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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 January 1881

" Libertas et Na tale Wiolum." VOLUME XIII RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1881. NUMBER 5.  m m ln| • • nnum nu n muno I ! unronu | unt mu n nnmn n mnn nn mumnnu n | mmnn nu m m • • numms m _ Perfume I. Bedreams. The use of perfumes in bedrooms odten covers up disagreeable odors, and noxious matter is allowed to accumulate because its offensiveness is not noticed. Such matter is always contained in exhalations frnem the lungs and skin, even of persons who are both healthy and clean. We do not refer to the carbonic acid, which is thrown in large quantities from the hIngs, and in much less quantity from the skin. This is not really poison ons, lbut there are other ingredients which are, though their nature is not fully known. They are not gases, but s 'lid particles. They are readily ab,sorlbed by water, damp walls, and moist plaper, and lene trate wool and feathers. They soon be coame foetid. Many forms of filth are speedily de stroyed by the oxygen of the air, which chan...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 January 1881

T l htLdLA tO BEACOI, - JP.ddl,- "P. ,A- Ra yvilk,. I.eLsalama r. ,itor :c - Medium. and Live Fsper. v"-e.. ry 1 : ..t n,!e, sedJ ,tteral di-count t, Ystrl nadvertifere. Pake per AmmmSgi$S.$ . TO.O& S. IJGEAM, - - * - ]Titor. Mem radical statistician has figured nout that for every dollar expended for postal service in the States that voted br Garfield, the government receivfes one d.)llr and eight esnts, while in the States that voted for Hancock, tie! government receives only sixty-eight neat for each dollar expended ou. the postal service. This, we suppose, is ;roof positive of the superior intelli. pScee, godliness, and personal worth of the people who voted for Garfield eve the Ignaorant and wicked creat ures who voted for ten. lanscock. Vieksburg Coemerrcial. It seans what Republicans gener. ally claim; that those who pay the t'overament most for its services, whether in the majority or the minori. ty, bshould have the exelusive privilege of condeeting its affairs. But...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 January 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Reed a Gala Edge l Tor..m curei Dys.pepa. 1 iae lrace of the htIcoI aud Detro.t Fas s -'.t63 colabiaed . $d 35. tL The Esaco. aend Godfy's or Peteruais Sc Lady'. tNoks $S.e5 a year. Ut. S. "WImE OF CAAtUM" for Ilesdimr . F' a.aie lby Ur . a eotat. Rarvi~le, Ian. F;rewosl is in gre.t ,:ernaal abot lay' -ille, atil s at s tes for a good price, it cern t( t-, that there is Olorey in its sale I: aougt the roadl are bed We nat:e a gal espur~saaua of coammetciat tra lera (there ar9 n. dru.tmer a,y more) ,. sbnlut Rayrelle this woesk who represent bi arious whroleate etablarbmeotsa th Besides our leadl fr, we anti:e thie f."!ow- rh i:1g i orneyrs o saeeo.nce at the preao.lt b Fenrm of tboe Carin rt (r.: Me-srr s. Rebert kchardxna, A. A. Guby, W. N. P::-. J. G. Hawk, and Tasern dulesm. j" Re 'si Gait Edge T,onic prevent- StMarm. l Do ye want a new par',,r ga ? If yo, at do cal at this  utlre mtl buy one cheap ti rf , ." ..,, aT drills .h I ur Sa r bb L U. K. Petit, Ray...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 January 1881

FARM NOTE%. OTrEV.L rein Hllous..--One of the best tlings in the wored to give a horse, after he has been driven, is a quart of ,eatie.al stirred in a pail of uater. It r.'frel.es al strengthen.s Lhinm. relieves his immeldiate thirst, and prepares his stomaceh for cmore s,,lil fsdel. So says J,seph Harris, after twenty y.ars' trial of it. Mni. IIEr.c remarks in the New York 7;i,,ie, that if one wisihesr to cultivate his farm like a market gardel,t it may pay to plow ill the cetrsle mai:linre anld ia'row in the tlie. Iut n a ruI, hi, ww ould reeomt, end the ap]elicatio tl of the ma nure tbo the sml'fa'ce of the. soil. Thi' is nature's me-theal, alnd is the mu,:t : ec cessful for commen practice. ('towlctee Fowr..-Pl'oultry require phlnty of houe room, forerowrdil.g thm cen their rootets, or having illy built, dli hqlihlated or damp houses is e(eodlucive to, disease. If, on acllltt ofl Irtcihlg mnore thaeti onle variety, e'atleshas yoV haive liel ited ground, ,or becauce you, hav...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 February 1881

