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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 12 December 1874

z JrtralbsoDRlit pietl. Ofioe in Crescent.Plan. .Bubscription Price, Three Dollas a Year. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Fourth Judicial District. [Comprising the parislh s of Ascension, St. James, St. John thefaptist n.f'St. Charles.) District Jud e,.. ..........Othello J. Flagg, DisttiAt ttu ........Mrris Marks. B~rith Senatorial District. [Comprising the parishes of Ascension and dt. James.] State Senator, ............George E. Bovcc. Parish of Ascension. Representative... ........ Pierre Landry, S .. ..........Charles N. Lewis, :Parish Judge,...........John A. Cheevers, Parish Attorney,......F...rederick Dufflel, ,Clerk of the Court,.......John D. Cantcy, Recorder, ..... ........ Charles (ecks, .Secretary, ................Octave Terrio, Treasurer,................Christian Kline, STax Collector,............L. E. Bentley, Sheriff,.................. Aaron Hill, .Jail Phasician,... ......... W. M. McGalliard, Official Journal,.:........ )on'ville CHIEF. POLICE JUnons.-Pierre landry, Presi .den...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 12 December 1874

W%1-j5na Ypa95?* The siatl! annual message of Presi deut Grant was presented to Congress and readI to that bods last Mon-l day and publbehed in the newspapers TuesMay. It is a most admirable State 'peyrs, tilighly ltad4d by the leading journals of botsh lpaties, aid we regret that our limited space pke cludes publication of the full text. For the following syuoklis of the mtes sage we are indebted to the columni of the New Orleans RleputlIcnan : Commencing with the general con ditiou of the counltry, the prostration of out financial affairs cllmpluS ed with the abundanuce of labor and capitl is noted. The views of the President on this sibject. will generally be con sidered sound. The necessity for the creation of our debt is acknowledged, but the equal necessity for a currency "good wherever civilisation reigns," and the imperative denanti that there should be no delay in returning to a specie basis earnestly advocated. 'There must be positive action to re deemt our pledges to comm...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 19 December 1874

THE DONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. OmIolal Journal of the State of Loultsana, Parish of Asoenmlon and Town of Donaldsonvlle. VOLUME IV. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1874. NUMBER 15. lonalbsombilu e rQtirf. Atoleaa Hamali Oeneaie. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper, Published Every Saturday, at Do.alcdaeaille, Ascension Paruh, La., -BY LINDE1 E. BEITLEE, EnIroI AND PRoPRnIra. T.At*S OF SUf;'C1'IPTION: One copy, one year ................... $3 00 One copy, six months, .... ............. I 50 .ix copies, one year, .... ............ 15 00 Twelve copies, one year.............. 25 00 Payaole invariably in advance. AD V1RE2'ISINAG RATE8: {A squsre is the space occupied by ten lines Agate type, about l of an inch.J o.A tac. i me. 2mo. nl3mos.s imos. I year I se. 3e. 003 $5 00 $6 50$1100 $1500 syn:p.es. 5 000 800 9 50 1500 2000 3 asi ~ res. 7 001 11 0112 501 19 00 25 00 4 stttares. 85 14 00 15 00 3 '00 30 00 5 as,. s. 10 00 1 00 17 00 27 00 35 00 d ..(t teei. 1, 50 18 001 1 00 30 00 40 00 / ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 19 December 1874

annaisonbit1 s xtf, Published Every Saturday. foilal Journal of the State of Louisiana. D1o5al Journal ofthe Prih of Ascenason. Ofotal Journal Town of Donaldionville. .IJNDhN e. BENTLEY, ]DITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ,C Postmasters are authorised and re quested to not as agente for the Caulr. SJob prtintng i the highest style of the art at New Orleans prioe I Leave your orders at the 'tnmr office. Saturday, December 19, '74. Merry Christmas ! ;,Good time to take the CHIEF, now. Strong efforts are being made by the legal friends of Boss Tweed to se cure his release from the penitentiary upon a writ of habeas corpus, but so far their endeavors have been unsuc cessful and it is likely the law will continue to hab his corpus in its clutches. The Returning Board has nearly finished its labors and it is expected the promulgation of returns will be commenced in 'to-morrow's 1epubli can. The Carroll contest has been settled'by'the retunru of J. A. Gla, Esq., candidate for the state Senate against ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 19 December 1874

