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THE) DONALDSONVILLE CHIE.
OfRei.1 Journal of the State of Louisiana, Parish of Ascension and Town of Donaldsonville. VOLUME IV. DONALDSONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1875. 'NUMBER 38. pgonaIolTblle oidf. Amicus Humani Generis. A Wide-Awake Home Newspaper, Published Every Saturday, at Donaldonaville, Ascension Parish, La., lINDrEN E. BENTLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TREXS OF SUBISCRIPTION: 'One copy, one year,...................$3 00 'One copy, six months,................. 1 50 iUx copies, one year ..............15 00 'Twelve copies, one year,............25 00 Payable invariably in advance. AD VERTISING RA TES: TA square is the space occupied by ten lines Agate type, about j of an inch.J squAAEs. I mo. 2mos. 3mos. 6mos. 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Augustus Knight, Linwood Plantation. Dr. A. B. Robertson, Dutch Stores. John Dixen, New River. J. IL Hebert, " Alex. Meyers, Manchae and Port Vincent. C ELBRW ER. t Theo. MeIptyre, Now Orleans, La. Geo. P. Rowell & Co., New York. e P. H. Walker & Co., Baltimore. Maryland. c kRowell & Chesnman, St. Louis, Missouri. * W. New York has so far submcribed $120,000 for the Centennial. d W The New York Herald is, prob ably, to be the special secular organ s of Cardinal McCloskey. The distin !Kus54 i llbu , ota paperiis sec retary. r 1 When a man is in an argumen tative mood, it Inakes but little dif ference where he talks or what he says. t A man has been known to dispute with a lamp-post at midnight on the 1 gravest questions of social science and temperance. I. A dispatch from Rome says the Italiad government has ordered the removal of all bishops who have not ,, received a royal exequatur indorsing k their appointments. The archbishop of Palermo has already been notified b to leave his see. it Cm Hon. William G. Brown, State Ih Superintendent of Education, made ni an educational tour through Terre- T bonne and Lafourche parishes last week. The public schools were found in a fair condition-all classes of the se people appearing desirous of the full maeasures of their advantages. The Superintendent was warmly greeted th by all.-N. 0. Louisianian. sp 0' A contemporary vindicates the -veracity-of Jonah by showing that he w amight have been swallowed by a as shark, because the entire body of a man has been found in a captnred "i shark. The trouble has not been so much about the getting ashore alive. in Inasmuch as a shark whirls over on his back and takes his food with a di slap of his under jaw worse than tell guillotines, the relief about degluti Lion leaves unsolved the miracle of co walking ashore in a full suit of clothes. o -N. O. Rep. ha I" The N. 0. Republican of the 20th inst. tells of a slight accident to Gov. Kellogg and Marshal Packard : " Mr. S. B. Packard and Governor Kellogg were yesterday driving in a buggy on Broad street not fatr from the Fair Grounds, when by somne mis chance another buggy collided with theirs. taking off a wheel, thus throw ing both gentlemen to the ground. The Governor was bruised somew,'hat, but not so seriously as to keepj him from business. Mr. Packard, beingi of a " robulstous " build, simply tell and by natural reaction bounded to his feet somewhat surprised at his ;udden falling off. The occupants of the other buggy were somewhat ,bruised." 57 A dispatch from Galveston, Texas, co|nveys intelligence of the es cape' of one Peter McCartney, a noted ;counterfeiter, who junmpedo from a train near Willis etation, while being conveyed to Galveston by four guards, two of wnom were U. S. marshals. Two straugers were noticed on the train who supplied McCartncy with cigars. The guards smoked, feill asleep, knd it is supposed, with the aid of his confederates, McCartney sawed off his heavy irons and jumped from the train while in full motion. A negro attendant on the train dis covered that he was missing, shook the guards and awoke them to find the prisoner had escaped several miles in the rear. It is supposed the cigars were drugged. This is McCartney's sPseWrV l e"e;rt+p in :i 51il 1.i l,' Ia 1ier'. Hw the W6men Organized. It a sad thing to see ten or twelve worn n get together and attempt to orga ze a "society to aid the deserv r, ing tr." They tried it in Ninth Av enue the other afternoon, after hav ing tked up the matter for three or four eeks. Thirteen or fourteen of th net by