... ni ioies Humani Generie.a. A Wide-Awake Home Newapaper Publiihed Every Saturday Morning at ]onalduanville AtoensioA.Pariah, La., L. E. itENTLEY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 0n1 4epy, one year .....................$200 One .y, six montis,................. 1 25 ix copiees, one year .....................10 (00 Twelve copies one year ..................18 00 Payable in advance. S -bDVERTISI.VG RATEdS mae ta :of space eoetitates a "square," squARn tj 1 o m ina)g 8i mo- 6 oaj.6uu J year!1 One ....' ,$ 3 00 $ 5 00 $ 6 50 $1 00 $1500 Two .... 500 800[ 950 1500' 2000 Three.... . 7 00 11 00 12 50 19 00 25 00 Four..... 8 50 14 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 Five..... 10 00 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 Six .... i 50.:18 00 1900 30 00 40 00 Sve...

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. — 10 February 1883

Pbtished eUty Saturday S goia Jor of the T of Catered at the Post-bOfee at Donal Mon ville, La;', as becond Class Matter. -r LINDEN E. BENTLEY, Erirdro ANDi PROPRIETOR. J . .Job Printing of alilkin~pa, from a full sheet poster to a bread ticket, ezgcuted on asorteit otidkl, at city ei&es' 'and in best 'style at the CHnEF offce. g Postmasters are authorized and re quested to act as agents for the CHIEF. ': The CIttrF is received by all sub soribers PoiTiGE Faze. ~saturday, February 10, 1883. Indians Are depredating in western Texas and northern Mexico. Weo regret to bher thatqJpdgeCheevers' injunred leg has taken a tuirn 'for the worse and is giving him considerable palin. Hon. E. J. Bermiidez, Chief Justice of the Snopreie C~inrt of Louisiana, has la;ileda.l.lgeroeisly ill, bot is how conva lescent. Heirs of the late Margaret Hanghery offedw Orleans have beeni discovered in, ;altimoro and thdy propose to' contest the- will. We congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nores of Port Barrow...

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. — 10 February 1883

n recent Plaice. Subsrptf te Two 1 Year, $a uar tO0, 1883. LI OAL JTTINGS. New j$ goods at Gondran & Sons'. Dr. A. C. Love, who has been Visiting htL former homse in Mississippi has re turail to Darrowville alter what was evidently a pleasant trip. -} Three heifers and a .e.baye been taken up as estrays on the pii i lon of l re.'iG3o . Reuse, in the irst ward of thispi.sh, and notice is given to the owner or o'wners to claim the animals and pay costs. See advertisement. in aothileoliun.. (oh-i u Tueesday was a legal holiday asdnitmny of the members were either in New Orlesaser at the Phenixball par. icipat. 4at4he pleasuajes of Mardi Grs, lLo°gs, .of H.held its t hadh a good attend Msthe Phmnix Hall -bs- been rented -e .Blind Tom's concert next Monday -"senuing, we are requested to annonnge thatthe monthly meetingof Pheuix Fire Company., will be deferred until the evenin of the `following Mondayp the =19th inst. No meeting of Ascension Hook and Ladder Company was held Monday eve...

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. — 10 February 1883

gnaabobik dltief. Two ol a Year. UJR NIEW ORLEANS LETTER. Items of Interest from the Crescent City' by Our Regular Correspondent. Nzw OnRuLAa, January 23, 1883. EDITon UtrrF: We have had a week or more of weather which codld hardly be equaled off the Orkney's. Rain has fallen almost inces santly for a week, and Friday morning, about 2 o'clock, it seemed that the cli matx was reached. In a few hours 31 in ches of water hald fallen, and by 9 o'clock the rear portion of the city was inunda tied and most of the streets beyond Clai borne were imlpassible. The second dis trict appears to have suffered the most, there being over three feet of water in tsome of 'the streets. It generally hap ptea that whenever any extra effortu is requirel of the draining machines, 'seaothaiing- occurs to mar their useful nea. fThe, present case was no excep tion, and as the waelcr rose people dis covered upon inquiry flhat there was no coal at the maclhines and that they would lhave to await the action of ...

