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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 7 June 1873

THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. -THE OFFICiA.L JOUIRNAL /OF THE C(ORPORATIION OF IOPNALDSO.NILLE. VOLUME 2 DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATUlRIDAY, JUNE 7, 173. NUMBER 39. Amicnus Humani Generis. A Wl.e-wake Home Newspaper. p~blished Every Saturday Morning -AT Donaldsonville, La., -BY LIREiN" E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TNiRXS OF SUBRCHITPTION: dave copy, one year,......-r........... $3 00 f.kApy, six months,.................. 1 5) ,( gye ......... ................. 10 'JYaDble invariably in advance. dB.YEI'TISIWG A TES.: [A square i. the space of ten lines Agate.] space. I wk. 1 mo. 3 mos. 6 imos. i yr. lsquare.... $1 50 $3 00 $6 00 $9 00 $15 00 ,squares..-. 250 . 00 9 00 15 00 25 01) 4 squares... 4 00 8 0 15 00 2500 35 00 1 column... 7 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 50 0) # column... 1200 2500 40 00 5 00 65 00 etiollpp·.., 20 00 40 00 i, '0 70 o0 00100 Tr.ferat'advertisements, $1 50 per square first-insertior; 75 cents each subsequent insertiw. All fficial advertisements $1 per square each hinerti...

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 June 1873

nonnal snnbill !gidf, Three Dqilars jYear. pfcial Jqurnal Town of Dqnald4nvil. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Saturday, - June 7, 1873. Mr. E. C. Hancock, one of the edi tors of the New Orleans Herald, was assaulted and beaten by two unknown men a few nights since, but was for tunately nqt severely injured. The city press is unanimous in condemn ing the cowardly assault in the most unqualified terms. The Messrs. Hunsaker of St. James parish 'seem to have gotten ipto trouble all around. lion. 0. F. Hun saker, formerly Senator from this District and ox-President of the St. James Police Jury, has been discov ered to be in arrears to the parish $1800, which amount be has just paid into tl}e treasury in satisfaction of the claim. UXr. D. S. Hunsker, ex-Tax Collector of St. James, is also in ar rears some $1400, and rwe under stand that be has prqmised to make the deficiency good. And finally, Hon. J. W. Hunsaker, ex-Parish Judge and ex-Presiden of the School Board, has been ar...

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 June 1873

of'1Lt,1oil&1t11 1 1 1 cf. Owtie in CEcscept f'lae. OFFICIAL DIRIECTORY. Fourth Judicial District. fComp.ising the parishes of Ascension. St. Ja'mes, St. John the lBaptist and St. Charles.] District Judge,........... Othello J. Flagg, pistrict Attorney, ......Morris Marl s. Seventh Senatorial District. jCowiprising the parishes of Ascension and St. James.] tate Senator,............ George E. Bovce. Parish of Ascension. Representative, ...........Pierre Lnndry, " ...........Charles N. Lewis, Parish Judge..............John A. Clheevers, Parish Attorl'ey,.......... Frederick I)uffel, (Clerk of Ihe Court,-.....o... ohn D. Cantey, Recorder ............... Charles (ereks. Secretary ...............Frederick Fuieb, Treasurer,................Christian Kline, Tax C(ollector,...........L. E. Bentley, Sheriff,....... ........... Aaron ill, lail'llhysicialm.........W.._. I. MMc(alliard, ijflicial .ournal,..........Ascension Leader. Potr.I'i JI.r Rou+.--Win. Kenner, President ; Allivegegs HIa...