appointment, and after , someskirmishing one of the number calle the meeting to order and said that t first duty would be to elect a Pr ident. A tarp-faced woman got up and said at she didn't want the position, 00 bt i it was the wish of the meeting 00 that te should take it, why she would. The was a painful pause, and a fat worm n arose and said that she had had asiderable experience with such ea socie es, atnd she thought she could rend greater personal aid if made Pr ent. There was another pain _ ful p use, and a little woman rose up so and ueaked: 00 " I ove that the subject be lail on th table I" )0 Th other women looked at her in o a fre ing way, and it was suggested o0 that ballot be taken. All readily agree to this, and ballots were pre 7 pare and a bonnet passed around. 0 Whed the votes were counted it was found that each woman had put in at r least hne for herself and three of them put ii two or three. The 'President h pro tea. looked very grave as she stood;up and remarked : 0 " Ldies, I trust that this error may not onur again." f[ It d(l, however, or at least each one cast a vote for herself, but on a athird ballot a choice was made and e the lucky woman took. her seat, smoothed out the folds of her dress and remarked: " The next thing in order is the the next thing." " A woman with a wart on her nose then maade a speech, saying that she had been treasurer of several similar 'associations, and that if it was the wish of the conyention she would ac cept the office. It didn't seem to be the wish, however. "I move to adjourn!" solemnly exclairmed a woman with a large back comb. ' " The motion is not in order," re plied a woman across the room. " Am I in the chair or are you 1 " demanded the President. " I move to reconsider the motion ! " squeaked the little woman. " I support the question !" put in cilt womacu. `tie P fetdout-t pedi'r-sp.-rees, rapped on the stovepipe, and replied: " Ladies and gentlemen, there is no motion before the house, and the ques tion to adjourn is out of order." "Not much !" exclaimed a woman nearly six feet high, drawing herself 1 up, " I've seen more meeti gs of this i kind than the Prcsident eW heard of, and I know that an order to ad journ is always in motion !" " So is your tongue,! " said some one on the lounge, and the President knocked on the stovepipe and said : " The Chair believes sithe knows her business as well as any woman wear ing plated jewelry, or as well as if she s had a wart on her nose ! We will I now proceed to elect a Secretary and Treasurer. How shall they he elected?" i " Viver voicer ! " cried one. "I motion by ballot ! " added a second. " By exclamation ! "shouted a third. t "You meau;tacclamation," explained 3 the President, looking at the last speaker. " I don't wear an Alaska diamotd," a was the reply; " but I know as much as some folks that do ! " " Less 'journ ! " shouted a female I who was born in 1810. 1 " I move the previous motion," put in the fat woman. " Will some one nominate a candi date ?" asked the President. A painful silence ensued. The fall of a hair-pin would have sounded like a crow-bar falling over R onto a stove-boiler. Each hoped to a have some one else nominate her, and ii all, therefore, breathed hard, and kept silence. h " I nominate Mris. - ," finally saidi p the President, seeing there was a ci dead-lock. " You can't nominate and put the v motion too!:' squeaked an old lady with Ieau-catchel s. " I order lce previous motion," said a woman with a red shawl. " And 'lm going hum !" added the fat womann. "So;Lam I!" " SomI I ! " " Soiun I ! " And they stalked out, leaving the President tying up her left shoe and her eyes flashing wild-eats. And all this is why Detroit hasn't another " Society to Aid the Deserving Poor." --Detroit Free P'ress. One of the seventy-five Indians on their way to the Florida prison man aged to get hold of a knife, with which he stabbed two soldiers and then himself Wednesday of last week, while the train was standing at Madl ison station, five miles from Nashville. The soldiers were Corporal Allen and private Hennessey, (Co. K., Fifth In fantry. Together with the- would-be assassin they were sent to Ashe Bar racks Nashville, and placed in the hospital. Private Hec nessey was able to proceed on his jdurney. Cor ploral Allen's wounds are considered dlangerous. The Indian is much im proved, and it is believed he will re cover. He is anxious for some one to shoot him or