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Vidalia,Thursday, April. 8, 880.
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
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
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
Miss Annie 1. Barnes, the
young and talented editress of
the " Acazlthuts," an excellent
literary paper, published at At
lanla, Ga., is in Natchez, solicit
ing aubscriptionsa to her paper.
It is said that Messrs. carpen
ter Dix & co., of the Natchez
Oil Works will soon build a
large and comn modious building
ifor their business, andil that the
presllus now iredl by thetm
will be turned into an extensive
soap tactory by a company of
The ectertaiinteint given by
the Ladies Aid Socicty on
Tl'hursdlay evening, thle 8th inst.,
at the resiidence of MLr. Faulning, I
for thbe purpose iof raising
funlids to build a Chapel, was
well attenled. The gold ring,
vwhich was voted to the most
ainiable young ladly, was won
by Miss B. Limlnh,'.
HIere againli (. to llaradell's, I
eu Franklin street, Natlchez, for
your Vegetables, such as Cub
iages, Celery, Radishes, Tur
nips, Beers, Lettuce, Carrots,
Asparagus, Cauliflower, Soup
Herbs, Onions and Sweet and
Irish Potatoes. Fruits of all
kinds. Also Fresh Oysters by
dozen or barnel. Beer given
Under the head of New Ad
vertisements, in the ptesent
issue of the EAOLE, will be
found the co-partnership notice
of Drs. I. T. Miller and R. W.
Beers; Dr. Miller is an old res
ident and practitioner of our
town and parish. Dr. Beers has
recently been engaged in the
practice of medicine at Rivers'
Landing. Their office is at
Gaither's Drug Stoie.
Dr. A. B French, proprietor
of the ill-fated show boat "The
New Sensation" that sank at
our landing op the third inst.,
is out in a card of thanks to the
good people of Vidalia for fas
vors and kinduess extended to
him and troup during his so
journ with us. To the Mayor
and aldermen for especial fa
vors; to LSheriffs Chase and
Ault, Messrs. Huffs, Capt.
Olapp of the Ferry Boat, L. S.
cornwell, Capt. Aust,andothers
of Vidalia whose generous im
pulses and benevolent acts will
ever retain a bright pilace in
Oweng to the Editor and out
entire force of compositors beu.
lug compelled to give their at'
tendance to the District court
land Police Jury, we have been
unable to appear on time this
week, but as our compositor has
been relieved front further duty
on the Police Jury, our readers
will accept our apology, we are
Owing to the inclement
weather,Sprague, the champion
illusionist and ventriloquest did
not have a very large au
dience last Wednesday nighi;
but those who did attend were
allowed to retain their tickets
which will be good for the en
tortainument Friday evening,
and as quite a number of pres
ents will be given away, a
crowded house is anticipated.
Mr. John Hood, a Republi
can, formerly of Natchez, but
at present located at Washing,
ton city, writes to a gentleman
of this parish, in highly com
plimentary terms of congress.
man King. Making mention
that he takes deep interest in
rendering what assistance he
can to his constitnel tos a.d ad
vancing their interests; es
pecially the colohred people.
Judging from his letter, Mr
hood has been captivated, if
not converted. by Gen. King.
As evidence that this is with
out doubt the most eligible
point for the crossing of the
Southern Pacific Railroad, nol
withstanding the high, water,
planters from the interior are
able to drive their stock from
the swamp to the Mississippi
hills, without trouble or loss,
while at Delta, opposite Vicks
burg, the trestle work of the
Shreveport Railroad is said to
be two feet under water. This
fect alone, should be sufficient
weight to decide the committee
in favor of Natchez and Vidalia.
