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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 July 1873

RICHLAND BEACON. RICHLANI) BEACON. A R'.l Live Coulntry Paper. Publibhed *rY Rates of Advertising .aturday Mornizng. 'ad1c I. IL PM, MANGHAWMitr and th" Terms of Subscription: _________________ ____*r i ne cp,~ on yea........................5.11 ELM_ lw. oonn. I'0 I:oolIZO01 ~l iMroewpy,UhX DjonOthfl.......... 01 "LTBERTAS ET NAºTA1LE SOLUM." 'frot, gn o n ooow laoob arr".. , .... ..2.1111 -m ArPv lvort,-o'~mclto on..,1rt,.t at the rnt.. of 51rl)Y jer ft All rll rilu r vriil nlear . W)«pae-,r la h otullteslrpiur +L. V.-N 29. RA ILLEi, L~A., SATURD)AYi, JUL ]J i, 1S73,~j WH L NO.f~oottOad,42101 w josdl. oOI* i , , .o l FoM K TIME. ") strog and terriblte mea, (0 graund mud d gl.rions o,, ran, () restlesm and storay (cean, i many a ( fathom o'er. When never an eye was near thee to view thy tur- * Inlent glory, When never an ear to hear thee relate the ceakes story, What didat thou Uin, O ocean t dkist toss thy spray in air, With never a bark tfear thee sad never a anol to Beare ?" 1 "S...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 July 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. WILEY P. MANGHAM, - - ' Editor. S. B. BAIRD, Associate Editor & Publisher Rayville. La.. July 19, 1873. GOOD NEWS FOR ALABAMIANS. In rruler to mn'et the want. of our imany frrnctYs in thi. State fromt A :lbain:a. i-e :' an , i'tf emt tai a ra~,zlmenr u ith tihe hir " ;,* ,! ,re-t weekly newsplaper in dtat Sbate.. by w hi'i wne are etmah,!ed to r;t, it .s h thi Ir,,' ftr the mn wn." f three dnTI!: ,n.l twe,: ti: ,' r"ents a year. 'lTe tot rat:irs Alu;mo. 1,thlished at Semita. Aia, and the BAcv,,'. wil; tie sct e1, ai)y 'ati dre- . one year for $'; S:.i, The AIt;iCs ,- oine of the largest and mo.t alhy edited agri,'ul tural and pn liticaI .Journals putli-hed in tlhe ,intlh. It i.. paper that -i,,ti!d ti ni, it wiry trn the family firesrde of every Su uthiern plan te-. It gives more news, sand a greater n ety. than any other paper extent. It orntanis a lSpe,'ial department delvoter ea'ch week to "S.g anid Story"; ail a large portih i it* its space is tde...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 July 1873

•rHU RICHLAND BEACON. LO(1'tl IT1:r ?M. " Ia-yille, La.. Jiully i*, I i, t. ReliIgeus.a tan A .";*.o' PAVARa MarITISO, ofthe Rnyville co ehur'heet, will ib held evcy WedlnesayI night. ErPIScOAL Sanrer--t Neaw Salem Clhurch, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on the first Sonday of each month. ELt DPiv'g Sravlcy.-The appointments of the the lPaptiat Church at Rayville, are the lst the Sundtinys in enrl nonth.-Rev. E. B. Rey- s noad, Pastor. Preachingt at Bethel P.aptikt Church, at .Tas. Denni' 1l4ece, Second Slm:day of each month and the Saturday bef6rc by Rev. E. ta B. Reynolds. Arrpotlarwr T RArvttLa CIRCrIT. M. E he Cu1t:ace SoUrT-First Sunday at Little n (Creek, econd Sunday at Girard 11 o'eClk let A. a., and New Salem, Aj ocloek r. x.; third undfay at Union, and fourth Sunday at Ray- pi vill.. Rev. J. A.. Wright, Pastor in charge. m palrSsan A.--Rev. D). A. Campbell will preach regularly, at Union Church on Baskin Ridge, in Franklin Pa., on the 1st Sabbath in er each mdnth; at Ra...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 July 1873

