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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
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 in a eondition of decom
position, or unfit for tood.
Se. 3. Be it further enacted,
et., That it shall be unlawful
for any person or persons to
slaughter for food and offer for
sale any eattle, hogs or sheep,
the same being in an unhealthy
See. 4. Be it further enacted,
etc., That it shall be unlawtul
for any person or persons, rail
ways, steamships, steamboats,
water or other craft to dis
charge at any of the depots,
wharves or landings within the
city of New Orisue. or siy
S city within the State of Louis
iana, or less than two miles dis
tant therefrom, any cattle,
swine, or sheep forwarded
through them or shipped on
their own account when the
same is known to be in a dis'
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted,
etc., That any person or per
sons violating any of the pro
visions of this act shall be
deemed guilty of a misde.
meanor, and for the first offense
shall be puntshed by a fine of
twenty-five dollars or three
mouths imprisonment, and for
a second, or subsequent offense.
shall be punished with a fine of
fifty dollars, or not less than
six months' imprisonment, or
both. at the discretion of the
See. 6. Be it further enacted,
ete., That the Secretary of
State, immediately upon the
passage of this act. shall notify
all sheriffs, chiefs of police and
other executiveofiicers through
out the State to take cognizance
thereof, and enforce its pros
The act ot the Legislature
,.iter o Perree .[aries maps
Section 1. Be it enacted by
the General Assembly of the
State of Louisiana, that the
term of ofliee of all police
jurors in this State shall terms
unto on the first )ooday of
April, 1880, and that It shall be
the duty of the Governor, im
mediately after the promulga
tion of this act, to appoint their
aoeeeseors by and with the ad
vise and consent of the Senate.
See. 2. That the police jurors
appointed i pursnance with
provisions of toregoing section
ahall hold their otflees until the
next general election, and nuntil
their soucessors be qualidfied.
ln ease any polleejuror shall
remove form the ward from
* whtkh he may bhave been ap
poetetd, his oeiee shall be ipse
'eff vaeeant, and the Governorm
shaM he sod is ere
may ea resagnsc. I
tihe srajy other csase, a
e. 5. The members of the~
p-l juries appolatld under t
this set shall meet at their vs. u
sslive oo bhooums on the bi
bt Mondayot April, 1880, eor
Is soon theretter a may be
Ipaetlmhle, *d pressed to or.i
tall at ,ve ock to., l
eleetur one of their own bo ;
as president, and other ofeiers,
in accordance with existing
laws. Ipre Yw Ln
ow. to Ise a Your LJtt.
d Editor Ceeordia Eagle:
Honorable exceptions among
the femners improve their land
each year, but the greatest mum
her of them follow, in the enl
taro, the routine learned from
their aneestors i and, as this
q1estion is one of vital inter
est for everybody, I ask tor a
space in your able journal, for
g the insertion of this letter and
Sother ones. at a future date:
P The agriculture of a country
is not as booyan asit should be,
if it is not based on these two
fundamental principles: 1st,
that the soil renders all posel
o ble fruit ; 2nd, that the expenses
in cultivation shall be smaller
than the value of the crops
Any large, or small, farm with
1 out these two conditions can be
r only of an apparent and fioti'
r tions prosperity, but it is not of
f positive value.
I Ohemistry, botany and entoe
, mology, noder experienced
teaching, have learned us rules,
aooording to which the work
i has to be done. to ensure sc
I eess. A farm does not render
all the profit it should, if it is
not well fertilized; it the cul
tivation is not adapted to the
- nature of Its soil; if the seeds
don's fill the requisites pre.
scribed by science; if they sow
1 constantly the same seed in the
same land; if the soil is too
r wet or too dry; if the insects
destroy the plants, and if they
don't cultivate all kinds of
plants they should.