The Police .Jury of the Par..
ish of Concordia, anut at theI
Court Hiouse in v\idalia iMonday
April ith, 1880, and the fl-I
lowing memnbers were present.,
viz : 1' 8 Shields, t'resident pro
tuts, E. Pullin, laundy Walton,
,1 L ,oulntree, Jaike .lones, C B
lBm ley and C II hall. Absent-
Geo C. Harvey and Jas S Gay
Tbhe minutes of the last meet
ing were read and alppro\'ed.,
An informal report of the;
coimmittee heretofore appoint-I
ed to superintend the repairing
of Deer P'ark ltevee was made. i,
which showed that said worsk
had been let out by contract
and was in process of coustruc
The quarterly report of N
Lorie, Parish Treasurer, was
presenLted, read and reterred to!
a committee, ,onsisting of"
Messrs. E Pullin, O B Burley
and I, S Uornwell. for exanmina
tion. said report is published
in uanot her colmit n.
Tile resignation of N Loric
its Parish Treasurer, was also
pr, senLted t the .Jury.
The petition of citizens rela
tive to the road leading from
Court House, Vidalia, to
Stacey's. was presented and on
motion it was ordered by the
!Jury that the road overseer of
road district No. 8, be notified
that the portion of the road
abovo referred to is a part of.
his district, and that he be re.
,luired to work same according'
The fillowing changes of
road overseers were made:
Guns Weaver for district No 2,'
in place ot Matthew T'wine,
heretofore appointed; Peter U.
Ferrel for district No. 13, iu
plaee of Capt John M Olayton,
removed from said district.
A petition of citizens relative
to establishing a public road
leading from Elk Horn plantao
tion to La Marque. was plre
sented, and, on motion, was
laid .over until next meeting.,
On motion permision was
granted by the Jury for the
erection of a gate across the
public road between Pittsfield
andt Winudamere plantatiou.
After which the Jury ad
journed until to-morrow at ten
o'clock. FS. 8. IIIELDS,
Attest: Pres. pro tenm.
D). K. Hlunt, Clk Police Jury.
REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COM
Parish of Concordia.
Preialdent-J P Ball, Jr.
Becretary-J A Washington.
Judge Wade Ii Hough, Daniel Carey,
Hun Jaa Randall, Jake l1 Dorsey, Jsiah
Ballard, Col Geeo Rtawyer, ChG O Wade
Hon E W Wall, Cicero Brown, Col (G F
Bowles, J A Washlington, T P Jackson, J
P Ball, Jr, John B Horton. M J Eva.n, N
T Randolph., Prol W H Pvyne. Ih. R' .
With hli, larRge and varied stock, con
at his old stand, is now ready for buiness.
Every article oecea-ary to be had.
EXAMINE FOt YOURSELVE8
is supplied with pure and choice liquors
ol different brands that cannot be equaled
GIVE US A OALL
and you canno.,t but he satisfied, as we can
5ill any order given.
NEW ADVEwRTISEMEN TS.
CO-PA RTN'ER,~ IP A't'IC .
rTIE UND)ERISI(;'ED have this day
f nrmedl and etiered into it co-partler
slip for theI purrlde of pral(iring MEIJI
CINI: and SURGIERY in *he Town of
Vidali and surruulding countrv.
Wh1 T MILLER, MD
KW BEERSM, M D
VIDALIA, LA, April 5th. 188O.
Office at Gaithet's Drug Store.
PUBIIIC NOfIiJE is hereby given to
I tthul It doth or Imaly concern, thirat one
John B Horton has taker, up in the Thild
Ward of the parins ot Concordia, Louis
iana, the lollowing stock, to-wit :
O()ne iao ciw uover crop in each ear.
Onle dull heiler over crop toi each ear.
One red heifer over crop in each ear.
(Ono two year old steer.(red) over crop
in each ear
On111 red heifer over crop in each oae.
One red cow over crop in each ear.
()One red ox over crop in each ear.
One red cow over crop in each ear.
One red Iluly leiter crop and under bit
in each ear.
Two black cows with white spots, crop
ioff the left e.,r stll hall crop off the right.
Onle w hite Iheiler nio latlk.
line whitc spoltted yearlil bhull, swallow
fork and under bit in each ear.
One epotted yearlhig bull, swallow fork
In each ear.
One white sported heifer, swallow fork
under bit i n eah ear.