FFPICIAL IlIRECTOURW.i (C i of dAsoension, St. .J wi Wtit Ah 8t. Charles ] ef Judge,..Ai.--, .O.. tkello J. Flagg, . .:. . .N.orrie Markse [Cempris iang the parishes of ani nd it. James. spP e,...........ierre andry, P t..rr,. --.......... - Dfel, den B. ,Hebert LoPts i Henry tryrdTrasurer; . . Hil, Charles . icial, Jbou Warn er, Jaon Starks, L. E. .yhar.ser ........ .. Weinsdhencr, at analTreasre . . -d. h Lewi, ... B...eb .r...r Jaconiat'aid , :. E . s r, . ..........Aug Beregea, ollesor. .. . ........ug..c 6egieeb, Official Journal .........D'ville CHIEF, Wharf-Master,............Raphael Mousse, Mare Lesee......._.Guastave Dupe, Ferres ,........... Miel Laaou, - 0-o ? or AD S. B. Le sm, .oe. Burbridge........ ist Ward. Jolla1'Lt.t Joseph`JOhuson,.. .3rd xTI~F '' - . L l 0, 01, A& T. L 8., DaawiPs.s .aer Trtlui.n4c es New ON - leans, m- head of Canal street, :t7:45 ArsatD*naldsonitville at 12 i..: , u -Pkiteoaste at 12:30 a . sa. etut LeaL h WRfblecastleat 12:45 P. X. Ls o ldo...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 19 December 1874

Three Dola, a Yewr. The Freedmean's Savlngs amk. The badly managed banking insti tution known as the Preedmen's Sav ings Bank, and wftic had brimch in stitution. ii riois parts of the coun try, all tepotting to the ceatral bank at Waiitipg , edtllpeed as it well known, more tian a year since. It was managep by mei with the best of intentions, be of insufficient OnineWl capactly te omndeet a baeking beei ness. Bad loans were made, and in, adequate eeurities were taken. The failure is due to that management of the eektral beak, but it affected every ' branchb baak, and the hard earnings of the peor depositors were sequest ered to over se errors of bad mans gers. Congreas apponte a committee to wind up the alirs f the 1wpok, but they are makilt tUiatisfactory pro grene, sd it is apparent tlat other measuresof relief mua t taken. It is rumored that a bill will be intro duced, directing the commisesioners to bring suit agahust the trustees, with a view to holding them personally responsi...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 26 December 1874

# :... "e dit t t - OmoiilaiJournal of the ý " 11#mwMI sI1 of *4ew '$~j~ U'n* I1O ivs4m .a. r4 L D~AtI*ON IM)~ LA, 8ATIaDAY, DEEUý8,IMA A1iia' 97peta Qqaql.. ) ý ýw++e$4 s prriihL Ls, ~rrr~,~ws~ieaalrpa5;pr Orlril~ai $W1re!4yt,f - J ,pi o I& PaQrp4 ITU *RI~sc~Paa,.,.l TZRYB ?F BF CB~T11V ~ L~sýBG' '7011: .; 'r oopiesý 9pe -.~...X ..-;........Z00 h « Usya1lekzmesIably ta advaaua. Ai)VZM SSI,9MG ATES: & equvae is the spare occupied by ten I=ae gb t oiMi. I m o. linO s. : imps. mos 1iya m , 1 eqare.. $3 00**o p 5 **soi 0o$150o f 6. 5910L 200(1o~r aýe 10000 811 123009 250(0 ,quare.. 850 14,0 1500 230 3000e I ~-iquares.1 .900 16 100 1740 0 t 7 417 3 squarcs. 1 018 1900 20 40U00 74qwrca. 13 51 0go 0 33.1*4400 eq Haree. 15 10044 GO 3600 4800 eelnmu 25' '3~0 40 50 7090 Su. 35 ' 42 5010 70 1000 45 5.500d 1~5 g i·ian e wý so" l i n no iurlmp'os BAl .Oiiieaedr Far esquae each issisw esaen -Io~' p a~jes .mmuuttnt U Ye1 : 4IhI r, Doaaldgoaqiflei 1* Busewe Lo' bmsadegpa'M1.e 1* ' Q~L~OIY ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 26 December 1874

