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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 July 1880

Sh 3frh idand _a 6" IAbertas et Natale Solum." VOIUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1880. NUMBER 2$ aOR WAS ter. sT C. . T WALB. She stands bMore her mirror. fale, 13 gIn tuneraure and prae, P ts r~with lagrulus touch To heit .s harm. of foarm and fite. st huln·he with unspring hand Her stlken trem., ton~ and bright, For she assuredly iltea.la o lbt her very bet to-night. Ste quickly platts the gleaming strant. And as tre renae.tse tint her chek, ite myy. " lie sulrIv lov me. and I weeder why hede. not Leak'"' tltn as the braids art deftly plaed. Se curl In a lewitrhita way Tho tiny tan that n'e"r her lrow in aeglat prefualon stray. A leafy bud she now aerieti, Mlspingm It a if hy ehant Amid the curs, than hld-Ilkoeglues A quitk and a.lrti.als glam e. Pe mtsactimnn at the ight. And then she ita aa4l i alrmrslow, " hop. tet he will aspeak o.lght" tlMst sem n a lape m et aed maew, The aibrll e m fre anwvor I ared, anl he rqmttnily Nerve to emhelliah and adorn. And ...

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 July 1880

THE RICHLAND BEACON, I .. . . J:n) ill'. I.n i-'.1;a • i our eiri :. io,.r hw a • ari.tri' e l'uri, Lcr-c t pr A vAlle an. 2.. wa to cliJ. nton, 11i,, •.. . Ao • cmineite~ent'tit erc-; of .:i--i - II il):' etl n'I r) . I Ic 'I' ll'l: l: . stituti'. lTt t trip to 1 w . :; as a nt o "; I Lha it a k ra;NL:t:r :.:iapt 1". Our I'i aNN ; - .\.~.r -t c\.\ leBtor, Col. C. 11 .1oir, hcrcaclc tEc, cry Ift t it T c!i '! h. I notici the cr-: Will , th w'-h ai Ir icx ,l"i tl, a. a r:le, a t ire citark-' n will , aii i; t', tlhe htalr v, r 1ie ti n'l la-st year. a-t it.: I a ci 1: 1 ro i, rc intii~ltrent. I think t0c-v fal L - lw an avt arten, :-r that country. I ntI-tel great i;t1rex1 t in t he omnijIg ored reptrcalnta iVP, J. F l-t-I King is thle favtite. 'Trii favor-a ilea i- ii c'oi triedip o (H . pcirlt d twahi ci-tric alone or to iLui-idaa, but S a1ls t1 i Missis-ipii. I heard a ulve mber- of Mississippians expresa thenaselvec favorably C.r Ki oog, and thought', that any clango woutilt h...

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 July 1880

THE RICHLAND BEACON. Chrrc IDirectory. At Rayrli.._- F':r-t a,..v , .. . i*P" ery*'. Rev. I. 4 1 a. I V- Y ~b a-(.d haViny .n ei.,, 9,f.. .'.' ., Thinl S,.u eday im e,-l m,' t,:. Itr.l tl ' by Lev. Asa Pute.r. M..'*.I*. ,. Fourth Suonday t e i.h s,,entlh Pre-I)* ". ilt Slee Rev. D. A. Camlpl-ll, Paa.tr Every Sunadiy, at Co e,,'·.c' A M. i 1". oanlay 4cho,,l, Thor. J. M.u,i:a it Si. :. Olthal Directory. Terrnsf F.,Ii, IIl-t ,. , r: Irwr R· P riesI,;-Jrry 1' re.,s--I'r- I! ... . a0d Neiveutaer. anl e all~ . r..e , - -f dlay in M6art fh t tea r. ,, 't .I 1" " " R W . It . ,-~n . . . . t i,-t i t t A - -) ; J , - , . Polie Bo ard. Fir-t wal-l. ' .. I . " " Ser'oend, :,i , - -i " . eve h " F', r* I , ".nl " ' i , Rihth "i I I : 4 l " (.. \ 1 , , 1:. 1) it. i'" . ' .1 ( u , .... r. tal'e,; ea" ite tew ",r ,-e f rt,'y a - " ) . rThe e.Chtir hII" hl,In v-r .-k * , tin a' -k. t1111i lii t , atte'. I tEo h1,- c . I. W e I"tarn tiet e'ver.l 1,"r-*' r w ·re h, t i - ra ,w t :t R l- h (Iy (...

