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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 20 June 1874

pana aunbiHe f1inf. ogce C crescent Place. besoriptioa Price, Three Dollars a Year. eg g'ICIAL DIRECTORi. Fouth Judicial District. C the parisles of Ascension, St. 5LILFthe Baptist and St. Charles.] District Jude,... .M .Othello J. Flagg, Distriet Atterneyr,---- - r Swasik Smaterial District. Ce gI the parishes of Ascension and St. Jmsae.l eg oe ]a.te Se.au....eorge E. Bo.e.. parisk of Ascension. Tr A'r.. ....... . . Pierre La ircy, TaxColle~e to , - Charles N. l ewis, Parish Judge, -----,- A. Cheelerir. Prish AttrnHle . rederick DuTiel, Clerk of the creont,.......Joh . (antey, Becardert .ey. Charles Ocks, Scery-,------- ... tave Terrie, Tretasrer..... ....Christian Kline, Tr easrer, ..... . e.. t Bintll Shberi Noe. Jail l'kvsiaci.k . ...W3. Met:allliard, (JRei.i Journal, .....h Jhon'ville C Ic. Pos~ JLiRORs. Pierre Landry, Presi dant; J. B. Hebert, Louis Lellanc, Henry lbey'aii, H1illery Hirs. BOARD OF SCHOO)L lDiRF.CTOas.-Pierr Laaidry, President ; liodolpi"' Braud, Secre Bentley....

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. — 20 June 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. THE Mammoth Cave of Kentucky is ad vertised to be let. THERE is a new sursery in Boston un der the guidance of charitable folks, where working women may leave their babies du ring the day. THE London correspondent of the Liver pool Daily Post announces as an illustra tion of modern journalistic enterprise that the London Tnmes has secured a private telegraph wire between Paris and Lon don. The cost is said to be about £3,000 a y< ar. A CALroRNIAN medical amateur pub lishes the discovery that if you get your facs inflamed by the poison-ivy, the appli cation of a good strong mustard plaster will speedily make you forget all about the smarting caused by the irritating vine. CANADA seems inclined to drop its trans continental railroad scheme. The Premier recently announced that operations had been suspended for the present on the ground that the railroad would not be needed soon. The great difficulty, he said, was in getting across the Cascade range, which, a...

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. — 27 June 1874

9C * THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subs'ription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1874. WHM_,tA? POETRY. CERES. A VISION OF THE DAY The wheat was flowing ankle-deep Across the field from side to side. And dipping in he emeiald waves The swallows flew in circies wide. The sun, amoment flaring red, Shot level rays athwart the world; Then quenched his fire behind the hills With rosy vapors o'er him tourled. A sweet. insinuating calm, is A calm just one remove from sleep, Such as a tranquil watcher feels, Seeing mild stars at midnight sweep Through splendid purple deep, and swing their old, ripe clusters down the west To where, on undiscovered hills, The gods have gathered them to rest A calm like that hung over all The dusky groves, and filtered lhrough The thorny hedges, touched the wheat Till every blade was bright with dew. Was it a dream? We call thinirs dreams When we must needs do so, or own Beitet in old, ...

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. — 27 June 1874

onabsekille id. Published E, er' &Sturday. ai6IYcisiHYMANJ GENERIS." LINEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND Iao'ItWIIJTOR. Official Journal of the State of Louisiana. Official JouxnulafteParie u of Ascension. TE.lMXt OF' ttJ1ih(RIPT1OX:r ra y rse aetrlo th)e copy, one year .............. $3 0 One ooy, six unathe,....--------**--.15 0 Nix copiso,o000year,...... ...........15 o Twelve copies, one year ..........-.200 Payable invariabls in advance. ADVER TIINOG fdTES: A square is the space oce pied by tep li2es Agate type, about I of ag inch.) sQrUnaS. Imo. 'ino]. mon . 6au15. I year l sqaare.- 3 80155001$ 6 o0 $11 1500 ) e. 5 00 8001 950 15 20 00 3gas'es. 7 00 11 00 12 50 19 2500 4 squares. 130 1400 15 00 `.:'l 3000 5 aquages. to 0 16 00 17 00 27 00 3 00 squares. 11 18 1900 3000 40 00 squares. 13 00 21 02 33 00 44 00 Hsquares. 15 0 200 24 00 3680 4800 jeeluma . 500 5 J 50 4000 5040 70 00 colnmu . 35 42 50 00 70 10000 I column. 45 :r2 50 60 00 90 00 12 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. — 27 June 1874

