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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 23 October 1880

1-1- -.iberta et Natnle Sohtrn."__ VO.It E H.- - RAYVIII,E, ILOUISIANA, SAT'I':I)AY, ()(' II)Blt2:, 180. NUMBER 43. ql] - ! . .. . lT7 ,i! 'aw , .s s: as. .& aru& ti Aar* =A ahmI avo th the ýM qaiW. b l.-, . ,IRbrm. NWau.. a bu.m ausb hi! aaa er rc wM u4 esr orlru -a Wdluimsg~ft ofb g#walu M~; dl Vfs F=i MIsW. m, Ou& mM~g~ a hr M b bSr __ vwaa .___ as Bsrd*PING TO WIN A WuI& Ne ILtwas a Julyaterno. Three ass Wi eate the veranda d the village hotel. ° Thir fet were cm the bulocay railing, their chairs were tilted beek and they vI were fanning theimseles These men wePedgw Barro, County U Judge, Pteama ]iller andOol. Oherkins, arsurd militia odaer, ommo pay. I I"Jýr ýwo atd ski w ah birth 4 fa4hs ha pawd t. '."teag to d fien" mid the Jude., beaft s 1. u . emmmt barntined,"muaedthe w ,Q.ae, literrptien Ii " - , Jlg 1 hd r ead bh ek -ussery to dowan its four leg, and looked ay- b *qylmr *a doloeL The Coaoel re- i turned the look and snapped his angera V eutmeptuously. ...

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 October 1880

THE IIIUm EMU, I' A beommsu Weakldy ewsnpe., r k dO/i rr/tW~rICII " -FalIsd s I, n, aamUw UIIa is ily dvet.hiag INhi mid livel IUur. ki o tamely Mw h Ch a5s. rule. iw "Mme 0"A TOL .w Y. . giinm 1ýol P' R "' tdibUT ia, a WINFIE I)Sr HANCOCK, OF U'33INSLVTANA. lel - is R VCtcE-PmIMDF.XT. is WI. II. GLISH, OF INDIANA. " 1 TIn 47. COI3lIs OF 1M In iU$ITPD STAY'rl. J. FLOYD KING, w ... Of the FIfh CoremimI Ditetiet o , ' b. H. Lanser, epsthcrnrn actblke ftoa ii Cones, we. in, our place or Tuesuly eem I lie aulw paer of Wetlnealmv, u the prnrpwje, 5. he informed a, of .peaklg an Wedworn If ,ly; bua hi plners bhd nat .been peale e was lobes trua the ot, e by ce to hunm they rwere mailued, eand smue npespe le asy gmant derien i Leelm hi, we -eenue,. he did m at su e !. M e eap esed a r in deplar s he saidd he Ind wk father speak t tes... ernamies ha Inrpnual , d/. I earna lc Rin Owe opini. is thrnt. while be ws ,usted r with nwmreey by our peple, be received sam ernseaonme.e frso amy of 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. — 23 October 1880

U.JSIA flATrt TEri N Oft Id slied, d1. ai a %bchb a" Whsy ub.. te M om 1 6 G b o s . at $ I i satuu . D . Ma c = s .m %ft" s -be saw" an d .aimj m 4º we ahmmsiviewbnm . Sal haw Wd~i -a B.,o j lIr ~eb' bymk 1.. bmpe' Tsa. tws' rewii is M b)wwe* t Ihma'gn,.... ph 16 ow asinsu nap aqs - y D"" Mi Js. Pub e..be ta ebrph ' Nam Ara" w Ta YMpu 3~e1 ~i 0. TJ . D .iy p@C f N i n t c i, IreDMs .buss MW.the.~ bis Vwbsk "u ww ba" soii 4.sr the tke 4.1.sr TOWA sewimI smab.dais , as. basu. - sn T~ ' is he orl. Try.' i<.. be a wv si M oem s Bs s e ws n rh4.ewedd~IC. Tqmdhimme.P mr Mp Plebes as teys have b... ..kin. l_~arnw kbLn med -r base ba CWl w of csir doe we mmd .l. be bea weak is =Yin sus M.. Oftw. uarn ised 'a, Rev. !adar Mabs. .M. It . ,s . teth er3B am. s.. - ,~c - asp ~Wrl Keiwis, Geew Miuse. i«"e a mpemlalkiy, raid a edrr d"lqmpedi me 3 a. D. Mrfirtb i G C.I &busts denar l my he te'hd du e. Md. me +t hm "hw ww" AA J. - - " 1.. Is 5p by uean li-am Ua"~ wet M p-w.d .ie-md .4.a p A N...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 23 October 1880