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. — 17 February 1883

THiE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. AN tIDEPENDENT, WIDE-AWAKE HOME NEWSPAPER.-TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. VOLUME XiL DONALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SAT¶URDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1883. NUMBER 24, Amions Hamani Generie. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper Published Every $aturdny MrEn eat Donaldsoaville, Asoension Parish, La., -Br . 5. .E MýTLEY, E tor sad Proprietor. I 3'aiid @F 8 i RlforoN, O 'Ah copy, one year,............. . . ..... 00 Ondo, sixmonths,........ ........... 127 ix oopies, one ear,.......................10 0 a welve copies, one year ..................... 18 (8 ysable ino edvance. AD.Y RTISING RATES: n)le inet of space coathltes a "lsquare. besqugAxas I mc. t2 t0os. ! rMOs. i.moe.' i , I year ,One ....$ 3 00.5 00$6 50 $1100$15i00 tflwo ..... 5001 8001 9 50 150 2 'Threo.,, 7 00 It 0 12 . 19 00 2506 .Four..... 8 50 (140 15 00 23.00 3 00 five ..... 10 00 1800 1 00 2700 35 00 Six ...... If0 18 00 19 30 00 0 00 Seven....' 13 56 .0 f0 21 00 8340 44 00 Sight ....! 15 00 .22 00 924 00 36 0 *8 80 Sooliuht. o 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. — 17 February 1883

' 3ia)bbso lthil abid. Paulished Every Sattnday Official Journal of the Town o1 Donaldsonville. Entered at the Post-Office at Donaldsfon. , le, La., as Second Class Matter. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPI'RIETOR. g Job P'rintiang of all kinds, from a full sheet poster to a bread ticket, executed on Alhortest notice, at city prices and in best Sty1e at the CurFe office. W Postmastcerl are authorized and re quested to act as agents for the CIiiEF. " The CIEFr is received by all sn, aseibers POSTAGE FREE. Saturday, February 17, 1883. A conmmunuieaiono fronm Rev. Robt. S. Stnart~ is again Iunav<oiddally crowded out. Wesympathize with Mr. J. P. Clarlkson of the Con.hatta Citizen in the loss of his wife, who died on the 25th ult., at tihe age of 26 years. Senator ],lainre is writilug a polit ical liletory covering the twenty years from 1861 to 1881, and proposes to make it the .lest work of his life. a - The special Sonthelt;ele.graphic news d1partiment of the l.Ni Orleans Times SD...

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. — 17 February 1883

ubsoariptin l , ;"Dolarsa ara Year. "atuoi i, 'obritr 7, X883. LOCAL JOTTI Gs. BeliwIberg's nsewljack ,ts . daisy and ' Manuie" deserves aredit foraiistaste. The Towl Countil held a nid ting last SatUtiy.nl.tke minutes re published elsowkorei: IMrs. Mayetr Netter of Salzburg .place was in town Thursday shopping and visiting.friends. / The postponed monthly meeting of Pheiiii Fire-Company will be held next Monday evening. Wr. Full'eoynoau.d was in town again lrast oniday, we presume on railroad .business intent. ,A meeting of the School Board has 'been called foreraa FrWlay noonuýat See .retary Pagh's office. 'Owing to the illness of the M. W., no a.essids of Lee Lodge, A. O. U. W., was ;1held last Tuesday evening. .P etniix Club Rye Whiskey is thn new ibrand at the Mechanics' Exchange and *onnoisseurs pronounce it tip-top. T-V it. Autong the matfy distinguished men in New Orleans during tha carnival were ex-Gov. Long of Massachusettes and Hon. Schuyler Colfax of Indiana. Capt. Jones...