All soils are composed of or
ganic substances, sulphates,
phosphates, silicates, nitrates,
carbornates and chorides of
lime, soda, potashb, alumina nod
magnesia, and some iron. The
growth of every plant is based
! upon these prinelples and the
carbon, hydrogen, ~itrogen and
oxygen in atmosphere. That
is to say, the cotton, for exam
ple, takes from the soil in two
parts of its ashes. 35 ot potash,
15 of magnesia, 4 of lime, 30 of
phosphoric acid; 4 of sulphulic
acid, 2 ot carbonic acid, 1 of
iron, 1 of chloriue, and 8 of
' silice and charcoal. It is very
fair, then, to suppose that the
ground has lost each year. ot its
fertility, as mucif as the weight
of these ashes; so that there
will arrive a time when the
ground will become barren.
if we don't restore to it these
Three ways are known to
renmpdy this evil, viz: The fer
r tilizers, the rotation in the orops,
and the fallow. The fertilizers
are nattiral and artificial. The
guano of Peru belongs to the
first class; the fish retuse, pul,
verized bones, stable manure,
and green manure, are the prin
oipal ones belonging to the see
Soud; but they are not idoneous
in the same degree, and al.
Sthough in principle they all are
profitable ones, this property
varies in each one and for each
Silant. The best fertilizer for a
cotton field is the cotton seed;
t bet for onions, etbbas.,
melons, lettuce, &c.,is the fowl's
excrement, well pulverized and
) perfectly mixed with the earth
one month before planting the
Very tew among the farmers
r in this parish are able to buy
tertilizers, and they must be
cautious in doing it, because
there are a good many kinds,
and they could be cheated in the
bargain it experienced chem,
letst or honest merehants have
not previously assured the per.
centage of soluble substarees
and nitrogen contained in them.
The best manner then of saving
money and having a good fer
tilizer is to prepare it at home,
and there is nothing esialer.
Dig in the middle of your
farm, or near to the house, a
shallow hole; take each month
all stable manure and pour into,
add every morning the
oue sweepings; meantime 4
the children are playing in the
streets have them to gather <
vegetable refuse and pour it in
the dung-hill; take the dirt and I
muek yeou can collectaudl carry i
is to the heap; mil all together,i
every month and you will have %
within a year a valuable fcr- I
tilisIag ingredients, and sixI,
times cheaper, than the best one 1
you can buy in the market, '
for which you have to I
pay twenty or thirty dollars a
too. If you add ammonia
dilated in water, and biphos
phate of potash, you will havet
the besat fertiliser known, as it
contains in each ton 16 pounds
of nitrogen, 17 ot potash and 10
of phosphoric acid, so that its
agricultural value stands higher
than that of any commercial
artifiial one, and as high as the
best Ohincha Island guano.
As I have also to treat of the
manner of culture and agricul
tural policy, I will speak then
about the importance of the
r rotation in the crops, and the
I tallow. Lrro-LoPaZ.
They Don't Deserv It.
Ma. EaBTOn :-I notIce by
your advertising columns that
it as the Intention of some petr
sons residing in the lower end
of the first ward to apply for a
special act of the Legislature
r authorising the appointment of
an extra Justice of the Peace
- for that portion of the ward.
It is well known to the voters
of the first ward that out of
fforty-nine registered voters
within the polling precinct con
stituting this portion of thej
I ward, at the election of 1878,1
a only eighteen persons cast their'
votes, and at the election of
- 1879, held in March. only
r twelve persons cast their votes.
" The writer holds that a commu
nity that is so negligent in the
e exercise of their right to vote,
" should not receive the benefit of
any such act. ".
The Publio Schools.
s FRooxoua, March 28,'80.
' Editor oncordia Eagle.
f DEAR pIa :-At different
times I have called on the Pres
ident of the School Board to
, ascertain why. it was we could
, have no schools at or near
f " Palmetto" or "Ballina," with
I the same result: " We have
a just made the arrangements."
and " it will be all right now."
l I have just talked with me'
I on "Ballina" and "Palmetto,
t and they say no one has been
- tbei~Ibr the purpose ot teach
rilug a school. Great complaint
is being smade, and with good
t cause. All along the Missis
Sippi river and Lake Concordia
I there are schools and school
I houses, but here in the Eight
t ard there are neither. We
a pay school taxes, and what is
s the cause of this? We are grow:
tlug distracted on the subject.
