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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 14 December 1872

THE DONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. OFFICIAL JOIUNAL OF TIHE PARISH OF ASCEINMION AND TOWN OF D9NALDMONVILLP. VOLUME '2. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1872. NMiMER 14. ,I-GlrmB#Amana ** 4tn. . Office in Crescent Plce. A Liberal Republican Newspaper. P*.bl;h5.d Every' Saturday Morning, -AT Donaldsonville, La.. -BY LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. AdRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: n)ue copy, one year, ................ .$3 00 One copy, six months, .................. 1 50 tigln o copies,.......................... 10 Payable invariably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES: IA square is the space of ten lines Agate.] apace. illwk. 1 meo. 3mos. 6mos. 1 yr. I quare.... $1 00 $3 00 $5 00 $9 00 $1500 2 squares... 200 500 900 15 00 2500 4 squares... 4 00 8 001500 25000 3500 icolumn... 7 00 13 0025 00 40 00 50 00 ScolmnI,... 14 00 25 4000 60 00 7000 I column... 28 00 40 55 00 75 00100 00 Transient uadvertisements. $1 per square first insertion; 75 cts. oach subsequent insertion. All official advert...

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 December 1872

Official Journalof Pah of Apoensaon. Official Journal Town of Donaldsonville. ,, LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AID PROPRIETOR. M* x. W. 4. WnIKINsON, proprietor of t s-Assenefn.io sws Det, is aseriOsa to as Agent of the CHIEF for Ite purpose Of so lwcUt Sthbr sarimo Led Adwr atdmees and receiitag payment therefor. SCopies of the Cnuaz maiy alway be had Sthe Jost-O and at W'Vitnsoo's News MATUIRDAY, DEC.14, 1879. Men of mark-Those who can't write their names. Horse cars are once more to be seen upon the streets of New Orleans. The epizootic is rapidly abating. The veritable P. T. Barnum, of world-wide museum fame, will visit New Orleans during next week with his grand combination museum, men agerie and circus. Six monstrous tents are required for his exhibition, "and, ladies and gentleman, all can be vis ited for one price of admission." The New Orleans Times seeks to create the impression that great ex citement and indignation exist among the people of New Orleans over the political sit...

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 December 1872

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Pariuh of Asoension. K. Prospe Landry .... rkh Judge, John D. Cantey ......... Cler of theout, Chas. A. Younger,........R crder, Rodolth Braau-.........Secretary, Felix Besd, ........Treasurer, Charles F.Smith, ........Tax Collector, Chritian Klne, ........Sherif CharldEN. I eb , r....... Chief Constable. DowaMeonvnaf Cazr,.Offical Journal. POLICE JURORS. R. T. Hanson, President, Dumini LeBlano, Austin Duncan, Drausin Trope, J. A Brand. SCHOOL BOARD. Pierre Landry, President, Rodolph Brand, L. E. Bentley, .. H. Hill, Charles F. Smith, James M. Bryan, Charles N. Lewis. Milton Morris. Town of Donaldsonville. Chas. F. Smith,.......... Mayor pro tem, Edw. N. lgh,...........Attorney, G. A Frankin, ..........Physician, W. G. Wilkinson,........Secretary, Christian Kline, ........Treasurer, Frederick Fobb,.........Assessor, Pierre Landry ...........Collectcr, Linden E. Bentley,.......Printer R. J. Duke,..............Wharf-ka:tr, H. O. Maher,............ Constable. ALDERM...

