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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 March 1880

3mbary. w At BRyvsilt -Firt Seaday in ekh mouth, u Sapi a servin, ev. L. C. Kepit, Paser. I $meid Seedey is seek monh. Methodist H, Epier'pea serviess, N. S Cornell, 1'ater. TMed Sunday in curb most, preaching by el iewo. AM Peer, Mthbedi. it PiOht Seday is each month. Pseebytmriea a tretlee, Rev. D. A. Capbell, Pastor. Every Sendi, at o'esock A. M. Bptist day School, Tbh. J. Measam, Sep't. o Eery Sunday, at 3 o'eoek P. M. Uaioe I &ads Clem c Trees are bein clothed in reen. Garde truek is gowing very well. a Coel, wet, disgreeOple weather. I+ Ge yer beats ready for the overfow. ti The beelh of Rayvilte is still imp roving w believe. u Nething worthy of mention transpiring in e 'awe or perishb that we beaer of. The sea did't shine long on Wednesday letie hitema soeed isinig again. It will be suek  pity for the water to get ever the porund where sern is already up and growing. a You ay make your eeallotios for a big oavuersw, br a ieat deal of water is omaig deow the Ohio and et...

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 March 1880

ITEMS OF ITEE1DIT. IT is proposed to cut Dakota into two strips, running east and west. h Two sleighs have been sent from * Poughkeepsie to the Emperor of Japan. WHAT is Nihilismt Nothing when you are weyd to it. B sakruptcy a uos- - ihing like it. a A movwaNr is on foot in Virginia to organize a society of the dedandnts a of the Cavaliers. P KErtIcKt produesee ore than m I n teen times as much tobamco as (onnec- P ticat. It ranks frat in the list of so- a bacco produelg States. s Tns Dake of Newcastle Is sixteen n rears old; Marquis Camden is eight; 'arl Russell is fifteen, and Lord Bmth- b ampton is thirteen. MIcMLAx hasn't the worst highways , in Ameriea. Waps go down as fur ther than the wagon-box in soft s weather. I • Harvard Student" informs the a Boston Tracripe that only one of the b even buildings in the college yard is ft provided with a suitable means of es- t cape in case of ire. h TunI Alabama cotton planters are wild on cotton planting. Food crops are neglected, and...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 March 1880

" Libertas et Natale Solum.'" ( VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 20,1880. NUMBER 12. To him wuh weighw hi ways. 'I le t thai hd mete out mhtar But FA y bear. no To feed miefrtune taks a plane; The fai should fare n love aon rake . d~efiesra iss. t; l Else ear estnot be woe. wm A :mv als: isrigt iaes falwritte; Of faults a matid s wrideg "ad "rite ab't neither - right" hi Udi.ad'tto wrig dthelatg. run Cou ghi apa com h a M pinna, saºho hAnd t rwred e Wi ake a ll ; An wellh summer h tit l tbh owers, it leaves VWn 6&4s but retlia& AMd whew eins.ura *ve fk.decline, the The lvn to fall deln fellg. A would d't ,t here oneestorm; BAt you liet deads it tae I So es's tuppnes that we have reached ( The tti r end of o ar tale. ; I No dl p~owers reigh b'er It. 'TC -4 leepe W e r s-Odeie. A MEMBERJ OF CONRdESS. s at MIts. e. W". FLA DERS. i'514 The ao lore llow smon thedyeing. NA as E Marx soars m auny a a tn; . ,u, Wu.o, wha Ipe-tnts were poor. All dey  tet agem...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 March 1880

1108. . K ANGHAM, - - - - Editor. ~everal thousand pIudlers in the Peassylvania fmndraes are orn a strike and idle. The Courier couplains of lremsa sad vicinity being infested with both borne and chicken thieve". A crazy negro wotan, in the Fourth Ward, tell in the river last we"k and was drowned.-.onrw Ibulldfen. Dennis Kearney has been senten ced to six months imprisonment in the boune of correction and to payr $1,000 flue. Good. - -. - -- .. - - " The Republican State Convention meets in New Orleans May the 24th, for the purpose of electing delegates to the National Convention and nomi sating candidates for C'ogress,. Chicargo don't want the California Chinese. Now what is to be done with these poor creatures? They had better paint bhemselves black. cut off their pig tails and coume to Kansas and In-' i sa. The Committee on Privileges and Elections has reported in favor of ouee tihg Kellogg and seating Spofford. $o it appears that Louisiana is at last to have justice at the ban...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 March 1880