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 June 1873

THE POET'S CORNER, June. l' Give me a month." said the summer, DonUadliphg of uapture is boon, 4' That I1 make surly winter forgottch, Andlme with all sweet things in tuei I "' The skies must he blueh--tlhe sunO golden Love must light the white lamp of tile moon.' The greaotmother smiled, and shelkissed her, And the smile and the kiss were--Juno! Sleeping in Church. ()'er their devoted heads While the law tholider'd, Snugly and heedlessly Snored the six hundred. Great was the preachur's theme; Screw'd on was all the stuam ; Neither with shout nor scremll Could he disturb the dream Of the six hundred. Terrors to the right of thelm, Terrors to the left of thleIt, Terrors in frolt of them - Hlell itsulf pluqdOerted Of its nmost awful tlillgs. Weak-minded prelaecl r lilngs At the dclshlfounded. Boldly he spoke aIt well: All on deaf ears it fell; Vain was his lmnul.st yell Volley'd and thundl'ul : For caring-the truth to tell - Neither ifor heaven nr hell. Sllored the six hunhdred. Still...

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 June 1873

THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. A WlIDR.AWA.XrE OME NIEWlPAPIE--BU.<uMulRIPTION PRICE, THREE DOLLA 18 PER ANNUM. VOLUME 2. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATUiDAY, JUNE 14, 1873. NUMBER 40. . -.. .. .nM JntE R 40. Animson I nlasa( Oreerg, Published Every Saturday Miorninqg -AT Doualdsonville, La., BYs alI DET E. BENTLEY, £)ITIOR AND PROPRIETOR. TXFM1 . OF IUBSC1RIPTION: Silne coi. (Po-, .r y~ 1, .................... $3 0 , lne O Ipy.riP i mInthat.................... I V( Single c,'pit . . .................. I1 'ayable ivll Viably in advinole. A N H' TI '8. il RATES: A square ia the spºee flitten lines Agate.] 4Space. (wk, I me. 3amo..l lnlom."I yr. SuaIl.r'..... $1 50 13 00 so 00 $9 001 $15 1(i :'squtres... ' 50 5 00 9 5 00I 25 00 4 squared... 4 00 8 00 15 00 2500 35 0( ](ilulmn,.. 7 00 15 01 25 00 40 00 50 00 oolu1n.,. 12 00 25 00 40 00 55 005 5 00 Solulntl... 20 00 40 00 50 00 70 00 100 0(1 T'rannielt advertiiseents, $,1 50 per Aquare flB.it insertion; 75 cents each sunhsequent inrertion. All ...

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 June 1873

aonailbsanbille 8 bif, Published very Oattitday, ýubscri _on Prie, 1` 1 olla . . Y LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Saturday, " June 14, 1873. The captured Modocs ore to be sired by sert-martial. St.iell, the murderer of Fisk, has been granted a new trial by the New York Court of Appeals. The Red Riper 'Year reports two ogecideas and one suicide in Natchi t.ches parish last week. The Lake R&publica of Carroll par Mh is one of the lirest country journals upon our aSchange list, while the Crescew s ity leads our city exchanges in spice and vim. Wu regret to lorn tuast lion. Mor timer F. Smith has been compelled to rBsi the position of Deputy Collec tor Internal Revenue of this district ao ,gcwount of ill health, Mr. Norman Whitney, a promiuent ~w Orleans merchant, has been ar rested, charged with the crime of arson ij setting fire to his own store. Much credit is awarded the Metropol itan detectives by the city press for the manner in whiclh the case was ' worked up," The...

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 June 1873

Oflice in Crescent 'lace. OFFICIA1L DtIId.CTOro . Fourth Judicial District (Comnprisinf the parishes of Aseension, St. James. st. John the Baptist and St. Charles.] District Judge,...........Othello J. Flagg, District attorney,....... Morris Marks. Seventh Senatorial District. [Comprising the parishes of Ascension and St. James.] }eta't Senator, ............ eorge E. Boyce. Parish of IAsoenion epresentative, ........... Pierre Landry, " ...........Charles N. Lewis, Parish Judge,.... ....... John A. Cheevera, P'arish Attorney.... .... Frederick I)Dffel, Clerk of the Court,.......John D. Cantoy, .Iorder, .................Charles odeks. e,.retrary ................ Frederick Fohbl, Treasurer................Christian Kline, Tax ('olletor............ . E. Beatley, llhoril .......- -............Aaon Mh • Jail i'h vlsieian............ W. . McOalliarlit, Olticial Journal,.......... Ascension Leader. Pou.icn J.I!ROR.s.-Wm. Kehtter, Presidleat Alliveg's lHarrisn, Edward Cantey, Hillary iRice, ...