One ble,. twot )ear old bull. swallow fork
it left ear.
oie black two year old bull, white face,
One red nilly heifer, crop off left ear,
-wi!hlw lurk and under bit itn the ritght.
(ne brindle cow, swallut^ lurk in each
One rid eifetr, crop and under bit inl
UIInl sitled o)w, over crop in lft car,
crop alh oilder bit ill right ear.
one r, covrw, iunder bt in left eau, vide
alii (over crip If right eCtr.
U'e, . s.llil otock are called for by
theur cn iirs and costs paid within thirty
d:lys viler the firet publication hereol, the
v't0C wfIl ii. sold as the law direclts.
F'ItEURIt:K sCHLEI ILlER,
Ji.ae. of tIle Peace, 3d Ward.
Pari, of Concordia, Louisiana, April
•ith, lSio. apr? 3Od
VIDALLA & WESTERN
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS.
Co'oilra l a iti
3 30 pi,.
. tryr boat will signl thro1ruh bills of lading
at ul.;,-he,/. J C. A''l',
apriil ;an(l Sulrin tr.;lant
. large invoice o1'
t"'I.-1t t'11 (-It()C. lt;Iia:
Srh CI AS
ICK.lil.El) TONGI I"ES,
to ouplllied with a lurgE and well ael.~eteld
stuppl of WINES,, I.tIt1 I)S andl CIthAliS.
Eit:EI.t. FIVE t'.NTS A GLASS.
Triltil3 Street.......... Oplr0+,le Post O1ffree·
J. OSt' -11 BUIILEI'.
ANI) DO fN't' 1J FOR1 ) E I' l''
V'E AltE STILL. in the buhinessa alidici
Our stock of
Faacy anad FPamily
IS C uM PLETE.
FIresh Hanil, Barrel Picklesz,
Corn Starch, &c.
Try Our Cleopatra Flour.
6irady d& ar'agaU.
F. w. PAUL,
Boot ~ Shoe Maker,
Adljoinilig JCtfteriOU tlrtel.
uepauirilg 'all repIrti , ,tl l cn lute at
,oIiirt Iiiitiv', l(jie!i wiork alrd a tarlilct hit
ciaravllterd ii, all ereowets. at lriiee 111 allit
the tilhc.. roithlSjlu
-H B & H GAITHER
Where you can get all of your
D R U GS
NEW ORLEANS PRICES.
At The Lowest Price.
9E1. Z. TORK. coL. WAljE I. YOUNG
YORK & YOUNG,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
P'LnIcGIIO0RNE A LAWRENCE,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
79 IVail_. St, 79
LARGEbT STOCK IN MISSISRIPPI.
WHEN YOU CO OVER TO
3 a m = C "E!3 =
Do not fail to, call on
Jno. D. Earhart,
No 123 Franklin ,treet.
He keepl the largest stolk of
SUGAR, COFFEE. FI,Ottl, MEAT, MEAL,
Dry Groals of all Kinds,
BOOTS & SHOES, liATS & CAPS,
IN TH'E CITY.
ilis Liqaoti ds a -i W i , to i i llynl oled, and
sold hb the gallon, qlart, pint, oridrink.
In any qluantitr.
Crockery, Glassware, 'lin Ware, Hollow
Ware, lard Ware,.
IhI fact coull an get anyithing at the lowr.st
cash pric when vOU t .rade at
JNO. D. EARIHART'S,
Goods hought by Order will receive special I
"t' .I (l Gods delivered FREE to the
1Ferry Landing. t:ha3 "l 1
TJic.lali HIotel 1
U irsupassed Accommodations. I
CH IRGEN AtEASO9.RIBLE
3leals At All Ilours.
IT.\VI. NG e ,r."d the lhr,'e Iand llnllol
dioun IlllTEL IIt'IllHNIt. in order to en
tertlill mlly n ulllllerOllu p i IIru , I la nollt w fully
l.rlared to accoi odllllllll it the pl lie and
resi1.crulyl solicit the iatroall ge of all.