" Libertas et Natale Sliolunii." OLUM I RAYVILLE LOUISIANA. S RDAY. F5 181. UMBE VOLUMEXIII RAYVILLE. LOUISIA.NA. SATU.RDAY. F:.LBRIU " ISsl. jNSUMBER (. .........~11 • mm i m m m m m n N m mm m ... . Oyster Drednlaw. Consumers of the lu.*iou.s bivalve hare. little idea of the lhrdsi:il.. ihi 'h aft :1l the l:dlr of takin:g U' s - trm tbh'-r cnsy beds. It would scela tlhat t:atkt:4 lonel consielatiD.t with anuthr,. tl. dredger ' life in not a happy ,n.. A Bal timore paper gives the fciLlowig glimpn e of the 1 ucanesq: There is no occ'epation in the w, rli more laborious or irlun.tive of pai: than ovster dretdlgin.. The bri;wiislh waters cE the ('healtmke freez,, raplilly over all lhoal. acd lhays when ta ed. sXup coceai. The t. ily it the dredg, r then ewtme tortures. The meths~l of takin g oysters from the prolific and hru itleis b oleds the C'Lwcctu eke i riniml,-. The th'cdg, ., whic.h are auil,ly iron hagSeithi a protecting underecuoop at t.'hed, ,are, dredged acrss the o...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 February 1881

THE AICLUID IEACBI, A brmeiratue Wet' hay wpiew , -P.blhead st HIvrUe, la r trr [ .a ashamaav Advrtasisg Ideam,aI L., lpr. Raw. wry eelm.us.., Sa IaIsme dimI"ii i Teardy AdMd.flhru -P --t ---- • -- 'slue per As em hes#$ o . Ya-Ia--4 . ..:..raseiui mA a.soss s a et I. east Car. soll to build a railroad from Lab.I Pro.vdea, to the Bayo Maes hi a is West Carredh E. J Omras was Uiled by J. L. Seb der less seurda y at Gbola aMdia; ai aboatl bale h eiatsa. They was bomb preamisat mershameae A Sea, origimisg is a shee .eery, is Philadelphia as Tuesday moraiag, dealroyed IN6 worth r plroperty Several bhed bad., measy wo Th I ves buildig smemplad by rear lst Wdoeaisuy mmiss from the eapfp, sad be or be , t romt later basme the i. ws mesns have heoeshay eme. That blak is a dgeom em It wmr ire gets lev s ly srtesad is ilrt. uwu Clsries. eIs Mi dayt daester of Ai. teal. Gebliet, a weasby Gienea sieat ad tok bmpi is the bor et Auge t lepp w . w e, wed her; was shady. sad leesb spas. Ilipp do...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 February 1881

LMUL UTTU. Resd's BaS. Temis eo lppopm Thehr bast a.l .o.m '" The pised e al des mm Des l las * Paiem coba.esd i" 3.. I .. TErSi to a ie .sae s awdinsa. be a e Ia The baac med Sedeysr o PVrses a Leadp b 0 3 sSa yer. M. As iesi Km. of atar e oo b m. SaiEma oReeds Gai idp Teams asr es es .peuite. Ensa s beesn eamssade sham mawd i nevs a s.gham & "Die'. I.J. Got Edge Teais peesas Urluia. Vr sats by Dr. D. Petit, rwilde, La. Them titl e eeds" lpr s ebe a ci4. Fr alste by aghasba ! Davis. Iu y. wes a new parelr espg If M e. de cnll I this eemdh bry m Ahmp. I. If r'e s ~oo p Meaamw A Dario end gt, "Amna dbo Woed" e. G.m Gnue esis. Wo hu esr o pes useki, g ir p pemams is de w sesy em ys era p ,sem.ty Wedy be them. Thesmew ei o Meaphm Dabi b w ite vale c pe'asu'r oak, al we gam.ne thL they ill sealie a hamda pea s hbeir hbal see d that stie. Fr ale RbyD D. . euut, syile, a. Tb. SUomi4ados hums epsde'nds, med am pepelptes bha ietnvd his meaisl a Aleseadis, wdi wl eat a peps th...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 February 1881