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. — 17 February 1883

Two Dollars a Year, oUR NEW YO _RK Ep:- .. Ez-Archbishop ghibes' ,$aqpajis rans. !erred to at New '4ee adustrage vs. the •"Sor·erer"-Stewa.t. the Forger--Llb Suit-Mace and 8 Te & º A r fStaaAonk Company, ete: - NEw Yolg, February 10, 1883. EIOrr. CarlP: A lively week-a very lively week; ente.tals.nent asi instractrion ,like' for "aints and'*iit~. O'n Tuesday we had a treligiois pargeaunt th.at was almost :qual to the canonization of a saint; for 'm( thart was mortal of John Hughes, the frnirmer Archbih i 4 M ief 'v lork, was re Imoved from their original resting-place 'in old St. Patrick's Catlhed~i i a S-ritice 'street to the grandest I:ltairisoclcltmon the American conillt9iea. Iti is many years Uge since he, wlitae remains were re-in terrp.l on T'ude'aiy, selected the site of f!i6freteut magnrilicent Cathedral. The, iselection he- madlib was on • tlh." highest 'phirni of land near the centre of Mtinihat idwr Island. -From this commandintg po Aitirin its 'noble spires;, whenfi...

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. — 24 February 1883

THE DONALDSONYILLE cmwR AN INDEPENDENT, WIDE-AWAKE; 1OV1E NEWSPAPER.-TWO DOLLARS AY AR. VOLUME DONALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1883. - NUMBE Amicus Humani Generis. A. Wide-Awake Home Newspaper Published Every Saturday Morning at Donaldaoni 1e, Ascension Parish, La., -BY I.. E. BENTLEY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one. year . . . ....$200 One copy, six monts s................ 1 25 ;Bz copies, one year,.... ..............10 00 a Twelve copiesjoe yearn..a........ .....18 00 ADVERTISING RATES: One In& of space constitutes a "square." agyaRsj J o. j2 mos. 3 mos.' 6mnos.! I year One..... $3 00 $ 5 00-$ 6 50. $1100.$1500 Two .... 5 00 8 00 9 50 15 00 20 00 Three... 7 00 11 00 1250 19 00 25 00 Four.... 8 50 14 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 Five..... 10 00 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 Six ...... 11 50 18 00 1900 30,00 40 00 Seven....' 13 50 20 00 21 00 33 00 44 00 Eight.... 19 00 22 00 24 00 36 00 48 00 i column. 20 00 -30 00 35 00 45 00 60 00 1 column. 30...

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. — 24 February 1883

Published Every Saturday Official irnal of the Town of Donaldsonville. 3pterdBI at the Post-Oice at Donaglnon i Ue, La., as Second Class Matter. LI EN E. BENTLEY, EDITOlt AND PROPRIETOR. r Job Printing of all kinds, from a full sheet poster to a bread ticket, executed on pborteat notice, at city prices and in best *.style at the CEzP ofice, W Postmasters are authorized and re quested to ant as agents for the Carmp. #V The CnIEF is received by all sub sodibers PosTAGE FREE. Saturday, February 24,1883. The Mississippi Valley Horticultural Association is holding its fourth annual session in NJew Orleans this week. g An unknown white man, supposed to be a levee laborer, dropped dead in St. Joseph while eating a piece of raw beef. Latest advices from Washington in dicate that the Seuate will postpone consideration of the Mexican reciprocity treaty until next December. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee will visit New Or leans And deliver his lecture on the bat tle of Chancellorsville. Preparations are be...

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. — 24 February 1883

O n Crescent Place. Rubiptjon Price Two Dollars a Year. DOIALDSONYVILLE, LA., ~tui,,ay, February 24,1883. LOSAL JOTTIN(S. A Chinese laundry is one of Donaldson wille's latest acquisitions. Regulation item: Work on the new Tsrael store is progressing finely. We were visited by a cold snap last week. but it didnlt last long. A rainy spell seems to have set in now. _We are informed that no delegates have yet been appointed to represent this parish in the levee convention to meet at Baton Ilonge next Monday. Our thanks are due to Mr. Moise Levy. Jr., our efficient Town Secretary, for copies of the Louisville Courier-Journal and other interesting newspapers. Members of the Board of School Directors should not overlook the notice of a meeting to be held next Wednesday. It appears among our new advertisements. W. W. Dedrick, Esq., attorney for the United States Government in cases pending before tyhe French-American Claims Com mission, was in town this week on official business. Mrs. J.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. — 24 February 1883