i~amnIud Tom LI N DsmIbS.w &Ns e L4 IteUý dees s hepudth.e mboeS vtoerof urn-aL Th.Ial m g daserk NsY.M C. I. Darell in the Thisi Cesgtroimal Dbke1k I. 89. The tewi ,ete WA asfoUllws Darrell, 13,2731 hor i, " eddom have word. of emeormge poet sod approeatiooa oil with more pb.uIng tdat"lld open our editor Sal inrlular than thSe, from the Now Orleen me ~.e.e: by Mo.debe .1. Nmi A inoe Ji eelyt "mad. up" L""' ofi ll our weeL upm rth pe Lm~Is. alike urn the p oa h; silk. e dA dug ?The emiMr . s*. NatcMteebs .TdldMr heaesas tr oar blned sow, because we spoke of inlrie*ty prefseuasl obasner of supplying bie simmiary d partmset with Ibrusol woie receutly. sojpunrag ia Newo leas. lir .p we ge Sapabhe of tb, iag, and that our sasociations cles mas "I my thing but a gensemas." B. also avers we trled to " e.sare -or ars is his ow half bashl." *"1 that&'= 'am hs he was 4aieg. whem be ttreLthsrideet ru ssapea It is *orthy f mote tmhote a all - teptis of tim Whit Lbgme lawjygs t prove th...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 26 December 1874

94 ClalEpl ~b Dnu iri Amm "L Mi 1:a Pouaca JumOus. "_ PLI!I mO m Atemoy,. . C o. ..,. . . P r eiV C o . e Wh.,1Eid. Rp.SU BoARD OW ALaIN UL.~afmliI...u . i.e.. L A=~d ·····-···lrb ~~~ Ob J ;.;;;i:::: t, *~bC~ l~ T1d YAiLUZ I ., IL *&T. L S, Da dil M Arrives P IUOP k·-~ i~r FA · kCll 4-1 w at t a. ?.Dlas brunt sth i#ýtiiis. "` of. the t . Aroyal f 4 r aronm. TDeoh'e the ilvm~l i of Ok eup froi taxration1 9 i14,~C of ao tear 1eey " Ir-71, the'ry taab-4 pl:eo ad erpro ýyashouldo land"~~ 1ai$* go tihetilýili ` wart along. Thec I 1 Va~ats fpp "mpt from tazation in ofl Wavem# isrqurn&h or tandble; pro i uastieste isc .a laud " east ý[ - or, whial s amsuý Wae haw pra4se( be one al of the   cli .od.,' adOt waol. pa. day, u*eJ i wil, on 'isi tie"r o(tr O NWIS 1 so .lg WasiYI 1 da iha .ssº lag upm thinamm * 4 4 wathr#iag with muchinteu the our.-t~ alppiand chartnard. si The6 enjoymentlin remalaing at home. P '4vPjm· b'lu C inp~ *hduad$iin to the aa the n o,~~~i s f Lba co, 7 aa&ar...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 26 December 1874

lanalIeeniMfe Ebief. .-.. l-djr --,. -1 . .. Ax AwUL IAs.-.ilie a't4'$ lq Uthen Be.He had, Zla fees, a (eoee d mda4l -B Re sat;aL r id alternate sle in front of a red-hot saloonm *we, stld a Id #arta ' 4F7 - mers who were trying to out.lie each other. "TaIU slhat Ughtsi' ," sat i, *' I sEko sJ e.oI yeo lIasareml was eve struck, was you No t Wdlt, I was You see I ~Wset, d.in' prai rie ekiekens imn elinoy, last Aurunt, ai t irm aome dp thu .wfaeLt th * der istm I aeMr ase hL the whole efaree t my bls. Is asnal edts na 40% trforked ' drted at oa the sky Ill i.i eges. I got behind Shbystea. tai s notSW leaned over to the south, and .lteit tdogg I knowed thealghlath struck thi an die It ase, en moved toa wolgqt trpe that stod near, anl a. 4ouble-j'ipted boltrippedtht Into pplliters. I moved to maother tree and the lightnl~ e'k It. Then begn to think It nmeapt me, and so 1-jest walked out, Buopeda mywilf up, and took three or four of the d--dent claps I ever hcerd. It shuklt me ip right p...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 2 January 1875

