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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 1 April 1880
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. — 1 April 1880
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. — 8 April 1880

OCOCORD A EAGLE. EAGLE PUBJHENAO 00,, . arm a i orm3 su le00 PM AN VOL. VIII VIDALIA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY-, APRIL 8, 1880. NO. 26. . 1 In tm Witer. In the winter, o:testeetr er O'er the lonely valley smdl; e In the winter, birds with muse Never flood the woodland aisles. In the winter, down the hillside Gaily cons's the gentler sex; ln the winter, o'er the sidewalk Ilfnrra the ulster for an X. In the wister softtest sky.dows All the Meder pennons tips; In the winter, the pedestrian On the seal-hole cover slips. In the winter, on the window Keenlyahine eanch fmat gem; In the Winter, toed Leandr Leaves at 2r. n, b in Iwinter, to the, onpes C. Angusttus Minnie takes; In tihe winter, GGnrgians ltluihes o'er the bekwhnat cakes. In the winter, silver sleigh-bells Jingle sweetly, mile on mile; In the winter, ,loth the snow hall Elevate the silken tile. In tihe winter, beggar-sparrows Round the gables chirp and prank; In the winter, doth the plumber Put some shekels in the hank. I~ the win...

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. — 8 April 1880

IHE CMOM!D EIA 03ioal Jnarl P of tpnoordb ] Offlial Ppe r Town of Vidalia. I AOLS PUBLISHING COMPANY, U ditorw and Proprietor. All eommsnications, &c., .for this paper, should be addressed "EBagle Publishing Company," Lock-box 14, Vidalia, La. Vidalia Thuraday April, 8 1880. DEMOORATIC CONVENTION, The Democratic Convention for Ithe parish of Coneordia, pursanant to a call by the Cbair man of the Democratic Execn tive Committee. met in Vidalia on Monday the 5th April. 1880, with Capt Jno M Clayton tem porary chairman and Joo ' Seaman temporary secretary On motion the following were appointed by the chair as com mittee on credentials: M A Jayce, F 8 Shields, Gen Z York, CO Beard, C B Burley. On motion the Convention took a recess to allow the cowm mittee time to report. On reassembling, the commit tee reported the following ae credited represention: Ward 1, no representation, B Pullin sub stituted as delegate; 2, Wm 0 Walton, W G Kalow; 3, Wm M Lee; 4, PW Chase; 5, I B Gaither, M...

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. — 8 April 1880

THE EAGLE. Vidalia,Thursday, April. 8, 880. SPECIAL NOTICE! All lIeqtl adrertistnents inaerted in this paper mtust be paid for after the first publication, otherwise luch advertisements will be discontinued. Three shows in town. Mr. T. C. Sims is foreman of the Grand Jury. Business circles are said to be on a regular boom in NatA thez. The second day's proceedings of the Police Jury will be pub, lish next week. Adams county Railroad bonds sold last Monday at 31 and 4& per cent premium. Much matter was crowded out of this issue. but all will appear in our next. The latest advices from Was terproof are that 51 feet of water has located itselt in that town. iThe back waters are reported as still rising. On the front,the river is still on the rise and ap pearuinces are not lovely. The Police Jury on last Tues day accepted the resignation of Nathal Lorie as Parish Treas urer, and elected Henry Gaither in his stead to fill the unex pired term. Miss Annie 1. Barnes, the young and talen...

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. — 8 April 1880

iate and their habits s not a very Im portat subjsit, bat may be interesting to memo of oer readers. The most Im portant of the rat species are the Nor way or brown rat, and the black rat. The brews rat is known all over the world, and L very detructive in its habits. It belonged originally to Cen tral Asia. Crosing the Volga in large troope ia 11$, it stohked Russia, and sabseqaetly overran all Europe. The original locality of the black rat is un known. It has been the home rat of IErope from earliest time, and was in trodaeed ainto America in 1544. The brown rat appeared in America about the period of the revolutionary war, and has ainreased with great rapidity, hav inag almost, if not entirely, exterminated the bleek rat. Bats begin to breed at two or three mouths old, and will have six or eight litters a year, of eight young ones each on an average. Were there no natural hindrances to their multiplication, one pair would increase to no less than six thousand in a single year, an...

