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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 September 1873

RICHLANDBEACON.jkb / A NMI ve Countr____r. PublLANed BEAON WILEY P. MANGHAM, LIrl Rates... dl AIM Uitar and Propritor. 1. L UMM a it Zdi tW w1m h1irkr. Toruns of Subscription: jToDquf 1 5 1 0 o pm, n yoet........................... s2. . .-- - - --- - - - - o - - -- q 00 -e -g -- -- - - 'ADD snhm r lp tion iue D r lu bDy In r~ t Y uq ar fotl V OrL . jVgg-fla "m ) . . at*1 f43~l , I . 1 , ,ChIA , i I l e ' BA . ? , t I ) U nam etered a an the laet until the subscriljti.UJ VL .-O:9 AV-1'L. sV-ilASPEBR2,i7.WOE O b oiDad.007au o paýd. xm th.1.'OD r1C alieu .Dlcnreu upoOn lau lauI a Iaw Saafe nCloX.aa.h A LAST T.LK. qni (:Caoe out in the ardeu and walk with me, I C1 Whl the dancers whirl to that dreamy. tlune, Iha Hes! the moonlight silvers the slelpinag sea, r And the world is fair as a uight in June. Let me hold your hand an I nte.t to, do; la Ti- in tri 1:,t. last time, you kiww a10 Fp.r t..-lorl.' w wa wo.wr em ltI tao w* W1 A'l t. wil -It, tlb . h I I v*e y.u a). alt YTou are pa...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 September 1873

RICHLAND BEACON,. P. ANGHA , - - ito. B AIRD, Associate Editor & Publisher ti FIIAL JGUR AL UF R oCHLA'!J. "' ,ayville, La., Sept. 27, 1873. T Evil to lHim Who Evil Tbhlks. [na recent article ulOn the mur~e: cf Mes-r . - (:r;awford and Harris, we sliuded to a basd = of assassins, et., wiioo, hn.nt. might be fu~ i). in the "!',wer peat "' Richlatd ant Franitk: Paritshes." It appearo, from litrtier atave-ti e Milontl, that nonle of these mnurderers reide ill dc Piihiantl, and therefire --wne of our reader, it" i'l ih" Salltthert, pollot . o.f ibe r;rIr , :e t ot ,t l cry highly pleas,"t ,th our alltition t,, that section. We did iot ittetnd it as pIer+all 11 I p either Franklin or Rlichland ; on ithe cotutr:ary f·r tlhe whuol cjulltry. Tio chlr" g.at.y on.e P rish with this horrible ci.itn. would be un i. felr, but to say that their bhanits are ill the t ;snubles of tlhe.e parl*he, is iothig mlore sI thaill reasonnble to col,retture, nor lues it Rig- 1 .ify that the roo: peop!...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 September 1873

"THE RICHLAND BEACON. LOCAL ITEMN. .Rayville, La., Nept. T; 1T.73. Religieou. A Uslto PaAcR Maisro, of the Rayville ehurches, will be held every Wednesday sight EPISCOPAL Srtv-cr-at New Salem Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on the first Sunday of each month. Dtvixa Sjravlcs.-T-he appointments of the Baptist Church at Rayville, are the Ist Sundays in each month.-Rev. E, B. Rey nolds, Pastor. Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, at Jas. Dennis' place, Second Sunday of each mouth and the Saturday before by Rev. E. B. Reynol.ds. ArropoTurMs RatVILL CtsacUtr, M. E Cauacu Son.--New Salem, First Sabbath. Rayville, Second Sabbath. Union, Third Sabbath. Alto, Fourth Satlath. Rev. J. L. Wright, Pastor in charge. PasaarTsartA.-Rev. D. A. Campbell will preach regularly, at Alto on the ist Sabbath in each month; at Union Church on Baskin Ridge, in Franklin Pa. on the second Sab bath; at Rayville on the third Sabbath; at a Oak Ridge, Morehouse, Pa., on the fourth Sabbathin each month. ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 September 1873

