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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 29 November 1884

THE CNCOR EAGLE. CORNWELL & EiVANH, Proprietors "OFFICIAI, JOU:3ALr Or ,r0 ~0 O2DIA PARIfIH." TWO DOLLARS PER TEUA 'OLUME XII. x)\I l.A . \. ---. S\T)Y," ,\; 'lmi'i 9. I,- - . .UMBER 6 To Our Patrolis. Any of our subscribers who will call and pay arrears, wo will have sent to theml, one year free, The Health and tto:ue, published at Washington, 1). C., a large, eight page forty colultm mothly limper, de voted to everytl!diln porthin n Ito h[ealth and Home, Ho:iatl Science. I)omtestlc Mcdlcine, :,lence, I.tlra ture, Art, Economy, Cookery, Hintsl on Health, Dietetis, fancy W\orik or the Ladlies, Prir" P'azztua for the Iloys, anti c'.ry rcrro ' t  t;.r, tf *Rtie ,tce that to:le t to i Ii r tiVe h talti, Sr''ielt di t+aUst, piur'fy otirl:! ;, 4 l.1 mnake hoe haImy. N-w OW uh krrit S, lo ayo i ' us 1 t' in advat' l', athal ha',' the Ilualth Gent to thei wt.tlve l' oiltlls free. Nzticc. \We w',,!ld I' pler.seet to have ot: lIa er r ig' i i lvy t"1 ntoti:s it; :t i o'it tlere I,., L...

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. — 29 November 1884

W msWo rmiowmn 5 sm g swa OM ahtseed admu.l AN4ARZEOLOGVICAL CONGRBB& a the b , rou ea rth; My tu rat. clar the track - aso ld for the tread wnight ea, "ebee t y were old ere he was young. 5.le a plan all the lanm a wt res. they thus begana mhi Mle, hia heel ItU akill to try, Amid his ribs bewildered laid, h.f suh recoiled, he '.wtt kew why "Wur*ance man," he mtlnUy aid. Neat Woe Pipe, a hot a ire: "Put upl" be cried, in aecent bold. ith elbbw joint he struck the lyre And knocked the weather bureau cald. t then le Cream, with hair ngra, Ce. bitter cold. will be that dany Thou dost not warm the jester's blood, "peoone for the spnner," was her Tong, That dragged its eathless length along. l;"abrhd she sung, but with a frown, And smed, "Behold I am the funny clown, And without me there is no Joke that gocs To every Journal In the land I lend my omniprenrot hand: Iye Iliad In jokes of every rrade ever jokel and pies were mado." oted Oysater ast his side efte. hall drown-ded voice a...

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. — 29 November 1884

Storles About Tarantulas. A boy from the colntry brought in a tarantula as big ai t man's h:nI tester day, and exhibited it for a nickel. At the hotel in the evening sinlo of the oldest inhabitants got t~ talking about spiders and such things. One man alid It was a well-establihed fait that nobody had ever been killred bylie hite of a tarantula or a ccntilpedle. This brought out a chorus of o,,es in dis sent. Nearly everybody el.e hal known of cases where men had died in morelor less torment as a result of being stung by these insects. "Eleven years ago," said a represen tative citizen, "when there wa-n't any such pleasure in traveliiri throgn, these parts as there is now, I cnttIled Sout one night just neross Ithe New M1exi can line with a party of prop,.etors. We were all comparatively vnew, and we didn't know anytlhing about taran tulas. When we selectecd our Iamping place we i.oticed three or foul dr ab colored things, looking I:ke dice boxes with covers, lying on the groutnd...

