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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 3 January 1880

ki IL . . .. .. ISIAN. - wbe Senem Meet ofss Abaema, is deed. t This is the ye a for peag lidss a se a ap is -e dirk. The helday festivals be.ig over, now let me pe sa wsek i emes. .a SeseaLhamiss have ehdnasged their plams gi O eiedmsau this week. s Wo. wiNu meabk up fr oer tlck of news A. whem we pet easmitsed sat swork. c Joe L *ke, well knows i ear perish, died sdisaly at his rsedeame is Meases, Dec.14. .mises bee ees betuer is Ryvile this smaess te ever brhoe e ace the miwa was ueaed. d A-eadet is direted a the ard o Sto r oaw Scam at Ams & kese, sebiteets sad bsild L eor, **s sm. Gove dhem work. . Ita weast a beaesm Sewing a The weeter this week bs bes Ibalmy .s.d speig-hhe the bints were singing oi sew yars morau, as bol it were the aiddle of Apri.. b Resember tha yesa a get the Deacos p a 4 Gadey s of PFeeresas e Mgsi.e one year a m 3 3So ae, iad te b. aess md the De- g suit Pame Isas be .935. ' Nosdims, o, oshules sad attach maow su smwlug inebiams ept as hea~w~ d s. ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 3 January 1880

hNOUTMIIEI Fill A.P NOIIE. To, have healthy and profitable chick en.s, tilhey shoull be taken care of. (ood healthy fisl andl a plenty of it three timnes :i day, and a godl dry house to roost in, is all that is necemary. Keep the lhen-house clean, dust it frequently with fresh wood ashes, and dust the nent freely with sulphur, and lay a pole or ,alank up slanting, so they can walk up t.a their rents and down again easily. As M sn as they are off the roost in the morning, feed boil ipotataes, corn meal :and wheat bran mixed. In summer feed it cld, in winter warm. At noon, feed wheat screenings and at night a good feed of corn. It will pay to thus take care of chickens. @54 Plan rmer UastsCaUs. As the meason has arrived when cur ing meat is in order, we republish, as of ol, our famous recipe for curing beef, M,,rk, mutton, hams, &c., as follows: 1;, one gallon of water take one and one half pound of sugar, one-half-ounce of saltpeter and one-half ounce of potash. In this ratio the...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 January 1880

It Se 5Pjctrkslun ___a~ "Libertas et Natale Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY. JANUARY 10, 1880. NUMBE . FaoUx a study of theaction of tea' Mr. W. J. Morton has arrived at these conaclusions: As with any other drug, there is a proper and an improper use of it. In moderation it is a mild and pleasant stimqlant, followed by no harm ; ful reaction. Its continued and immodl erate use leads to a very serious gronp of symptoms, such as headache, vertigo,, riging in the ears, tremulousness, nerv ousneas,exhaustion of mind and bodly with disinclination to mental and phy .i eal exertion, increased and irregular ac tion of the heart, and dyspepsia. Many of the symptoms of immoderate tea-drink ing are such as may occur without a sus pueton.of the real cause. A CIcAGO man has perfected a ma chine for making from water gas of highly illuminating power. By it he is amid to be able to disintegrate water, and bring its component parts together again and produce light, heat, or steam...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 January 1880

TBOS. J. IA, --- Editor. SRAYVILyL... LOUISIANA, it Uov. Cobb, of Alabama has ap-. pointed Luke Pryor, of Athens, as Senator Houston's Successor. lie h Was lHoustou'a law partner. - - oge •- --j The President of Bolivia has een i deposed and has fled for his life, whilete the President of Peru i, en route for Europe i, coq, and it is believed be is getting out of danger. t We learn from a special to the I Vicasburg Herald, from Ben Lomond, ( that a Mr. Metuire, marshal of Proe. 4 idenee, while is discharge of his offic iai duty, was murdered by James Brown, a latboatman, who made hie -tt escaspe, The editor was sick a-bed last Sat urdsy and Sunday and does not know It what occurred on the streets during i thse two days. lie has beard, how. ever. that the town was full of people on Saturday, and that the people were; fell of whisky.-Mireh'l.weo Clarion. Had the fluid nothing to do with your assuming a horizontal position. The Sabione Index gives its neigh hebor, the Southron, a pret...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 January 1880