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. BLacunyR J.TA.-To six quarts of ripe blackberries add three pounds of brown sugar, mash altogether with a spoon. Put it into kettle sad boiltwo hours, stirring frequently. Spice to suit the taste. When cool put it into a jar, and cover with brandied paper, and seal, and it will keep two years. To.MATro CA'rsrp.-Wash the tomatoes and press them through a fine sieve to six quarts of juice and pulp; add the same quantity of best vinegar; then set it over the fire to boil. When it be ,gins to thicken add of pimento, cloves and pepper each half an ounce, cinna Ion a quarter of an ounce, and two nut megs tinely grated. Boil to the consis teney of thin mush, then add four table slpionfuls of salt, and take it out of the vessel. When cold, bottle and cork tight.. Boil in brass or bell-metal ket tie, or tin-lined vessel. This can't be L·ot. T-rnpr ron Cuorrp.-This remedy is simply alum. Take a knife or r rater and shave or grate off, in small parti c-le, about a teaspoonful...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 October 1873

aI II b mM I 1 • g ! | 11m Smin gmm m IM . ...RIC-LAND BEACON. 0E WILEY P. MANGHAM. I B, Nu. . Ilato e ad r ,teW a b. Terams of Subsoripdon. _)LIIItR~~ -S( .IL3. 3AM, A0med 311w & ftb . '..1 f t% , " H~,. o n ~ r l t o - - -~ - -. - . -t - - -. ar a , - ea.::::::.:. : ::. ::... '.L IB E T A S E T. N A T A L E S O L U M ." Taop- - -s n er1 aa ...... I i ,m -."e K. c' n- _ on oe, eole, ... ......... . . . o - . Tea oo , m cub ea year i ............ 2.00 , -. ... --- .. . . . . -t oo _en --n ,, , _,ntu - UagInlI e ..........» ....................... 10 ---- W t- -t-a-$- . ,ram.ei"",C ll,,,,o. . r.lt,,... oj VOL. V.--NO 40. RAYVILLE, LA., SA.'I'RDAY, OC'TOBER 4, 1873. WHOLE NO. . * .'._ i...e mmmI me ths.i3. .. .. . m. . . O6 .n ...... .. ..... m . - m mumn nn - - * *. TIlE: (ILI STI", Y. TT AtJr.E ..arNT. The waltin, w, to. wait at her f. t, And tOre d y ]d 'i n( 4 "d"' n " " 1 t. uinig t. 4tl .lm e. at her i,. ,.w. ault routd and sweet, The rret r'.e tnirno lhk- a lamin a-li...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 October 1873

THE RICILLAND BEACON. WILEY P. MANGHAM, - - - 'E':cr. , C. B. 1AIRD. A',n'.ilt . E,!tor & Pu'ih:..er 1, t N Rayvil'e, La.. Oct. 4, 1873. ;' Re:ly of F'r. N. F. McCraw to the N. L ?. RePiulblican. liri;ie : . . ' : 'ill y1 iv . i'nl a -I:.l t. .I " Fh ¥11. I;r ' Itn11.- t, in -v t r ' ian art:L. I fi,: , . i : l t! . o: ," '.' . .II , :la.,t of t1:e 1 !7,: li I.'.. .1c i,. . f .iin , it :, t t'!e Pi.! r LIr : t i: I . w: !, S 1 th e1at he d t ' : *,1 c u l t. I' to .,.I. , e },.r- ltle l,, l a,,, und it,'Y . p i, l . m c- - h,.n-e ., i., , . i t; 1: ' 1:t-n 1.. l ,b.':, .e - a t ,.,t .\ne' " f , tir. - e f l I shi",."l . ' I all:',i:' l i lt the arr \,'. , t. 1' .. 'iii. +r I '. 1 n 1 ll ~ rct ..C.. f, - , rir n I'.. t .. Icr - .n , .' . : . i." b. , ýi.W 1! " '., :. i i:. a\..cr1" I r: i . r. "f a y Itri " , .i.i . . l _ i 1." t 1,' - . 1 - " ! (:,.i l 1.1 "f the ii. -' ;" . 1 :n1 . .,. t .1 I :::o-,p it ' ," t s '., . !,: , : . r, . - .tC" to . 'i t i:+ , *.r' .1 :ar L. ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 October 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. L(OC'.L ITE'MN. Itayville, Ila., Oct. 4, Ia73. Religious. A LCoso: PttAvR: elt MI-:t%, eftie, lile "1! ihurc'hes, will be held every Welneslay ci:,hlt. E.rtndOPAI. S3RVtIE--lt New Snlen: Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, 1-1 tihe first Sundaiy of ech nontih. ntvItaa SFnvtr .--The appijointmenlts ,l the Itatlei<t ('hur'ch at Rayvale, re, tlhe; Iit Snll.ldavy in each moeltlh.-Rev. E. I. rey nolli-, Pa .tor. Preach;llilngt Bethelll Baptist Church, at J;ts. eI)lliis Ilac"., Se..eond Sunl(day of earnh 1)ic:alls a thei Saturday before by Rev. .:. U. Rleynolds. AI-Pl'cTYrWTS RAYviLLE ('ieCrIt, M. E t'llrneilt SeTH.--NeW Salem, First Satbbath. Rayville, Seceend Sbbalth. Union, Third S:abbath.l. Alt,. F.nrt ll. Sillatle. IRev. J. i.. Wright, Pamitcr in chairge. PraF..,uvTLIlAN.-IRev. 1). A. ('atnp'l.Il will lr,.ach .egu-claly, ait A Ito ont the lit S:blathl ill each L ,ene thle; at IlniCn CIhllrch on li: :,i- l Rilig,, in Franklin Pa. on the s.ecdl Sab. l...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 October 1873

