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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 7 February 1874

Office in Crescent Place. Subscription PriceThree Dollars a Year. *WFICIAL *W4EETOsY. Fourth Judisial District. (rComnriing the pariabss of Ascension, St. James, St. Johhn the Baptist and St. Charles.] District J dge,........Othello J. Flagg, District Attrey, ........ Morris Marks. Seventh Seestorismitriet. (Comprising the parishes of AiceVion and St. Janase.] State Senator .............Oeoge E. Boyce. Parish of Aaeession. leprseetattee........... Pierre Landry, 1 ........... Charles N. Lewis, Pariah Judge ............John A. Cheevers, Parish Attorney.......... Frederick Duffel, Clerk of the Court,.......John D. Cantey, Recorder d ...............Charles Gecks, Secretary,;................Frederick Fobb, Treasurer"...............Christian Kline, Tax Collecter............L. E. Bentley, Sheriff ...................Aaron Hill, Jail Physician............ W. M. MeGalliard, Official Jewrnal,.......... Ascension Leader. Ponsca Juaoas.-Henry Cook, President; Felix Reynand, Edward Cantey, Hille...

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 February 1874

HOVE AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. CoLTrs RevolverCo ipany are makinga gun which will discharge 1,200 bullets pea lflifUtnt1 Tix ac SEsS, holding a gallonof whisky, can be purchased by t3uf'alo ladies who want to smuggle Canada lijuor. , M RCIAL traveler 0or a New york dry-goods firm, preached two sermons at Clinton. Iowa, onurecent Sunday, and his efforts are highly praised. A LoanoN magistrate fined an affection ate father for refusing to allow the public vaccinator to take vaccine matter from the arm of his child. A DUTIFCL son at Atlanta, set out to wheel his grandfather's co'pse to the bury ing-ground to save expenses, but a crowd gathetd aid argued with him until he consented to hire a hearse. AN l& GLISH tradesman advertises anti oreachm-ol-promlseink, and siyslthatfrlt ing with this ink disappears before one month, thus avoiding the system of ridi cule to which old and young promise break ers are now exposed. Tan Emperor of China has conferred listinction on the memory of Hang-Chu...

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 February 1874

TH1DONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1874. NUMBER 23. POETRY. A BALLAD OF THE BOSTON TEA' PARTY. BY O. W. HOLMES. No! never such a draught was poured Siirce Hbe served with nectar The bright Olymspi.ias and their Lord, Hteover-kind protector Sine, Father Noah squeezed the grape Aunl took to such hI having As amuld have shamed our grandsire ape Before the days of shaving No! ne'er was mingled such a draught In palace, hall, or arbor, As freemen brewed and tyrants quaffed That night in Boston harbor! It kept King George so long awake His poor old brain got addled, It made the nerves of Britain bhage, With seven score millions saddled; Befofe that bitter cup was drained, Amid the roar of cannon, The Western war-cloud's crimson stained j The Thamer, the Clyde, the Shannon; Full many a six-foot grenadier The flattened grass had measured, And many a mother many a year 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. — 14 February 1874

goualtbsonbille Qi1ef, Published Every ?3.turday. "AMICUS IIUMANI GENERIS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PR4)PRIETOR. TERNM OF SUBS6'RIPTION: One copy, one year................$3 00 One copy, six months............... 150 Six copies, one year ................15 00 Twelve copies, one year,.............5 Payable invariably: in advance. AD VERTISING RATES: [A square is the space ocnpicd by ten lines Agate type, about ii of an imch.J sQUAss. 1. m o. 2 mos. 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 year I square.. $ 3 00 * 5 00 6 50 $$1100 15 00 2 quarea. 500 800 950 1500 20 00 3 squaree. 7 00 110t 12 50 1900 25 00 4 squares. 850 14 O015 00 23 00 3000 5 squares. 10 00 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 squares. 11 50 18 0019 030 4000 7 squaree. 13 20 90 21 00 33 4400 Ssquares. 15 22 :24 0 1 olumn . 2500 32 50 40 00 50 r70 00 column. 35 00 42 50 00 70 10000 eslamn . 4500 52 50 6000 90 125 00 Transient advertisements $1 00 per square Irst insertion; each subsequent insert's The. Brief eeommieadee* ms upon sulqpets of pmblie ...