FARM NOTES. Cr"TIwIir. -'"'his variety of ra:pberry hasI d~oe so wt11 with Iw tihut I think it werth of ge.neral culrtivation. It is tfl', l1 1st vigermus plnit of anyr rel r~,!p'trr? I li\'e ev c r ienltvattl." ..-j. I' , ,. TI uSI%I. ONION SCEE. -- "TO rlaioe 5vi1l I hel.et some of the. smalll...t l,enlls ,f the spri'ng aeup sal set them eut tither in )tI htar r or .Ian:ary il rich, w "ll.w sil. In the s 1.risg I 1:, .p thelrm free. from v:e,.dl anll draw th- earlth up, alutt thl.u to keeup th..m, to. t. hI April thliy Igin to tlrow uip the r . ,,,, tuli; Th, eve-d ripc n. i, .uly."-.4 .1. 1.'o,. r/, . ,r. 1, 1IFA i)DV1I 'IA I Yrti1(oRns..--"' )Iplante a little of this' varity M:ay 17, et, grain in a hill, two feet apart in row on new urul(d, ri.ch, .,unly luau). Greatest IIIIIAner of ears proulne. . In 0.l' 1:s 'rain, II; gr,.iutet nluudwr ,of IL r:1il . r.r l:',eI fo'(i one grl':iln. 3,7; :, .,ra.i, . 15151.).r" "1 ear,. p, r stalk, :3 . t.:,tllty ,f 'i. rn Iot al,)ve ntedii...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 February 1881

" Libertas et Natale Solum." VOLUMEXI[I RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1?, 1881. NUMBER 7. emltld itates Laws Regarding Drl. In 1817 the UnLdted State h!al a ani frna di d t4 nmelt the nfuiges of Eu r) 1"Nll elul.rts, or. tlm rec ,inl(.i.fldatin Stle mini.tie to .blle.t in the year 1817, il *hlicih the s'aikMi titates 'Minister.' c<mtum,"a we~IRe AN as follows: A Miblue coat. lined with wehito silk. straight standling cape embroidered with gold, singhle-,reasted., straight or round hut t'rn-hol.s, scigltly emnroidereli. Buttons plain, or if they eau be had, witl, the "rtillerist',s eagl :tanlped up'e them, I. an., an egle rtling, with a wreath in his 1onllth, i'raspng liLhtnitlg In one of its talons. Clffsi etmlir,,il.r.nd in the man lnr of th npe., white easincre, ,'reellees golot kmne'-lnekhcs, white' silk et'hekingi Wuld gold or gilt sias.-l,itckles. A thr-l,.,,ori,.re,l eha..ean 1,17as, ,,t VA) largo a. thlse used In the' FIr.nch, nor so snial as those u cseul 1ev...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 February 1881