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. — 5 February 1881

S"n CONUCORDIA VOL. VIII. VIDALIA, LOUISIAN , SATURDAY, FE The Leaky Bembes.. A ermer travellg with il lhid Picked up a horseshoe la the led And hlled it ls io ab rs deer, That leok dlght down.muae him poor, Sat every bLning hkoan to I is u ameow han dmes lad his" wUh, Dae mW upor po hahrm . Dsee d ipel , ms growai b . iit hea deelie b t mi o o r eg * lsera.ht M tl g F Mtildwe1 and smted an s oarl Hisdgram refuted 1s ea4p Mhays TIse mia.e died, or weas(t Wa; In bshot, all moved the sesuked way. Next spring a great dnouth balel the rod, And roested every pea il pd; So long .s eature eed emd; Redundant Inae rn ed their brood To starve or leek of Juldy lood; The raves from barrel ides wet of I As if ther had the hoalopeoogh, And nothing of the ue tel ind To bold together felt inelined; In short it was no nee to try While albthe land wee in at fry. One mor, demorUlid with grief, The farmer clamored 0er SaW; And prayed right hard to tadersland What witohoralt now paemoed his land; Why...

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. — 5 February 1881

arlIal s s.of Vidalia adAL t sankU re sr fPsAN1 iloeer. et P~reeem -VIaia -, 4 day Feb. 8. 1881 Chotolaekls Grady & Faggp's " The river Is rising at this point. Lb. Vatast $le lAve cents elear ia Ihb lsital L C. Ls hasu it. The wbi t,. fortune man is In towa Capt. J. fas bas had his ·wf b-whek itt hism Jat week, billed.  --.,. mm--  A ansLaso vaiety of pipe at Loeb'.. Take *A-OK.MUSeT" and yo winller e ineu-.. For Sale by J. I Sebiele. Toilet Soaps of all kinds tor sale by J. i. Sehiele. The only Onion Sets from Philadelphia, ~both white and red, are at R B & H Gaither'a The farmers in and around Vidalia are besy repairing their fences, preparatory to pitching their crope. Judge Thes. Reber has gone uast in the interest of the Natches, Bed River and Texas Railroad. " Mr. L. 8. Oornwell has had a very handsome and attractive sign placed to front of his blacksmith and wagon shop. I[mro-wrn wines of a superior qgalvy on hand at Loss's Tobacco and Lqor 3tore, No. b CoVmmeoe...

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. — 14 May 1881

CONCORDIA EAGLE. OAGLE PUBLIBHING CO., ]Zenoma A amPso .. - - 1 l UAU VOL. VIII. L LI A, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1881. NO. 31. We Loe the Aset Bset. t Oh, the absent are the dearest To a mother's loving heart; And the depth of our al etion Is not known nntil we part. We rosy view our sleeping darling With a watehful pride and case; , And may breathe an eaernet bl~asfi O'er each dusky bhead and fair. But if there remains a pillow Teoou ncrmpled, and too white; And the chair a-near the bodide hold no garments for the nIst- 1 If we misa the shoes and Stocklug, A torn jaehe, or a dres- If we mfes a " anther Adma * r a . For the rover romn our nest, And we feel of all our darlings Taat we love the absent iset. Ah, the absent are the dearst Mothes hearts will answer ye' The dear lila by far the wertiest Are the lihv w,' cann,,t ki,!e THE ECCENTRIC BACHELOR. F-- was a living specimen of the typical old bachelor, a personage more oft s met with in the pages of fiction than in real lif...

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. — 14 May 1881

TH ONC ORDIA EAGLE WITY fIPPEIMRIT. Om~sutlNrslPah of Ooneatdi 011 oalr Town of Vidalia Ofisal Joarnal of the 80hbol Botrd SAeL-t P ulsL1tHrN coxPAsr, I(4ttown. tad Prorntesto, Vidalia, Saturday, May 14, 1881. Toilet Soaps of all kinds for sale by J. E. Schiele: Col. W. H. MeCardle has re tired from the editorial tripod of the Vickabnrg Commercial. By the first of next month glass making will commence at the new factory at Moss Point, Miss. Alex- Horn, Jr., a promising young jonrnalist and one of the proprietors of the Meridian Mercury, died at Meridian on the 3d Inst. Ex-Governor James L. Al corn is prominently mentioned as the successor ot Governor Stone. If Governor Alcorn heads a party be will give the one in power a tight race. Now is the time for the tax payers to see to the assessment of their property, for if they put it off until next month, it will then be impossible to ree tity mistakes, and as Capt. John M Olatoo. our worthy assessor, Is one of the most ac. comnmodating ...

