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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 9 April 1881

''L Jil)ebrtp. et Nzataml Bilk." ý'1O1Il..i~ III, fl*AYyj[LLE LOUISIANA, SATLIR)A1' AfP1. 11, 9II, \I'11R 0I7.. A a.vlilr." LIn.Pe Ar 4LTlrNA va. B1 SPY. HE.1t r MIatI.ST. 'i nh f,' n.at, halth firr the { 't, menn otfl A 1i th*r wan ,r 1. n*.ir t ,mln .I ul, h. r atir rnrrrhe * f i' r*n Anrwlne- I aba . lnter dr1ti .t tthl ?bie os " I' . ' ""d n.y t:n.. I'e !.fought ary bhtS ' I re y 1 *hereof wrh.f ; F' tri.  rl r r 1. . was u.er a knight I. 'l a ir .rr:er ;:fe than t. e. " "1 , I, .ite flet, to r.tiru no morn ,1 r. :! d rt "r a trIee, I :* , I a ,l o-free. that lure me of ymre I. the Irroer-.t t;i: ber for i.e. . A.i . . ; t.. nh,,w h:rthr, and Idn.bohp, and pete 11 a V 4t*t air hawk .n 1:e; I! 'I. v ,, *7 . .k " '.- ,, . ,,t..r o,:t of b s fast I:. t ..t LIke t,, hmi wr t ar. i fly. " ý. ...u1: , u.i pt nsi, n; t war-h)roe, Ar, rlla I · Li r orld , to the d,,r; Pt. ?v.t take t'. t..gt Mnll, ha leap jorf~g 4m D*"-r nar t.. .k hInforn. T'i,; atl tI t hi,n rup in war! he abi...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 9 April 1881

THE RCH Li EEAC3, I Ri) villie. I.ouiii;ltna; "A;v-rt:"!:n. r .I ; = t L ."- P" . I'ric, pt'r .aunuais:t, '2..o0. '. 'JdO0.J. !t-.'AM., - - . - - L,, r PIro:&.tlion oTl C':I'hale Iloh or. The Stre iort :a'wlar,.- tl.i,:k , that the ij.ry tL,.t nrti :.t a v, r, L of guilty of no' t-!a;oIl,.r 'Lint tlit T('l; ::,:c, Ibrt) li. . `...r flit- l,;ii;i.::g f ", .lix in N tw ha,,llns, last\ Au.!-j- , -was Stupid 1,e ':taut a roce %%:I it, lhbo:;ug, 1ix mav ht'vo i' ,rvted sevcrr c:t.-ntscnitt yr dta'h, if vu t -ill, at the La'td - of the h , ,:lroth rs, for his repeated ::tld lir ..-httilt atemp',,' .. to sed,,uce heir .-is't ; t:r ihe- ;iry, :., we undi,.r-tats tLh, l.,w 11d its dark., I;ad no alteraative but to rttiuI a tvt i diet uf ci:i., r n.lurtcr or nan:laughtli r or per:.': tt n,-t lvt .. T'hcte is no law jt,- i'i,;g thie taking of the life of a a;au fur Itis hentiotas crime, an: jou rorn are sworn to return a verdict ac cording to tlo law and evidenice, and trot accotding to...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 9 April 1881

S '.. l\ - ". i. '-! t ,- 'i. .y "WINE OF CARDUI"' ur u ir'egu!ar, I : . , .r ,r hl't'ilt m.wna-tr:1', .n. S.. r it i. I".. i, . .I r ' I 1..-!, 1 .-' t" , '" ,. "1 , , K! t:.i- t;.. r.. ls , r , .e . .- ' -. . I. rt . ht . I.f . ' , 1 t f ..: . . t- " . , Iri'- .. i. "o BLACK-DR-AIh HT " b a. rC . f. tr iii, ., adrik "WINE OF CARDUI.d.. IJ. Iiai .-. Ir -fi.. .i\" . . d " - *. -. . ,: | ll:0 "'a , iti t. 1 ' I " 1 . . . : , a . . c.h' , "' .- it t 1 -. It S - ', e . , vt r ..": r "' i ' '.fN 1 l o' i t u tice.' s t. o t .I, P • . %V, . ori ( r.' ,e.r ?.,i t,. -ti; - t1,,1t tile ,,,,e .,. la L* , ot !,"i , i""n I . ii i.t i ri i ft ft"tk d r I l otl . ',.. , t le t !ln " It r '1:1 1 ':,1 . t, r t dc 'I tIs *iti 't i tf o pfti f t'fr, , t"i t. P I1p: , o l. Thur-day i e: tft il it-l i -t . r tiu.. . afetit of the i.1 :,t , '.:-. l e l,." 1. ft.. bil t . f.l t I tlt w ll h e el ft . t 1 t l rl ti" ft., tI 1.. l "I,,t wI e ar se -- i -i . I No head-afche for lbak-ache fror lai lil. i D...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 9 April 1881