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 December 1872

grnalbsonbille ied. AN ADDRE88 BT THE UTnited States Centennial Com mission. To the People of the United States: The Congress of the United Stats has en acted that the completion of the `One Hun dredth Year of American Independence shall be eelebs.ted by an Itegas*osne l gJIhibition of the Arts, Manufactures, and Producets of the soil and mine, to be held at Philadelphia, in 1876, and has appointed a Commilieon, consisting of representatives from each State and Territory, to conduct the eelebration. Originated under the auspiceq of the Na tional Legislature cont lle.d'by a National Commission, and designed as it is to " Cm memorate the first Century of our existence, by an Exhibition of the Natural resourees of the Country and their development, and of our progrss in those Arts which benefit mankind, in comparison with those of older Nations," it is to the people at large that the Commission look for the aid which is neces sary to make the Centennial Celebration the graniest anniver...

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 December 1872

THE DONALDSONYVLLE CHIE . OFFICIAL JOUR1NAL OF THE PARISH OF ASCENSION AND TOWN OF DONALJDMONVILLE. VOLUME 2. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1872. ~ . ( Ofice in Cresoent Place. A Liberal Republioca Newspaper. Published Every Saturday Morning, -AT DonaldsonVile, La., -BY LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year,..................$3. 00 One copy, six months,.................. 1 50 Single copies,......-----............. 10 Payable invariably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES: (A squareis the space of ten lines Agate.] Space. I wk. 1 mo. 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. I square.... $1 00 $3 00 $5 00 $9 00 $15 00 2 squares... 200 500 9 001500 2500 4 squares... 400 8 00 1500 25 00 35 00 Icolumn... 700 13 002500 40 00 00 4 column... 14 00 2500 40 00 60 00 00 I column.. 28 00 40 55 00 75 10000 Transient advcrtisement5.1 per square first insertion; 75 cts. each sul eqnent insertion. All official advertisements $1 per square each insertion. Communieati...

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 December 1872

Office in Cresceat S.nce. Official Journal of `Tarish of Aaceaoion. Official Journal Town of i)onaldsonville. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Sit' Mk. W. 0. WILKINSON, porietor of the WOJOPglreaDp b die act as Agent of the CHIEF for the purpose of so licitin.l SebEritgdms and Advcrlisements and rece ingsgpay.tent therefor. W Copies of the Citnss may aronays be had at the Post-Ofice and at Yilkinson's iews tpeot, Donal.dsonile. T;JATUlDAY, DEc. 21, 1729. Notice. TIHE Ladies of the Ascension ('hurch, DIonaldsonville, have postponed their Fair until the end of January. M. M. DILtON, Rctor. We regret to learn of the death of Dr. C. Ward, formerly editor of the Iberville South, who departed this life on board the steamer Frank Par goud on the 13th inst., while on his way from Iberville to New Orleans. Thie, New Orleans Times office was yesterday seized by a deputy U. S. MArshal and closed up, by order of court, proceedings having been en tered against C. A. Weed, its proprie to...

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 December 1872

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Parish of Ascension. It. Prosper 'Landry,...... Parish Judge, John D. Cantey,......... Clerk of the Court, Chas. A. Younger,........Recorder, elido Braud,........r.. Felix * "U 4 . Trse4rer, Cha S it.-. - .Tax. Collector, DoNAWSOxyILLU C mt, rnal. POLICE JITfhOBS. R. T. Hanson, Presient, I)umini LeBlane, Austin Duncan, i)rausin Trope, J. A Braud. SCHOOL BOARD. Pierre Lmandry, President, Rodolph Brand, L. E. Bentley, G. H. Hill, Charles F. Smith, James M. Bryan, Charles N. Lewis. Milton Morris. Town of Donaldsonville. Chas. f: S"mith,..........Mayor protem, Edw. N. Pugh,............Attrney, G. A Franklin,..........Physician, W. G. Wilkinson,......Secretary, Christian Kline,..........Treasurer, Frederick Fobb,.........Assessor, Pierre Landry,.......... Collector, Linden E. Bentley,.......Printer, _R. J. Duke,....... ...Wharf-Master, 110. Maher,.............Constable. ALDERMEN. Frederick Duffel, Jos. Burbridgo,..lst Ward. Charles F. Smith, Robert Noel,....d " Felix ...

