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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 16 May 1874

panaIbsoibille 0bief. Offiee in Crescent Place. " Bubscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Fourth Judicial District. [Compriain~ the parishes of Ascension, St. James, it. Jail the Baptist and St. Chalrles.] Distriet Jadgs,...........Othello J. Fhigg, DbIMiet Attoraey,........Morris Marks. .vemtL Ienatorial Dmtrict [Cempuitiag the perishes of Aseension and It. Jame.] Sts ets ra,. ...........George E. Boree. SParish of Asoenio. Representativ ............Pierre Landry, S ............Charles N. Lewis, PIrisk Jle,............John A. Cheevers, PrAtU rmsy,.........Frederick Duffel, Cerk .e the Court,.......John I). Cantev, weeetder, ........... ....Charles Geeks, eretary, ................Octave Terrio, Trasurer, ................Christian Kline, Tax Celector, ..........L. E. Bentley, Sheriff .................Aaron Hill, -llP.ysteiadta.... ......... . M. Galliard el Journal,',..........Don'ville Cnur. PolIuc Ju.oaa.-Pierre Landry, Presi dent; J. B. Hlebert, Louis LeBlanc...

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. — 16 May 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. TmL marriage license of Mr. Jefferson, the will of George Washington, and the fr wm of Koeciasko have been placed i the Virginia State Library. A FossIL bird with teeth has lately been discovered in the clay of Sheppey, Engarid. t It ihas never* before been proved that any b bird was possessed of teeth. A PArrY of Ave Indian skeletons sitting r in one grave round a succotash kettle has bemn disinterred at Nantic, Conn. The ' coroner is delighted. THEY have a man at Vincennes by the name of Welcome Sprinkle. The supposL- ( tion is that he was born at the close of a long interval of dry weather. A FASHIONABLE New York dentist charges $10 for simply examining a per son's teeth, and $25 an hour for operating upon them, and has brought in a bill of I $200 for filling a single tooth. 'A SYSTEMATIC gentleman of Massachu setts has just been united in wedlock to a voung lady Whom he has been traning for the position of his wife ever since she was two years old. Happy...

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. — 23 May 1874

THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUI3E III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1874. NUMBER 37 POETRY. SIGNS. BY HOWARD OLYNDON. O SAD brown hills! 0 pitiful sea-side slope, Bare as the heart bereft of its last hope! Ye waters dark and dumb! Cloud-shadowed skies, where scant blue shows apace! I am faint of heart for sight of her sweet face; I am like a homesick child, Lost in the void of this great wintry wild When will she come ? That was the blackbird He is calling her, Out there, high up in that lean juniper. Just now into the brook A snow-wreath slipped, confronted by the sun; And mark! a hint of green bath just began To creep across the grass, Forerunner of what yet shall come to pass Hush! listen! look! There goes an azure flash betwixt the boughs; The bluebird seeks a site for his new house H .rd by yon pussy willow. Down in the underbrush what's that so red? No more will Robin deign to beg his bread! Str...

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. — 23 May 1874

P'iiubliAhed lEvery Stutrdaiy. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, Oficial Journal of the State of Louisiana. Official Journal of the Parish of Ascension. TEYRMS OF S UBSC RIPTION One copy. one year,. ...........~.. $3 (00 One Copy, ~ix moanths........-.......... I bix copies, one year,................. Tw.elve copied, one vear,...............25 0 Payable invariablr in advanc". A I) DVEkTfI.Y& iAT ES: [A square in the space occupied by ten lines Agate typ?,. about I of an inch.J squl KRs. I nm.12. mns.13 3omn.6 nos. I year 1 square.. $)300 5 O 00J6 5(u110 $15 00. 2 squares. 5 () 8 00 9 50 15 0 20400 squares. 7 I0 11 o 12 50 19 00 L5 00 4 squares.; 8 ] 14 00 15 00 23t ( 30 00 Srsquare. 10 00 16 00 17 00 270 :35 00 6 squares. 11 50 18 0) 19 00 30 (t) 40 00 7 squares. 13 50 t0 00 21 00 33 00 44 00 8 sqiUrer. 15 00 22 004 36 00 48 00 Seohm 2500 32 50 40 400 50 70 00 sofnnu.m .35 OU 42: 50 0 0700 100 00 1 column l 45 ( K 52 50I i) 001 90 00,12`5 00 Transient adrv.rtisements $1 00 per square irst inse...