G. C. HARVEY.
List of Jurors for April Term
Motes Carry 5 A Tolliver I
fHenry Johnnon 5 Perry Whittiker 6
Denni. Lewis 3 N I'R.andolph
' Thoe Jeferson 9 Win Yerby I
I' ini Wilson 10 Coleman Ewell 1
M A J'vne 5 Ples Co-k 3
Barnett Biley 6 ('icero Brown I
SN a W Nlrother 6 1 Jnry Johmuon II
Phillip Johnson 6 Fr'd K-le 8
Alvin Hooper 1 I:obi Waters I
Sain Wallia 6 Ne've Williama 2
Dick Tl'yler 9 J (lrir:.orinick 3
I)David Daw-on 7 II (v G;rd-l n 5
SSlonoion Aiktis 8 A. d ru.o Pird,.xter7
Pletaant Pri na 2 Aild r on.i Mr. (al. 8
W G Kllow 2 J . Htln I
Zack Hubbard 6 J + t ,, d Jl . (:
I Levi B Jarl .on 10 J,,- F;..,tiln
Henry Elivi 7 Amo lv',,r, Sr 6
Emanuel Guicr 7 Ju IHlenderson 2
" Dan Bsiley 5 TI T 1, s 6
Jno White 6 Winm llortr
I an Kernall 6 S p 'I I, n,pp on 6
A J Chase 6 A oln Monroe I
Rufain B:uwn 4 Jou Gaines I
Dan Green 6 H ndersoFountair l
D K Hu,,t 6 Jacob Palmer 4
Levi King 6 Albert Hawkn. 9
Jno'Trimable 6 Anderson Water
Killia Norton 8 Page Gordon 7
Jam Warren 7 Henry Procter 4
Willinegoa Burn. 7 TP Jackson 7
Chas 0 Wade IJap Johnson 6
Wmn H Pollard 6 Aaron Green 9
Reanot lswan 6 Jordan Yaug I
Henry Hall 6 C(urti Black
Jno Osberu 7 Jo Williama 6
Jou Wltemy 6 Joe Wilaon 9
Eli/jb cernall 6 Abe Heater 8
H B Oatkher 5 Jn Monoroe 1
It is among the posasibilities
that the National Democratic
'Convention may not hI held in
Olucinati. At irst, there was
trouble about the hotel charges.
The hotel keepers bad about
concluded to play the gouge
game by charging double rates
during the uituing of the can
vention. They were only
brought to their senses when
they were oinformed that if that
,watheir plan the eonnention
would meet elsewhere. Now aI
new trouble has aisen. In otr
der to report the convention
pepurly, and to secommodate
the members, it is necessary'
that telegraph wires should be
rap into the ball where the
vention meets. The Com
Mon Couneil, however, has re- 1
besed to grant permission to l;
oeet poles upon which wires
,ay be stretched. Mr. Barnum,
Schebairman of the National
Deseeratic Committee, has in
fearmed the local committee at
Cileinnati, that if the desired
permission is not granted, he
will call the committee to
gether, and another oity will be
selected in which to hold the
convention. This threat will
probably have the effect of
forcing a little common sense
into the heads of the authori,
tise of Porkopalis.- Ez.
Els. L. D. ALDRIOC ,
No. 87, Main St., Natchez, Miss.,
French and American China,
English Stone China,
; merica sad Imported Slassware,
Lamps, Oils and Trimmings
OF ALL. STYLES.
Vases, Toilet, Children's Tea
and Tete Tete Sets.
gouse Furnimshing oods
IN GREAT VARIETY.
: he largest stock in the City of
Silver and Plated goods,from
Fall Disser set, 138 Pieces, for $15,
Pon't toiget to call at
T8 MAIN ts.reet. Natehel. 87
t ... un VMaa er
- AND -
113 Main St.....Natchez, Miss.
92 3 BESSAC 1 92
MAIN ST., NATCHEZ,
JE7 W 7EL'F-
DON'T FORGET he bha returned to
Everybody is invited to give him a share
of their patronagc.
