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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 12 July 1873

,1 ' D*~tAY, JULY 12, ,1873.,,` 44 071 1'' wap` .` ýh head.xu -. obev thi brass O ri l7 m x,: .4~ s r oy n reete boooi n of it heo frema 's po r. pip was dicbe;s wasothe The. frecen thyinwbohe it had ? ear ian Hof a paw in - eat a ai gan e C h' pesaa Ste pro A.esdhbrgeoin ,ptarts w;t4 cryd~~ th. Anilia of dogs~ in ori~ kanit yobsmaorve their braisc-worb. If he h ae cbn make good watch A boy in the book-room of the Cotm monesJA office in Topeka loaded the foremsan's pipe with powder. TIl pipe was discharged; so was the bog. The fi~eara thinksr be wiR Atimate ly recover 06 ase of one eye. Au enduene asys: ',f When you see a bad-ewaded m4an MLowp a cow throqa the ileas gate, a341 hMing the air wdgarsu impism.Uae# pro bageyp~ts~ have been let out."aacb Therý are cases in which a man would be ashamed n.t to have been imposed up.e. There is a confidence necessary to human integcourse, and without which seen. te often more injured by their own suspiciton than they could beby the per of oth...

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. — 12 July 1873

>e. n 3Vrou MD ?uorumETo . ,ees . iively 1 re tile petfor o"d pivl~td -ie our Louiulaa ex portigs of the Btate w1d with an epidemic U3 a s~ a Collector. a w ber ito a btel,. and e 'and&ker'. apprentice. oa of aft was not comn gp her was a man of some ae th~irty fears of, age. l assiste in parsan 1 the- kindness and otGeo s Peabody. h series of tace #teAsartisles regarding the indictment i ea ft~ paper for alleged ep4UaYavoiag to was ho dpib u it, will await the seusethls the fact of the 'ad an p aes - . is upon the u is atterly iam e t l nor Whther the Mar 40 O oetIts expressed 4.. ' Weadam ase ssa les the mnn Rhett-Cooley duel by "I conatry Indlicates that 4 the ae is against as sad demands that sateig devotees shal be for .l Infraations if ]fi ib t fe~ eaei ats a ~i~as mnod W4e his satr ill b ef a dricb earned a cell *t aspplication p ese. It is rumored !4 l ,'2 d d Misslsaippi has º.r jaIsiM fr XLhett, and ~v Iis In hiding, en d**1latape toe vengeance of 1~ebgpd fow, rab. ...

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. — 12 July 1873

err -sow .T..ere4.d Kline, J.nIt iua Km. .. ........... Aa . at 12£U ýstte ldw a .bi 2:30 P. 1L; aRewQx tat6:30P. X a Faro" --At i a . Bl i miilsewy W S'he . of th e t unnity is > " mm .$yIý.s ;are sad. c Ai8fe S V r epidemic is I W n eyped toewive thdhr geed r The westher ~ bpeq 1lightful, feveraapagIons~f bo pariah, but aý aain is Deeded for the crops.__________ 4oi6water is good to take in these w es, and thlse are several tiI* IN oer town where.a first-class aiclet ,Me refreshing beverage can be obt.fined for a sandl peeotfiary anMt PaOFrOa & GAMBLE' EXTRA )L*M SOAP is becoming very op4n tir towy~ Its qiplity, we .eiO and being nicely av S ot 4 pe that .smmutrs 'r it, and thatt6 has a Hon. T. t R afl, sienO1r of Con 6 D visite , town A week "44 as warmly C e y s 7s s friends here. paid faie Cnus 01 *bonor of &uu& u. pIpleigb ager and , as rb. easder .Te pub M U bwho are jeb tht d'a ao 'lbor. D s tStat r1 bm* .xe. Wh thee "s tks are wlha r sýwal.y uies fw t' as* ae...

