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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 3 January 1874

gnuadbsonbile (£13ief. Ofitee in Crescent Place. Subscription Price, Three Dollars a Year, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. E'ourth Judicial District. fComptising the parishes of Ascension, St. James, S . John the Baptist and St. Charles.] District .udge..........Othello J. Flagg, District Attorney,........Morris Marks. Seventh Senatorial District. (Compkising the parishes of Ascension and St. James.] State Seiator............George E. Bovee. Parish of Ascension. Representative..........Pierre Landry, ...........Charles N. Lewis, Parish Jlidge,..........John A. Cheevers, Parish Attorney,..........Frederick D)uffel, Clerk of the Court,.......John D. Cantey, Reoorder ............... Charles Gecks. Secretary,...............Frederick Fobl, Treasurer,.. . .. . Christian Kline, Tax Collector...........L. E. Bentley, sheriff..............arom Hill, Jail Physiiann...........W. M. M(Galliard, Official J4urnal........Ascension Leader. POLICE ;JUR(ORS.-Henry Cook, President; Felix Reynaud, Edward Cantey, I...

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. — 3 January 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. A BosToN hypochondriac has died leav ing $2,700,000 to establish an asylum for similar unfortunates. THE Earl of Rosebury is doing Washing ton, and each of the belles fondly hopes that he has her in his beautiful blue eye. TuE House of Representatives has set apart a gallery for the families of Members of Congress exclusively, in imitation of that assigned to the diplomatic body. A BosToN;man was cursing an editor the other day when he fell dead. Several sim ilar instances have been lately reported. A RECENT commercial census of the cities of Davenport, Dubuque and Burling ton, in Iowa, shows that Davenport has 784 business houses, Dubuque 664, and Burlington 562. MR. DAVID BAILEY, of Cambridge, Maine, thinks that he is the oldest postmaster in the service of the United States. lHe was commissioned in 1825, and has served ever since. TinE kitchen range in a house at Z0oms River, N. J.; recently refused to burn in spite of all e&lorts. Finally, on careful...

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. — 10 January 1874

THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1874. .NUMBER 18. POETRY. IRREPARABLE. 1Y R. H. StODDARD. The sorrow of all sorrows Was never sung or ~uaid, Though many a poet borrows The mourning of the dead, And darkly buries pleasure In some melodious measure. The loss of youth is sadness To all who think, or leel A wound no after gladness Can ever wholly heal; And yet, so many share it, We learn at last to bear it. The falitering and the falling Of friends is sadder still; For friends grown foes, assailing. Know when and where to kill; But souls themselves sustaining, Have still a friend remainingi The death of those who love us, And those we love, is sore: But think they are above us, Or think they are no more We bear the blows that sever, We cannot weep foreverl The sorrow of all sorrows Is deeiper than all these, And alL that anguish borrows Upon :its bended knees; No tea...

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. — 10 January 1874

oanalbsonbille !bid. Publilshid Every Saturday. "AMICUS HUMANI GENERIS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PRIOPRIETOR. TRRMS O" SL'SCRIPT'IOVN: One copy, one year,. ......... .........$3 00 One copy, six months,................ I 50 Six copiee, one year, .15 00 Twelve copies, one year,...........25 00 Payable invariably in advane6. AD VItTISING BATES: (A square is the space occupied by ten line's Agate typo, about I of an inch.J squals. Imo.mos. 3 mos. 6 t . year Slaquare.. $ 3 405 $ 50 $1100 $15 00 ! squares. 5 8 9 50 15 2 000 3 squares. 700 11 00 12 19 00 25 00 4square. 850 14 00 15 00 2300 30 00 6 squares. 10 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 queares. 11 18 00 19 00 00 4 00, I squares. 13 0 20 001 2 80 00 44 00 column. '25 00 32 50 40 00 50 00 70 00 eolumn. 35 90 42 50 000 70 00 100 00 olumnre. 45 . 52 501 60 0036 12500 Transient advertisements $1 00 per squaro tret insertion; each subsequent insert'n 75c. Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. The editor is not resp...

