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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 2 October 1875

DAVID YOUNG, Publisher. " Qual igls to lt a ." SVIDALIA, L SIANA---- SATURDAY, OCTOBR 2 . N V()IOUMI II!. VIDALIA, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1875. NUMBER 52. m • maw• nn n • mi menm mm ln • m nn mm mum nm • • m • t wm m w w ~ w m • wm ra mm mnm m mm im mmm li n mnnnmaim lunl~ m mm ml llmmm m AN SARIT POEM BY EDGAR A POE. The following .era q, neir h.-f.,re puhlll hel . We witllf.a n Itb ab Ibnm of a Ilaltimorli, laly IN Etlar. A. Po,, at the seg of t11, ahsttlv after he Irlit Woat Irfit in il i.w . Threy are givi ill farc-liilll n F t'rlll.nr fir HSepIIte(F t. From bhiltdhori,l Il-ir I li have it IW 11 An otherl werr - I have not a, in ' An othere saw -I .umld nit bring My Ipaions friom a rommon )tpritwg. F'rim thle anre iotlrce i havr I'! takien My sTirrow I ., ilil nt awakilrn My hert to toy at tihe samme tIii Andi ll| |I vro1 I lrt l anor.e Trou in my ehlhtloitm -in the lnawi Of a ntnat stiriml lifr wa drawn Frnin v'rv dlpth of goo ad IlI11l The inyat.ry which hli.i n ...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 2 October 1875

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Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 2 October 1875

Zoncoctiia tagit. ,, LOCAL ITEMS. The Police Jlury meeO next |r Mouday. I'llhe past week hai i een ,-, (:, folr cotton picking. .slI The last of tli'. railro dl iroi h41 is'8iaily expected at Natchel z. I1> l)avid YoIng i ha. lA an im n'se Il stock of hat o1f lIh latest sityls. I'. Most of the busines's 1os)es ,good'I . ; Bfy advertiseiiiiilt ill al oth r colum n, it \ill be se ,, 1 l ll4 ,1,1 1 r.1 lliersch has rki i»-<dl tlhe price , -of in cat.l See noticve ill alm<»eller )ol] iIII ,of a light Is un iniu bi' l,,rII C(lo to tie St.ie nlil,,l lanl- l ing to sell your >rloduei-. li, (; est prices paid. As the ,intn s i ;4'n lvlt-. et'lh tlh' p ckets aw :' laitr :1 141 latel.r (i in:l il<l. d l ;) Owll' i1vi r. 1 "Shakies".r'-e nowi) all thel ra; e m in N1 t<hli<z, ;I l land u ni is in I' , I\ yoi wVo nt i , lo v\in, 11 11 114 David 4o1 n 4's ;a! «l \xa4 iii4i,' \\ (o to 14) \id \ ounn 's Dnl exami' no I hi-s I.i li<':,( l - . I l 1pu1 rcl I Isin Ih I -r . (-...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 2 October 1875

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. LI:MO.,l Plr.--One lemon, ;one cup sugar, yelks two eggs, three table s5ir nsful flour, one cup sweet milk. Beat whites of eggs and add to top. MINCe PIr. wrrTHTr MEAT.--FivO soda crackers, one cup seeded raisins, juice of two lemons, rind of one, two eggs, spices, nutmeg, cinnamon, etc. AN (O)INAMENTAL BU.ANC MAN(R. Make a corn starch pudding in the usual way; when cold turn from the lmnril and ornament with almonds l)anrched, and serve either with cream or floating island custard. TurE following is a geood recipe for raspberry vinegar: Pour overone pound of bruised berries one quart of the best cider vinegar; next day strain the liquor on on-, pound of fresh ripe rasp berries, bruise them also, and on the following day do the same. Do not sque 7zo the truit, only drain the liquor thoroughly. Put the juice into a stone jar and add sungar in proportion of one p»nnd to a pint. When the sugar is melted, place the jars in a saucepan of water, which heat; skim the liquo...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 3 March 1877

