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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 June 1878

Sit IIdila udncea. SLIBKIAS E T ATALE S0LUMo." Y.Li .NO. 24. RAYUILLE, LA.. SATIRDA Y.JUNE 15,18& HO' NO 492 jI1CHL AN DBEACON. " w L isa t:.uy Va.v~. mUlabsd swy t. . UiAu, liidi1., &NbIhh. T owm m tc - tuhe u n:pt .p: r . .......... .t *lo e, ea ..eac..h.... 2 H ups. the lit math the sub *r~~ i n d.lL1L i L/II*·C inL-Ptl-eqm ISTSt B IC? CotU: 1 S: 5.115,a, JasIFP; W .. mtu - . hutrict Attorney; J .Wmwtt. P "a " . C J~~~ .$,*SS - - Jmdpe. y. L.ap~u, Disrict Attorney Pratrat; P··Ul OffCes: 1. A. mau. . SZheriff W&Wt P. ' 58x5,. . . . Ie.nnier; .sp.e, Prmbideme Plire Jawy; . m : : .t. PuTeb er.tws ,OSl: SWed I-J.It ULub; 9--L S Cr aw; lnr I-1-lab. N. Milliasp; L -Uewry G. .1..ma,11.5 -b.-P. N. Pmebm~t ' I.. S muul., " ' Jp. P.sm IsI rli. Clerb. R3W. VcLemma, srimlr, Peace 4w. 1ar.l, UI "ibi "gmeo wi.a,5. orm -t te 2ad sa.l 4 suhsy ms i .salh mash. IP USIOUAL CARDS DR DA E. PEITIT, s . . ............ MotPirju "- :::.uS an 'Pm wr" ==T FIfli·ra* ur un simon ~iflowlshi. au a...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 June 1878

OFFICiAI JOURNAL Of IC^ TEOS. J. MAgnAI ,AhYVIIZ .. . LOUISIANA, Saturday, Jnte i$ U878. A violent 'ertbqus&3 -sehf * H1alf 4i@ of Stirt'j, A h., ban At r sr~rl, Isu Aa1IV 'flme psilly i1Awd bisi''*li ' Iftd 1:itkyl (LiiYb ''*il k drnak. " g *'WiV a ii s fat W*o'vr hg from Nip "Muo,; dis WIe 10 sit 'uip, so titsp mtIt i improved. 'b Sewomw Irt ", built in New York idoivuly fr paer women, bee teeuatbrowU aper to the publie. The. A.ei-Tsmusy Dlemeers's" of ew Y l·rihve ,)pa rieolstiiu vdarrdrng.te Pot Wr irnvstigatiua. r ý T.-r." rte. "---..- - . of te ýabrn;lisurgerts' se . toh baft , spagpndpd, this ýjite ~ a Ctiua'+ lg struggle ;ý" ' mo o the Tir rgducauI the jp, ew riesqis to Washiog. ' ,brs7Attd~t tori Maebnge to &hdp~rplW~ .cout, N,..Mts1c poritEws bifig ed Tuesd f': o the ur3lder l tf i~.s 64 4 that tie gi bymore fpjar." l.'' Ditc @q * c ncfrincnk6nn s Bebuij1 IteoetIya. Mollie bate * ire, wa bd. on Tues dayfor the murdemr d TW4it" aI eeroe boass ,o "* a i Otr tic Idkke...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 June 1878