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. — 10 January 1874

o nTaIbs lntbTI 4biDf. O1ee in Crescent Place. v ubsaription rioe, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Fourth Judicial Distrit. jComprising the parishes of Ascension, 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 it. James.] 8tate Senator............George E. Bovee. Pariah of Ascension, Representative,. ....... .Pierre Landry, ,r .a ........Charles N. Lewis, Parish Judge,.........John A. Cheevers, PariahAttorney,......... Frederick Duffel, Clerk of the Court,...... John D. Cantey, Recorder, ............Charles Gecks. Secretary, ...............Frederick Fobb, Treasarer,................ Christian Kline, Tax Collector............L. E. Bentley, Shetriff,................. Aaron Hill., JailPhysician ............W. M. McOGalliard, Offiieal Journal,........Ascension Leader. POLIrc JCnoas.-Henry 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. — 10 January 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. A WEALTHY New York lady supports eight poor families at an expense of $10, 000 a year. A PROFESSOR in Montreal recently intro duced two tame skunks, to illustrate a lec ture on the diffusion of odors. THERE are thirty-four Signor Blitzes performing in different parts of the coun try, of whom thirty-three are bogus. SNOW is so much of a luxury in Califor ,ia that when it falls the entire population turn out to snoiball Chinamen. ESTHER SHAW of Davenport, Iowa, worked thirteen years in one family before asking for a cent of pay. Needa't write for her; al.t's dead. As English jury recently valued a curl from a lady's head at sevclnty-tive cents. It was bunted off by a barber, who used a curling iron which was too hot. A BLiND woman who was a witness in a Detroit police court was able to give the denomination of two currency notes by simply feeling them. MR. WAAREN LELAND is planning and arranging in San Francisco a new hotel, to be known as ""The Palace." It wi...

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. — 17 January 1874

THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1874. NUMBER 19. POETRY ENTRE NOUS, # t t by LUrAe C. NaunDxN. t As we two slowly walked that night, Silence fell on us, as of lear; I was alraid to lace the light, a Lest you should see that I loved you, dear. S You drew my arm against your heart, So close I could feel it beating near; You were brave enough for a lover's part- I You were so sure that I loved you, dear. a Then you murmured a word or two, And tenderly stooped your listening ear; n For on thýught that all that you had to do Was to heiss me say that I loved you, dear. it But though your face was so close to mine That you touched my cheek with your chestnut d hair, I woulout my lips to yours resign; C1 And yet-I loved you-I loved yos, dear. And all at once you were cold and pale, u: Because you thought that t did not care; II I cried a lttle behind my veil But that was...

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. — 17 January 1874

ponalbsonbilk t idf. o Published Every Saturday. "AMICUS HUMANI GENERIS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUJSCRIPTION: One copy, one year,......... . ....... ..00 One copy, six months,---. - 1-- -- t15 tr t 1i copies, one year,................1500 Twelve copies, one year.............. Payable invariably in advance. bi AD VERTISLYG RATES: (A square is the space occupied by ten lines re Agate type, about I oif an inch.] P sQUARES. 1 mo. 2 mos. 3 ines. 6 mo0. 1 year t Ssquare..$300$5 $650$1100 $1500 Isquares 500 800 950 15 00 20 00 d, 3 squares. 700 11 00 1250 19 00 25 00 4 squares. 850 14 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 i squares. 1000 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 I 6 squares- 11 50 18 00 19 00 30 00 40 00 7 squares. 13 50 20 00 21 00 3 00 44 00 J a na s. 15 00 220, 24 00 36 00 4800 a Solun . 25 00 32 50 40 00 50 00 70 00 f column . 35 00 42 50 50 00 70 00100 00 1r 1 column . 45 00 52 50 G 00 90 00125 00 I Transient advertisements $1 00 per square b ,frst insertion; each subsequen...

