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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 August 1881

THE RICHLAND BEACON Is pubt-hed evtLtry turday iornis i , at jTVILl.8, CIUOSIANA, aBY TllOS. J. MIAMIIAM3, Editor and Proprietor. 'Team e4oNbLmeriptlo. W cpyone year . no SS six mofths - - ]. + ' .h1 l!i-ý, one year 1".,1 Adverimlsl Ralles. : _ jIl; r iy l pbtrttoa tt l w. I m. 443 m. rI . I yr. I, , I+,4p 1 I I,; ) I '. " ' t . e , ',, .... ,, , 10 ee'.t pIer lihue, each ,I-..rti'n. Ifor r.aldu,,c mlteror kwIlnnoti'es. :'.i , pr ct..t nmlh.. I, t thoue rates for each clhan,;:, . yearly, ha;f Weatly or qltarterly adver*:tc:ruis. Positively no redn!.onn from above rates for o ~o tenommf latiion of any oln(e. Cash must accompanryevery orhr unle-ý SaSdvertiser or agent is knownil by thle .ro rieor to be a responsible party. i LOCAL MATTERS. sed' Gilt Fdge 1anic cures !)y'pl"in. Don't alt aromud and complain of the dull tires. That will not imnrve ma'tes. bt for the ImniSe of carpenters tools, which ldeligllltfl mnsic, Rayville woutld be cx l ingly dull just now. Thousandlshave use...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 August 1881

FARKM AND iOMNE, a fei F.ors Ra,,.s, the Cerusas may drop from the vines and on account of too much moisture, or too ram much sap from a rank growth when him grown on too-rich soil. Bandy land is surf best for them. To prevent too much righ moisture raise the hill, like a mound, so that the roots will be above the levelof r the surface, and will be well drained. them Plaster is a good fertilizer and keeps off insects. So Lose as the American people prize sugar sweet-cakes, and the New York f hotels consume 1,800,000 chickens and poultry and 5,300,000 eggs every week, the poultry busines in this country will Th remain a good one. Give your fowls warm, clean houses, and dry, grassy nms, if you would have them elear of roup and eanker. And ed them regu- if larly with good, nourishing food, if you fes would have them free from disease, lay up more eggs and be more prodtable every the day. No A coaansromwr of the New York tree Tribune remarks : "When we know ble what the future will re...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 August 1881

S"Liber-tan et Natale Molunn." VOLUME XIII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIIANA, SAT UU'ST I1, 1$i,. N\U.I1I1;l Turn MIMs WA COWl. Tihe hue of her hide was dolky brown, Her body was lean and her neck was slim; One horn turned up and the other turned down, wse was been of vieon and long of limb; With a Roman none and a short stump tail, And ritb like the hoops on a home made pad. Many a mark did her body bear: he bad been a target for all thinge known ; On awmy a sear the dusay hair Would grow no more where it once had grown: Many a passionate, parting shot Sad left upon her a lasting siot. Many and many a well-limed ton Many a brickbat td goodly stze, And many a cudgel swiftly thrown, Had brought the tears to her loving yes., Or bid bounded of from her bony back, With a notes like the sound of a rile crack. Many a day had she paneed in the pound For helping hebrslf to her neighbor's cartn; lany acowardly our and bound mad boen translzed on her crunpled born ; any a teapot and old tia pall Red 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. — 13 August 1881

THE RICHLAND BEACON, ! A Denturatic Weekly Newipaper, i •P-bli hed at- a itywlrle, aIulalama; 4Am LXCBi.LKt Adiertisina Yedins, and Live RIper. ILte very Reatonuble. anti literal t.i..oau| t to Yearly Advertisers. Prlee per Annum, *2S. __. i T808. J. KAUGHAM, - - - - Editr. i Democtratic Tkket ia lisbitsippi. Tbhe spitited contest thb.t has been going on between the warm supp"l'ort.'s of Stone and Bat k;dae!, as the lead itg candidates for Governor, and a few as zealous supporters of Feather stone and Calhoon, for some months past and causcd a deadlock for a while ton the Democra;;c State Convenion of Mississippi, was ended last Friday by the nomination of Oen. Robert Lcw ery, of Ranklin county for Governor; G. D. Shand for Lieutenant Governor, II C. Myers for Secretary of State and W. L. Hemingway for Treasurer. Gen. Lowery had not been a can-; didrte, had scarcely beetIn soken of1 in connection with the :wsitioa previ ous to the day on which be was nom lnsted; but still the Conve...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 August 1881