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 June 1873

1!o dub0 il e L Li .icf . I Three Dollars a Your. THE POET'S OQRNER, Anfu ey,l aid Cleopatra. I am d yig, Egypt dying, Ebbs the cripn.aw life tide farst, Abed the dark Plutonian shadows 4ather on the evening bhlat ; Let tbipe arms, 4) Queen, supplort uIe, uish thy aoha apd how thiine iiir. Hearken to the great heart ecerets, Thoue, and thou alone, must hear. Though my soarred and veteran legions leoar their eagles high no more. And imy wrecked and s ,attered gafliys Strew dark Actiuni'a total shore. Though no glitterillg guards surroundil Ice, 4frwnpt to do tlheir umleter's will, I miust iprish like a |imnaln, ioe the groat Triumnvir still. Let not Cesa~r's servi'le linionsli, Mock the lion thus laid low; 'TwM no focmaln' s hallnd thal slw hilm, 'Twas his own that struck the 1. ear, the, pillowed on thy bolom, rr his star fades quite away, Him who, drunk with thy eiresses, Madly throw i world allay I I$hould the aiis.e pitheiarin rihllle )are assail lmy fIamle lit (Ro01e,. Where the...

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 June 1873

TD DON ALDSONVILLE CH. A , WItEAWAKE li@MiE E PA I.ulmcMmfPTI CF, T'nEE DOLLARM PER AX'I UX. . VOLUME . DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1873 " 4 3 u.R...#l UT3.T- .* la Tqurs.O fI at l. I 1 W All *:*: u 81 4 5 65. 5 A egsrel 1~ bumpesee pe!equee each aer tesi. t.es." ar. hpet itor aid- prop I o3 per n a ry. Fa~siuto tnm tie ~ade of th. ladies buse-bali clib are labelled "poison," they are ch a striet nine. .....t as the editof a Oo patent.. ins'ier sneceeded in working up a ice suberiptio t be paid for in hoop-ole he mtnded . la h.paper for a hg dogl with an lower teeth. BAetter to ar a $lre deses with o atluna i be re for, than to owe tfor the -ost The code d nen .tebe la mueh favor with edmltts oss 1Dl s..e of them the sther ds i e. sa by he ad t him do a ad pat off his ar. And still the chap ir dis iftor altn they sare so much an Betior tou sd.amsadr iee th ioyed ak rem d fle that sprinkle ofgdn sa tea, ater Mr. Qelehaattnobe, an Apache sa~-em, recently commenced his pro ...

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 June 1873

Pablished E pubscription Price, Three char, a ear. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, ADh.Oi. 4jD I'PROPRIETOR, S;kdA 0Jarbe a 1, 1875. ThepM # q fp t 9 edi tor kl 44h aentch week hak d - layes t~i4 f tC p ~t ent number of the O 0 pr seveiml 4ay*, for which unavIbjq c.rnistatgw we beg the indulge~ f ofr~i' edaere: So rnu-er oi Aisperess e ~Ie Auties, whiahl FeprPeU ig us f1P t t, p ft e 4jd it in.speitbie to prement tue paper to i bo ..tttrnae r gularly upon the, prop y of ºptibItiatr, nor shah webe.býl . do this iuless the nje hbaniA4l l.4 ieeeasary to the iste ante ftmbl.vuIv be greatly reduced. In order to. iccompiish this desired objbt mwe have bees thinking serious ly of adopting the " patent outside" sy $-. Id very probably in a few weeks .dmbtllmdly conclude to do so, Thq.i gP g this system here tofor.t.ilA ng a° premifim on for eign iw$dhiag dpi drisacoraging homo la&,er, i jhtitiee to oirselves and our patusmoewaIsal perhaps be forced to act ,ia cor ivelItion of our pre vious view .And...