cut his throat. e To-morrow will be Decoration Day. 0 The President goes to Long Branch June 3rd. Tie New York., custon-house is r being investigated. f The new trial of Count Von Arnim r will begin June 15th. r The Jews of Atlanta are building I an $18,000 synagogue.. t H. Davis & Co., Montreal dry goods 1 merchants, have failed. The rowing regatta at Charleston : last week was a big success. Ex-Queen Amelia, widow of the t late King of Saxony, is dead. The Twenty-secoud U. S. Infantry has left New Orleans for the North I west. The Supreme Lodge of the Knights of Pythias met in Washington last week. Thos. Duplex has been appointed register of the land office at Natchi toches, La. Myriads of grasshoppers are hatch ing out in and around Winnepeg, Minnesota. An incendiary fire at Minneapolis, 1 last Sunday, destroyed $65,000 worth of property. Fifty thousand head of Texas cat tle will reach Kansas during the next thirty days. Forest fires in Pennsylvania and New Jersey the past week caused I great damage. Miss Maggie Chester was drowned last week while bathing in a pond near Atlanta, Ga. Robert N. McMillan. the oldest member of the Franklin, La., bar, died last Monday. Special P. O. Agent P. G. Clarke of Alabama has been requested to hand t in his resignation. Dr. C. P. Ames, New Orleans po lice surgeon, died last Monday morn ing, at the age of 32. Three men and a boy wetsre drowned in the Detroit river last week, by the capsizing of a yacht. Hart & Co., Philadelphia boot and shoe merchants. have suspended. 1 Liabilities, $250,000. Tile Village Creek yoolen Mills, near Lansing, Iowa, burned last Sat urday. Loss, $30,00)0. A large number of colored people in Tennessee are preparing to lemi grate to some other State. The International Typographical Union opens a four days session at t Boston on the 7th proximo. Rev. Cluts. S. McCready of Middle- e borno, Mass., comnuittedsuicide. Fam- v ily troubles were the cause. Members of the NFw Orleans po- f lice force have organized a Metropol- 3 itan Benevolent Association. R Messrs. Whittle and Bliss, the evan gelists, continue to draw large crowds at the Memphis Opera House. C Twenty-five buildings were de- 1h stroyed by tire at Lexington, Ky., c last Sunday. Loss, $100,000. Mr. Orth, the new American min ister to Austria, lhas arrived at Vienna u and presented his credentials. dl Destructive forest fires raged along i the line of the Lake Superiior and Mississippi railroad last week. Sharkey was not taken from hay . ana to New York as rleported. lie L still lies in jail in the former city. A Another Charley Ross was fonld in Burke county, New York, last week. lie wasn't the right one, as usual. The Memplris waterworks were sold at auction last week and brought $170,000, about half their original cost. The striking coal miners of Penn sylvania are badly demoralized and an end of the strike seems near at hand. Several nuilnimrtant engagements have been fouight in Cuba during the past week. The Spaniards claim suc cesses. Gov, Penningtou of Dakota is in Washington on business connected with the sale of the Black Hills reser vation. A reception was given Cardinal McCloskey in New York, on the Idth. Over 200 Catholic clergymen were present. John Goforth has resigned as As sistant Attorney General. Tls. Simonds has been selected to fill the position. The Virgiuni Midland railroad and its connections will run through trains from New Orleans to New York after June 1st. The Lowell mule spinners have re turned to work. They will join no union which intends to control wages or hours. Waco, Texas, had a $250,000 fire on tho 18th. The Daily Examiner office and several large houses were destroyed. The Deutsche Brazilian bank of Rio Janeiro has suspended. It has a paid tp capital of $5,000,000, mostly owned in Hamburg. The trial of Mr. More's petition against the validity of the election of the late John Mitchell to parliament began at Cloumel, Ireland, on the 19th inst. More was the governnjen!t :candidate for the seat. Russia is awaiting the repliesaf the several States to its communication in relation to the conference upon the usages of war. Edward Hope, an old and respected merchant of Charleston, S. C., was found dead in his room, May 24th. i Cause, hemorrhage. The Alfonsist troops retreated on Iqualda in good order. The losses were slight, although the Carlist at taeks were incessant. The charges against Duechesne for an alleged attempt to