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 February 1874

Odiee la Creseest Place. Subaoriptios Price, Three Delars a Year. OFrMICIAL 3IUECT *S. ?ourth Judicta1 Distriot. [Compdains the parishes .t Aseenelos, St. James, Si. Jon t eBaptiet and St. Charles.] Distriet Judge,...........Othello J. Flagg, Distite Attorney ........ Merrie Marks. Sduath Beastoral DistiaL m[c peimg the parishes of Aaeension and State Senator ............George E. Boveo. Parish ot Aboesies. Represeatative,.. .......Pserre Lendry, p ,...........Cbarles N. Lewis, Pariah Jkdge, ............John A. Cheevers, Parish Attorney .......... Frederiek Duffel, Clerk of the Court,....... John D. Cantey, Recorder. ................Charles Geeks, Secretary ................Frederick 1obb, Treasure!r................Christian Kline, Tax Collector ............L. E. Bentley, Sheriff............ ....Aaron Hill, Jail Physician .... W.McGalliard, Official Jiburnal..........AscensionLeader. PoLucsJusons.-Henry Cook, President; Felix Reynaud, Edward Cantey, Hillery Rice, Henry Heyman. BOARD ...

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 February 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. LN Richland county, S. C., last year. 30,000 acres o land were forfeited for non payment of taxes, wpre than a fifth of the total area of the couity. SOMEBODY, who his taken the trouble to compile the statistic. of violent deaths in 18 73. finds that more;people died by drown ing than any other means. A SMALL stream near Yellowstone Lake i1 split in two by a small peninsula, one branch following the Yellowstone and Missouri to the Gul the other making its way into the Snake Jliver and thence to the Pacific. SAys a Milwaukee journal: "Milwaukee leads Chicago by abeu- our million bush 4ls in its wheat transactions for 1873, but when the old sinner down the lake begins to brag on the number of arrests made by its police force the Cream City yields up the broom." TH. Augusta Constituti.nalist proposes the organization of tin association in each Southern State for tloe purpose of pension ing Confederate soldiers who have noGov ernment to recognize their claims an...

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 February 1874

THE OALDSON VILLE CHIEF. Wi ~Wde-Awake Home Newspaper-Subseription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME II, DSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1874. IirMBrt . --- jr n n r n. ut. POETRY. TIRED MOTHERS. A LITTLE elbow leans upon your knee, Your tr. d knee that has so much to bear; A child's degr eyes are looking lovingiy From undo' neath a thatch of tangled hair. Perhaps you do not heed the velvet touch 1Of warrta,aol~fingrrs holding yehraro tight; You do not ptize this tlessiag ovtrmuch; You almost are too tired to pray to-night. But it is blessedness! A year ago I did not see it .s I do to-day We are all so dull and thankless, and too slow To catch the sunshine till it slips , way. And now it stemns surlassing strange to me That, whdae I wore the badge of motherhood, I did not kiss more olt and tenderly Ihe little child that brougt;t me only good. I if, some nighi, vheayos aitdowm*stLas mi-s the elbow from your tired knee reetless, cuily head trum off your breast, I his lispi...

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 February 1874

S0 0 s0oniltC ig idf. Published Every .aturday. 'AMICUS HUMANI GENERIlS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Officil Journal of the State of Lonisiana. OfioialJenral of the Pariah of ascension. 2'R"fMS OF SUB.M'RIPT1 ON: One espy, om year,..... ............ $3 00 One copy, six months,................. 1 50 spis, one year,................... 00 Twele eopies, one year,.............. 00 Payable invariably in advance. AID VTIJINIf RATES : [A siaes is the space occupied by ten lines Agate type, about : of an inch.J squars. 1 . j2mo. mos. nmos. 1 year l sqame.. 3 00 5 00 6 5 Oi O 15 00 gpsu e. 500 800 9 50 1500 20 00 Ssquares. 70 1100 12 50 1900 2500 4 sqges. 8 140 15 00 3000 Ssqauaes. 100 1600 1700 27 00 3500 Ssqres. 1150 18 6 19 00 3000 40 00 7 squares. 13 50 20 00210033 44 00 S e 1500 22 00 24 00 36 48 00 eas nBs. a200 3250 0 50 0070 00 olumn . 3500 4250 5000 70 10000 1 colsm. 4500 5250 60 00 90 00.12500 ee.aint advertisements $1 00 per square Aretb ertion; each subsequent inser...

