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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 2 July 1881

S[HE IlCHLiAN BEACON Edito r a 1 I *c:. Terta fNCuat* ripaten tk -I 1·~r i' l i., .ihe t 1- r t i  .Il r ,i . .1 * . . .. . R ee F I a -n'-. \Reed'-thit F tI . early , e fir.1 .'".. , ' ": : . . -. t." " t,' to ur Iy tr,,'." , . .. . A lot of Etislbrol.lrry t N:' i AN 1 X ' x .-& etave trial r - .'" ! - Ir "'.. a" y;The price ;, ... , : .. : i. :. . t 1aa. colut!. - . Fsh, ng appettrn.a- :" r ,. , ,. i v. l*asy people artl ,In-int It 3ay *t. GWuse tlho,, l.r, .cat .ta* at . Carry y ,our s ra ,'t r tone ,t t- It.o 1.,! . Os.ll, and get your I' toey at a --,a: . A lot of straw halt., £en . " an' b ' . It "WINE OF CARDUI" for Ladies only. t For sale by [r. i. K. 'ett'.. al , t.,e, La . :, The pr'caledit, f ithe uic r.qy will ,ilp. xt wear next we- -could not get thcui set t: " week. - . Lard, in h.uce pouid citas, At U wuham i Uavi ee . re ,tl. ; a Mrs. Tuler land her uit da .1lltr Al:ca ll ,t armon a viao t to  ltr.. aKhy ,at a· Cry-tai (hr SP ," W "S. The. If you want a ti...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 2 July 1881

FA4HR AN.4D FlO E. w . F,ru- ItrLiigs. Wrý:rrrns I'Procs.-The FEarly Oh!io is sail I to I latter alapteil for Indi:a *Ih, 'I, E lEarlyv ose. It is oarlii.r, a 1i i"... , ,,,.t runt t, mnall tubers. i tA .;r tror:. Flower eltI mudi lawns a L,:;n I pl.r,''te-ted fromli alaglewornls by a er -.ing of Ialt now anid a heavy appli- n ,ntl-,n ,f lime in the early spring. Ki:rei- o (n APes.- Bunches of grapes .,.e,. klt three months ly an Australian  r'o ,-nr lby dipping the ends of the stems i~: N:iz anil paI"king in kiln-dried ground i ark. it a;tW . - Vermin, syas an authoritv, th1ie le.Lst where ipinlaees are kept dry, I' ro'l n .athing or sprinkling pigeon-cotes r ,.lly i' sn infallible mansof destroying 1:tu~r.rr .Axle-gre:ase and lard, well mw.,.l in e.p1al priportioiis, and rublled nn ,nug tree-.s, will prltict them from inil,lits. Ve.ry little tned ehe nused, ms Iionly the Psc-tllt is zlceslsary. (',tohTAr.xIs. -MIr. (George 'conUller, of l'turlin;gt.n, howa, cn.sitilera a totn...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 9 July 1881

N w r vhIII.n I.n iS.1. , , . \T n. \ ., tIIl4'EI: f t ;, , i O." 9, q| - .5 r r r.. .g. r t. fnrrrsatth*r 7 r t ii ", ' 1 in the brie( 7 tVim fr' u n, I '1 i r*' :. .l' t': r A r('/ pt':I, *.I...l i r . I'. ' , .. .1 t et..I. r,, i. ,,, " 1." .', r. " r . 1 " .. flI iepts w', .l he,. ! t v, toet e. S.a . 4 , "I . '.. fa , . .. A a 1 'h :L :4 ' ' ' . a "t' -s ah t "r. -ha t .n r "r., I t.I, 'h [ .4. e, w " s •( r. 43.. . • TH e, ,, ... , ,nt ) , ".r m , " M"r 1 , ,.:,t and a,, . hf. i . . . ...1. 1.,, e*4, r4 ''I f* It'i ,. SN t ".r .4 Lh, e $ . r a.- h. as mn fal , d. EI,. r N*S U f' Wt1hat.-ver l'o aesseil 1 :r.th"'r .1J hnl t.' ;io Ill to the city l4.1 t a,:rr. I. that t Vi" i. . PFiired, ,fleii-ey, li' t o. f h it I : 1,I "lhen he e..'ildl have l.1 jiut h1'4 ji' ."f girla nealer ri'nlaie, was •,4n .thl,,Ig I conld nWet understaand. There wa.. Jli.. aTll U 'e'miIn', just 41,11n 1 ill l ure with ,iiie , ao anv"l cour l 4144, 0n41 tIe let r ,ad .maklr in tlh wl chutltntrI, '...

