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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 18 January 1873

THE D ONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF WHE PARISH OF AMCEMSION AND TOWn OF DOiALDMONVILLE. VOLUME 2. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1873. NUMBER 19. Amies Wamai Generlm. A Wide-Awske Home Newspaper. Publiksed Every atstrday Morning Donaldsonville, La., -BY- -ny LINDEN E. BENT'LEYV, EsITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP SUBBCRIPTION: One epy, oe yer ........ .....$3 00 One copy, six moints,.................. 1 50 $'l . invsrlably i . advance. 10 ADVERTISING BATFS: (A quare is the apace of ten lines Agate.] Space. I wk. I m. 3 m os.moe.I yr. Isquare.... $1S $3 $600 $900 15 00 2squares... 250 5 900 1500 2500 4 squaresf... 4 s 8 15 2500 35 00 eolum... 7 00 15 0 00 40 00 5000 icolamn... 1200 00 40 00.5 00 6500 1 column... 20 00 0 0 00 0 70 001100 00 Transient advertisements, f1 50 per quare Arit insertion; 75 cents deach s.bseqet Insertion. All oficial advertisements $1 per square each insertion. Communatetions may be addressed simply SCutr, Donaldsouville, La.," or to the...

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 January 1873

Of11a4l Jourual of P Oficale ourial Tmon ot B ENDU . 3I N -N TL3Y, Ebrroa, AND PnoPaeIToR. E 4jipus r e ON' of farndito~ted o act Square, aW.*O,4e, I blyd pie rapjfudo smuhementmrr kb..~yhow AIr m~m m~rrio.I~hl·mrrl wig~ll Mc pM - Aulba d t dh ateHk UW bs iWa to Lemlitna th. uaininhse ~Ur #mu ton. tot, thamammi pler!Oplae, Ifk wwfto'bl theislegraph. Ife-bad wiN bu,1o6 L iufr io t'.Jihn htc Fs; el't,'!'4r;r le (pie or "M Poo lu ~tr b~lrr vrtaidwesbyperw~iiMl othi r~ Qover iuepL tod o : ·;·nt n h Maiheula had twoj Jdegiuiaturem4ibn& A ML r 0omnra eýws t ra, itklihýt Lbs~alrs Iii nt (' 3 !v4tegI tUWSrr~ I ýp V ~YhyF toI 4Qtk3A lidue 8tat o it ad. it it 'tihow At thaastad peoplat -ii we an to belle e them'telegn h . wlty bUa t ffd i Ye~M le byI vaprmi dt~um of tev Wm ' R0VKeloni 4he ; J. S. senate: fli !t~i esgnhama and twtai.eg by atre ;U. a:nl b*horltiea t we, tatitl near a obaiataimiuta not 4ienlai$ thoeg tortsar butuwe ocp the legal (uuv .emern, ble, I ort1e olePhao, SIs A M~mCy...

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 January 1873

Juha A. ..ai.I tn out rýýi'I~l 'r" i: ' G. uL ssi Mile.. amf y .". J" ," Pgo" A. """" s~aN~b 0MSr & .... ¶ · *hsSi m u MW . Iýýýý ra. r IiL; ·a · r,, D~r~l~tru~~r · ·rllý~ : its Pibe 1:46A. Yak AýI· tdif brý a, eu · IweedmaI wq imdam Us 1:16 J.ei7 lb, layt' I'rlrbqkr#`ý ý ,;. ,1$, 197t 5 0-luiloltQi~&6-Y: f!innd gant tie t firasr, i' i tl our thaanks tbr a neat little g esnt. We regret to learns the ~4 am iduat sun f Mr.. B. which ocesrred last Thucaday ,poi PariI , prnrt *Ws in "Pddi"t Menaday, bat no busnlue was trmea-, tel. coa.t adjourned uat nexaM o day. A grand ba~l wit he-gien at the D. 8.. C. Hall, Tuesday evening, Jan uary 28th, 1873,' uder the auspices of the mewrlmant of Dosaldmoanille. B.ecial attcnti a i Mselltl4to ee election a1d reglitrattoh'noctic.of the Superviaor of Regletration of this pad ish, which is published in another col, 1 umn. The 8eretar' pt` s lIe Informs us that a ped meeting f that body will be held st the foutrt House?, Monday.s ait, purasatt...