g analksonille ief. piae u crescent Place. Subecriptics I"oe, three Doa Is a yo. Fourt Jucial DIftiot tEoiapri~l7LthbpraPe of AscenaiOu. St. Jsiaea,~ ~ ~~ 3t ~ is n i. Charlesm. District Judgi,... --O- J. Fag. Iistrict Asrsey, ........ Morris Marke. the1W patiw o Aaesasies and fit. aasmes. Seat. Semater ....... sge E. Boree. Pazish of Eepresttive e Landr, .. ......... ..Joe A. lleiar, ....ah.. ..e................d.k.. Jckohn tA.rks, L. E. Parish AttorCeyit, .. eeic D uffel, Clerk of tbe Sor, ...............Octave TerriP , eretare y...............-hristian Kline, Tax Colleetet ...........L.. E. Betletiy, ................ Aaron Hill, Uni.. . ...... . . - - . . Mo.r MeGalliard, Js*rry Ideine.-.... .. , C -- ILeor. Jo mani, .......... PoLICS JURORS. Piece Lanary, Presi ilent; J. B. oebert, Loues eonlauC, Henry Heyrman~, Miliesy Nice. IBoAiW OF SCHOOL DiacrTo . -PieLre Laundry, President Brodlphe Brned, Se. e rr H. HTll. (arleT N. Lewis Jaco Waerner, Jacksof t~ark,, L. E. Tows of Dda,3a....

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. — 27 June 1874

THE TRANSIT OF VENUS. The Great AstronomiCal PhendneOen of the Century-Plans and Details of the Ameriean Expeditions v4Ilue of Results"to bE Obtine- Popul Review of the Whole Subject. [From the Washington Chronicle, May 20.1 The transit of Venus across the disc of the sun, which will take place December 8, 1874, is regarded by the scientific world as the most important astronomical event of the century This article is not designed to instruct the learned in such matters. or to in any way afford them the slightest information, but It is written for that infinitely larger class of readers who have but a moment to take from the severer occupations of life to gain knowledge of those transactions whiah, while advancing science and mak ing the men of theory and imagination more god-like, have a direct tendency to ameliorate the conditions of people and to bless mankind. The main thing, that is to say, the pecuniary consideration-the result that will pay-is bound up in the idea that the ob...

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. — 4 July 1874

THE DONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1874. NT.BLE~43. POETRY. THE MAPLES. In-the shadow of the maples That cluster round my home, i I watch the silent changes That with the seasons come. 'Tis nine and thirty summers t Since the naked prairie land, With the slender forest saplings, ii Was planted by my hand. Then so slende , now so sturdy, Their round tops towering high, While beneath them, on the greensward, j The cool dark shadows lie. Beneath these spreading branches, Cool as the sky o'ere.st, I dream of the boundless future And muse on the mighty past. Here sometimes quiet voices f Speak to my inner ear, In soft and render accents, o What none but I can hear. d And I think, but not with sadness, 1 When 1 in earth am laid, d How alter generations Will bless this grate~thl shade. b That here will children gather a For eport at summer noon, When clover blooms are drooping...

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. — 4 July 1874

S onalionbiUl Q13itf. l'ublihwed Everybiaturday. IAMILcS IUMlAl NI GENL ElS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND 'IoPHuIO IETOR. Official Journal of tSie State of Louisiana. 0fflcialJournal of the Parish of Ascension. TERMtS OF SUJSCRIPTJO1: One £opJ. o1e yar ...... . ,3 0 One copy, ix wonths,................- , 00 .sx cpioi, one y-eaY ...............---... l'wolvo eopi0s, one year,..........-..-· Payable invariably in advance. AD VERTISING RATES: A square is the space occupied by ten li.es Agdte type, about t of an inch.J squuAESe. I se. 2 a oes. 3 iunlo. 6 Ios I year Iaquare.. $ 3 0 $ 5 00 50 11 0$15 00 2 quares. 5 008 8 i9 15 00 20 00 3 squaef. 7 t011 12 15 9 00 25 00 4 squares. 85. 14 00 15 00 2 00 30 00 5 square. 10 00 16 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 ti qumres. 11 18 00 19 00 31 00 40 00 7 squarea. 13 50 20 0021 00 31 00 44 00 8 sqares. 15 00 22 00 24 00 :; 00 48 00 Soelumnn. 200 32 50 440 00 50*01 70 01) 3coluhmn . 5 O.) .2 500 000 70 100 00 eoluun . 45 91 52 501 000 00.125 00 Transient Rl...