azVM=ale .. .. iovisiexs; AYI.eL3 LOeUISIANA, LmI Drniam. 81 go weather for Jannary. Weather turned cool yesterday. The peach trn a a n bklom egain. People my otverdowe f4ow mild or warm wiserm . That wasu not the case in 17T7. Captim Trash. roume agelnt on the railroad, leas our thanks for aadle of Chicago papers. To morrow is the day fur Metlhodlist servwe t Rnlayvil e. hut we are n1t informed whitherl ehe new preacher has arrnived or not. If yu want a frst-clasb Sewing ]lthim at reduced prices cail on or ddruee J. E. Bebeu, IMonror, La. emember that youI cas, get the Bmaco~r tad Godry" or Peter-.onas Magayzine one year S$. 11 ,cash, and the BsAcort and the De ,oaF p Feress hr S1..5. sUadles, oil, shuttles and attach utts for eli sewing aebhimnd kept ,emidtly o head at J. E. ieben's lMaublae mpormum, Monroe, La. Wear sorely perplexed ; we get more lgod papenrs than we can read and attend to the other diies that are pressing ulpon1 as juIst mow. ad yet we want to read them vrry Mu...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 January 1880

NHTJTI UIIN AIN Ii ' cicuastance sometime f termih man to engage in farmi, but chi seldom, if ever, indei-nii him ai the hs he incurs, or .iOIhin his busianem. 8ome me,tae their. in nature with rigs) royal mier., break through the hd of circunth as if it were but ape of san-re men know tbeir wi and do it, tile are few that au so ordaine41htly mases have oily that whinieut employed, wil give thenm a busi and happines. Sympathy id it is nes suppose an aptnem fort alloted the sourceef much of the am labor to us he* below. It ex( by tlhse inefabi joys ,not dreal and with who ,gand aloof from their way cold hands and feet characteris through life. The wto each man tie and God has asvith which to, hi. role and the ta' he asuunme to, make himself felt.npg to another la the part whis but injustice to, bent of mind, hany are largely hiself. But istances and are the victims of ith obstacles, bmay forced to contthe fact that every find some relJianey of character, a man has a ety to culture, ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 January 1880

"Libertas et Natal. Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILIE, IOUISIANA SATURDAY JANUARY 17, 1880. NU MBII 3. 17, 1880. N ..n O(NE hundred and eighty-one thousand emirannts nrrived in New York during the year endilg on the first of December, ts comtparedl with one hundred and twenty thoumand last year. PRIINT(; paper is sharing the fate of olther manufactured articles at the pres ent tiene in experiencing a very decidled l,em... A cntinuance of the rise in ipric. whlie bp.bc " tipg a fors few ml, othl past will seriously contract the proflit of puhlisher; uttnless invention Ihall conle to their rne.ue ill the mean tihace with chealper atlnhdls of produc' tin a mid new fl.lds for capital. It Is to be regretted that American wine-nmakers have already begun the practice of doctoring their wines and stake no secret of doing so, saying that pIrchasers prefer the doctored wines to the apure. 4Spirits, sngar :rnd water are adklcil iargely. Las.t cason 1,500,100 gallons of wine were made on the isla...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 January 1880

THO .. MAGIAII. - - - -Editor We bear so more about that little revolution in Mexico. Gov. Wilts was inaugurated on pr Wedoebday. Chief Oursay and his Ute delegation 01 arrived in Washington last Sunday. I Arthur Ford, of Iedbone, Miss., a didn't knowhis pistol was a self- Id cocker. Result-a ball throgh HIi thigh. Senator Lamar, of Mississippi, was e strickes with paralysis last Sunday night, at Jackson, sad is in a danger ous condition. tI The Albenians and Mootenegrin are said to be ghtiong like eats and l dogs, but we don't know what they to are fighting for-glory perhaps~ The Legislature met in New Or- n leans on Monday. Lieut. Gao. Wilts presided over the Senate and Joba Cleg was elected Secretary. The, Hlose was organised by electing R. a N. Ogden Speaker, P. J. Tresevaat d Clerk, and Thos. Mclontyre Sergat- r at Arms. -**---- a Tlhe (ement AttachsneLt [Planners' Journal.] I CosusrT. Mass., Dec 56, 1819. Dr. J. H. I). Howmar, Secretary and Treasurer Mississippi Valley Cot- I...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 January 1880

