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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 1 November 1873

RICHLAND BEACON.RCLNE ON A 3m3 Uw Country Paper. Publeh~d ever.yI ae f dets Uanrday II-rning It P S. 1 W1T.1'Y P. M4ANGI{AM, o 4 WS0(AU'agwf Editor anad Projprwtot. to.P C h aS7. %oI.Io2o 1. 3. MAID. £uocate Editor and Pub~sher. ; C a r o $) 2le~yNmnb ........... .511 "LIBERTAS ET NATALE ____M. Teti conpfa., li club. ,.e year. each.. ... . 2.0W) Act.ruaooee a : '' ifJ Single oji-................. q t.fo h le n.r~n: V ' rec SW All aub eroptemhotaitauhlyIn aflnnee, ll. i iT VO.I.-1O4.RYIL ASTRA.NVME 1. 183 WHOLE''W NO. nemt~~~ii tutore. upon.' thet lit nilte cc.pu, t, It de. The rllit.t heart wh ch Grief atsaile TrP tt- rlt arll b.,,..,s:ib 0);e r the rnle, T ft h I . I it- i*T i. i"'e r r t r vlAl i Atmn-mi s t... it h. hit 'i-sru toI kn:oti k llat a"l :I . '- :i r" i a'r-. .f wo|le.' 4 tnai .resaece. O noifr . Ilt nt.t h yi.v n:t: i a ti Irve. Irnth "f ll u .i tro ud impirtI wtal the which WIn. f -1- and Pa.' rati , ui. cou'tfait soul. He frmni this tana I marticmar orbit it.i Wi...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 1 November 1873

JaSl RIORLAND BEACON. r Iw. i e. cena,--- -- h. w 1"Y P. - A-CRA ,-- Editor.. a8. BA IRD, Associate Elitor r Publisher I SOFFIC1"A JOUHNAL OF RICHLAND. Rayf ille. La., Nov. 1. 1873. PARISH CONIVEITION. We have been requested by a nnnum r of iitizensto state that a Parish Convention wi i be held at the Court Hous.,, in Rayville. at '2 . "eit M. on Monday. the 10th ihn:. for the rurpne of el..eting delegates i represent RiLb land Pars;h in the State Convetin to nssen. I,!e in New Orle3nr on the ?4th inspt. All who foel an interest in the McEnery Govemnemt are exreered so evince the amne 1," being rrsent at the Parish Convention o. Monday, the 11th. The followins 'etter from rtov. McFsk to m one of our citizens will ex. plait, itwelf,nd cays all that we could say in urging the citizens of our Parish o a discbarge (f :heir duoy. Nis OntrrLa.Oct.25th 1 53. New Orleans is moving enerpetically in the t.atter of Election of I)eleates to the ('on vention to assemhle here on tie 24th of No ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 1 November 1873

8u RITCHmAND BEACON. LOCAL ITEMIN. tyville, La., Nov. l4t, 1~473. ltelltwou.. )'rtIt Stavl~a.--T'h *ppointtnentls ,o r! the Baptist Cltturh at Rayville, are the 1i , ;undays in each month.-Rev. E. B. Rey tohls, Pastor. Preaching at Bethel " Baptist Chnurrh, at 'as. Dennis' plce, Secnnd Sundlay of r:a'h naonth and the Saturday beforec by Rev. F. B. Reynolds. Arrpolavarit RATV talLI CracItr. M F. Cacnce SouTa -New Salem Fir.t Salhbtlh. 11 Ravville, Semond Sabmhtth Union, Third , Sabbath. Alto, Fourth Sabbath Rev. J. I.. Wright, Pastor in charge. Pasav~t aaAs.- Rev. D. A. Campbell will prea*h regularly. at Alto on the It `abbhnth in each month; at Union Church on Balkin ' Ridice. in Franklin Pa. on the second rah bath; at Rayville on the third Sabbath; at Oak Ridgre. Morehouase, Pa., on the forth Sabbttbin each month. Tea RATVILte U1stow Staaail SCHOOtL will meet remglatly on enctl Snhbath morning. at half past nine n'clock. Teachers and pup ils will be pnnctual in assembling at the s...