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 December 1872

onaalbsnmbillte a(uif. AN ADDRESS BY THEi United States Centennial Com mission. To the People of the United G8ates: TLe Congress of the United States has en actethat the completion of the (One lIhu dredth Year of American Independence shall be celebrated by an International Exhibition of the Arts, Manufactures, and Products of the soil and mine, to be held at PhiladelpTla, in 1876 and has appointed a Commission, consisting of representatives from each State and Territory, to conduct the celebration. Originated under the auspices of the Na tional Legislature, controlled by a National Commission, and designed as it is to "Com memorate the first :Century of our existence, by an Exhibition of the Natural resources of the Country and their development, and of our pro.re~s in those Arts which benefit mankind in comparison with those of older Nations," it is to the people at large that the Commission look for the aid which is neces sary to make the Centennial Celebration the grandest anniv...

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 December 1872

ILE DONALDSON VILLE CHI E. OFFICIAL JOURNiAL OF .TIE PARISH OF ASCENSION AND TOWN OF DONALbBONVIELE. - - ` DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1872. 1ýtEtr'ct Office in Crescent Place. A Liberal Republican Newspaper. Published Every azterdayg orning, Dolsmaldslom.v le, La., -ar LINDEN E3. BENTLEY, arrIo6 AND PROPrIETro. J 0at' 4LTBBCBIPTIQO: One oopy, one year,...................$3 00 ahe og sin anath,.................. 150 Single coples,......................... 10 Payable invariably in advance. ADERTISING BATE8: [A equareis the space of ten lines Agate.] ! wk. se Oes. mos. 1 yr. I oquet.... P $ U i $15 oo00 Vaeqreo..s. I 9 8 W6 M15 2500 4squaroe... 4 00 S4 5 0. 25 003500 t o~u mn... yr .l OSI 4 0 U1 0 50 00 Scolumn .. 14 25 ~ 40 00 60 00 70 00 1 eelama... 28 4d 018 55 0 75 00 10000 Titedant adverismnM ts. $1 per square first insertion; 75 atq. peh sabsequent insertion. All aisi advertieamentn $1 per square each insertio. Communiaestions may be addresaed simply "Camir, Dona...

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 December 1872

Sonalb sonbite (i id. Office in Creacent Plac. Official Journal o Paris. A4 S~i a Official Journal Town of Donaldsonville. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, f EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "? ti. W. (. w i.LKinson, proprietor of as Agent of the CIiEF for the purpose of so litciing S.bscripti0wis aed Advertfinm.ns and receiving payment therefPr. Co Aspi.s of Me cuss may awezys be had Sat.the Post-OfdEe and at IWilkinson s New 1)4pot, Donta lrille. MATUS.r I.Y, DEC. 8, 187.. Begin the new year by subscribiing for the CHIEF. The regular session of the General Assembly will begin on the first Mon day of January, at 12 o'clock M.," at which time the present extra session will end. The suspension of the New Or leans Tines and of the National Re publican has thrown a large number of printers out of employment, and members of the craft are advised not to visit New Orleans in search of work at this season. George Francis Train, America's champion blow-hard, was arrested in New York the other day, upon the charge ...

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 December 1872

OFFICIALL DIRECTORY. Parish of PAcensiolL J-~ D Cautey, .- erkf of the Court, Ar."rleks,. ....R..kcorider, ioi ...........Secretary, ~eliz evu- ...Treaserer, C'-'I'. S i......Taxoetor, Aaro 11111.............Sheriff, . Chlstb N.1 ewi,.....C.lef Constable. pOnstLDeWvuL.L Cig,,.Oaicaial Journal. POLICE JURORS. R. T. Hanson, President. Dumini LeBlanc, Austin Duncan, Drausin Trope, J. A Braud. SCIOOL BOARD. Pierre Landry, President, Rodol l Braud, L. E. Bentley, O. H. Hill, Charles P. Smith, James M. Bryun, Charles N. Lewis. Milton Morris. Town of Donaldsonville. Solomoin Weinschcnek,...Mayor, Edw. N. Pugh..........Attorney, G. A Franklin,..........Physicinu, WV. G. Wilkinson,...... -Secretary, Christisi Kline,- ......... Treasurer, FIe deoick Fobb,.........Assessor, ?'iorre Landry ........... CollectLl, Linden E. Bentley, ...... Printer, R. J. Duke ............... Wha.if-Masl'r, Robert Noeel,.............Constable. ALDERMEN. PVrde~ ek Duffel. Jos. Burbridge,.. let Ward. Cha. . Smith, N...