IJOLUMKIV, DW¶A".. • ,,,+ + ,+.-, ..ll. LDS.ON.,7¶LLE, ,LA., SA'PWRDSY JA$JPJY-+ %4$7. " ¼l~ llm 1+ . -+ •b , . . bonalbsonbi ,t 14..ie, Atnoisl 1Hhaael Generis. AkWide.Awakhs:femelq Ne, Published Every Maturday, at Donaldsonville, Asosion Padsish, L.,, -- LINDEn E. BIETs,fl* Earron a.I P -orIa m. TERMS O SUBSBORPrTION. (One copy, one year .........,s..:..J 00 One copy, six moatha,................. Bix copies, ote year ............:...1S 00 FTwelve copies, one yer,.........0.... 00 Payable lavariably in ndvaMoe. ADVBRTISING RATE8: [A square is the pace occupied by ten linee Agate type, about of an inch.J 4q5a5. 1 mo. ~2 mos. 3mos. 6ms. year Isquare.. $ 300 $ 00 $ 650 11 00 5 00 Q squaree. 500 00 9501500 2000 .8 squares. 700It 00 1250 19 00 00 4 squares. 850 1400 15 00 00 00 Ssquares. 10 1600 17 00 21 43500 squares. 11 18 00 19 00 40 00 7 squares. 13 0 0 0021 00 33 0 44 00' 8 sqares. 15 2200 24 20 0 S 48 0 I column. 2 . 3 0 40 00 00 70 00 Acolumn. 5 4250 0 0 70 00 100 00 1 column. 45...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 2 January 1875

Pusaiphed Every y, 64ihTi enl of the State of Louisiana. OtheUonxt at eofriispOteAsh 5o Syio o eialti Jsprlea t ndsoril•l. LINDWI L B ENTLEY, L Po.st.rsste are uthelsdp and re quested to nt as a ty for the Cmarr. Job printing in the ighest style of the ar tlirew Orleans prsiel Leve yoear orders at ti 'u str , @a0 e. saturday, . iarury 2, . 1875. Wta's 'Warboth has bomnlt ation trolln indterest of the New Orleans Picaj.una establishident. The oficial majorityg for Mr. Duba clet for state Treasurer, as promul gated by the tnurOning BLard, is 95~. Editor v.t ee of tse . ;ames Bsn tins, sya that since his railroad pass was taken up by the 'accommodating pondictor, he prefeps thraeling by ateamboat. lingarcf's chief delight, in redien ,the newspapers.-Erzckahge. Yes; ,an, old Bis. especially de ights im eeading the: CrIEF. He saysr it'slthe blat paper ins Amnphi,. Bis marek is a great man. Mr. S. N. Mood.- the famoui "shirt kjng" of New Orleans, comimitted s.icid..ygepterday evening,.at ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 2 January 1875

Fourth Judicia District. Jame., t:.._ Jldtbtt t a St, harles. Disti tdge,..7 J. :...Othbel J4yw. District Attorney,..... .pvris Mark. ( Cnsiihiaand St. Jdins. . .State nenator ...........George E. Bovee. SPri of Asocension. R~ep~reuentabi·.. 3i Char........ Lewii, Parish .Ja4g, ..... . ..vetJ Parish ~Atet.ey,- ...-.. -- Clerk of the Court, .......Jo 8ecretary, ...... .... Treasurer .............. Tax Colli t,. ..... Sheriff,...... ........ Jail PhS ........ OfilelaIt J .. .... ie Do POLICE JUROfL .-FIdru dent4.'RI~tlebecio ous Hey u Hillery Ric|. , Ao.ºb dofi l tooI Diaataeas'-Pierro I 'FI4ddeat;'$o-apIi5 Brptd, Beoas. tary itrii 'rba~dth t U i:JIll, OLChriee N. Lewis, Jacob Warnes, A5ekoA trJ , L. , Bentley. ? My·.#·di~~j;";, E.. .; ..8 WI hea Attorney,................. 114. -au . , Secretary, ............... David Isral, Tree - t:......... -.h. tia ling, Aleto,r, ........ Be ea , Wharf-Mae er....... ".-. :. Rp ll deMusse, M arklc Ltesee,........I... tve Du , Ferrl c..a....ee,........

