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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 31 August 1872

THEDONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARIJIH OF AC1E.NIO\ AND TOW N OF DOTALDFOiTLLE. VOLUMTE 1. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 187-. NUMBER 51. (1unahonubille Obicf. I Office in Crescent Place. ' A Liberal Republican Newspapei . J' blbshed Erery Saturday Afornin p, -AT Donafldsonvillh, La., -)lY iINDIE'T E. IIENTLEY, EDITOR AND 1'1fOP 0IE1OR. TERMS OF [UBS('lPTIO : ne cali-, one year,.. ...- . po ( it cop . six mouths........... . .... l I 0) 'Single collies . . . . . ..... -1-- - 0Ii Payable invar~iably in xsdvance. 1!) JilJTI'1ING Ii1TES: TJA s t4quare is the spa c1 of ten lin res Agate Space. 1I ck. I iun. 3.1os. 4I mI . I }rj 1 sqluare.. $1 00ý $3 N 00 l+ :f ) 1) ( $I. n1 ) I qi r.iii n 44 5 IN4 S) 14 5 5 N) 0 5 (149 S s l ja rl s ..- - 4 40 44 (J 1 0 0 2 5 044 1 s 4 4 colIuiu.. 7 40 1:300 ' 00 40 pt 5O 4il )+munt. 14 00 25 111 ) 40 0 04) 44 4N 7) 45 I enoninn-- 4 44 4) 04 55 0 7 raini- nt t e. tee_ nts_ 1 per _suare fir_ insertion; 75 cts. each subm-AVue...

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. — 31 August 1872

4)tdire hi tiosciext 1'lae . Ofeia1 Journal of Parish of Ascension. Oilicial Journal Town of Donaldsonville, I.LINDEN E. B.3NTLEY, I FOR 11 i:Isi NT IORACL ET.ELEY, (ii \E\\ 1 IRE. IFOR V"II L-1PUUMSIIENT. 7~ (kRA.TZ BRO +N,, t OR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. Stte at large. T '. C. MIANXIN(H, of ilupidus. A. S. IIEIIIP)N. of East Batonz Roiuge. I . A. W'EED). ot Oul-an.. ALTERN_1rEs, .1. II. ELrAM . of Ihot.ROIE:S tof b.i, C. POTT1-IIFF. of P rleans. E. LAIWREN:CE, of 'Iaq1uetiUrS. ALTEIRN.`TE, 11i. R!CIIAIAIIsON, of %1'.hiiugtoui. Secofld District. LO01IS BIZSII. of Laiouirele. ALTEIIN ATE, (11 XRI I EK FE.NN r R, of Orleans. Third Dis~trict. (.E\. ALL IEN THOMAS, of Ascension. ALTK:RNATE, DR. J. A. TAYLOR, of St. Landry. I oizrth Dis~trict. A. 11. 1l'(NARIt), of Caddo. ALTEIINATE, J. 1. HARRIS, of Pointe Coopee. L. V. RL0-tE$, of Ten is. ALTERlN kTE, WAPI Ri YOUNG, of (atahounla. FUSION STATE TICKET, For Goy srnor, JOHN McENER of Ouachita. Lieutenant G.overnor, I)AV Il)SON B. PII N, 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. — 31 August 1872

flonaltb obitc Tbidf. OFFICIAL IJIRECTOIIV. Parish of Ascension. :. WV. Mtaý4n............. Pariash JTudge. John 1). ('ante.......... Clerk of the Couir Chas. A. Yotunger........ Recorder, RZodolphL Braad..........Sectrtary,' Po'lix R'yad... ..Tes r. Charles F. Smith.. ... Tax Collector, thri-tian Kline...........heriff. Charles N. Lewis ......... Chief' (onst thil. Doý.ý.Looesvtacit CIinE,.utnicial Journal. POLICE .11 RORS. R. T. Hanson. President. Dumvini Lelllauc. Ausiin Duncan, i)rausin 'Trope, J. A lhauit. SCHOIOL liy-OAl. E. WY. Mason, Prer'ident. Rodollph lBrand, Pierre Landry, t:. If. Htill. ('harles F. -JmsM Sma, (lare .Ltit Town of Donaldsonville. J. t. Muanti............fvr Edw. N. Iughg...........At orney. 5 (. A Franklin.... ...tPhivician, W". G. Vilkinson,.....iSecretary, Christian Kine .. . iT..reaurr, Frederick Ftht,........Atsa.e r, Pierre Ltnidrv............tlect.r, Linden E. Itntley-........Printer. It. J. Duke..............W.tih-rtMas.. r, If. (I. Mlaher ...........

