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Vidalia, Saturday, May 14,1881.
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
IcE, in any quantity dauifed, at Orady &
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
suddenly while at work in the
field lst Tuesday evening. It
is thought he died from heart
J. E. Schiele has just received
a large supply of stationery
and school books, which he is
selliing at astonishing low fig
Presh canne.. fruit and vegetables at
Grady & FaSasn..
Assessor Juo. M. Clayton
and a number of efficient dep. 1
uities are busy at work on the
assessment rolls. They expect
to complete their work in a
couple of weeks.
Go to Horace Gaither's for
everything in his line, which
3onu will get at the lowest cash
price. You will find Dr. Lopez
on hand, ready to fill physi
cian's prescriptious carefully
The very hbest of boda Water-ice-cold--at
Grady c& Fagan's.
Grady & Fagan have a deci- 1
ded coolness for every one that
visits their establishment, but
it is of the order produced by l
the excellent Soda Water which
is so highly appreciated during
the heated term.
We would once more call the attention of
the trede and public generally to the iper,
riorqu.alit ol Bread, Buns. Ctkes, Snap,
&c., manufactured by Grady I& Fagan.
The school house building,
corner of Trinity street and
Carter Avenue, has been re
cently purchased by the Ladies'
Aid Society, for the benefit of
the Union Sunday School, and
the teachers and scholars of
this school, for the first time,
will meet therein next Sunday
"LACK-ODREA UGHT" cures coative
Forea ble b J. E 8ohiele.
Major W. H. H. Benyaurd,
U. 8. Engineer in charge of re
pairs, &c., to be made on the
harbors of Natchez and Vidalia,
was here last Saturday.
In company with a number
of our prominent citizens, he
touk a casual view of the banks
of the river hereabouts, but
owing to the height ot the
water, he was unable to arrive
at auythjng definuite anid post
poued further observations nuntil
the river shall have fallen suli
olently to enable him to ascer
tain what work will be neces
sary to prevent caving, &c.
The Mississippi State Press
(onveutiou meet at Aberdeen
daI Jane 1.
The event of the week wa.
the tuptial ceremnonies of one
of the fairest daughters of Lou
isiana, which occurred Wed
nesdtay afternoon, the contract,
l ilg parties being Mr. John Mil
r ler, of New Orleans, and Miss
Emma Sauter, eldest daughter
' of Chas. Sauter, Esq. The mere
tendering of congratulations
Sto the happy groom and his
Shbeautiful bride in this instance,
simuply palls the taste, and we.
in common with their numer,
son friends here, Wish them an
unomeasured life of future wed-s
ded bllssa, and'trust their path
way will ever be free of shoals
and that. finally, when life's
cLres are laid aside, there will
be found no blot to blemish
their union of hearts.
" a CDUl" cures irregslar,
painI, or dlok meastruation.
For sale by J. I:. whteele.
The members of the legal
fratenuity will regret with the I
deepest sincerity that death has
laid its icey hand on oune of its
number, and will, in all proba.l
bility, before this Issue of the
EAOLE, have claimed for its,
victim. Mr. Wun. T. Hewett, a'
yountg and prominent memtuberi
of the Natchez liar His disease
is consumption, and at this
time of writing is reported as
in at dying condition.
Since the above was written,
the spirit of Win. T. Hewett
broke fromf its earthly casemert,
anA winged its flight to the
world bteyond. He died Thurs
day night at 15 minutes to 10
o'clock, at the age of 37 years.
Words are inadequate to ex
press the sorrow experienced
in the death of one so gifted;
his friendship linked with hooks
ot steel, was pure and firm.
We can but drop the clod on
his narrow hoome.with the hope,
that peace in the better world
has been accorded him by the
Ruler ut the Universe.
No head-ache or back-ache for ladles
who drink "WINE OF CARDUI."
For $ale by J. E. .'ck le
1) IE D,
At her husband's residence,
on Black River. in this parish,
on Apt il 291th. 1881, in the 37t1
year of her age. Mrs. Paulini
Delboste, beloved wife of Gus
Death seems ever terrible in
his sumlmous, no matter when
or how he comes. But when
the loving wife and devoted
mother is called, words are too
weak to express the sorr,.w and
anguish it cieates. That Mrs.