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. — 17 January 1874

Offee in Crescent Place. Subscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Fourth Judicial District. [Comprising the parishes of Ascension, 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.] State Senator ............George E. Boree. Parish of Ascension. Representative,...........Pierre Landry, . . ...........Charles N. Lewis, Parish Judge,............John A. Cheevers, ParishAttorney..........Prederick Duffel, Clerk of the Court,.......John D. Cantey, Recorder. ................Charles Gecsa, Secretary. ................Frederick Fobb, Treasurer ................Christian Kline, Tax Collector ............L. E. Bentley, Mheriuf...................Aaron Hill, Jail Physician ............W. M. MeGalliard, Ofcial Journal,..........Ascension Leader. PoLucE Junons.-Hearv Cook, President; Felix Reynaud, Edward Cantey, Hi...

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. — 17 January 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. IT is estimated that twenty thousand persons get drunk in London every iatur day night. MR. JTDFJST is one of the prominent business men of Cleveland, and yet his came is seldom heard. A CHILD two years old was recently con vtyed to the New Haven station-house trunk and disorderly. THE cost of the London underground railway for building and equipment was l.1000,O0O per mile, or $.50,000,000 for the ntire work. *PlUREE or four French papers are en deavoring to convince the U nverninent that criminals ought to be drowned instead of executed in the usual way. A DtJuqUE man hired a policeman at $3 per night to watch his wife. and she was at the same time paying the same man $4 per nigLt to watch her husband. A TEACHER in Waterloo.. Iowa. has beei discharged for obeying St. Paul. who says, Greet one another with a holy kiss." lie kissed a school marm. PRESTON, Conn., boasts of a cat that Catches clams by putting her tail inside their shells, then jumps over a fen...

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. — 24 January 1874

THE DONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. SW$le-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Priee, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. ..DSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1874. NUMBER 20. .__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _} . . .. . . . . . . . . . ... . POETRY. THEN MY OLD HAT WAS NEW. BY JOIIN H. YATGS. Don't ladgh it my old hat, dIar wife; 'tis much V like you and 1; t Although I've got a better one, I'm loath to lay o it by. While sitting by a cheerful fire its signs of wear I a view, And think how swift have flown the days since a my old hat was new. While sitting by my cheerful fire some other n thoughts arise, g Suggested by the poor old hat that hangs before O my eyes; I think how many friends I had that time has p ov d untrue; What loud professions they did make-when my n old hat was new. 1 I read of fraud on every hand-where thieves high C office hold; i; I read how, on election day, men's votes are o bought and solltd: This land will go to ruin soon if ruled by such a crew; An honest man was king of men ...

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. — 24 January 1874

I'ublisihe Every Saturday. g ,"AMICUS IIUMA~l GENEdIS." LINDEN E. 1)ENTLEY, a EDITOR ANn PRlOPRIETOR. T'ERMS OF SCUB.CLRIPTIO N .One m.py, one year,................$3 00 One copy, six months,.................1. 50 Six copies, one year, ................ 1- 00 1 -rwelve copies, one year............... 00 Payable invariably in advance. A p VERTI$SVG RATES: [A sou re is the spases o cupied by teu lines Agate typel.outE I of an inch.j SQUlRES. I mo 2 mos 3inoP. 6 mos. I year 1 square.- 00$50 4$65)0811 $150 tIquares. 500 8 1r 950 15 00 20 00 3squares. 700 11 04 12 50 1900 25 00 4 squares. 8 50 14 0) 15 00) 2 00 30 00 5 squares. 10 00 16 00 17 00 7 00 35 00 6 squares. 11, 50 18 0 19 00) 30 00 40 00 7 quares. 13 50 20 00 21 00 33 0O 4400 S squarel. 15 022 0) 24 00 36 00 48 00 4 column. 25 00 32 '50 40 00 50 00 0 I column. 35 00 42 0 0 00 70 00 100 00 1 column 45 00 52 50000 0 00125 00 Transient advertisements $1 00 per square first insertion; each subsequent iusert'n 75c. Brief communicatio...