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 July 1880

Hygienle eaversem. Qualities in animals which are the re S.uit of Iualing tend to die out-that is, the, animal reverts to his earlier and Inger est:ablished characteristics. The a I,iuistuags of Mexico are descendants of 41,on' .'ticiattl horses, which, having wan ,lEred from the mniards, gradually re vrthel to their primitive type. The i shorter the time in which new quali ities have been cultivated, the stranger a the reversional tendency. a It is somnewhat the same hyien y. I A plersoe wordd have a perfectly healthy a organism if the sum the forces ope- I rating within his ancestors had always a Ieen on the side of physiological sounad ness. I If such a one were attacked with dis- i caw' from some external causes, his sys- I tern would rapidly eliminate the dis ,hrder and revert to its wonted state. I This tendency to revert is weakened in 1 ipropl.rtion to the number of ancestors in Shom morbid causes have operated. If tlie tendency to consumptaon, for in stanice. hsa been in ...

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 July 1880

" Libertas et Natale Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1880 NUMBER 29. --D IN A TUSN1 "I 2 eUo L. V, A e, e a thram hoe bd S"O o ýe, md Jdit; , Sm.u bavd.r abdon ,q dgthe wordshqus s*d eh I Iradbe bh Iwrs.ausr t he aen te aymsa n, " l wthotll bee .ees em L iuethjs Y fatso... Above the et -we i t Lad fse ae hle p o Whie h Gde th e w vwieased, DR. DEDLING'S MISTAKE. "Of course," said young Dr. Ded ha1, "a man has his own fortunetolook "Of course," said Judith; amnd, as she spoke the words cold chil seemed swophs -congetoing tce wound whole heart. If y had consulted me as to your affair," went an the young man, "in Sof t aking this extraordinary step, "Yes, I know," hurriedly interposed Judith; "but it's over and peat now, so perhaps we had better not talk about it." The rod winter sunset was blazing t with sullen fie above thecedar cop in the west ;the leaes woods held up t their black arms, inasort awrestling go toward the t, he bleak winde raven uttered ...

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 July 1880

THE RICHLAED IEACON, A De[amncawec Weekly !ewsaper, -Published at Advertmsiag Medium, and Live Paper. Rasm very Reastnable, ail| hItral da.rouut to Yearly Adver:iý 'r Pree per Ammumi, 2.0.. THOS. J. MAIGHA. - - - - . Editor. DEIOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRiEN:lr.T r., GEN. W. S! HANCOC K, , OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICF:-PRESlOEl N . HON. WM. II. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. A Singular Request. We motice in the proeeeding; of , meetiag of the 4th ward that a 'motion I prevailed that the delegates of that . ward request the Parish Convention to elect an Executive Committee for * the Parish. Now, so far as we are concerned, t we have no objection to the convention , complying with this reluest ; but as a s mass meeting of the democratic vo- t ters of the parish, called fur that ex press purpose, has already done %% hat the coeveatioe is requested to do, we ' cannot ae the necessity nor a particle of reams in the convention doing the t work over. It was left for the 4th1, ward, if its voters are dissati...

