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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 23 August 1873

RIHLAND BEACON. RICHLAND BEACON. country Paper. Publ.hed .very E . AI tr and Proprietor kUh.r Euares .... 4 O 9 d " a - 3 ) 6. Z. BAR[]D, aamst ritm. lid~ hkiacr 0,, ,r 5"1] ,,:' )  F F e 1 uar.. ....... 46 f4 3 5 i,4 1 2 44 . 454 .r 4 One ..p,, oeuyar.................. ..... "A.) _l rERTAS FT aATALE SOL2 'M.",..5. 'n oy haote.**.2M *LI ftERTAS ET NATALE SO LtYM." *qI~rl' t nr 14* ftr4t nertlo and th5 4r'4 for sameh l opire, in clubs one year, eac............ 2.,00 i ert a re f a b11 le P-pNM .........-........... .........-.- ..u t v e. h s or cnttute ,",' All4 .,,,-i.hl it-aily.. ,in ,.a ...... \.I O YIIE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1873. WHOLE NO. '210. ý,,. .7,,,. ,.4.... ,. .. ente,.d r," .. ,., ., . h...,b ,,ri . VO L. V .-NO .3.1. I. . ..V.iI,. ., . - , " * "" ** * * •U183 Iý MOL INO. There. wai a ftire. monster, who mad. His ithone" in vale, w,.adland and glade. It. lalughed in his terrible might, Anld 'ihilled e*very iheart with affright At he seatered the iowdery nmow...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 23 August 1873

THE RICHLANp BEACON. Ji WILEY P. MANGHAM, - - Editor. of 8. B. BAIRD, Associate Editor & Publisher "i Rayville, La., Aagnet 23,1873. fa OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. TWO PAPERB8-ONE PEIOE. Many of our shbscribers hare availed them- ly lver of the opportunity opened by our prop- I osition to club the Socst.Ra Amers with the to BrAcox. and 'save paid their dues and are now receiving both papers for the one price., i But there are some who are still paying 3.00 ca a year for the Betaco when for $3.25 they re could get brth the BAtrni and Sorrarstft Aa- sh nra, one of the largest and best family news- I papers published in tie South. We want all of our patrons to enjoy the beneft of this offer and we therefore keep the proposition open to give them an opportunity. If you are behind cu in your payments for the BaAeox, the "lack pay" must first be settled, and then $3.25, paid down in advance, will entitle you to a clear receipt for both papers one year from date. If you have already ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 23 August 1873

T HE RICHLAND BEACON. I LOCAL ITEMN. t Rayville, La., Augn , I873. Rellglema . A Ulsto PRAlaa MasTi;p, ofthe Rsyville t churches, will be held every Wednesday night. EPISCOPAL Siavrrc-at New Salem Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on d the first Sunday of each month. Ditvrs SSavuncs.-The appointments of tihe Baptist Church at Rayville, are the Ist c Sundays in each month.-Rev. E. B. Rey- e nolds, Pastor. a Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, at e Jas. Dennis' place, Second Sunday of each month and the Saturday before by Rev. E. B. Reynolds. ArrotxalsaTs RAvYIILL. Czacctr, M. E CUsaca SoUvs.-New Salem, First Sabbath. I Rayville, Second Sabbath. Union, Third Sabbath. Alto, Fourth Sabbath. Rev. J. %. Wright, Pastor in charge. o Passarrmasl -Rev. D. A. Campbell will C preach regularly, at Alto on the Ist Sabbath in each month; at Union Church on Baskin Ridge, in Franklin Pa. on the second Sab bath at Rayville on the third Sabbath; at b Oak Ridge, Morehouse, Pa., on the fourth sa ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 23 August 1873