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. — 24 January 1874

: Office in Cresceat Place. Subscription Price, Three Dalla a Year. OFWICIAL DIRECTORY. Fourth Judicial District. rComlrising the parishes of Ascension. St. James, St. John the Baptist and St. Charles.] District Judge,...........Othello J. Flagg, District Attoraey ....... Morris Marks. Seventh Senatorial District. [Comprising the parishes of Ascension and St. James.] State Senator,.............George E. Bovee. Pariah of Ascension. sRepreseatative,.......... Pierre Landry. ...........Charles N. Lewis, ar-ish Judge,..........John A. Cheevers, Parish Attorney,.......... Frederick )ufel, Clerk of the Court,....... John D. Cautey, Recorder, ................Charles Ge eks, Secretary, .............F rederick Fob b, Treasurer ................Christian Kline, Tax Cellector, ........L. E. B~utley, Sheri,.' ................ Aaron. HIll. Jail Physici....an..........W. M. Mcalliard, Officil Journal,......... Ascension Leader. PoLICa JuROns.--lenrv Cook, President; Felix Iltevaud, Edward Cantey, ...

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. — 24 January 1874

IIOME A.ND FOREIGN GOSSIP. DAvID CLARK, the philanthropist of Hartford, furnished Christmas dinners to b> one hundred and twenty families. bh TuE wooden-nutmeg business has de- fo clined, but home-made eggs of white ma ple are now being manufactured at Bakers- ta ville. Conn. m SEVERNY-mEIGHT newsboys in Indianapo- hi lis each received presents of a bank-book b with a deposit of lifty cents to each boy's credit. 'J',E marriage of Miss Milwaukee H. q Smith is recorred. She was the first white a child born in the village of Milwaukee, tt that event occurring in October, 1835. n A NEW BEDFORD physician prescribed a daily ride of sixteen miles a day for a q yiung lady, and in less than two weeks tv the exhilaratingi exercise changed her name sI inti Mrs. Patrick McGuinness. Her hus- s band was her papa's coachman. o 'ITHERE are a lot of people in the town of n Pattell, Me., who are related so much that v they don't know what to call each other. Three brothers there have married three...

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. — 31 January 1874

THE DONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1874. NUMBER 21 POETRY. THE MILLS HAVE CLOSED TO-DAY. A!i is the baby better? Worse! The Led befriend us tll! Cannot live? Oh, God in Heaven! Hear thy suffering servant's call! Nearer dearest lcat the children Wiafenhe words I have to say: Put your loving snns about me F.;r the twills have closed to-day!1 AMll our little child is dying! No! no! not Not dying yet! Have you urayed ith long beseeching For the helpleis little pet? Heaven must have mercy sometimes; Others thrive who do not pray; Oh. that tioubles might come singly; But the mills hate closed to-day! Other hands have saved up money, And can give their children bread; Must our ýarlings cry fur hunger, When the little one is dead 1 Dead! It cannot be she's dying! Hlais the doctor gone away 1 And I cannot pay him, either Fur the mills have closed to-day! Why was I laid tip ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 31 January 1874

onalbsnnbille J id Published Every Saturday. "AMICUS HUMANI GENERIS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PUOPRIETOR. th TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year............ ....$3 00 m' One copy, six months1.........5. 00.. . Six copies, one year.................15 00 Twelve copies, one year.............20 Payable invariably in advance. tu ADVERTISING RATES: (A square is the space occupied by ten lines m Agate type, about I of an inch.] SQUARES. I me. 2 mos 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 year to 1 square.. $ 300 $ 500 $ 650 $11 00$15 00 2 uares. 5 00 800 9 50 15 00 20 00 ci 3 squares. 7 00 11 00 12 50 19 00 25 00 4 squares. 8 50 14 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 at 5 squares. 10 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 fa 6 squares. I1 50 18 00 19 00 30 00 44, 00 7 squares. 13 50 20 00 21 00 33 00 44 00 p7 8 squares. 15 00 22 0i 24 00 36 00 48 00 4 colunm. 25 00 32 5044 00 50 0070 00 $ column. 35 00 42 50 50 00 70 OU 100 00 Ci 1 column . 45 00 52 50 60 00 90 00125 00 al - Transient advertisements $1 00 per square first insertio...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 31 January 1874