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

NODUSCLD sINTS. Bonam Ov-ra.-One uart swer tah, four eggs ad a ix Wbepoom of r must be beaten teetr Let the mixture thicken by etting the pail in a kettle of hot water as the stove. stirring it all the while. When cold add lemon extrma. Faonc MAT B . a--bo or two of real kidney or o p meat fin, mix with it one or two eggs and a li e butter or raw pork; sm like oni ~; season with salt and ppper. Do th up into balls absout the sie o half an egg, and fry brown. Nicz Coa Bnusa.-'Tlekemoce pint and a half of rich buttermilk with corn-meal, to the eomeasltray of butter; dissolve one teaspoonful of sods in a cup of now milk, add a little salt, sad best very light; pour this into bttered pans, and bake two hours, Serve hot. Ysasr Can.-Two cups of daugh, one oup of sugar, one eup of btter, two eggs, one tablespoonftl of inn mon, one cp of aisin. Stirthe but ter and suacar well together, bet the whites of the eggs, dd the dough and stir well; add the enuamoa, an last of all the raisins. rol...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 8 November 1873

RICHLAND BEACON RICELAND BEA(CON. am a " ms " v ow.. .... r a. .IL P. NIA . . .. . ..I - ii i ll I I Il l ll I I I I i I Il i 1 l -I 0 w .tS lb ra: __ _ `". :::::::..... . ........................lTrBERTAS ET NATALE SOLUX." _ VOL. V.-NO 45. RAYV`ILIE, L.1.. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1873. WHOLE NO. 2Ci. OLD FANMER BaOWR. a isio Ia UI&,. FrPm the Imreatlea old Ier rewam mI hnme with laork of eare; e threw bL hat am the loor, sat at down In M old ,lpfnt-b'toed cbhair; s wipe Me sweat from hi lrippl heg bw, . p- adot hu od Jacih; Swhl aW b ae to elfo awhile, ad erre to Prom bear q'mhlet sad tidy Mibeuli oshemn he opt dre. wit her mas lamed s p to her souese .iI her Ir-t psamed up before. ab looted au feae, wrtlad sad wam w thu Ms Whem ehe rw th sgrd hadpeless look ao the hans of airu.or Prows. Thes Iowa eo hr wrela r shi  l, he sme Ir po am w. but lMame al looked to Seamh i'm e Ie alt' eua, abwebla tnseek, eseaaneWrme best n4rruse i'ns esum to Wit, mht dImt bri a' wLheu mempOa se'...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 8 November 1873

THUa ts LN s3&c*. ýtk WILEY 1. KAZHAM, - - . Editor. .B. IRD. &ei teiriser f to th o: ar.. :_ * tive OFFCIAL JOURNAL OF RICIt-AND. *am me, Ls., Nov. 8, I . c*r KLwis W Ulamm.. w PfttIsgo OR POa A M(IA or asa di The moat important case on the crimhlel our docket of our l)itriet (tart, for the pemea der term, is the  tat of lanisihua, vs. va _ i Uj u Robinson, for the murder of Mr. Thomas Ar- eat 4 chibald. It will be seen from nour rertrbe- Stat low that in this case an appliatalo bhaL been fact filed fora change of rene. This is Ishig g ma more thatn what might be expected in a case iea f this kind. The grounds alleged in jistifi- aga ention of this move, we presume to be a sap. ran ;itnii th:t the accused cannot get jutice at Ihe the lands of a jury in Richland l'arimh.: p. If this he the plea, was there rver a more Mr. glaring and outrageous intult olered to the w honor Ani intellijeuce of any people, than the ner rtatenants set forthl in l.his application. To site ray ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 8 November 1873

I e .lli . 17. BeagI.ms. DI)vis Srnves.-The appoinltments of the liaptist Church at Rayville, are tie let Sundays in eack ma.g*e'v. E. B. Rey nolds, Paitor. . Preachinig It Me A. , at Jas. Dennis' Is, Second Sunday Of seh mlonth and the b ra w re b I Re. E. U. Reynolds. A rrotraw v m & ($ ( ,_. E Rayville, d Sabtºh. Alto, Rev. J. W%. bF earge. PtaresTrelatA-Rew. D. A. Campbell will preach replapry, ALo a theo s SbIbath in each mwath; at Usisa (eroLh ai b.kia Ridge. in Franklin Pa. on the second Sal iathl: at Riyville on the third Sabbath ; at Oik Ridge. Mi,re hotue, Pa., OR the foleth Sablbathin each meath. 'Tum Rarsa.v a UxIro SmAsam ScnoOL will mort reghulrly ea ach Sabbath morning, at half past nine oclock. Teacers and pupils will be peelteat in assembling at the emad of the bell, wMcb wit ring Ibtones Ailda nominations are enpelted co-opee la the wirk, and the ceomanltty gnertmlly nviteld to attet-l. S. B. BAIRD, Sup't. .1 o. SArwaas, Set'y. - hm.. - gamR.ar eemmunieald...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 8 November 1873