makoubsill .(fl4ief. Two Dollars a Year. ST11413ARY OF STATE NE WS, Gle pingafromp the Louisalma Press. e 4lt sid fatoonir tare in exelslent cond~o}ik Iberville. *i iisoaters escaped from the Ales andria.jail, but were recaptured. There are 150 cadete attending the State Weiversily ait' fiton Rouge. Mr. Win. D. Mearns lhs been appointed Postmaster'at ako Chailes. The little siun of Mr. R. C. Jones of Richland liarish had his brains kicked =out'by. mt mlb.' !. Mr. Adrici Dor6, editor of the New Iberia 'Jeirual; died on the 25th of Jan nar aged 4b years. A rice will is to be erected by Messrs. 'Manin & Co. on the o+l1 Voorhies place hear St. Martinsville. Victor Jirw attempted to evade arrest in Lafayette parish and was fatally shot 'by Constable Vigneaux. A new locomotive has been purchased fer the Mansfield tap road in place of the one that recently exploded. The St. Martinsville Observer has donned 'a patent inside and tis greatly liliproved In typogrAp'hhical appearance. The s...

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. — 3 March 1883

AN - DEP DENT, WII F.-A WA- OM NES WSPAPR---T O _DOiLLAR.A Y..AB. VOLUME XIL DONALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1883. NUMBER i Amicus Humani Generis. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper Published Every Saturday Morning at Dona.dsonville, Ascension Parish, La., -BY L. E. BENTLEY, Editor and Proprietor. TERIMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year ....................... $2 00 Onecopy, six months,.................... 1 25 ixcopies, one year,........................10 00 Twelve copiles ~ r. .n .c. .......... 18 00 ADVERTIS;LG RATES: rOne inch of space consetutes a "square." - sqUAss. I i mo. '2mos,. ! mos..6mos.l lyear One...$... 3 00 $ 5 00 $ 6 50 $11004$1500 Two .....1 500 800 950 15 00 2000 Three..... 7 00 11 00 12 50 19001 25 00 Four..... 8 50 14 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 Five ..... 10 00 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 Six ...... 11 50 18 00 1900 3000 40 00 Seven.... 13 50 2000 21 00 3300 44 00 Eight ....1 15 00 22 00 24 00 3600 48 00 j columna. 20 00 30 00 35 00 45 00 60 00 I column. 30 00 4...

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. — 3 March 1883

Pietlished Every Stti8tdiay Official Journal of the T.wn of Tdinaldsonville. Ettdited at the post-Office at Donaild.on vlfe,;La., as Second Class Matter. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, S EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. t Job Printing of all kinds, from a full Sbeet poster to a bread ticket, executed on shortest notice, at city prices and in best Atyle at the CtEF office. ®' Postmasters are authorized and re quested to act as agents for the CurEr. I' The C.IEr is received by all sub setibers PosTAGE FREE. Saturday, March 3, 1883. Col. James Coulter, a member of the Tennessee Legislature, has haiiri ling to his waist and he wears it don,. -like a woman's, .with hairpins, banigs and other female fixin's. Secretary Lincoln writes that there is no foundation for the rumor that the ap propriations for the improvement of bayons Lafonrehe and Terrebonne are to be withheld by the War Department. Morgan's Louisiana and Texas railroad and the seventeen steamships of the Mor gait lines have been lpurchased by Mr. C...