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 February 1874

andalbsonnhDill iief Offce in Crescent Place. Subscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL DIIISCwehy. 'ourth Judicial District. [Comprising the parishes of A scension, fit. 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.] 8tal Senator.............George E. Bove. Pariah of Ascension. Representative,..........Pierre Landry, ...........Charles N. Lewis, Parish Judge, ...........John A. Cheeveas, Parish Attorney,.......... Frederick Duffel, Clerk of the Court,.......John D. Cantey, Rtecoider, ...............Charles Geeks, Secretary ................Frederick Fobb, Treaslarer................Christian Kline, Tax Collector,............... E. Bentley, Sherik, ..................Aaron Hill, Jail Fahysieian,.............W. M. McGalliarli, Oflicial Journal .......... Don'ville CHIEF. PorIIcs JsoRa.--Henry Cook, President; 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. — 21 February 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP - A WASHINGTON dealer advertises "a stock of pistols designed for the use of' * hool-boys." Iacu West Point cadet costs the coun tr3$8,Q0 by the time he is fit to take his place Oa the active list, E thieves steal crape from the a1nd yet Louisville thieves are po to be high-t, ned. ; kJ3osroN paper thiniks that civilization ,i.'l not be complete tmtil some substitute is found for buttons. A MAXD-ORGAN is the latest excavation at Pompeii. The ancients had tlyair tor ments as well as the mroderns. AN enterprising ty; ) has fitted up an flce on runners, and is visiting various towns in Minnesota, lolng job printing "with neatness and d patch." ED. ONG, aged 18. 4lho lives at Wapello, IAed county, Iowa, s less in size than Tomn Thumb or Comiliedore Nutt. and is only half an inch taller than Minnie War ren. SATrTIFtL son in Minnesota wanted to send his father's body to Rochester, New York, and he packed It in a dry-goods box, labeled the box "venison," and saved 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. — 28 February 1874

THE DONALD)ON VLLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1874. NUMBER 25. -__-- I I POETRY. COMPENSATION. By BARTON GREY. THEI. were three sisters ; all that summer eve Thery iaceh the glimmering whiteness of the And God's ,great sea, spread out before them, It taught n Its own peculiar lesson unto each. And, as they~ mused, they spake-the youngest said : " The gre'n waves open pathways influite; Shall my feet wander on through shade and shine, Fail in the gloom, or wanton in the light ? *' Far out beyond the utmost belt of foam Sleeps the veiled haven ; but, alas i who knows Whatbreczes blow there, or what flowers bloom, What breath of fennel, or what scent of rose ?"' a And then thb. second sister spake, and said : t " Far o'er this sea his silver sails are set ; The gray, blank leagues between us grow not less, Nor shall the sea relent, nor death forget. ti " But whether this wan oce...

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 February 1874

Sonalbsonbitle (bief. Published Every Saturday. "AMICUS HUMANI GENElIS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Official Journal of the State of Louisiana. Official Journal of the Parish of Ascension. TERM8 OF SUBSCIElTI2ON: One copy, one year,..... .............$3 00 One copy, six months,.....; ...... 1 50 Six copies, one year,................ 15 00 Twelve copies, one year............25 00 Payable invariably in advance. AD VERTISING RATES: [A square is the space occupied by ten lines Agate type, about j of an inch.] SQUARES. 1 m0. '2niop. 31os. 6111os. 1 year Slsquar.. 3 00$ 5 o0l $6 50 $11 001 $15 00 2 squares. 500' 8 00 9 50 15 00 20 00 3 squares. 7 00 I1 00 12 50 19 00 25 00 4 square-. 8 50 14 00 15 002 3 00 30 00 5 squares. 10 00 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 6 squares. 11 50 18 00 19 00 30 009 40 00 7 squares. 13 50 20 0l 21 00 33 00 44 00 8 sluares. 15 ') 22 00 24 00 36 00 18 00 4 column. 25 00 32 5) 40 00 5000 70 00 } column- 33 00 42 50 1 0 70 00100 00 1 column. 45 00 52 501 6...