Remarkable Sale of Cattle. The most remarkable sale of cattle on record was that which took place on the farm of Senator Samuel Campbell at New York mills, near Utica, N. Y., last week, the cattle sold being among the choicest and the prices realized the largest ever known in this or any other country. The herd consisted of 109 headl, all Short-horns, but of varving ages, conditions and powers. Fiftec;,. twelve cows and three bnlls, were the fa:mous Duchess-tribe of what is usually terrmed the "Bates strain of blood," from the celebrated breeder of their progenitors in England, Thomas Bates, who died over 20 years sinee. The pro geriitors were three in number, but two of them left no female prognvy, and the third, with her descendants, all owned by M-r. Campbell and included in the sale, comprised all tae pure Duchess cattle in the world. The sale, which had been well advertised, attracted the attention of cattle fanciers from this country and Europe, a large number of whom were pre...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 11 October 1873

RICHLAND BEACON. TRICHLAND BEACON. A ,ad Ue,. OPnr . ,r,.. uId 1"W. .r "WILZL P. MACNOHAM, m ... . . L. ,, . , _. L.t.......... i I ? 's% ._ o T ao ,of IaC Ii SKos Oa ,y, is..... .................... ( u mn.. 10 US UOUS Ow , t r I .........................:::: "LIBERTAS ET NATALE 8OLUM." r.a.remw 1naMe t l ter~toe df ....".. tae.in.m.".". 3. . ... ...jr o.n t . conS..OY. S:, ** 'o .. . . :.- --....A.. . . .. 10 -_ -- - - - - -,0 . ,_. ,., -. S -ame sia'r--ap '"e b"sIbawItn VOL. V.--NO 41. RAYVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, ()(TOBER 11, 17:3. OIIO]LE NO 17 ,,o.,,---. name ind ontb* S1W In adva tc,. OCTOBER. There k.mer moth in the weary year, A mouth -.f eiaulre randheal t l : When the ripe laiven fall, ad the air i. cdear: Ortoblr : the brown, tie risp, the B -e.t. My life has little enough of ht: I drag the day' of the odd eleven, ltag the : me that shall lead to this, The mouth that ,pens the hunter's heaven. And O for the mornings crisp and white, With the wee.l, of the bunud upon ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 11 October 1873

" THE RICHLAND BEACON. WILEY P. MANGHAM, - Editor. 8. B. BAIRD, Associate Editor & Publisher OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. RayyVille. La., Oct. 11, 1873. LYENH LAW AND THE SITUATION. Owing to the intense excitement alluded to in the following communi cation from Mr. IIE.MLESt, the subject of Lynch Law has been freely dis cussed among the people of our Parish. Had the murderers of aMr. Archibald been captured immediately after the, horrible deed was committed, they would probably have been lynched and the penalty of their crime quickly adnministered by an exasperated mul titude without a single dissenting voice from among the masses of our people. "Hang 'em !"-"hbang 'em !" is the loud and mad cry that would have strangled and drowned every other consideration It would be useless to deny this fact. It is but in keeping with the laws of nature. Hlumanity is so constructed that a sud den outburst of popular indignation may unexpectedly drive any people into an extreme measure. The ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 11 October 1873