-Turkish oMeers sea prowling round this country, taking notes of our i provem nta in reW-arm. -Chlnrnfm.rm will remove paant hfrom woven fahrics when beasole or bisal phid of arbon fagis. T)r. Bmew-8 says that be has meen ffteen eases wherl drawing ao the reat toe has hada saeiogs efeot upon the brain. -An Entlish female witneprema ily definaed court-ship to be "Locking at each other, taking hold of each other's band, and all that kind of things." -A gam which has amy of the valu able qualities of rubber, and whieh may be vulcanised with sulphur, his been mrloueed by an eperim t Canadian from the mlk-wmd plant, and flax and other seeds. -Dr. Gaudia of Paris taxes our eredulity by asserting tbhat in a drop of wa-er weighing a grain and a half there are as many at -as of oxygen and by drogen as it takes grans of sand o cover the bottom of the sea. -The Indians of Bad river re not such a bed lot after all. This year they have raised 3,000 bushels of cats, 1,000 of corn, 5,000 of pota...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 November 1873

RICILAN EICHLANDBEACON. lop Mid ~ECOU` A MId Kb. Osuntry Pta.. 1rIIaI c }a.tes of Adytimng. Saturday Morning. WILEY P. MANGHA KM, -- M _ 1 Tdcar and· Proprietor. 11I '"·"·I ::' "~~(ff~~~"'"O _. 13, Laciats ZEdim smad Publiherr. I Tomsr of Bubsoription: ,.*yu... ·nI(i"r~l O~ One copy, oae year ........................... '1t'. RN1F1t mNnt; I[.... ............ ......I ii l1; 1 l- ý [ l., 1. E ý No *Y . ,"1. Ten copites. in 5I2. vane year, acb.···- .. I Singl copiers............. ..... ................ -· llr cr teda n1rlar~ Sc·l·lrce i -' All snt barr Tp lurc invariably ints ýouter ed upootptenartnowtheellbl rrtpsllci. S·I-,r S) ,,I.rYlulc~;1Crdr C0.0P nOQ u ý" 1 ` 111. N 11I'll F., (..1.. \ , A't rti !I' DA Y. N VE.'iI a I:), f :," X COMING AND G;OING. DR. ". T. CLARK. Winds, to-day, from yvud, r him, b:nwing thrn h Bore their fragra ,e t., a baby alwh hadl twiver breathed tb.f re. But the dear old nm:n who knew them, just an fresh and purple then, Seventy years ago, an noll, will u...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 November 1873

WILEY P. MAIGRAN, Editor. . B. BAIRD, Asociate Editor Publisher OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. Rayvile. L&, Nov. 15, 1873. A TERRIBLE EH D. A NSw Yoaz paper recently contained nn taccnlt of thle colavictiol of- Canadial,. arnm ed Henry E. Daves. and seve!al Ensli-h confederates, at St. Petersburg. where tiley had broken into 8t. lasses church and int. the nauseunm f the imperial winter palace. teslilng from there a large quantity of pro eogs stones, INvies, formerly a residlent if New York empnyl,$I by a firm dtealinre it, fire-proof safer, was sentenced to penal servi tude for life it; the gold mines of the aal, and arrived at Dirtnroy SutI;l.on. The guyo eomr of the penal cololny told Davies thlat Misconduct on ihis part would be vigoroustly pubred with time ntzi (thie terrible whip wish wthiel Rnssaian conviete are Ilshed.) Da vies during the first week worked quietly itm the mine. However, it became apparent to the keepers thit ant imndependent spirit began to prevail amst ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 November 1873