FARM ANID HOME. Ferm elrta"S. ft WrEnPS.--Pennsylvania farmers are n fond of using lime on grass lands lie- a cause they claim that the woods are not it ,,nly killed but the grass grows better. N (Qr"lrres.-The quince is considered I adapted to moist muck and clay land, 1 yet we have seen excellent rol on a light, sandy soil. Would transplant in spring and at present plant only the a] Orange variety. A few more years' ex- of iperieuee may prove that some of if thi newer varietie--Bea's Mammoth, rt ('lhanlion, or some other--are more pro- re dlctive and consequently more profit- n alth.- -Amrrican Rural Ilonme. ft CARS o, SHrEP.-It is necessary, T where sheep take much dry food in win- 1n te.r, that they should have water to keep I them healthy, and there are farmers who Ielieve that the sheep are not the b lhet judges for themselves when they do b; not take kindly to water, and that the a mere dry ftnl breeds disease. Farmers , who wish toconipel their sheep to drink i, are used 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. — 23 April 1881

" Liberta. et Natale Solum." VOLUME XIII, RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA SATURDAY APRIL , , l _8. NUMBE-- -- I. OW AUlERtlgWla "TiL ant ea mtb to enmemi anreess," a l ea ianderstaa, And buaineas mea nat rack their braalt How to immus their male and gata Of aln the plneawhkiet mae devise Nnle equals tbisa-d advearwe In enmpetitnion' ardaen rame De)t thou desire a foremnet placet loe high amubitti Are thy anou, Men's adnda and pockets to control t Then lsti-a o this counael wie, And largely4tresgly..--adverte. nouldet thee beholM the people lock To see the well-selected stock, Ald, temipted by the bright dispay, Delighted by-end gladly pay ? This pleasaat fight shall miet thine eyes If thou wilt simply-advertie. Put forward thine undnulld claim, Let -acryr ho-lLnld know thy nalnM. TIh.. Ipeole shall accept thy bill A. L hoanr it with right good wilL nacrca gie to who tries, Andl treeas again-.so adertla. lang out thy manners on each wall, Let thrmn he neither few nor small, Ito that the peop...

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 April 1881

E owaD sEAcm, I A Dru asiuu.c i4.ey Nwspaper. I --Paiwed S t Wairriie, Limhemia; 'Advert sing Iediza, sad Liv e apFer. hats terj Iteabataile, a1d Itdee.t dacew ia Yeirty Jntiser:. hIe per im Aum, *2..W 'B58.J. XAJ* HAX, - -* - - Editor. The Aleaudria Central Express is our sethority for statiug that a pen. tlems has "laid" an egg on its cdi tor's table, which weighed 11 oz. -----0e., Thos. DeJarneue, who was once convioted for the murder of his sister, at Danville, Va., bas been acquitted on the grounds of emetioal insacity. Lord kaeonfield, after a protracted illses, died last Tuesday morning. Thus England has lost one of bei smost active and prominent statennteu. Mrs. Nutt, an inesae woman, of Claiborne county, Ark, drowned her five children in a well last Saturday. The eldest was 12 and youngest one year old. A block of the principal business i0ouses in Meridian, Mik,., was de stroyed by fire last Monday night. Supposed to have been the work of an inceediary. Lose 1$250,00O; insu...