,,P Pads ore" to re 1'rToo an ou Ihave trot N. ";ni ,tl*Mis Le Aast, Nw worthy c Ha £.-a.. Will .awinaa W advertise. s tio p". " mums fth hav -o~ samples, )al.Jha. N. "' .i'klsa. R. nnm.s, with the &m' t .aecaba Wmp et Ii ýy ctfa' "Ssa r in t. iy .5rkl a Mm. psl swsaqas WL JU. - .13sa. a Ia~mL Ut witV t *ý' vlw will prii P Jý-- - at Awe c *ý bm1ef7 Svor, t Jens 1& 387$ s (ja.i ; ~y " Only asLU~il ri aUi3in~b' Sifr the J "~ ~ ~ . .. eý !Nl~ ?il3 Iwis Ii ______________ - is9 a~l. 'N~~I6IiI " " ventdor :f sJL~sl~in f ~m ýý" ý, as we bminp~on tais 3mWe $ IIVM n the pa' e oiam A o i tb.Ia " ~i'b&JtIrii Wbre thejthe PIB asi a~b~dds to cove H A. ItsI sew ** krdY w.r'·btaia m cke before it,. e I· r' wisWa& i R I isr Ii.>tl ·a. bW Um. P~ 3 e &a s'tls. -The -iov it ` o t dt cirislea f o Me t~ir?~2~_'.~ C~.E=-I YM O P. . a ddilan ce S T * s.Ewffl sthi e arl the Ta~e sb~~Fetn~ainni jl&r~~i ck~n i~ WW' t h tka eer Y;ic S of O.O. l~ýGAN M Mas boerfl Tv d b. . "w ib ý" a...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 June 1878

RICBLAND BEACON a - mn 1as ....... S.... .. i s L t- . or. i el e Nr A sIKT IN MS UBDY.r Ils Ar.ras . tos 1SMes as kiSd m hlm--,s "It's a remrkable ame," J. !. dher of Belte al is th rotedu of the Astor oReese, "bet t's a bet that Jsethb IL ais of Cambris, Niagar eeaty, bas't a joit is his dy, He weat to edi 1857, sad bha ver beea out of it alace. He aa't moe etms a aager. I remem bhr whmn he rme a cptasi of a ecaal heat betweem bislo sad Rochester, in 1860. Ho w getting stf them, asd eaold't do amy work. He had to qjslling, sad then be west to de M ay good. At l be had to ged p u4 04r treatyoe years be be hd tiefhrm omestead oe him fully, between Loekport aad Lawlstom. im trouble commeneed eI. '48. A peb a tbre rach the bouie oe him right foe thNa mamAled him to theproud. Th foot eemmeaged to wedl, sad g et to be lim" trles its materal els. The mileeso i the t followed. Now Bees is literal. lya se am. There is mo mere bead to his legs, arms, sad body tha there is to a )ele oimua ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 22 June 1878

S'LIBERT1A ET NATALE .SN@Ld".. . 'IL 10, NO. 25. RlAYILLr E LA. SATUIRDIAY. JUNE 22, 187& -. . WHItE 4R4 iICHLANDBEACON. A e1a Lie Ceory rapt. PUhiiahed erery Terms oC bubecspt..n : O N ea, ems uetaL* use srsr.a ....si e he~ thetis, tie 3est, eac .... CM wests . ................ ......... 10 !1' ,1'M -.lem Ies ulshly is aatasm.. ~klC (Mete apes The list Mal the sub. aflhUo&-m5?3331u ceuimute comtu: s. 0. PAsusow, . Judge; W.N.Por s, ."istrictAnorney; sihI. Puts, . .Clerk, E. C. lMlewemaw, " Judge. M J. Luuseu., isurict Attorny Protean; FAIRS OmCee: Or J.L'A. Le~mubo. "" . Sh.,jir; hW 'WO P. AuSuIA,. . ReSOonkri Joan Rumor, President Police Jry; J. W. Sman, PariahTrqarute. - -- wcs rppy - NLj b. p; " 2-E. Seem 3--Job H. Milliang; 4-Henry G. Manghamt, &-P. HI. Paulam. 6-J. L. Lobaelci. 7- lFar Hatch. Jam. S. Ssmameelim. Clerk. IL W. M.NLemore, isedee Pes. 2'rl mard, W E b al d r e uair k tee s o t he 2 n d a n d 1)B D. I. PEIT,I PYMSICIAU 10 SURGEON, primePP OKt P M3ItET...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 22 June 1878