THE RICNLAUO'EACON 1, published every Iat rday marmiag, *t P-UwiL.Lt, OUsIltANAM, by Tr1HO. l AtdANGRAS, £isue asl Pyiropieor. ine repy,one year - - fi.e * sat months - - 1 25 ,t reltl,ies, onee year *o 1 0 *4,,, " " 1 J00 AdveUrUmaS aue. r41Ac1 1 .1 ,.I m. 3 am. i m. 1 yr 1 tch " I101 8 00 50 5 8 12 I0 ) ' i.ee:l1t 2 o 16 09 8s ) 12 01 20 01 t 3 900 b 00 10 00 1 9o0 25 00 4 a 40l in 00 1 32 00 00' 3s 00 S" 5 10' 12 tl 14 0) 2) )fo 3', 00 S j 6( tO 14 I00 160 23 00 40 00 = 9o0, 15 00) 1800 26 45 00 * . 50' 16 00! 2 00 30 (" Go 00 S" 9 O 1 001 25 0) .3.' 00() l u00 , mo. 1 0, 30 00 4) 00, 60 000100 00 to eeus per line, wea insertion, for reading lthier o er lolices. 2d1 per cent added to lM.ow rates ire each clnge of yearly, half y'trly or qae*atly advertisements. Positively mo redetamn fo thbove rates for the sonemmentation oany one. ltasA mo esn apany every order unless the advertiser or agent is known by the pro" I,riewr to be a responsible party. LOCAL _ATTE1TS. Nine, refreshing...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 August 1881

FARM AND HOME. the mc rams Dauttm m Bas8r.-An Ohio farmer says he has i found by experience that six Cotswold c' sheep will not cosume more than the fiel of oMe cow. (GuarA Fowr ,-Ginea fowls will keep all bugs and inets ofd every de- di scription off garden vmis. They will t not scratch lihe other owls o harm the a most delicate plants. is PoTATo WAr.-It is said that an se immediate and effeetive remedy for lice be on cows and other cattle, also for ticks lto on pigs, is to wash the affected parts 'c with potato water-water in which po. ho tatoes have been boiled. th Crua.r Wos.--If feed is scattered cu under the currant bushes and the hens an allowed to scrateh and pick there they an will keep the ground loose and eat all the in grubs that are in the soil If thisis done il there will be no troble from the cur rant worms that infest buhes where the j" srass is allowed to grow. SRRuDoADo MA na.--The advantages ,of retading manure from the wagon as It it is drawn out are a saving of ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 August 1881

She 5frhlanid kwans. "LibertaM et Natale Snlum'" VOLUME XIII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1881. NUMBER 33. . NUBE Inu WIN @RArgae*' WOOfIe. 4  ne mW.my love, i It wi t ma And keep my sottge In the glee, As pVent mas a rabletbs Am beer s aC etWlag bea. Oh, rest beneath my fterant bower, Whlre sweet streminoam doth entwine Crom, nmell the gentle enulMce And eil the man gel.wqeel vae. Ab! Pttee, to qt.el i .e! The Peaael /nasd bi nae keSh As se e iSatlvely proloIge ThS~erblo of the piaperseL fryoZd the vermicall row I bear the bnlfrng sigh agan- T erackle of the Durbam ewe The otllow er the berkshire bee. Oh. coimle low, erame! the mnm to faer, 'll relebrate. the d wit thee; I'D merrily dlg the lartlett ,er And Lbabe the rotatiga tree. e. hunel yner.clf, my lovely Poll, And. in the care of entI-nmnnp. e':i nmle the tnrke.) In the fall Alsd graft the louag clml on the bhop tiy sweetest! I am fed of ml.h. And the, still evt sre out f,,r me; well early ,nw the urrant boa...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 August 1881