THE CROPS. p What tbe Vartse slat.e Will mPrelce this Wear. e [From, the New York WorWl.) The accounts given by our exchanges concerning the condition of the crops show that, while in some localities full crops may be expected, in others only t half a yield, and even leis, is pron!i ed. On the whole, good wheat, corn and grass crops may be relied on in the western and northwestern states. In some of the counties of Illinois, and in i St. Genevieve county, Missouri, reap ing has r.lreslv commenced. Good pri- a cen for wheat are expected in Europe this season, as the promises are that e light crops will be haivemed in Great Britain, the weather having proved un favorable to both spriag and fall har vests of this cereal, and a small er11 only will be obtained in Russia. ~. land will be compled to,ý-t moe largely than nu w' oJ ~ar u~ply, whiceh her foreign re~~ ivl the demand, will be less a' probabilities are that w and hence Will be obtained by our li good inrs, and that the demand...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 26 July 1873

· |I n I i 11 i il •1 8 1 Hi I il I 1111 1 HI I 11 H A II I H CHRICHLANI) BEACON. A I a'l l.ive c'ountry Paper. Publirbcl eery_ sward ~einr. Rates of Advertihin. WV I.li; Y P. MANG HAI, itr gad Propior ._I w I 1. . . 1 3. . BAIRDD, Ane:la" =liter sad ?MIer. a na .r itn1 , Is $,1 $r ( 1'ermi r. of Subscription: " ir ...r. 4 , . ,w ,1 "41 2 35 ta .. .'n . ..... ., ............ .... ... . ....... f A) "" - ---- - - - - .. "; . I7) 7 II :f., I - 1 S n..n..h .. :n "LIBERTAS ET NATALE 8OLTM." ... . . . . . . 1- + l- l'- - - - - .'Iarrt i Slut ,t ti" .rt- ll "t! .;. -I lh-t -,r .r .aeC *r . .. .... ,,l.,,,,n... no V Ofl. .--O 30. R AYVIIE, IA., SATURD\AY, JULY 2, 1s73. WHOLE NO. 123. 87,;;3' WHOE '" ""u""U". THi 1;R. i -. ' . .. . . ".,1 * ,- -. -l •-• a nil mill n tUl iu, $12. in _. _ rgE ,vJ:tr. by t5T bN tI ( It i5. Th'. Ilay asls In her cradle, Wat~inf the worsl go un ', Erwrapl ted a my stihtal aiane Amtd all the taumlt of sound. Nhe. ust be akin to the aowers. Fsr so ne ha.bard ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 26 July 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. WILEY P. KAIIAN, - . - . ltr. L . BAIRD, Auouivse ier P4bi.ser Rayrvlle, La., July 2 1878. UIIICATIOI OF ToE BAE IN LOVI3IAJA. mes. eiAaEtOAD' aao-t-,-MOW I3 sOCiLD sAVy eam ThATEAD. Many of our readers have e doubt thought strange of our sileace, or rather apparent ne teal position in the late political movementi bathebd up qgnn some of the leading men in eour Ste styled UIh diu ; uha we have thought no les strange of the many viupera tive onlaughts upon the leaders in this move mnet, by men who should have exercisd a beher judgment, and who seem a have writ ten and spoken about it, under the influence of a baser passion, without even pusing for a moment t think. We do not llude to those anti-unifcation men who have carefully and thoughtfully investigated the now scheme and have clearly and forcibly met the propo. aition with erguwmentn ed judicimas.-Many ouch tere be--end they are it the right, as is evidenced in the recent death-blow struck to "nilcation" by ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 26 July 1873

rZBE RICHL.AnD zavo. . hn Mewvlle, La., Isly ! 1, A Untoa PRAvas Mantsne, of the Rayville in churches, will be held every Wedn sday night. ErtacorAs Sinas -3t New Salem Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, the irst Sunday of sea meash. Drtsa Sasvtesc.-Thbe ppointments of al the Baptist Church at Rayville, are the lst in Seudays in each month.-Rev. E. B. Rey- 1 solds, Pastor. Preaching at Bethel aptist Church, at Jas. Deanis' place, Secons Sunday of each di monath and the Saturday before by Rev. E. L i. Reynolds. ce Arroturn)ar RAIvsvlLt Ctacotr, M. E t Cacaca Sotrn.-Firt Sunday at Liaie Creek, second Smundaly a rd y o'clo A. a., and New Sdlem, 11 * kt P. u.; third Sunday at Unito, and brth Sunday at Ray-. Vile. Rev. J. L. Wright, Pastor in chare. PassvrcatrA..-Rev. D. A. Campbell will preach regularly, at Union Church on Baskin , Ridge, in Franklin Pa., on the Ist Sabbath in t each month; at Rayville on the isecod Sab bath; at Alto on the third 'Slibth at; am a Ridge, Morehouse,...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 26 July 1873