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 January 1873

it k. # ',errace. We sthefed r semaet; The robeaim iiem grimmadtm We yawe-d thsiwWelb eea'fe iphbae ghs wallsýº Itandl haýd4 hm r bsr1itss blar , W1 eiMqe pssse wit lovng ea aeyo rlagsr aT w rew w d vadtiiw se e " $ 'ýebol~t~~Y~W us.r Tbea aid te eb paaa aile ewalg bIbe toma We vowd 11 thatwie Meekr Iowas' fo Iaob the soB S~ae}the-r;ea ý ·tr t laaobtear'aowe Thebestlilmyis hereL b e m i a 'iwtas1LSk · g~ ;ft1e ld ,I hadrp bisek 1h ge bMI mhsgd~~rvv bag ICe min ooi ysur . Inb1 J bet new t b U4. edws Nbo! heith th ~-I gh.allI9 beutiul Its old aacbaatnreot Hisse Theb e he brts.utiMa avl. to me Ctheu chl, th Seekerflowysndb In so cotssntiul boeaute f Iii psi ýeee' leavrbml lest rear's vow Jo. era away togawhe. The beauti ful snow I Ire, hT fq - am,~llrer Amd ana ywlrb ~frl bab beau wsougo 9'h4 ia1Irltsh fit, sat ma ith beatI bi top boots Imat i i bsten darned bit. ,&tut~hmn myOlh benilfl 'The. bartlll u mow, !ll Ho! away, Irm aways ail beautiful ! Sad nep ea bcy ond bme And ý a te a...

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 January 1873

DONALDSONVILLE CHIE OFFICAL JOURNAL OF WTlE PARIRMM *P AECENSION AND TOWN OF DONALftNO1 lLL . ' DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1873. ' ... A Wide-AweIpe g W2 wspaper. Publiihe' x very HSafi- Iforni1eg -Br UI)ITo ANLD aQ AUrO1L. One copy, six month.,....... ........... 1 50 P invarlaly in edvance. I@ [A eq n.is tihe spaee of ten lines Agate.] Saso. jWk. 1in mo. mnos. 6 mos. 1 yr. Q1 u te .... 3 $6 00 $soo $1 50000 s ree... 5 900 15 05 9 5 00 Soenumn... 7.0 15 5 00 40 005000 Solumn... 11 25 4(1 05 65 00 I colbgn... 20 00 40 00, 6 70 100100 Trnsient .advertiqelente. I1 50 per sqnuare first i ti.elo+; 75 cents sAh etsbsequent insertion. - AII Ileial advertisements $I per square emeh iniertion. Communicstions may be addtnssed simply " UCna, DenaldsenvlWe, I.," or to the ed toQ ad ptjorietor prsoh.dly. tamy pierson, has doubts whether advertisements are read or not, let him put something he doesn't wish seen m an obscure part of the paper. Fredertck Douglass was lately re fuse...

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 January 1873

Official Journal of P ah f A s on. Ofoiial Journal ToA ot 7e, LINDEN U. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PRO'RIETOR. thlV Ms. W. O. WLKI5sONw, proprietor of the is authorized to art a Agent o t RIeP rat rpose of ao re Il . . pa.e.t erefor. ati9 Cotgee o_ tht Cms m oI always be1h ~atmuda, stanary 25, 1878. iE HE" tdrer t'ytton, the cele- t brasd EnglWnnovelist and dramatist, is dead. U. 8. enator J. K. West will accept e out tmhaks'for a large and varied as- r sortae.aj': valuable public doon- I meates I The Now Ouleans Losist.iano and a the Belos Rouge .tate Jo~nal have t susnapete1d pub)jration. The former wau R paublican journal, thelatter r a Metnery organ. The McEnery Senate has barely a quorum of members in attendance at 8 its daily sessions. The end of the "Psaqs Legislature"(ridicalousmis- 14 nomer) approacheth. a President Grant has issued an ex- n ec tive order prohibitingifederal of- _ idadis fro holding State offices, the o new Ptglatlen to go into effect from C and S I`ste 4th day 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. — 25 January 1873