Atllachedl to the Ipreltireir o a Stuilei, where
sltock will be well attllendd to.
Ellea Blood woIth
REA L ESTATE AGENT
ril'ppOSITF NA.\TCIIZ. I ISSI.
Plantatiois in Loui.iia:ll and
Mississilli bought and sold
Forly Acre tracts ft' Ilaud fot
sale on aelt', two, three andt
four years time.
Town lots ill Natchlez and'
Vidalia bought aud sold.
Plantations sul'plicd with labor.
(General Intelligence Ofice forI
lalioreLrs Vho desire to secure
good houes, anid ibie best
w'ages, in tihe States of Lou
isianua and Mississilppi.
On uiinceumbered real estate
Parish and %tate scrip
Bought and Sold.
Taxes Paid at a Dilscouet.
SBusiness ptumptly attended to.
iState of Louisian Parish of Concordia.
) . Pariah Court.
J. L. Harris & .Co.,
vs C., No. 985.
SN. II. Ntuntin. )
PUBLIC NOt IICE is hereby given that
by virtue of snid to atiefy a writ of
hieri Iciae to rise directed, isaued out of the
above stvld suit in said court, I,
Jaules RaPdoll, Slieraif f the parish of
('Concordia, have taeued upon as the property
of the defendant, and wilt, on
Saturday, the 17tb day of April,
offer to sell at Sheriff"s sale, to the lus'
and highest bidder, at the Court House,
door in the Pariah of FConcordia, at thel
hour of eleven u'' chk a. In., the following
described property to-sit:
three ,uarr nmu.re. and three hundred
ulld fifty pounds (anre or less) lint cotton
T'erms of eale-Cash, at nott less than
two-ttirds the approaiaed value.
JA . ES IRANDALL,
I'er l'HIttI II. von Deputly Sheriff
Ntiesifl t(ffic ', Vidaa1a, I., nuiana,
April 1t, I10U. aprill-3t
SEIZURE AND SALE.
State of Lonisiooa. I'aras: of Cuncordt.l.
Thon as A. lihn. er-lun,
v.~ lNccesa.o Nf, 1125.
).thurn Neot n1t:. dl''d.
I)Ull IC ) I'l Es hr. hy given thai
bly trtue of, alid inl bhedience it, a writ
fl saisZure anIt .1Ie to ime dartrctcd, iseel.d
utit of tile altbove ivld tuit in alli Court.
1. Jaines Itadlill. A, ler"t of the l'arsh o'
Conctrdia, have alttd uoun land wilt
Saturdlay, the Ist day of May.
offer to sell at Shieritf's sole, in Vidalia,
Louioia:na, at lthe Cmurt hn-.e door, at 11
i,'clu k a. ni., tu tie lIaot antd highest bidder,
the li'lowingl decrlibld property, to-wit,
A certain t:act it laud descriued as tll
loa.s: I omlneicing at a di:cb onie chain
id hItt hliks tra fro tlie cetat-r of public
!evee ,i a hne south six:', eight degrees,
lirty-five inllutes; sa'd line being the
Ibotuidry iof of A.hlley and Warnicut Plan
tationsl, and thencel allllng samle one hiundred
antd twentv chai, Rlaj tlity links near a
backberry niatked " A. S." 'Tihelnce soutil
oixtl--,ix anlI, a hlt' degrees west, twenty
three chains to hib, k it: al Ashley P'lat
,altln, where stand. a double as.ll otn tld
C;ocodria Kioad, Itarked '" A. `d" The.
two lines are on the south aide of old t'tio'
dria Rod. thence on back hlle ol Alley
south thirtyatix degrees east, six chtaiti
aid Ifo ty lhnks tot a sanll haIs kberry marker,
X two leet south il a wi low thirty six
iaches in dianmeter near as ash marked
" 0. N. X " l'ltence north eightv-six
legrees, lrty-five mllutltsa east about one
tundred and lurfth-two chains, to the ditch
above lentellion'ld. 'iltlelce along cnll er of
,aid ditch north twentI one antd tlue fourth
ltdegrees west sl atll chainc to lihe place ol
v,.gumitng. V,,ri.atlio of needle seven
111tnn1. s, forth too recolds i oale ; lille
nearly true tIer ,ll..t. SL.rvey in OcWoteCi
1572 caollitail-ll a u Ie iutdred acres froml
t ti nrliiarn pui," n i t.ht tl raunu A-le',
''er,,is of ,u II',-Con' h at ioi Isna thali
two thirds aspurtlesu yalNa'.