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. — 12 July 1873

ins ore we 1t an e'b ...well as the m~int which, as l z ly B the to* '` the.. a Maraed et,soogaa S ¢ ialomnee ai w.,&of which has to t- grra& dim. p of~ puleir govern h Oer: n votesr ini Stl fit, the rem- w b~ a pa lbe. remot ocher }aad ns coltionail. an p lawful mebd, and without revolu- f #_ war. m-t4 Judge wsn, of -tso fr backas tb "oriS i d o very mper~n if te`; peot ebe flot~rantin. e Fora* g pople Wanting o ther.io remedy." t fly ULTIA2TUx. this. most intmieate less would nethe be would we 4to omit a notice-of th hwsbeen made, to the the resent dissen tios aM digA the people of I Hight *eallayed bythe on of the.K v.= res ºpoong a new tion a, cpttin all queep o c ~ 4irect voic . the a S eTo us so tar fr idie .cSitf acatbo, and i n of tho ýisuperabIe diS isms %iuC to such r althe DAu qw aganimou.amdi patri otic . If it weae at )1practicable on the 1 of so much intense and -ig 11 . 1 W ' a t e r e v i t i l a n we 4y all meansas as of the which it is per- d mittse n times...

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. — 19 July 1873

THE DONALDSON VILLE CHIE A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME II. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1873. NUMBER 45. Miscellaneous Selections. A TRUE INCIDENT. ge Y LUCT H. HOOPER. waldnnh long tad babyw-vRice All night long the mother paced Wearily to and frp* Striving to woo to thosedinf eyes fealth-giving slumbersdeep; strivig toay vh ultt'iogt fe SWitlihuesvenIl balali of sleep. Three nights have 'Es~d.the fourth has some, 0 weary, weary feet! But still the pain- wgun~ Ceaseless moan Breaks from the bebyr beast, And till the~ h Yeate~otlie The sufftitigu hi to rest. Co, atthenddor q tor ms Stand5~ttdifl ' ;?atan4 vast! Over that brssi~bow'evsey itorm Life's clonds csaa avid lha ~assed. Those features of heroic mold Can waken awe or fear" Those eyes have known thello's scowl, The maniac glare cf Lear. The deep, hU1 voice, whose tones can aweep In thunder to the ear, Has learned.st1ch softness that the babe Can only simile to hear. ...

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. — 19 July 1873

uan albs nt ilk (tiljidf. Published Every Saturday. "AMICUS HUMANI GENERLS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOL TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One sopy, one year,....................$3 00 One copy, six months,.................. 150 Mingle cpe,..:... .................... 10 i ayeable invariably in advance. AD BTEETISING Tr8: The following scale of rites, less twenty per cent agent's commission will be strict adhered to in all contracts with foreign vertiulag agn ts, payments to be made quar tarly, in advance, and in cash: (312 esne typo constitute a square.] IQUASa. I mo. 2 mos. 3 mos. mos. 1 year l aquare... 3 7 $ 650 $ 750 $12 00 $20 00 2Squaree.. 750 1200 1500 2200 3200 3aquares.. 1000 1500 2200 3300 4200 4 squares.. 15 00 22200 3000 450O 55 00 Saquares.. 18 08198 37 0 5600 6600 Saquases.. . 00' 33 45 00 16600 7600 7 squares.. 26 390 52 00 78 88 00 $ aqres.. 30 45 00160 90 10000 l6qagues.. 37 56 01 75 00112 00125 00 16saquasm.. 56 84 00100 00125 00175 00 le equares. 75 112 00125 001...

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. — 19 July 1873

Office in Creseent Place. Subscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL DIUECTORY. Fourth JadIeIal Distiiot. Jan^ lkeparhheio B ~Aeml, Se pistrict Jadse,...... ....Othello J. Flgg, Distriet Atememey,......X..orris Marks. Seventh Seastorial Distriot. [Comprising the parshes of Asceasion and St. James.] State Sesater .............eorge B. a vee. Pariah of Ascension. Representative........... Pierre Landry, ...........Charles N. Lewis, Parish Judge,..... ...-Jodla A. Cheevers, Parish Attorney,.........-Frederick Duffel, Clerk of the Court,......John D. Cantey, Recorder, ................Charles Gecks. Secretary, ................Frederick Fobb, Treasurer ................Christian Kline, Tax Collector,...........L. E. Bentley, Sheriff .....-----.........Aaron Hill, Jail Physician,............W. M. McGalliard, Official Journal,..........Ascension Leader. POLICE JuRoaa.-Henry Cook, President; Felix Reynaud, Edward Cantey, Hillary Rice, Henry Heyman. BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORs.-Pierre La...