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. — 4 July 1874

Ofcce in Crescent Place. Subscription Price, Thme Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL DIRECTOIRY. rourth Judicial District. 'Cnmprising the parishes of Ascension. St. James, St. John the Baptist and St. Charles.] District Judge,...........Othello J. Flagg, l)istrict Attorney., ........Morris Marks. Seventh Senatorial District. 1Comprising 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 tile Court,....... John I). Cantey. Recorder, ................Charles Gecks, S.eretary, ................Octave Terrio, Treasurer,.... ............Christian Kline, Tax Collector, ............L. E. Bentley, isheriff,............ .....Aaron Hill. Jail Pysiian,.............W.M. Me lliard, Ofieial Journal,........ Don'ville CIIIEF. OLICE JURoRs.--Pierre Landry, Presi lent ; J. B1. Hebert, Louis LeBl...

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. — 4 July 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. LIBERIA iow has a navy. It consists of one small steamer, which was built in England. EMILY FAITHFULL insists that the in temperate use of ice water is the chief cause of bad health among American wo men. A KENTUCKY lady has compromlsed a breach of promise suit (damages laid at $20,000) by accepting $5 and a new cihig non. AMno;a the most recent additions tp the menagerie of the London Zoological Soci ety are a white-cheeked flying squirrel and four bladder-nosed seals. Flrraux foreign invaders from Mary- i land are captives in Virginia dun$eoils for thehigh political crime of catching crabs in the waters of the Old Dominion. A Saar FRANCISCO man has been sued I for $20,000 by another man whose wife he t lured away from him. The idea seems to be that he may keep the woman if he will pay the money. A BELcRsrTrowN, Mass., (log of the shepherd breed, was sold, the other day, and taken on the cars some thirty miles into Connecticut, but surprised his former mast...

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. — 11 July 1874

THE DONA LDSON V ILL CHIUE . A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOJ UME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1874. -NUMBER 44. I" POETRY. COURSE OF TRUE LOVE. I .-AgQUAINTANCE. Wi May is fair Sunshine gilds the balmy air; m Promises most rich and rare Whisper round us everywhere. lo Has she Irowns? Ah, yes; we know them. p1 but ahe has her blossoms too; And the sly coquette will show them, Pt Wishing what she dare not do. D Se II.-IRINDSHIP. w June is dear; of But the promise of the year Pi Yields no ripe fruition here; Flowers are less than they appear. cc Has sae roses? More and sweeter Than the fairies ever grew; Yet I wait a joy completer Than these June days ever knew. II.-BROTHnR AND I8STEBHOOD. Fond July! 'Neath this warmer, brighter sky, r All her graces multiply. T Shkll my soul be glad or sigh! G Hopes for fruit and fesa a of blighting Work, within my anxious heart, Si Strange mosaica, most delighting When most innocent of art....

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. — 11 July 1874

Sonalb onbilc C bihf. Published Every Saturday. ,"AMICUS IIUMANI GENJERIS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EurITOR A.D D 11 ;O I'1:Il:fCOi, Official Journal of the State of Louisiana. Official Jour.al of the Parish of Ascension, TEIgJLS OF ,"d UBSCHRIPTION: Ont copy, one year. ...................3 : 00 4n1e copy, six ouths.................. I 51) SpicS, oe eal .............15 00 'iTwelv copies, one y.'1" ..............5··- 00 Payablei invariably in advance. A D VEI TISI.VG lRATES : A e;quare is the space occulpied by ten lines Agate type. about of an inch.) SQUARES. I lo. 2 os. :31 1os. 0 lIos. I year I aquare.. + 3 00) i 00 $ i 5( $11 00o $5 t)N Ssqutares. 5 00 t 00 9 5r) 15 00 20 00 : squares. 7 (i 11 t OIt 2 X 19 00 05 O0 4 squares. S 5) 11 I 0 I., 00 2:3 00: 3)O 0.o 5 squares. 10 O.l 16 0)(0 l 27 001 00) : oquars. 11 5:1) 15 00 19 00 30 (00 40 00 7 squLares 13 50 20 H001 1 O() :.1 0) 44 00 A sLares. 1' 5 00 22 t) .I (N) 3f6 00 45 00 Sohn,.o 25 5)0 32 50) 40 00 50 0 70 00 S~tolunll :3 0) 12 ...