I Old Gold and Silver Wanted
t fe b5.2
Voltable Town Property.
tWO DESiR RABL E COr NER LOTS,
• with Buildings and l,nprove:ment
thereon, in the Town of Videlia, paying a
good rental, for cash on easy terms.
Apply to J. U. brehas Drug rMore, Vi.
dalia, or to J. P. BAIL. Jr...
Clerk's Otra, Vid.lia.
C3-eo W. F~'OX,
I o. 42 Main St.
2 Fresh Drugs
SAsserted Trusses asd Syrnlges.
!r' TOOTH FORCEPS, and other in
strllni ,lltA ut tost.
FI(tE GARDEN SEED--A speciality.
tI.ml,* and Clbinlmey Wickng, &c.
aEnvahqll Itter and Note Paper, Pens,
SPencils, Ink. &e.
Pex's faslertie ead Liver Pills.
I nly Twenty (Cents a lox.
The only remedy that acts at the same
THE BOWELS. and
Thi combirned action gives them wonder.
fal powers to cure all diseases.
Use Fox's Pills and Rejoice in
If you ant take will, mash then up with
• little sugar or elabber, janlS-3m
J05 r. WALWORT. , JR.,
p Practicees i.h Courts of the Thirteenth
Judicinl Diatriet, and the 8apreas Court of
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to
whom it doth or may cuocern, that in
eonformity with act No. 84 of th eztra
sesslos of 1870 of the Legislature of this
Ntale, an Elertio'n will be held on Monday,
the tthl day of April next lor the purpose of
elkecin a Myor ,nd ree Councileno loe
.ne Town of Vidalia. The poning plee
will be at the Court House in sid Town.
T. N. HUMAiON,
D. K Hnet, Secretary.
Vidalia. La., March Ith, 1580.
Stab of LosWIans. Parish of Cmeowrdl
I Parisb Coalt.
Seocesmlon of James R. Norment.
PUBLIC NOT'ICE Is hereby given that
Sby virtue of and to satlily a writ to
sell, to me directed, issued out of saId
I court in the above eaccessino, I, James
tatilsll, Sheriff of the tParish of oncors
dia, will. in obedience thereto, ofer to sell
at Sheril's hale, on
Baturday,tbe 17th day Qf April,
3 to the last and highest bidder, at the hour of
eleven o'clock a. in., at Norms Laeding, at
the store House of James IR. Normaent
Sdeceased, on Blaik River, in said perish,
b the following described personal property,
Thirty five glleons whisky, one gallon
Borbon wbsky, tlllirteen gallons gin, two
B thirds barrel choice sugar, three-fourths
box ginger soaps, fifty pounds assorted shot.
one and two-tlhrd dozen two poseund can
tomatoes, one.third case eardimnes thirty two
cans oterse, one-half bo raisins, five
laucets, three-fourthe gross matches, forty
six pounds soda,eleven jeas preserves, seven
brandy peaches, twenty one cans peaches,
twenty two cans strawberries, two jars
brandy cherries, tourteen bottles pepper
seuce. one-halt dosen bottles brandy, one
hundred and five bars soap, one gallon
vinegar, four pounds allspice, four and two.
tixteenthe pounds cloves, one-halt box
I, candles, one box black pepper, one dosen
boxes bluing, twenty nine gallons coal-oil,
forty three boxes lye, one.tlurth sack fine
sault, one-hall box starch, thirteen sacks
tobacco, two-fourths poiud tobacco, three
tourths pound ,utmegs. fourteen and three
fourths pound candy, one pound fancy
E, candy, one-half barrel molasses, five sugar
cakes, twelve bunci, s fire crackers, one
and seven-eighthh boxes cigars, one hun
dred fish hooks, o.ve dosen fish lines, one
a dsen fish lines (complete), eleven Collin's
axes, one and two- third dozen ax-helves,
one-hall dozen spring balances, eleven
olin, bridles, eleven horse brushes, one
ream wrapping paper, one hundred and
)f fifty ive pounds Kio ct.ffee, one dozen
twelve inch hinges, ten pair six incb
hinges, five gross knitting needles, five
pounds wrapping card, one box assorted
, tacks, three auger bitts, one asuger brace,
too sets knives and forks 76-1000 100-383
less two knives and turks, tno and 11-12
b dozen axel grease, forty two quart buckets,
lhty one quart buckets, sixty three quat
buckets, filfty four quart buckets,lour strain
ers. tilteen pressed-pans, five quart drip.