assasinate Bis marck have been dismissed by the Belgian tribunal at Liege. Patrick Harman, gauger, James Gerard and H. T. Pearson, store keepers, first Louisiana revenue dis trict, have been dismissed. The publication of the Madrid Ia precial has been suspended by the government for a fortnight, for an of fense against the press laws. It is stated that ta meeting of the Emperors of Russia, Prussia and Aus tria has been decided upon, and will probably take place at Ems. The Chicago distillers arrested by U. S. revenue agents have been bonded in the sum of $5000 each to await the grand jury's action. The Governor and other State of ficers of West Virginia have removed to Wheeling. The archives will, re- I main at Charleston for the present. Edwin House, assistant editor of the Western Christian Advocate, fell dead of heart disease at Cincinnati, May 21st. He was 51 years of age. Wm. Butler Duncan has been niade president and receiver of the MobilS & Ohio railroad, to represent the New York and foreign stockholders. It is rumored that Disraeli will re sign the Premiership at the close of the present session of Parliament, as he is growing too feeble for contin nous labor. Grey Beard, the most troublesome of the Indian prisoners, en. route to St. Augustine, jumped from the train. He was shot by the guard, and died in two.hours. Hon. Jesse D. Bright, ex-United States Senator from Indiana, died at his residence in Baltimore, May, 20th, t of organic disease of the heart. IIe f was 63 years of age. 1 A buJeanl of revenue agents has e been organized in the HRevenne De partment under charge of detective 1 Yaryau.. It takes awvay amiea.lof the l power of Supervisors. The demand for Gen. Sherman's memoalirs is so great that publica tion had to be deferred in order to enlarge the edition. The Appleton's will produce the work. The Secretary of War has given 3 formal permission to the Southern Memorial Association to decorate the graves of the Confederate dead at Arlington, on June 1st. A schooner and pungy collided in k Chesapeake bay, a short distance he- ' low Baltimore, on the 20th inst. The a captain of the schooner was drowned s and a sailor badly hurt. Major John Pressly Strange, a lead- *o ing Memphis merchant, who served n during the war as Adjutant General on the staff of Lieut. Gen. Forrest, S (lied on the 18th, of consulmption. ff Two days' fighting occurred near the town of Valmaseda last week. The Carlists claim they occupied Usieneirel and Ario, from which the A lfonsist troops retreated with heavy loss. PIresbyterian assemblies were in session at Chicago, Cleveland and, Jefferson, Texas, last week. Efforts are being made to reunite the North ern and Southern divisions of the church. The Summit county Republican convention met at Akron, Ohio, on the 22nd, and unanimously instructed delegates to the State Convention to ftavor an anti-third term plank in the platform. Decoration or memorial day will be observed at Memphis with unusual display. Confederate and Federal battle flags will be carried in the pro cession and ex-soldiers of both armies will participate. Two commissioners, one a resident of France, the other to reside in America, have been appointed to rep resent France in the centennial expo sition. The commission ask 600,000 francs for expenses. A drenching rain in the vicinity of Scranton, Pa., subdued the forest fires in that section and saved a half dozen towns. The fires subsequently re vived, but were finally quenched by a heavy eight hours' rain, on Tues day. The Charlotte, N. C., celebration of the Mecklenburg declaration of in dependence, which occurred on May 20th, was a grand affair. " Acres of people" were present, and listened to addresses front several distinguished speakers. The Roman Catholic bishops of Prussia who addressed a petition to the Emperor and received areply last month from the Minister of State, have rejoined that to reject the de cision of the Vatican Council would be eqnivilant to an abandonment of Catholicism, and that they are con vinced the holy see would never be unwilling to act in, conformity with all psoper decisions of the State gov erummenlt. e Mrs. Lincoln, widow of the Presi aid t, has been sent to a Chicago in n.e asylumn upon the petition of her Robert. She is incapable of man d a 'hir property, which is worth o ,000. After being adjudged I us, Hrs. Lincoln attempted sai e schooner Vfary Eliza, from S nash to Damariscotta, eapsizse