pgianals.0nhile Qjitf. Ofie in Crebeent Place. Subscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Fourth Judicial District. [Comprising the parishes of Ascension. 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.] State Senator............George E. Bovee. Parish of Ascension. Representative,.......Pierre Landry, .................Charles N. Lewis, Parish Judge............John A. Cheevers, Parish Attorney......Frederick Duffel, Clerk of the Court.......John D. Cantey, Recorder . ...............harles Gecks, Secretary, . ..........Frederick Fobb, Treasurer..............Christian Kline, Tax Collector ..... ....L. E. Bentley, Sheriff,................. Aaron Hill, Jail Physician............ W. M. McGalliitrd, Official Journal........Ascension Leader. POLICE JURoRs.--HerY Cook, President; Felix Reynaud, Edward Cantey,...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 31 January 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. O'Balder,- Ia., boasts of weather " cold enough to Wiake a Polar bear wear Arctic overshoes. " 1 THAT "Water will find its level " was re cently shown at Marion, Ohio. where, on Christmas day, a Mr. John C. Water was C mearried to a Miiss Caroline Level. A WELL-DI1ESSEH man, apparently a me- 1 chanic, recently cr nated a sensation in Bos- 1 ton by walkinw ahout with a placard on his hat on widch was inscribed "I want o work." BROOKLYN has a sensation, where a girl g of fourteen years pies a youth not six- 9 teen for breach of promise, broken vows, wounded spirits, and other misdemeanors. t THERE is a lady in Newburyport, Mass., dghty-eight years old, who has ten chil dren living-all she ever had-five sons and five daughters. The mother and her i children weigh about a ton. The sons will v average more than 200 each, the heaviest 220, and the daughters 160. There is only t one, the "baby,'Fr1siglhing less thanahun- I dredl and a half. 'rHEIRE is a vallqY in M...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 7 February 1874

THE DONALD SONVILLE1S A e Home 1ewspaper-Subscription Price, Three DollaW per Atnuhi. -~~I - ll oa rt VOLUME III. DSONVIL , SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1874. 'NUMBE. ?2. mimumilmmmam M POETRY. WHEREFORE? 1t' CELIA THAXTER. BLACK sea, black sky! A ponderous steamship driving between tlrjI, laboring westward on her way, And in her path a trap of Death's contriving Waiting remorseless for its easy prey. Hundredsof souls within her frame liedrearithags hoping and fearing, longing for the light: With human life and thought and feeling teing She struggles onward through the awfu night. Upon her lurnace fires fresh fuel flinging, The swarthy htreman grumble at the dust Mixed withlith coal-when suddenlyu usprinring Swift throng* the smoke-stack li kca sisal thrust, Flares a red fiaine, a dread illumination! A cry,-a tumult! Slowly to her helm The vessel yields, 'mid sheets ofeeelamation, And joy and terror all her crew o'erwhelm; For looming from the blackness drear before them Discovered is 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. — 7 February 1874

Published Every 8aturday. "AIIICUS HUMANI GENERIS." LINDEN B. BBXTLEY, EsionR AND PROFRIETOR. t r 7*8 Orf B5UBSCRIPTION: One espy, one y ........$3( 00 lu eaopiye, awe 10ýtL5.............15 00 Twelve aspiss, sue ysear..........--*.9*a PayabMainvariably in mvamee. DVMBWIAING *A4TEl: [A esars * the eath eceupied by ten lines f Agate type, aheet j of an inch.] aessmas. l mo 2 mea. a mLse. I year I aa .. 3 08 5 500 260 11 00 1500 2 ~alb. 5 800 9 1500 20 00 1 3 Ilsra ill 110 ` 1900125 00 4 sqae. 8 50 14 00 k5 OG23 00 30 00 5 squares. 1000 1600 17 027 00 35 00 6 sqare. I 1800 19 0C 30 00 40 00 7 squaree. 1350 20 00 100 33 00 44 00 g . 15 O 2200 24 00 3600 4800 . 2500 3250 40 00 50 00 70 00 Celama 35 42 50 50 00 70 00100 00 esiama . 46 52 30 60 00 90 00125 00 Tramesent advertasements $1 00 per square ret in rtiun; sash subsequent ineert'n 750. Sri.[ eomuanications upon sul$ebts of pubIe interest selicited. lh. 'sier is sot respoaelble for the views f serrespcadenin. bAdmss: Case, Donaldson...

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