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. — 29 November 1884

ME CONCORDIA SAGLE Coaewa & lvans, Proprietors. c o - rr ousiba Cue t'so .Ia . I co. .ra 1 l.ga ter' i femut in~e Id0. iL i ..')" M v" y, ,rl':h'.r - i* - 1, 1 ,,' I t ,. l'l , ..lBevy t ast, a .erte emeuts wtl  liacoatinue SATURDAY, NOV. .9, Iast. VicCis Jackson " Columbus laliroand. MALT, TIrAIN. Leuives Natchez daily........ .: r. 3M. Lives Jack.on daily...... ...6 .. 1M. FREI(OIIT TtAIN. LeaVes Natckez daily (;un.ex!) A. M1. LM1vss Jaokson daily .. A. il. E. D. FROST. Gu'l F1upt. The Boasewlic'a Favorite. We will seud Iree for one year to every lady who sendes tait once the nan.es of ten married ladies, at satu e address, and 12 two-ct. stamps for, postage, our hLands)ome, eutcrtaitning ind nlltruclive J.oTrnil, dev'ot.'d to Fashions, F:tancy Vork. ic oraln, S'ooking ant: l o ue;hId :uattl.. Regular lrice, $1.O'*. :eit; to' ,, and se'e.ri next nuiiic. . Idr g, Donie."t.l ,l.:u',al, ,und's, Y . y, The ad. ':ers ,:f dir. 6',,, 1' " . wleo wIre unable to gro .., ,.i Is..'i...

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. — 13 December 1884

THE CONCORDIA EAGLE. O roptn OIpClL JOURNAL  CONCORDIA PARIA I WO DtOLLýi TA V.0LUME XII. VIDALIA, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1884. NUME , 9 The River Problem. a.gwesmRU sreathrtii~ ae alight o treetmea of the n sssle Lt. Washlngton,. Dec. 7.-Representt tive Breokinrldge, of Arkansas, has just returned from his Southerns tour in the course of which he visited Gal. veston, tie Mississippi Jetties and the Atehafalays. Being interviewed tololght by the Times-Democrat cor respondent, he said, Is effect, that the Atchafalaya is the key to the Mississippi problem, and; that .acoor dlafly as this is treated so will all ef forts to solve that problem succeed or fail. In hlis opinion matters have gone too far to justify an attempt to close the head of the Atobafalaya. It would be too expeusive and too dif cult. He recommends tile closure of lower Old river, east end west of the head, thus forcing the Red river into the MississippI by.way of upper Old river. Observation and study of ...

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. — 13 December 1884

A a fu or btee tu? sh wtld eo Si a o r. write BONU FROM ABROAD. le =i e r d, Sthe esao io mewar hosnls hees -e l same d la earr -onetver aLw rne I est. Of eeiae mI sa idew morningl sek tv, nomo t l asever  -lw _te n, or farw . AsI hei where iht allla loi's the star Of rire an love thata tender. I ove ofh il the true lever at 1L heart with hope forever, ou5r oft eavm hnIs hom below. Hed s d opry mlanion nearer tkh inlwo re n the stars that glow. Tim iove kinldreld makee it dearer abl eo then . tl tr olver. -ted o . el toy id'. os i yeM ilon hadll eanjd perto the h ien oterrpio eOlad ofa mel , a dewors with u rigt CaM ODDITY. bc o h-lee try to tell me just how I wba, IDttang bed re, amma csledmet Jamiee Lnk Io ertthng so delc stary comt i ior able apthenlr." I tried to eall to my mirend's aeye t eet padtion which my odd "conasi" bid enjoyed prior tho te interruption, and leottng toeeded. ,eli sot caeing ms, sideways, with our right arm under the back of voua Ired, and your left hand...

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. — 13 December 1884

C.meeralag Canary Birds. Canary birds may be treated by bach orswith despair, by comfortable elder. ly married couples as necessary evils, had by the young lady who wears her lair down her back and has it tied with hbig red bow as "too sweet for any in." It is the sentiment of the latter class that creates sogreat ademand and exorbitant a price for those little birds which thrilled the old Carthagenians with song when they first placed foot upon the Canaries and named them the Islands of Good Fortunes. A report er called at the store of a bird fancier, and found him surrounded with an at. mosphere which trembled with the trills and quavers that were sent oct upon it from the hundreds of little wotdlen eages which stood piled on all sides. -'Canary birds," the bird-fancier began, "are my delight. I frequently come in here after business hours and sit'listen. log to thLre little songsters by the hour. I have a few birds whose calls 1 can dis tinguish from the rest, add who know me as ...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia eagle. — 13 December 1884