a . All on board excepting the in and one seaman were lost. e two remained on the floating Sof the vessel ninety-one hours out food or water, and were res c -by the schooner Agnes J. Grace. r. Bristow, Secretary of the Treas i Mr. Jewell, Postmaster General, a Mr. Potter, Supervising Archi were in Baltimore last week m uing inquiry and examination as he necessity and propriety of er ting a new post-ofice building. T will report to the next Congress. special train on the Piedmont Ai. Line, returning from the Meeck le1 urg centennial with the Richmond mi1 ry, was thrown from the track neF r outh Boston, Virginia. Two flati carrying the gun of the Rich mond Howitzers and a baggage car were smashed, and five soldiers in jured-none seriously. A letter received from the light house at Keyport, on the southwest part of Anticosti island, says, that on the 22nd November last the brig atine Orient ran ashore seven miles from that island. The captain and seven men were frozen to death in the rigging and six perished in at tempting to reach the shore. The relations between Mexico and Guatemala are becoming delicate on the question of the boundary line be tween the two countries. A rumor is in circulation that General Uruga has been appointed to the command of the Guistamalian forces, and is en gaged in organizing a corps of ten thousand men, intended to operate against Mexico. The funeral of Jno. C. Breckenridge, which took place at Lexington, Ky., May 20th, was attended by an im mense throng of people. All the State ofilcers, Senators Stevenson and McCreery, and a number of other dis tinguished men were present. The funeral was conducted by the Knights Templar, of which order Gen. Breck enridge was a member. Indians have joined the Mexican banditti in depredations on the Texas border. Several men and one woman werel.k'ied by the outlaws last-week. A band of rangers encountered and whipped a gang of the scoundrels and brought into Jacksboro the heads of five Indians and one white man. Mex ican cavalry has been stationed at various points between Camargo and Matamorns. On Monday of last week W. D. Al exander, a planter, residing nearFul ton, Tennessee, sixty miles above Memphis, on the river, was shot and killed by a tenant named J. M. T''hompson. On'the same day A. Lea, a popular merchant of Fulton, was shot and fatally wounded by N. C. Neems, whom Lea had had arrested -on a charge of horse stealing. Neems made his escape. The Mexican revolutionists in the State of Michoacan have been de feated. At San Luis Potosi the in surgents repulsed the government troops. Gen. Escobedo will assume command of the expeditionary corps and institute a vigorous campaign against the rebels. The Indians on the Northern frontier are making de structive incursions, and the country is generally' unsettled. A decree has been promulgated in Spain declaring the electoral period opened. During the time prescribed the press is free to discuss all consti tutional questions except thatof mon archy, and public meetings of a po litical character may be held. Tie decree concludes by expressing the hopes of the government for the re establjlhment of a representative regime, without which there can be nothing but anarchy. A special dispatch to the London limnes, from Vienna, says a dreadful accident occurred on the river Myr, at the town of Idenburg, province of Tyrol. A ferryboat having on boird a number of Catholic pilgrims en route to visit the shrines on the other side of the Mur from Ideuburg, sunk in the middle of the stream. Fifty nine pilgrims are known to have been saved, but seventy-six are missing, all of whom are supposed to be drowned. The Mexican Co:igress has appro priated a concession for the building of a railroad from Gnaymas to Ari zona, and passed a law defining the powers of tie Supreme Court in mat ters relating to elections, and depriv ing it of the power to declare ineligi ble functionaries who had been pub licly elected. It is feared that the passage of this latter act will intro duce a serious element of disorder in public affairs. Among the passengers who arrived at New York on the 20th by the steamer Ontario, from Rio, were Comn inander George P. Ryan and Lien tenant Commander' Charles J. Train, United States navy, of the transit of Venus expedition at Kcrguelen. The United States steamer Monongahela was at Rio Janeiro on April 15th ; all well. The Lancaster left Rio on April f2ud for