OFFICIAL JoU NAiL F RiCH OAN j g T v0S. J. MAGSAM, . - . Editor. sons - only RAYVILL 3 ...LOUISIANA, -for r Saturday, June 22, 188. our Silty-nine colored emigrants sailed it o from New York for libetria on Wed- bar aedy. ride ..-..--- --- wb Most of our State enchanges report vine the crop prospect good ant more for- but ward thao at this time last year. self .ý.. -- seer The Ouachita I'arish Conventio, goo which maet in Trenton last Saturday, not instructed itq delegates to the state Conventioa to oppose a Constitutional est Convention-.frightened off the track te by imaginary dangers. vot We fail to mse the justice of the 18S claim of the opp nts of a Constitta tional Convention to be the true PDe- in : ocracy of this State, while they have cWe the Republicans on their side i for the Republicans are opposed to it. As the delegates to the lDemocratic the l4tate Convention from the parishes mu that oppose a constitutional conven- ele tioes are being instructed to oppose it, Pr. we...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 22 June 1878

aowlaa. jbLouis ALA., ate fu athrdarinne t. ,tpo ºmet fur atiter. It a for rite £CO S. M. airmvem & ft. 37 Park Row POW leetm -, eet, ew York, are o ilh 1I ilEl ata fe. NY.:. P. t1 ceau , Aderttd*i i ctan New t. will eeti tt ct -for a. ertise to the ksltro tt. )la. Ja H. Maatt'r, Ft I R. Bloom'., :mwbnl Sheet, Vhinlrnej.hal fall au:hority ,;r unamt for a.laertirt 60m tanuact other 4 .iualae - as aignt for the' *Iut ist that city ,ý ter RU ind~orha . ;1imua t 1P: ktuwa..y fiet '21 17 4,kjj-j~Y Il JL - K li aeeumpsr UalhlemeS b '-mr mm.l all dies are Attha.arswt inataisua . o rialaJ, A. B. COP33 a.le his mama. Wso before the dPaalof ad Pariah sa a amuiiate to spueea m thow I. the lower. botach of the lqialag..1dn the Stal of foaisiaasa. Elec. tiem 'ssebe. held Nowper asst The ebovc ameinmeetsu'rngra.wl rs sled deciasio of Phsl4 Cmveatsmor Pdr iry Election. iwy imesliser'ij b tamnoane the nUa t I. B. LA:fDEtS'ae a'ad dma lot sahet II ao liplahad Pariabh t Nis ensunia eleion austjee...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 22 June 1878

* M S. M - ~5 * - m-d 6* 0 0 1 - ` r a ms s m- pa ,U- n. A Nhe tle Watr wat. $ late war our townsman, Mloore, on one occasion oat i freit f oar intes to give *ats to a wounded Yankee, Vas lying in a belpless condition td ground be lately occupied te Federal force, and from wbch ad reseatly been driven. The m was rig piteously for Water, sd i bullets were rattling around imr both armkes. Moore said be intended to risk the exposure to do a deed of mercy, and went out to him. It proved to be eaptala of a Pea. sylvania regiment, who was very with thanks, and ofdred A olwatch, which the gal. le cdedismi. H bogged fko) omeo, that be might, if he servived the war, remember him. This be wrote down is his memors de beok. Th Captain recently wrote bere to know if Moore was liv. ag-said be was rihe, but dying of ceemptkio, sad desired to provide for Moorein his will. Mr. Moore wrte to hl and eeinved a friendly latter is reply, telling him there was $10,000 s rt for his use, to be pa I mlts o...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 June 1878

eI -LIH3'I'AL IT NATALE NJLV . " YUL I10 NO.. 26. RAYVILLE, L., SATURDAY, JUNE 29 1878 WHQOF NO 494 i I i . iJJw_ ,s-i m , i a, BICHIANDBEICOJN. £ Im Lii. Ceams 1'w. FusIthud ewe A ld he om" y~. N~lb. V. L if l.Ms . O Ts'uaa or Aurrcptur.: m.e a , s t.. . . .. s eel. is eagm. ýedahI, ts .... ! 5. r some. .......................... R7'Alt orp I s..irns·ly . a·eso. F . s G. .acn - Judge; J.3i. Lss..,., District A o . PwAttu FAUSr I OFJs. PAINS etas: I. C. Msn ottttrr. " - . Jdge M. J. roaest, District Ancii. Reuss; 3.s.itau.. Duce..: Wan ist. i r, "s . "Readsr; haltt..r, Prnlda.w Police IJsy; J.W. Sauue, :PerihTrease. ward 1-Joh. liehop; 2--1. Sur.; 2-a. IR. )Iloh taJ. L IabduL 7-Riusk atolu. JIM w Sommodes. Cleb. W, V. N.Leemie Ju , Poe 2nd . ut.J WWl buM ugaimmr lasseow the ad and 4th Umswdsp y. ean mobuths. ~PtbWýAL C&IDSº PIITSI~IUu 1I SIUSESI, 3AdIamu.B P5* m Nabi Toodb. pulewinbl mewi the ci ttrw. of l ·yeia...d rtewdi es.ty _&yilh U. j... 12, 1878.-1y.i w. U. r., P Ss ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 June 1878