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 July 1881

.TH 'I.. 11 , .1 . 'a .,t 1 ,' . 1' i 3in ce:. :l The cri ' 3 lt • ' t h ,: i ; ý:l' .,;- i 1 :: ' . ;: ' . . ;t l.', 1:1'« `. ' : I, ' t, +"'! i' .: ". ... 1 , . • ' r .wiu , ,! 1 . . I ::. t.a l i mL !! . :i . " ' er a ,i.t c ainir, , : -i. c.. . -, both , .h i . a m. ' : I.: should b' cut vi" in ". I ,,' r :t a career of ' i:-: , - just \ht- e:l h t , .." , " :l about to le o ...at . '- . " . : i, to the g iLt. :d r g, r:.: : . . : be borne. To tohi, !i. . . ,t Was just the revr-, t,. ." • momeniltous ' :, ;'. - "'Ci ' to t.: . L ni s soa'.ir!ii cn I 1" l ,_ :cI provel to II a ' n -:!! U"i . . . m a tte r . ' .it' , ! !!v ! '. .. , - :, ý tl.u t l'ets of tl. . :: :. f ,: . o l of "rIr I o e. men; the w n ail f t f art ! ..e , :!;r 5..: . ,: c uro; crer \"q " .7 . . oI t.. ry I 'v alni ( to tha-antf 1 "i7e vI.r ::-s . r uly a remo'e u ,u ,,! 1:,;. y , r*jf v. , . she was is: a on -i; io to -'ath at a:i,- : thing that La'd cIc a .l su:a.w u' L,'. Anything adver,-e to th,.' ...

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 July 1881

" IIUR5IICHLMUNOJ aE'L AI VL _... A if' itu A : i ti.', .5Itt., r. v.' , t.,r" . E1.rr u" I I A1" '!.It I·i?2 ;;,r" bmmttrr,. r.t_ r. . !tatter u , In f It. Kr , . (ri-Kr n,-,.t a" hJI1Cl e Ir." .Y.II f'' t1' ft r;j.'r*i<.r r~t.r r.. . . .I .11·(r .I ..· rr- r". LOCAt~l Ma,. TJ S. Atrcctrls R. :w" VE'f tlrna':d to t.rI yr"t . v..1,r"Iu 1.. ,, '.nrrng st.*jrh Iv' Rev. 1. A. d Tak.' "BLACK-DRAUGHT" :: "i1 `'ill us r Kr" Iri!+·.. · '1 ~l c~t't alt b l r.tFi'. lursab Itr It. K. Rev. N. S. Cr;ri ',r: ",. " ." ! . 1'. . par.Err of till' M."'I ',.1 will preacIh b ttr..ur' r. r'··-Iv r._j ,, r1 :t.". It in" ai by t. "-. lvl : .. "'.: I t Vtrnnt1,ilr . rlnrau t ' Er r.-r" " . . :'..:! '. `iere are mn' I. r-'" I there are at r'ty ,,i'f'! jrkrr'f: . "i r : .1f North 1.rei-rae~a. The erdl:; *r,. - _ ...:, . t': 7tr. RidrurI r. I. ,'; I 10 . ··'vN .1, b. Vu Mirir trl.r I. t "ni I " r t. Laua Ba ihs :'State (('n.'n'.r:. arl v. ! ,.. . :r'.,.. at Naicritocl l- vr",tvrIl..v. Brra ttvIwiith, 'tr ...

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 July 1881

FArM AND HOM/E. ms Fm-m Ba.s s. O(ows AND MILr.-Two eows this p summer suddenly failed in giving us o milk. They refused to eat green stalks and did not take kindly to the grass. We gave them plenty of bran and a lit tle corn meal in their drink, and they immediately gave a good supply of milk. LquiD MAI xucu.-The Chinese and i Japanese excel all other nations in the it culture of early vegetables. This arnise from the fact that they use only liquid Is manures; hence the growth of the plant of is most rapid, and, as a natural conae- T¶ quence, the vegetables are very brittle in and tender. Lettuce and radishes they in force rapidly, giving the plants a sprink- In ling once a day. Tobacco and tea plants g, are also treated in like manner m Tan SraAwm~v.-Peter Henderson t( givrcs the following requisites for the tl scn-esful culture of the strawberry : -- Dig in three inches of well-rotted sta- 6 ble manure with the soil The plants should be pot-layered and set out about d midsummer, ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 16 July 1881