THE RICHLAUNS BEACON. t1 4vyillea. I.olt:iaa a." tle ttgrr . un un. ; . r" I'rite pe-r .-tIian:in. i-; iii THO. J. .AGT!IA', - - .r. .Atla $e,. !,.ir h'ills at ,,':i-4 xero strock )by ::gltnir. an.d ar"t u., 'ire ; the lire w« s follo'.v ! i." .".a ex ,4iosion, 'vhic' !,le.v nsea cn emi.!,,ve in the aill tl:.,ugh do,rs and ..:itdow., atally iai"'ring a veral (or th,n. 'TLe twill wa:, totally .d-strav., ' . Ta. fi;s spread :o tie Futt,:r !t: til W.,rk htlid. a rosin andi turpe,.ine ware Loeo, du;ng considerab'e damagte but not destroyinag the aumill ings. A train of the Grand 'T'runtk Rail road, from Montre :l to Torin:), ('an: da, v as ditebcd ,'er Ogien:-lurr, N. " . , last ~aturd"-l , m1,ornring ant:! ta rt'!bl "vrekeld; but, .: t':. - a.,ay, a-, cf '.he large numuasr of ipand.grras w':ru killed, thcugb tsevral ,.r I.:ijarTd. The cagiacer %% as tV uaniy one killed outright, al:!,ougb tCi tetad.r, l,pggage and cxprcs: cars ti eo torn into ;,l ha a." -t We are pained 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. — 20 August 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. ilo ot and &y. t'eotoa p c.-i.. Tin'ce air, dl!. kews vert ,3Are. 'the tanld fle. Lat. oIk)g lays are S tssed. ."J'rville is isnmrovis .g. i.ife In the old lanl yet. " C,"r'p in the right cuur-e. Advertise it, the beacol. )1id po save your nifolder ( eap guard over your hp.. S =ssr iate witllh re virt,::t at. l)tiot use slangi phlrase, girls. - diligent:n bU.sslres n studly Sow aUllips, if "elare i< a se:tsn. ti '+!the 5ag'1, if they deserve it. tteak :he trutllh or Isull your tlont:e. i yourself undell r all rirevlsatnllie's., twaysI be iln iearch of klnowl)!~a . T. at working ais the crler of ti daay. lie ever pruidlet, rantlioni and dilirete. klcessful mIsera adlvrr'is their bt.inc.. fyaly your-elf closely to your ucac..lation. iNo uiure moouslight promenades this llosaish. 's. Caumpblell prcaches at Kayville to-mor- tow. Learn and ipractsce ecoouamy inl small i r. J. S. Sunfalerlisa a ull a visit to Ms. tiilly i L.aving his rtyider.ce .utad fsene, Se...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 August 1881

FARM AND HOMEL. be e Iwasors AND VTnm.--The CAemt says that ifad lttl lemlde lime be sprinkled on th soil, rat, mine sad - p' ots win soo desertt Pleatsmy be easily protected by from init plage ee by simply baimbng over their stems ag with a olution dit Ita hLs om bees soticed that a patch whih he be treated in this way remsia ee fm a grubs, while the np routed ei radsd about are literally destaed. Pait trees may be grdes from their attcks am bya ttuhingW tho snimpieoeso f w th asmared with a mixturb ad ehiride of lime and hog's lead. Ant ad grubs l- dil ready in posseuloa will the rapidly yi o eate their posloos. po Oa nv.-Toag mair will thrive well if kept in a shed todtlhe madwl ed. The shed my be litted libmlly, butit will be amemy b Seed them at welU Bran and ats with a little ar, will be the bot ied a or them. Give e d pint s day for thou nder a year ands quart aor two dly for yearling Oos- to tiveens I cola weather shuld be ar a fully guarded aglinst, and, if seemary, _ hal...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 August 1881

-"Libertas et Natale Solaumn" VOLUME XIII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1881. NUMBER 34. m | | m m~n  n rm m | a n m  ge minl lmmn la __ -fl -avrJ -- W of a I wnil eat ha k f thee at edl and ,ead, 'cooti Iltyw4lag Its N lewar se 'ottlt I would not shl bais when hIs wa Caarr And left thy boy enly, there for te. I nmea r aw b I with * s armse ar~ased on that uasati hat eat wvas a hur. They aly ld m al ithat Id lost it 11 whna trla thy sbne r oelty sou had ~ewl. trip ThenuW rt tat! tl so I tard Sa, A ii And left the bones when other mouurners state: W; Wlor did I ame on that unhappy day When in the tomb that dradful thing wa laid. nea To na thou art sot dea, but gone an hour Into anomthr eomntry, fair sad sweet, Wherethn a ahltty me undisovered p",4rer be kept Is ymi ad beauty tall we meet. Thiu I ca feel that any given day I renim rejont thee gone awhile before To felign cames to pass dull work, asway, By weaderlag an the broad Atlantic shore, read Wharsea long wave tha...

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 August 1881

THE RICHLAND BEACON, A i)EaIcnat:c Hekly Newq-ulper, 8 ---'rtihhed at- ft Riayvile, L hiWauaat d " *l slca, xCa:urr II Advertising Medium, and Live Paper. eles very Reasonable, anid ,ileral dliscuunt to Yearly Advertniers. Praee per Amaum, $s.3. THOS. J. MAGOAM, - - . - - Editor. S. ---- ---- V The Circuit Judgeship. i The Monroe Bulletin suggests to a the members of the Monroe bar that, a if they do not take some action in the c matter, the appointment to 611 the t vacancy on the Circuit Court bench 1t caused by the resignation of Judge Farmer would be made from some t other bar. As we do not see why I Monroe should moaopolise the judicial ofices of both the Circuit and Dis trict, we suggest that the members of the Richland bar select and recom mend some one of their members for the appointment. We will second the recommendation, and do not see why be should not stand as good chance for the appointmen as any one. -- --...------ We have dropped from the roll a large number of sobsc...