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. — 23 May 1874

oialDbsonbilL-e Q11t Once i s.ecnt PJaee. Subscription Price, Three Dollars a YeYear. FPPICI€AL IRECIORY, Fourth Judicial District, (Compriswig tlr paishen of Aacension, At. .Jame., St. John the Baptist aid 8. L'harle.)] I)istrict Judge.....,... .Othello J. Flugg. PaiMtriet Attorney, ........ WorrisMarks. Seb. ti Bouatuia bDistrict. Coeaprpsing the parishes of As.ssioe and St. James.] Sat. seuator, ........--- -G.er E. -Roee. Parish of Ascensicn, Representative............ Pierre adry. ........... Charles N. J,,cwis, aish Judge, .......... . ..John A. Chla er, Parish Attorney ........ Frederick fLnuel. 'lerk of the Curt,.e...... JolnD. Cuatey, Recorder, ................ Charles GOee". Secrtary .........e a ....Oetatve T,.riu, Treasurer .......... ... Chkritianu Klime, Tax C(olleetor .. . L. F. Bti ey, Sheriff .................... Aaron Ill, Jail Physician ........... U.W. MM.McOalliard. ( flieial Journal ........... Do...ville tHIEF. YPo.LIC Ju tons.--Pierre Landry. Presi dent; J. B...

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. — 23 May 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. Two hundred acres of land were recent ly sold in Florida at five cents an acre. 'TlE United States of Colombia have an immense source of revenue in the cancho trees which grow thickly in Darien. One forest is worth a million dollars. A YANKEE real-estate agency has been established in Rome, and the fellow has created more excitement in real-estate than has been known for five hundred years before. No country upon the face of the habita ble globe, having a railroad system in ope ration, is so carefully guarded against the possibility, of collision as the Republie of Costa Rica. It rejoices in a single loco motive. A YOUGo French girl was before a Montreal Court the other day, charged with a petty offense, and her case was sue pended. The prisoner, in her fright, heard only a portion of the word pendu, and is almost insane under the delusion that she is under sentence to be hanged, no assurance to the contrary removing her anxiety and dread. MUCH of the most v...

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. — 30 May 1874

THE DONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1874. NUMBER 38. POETRY.. THE GHOST : A TRUE STORY. When I was a boy, in an old churchyard A terrible ghost appear'd, And oft look'd over the churchyard gat&, With a grisly, grisly beard. He had eyes as bright and as round as suns, And a pale and haggard cheek, And you saw he was tninking, thinking much, But never a word did he speak, Save once, when a drunken old man declared The ghost his thin arm did stretch, And smote him hard, and the old man heard The ghost call out, "You wretch!" And he stagger'd away, and from that same day Did the drunken man repent; But hever again down Southernhay Lane The frighten'd sinner went. The ghost had his home behind an old tomb 'Neath nettles and brambles hid, And there I was told that he slept in the mold, And his cover was a coffin lid. A hospital close by the churchyard stood, And the nurse...

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. — 30 May 1874

gendawwnbi1ft (Chif. Published Every &aturdas. . AMICUS HUMANI ENER IS." ,LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EmIvou AND P0 a1'uramoI. Ofloial Journal ,f the State of Logisiana. DffiaialJournal of the Parish of Ascension. TERMS OF SC'JSC'ItIPTION: One copy, one year... r...$3 V00 ine copy, six monthst.. ..... I 50 Six copies, one year ... ...15 00 Twelve copies, ops reara.... ...25 00 Payable invariably in advance. Al) YEDI TISING RA TEW: A square is the space occupied by ten lines Agate type, about I of an inch.) sQuAxEa. I me. 2 mos. 3 moo. 6mos. I year 1 square.. $300$ 5 00$660 $11 f l500 I squares. 500 8 00 960 15 00 20 00 3 squares. 700 11100 12'50 19 00 25 00 4 squares. 8s 514 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 5 squares. 1000 1600 1700 27 0 3500 s squares. 11 50 18 00 19 00 30 00 40 00 7 squares. 13 50 20 00 21 00 33 00 44 00 Usquares. 15 00 22 00 24 00 36 48 00 -joolama. 25 01 32 50 40 00 50 70 00 !olumn . 35 00 42 50 50 00 70 10000 colum 450 52 50 60 00 90 00.125 00 Transient advertisements $1 00 per...