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 2 January 1875

Three Dollars a Year. The eounfece of the Sowthern peo pie I. the beedllelt of their Northern brethreisa senme, thing astonishing. In the ViCk riota, for ian pl., we are ex pet o believe that tirty white men attacked 700 colored men, and drove tlihie pelelt-ll;' iif 'the wogds, thogh the latter were well. ariea, nd hd marched on the tbwne with the Intention of giving battle. So we are told that though, the ne groes were strongly intrenched in one of the old forts, sad the whites were exposed in attacking them, yet, after a desmrte fight, the blacks were routed, lesing mty or eighty killed; while the whites lost but one, and this only by ha accident. The mir acle of the Hebrew children was noth ing to this. When we come to the truth of the matter, we shall probably find that it was simply another Me chanies' Instituie or Colfax massacre. -Chicago Iater-Oasss. A Sci,PrHRoa8 Rciox.-The Wio nemucca (Nev.) Silver State say: Right here in Humboldt, within 100 yards of the Central Pacific ...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 9 January 1875

THE DONALDSON VILLE CHIEF. Oltoial Jourmnal of the State of Louisiana, Parish of Asoesion and Town of Donaldsonville. VOLUME IV. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1875. NUMBER 18. I III .' III i •"~ I I 1m`lIIIii i . 1JI il i i ~ III l li II onaIbalsnb li Qtitif. Amiens Humani Generis. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper, Published Every Saturday, at Dmnldsonville, Aaoeasion Parish, La, LINDElN E. DENTLEY, Enrroa AoN PUaoramuroL TERMS OPF SUBSOCIPTION: One copy, one year,................... 3 00 One copy, six months,................. 1 50 oig copies, one year....................15 00 Twelve copies, one year,..............25 00 Payable invariably in advance. AD VERTIING RBAT8 : (A square is the space occupied by ten lines Agate type, about } of an inch.j quiVArs. I mo. 2moos. is. 6uos. I year I squatre.. $3 00$500$ 6 50$1100$13500 I squares. 500 800 950 1500 00 00 Ssquaree. 7 00 1100 1250 19 00 '5 00 4 squares. 8 50 14 00 15 00 23 00 30 00 Ssquares. 10 16 00 17 00 ~7 00 35 00 Ssquare...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 9 January 1875

OflaiojJo.nal of the Parish of Ascension. Ofcial Journal Town of Donaldsonville. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EPDIT PAD PROPIETOR. g Pti iiftei a, re Rbthoasdet ad' a quested to act p. ape fe t the Opusr. P'Job printiig in the highest style of the art at New Orle0hs prtses I Leave your orders at the rmar office. Sat1iday, January 9, 1876, Yesterday was the anniversary of the battle of New Orleans. Democratic editors attain unusual size in some portions of the Vest. An Indiana paper says a hog weighing 1180 pounds was recently killed in that State. Mr. Wm, S. Pike, the well known and universally respected New Or leans banker, died last Thursday of paralysis. Mr. Pike was a thorough business man, of enlarged and liberal ideas, and his loss will be felt by the entire community in which he lived and conducted his extensive financial operations. Hallo! another piratical newspaper has been purloining the CHIEF'S sugar plums, This one seems to have got into hot water for it at home, though, so we sh...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 9 January 1875