-ses Smleay in each mouth, at oes, ev. L. C. Kellis, Pastor. , Saudsy i eash mcel:e. M)ehvdtit ja serviees. N. 5. Carnetl, Paswor. o tea.h mouth, prenalnu b iby Pose*, Metheats. w Sediy to eash month. Presbyterian Iev. D. A. Camepbell, Pastor. SSIuday, at ocltk A. M. Baptist hi lader Sehool, Thes. i. Mangt-am, Sept. Ia Every Seday, at 3 o'etek P. M. lUnetn Whet about thut new court house ? A Cskiag will not check the rinsatg of the Ne one ever leers anything by deeds or eedls of kendene, al It coaoe a ee to e serlul than it Se* h t be gksamy ad despdent. ai Sel ha+e Imallniles its owns small virtuel s, a a well as the haltte weaknesses of dhers. r Dr. Peni has received a fresh supply of Y 4dreg, nedcmers, cigars, t-b.eo, &., at his I l drugeoure' We hater hardl no. emplaent of Aem's ian this ese1ghbortbowal yet. It was oo e old lir them thi, week. It is so much easter to ee ther mute that it ia anoether's eye than at is to see the eam , that is inour own. SWe should sno ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 March 1880

MCIENCE AND ART NOTES MS. W. Monuas, of Gourek, Grest Britain, hasn it issaid, iysated a method of photegrainlug under water. The ea mersis id to be lowered benesth the wave, and the "cap" removed, when the adjustment has been made to suit the operator. A +cotch journal states some fairly good sews have been taken by this process Tas home of Louis Muller, of Leipsic, Germany, has put the market col ored lnks, which may be used for writ ing labels on glass, iron, arble, mother of pearl and metal. The writing Is dome with a goose quill, and when dry adheres so firmly that it cannot be re moved by any liquid. Four different colon are made, blck, white, red and blue. Tya ghAbg Mehemie states that Mr. Edison attepting to make a new por table electric lamp, which, with the bat tery (a eomstant one), shall be no larer thsn those ordinarily seen on a parlor table. This is probably a canard, as it would take about fifty of Grove's ells to generate slkient electricity to'give good illuminati...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 March 1880
Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 March 1880
Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 March 1880

* . At Rayvelle--4rsrt Sunlay ia each mnh, I Baptis services, Rev. L. C. Ealas, Pasr. ( Mtoaed Sunday in each month. Mehodlist sroll evviwe. N. S. Cornell, Pastor. Third mSunday in each moaith, preaching by t Ro. Ass Potter, Methodi. t Fourth Sunday in esh month. Preslhyterian meices. Rev. D. A. Canptbell, Pastor. every Sunlldry, at 9 o'clock A. M. Baptist Sunday ScluoLTler. I. MaSail:aas. Sep:t. Every Suday, at 3 o'clock V'. M. Union Bile Class. - -_ .... - Thee weather haI beea delightftl for the Pat few days. ihooting of tish in th- uerfl ,w is tihe sport engaged in, this week. Have everythir.g readly for Ilan:il your I low lands as snoe as the water goes dowll. If yea ihav pleated all your uplaid you swooI but fear but that you will make a good easp. Revesge is a hitter, puisoeous fruit, that tunros to ashes upon the laps asd makes the s sal sack. If we would all square our lives by the guieas rule bhw little trouble there would Ibe iII tie- world. Lever repairing and skil...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 March 1880

1of. J. XAORAN, - -" -* - Editr. The Twe-Third RuBale. At the last National Couventiou a resolulion wi a sadapted requesting the different States, to instruct their dele gates to.tbe convention this year as to whether it would be desirable to continue the two thirds rule. Of course Louisiana will instruct her delegates to continue the rule. It is the interest of all democratic states to do so, especially those who cast small electoral votes, for a very obvi ose reason. If the eijority rule pre vailed the republican and doubtful states eoal.l nominate the candidates which the deamoc.atic states are ex pected to elect, which would not be fair and just. The representation in the couvention is not based upon the number of demoert:tic votes east in each state, but upon the number of presidential electors the state is enti tied to; and thus somne of the hope laesry republican states are entitled to more votes in the convention than many of the deomocratic states. But .it is needless to ar...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 3 April 1880