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. — 31 August 1872

ýý`o nialso ibille ( ief. NOT AT ALL l EMARK.BLE.-The papers are publishiug as a curious item a statetiient to thei effect that " a horse in lowk pulled the plug out of the bunghole of a wat-r barrel and slaked his thirst." As the horse could not have slaked his thirst without pulling the ph1g out of the lhun g'ole of the barrel we do not see any thing extra ordinary in the diccurence. Now, if the horse lad pull ed the barrel out of bunghole, and slaked his thirst with the phdg, or if th' barrel had pulled the bunghole oul, of the plug, and slaked its thirst witnh the horse, or if the phig had pull 4 the horse out of the barrel and slaked its thirst with the bunghole, or if the bunghole had pulledl the thirst out of the horse and slaked the plug with the barrel, or if the barrel had pulled the horse out of the bunghole mad plugged its thirst withn a slaked, it might have beeu worth while to nuIik( sonic fuss over it. But nrne of these things seem to have occunrred. We find the follo...

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. — 7 September 1872

THE DONALDSON ILLE CHIEF. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TIIE PARISH OF ASCE.SION AND TOWN OF I)DOALDSONVII,E. V)OIUME I. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1872. TUIMBER 52. • . . . mm u mu un m [ nu n n m Im lnnmm n un nm n m -, n l m u ~m n u mml n: n ! m m l n il' nu n I" ml l m 1onat orIS ille l )bid. O)liec in Crescent Place. ' A Liberal Republican Newspaper. P,'blisherd Erery Sa tlurday Morning, --AT 1)onaldsonville, La., --BY- -hi .IINDEN E. BE.TLEY, ED)ITO'lt ANI) PROPRUIETOR. TERMS OF S UBS('lRIIP'IOVN: wnr copy onue year................ $3 00 4nc copy, six moths,.. ......... 1 50 Sei^le copies....... 10 'Payable invariably in advance. A1D 1ERTISIING RAlT'ESg. S, square is the space of ten limes Agate.] ' ee i w . I im. I1 3 mos1 . 6 mos. 1 r. S1.jare--... . 1 i004 3 i0a $ 00( $) 0 $15 00 2quares..I 20 i 5 01 9 001 15 00 25 00 I squares i.. 4 00 8 00 15 00 25 00 35 00 c0uzmin.--]1 7 0 1Ii4 "25 00 40 00 50 00 .ln... 14 00 25 00 40 00 60) 0070 00 i ,. un ,..~, 00 4o ) 4 01 55 ...

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. — 7 September 1872

eonalbson biic (0 bid. Office in Crescent Place. Offical Journal of Paris of Asoension. Official Journal Town of onaldsonville. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EurDITR AND PROPIIETOI. FOR PREEIDENT, IHORACG-E GREELEY, OF NEW Y01 i. FOR VICE-PREI: DENT, B. GIA.''Z ROW N, O- MISSOUI,'I. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELEOTORS. State at La.rge. T. C. MANNING, of lTapides. A. S. HERR(ON, of East Baton Rouge, C. A. WEED, of Orlcnns. ALTBIINAT 5, 1. B. ILAM. of )De'So, .V. ROIIER'I'S )N. of ,l' ri:l, C. POTTIIO T Fb, of O eans. First Dis rict. E. LAWRENCE, of jllaquemiuos. ALTERNATE, II. RICIIARIDSON, o1f Washingtoi. Second I)i.wrict. LOUIS BUUIlI, of Labourche. ALTERIINAE, CHIIARLES E. FENNER, of Orleans. Third District. GEN. ALLEN THOMAS, of Ascension. ALTERNA E. iDR. J. A. TAYLOR, f St. Laudry., Fourth I) trict. A. HI. LEONARD, o addo. AI.TERN. E, SJ. P. P.ARRIS, of Poaute Coupec. Fiftlh Di)trict. I,. Y. REEVES. of T'.n-:t. AI.TrIINA. IT, WADE R. YOUNG, of Catahuala. FUSION STATE TICKET. For Gov-crnor, iJO)IIN M...