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 July 1880

TN MICHLAUO BEACON. * Cheruc IMreeter . . istLL-Fi r SundJRy a !;rl,w mrnh. t. werrioe, Rel. L. C. Kltii. "'' .r Sa-dy l seea moat:.. 't! IpiwI1 asrvicea, N S. CornEt. P!.. r L Soarday in earb m,·r'h pr". I t IeP. As Poter. letwunaist. Feartb Sunday ia each Iu.v I':,. ',. : tiees, Se. 01. A. t.arnpl,t. .'a,'P r gry Sssd~ry at o't., A ' I' 1 " tleal Sehl. tbo. J. M -n,@ un. TeI.eof PiAk Diatriet Cr or t. r 1 paoi.Jary Team.-Firet lMoa n:.y : ai Ns er, sad other term. eor it t. i dy I MaLset and Inr Melmday an *.1 T.i m'-r SI. Richserda, Jedge; F 1' i, lret Amaerte; J. Newt, I'' ( Slese, Sher tl Sward--D. S. Trysi., 'r,' Imed . F.14ab Seoutt, Third C. P SBleI ur; eansk " W. T Ivy; i1 th " I. J. A'lam' isak GC. A Mae.: leveath Fraak HA.',h. Jan. S. Summerhn, C'" rk. J. . W Statim. Tr, .." . Dr. D. R. Pemit, Cor",,nr. -- -- C: Take your parih paper. it Adbertie you businet in the ,a'n. . Today will show who is Rielldnd '.<. ", It ak eegreae . ifr W. P. 3tangham'a account of ...

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 July 1880

Weibfem hSY amle . During Louis Philippe's reign d the four following yars, attempts w I made pon the life of Queen Victoria by I Oxford, in 1840, and by a workman I named Francis in 1842; upa the =ing of Prussia, Frederick W .IV., in 1 1844, and again in 1860; upon the rs et Emperor of Germany, the m comassder of Colens, in 184; a upon Isbella, Queen d Spain, in 181. None of these attempts succeeded. Ox ford, who shot at Queen Victoria while i she waspssing on Constitution hill was cearly a.lunatic, and was oomneJ to Bedlam as such. He remained there ahout twenty-fvoe ears, and while in I condemeat showedl himself invariably rational, working industriously as a ca penter, and expressing his deemorse a whenever he w'Ns questiomed wh t n he termed his " icked pie o ." Oxford is alive still, but he is rdig out of Enland. Not so Francis, the carpenter, who as maulted the Queen in 1842, and made a large wale on her face. This ma died I shortly after he lihad been lodged in St. I Lnke's...

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 July 1880

.T IAbert an et Natale Molum." VOIIME XII. RAYVII,I,E, LOUISIANA, SATUltI)AY, .lJUIX 2 .1 1880. NUMBER 31). ... . . . . . . .. .. . •--  m nun ii- nun- nu n II1 • m • i n iiu ii m m ml l m g ln u m m • nm 0o mrV 1 MI NOI IN Ths RmWlRT WASTE. bt .OaKT F. noTi. rThe following lles are Intend-d so a companlon to Miss M. Laira *'b twnel'r Iheautiful gam of a e matatled "O! Bury Me Not in the Deep, lhep 0: bury me not In the dert far From the dlark Iol r lin'g e a. Where ar arnd wasute Intwathrl uwiie Otr EUpandi. It.e;f to ne; for no ur4.'ntl I- tlire, no life Is there, No. rN, to, inwml in prime. i hl birdl are thelir. no ilife in there, AnUd ho lwntifuil rurn.mer of tone! 0! burn nl uat in the desert sd, Far off frI;i te un utly tes her" nI. bidhrd-eir. e.ver muake us glad, As wafte,l tfrll In tree. For teud. are tlHere, and death i. there, And ttw pIeritng sun-rays beat The leads of thoru who travel thre, In rrounding up their hbat. A! bury nm not in the arid wante. Where the ...