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 April 1881

LOCAL UAl TER& tIe gmats ee t eryrb wr RPas is needed badly. The water is sta: high. I$ hapdlFl and cheerfl. tU- the mast -gid feconomy. The weather s very warm. ea yar ceildrem to scbhool. D1A ya plhet plenty of corn ? Casebag will ant bring the rass. A contented mind has real wea:th. Tere basvelemsoe is never boastful. Lvetybody has been washlwg fur rain. No1aiit, erlept ba:khberraes, t.is )ear. )o mue atDare to dsmreputable to arity Reed's Gait Edge Tenao cures Dyipepa. Kl.rp your character free from repruoch. I:vrybody was wiibmg for re.n thls wek Reed's Gait Edge Tonr. restrres the anlpeiate "M OF CAADUI" care. irregular, tia o S  -m enatrustion. For sale by i)r. D IL Pet, Ray;:!le. La. et fe the court house tax net Weiata day. ReveIge is said to toe -+ce, but we t!.,lL vt a very bitter. You have no rtime to hbe i':n*; fr: a n:., - to your brother's eye. There we live Saturdd), , but ai'y) :.ur :.undays. is this nmonth. The little chaldren of Raynvdilo are -,i' w resth...

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 April 1881

PARMK A"D NOS OUaoaRD.-Plow rchards only whena in a dormant state. Thebeat time is fall, or, if it must be doSe in spring, let t it be very early before the buds begin to expand. (Oasns Sonm-Thi is frequently not made rich enough. Long sland mar ket gardeners apply fity tomn and up ward o stable manure to each acre. Unless well rooted it will give a rank and unpleiasat taste to the egetables raised. Comrmetl ertiltises are ai able because they contain no seeds. A ton is not too much to be pplied to a acre. Exomses Fonoame.-Thelceingsyas tem practiced by some stak-growea is exceedingly injurious to týa bede thus produced. Depriving an animal of e-I crcise and feeding it solely an fiatak ing food will gve as a result a desirable I quantity of bee but iwill be of an in- I ferior quality. Meat thus obtained is I of a dark eoloa, sbowing a deAfiaio d oxgen in the system. nr or Fowr--Fowls that are I kept on full feed, with frequent changes of diet, will pass over the annual molt with lit...

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 April 1881

"cLibertaN et Natale SolIUm.", VOLUME XIII, RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1881. NUMBER I,. 0OUR JjpZIELag& wOrro aas P/LV , I laki a aelI'bklre are m I loyar ob rsldm lhes caume pstgstUbe~bpayiag TIU eyaf aml were r"t And woui't a I e pleeanms To teet lM..ioe Lad my you'Isr 'tra diy% I Laid tsew sedu YSborbs sUppwee p-s 600 eard "afts And te irhda pa na ,do, en !tin mI as do eror as sa s 5.emle 1y seeM and towoit Lad woeld'l It be lit For YOU dteeII the poet, LAd o ashb lemnash in tho hons When theeL rsom Uwithout? rippeme you look, no sttle Is vary hard is gel wi it o bm s rI oI, ta~r you le alt aa troll Andor wo lao It be icear Tian e ula l ai d _m - To go bewuo ka earnet, p rici nmm 10 yai mmt Ilrp I Andleet Ilaw twe dal t e Ior Adpp tewrdd'tloyoNor the way .mae people do, Do ou think to whlle creatin wasll beed Jue for your  And e't I, my boy .r r., The -rwt wisest pia, Wbeterver newrs or d.liu't ou1 I. To do the hetyou aet l'WI Qwy. A Inerv of 5SEws.r. It'...

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 April 1881

MIE OcihfhicU, A Wyme W . W 4 Ahuwq qa Ab phg l aiU -m Live P - Raise wqr am..isbwe, mud *tMsal -%-Dum \. tldn Masseuse. $ee % oyMd~ee, 6 lhe. 3 UA [LX-- --o Eto. Therewere only isix ae killed at El f'esa Texs, in one dpy tlat wreek. Ihre tiae aof Avoyfles parisb are S-s-emt people. The Bulletin says ahe public roda ia the prisk are A large pooof the business par of tie tora 'Natchtoebe. Le.. e bursd st week iauckrdiog the Ac of the Vindicator. It is semre of graticaties to hmeo frm the Herald Tat the citizens of Lake Prouidese are fast becoming a eburdwbgoig people. There is hope for the town yet. The pr.ooers at Lake Providence attlemptrd asew days, irne to xccliange -laes with tlhe aberir and would have aceded hbut for th tinly atrri. l d a dqputy upon thi scene. A perty of gmtleew s of Clinton, East Fliceians, eabu ter four bunh. ai ad Sity pouds ofS b, oeday hB mlek; so syv tbe Patriot Dem ocrat-but tbey did it with a seia. ".... Governor Wilts hab quaortied ,Lohs nos aga...