THE RICHLAND BEACON, A V).*"rus m c Wteekly ewsptaper, -Publi-hed at- Raywalle, INlsidiaam s Advertising Medium, and Live Paper. It a t. - v e r y | .;i . ,r th,,i . , rn t o bl , r : I d( i, n .o n t to Y. .rly Adverti.r- . Prire per Amaum, 4-lSO.5 T08. J. MANOHAM, - - . - - Editor. SAMUEL J. IAN.DALL. Of course it was to Ihe expected that Mr Samuel J. Randall would oppose the Ends ship railway. lie has never yet failed to oplose anything which pointed, ever so indirectly, to the beu elit of the Southwest, and it was not likely be would make an exception in favor of the 'Tehuantepec project. Our special dispatches from Washing tou disclose the faetthat Rand:ill is workinwo in this case as be did in that of the Braziliaan mal subsidy--usiang his influence, his patrounage, his talent for combination and ronspiracy, and using them lavishly sgaini;t the Te huattepec railway scheme. Hils in bred hostility to everybhing promising. to favor or promote the interests of this section is reve...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 February 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Reed s Glt Edge Tour Btrre Dyspepsia. The price or the Beacos ant Detrot Farg Pars oomtabed is $I..35. tf. Rees Galt Edre ',ami. p'rvenlt Malaria. "WlIE OF CAROIUI" ce irregular, paInful, er d Uol anaitiation. For sale by lr IIr I. 1'.It. laviille, La. The Blaces and G.ntehy" or Peter",i - lady's Buonks $3 r4'f a year. u. (Oue fare rauid tri+ o,'Let. wi tie ,u1 ftr.m Rayvre to New (erlea ra. iduranri M.ard ; Gras. The faimly uf Mr. W It. B(ar i arr..! last week from Eal)urado. Arkarnsas. arn. !.. : niw nnliert*lt again in o. [:,;r :t.-, a"ter an slasnce of a little l,.re lstir, a )r. We hearcd. a gox d mran, fltal ,'a-es Cf blitd staggers atrnorn mute., andl hirses re rently. Get o:reol our Horse L?.etr lbon.- a:i.: keep it handy, so you can crladt it a i.rn your horse gets ,rk. "LACK-OAUGHT" cure costive p ass -e - l eadice. For sale by Dr. D. I l'etti. Rayville, La. People commenced gardening last weea. but the heavy rains of thi, week ha3e put a sIp Ito thei...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 February 1881

FARN NOTES. g - -a EanlTer dairymen say that high grade 1 shorthorn eos whem dried off fatten to more rrddly with less food secording to e their size than eny other dairy bredl. a and their beef is of sualrior quality, ft bringing a top price in the market. al THnR is no lt tter soil in the world for 1: potatoes than solid award land. We filld I trom our aerienee that the best seed is ,n cut down to two eyes, thus producing ti few vines, Iut large vegetables. Our - s; tatoes, I.re sad Hebron, from such cut- It tings, were very large, this year. They I tl were, however, very crookeld. This, per- y haps, was causeld by the uneven distrilu- al tion of the manure. t WVr ecorn is planted in drills, the sa drills sho,uld run north and south, it is reasonably said. Tn this case the east- ti ern part of the corn receives the mern- d ing sun, the western the afternoon sun. al Were the rows to run east and west, the i north side of the rows would receive sun- I shine only at midday. To what ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 February 1881

RI~f 1 IF11 li. ON SUP PL MEN. Sv, ..; Parl'h of Rir:lsaan.l. B i. riti y Vetdl in me bly la 'wi th p.eest in rsel at pasablir auction, ait thie Cutatt Msra auire of Ibis j'arus.t, w ilth in bl-'l esi. bone, IMe :Sofaru ey, the 5M rlay .r, sitK: A.1,, ISlil, .rwer.mwice writh Scraasan 1, r4 Art No. I"!" tff ia (.qr.atal A$ sermaly of this Staie, St..% sins i.r 1!t~Ju. the Giakris tbftbsrl lai as.rrw ti*eitl mutt a old ol r ktitlrainqaaat tate'. aln uut rrdrrmMI. so·(*)1 : Auieqema. aet F. ase-14C aurrC 0of, Larot--S E4 Sec. f., T 1i N, a !- F. Bow man S $-.!w o ~on- off lams. W } . 1F.*.Swj-cc 2; S. I ad F: ao~ ~. tetr-i.1; E I4 anedS w wi' H wrt4 't :. u 3 st ?.5;N; N }ot N w 4 se' :I. T 1' N. It F.": N .r" N w tc i 12 i N. V:. F. Mountar, Ma~rt. S r-l5(rv sere. land-311 art' Jan Mansel Grant in cc. 7q, atad ;';. Lot ft. we 35 T IS hi, Iii L.l I lll( . 3 f w4f Brrtsn k J~,hnrsoe-914' arcsre land-w 4 cf face. T I7NK t'F.;ll;cS a 5,TI N. b4rrq. T S. F. trloe-l.,e ac res Iw.l---w 1o w...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 February 1881