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 February 1874

Office in Crescent Place. Subscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICI t.LDIRECTORY. Fourth Judicial District. [Comprising the parishes of Ascension, St. James, St. John the Baptist and St. Charles.] District Judge,...........Othello J. Flagg, istricet Attorney,........Morris Marks. Seventh Senatorial District. [Comprising the parishes of Ascension and St. James.] State Senator,............George E. Boyce. 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, ...............Charles Gecks, Secretary, ................Frederick Fobb, Treasurer,................Christian Kline, Tax Collector,............L. E. Bentley, Sheriff ...................Aaron Hill, Jail Physician.............W. h. McGalliard, Otficial Journal,..........Don'ville CurIEF. PoLICE Juaoas.-Henry Cook, President; Felix Reynand, Edward Cautey, ...

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 February 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. A DOG carries the mail between the State line, near Marshall, and Two Woods. Da kota. The mail sack is tied about his neck. and he carries it with safety and dispatch. which is more than Uncle Sam always does. Joan PORTER lives in Morgan county. Mo.. and is 1N;; years of at'ge-probably the eldest rman in the State. A letter says he can see to thread a needle and read the finest print without glas-es. His hair is I.:rfectly black, and lie has a full set of teeth which have grown1 within the pa: t fiw years. He enjoys 2ood health, lhe is a native of North Carolina and is one of the early settlers. THE F'rench Government, acting on the recommendation of the ('ommittee on For tifications, has determined to keep for the next five years 5,000 pairs of carrier-pige ous for breedine purpo'es for service in war time. Eaci fortre.s will have a mill tary pigeon house, and each pigeon house will contain 1,000 birds. Two general sta tions will be established,. at each of...

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 March 1874

THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDÂșONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1874. NUMBER 26. POETRY. RHODA.. BT JAWs HU, 40.8E. A pleasant thing on a sunny day H.sa set her a-thinking, As Ithoda merrily on her way l..es winking, blinking, Thidking of Asa raking down The hiilide rowen outside the town. Blue drop of the etther, sweet, serene, Is Rlhoda's thinking, Akin to the blueness sometimes seen Behird her winking WVoljderful lashes that c nceal More of her heaven than they reveal. Ass, thinking the labor long Ot the hot bay-making, Wiles the hours with an old, old song Titeg,to his raking A woo,ing son ! o that pleasant kind Which the soul sends out for an absent mind. Into the meadow Rhoda turns, And hears the singing; The blue drop under the blue deep burns, And soft gates swinging, Split. of the maiden's art, reveal More of her heaven than they conceal. Flash of the silver dust of stars Is Ithoda's thin...

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 March 1874

Ion ;II0501Ubllei. V.UC Pzlblished Every .aturd.rty. "A.IMCUa 'S IUMANI .A G NEulRI.S." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND Plt0PI'IIl.TOI. Official Journal of the State of Louisiana. Official Journal of the Parish of Asceniion. Tk';/JI8I OF SLU CRIPTIO.N: one copy. one year.................. 00 4ne(1y. Mix inonths .... *1 5 ix co!es. one year,...................15 ) Twclvo copies, one yerr ............... 1'. 00 Payahle invariably in ldvnnco. AD ''R TISIsG R1.4 TES.: (A ~u'nare is the sparJe orriepied by ten lines Agate type, about ; of an inch.J q.WuAIE. I mo. 2 moe. 3:] no. ln mo. ] year I square..$ 3 00$5 00*$ 6 540$ $15 00M 2 squares. 5 00 8 (00 9 50 15 (00 '20 00 3 squares. 7 004 II 00 12 50 19 00 25 00 4 wnuares- 8 (50 14 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 5 Sluares. 10 00 16 00 17 00 27 00 :5 00 6 .ares. 11 50 18 00:19 00 3000 40 00 7 squares. 13 50 20 00 21 0 33 00 44 00 8 squares. 15 00 22 00 24 00 36 00 48 00 4 rolbuun. 25 0 32500 000 50 00 70011 Scolllumn . 35 1 42 0 50 00 70 00100 00 1 eol...