Tvu~e..-Ti oK "ii 19s. cLurches, will be held eerye ýYlwd ) night. *"R,. " - C ErtaelpA. lernt Churcb, o the Ippniafeffi coldtW "' -11 ~ ~d at or a t 4 Jr b5m IOT. . C 11. Reynolds. Cu ca w a c u.p- l.ý-l , Firt Sabbath. RayviCsyam, WUai. Third s Itynll ýýLrlrr~WL~ Sabbath Sgu .- Iur. I' 'ý I.dº is a oa h p5st a i 1 will preach repl t in - ob Ridge, isFresa bath " an L.J* gd Sbbath,; at Oak rlllý2 ia . ,tM 11t -t, meet regahrty~*,_~ -10 halt mime * prplue will l - q s a of ~r · - sA » t r attegd7tMT+ wd t 't. Jw_ ~ueelaaa~ ef e . a W~ll tlw 7 dod1 kR ýI11ýi· l Rtll1 w ·i- , iATiWt~l. in'~i14WselIhM imaua 1 oa Ilyi~p~bbi~b Tatxae rg ll !1!I" Woo" "M M _ _ _ _ _ m i A hi awhe.b1 ' WM-h d Howard A~oewlwlIMMPWM A- ;is of ibl, i~iinif'Miý ii , 1>Iý. MA " yell w 'Ieatw_' "ý'_ __ tluS at ' 1i* ,.' a o &iE £ ·uaL thesy.sý 4, a Weofd blO0 many mote. . a pýr e# I)b nmettw tiseiM inwmel t t ehyt w fr~ip cwg S(030 C. r il WC~a.hmg~I11~i Tae' Alm t~s e a"- . p.aser a One r dollars, emld'w...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 11 October 1873

GLEANINGS AND 006WP. -Blackhall has always been famous for the beauty and spirit of its women. In the ante-revoltiory da the fam ily once boasted of seven d s ters, so full of life mad fun sad that they were known the country over as "the seven Blackball boys." Noa of them but could rideshorsebarebeak, row a boat, or swim far out inthesound. Handsome and fearless, they were a complished women, and good house keepers, withal ; hence t had o lao of suitors. Of the oldest, it narrated, that wuen a male cousi, while an vis it to Blackhall became mush interestd, but did not dare to speak, she, oe day, met him going upster a she d soendel, and, mwei him more than half-way (in a double se) stopped, saying, sweetly: "What did you say, cousin?" To whieh, the tremuloaus Young man replied : "' 0I didn't peak, didn't say anything." " Hightimoyou did, cousin. High time yoa did," re plied she, as she passed ea. Theyo u man took the hint, sad a happy marised life ensued. -The word humbug, sysDeQ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 18 October 1873

1 EI .1N ountry Paper Piblaabed eNerDyB!C WILEY P. MANGHAM. wto ye prorieor ll li r aA c aInII11Hl I III II I A h IMI d(I IHW T w . , . . . . . . . .O S q a r , , .. . 6 3 3L B E CS. SI of SqBeAdC YJON. . - COM opy, m ...... .. ; .. "LIBERTAS ET NATALE SOLOM." ý ~ ~~~~ in~ au iin~i ................ S T. eopl b one year, ee .... nequeat one. Ten cIaos (r less CoubttUt eltae the . .O................................ 10o . . . ... . 4 squ -e or. S a : er d o as uu * ' ,,L,,, . , , ....... VAOL. V.--NO 42. RAYVIL E, LA., A LIDAY, ,. (iiL 1, 1 . W HO E NO. 2-17. L, n"n" .""""",. , . . . . .ua.e.. . . .. . . . . . .. ... .. . . . . . - -... .- --.. . . . .. . . . . . .. . . - * .* * * *.. . . THE WOllLD ANDI I. a.LLrT . a5rln'ta?,st . w hether wy heart he giat .,r t. ,. Thbe grow drark with Itihe)l l1CtU i Iciclea hang beneath the eaver; The aster as, iiic th the rrud a Theal 4n~:h she o.,ner eund rnl i', Whether my Life e glad or n*. Whether my life bh sad or no, I The witliers come, the...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 18 October 1873