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. — 11 July 1874

goaotsnibile 4icft. Office in Creaent Plaes.. Bubscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Fourth Judicial District. [Comlprising the parishes of Ascension. St. James. St. John the Baptist and St. Charles.] i)istrict Judge,...........Othello J. Flagg, District Attorney,......... orris Marks. Seventh Senatorial District. [Comprising the parishes of Ascension and St. James.] State Senator,...........George E. Bovce. Parish of Ascensi6n. Representative, ......... Pierre Landry. ...........Charles N. Lewis. Parish Judge,...........John A. Chtevers, 'Parisl Attorney.........Frelerick Duffel, Clerk of the Court,.......Joi D. ('antey, iRecorder ................Charles Gleeks, eretary. ................ Octave Terrio, Treasurer.......... ....Christian Kline, Tax Collector,...........L. E. Bentley, Sheritf .................Aaron H]ill. Jail Physician,...........W. M. McGalliard, O)licial Journal,.......... Don'ville CIIEF. 'OI.ICE JURtORS.-Pierre Landry, Presi dent; J. B. iH...

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. — 11 July 1874

THE NATIONAL BANK ACT. Full Text of the New Currency Law. AN ACT to fix the amount of United States notes, provide for the redistribution of the national bank currency, and for other pur poses. SECTION 1. Be it enacted, etc., That the act entitled, " An Act to provide a national currency, secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and to provide for the circula tion and redemption thereof," approved June 3, 1864, shall hereafter be known as "The National Bank Act." Sgc. 2. That section thirty-one of the Na tional Bank Act be so amended that the sev eral associations therein provided for shall not hereafter be required to keep on hand any amount of money whatever, by reason of the amount of their respective circula tions; but the moneys required by said sec tion to be kept at all times on hand shall be determined by the amount of deposits in all respects as provided for in said section. SEc. 3. That every association organized, or to be organized, under the provisions of the said ac...

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. — 18 July 1874

THE DONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1874. NUMBER 45. POETRY. MY NEAT LITTLE NEIGiBOR. BY KATE PUTNAM OSGOOD. I have a neighbor, so spick and span, In his glossy suit of black and yellow; Never, sure, since the world began Was such a comical fool of a - liow! With bis knowing wink' And bts pert, little prink, And that plain conceit of his whistle mellow. When the locust blossoms begin to swell And the chestnut leav-s are so thick together, Unider their roof it is hard to tell Whether 'tis stormy or sunny weather. That ia the time, it the merry iMay prime, When my friend is in tullest feather. One momeat up in the top of the tree, Then back with a se. I-important rustle; The care of the univi-rse has he, If one might Judge by his busy bustle. And yet wl hal He does nothing at all, In spite of that reckless waste of muscle. My neat little neighbor, be off with yourself! Y...

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. — 18 July 1874

ºAM1I('' U', ' h AN I Ul.ENI;Ius LINDEN E. BENTLEY, ELri£l AND II 'Ii 'IfET(I. Official Journal of the State of Louisiana. Official Journal of the Parish of Ascension. (4~,i. 4q41 c.1 ~ 510 . z 'i t toI l Val ... . 41 ; I10 tIQI X . i e . ,i.".. 4 11 4, 1 1. N 1'ac": 1 :: ria ,1 i ic cl I spi'i Ii, I))) *40)i*.11 ; of a inch. - I (cutII t m 3 1IIj 444).4 tea 3; $141144 11 0i1 II 6 I 501,1 44)1 0 ., 1(1) .ý .gtt i'," -1 ", tll i i3 . .I 15 )I) :.' (In aq~ue; .of 1 ) "!.1' ' 0) 5 $ *$ sq~ $u 'i0 I1144l I3= 0041 °:3 Q40 :#4 044 5 situu 10 o41 44 44 1; 4il 0) i '35 (444 1.s un + j1 5 1 114 1 41 44(40 344 4I(4 .40 00 sg.t;2 "$. .d 1 N :3:4 o 14 04) 42144l iu 1. '" $401 3 '.1 50 1 ll(N) ;4) 4N4l i 00 (i I 4lul~i~l . - pI 441'.' (744 )uoil 'o 4'0 1 04 05 44 TI".444s14llt 1440041 iS(21144 fil 01 (40 014115 I (1:r .Xdc 1111 4 1111 4 s 1(11 1 1'(. edlitorl i' not Icsp'ullsiilel for thel \-ir.Ws (;.r\yais (:authracax, Esq. i s:authoriz(.d to solicit and collect iiubsriptiunl. t, the C'IILE. ''...