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. — 14 May 1881

Concorbia tagle. Vidalia, Saturday, May 14,1881. BP.ECIAL NOTICE! AllU legal adrertisements inserted in this payer must be paid for after the first publiattlon, otherwise such advertasiments will, be dilnotainued. All communications, &o., for this paper should be addressed " Eagle Publishing Company," Look-boz 14, Vidalia, La. A colored woman, we are in. formed, dropped dead in the Minorea Church, on Lake Cou cordla, last Sunday durug di vine service. IcE, in any quantity dauifed, at Orady & PVagan'. Garden seed, new crop. of all varieties and of the purest; onion sets, the best quality, at c'hiele's brug Store. Peter McDermit, while in a fit of delirium tremens last Wednesday week, the 4th inst., walked into the Tensas river anud was drow ned. The finet hrands of bottled Lager-on e-ast Irady & Pagan's. Smoke the tamous Infantes and Cameo, the best five cent segars in the market, for sale by J. E. Schiele. Mose Spry, a colored laborer on the Tacony plantation, died sudde...

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. — 14 May 1881

r ?U FAIR ANDn E U b.aseea Deem Lwa . 'was, Nw Yk, tse to the vow: I you expect to havebm my esei wh a lawa from seeag down tb oa, ae to it thatthe grounds thor eusgh dmaled, the soil well broken up a  pasiaed finely and not ies than: three bushels of seed som to the ace. lrws may be seeded either in the early aring or about the latter part of August. I pet the spring. To insure an even growth of grass let the surface of the sell be alike in quality to a depth of at least ix inches; this will do much to ward pventing the growth of grass in pathca Bolling is indiepensable' in the formation of a lawn After the seed wh beensown it should be rolled. When the grans becomes well started cut it frequently, and remember that the oft. ener you mow the finer the growth will be. Also beer in mind the fedt that eutting it alone will not secure as com past a sward as when the mowing is fol lowed by the roller. Bone dust applied at the rate of, may half a ton to the mare and evenly harowed in p...

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 1882

-711' ·,.~ 'Ir~ ~·r \i, ~·. fl· 'fir. , ' 1 ·, f A I~~ ~ ~ ~~~~ 'r':'· . ·- r=' .2 b04 Now= ST i -p -, , i ~~~, -'$·. r·:':.~~, m ee ·u d .eeagns tirn ass md idarwa 5at a .eget iyr aram. seat dAs lMmS lwes a em n TIE LME -MS. saesnbsa.b f ,pe . lug1 IM waheem to / D ng se le tm 3.a/ý amea hbme mes * mfe-I iram Jiid t ha - whek *pivd mesasg ihmmb of les Imp.emnmt but ulit. hable It w *efl ng1I . bfhmgr wIs A VIh& had suemmed et, eim dey. bdr .mlmrsph'm b e 4Ags and totty Is diw we A that Obght buwhie Is Demro hemd wa ttotf ny butI h lm that sdmiof the oe hah ueeae l Iwo I ams tsient -n OimEltp. sa the swe (a re, Uo la llew.gamsmsem. lm , mie hley; le I had61 anotho '.pme.s, bt mweSW W yapp hIn .epewelm g mfym e fro Du. tin in lersn . ls teawiua.. I k 4tlmln the l m ehk I how bue4. ammiebad lasm aeB bl-ai mainI wa .seiew we aed n li s- empty bat-ohm mammy arriga laim soa thIteo lws mIaes haotw whl. a gatrea edday In. al.y smle dew nety edpo lte m I had a god opomdtnuMy ml ...