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 June 1873

r- 1 4-XM# s 4 n and t. Gha~esal a4ýT, " : ..lkt ~as`11Csrks 9vemk Smaptorial District. ··~i~~1~ 8a~a ~ ippee ,B ~j~.' ~ss~ht ~riio Asi ssilsi~m M .Jita,,..,, ......Jh A. Chewvers, Parish Attismu liv... ..Fa tedeek Duffel, 1(, 1 Nsaý#, ~. r. ...John D. Cmy r . .... .... erick Fobb, 1,. b. Basm~ey, 'Mic Hill, i Journal,..c------ Aeesioa hea der. a Juaou .-Wm. fieraer, President, eeHari'in, rward Ca tey, Uillary .Toha Johnsoa.. .'Daiz OF SOvOOL Duacsoaa.--Pierre j y, President ; 5dolth Brand, Score gw a*d Treasurer, .. H.1 ill, Charles N. 1 awk Jacob Warner, Jacsoaca Starks, 1,. E. Bentley. .rUR..-...Ilii. ". M " " uChwJYWD,-.1  Aý._.. ý.....;..Edw NP. Rtth, no4..-........ ».. ý.a... .td ta tirenaurer.......... £1n44Ani kline, ~ -·- 4u-~-~c.;. iAug.Bereegeny, primr, p - . ......... Morris Marks. Whar-Materr....... .J.. B Duke, e eests0.; ....Louis Lefort, BOARD OF ALDESMEN. Ant. Bod iJe, Jos. uzubribe.... lot Ward. 1 S. Weinachouck, C. Martin. Sr....2 .M.U.4k,°Jeapb Johxuaom. .,3rd Tý...

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 June 1873

P Torq Do lk iitf. Jws.- Th I rmee dlsa Ie ors .· . ui. .ey And i .stue s borI O U r .nu er's done; And ~2~l. JUase t se, ve ne, Ahb 1W ea.Mar.nt rw, Slve .. .hear and gPain, 'That a M take away (il I s bips. ewise. IT lire b tham old tasel wr t 'vm g Therer koy dar.g, Ala. LI s ernot know, ileas bsCtween as lying Eu. vtltn wmst0 a odd, kertlrike a baby acrying B I t. a er priue, Remembellag that old time, Th h ys aige it, darling, Wh v ro oin e time i LOxeah t ow. Tbel ay Ls l ending, e rad is droendng, 'o'he to w eun, The river is dead. Tyhgh clouds like ashes Ti ired sun dashesn c aa. ndowa T anottmie red. v The snor rerrm ranoek the io-mnm to feneck, b Mark no losger The road o er the plain. While through the seadows, W4kee 1fl ma oulows, A fntral trai. The bell is pealing, And every in To the dismal knell. Shadows are trai ; M hemat Ibew ke aaeal bell. An Ii Zh las wrne to her lover, egging5 lim to send iter sone money. .he dd, t by way of postacrlpt; "I am a of the rauest I ha...

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 June 1873

THALKWALDSONVILLE LUTIEL.JE1 wason rI' RICE, TIERyEL JNPLLA3S R! AlIRSJ. voLUE 2. I OALJDkONVILE, LA.. BATURDAY. JUNE 28, 1873.dJ Amtions~a gmani s. ftbýiked R Saw trdiy Vfvmag D-al arw lL t/ ItDE ft E. A (f4TlE V, FI~vTORt AND) i'ttOPR TOlto1. THRMB OF N UB5ORIPTIOff: g.e pyoney ,eI..,... ...... $3 00 ,!nsoopy, six x mn a I................ 1 50 W 1aple ... ........... ...,,... 10 Puy loavariab~ly mn advance. AD VE BTIMING BA TBS; [A square is the space of ten lines Agate.] space. I1 wt. I ai. m te. . d nem. I yr. , square- $1 0 t $i o y ngared. .. j "O5 $00 09 Ibe 26*000 Aaqts 4 8 16 00 2 35 ITO &t clhtII)... 4 `r 5i5 v on l 5i0 o .M *1 2 21 *. 0Ou'm 85 Bo `2Us o t 00 40 ( 00 70 00 oo 0o riet advertisents, $1 50 s sotgrpssmnan .1. RIo. 7 os of Alabama hailAevtehis I nthec$ pay to the poor "What are you doing for e s" aske a ealous cleg yman of a Wasb - .dIme mtuch. I isn on toh e pooredl ,now.', A Memphis jury, having con virted a man of murdeta, now finds that the supposed mur...