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. — 18 July 1874

eomalbunlbillc blit. Office in frescent Place. Subscription Price, Three Dollars a Year. OFFICIAL IIIRECTOJIY. Fourth Judicial District. [Comprisinlg the pirishes of Asecs,.ioin . St. .James, St. John the Baptist awl. St. Charles.] District Judge,...........)Othello J. Fla1gg. District Attorney ........ Morris M:arlks. Seventh Senatorial District. [Comprising the p rishe, of Ascension and ,St. James.] State Senator .. ........Georp," E. Bwllue. Parish of Ascension. Representative,........... 'ierre Lauiry. .........-..Chries N. iLewis. Parish Judge,...........J. ohn A. ('heevers, Parish Attorney........... rederik )uffel. C'lhrk of the Court .......l. I)n D.t'autey. iRecorder................ ( ler..' (; oe.k s, Secretary. .............. Oct:lve Terrio, Treasurer,................. Ch isti in Kliiie, Tax Collector...........L. E- Beutly. Sheriff ...... ............. Aaron M ii .ail l'PHici:iu ............. %'. M. McCalli;ard. Official Journal.......... Don'ville CIIEF. ]'OLICE JunoRs....

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. — 18 July 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. THE swallow-tail coat is in danger. The Czar danced in a frock coat while in arng land. A Maw in Needham, Mass., who was bitten by a neighbor's dog. is suing its owner for $10,000. EIGHTY-TWO cities in Germany now boast of cremation societies. But we have yet to hear of the first case of cremation. As elderly lady in New Hampshire moved to another town this spring, carry ing among her household treasures four teen cats. D~rALCATIONs are not exclusively American. It is just discovered that 2,000, 000 rubles have disappeared somewhere in the administration of the Mo-cow Rail way. A TRaNr boy on the Chicago and Alton Railroad recently found a wallet contain ing $5,300 which he returned to the own er, and was rewarded by being presented with a box of cigars. As Albany man who was demonstrating t~ a crowd that there was no such thing as hydrophobia, was the first to shin up a barber's pole when a small yellow dog came rushing down the street. A YOUNG woman who su...

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. — 25 July 1874

THE DONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper-Subscription Price, Threg Dollars per Annum. VOLUME III. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1874. NUMBER 46. POETRY. BABY OR BIRD? But is he a Baby or a BirV?" Sometimes I fancy I do nt know' His voice is as sweet as I ever heard Far up where the light leaves blow. Then his lovely eyes, I think, would see As clear as a Bird's in the upper air; And his red-brown head, it seems to me, Would do for a Bird to bear. " If he were a Bird," you wisely say, " He would have some wings to know him by;" Ah. he has wings, that are flying away Forever-how fast they fly: They are flying with him, by day, by night; Under suns and stars, over storm and snow, These fair, fine wings, that elude the sight, In softest silence they go. Come, kiss him as often as you may Hush, never talk of this time next year, For the same small Bird that we pet to day, To-morrow is never here! Mas. PIATT. MISCELLANY. THE COMING FUEL. Peat Turned into Cannel Coa...

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. — 25 July 1874

gonalbsonibill kid. 1'uhlish1e d Every Satudaly. 1AMIdcS IIUMANI GENEIUS." LINDEN E. BENTLEY, Official journa] of tý e tat of Louisiania. Official Journal of the Parish of Ascension. 7£1.({$ 4F SCNSCHIP'TION. One copy, oe . ..... $3 00 One copy, Nix months ........... ..... 1 50 1Ix cfpies, 'wne year .............. 1 (N I'we"ve cophis, mne year .......... ' 0 1'aablr invariably in advance. .1 1) VEl TISING B. I TES: A square ih the samer occupied by ten lines Agate tylse abianot of an jueh.i SQuAREs. I nio. '1nitis. 31mans. 6u os. I year (t squaea.. $ 3011 $ :) 00 ¢ (1 50 $11 00º $15 m ' squares. 5 0t S 40N 9 540 13 00 20 00 a nsqares. 7 IMI 11 00 12 :dt 19 00 45 1t) 4 squares. 8 t0 14 14N) 15 MI .3 0It 30 tN) .5 s5qares. 111 INt) l6 Ott 17 ItI 27 01N 35 tNt 4i spuluetS. 11 50 1I Ott 19 0) 30 00 411 (N4 7 squares. 13 50 lIN) !1 1Ni 33 0t 44 10) A squares. 15 00 22 00 24 I0) 'if6 I0) 4S (NI 4 colmn . 25 0) 32 ;Nt 40 IN) 54) 0t 70 011 s colulmnt . 3. 00 4"! It SI tN 7Il tNt 100 tNt 1 ...

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