....LAND BEACON. LOCAL ITEIS. Ral ville, La., ".-ov. -If, !ST*. Rl eligomus. lIvIaml StCtvlca.-rhle appuilltmllents Cf the Baptist Chur,'h at Rayville, are the I-, Sundays in each month.-Rev. E. B. Rey nolds. Pastor. Preaching at Bethel Baltiot Church. at Jas. Dennis' place. Second Sundlay of earc, i month and the Saturday before by Rev. E. UI. Reynokls. APPrrotw:iTu RATVrLLI CItRCrT. i F. CaRnca ,St T--New Shlln. Fir-t Satibath. Rayville, Second Sabhlmh Union, Third Sabbath. Alto, Fourth Salbbath. Rev. J. t.. Wright, Pastor in charge. Pausalrruant.-Rev. D. A. Campbl, l will preach regularly. at Alto on the I st .abitth, in each month; at Union Church onr Bakin Ridge, in Franklin Pa. on the second Sal hatll; at Rayville on the third Saleatl, : at O0tk Ridge, Morehu,,e, Pa., on the fourth Sabhnthin each'b month. TaIt RATVzLL UNIo SAnATH ScHuooti will meet regularly on each Slabatsh morninr. at half past nine o'clock. T.eachers and pupil. will he punctual in assembling at the sound ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 November 1873

POPULAR SCIKNCE. Gleantna teemS ' e W .,ld . Discovery t ,p sd IvOat n es. -The popular fallacy that lhons,- 11 plants poison the air of a room by the pub exhalation of arlbonic acid dring the j ir night, has been demonstrated by recent cap: experiments of Prof. Kedzie of the Michigan agricultural college. To make tt as conclusive a test as polsil,le, ilt.Iad t of taking the air from a room contain ing a few plants only, the professor gathered it from the college gr,:- : house, where more than i;,lt I plant; were growing. The room ha.l I.,, l r. closed for more than twel e hours; and ' if the plants exhaled earlbo,nic acid to anll injurious extent, the analysis of air from such a room would certainly dlis close this fact. Three spec mens of 1 ",,tt this imprisoned air were gettheredl t. shortly before sunrise, from different ,, . parts of the room, the analysis of which c·,'r gave 4.11, 4.00, 4.00 parts of carbonic 'i' acid in 10,000 of air, or an average of , 4.03 in 10,000 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. — 22 November 1873

RICHJAND BEACON fil ha A !lUsIire Country Papier. 'aiblimbed retryi _____ ~M RLICiur 'I~. Pblb ~r atcs of Advertising. RRnkl y Nnruing. WILILY P. MIANGILAMr, l l Edior ad 1rtj I'lriator. Ii E. n. DATED, Asmociate Editor snd Publisher. Terms of 8ubsoript ton: f Onepr o;neea............................ 1' Ogle l rl, yCix nilllll ........................... "T li i lýI 'f.1ttii ET ' t\ . It1' .1T.T: 511.· ljlM ly Ten mpiqir, i rlubs one year, oaoP ............ 2 iM, . o~t...tii& i. I L **..r ~I~ .r .IIULQWI & CV' All acred , nthe"Had latuntý'i e t " * ;ý.n`.ý OL. V.-NO 17 h ll tl . ,', I,.., 'ý:1i'l (,).11, O1''I: (3 : ý"_'"'.; ,ý: .IN' I1 1. :NO I4~l ~ ~ I~·, 1 5 Ijsj 'F*P. f·tSOf ;Th ardli r f ti ,hie itt lIIf Ir.a i, r i r. , r ., A tir ih a whtI,. *iti i+ , k I , r 1:: . . Ai .I itlw t,,r " .,l I,,r , : ; I..t.l.l , .r. . I WIrmk fr Ilxanc'l l.. r r":.. A;1 Il tI. " tr.. lj. rr . r'.: t.l at . I% ,r ,, it. A '.l jIt.- ,i'1Iat ;; "n," It, I. ,rl t : %'.,iI Ilia han | if; h *...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 22 November 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON.rd a l WILLY P. kA GHAM, lliter. 1t a,'d fifty ...ix sett.., ons )tIi F 10 acres, 1Onh a.t r section 20 township IT north r2n1l 1 cast Total l io the sixte .eve" dI.la'c ad the Sirty e i nts. pt ii fr t .a it n tt"f Ta'xes, :11111 ($s184'lt~IV artt . Ca1. ell- J .sse-u0 acrs- 'ast I. oe ast half, north et qr tf north .th west half ue vdoet half sI twio, 1. Siownship 1 at rth rang, 7 e.-t Ial. t1:1 1"1lf \ :n.;' It tat-trlei t ail 1 or It 1.:1r1 Ihea it~ nnt May ieI tt I 1axes eighty twof dollars ant nine t four cen t s. Cbhat W F 120 Scre.',, Ieast half f orth west l r, north east qr tt south est qir see 30 tIown*hip 1i northh range 6 east Towal taxet nin ty right ollars andt la eighty ne cents. Dunham Mrs Mt A 15 0 acres, south I il vil1:- ' r ai l "1-thaf =1'11'Itt "1:' 1.Ii t1 t a-h iwerst qr of north wa1 t :qr, wtst nit'f south west qr and north I at hf r -f "t8 south west Hqr : totwns'hip I:10 inrth I:t v-h \\r'k' Elt~-t "11 ' riitrlll ata. l"i t ~t r1nge 8 ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 22 November 1873