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 June 1873

PublishLad LIID3I U. 3lull TY, Eanron AND PaOcrINOR. ___ l s S e aS, 1078. The aguiar Iw sqpnad amongst the cottet ops of iusalseippl. If yes atg a good sewing Machiae go to Mxrbrasel's aa buy the Gro. vS & alker. lea lBstte 1s regarded as having the ieu.d tratk for the Republican isat risl - nomuation in Mass We have ie.n notified by several enehagee that after the frst of July we will have to pay their poste; of ceese they ase empected to return the eomplimemt. Hiram Powers, the most noted of Ameriea aculptors, has just died in Florease. The "Greek Slave" by hia is one of the finest works of art in ezsatence. The last great work of national art that he executed was the statte of Paukite now in Lafayette Squwe. New eiOleans. In do ease of the State of Loulala a as. Cohen and Railey, charged with otsmap to masenaste Gov. Wellogg, the *ey has rendered a verdict of "not guilty on any of the counts." The verdict was read, and the pris oners discharged on Friday morning about eleven...

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 June 1873

. PWMr4*. r ~1I. rte. fýium 0A0D or A~omEx. ý ý ve ifew O wirn Mmh hie t jit diop Uoe dqwAds m.4 - _ Tib sefts of Mayor Smith has d 4A011, ilt to the bosoms a nf* *0 jhu who were 0 okmw wrtsg a tW' town warrants. to l. eatibiet' KaLte made an effort to atmme1tuk tihe wharf building with a her staging when dise landed here last C Neaday, but we are glad to say her a success was only partial. District Judge Flagg was in town yesterday and paid us a visit. The i .lIdge -Wks *eaty depart upon an Northetn tour to while away a few c weeks of t pt *1 n F Vag 4 siwg f esm of our t leading merchants like the ancient r Hebrew Cb m se they are the chftdSbulIsrael. Weihave no doubt they will make their marks in the wesld. L amAM stealbeat with a cargo of I lupb* nl.4ed at this place in front , of the wehthedgepart of the week, d and after lyiag at anchor for several days loft mr parts unknown. We are a usable to state whether she disposed a of any of herseaiW. . We arepleased to announce that (...

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 June 1873

T'hree Dollars, a Xepr. POETS QQI0 T- e Twe Armies.. st 0. W. woLXaES. As lifa'* l olttml, pos. a ' ao h hosts age aqea a t me pled shores © 9 iem' tba fdrwB-baest's roll. ] The wide-np l laritt'e bray, And beare asn a crimson scroll, "Ot ýA+ery is to slay." One ait ai ,.t) ream ;& rftupt ~sabers shins, No bloo4 gqed petuons wave' 1ts bagr bears the sin le line, C "* Oor dn is to save.' -'si theseap death bed's lingering shade; At floapr's trumpet call. With knitted brow and lifted blade, In glory's arms they fall. 'or these no flashing falchions bright, No stirring battle cry; The bloodless stabber calls by might Each answers, "lere am 1!" For these the eculpto;'s laureled bunt, The builder's marble piles, The anthems pealing o'er their dast, Through long cathedral aisles. For these the blossom-sprinkled turf, That floods the lonely graves, When spring rolls in her sea-green surf In flowery foaming waves. Two pathsa lead upward from below, And angels wait above, Who count each ...