CONrEfSATONI. Tan vices we Eoo ati others laugh at w ~ lE Ta bt inpedi st in eamymstios is truth; the nmt, good sm ; the third, good humor; and the fourth, wit.--Yr W. Teem ', oxs of tba.sst ak in aosmrsatiou M is never to my a thinu which any of the fI companln&WI )!wa M'ldl 4 . Leen a left naid.-Swifl. . As it is the characteriisdgreatwits til to may much in few words, so it is of t small wits to talk much and say nothing. s -RoeAefoselII ..- ., , q.° f. No only to may the right thing inthe v right place, but, far more difficult still, b toleave unsauid thewrogthingat the I tempting moment.-G. A. .SW. ' Nvns hold any one by the button or the hand i order to be heard out;for,if t people an unwlling to hear you, you had better bold your tongue than them. n ,.c_ ·.-... ------u o-rr . w never spek are equally unfit for social virtue--Laraftr; A cools G CfJzattr. Oe diseases, sach as typhoid l@ vet, are sstimes treated by rfrigera tics, or artificial cooling of the patient, a 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. — 30 October 1880

6" L~berta et Natale olum."----- V..OUME I R YVIIE, LOUISIANA SATURAY, OOBER 30, 1880, NUMBER 44. VOLU9ME XHJ. R 1· LYVILLJE. LOUISIANA. SATURD)AY. O('TOBER 30. 1880. NUMUBER 44 Solilf. ar m aar w e himd aInlm W' -n E... . i wiOmr nbimrJ ,lul tý, lM h m row s. r : 3'. • m i swbhmre u bso.isth -orn*f . a .. Van m INS We oan rte ear Mres lmsae, y fir. S halarith t s the nsam a t thoaeU . o e sa t tbho paret to tle ligt , I" aa o nrr as t . , or art thanm ses to o s stst, SBEENTY-FIVE MIESB A4 I a amaailmed A kmlar~l !wr ple is '6Y, dut og tepest peb,. I was 5Erii a re ive th esal mbiup; ell dietio. Every day we beard e w falaes, ad uie s ins a quarter tlhelr esaed lad to to -o t..the ro bad gst - .... -w . wt14 survive the general srash-up; ast aet a id anot taly hes in a thga. deal ease. .Waes we at gown, hegs eaitbatd, add a gret mjay fier matrg ame to diat tho m tha s d La gt we ra-berdYper walers tha was agreebne all round. Ato g other ilbim , ilh mater . dads Lad olad ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 October 1880

THE MUEAA lA MS, I A Wasis.i. Weekly Kew.psper, -Pebisbed is as ssoamw a Ramts wa Rasee, ald liberal diamoam - e Tele Adverdses. I" b wm· -e .u /OR PRESIDENT, I WINFIELD S HANCOCK, OF PERNSTLVANIA. OR VICE-PREIDENT. D WI. H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. STATE AT LARGE: WALTER C. FLOWER, Of Oriea; , T. C. MANNING, Of RepFi. . FIRST DISTRIT : C. A. BUTLER, of Orbms. SECOND DITRICT: .L J. O'BRIEN, at OGrslm.. TUIRD DISTRICT: ALLEN THOXAS. et A-mp-. rOIRrTU DISTRICT : W. I. JACK, et N~Aou-h.. IrRIM DiSTRICT: ORORO H. ELLIS, oft Mroame. SIXTI DISTRICT: L A. CRS0S, of Ease Fel~ s. 1.TI m 47,. CONSRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. J. FLOYD KING, Of ehe FIrr cearomselm Diaries or: o A a It App.- £ I --- £ -ind . Has emwme .ws it ds daessoia do r p-a -n v havowI eunded, sh vsas wI bhave bae massed, th deseiy. hes Repeb lm s hf r h se ibeses vi hay Mbe saed, M ter ahs e Eamee dpes,. mas b saassmed, snd r saabe basdwe, we bhps, l have albsed away oras eo ip1" s; sa , wme a ard . hsep 6a shey al hea bl...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 October 1880