----~ "4 DAVID YOUNG, Publisher, ",Equal qAs t+ .dlt .-'en." Terms, $2 00 a Year VOLUMME IV. VIDALIA. LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1877. NUMBEIR 2. SELECT MISCELLANY. THE LORDS PRAYER 4 tur l'atlar. )y righ at ,,I ,,rat;a i. lity bountiful ;proviliou, Ily gracious alolptiln VWhit art in heaven Tho throne of Thy glory, The portion of Thy children, The feample of Thv angels - Ilallo'wed he hvy at.ut- Ily the thourht.' of our heart., By the word, of our lips, IRv the wort: of our hnand iTh: kingdlo:u come- S)f Providene- to Dfefend un, Of gatr to refine ita, a "f glory tia .rowln ns- Thy It ill he done on earth tA it in in heav'n - Tnaiards ua without retsistanee. Pv 114 without rompulslion, I :niverally without exzeeption, Eternally without deleewi0oi-- ,fro u", Chia day out' dsily bread (it necessity for our bodies. I! eternal life for our snalan t1d I'tZIv,' ian our treapasaae"t A .ainst the lommtands of Thiy lag, S.rainst the ira,'e of Thy gospel at forir i er'' tho' ' that tr...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 3 March 1877

41E EAG I.E. ' At _ _. _1S . t 'a! Pari£ . of Cercnr'lia Ivy keeps a house not only warmi in winter but cool in summer. Phliladelphlia policemen have, within five years c''nit ted eight murders andli ntedlessly sliot sevelitell leei rsos ithlout fatal conseliquences. The lMoltaria Le-isliat ure has cl;haiged the iinuae of the Little Big Horn River to Ciuster Riv er, ill nieiiiory' of the brave cav alry leader who met his death ion its blanks. - L-- - Among the notables present at the arraiginment of Joe Co burn at the Tombs the other day were "She Chicken," "Brockey," "'The Kid," 'Pug," "Squint," "Dirty," and "Slob." ' The Irish organizations of Baltimore have resolved not to waste their money on St. Pat rick's day parade. this year, but give what they would have spent in that way to the poor." Would that all other organi zations would do the same. The Ouachita Telegraph spoke up prompt:y regarding the attempt to assassinate Governor Packard, saying, "We have no idea that the would-...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 3 March 1877

TIIE EAGLE. ADVEClRTINllil1 RATI(I. qUARsu. I mo. 2 mno. mo 6mI y 1 square S 3 75 $ fI 50 $ 7 60U$12S2)0 2Sequalrs 7 50 12 00 15 00 22 3I 3 square In00 1500 22j0l 331 42 4 mqgloree 15000 2100 30)00 451 35 6sq,,arfe 18 00 28 00 3700 !11; fit; i squar~e :.2 00 33 00( 45 1i 101 70 7 sqarel' 26 0'1 .I n0 6b'2 : 73' 88 8 sqq-trem 30 00 450!Y) 6i0 (10 90 lo0 10 qaresa 3701) 5'i 00 751('011 I2 125 rlTlqure 56 00 84 00 100(10 125 175 Isiquareis 7500 112 00 125 00 175 275 Transient Advertisementes $1 50 per square, first itPsertion; each subslequent in sertion,75 cents. One slli:l onititutes a PJUARnE. Republican erish Executive Conmmittee. Hon. Davil Young. , Prelident. Isadore Lnmle. Secretary. Fred. Bizzell, A. Tolliver. Thi.' W'e,Lb .1ake .io.tn . C: lemnian lwell, L.,ui.. ,lnt'lhett. Roht. Waters, Leryv Jaekion, ihtol. Norton, E. W. W ill, Nonla (Or.ahwm, T'lom iingleton, Ilorne, B ell, W in. utler, IH, i Warner, C(la .oinei., Welliniton hurnse, Ned Iaiidill, Gu.. Davis, helnrv Watkiln,...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 3 March 1877