David was a most faithuhi w:fe
and mother, the sorrow of that
grief-stricken husbaud alnd his
weepiang children attest. in the
very midst of her useftluless
an all-wise Creator has seen fit
to call her hence. We can but
bow in submission to His
To sisters.brot her and friends.
to whom she was indeed a sis
ter and a friend in the fillest
meaning of the words, our
hearts go out in sympathy.
And in that home which
has been so darkened by her
death, we trust that " He who
tempers the wind to the shorn
lamb," may sed the light of
the Ureat Comforter to pente
trate the glmm and lilt the
veil of darkness.
" Peace to her ashee"
Forty years' trial in proved "BLACOK.
DRAUGHT" the beat liver me~ ,!
Luir .*e b .1. E. Schiele.
Col W. L. Nugenut, Rev. O.B.
Galloway, Daniel Dennett,Esq.,
and other citizens of promui-.
nence have met antd organized
with a view of putting a check
to the alarming increase in the
sale of iutoxielting liquors in
the State of Missis.ippi. These
geutlemteu are determinted in
their action alcd the next Leg
islature will probably be com
pelled to taket same steps in the
A colored girl accideutly fell
into the river in trout oft apt.
Aull's rebidence last Thursday
woruhig and would have
drowned had it not been for
Moses Bailey, who happened to
pass along in a skiff at the
time, and who resoeedl her witb
great dificulty and peril.
"WINE OF CARDUI" four timas a day
tas-- a happy hour hold.
For ale b Ji. RE icbiele.
An attempt to connect the
name. of Hou. H. D. Money, of
Jliºissippi, with the Star route
!steal has been promptly and
completely nipped in the bud
by a card from Senators Lamaur
"BLACK-O.;AUHT "eures dypsp.
alas. idigestion and heartburn.
our sale b3 J. E. hhicle.
A w,,nderttl change : They
11 ot a Harvard dandtly who
became suddenly rich and was
so changed by shaving oft hiia
beard and moustache that he
couldn't recognize any of his
MULLER-SAUTER. On Wedaeaday,
May 11th, by the Rev. Father I'in, at the
renidenve of the brides's father, Mr. JOHN
MULLER, of New Orleans, La., and Mias
EM"MA SAUTEU, of Vidalia, La.
St. Louia and New Orleans papers please
UPEND iUP FOR MYSELF
(%T C,,,TI,' NTAND)
A freah a*d choice neaorlmnen of Famiiy
Groceries and ,Supplies, consisting in part
Flour, (Corn Meal, [lama,
B", 'n, Coffee, Sgar,
Klce, Teas. Grlt.,
H,*niny, Bettrer. Lard,
halt, Cannes Goods, Potrioea,
Apples and ()nions,
Mackerel andu Cod Fish.
All arutcles trst qu4ly.
Tobacco and Segars,
( Chloice bratnds.
Wines, Ales, Liquors and Beer,
Of the best brands to be
had at the Bar.
A'l that I ask of tSie pubhir is a fair trial,
ni I will nrle.ed in pleaing new as well
.a my old lcstomllera.
,ALBERT[ GILl, SPI.L
Nr.ceso,.r to JOIAN ONTIt.
NEV Au)VERT'rIs IEN'rTS.
The Wheeler & Wilson No. 8,.
Ti er are saterior
iIIn poit of Speed,.
lourahilitv, and e,.e
of operation . regll
larity, stretnth anti
Ieauty ,If StitCh;
perfectionl of eon,
struCtlion antd elo
r.aive of flnialh.
t. .,I. aPfURGEO.',
No S. (Comnmerce ~treet,
r GOrders le t with T. N. IIIIMASON,
Vidalia. will receive pIro,.pt attention.
T. B. STAMPS,
COTTN & SUGAR FACTOR
'otsll.atia nhs oIardt'hasnlt.
