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e Gulf States, is a good substitute for coffee, if the de he sweetened with good Louisiana sugar. The sends also make a tolerable substitute for coffee. Louisiana sugar has an which an other sugar has got in the some properties. The of the West India sugar is destroyed by the used to purify it. The sugar of Louisiana would be purifying, as it is what is called from the beginning. A solution of it relates the pole of polarized light as far to the right as a solution of the best triple-refined loaf sugar of the West Indies. By virtue of the aroma, inherent in the juice of Louisiana cane, the sugar imparts to a decoction of rye or acorns similar properties to that of coffee. Mixed with water, either Louisiana sugar or molasses makes a better beverage than beers or any products of the distillery. Now is a favorable time for our planters to make the people of the Confederate States fully acquainted with the superior properties of Louisiana sugar and molasses, (unknown elsewhere