THE GREAT UNKNOWN. Prefessor Proctor on tho Supposed Ex istence of Sea Monsters. Ilt a communication to the Lopdon I'.lho, professor Richard A. Proctor " The sea.serpent has long been re garded by most persons as simply a gigantic fraud. Either the object which appeared like a sea-serpent was oinetimes altogether different--a float ing tree entangled in seaweed, the ser pentine outline of distant hills half lost under a scudding hase, a row of leap. ing poxrpoises, or, if a single living creature at all, then one of a known species seen under unusual and decep tive conditionls-or else the circum stanital accounts which could tiot be thus explained away were concoctions ,f falsehood. " Yet, as the naturalist Gosse long wine lpointed out, on his curious essay on ' The Great Unknown,' it is alto gether unlikely that men know all the forms of animals which exist in the ,ocean, and the antecedent probability against the theory of the existence of creatures such as the great sea-serpent h...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 7 April 1877

DAVID YOUNG, Publisher, , Teru 00 VOLUME IV. VTIDALIA LOUISIANA, ATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1877. NUMBER SELLOT MIS0ELLANY. ( KINrNESS TO ANIMALS. F Be kind to The lie and study his will, h Aid assis? in "inaerting the elw.," Aid don't interrupt him -keep perfretly g tCill, /( No nmateer how awkward his paws. C It. kind to the wswnl,t and tapir so mild: Re kind to the winsomm Ijakdaw; a Be kind to the tiger, and don't make him P willd, ,(r !..'ll give you too much of his jaw. 01 U IB kiptt oteyt orto iy hnenpj. aid snail; it Be kind to the leopard-and don't tread on tail, it - ir he'll spot you at once if yen do. h Be kind to the raatanrpmd, Irrnardl nd it.; b RA kind to the ,,,tri.r tortj" or,,;tl h Ie kind to the run, pn a usf, and cat; Ri He kinl to the tnl,ererintor. [ le kind to the bull-fish, the goat sod the •acY,e, To the yak, whelk, and lesser peewit; ldi Be kind to the chaste ,,doriferous ape, , To the bearer, the perch, and t",mtit. He kind to the friendly andl vigorous He;: Ce ...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 7 April 1877

DAVID YOUNG, Publisher, a . ." Terms,4 00 a Yea VOLUME IV. VIDALIA. LOUISIANA;:,ATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1877. NUMBER 27. BELLOT MIBOELLAN Y. KINtNESS TO ANIMALS. Be kind to the lion and study his will, And anenis in "inmerting the claw+," And don't interrupt himu -keep perfectly e still, t No wateer how awkward his paws. Bie kind to the watmlat and ta,pir so mild; Re kind to the winsme jackdaw; a Ile kind to the tiger, and don't make hint wild, Or he'll give you too much of his Jaw. e BB kint to the eyster ihkneumýa, and mail; i Bethld to the brhiak kagatte:' Be kind to the leopard-and don't tread on tall, 1)r he'll spot you at once if yotu do. h Be kind to the gantarpod, gmrnard aqnl Ilat; Re kind to the jtri.,r trunFtlor; Re kind to the row, pIl.du.srs, and cat; Re kind to the Itnhcrcemlntor. Be kind to the bull-fish, the gont sod the noape, To the yak, whelk, and leaner peewit;l d Re kind to the chanle odoriferous are, To the beaver, the perch, and tomtit. Be kind to thie friendly and ...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 7 April 1877

S11E EAGLE. SATURIhY, APRIL 7, 1877 Ofilical Journal Parish of Oonoordia 'Phe wniud be b'owed. Never uind the weather. The lazy nman's greatest force is the force of habit. A politician without a party is likea man without a country It is lot O"e.wssary for a manlr to be a fool for luck. A (lhatley Ross and A.Oakey Hall are* still missing. It is legal proftanity to break the law in the name of the law. Wooden headed men can not succeed in the lumber business. The Morgan City Firemen's annual parade comies off May 5-. Our beautiful flowers do not wait for April suns and show ers. Everlasting hot water is the price of native American vigi lance. Brigham Young says he is too well known to sufhfer injury of character,and Brigham knows Young men for bulldozers and old men for city council or*. 3oys with the deadly "nig ge shooter" must not hit white m u. -pring is the most favorable se4son for a revival ot Budd hitm. A bad marksman will some times bit the centre target ox eye-dentally...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 7 April 1877