79.......CARODEL.ET STREET...... 79
*rE IF OIILE ,rs., Lw.,
00 r' r t'N, RICE, SUGAR. &.,
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON SA.E
Sales Effected t'romptll and to the )hot Ad
vantage. and t'ur.hase· Iall;ce I this
Market for Accountt of vi o Frieolod.
P. W,. MULVIItLL,
Tin, Copper,. an h eet Iron
AoD DKALER IN
Stoves, Cast Iron Cistern Tops.
Pumps. Pipes aid tSteam
Have in etnek the Ilayrgest and best a s
anetinent of ('Ctkig Stovres in the Cits
at bottom Drieps.
t'.reor )Itin and Ulnn Streets,
VI8 I ,I
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON
Opposite the Court House,
L S. COIIRNWRLI,, PROPRIET'R
I am prepared to do all work elltrooted
to me, such as Repalirluag and Makilng uog
gieeanl Wagona. 'low Work, Horse Shuoru.,
ete., with disl,ateh.
All Work Guarauteed.
In eounnetion with my Blacksmtth and
I Wageas Sop. I have alsoa
L P. T.7 0 8 3 R G U C B
J. E. SCHIELE.
Druggist and Apothecary
AND DEALSR IN
DBRUG. CHEMICAL., MEDICINE. GARDEN AND FIELD
8EED, FINE TOILET SOAP8, BUIUSHES,COMI8,
PA'hý. 0. \. 'StuhS o Tve t: CSC . qSe ts'ites .
THL MOST EXTZlTl3 AND BRT SILECTED AssoITMrT Ofl
EVER BROUGHT TO ThIS MARKET.
Soliciting your patronage, I assure you I shall endeavor to
retain the same by fair dealing. prompt attention in illing
orders at lwebt rates, and FURNlBSHING THE BEST AND PURBST
J. E. SCHIELE,
oew Drug tster e, Trinity S.. VidlMia.
I. U 'ATlltt. L r. UIteo.
B,lataer i ,la eaon.
At torney.y at.sLaw.
' V ILI. PRACTICE in the parisheao
SConcord ia and 'I ensas, and in the
Supreme (ourt at New Orle 0na. Collec-I
tinon of claims promptly attended to.
"i (-alit 1 ni, tree to 'home who wish
) to en.voge in the moot pleaant and I
protitable bh-inewt known. Evervthing
Inew. Capital not required We will fur.
nih ynou everything $10 t day and up
wards is eastly made without staying away
from himes over night. No risk whatever.
Many new workers wanted at once. Many
are making fortunes at the businI . La.
dies make as milch as men, and young
vboy and grl make great pay. No one
who it willing to, work fails to make rnor.
ml ny every dav than ran be made in a
week at any ordinary emorai ment. Ti.os
who engage at noie will find a tanrt road
to lolltllle. Address it HALLETT & Co.
Poritlnd. Maine ort23
W. 0. CARROLL & CO.,
Watcimakera. Jewelers, Eatravers
Repairing of WATCHEt, CLrOn'KS sad
JEW bI',Y uneatly done at ,rices to suit the
tiames, and with lull guarantee.
Engraving on Gotil atnd silver.
Jewelry manie to order Old Gl.td and Sil
ver Itaughlt, exchanged or rrmodeled.
--- AND -
A FIUII IINF of Men's and Bo's
nutle. Oerco'~ats, Shirts, Underware
and thlani alwai kept on hbnrl and ot'ffred
at prices lower than can be tound else.
Dress Slits a Specialty.
"VILM R HI. SHIELDS,
REAL ESTATE AGINT,
'Town Lots in Vidalia, Acre
Tracts in Suburbs, atid 40
Acre Tracts in various
parts of the parish
for sale one easy
All htusineass of a itlnral nateur , relative
real estate Ilatre, &rc promptly a trenlded
C, A. Bruce,
WILL I'R I'TIt'E in the 7ourtn of Coa
conita all. ('tI llhllta
P'trehasetd Slnce the Late Dectline in P'ric+.