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. — 19 July 1873

GENERAL ITEMS. THU old story-History. THE great works of the day-Fireworks. krt tie of peas, prepare for more. MOTTO for insurance companies-" Soc et u em." a to keep a hotel-Never part with it i 7 1 hier when the head is off?-. '1' P 4low.* A 4 s head on broad shoulders-John ld e'ekead on young shoulders-Uncle Sam. Whepci on old shoulders-John kt of the latest war news from to be Dutch maddt r. women are made from the 'al-babies. u r a captain in his heaviest attire? 6ishe wears his ship. ACuxL trip can be had, this hot weath er, by crossing the Andes. A swocnreo sight-Farmers gathering their sheaves of grain. THERE are cottages in Newport that cost as high as $300,000. LADIES who wish for heartsease shouldn't marigold. THU cook-oo is supposed to make the birds'-nest pudding. GOOD RuLE FOR JULY-Never strike a bed when it's down. AMERICEs; gills are said to expose the biggest braids at the Vienna Exposition. WHAT GOES MOST AGAINST A FARMER'S GRAIN ?-His reaping machine. AT what seas...

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. — 26 July 1873

19,li £tý r -l}L' # º } li N~5Pr;K:ý ý' , . vr 'v. ___~ W4d94wil M41WS Ewpipe laSbino.1pUoeu &'e, Three Do.U v. per Annuml. ý ý fS I LA., SA 'WR)A'Y, JULY 26,' 1873. __NUMBER 4~i PARSON 'JAT b j SPRING FIELI1 . IV. .7. B , BURT IIlRTJ, Here'the epot. Took around. you, Above on Jar the lreoians enoamped. By'iat ehutch bit the right, , dno4wI iefdt nitl~aey farners. And here ith a wal l ?itati4e r ¶1iw ( i'f'ee pt, `Waters runt, flowers Mley Pretty much as they did ninety-three years ago. Wo tli) re( h irtf i¶ gy . one mpnm4;, of Caldwell, the parqoa, wh.o once preached the word Dawn s prinksi4 ? What, ¶ry dwtait-Ut's hrl: why, he hal All tsa .Terseyb aflasel! 'And theyt'*ve butt the of the Trebel high priest." jie stuck in their "enre. For hE loved-tbe Lord God-aid he hated King George! He hart sen, %u w itight say' When thM WeA absnt that du , Msel#,an With t hanen ,thaey tapod on At 0 "V mita," 'vhere his wife wlthla child in hot atars. ,Atalone in the house. How it' happened t...

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. — 26 July 1873

ýganits onbilk Qicf. Published Every Ilatarday. "AMICUS HUMANI GENERIS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year....................$3 00 Use copy, six moaths................. 1 50 l~ulc eyablo invariably In Ulvsace. "l ADVERTISING RATES: The followla scale of rate, less twenty per deat eta eemugaIsoa wil he strikt adheged to in all iontrarie with foreign nd vertisuig aseats, payments to be made quar terly, IS salvance, and Ins cash : [312 me type constitute a square]. SquAsas. I me. moa. 3 mos. 6 moe. 1 year I square... 3 7 6 07 $750$12 $2000 2 squaesm.. 7 12 150 0 2 20 00 3 sqaares.. 10 15 22 00 33 00 42 00 4 sqasres.. 15 210 30 00 45 5600 5 squaree.. 18 20 37 0 56 6600 Isquares.. 20 33 t4 616 7600 7 squareas.. 26 39 5200 78 8800 U squares.. 30 45 60 90 10000 O squares.. 37 0 56 75 0 112 12500 l5squares.. 56 00 84 1000 125 17500 SI aquares.. 75 0 112 125 00 175 27.i 00 Tranaient advertisements $1 50 per square Srat Insertion; each subseq...