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 1882

4** rus tb# mande.** ae4 agerouh i; u' br. labs gaveSi ISthese whd t *so ow.. tot wate was ever " ,. ot vo ma Ow .amiodbyini atb* us sitesy 4i" srr; e wa s e, is be ** of titso wm#'by pm g t. `ooh*t Is the e tmmaeau au`wet. *1"ai e .e Mtashs brt ra sits a GWs sori ad H1 to pow 2~~~41s the I~- L~L ap~l~~i~i hing,~w Zame be * uhesi '#ea so sh lagesemskbeeted e to r, wa yam. per. -rlr mu~n - up. bsti 3. les. osts me 1 -IýIs W. "iht wemees us its wish a. Pas ew, ,f rsrr ý at the wat - its r wisheas oesk sheet `.'3 ti{ oflyia se a bers tet e h Jan p ths up .'cr~l ~A ~ as det eels et A reither Mete ta V ' i. his thelw et { we weal over b waether did bees b wo.sI tmhe t . s  4I a lthe wa we ines tem to sen is the ioegalors of W. RI & H. ees, who bhave s tMared, the water Is two a.t tiebasmp es the Seseu ya.r their lss will be heavy to dryse. a the other Bode of he stagh i tM MLore of ·- Fr6e , es. ooe me t gaser! em the Ser, he ved the moes of his oeds, toe bot three feat adde e deep...

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. — 1 April 1882

- f ! t ea smar _ " !': wtith n.s a ebas* ~ "stm are so fill e( a* ahai impassable. - ineus i Vidulias. W.L.bR.H. Meens drug smse will be open frm IO So as o. gi. sad fon R ,-,t i !" R. Mseg will gve the Waekaeshis psonual attea tion. "bla one of the his* was , d... da the Ssua nboat. was e6pslsed and got aUl$.ty clamp. Od pipnlar draggist, Bor race Oither, was taklng a pleesd, _ trip in his .,ftdola,' when' S aeaddeleay euplad, giv. lng bi  hlg., hi. eas '" wve' dews our prioipal streets, Tuesday, eveing,asometbhln never betore known by the oldest inhabitant. she mooed ex our msal street a eotigug suatt borns y . We had the pleasure of meeting Mr.IsadereLemle, one of our merchants, who bas been absent br some time; be reports high water where boes-setrom. be loeeks well. we welcome Mr. Lemme home, among his maJy friends and admirers. Squire Daily, better known ws th man who called on the Lord to have b~ 4rom own. lsg some months ago, Ie now dOtg 4l be as to aid urers from ove flo...

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. — 1 April 1882

*Il i-Ai A` ' ' p,'v }C :Ikk y"s ýIc I.I^ a. agieýr Wswdlf as~ fAas un I Nat. ý.sIe w,,. 'n.ýd ae Maf hab -. ,,· tp wrleased emess sue Zd kdiL wb +he 8.. ý:«ý. w as, wi tes as ai* r semr bater, Y afgntuU " to l b. ar.S a Tamin o *hii mo t4se1 ..teb, auh.avsM i4' ae ..a at1 fl-Ua. Nei UMo I. be a. p.Wok i.g ze.,a s w. Nt . * 3egnen as shol , soois as <k i a agOuihr l. w w 3k t wsirrJ kern H a Jiam ; tvne eeikw eea~shMs a -r. o" sft ewt e UM r a - -enehbeakI ejadsem.pen t . i Y.e so el. Iw..ea as heesVh6.al.e. Iea, IU =s i lr Ou~a Wrive S b at* o akl tt wttf ter ýt es useiri woan** * * Gee~Sb ..41sha. blee & .ho tl, I alit Sb *. S> M r . Sa' h rrndeie -ie buie I. Sb. aephgb eam. *#ri ' dmw2 lu)h the Moe~u~as eayhe ys abstat elk4 lat'~l bee aL drd -e ml * a b -v !.k 1b hb. w banr boe e :..;,"ct r .s'". Nliý t ,.S ur Or ýT 'SO Y . a N. a 1 D VT ýY Vky r~t *pmr n~wgf 1 s S ! e eli wahI" t. alMi Sas e-i nn, bY a inesn ._l_ LWYmL Inm .. ,.,,n t Ia - s ss eneard Es fanse t wi *l Y...