THE EAGLE. ,u .... I .. 2 mo 3 Inn m IV lbL 1 KpiSr' a (ft 3 aT ; 0 7 fin '$) $6 1' 2 rlqRr." 7 50) 1 0 0) 150 l 22 3:1 Ii 3 gnl"'rr 1000 15 00 22 00 33 42 j1 4 IIIresTf 15 00 29 2 ) 30 i)0 45 55 6mq,.r., I) 00( 24 (00) 37 (150 S1 I fl ti.q'ul, r . :1A' 1, 0 33 I() 45 IlI pi 70; 7 ".qiure. 4 I; 0 3 O0 i2 0~o 71 8R V R .tq,r."- ,31 r0 45 r0 flO o0 9 110; lo n 19O ,iIr,* :'17 10 50e riO 75 00 112' 125 IK n + ,rr' 5 111i( 4 (10 IO(000 125 175 210 Nql'.r '7i, 0 I 11 0i 1 ,5 00 175 2753 4 I'rin .iint .4 veprti."mt'nle l1 50 per 0 'qluare,. tirl) i,.- tioin; each sullblqurlt in- k Merli,1l.75 roots" . r (JI' (I 'ii'). cIInsitetP It a QItARK. lhepu blican Perish Executive o Commtittee. Il a n lD a v id Y o u nlII, P rr ,hd e n t. I ",,Ire(.i ).,ml,. a..'re,'tary. 1'ri.4 Au.ollvllr, A. iv 't'hus W% hh ,oke Jon,+., (', litman E:well, loniu tlatche,' t. Unit i ailer. , Lroy I a'k' inl t lht Nortonl , E. W%. W II, tl N :i0h rll 'ih 1, Tom :inlll it n, i,'r:,. WI. 'li. Hutlpr, p e,\ 11 1 ...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 7 April 1877

THE ESBOAPED SIOUX. A Oanadian Officer's Interview With the Indiana who Orossed the Border. A Toronto Globe correspondent at Fort Walsh. " ,t hwest territory, writes of a visit hv M1. WVt. of the British army, to the camp of the hostile Sioux, at Wood Inouutain, (ine hundred and ninety miles fronm Fort Walh: h Maj. West started from Fort Walsh with a detachment of ten men and himself on the lead; rode into the camp abort ; o'clock on the afternoon of the 21st ult., creating considerable astonishment among the savages, who rushed out, arms in hand, as they af terwards explained, thinking it was the United States troops, whom they had told were to follow them across the line. No attention was paid to them,ll the ('amp was passed, and old White Eagle of the Sautees (friendly Indian) sought out. There were alwbout three hundred lodges of mixed Sioux, corsisting of Tlncaapas, Minuecon. gsnus and Ogallallas, the worst Indians under the sun. They had a number of U nited States government m...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 7 April 1877
Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 27 March 1879

CONCORDIA EAGLE. J. P. RALL, .In., Enrroa oND Porarwro. $2.00 PER YE V)OL,. VI. VII)AIIA, LO(UISIANA, T URSDAY, MARCH 27. 1879. NO. .'mtl . ' A Ibright little girl. (living a twirl r ()n her ckatr. A groat Ioarded man flight intol herran , Was it fatn 7 The ice bsing thin, it let thema hsth in. Iln was ctiit. Ile climld up on the ice Andl wasn't it nle7 I'ulled her out. InI twelve month" down the ail"e, 1 Hho came with a smile . )On his ai m. Now she ckata' little dear ' And feels, as he'. near, No alarm. , .enn Pfierre, an Philndelphtn ,llein. t "Only a Farmer." Quite an intrrenoted andi anxious group had gathered in Mrs. Wilson's dressing room one phlaeant morning in June. It ' connistled of NMWn. Wilson and her three I unmarried dlau ,htimr, and the subject under snch nnimetl I and anxious di.a mlsion Was hI, w Antd where to open their 1 nanlil ".iniuIer eannpiaign. It had always " been an interesting subject, and, to the t maternal element, attended with con siderable anxiet...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 27 March 1879