TI CIIE's TIutE IS Till F'LACi: 10( BUY YOUR Dry 'Goods, Family Groceries PLANTATIO SUPPLIES. Iii crrnch ood·ait in part of a Varietey o Ge:t's Beady Made Clothing' AR'I FURNISHING COODS, n6w4., me"sa ndI It~im'y, UIDERWgAIt AND LI NE , HiICKgORY STRIPE'S. AND lM,:%I.cI, Widn` Dross goods, Perfumery And Toilet Articles; * .11.u:1) R1, CUTLERf), ,'i Queeusaisre, Crtiekerv, W o,,41l anid Ti!ia;re'; BACON. LARIl. * FLCUR, C('lh JMFAL., a * GRITS, RiC E. N'..%R, i and in fart, *verrai!aaae ti ,ia! kept? in a fir-i. cit-. cl a miutr) ".re ; Mo it fun 'a. I .'pt 1 .: i i, Want n-k f'l it Rafr'lit". La, Ml ay 1a3Il i I'c'c -:cnn ~URPLIEVCO. !' -Man.+::a;, urtlrr td anid Icaler ii-- w SASH. DOORS, BLINDS, AND MOUOLDINGS, 1'' Vicksburg, : : Nlisissippi *I'naca will enrnpete with St. Laind - :New cit Oracans. (k'""r lIv Mail,. n:,tt, nr iother- Sp wipe. prmnnptly a'tcnl'-d tn. in. lor OPPOflE Tt Pus? (oP'rai, on CLAY tat , March"N % 1.I~ Hat. LIKUSER, C" G. WRIGHT, Business rP·YCen, I ( ", IM...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 February 1881

" Libertas et Natale $olum." ---RAYVIL-LE, LOU-ISIAN--A, SATU*-RDAY. 'A \ 19------. 1881 -. N --BER Not muay French cards were ever sld n the Amerian julke m a eonhpratively Wpee ing,ý ui. th*se masufactures wereez y lne--alinen eard, thin, trong and delie, and nice to)a.lle. The ureardsn were h-uy. tIn iseteee as the beauty of their fin edgeometrical de signs for their backs bing ornamented with fine colors and gildidg to an extent never attempted with the American article. This elegance of onasmnW toa seems to have always bee a secialty with the English makerd, and alone," or in con nection with the heavy duties, aplpears to warrant the price asked for them-about double that of American cards, the latter being even a better article. But, as has been hinted, of late years great progress has been made in the manufacture of playing carls in this country, until at ireseat no better goods can be found in any market than are of forded by Uniied States makes. Th. modern, round-cornered c...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 February 1881

THE RICHIUID EACO, A sucJ.ntm Weekly Newspaper, -Pmbliibmd a- Sa rvale, tle.Itm? ALdvertuig eis, and Live pnpaper. krtel very r aLsonabie. and liberal decomt to Yearly Advertisers Priue pege Ammom, MSm3. tBOL. J. MAIIOEA, - . - - Eiter. The SNethwaters Irmmiratlsm Ceompsay. At the risk of being acecsed of pro lixity and of bing a meeomaaiaie oa the subject of imigraFtion, we ve. tore o inform our readers of th exz istee of the hebove amed orgasulsa tioo and of its object, and to urg.e the to cooperate wit it its laud. able purposes, especially a we have anver heretfore, we belee, even a meetioned the existemc of such a company. But we may u well lkI fore our reader, right here that we are going to bep this stoject of i. migration before them sl thMey at least show moe evidemo d hving realised some idea of its vast lper. teamsto or eeatry. Be it t is of the Southra lemigration Company that we ow prepose to speak. This emplmy b for its object the ioegtrauee of a movemeat that will bri...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 February 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. I .d'. Giht Rdp Twit earsm lypepis. A b e Iseuss, ir i s Msnaghm aad Davis.' VFr wei by Dr. D. . ai rill, La. sed poeusoes a th way nad will be or wie by Neagham asd Davis.' The proi .r the kacem sad DewEai Fuas Pawss hewead is 3.3;. The ashes. ead Gedeyr or Peersnm's SLadyb tek S a yea. a. A well sumeed uchk of Geuts Fsruishag sw eeasissi of besiry. shirts hec, kr sale * Kesham and DDw." Nertwl vy mey we su le meurday nd I lSdar Ibsed as ther the wthee was vry eeld, aid mew we sepeat the news to oar adseems. eeht wehik is worthy of mess; and th is the the psepenty S very few segular palsln esmuisiMs tm their perish paper is wiI edIersi, l rr as hl masse "MlC'6Ua_" ears easeuis. FeIw e by Dr. D. . Peak, Isayile, La. Ciampaih a r d hoes wh were up la m esasi'-es se eter i the political tesl aw jai hmade ead amc ma Ie rug. sais fora a bel of endU's Spevias Care. ee adits. Mr W. W. Davis peesas us with a Crra * e des as ised ewa ms we have smoked is a as egime, h lae...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 February 1881