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 August 1881

THE RICHLIO SEICON s published every aturdlay morning, at F$ a LLZ, J,012n11 A I. nAWNGAn, r sad roprietor. .4 . .. . . - Oot. else. - - 1.25 ains a enrt * 1000 iZn e, * e - - 15.0( rses. I w.I I m. 3 . on. I yr. i 1ch . 1 00' 3 b 55 0 8 w(0 12 2(H) 'i . (al! 6001 68 ! 120.1 20 00 S001 8 4% 10 15 0 ls 25 (10 S 4 10 00 1200 18is n 4on an0 M S 0ot 12 095 14 01 20 00 31 00 I6 O 14 00 16 00 23 (1 40 00 l7 00 15 00' 18 i 24 01o 43 (1) " Os 16 001 22 001 0I 50 ,0 , 9 00 18 00 25 01' 35 0,i 6) 00 . .1 00, 30 0Jl 0 4000 , 6049100 00 1u er** per tine, each insertion, for reading aWeer r n . 2oe 25 per cent added to oe ates for each change of yearly, half yearly or quarterly adve4taements. Poitively no redaction (o above rates for he omaammodatioe of any one. Cash moet aompany every order unles the vertiser or agent is known by the pro, 9pisor a be a reeposible party. LOCAL MATTERS. The price of i saes and Devoin Fat ages combined is $3.3. t3. There was a splendid rain in the south aet portio...

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 August 1881

ORI JUVENILES. The Lest Dell I en, e hd a sweet litt:e dall, dears, I1 Ic lettest dll In the world; Iii r chee~k were so red and so white, dears, and her halr was so charmingly curled. 7.zt I lost my poor lttle doll, dears, As I played In the bhesth meday; Anl I crled for her more than a week, dears, uat I never could And whee she lay. I found my poor little doll, dears, As I !ayed in the heath one day; I ;ks ray she is ternb:y ohanged, dears, TI.r her pant is all washed away; Id her arm trodden off by the eow., dears, n.id h, r harlt not the least bit curled; t* , f r old E·ke stake, 0he is st ill, dear, Tl:e ,rttle-t dn;l In the world. 1,/ r K..'lqw-.oy. *opsrs., Once upon a time there lived far away on the broad prairio one little 1 inely girl. To het sure her fhther and mother livedl aith her, and they were all very well in their wa. When it was led-time or nap-time, nothing could iOe icer than to cuddle int4. mamlua's arms in the big rocking chair. Or, if bhe fell down an...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 3 September 1881

""Libertan et Natale .Solum'" VOLUME XIII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1881. NUMBER 35. -a ,mW.mAa. by eYr a.a iumoin uIs pI in Anal bi -abumlarllht N mi £Alh dmbr des ibm. bad. tuelr, pot b"..oa .asks sus,; I 1 A..}d~sass OLlat&W. whimore uemmy,.a I -1s qvl 12 ate" bdm for1 m Waf seari h "TMmhe3.bhd bibsu rots 1"w K us ri fella has Au-I-a""r~m Jim.l Ass al m d .omea~tL ba; ws rrso orb" I do pm ad* ma 114 la Myv Imab In deT :i soma wha of sarmw uma" Wll AMIst M ha Lotn - ml ohiM; I Arai Mwesm as e W h "The I M hs tb wa ainui " wi Ikl us Ji · I r haI To I~m mWvo auks nilm dl goh eovhlbahqoml Sems Trn ps ofm al uml -a M: hma b arloi to pl TOhn, sobsmltas I Unha Dm Mm'i 3.1kmr, Oh!~L wham F.oWmlbao l p, h YE uOSdldrll daa, c To rs Iass; titr o u 1 a a m . s no M m l U S Ti.'.hm pi s -I be O hi oh Iskisru wos oo = pra, h r I rlr ft" so WOU asssir: r Nibs meh b t L tls ubs nses I A STRANGE STORY. 1m a beekwood'. daughter, ses Uoas b he wld onad ofthe Saraa, f~lashmevi...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 3 September 1881