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. — 12 April 1883

yHE CONCORDIA EAGLE. NAGLE PUBLIBHING CO., Idltors and P-oprl.tors. "O tF ICIAL JOUR 1L OF CONCORDIA PARISH." TW O I)OL.LA P3 1 1l3 V 01,11U1E . VIJ)ALIA. LOUISIANA, THIUISI AY, AI'l4 12. 1 88. \I1 ;R *iM; OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. State Offlers. (hovernr , I. MPE.NERIY. Prout i.re tn'honnt, (1 il, WA L.T(N. Polrctnry Htnan. WVll,,. A. HTi'ItoNO. A t tot nov (emeornl, .1. ('. El A N. A udi Itr 1'uhlh' Acot. A LLEN .11'M El. Tr,,n'1ure'r, K. A. Ilii K R. M( p. I'n1.. I4114r,4I ' 44)l , K. If. FA Y. Supreme Court. 4helf .1 1tiseI, K. V. IIRKIMI' I)Z. A NNcI1teqs, 4'. E. FKNNER. W. M. LI,EVY. K, 11. T.HID). F. P 11 )'l , K. U B. Ben' tors. W. P. R I,I,Ot1, New Orlens. I4. F. JONAH, " Members of Congress. i1 JOHN Kl,,114, lot. 1)idtri't R. l. 4lilts IN, 2nd I)litric t C. It I IA It A 1.1,, :trl I)itrli't M ( III.AN('IIART, 4th l)Ihtrlt. J FL,(OYI) K IN(I. Ath lItu.trI t. R. w. I'IIKit'rýTsIN, 11th IIintrIht. 26th Benatorial District. Tl'.4414n 411.1 41on1.o0 I I'rinhe... enntll(or, t;8 L. w ...

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. — 12 April 1883

THE CONCORDIA EAGLE Official Journal of Parish of Concordia Official Journal of the School Board, BEAGLf PUiIItITI4NG COM-PANY, THURS.DAY, APtrPI, 1"'' IP1. Til IRIVERS. 1Th1 1 river he' r, i,h i' t141 ,Tl 4us( 1 1 I' llie4' 1 I 1 1111'11o4 , w '.ilh itIl ' I" l ow rl:4a rin! fort' I hr4 , ' I. 1 1 1 i:, 1 , j41 44od I'. llin 1g T I I I' l , 11" \, 4 , I w ill h111 ,1ly 4-\ -I : I h'\w i('1,'' , tho ri1,1 (~11 f ro II ('.re 1` 1 1111:, + th11 . p o in t . \ ]l t h e (1 ' ~l ,,,r . IN e Ir, ' I .,rnuing 1111i 1 1117 , 14h 4 ,'rril' ,r11 '' 1ll1:! \; 14 fe'l' 1 1'' I \1 4 :1 , 4 'r 1'' \44 '' I : '41 I : 1 ":till ilna ilaield. T h. l hi] , ,I ambi:,l.rlu Il. I1414411114:1'41. '111` 1 I , (' 1:,1 '11:1444 ln'lh lli''ra, (4 Mi l 1'i, f~:1 i 111 11 %'%vy r:11i1 44ain \ b h I4 '1, 1 tIo4 ' ha\44', I-41b v 'ry t4' , lt 4 ':I , l lt,,l 4 . The'11'(h1114 h1as Ie4 n 'rl'i,4n rali,l4ly l 444,4 Pitttbunlr o 14i('nair . AI I 'in''inne tij, I' galllo IIZ NW 1 11 4:1119 1 feI14 t, :1 I'i41 ...

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. — 12 April 1883

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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. — 12 April 1883

THE CONCORDIA EAGLE The Food Supply of Europe. The LTondon Economist estimates the I resent food supply of Europe as equal only to eleven months' con sumption, and that. the deficit is grad unally increasing. This authority es timates the antnual grain coui'um5p tion of the I'nited iK dom at ;0o7, 000,0(4) hushel., and t the continent at 4,70l4,ti4).0l ) bushelI, a total of ,, 401,04N,0(40 bushels. The production of the I nited Kingdom is estimlated at :l?2,0400,1,wN) hushols, and of the conti nent at 4,73:,t41,,00) hbushels, a total of r,45, ),,0 4)1.0 , or a deficit of 343,l41),0t44) bushels. The mneat consumptllion ,of (reat Britain is estinmated at 1,740. 0()4I tone, anld of thel cont)inent. f,30l; . )000 tons, a total of 1,0ll,10) toes. 'rThe production of the Inited Kling dom is 1,I),4c44,4, and of the continent 6,22!$,04)4 tons, a total of 7.31.ft.144) tons, or a deficit of" 795,,i'44l tons. last year EIiurope pai.l for imported meat .15, 000),l4)4, anvd iL'.41i,0)'40,'l5 fo...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
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