GLEANINGS AND GOSSIP. I'usovo, r B1.errv.-This beauty of na:tore wlhici is seen and felt as beauty i. the I,last part. The shows of day, the ,Idawy morning, the rainbow, mountains, relh:ardls in blossom, stars, moonlight, uhailows in still water and the like, if to, eagerlv hunted, become shows mnrely, and mock us with their unreali tv. (;, outt of the house to see the -',t.wm anil it is mrere tinsel ; it will not please as when its light shines upon yv,'or necessary journey. In private pl:aee, aming sordid objects an act of truth of heroism seems at once to draw to itself the sky as its temple, the sun as its e,-'ndle. Nature stretched out her trllos to, emhlrace man, only let hiis thloul.hts be of equal greatness. Will ins.; lt4k- she follow his steps with the rose' antl the- violet and bend her lines of grandeur and grace to the decoration of her darling child. Only let his thoughts he of equ1al ope, and the frame will suit the picturel.--hr,,'rol. --'The Peoria Review man tell...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 August 1873

RICHLAND BEACON. RCLNECN A Peal L1ye Country Paper. Publiabel i'irrp Ratnrday Morning. Ia t6 nl W'JLF Y P. MAN1GIýIAMi, - ,~ ~I JJIi. t..aredtradPnte 4il 1 1.3 Ud t r a d P o p i t r . S A MI , L A i n w a t s E d i t o r sa d ub l i sh e r . r'ruwta of Subscription : _. -r 1.5 sSS(01 a~M0 copyen , on dea ar.............. 2i 745, I-N) -iS --- --54"'- - - - - heoyi nonte ............... l.ach "LIDlErTAiS ET NATAL}; SOL 'LM. Avcieiit n"teda h aeo 15 i T'-it r'qiea, in clops on ya, ac........!.w fir I1! aiiterri ption. invariably in a.trance. N.ý [ * .- NO' _ * tý )- - -ý W O E ý Ilale ent..iciul jn the lIst until the aubaripti~n I 'F ILi. 1~ *."" I .33 . ti tI % Lu11~,1 1ýA... S. i ia li si .Y. i° . Jt.j *JS7T *,,) :31),IF.. ýý1.1. -NCsxmnt.,52 navn :1. 1..t I. I. 1Ii1 '. .,- I i. ..r th ; hr,. hjlsi all the.- yearn llzi) hb,,i I i.... I ati 'l i . r r, riln l thinh. i.nllig. fair, 19il, f t;;,,! In s thme. their .brine. ,, te."n rrasdt h),t, it Ilint., whjicb ath I not wi arelld ita ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 August 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. WILEY P. MANGHAK, Editor. 8' B. BAIRD, Associate Editor & Publither Itayville. La.. August 30, 1873. (iFiOCIAL JOURNiAL OF RICHLIAN). LOUISVILLE INDUSTRIAL EXPOSI TION, . e"l'I .conv I Nat,anlll lltttr i Fxpoz:: on a lbIoutvtlb ,,piI on time second ul rpltem ,,h I r, .t In an ll t atifnh extended to tl, r I r- (f tit- p -i"r ~we learn that the Dirq" t, r' cf ,th l:xp.i'-:on have perfected every ir ttll, ,nent ncta sa~ry to imak;ing the it-play te .ranldert and nileCt .arled' erer seot In .IL:s country. I'lhoe who attended tIhe Lotui ville Expol-ticn lat.t year can recall the Ileasnre anid urpri.e wlich they felt on l t,"rilg the va-t Inlildirg, filled 1 . ith its tr.asure of A it, tii ntry, Mle.thaiin. Hand wmoik. and Slcrltthe ~ollcctionm. We are rirtnted thit year event a greater aslt nmr:' attractilve display. A nucipating thIh, no one ran arffrrrl to forrego te elmtynlielt of spend mng a day or more iln the I.ouivii lle Exposi fion Redtllted rate Iby R...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 August 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. LOCAL ITEMR. n -.. . i- - - - -.a-yvi e, La. Ae t SO. 1473 A Usto. PRAAFL MiaTIrn, ofthe Rasyille rcrches, will be held esery Wednesday night. EPISCOPArL S:trce-at New Salem Church, near Girait, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on the Arst Sunday of teach month. DiVxat SgavlCa.-The appointments of the Baptist Church at Rayville, are the sta Sundays in each monthl.-Rev. E. B. Rey nolds, Pastor. Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, at Jas. Dennis' place,:Second Sunday of eac-h month and the Satarday before by Rev. K B. Reynolds. ArroxVlwxTlr RATVILLS CIntcrr, M. F. Cauacu Socr.-New Salem, First Sabbath. Rayville, Second Sabbath. Union, Third Sabbath. Alto, Fourth Sabbath. Rev. J. L. Wright, Pastor in charge. PllsarrS1ats -Rev. D. A. Campbell will preach regularly, as Alto on the I t Sabbath in each month; at Union Church on Baskin Ridge, in Franklin Pa. on the second Sab bath- at Rayville on the third Sabbath; at Oak dge, Morehouse, Pa., on the fourth Sabbathin each month. Tat...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 August 1873