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. — 30 May 1874

~onalbsonbille Q~itf. Ofice in Crescent Place. J Bubecriptioa Price, Three Dollari a Year. OFFICIAL IRIECW'ORY. Fourth Judicial District. [Comnprieiog the pariehea of A.cension, St. James, St. J.an tlesJaptist and St.. :harles.J Distriot Judge..........Othello J. Flagg, District Attorney.......Morris Marks. Seventh Senatorial District. fComprising the parishes of Ascension and it. James.] State Senator,............George E. Boyce. Parish of Ascension, Representative..........Pierre Landry, ...........Charles N. Lewis, Parish. Judge.......... Johu A. Cheevers, Pariah Attorney..........Frederick Duffel, Clerk of the Court,......John D. Cantey, Recorder ...............Charles Geeks, Secretary ..............Octave Terrio, Treasurer...............Christian Kline, Tax Collector........... L. E. Bentley, Sheriff.....:............ Aaron hill, Jail Physician...........W. M. McGalliard, O(Jcial Journal........Don'ville CHIEF. PoLICS Juaoas.-Pierre Landry, Presi dent; J. B. Hebert, Louis LeBla...

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. — 30 May 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. A CrICAGO minister is affectionately ad vertised as being "out of a job." "'ORTY thousand cattle are said to have perished in Utah and Nevada during the winter. THE city of Des Moines, Iowa, has been sued for damages amounting to $10,000 to? the death of a little girl who was washed into a sewer in the winter and drowned. ONE hundred and ninety-four inland laks of Michigan have been stocked with white-fish, which are doing well. The average number in each lake is about 7,000. A DENVER (Col.) physician protests against Eastern doctors allowing their pa tients in the last stage of consumption to 1 go to Colorado. The air is rarer and con lains less oxygen, and is too trying if the disease is far advanced. Eimn FAITHFULL says that after sixteen years' experience she has become con vinced that there is no royal road for wo men. They must learn to work well be fore they can expect much money, and they must ask for no favors on account of their sex. MRs. SEDA SPIC...

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. — 6 June 1874

THE DONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1874. NUMBER 39 POETRY. H ni SONG. E cl BY ARTHUR O'5RATOGHNESSEY. c1 ,Hs summer come without the rose, J1 Or lelt the bird behind? Is the blue changed above thee, 1 O world I or am I blind? at Will you change every flower that grows, E Or only change this spot, J Where ahe, who said, "1love thee, " Now says, " 1 love thee not ?" Is The sky seemed true above thee, w The rose true on the tree; The bird seemed true the summer through, D But all proved false to me: World, is there one good thing in you, D Life, love, or death-or what? Since lips that sang. "I love thee," H Have said, "I love thee not?" " I think the sun's kiss will scarce fall Into one flower's gold cup; d I think the bird will miss me, h And give the summer up Oh sweet placel desolate in tall, Wild grass, have you forgot d How her lips love to kiss me, ti Now that they ...

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. — 6 June 1874

glanalbCýsonvile Obicf. nublished Every Saturday. 6AMICUS HUMANI GENERIS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR Asr PROaRIETOR. 01icial Journal of the State of Louisiana. Ofcial Journal of the aih of Ascension. TER*S OF 8UBSCRIPTIO.T: One copy, one year................$3 00 43eee y, six months................ 1 50 Six copes, one year.................15 00 T4welve copies, one year ............25 00 Payable invariably in adlvanee. AD VERTISING RATES: A sguare Is the space occupied by ten lines Agate type, about of an inch;j SQUARES. 1 mo. 2 om3. wos.l6 mIos. year 1aquare..$ 300I$500$'650$11 500 2 sqaares. 500 d 0o 9 50 1.00 20 00 3 squares. 7 00 11 00 -1250 19 00 25 00 4 H4Uares. 850 14 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 5 (wares. 1t 00 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 6 squares. 11 1500 19 00 30 00 40 (0 7 aquare'. 13 5t 20 00 21 00 33 00 44 00 Sqares. 15 00 22 00 24 00 36 04) 48 00 3 column . 25 09 32 50 40 00 50 00 70 00 column. "5 00 42 50 50 00 70 00.100 00 column. 45 0t s 56 60 001 50 00 125 00 Transient adverti...