THE RICELAND BEACON. tic WILEY P. AIGHA, - - Editor., 8. B. BAIRD, Associate Editor & Publisher OFFICIAL1JOURNAL OF RICHILAND. i e Rayville, La., Oct. 18, 1813,C FROM RIOHLAID PARISH,. ju IarvTILLT, September 30, 175;3. at Fulrma RsPUBaLICA : n: It may interest your readers to hear from 1 m this part of the State, through which I am now 6 traveling. Two papers are published in this la parish (Richland), but they do not give the news unless it suits them. They are Demo- 1 c.ratic sheets, and their mission is not to enlight- P en the people by telling the truth, but to dle ceive and mislead by falsehood. The Re publican exchanges which cometothe Beacon llice are not even read y the editor. Its rea ders do not know that Blanchard has eonfess edI. As to local outrages, these papers are carefully silent. ' On the nineteenth of last August one Rob- IC crt Williams, who claimed to be a constable, arrested a colored matt, Joshua Harris, near ti La'ourche lake, eight miles from Ray:ille ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 18 October 1873

E RICHLAND BEACON. SLOCAL ITEYS. e ille, aw., Oct. 14, 1873* I Relglg as. I~Nt Staril.-rThe appointments 1,t ;aptist Church at Rayville, are the st :ty in each month.-Rev. E. B. Rey .. Pastor. etching at Bethel Baptist Church, at Dennis' place, Second Sunday of each tlh and the Saturday before by Rev. E. ;eynolds. PPrOINTmaNT RATrVILa CIRCUIT, M. F aIcH SoorTn.-New Salem, First Sabliath. ville, Second Sat, nth. Union, Third bath. Alto, Fourth Sabbath. Rev. J. t.. Wright, Pastor in charge. R .uEuYTE RIAN..-Rev. D. A. Campbell will ooh regu.larly, at Alto on the Ist Sabbath each ontuth ; at Union Church on Baskin Ige, in Franklin Pa. on the second Sab Ih: at Rayville on the third Sabbath ; at < Ridge, Morehouse, Pa., on the fourth shathin each month. ru RArVlLI.E UNIOa SABsATR SCHOOL. will et regularly on each Sabbath morning, at .f past nine o'clock. Teashers and pupils II be punctual in assembling at the sound th. beIll, which will ring butonce. All le mninations are expected co...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 18 October 1873

GLEANINGS AND 0068 P. 1 -There is nothing like knowug what has become of ancient thins. We a are just informed by a diligent inreli- A gator that the ark is now in a good state e of preservation, but lying under an d eternal mantle of snow, hundreds of 14 feet deep, at an altitude of 17,500 feet sl above the level of the sea ! As snow g always covers the top of Ararat, it is a impossible for say of Noah's descend. t] nnts to go up and find the ark. Furth- a ermore. the ark was smaller than the ti Great Eastern, had three decks, and was s divided into numerous eompartmimts, p for the safety and order of its occupants. li -England is announoel to be the F only civilized country in the world which has not sent home-grown tobaeco to the Vienna "exhibition. Varieties n are shown from Norway and Sweden, t as well as from the tropis and from all I intermediate territories. It is remarked that the value varies throughout very much aecording to the distance from t the equator, and thus while...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 25 October 1873