- o .m...., Try planting Irish paotnes. Ieantsfeul weather this week. S This is Franklu. birth day. t,. Begin breaking up your leid. Never borrow needless stsble. '* Donat learn o play eards, boys. Keep away tuss wicked youths. S Don't bold cones at pesent prices .' Don't c the habit at sweariegr. slaesse is *hebkening up jest a little. God did ot ereate you for noe purpose. Start year boys at in the right direetmas. Have an object is life, and try to attain it. Rayville will be a Sown of ieportanae yet. Lear to msake yourself useful in he world. The police Jury met in Rayville has Mo day. Never do that which you would ass have you boy imitate. To the chbrais creaker all loalitise are more desirable than his own. Don't stand arouad sad gpe at the mavng thron. but full i with the busy crowd. Never oedm the set of another too se% verely until you have reversed pealisiCe with him. Give yea: hildae same bind of employ. meat. Idlenees has bees te run of me y a boy. (Or Parish Court was ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 January 1880

MNOUTI EgRN FARM AIND HOME. By wa ciq t' crps rapintgg, a fsrnt er Z can Wes n, an a afn. trf,, what is wanting in his soil, and thus bring about a general improvement of his lands. A watchful, practical farner will see that with a good sun exposure. his crops have a pale, green look. and he, will at once know that his noil is dcficient in nitrogen; if the straw is soft and tooe weak, he.wMi know that his oil is doi cleant in available potash; if he has a good growth of straw, and a light yvielI of graa, he will find that by the applica tion of phosphates the yield of grain will hbe largely increased, though while growing his crop may not ajlee:&r to, Lbe benefitted. Wiftegen. All farmers should know the inmair tance of the element called nitrogen, and when they do not have conuercial Ina nurae which contain it. they should .t udi the modes of proculring it. Shadling lands and letting it rest, benefits it. fhade accumulates nitrogen, and rest amistslin absorbing ammonia from th...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 January 1880

_..__ S b.5d d a.u. ----.--_--;---- -XLibertL s et Natale Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1880. NUMBER 4. Tut expense of a trip around the world is calculated by the Railway Age, on the basis of 180 days at $849 for first clams and $608 for second class accommo dations. Under the first head are includ ed these entries :New York to San Fran cisco, $129; sleeping car $22; meals on the road, $18; San Francisco to Sidney, 200; expenses in Sidney, $40; Sitney to Melbourne, $25; expenses in Melbourne, $40; Melbourne to Adelaide, $25; ex penses in Adelaide, $40; Adelaide to Lon don in sailing ship, $225; England to New York, $75. It is admitted, however, that a little extra money will not come amiss. No allowance is made for ex penes in England. Tat gas men say that as electricity can not be stored like gas, the supply is therefore precarious and may at any time leave the city in the lurch were electricity depended on for light. "They say," said a reporter...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 January 1880

. -:i t lan - ' THOS. J. MARGHAM, - -. - - Editor. iri There is a rumor alltoat that the , Chilhans had the l'eruviian- and l;,li- "iciV vians surrounded, sod that they were negotiating for a surrender. . rr In a fiKht lwtween residents an3 t: ar outside oyster-men, on the Ra1,plahan- a i-I ock river, Va.. recently, two citizenl beto. of Lancaster county were killed. otl,h We think the greatest piece of fol.y that the Congress is now engaged in oe the bill to repeal the law making . national currency a legil tender. gra A powder mill explosion at Miani wb mills, near Yellow Springs, Ohio, last bet Monday, resolted in the destruction of ext. three mills and the killing of two Ilan employees. coil South LouiAiana and T exas have dii been connected hy rail, and cars \will, tlý he running from IHouston,. 'eas, txa , t st' Lake Charles, La., by the last of non February.. f I.sst Tuesday, a sugar boiler ex ploded on I). K. ('arrull's plantatini, bhe ,,o Barataria, killing the chief engin-...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 January 1880