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. — 7 September 1872

jJonalitb o bllewd b idf. OFFICIAL DIRE('TORY. Parish of Ascension, W;.W.M a1-,.on............Parish Judge. John D. lantv,. ....lerk of the Court Chas. A. oiiunger...r....Re.orde, Rodolph BIrai ,. ........Secretary. F tlix [e\naud ........... ..TFreasurer, ('hristlian Kline ........... Sh.riiif. ch4 arles N. Lmis........-- ief ('olln.tahle.c DSON.t.D OiNVII,LE CHIEF. Ot1hitl Jmoulltna. - rPO.Ic'E . tRO IS. I. T. Ih:slon. President. I )unini Lel$iane, Asatin Dune:a, Di :at ill 'i rol e, .1. . Brand. 5(10SOL IOARI4). E. \l. M:son, President. lhA J 1 lraud, 'icrr, .a ul dry. 1f. liiil'. ('h:n'les F. Slitol , . ans 31.. Bryan, Ch(arles N. Lewii. Town of Donaldsonville. 1'. V. Mason ............. M:yor, I: d N. 1'ugh ....... ....Att'Uny. (;. A Franklin ... ... .... Ph;sieiian. W. (. XWilkinlson,l..... . A Secetari. S'hfistian Kh.lie,-. ..... Treasurer, F ro )dric l obb ..... . .. A s, ssor, 11. 11 ia i .er...I ..... t( ni table.t ALDEiRMEN. Fredercl k; Duffel. Jos. Bulrhrit'e... ht War,....

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. — 7 September 1872

Saon i on illet bird. - :i banquet on the 17th inst., was .eeedingly suspicious. " While res S.,tding to a toast"-we quote the iegram of the Herald-" he thought U. heard expres5ons of incredulity e ::m some of the guests as to his la ;1eeting Dr. Livingstone. He vehe *, -ntly retorted, withdrew in indigna- a )n from the table, and subsequently -:ft Brightuo." It These are all established facts which i.o one will dispute. They form the o fi nddtion upon which all reasoning hi the subject must proceed. We el l.bmit them to our readers as what is um ..,iw ascertained respecting the inter- 1 -ting problem, and we shall taike care, ti . the subject is still further devel- ai ,:ed, to display every new ,aspect of t, in the fall light of the Sun which , 1-liaes for all. . Mr. J. 3[. Usher, a prominent tem 1erance advocate of Boston, has writ- i, "cmo a letter to Senator Wilson, taking I :im to task for his letter to Mr. Den niaon on Grant's temperance habits, si 'ud maintaining that the Se...

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. — 14 September 1872

"lo .. 1 i . # Imp ,.I ii:t It t U tion 411 to t .atloply e w iltk to to tb1eVOr ...,. e. a&i it ot Sv', ;hren to dpl W- B1 ent ard* fn Wit ,` - s a i t G ant arnty - quoted fo *it 4"j inBori-n e they b oor the ne t Ibodeort ;Jus t* the - a hot 4 'aU " edi emano r.'~ most outwr l or , Go ' out meg Dpauea l~ a o-, bur ti dadite bry himinhe~hiell .rndetY s. t s j be' Sufwt North, '+ i l paat _rts., rtu-hn or a . Imesivy od b m c- im for- c, i bear ' I will spe t the da hill" in the White 1 ." dut smaeel Wtalira, eo the tun Francisco Bulletia, writitg home to that paper, says of lora±iSmour: " He holds his age re well; his t.ead is as elaptic hieyes as pleiSngly bright as they wc seven vei$ ago. He is a mnan of noepes ese aind superb physique; 4atight ass an a.row,jith massive liibs 'of ialtheas symmetry. Physical ty is not considered to be an att.ribee of siabip, but I think GovetMor one..o-the hnsoimnest men I ever . ns manner is remarkably wi hiroiseemagnetic and singular , adre...