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 December 1872

analbsa n bille (ýQid. AN ADDRESS BY THE United States Centennial Com. mission. To the People of the United States : The Coupress of the United States has en acted that the completion of the lOne hun dredth Year of American Independence shall be selebrated by an International Exhibition of the Arts, Manufactures, and Products of the soil and mine, to be held at Philadelphia, in 176, and has appointed a Commission, consisting of representatives from each State and Territory, to conduct the celebration. Originated under te auspices of the Na tional Legislature, odltrolled by a National Commission, and designed as it is to " Com memorate the first Century of our existence, by an Exhibition of the Natural resources of the Country and their development, and of our progress in those Arts which benefit mnankind, in comparison with those of older Nations," it is to the people at large that the Conmmission look for the aid which is neces sary to make the Centennial Celebration the granldest ...

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 January 1873

TE IK)NALDSONVILLE CHIEF. SOFFICIAL JOURAL OF THE PARISH OF ASCENSION AND TOWN OF DONIALDSONVTI*L. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1873. A W de-Ap h.pomsNewspaper. Fýisaishd Ri eey Rap day Jforsig, Donatd wn vte, La., S=.ggUpaWU 5.3MMZ 1 LU U', EDI'OK AND PWOPBIETOR. TYME -OF SIYBUBCIPfION: One opy, six months .,......... 1 50 v . . .. .. 10 ys wsma ye advamne [Asasre is the space of ten lines Agate.] 1 wk. 1 me. garea.6 mos. 1 yr. iqs .... P1 "94U ,00 $9 00 2$1500 qares... 0 9 0015 00 2500 4 suares... 4 8 00 15 00 505 35 00 ...: 7 15 IS 500 00 40 5og 000 0.. 1 525 4000 5500 6500 1 column... 20 49 50 00170 001100 00 Transient adyertisments. $1 50 per square ýEotlMdlaWim; 73 iS'5Seih subsequent insertion. ,airroements $1 per square each Communications may be addressed samply Cmaw, ponaldsinville, La.," or to the ed 1. tos'EM4pVetor per mafaly. temperanee and labor are the two best physicianssf tman; labor sharpens the appetite, Matilemperance prevents hig from indulging in ...

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 January 1873

Offical Journal of P of M .01 Official Journal -LNDEN L. BZNTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. La AUass M, 4. w au toae. a.Ao Co oef AsCmnvusaualways be hAd ý~~a, "ua 4~ 178. ghab ribe for the Camn#; $3, year. The naugurstlon of Kellogg will take place on I onday, the 1lth inet., mud the ekeuaen of a United States kaater ei Tuesday, the 14th. Both eventa wil excite much public inter TMh 1pesum Hall Legislature will seabeble in New Orleans Monday, butwhether it willbe permitted to con if i its session in contempt of the cadet 41f Judge Durell's Court is a question that must be settled by future events. -The CuncI's favorite candidate for tbo U & Senat ship is Hon. lcbgel Hahn, ex-Gov. of the State, and now bildiube of the House-ofi Representa tA i from St. Charles parish. After hie, H... P. -B. 8. Pinchback, a eel mar jean, Acting Gov. of the State, spCengreasmnan at large elect. One of the finest pictorial illustra timns we- have seen for a long while tithe view of the burnt district ...