te~.Il d is.d . permi 35 -pFm-R S eneey in each month, while a evices, ev. L. C.Kelli, Pasor. it is I mald uSM y ae each moth. Methodist use it 'pea ariee, N. S. Cornell, Par. St Sua d in each month, peaching by d Ass Pos, lMedlonist. se I eachl month. Presbyterian beav 11.. D. A. Campbell, Pastor.  -- uu y, at 9 oclock A. M. Baptita Shei, Thee. J. MaUgham, Sep't. amte wvry usd.y, at 3 oclck P. M. Union to a ------" . - Fr 0 eariteagatt his x Satuo --atheris will warm. donl 'leam wt Yea dihesl~ -. yetr corn lands that er tails la good order. weater for gaprdeidng. N ear fete and gadrs boor 't isell I yter erome . c.. start rly advelat s dithesaco. aW "p rlphoy Is ais c io e I wmel . wee D speed yIar mn recklessly. ive EwrybdY oa wkh cokl d nd fever. J. 11 Ioek at the right sideof the picture. a NP boeeae es is much bener thd a riches. p' Fur iveamss is sweeter tha revenge. ro Thasde said l/ringl WedsdaLy mht. $1 Tur a dear ear I she goiping slanderer. Dust ealtnt s uas good cr...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 January 1880

o8UT13.3 FAnR AND NOEL D. M. Ferry & Co., is their aew csta lA have the followi: A ,stbi h bing aided to t s soil,dirctly or indirecy promotes the g wth of plants, is a manure. Manur directly amists vegetable growth, either 1 y enter g Into the compoition of p ante, by absorbin and reising nmoisture from the atmopbere, or by absorbing it from nutritive gases. Manures indirectly as mist the growth of plats, either by de stroyinx vermin or weeds, by decompos inug an te soil, by protectingplants from sudden changes of temperantre, or by if provang the texture of the soil. The ma nure of cows andll all nimals that chew the cud is considered cold sad suited to a *light soil; that of horses, hog and poul try is hot, and best suited to a cold, beavy soil. All new and fresh manure eaendn heat and has a tendency to ligten the soil, while old, rotten manure is tought to render it more compact and Arm. The manure of birds sriher than that of any other animal. Three or4our hundred weight of...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 January 1880

"Libertau et Natale Solum." VOLUME Xu. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31 1880. NUMBIR 5. TM ms eulous elee of Charl. F. Freeman, who mcrificed his child at Po cret, is predicted by one of the priD - Pr.Adventistsof that lae. According to this authority, the early resurrection of the Rid is expected by Freeman and his religious frimea Tan taste for high colobr is brought about by the discovery of the analine colors. . Chevreul, the director of the Gobelin and Beauvaismsnufaceoris, hasu pmroduceed ten chrumatic from the three primitive color.; these ten cirdcles make thirty seris; each tint has its t of twnty-four tones; thus over 1b tomb are produced, all of. which are mid to be needed in the Gobelis r Beauvas worka. cnanrarnT EvArrre has notified the government of Roumani that the United Stat. will not recognie it until the Bewbrew population (about 600,000) are plced on equality with Boumaniansu agreeably to the stipulations of the Ber lia treaty of 1877. The government of...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 January 1880

Ikqe rcqlprd t ..r ., XI08,$ J. IfBEI f, • . - - Edtr. AlV plnies Wti! r IeleCffge tz mind ttp', tasv t we L r-.w r In-eve t ft-#@ ?t' eFF ic1 a nfrm fr e:mint.utimv Oni it is accompe thfd b Ihre d'lt', iot hotwe of jludgment Ssepatdlou'of pre~ey en!sd aeompwnec - Sy Ate dllber. v T rWe :s Pvev deviared ' from ,nder any Ctrcunlt-rree t!. I Shln we Dildn Ceurt tu I s J)o't begll 'el talk shoot poverty and heavyt castin ; but let us leaok the nttr squar in the face ad ref, on together lila mea. f fyoer dwell mg beesma sactually uafe for your family to stay is, if .yu are say mei at all, yo0 either go about building a New bose or  pairing the old one. Our ceurt loumse to nsofe for the par. pues foe whbibk it is inteond, aever was it fors coonrt ome, sad is acte ally a disgra to tbh pisb,. and it.r eansot be repaired Into safety and re- I i pectabllky. So there io a alterna. tive left but to tear it down and bauid a good uhoee. It is fUly t say that1 ahe parslh b .ot le 'to bmld...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 January 1880