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. — 26 July 1873

gonalkonbilk ut Otiee in Creseent Place. Suhbcription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL DI1RECTORfY. Fourth JuIdul District. Corsrirn sthe parishes of Ascension St. JmsSt o the Baptist and St. Charies.] pistrdit Judge,........... Othello A. Flagg, Distriet Attoracy,,........Morris Marks. Seysnib ismaterial District. [Comprising the parishes of Ascension am at. James.J state Senator,............ George E. Dovee. Parish of Asoseadi. Representative, ... Pliege dr, .Chavlss N. Lewis, parish Judge ............John A. Cheevers, Parish Attorney..........redeSek Duffel, Clerk of the Court.......John D. Cantey, Recorder................Charles Geeks, Secretary ..............Frederiek t'obb, Treasurer ................Christian Kline, Tax Collector,............L. E. Bentley, Sheriff...............Aaron Hill, Jail Physician.............W. M. MeGalliard, Odficial Journal...........Ascension Leader. POLCE Juaoas.-Henry Cook, President; Felix Reynand. Edward Cantey, Hillary Rtie, Henry Heyman. ...

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. — 26 July 1873

GENERAL ITEMS. BUST size for a man-Exercise. Tax milkman's watering place-The pump. Tvpnccrrnous animals - Those who haven't a scent. THE noisiest body of water-A sound. Godn wine needs no push. low' to keep up in the world-Never get down. Tia lawyer's best case-The case in hand. A GOOD side-show at ladies' fairs-A pretty cheek. A BAD. eane for a cripple-A hurricane. Ous p resent rel atons with Turkey will prabaflI~ not be hanged until next Tbanksglvln, How M be always even with the world -Keep your head level. WHAT a drug clerk knows about farm ing may be found in a pharmacopcea. AN English lady learning to spell wants to know if there's a he In love. COULD a temperance oration be called a water-spout? THE best thing about gamblers and thieves is, that they despise each other. As a general rule in this world, the longer a man lives, the shorter he gets. THa complaint of the flowers-It's a hill wind that blows no good. A GREAT American Bird-The weath ercock (or if you prefer it, roo...

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. — 2 August 1873

THE &NALDSONVILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. " VOL. II, DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1873. NO. 47. %iscelianeous Selections, TlE WIND AND T.#Z MOON. at 03o03 MAcDowANLD. $mthe Wind to the Moon, "I will blow you out; You stare In the air Like a ghost in a chair, Always looking what I am about hesel to be watched; I'll blow you out." vDe Wind blew hard, and out went the Moon, On a heatp 01 cludless sleep, powa lay the Wind, and eltumbered soon gliatering low, "I've done for that Moon." Be turned in his bed ; she was there again I 0A high In the sy With her ghost eye, te loon shone white and alive and plain; gsid the Wind, I'll blow you out again." he Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim : a' With myaedge, And my wedge, I have knocked off her edge I HI only I blow right fierce and grim, The creature will soon be dimmer than dim.", go blew and be blew, and she thinned to a thread : " Oe puff More's enough Po blow her ...

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. — 2 August 1873

g unalbsonbilktQtitf. Fe'ablisha# Every Saturday. "f AMIC5S HUMANI G1I J9JIS." LINDEN E. ENITLEY, EDITOR ALID PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSURIPTION: One copy, one year., ..............$3 00 One copy, az inonths,..,,... .... .. 1 .50 Single espies ............... 10 J1ayrabie rasably in adviwao. AD V*TSTJING RATES: The followipg seale of rates, less twenty per cent agent's commisslon will be strictly adhered to in all coptracts with foreign ad vertialig agents, payssepts to be made quýr terly, ip advance, and in cash: (312 ems type constite a s9uare.J uQUvtas. 1 mo. 2 moe, 3 ueus. 6 pnos. t year 1 square... 3 75$ 6 50 '17 50 $12 00 $20 00 2 squares.. 7 12 15 OC 22 00 32 00 3 squares.. 10 1400 22 00 33 00 4200 4 ares.. 15 00 2200 3 7080 45 88 5500 S aqurea.. 300 2800 37 00 50600 6600 Saquare... 22 00 33 00 45 00 66 00 76 00 7 squares.. 26 00 39 0052 0078 C88 00 8 squares .. 30 00 45 00 60 00 90 00 100 00 l0squages.. 37 00 5600 75 00112 00125 00 15 squares.. 5ý 00 84 I00 00125 00 174 00 90...