J.IA S I ItLND. I.L,
ily1 I'titu.t I la 1.i flopurv Shrit fl
ltt rn.tre oti.L,V'ldatlia, LiUilatl. i, MarchI
3J3' 1hsa(. uaclhd5-t.
State of Louiliana, Parlth of Molurelhuuse.
1 iDi District Court.
Geo. A. PAttrkin a
vs. No. 5417.
Public ntcel is hlereby g.ven that by
virtue of and in ~rati'!y a writ of tiert
iti. is, tol it dllrtlel;, Iti--tl d out of lhei
above court, il ratid clt, 1, JaI w a Itandall,
Sh rit the part. a, I C t'na.u,,a, lihav',
teized lptiiJ alas H proi,,rty i def:lt antI
ati will a tier to i 1 ,1 a .tl . ril"lt hitat
thLe .C ourt -Ill't . i: ., l ,t"n hta p,! : i- ,
thh e 't t I o all , ll l ll h.t4 , li t litf aI l ta
l g hr: ' bUatl ,,.s i..E h our l ! o ' ci'ou
tat lie. . I
Saturday, th uI i. l l tat 1l April,
tie t1!lia,:. ;,,,r ,.. i,.,a pr ,pa ,rp y, ta-wi ;
IL,: n t il -r It t salr m l ta t.iy-lire,',
c niiita ,il r ei.i t a nitga rt t a ndi b il- ,la anie.
Le, t tIhallil r tlr, , ltrtlt Iwen i -ll -tr st,
CIo laa.IIIa:a forty' ltt a l lid .-hllo acrte d, I
Loat taaia.air iatae, r'ttalian aweal 'ytaa,
I atuto i lltt r l lrt t lt--eve. ttl, a
l.t Iiaull.ar b r bal,, " , , .n Iwaoti;lly-faar,
alallcttaiit tltl rt.-li." a at, 5 1l a rt i rs
t Iti lia llrtn r r tt e, t.iti t e o nr-tou.r,
tuth e. at qutrt'r ',a 'outh eesi quitrtit
ll..'iiaai itweIlfi r * crai5, iiatiiag t i )
blatalis of itial aetllh east qitorhar all
tlliaoll tal iily l our, i'iiipalad i'g s. li)- I
Na,atl'.l qiitarttr on nalal eCl- qatoraer
'it et:''iili al/ ati1 - Iiu, .tlainilig that'.
nine aatt .17-10l aci'-.
taotlih aeit qto' r al ntrth eItt oqularter
) al hili CI S nrth Pef iark i .tlli..
, itti Cn t quaatr'r oa norI h east aqatrter
of sectioi twItity latur; norlh qtarter ol
atiuth east quarter <at saction twetty f(ura;
tIaeal her ctanlhtiniaat one hlunitlred aitt
leightleen a id .ill-I litt aires.
iTotal nmithar to acres six htnJre, aind
tfiree and 14-1)0.
All in towtn:ap six niorth, range aeveil
east, and atu,,ht.led ntirth by Horse Slie
. Lake, iutoh by earnps, east by Scott,
wse by Scott.