FARM AND GARDEN. Fr,.a r,.rrnp.--All lovers of flowers mnlHt renenlmber that one bhlossom al lowedl to mature, or " go to seed," iii jures the plant: more than a dozen new ,lnds. (alt your flowers, then, all of them, Iw.for. tlhe.ylw gi to fade. Adorn your ron, u itl them; iput them on your tahbl,es snd boiqllets to your friendls who hasve no flowers ; or ex e'h:lug flavors with those who have. All roses, after they have ceased to l'l,,omn, sho,,ldl h4 e:ut back, that the str,ngthl of the, reot mIaV go to forming new roo,ts for n.Xt year. On bushes, not a . see ld h e,lho Ie ins lowed to mature. Si:-Wr:v.,, 31M rl'r.-Tt has long lhell custo(e)muary ol the s'ea-Coast to uslle se'a-w,.0ed for a manure, its value for this 1,url;,os Ibeing considered by many as searcely inferior to stable manure. 'l'his appqli,'s, however, to sea-weeds p qowar, the,, eel-grass eing of a very 1 Te~lrent ehar:nwter, and, on account of i 4 slow decomposition and different ii*ernttl c el7 nbhination, of m...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 2 August 1873

RICHLAND BEACON.RICHLAND BECON. A Real Live Country Pape. Phblal.d every I Ets Of A rtids. Raturday Morning. WILEY P. MANTGHAM. I 11.1. l iw. 1 m.I1l m. 1. m y r. Editor and Proprietor. adone r otuar, $ i 4 i 5 ( t wa 51 oil IN Terms of subsription: ,ua . , 1 IN ip 5 a cop r y ........................... I _ . . .. .. . . ... .. ,lne ,py,epixmooths ...................... 2.. "LIBERTA ET NATALE -OLU." Tenm ropli, to rlulM nr year, eab .... 2. * Adv.rti.n lt. lu.-rt2d t th ra...e of $12. r ingl'e crpe .......... ........ ......... 1 al' for th ft IIl l ;. ( t for W A lt n tler ip t i n hl i a nl t ,I . "rOnU Vl.- - 1 ,1r 1 SGT , l ti tl t W nt. terl upouthe list tthe 1 li the .ubhrrptto.noT J ~lN'-fi ,,,*ar,*n r, •"*'"'" it.i'' •''"" " "9L V. "O •71 •AV LE •I. "AUD~ six~' S 11nt' I12.: IL a|vlit4"t THE Pl'ol'E OF SORROW:. The lrer River teveille. a wild erri.sity of Amer lean journalim, publinbed, as its alliterative tit.e proelaims. to one of the remnte minulin l elhurbs civl...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 2 August 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. WILEY P. MANGHAM, - - - Editor. S. B. BAIRD, Associate Editor & Publishes Rayville. La., August 2, 1873. M JEF . THOMPSON. ie 'iv- beIlow s-.n," extracts from a Ileter or cirentilr. :m rl -ed t t h time mi'tiers under his e.,ornrnel hy .M. Jelf. Th'l,,mipron, l on rli,.rath (;.-,.r al, or ro her ad lice to tlhem anrl tIhe rorntltry g ,enerally. lIe tries to d.". titl (;Ce. I.r.n-treet anxd himrelf hfr the ctor-.e they have t"iken in t!ihe, political i--, s if tlhe day, antl attemip, to .tgive al vi'e,w hichli hr e7'bim-an a.tl presnmption is a little nhtircl {.f anythiini we have n<,rireP: for somnle time. How is it that thme ~r nerals mu-t all ha:mve i.it. : very fat ola-itiro given theltm Ih their frimlis or if lneersrary. a great many will .lal.,,lt their friends, as Jet!t Thomposon his ~do,e, and go afr the almighlty dollar, thoughl, 1.y .w, luiig it should degrade lint in the es timrtiot of thIsc who were taught to hotnor mlnd r.ver his name. We ha...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 2 August 1873