1'E CONCORD IA ZAG( Cornwell A' Stroll, Proprietor.. FIA'IrURL)Y, DE'". 13., 1584. OSETTETTE TTI S)TOMAICh In cses co o l(rtrtpan, debility, roelac, ti'm lav01 e lor u sue, liv r reOa; I{mt, Ii. icolrrny of ttM koidnys ;:nl LlotLMir, con. blvaui.0101n .101 ofl or eltglnle f 0"u, ll ii H0,,u- ,r'a as, ioo. In iLl.t1 u too" nut. d3., to tl0 l 11 )01 a ohom lio..1 bol L oIn l - mtuool -loo\h o. intor PmfoO ad I .01 0':IOn, aid Wlhh a] n touls, ullrrr.h"1, t n .o h, itv,:, u:. i Luwa·13 ha, an u:. ·v:.:..l~r l yul.u - 2'u: ýe Ir lpy joisa t and T) Il"r,, to ý hof .l'pl j tut llutLrl tl'· lnuuiic !,r lea:,. \'il be o,;'.~p to cu arrlirp:hc.: andUto0 c11tO:l^:oi 01 ,Ov ut C3 11 "ilRoti (.rdrfolo riit 8n1t ..i aIu n. Is D.:N.FERRY&Co.0ve'T Ia ch e & Bajou Sara: Tri-.Weekly U. S. MAIL. PITýý S. Ponnywitt, MaIster. Clias. Juug:ing, clerk. LtaVee \Vioaliat uvcrv Thurolay, and saturday. at L iii. Leoavos 11ayo. Car,, every W elke10 day, IFridaty and Sunday, at -4a. wi J. N. LUCE, ATO)R...

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. — 24 January 1885

rat CONCORDIA EAUGL ATUIDAY, JAN. St. 18SS. Itelles Jacksel A Celasbus Rallroad. MATTL TRAIN. r ee atehez diliv p.......... . ves Jackson daily...... ..6 A. M. PREETlCoT T AIN. teaves Natches daily ('Jon. ex)' A. x. etave Jackson daily " " 7 A. .' E. D. FRosT. Gen'l Supt. CLUB RATES. CThe EAGLE with either of the fol lowing papers will be sent to sub eribers on receipt of Two Dollars in advqaee for one year. The Times-Demoorat, The New York World, The Health and Home, The Chlicao Weekly News, The Home and Farm. INAMITE. In Indignantly diselaimlnn sympa thy with the cowardly and harhbr ons conspiracy, which has reult I in the horrible atir of frondod,,thelri h press has volced the great heart of the Irish people. The Irishmanll will fight for his rights and revenge his wrongs, but he fights as mel tight and seeks revenge throlagh the chan Dels, which civilization do,.ns ll.no- able. The country of a Sarstlalt, all Emmitt, an O'Connel Is made of tim ber which may not be bent to the ...

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. — 31 January 1885

THE CONCORDIA EAGLE. DAGSL PUBLI3HINO CO. "OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF CONCORDIA PARISH." TWO DOLLARS PE: YEAR VOLIME X1i. VIDALIA, LOUISIN.\. S.\TIRI)Y. J ANIT ARIV 31. 185i,. NI' IBER 15 HBIBLL BISTE.IED. The selection of the N. O. Picayune as the sole medium for the illoutra. tlon of the grand pageant of the ('ar plval, Mardi (lras, Is flattering evi dence of the high esteem in which that excellent paper Is held by the wealth and respectability of the Crescent lity. Numbered with the getters up of this annual exhibition, so creditable to the taste and enter prlieof 'ew Orleans, are the leaders social, commercial and professional of the city. That these should make so ruarked a distinction In this direction is clearl;y, tdieative of an intention to give unusual recognition to ani hon eat, incorruptable, courageous public press; a newspaper which, through all these unfortunate seasons ,f radi cal and demlocratic corruption and fi.th, and anidil a thousand tenlltS. ti..ns for less honorable...