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Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 27 March 1879

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Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 27 March 1879

FOR TIIHE F IR NFx. New. nad Nes.u for Wemes. The queen of Italy almost always dresses in white. It is said that the Empress Eugen;e has grown very proud and cold under the infunenoe of misfortune. Ole Bull's Wisconsin wife is the busi nest head of the concern, making all her hilsband's contracts, and arranging his programmes. A French girl needs but four dressesr. Her wrqpper, her plain black alpaca, her handsome street dres-r and a muslin or tulle ball dress. The latest smart girl anecdote con cerns one in Illinois, wlo is said to earn $26 a week by her skillful working of mink and muskrat traps. (Granteville, Nevada, has a lady miner in the pers.n of Mrs. Murphy, wife of Foreman Murphy, of the Alexander mine. Mrs. Murphy is an experienced prospector, and has recently struck a rich lodge just west of the new mill. Wedding celebrations : Three days, sugar; sixty days, vinegar; first anni versary, iron; fifth, wooden; tenth, tin; fifteenth, crystal; twentieth, china; twenty-fifth, s...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 1 April 1880

CONCORDIA EAGLE. is Sl. DmA U TaHaU API 1, N L V*4. Too. VIDALIA, LOUIISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1880. NO. 20. Mwor me m. f artsi a1..+ as Pe,  aft Ls a e - y. 1tp e r . . s eas . ,nat * , ,s ,os -- imp mmes 'wo sItm a m ba.. " -s -bY, sam.i LaSte.se,.' * . tr ra.se. a Ino a sp.' i .se msr,. w o..e s a. - me sad kl wawd sw-* Ws I,*" i , . _ "514'I .ap said che Il.si i. .mi.. s tiare.. h . aI.d asw '..; lad M "".... Amar ow..e*. 1 . h ai osaw.c ome wait Toll iaJs*. wmst ad Ns,. wild tadhs seas. At.r.al wa. b Ina. ids to e smal ad g nw Sa'd. thM st.a a--, wrl' a .apMe l lm f I. d r1 l,Lt skUl S. 44%S. h. w.l ehst. with y ler wght woe.t T E added r , D . line wintry aJltYM Isn in January away up ine the IleaLk t ofa wretallarte Thea twl wilight c.ed in rapidly, with a b ei g fi oo a ers itteveryhear, wailin hlqt h4. the etmne tle windows rattle i, thc~.mnntsI. S.till thee paele-faed -w., 14. L iU te'ln, on. " ,le wintryd a swfteet rnoon ic froJanuary tawaye up in th theak window....

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 1 April 1880

bAmga r WLs8 Ns COMPANY, MhI . .,, lhdPpeletowe AS e mttlalmsd Iss, &c., pjbr Mstr so be 'lsddressed ?ts1s, m8rb Ae , 1 1O8m. The eollowiag act, relative to adulteratiel of articles used as food, sale of asholssea and tainted pqoviswlos, the slaugh telng of unhealthy eattle, and also to peevent the landing of diseased animals with eertain preldibed limits, has become a law. The Secretary of State ha served an oleisai copy of the ame upon the varios Sherib throughout the State, with iestrutiloas to enforce its provilons : Seetion 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, That it shall be unlawful for any person or perseas to adulterate, to sell or ouer for sale in the State of Louisiana, any article of food and sustenance, knowing the same to be adulterated. Se. 2. Be It further enacted, et., That it shall be unlawful far say person or persons to sell or oSer for sale any tainted pro visions or sale vegetables, or other articles of food, the same being i...

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