the United States. The Brooldkyu was at river Platte. Jlthate lms. r A mhuniig'1dtl a hungry dog's. Between two evils choose neither. Ii The end of everything-the letter t g. Can yoe'spolionsent hi tSb*e Jlet ters? Y-e-s. Title for a five-cent savings bank l the St; Nickle-us. Even the laziest boy can sometitnde catch a whipping,. a The only sai tht last longer tian - you want are law suites. With eare a man cam walk u-. rightly. One who is on the alert wll not be found on the orage peel. Enterprise. The Cblagog.o o. e .sold twenty thousand exta copies on the strength of the editor's &i46 . f jail. 5:. "I am bound to have my igrh'." as the. lan said to the shoemaker who had sold him a pair of boots, both lefts. What is the difference between a belle anid a burglar? The bells ear ries false locks, and the burglar falso keys. When Agassis was pressed to de liver a lecture for pay, hei'eplied: " I can not afford to waste, my diae for money." Love is sed to be blind, but know - lots of phellows in love who .eaa see twice as much in their gal asl kan.- Josh Billings. Story, the sculptor,' is making a sensation in Florence, Italy, by bin impersonation of h.yloek, who was also a chiseler. A gentleman observing the sign .f " Caswell n" upon a business establish ment, remarked that it would be " as well without the C." Why call him a o as eight outof ten peo dof groom'sb iness is to l.k alfter lhorses. A 6de groom's business is to look after his wife's mother. When .are stockings like dead men I When they are then-~4d; or,r1pr.aps, T!hen their soles are departed; or again, when they are. ll hii hold; or, when they are no longer on their Ib legs. A person was told that three yas of cloth, by beidg wet, woulld sarink one-quarter of a yard. " Well theau," he inquired,- " If you sholld wet a quarter of a yard; would there be any left!" A littlejnr-Ie o early one morning, and seeinv tihe full moon from the window, he aneo cently remarked: " I should think it was about time for Dod to take that moon in." The Indiana editor who took his motllbr-in-law on an editorial excur sion is requested to announce through' the columns of his paper whether he was actuated by generous impulses or by fear. " Dictionaries exchanged for cara mela," says a placard in a Chicago candy store. The girls of that city will certainly participate in theipell ing matches now thlat there is a mar ket for the prizes. "My dear," said a husband in startled tones, after waking his wife in the middle of the night, '" I have swallowed a dose of sttychnine." :" Well, then, do for goodnesss sake lie still, or it may come up." " Captain," said a son of Erin, as the ship was nearing the coast in in clement weather, '" have ye s al menik on board 1" "No, I haven't.'" " Then, bejabbers, we shall have- to take the weather as it comes." A widow, being cautioned by her minister about flirting, said she knew it was wrong for maidens and wives to flirt, but the Bible was hey author ity. It said " widow's mite." She was flirting awfully at last accounts. The tenor and soprano in a Boston choir were married recently. A fa cetious exchange says that they met ly chants, the usual way, and ulti mately agreed to duet. And the first adilition to thie family will be a trio. A cruel joke at the expense of those ladies who ate perpetually striving to to gain a hearing in the Press, has been going the round pf literary circles, to the effect " that they look much better in muslin than in print." She used to keep bits of broken china and crockery piled up in a corn venient corner of the closet, and wlhten asked her reasonm for preserving etlih domestic lumber, she shot a lurid glance at her husband, and merely remarked : " le knows what there's for." Said a colored Georgia preachei: " Dar's robbin' and stealin' all around. Dar's de Beecher business, de Wood hull business, Sumner is dead, tornat does come whoopin' around, de Freed man's Bank has busted, and it 'pearws as if de end was nigh, mighty clue at hand." A woman entered a crowded street car the other day, and for a moment or two no one offered her a seat. Then a fat man, affected with the asihma, beckoned to her and aidaid: "' lamn, please take-take"-(cough, cough). She stood there waiting for his seat, and as soon as he was aver idseonght. ing fit, he co-luded: "'Mtdatoa, please take care and not step an mty sorre foot !" The look she gave binm was appalling. but all the rest it w hbe joke.