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. — 5 July 1873

E DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. A WI3r.AWAekE HORE NEWuPAPERI..UPWjMRIPTIOpn PRICE, TRREE DOLLARM PER ANNUW. VOLUmE i. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 5, 18731. NU~&AS : .."-~ J -, . .• Ji I r Ii km~ra [] lll-m'l II--m "! l--n] -- ,,. -,v---umm IIIN-lu"I -- - ! nlmuul mm inl- nn* nI -n nm n n un In, ·eu ! unn! ~lm m n unnn n e m . n~l N~il F" ýid 9* ý ice., raiS*UR3i ".. R31ZTLL'V, rW5 4W ,itfBll9IIPTIO. : Na.)m smW, º.. . ............... 1 50 Wail. OWSOMIP& ..........,...... 10 A'B IA TES:blh~~ge~ "(Abjuars biS mS `lit 3mlSAgabte.J OPeSO." iwb L. f las.yr. 11 It 5II U -NO O' 0v. qe5 (3 *celina- N- "f 35 600 3sm 90 48 T 7 ainaS 5S m1 MPar square All.Bap anetirsmeaerts$per square each The beet ahieir in the Priteeton, i., high schoe., is a Cehesgirl. NPYr9·gly se is a. id to be better tho )Sume t~Oaladi a ire, because yes .o.r rw what elk you. A f.t d al mis todsIiver thbe New TO&P papes i Phtladelphia everymy muus at ksstbst time. A besutiM b Ma schl girl,_ th. yra eM sad * ...

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. — 5 July 1873

The flirhned sa y; "As 1 te the hrge of embezzlem~A against pI..y---,wO ay bosh!l 44d you havsvcrtin e right, ried Ba Stllpg th.ptt toutside sys a pot 80 it y og man.u-Obs #l R. , P14 .oset It46 ek asbatl hbold in New t ek .l.y, Albmt Garnipr carried off the ftqiljre, Cylle Dion the second, awl 1mons. U1bassy the t14r4. i"ciea1Taime. corrects the aB imeid of the CHIEP that it s ;lost l) oantrpct for the parish print inu, ;ght says it nevr had a printinting setnt. Thep the presumption cer taii~r is that we uade a slight mis take, though it did not at 411 affect the argument ;u wljich the statement was used. Postage will be prepaid upon all copies of the CHIEF sePt in exchange tajour. a.4hatl ive adopted the same rune. To those journals upon which we sre con4pelledt to pay postage we shall segd the Cuir without prepay a ,in sp.thlp daily papers and stch weeklies ;e iarper's, Leslies and others in whose favor we make spe eialeaieption. NEWSPAPER CHANGES.-Th. e Bra shear Noe has been en...

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. — 5 July 1873

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Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 5 July 1873

Scry, "Mus tut lolill'I M8e ay Q~a~~ CI~I~PI: of the Sou cat yo be mine t A &i i irh to knrow : __ WNnsows 70S, sl 13 -ho ifthve Bw ~ib~~~iMat Sqdio, LoYl~o .ig-o wbemnwtr Q~a~I~ L ow [ m~ ad4 em Granges. [PR ees * jOmdbYI '%nee.l 4eo e ° onalis Illinos, lowas pa other Western States this sam -, e bure s been a new and powerdl ltty orgaiszed-a waking pp of the tsas aid la Iborig men to dawn the monopolies that have sotbe A. te. At the out wai. . ti r the railroad , Vbose exhorblitant mprice the agrientural w "nsest--"making," ae toa leald paper, "one quart Mstm Beston worth coE aIn tde barn." v oeet took a scope, and now Include in a sweeping de iniasehtis mesay of the "irregulari ties' ,Iit~Ue geowfn . under ltep tt rpibrl acu d corruption. The pl form on which the Granges went nto ete late campaign is as fol lows: . This orgnita zat is opposed to raia. sais, tarif steals, salary gra , -ank steals, and every ther of 'thievlng by arich the ro1.e9g. t le. li fruits of their labor...

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