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. — 14 September 1872

°C. A. fOne E~. LA EICEC of, PIaquemiue& LOUIS BUSH, of >mt~.mh (fl N AaLLEN TlhO~iAS, of Asecsioon. W**r IQ I rieuS A. ILA2NA:I, xit Caddo. Fifth Districlt. L. Y. U3EElflE of Tou.58. ".8' 1 STATE TIOXET. Fo Gw rwa.cr, JOHII t McNERY, of Ouacbitai. Lieutena nt (oyernar1 D1 VJDSOTN i3. PENN, of Orleans. Secretan7lof State, SAMUELS, ARII$TEAD, of Cuddo. -.Auditor of Public Accounts, ,JAMESORIIAHAM, of Orleans. Attorney General, * ,. II. N. OGDEN, of Odeans. Supt.. of Public Education, * if. M. LUS!IER, of Orleans. i Co grcs, si.;ate at large, AEOiWE A. SHERIDAN, of Orleans. pFr Congress, Third District, W MOUTON, of Vermilion. mon Anizloucement of Candidates. • (Ano.acemsents under this heading will be inserted at the following rates, payable ir#txrald in sadvance : For State.,dices, $20: onal or Judicial District offices, $15; ar oflies, $10. For Cogreses. A re pectfully. announce myself as an In dae~&4et Candidate for Congrese from the rnirCongeasiRnal District. J. B. PRI...

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. — 14 September 1872

S e. atr, Auatin Duncan, J. A Braud. S OARD.. ý t1 , Preident, S Pierre LnalrkW, S Charles F. Smith, S , Uhes N. Lewis. 1e l8 of boialdsonyile. E. .. ....:....Mayor, ...Attorney. q.... .....Pysi.ian, aor,........ Secretary, UAV e,:........."rreasurer, obb...,....Assesor, e,..... Prite ,.....,.. Ctnsal r,. ALDEItllea M 2 EN. Hoet ! N.. lt....2ive "w Sh Johnson,. _.3rd .,j9*& Time Table; and Freight Train rom Ma ew Orleans at 7:45 A. M.; nville at 1230 P. M. excepted), Leaves Ion at 1 M.; Arrives in New ( 4: P. M. '' sger tfrain-Leaves New Or ve, arriving in Donaldsonville La8ves D)onadIsolnville at 3:30 P. iu-n New Orleans at 7:30 P. M. at aR wy stations. SSeptember 14, 1872. TI. ? prAvun, EsQ., is hereby invested Ioerssary authority to conduct the department of* the CH!EF until frr , L. E. BENTLEY, Prop'r. . C~ h AL JOTTINGS. it" r-on has some new style lic t of HoMa e Greeley. Go and look T.. e l waut of key checks and te plaites would do well to call on , (~.P. G. -Arista, at ...

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. — 14 September 1872

7-k *} I h .j.. 414 d to Sleve fla' ivi is llte the Af .A:ta isi a yah g min' about a. eas ofs, w , ws burn -in Den ih, Not Wales. He was known a _e , d tis still knowna, as John i on, Iof John iRowla4s, Llya. i atasr died several years iai, and his aetbrhearmrle a Mr B. wJq hot le mwed eene ly to a place a le ued, an the public road between Ltamebury a LTansant Sise. Stanley, or Rowlands, as the reader may prefer calling him, has a number Of wealthy and respectable relatives in Delbiglih but hip parents are poor. His mother, a sensible old lady, on account of her poverty was not able to give her son education but ithe bound 'hima apprentice to a harness maker at Liverpool, Eng, when be was about fourteen years of age. But betag of a restless, eaterprising dis position, he remanined oere a ahort time only. Without the knowedge of his employer and friends he left Liv erpool for this country, having per suaded another lad to accompany hitm, agreeing to work as one .of the crew on-boar...

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. — 21 September 1872

THE DONALDSO VILLE CN.EF OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PAR~ISH OF ASCENSION AND TOWN OF DONALDSONVILLE. VOLUME 2. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1872. I1IJDU.BE .... ' . ..~ur u .r . - , i mabmlSril ll( (ircf. Office in Crescent Place. A Liberal Republican Newspaper. .Published Every Saturday Morning, -AT Donaldsonville, La., -BY I.xDENBT E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIIPTION: •One copy, one year,...................$3 00 n liie copy, six months................. 50 Sinigle copies,...................... ....10 Payable invariably in advance. AD VERTISING BATES: [A square is the space of ten lines Agate.] Space. I wk. 1 mo. 3mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. I square.... $1 00 $300 $5 no $9 $15 00 2 squares... 2 00 5 00 9 00 15 00 25 00 4 squares... 4 00 8 00 15 00 25 00 35 00 column... 7 00 13 00 2500 40 00 5 00 column... 14 0025 005 40 00 600o 70 0n I oluirmn... 28 00 40 00 55 00 75 00 100 00 Transient advertisements. $1 per square first insertion; 75 cts. each subsequent ...