_I il>at-f tn. S1t. It*MtCl UcRt-i.. VOLUME XIII. Ia VtLL .' LOUISIANA, 1 ATURDAY,' JITIu . 1, 1. 1- NUMBER 2. MRW 20r6" SIIB/ By DAVIDM N. o II I to:d her of a maid whose mind Was fUied with tender thoughts tad fascese, ia A W..ly being of the kind a 1 hey write about in old rgsea. '" It nrwest thou,'" Id I. "Ats mtadeu fair. Mhoes beauty doth anyLhism beguile?" i She answered with a dreaty tr, w Well, I shouldel:aA'" SIHer cheeks pnrseem teg ba, N, form is dainatker or slsr, no hbir so brown, no N. mouth is tendserr 4 1 li. favored youth who the band Sf this fair girl will n et it." S3th uht-dt grane she ": "And , Don't yoa fogM et it. " (Ih, than dear maetem. of syI hsart lMy angel! let ams knl hefetsh At esy how bow avenly swet thou sat And how devoutly I adore thee." Ss,' turn, d away her lovely head, a And, with languid look that fired a My saul, in murmured secarts mad, " You make me t.rtL" - .a er, a 'a'eat ne. ALL THROUGH A POCKET- t BOOK. C Tom and Joe lie stretched...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 16 July 1881

THE uMtu BEACON, A U ea,.ciis: W tee~l, Lewus.r, -Ctdhed .a- gas sacau3e ph Advertwing Medium, and Live Paper. ion aYfs wy &erasemble, and lihberal e ft "g No Yearly Advertisers. Va PIree per Anum s, A&t, bt tIBO1 . .MAEG1AN, - - - - Editt. I The C.erevos PFu r was ompi- l moeted by another visit fron the W ladies a few dsays o. We write a s local like this overy week, and we are complled at inst to ield ourselves to as acknowledgment of the fact, that " the C4vour Pa.nr is mis only on of a the meat excellet paper (two dollars W * year, im edveee) published in the ti State, but it is no of the most popu- U larjournaas. Give s the approval of the ladies, and the me we can lead hbithersoever we will.--~ ullt I'latt. c Aad yet neither Taums nor E:lis b are married. umding. 'lb chief of police of New York I City says that three-fourths of the e abandoned girls in that city were a ruined by daening. Young ladies al- a low gestlemen privileges is dancing for which, if taken unde...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 16 July 1881

ME uICI UN SirceaC pubhshed eery tatutlay Maornng, iM Cao Pj r. tU.w, J.@ uiAL, and ! .,v 1 ,o WSOe i. NANOAAI, iN, Elite r sad reprietor. pan cMapy,u, e year " - - "n ' "sixa msthis - - 1.23 JacI e a.e .e . e . 14100 W * 15 150 wa ma ei t w. t ~I . 3 m. '1 or. I 1 yr.. thats dit o$ . 001 5, e dl S IN 12 w '. l oeos 2 0I 6 Os 86 H 1'2 a 211 40 and * 30 ' Ili in 210 0 15(t 25 I0 r Ns S 4 0 100w (l I-. (.a 1s S 01 31 00 " ,, a, 30 I' 3, 6(10, 6 01 Ill 00 ee5s per line, each insertion, for reaiad the or koeatnotiaes. 25 per cent addned to w sates tier eacti cduge of yearly, half 1 aly or alarterly advertisentats. hot ivel no vredueten fos abbe rates fur p se meealatie of any one. we mn saeo'any !very oarder unlees ier or agentis known by the pro ti"e to be a repounsible party. LOCAL ATTERS. awl Ju S11, 31y.,Uryem i >, Hoer, Hoatest. we De fail to asrad chach. a araville is again witrho a shoe shop. e's G gikdem r. nic cares Dyspepsia Be we me, ad mss det we tresaesd six on lmbsd...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 16 July 1881