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 July 1880

THE RICHIAND BEACON, A-v : n I " .: 1 a.I - 1..11. r., 1' l . . ., , . . . I'ricr Ipe'r Agtuniem, ~?.'. Ttlmi-. . MANCHAM. - - " - ;'t, 1)EIR1&M'I'I'1C '11 i ET.t1. luIi: Vt I( 'I:I:ýI'. \ I Ntets% of 'Tr:avel in Trip to' .';!*. A 'Sketch. Si)ote 2I ' lg ' (,n 1":1,1th~ ear~ at t Ii tLi '' t the, .olL 0 1.1t. ', I n ! It 1) 4 "'ni 11 rr,.11 'irc il In _"º 1 11 ''I Iti:4 \111111111" InY 'I')'\S," 11t I tlr",\ 1' t I t.:. 'I I:t':'I I'. :tnrni' I; u i', 1.:1-. I rii \::111.11 !,I :. rtuilt ar Il I ca L In-" "I :1 " i"',:11 tv 4-i. 'l it I"r i ii A ,ii I. r ' " f. Io I. II- I to tt#- rILof t , 1 .1. i- . 1 . :1. - 1,t.'4 .1 .-1 1'".I"1: .I: l toj I hert'iii'h* I..1.I .: _t... . iii :11.1.4)-: 11' I:.I ii l*. I.'1'1'"1 . , liut .. I Itr tlM'r rtltt t tu :rtaint ". ot 1i.4 Mr.c: i i,. '"/1':'''" 11.."ire r":,f a i.htitt ifitt I t i .l .dtlera.'ItaCc 44! Ol4jti.ltt .1, hi ttii4' .41 t111 t.. .:.il a.i Ia riht I E"' i.:'. ý "'ti l . 1tr al ' t " i ii' pl '1 ul ei. ..I5 I"':1 I :111 1'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. — 24 July 1880

THE RICHIANO BEACON. (hunrcb ltreetory. At Rays\s I'· -I .rc ý f ay' :u 'a. h t . * I tuard Nuialay atao l eaar Ill'th. pre'--~ 1:"r tta taa'-c,r M''I ttt-.'t'aP' \r ~.. a.. I: I'lcc I~~tl ...rte.r ."u - '. Ir ' 'n . ' aul W-. T I. kri~- I. . [. 1 G A : St 11 . I SI .. a:,.lr. - You ta ra _'tA '. " I '· it '' , 1. 1 they porno>It , n- .' 1iacr. "aba~ The ground 1..- a ..i r lfhrrr,"l;'l Noah j ag thb woak; and 'saw thti a.r crr adt cc p·iaiul J 4 w much. We rar teat atwiro buy wi- ':. t'it-.! .I a.:.. a !--w .lay- :'_ , I "r :n.l I ~I 11 .1 I' I *, . ?t.'r a A... - ilr . a.11 , Ut .. - . I; , u. I " ~ . , IfN7 a atta it rit u I . '. ."." Is. ,".s. f: a1.: I i .'. I WIta·. I.. Naeedleos, oil, tiarare~l, .btt.leii nnra ltwoiilig, etc., for all nIlarat-c s, can Ile hadlby a in Liii'sw, it J-aE. aacit., 1Itº.º rue. Nor th , . lou iau , i.. iz: I'. - 1 . . s, tia werl.. .. pt .'J1: ". 't I. r aa-' ,~ a r 1 ..a 41aartay m dsa r.a g.J. '.aat ,. -.la..4m;, jral. twasx e at al dvamta.a ll...

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 July 1880

The New ark Reperwr. An e s'a life is not a happy one. He is fe soave duty at al hou of the day sad night. Today he is here. to-morrow there. On Monday he may be among thieves and murderers, on Tuesday anem Itician ed states men, adma wonW ly among ldies and gentlemen. He may be even among all three on the same day. I remember a cold, raw morning in Februarh when I had to get up long before daylight and make a breakfast out d Oliver Hitch eok's coffee and cakes aad run for a ttrai. That afternoon I found myself on boad Io laroe European stesmer. which had t1 .d high and dry on the New Jersey sands. I ahared ibe cnp tain's dinner while the waves came dash trha the venmel's side with a force M ed to make us food for sea S nt,. I came back wet and l T'ij there was no rest for me yet To Delmo'i s I mast go, as soon as I could change my clothing, and partake of a greatanquet. Sach is the life of a newspaper reporter. He knows not at any time where he will take his next meal. He often is ...