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. — 21 September 1872

}o s lcaeape seodatoes irwthe ditnt pais a alog ias ethbe e a 4v t n o apereth tio wastin Maite g g o' e u ern b a id le itel the wil Pe macard aw nd o his abtisence. He felt n Government, plaeo on themseles a cont, the ereof, and was irender thMaine mess of teeche ant ticket nthe latter was certain.tg. T his howasme to be'dene by se oni Pinehback in the dister ant parish of OnChita. As fvet wouig ha i, hlae prying spcials the Custo-Hoing se disover then ign theamended registhetion and elee ifon laws, remove all she present Su ditmen l sympath wily Packawith Grd antism in sbrethren in politieans city gov met the St GovernMetropolitannt, police themselves in' control thereof, and render the u ee of the Grant ticket in t dist and troops were heldas coveiy at cal the gislature volution- pecial in t1he ' Acting 'Governoi then sign the amended regist'titon and elec pervisors of Registration and appoint men in sympathy with Orantism in stead. 'he New Orleans city govr erunment and the Met...

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. — 21 September 1872

'UAnAIGW IN THa FIRST WARD. A meeting was held at Richardeon's school-house, first ward, Wednesday evening last; for the purpose of organ izing a Gi'eley and Brown club. The attendnce was numerous, about two hundred people being present, one hnadred and ltty of whom were colored. Dr. Edward Duffel called the meeting to order and occupied the chair as temporary president. Gen. Allen Thomas was introduced and made an excellent speech, full of forci ble truths and good advice to the col ored citizens. His address was fre quently applauded and made a good impression ulpn his hearers. 'L. E. men ass geat:aluled-feo, and res ponded in bf rlef talk, whicb was well received. A rail was then opened and a goodly number came forward and had their names entered as members of the club, among them many colored men. The next meeting of this club will be held Thursday evening of the coming week, when permanent officers will be elected. The Greeley and Brown ball has been started in the 1 first ward...

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. — 21 September 1872

We@ona1 luuu. e d wrerat e ompetessgies ,ttniat ar~nsagugh tra t frSof the bank lr back as wE " he ysoe sa were ab a ~t~rract~e~sd is i~4 ts ft of the" baink, n' ~ ° l . The bank was thena . When the hbak became a .a one, How ard P i rae ret Aed their posi tiokC4 tsig erested lin armano faea ins Pawtacket IL I., . tlal or the. unt deb . The ester iFlIE 9449040 r y u I and thou ; a4 .( dollars were. sy and swal i..A ap,` uu~d~-t: .axoached the rigna~ i o wearing on the part ofthd isier prevented the Board of Dkgtsui t. e puI btleofrom suspect Ing9beiselietats of affeen, and it was mInuso teiie Jan aty that an acciden tal e'sroneitam.e brought this long series of robbeede to light . The guilty ,oSfcj.L tade what restitution they Scoudl-t the ;anont onbout $90,000 -leaving teir families destitute. Peaion;, the teler, was sentenced to nine years in the State prison for embezsleaent,an.i Howard the casbier, 'whot ad ~tied t"i emiezzlement the c udte of iry wasentenced to nine .years at h...

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. — 28 September 1872

t*NADS II LU! U i. ' t. '-I i'a OWNýICIAL JOUSIAL OF TUE raSins Or ASIC ANUD TOWNV OF D4,NALDO0rýflLLE VOLUME 2 1DON ALDSONVLLE, LA., SATTJR Y, 8EPT'EMBE2817. A lr$8atraiiaean Newspaper. Psbfaurt Rl ep &irates Morning, -AT Donaaldpaonvlle, Lu., BY lI R lIB1 'N.." B3lNTLEY, EDITOR AND PROP.IIETOR. TRBHK OF 8UBRCRIPTION': One copy, one year . ...... .......$3 00 One copy; ui mths .......... .... 1 .0 Singlea eapl, ..................... 10 Payalse invariably in advance. ADYIBfTISINrG AfTE : [A square is the space of ten lines Agate.] Space. w k. I me. 3 mon. 6 moe. 1 yr. I square.... $1 $3 00 $5 40 $9 00 $15 00 2 quanres... 2 00 9 00 15 00 25 00 4 squares... 4 800 15 00 250 35 00 uornfttm...D 7.00 13 44 00 50 00 4columa..- 14 25 40 00 6000 70 00 Transient advertisements, $1 per squarrlrst innertlon; 75 eta. qach subsequent insetion. All official advertisements $1 per square each insertion. Comimunicatiios may be addressed simply " Car, ls Donaldsonsille, La.," or to the edi tor a.d...