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 April 1881

. U IIMATTERS Go a penhiql terale mald swmoro. i ed G Fige Tonic prseates Malaria. I k~is hi.e te bete ok thei w ull dregi tI f.tw &M s d q t For ablhyDr D R. P -ti', sat lls, L. N -. KMgJAaldiasehe p..aei ta 'I. bPalle Jery semma neat Tuesday, per. .mmtb wrs i. We lrme tll Mr. beuel Lyna be been, qaite ill of paseousi a Alt.. Rev. L C. ohs TWrill preach is Mayville .otligh, semer. mnd s..e orrew - eigt. Itwe1ela alg mI a oetmhiswould bmeV )alies" "1 growing wesmbra. 1t is very pleas. u_ I: The esnuaihkeee bee is muprwr to te a - Iu.nb. It is rer weIId madim no danser v(rpeat.-nw., Far ie tbalessnoe.lual. Fur beWt it i. nol t waeglo. Whet I keodadl s Sysit Cur. boo their amdsetaeememt. -u er lIw dysi , w re Wayhadfe rth arabn. F rale by lier. D. L Petit, Rayavllle, I. IRiclad aisb has thus fr esclaped mea a beegh it hs spread ver Norbth I We IearIed ths semn that Mr E S. Lam leke bad bees quie ii of peumiania, be. we bdlov is now e'anveahi. We is;; th s the iufant child ...

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 April 1881

SFARM AND iOMZ, Tm calues which Ly ef km kien n raing worked st forges, in trigimm, filings, or other ferrugiaousmterll, workwl into the all about ruit trees, or the mnre minute pe.tidees ,*red thinly on the lawn, mixd with the earth of P flower beds or in pobts, are meet vlmb t, the poach and pear, al, In b t, supply neccaary ingredients to the to roil. For colored owrs th heightes the bloom and increase the brikliasy gp wlhite or nemarly white Swkm o1 all the r. a, family. e HIw To Fann Bna .-]na agremdl feed isbest fed to cow n moistened 0 hay ; it being mixed with the bay, ll will be eaten together m aied end masticate But if it is mt edb with et hay it should be feddrynd ina mall n quantity eh time, fr ifd neitis b not raised and rematiaated, but goes on tothe third and fouarth io reh If r fed in slop it is swallowed without any mastiatiom, sad mixed with little or no saliq but if fed dry it en be swat loweduntilAitismixed withealvs ,and the gliva mists in digestio. WhnI food ...

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 May 1881

Sh e___i5dnd *emrn. " LibertnM et Natuale i olumn." RAYVILLE. LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1S-1. NUEMI.- Iý. FA ITIIFUL. 3T O3s6 r r coo·L A iokn hare ward In se hospital; A dylag girl in the narrow bed; A nure, whose foottep lightly fall, Soothing softly that reustles hed. Slain by the man she learned to love. Btea.-n, mur.lerd andl sung away; iase la-held it but God above, And she wb, bore it. And ther. sis lay. SA little dr'lrzk of water, dear?" Slowly the wh:te lip gasp anid alp. "Let rue tortn you letr e y.aiu can hear, While I let lbe ice on your teitlule drip."* A look of te'ror disturb, hiar fa'e; inrn and Sileknt the.e plale il* :e*e; A stranger sta*iel, in tle he Irer ;,la-c..; "Tell us who hurt you, for no one knows." A glitter of joy it In her eye; Faintly she whie. .r e: " XN .eoly lid." And one tear ,'hr:.t~te tht,.e , ,n iet fronl the. heart in that wounded i,sm hid. "N"tistl dihd it'" she says a'ail ; "N'"e..I)l hurt iue. '" lher eyve grew d:m; Bit iln that i.lan...