Fourth Judicial Ditrict,. =' Disieri4t·"i ih .- ý,rx, District Attornmtiret z rrrJsýýMao ber.. Seventh Senatorial District. 6~-~ e~u u ~p~ a ~u jam an 8t. James.] :ReproI~i~r rJ ----.. 1'arq ..... aher, YIlltr dtaR·B'..., *Clerk of the Court,... Recorez..:........... Treaaur r .... Tax O ·M4 .-.- .Shecri .... .. deal, L eaA Lits~ Le~ancry; y Jteyuiianx :je a ,is ia BOARD OF St uuoL Dui ctol .-1 W1 Landry 1euasden nt; Ptodoi1he Braud,5cc9 tart e'a1'reasttrcr ;e1 H. Hill, Chearte 5 Lewis, Jacob Warner,, AJguastu Bniglt, !L Ii.Eeatfry3. -· " Tow f Monadaoiville, . u, ... ......£.. .taveap'rio, t Attrney,......... ...Edw. N. Puh, Secretar t.. .... t. bJ. 'FIreaaurer,...... . -. ..Christi. lie, A as __s r', ............ -... .Gs tav e D a. Culheetlr - . Frederick , b, Wha w e, -........... - '.lix 7.o Market Le,._._.. Felix Bab Ferfy sseS,..............Rapaeln Constable,............Iuis Le tr QoAsX or ALUwssji FirstWoad,._... p. Lemsn, J,~pq But LOUISIANA DIv±QN. .Y .Daily heur rer-.Lean...

Publication Title: Donaldsonville Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Donaldsonville chief. — 9 January 1875

Tree Dells a Tear. --'. ! Il I I II Seartor Iatt C(rpeuter. A Washington correspondent of the Pittsburg Leader eontributes this racy 1 sketch to the columns of that jour nal: As I predicted at the outset .f the session Henry Wilson soon became tired of sitting in the Senate wielding the gavel. He pined for past obc.ur ity, and yesterday he left the city, and will only return for short visits during the winter. Carpenter wa " to-day again re-elected President or the Senate pro tem. He is lnooin'' very well sow-a-days. He walks the streets of the city with an elastic tread, as if all his doubts about hIt future were settled. He has given up his loaferish, rakish, soft hat, aI!1 pushes down upon his iron-gray mane a polished silk tile. His martial fig ure is shown to a good advantage in a close-fitting, donble-breasted frock. Indeed, his sweeping mustache and waving, long hair, are now the only indications of the strong Bohuemi;an element that lurks under his mask of the statesman. Bri...

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. — 16 January 1875

THE D ONALDSONVILLE CHIEF. Official Journal of the State of Louisiana, Parish of Ascension and Towvn of Donaldsonville. VOLUME IV. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1875. NUMBER 19. Amiens Humani Generis. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper, Published Every Saturday, at Donalu o~ville, Ascension Parish, La., -BY LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EuDTOn ziW pnOPIETO.JL TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; One copy, one year,.................. $3 00 One copy, six months,............... 1 50 Sim opies, one year,.................15 00 Twelve copies, one year,............-- 25 00 Payable invariably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES: [A equarg is the space occupied by ten lines Agate type, about ~ of an inch.] squ.ARs. I mo. 2mos. 3mos. 6mos. lyear I square.. $ 3 0 $ 5 00 $ 6 50 $11 00 $15 0(t 2 squares. 5 00 8 00 9 50 15 00 20 00 3 sqiares. 7 00 11 00 12 50 19 00 25 00 4 sqlares. 8 50 14 0( 15 00 23 00 30 00 5 squares. 10 00 16 00 17 0 27 0( 35 00 0 squares. 11 18 00 1300 30 00 40 00 7 sqaires. 13 50 000 21 00 33 00 44...

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. — 16 January 1875

gonalbsrntbilk t ief. Published Every Saturday. Official Journal of 4he Stats of Louisiana. Cifcial Journal of the Parish of Ascension. Oflfcial Journal Town of Donaldonville. LINDEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. I, Postmasters are authorized and re quested to act as agents for the CRIEF. W Job priating in the highest style of the art at New Orleans prices ! Leave your orders at the C'Hnr office. " The Cmjrwa isaput to ,all subscribers PosTAGE FREE. Flaturday, January 16, 1875. The Iberia Progress, referring in complimentary terms to the new Speaker of the House of Representa tives, says : " We are not personally acquainted with Mr. Hagu." We should say not, if you spell his name that way. Mr. Hahn would hardly recognize himself in that orthography. It is refreshing among the numerous complaints ofiiard times which assail the ear, whichever way one may turn, to read the holiday greeting of the editor of the New York Pen and Plown to his friends and readers, wherein he is " plea...

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