.J - ICH iitL - N EI ACON. ,. ill I. ITE'KS. S . s R..> " iltl*K August . . I.S.. . 31eig@t5. A L\;to. PIAEr Mr.I.ery, otte Ryvrille ra S-,bnrchles, kill lb held every WedmIedsy r mitrht. EP.IF(OPAL lt'rCA.-'at New Talerr, (Chiir. !. rw (Giranld, by Rev. Mr. Miller, o i TI tile lr- `,,,l:0y of ealch month. h )': vtre.-T- e appointmentq of' the ltl' r+ ( hurch at l+yville, are the 1st ..' i ý!i mtt - -Rev. E. B. Rey. hi Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, at Jas. D)enm' place, Second Sunday of each month and the Saturday before by Rev. E. th B. ReynokLs. to Apnot.wWr'ts RArtt.v.w Cl(actl' , M. F. (I'tnrt't e.t-A -FI r-t mlldy at Little Creek. srhu i mun is'y at turndl 34 ocat. A. , a:I. i N ,.w .:'le ..i Il , ,, k r. ,; thi rl " Sunaday ,t Imrni. a lPIa ll undiay at Ray vifle. Rev. .J. t. Wr Pastor in charge pl)EJ:YrEctIAN.--Rev. . A. Campbell will ,r,.cbh regtarly, at Uniion Church on Baskhi RlIg, to. Fra,,k lilt on the Irt Sabbath in each mouth ; at Rl i on tie second aba...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 2 August 1873

GLEANINGS AND GOSSIP. -Singular to relate, but t, never theless, there is not now livinga single descendant in the male line of Chaucer, Shakespeare, Spenser, Milton, Cowley, Butler, Dryden, Pope, Cowper, Gold smith, Scott, Byron, Moore, Sir Philip Sidney, or Sir Walter Raleigh ; not one of Drake, Cromwell, Hampden, Monk, Marlhboronmh, Peterborough or Nelson ; not one of Stratford, Ormond, or Claren don ; not one of Addison, Swift, or John s,,n ; not one of Walpole, Bolingbroke, ('hatham, Pitt, Fox, Burke, Grattan, or ('Canning; not one of Baconm, Locke, Newton, or Davy ; not one of Hume, Gibbon, or Macaulay; not one of Ho parth, or Sir Joshua lieynolds; not one of David Garrick, John Kemble, or Ed mund Kean. -A Nashville man was awakened the other other ni.ht by a pain in his stom ach and thinking that the cholera was at hand he clutched for a bottle of camphor which he kept on the table, ready for instant use, sad commenced to apply it with vigorous rubbing to his abdomen. He expe...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 9 August 1873

" "" RICHLAND BEACON. RICHL&NRJEACON. 3 d j witliug. Ia -..... . Iwj l of4 Mp . hum 11 o m ul itgi t " "LIBEBTAS ET EATALM 80LUL" ' J .qm'lm. LtA IXmL tir w eusbl or per VOL.. V.m-NO 32. LA.I, LA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1873. WHOLE NO. 238. . _ * II ara A21 - 4 1 rrrr war 28g al dýýe' "atfts elt ý led fir away ·rdr d ajLAvlp brea te ý MINH of am"--~~w~ ola f~Lif. a 1" - o~ 1 aies- ie.I! s ýit S bo C Thbe walls of ay isi by a 7 li r a doe of f agm o !firr(2 opto ttoIMA hh "ar frldga adu lim, is-00 - 6 Tmbsm al ~ his Q bs tbrarda a a Q-s n ono 1`swq.b i e Wasw arrli " kd of&At ira AI rr ia ir ts~ arsn V US * a~~l~brf~l t~ ~- P IU-l fL fire wals Isowlo S" I( hshem r~ rhL~a d.~d up. ~ thememuiiq,1 inm vai Sk~i~ -; .t.Eby ~die, t. b "ps"' d Puriof , of __ r. c r:..- Ld md d Iha _ drkawr atyard in > (~VWA aK fad* itcr sell this 7eal bx bZ %riym the the whole W etla. >R~my rth tinhe The FPrm of Preis tails w remmarks " bl story d mad rmnmbber whish has bees ree~jpeqekatead in Th...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 9 August 1873