Parler Magle. Borrow a Pananm hat, the more ex- At pensive ths li :!t.r, :nd holdd it up so hist< that your audience osi sea that it dos ga not contain either a savings bank or an pri white whale. You then prcure an ordi- It nary kcrosene lanmp, remlove the shade tury and light the wick. You are now ready. 'Pass tUh hat ie.s r aztimes ver e light, or until it is a complete blase; then quickly placing the hat in a box, into Brit which you have previonsly epolited t two pounds (of oommon gunpower--t "ru hat and box will instantly disappear. hibi Thli trick never fails to astoish. sine A very amusing, although exciting dals trick, is to cause a persn in the audience P to start from his seat without the aid of of machierv, beat pius, or the placing of "be hlandU. this feat requires a little lre- a paration during the day, as will be seen. chu Y1ou oljn a btook :rad lpretend to r;.ad as war if from its contents, and immeºiately a and young lady in the audience nill start to- pies war...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 March 1881

_ _ _ _ -  . , Lbertas et NSatale Solum." .., .. " . . " . VQLUME, Xi1,. . RATVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MIARt f5, I1 9' º-UM1BER 10. p*aza ýpVa as." The east'pb s 'O` Chak your hat," which is current in many parts of tthe Vnie i 9lshad itargle it9 4 i 1ltsk1 W at the 'rds. "Admiral" UResido was an owner of various stage oenaches in the days hsfor railroads. He spent mntch-ol is time in Wshn , , indeed, he lived for aevere 4 e M 1he spamal ed. journme* dC i 11 bs weal pass his friends of the House and enate--he was well acquainted with all the promi nent politicians of his era-over any stage line he controlled. He would say I to an Ohioan or Kentuckian : "I sup pose you're going back to Cincinnati or Louisville, and I'll pass you through by stage." When he was asked: "How?" I he would reply : "Oive me your hat" He would take the haint, make a eabis tic chalk mark on it impossible to coun terfeit, and return it with the remark, 4 "That will serve your turn; my'agenta will recognize...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 March 1881

THE RICHLA UD BEAS8, ene -amen **g `ee t .. r wn iT ****6 * - lerd TIS09. . ,rAdSHer. ir ti iler. tIe 1 es levI. 010 Tere wsm a sogap robbery betwee Alexadria m.d, eod muse disg, Pr see per pimeit aeJ 0 e.rafter, the liquor leak wil* be Tallo Twedlp is rtwarids ti orle a - -"..0..------- Thero wds g eisa robery baew t Alessodris sod ed W a lea bdell mh re~hose h fo as Theegkaer, the ied"r trok will tbe sllowfd in oty two wardts e te . Ie PMr. t m! rr ig for aold oshf. whi*b. was sulen the igb' iuoIsre. ut *' t thief, sieg!r, seeped.--,s'Fi di - The pespl g! Wmimmbeaosgb h e at euaeribed ailue 4Id br a ebrt beI. - TD.e S urg the ladies to aere thite ears Msar to defray the apes. Fe d fPeaiml the Casebetery. Mr. Prth AIrkrgs, •a MMeit I 9 thnlithtWear.es gsood eame atd t" Febi. died very sederely leis rit day might, d stake sweadi Hen. lees s wi' sad several ebhdiem.- - bar7tr7 Codton I IL Dr. aT. P. hBmerdmos isd NiNA as Snse 4. eItWealu, mlbor.a , dtle rItor se married t the Cetr...

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