-II OFFICIAL JOURNAL F. RKHLA A TB08. J. MAXGHAM, - - - .A RAYVILLE. "0171UIS Saturday, 3UrBs 23, 1.873. The Indiana are uoinnzitiing depre dalions in Texas. Sir Oeo. Back, a dJIt4pgeiwgbel ate. t.c aarigaF od,L J.ga :; is jead. -r. º y..- -- The quceei of Spnin im do.-d."llte. king is greatly affetted I-y the evct. . . . - ..- . . . It if ssi' (rant will winter in Euroe an4 return to An,.triin in the "ITerb has been sont' Eglhrltn be tween the Indians and Iloard's ad Vance. -' A.tbrible eunflib botween eitizens sMd. otlsws is reported from Glibson eomutt, Indiana. ,larbl all the business houses in •London; Iowa, were destroyed by fire PaI.Mu day. S. .o Berne attemlpted siaetie in Atlanta, on Monday, beesuse his pfeetbeart rejected bim. • e···---- Ex-Lieut. Governor Hahn, of Leu, isina, will be appoinuted. sujriotend eqt of tie .gww Orleans mint. John Lanlitte kiil.4.is brotiher at Jone'sboo,'o s., on Tuesday. They cre jeetgbers .qf the same church tAnd mnaaons. .,.. .. . . It*....

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 June 1878

Ii i lnlsarn mj WF Algktr k tr eonr~ccaetfrarr bm to, .37 Park low FiP.~t~~i #liiii-itef14~w York, are ou~r m~~i~~yjei~4ar rY. j . IP H J ru, Adyrt~iejns Ap~tht. Newr DISWll Paoa,qlAouatnrcl ibr aivcrti4.e * Ma.43ii If. SIC at Mlrr R. hinonr,, Cnraord tree lc,·Pi(~ . luts Cult aui~c~rzty eaeI:+ *Yr Unl~tig ariS thamusactetoLer kjlr ~prlkh Its o. eC iii that city i l etcmS muinLr m ~. S·c w4 the ~h C bmus l. 1!'J'N ANLOdrfAM~, ~~3~ *~~i Pti1, st.r. ~iimhbmlm Hues £ Wnr RIW~ksiigbtlve. ____ st jiacqatoo o r lttel~l A I Feenll bhe rtE d Y~~naunt electionrl ./ ~ DemocratIc " ·if~ LtL rrl l rr r ~~iI~'N ~ a cieJ4yt I~J bleul .ithe ePctw us Novem-rcc OCl~b iins glilc qf *iel,~ C.f .~~,·~-\.'rbnWF~· IhS. h( bWlliiic W% y8~i ,V7~ ci~Su. to A~i k~tphoou osm·a4*. wEk.c 3WafeNwd ingu~ f~elit.io week ~PI I~I·JdlIJ#r, h~raen to ooe. next id dRirhnJ miJI 11 9 to~i c erui se paton Ib~W64~~)0SA4t~il ot Itsel brefs rate eo.appo bS,.UeagWD p~ib amt ~tLe. w~wllol Ire ociv a*131w(.um &w wit,( Bemeo...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 June 1878