S" Llbertas et Natale Solam.'n VOIUME uR. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 3. 1880. NUMBER naasemr's eanwar A. sT MAm.t LRITw The sows of eighty yers had shed. Thetr whitest lakes un his aged head Homelteaind ftnsdmu. hbe was weary ,J li.. O( its swrrow and kbeedrs, ad esadle' strite. Little t bie for rate rai anow He had as Ired, he huew anu fue. _ r shem, heetsous ear face, I loud or the MM, when al tis light, 5tiW wi nl her bae, Juai l4sght. Tmr allhap sal see cries: " Youw amesbdy pdpa. now I know, Whydin't sl outae a tlhe now? I lhve a sad be sitte l his tr. Ant my te, Lm petr whte hair A u I , w t asls " sew Alend L i the er m_ a bent, As rdhe s assg -- a And si athe eyes d blue TheK s1i Mar hisipk ww eea Is UI huky _q , he .hemg •4" .W, " Ykareasoet--a gsrad, that I ,kno. If you are pm, asd out to t snw And ane ittle girl would lie happy toy, If she knew I had kised u.elsd r- 5 You Lraked so Inorly, anf sit·k and e:n- M: tell tme, Ihave t'e wery bad? That y n h bar'dt,...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 3 April 1880
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 April 1880
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 April 1880

708.. J. .MA-GAM .i -* - Eiier. Tba longoboremen of New Orleems are on a strike. The Midget, said to be the smallest I dwarfs living, mere eo exhibition is Vicksburg his week. ..... a ,ep leoa- It isy a celliery esploeieo at Aeder lone, Belgium, Marck 31st, 44 os ofi 86 mioers were killed. --------** *-------. At OGinesvile, Texas April 5th, Jobe Slight truck Capt. Riley with a billiard er, idnlictig fatl woumd.i Severe seves are reptesd in North Georgia this week, which did great damage to crops A., ead killed three persons. A tobsoao warehouse of McGregor Bros., at Ripley, Ohio, cotaining 30,000 pousds o tabseco, was burned April Sad. We rns chamed our views rels tie theo general lottery bill, but hkes sot space to give our reasous will do so mnet week. -0., *--- Cap. A. H. Mangum, of Yaoo r City, Miss., gave his httle boy dose I of morphine, instead of quiniee, April t 6tb, wbhich proved fatal. a From the Morgan City Free Press of April let, we learn that one Iadore Ioperte murd...

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 April 1880

eI iudlla t rs.I £aetn nMDg.wýy. At Rayville-F.rar Sunday in eaeh month, Baptist services, Rev. L. C. [ellis, Pastr. Second Seuday in each moen . Mebhodist Epiropatl services, N. S. Cornell, Pasthr. "l'hird Sunday in each meoath, preachnlg by Rev. As Potter, Methodist. Fourth Sunday in etch month. Presbyterian servires, Rev. D. A. Campbell, Pastor. Every Sandiy, at 9 o'ctck A. M. Iaptist ,Sunday School, Thbo. J. Manglam, Sep't. Every Senday, at 3 o'clock P. M. Union Bible Class. -- -~---*-----. Ineal Iureviios. We made the nistake last week of locating thie labor strike in the perish of St. John, in stead of St. John the eaptist. The Morhoase Clarion advocates the re election of our present representive in con. great, as most o the papers is the district do. If the continual duckingl tipsy men are getting in the overlow do not hear their legitimate fruit, pneumonia cases, we will be agreeably serprised. The dte on the Irst age of this issee is April 3rd, instead of the 10th-a sligh...

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 April 1880

TOPOlf FOR THE FAIR. Prepare for Work.-Look ahead far mer, think in advance. of your work and have your plans well laid. Just now is . goodL time for this business. Weed Nla l dpt-A fipulet soe that ,heree am 14, di kll d-M r of weeds in the United itates. Farmers, attend. Pear ligbt.-Pear blight in several instances has been arte t ln allOln trees by syringing them with a w 'olution of potash. and it has proven a preventive whep applied to the healthy trees. ('era Acreage.-The 8tate giving the largest average of corn per arre last year was Nebraska, the average being "s bushels. Colorado returned the larg est average of wheat, amourntig to 2L.1 hbushels per acre. Care of Peultry.-Most kinds (of poultry are like landians gret tramps, ,nd, when growing and developing mus cle and bone we should let them tramp, hut when it comes to fattening, the more qui'tly they can be -kent, the more quickly will they be ready for the table. Ieekeut free windlers.-'Thiss the wseaon when experlenced ...