GLEANINGS ANIlD GOSSIP. -The funniest traveler's story I have heard vet is told of an old lady who was a quiet passenger on the Hudson Biver a railroad, bound for Albay. She would persist in asking the conductor at every s station "if this was Poughkeepsie ? The conducntor, a "nice," gentlemealy man, would try sad induce her to re main in her seat and give herself no anxiety; he would certainly inform her at the proper time, as Poughkeepsie t waas ,me distance off yet. But the dear old lady, alarmed at the frequency ~ of the stations and the rapidity with which personls were stepping off the train, moved her to rush forward and t ask the conductor " if this station was not Poughkeepeie." Assured again c that it was not, and that ample notice would be given when the train reached the depot, the nervous passenger once t more relapsed into a passive uncoon-t sciosnees. At last Poughkeepsie was reached, and the conductor, rushing into the car, hurried the old lady up by saying, "Here we...

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 September 1873

RICILAND BEACON. RICHLAND BEACON. A lal Liw Couatry Paper. Published every tturday Morning. WILET P. AGHAM. J41 J . 1 tor u Proprietor.re.. Tortms of Subsoowptlon: 1--- 0' r-....... One eo6Py, mx mouths ......................... .SS Ten:pies,tfC::..n ..... "LIBERTAS ET NATALE 8OLUM." Mverti... t. serte at the ratE. of $.50 p20 . ..................................quar for e rt ertion and 75 r s f h f-id i ls -he-ildfo a lavad sh dvane L V - 3-iseqtuet ofls Ten lines or ieee 0onetitute a IW..iia.,cr.iie..l.mwte.yiaian.. "'jo V OL. V.--NO 3w;. RA Y VILLE, LA., SA TURDA Y, 8EIPTEMBER 6,173. WHOLE NO. 2 12.L"aoa ads W@y e leit.~~* Profs a o iath,$ @in ardvac.$.0 rajuR fo A PANTOiLALYi . 1i. ('RANSH. No, Turn, yln may Laniter an ulch as you please, lhdt it'n all the result if the shellin' thee peas; Why, I hadn't the uitghtest idea, do you know, i., c'riusts a matter woulld out of it grow. I tell ,yin what, Tim, I d, feel kiud o'seared! I drearned 't, I hI ,lld it, but never once dared ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 September 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. . . . .. .. . .--- t1h WILEI P. MAIGHAM, - - Editor.. S. B. B I)D, Alscta~ te Editor & Publisher la Rayville. Ls., Sept. 6, 1873. OFFICIAL JOURiAL OF RICHLAND. " ., that BLOODY ASAl88IATION. of " Thomas Archibald Killed. TI .. nnet horrible alnd atrocions mturdter x' thllt t ha- ever breeni oIur painlfilduty o chron- tIhn' tI" t. tla- jii ivCn a Iheart-renling l hlloCk to -evr lt, rln:ltre ;nepic of iichland Pari-h. Ont gags Ti.I .lay evening latr, the 2nd in.t , alintt gt ta:rk. 31r. Ttmt4Ait AacelnALD, One ofln o" t ii lnutisI highly respected, holnored and beluvel datri .sli.l'i- if unr Panih and State. was called Inn fi if nuI hiii relenci eanld brutally assassinated.- cert; '1wu lleln, arm-*nl with ldoubled l rrrel slhot Ilig giE-., rnie nil ti tthe get( in front of hlii Ihou-le Onur n1d hAitlled. An uld negro nann went outi htt i-ti u,-wer thre call They asked if .lr. Arwhihali thus Wa. at hone, ani expressed a desire t, ece teba l.un. Mr. A. heard t...