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 May 1881

- 1- . ------- '( - -___ . . W I MMAS? DEACON; ' ýW&'awieil io Ioni4t ia* ,. * Aatrr!'t. "t: '..'t-a ri . !. ,;; . r..P ' Pas'e. 'u . ei,, : .L Ie.1 r .. D . tiI{A. . . . r. lie iury is:a the 'ea'e if the Mtate vt. _Mi.&.bner, Stubbs and Bror.:,, f.,: :.he kiHling of Fred L. l.udueag, tri.d at Motroe lst week, r&tur iid . ye iVc ofr not t.uiltc . .-.. .. T)aowy.rv -On last F ridy morn-(t ;ag the end5., one of the dec : I h'ic' ~of thte ..teaar 'fourt tf.1: Orvr:,-. at i ar. ks l,aidK uigadtw i w "u' i . nl .!n la..t 'i'u . !a:v tu, e L ºtoi,, V. . ' .redt byv fire tgct. :. "ltvthr i:-' c,: cc:tlav iMutt"r'!.d at a- o.. v ..- i ' ' Eaen thle a.,,l of at iigct ~l liary. S.. -.. Ten Moro:a night uf la-t:i e::o: : r o' oian f the ad .iiby Osur I'le s' - as a 'Lure, r, .1 by llu-lrv a:.d ier y aents law oth ce at l'ni.,bersi , Vtho; : trotyeal by flre, f togt . the il ":' teatlt. The :vir di.io is ,:C ,1 I.V uu. edrs its ditor Coan, lind :.~ir l3 trary, isoauti ac; for it ...

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 May 1881

LOCAL MATTERS, The aMlirtal do :,.e, '.:.p t,: t w n, h. Re*,,,'*d . ,1 "t'.. e r,· l:_ (t~ o - It-,. y ;" .* It wUou I be n ; ter d:J t.r : Ia: the, ILiacet wh.:e y..: :re tt',r: :,g :.,.. : Reei's~diit I~ge T.ni.. sires Fever & A1,ue "WINE OF CARDUI" ftor times a day Laske a happy oureh old. S·.r vale byt D R.P. t: . Ravs,:, La. It .s a tct that Ke:,de.'s S av:,, .. , t advertise,! to be. Seo trerr a.. : -. Reed tit E e "'il... pr.·rv:.: .' Ed:ga. Tae Br. ',,, is a.way. a.ve to t!.e ,n-r-' ly l.a:rolr,,d. Cra"*p are a.:,.a'.,y ~Liere: g t,.r ri. an: ii., ,lay !t: v,.e rtn::cn Ira,,p 'n I w..: , . a1 t lt ''n p itt ke J :ip l .y ":e r"" .:- . 1 he new. I "aerlr cr.;r:, .L the , 5 & I ,i..l. built at .%Inrroe. as a pert-et Lbe'u:y th, pr etI.e1; ,oacih ever p.:it on t'te road. R,:eI a t'it i.die T,,r.,' reatore thie apl-e t:e "" SLACK-DRAUGHT" er.e dy.-pep. lia, indigestion and h artsiarn. for sale .by Dr P. R. P" .:, Rai"...,e I '. The Rtuti river pa ke:. E.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. — 7 May 1881

7RB MOON. Not long since we had a view of the moon through a fine telescope. She was in what is called her gibbols ,hase ; that is, more than half enlightened, be tween the first quarter and the full. The telescope had a power of 500-or niagnitfild ,~) timnes--which so increased the siz5. of our little satellite that only a s~mall j".rtion could be seen at once. She was 1,rought so near that it seemed as if we could almost touch her. HeIIcr surface loo,ks more like chalk than like anything else. The scene was one of tutter desolation. Deep indentatins wuith immnense cones risingin the center ; h tige fissures and crevices biack as night ; Ia.tilsnmdons cavities, and every conceiv Ihle form of shapeless excrescence, are 'ill that now remain to show where ver daire-covred valleys once reigned, iuinntain tops lifted their heads covered %nilgh eternal snow, volcanic craters sent forth , iIdh.en flames, and basins and river lalds were covered with surging seas and running streams. The m...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 May 1881

S "Libertae et Natale Solumn." VOLUME XIII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AY, AY 1, 1. NUMBER 2. --___- rte -s- - Myf Warsew-vT. So e n r35 owams Donns , &,wmow w r o a Iy enmbe Th adt. I h may ima Ila , soI laeosereesy aIr: m nk I ,tN friaol of mine, A mai my ca wis rar:" Iv u haesom mon rn nmorn, esIar tlied to the ight: at ldsime my soul with ts tender green, .* * i day and ulght. What thoug amy 1t t is lowly place, And mr qplN behlad the ta? All Ike - r an oh at the ,na, A a4 a l k out at the etars. what akoes a hiq tf We"aldAm The t h= it'lt a Ln.a Deer od : let me rew frmn day r n day, Cringring, and aonany, anI bright; Though plant d laudsae. Th window is near. And my reae may turn to the ltgbt OtisR 1o.OOO,@n0 rIaDs IK ONve FLOR7. TPhe passenger pigeon is one of the most wonderful of birds. Wilson's de- I s.lptias of their camping grounds is: "As sums as the young were fully grown, and before they left their nests, numer ms partics of the inhabitants from all 1 par...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 May 1881