per.s tour basins, two dish pans, nine
.eives, four pad locks, eleven pad locks,
two spaying knives, three pocket knlives.
three pi·ket knives, two pocket knives,
four wooden buckets.one cheese knife, one
half keg nails o10, ten pounds nails 12,
* nine washd-b.trd..eiglht m. wate r roof cap-,
one dozen pilnt cups, seventeen pintl cups,
- three razors.two razor straps, four razor
) brushes.eighteen pounds rop., one colie pt,
three cotfee potse. one pair connter scales,
otne tin sitter, ote oil can and bxture.-, twvo
hate. one hat, one hat, olne show case
Iwo dozen tea .els, two plates, Irur epal
setts, s;x small b.wl, six large bowls, olle
tourt duosen benkft r plas, onu-.third of
a dczen soup plates, nine lamp chimneve,
lihve bottles wild cherry, orie-third dozen
soap, seven cakes so4p, five cakes sunp
to Pialore, three c.,kes uspF Pinafore, five
bar tumbl, res,,onie-hal dozen peach brandy,
five bottles corcial, threthourths pottld
Ce casplior, tIhree.ogkctrthe pound lozenger,none
dh zeel bottles caslor al, one and one lourth
d gozel bolttes part Boric, one bottle pain
killer, seven boxes worm candy, two
handkerchiefls, oe pair men's hafl hose,
two and one half dozen thread, six yar,
Saintlsook, six and three fourths yards
brown lotton, three yards bleached cotton,
'hirteen paper F"is, twenty fougr and one
b ili years calico, four and one third do,zen
,uttons, thirl' iolin strin's, fourteen and
5, one half pounds beeswax, four and one
t- third dzzen Jews Harp,, one side ltllp,
a one de.k, one note of Juo. A. Snider, one
cow and calf.
I. 'Terms of sale-Cash. at not !,es than
the appraised value.
Br l'iiLP IloUoH,
Sheriff's office.Vdalia, Louisiana, March
30th, 1880. aprl 3t
, State ol Louisiana. Parish of Concordia
Succession of Peter Young.
i. PUBLIC NO lICE is hereby given
that lchsael Phelan, as Trestamentary Ex
colutor of the wit: sad estate of Peter
Y.iunr, deceased, has filed is the office of
the t.lerk ot tie Court at Vidalia, a iup
s, plemeutal Account of his administration,
a d unless opposition be made thereto
within tell days after the publication hereof,
the same will he approved and homologated.
. Witness the Hon. J. S. Meng,
S rL I. Judge of the Parish Court, and
S .,s )t e seal thereof, this 31st day of
March, 1880. D. K. HUNTI',
aprioSt Deputy Clerk of Court.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to
whom it doth or may concern, that one
J. M Crawford, agent four Gen. W. T.
Martin, on or about the Ist day of January,
1880, on the Spokena Plantation in the 7th
ward of the pari b of Conitrdia, did take
up three Steers and two Heibra, the owner
or owners of which are unknowno. They
hare described as follows: Two Light
Brown Steers, mrked with s crop and up
per bit in the right ear, swallow fork and
upper bit in the left ear; One Dark Dun
Steer with the same marks: One Ltght
Red Heiler, marked with a swallow fork in
the right ear, and an under slope in the left
Sear; aeloon Dirk Red Heifer with the
same marks and branded with the letters
sJ B T'. The at-era are worth about ten
dollars a piece ead tIM leifera are each
f woleth bout irx dollars. Unless erid ani
su malse scalled for by thleir owners and
e cost paid within thirty days litor the first
I* publication hereof. the same will be sold as
the law directs.
T. P. JACKSON
Justice of the Peace, 7th Ward.
Parish of Concurdia, March lth A. D.