Ofe. in Crescent Place. OFFICIAL DIIECTOiY. Pads of Aoe.oion. John A. Cheevers, ........ Parish Judte, Jdht b). Catey,......... Clerkof the Court, Chlristian Elis....>...T.eaorer, Charles F. Smith,........Tax Colleeter, Aaron Hll.......... r . Dr. W. M. Moall4ard,...hl ylean Charles N. Lewis,........ Chief Constable. DonaL0sowaaLLa CRttr,.Oelasl Journal. POLICE JURORS. Wm. Kenner, President, Henry Johnson, Edward Cantey, Alliveges Harrison, Hillary Rice. SCHOOL BOARD. Pierre Landry, President, Rodolph Braud, See. and Treas. 0. H. Hill, Charles F. Smith, James M. Bryan, Charles N. Lewis, Milton Morris, L. B. Bentley. 'TOwn of Donaldaeonville. Solomon Wesahehtek,...Mayer, Edw. N. Pugh,...........Attorney, w. (. Wilk nea.a,...... Seeretary, Christtip Kline, .........Treasurer, Frederiek Fo1bb,....... Aner, Pierre Ladty,..........CollectLr, Linden 1. Bentley,....... Printer . J. ke ..........lWharf-kasttr, Robert eeL............. Consatable. ALDERMRt. Frederick Dtiel Jo. Burbrldge,.....

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 January 1873

TH, POET'S C0BEB,. Edward Gray. Sweet Emma Moreland of yonder town, Met me walking on yonder way, "4 Y4lpave t st your heart I" she said, 1Ar 4&l'y4 m inarried yet, Edward Gray:' Sweet Emm orea d spoke to me; Bitterly. i w .i*f tined aw ay; " Sweet Emnia Moreland, love no more Can touchthe heart of Edward Gray. "Ellen Adair she loved me well, Against her father's and mother's will; TQ , sat fora au hour and wept, By oEleb's grave, on the windy hill. "Shy she was, and I thought her cold; '.l htiler proud, and fled over the sea; Flld I..as with folly and spite, When Ellen Adair was dying for me. " Cruel cruel, the words I said; Ctsefly same they back to-day; ' You're too slight and fickle,' I said, .4e etable the heart of Edward Gray.' " Then I put my face in the grass- Whispered, ' Listen to my despair; I repean me of all I' did; peak little, Ellen Adair !' "Then I took a pencil and wrote Oa the moessy stone, as I lay, 'I er eigs the body of Ellen Adair, An. idt1h' tie heart of E...

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. — 1 February 1873

THE DONALDSONYJLLE 'CHIEF. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF ASCENSION AND TOWlN OF .DONALDMONVILLE. VOLUME 2. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1873. NUMBER 21. Amicus Humani (Generis. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper. Published Every Saturday Morumcg -AT Donaldsoonville, La., -BY LINfDE:N E. IBEITLEY. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMPJ FS c RIPTIO : One copy. one year, ....- -3 0----- 0 Oun copy, six months................. 150 Sinuglecurts........ . ....... 10 Payable invariably in adlvance. ADVERTISING RATES: [A squarcis the space of ten lines Agate.] Space. I wk. 1 gm. 3 mos. 6 mon. 1 yr. I square.... $1 50 $3 00 $6 00 1 00 $15 00 2 squares... 2 50 5 00 9 00 15 00 25 00 4 squnre.... 4 00 8 00 15 00 25 00 35 00 j COlunm... 700 15 00 25 001 40 00 5000 1 colnuin... 12 00125 00 40 00 55 00 65 00 I column... 20 0040 00 50 0070 00100 00 Transient advertisements. $1 50 per square first insertion; 75 cents each subsequent insertion. All oflliei5l advertisementts $1 per square each inser...