THE RICHLAND BEACON, - I a i". I 's ,u.in -tus 'ric, per tllt'nl. ý2.:10s. I'HOS. J. 1AZ ,ltiIMi, - . . - - P'rl t io', ;l::id I'rotl-'. rtily. It is a faet t ,t ;.t t . 1 :.r . , ! intg State ill the I ' .:. -, w*. Texa i, iallad inu 11e ,'utl.: -. the t; atta.rof ;.·r: rt.., : 1:., t r-, ty'. 1% :- are t .htv : far ::: at:::. .ftthe ,t , .. Stat-? T'.e :,i,., '. it. ;iai li . citc tacc Prf t, :. t' hie e'iit t.*. (."f tlc .- ,:i ' ate Itore lulic -i iit, C 't i a t.  r tl.£.. ;i t* Is'R lt ll I11 I (l t llh :fl t! !·l : l' -" vr.-t", Tir c ;:te rgialr a' 1ia 1ilr.t : prisý,% rC.,rea b ti' dir n , t';re < y.! - nenat o' l .'r 'i"r"" ..:1 .c i' ·.h . .". . stou kraiig~, \t Li!t ti , ,(·: t ' : . - Luors nulke it t lh.:r i.l: 1 .-, to sauke nn Lii tvii 1. i : .ti - 1", t)mtir State ai.d l i it l n'i.,trl :. , adrtrti-ing tie f,,', io i.t te Every ciiizi n .i I..t : .r a , "t tial itt to talk a I.:ut 1s - ea 't ,.e r ever Le olr--un 'l.e r;i.il.': .t it atetcan oat., at lt.e 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. — 14 May 1881

THE RICHLAND BEACON It pIiuhkd every ,:ur.day :nrit+,l, at PAYL.LL, A "is: A4A, THOri J. MANWll.11, Eitor an Proprietor. Terms of trI satr rlptli "to. . py,_·Jr year : *1i, n"h at tiths - t ;-.-, at ne Year 'Ire"P, 1 ." ..i Adr thelesn Raltet. arC.' .I w I n: , . I uacih 1I ,: " - r . a . ; t ,. i t ,. l _ " , the ,'n1. n at- , . " .... r *'" : tiv art. r '1_ "" " [ ". 7 ' * . I ree:"'r v. I.. t r . . W e are g ia, t ,. ',+ I t :,t a ' , , ",* :t. . - LOCAL MATTERS. ,"Wi OF CAIOEUI" for aies o .1" it sa-le b uL)r I ;:a -. I t'am J.m. Wive are ir ,, . tm timin t ', , - i.. S:ua. Lynn is r.atv r,',.: traua I, ;tI tr ,., fur mia - rm.'e( Jmlm llt. -a. t. .iiuu nt 1,1V I il a t l a ! t' tr . 'The Raym illf e lIt j'.e ,has b 1en. r I j a .i to l.'ew a rt ta'Ir I nam.I I l: n. A. lll i ti a itl dian , ib. I, h|tias " |+ s l it 4 t0: , i t, - hu, ll*.i... . ol"f utr '.lailtsl, "I li.l s w "'* i n ere erow l"a , +u., oii- la ih-te .ml . " a , t. h'.. m ,a'I at- r to thim wies., bu...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 May 1881

FARM AYd arOME mann LAn s. --(ive the lawn a top-dresing wond of fine compost this month. if the Favri MCL(ef.--Oats have been sown gnarl among strawberries a a mulch with ad great success. is it P'ormros.-A Western farmer thinks o that after having cultivated over 800 vas- s ar rieties of potatoes he could recommend as the best varieties, the Alpha for very early, the Snowflake for medium early, want and Victor for late ue. oin OArs AS A Muw o0 rSTAw n wanam enabl .--An Ohio farmer, on secount of the mane scarcity of mulching material, sowed ing i three bushels of oats to an acre of her that rins. The oats grew about a foot high, heno then fell down, and proved a better and orou cheaper mulch than he could have ob- foli tained in any other way. trees BLuaxMcsae HoaS·E--The practie tre of blanketing a horse during exercise is cults not one to be recommended. Cover im- CUC mediately after a drive, if stopping only "or ,or a few minutes. After being out in a Po storm of any kind horse...

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