J'. I1. ýO'h21ele
Rteep'e"tnll aenoauees to hie friends anl
the public pnoeally, that he has opened a
JDrug ator e
and he just recmnve ntd ilN p Ma
tanlly on hand, a fall assortmont of PURE
Di 11O8 and MEDICINES, PATENT
MEDbCINES, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, S'TATIONERY,
FANCY and TOILIET ARTICLES.
GARDEN NEED. PURE WINES and
BRANDIES, lor medieal use, oe., &e.
Physician's Prescriptions Care.
fully Compounded, Day
TRINITY BTREET ..............VIDALIA
,A. A. & A. M. Ball,
D r em a makerm
r - AND -
s 3 tI L I ms i tioa.
3 VIDALIA, LOUISIANA,
(Over the Ding Store.)
, RESSES made in the most fashbion
S / rsle styles, without delay and at mod.
I * LIoNERY work of every descrip.
r tion netly t1oe.
RESSES sena from dilferent parts ol
a the parish to be made will receive
a prompt attellntion and satisfaelon ruaran.
i, feed. Proper measurement in such cases
a Ihould be sent with order.
SIAT'I'RONAGE from the different puatt
n of the Parish is ,especi'ully solicited. /
e r A DIEl from the countlv are invited tc
l lirall whenever in town and leave
measurement, so Wjrenever ordering a
13 dress,a proper fit canbe secured.
, J'rRICT ATTEN',ION given to all
at woaik. tet 25
t mflfl A iMOmt H gat r.a md. $lit aday
sIUU Lt homlie i adie by tlhe inlldumrtrio.m
1upital not rrmqnirrd; wt will start
s you. W. women, hoya and girl, mnake
r" I moeney latrtr al orkfo lu that at noy thluy
a, 1-e. 'lhe work-3,. litht Smol mlearnet. and
,,h ha an yr .vu,+e ;n ih-lt .. 'Ihleve who
are i.-"1c w1+,o re m otice wills nad us their
d llm's.. at ,"e ,, m f.r themnehvet.
or I tly O t~. t ..nd 1.1 I fre. Now lathe
a, hi'. '11tI- :hr".,,t .I work are htring up
ir tuse.. -.1 oiouc Adsh-r', t'EtJL&CO.,
: Ho; e Shoeing & Wagon Repairing
e WITH DISPATCH.
h (Near ''ti y i ty MI.)
n VIDAL' A.
r' . All Work Guaranteed.
W. J, 'Wentworth.
e INSURE AND BE SAFE.
47 Canal St .....New Orleans,
NEW ORLEANM INSURANCE CO.
IE(,tabli-hed in 1806.
t IMECHANICS' T& TRADERS INS. CO.,
FACTORS & TRADERt. INS. CO.,
ST. PAUL'S INS. CO., Si. Paul. Minm.
TI'HE ROYAL CANADI'N INS. CO.
Policies in the above, or in any of the
New Orleans Companies, taken.
L. 8. COLt*'t4.ELL,
Roeulent Aaent, VidaliaI.L.
If you want to 6ty a Bar*
ing Machine, for cash or by
installments see or trl t14
merme St., Natches, lf e. .
vafety owf ood seond-hand
Orders left witl T. N.HUMA
BON, Vidalia, will receive prompt
· E. L. MIDDLETON.
S Wholesale and retail dealer in
For.elgn an sed DImesae Eiaste
h Nots, Oysters, Tobaccoes, Se
r gars, Oandies, etc.
N 1* IT Commerce strees,
NATC'H EZA Mias
d Meals Furnished At All Hours.
. 011 A WEEK toin your own towa, mand a
a cbpiD l risked. Yoa ern gve the but
ues a trial witbh, expense. The best
Soppiortanitever offered for those wilntat to
h wo k. Yon slhoull try nothling else untiljo
see rb you'rself what you can do at the buik
neon we oler. No room to explain here. Toe
can devote Itl yoor time or onlyt yor spate
time to the buiiness, and umake great pay for
every thour that you work. Women malo t as
nieb as men. end forespecia privade terme
sud Iarticularm, which we mail free. P
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