* 4s .* gilt  TipsMd. M wois ges a an fri ee as Jy. Ui. DS iM ý -m Tib CL Rawies MOTlwe wess, Ae s5 W m ane ame sp ien amo a tom, we. =7 gos e 4k l i Mme-i w & po e e Un smummmaemm, - is . R J. M Co 'e m hs emmb a s' m Tearm i pe . ` S ae imww i.e m A w q " i-Bm3.a J. . Cble C.. . ar i bpa elm rc tam sse re whte 4L ft mhme he b sw cUk subs.. 8 ah leafi a tie deb - pe ae J. l Mceu i frese so r Mwe see ai Rdgushis a J. ° 'Wadi petbly be able a lese orw radeO. em"w NX ess a s peelay sarsa p em fua rmpuls, ari J. D. -I-ovC I wiart rale e Iss i 1 rmi, e* t e dMds e aae pm hen m i . lon& &eamenls f lew w dis weel.gs a wt m wss fem e. al d is 5. lMh Theissr wis r. lam, A m , in u uMles mmt. IMtM.it m J amm~s,  lb &, Omb B. mmm sea . mm sewe mm so amemwa h . Its sades L* ti O*** - irs w-at 4 %lm Iiw ease 4}m wee aba a - ees week va uIm - adI wes Im. rese an w s behiel a .w bbs in ess d nmnap mn pm we alsl atis ast inemies M Is A r siL p i   tnbees Ie ss W- i east ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 October 1880

THA TDECEIVING HAMMOCK BY m. qUAD. "I've been a fi,"l, grabea Harper, Ia he untkud a parcel in his front yard 1 itan shook out a now hammock. " Here I've Ieein lpping around all through this idaetil hot spell when I might just as well have been swinging in a ham muo.k, and had my blistered back cooled off byv the breezes." Any one can put up a hammock. All yu'veo got to do is to untie about fI00 knots, unravel about :0i) fuu4ar and wprk over the thing until you ean tell whether the open suie was meant to go up or bdwn. This puzzled Harper for full twenty minutes, but he finally grt it right, and fa4ened the ends to two convenient trees Then he took of his hat and coat, and rollel in with a great sigh of relief. No, hle didn't quite roll in. He. was all ready to, when the hammock walked away from him, and he rolld over on the- gram ad- ame to a sap with a crag" hall cadet the small of his hack. " Did yon meas to do that ? " called a boy, who `Wa looking aver the ence and slowly a...

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 November 1880

6" Libertar et Natale Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6i, ISM). NUMBER 45. -- - --- -- .- _ _. .... | I s SWalt; TUE WIE.3E3W525s LT a. w. SiTTOr. Alne sad e aIm:dneul to se, with never al to es thy r or r drink, nor shae f tre •--, !-ow cruel it menms to the ! Dn aing and heartless the decree: Itfoever, the bhild and thee! -h of wat, and die unl,:eet, W tth te auteous boy preese 4 to thy lrea t een the hand that beds the wayi 'the h.us plenty, far away To WHt of san, all perched and bare, die of houger aud depaelr I angr tnd thin t, and the maddening Moo -i the dyn oy.r, s lilaintle gown Crat HBagr iees she knows not where, rad with uner nd dated with care. cut a ess ,, grown strong In death, Cntrains her beart, while life and hrth T"i nLmws the form of one The hetos form of her darling ason. Oly a bow-sedo could she go Fron sight and sound of Ihahmeel'e woe; There st she down end pryed to die -o rmd end piteoue was the cay I He rfe ed mdp,,,, with saldi...