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. — 31 January 1885

To 00aa85PONDEum. Allt omntnneatlona for this pIperr * nl*+*lt be SatOtpanpled h i' ilh m arne ofI ih' tilor. not SieeMaailV for publication, but as evI Ience CPd faith on the part dl the wrater. Write d o . .. e wi ottht,', peer.. ne.ietid. rl. earrg, lIlnK ling able,. ad date,tn "ae alv eers or tigures plain ant Illstllcet. WHAT SHE BROUGHT ME. 'Tis faded Sower that you se Trulen me aI yar yag Sone whos littlo dainty hand Is whitera than the snow. J o e arh blue as violets, Sashe's a blonde and very fair, atnd subet-thnts are not as brlhbt As is her golden hair. And there ar roses it her cheeks That noete and go llke living tlilnlti Br voice is softer than tLLe blrok's That flows from hidden springs. she gave It mo with downcert eyes And roy flushes of the cherk TIhat told of tender tborughti lher tongue Had never learned to speak. The fitting worts had Just been alid And she was tlhne at luwi ans life. I gently laid the flower ansde And kissed my biuahign wife. She took It up...

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. — 31 January 1885

NOAH WEBSTER. 113t Nyo Comparem Noahl Webster'sl Rooks WIth lls Own. Mr. Webster, no doubt, had the best command of language of any American author prior to our day. Those, who have read' his ponlldrous bIut rather dis conuiO'ltrlee rolmlance known ns "Web't, tter's Unahridged Dictionary, or lhw One Word Led on to Another," will agree with mn1 that he was smart. Noah never lacked for a word by which to express himself. lie was a brainy man and a good spllellr. It would ill become me at thii lIti, day to criticizo MIr. Wtebster's great work -a work that is now in ahnl;st every library, school-roomn and cu(lllt ing-louse in the land. It is a grelat book. I only hopea that had Mr. Wetb *ter lived he would have belen equally fair in his criticism of my bookl. 1 hate to compare my own works with those of Mr. Vhebster, Ile.tu.ell it may ,eem egotistical in 111me to point out. the good points in my literary altiors: hut I Jiave often heard it said, anld so do nlt ptate it nsolly iljpn mry ...

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. — 25 April 1885

THE CONCORDIA EAGLE. EAGLE pUBLI3H;IN CO. "OFFICIAL JOURAL OF CONCORDIA PARISH." TWO DOLLARS !RR TEAR VOLUME XTI. VIDALIA, LOUISIANA. SATURDAY. APRIL 25. 1885. * NIUMBER 28 V I A , ~ c nI I In ii . . . . ... -. . . New Series of Sohool Books. We dnd great oompla!ni, in our ex. changes, about the action of the State Roam of Education, adopting a seriesof new books for our common schools; we think as some of them suggest that the hoard should look more to the condition of the parents of school children, and lees at the profits of tnok publishers. A large number of children have pi rents who are striving to make a bare Ilving, and are not able to stand this change. Our school fund is at a low ebb, we hear almost daily complaints of want of funds to pay teachers- our own parish is sanfering from thife maes, a great portion of which is entirely des titute of schools, shd a number of these in operation, have a larre ex cess or children, some as high as ?7: to one teacher-it looks like fo...

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. — 25 April 1885

THE OONCORDIA EAGLE. AGLN PUmBLISHINO O., Pubtusers. VIDALIA. - - . LOUISIANA. Nt WANTS TO UE A MUFF. *meb gal wave ou liht -a st thew. Is snw atc is s that I am envious quite ho he te pin beneath her hia. Her little muf is wee eaough To grace a aris dolt's trouseau, And yet her hand and s w-white out Bellm quite ootent in tmlhe to so. And when te wind is blow rough, Aon w we lk tbhrou drifting snow, I Wlhe my band coo hlid cr he. ---09 .a A STRAIGHT DIAGNOSIIS. An Attack of "Malari," uand What Caused It. "The doctor says it is malaria." "How did you get malaria?" "Oh, Aunt Mary, just as if one could tell anything about malarala It Is like the wind. It cometh from no one knows where, and bloweth where it 3isteth;" and the invalid turned her pretty flushed face on the pillow with a movement of unmistakable irritation. "Blanche, dear, have the kindness to look at me a minute," said Miss Mary Harrington, firmly but kindly. "We don't want to make any mistakes to start with. You know I a...