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 January 1873

Q ief. O4 es in Otneseea Plsen O*FICIAL MIUUC"@T* hn A. *wS.** ".Prish Ja4ge, iasn .D. ,........ kettheCourt Charles ow ,..."._ .eeeder Pelix s .m .. **** % , Charles . ash,.. .Tax . o.le.tor, DouAWSoxvIa3 Camr,.Offieial JouraLt POLIOE JUMoRU. 3. T. Hassee, Preeslest, Dtabitut Ie4mo, Ausik Demeen, Drasain Trope, J. A Braud. SCHOOL BOARD. PNerse Ldry, Psuddes, xodolph Brand, See. and Tress. 0. H. Hill, Charles P. Smith t wa of e )maaL. lley. Sitn eltheobelyk...Yayer, Edw. N. ..........AteSS , (. AP .....Pheca We. eg ..... , irst lak nor, .......... esor, Linden E. Bentley,.......Prlatetr At S. ........A stissr, Beet el..m......an lbl Prdelolek IDLjes. eb idge,..1st Ward V.$d Ni . Conway .2nd 1 Fdlt1slaJoseph Jehases,. ..Srd " RZailroat time Table. DeE a a in.e umt iJw s fean cooam hteu'--4.4esm New Orleans at 7:45 A. M.; Arrives in Desaaldeonville at 12:36 P. N. flerni sB' a"exceted), Leaves Don trlsat~i ss1:3 . ;Arrives in New "Orlsue at O P. K. Plssa~r. Lavs. fewOr. DnWWUJ.VII Lh, ...

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 January 1873

gDnalbsenbxile (@idf. ITHE PBOTS O IEE The ctr* elA. Around the Christmae-tree we stood, And watched the children's faces,. - A1 thy iteir omtl fits reslved With childish airs and aces. We grown f our a of fan And laugh to see th. juveniles iss neath the "uffy berry ." Beaaewete&astewas , A loVely dark-eyed maiden While near her stood our little Eve, 1 s arwith love-gifts ladea, ItuI atrouni the room she went, The blue-eyed' baby, sy ý.adppslyly. Bwt-wish to see the darling came All empty-handed was she, M4-whew I asked, " Why slight me thus I " She answesed, " Oh, betaese we 'e ý a know yob here l IMe~ s " An tltn, ithbleye shining, To Bessie's side she went, her arms Her sister's neck entwining. "Bimuhing 1 mnit have,' said I, ")! hiet'sasslgbt to gladden." A1hadeotthouig'ht the ~baby face Smed lMfsendtlo tesadden, Till, at cues, with gleeful luh "Th0 nkeww whatdo, Sir! e o lA te#Bessis left, But I dlv Ae. to you, irI " Amid the laugh that came from all I drewm new ft to he, W...

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 January 1873

TfE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. ' OFPICIAL JOURNAL OF THIIE PAIII* OF A.MCELiION A.iD TOWN OF DONALD5ONVILLE. VOLQUME I DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY II, 1873. NUMBER V ~"~ mmm munl u nnnu nu ·,,-, · n .. ...n.~=, I. . ._ .! - . - tl.m u -u . ':, ---'. ..m In[P n . lq -A LIVRIN i . pUmNITLBaWR EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TEBRM OF UBIJTEWIPTI'ON: One copyV, te ye,.r .................. -.,1 00 Single copies ... ........ 10 A D VEiBTII8N.G BiATE.V. [A square is the space of ten lines Agate.] pae. I wk 1. m. mos. ' yr. I squar....l $ 5 3 $6 00 $9 00 $1500 2 squares... 2 s5 50 0 9 15 25 00 4 squares... 4 001 8 4o 1 25 0048500 i olumn... 7 00 1 001 25 40 00 50 00oo I column... 1200 25 04 40 55 65 00 1 column... 20 00 40 50 070 00,100 00 Transient advertisenentA. $1 50 per square grst insertion; 75 seats each subsequent insertion. All otlieid advertisements $1 per equare each insertion. Communications may be addressed simply " C~uiv, Dnaldsonville, La.," or to the ed tor and proprietor perso...