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. — 2 August 1873

,o nalksornbilkc @id. OfficeoIn Crescent Place. Subscriptisn Prie Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL IlIUECTORY. Fourth Judiaal Distriot. (comprising the parishes of Ascension 'St. Jams, t. ohnthe Baptist and St. Chariea.J District Judge ,........... Othello J. Flagg, District Attorney ........ Morris Marks. Seventh Benatorial District. [Comprising the parishes of Ascension and St James.] State Senator ............Oeorge E. Bovee. Parish of Asounion. Bepresentative........... Pierre Landry, .........Charles N. Lewis, parish Judge ............John A. Cheevors, Parish Attorney..........Frederick Duffel, Clerk of the Court,.......John 1). Caatey, Recorder. ................Charles Gecks, Secretary................Prederick Febb, Treasurer,................Christian Kline, Tax Collector...........L. E. Bentley, liheriff ...................Aaron Hill, .Tail Physician ............W. M. MeGalliard, Official Journal........... Aseeuslon Leader. POLICE JURORs.-lleary Cook, President; Felix Reynaud,...

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. — 2 August 1873

GEIURAL ITEMS btespital to begin lifr with is s A MeIwTra hunting party secured 9,555 gophers in three weeks. F M as has caged a female forgei -Mr. Van Vlle alias Allen, alias Smith -ond of the most adroit and successful opecators living. A BARNrooTrD girl in Ohio, who lately walked ten miles to hire out to hoe corn, has married a widower worth $80,000. Here is a moral for girls anxious to JS 1868 the United States received only 20 Immlgrants from Russia. In 1872 wed tndoy toh emgrte thtseems ato be developing In Rdsasa. Tda number of vessels sailing under all dat lrlng the month of Mam was es and ten steamers, of whiel veaslling vessels and three steam ers were Amerian. I'ouaoco smoke, says Carlyle, is the en6 eiieshent in European manners (and he might have added Amran) in which men can sit silent together without em barrthaient, and where no man is bound to speak One word more than he has actu ally and veritably got to say. EasPONSIBLU citizens of Pulaski, Ten nessee, vouch for t...

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. — 9 August 1873

THED NALDSONVILLE CHIEF. SAwºa0 A eye saper-Subscriptl. n Priee, Three IDlIan' per Annuqp. .T : . DON. ,L E, "LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 18 i3 . O. 48 UG&1%* ie'. i.,~et E esil ,io0d'e igh I'a-se.angIe tr o tl 1belldoPtr ckil uhe Audnietlm But ter's reaches tio, quite i' . Their angels stand l ýlse erbe Fahler; p & e 6. o a ssouad s s lup h ea owers; ' rbv e ws atoer irespupori se ftdr l rlJ tnto -oni 'fo .id. on, dotieohlln--our voices ouh se m lyve; bend to n Alt nature md ilOUlJ OiOuS, or one i' Warble sweetl7 bOe. o 5fjg orinu 4ghaPrmonia inetions W Te liturgies sacre and qulong, Their ngel stand clwos apmf Etner bop-e Arep( tn your $ r c tll r soniog. f Sing on, -tt leahjie ane licesl ough thisely o dltrayers iay be pan nes be t AFor orten W i 4 too Who arel der An-tld aerbleeog way taovehand. ho hne orn o rw and t th mbo ie e rolder, anedo alking the town oogurether. John al ays wal e havinr rgi andothing to ride ex ucW an er-ndreasp ang s --tud of those aever without ha...