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 November 1880

THE RICHLAID BEACON, i" A D)·arscrtac Weekly Newspaper, I l --Publishedl at-- j F Alvle ISaCS aT ItshlI Adveltaiug Medium, and Live Paper. TI iates very Reasiailmle, and liberal liscount pre'r to Yearly Advertisers. crp Perie per ammis, S.Ae. pist .. . ....- -- hilm-s T08. . IMAIORIA , - - . Editr. t lis T e ! elkltA Newi. mdia, ( course we eanot give thie olicial re, o'"I tur from any of the State., out we have its it auiciet oews from didferent Slates to show iauti that there has been heavy Repllubliscan lim l thlec in nearly all the Northerrn sd a few (l ti.bm t" fi Southern States. Gariield taud Aullilhr are ll ti almost certainly electei i; fr it is extremely it ia doubtful if Hlarock carried a single l northierml It i. Stlat, though the odlicial count miay pizve the,. aand etrary. tSt.l New Yerk is still doub.ful, as we write, andl un:i if the Deamoeats have lost tihat State liarticid lihel is elected beyond a dout. I bal In this State the DIJem rats have very esat probably ...

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 November 1880

S.OCAL MATTERS. e **cin ead tle lars book. ` i,"k Edge Tonic perveat, a.ria. . Pri at tree fe. r y.dat. J. D 1 'I0 M red r congressman any way, *** V... a,* Tea. .m..e. U,.pep~ia. 1 dm a T WO at $21.0e per bunch , I kle & o. sli. Edge Tonic reosures the aptite hougging as 13 cenits per ye a Se4le& Co. Iol Elcalaw I.e ahst l ayvalle with *sewrtain ner readers. '5blit mluianwpti Mara a *sh is Ke vi C~ure. See Adverti.,,-cat. ,Saet to lesar, talt tiºre is a go.l Sateies in places in this par..I yet. u rg the large # the small, at prices ia ril & the poor at J. . 1Lorkle I i glRev L. C. Kellis, pastor o I Cheih at Rayville ou.night and wm__w. gb ts , .Ges sses ashoe a speciality Upies defying l ampetitun . at J. D. & Co. SCsper resom ends'Kelall's Spavln i the highest teems anl thousaued of Om physiciuas do the same. a who was a good relative a the trelat ef the diseases of horses, should call ine aild reew their seuscription at Ul ily day. a t We wan a few tushels 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. — 6 November 1880

IMew They t~ re Hysms. The following mode of tying hyenas in their dens, an practiced in Afghanistan, is given by Arthur Connolly in his Ofr land Jtoural, in the words of an Afghan chief, the Shirkaree Synd Daud : '" When you have tracked the beast to his den, you take a rope with two slip knots upon it in yor right hand, and, with your left holdng a felt cloak before you, you go boldly but quietly in. The animal does not know the nature of the danger, and therefore retires to the back of , den but yon may always tell where his head is by the glare of his eyes. You keep on moving gradually toward him on your knees, and when you are within distance throw the cloak over his head, cose with him, and take care he does not free himself. The beast is so frightened that he cowers back, and, though he may bite the felt, he can not turn his neck round to hurt you; so you quietly feel for his forelegs, slip the knots over them,.and then, with one strong pull, draw them tight up to the backof...

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 November 1880

6" Iliertas et Natale Solun."' T OLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOll'oMBER 1:3, I,. N I'llIE 1(. 3! YSTEkRY OF FIRES. 5 ta e.an.msss se tles e(ls . any.5 hundred fires yearly remain ?p-.li ea, even after the most pains * nd exhaiative investigation. all the wonderful phenomena m-a istry presents to us," writes Weisaman, "there are few or arv arkal,le than those of mspottan. .loa- buastion of l aies, anuimate and sP l e, which cit flames, and are ale a entirely eonsumed by internal - .*Aln the sulustances subjiect to -P IMI 6ombastion pulverizted char As i ar1e of the moseet remarkalle. " A lid of diarcoal was delivered in an out some efa clergyman in Leipzic, andl Showe lno signs of taking fire until the door by acident was left open, when the ind lew sprinklings of snow on the haoal. The rapid ahsorption of oxygen from the melting meow caused the char coal to ignte, and as the day was windy thewble range of buildings was burned to ashes" In this connection afr.itful 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. — 13 November 1880