! S~ EAOO' IbE Mu.. f, 5ý me. em . ti t Zs ol r. r Ia r l w e " T e ew s oll- I tw o kin . ,musually follow their wishes till compels thm to fellow their juigmeut. Theleep of emory is om t ia death; forgomtem studis at r certain aptitudes goe to sleep. Wo apprecateo pemre unless we ae oecioaall deprived of them. Restraint is the golden rule of enjoy. meat. Theren bsaothingmoey as to be wiefor otbes; a pecies of pr di. gality by the wyf-lfr och wisdom isw~weoy wasted god mature Nbo a oe., collects its hbos oam evory herb. IN mature, Ube sweet Pider, s pois bm goom the It canot be too deeply impreed upon the mind that aPiatleln b the prim tobe pid for .mtal aequld le., and that tisasaheurd to expect it withoutitasto leek for a ervest without edr. Qucarrels, ba thmderatr., would ced is mashias iti Im w ot for the deterIatios to have the lust word If you - saoded or critissd just bite your Ups nd emp  tll, sad it will soo be over; but if you retort you arn i "for three Years or the war...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 July 1878
Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 July 1878
Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 July 1878

AmUii fihtali . B o USea & Caeuss, St. Louis Ma.. are r A~~ aese a ontract for aier. e. tare S . Ba scos. , ~I'Sr PamtereLL & (', 37 Park Row Jr wSr Seeknwn street, New lYrk, e our ve hsinosea ageots lor N. T. teu pthe usaco. +I NMa. Jas. Ii. NMatN, at Mem. 3. BlDoms, . Cmawhed Street, VicLkesbn,hs full authority to eames fur .lve teisu ald traneart other le businees a agent iar the Iscor in that city a a"d city. if RATVUI.L....zUISIANA, "' sarday, July 6, 1878. . b amm"--m ..unmsaeed. wMUb the i - m UiM * Ppeaemer. a f l * se o wRee tr mt >" w No s nbtl Teu m be . . oMw anM do. are su-- - -a -- * JMg S pgi sIaelve. At the earnest solicirnion of friendr, A. B. ceOi., permits his nameo a gI before the J peepe at L Islaad ris as a candidate to t, repsema ist the lower branch of the f $lut of Leuinnei . Flec. Ib S ld bNovember net. The above e * qm e is seat uibpject to the decision of a tl Paaist Carentien or Primary Election. d FPr .berl II We ate amherled iL nsasenoe ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 July 1878

J. ý [: " " " Edito a AyVIL,,. .... LoUISIANA, psasday, JuIy 6, 7. Ow TaBtiea a s bee. called to0 the feet that the statement was not a made in the report of tho mass .meec n ig bheld in tbis place on the 15th of jI Jame, that Cot C. H. Moore remarked 1 lt. altheugh be had favored a fs coneaittfeeal convention, be was not vet ready to commit himtelf to that poliey, nd we gladly make the cor rectios. The inteltion of the eecret he tary was tohave said that some of the speakaers we ow i avor of a oeeveatioo , but were not willing to am it themselves to that policy 3 witoua hearing both ides. The d1 ped s gotn In the wrong place n intestionally. P CIos Less, La, June 27th, 1878. eo Editor o( Aacos,---Dear Sir: As the time is w drawing near for as o hoIld Parish Coaven- In tion nominato e rs, and espee. bf n syto I tis te ad so a constitutional convention. The question a seems to be the all absorbing one in the cot- w ing cam p 4t woe the s te in 1876. es Every qi eSl Aled oqr parish du...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 July 1878

