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DONArLDSONVILLE, ASCENSION PAUISH, LA.
L E. 1ENTL E Y, Editor and Proprietor.
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No attention paid to annoymous letters.
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Local Business Directory
HOTELS AND sALOONS.
$2.00 a Day House
I1. ROGGl, - - roprietor.
Headquarters for Commercial
'Bus and Porter to and From aft Trains.
Mississippi Street, Near Wharf,
P. O. Box 76, Telephone 0.
DIY G D001). ROOCERIES, Etc.
£C KLINE, corner Crescent Place and How
. mas street, dealer in Dry Goods, Nowons.
Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, GC.u,
Oats and Bran.
Kenneth Lodge No. 41,
Knights of Pythias.
CIONVENES in Masonic Temple the second
V and fourth Thursday evenings of ...ia
month at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially
welcomed. Sick benefits, funeral tax and al the
fraternal features. Members have optiou or
joining endowment or insurance rank. Cne.u
cellor Commander, E. Langbecker; Vice Cuan
cellor Commander, Jules Leumas; Mastea or
Work, Dr. D. C. tirumtield; Prelate. Fred ~a
dry; Keeper of Records and Seal. J. E. Bluu:;
Master of 1 inance, Wm. Pforzheimer; Masoer
of Exchequer, Jacob Blum.
Gcrner Railroad and Nicholls avenues,
Purest and freshest of Drugs, Chemicals and
Patuent Medicines always in stock. Trumses,
Bandages, Soaps, Perfumery, Ernshes, Couus,
Smokert' materials, etc. Physicians' preserip
tions carefully compoundel at all hours, day or
night. Telephone 96.2
E K. SIMS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Ronmas street, adjoining the Ascension
Club, Telephone 90.
RD . T. H. HANSON.
Railroad avenue, between Claiborne and Ope
louseas streets. Telephone 24r
DR. J. D. HANSON.
DR OFFICE AND RESIODENr
Leesard street, betwoeen Nicholls avenue and
Iberville street. Telephone 54.
DR. PAUL T. THIBODAUX
OFFICE AND RESIDENCB.
Mississippi street, near Catholic Church.
Office Hours: 11 a. m. to 2 p. n
R. CLARENCE GOETTE,
Office in Railroad avenue, adjoining Utoette's
Shoe Store. Telephone 8"
DR. JAMES P. FORTIER,
Ofice--121 Railroad avenue, opposite postoffice.
ATTORNEYS AND NOTARbIo
Ij J. VEGA,
ATIORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Office with B. McC'ulloh, corner Railroad and
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Office and residence, corner Railroad and Nich
Practices in all the courts of Louisiana, both
State and Federal. Address, P. O. Lock Box 8.
G A. GONDRAN,
ATORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Diict Attorney Twenty-seventh Judicial
Distridt. Olfice in Nicholls avenue, ,oposite
Courthouse. Prompt attention paid to collee
io? and civil business.
I C. WEBER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Office in Nicholls avenae. near the Cnmrthouse.
EDMUN D MAURIN.
ATTORNEY Ar LAW-NOTARY PUBLIC.
JUSTICE of PEACE.
Office-308 Opelousas street, opposite Donald
sonville High School.
The office of justice of the peace will in no
way interfere with my practice in distrie ,.,ur;t
or justice courts other than the one over uinch I
preside. Telephone 3-2.
L O. COURSEAULT,
CONVENT. ST. JAMES PARISH. LA.
Beet quality cigars at prices that defy cumpeti
tion. Write for sampls and prices
Anytope t.nding a sketcb and decrlptitu may
tent treer. desk J_,~l~hfor seorenl
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AROUND THL E STATE.
Items of Interest Culled From the
Negro "Detective" Lynched at Marthaville,
Rice to Supplant Cotton in Catahoula
Parish-Destructive Fire at Con
shatta-New Jail Completed
at New Roads.
A volunteer fire department was or
ganized at Slidell.