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 September 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON.. .h Ia).AI.e, La, ept.r , S7 . i. r l,,r.hem, will lee held * v ry Wedneetuay nightt. l 'tLrcorAt SEtVltCr.-t New Salem 34 Clhurch, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, onN the first Sunday of each month. " DIvIs. S .avrca.-The appointments of' thie Raptist Church at Rayville, are tie Irt c Sundays in each mnontlh.-Rev. E, B. Rey. of nold, l'astor. to Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, at H Jas. Dennis' place, Second Sunday of each month and the Saturday before by Rev. F. B. Reynolds. do ArroI.sTrM s RAyTI.LL CIIC'ci, . 1. E a Ctuocs LUvra.--New Salem, First Sbbath. or RayviUle, Second Sabbath. Union, Third on Sabbath. Alto, Fourth Sabbath. yc Rev. J. L. Wright, Pastor in charge. PaRsaYrramA..--Rev. D. A. Campbell will bl preach regularly, at Alko on the Jlt Sabbath i . month; at Union Church on Baskin P Rii n Franklin Pa. on the second SabI- ut bathp t Rayville on the third Sabbalth; at be Oak Ridge, Morehoese, Pa., on the fourth Sabbathia each month. Tas RAYVIL...

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 September 1873

GLEANIINGO AND 00bIP. -Of all the odd deaths in the world, this report from India is certainly the In oddest : A native, while cttehing fish clt in a tank, put the head of one in his To mouth and bit it, as the fish was rather cu troublesome in the matter of wrigling. 5o1 Suddenly one of the sharp points in the or back fin stuck in his hand ; he opened the his mouth to call for help, and the fish sti giving a quick plunge, jumped down his pit throat, and tbere finally stuck. It was toi only taken out, and by small pieces, till after he had been carried to the hos pIital. lie was so exhausted that he Ta ttitd as soon as it was removed. tht -A *riter in the Nautieal Gazette pl solbrly affirms that Noah's ark "is now or in a good state of preservation, but tht lying under an eternal mantle of snow, ,s hundreds of feet deep, at an altitudle of pr 17,500 feet above the level of the sea. for Ever since the flood dried up, the cli- ric mate of Armenia has been colder, and do snow always co...

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 September 1873

lill 11N I I 1 I II I 1 11 I II In 1_  1 II n nnI I III il a I i I I a gaI I gI I I i l • I I1 11i i i ii 1I IN I _ I RICHLAND BEACON. \ A aw a..m . par. rubble" eer t iy WILEY P. MA ANGHAMr Three uat..... I tR to us AMBA oeiW Zd5w ad) 44~be E o of f rOne  pie rur...... ......................oa le , .r..... ....... pad ernm of Vkatm qpt on: Advertl..n*3.1t8 In]M st time t. ofp. 50 pe ffle*co p , es ............. ..................... 1 0l... 5W' l a 'pb m........... ............. ada..... .. lO sqmuat for the nrtt lnrertio and 75 tenta tf" mcl s.ulsequent one. Ten line or lis cuu·titut • nam entered All n therisM J utt theJ ubsri.onl ia n d ne p .• .', ci mon tha, SIL'w ii. adv-1e . n ~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ P m .ý m1m f' ifa mmm:m l r m mIml TIHE PlATEll. BY t. N. MT. Jo(iN. l l.w little ye Len, Ye wrenem sel nmen, By courtery styled "gentle r.taders,' (If how mune you owe To ther noble Typm And his army of folders and feeders! The I't vt m7 sing n lo lyr'd .tring- Of his Miu-ei, his ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 September 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. t+ WILEY P. MANGIIAM, - - - Editor. 0, S. B. B AIRD, Associate Editor & Publisher '' I.i SiFlC!IAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAN I, Rayville. Li., Sept. 13, 1873. ,,, Catch the Imrderernc s! $3,000 REWARD!! ,i, TALT FLOYD & LEWIS ROBINSON. tTh I ,m. l ro( r i--i .. - i e :I nllni (i.ll r i : ."' to : y Ir-n ,,r m , r - vh,) 9a tire th, a "ot,. twi n Ho IanI .1. 'Lier 1h.. t) ," X11 ýhri.l i,,f R i,-h:.l ial o -,. l. . , W , I'  are : t h :. , h :". E;. AI: r 'Itl 1. I ?r) -it'ht -r * w',iii 1" ly " ill achi( ilmon t, t1 l, ,' ,' , ,, ) i, r - lH ow :, r , l : n lal: il ,;.t "IIIIF. TIIItU.ANIl DOL.LARS! i" l'.-i. ,I halm!. to le pai I :,t soon as tLh,-": wen c h ie to th he:rll u h, rathr dark Lair, a t:Ie st ii'h q t. k t motion r o f e tc head is roI talkitn . t1ine . ie',e r;itler thiin vi-a:ge ni l meanI expres. en 'If l n tennlirtt . Swarthy icoliip!xinl Ii * l.IAVIS hltill rNiON is about 21 or " Vi'a- of ag , wll.ghs all b ut l .tº*. il:n st l a I: t I 1I...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 September 1873