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. — 3 March 1883

xeitha~ obUtlIe ffief, - ®Oflee inuCrescett Place. Subsoription Prie Two Dollars a Year, 0 D0ALISo0NVILLE, LA., Sattlrday, March 3, 1883. LOCAL JOTTINGS. The Doremus Floating Photograph Gal lery is still here, but its stay will be short. " Go before it is too late. iyev Mr. Porter will preach at the Methodist Church on Railroad Avenue, Donaldsonville, the flrst Sunday in each month, beginning to morrow. Services will be held in the evening, opening at 7730 o'clock. The river and bayou are bank full at this place and as we write are on a aftnd-neither risingnor falling. A large amount of drift is passing down and wood-cutters are as busy as bees along the banks of both streams. Judge Henry L. Duffel of the first ward was in town Wednesday. The Judge is looking as hale and hearty as he did ten years ago, and we hope to be able to say the same thing ten years hence. A dramatic entertainment to be given by thbo Terpsichorean Social Club oni or about the 31st of March is on the tapis. Th...

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. — 3 March 1883

Two Dollare a Year. UI NEW OILEANS i LETTER Items of Interest from the Crescent Clt_ by Our Regular Correspondenit. NEW ORLEANS, Febtuary 18, 1883. EDITOR Cmar: Now that Mardi Gras has cone ani gone, we have the satisfaction of know ung, jiirefeirence to our fete day, that thi stiljects chosen were well suited to the occasion and to the ideas of our yisitors, showing that the controlling spirits of 'the iiftir arrainged the representation so that While it depicted the plst, cahts fbi the future were made. It is to be hoped that the labor was not in vain, and that .iar friends from allr 'can 'now speak in wmore favorab)e terllis of our people. We have been disposed to boast of our political economists, and particularly those belonging to the Prison Refer Association, but it seems to me y rather encourage 'crime thau otherwise, since their efforts uar dir~fited .,owra'ds ameliorating the condition of criniiuWai and persons living in asylums upon the public bounty,' 'iitlh-r thou preve...

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. — 10 March 1883

° THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. AN INDEPENDENT, WIDE-AWAKE HOME NEWSPAPER.-TWO DOLLARS A Y1&R. VOLAUME XII. DONALDSONVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1883. NUMBER 27. ~· I · I- I I-I I - a I I I Ir. -rIr ;PI Patesai4115ilc 61jiet. 'Aittis Hnmani (eneris. - - i ---------------------- A Wide-Awake Kome Newspaper -Pablished Every 2jaturday Morning at Donalaonville, asoension Parish, La., -BY i.i .%ENTLEY, Editor and Proprietor. TER A8 OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year ......................$2 00 One copy, six months,................. 1 25 Six copies, one year ......................10 00 Twelve copies one year .................18 00 SPayable in advance. ADVERTIJING RATES: One Inch of space conMtautes a "square." SQuARES. t RI. 2wmoe.o 3mos.'Imos. I year One...... $ 3 00 5 00 $6 50 $1100$1500 Two .... 500 800 950 1500 2000 Three.... 7 00 11 00 12 50 19 00o 25 00 Four.... 50 14 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 Fivo..... i0 00 16 0 17 00 27 00 35 00 Six ...... I 50 18 00 1900 30 00 40 00 Seven....

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. — 10 March 1883

Published Every Saturida_ ,Qfcial Joarnal of the Town c i Donaldsonville. jntered at the Post-Ofk:o at IiDonaldAon Ville, La., as Second Class Matter. LINDEN Lx. BENTLEY, R(iITOR AND PROPRIETOR. .ll Job Printinng of all kinds, from a fil sheet poster to a bread ticket, exeenteil eo alhortest notice, at city prices and in bles etyle at the C1usw ofli'e. Pios Iostmasters are authorized and re q nested to act as agents for the CiIriP. VI Tl!I ChrniF is received by all oub sctibers POSTAGE FlaEi. Saturday, March 10, 1883, 'lThe dietectives ; `ho capltred T'reastlret P]lIt of Tolnesi iso have receiv(.ld tlil rewar!l ofr S, ltt) h lt'oired ftr his ailrest. From anld after tI lie 1st of October, 1883, -tlie two-cent postall law goes inlto es' .wct ahnd the clhairge upon donstl.ic hltters will be two cents per half ounce instead of t hree. Governor Ileu Uiltler IelieYves thiat lihe fouzrteenth aimendment to the collstitutiou gives womiien the right to vote and llthat the Supremle (Ciort wil...

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