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. — 9 August 1873

gotrr 5M4a 9 (tlr ilcicf 1 yWisbed Every qatrday. ," A)?AC,U3 fUE4,NI GENERIS." LINDXW " X rNTLEY., EDIWR A~w PRQ1'RIETOR. TFRM2 .QF 517 J/;,)#ZPT1OY h pue copy, one yea.00 ,One 4opy, .1z mptbp ......... .. Sianglc eop ..ee - ....... 1 0 t Psi a ie lxvarlaby In advmAOq' 4Q VER2I5IING RA 2'A?: TtoI~oiP4So~ rates, lee tw.pty TFhe owwipgqal30 of ilPe,1 E dy adhered t. 4 t a wtrae piI . .vntaagdaeaahpayIpe* wi~ q!wr ~terlJ·, In avax cs ap is ro t, pon t w sua . mQUnua. I mo. 2 mo. 3mosG. mos. 1 year Isq uare... 3 $ 6 7 $12 2000 2u elure.. 7 12 15 20 3200 3quearG... 10 I5 U 33 4200 4lquam.. 15 20 3 Suqusem.. 16 S 3 6 6e quarein.. 22 33 45 9 76 7 quaam.. 2639 ' 0sqars l 75 112 12600 15 nquarxs.. 54 l00 125 £7500 210 75 500 Tranienat iAstar'etU $150 bpj sauare fiat inseI;ttop ;abe ae#st inaur'a 75a. rr $p~cIa rates to home adrvcrttIae ComVpnnioa M a f be pddreeed _imnpý Cuts ,L~d Donal wvi e, .,'" pr 4o ,tie' itor and propriteArr persgpailt Pastuddny, Augi . I9T .8 When does a wan renesmbl...

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. — 9 August 1873

Subscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL DOIRECTORY. Fourth Judicial District. [Com~.rising the paribbes of Ae.msasi, St. .JRmes, St. JJhn the B. ptist ani St. Cba-ies.] .District Judge,.........OthtAei J. Fla g, IDistriet Attonmey, ........Morris Marks Be, ith Serateridl District. (Comprising the parisihesf Asceasium and :St. James.] .tate Senater,......e......Geora E. Bovee. Pariah oifAaoaeioL. Representative,....-....Pierre Lanry,. µ ..........JChaslee N. Lewis, Parish Judue,-.......----- Johl . Che.vers, 'arish Attorcy,.............ederick Duffel, 'Clerk of the Court,..... Saelm D. Cantey, Recorder, ................--- -Cb Geeks, :Secretary, ................ Frederick Fobb, Treasorer,..........._.....hristian Kline, Tax Coller,............ L. E. ken~ey, ..erif, ................... Aaro , Jail Physician............. W. IL Moalliard, )fficial Journal,.......... Aceasion Leader. POLICE Jrnons.--lenry Cook, President; Felix iR.gaad, Edward Caites, Hillary Rice, Hoary Ileym...

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. — 9 August 1873

A Fight to the Death-rangainary Haid.te-Had Conflict. A correspondent of the New York WIorlMives an account of one Of the most ferocio dqaiis ,eer fougl~ft . It oc urred on' the etvefifT of Ju1t 4, In tife Tf idan Territory, at, Medicine Lodge, a point which is a great resort for hbhiters during the colder months. The parties engaged in this desperate fight were Husrh Ander son of Texas and Artlp r MeClusevy of Kansas, both desperadoes well known on the fronti r for their recklessnese of life Anderson had killed a brother of McClus key in a dance-louse fracas, and the latter sought him oit for the express purpose of taking vengeance upqp him. A Texan glidc natnimed Rlchards acted as secobnd for McCluskey, a huge Kentuckias of the name of Harding fulfilling a similar office for Anderson. THS AGRaMBeNT. By the terms agreed upon between Richards and Harding the antagonists were to fight with. revolvers and bowis knives--to be plced back to back at an interval of twenty paces--to wheel ...

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