THE RICIHLAND BEACOI, A J. .,,.o .,,r.. W .."1! \.` ,.- ,.c r AN l 14*"'.. i Adertzsin Medium, ,~al Live Pa'lr. atte *y..y R. . r ,,,. I Il'**r:ol cl-c,'unt,,t to, o,.;,ca- A. '-** 'l- r Prie pier Alsaunu , `..30. THOB. J. MANHAMY, - - - - - Editor. No.ter Itl h ' oilr l or etn- I titrl llea no cg-o tlowln Bu.he:1.n., I ale. was, d..tryvto lby lire lat eEibthLV ,cojat - - 4* ---- Thlc loe t r , n l.nt..r, Ire, l hll rtl ln lfr St,orP altl, wi- a'e:evle, sia l .,t 0a -wator lte"'.e lit. .Ziah. rTh,. e.rw 1it I;.,' I : (I u,.,oc.o.o..- . -- - .e.. A the.l l.cNct;:. rtlo re.*. ,' l llnI 15 it t I,o,,n crata" I n.-,p,.ot ho,,hred '-, . 31I .'.e ..nng .-+- . Imarn f "'n li., will c.10 i t-. " .puhlr:, nr+. Afr ;. 1L Ze,K- s .t ;14-1 a.".k It o1a .r1,. p." *. avre clour le I I,..,u .'. tollher h"" c ce1to0-n pliete I t lot tho.e h..J.w.ait . lots health - - f"renat o m. it of l aO totral neolotwer .l rot-tere,! ir.",r: of 17, in (at:.oihce.!: onl a. -1ecl v'. ..ly 771 o tc r I',; in...

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 November 1880

SATTERS. 1 s u• n t ".hr" I t , I 1 r. .. x" r v at... , II. ", . \1n r " . . , r,. l. n " ,,. -,,-,r"" .- " ,r ii 1 , r r': - i,,' 1 . -,Ii _1 / ,_ , ' I- n n r , - - , ,rI- t I,, " : ,); " . " , ' , r ,; ftfinAt i , -,. rp.r yarl a "'"'. ". -M ~~o . l,,!.r. I1.. lh1ll 11el., t. l t t Itilt h a o ni.: i.r~l l a ethlrlay i, git was a very T Iiallt erundited entertain.ilnalt. Ir ridl large . the n tll. at priers s: nnltes theiil the poor at J. ). ºl. ( oril,. h" II . A ,. II,, beit stwud treeze ls. t .sanitay arth i I; bl m ice we saw was on tlhe r tl'he rel'~br ' 3lrl, which we forgot to to the wy, she 1t4I aas.G h Mse.- hoe- a spec'ialhv w letlI i gam.* ing uompctition. at J. t, thut t, Mi--  and Iti, itt pal s11Nam a KayellLe. ti edll y r ir sY "li si M of W kley P. .Manrshafm ,l til:: te• aidie, bIt s: was exttl,unsued by what 1 ag 'd e force w tthout raistng an, leg, ll S. |' llmah ,+"rl wamI t a good relative to the treat- as to stadahmeaes ol hiorset, lshtll' cal I lt...

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 November 1880

FARM NOTE 4. fnlta o ToAa.ccco.-Light colears are t desirabl, aild are pradclCedi y nrapid I vilang. In eirilng taaelt e6d1'' avo"r to is it aliv !al,,wly, taking, care, however, t. It it d le-04 11at ~pe ale-Ilirn. 1a VoReits l% hon el.st -To d.str,,v pin- 1 ,rms in hIer.ses. pive nul iinjct, dtj v" It and water two or threes aby'a inl re- o .iii, thaen adminiistiera t a;l consist- I, o ef aitn onnse of alloes an-l one drachmi c:al* l.-a-. ). 11 rild. e ErF'lw anii a)owi.s.-A new waiy lof uri lhilKg haci s that are- c,,ietinead ul a cnall space withlla eliniuldlalcee if exlr- a ". ; r, ' i e. reecellll d' d l y all e(xc'lhanige. A i S i-e. ,f itimeat is sanls.ul'eal lay Ia string, jit ,so high that thle fawls will have toa sake I gesi jupan to, reach it. We .np a Oc other kinals Of f,.nl ighlt lea thuis .l:ued. anlcl no hiaet- wu111l 1leN withoulat Ihe iucentive, to te:k- , the. ee.. - :arv exer i.-,"* ~hile e'atilng her daily fooal. A-Saai:Tusai FrrIT.-G(;reat injury hasi Wa. al...