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. — 6 June 1874

'onalbhnui.le 'bid in Office in Crescent Place. ta Subscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. T m OFFICJAJ *IRCTOnRT. ca Fourth Judicial District. fComprising the patuhes of Ascension, St. si James, St. John thea htist and St. Charles.] District Judge,...........Othello J. Flagg, District Attorney~.. ....orrie Marks. B SveTeth Senatorial District. re (Comprising the parishes of Ascension and (1 St. James.] State Senator ............George E. Boyce. a Parish of Ascension. Represestative...... . .ierre Landry. Ta o r... . harles N. Lewis, I, par" Jurge.........John A. Cheuver,. ParouhAttJnoy.........Prederiek Duffel, (Ilek o iefth(i0W ,.. ..John D. Cantey, Recorder...... ...... -Charles leks. H Secretary O. ,.H ... Octave Terrio Treasurer ...............c ristian Kline, Tax Coletor...........L. E. Bentley, . . . . . . Do AaronvHille. ...Jail Physician.......... . M.1ei Galliard, Official Journal..D... oni' vilieC CloIveF. POLICe Jur ots.-Pierre Landrk, Presi dent; J. ib. Hebert. Louis ...

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. — 6 June 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. A FEMALE coiffure builder in New York elvertises herself as "Hair-dresser to Miss Nellie Grant." 'T'IE telegraph is now extended to Pan ian by the way of Key West, Cuba and thier West India islands. Two men crossed Webster Lake in i'ranklln, N. H., on May-day, and found the ice a foot thick, and firmly fixed to the bhore. THE National Baptist knows a man who boasting that he has never given his wife a cross word in the twenty years they ianve been married. Those who know the tianuily best give the true reason, " he loesn't dare to." AUTOGRAPHS of George Washington are -olling in Philadelphia at $1 apiece. The manufacturers are about introducing some improved machinery, and when that is in lhey can be had at forty cents a dozen. rHE San Francisco News Letter describes a patriarch 111 years old, who never saw George Washington, and it thinks his name should be written in letters of fire for his moral courage in acknowledging it. This worthy patriarch is a Digg...

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. — 13 June 1874

THE DONALDSONVILLE UCHIIEP. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Sulbsription Prise, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1874. NUMBER 40. POETRY. THE OLD AND THE YOU'G. BY ILB3BT 1. POBRTn. Old Farmer Oakham one fine summer morn, Went out to his field to hoe his corn, And Joseph his son went along; They twain crossed a meadow wet with the dew That sparkled on grass and buttercups too, And waked up the blue-bird's glad song If Oakham was old, his boy was yet young, But both were alike in that each had a tongue That mated the other right well In a fondness for going, though each went its way, And the two ways they went were asunder that day As straightly now I shall tell. "I think that by noon we shall make twenty rows, The weeds are not high and sharp are our hoes," Said the sire to Joe at his side; " Her eyes are as blue as th' violet's hue, And her lips are as sweet as her kisses are true," Said the boy with a b!ushing pride. 'What stuff is that you ...

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. — 13 June 1874

0oua1n5bloilbe higdn. Published Every Saturday. <AMICUS HUMANI GENERIS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AriD PROPRIETOR. Offcial Joual of the State of Louisiana. I Scial Journal of the Parish of Ascension. TEMYS OF SUBSrJRIPTIOS: Oe copy, son meatr .................I3 100 O ne c o p y, o n e y a ru , . . .- . . ..- . . . J 4)ne copy, six months,.15 00 Six copke5, one year,........--- . . 00 Twelve copies, one year,......-----.. 0 Payable invariably in advance. AD VERTISING BATES: A square is the sace occupied by ten lines Agate type, aboaut ~.of an ineh.J SSQUARES. I mo. moe. 3 moe. 6 mo. It year Sequare.. 3 00 $ 500 $ 6 11 500 t squares. 500 800 9 50 15 0 00 Ssquare. 7 0 11 00 12 19 25 00 4 squares. 850 14 001509 23 003000 5 squares. 10 16 00 17 00 27 35 00 6 square. 11 1800 19 0 30 00 4 00 7 quares. 13. 00 210 3300 44 00 8 square. 15 s 22 00 24 480 I olumn. 35 42 o50 08 7 100 e .1oo.lam . 45 00 59 o60 0g 90 00.125 00 Transient advertisements $1 00 per square first insertioa; each su...