THLE RICHLAND BEACON. WILLY F. MANGHAM, - - - Editor. S. B. BAIRD, Associate Editor & Puhlisher , RayVille, I., August 9,1873 ' lt (t'crxatsa-Lst Saturday Daniel rizl, I, brought to Delhi, fron Maj. torkern's , ar lei at Winnalorough, a cucumber which n,r-ti-ured four feet in length; and be says if li hland can beat that he will bring another ,te that will best jit. A great many sy it is i.lt a eumriber, but it tastes and smells like c , *. nnI tIa, orfers to bet one hundred daulors b ' . :, t . to , dejcited by any eelebrated gar ., n, ,,'ed ralwr trot maybe chosen as umpire. n W,: ",.k the Jar.tbosrille (Ala.) Rrp6blirma t., t. "tv this notice of cucumber. We notice * P,,a .'t,. ,rue of that paper that some one p I. d Irt inght in a cucumber that measured one U 1. ot. and this one coming from Winnsboroughl , ..:Isures far feet. m This fact can bi established ard shows is lea .'peliority of our soil It any in the ' L'aited State . SMALL FARMS IN LOUIIIIA A. Alidng to the uni• ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 9 August 1873

T'ITE RICHLAND BEACON. i.)('A L IT E.'1 . >::t <' sle". lnst., Aagurer 9, 1IS. JLeliirus. A l':tes I'HarAa MlxTI.xofthe Rayville *r;,,:.'tes, will be held every Wednesday :,,,;lit. EPISCOPAL Sanrzcn-at New Salem (Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on ie tirnt Sunday of each month. It;vrE . tERVlc:s.-The appointments of ft.u aIt,'.;st (hur'ch at Rayville, are the Ist ~t Iday It in t3ach month.-Rcv. E. B. Rey. reobb: 1'a-ter. }'r, !;.: nat B *'hel Baptist Church, at Ja.. l)eu.- place(. Second Sunday of each ;,mth and the Saturday before by Rev. E. D1. Reynolds. ArroT.tEzTs RATVILLE CincrJr, M. E C(nt'RCe SorT.-New Salem, First Sabbath. Rayville, Second Sabbath. Union, Third Sabbath. Alto, Fourth Sabbath. Rev. J. L,. Wright, Pastor in charge. l'R.sBrrSYTEtA.-lRev. D. A. Campbell will' Ireach regularly, at Alto on the 1st Sabbath ,n each month; at Union Clhurch on Bankin I:.lge, in Franklin Pa. on the second Sab l; tth ; at Rnyville on the third Sabbath; at t ak Ridge, More...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 9 August 1873

OLEANINGS AISD GOSSIP. -Tihe people who are running the re virval in Smyrna, Ind., are not Mormons proiper. they csll themselves "The Ie,,rganized church of Jesus Christ of latter Day Saints," and state to inqui rers that they do not believe in Brigham Young's polyamou doetrine, but are a s parete brane, with Joseph Smith as their president at Pao, IlL nIs regard to the other doetrines, sueh Areneiving the Holy Spirit, healing the sick by laying-ou of hands, prophesying, speak ing in unknown toguesn, etc., there is ve.ry little, if any, difference between them and Brigham's folks. -Borrowing a leaf from the muni cilal wisdom of 8an Francisco, the Po,rtland, Oregon, common couneil lately made it a punishable gbense for say person or persons to occupy sleeping apartments which contain less than 5i0 cubic feet of air. The first police haal under this ordinance netted 53 China men, two of whom paid the $5 fine and the rsnt are now sleeping on the al-free co pi: n in the jail-yard. -A re...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 16 August 1873