j h"l - *f' w -" . i ------------ -I N.Is i U 1 U I' .. .... "" !, i lit !': II L 1 ..fit , "t . . i T ~ A IroE tO Ii ~Ii.I!° ~ t_ 2_ 'i.\\II.rI., 1..\ .il , JUiY. I , I,,IE NO 4 ni~m~luiunnn 1it0LAI 1) BEA\CON. A Sel L.ivc ( ,' n itry I'slur Pubi,lhv cwry S?.atur lay M vring 1 i. iJ. LNGiAl, Editor & Publishet. Non .i etrann s of %,Itp(*sritrt.n: Al.1 C oI e .-, .IIr \llhar . ........... ..ti (a a,.-e .... . . ........ -:... .... , . ate|toper%.. i to AIll twb.1 riptiont< inv:ar:hly in a.t:lnca'.. as t nteirt ul.,aa th 1 .I t iltltil tillre -lut pthlion l.º paid. [ *Melal Directry. - ICIIteL-i-OUCRTEENTII DIUSTlf('T Cor'I"T: IG. .Pasuase, . . de; W. N. Ports, - . - I)itrit Att.. t..; c .Naw. Purts, . . - - - Cl. k PARII Ct'RT : I. C. MOxTGOorY.. - - - - JT"'l.H X. J. LIDDKLL, Di trit Attrney I'rotei: PArIISH oFtIC:: 1':" J. A. Le.,..L, . .L. . . . s itr: ' WIiLt P. MA.nOHAM, . - - " l.ir llrr I.; J3 4s i Isi'o , Pre-il.nt Piln ..Ih ory;: O : J, W. Siaul, : : : : Puri-...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 July 1878

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. ta0L J. InAGRAM, - - - - Editor. AYVILLE... .LOUISIANA, Saturday, Jiily 13, 1878. Wl Conventli. Question. The fIrst argument we have seen in opposition to the constitutloonal con vention is an editorial in the Union Record of July 5th; and we do not Consider it a good one. The Record assumes that the new Constitutitvn would be objectionah;e to the coloredt voters per se. There is no reason thy it should be objectionable to any teisouible add intelligent person, ii It is frimed by honest, intelligent and patriotic r.en. It certainly could icat~ecly be more objectionable to any lasse of persons than the present one Is to the best class of our citizens, for it would be hard to frame one that touMd be. We are tired hearing our people talk about deferring to the whims of unreasonable creatures to the detriment of the public good. The Record considers, the advoca ey of the Convention more a matter of sentiment than argument. Senti meot is a very good thing to...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 July 1878

Asins fr Ihem Deuc... lRowLL & CUasxu St. Lo-is M.. e r ISr anthorised Agents to contract for adver Ouing for the BEtco. I 8. 1. PitrutLtL & Co., 17 Park ilow waN tmrner Beekman Street. New Tork, are our "au Ithorisen agents for N. Y. H. P. HBCIaIa, Advertising Agent, New haven. Conn., will countruct for advertise ments for the BIaoa. MR. JAn H. MAutl. at .Mrs. R. Blnoni's, Crawford Street, Vicksburg, hai full authority I o contract for advertising and transact other, tiusines as agept for the BAcor in that city I ead Delta. tf .A.VII.... .LOOISIANA,.. S aturday, July 18. 1878. ' !lease adhresm all letters on tn m eemueeled wiih the ;e" SOeOe, and . eesmu Pmi mlto ln imten ded for pubiiea. tai, tohe lbeaes., or so TlEO. J. HANGHAI, La Edli e *r aPrerises. AdlNo N.dtree f11era 1meem ies EaW herem er be iamerSed l v thlmaper uales it in asee ps an agse with e I t wa viii me- of tS . of Final Netllememtas beiI puMlLhed mtlli all dues are Foar epresemlalve. At the earnest soli...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 July 1878

OFFI we a eer r ..--3 l . -ts i Sat d iuorch-a e. '3 facieut Balcarians cholpped up their dead, and potted thenh. The Calatias ate thena. The Bactrians vs them to dogs kept for the pur. wi, which is indeed stated to be the acme of mortuary piety among the Thibetans, who nmintain a sacred race of puppis for the purpose. The Pontines dried the heads of their rela tions. The Coans pulveriztd their ashes in a mortar, and scattered themn in the sea. The Siudians buried with each of their dead warriors as many fishes as he had slain enemies. 'Thbe Parsecs expose their dead to be de voured by birds or Ibeasts of prey, from a superstitious fear of pol!uting by their contact the three sacred ele .aents, water, earth anti fire. The savages of New Hlolland haeig them in baskets upon trees, the Orinocos sespend them in a running stream till the fishes have picked the buues of their flesh, the skeleton being thle interred. The natives uf the Lower Muvtay, in Australia, cnvert the skulls of th...

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