PARK AND NOMN. Inm as CEARssO Cmoaus-p J d cam. fed in limited quantites, is eham rut fa laying hbens. Boars POarTae.-BDoaM p is a ared i a ser a u 1 sa iat" tie. Foeed wr ad e a meei as the cattle wll at. Omawr Woma.-bak a the young sprouts or meekeue -hit sort froam Sa roe of currant bse ad thie wil mseldom be any trekonbm the I ur- d ant worm. p Luama n Man mP h--dlk t and Berkshire pip may be poaablya fed, to be solat a ta mite, pon dlover, acorn meal, liased meali, or ctrn sad at meal. Half a pond d linseed meal per day the awage, to C6mootheld pip, wouald be msimat Bownxo Wmuar.-Beeset eperiments in England show that th sowlag d wheat in drills i more prbeea tha thick sowing. By special eltdae am mall plot, a single g to th i his given a yield of 100 to 13 bue to the acre, according to the pm maermt I Record Toumtvom.--I you would hme a full crop of good tomatoes, water the yo plants twice each week with riLh liquid manre. Nip lofmy the new shoots and tie the heavyI gmes up 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. — 23 July 1881

"Libertan et Natale Solum." VOLUME XIII. RAYVILLE. LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1881. NUMBER 29 END BPWNKBD, Twe st down th a meoeein timea Oee to de mcad em to spia; All Om s akeisem to ae song ublme ant nne issmed to the dur waene eto The helasr se t Inn s pMa t anmt, AMdmg o a sine d um feeer mae swte; Waem pam etth a e sdfm lot en k, uW fly her hb ane fh.e ThaMee~r seas as we a mee hner eir, Ali ad mn am0aed to her sweet tome; An td epras sep m oft a sdad damps Down h he bats d, st aon Jut ls e M ernesw so ms cm ld Agt at ea edsgr, er wi ne aem; MR we "p ablel this tbaw!" And oa the prdee of the qatnseer rag. The mwvr be fegaotten the angere a me Uemrr riee fIee, ber setp ,e old; ]ut far Wee w Soam fe inmner'm fame Yet Is emblemed la tess of gold. oo rom r. i 'l' Amedias ma a inartisti people, but IWtlywil m day take art to Aerlca That I wil help Amelric to be a -tistlc.-ligaor C, s. Oh I indeed, you are only too modest, igmnor. Italy hk done it already. Mod ma Italy is do...

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 July 1881

THIE RICHLARD BEACON, pr A De 0uwratI e Weekly Newsaper, th -T'utAlihed at riwie, Imasiaa;u pa a1 E'IULLUti Advertsing Medium, and Live Paper. SaLes very .-ason,able, and libteal di:cou nt ' 'n Yearly Adverti'ers. Prum e per Amamm, 28.A0. i "Prm T V AW(MfAM . . . ..i i.,+or - '$AWA M. - .-. - QUR TRIP TO NATCIMITOCIIES WaPde Notes, Wether, coLps, ' th Coweutie, etc. Os Saday July 3rd, in compay " wri bIrv.. J. B. Wise ad Mr. R. I. re Davis, we took our departure from P bee at an early hour; sad finding B tatour young riend O.C. Tisdale was t ing ia ord directou as far as Oak Ridge, we accepted a proffered seat in n bis beggy. Fording lBluf tiver at n the Winter place without accident, we a yreeeded by way of Mr. Yarbrough's da Lafosobe ferry to the Baptist h church at Oak Ridge, where we parted t with Mr.Tidale, be going on to Ba strop and we proceeded in the hack e with our traveling companions across g the country to the Monroe and Bastrop a eod. Along thi rtoote we passed d th...

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 July 1881

THE 81CHLAND BEACON li ,ut,0is*ed . cery 4',tl.rhdy mrorningt, at ýAYVILLE, J"OUSIANA, BY 'rIOS, & IANS HAN, .1litor and Proprietor. 'errI'tI of iMlahscriple qne cpy,or,e .c *r .' .f5. ne " so.x nfrths - - .- 2 ia copire, one year 1,,, P 'I'T a , . . " 15.4 ___Advettbla Rates. iPAen I mi 3 _m. rr.. 1 yr. 4 inch l 3 (,i t 3 :4  i , ,. ,,o' 142 1. 4 i,-e 1n :" C0 1 - . n) 1- u l= 1 I N" 4 S M 10 (N't 12 (1s4 it .ni 35 fur St * u I ti 1.(rl I I ,4,n o i .) use It " (1 t 16 (Mtn 22 I4j 30'i :51 0(N I " I,! Ii l4; " ' ) o ' 5 ) I.'M)r 6 0 n1 rad .3 (n ri too! 40 (t he, t 01 1 ) I in tl 16 ceIts per line, each iasertion, for reading v tilattr e r iormalnotices. 25 per cent aldedl to it 'hore rates for each chanre of yearly, half si yearly or quarterly advertisementq. Positively no reduction from above rates for the accorunsdemti of any one. Cash must accumpany every orlder unles. i the al'vernier or agent is known by the pro a lprielor to 1. avetponsible party. LOCAL MATTERS. 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. — 23 July 1881