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 January 1873

Official Journal of h on. Official Journal Town of Donaldsonville. LIITDENI E. fENTLEY, EDITOR AND PaoP~zIITO. lire~~qjp~be au M Jn 1Ycl x, tr of op Coie the city of i w abur. be had Childa, Esq., publisher of the Phila delphia stdger? ftr a copy of his beautiful Putic Lodger Almanac for 181. 8T ies, the murderer of James Fisk, Jr., ba tetuhely been convicted of the criWe and sentenced to be hung on the C Sth of snet month. The affair mut be a nitne day's wolnder among the ker Yorkers, it is so very seldom their rich nrdere r or are punished. Music GIVEN AWAY.-We will or* der Ps ern' Mtiuteal Monthlli to be senth fo~r ie year to any onedwho will send a sim. ebaleribers to our paper, the Ctm. Think of it! Yon can get atffair lea ty b eautifl songs, duets and choruhbe, and from fifty to sixty piano pie .ea, worth att least 40, by sending us half a dozen subscribers to our paper. The beatifmuler me published in our "Poets CoierN Ais week under the title of "The Idiot Boy" was wiitten b...

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 January 1873

Dae in Crsmeeant PlB* - OPPICIAL RIUECWO@Y. Peilh of Aroesim. John A. Cheevera,..-.-. I. , John D. Cantsy........ .. 'o t ourt, Clharlen .s .... ..a.*. * R(tlol ph Irand,......... Felix Remand,.......... urer, Charles . mith, .......Tax Collector, Aaron H ill ... ....... Charles W. Ls . Chief i enstable. Dox.w.AoWTInuJ. CaSir,.Obeial Journal. POLICE JURORS. ý T. Hanson, President Dnmini LeBlanc, Antin onean, Drausin Trope, J. A Brand. SCHOOL BOARD. Pierre Landry, President, Rodolph Braud, See.(and Treas. G. H. Hill, Charles F. Smith, .James M. Bryan, Charles N. Lewis, Milton Morris, L. E. Bentley. Twn of Dosaldnmville. Solomon Weinamhenek,... Mayor, Edw. N. Pugh...............ttorney, G. A Franklin........... hysician, W. G. Wilkinoun,........ Secretary, Christisa Kline, .........Treasurer, Frederl. k Fobb,......... Asepor, Pierr Landry............Colleetor, Linden EI Bentley,.......Printer. R. J. Duke,............Whafi-Mtatar, Robert oeel, ...........Constable. ALDERMEN. FredeS DuF...

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 January 1873

3Jitaasaillnbit1c 1ief. THE POET'S OOUEEB. Tihe Idolt Uey. It had pleased God to form poor Ned t A thing of idiot mind, Yet to tth poor omeatelonin g boy (od had not been unkind. O1ld Sarah *les h elpeta eoild, Whom helplessneas oade ear, And life was everything to hint SvNg knew meoA..o t fear. She knew his wants, she understood Each half :str'late call ; For lie was crervthilig to Icr, And she to him was all. And so for many a year they livd, Nor knew a wiksh beside, lint agos t lengt on Sarah came, And she fell sick and died. IIq tried ini ait to waken her, He called her o'er and o'er; They, told Ithm she was dead-the words To hinl no import bore. Tlheyv closed her eves and shrouded her, Whilst he stood wondering by. And when they bore her to the grave, lie followed silently. They laid her in the narrow house, And sang the funeral stave, And when the mournful train dispersed, He loitered by the grave. The rabble boys that used to jeer When'er they sdw poor Net. Now stood sal wast...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
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