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. — 25 April 1885

BALD-HEADED STATESMEN. The Senators Who ('an Not Boast of Cre olgerous Adoranments. Senator Edmunds, the presiding of fleer of the Senate, has fallen into a habit of late of wearing a black silk skull cap. He is very bald, and the air of the Senate chamberis uncomfortably cool to the exposed cranial surface, causing colds and the consequent in conveniences. So he wore this little black cap all the day, In theeommittee rooms, in the Vice-President's chamber and in the chair of the Senate as its presiding officer. It looks odd to see the presiding officer of the Senate sit in his official seat with his head covered while all others of that body uncover their heads in his presence. And there are sonime other heads in the chamber quite as bald as his. The nearest ap proach to the systent whicl. Senator Edmunds has inaugurated is the course of Senator Williams, the hero of Cerro Gordo. lie wears a wig. It is very neat, and is very well fitting, but he has a way when he has occasion to st...

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. — 25 April 1885

CONCORDIA EAGLE. VOL. 12.I N. 28. APRIL 25, 1885 We were eo mueh pleased with the addres made by ('ol. Jno. R. Pltklh, of New Orleans, at the receotion of the delegates to the water-ways con vention, that we publish for ieaders, merely the introductory, and sorry we have sot space for the whole ad dress: "Chairman Wood then Introduced Col. Jno. R. 0. Pltkin, of New Orleans who delivered the following : "The moment of your mission entl tise you to our sincere hospitality, and is Is but just alike to you and to those for whom I am charged to speak, that such a tender should he emphasised in a frank assurance in respect of the Lower Valley. You have entered a new South. She las* reclaimed her old lamp from the ru ins of the past; rubbed with busy shirt sleeves the rust from her old eý, deavor, and lo! a series of Aladdin's palaces rise from the snd, whitle the good genii of the toil, the mine aind the fire, now incarnate in our fellow men, bring hither la'rRets that dwarf that dwarfs ...

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. — 16 May 1885

THE CONCORDIA EAGLE. 8AGLE pUBLISHING Co. "ORIOIAL JOURL or OCCORDIA PARISH." TWO DeLLA.S PER YEAR VOLUME XII. VIDALIA, LOUISIANA, SATUIRDAY, MAY 16. 1885. NUMBER 31 The Hough Suit in the U. S. District Court. We publish in another column an article signed by the defendants In that case, as taken from the North Louisiana Journal, which we consid er of some importance to the citizens of Concordla parish, as one of the par ishes belonging to the District inter. ested in the oesult of that suit, dur ing the investigation of which, any crookedness that may have taken place during said electiol ln our par ish will no doubt be ventilated We have already laid before our read.rs. a copy of the petition filed ., ,Tjudge H lougin n tub1. l. Difstlic Conrt, stiting at Monroe, and have also publIshed a lengthy article from the Morehouse Clarlon, reviewing the bearing of the matter, as being of in terest to the 5thi Congressional Dis trict. Oar position upon the question of fraudulent elections...

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. — 16 May 1885

THE CONCORDIA EAGLE. LAOLHE PUnLISHINGA CO.. Puablshers VIDALIA. . . LOTTISIANA. FROM THE MONUMENT . hook Northl A whiteclad city Itli T ite valley to its sloping kills; Here olams the modest house of white The statesman's longed'for, dlasy helghL Beyond, a pledge of love to one Who in two lande was reedosm's sea The holder of an endless debt- Our Nation's brother, Lafayette. But yro long lInes of costly homes And bristling s lres and swelllng domen And far away ae spreading farlms Where thrift d)plays subtantial ehems, And samlets creeping out of slgbt. And olties full of wealth and might, All own the fatherhood of him Whose glory time can never dim. All who can reckon reedom' worth Would write across this whole broad earth, With pen dipped in the golden sun, The magic name of Washingtonl If we can keep the rules he gave This land he more than ought to ave, Our future fame will glIsten forth Grand as the winterUlghted North l Look Southl-where, In Its eoat of gray, The broad Potoma...

Publication Title: Concordia Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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