FAR3 AND HOME. Tams--The man who plants one tree on the Western plains is wiser than the man who shoots buffalo. Trees may need watering, but in tim they bring showers. Whe tees on the plains there the rain falls, if t comes at all. CasOaos waon Tama.--The Gar dceers' Maesm says an yellow and white-hearted embbarge, Bavoys includ ed, are not good for table me, "that the yellowish sad very pale green sorts are comparatively worthless, while the dark gren sorts are full of Savor and sub stance, the very perfection of what ia cabbage should be that is to be cooked for a Christian to eat." bosas.-The Rura Home communi cates an important fact in rose culture: "Every rose will not come from the slip. Of the three great divisions into which the rose family is separated namely, the damask, the noisette and the tea-the last two may be propagat ed with more or less readiness from the slip or by budding; the fist only by di viding the roots sad planting the seed, which latter method is resorte...

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 July 1881

th e LI N D Ji 30. *'Ibetmellas et N tltille- PSolum." VEAYý'ILLEH;. L(º 'Iý1:SI\. 4.ATPURDAY, JULY 30, ISSI, \['.l BER 30. TO THr LAND " FInE LRAL. I'm weartn' an&, Jean, l.ike mnaq .n a thaw, Jean, I'm w,.rin' awa' r, the Land o' the Let. t There's nue morrow Oeg, Jae, tit There's. neither ul nor car, ean, sli The day is ever fair In the land o' the Ia. Y1oee baen sl meam sa, Jen. Your teI h ended aon, sa, ja And I'll9 walyoo yil To the lsnd' dthe TA.. of Them dry Mt Ierr' ee, Jam; My noes to be free, kJean; n And aaw sn me T To IW A o' the Leal  lnr bona bhelm's there, lean, [El She was baM gdle and fair, Je, r And we gruidge her eatm To the I.an4o' the ;eat; Bit Prrowa .alf wear. past,ler, Je And joy'n a ctndn' feat, Jea, ti The joy that's sa to last, in the Land o' the eat. A' our friend. ecv gone, Jean; We're llg teen left miset, Jean; Rut wl a' neet aga 1 I' the land ,' the Lest. Now fare ye wee', my sin Jean I This world'a rare is vain, Jean; We'll meet, and aye be fain...

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 July 1881

TILE ICHLAO BEACOH, A Demem.asc Weekly Newspeper, It is -Pablisbed at- the cit, ywlc'. t .alm t and pr Advertising Medim, sad Live Paper. to our Plos certy Reagtralrs, wad liberal di.eownt NeW 1 to Tertly Avertisers. unpre Prise per Ammms, *_.s large T S. 1. X.1 W 1A, - - - - - dttar. " Two boys wee drowned at New ei Odesas last Saturday, while bathing house to the river. Late advices report new persee.- pairs tions and pillegfng of Jews in the gov- are b eramest of Pultava, Russia. meeb Al attempt was made tast Mooday p atconing to assessioste J. K. Pigno- the d l9ktb, collector of customs at Piedras build eFegru, Tease, by parties fring into a bed be was supposed to occupy. The contest between Stone and TI arkedale, as democratic candidates for tl for governor of Mississippi, is grow- has fat very intetesting and warm; but City Stoe seems to have the inside track thee la the race. old 1 *0 -- thea Buildings No. 115 to l26 Peters who street, 47 irod street and 134 to 138 tote Cam...

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 July 1881

THlE BUIiLAO BEACON I. .s publisted every Ssesseay oraami, at The. ýAVItLL, JasfAv L ·tAUt A S*be N tI 5h. !AtrOIAbi thel r :a. of Ptat . ,piet, bae year In W0te: a*  . 6 13.0') AAW   0011 large a - i i w . 1 _ a m. . 6 r. yt I - do a--lt .*:I 00) ii 5o t 00s 1 " 7 0n M10 00 M00ae tteI 11. 011 ao- ol t8 0. I301 t0 ( o1n6000 0. 0 rgre, been a I 10 este Pr Bt5ne owl, itnervttr, freinga .tderr or ... 25 per oft o,adId on t Cmt'es:" wen sc -" chea of yearly, haI fl ll. ety a --W, f," "r ,th P ihestry an edrteM f ve sho e new r lhave I ha aememetatioa any one. Ia is I he adveniaet or ev t is kinwn by the p lo idet Niler M, to hea *pWsts par* more ever I LOCTTERS. It Lade aGilt b .ge T1ema sre' Dypeps sat * T ars nt ,noraitn will ran 1 ill if J.~-i people rea not very saatin. I 1a 9C Do ao heoesse hetnoled *"I"n " " ` the I At ree with ye la yer ~ s opiniura . Wels is prereglrsin ely nm the new Iparnt: balding of MeerS. Sim~ Sm Be ltf r. *wa IF cass"In far Lnuer tri Tb Per mIe by Dr. ...