THE RICHILANDl BEACON. *rert 3 p I.... No . 22.11t3. W Wetr j44'5 Cl t1 io 'i't i .. (44 . ' ..'. : 44 m 'I.." h"1; IMr'.i trIa r .c. g it 'tr gi 1-x.1t1. it, ' 1- n". ('I14t 1 :1u.. 1 I~'hg a 'rt the ! f4 tfl.''t7 , l"t,.n 1h~la .". t .r 11 ofr in I:I 1 i- · I tr .Ieh t. e. i .' Ill.-:re !'t4, . :i t ". ! )" 1. 4 e ?"I.. ' Il !""r'e . 2Ii . ..: ,*' Ii, r ' It ni wal i . hi f-,I.', jia. * i i' .tint I' fin 11 V.!1 "1 .5...~ cl1:11:1 . .. . , ttill""tl. ·I n i r i.,,6 ;' ~ 111 ( c."-· \h"t. 'a..ii N..cL .· it - n il.l I"I ii ' 4 ia ai t :'tit . hrl , 'i'. 'r"'. tir i r t..,5," I ( i the 1' .111 1t . . !r "tWai t 'mll n io l i+lac c.` I 144'414 t ie' II : rui: i-,: 't by iC'." , n d. "'1 lr-" u e u" 4.,r it ti f , ' I ,l . Niik&. 1.Ut .' TIlE i.II. ".L , AI'I -I.-u ..IU: r t.(- :1 veil 't1au.l I ni-.t" InrE ("1't L'Ii 6 i: 1 '"t an ,f It, f' *. .r'l ` i,." f ' rL'i I ' 1' . 1 ijin ar l I is 'tilt f Iii. -It. f:4Al '1,.(4i"r 4 .. n'ilre 44 11 liikt."rc ii ' f 111' .i" .! .i~ f to 4...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 22 November 1873

POPULAR 0SIENOL INHERITANcE OP Vcwtous HArrs. We find almost as effectual and con tinuous an intervention of heredity in the transmissions of passions and senti ments of a very different order-those which incline to vice. The liking for strong drink, habits of debauch, a pas sion for gambling, acquire in some per nons a degree of force which can be so counted for only by some fatal organic organic predisposition derived from their ancestors. "A lady with whom I was acquainted," -es (ama Machado, "and who posesee a large fortune, was possed of a passion for gambling, and passed whole nights at play; she died young, of a pulmonary complaint. Her eldest son, who was in appearance the image of his mother, had the same passion for play. He died of con sumption, like his mother, and about the same age. His daughter, who re sembled him, inherited the same tastes, and died young." The heredity of a disposition for theft, rape, murder and suicide, has been proved in several in stances. Sowxr...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 November 1873