A gas pipe line will be built from
the Caddo field to Marshall, Tex.
A handsome new jail building has
just been completed at New Roads.
L. A. Walet was elected superin
tendent of education of Iberia parish.
Dr. John N. Thomas was elected
superintendent of the insane asylum
Fire at Coushatta destroyed a con
siderable amount of property, causing
a loss of $18,000.
A party of scientists from Philadel
phia, Pa., visited Monroe on an ex
The Louisiana board of agriculture
estimates the cotton crop of the state
for 1908 at 517,796 bales.
Jud Gilbert, a negro claiming to be
a detective, was taken from jail at
Marthaville and lynched.
A vacancy exists from the sixth
congressional district in the West
Point Military Academy.
A course in agriculture will be estab
lished in the normal department of the
Louisiana State University.
Mrs. Maude Ballington Booth, head
of the Volunteer Prison League of
America, will visit Baton Rouge on
The annual meet of the Interscho
lastic Athletic and Oratorical Asso
ciation of Southwest Louisiana will
be held at Lafayette on April 24.
J. E. Lacour, a merchant of Alex
andria, committed suicide at Plauche
ville when about to be arrested on a
charge of complicity in arson.
One thousand acres of rice will be
planted on the Llando and Ackiand
plantations, in Catahoula parish, where
ravages of the boll weevil have made
the culture of cotton unsuccessful.
Nica Fousse, who set a trap for
chicken thieves at his home in Baton
Rouge, awakened next morning to
find the gun discharged and Lawrence
Vilmont, a young white man, dead.
Freezing weather in the cotton grow
ing sections of Louisiana and Missis
sippi will, it is thought, materially re
duce the boll weevil family and insure
prospects for a fair crop next season.
The state game commission has in
structed the Calcasieu parish game
warden to allow the shipment of
twenty-five game birds daily, while
the parish authorities announce that
twelve will be the limit.
At a meeting of the board of admin
istrators of the Louisiana Institute for
the Deaf and Dumb, a committee was
named to investigate the proposition to
install a central power plant for sup
plying water and light to the capitol,
State University, Institute for t he
Blind and the Deaf and Dumb Insti
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the postoffice at Donaldsonville,
La., Saturday, January 16. 1909.
Alexander, Jos Jackson. Josephine
Aucoin. Edgard Jackson, Andrew
Barras. Emile James, Robert
Berocks, Robert Johnson. Olive
Blouin, Dominique Johnson, Mrs Carrie
Bosee, Mary Knox, Mrs M
Crandell, ' rances. LeBoeuf, Rita
Frederick, Celestine (2) Love, Mrs Mary
Gaines. Nathan Mandeville, Mrs F B
Hichem. Mrs Merry, Georgiana
Harris, Roxy Pearly, Maurice
Harr s, Josephime Williams, Gust
Hicks, Jimmie Williaoms, Sarah
When calling for these letters say advertised.
If not called for in two weeks they will be sent
to the Dead Letter office at Washington. D. C.
Time Hard to Kill.
"Time," observes the Philosopher of
Folly, "has more lives than a cat. rye
killed it more than a million times my.
self, and eternity doesn't seem a bit
Mrs. Catherine Beisel and Mrs. M.
F. Erb were acquitted at Media, Pa.,
of the murder of the latter's husband.
Tang Shao Yi, China's special en
voy to the United States, has been or
dered to return to Pekin immediately.
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For Yoursolf ?
Or. d you open your mouth like a young
trd a gulp down whatever food or medi
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n intelligent thinking woman.
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pain and su e ng, then it means much to
you that ther one tried and true honest
medicine o_ " w'vo. .cosryosm-os. sold b_
druggists for the cure of woman's ills.