- EICHLAND BEACON. a" r_ a arm a: - r s . Y AW nAM s mm, .m - i.. 11 11....... d r ch 71f .a; VO:.L.=-........=. =...:ao --- *LIBEBTAS ET NATALE 8OLU . ' U ... ...WHO... NO. 249.-- ----- -i m l ad " b ......... .................... 10 - ý -- - - = . ,,, ,= ."- " º,. ,N.. VOL. V.--NO 43. RAYVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, OC HOLE NO. 249. . , III '= .I , • ,, . .l i -l " ' " "p" i I I . AI I • , I 6 .) Der DIEAM'. C ls T r arTs a P" OOnD.W I aHret th rt dhr of thblll,l l. I ' ott but me twtdt emath ad sky- ti An smabLt and an emrald onme. Hung ad bo!luwe fot me aloe oo M tr it a dream. or can at to .i Tat there o life aprt from me ?T th llht s d color that lap me round Drowsiuy, dully, throwab sy brail, Lte monme rsuarret, vgus re.lm, b S A world of ftcy comes ad ao be shadowy pleasures, sbadows won. Spectral tolls sand troubles mae in FasIinued out of this foolish dream: r :und my ebsamed quet creep d Patmmom e matern that re and wap. C Nay, I know they are mesaniale-, istom of utter id...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 25 October 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACOON. WILEY P. MAIO IM, - - - Editor. L B.AIID,Aaeoi ateBliusu &PdMlig r OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. - Ifarvflle. ILas, Ont. S6, 1g 1i PAYING DEBTS From the pulpit and by the press as well as around the social eircle, the generl lndebt ienes of r people nad a glowlng didscli nation to liquidate such claims, form the topic of f-equent and earnest disacussion. That ex- I borutiona to Aaresty are needed, is a disgrace an pe ople, it is true; hbt if they can be lw duced, by constant lashings, to return to the old lanu marks, 'twere better that smab lash. r ings be administered than that the haltrsld the I culprits he lossed over sad hidden until con tinuance in iniquity uboold so blunt the semi bilities that reproof could efect nothing. As in the physical atmosphere, so in the moral, there are at dilfferent times trdenrciw to differ ent diseases and contagious and the prevail ing evil which, in this day, afects high andl I knw, corrupting elike public aoal and pr ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 25 October 1873

UCH ND BEUOON. i •OCAL ITEMS. .. s lie, lt !, i_ : lvtca.-The appoinutments c f ii Chucil at Rayville, ae the let in each month.-Rev. E. B. Rey- er sing at bethel Deptie Chrch, at Iae' plaeS a Seeaed Sueday of each .a the Saturday before by Rev. E. tblds. I Sistsrt RATVtILLE Calcrtr. M. re r lno 8v.-e--w Sale, Fires Sabbath. ve e, Second Sabbath Union, Third (. Alt, Fourth Sabbath. F ev. J. L. Wright, Pastor in eharge. M i traatis.--Rev. D. A. Campbell will 1 regularly, at Alto on the le Sabbath gi b monthl; at Union Church on easkin b. , in Frankli Pa. m the second Sab-m I Rayville on the third Sabbath ; at idge, Morehoue, Pa., on the fourth al thin eachb month. i Oa RATYILLS UrIto SAlSSaa ScOOt. will " regularly on each Sabbath morning, at past aie ocloek. Teebees and pupils to be pamael is asiembliag at the sound w a bell, which will ring butonee. All de- d inations ar elpeetod eo.operate in the k, and the commaity generally invited to nt. 8.5 .. BData, Sept. m No. S.atiea,...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 25 October 1873

HOUSBIOLD HINT. U rcmnnra p OAT CAK.-SLoak ee pint of meal in one pint of buttermilk I oveor night ; add a small tespoonfal of saleratus, dissolve in water, and wheat I dtour enough to roll out into thin akes; 1 hake on flat tins in a hot oven. Bouzn" Cvwramn.--One quart sweet I rilk, four eggs and six tablespoonftal of sugar must be beaten toether. t the mixture thicken by setting the pil in a kettle of hot water on sthe ove. 1 stirring it all the while. When sold add lemon extract. Fo.Er MItr BALo--l a4 a or two of veal kidney or d meat Ae, mix with it oe or two eggs and a little butter or raw pork; some like onion; season with salt and pepper. Do them up into bell about th arse of half an egg, sad try brwsn. Nsca Cos Basn.-Thiscke one pint and a half of rich buttermilk with cornmeal, to the caistenasy of butter; dissolve oe teaspoonful of sods in a cup of new milk, add a little al, and beat very light; por this into buttred peas, and bake two hours. Serve hot. YTawr CA.-Two cup...

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