STerms of eae-.tLasha, at not lesa tlian
Shernit's lice, Vidalia, Lotisianea,
March 8th, 18t. 1 i-ta
Satl of Louaoiana. Pariah tif Cbell di
Rlnresl~on of Chqrles A.Pipaes, deJaS
I VY virtee of and idtotdiene to a d
r ceeof said court in the shbove dW
csue.ssion and a man ate jau d thorat.m'
to i.e directed, I, James Randall, iber,
of the parith of Concordia, will peer Ibt
asle al pub:le suction at the Court Heasa
door of said parish, in Vtd4ia, on-
Saturday, the ist day of Mays
it 11 o'elock 1. m., all the right. title,
interest and claim that Charles A. Pipes
hhad at the titie o bhis death nd that his
estate now has In and to tim Elk Here
PIlntatiin being the one-third part thereof;
SBid plantation containing in the apgo
gate two thoesand and two handread ad
sninety-one and 86-10(0 acres of land mom
or less, situated on Brushy Bayou,
ani aboiut sixteen miles from Vidalia, is a
westerly direction, and formerly owned by
Jo rl H.lmes, deceased. and more minately
asid spec.ally described as being compsed
First The south east quartet of section
tiirty-twn, in Towr.ship eight, Range
eight : .tetliti tIhirty-three ; the west hall
of sec i-n thirtv-fur, and the north halt
of Section tliirty-tab, all in samo Towan
ship and Range, to-*li, T'ownship a$lg
.rrrh ringe eilght east, in the Land iie.
trict north of KId River, Louisiana.
Second. That part of the west half of
Section three. north of (Carry Bayou, and
that portion of Section fnur, north of Cany
BSavo.. and thlt nortion of Setion bve,
l tig east of Brrnshy Rayon, and north of
t'tny Bayou ; all it township seven, north
range eightieast, in the land district north
of Red thiver, Loutaia a.
It appear, from the records and decrees
of court of sad parish that the plantation
hereinbefore designated has been partition.
ed wetween thie respective owners thereof
iso per judgment of partition rendered in
tie District Court of Conecordla on the Stnd
or April. 1879. The act of partition being
o.n record, with a plat of the land showin(
the parls set off to each, in the Remss
der's tffice of said parish in Deed Book Q.
paEie 188,189, 190 and 191. Lots four
hasing been set off thereon as falling to Ihb
succession of said Charles A. Pipes. To
vwhich act special reference is here made:
Terms of Sale--Cash, at not lesi
than its appraised value.
By PHILIP Hovu., Deputy hleriff.
$Shrntf's I)tnfie, Vidalia, Louisiana,
l;arch 23rd, 1891' tsch2s-ts
State of Loueisalla. Parish of Concordia;
Succession sof Jalpes R Normen.
T9'E creditors ul; the above named sec.
cess'on are rcquaesed to present theit
cllinrs to the undereigned Administrator at
Vidatia, without dtlay.
W. P CHASE,
Viutlii Matrchn-l .t ,1880. mhubd5 35
ist. L. D. AL DRICH,
No. 87, Main St., Natchez, Miss.,
- roc -
French and American China,
English Stone China,
American and Imported Clasawalre
Lamps, Oils and Trimmings
OF ALL STY LES.
Vases, Toilet, Children's Tea
and Tete Tete Sets.
House Fuarnlteing Go1ods
IN GREAT VARIET'Y.
The largest stock in the City of
Silver and Plated goods,from
Full loiner Set, 138 rleces. far $15,
h n't forrget to call at
r7 ;IAIN strLeet, Natchet. 87
- f 1 i I M e r
11i Ml; iu St.....Natchez, Miss.
92 BESSAC # 92
MAIN ST., NATCFIEZ,
it N T FIR(I'ET he has returnedl to
E ts t' Io l ii is illiteUd to give him s share
,t' thir patoi.iuagiC.
' Old Gold and Silver Wanted
Tamlable Town Prolerty.
5lWO EI)SIRRABLE CORNEtR tOSBJ
L with Buildiigs ansd Iprovemnents
thereon, in tlhe 'Town of Vidslia, paying
g1od reitsal, for casst on eacy terms.
Arpply to J. II. icha't l)rog Store, Vi,
dalha, or to J. P. BALL. Ja..
Clerk's Office. Vd.alia.
0 JoI P. WALWOT, , i,.,
1'R atti'es in the Courts of the Thirosea
SJudicial Diaitrict, asd the buprema Co861