The makers of Dr. Piere's Favorite Pre
scription, for the cure of weak, nervous, run
down, over-worked, debilitated, pain-racked
women, knowing this medicine to be made up
of ingredients, every one of which has* the
strongest possible indorsement of the leading
and standard authorities of the several
schools of practice, are perfectly willing, and
in fact, are only too glad to print, as they do.
the formula, or list of ingredients, of which
it is composed, in plain Enjlish. on every
The formula of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription will bear the most critical examina
tion of medical experts, for it contains no
alcohol, narcotics, harmful, or habit-forming
drugs, and no agent enters into it that is not
highly recommended by the most advanced
and leading medical teachers and author
ities of their several schools of practice.
These authorities recommend the ingredients
o r. ie 's Favorite Prescription for the
cure of exactly the same rimets for w ic
Sworld-amed m edcr is sdvised.
No other medicine for woman's ills has any
such professional endorsement as Dr. Pierce's
favorite Prescription has received, in the un
qualifed recommendation of each of its
several ingredients by scores of leading medi
cal men of all the schools of practice. Is
such an endorsement not worthy of your
A booklet of ingredients, with numerous
authorative profesional endorsements by the
Sleading medical authorities of this country,
will be mailed free to any one sending name
sod addres with reiuest fortsae Add.s
Dr. IL . Plaei Ba ta .. -r
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
The Chief is not responsible for the
views expressed by ccrrespondents.
Society of the Holy Spirit.
Brittany. La., Jan. 12, 1909.
We presume that the readers of The
Chief are awaiting the further pro
ceedings of the controversy between
the above party and Mr. J. F. Ar
ceneaux. I (the latter) am in receipt
of a letter from "Where am I at Wat
son." We will favor the "Society"
with Mr. Watson's interview, which
reads as follows:
"Tno.PsoN. GA., JAN. 5, 1909.
'MR. J. F. ARCENEAUX, Brittany, La.
"My Dear Sir:-The good Catholic
who answers your statements in the
newspapers and signs himself 'Society
of the Holy Spirit' proves that one
may wear a very religious name and
yet have a most unchristian tempera
ment. In effect, he seeks to discredit
my historical statements by reference
to the well known fact that I am a
Populist who, having the courage of
his convictions, is willing to stand
with a hopeless minority. If it be a
crime to have this sort of fortitude,
and if beine in the minority puts one
in the wrong of itself, then Christ and
his disciples would have been swept
away by a puff of ridicule and con
tempt, for they were not only in a
hopeless minority at the time He was
on earth, but the Christian church is
in a minority today, just as it has been
for nineteen hundred years. If the
gentleman who signs himself 'Society
of the Holy Spirit' has such a scorn
for minorities, and such a cowardly
admiration for majorities, he ought,
by all means, to leave the Catholic
church. If this gentleman with the
pious name knows nothing more about
the massacre of St. Bartholomew than_
he does about my own record, he is
not fit to discuss any kind of question
in any kind of form whatever. He al
ludes to me as 'Where am I at Wat
son.' If this means anything but mere
scurrillity, it means that the modest
follower of the meek and lowly Jesus
who signs himself 'Society of the Holy
Spirit' actually believes that I was
the intoxicated member of congress
who lost the thread of his discourseon
the floor of the house and inquired of
the presiding officer, 'Mr. Speaker,
where was I at?' Every well-informed
person in this Union knows that I was
not the person who used that famous
expression. The gentleman who did
make use of it was the Hon. James E.
Cobb, of Alabama, and my connection
with the phrase was that of the his
torian and satirist who preserved it.
"As to the massacre of St. Barthol
omew, this gentle disciple of Christ,
who signs himself 'Society of the Holy
Spirit,' seems to think he demolishes
my position by showing that the Papal
representatives at the French court
made a report to His Holiness, the
Pope of Rome, stating that the butch
ery grew out of the failureof the Queen
Regent to have Admiral Coligny shot
dead in the streets. She did have him
shot dowp like a dog, but the wound
was not mortal. Your opponent says
that because the nerpretation of this
dastardly outrage fired the natural in
dignation of the Protestants, they (the
Catholics) began the butchery-which
is known to history as the Massacre of
"Mr. 'Society of the Holy Spirit'
argues that the Court of Rome had no
knowledge that such a thing was con
templated, and that it was a purely
local and almost accidental occurrence.