New dres mgauda,
White good laranols,
L iuhi 'id CGnto
A large asrtment of
Lanatles snd tIlmerlv'll Filaarh l leo.e
Our stock of
SFI- () P "
la larger and btter aaorted than heretofore.
MEN'S ANDI) H YS' SUITS.
Price's Itrpterihable 'erfumes, PValcy Mat
tote, Winte Mattintg, Checked Matting. Car.
I'is. Huge aHel il Ci loths. All at prices
lowenr than itsal.
Will ()iet n ntext week, 9 lioxea Ladies"
Stsmuner Kid thlovaes. wlt'h will e soldl at 51t
cts t.ar pair -worth $i 50. it will pay ou to
exainte our stock Ielfore Iurchasing else
IP. TW T AL8-.
JII)AIIA & WESTERN
The Co"tlpanv thitirtig to thoroughly re.
pair the iadl t) I iodriA't, prepor5,torV to
exlterusloo to Trinit., make the following
Schedule Timlle of Trains.
Monday. Wednela vs. Saturdlayi& Sdtays
hi-ave Vidahla at :::) A. am. antd 2:30 p a
Leave toa'tlrmi at I ll a. t ai d stl5 . m.
Perry Boiat signlt throgh Bills adling.
No receiving or tu warding charges.
C J. BIRD,
agprl I sRpe, iedladtt
For Hot Bread, Bnnh,Rolls,Etc.,
( I 0 Cs. fl I ICm*.
Tobacco, Cigars, Fine Wines,
GRADY & FAGAN
With lhe new year prevent n t heir cos
tomPer the eh..ieeat selection of
Faitily (;rocerles, and every arli
, A. J Cha ze,
derl ly Proplrietor
1 iltufit turnilshed free. wrth till
in trlctions for conducting the
mot pr.titable bthmntrae Ihat any onet can
PenaP In. The hlusineai is so easy to
learn. and our in-tructions Fre PO simple
and plain, haI atny one car make treat
Irrlfiti ftrm the v.ry start Nr ,oie can
fail who is willang to wlork. Wonmetn are
w .uerPllll l f ni men Boys alnl irli ican
' tr llIPrge inil Mall have made at tie
hOt.Ctiii over otle hi aodred dollar- in a -in
lep week. Nothing like .1 ever known be
tire All who engage are Rurpriled at the
ease nid rapidity with whlr-h they are ahlt
to make' in.iney. You can enoige in this
ho)-1ll'-t dlrin g your spre timP at gre.t
1rlfit You i dr no hove to invest rcapital
I irt We *kak all the rIsk 'I'ho*r who
need ready mnonv. should write to us at
once. A I urnishedl free. Address Tiau
Ar ion, Augiinn. Maine. oct23
iEIf. Z. TotK. COL. WADS R. TYOI e
YORK & YOUNG,
T IIE LAW PART'NERntIIP existing
tetwPeen the alrdersigned will he con
Itned ia hereintonre. Gen. Z York will
ePmael in rhirgr of thre itrire, and a.il ait
tend to the bstinesr of the firmn t Vidalia
\ir Wad " R Young, who will open an
i nfre at Ielte in the parish of Mxdie.in,
wliJ attend rern larly on the t'rts of
'ourl, and o,recinlly when required for
consultation or other purprne.
WADE I. YOUNG.
Vuao.I&. La.. August 16th, l60.
J J)JIOIAL ADVRRTI8BKESTT
I 8EIZURE AND BALEB.
Staie of Lorisiana. farlb GeI eaest.
Ninth District Cest.
vs. No. $140.,
8. 1. Newman & Co.
Public tiure is hereby given that o
virtue of and to satiety a writ of Fled
Vlcies to ame directed. isseed out of the
;:vel District Court for the Parish at
Orleane, in said suit, I, P W Chese, OWherif
of the parish of Concordia, have saled
pon ais the property of the defidJl ast
and will on
Saturday, May 28th, 1881,
oiler to sell at public auction to the lest
and hiabest bidder. at Elk-born* Plan.
lation to tite Pariab of Coreodta, within
legal hours, tie following described
T'hree (3) Males,
Light (9) Iparw Hames,
Four (4) Double trees,
trne (I) Black Smith Bellows,
One (1) Vsae.