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. — 1 February 1873

gon4amonbile d. O 'fioial boiamal of Parish of Asendon Offilial 3onraathanof e ratdoi+ e LXNDR WL , EDnIto ANI VPsbiOiZston. 1? ]W G. W pssir, p, rietor o0 the A0ee";t feues Pq t, is authorized to aci as Agent oft at or the purpose of so lI su and Advertisements and recei uagjint therefor. SCopi of the CthlE may always be had at te and at Witainson's News Depot, Do mwtle. Saturday, February .1, 1873. PAn.- The ladies of the Ascengion Episcopal Chtrch of this town will hold a fair at the D. S. C. B. Hall on the 12th and 13tlk mte., advertise ment of which wil be found in another column., hose who remember the splendid entertainment given at the Hall under the auspices of these ladies last year, will, we are confident, not only visit this fair, but persuade their friends to do likewise. A Colu i (0.) bootblack, having amassed a competence in his profes sion, has putchased a hand organ and retired to enjoy life. John Jones of Keokuk smoked the rats from between some false floors, and 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. — 1 February 1873

Offioein 4 OFFICIAL DI oRYF. - Parish of John A. Cheevels,. ::: ,ge John D. Cantey,. .Clerkof teCourt, Charlesk (eeks, e..."...e.seder, Frederick Fobb . .: (hriytiar Kline] Charler. F. Sm *th, Aaron Hill,... Dr. W M. ReGallad, - .lharles N. Lewis,.... Do1p LDSOa r1in CsEEP,. Ofile Journal. POLICE JURORS. Win. Kenner, Prejtcas henry Johnson, . ward Cantey, Alliveges Harrison, Hillard Wiee. SOCOOL BOARD. Pierre Lan"-jy, President, Rudolph Braud, Sec. and Treas. ,C. II. Hill, Charles F. Smith, James M. Bryan, Charles N. Lewis, Milton Morris, L. E. Bentley. Town of DonaldsonvilUe. Solomon Weinschenck,:..Mayor, Edw. N. Pugh.... ... .Attorney, W. G. &Vilkinson,.......Secretary, Christian Kline..........Treasurer, Frederick Fol'b.........Assessor, "Pierre Landry,...........Collectur, Linden E. Bentley,.......Printer, R. J. Duke,..............Wharf-Maskr, Robert Noel,...........Constable. ALDERMEN. Fredel ick Duffel, Jos. Burbridge,..lst Ward. Chas. F. Smith, N. M. Conway,....2,d ' Feli...

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. — 1 February 1873

ganaibs nlbillk EIief. THE PO R OOEBS. c..iaw 5a.$mw. BY BLANCHE RAYOXND. Could we know; in happy childhood, What the future years would bring, Would not our youngheart be saddened, And our lips refuse to sifgl Would not oft our merry laughter Die upon the summer air? And our tender brow be wrinkled By theitru thought of caret Conlil we know the many trials, SW'uing for as on the way, And the subtle, foul temptations got to lead ougfeet astray;tre Wouldiwe long Strive to draw the veil aside, That divides our heart from serrow, And a selfish world of pride? Could we see the shattered idols, And the buoyant hopes that fall, Just beyond the pale of childhood, Where so many lose their all I We would pause beforewe parted From our childhood's happy hqur; Grasp again the fading treasure. Ere it was beyond our powe*. Could we know how many falter On the thorny road to fame; RBeahing for the worthless bauble When obtained 'tin but a name; Would we graspethe years before us Visions that are ...

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. — 8 February 1873

d THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF ASCENSIO¶ AND TOWN OF DOMALDSONVILLE. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1873. I A Wide-AwakeRealefewupaper. Published .berg &aurdd4 Morning Donald on'vllIe, La., LINflUN E.'UENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMs o0 SJ$.SCBIPTIOK: - One espy, one y ..ss............$3 so Onq copy, six mo n.................. 1 50 Single copies,... : ..... ....- 10 SPapable invariably in advasece. ApD VY TISIf BARTES: [A square is the spaceof ten lines Agate.J Space. I wk. 1 mo. mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. Ssqtoaro.... 61 50 $3 0 6 00 04 15 00 2 squares... 250 5 0 900 5 00 25 00 4 squares..:.400 800 15 00 2500 35 00 jcoluimn... 7 ' 415 25 00 40 00 50 00 jcoumma... 1%00 25 40 55 00 05 00 1 column... _ 7*20 00 40 0 00 00 0000 Transient advertipmute. $1 50 per square first insestios.; 75 seats each subsequent insertion. All official advertlsements $1 per square each insertion., Comminicationu may be addressed simply CHIEF, Donaldsonville, La.,...