#IY)If a Sqealaim tunf .l "t A  in eacllhaa aIudmyia b, n - -I set cs, Ie!. L. C. Ke0t, P II I. lietd Sbad,7 is each mouth. Methodis 1 werima, K. S. Cor'el, Pst.A. . , Thud Smuday ts each mois*, ptumbmg by d Am Poster, Metlebi t.. I heted! Shdly in weul mout. Preebyteri.. at viseto Rev. D. A. Cemphbl, Press. G $,et7 Saud,, at 9 ocloch A. M. Baistes 0 daky Schol, Theew J. Mausbam, Sap* t Every Susay, atl o leek P.M. Union P ble Clas. . Noeal 3eet@#m pries like weamher. tlowes !lemmig our. mese net very brisk. nubers mill epidemic. " dwia inor a. ot! yet. eacbe. blooming too om. t. t ad meariIge plvail. mh ie in meat demamd. we for a piee a the fbont. lib local news of inteest. ry advertising ia he lcos. ,j to preachingl toerow, bho. t veral ces of pm osM abed. me sew is.. an5 erewded ars. C rove m make your homes happy. 'ever think you are too riee to lear. i Inl deesl are never oat or regretted. he. the uese, m good ad virtuous. heters are preeria g tio rest crop.. hre l mouth ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 January 1880

SOUTMEe N FARE AND HQOME. Many of our Georgia farmers do not tt r. n much importance ls they should to the nceisity of keeping lip their lands by enriching tlhem. Mazny farms in our state are wmrnm ollt, antld many are deficient in certain nee tul elements. Farmers .hould carefullv study their fields. One field mav neie lime, another a richer manllure, while the orchard alnvineyard are benefited by bones planted close to the roots of tres and vines. Roots will grow around and feed upon then for many yearn, or until they are consumed. They can be put in whole or broken with an axe. Farmers should collect tihe vege.table matter fromevery nook andl cornerr of the farm, and incorporate it with the manure heap, or with swamp mud, lime and ypsunm form a compost heap ; col lect leavs Fork over thiscoumlsit on.e or twice in a year and dress tihe land with It. The following is a good fertilizer for the garden- Hen manure, ashes. p,lahter anl salmt mixed in equal qn:antities. eteilt the sal...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 February 1880

'Libertas et Natale Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1880. NUIMBER 6. ; -: ~II .----.-- --.-. ---- - x. Bnarzun. the French .avant, t t 16 mnrit 1uukm f isidss in , Frase is st the ate of 628 per 1,004000 0 for widowtrsu, 2T7 for bachelors srd 240 for married men. It will be noted from e these figures that less married men com d mit suicide than either bachelors or wid- I ower. _ Zt eerttf Doe Peds to a ierense the imperial revenues have been met by resistance in Rio, the people objecting to b a head tax an streetcar Ip e- gens. c Beaides constracting a new system of t internal tation; the Braszilian Finance - mrie- has reiemtli produced a new. tariff whic is prohibitory to a pest " e 4t'iz , p4il beat heavily an foreign a eommefe,' &epeldal articles from the a United States. TuE widow of ex-President Tyler has asked Congress for a pension, on the grounds of the immease depremion in b the value of her real estate, the mortgage on her northern prope...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 February 1880

8108. J. NAJOHNA, - - - - Editor. It Female Editors. The Clsiborne Ouardian has been .: asked why there are not more lady . authors and editorn; aud, without at- fr temapting to answer the question, it s. submits it to "sonse of our excbsags." 01 At the same time, however, it shows si very plaialy that it will not receive as e a astidsactory answer bthe old, worn- i out, silly and unga!Ilat assertion that i "it le for lack of brain." II The Gouardian is right, and proves.' a hItslf correet by mentioning the fact b tbt some of the finest poems and works of prose arc the productions of li ladies. As we bve repeatedly as. srted, womas is sot intellectually in- f ferkor ito ma; and the asn who asys i so has no facts to back his uassertions. t, The only diterence in their, intellect- il sal productions is, that of the wonman's ti is generaImlly more delicate, poetical and Il cbstae is style; but e@ve this dilter- ri ence is sot always observable. Then ,, wjy is it that there are not mo...

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