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 July 1881

FARM A4 DI) HOME. Far Reakg.e. CrnnRATs.-White hellebore sprin kled upon the leaves will destroy the worm after the third application. Adamp clay soil is good for currants. Of the red kinds the Versailles is, perhaps, the Ibest. They hear well and remain a long time on the bushes. TANss.-I'lant tansy at the root of your pIlan trees, or bang branches of the planjt ,on the limbh of the trees, and you will not be annoyed with curculio. An old and suceessful fruit grower fur nishes the above, and says it is the most Fslce...faul etrctlio plreventive he hais *.ver tri ,i. (;:ut :s. -A crnreslsltalut of an ex. ,l,:llh,..:ay,- that l:at t year he ploweu :11'p an 'l passture, full of grubs, plante it in corn, andll l.efore the grains sprout d, heI plit :a lauldful of salt and plaster, el':lu pIart,, on lace.l hill. The result was ;, trou',ble, from grulbs, and the lest Sr, ap he. etver raiMdl. (ln.IrI'.:.-Sulphur is a good remedy for nhildew. A flat board placed above the. vine will help ...

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 August 1881

, ~i- hertna et Naltale I olum." OLUE XIIl. RAYVILLIE. IA)U'IsIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, NUMB iI mWWrWAW A." PLEASANTIEL WAT NmF LOUM IA AD. "Ay,~ ay the marw aes, In t he twitsh gklm. And ti I the orchad par e ma me-- so as to I a the tall wet gramn, with its faint perfume, tertious c Lad I tried to pas, but be made no room; Oh, I tried, but e would not let me! N I steod and blushed ll the gram gew red, to, and ( wIth my fe beat down abeve t*, By this i whie be took my baed, n he whfiperinesa- e iie a r the d s ld e ph swe eas, h N i To st ena to al hat my loymer se( , Oh, the clever toinbloomt I love t. The bell n the high wet mas went the path to id, had, And the low we leaves hung ver, solemn mat I seondt Pe es iter ide. sank wii 1r found myself, w I vain ly tried, In the arms at my Iteidhn lover. And e held ms there, and b raIed my bead, had p hile he led the path before m; that wh ad he looked down Into my eyesad *4d-- hundrec new tha leas best down frem the bughs o'er. head...

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 August 1881

THE RICHLAND BEACON, A Deumocratc: Weekly News!aper, c< -Publi.hed at flayrilie, lonilanaA E 4 As EX(e.LLA:.t Advertising Medium, and Live Paper. ales very lteia-oab!e, noold ia.eral tlic:l"cnti to Yretrly A ,lverti, rs. Price per Aanumn, :i.,O. 30 TEOS. J. MANGHAM, - - - -. Editor. MOTHEI'S WA l' fly ANNIE A. SPItT- . . Oft wi.' ,i nor litt'," i'f't.a . t A. the shai l w- ;.:vily' .!;. L Ou)e .we,.t t:er .' 11 " 1 :L, wal!. 1 5 , w e .:st h. r ! ,.,- ," t t r,, . A ti n h -ht i i- : ! t i.-ti t ", e A sk ea`ch ,th ,'r'a ! f ,r.l . .. For th.e wrorilg that 'a. : in;- 'aone. lhen,,ll you wonwlr r why tlh- cuti t: . i A't thi entll' t,"of ith* ,.t" : l.1 Eye tints v,,ice w, lI <],ti kly answer, r "It was irei our io:tl,tr way !' Il 'mr l0ii t- l .- Igh. t nit.I ch,,ery, ti If it hi,;, a w:ier me tile.' Oplning wide it. d,*or Iof ' 'tl g ,t To the man:y, lnt *he few If we shirre our F.iti-tn'· loutliy W .th the nre ly, '"i 1, h ti.' *T i, I n,. l,, r'L" v:sr ' r ?. " (r °T...

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