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 March 1874

annalbsonbite I bitf. OfBee in Crescent Place. v Subscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL Rblucrouw. Fourth Judicial District. (Comnllrising the plrishes of Ascension, St. JanmBen, St. John the Baptist and St. Charles.] District Judge,...........Othello J. Flagg, District Attorney,........Morris Marks. Seventh Senstoria District. tComniliing the parishes of Ascension and St. Jamte.] State Senator ............eorge E. Bovee. Parish of Asoension. Representative ...........Pierre Landry, . ..........Charles N. Lewis, Parish Judge,.............John A. Cheevers, Parish Attorney.......... Frederiek Duffel, Clerk of the Court,.......John D. Cantey, MRebrder, ................Charles Geeks, Secretary, ................Frederick Fobb, Treasurer................Christian Kline, Tax Collector,............L. E. Bentley, Sheriff, ..................Aaron Hill, Jail Physician............. . M.c alliard, Official Journal,..........Doa'vlle Cuasr. POLICE Jsaous.-Henry Cook, President ; Felix ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 7 March 1874

HoME ANI FOREIDf GOSSIP. Now a French teronaut proposes to make a balloon traus-Atlantic trip. A aNru was fined five dollars in Provi dence the other day for stealing crapefroin a door knob. .JOIIN DOG petitioned the Massachu setts Legislature to change his name, and they made it John Kerr,and he was happy. THE mail whose hair turned white in a single night is surpassed by a Boston rirli who lost hers conmpletely in one lance. Tl'E ladles of Chicago are reported to wear $S0,000 worth of false hairs or en ough to buy a Bible for every heathdn in Africa. JtUSTICE HAINES., of Chicago, has decided that editors are professional men, and that their scissors, paste pot, etc., cannot be seized for debt. SAMUEL LEANENS, who eloped from Web ster, Mass., with a widow, tempered his guilt. He left a deed conveying all his property to his wife. A MIEaMER of Congress suggests that as a neans of preventing useless dcbbtes, the cost of printing the speeches be de ducted from their salaries. That is ...

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 March 1874

THE DONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subseription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1874. NUMBER 27" POETRY. THE UNATTAINABLE. BY PELSG ARKWRIGHT. It chanced that'as I wandered on my way,. One summer's day, With thoughts that tended unto fancies quaint, I came antar a streamlet running clear, Like school-boy glad what time he flies restraint; Andon its brink A contemplative ass had paused to think. He stood releative, gazing far away, A whoshould say: This slumbrous summer noon is nowise fit For aught of toil its brightness to amoll. But in the lap of dreamy thoughts to sit And gather so Such peace of mind as lazy asses know. Quite lost in conteminpation deep was he,. Not heeded me; One ear did somewhat drop, ss with the weight Of portly fy, which gravely hung thereby, In seeming eomfort and contentment great; Nor deemed that he Was otherwhere than erst a fly should be. "'0 ass," I said, "what perfect rest Is thine...

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 March 1874

glnalbsonbillc lbietf Published Every Saturday. '·AMICUS HUMANI GENERIS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Official Journal of the State of Louisiana. Official Journal of the Parish of Asoension. T2EBMS OF SU7BSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, ................$3 00 One copy, six mo1ths,........ I 50 Jix copies, one year,................... 15 00 Twelve copies, one year,.............. 25 00 Payable invariably in advauce. AD VErTISING -PATES: (A square is the spaec occuied by ten lines Agate type, about I of an inch.J SQUARES. I mo. 2 mos. 3 mis. mos. Lyear I sqare.. 3 00$5 00$ 50 $11 00$15 00 2 eqnares. 500 800 950 15 00 20 00 3squares. 7 00 11 00 1 50 19 00 25 00 4 quares. 8 50 14 00 14 00 23 00 30 00 5 squares. 10 00 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 6 squares. 11 50 18 00 19 00 30 00 40 00 7 square. 13 50 20 00 21 0O 3300 44 00 i squares. 15 00 22 00 21 00 36 00 48 00 column . 2500 32 50 4t 00 50 00 70 00 column. 35.00 4250 50 00 70 00100 00 1 eolumn. 45 00 52 50 6t 00 90 00.125 00 Tr...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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