THE RICHLAND BEACON, A Dcrnlcrat c Weekly News !alr, C -Publithed at-- ato ayrvite, I.o lalaa; Le 1A2 S1CP.LLC5l Advertising Medium, and Live Paper. c' Rates very Reasonable, and itieral tal-cuu,.: 4lCu to Y.rr!y Advr'-irc its Price per Annum, S2.30. on TH08. J. &ANGOHAM, - - - - - Editor. et cue The store of Mayer & Co., near len Lomond, was destroyed ,by an in- Ier cendiary firelast Sunday uight. Loss, Ne $5,000; insurance $4 fO. the Wa. Blud.vortb'ha dry gods and "i crockery estahlihlrnvt t ast. Sazara'' toi saloon, at Shrevt-ort, wert detestroyed '1i hvy fire last Monday night. I,ot:, $15,000; insurance, $8,010f. t h E. E Marks, river reporter of the oJ New Orleans I)emocrat, shot Win. ., Fisher, a white Land he had er.!loyed ,, on his boat, at Point Pleasant, Aug. ,u 25, he says fir threats'in;l his life. l;t The States of last Md,,ay reported that the New Orleanus sumnwcr absen at tees were flocking home, and pro diet- a ed that by the first of S eptitner the numb...

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

TrE WL ICNLAO BEASON l publtshed every Saturday morniung, at - Bt . t. IANG-HA.M, nr and Proprietor. , "fubseriptien ne ', ;- y - I IxP c÷ .9 year 1,* 1.) "en * ".' - 15 Advertisang Rater. rPACie. I w.f 3 m. ' n 1 yrr Inch .$1 r3v 3t 5' ;: 1't' 4 4 1 * 1 1 'iN* 12'S P' I I' on 'o I , - Y L 'i ll ; lI' 21:" 1 I '1 . , t " . 1111 1, 1 . I ' ' Ito I()' 0';, 5 ., 1 ! i11t; ; f) 2 2 t ' 10 ee'ts per lite, eachi iet.illn. fir reli ag:K tatter or letalnotieer. 25 per cent al,°e to tBnve rate. for each charlige .f yearly, half t ~'early or quarterty tadve tinemtc . r Posirtvely no reduction from above rates for i the aocommoddtion of any one. Cash must accompany every rrdir iuni,.-" the Sdvertaser or agent is known by the pru. rielor to be a reepunliible part•y. LOCAL MATTERS, The price or tI.e Ilacl and Detroit FIat ýaas coimbnoJ i, $.:.3. tf. Owing to the drought, we soppo'e, the hick bry nut and a..orni rryps appear to be a coin tlete failure. We learn tllhat Blg Creek swampI ne**h (,f ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 3 September 1881

PAM AND NOU th IJasriox r a Cow.--When a cow - her food it is a symptom of Be tation in the stomach and indigos. b. probably arising from the presence ak too mech acid. Oiv her two drachms me carbonate of ammoaia with cue ounce grund ginger in some scalded bran, a day or a week. Afterward he d have a little salt sad pounded toeo k every day M lng as s he, ' rill take lt. 9 d* ooDa.u am Mce bsma-Xxam m -Keep only those cows that yield but. a er of good color, avear and texture. b hire we sae crows from which no one p .s get good butter. pFeed only good. a sweet food, the best fir butter being a early-et timothy and clover hay sad h norn meal, and give only pure water. e Observe the most scrupulous cleanliness in the dairy and stable. Keep the cows In good health and contented. Use a shurn that bring the butter in thirty ainutes. Keap the temperature of the anilk sad aam as ne to 0 deg. as possible, and churn th erama when only d plightly sour. Work the buttermilk out ao the butter wi...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 September 1881

"Liben'tal et Natale Solumn'" VOLUME XIII. RAYVILLE. LOUISIANA, SATUIRDAY, SEPTEMBER 1i, 1SI.. NUMiBER 4.; A i'IBrl5DM BALLAD. oT 3WEOS1 J. mALL. Away down Det, where mountain rills Are through the beller Sowia', Wbere nattle browe pon the h ull When e·mmer winds are blowia' Where to the mooselght winter alghts The world puts on seek spleador, Whe, young folks go to stagm' achoi An' git kind tender; Where village goelps bhear a' tell Tbe'r kind of haramlw slander, Thaese lived biaeyed tehetatrl And beast young Philander. ehltabel was jeet as sweet As' fair as summer weatber; She bed the euted blele feet That ever trd in Mather. Aa' the those mild, n sot eyes ' hbrw Wy! elder wernt no clearer They wade Philender's viage burn Whenever he sot near her. hilander he was tall an' thin, A kind o' slender feller; Re bed a eurt o goelia chin, Hli hair w loag ds' yeller. Dregt in his g-to-meetln' cloe', A steadia' collar portin', Re weat down croa-lots Sundlay aghts, To eacon 8pencer's, gou...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 September 1881

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