THE RICLALA BEAON.' a LOCAL ITEMS. - 1 &**. --. . .....ille, L., Sept. I& V47,3 , A CUIto PAvea Mbs:rTI.t, of the Rasyville . churches, will be held every Wednesxiny t night. lit ErPscoPAL Salvtc--at New Salem Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on o the first Sondayof each month. tr Dtvtvsa savlcl.-The appointments of m the Baptist Church at Rayville, are the 1st vi Sundays in each month.-Rev. E. B. Rey nolds, Pastor. M Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, at an Jas. Dennis' place, Second Sunday of each in month and the Saturday before by Rev. E. B. Reynolds. I AI'rorInTrais RATYILLI CIRCCIT. M. E Cur acu SouT.--New Salem, First Sabbath. Rayville, 8eoond Sabbath. Union, Third ti Sabbath. Alto, Fourth Sabbath. Rev. J. C.. Wright, Pastor in charge. Puanrlata.-RRev. D. A. Campbell will no preach regularly, at Alto on the Ist Sabbath at in each meath; at Union Church on Baskin n Ridge, inll Fnklin Pa. on the waound Sub. w bath: at layville on the third Sabbath; at vi Oak ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 September 1873

ROUSE, FARK AND GAOBDU. How Mu= Paos ro Tam BnUmL or Cona.-The result of a number of ex perimeuts in feeding eo to iss uhows that there is witin a frania of 14 pounds of pork in a bashel of eor and the 'fort of every farmer ahoulJ be to endeavor to ge t as mus as he an of it. And to do this, be musthav the right kind of hop, they must be placed in the right conditions, and fed in the right manner, with a view to profit. Gunaw-Cona Sour.-This makes a delicious dish. Cut the earn from twelve eobe, sad boil the latter in three pints of water for half - hour; then skim t'im out, and boil the en balf an hour, leaving off the cover of the ot so that the water a evaporate. Add one pint of rich, sweet malk, and boil for fifteen minutes Beat two eggs; season the soup with salt and pepe, add the egs. remove the kettle fre f the fir stir for three minutes, and erve. PermAT Pios won Pousmmwo 8n0v. . Dr. Elmer says that the accidental use in his house for elaiug silver-ware of the water which ba...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 September 1873