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 July 1880

it 5frhlad kwau. "* Ihlbertas et Natale . olum." I,U I. RAYVH,IE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 31. 1880. NUMBER 31 A FPAOMENT. at uas. a. v. S. seoaI CO, ih handyeds of bewsem tmel Oh, 4I number tf weepIng wtv% Staring, freesinag mwrsf erTae Oh, the busa buye hagr and ers Pae b heed, but me a sad die! aI, the sigbh that Ie a I h- o Cu tbhe e dbr de the chue grre a That eaveward mt ier t hi Che rtes l 5l65s b be ererfal Iese to pen Of woendd mmes d d1i arg ma, whim poles. wel s eem be e aes with .queh pewew'rlr ba .d Slirn, Whse esghs md gmes sad pdtuel ants Am drommed as theb sem m msdcal swell Of theder eeed seagnd ,mdnimbel' Oh, for ae the o oe ch"t sine Oh, Tf are tis wte womes ea me WIM pIrr m vihe e ta e t eaam uim Ame thea y ind per he t1s 1 e wonder ithay enhest a th d am Gad : JRLIDA'B BXIPEBIfNT. is was a tmpesnoutw night in Hovem be. The erved Dutch clock in Judge Warrison'as stuy had just truek 9. Judge Harrison himself, a" a er looking, silver-haired man, eat upright in ...

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 July 1880

THE BICHUNO BEACON, A Demcratsc Weekly Newspsper, -PubliMibd at- MmiKvle, Lt lwega i "x IIsca~m.a Ldvertasing Medium, and Live aper. Rates very Beasomnable, and litberal dacoust M to Yearly Adverisers. Pree pesr Ammam, AR s -- -- -i--a--- !'It TEOS. J. IAOIAMl . Editor. DEROCL&TIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT. GEN. W. W. HANCOCK, OF' PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICIrPRESDENT. lION. WI. H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. The stag rubbers re again plying their trade vigororsy ia Tens. The new stemaer H. T. Dexter, was buried oppotel Jefertuonvls, Ind., last Sunday. Fortunately ha lives weoe eLt. , .-. - *---- New Orleas has ait Ias become infested by that most troublesome spiies of law breakers, that has so ,lng aesoyed the puolice and business I mes of New YorkL fbmale shoplifts. Appearances we know' are often dee-ptive, but if they are not very deceptive in this instance, Hancock will beo lected by the largest majority any as s h recived inace the days of Washiagton. . (IH. F,-. M .eh e .insaai tions and a...

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 July 1880

ONE! At ldie-.FFias is deeh metm, uqJ ae I t.. L . , K , Pmsr. Seoned~ i nto snob. Melmbodies EPeOPspal ser ig Z S Cemiei, ase. Third Sede t web mo.h, pemla , ReV. As Potter, M)etentist. Furth Sand.y in se.b moot. Puaysrisn srvies,, Rev. D. A. Campbell, tPasmr. Every Sd, at 9 oeuk A. M. 1Spuit Sday Sool, TlJ. MJ.ka, p'Lt. - la IlAewmay. Termns of Fth Diarits Cat far Richblnd erish;--Jury Teu--Firs Moedays in May ead November, and her tlem seared Moo. day in March mand rm Moaday is September. R W. Irehbdeas, Judge; F. G" Hlrson, iuiae Amesy; J. Newt, Pitm, Clerk, em Sea Shorl. Fimr weo-a S. Taevis, Psidea; Assetd ' 3b seo"; Thud " C. P sallorw FeIru W. T. Iy; li . .J. Adam.; limh " G. A. Mes; Sevemt Frresh lash. Je. S Semeses. Clerk. S3. W. inmes. Trese.ewr Dr. D. . eels, CAsee. Too can gets the ishlied easss. till J eary lat. 181, fer ee dollar. We r seill in very had heltbh-+e sin 9i ersup mose is half the time Weher sofaod deal l sickaes nd a hes deats ies the perish derieg the ...