Suppose you ask him why it was,
then, that the massacre, evenlin Paris,
showed such unmistakable evidence of
previous design and careful prepara
"Why did the bells of the Catholic
churches in Paris peal forth from their
towers the signal for the massacre; and
why was it that immediately after the
ominous tones of deep-mouthed bells
had resounded thoughout the entire
limits of Paris, the murderers simul
taneously began their bloody work?
"Whywas itthatthe priests of Paris,
crucifix in one hand and sword in the
other, ran through the streets, adding
to the thirst for slaughter, inciting
with all of their holy inZuence the
maddened fanatics who were slaying
with guns, slaying with pistols, slay
ing with swords and spears and dag
gers and clubs and stones?
"Why was it that this high tide of
religious bigotry and Assassination
ran throughout the whole kingdom of
France, and that in nearly every one
of her cities similar scenes as that in
Paris made shambles of the streets?
"Why was it that the attitude of the
Holy Pope at Rome was that of ex
pectation, and why was it that imme
diately upon receipt of the news of this
ghastly series of massacres, the bells
of all the Catholic churches through
out Rome pealed forth their joy`. Why
was it that solemn processions wended
their way to the churches and great
exultant Te Deums were sung?
"Why was it that the representative
of Christ on earth, the Holy Pope at
Rome, was in such a state of ecstacy
upon receiving the news of this mon
strous crime that he ordered the can
non of the Fort of St. Angelo fired,
and gave Rome over to joyous demon
strations of glee?
"As to the dignity, value and accu
racy of my historical works, I will con*
tent myself by saying that both in
America and on the Continent they are
accepted as standard authorities by
men who would probably not consent
to associate with men of the sort
which Mr. 'Society of the Holy Spirit'
shows himself to be. 'Not only have
the books from which you quoted run
through two editions per year, upon
an average, ever since they came from
the press, not only are they sold as
standard works in Paris, but even now
the Department of Education of the
French Republic is considering a
translation of 'The Story of France'
into the Frt.ch language, in order
that the book may be used as a text
book in educating the young people of
"Very re.pectfally and truly yours,
"THOB. E WATSOr,"'
J. F. AsOCNrAUX.
THE WORLD'S NEWS.
lashes of the Telegraph Wires Frost
Near and Far.
Guillotine Method of Executing Murderers
Revived in France--Western States
Swept by Blizzard-British Ex
p!orer Killed in China.
Vienna is suffering from a water
Nine ships of the Atlantic fleet have
arrived at Port Said.
Severe earthquake shocks occurred
in the western part of Mexico.
The shah of Persia has again issued
a manifesto revoking the constitution.
An alleged plot to dethrone the king
of Portugal was discovered at Lisbon.
Four murderers were put to death
by the guillotine method at Bethune,
Two thousand persons attended the
first rally of the Anti Saloon League
at Mobile, Ala.
J. W. Brooke, a well known British
explorer, was killed by natives in
More than 100 men were killed as the
result of an explosion in a coal mine
near Bluefields, W. Va.
George D. Emery, said to be the
largest mahogany operator in the
world, died in Boston, Mass.
The worst blizzard in twenty years
swept through the western states dur
ing the early part of the week.
The Bullis stave factory was com
pletely destroyed by fire at Natchez,
Miss., causing a loss of $40,000.
The packet J. A. Townes struck a
snag and sank in the Yazoo river, a
negro cabin boy being drowned.
Supplies from the American naval
vessel Culgoa were distributed to the
earthquake survivors at Messina.
Twenty-five men were killed as the
result of an explosion of gas in Joseph
Leiter's coal mine at Zsigler, Ill.
The annual reunion of the United
Confederate Veterans will be held at
Memphis, Tenn., on June 1, 2 and 3.