r - ______________ RICHLAND BEACON. RICHLAND BEACON.HLDEO A Meal thie Cow"tr Palmr. Pablibed every OakO ofAdkiimu WILEY Po MNAM.The iar ..... 7 4o$ 4BKB 21$ MB LB I1, , Edior and Progglair.BleNBae 1II 45 ENSB11 • "rw,ýD Amp~lre ..... am h 5T l 1501 bri.  6. 3. 3AU3, A R aii ]l glinher. . Thriw NB uar, ... .. j4 al 9 ea' 7 o ,m .i IMB :lB e ,B F"r u alrlr ...... 5 25 It 64 2 1t I N 4.B 4e B T['rzns of Suswiption: ___* Fti. Ehquari. . ... 54) :I Bac ABE BK p fin 4KB 4 4)4 B~5.y B~flK7~r . . . .5341 - ix B4.quarea.. 7 75 15 BNB .L. BK' 4b1 KB B.. EBB . . . . - .. . ... . .. .... . ..... ...... ...-3.-0  •e Cl  u mrn ....... * at 7 0 |5 ) i :% to I 41 (In htl.. I1 1mneMn,, r mn......................... s. "-LIBERTAS ET NATALE SOLt1l."li.... .. t r, , i . Tan ,,pk, , in club. one year, each............ 2.410 Advertisnment, innered at the rat, of $1.50 i.r uagle 4 1i, 1 ....... ........................... 10 a for t e rt e i a d 5 re ut fr * - - C A PelBBilt .OC. ToBU jiB., OFIee l...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 16 August 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. WILEY P. MANGHAM, - - - Editor. F. B. BAIRD, Apasoate Editor & fabiisher Rayville. La.. August 16, 1873. 'IFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. JLAnds, (reps, People, *c. Wr have re..'itly returncd from a trip into the Irw r I rt.".'u f our 'Pari-h. whecre we :.ar,. bee, pu.',v)rg !ifleen days or more in rrerr;eation al! in retr.,l.ecting lands, crops. peiople. ar: thing;s in general. The land. thurosahat that part of Richland over which we have traveled embirace more of atlat is .,I, rich, fertile, productite and advan lageous to farlmiivg in o rery respect, than we have ever before found combined within a dis. ,nece of so many square miles. Our opinion s:,nds clearly confirmed that no section of country within the boundary line by whithla :1.e Sunny South is girdled, can claim equally a- great faclaities for the production of cotton and corn as our own Pari-b which bears such an approprinte and well merited name. And we are'glad to see that this fact is generally...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 16 August 1873

r8$ RICLAND BEAOON. LOCAL ITEMSN. laywille, La,., Auigp 19, 19 i Reaugm A PiA,,,s I'rj.tya MaTa so, ofthe Ruypiile chlitrhLry will be 'held every Wednesday night. PalCOPAL Savt-e-at New Salem Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on the first Sunday of each month. DtVNts Sr.eic.-The appolntments of the Bapti.t Churlch at Rayville, are the 1st ntndays it, each month.-Rev. E. B. Rey nolds, Pas-tor. Preaching at Bethel Bapti-t Church, at Jas. Dennis' place, Se-ond Stnlay of each month andl the Saturday bfoure by Rev. E. B. Reynolds. AProrsTsawsr RATvILLEt CacetT. M. E Caac SouTu.--New Salem, First Sabbath. Rayville, Second Sabbath. Union, Third Sabbath. Also, Fourth Sabbath. Rev. J. I.. Wright, Poaeur in charge. Psatartalata.-Rev. D. A. Campbell will preach regalarly. at Alto on the Ist FSabbath in eab month; at Union Church on Baskin Ridge, in Franklin Pa. on the second Sab bath; at Rayville on the third Sahlanth; at Ofak Ridge, Jfonrelraa I'a , on the fourth Sabbathin each tdollY...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 16 August 1873

GLEANIINGI AND GO1WIP. One of the incidents of the demoli tion of Washington market was the fol lowing speech delivered from the top of a box : "I am Mrs. Martha O'Donnell, the A No 1 fat woman of Washingte a market. I came into this market weigh ing 210 pounds, and I now weigh 3411 pounns. I hqve been here ffteen years, save ;mid $18 a month, and have made 81m0,0W)n. mad intend to make a $100,(MI more. I have a farm of ten acres on Tng Island, support a husband like s mentleman and a family in luxury, and I give them fast horses and carriages with which to enjoy themselves. I hav, stood th. most intense cold in wintei without a fire, and the greatest heat ii summer, and have never taken cold or Iwen overheated." -This is Mr. Beecher's opinion of croqunet : "We think it is amusin t' women, agreeable to men, and fascina ting to ministers. For all persons who need gentle exercise, it is even better than billiards; indeed it is a kind of field billiards, or billiards "one to grass." A...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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