RICHLAND BEA CO N. RICHLAND Ut ý ý I . sbxe. l AiLEY P. 1TACOL - Aý. Dd .........::::: O6 -w -~s -vf -JJ3J -- W LBRW R U ETt~L. tL m. m.i. Ty ,Idquareae yv 443513 .«....... bw~ manr...i...............~0 nt~wm ~o653 w&SO - ................................. w _w -- - - - L E ET T uu°°i I ý"'°nrm""° VOL. V."NO 3. RAYVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, SEIPTEMBER O, 1873. WHOLE NO. ý .urw~..wnýruw..a.qw . PA Tl. CE. a mosm casti. WMy at we 'm hepeimt of delay, [ m ter fr the tme M be? nr tm a t we torrow to. 4, Tea, se t. marmew we mp meter see. We are tee hedy; are aet meomaIed To Ia ted astes her work stone ; We lbnt our mea, end lthe a footob child We dIV M lap ato ne if o e ph m. The t at hl toem ew eaoed A. We .rat wul for the hoo t : oare the tra iso ripe, w the bg, ad a=e the bud that fdeds away the Sower. When dlnisht derks reigas we do ant see ThIM the mad nlht h mother of the morn; We eanmnt think aur owe sharp May be the rth. mas oa ta se.wa Into the dud we a r Moa eti sd Ad. edy tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 September 1873

JICHLAND BEACON. P. KAJOAX, E - ditor. "-- -- B. BAIRD, Asooiate Editor A Publisher OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. Sayville. La.. Sept. 20, 1878. "Lot 5otuee be ale T gh thI beaveIv o l l" Lewis Robinson, accused of being one of the massassei who murdered Mr. Thomas Archillid, is now a prisoner at the bar. We have no desire t see the masses of our people bestirred to a degree of mad ex ritementat thaey result in a violation of law and order, but we do desire to see them act like men of sense and men of enstage equal to an emergency in which not only life, liber ty atul property is at stake, but civilization is threatened with destruction; and, for the sake of their own best interests, in the name of all those sacrted ties firming a pleasant net work of civilized society, and in the name of the innocent blood of our slain fellow-men now crying to us aloud and afrseh Irom the ground, we would earestly call peon every law-abiding and order loving citizen in our Parish, to throw aside al...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 September 1873

TBU ImOHLAWD ZACOON LOCAL ITE Ps, e s will be held every Wedll dal * reP coer. SUc.-ae New Sale-n Cheek, an Girand, by Rev. M& Miller, o the at IS.ndy of each mn ob. SDinvs Savsem.-!he appointasats oJ th Bapat Chbepk at Iayvie, are the l. Pnseig as betkel Bapois Chusrcb, at Je. Deais' plemm, Seeapd Bl ey of ea c a GI h. Satrdqk, ebea be tlev. E Arraism s Ravvtau.a Ibgnes, M. E CmaeeS-og.Now Salem, ar st1 Sabbath. USoie Sesaed Sthh U alue, Third $,I D. a Wrih, h oseeur I e. S a t,-3Sev. D. L bmpill will ps slphls,,tw . Am h.,S let Sabbah tis sm " aea a ftl amalh aa Baskin RIge, IL Fm a. ias .as ad Sab batrb at layville an l third Sabbath; at Oak ide, Mehomse, .., as Am tfourth .atebl mll iset mb. T'u RavtInas aUsbe SaWuava Scuo will mret srglirly on each Sabbath morning, at half pass l mis ek. Teachers and papil will be in assemblg at the nd of tke bell, which wil rlng matonce. All d maomiltios are expected eoopemate in ame work, sad the commaitj generally invited at attend...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 September 1873

Al D -0.W. York Tribue Msys, por Waas dMaste : " Teree I to swim. One would be 4 a swimmr has whenm be Inds perores in tshe water, another I is the sca the oius 4 is eang lid e.As an I to bow hw evse those whom pleure or whose dolesk the e n 4 _-tUl tMe r an.g.d eet to ain thn t uethtei d ti e a rip the 4 owner, ie shippe, or the ate of the 4 e. knew boy to swim, while out of I ta pamn four could not swim a stwoioaA well-known 0 pninf OfredI us that oe-third of the oaoers andail ner thes h a are also ign ' long admired a elered widow ra in the sest blk abo hw, but b afraid to eom out boldly and reeal i p Swet to a white man of hi a Sthe other day, and asked him to withkethe lady a letter as her hbad in marriage The friend wrote, tellin the woman, in a few brief lines, tt the e se d her feet was the talk of the brhood, and asking he if se mrlh pas them down a IMle The n dea e e colored -an was iged, and hes to all on her n ~for an asiwer. A few sahe writer of the letter met the him ...

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