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. — 8 February 1873

aInafbsonbillt (Q~ief. Offoial Journal of Parish of Ascension. Official Jourial Town of D1onaldsonville. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, Enrrion AKn PROPRIETOR. I'S Xn* C W. of t ne5E m prop rietor of the Asoensioft EVewu iepot, is authorized to act as Agent oj the CHWar for, the purp)ose of so liiii 9uset ptlons andAd..ertisements and reeieitA9y ON CR* theref or. I V* Copdur of thae Onini' may alwayss be had at the Pos-Oftice and. at Wilkinson's Nees Depot, Donaldsonletle. Sat1urdky, February 8, 1873. We were rather mistaken in our opinion that the Congressional Com mittee on investigation of Louisiana affairs would complete its labors this week. It now seems probable that the investigation will not be brought to a close until near the end of the present session of Congress, so extended a range has the testimony taken and so volamnious does it promise to be. Two things we are. glad to record: 1st, the ppointment of Geo. W. Combs, as Tat Collector of the parishlofSt. John the Baptistby Gov. Kell...

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. — 8 February 1873

Office in Crescent Place. OFFICIAL DmtwITOSr. Parish o0 if n John A. Cheevers,.......P J , John P. Cantey ,.....lerf Court, 1 Charles Gecks.. .order, Frederick Pobb,.. ... $eeretary, Christian Kline,:.-.....Tre serer Charles F. 8paith,....... Collector, Aston Hill-------- : Dr. W. M. MeGalliard,.. `Jail Physician Charles N. Lewis,...... if Constable. DONALDSOnYVLLLCm'#ciat Journal, POLICO iUiORS. Wm. Kenmer, Presideat, Hlenry Johiabon, Edward Cantey, Alliveges Harrison, Hillary Rice. SCHOOL '%&ARD. Pierre Landry, President, Rodoiph Brand; See. °asi41reas. G. H.hI,H * Charles F. Smith; James M.-Bryan, Cberles N. Lewis, Milton Morris, L. E. Bentley. Town of Donaldo l . t Solomon Wpintchsdk,.. .Xayor, Edw. N. Puh ,...........Attorney, W. G. Wil.i.so.,Seeretary, Christian Kline .. .Tr1%aserv, F1derick'ThbiI::... ...As5e5so Pierre Landry;. . ....-Colleetnr, Linden E. Bentley-.---Printer, B. J. Duke,.-.:......... arfMaex, Robert Noel ...... ..ConstaAle. ALDERXEN. Frederick Dlaffel, Jo...

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. — 8 February 1873

p nalbasedble Qt'jief. -TH POET'S OOUUR Juadge Not To Maably. ay J. VICa. When you niect.With one suspected OIf son. secret deef of shame, And for this by all rejected -As s thing of sol fame. Guard t hn every look and actiofn. Speak no word of keartless blame; For the slanderer's vile dctraction Yet may soil thy goodly name. Whe you meet with one purning W the lost have ented in, g out hie own undoing With hie recklessness and sin, Think, if plaeed in his condition, Would a kind word be in vain4 Or a look of cold suspiclon Win thee back to truth again ? Them are spoke thant bear no flowers, Not because the soil is bad, But the summer'i gental showers Never mAke thir bosoms glad. Better have an act that's kindly Treated smeatimes with disdain, Than byjguding others blindly, Doom the innocent to pain. The cruel and the bitter word That wounded as it fell, The chilling want of sympathy We feel, but never tell. The hard repulse that chills the heart, 3Vhose hopes are bounding high, In ...