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 April 1880

" LIBERITAS Er NATALE SOLUM." VOEUMF XII. I,\ YVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 1 1880. NUMBER Ii S T WA%.AY Kiaittr. lIIlinh t plunes of whrite n l rlrplrq Growle by the rusc gatb; Tuchea by nnt' rar fain r, ut tre heards the lter 'r whi.per Ui thou hmmr.t watn plunopu. Ia t a(ou blrln the/ iWtro', Iu llhtcr, lhawin bduW thy lirn-I lLb...l : Thbe rt siny-imr ' fair  :mnrianIt (Pid, tie ates I'. bleom ut i. AS dIthI lpBtI., ctI twili g n,t TIE 101750 DESERTER. T wIIa.IAM Com8rooz. A stie aite he win our fri'te s.1 (.war in the mlintop, wfir o nw That May he twas rcgistere, e p4urer,'s books; though there w.. hints now and then thrown out that i!; al name wras ..tailey, and that !:o v !w said th t vermJ earl ikn of lpu . :. and l aft them. Sin e thn he Il.tl . sued a roving life with lile pr-., . of eatr being otfavorite in oura pofrigate r lin y inf the storm," wearing ot his ha, on the rolli he billows, and finaslly iuk theng into a opurser'sre grabooks;e, though thonred hbitn ...

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 April 1880

THGS. J. ANGA, - - - - Editor. Heavy frosts at Augusta, Gia., on thei 11th, 2ILth ed 13th instant did great I damage to fruit. (Grat exriteulent iprevails nl White cmunty. Georgia, over the discoverv of a rich gold mine. Considerable damags was done to shbipping euon tb lakes by the storm Is,-t Saturdia and Sunday. - - -". - - -.. Thi, tnle'm hin l,'rald leisrrw tiatthe farm er. u s the I:!. o¢f ('altwell an', al..Tna. l pertshe~ are h". nn w. uti, h rcr. ri.. The Sherman boom aplpears to be a complete failure. Blaine is ahead of bu, evens in his own State of Otbio. Chat. Evans accidentally bung himself on a trapee., in his parrn ts yard no New Orleans. last ''uesdayv. . . o ..- An ex:losion at creasote l urks in England, last 3lunday night. blew the roof of the building and killed eleven men. Mrs. Wilbeluiuna 'i-k, aged 60 years, was murdered by her insane loo, William, last Saturday, in Louis ville. The water I. ,. w n,,er trie gir.:ter Irtnn o1 tar townil, tanti .' rtiytllnl.4 r...

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 April 1880

(Auuek INuet'oy. At layvillk-Furst Suday in each month, Bapti services,.Rev. L. C. Kellis, l'.tur. SPosd Sunday is each mnuis. Metlhuist '"is-opasl services. N. S. Corsell, Pastir. third Sunday in each iss* th, preachig b i Rev. Asa I'oter, Methodist. Fourth Sunday in enab month. l'retbytersao tvace r. Raev. D. A . .stmptell, 'astsr. :very Sunday, at a: oelrk A.. M. Ilt.rt ~ednay School, Thus. J. Mangt:na, lSup't. ebmla DMlrseete. I Terms of Fi th Dhstrict Court for ischland parih ;-Juryr Terns-Frsri .M.ondlays .11May and November, and other terns secontl Mon day on .March and tirs Moellay in hepsetsber. I. ". Rirhardson. Judge; J. Neat. I'ttt, Clerk; Lea Secutt, Shernt. Pllee 3eard. " 1'. I y, I J Adanla. (. A .Maes Iid I rsli 1at.eth. Ieo eal .evten. it. .,iura yaur fraends en tmhtcrst, s tu fii. I chae is pleaty of tine yet for iplanetng and askLu a spleadld .est. There wasgmeat rejoiltC at kI.Jsytsll w ihn the water caoatenced fallig. lFour houses were destroyed by Ltre . , Ne...

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 April 1880

Topics FPA TEE FARM. Nedare Sbeep.--erl sheep feed in foes wilem s m seep separate al most as i t herds Of cattle when feeding Nitrate of Seda.-Perums nsin ni trate of soda q, a fertiliser, ought to bear in mind that of all fertilisers it is the easiest wshed out from te sol Wed.-Of' asl the products of the soil none are so prolific in seeds as weeds; 60,000 seeds have been counted upon one mullen stalt. Maltrity of Cereals-Any of the cereals mw belt atthe roots when the kernel is in she milk, and the seed will ripen just the same, showing that at that time all the elements for perfecting the grasi are in the plant. Cutting Seloa.- lburing warm days, the present is a favorable season to re move cuttings of fruit trees for grafting in the spring. They should be securely tied together, labeled, and packed in moss or sawdust, an4 placed in the cel lar. Reefs of Granei.-Tt is generally upposed that that the roots of gramsses r not penetrate very deep, but these roots have been traced a...

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