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 November 1880

She firhiand ________. " Libertas et Natale Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 180. NUMBER 47. un_ mm• . . . . . . . . . .. . A STRANGE EPINODE. *v. wom.n . h *r leri. a Fn.Ce l The health (CiImllissiner's oflice in the City Hall wau to-day th. 1 '-en,. of ain elji.wile of mor,' than ordiil:rvy iltn.r,.t, and one which alm,,.t challnages I eli f. A neaUtl-attir,. Ilady, nlth a weil drawn tightly aer,t-. htar fa,,. eallh 1 at the offic, andl inliaur.dl fir lir. Fr:ti-k. After being infort, ,i that I.-. w a.. a, º,!ri by Mr. .1. J. Fitzwilliam, the chief clerk, she said: " has the aminlane, fr 'an the ft h n:d,, hospital arriv'd vet ". "No, madlamne. it h:tl, ,n .'t. " Well, then. I will  ait f.,r it if yVu will permit me to d :;,." "Certainly, milanam. Walk in this way and bp seated. You will not lava, lng to wait. Were yVol eXsl,,..tiag any friend:?" said Filzwilitam in thi. t','. ant i man~cr of one fearfuld f being thotlht tlquisitive, as the lady to...

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 November 1880

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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 November 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. deatri at nees us Cer yat d at J D sla iL Co. o segr Ciln Edge Tonie cures Dyspepeia. NeW Aow tron Ties at -" 60 per I uich J L. .M1 rkle & ('o. Ite' Gilt Ed"e, o e retores the apect;' Phaizx BaltKqtn at 1J cents pe yarl a D. MaCwkle & C,. e te big posters of Cop, r &r J, I..n:i. Sa•dsta noenagerse; isids t., b.e the Lig es:t ang an whiels. lo5laing for the Ilrge 4r tIhe am1. at p"I ,k "s tha ricrh the p oe at J. U) 1C Co k e The rville Southlne of uir m- at vaoi. d Ste xchanges, has entered u.I pn its lill plum., withl the prutaaee of a long attl "o pesous career. Ladlies, Gents 1 sees ss. a "lpr-i c ti. y ad at prices defying comnpel'tiion at J. 11 le & Co. Be not deceived, lKe:,,lalls SSpvi C:r-' m a psitive curs when pr0.p.rly I0 r, -r,.e.f. fith. Read Adv't In another co:L,.a:. Thos who have [lever scrl ,n' of ie i aimals that Lelotng to tihe men,; .*.e ' , ,p.. fr & Jackson, should nut fail to v:,it t!t.r deow neat .Monday. Thmoe who Wa...

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 November 1880

FARE MOTE. one trasil Yor can't get a cistern full of water A -al without having eaves-troughs and eon ductors clean. of f Bzars endure little frost, turnips i-two prove with a little, carrots stand a good two deal of it and parsnips, salsafy and f p artichokes may be left out all winter piec with advantage. frv "WHEN shall I spread manure?"' S0o mo soon as you get it. From the time the oge manure i dropped until it is spread un nt on the land there is a continued loss at by evaporation, decomposition and wash- chop ing. S Naw mown hay is not, as some allege, toes an irritant of the digestive organs; where cut it prsluces irritation it 1i simply the and tcornsequence of allowing animals to eat cigl too much of the ordoriferous, appetizing one forage, and not drinking sufficiently, ono brings on indigestion. spic ExeznaRNcE teaches that stock enter- mru ing into winter quarters in good cndi- sug tion can he kept without difficulty; while cg um animal beginning the winter in poor ndn...

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