Eleven t( 1) Plows,
Four (4) peirs Tlrace,
FPar (4) Old Wagons
One (1) Anvil,
Three (3) spadee.
Termse f salle-Cash at not less that
two thirds the aopraised valune.
P W CtilA8,
Per L P AULT, deputy aheriff
htterifreUtace, Viialia, Louieisns, Way
9. 1881 mayl 4-ts
Sttteof Loalsians, Parish of Coecorda .
Clerk'. Ofice, 9th District Court.
luccesion of Jcub 1.srael, deceased.
/heree SMra Narnnette Israel hab Sled
It ofice of the clerk of said cort. at
lia, tier applicati-n to be appointed
uinatratr:z of the estate of Jacob
aI, deceased. Now, therefore, pub.
obee is hereby given to all whom it
or may concern, that enleas thee
e and ile in the oilee of said clerk,
wratten niopelsion to lad appoint
, wlthn ten dys from tihe date of the
pubhcatiorn herenl, the maid applicant
Ipe eontiruied aud appointed to the
she seeks, in conformity with sim
r ot her p,*-!tior, .
We,neae the 'on. Wade H.
iilugh. Judge ot said coort, and
ti*e kal 'hereof, this 1%the duty of
, it81. A J CHAZE,
Deputy Clerk of Court.
A. J. CHAZE,
Deputy Clerk of Court
of Louisiana-Parish of Con=ordia
Ninth District Court.
vs. No 9340.
Newman & Co.
Br It, NO flI'b it hereby given that
by virtler of, and to eatesfy a writ of
i Paciaa to me airected, i'- led out of
'ril Dl iirict C-aurt, Parish of Or
, ,n said suit, 1. i% ''. Chase. Sheriffl
e Paish of Concordia. have iasrm
as the property of the defendant.
urday, the 18th day of June,
in sell, at pub! ic a, etion, to the lest
highest bidlier, at the Court House
in this prib-h. within legal hours, the
'urng d..criiied properly ti-wit :
Iht Hui :rid cdre. of i ,ad more of
iullute in I'rn-ih alf'reaed and com
li ,; All oa teCtiijn J17, and N.rth
quetler ol eutuol 34. in 'loun nvl:
hor,, Ran, 7 East, in land Distl ct
h of ited River.
Prmns 01t sle--t'ash. al not lees tnt'
Ihirds the appraKicnl v!ue
P. W. Ct, 1<E.
L. P. bLtT r)eput S iteriff
rilt'. ()thice. Vidali, Lmtar,o ant
2, 181. m)7-t:
e of Lou',ana-Parish of Cons -3ia
?:.I . a," " r art, llth Wart
fom ,"'l ;a )
0. , ,re 'i -.iee. t nul se' -
iel I ser, Conttihlr of Ih t
Ward lt the pari.h ot Conor ' '
lIriterne, hlave ccvdi ',len a
:rcty of the defendrlnt, nd dwill ' ;
ait I'onetabie'c salt. at the (.' . -:':
; dor I, (:on, ordi, punrih. in t1
Vidalia, ti the t act ond h;ighni ,crv, i.t
the hour of ii i'cloc: si a.,n
Saturday, the 4th day of i'ae.
the follnwing ds·eribed prepertm, ',-wt
A certain Lt in thi Town ef Via h,
neemberemd Is No.  ten, in quare
iN 18J eIglt.
Terins ol Male--i'ush, at not n s than
its appralsed vaue.
AMrCEL WAI ET,.
VIdalia, La., April 14:h, 181
W. H. I'aynet
SAttorney atd Cotnttt :')r-at-Law
Wfi;, pract'ir in the Parist -. of voncordia
and Tenuan. .ad in the hutin m e (Cult at
CLAIMs Oft all kinda collected on commia.
, Abstract of Title furniabed nn r'isonable
tLANDS-Bught. Sold, l.r,'!mm ;:3 Ex
Senestrad Peclata'icr' L ',11 M
a.ts, ai d other revtve.wea ro.'etull.
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