Earthquake shocks were felt at
Vancouver, Seattle, Victoria and
other cities on the North Pacific coast.
Huzzein Kiazim Bey, the new
Turkish ambassador to the United
States, arrived at Washington, D. C.
Five schoolboys were arrested in St.
Louis, Mo., being charged with the
murder of a peddler-whom they stoned.
There have been more than 9000
cases of cholera and 3599 deaths in St.
Petersburg, Russia, since the epidemic
A mob at Lexington, S. C., lynched
a negro who attacked a white woman
and wounded the sheriff while resisting
Steve Veazey, a negro, who mur
dered "Boss" Veazey, was sentenced
to be hung at Senatobia, Miss., on
The Italian authorities have deter
mined to isolate Messina as the only
means of preventing an outbreak of
Three persons were killed and an
other fatally injured as the result of
a fire that destroyed a tenement house
in New York city.
The United States and Great Britain
have decided not to p otest against
the dismissal of Yuan Shi Kai by the
During services in a church near
Sion, Switzerland, the building col
lapsed and practically the entire con
gregation was killed.
The Southern Commercial Congress
has made arrangements to construct a
southern building at Washington, D.
C., at a cost of $1,000,000.
Owing to a row among negroes in
Atlanta, Ga., over entertainment plans
President-elect Taft withdrew his ac
ceptance of an invitation to address
The body of Lieutenant'Foertsch, the
German aeronaut who lost his life at
sea last October, was recovered in the
North Sea by the fishing steamer
Swiss millers will boycott German
grain in retaliation for Germany's
failure to remove or modify the sys
tem of payment of bounties on flour
exported to Switzerland.
The British authorities are investi
gating the strange disappearance of
Miss 'Violet Charlesworth, a Welsh
woman, who is alleged to have been
killed in an authomobile accident.
Charles P. Taft resigned from the
board of trustees of a Presbyterian
church in Cincinnati, Ohio, because
the pastor criticized the liberal relig
ious views of his brother, William
Forestry cfficials in a number of the
New England states will ask their
legislatures to pass bills making rail
roads and individuals responsible for
forest fires and liable for the resulting
After being in service continuously
for the past 150 years, the Leasowe
lighthouse, which has stood on the
Wirral shore of the Mersey estuary
at the entrance of Liverpool, England,
has been abandoned.
Japanese army officer students are
allowed a salary of $1150 a year while
learning the Engiish language. Others
get from $1000 to $1600 a year while
mastering Russian, $1050 for French,
$850 for German and $700 for Chinese.
Rev. John H. Carmichael, who mur
dered Gideon Browning in the church
at Battle Run, Mich., committed
suicide in Carthage, Ill. He declared
the man he murdered had hypnotic
power over him and he killed in self
Influential merchants of Barcelona,
Spain, are contemplating a traveling
exposition, to take a ten months'
cruise around the world, for the pur
pose of exhibiting in all the principal
ports Spanish manufactures and ag
Persons have been known to
gain a poundadayby takingan
ounce of Scott's Emulsion. It"
is strange, but it often happens.
Somehow the ounce produces
the pound; it seems to start
the digestive machinery going
properly, so that the patient is
able to digest and absorb his
ordinary food which he could
not do before, and that is the
way the gain is made.
A certain amount of flesh is
'necessary for health; if you
have not got it you can get it
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you a "Complete Handy Atlas of the World."
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We beg to inform the public that we
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Kilby Filter Presses. Kilby uravity Presses, Mason Steam Traps, Mason Regulators, McConnell
Asbestos Pipe (overing.
New Orleans Boiier Manufacturing Ccmpanv, Ltd.
Manufacturers of All Types of Boilers
A large stock of Wrought Iron Pines, Fittings, Valves, Gauges, Packing, Mill and Sugar
house Supplies on hand. Will make plans and contract for the erection of complete plants of
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Ascension Coal Co., I.td.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
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