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. — 13 June 1874

mdatbsonuillt (1 iet Office in Crescent Place. Subscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL DIRnECTORW Fourth Judicial District. [Cotuprising the parishes of Aacension, St. James, St. John the Baptist and St. Clharles.] istrict Judge, ..........Othello J. Flagg, District Attrney ... Morris Marks. Seventh Senatorial District. [Comprising the parishes of Ascension and St. James.] State Senator,............George E. Boyee. Parish of Ascension. iepresentative........... erre Laidry, ...... - ............----.a rle N. Lewis. l'arsah Judge............ Johne A. Cheeerra. Parish Attorney --.------ i I)Cne, Clerk of the Court........ Jole I). Cantey, lieoorder................. Charles Geeks, Secretary .............. (Octave Terrio, TSreasurer .;-............ Christian Kline, Tax Collector ........... L. E. Bentley, Sheriff ................... Aar l Hilliard, J al l'hv uieian............. W. M. M, GaeHiard, fltieial Journal,-...... Dovill. C..ie. Poti.iu' J10oisi.-Plierre Landry, Presi ...

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. — 13 June 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. EIGHa hundred superfluous marriage able females in Easton, Pa., live a silent protest against the advice given to young men to go West. AsABKL Mix, of Polkville, Conn., a sprightly youth of 80, was married the other day to Bella Landon, aged 14. Who says that '. crabbed age and youth cannot live together? " FROM soundings made by Mr. John Mc Kinney, an experienced navigator and old resident in the vicinity of Lake Tahoe, Cal ifornia; it appears that the greatest depth of that remarkable body of water is 1,646 feet. MRS. MAROARrr MARTIN, of Dublin, Ire land, has obtained a patent for improve ments in the construction of balloons and other aerial bodies, and in the means of navigating them, so as to control the directlon in which they shall travel. CAPTr. BRYNTrr, who has long been sta tioned on the fur-seal islands of Alaska, believes that the natives are of Japanese origin, and possess noticeable characterist ics of that race. They are quick t. arn, tractabl...

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. — 20 June 1874

THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEV A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1874. NUMRER 41. POETRY. TWO LOVERS. BY GEORGE ELIOT. Two lovers by a moss-grown spring: The, leaned sofr cheeks together there, Mingled the dark and sunny hatr, And heard the wooing thrushes sing. O budding time! O love's blest prime! Two wedded from the portals stept; The bells made happy caroling, The a:r was soft as fanning wings, White petals on the pathway slept. O pure-eyed bride I U tender pride! Two faces o'er a cradle bent: Two hands above the headwerelocked, These p5 essed each other while they rocked, Those watched a life that love had sent. O solemn hour! O hidden power! Two parents by the evening fire: The red light fell about their knees On heads that rose by slow degrees Like buds upon the lily spire. O patient life! O tender strife! The two still sat together there. Thered light shore about theirknees; But all the head...

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. — 20 June 1874

ýýrnamarille bidf. Published Every Saturday. 4AMICUS UUMANI GENERIS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OMoial Journal of the State of Louisiana. OffioiSlJounal of the Parish of Ascession. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year .... .....$3 00 One copy, six months,................-.1500 Six copies, one yeara...............5 00 Twelve copies, one year .........-00.* Payable invariably in advance. AD rgETISIYG RATES: 4 square is the space ocoaspied by tea lines Agate type, about iof aui incb. J sqsana. I m3. 1ao0. 3 mos. 6 mos.. Iyear s f0are..3 6 4650 01 0 15 0 2 squares. 5 8 950 10020 00 3 squares. 7 00 11 00 1250 1900 25 00 4 squares. 8 30 1400 1500 2300 30 00 S squares. 10 00 1600 17 00 27 00 3500 6 squares. 11 50 1800 19 00 300 4O0 7 squares. 13 30 2000 21 00 33 00 44 00 S squares. 15 00 22 00 24 00 3600 00 os*iasn . 25 00 3250 4000 5000 7 00 column. 3500 42 50 50 00 70 00 10000 column . 45 00 52 50 00 001 90 00.125 00 Transient advertisemnents $1 00 per square Arst in...

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