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 July 1880

aioeBA PEr. On tIe 10th of November, 1798, theem " was born, ian obsmure vissi lre. ' land, a child who was destined to be. omee one of the greatest mmo a tie noted for the number of great men it I produced. The one to whom we r is Oliver Goldsmith, the poet, dramatist, novelist and historian. A man who was able to enchant readers of every s ation by the beautyof his writings, but who was unable to control either himself or his passions; and of whom Garrick wit ly and truly remarked, that he "wrote like an angel, but talked like a Pol." He was truly a man o many prts; no matter What he attempted (with the pen) he did it well, which led ths great Dr. Johnson to say that "he (Gold smith) always did best that which he was doing." Asa boy, he showed a few of the qualities which ditrwud dis tinguished the man. He entered Trinity College, Dublin, as a ser, aor "poor scholar." Here he disagreed with his teacher, and was persecuted by him to such a degree as to render life at the almost un ...

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 August 1880

b* Ilibertans et Nautale Soltuni." VOLUME XII. IAYYILIE, LOUISIANA, SA'IIllAY, AUGUST 7. 1880. NUMBER 32 SOGRATEFUTL GAMBLER. SThe cool, unflinching gase of a brave man, it is said, will awe a tiger. The statement is perhaps an exaggerated one, but we will tell an incident of a man who awed a human tiger. Some forty years ago, the citizens of, Natchez, aroused by the excesses of the 4gmablers infesting their city, drove them out and threatened them with death if they ever returned. Prominent among these eitizens was Capt. Quitnan, a leading lawyer of Natchesz. A month or two later, he and a small band of men crossed into Texas teaid those who were fighting Santa Anna and his Mexicans. I~te one night Quitman arrived at San Augustine, where he found the people overawed by a large gang of gamblers, some of whom had lately ceme from Natchez. They recognized him and resolved to have revenge. Quitman quartered his men in a large building, while he occupied a room iin an adjacent house. H...

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 August 1880

THE ICHLAD IEACO, A Demmawe Weekly N peer, -Puibsd at- kderig e adium, and Live Paper. Reses mry Reisiebo, sud bibenl disount s Yearly Advauiern. Prime per Ammrem a 84,, - .... TIaS. J. MARIAn. - -. . - Editer. DEMIKCATIC TICKET. FOR PREKIDENT, GEN. W. S! HANCOCK, OF PENNSYLVANIA. OR VICE-PRESIDENT. HON. Wl. H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. ...--***--~- Cardilsd Erasselo Appose. Arch bihop of Copesa Is dead. Th Demoerts carried tho electioe s Alabama last Monday by a larpe We lear from the Vindiaetor, of July 14th, that s at empt had been made, by o* eadish lneodiary to brs the beautiful new Methodist cherasb hbae tha was just being cempleted is NatehLteches The Inoesent colleeage who was so mereilesly permseeted by Gen. King. bhas nied up a dienslom io t thitrd egrreiseal district, that wil reslt is 4o eerade deast; and all tes.es the party would not lrsmiaate bin as a eandidate for repratatinv in SSineo or last issue we hae hared that Mesomes, Franklin and Linolo have eeted a solid King de...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 August 1880

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Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 August 1880

ST WaSL. LUT. NMr, e , t, c net erwar be, sat saty, lr-es' s ervi' sow La mesM yes give wn loaf lasw me, Taw kase the dasl sweat tIrm .r ew: SWhite'aty?" She's my poor wife, ir. We aee bright roses in her fae, Whit, was year pamt, I widded etr, As' sow--4h blue veins in their pios. This meart', I bad Mayed my bd- Red lost a- hops--ecept to die, Whmn Ktle looked far o'er the land, As' aw yer mast f otiamn' hblgh Ah i! how her blueeyes lit wid joy : My poor, frail darliut, once so fair; I aied right out as whin a boy An', cray llks, toyed wid her hair. led aba, "Look down the channel there! The Mars and lripes, er shure, Jamle Onl4 Irdeland. poor, wid saog and prayer, hal live tow bems Amerike. * e~, Jml-I' not be afraid. TI-mind me not-4n' dry ye eyes; TeIhow the holy father eaid, ila Unel. Sam would bear our eries "VWa lat, ax thim, fer poor Katy, ler seke of baby tew be bern f I am thea alive, Jamne Afer dawn o' aithber morn." Ora! thank ym , sir, 'tis all I kin What! pratile tew...

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