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. — 15 February 1873

THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. OFFItIAL, JOURNAL OF THE PARI~II OF ASCENSION AND TOWN OF DONAI)DSONVILLE. VOLUME 2. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1873. NUMBER 23. I l;.- I I[ mm- Jl •m i un• mm • nm u mI . p Amicus Humani Generis. A Wide-AwakeHiome Newspaper. JP'ublished Every Saturday Morning -AT Donaldsonville, La., -Br LINDDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERYS OF SUBSCRIPTION: O4no copy, one year,.....................$3 00 O(ne copy, six monthy,................ 1 50 Single copies, ... .................. 10 Payable invariably in advance. AD VERTISING RATES: [A square is the space of ten lines Agate.] Space. I wk. 1 mo. 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. .I square.... $1 50 £3 00 $6 00 $9 00 $15 00 squares..-. 2 [') 5 00 9 00 15 00 25 00 4 squares... 4 01 8 00 15 00 25 00 35 00 1clumnn... 7 00 1500 2500 4000 5000 } colunnn... 12 00 25 00 40 00 55 00 65 00 1 collunn... 20 00 40 00 50 00 70 00 100 00 Transient advertisements. $1 50 per square first insertion; 75 ceata each subsequen...

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. — 15 February 1873

Donalat nlilb k 141idf. Official Journal of Parish of Ascension. Offioial Journal Town of Donaldsonville. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 1 f Mt . W. 0. WILKInSOn, proprietor of thle Ageension Newt Depot, is authorized to act as Agent of dhe CHIEP for the purpose of so licititeg B Frptiptions atndl Advertisements and reeeiving payment therefor. SCopies of the CnEF:nmay always be had at the Post-Oflee and at Yilkcflson's News J)epot, DonJaldsonelle. Saturday, February 15, 1873. R. H. Chadbonrne, Esq., has been elected to the Senate from the Sixth District, beating his competitor, Hen. M. F. Smith, some 1500 votes. Hou. Gee. E. Bovee, State Seriator elect from this Sixth District, is ex pected to return from Washington in a day or two and take his seat in the Senate. Tie State Senate has selected a Board of Returning OLciers to can vass the returns of the special elec tions which have recently been heldc to fill vacancies in the Senate. Messrs. James Longstreet, John Lynch, ...

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. — 15 February 1873

ganabmsonbile u@idf. Office hi Crescent Place. OFFICIAL DIRECTOI. Y. Pariah of Ascension, John A. Cheeverp,........Parish Judge, John D. Cantey,.........Clerkofthe.Court, Charles leeks........... Recorder Frederick Fobb........... 8ecreta4, Christian Kline,..........Treasurer, Charles F. Smith,........Tax Collector, Dr. W. M. lMeGlllaa.&,.J h i n, Charles N. Lewis,. ......Chief Constahole. DoxALIDSONVCLLI Cama.,. 0ficial Journal. POLICE JURORS. Wmn. Kenner, President, Henry Johnson, Edward Cantey, Alliveges Harrison, Hillary Rice. SCHOOL BOARD. Pierre Landry, President .Rodolph Braud, Sec. anitrreas. G. HI. Hill, Charles F. Swr'th, James M. Bryan, Charles N. Leivis, Milton Morris, L. E. Bentley. Town of Donaldsonville. Solomon Weinsehenck,... Mayor, Edw. N. Push,...........Attoraey, W. G. Wilkminson,.......Secretary, Christian Kline,..........Treasurer, Frederick Fobb,......... 4t ssor, Pierre Landry,......... Co'l.cto.r, Linden E. Bentley,....... n uter. R. J. Duke,...............

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. — 15 February 1873

THE POET'S CORNER. There is No l)eath. BY LORD LYTTON. There is no death ! The stare go down TO rise upon sotne fairer shore, And bright in lieaven's jeweled crown They idhine forevermore. There is no death! The oust we tread Shall change beneath the summer showers, To golden grain or mellowed fruit, Or rainbow-tinted flowers. The granite rocks disorganize, And feed the hungry moss they bear; The forest trees drink dail.tSlife Frow out the viewless air. There is no death ! The leaves may fall, And flowers may fade and pass away; They only wait through wintry hours The coming of May-day. 'There is no death ! An angel form Walks o'er the earth with silent tread, And hears our best loved things away; And then we call thell " dead." lie leaves our heart all desolate, He plucks our fairest, sweetest flowers; Transplanted into bliss, they now Adorn immortal bowers. l'ito bird-like voice, whose joyous tones Make glad these scmnes of sin atnd strife, Now sings anl everlasting song Aroluti t...

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