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 September 1872

Offioal Jonral Town of Donaldonville. LINDEN E. BENXTLEY, : tro. EI. D PROPtmIETOR. P F PRESIDENT, orw sw r Ps. FR VICE PRESIDENT, :B. GRATZ BROWN, Or. JUMssOUI. 'OR P ISXIDEJTIAL .UJETOTE8. state aio L.age. tT. E. )IANNING, of Rasn'dea, .A. 8. HEltRON, of East Baton Rouge, 1 1C. E. LWE D,Tf . Orleins e FIrst District. Second aSftric-, LOUIS hUSH, of Lafourtde. Tialrd District. GEN. ALAEN TIHOlIAB, of Ascension. Fourth District. A. H. LEONARD, of Caddo. Fifth Iin triet. L. V. REEVES, of Tensas. - For Sudge of the Fourth Jadicial District, RAPIHAEL BIEAUVAIS of St. James. For Diaiot Attorney, L. .iPOORTER of St. John the Baptist. Announcement of Candidates. (~A ouncements under this heading will be inserted ait the following rates, payable invyaisly in advacne: For State offices, $20; 'Congressonal or Judicial Listrict offices. $15; Parish ofices, $10. For Congress. I respectfully nunounce myself a an In depenldent Candidate for Congress from the Third QongessiOnal District. J. B. PR...

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 September 1872

_Pariash of nsi. E. W. itason,.:..Z-r....- it Judge, lo Joba- I. C~tby,. o-tbe Court . .|os. lg rfth,. ........To x Clollector, Chsrlea .. i~f~l:~~ b~~E.i,-..-. DoAntc Aosftli Cm* ,.OMfeial Journal. POf jCE JVRORS. R. T..HIanson, President Dumini LeBlanc, Austin bunein, lrausin Tro e, J. ABrand. SCHOOL BOARD. E. W. Mason, President, Iodoisph Brand, I erre Landry, (H. H. Charles F. Smith, James M. Bryan, Charles N. Lewis. Town of Donaldsonville. E. W. Mason, ............Mayr, t Edw. N. Pugh, ........... Attorney, '(. A Franklin,..........Physician, t W. G. Wilkinson,........ eeretary, C'hriestian Kline ,........T.....reasurer, Frederick Fobb,.... .... Assessor, Pierre Landry .......... Colletr, Llnder) E. Bentley,.......Printer, it. J. Duke ............. Whairf-Mashr, H. O. Maher .... ....Constable. ALDERMEN. Frederi, k Duffel, Jos. Burbridge, - . at VWard. Charles F. Smith, Robert Noel,.-...d " t Felix LeBlanc, Joseph Johnson,...3rd " a Railroad Time Table. Daily Passenger and .'rei...

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 September 1872

hoL o-oftC i8h,_ththe. A pyed the eightk tbe chanm ip aee with the MUtuals of oi tohe Usioo ground in t fity. 'Te I tuils seem to be 12 re ng` the superior form the season. Weaday, with a very w excep their' plat was per f~. 'Their bting was heavy and very afe and their fielding was uni formrly abt and eaeosive. Caum mnip ,wov 4edtht-lhe is undoubtedly the piter in the country. Tte fi iad the greatest difficulty '* tg Cari.tings, Fisher being t.b only sman who bhit him twice for a mrs' ~ase hit, while four men out of, the wise eould. not hit him at all. Ti tMu4aal fere ilrst to go to the bat. The game opened weli for them they making two runs. They continued to increase their lead every inning to the sixth, when they re ceived the first coat of whitewash, and this was followed by another in the seventh, but they resumed scor ing in the eighth and ninth. The Ath letics, could not score until the fourth inning; indeed, they lhad made but one base hit. Fisher then made a fine drive to ...

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