-.II I_ I I I I. . I I lm l I I I l a i i iii i i ! i II i lla u-- -- I a~ i I i- il ii i I III-- __I RICHL BEA RICHLAND BEACON. A Ifnl LrSn Country PAperX. Publihbed every saturday Morning. WILEY P. MA.NGHAM, 'a. wl JI.LI - . ditor L ad Proprietor. Oncopy, iz .oen.......... 1 y . .s.u. 1.. a Ten copes.- In ---- -- y, -i.x. montI 2.onO "LIBERTAS ET NATALE SOLUM lo." Ting leop, pi cub. . ....... e..... . 2.00 _.._ Bingsecoples................................. 10 ndterimed uo h t the rate of $1.88ip w .1-quagess .hemnt tamertbon and 75 ceuts for each All eubenriptlo nsvariably in advane.. N. W- .nbequm e ,. Tea line. or las conlst1ate C Ae i.......... .... .....aiýb . . VOL. V.--NO I. RAYVII, ,L;, LA., SA'l'TIN)AOPY, NOVEMBER "J, W OLE.NO. 25. "" .e S"il.V , N o ., . -,40ina ,.0; BY HIRY T. TANTON. I% there no ueeret plac on the fare of the earth Wher.e eharity dwelleth, where vlrtae' bathIs tirtis? Whlerre tnaipani In anlercy and kiL.dnese. will hems,, And tlhe is)r and the wr...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 November 1873

1iiE RIICH1LAND BEACON. ten "V'il TY P. :('A , . . .A".r. -l,, .B. t'." ID, A. ocie t litor d'ut'lishir tea t11 I " .L.,:" L F.. \ iliHi LAr D . 1}l': Iay.ville. Ln.. Nov. 29. 1873. . THE WAR NEWS. :te: tekerlis -',ck to convef the tal idlea that there will le a peaceful qolu- t1 lin of thie diiltculty wi'h spa:in. The htali " fa'ctl oun whi*i this idea rese, ti i, thatt C(' telar, b. d by the Brit- del i-h .Mliit.t.r. ,,:1 o:.aes an arhitration sl ! to dettermine an i-sue which it must he evident can neve:r he sai.-facturil d,, detertitned for the Unittd tale es o e n iuch tern;. as niy EpunI-h Goverf.- ih Ilnett t vcer canl or w\rill accept. tOur ;(lovernllient has geone too far to Ie- L" cede wi'hout di lienor anid pol,ultar ditfavir. fr' li Ipriitions lai hu the hIa pride of Spein woult!d revolt at. F Nothing i-hrt of the wilthdr:aw:d of ,heir desl.-otic ce ntl'°l freen the i-la l!, ,i lthe rt'ecegni'i-n of tLe hI,(lli;i trten it rights of Ihe Cubans, or the tr.unfe;.r , f 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. — 29 November 1873

.." Laive. MS. _, Davte,. . nle mppeasueata of ttte enpriat COL L Rqpiiille. the. 1St aiolw" in e. .aeth.-RI..:I. S Rey Prehgibingat Be " at 2I Dennis' enn Awoenux*1a Ratvu.tt.5 ~ct*t M Rayues, IsM Saba th aesaTh lSbbaths. Alta` ~hb Rev J. s.. kH Ph esuuz -av 'IlbA, qyý'. Ridge, i. the Cumd . bmarb at thir ad'54 ~th;t Oak h. u eia *tivt Sabbathin ewb ,.1ev sd citmtmunratifna or 1Ra F1 ct1.Nb S*. mo Wed. wasday in each month. P. M. RYAN, W.:. M.. W. X. yw, Seeeemry. W Ait.:d~d la L a. I. Pnt lMka., f. , Pw h Rowr que maa "j&' Pew rlrk, ar our 'Hainriuru apron for M T. A MAN Isacs was recently buried %uame clothes in which be had Tim Ireateht depth otqbe Paclic Ocean bstweea CaJifornia and China 4 is osy~aabt two sod a bsaiesM". Tu. Cardif fiant is sold to have been sold reesst*r Io Now Orleans for the man S WshMrarifrei le, E Ird4m that toA SEm *N VIP" I. lmb ~I, J"- . " * O .> ig r 6p 4rlr f C` non t A~t a lahera. s' sLdamelh I sodYII bpp"AL M 2L IM Agra CI9 Qi i iri tom. we...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 November 1873

HOUSE. PFAR AND GARDEN. 'tSe UceamSee eK the KUtehem ean the Daa. 1 WoiwA on FAMx DArmrto.-Dairy- 1 ing should be promoted to a greater ex tent, and while I would in no wise de preciate these extensive factory enter prises, I believe they cannot surpejede the necessity, nor should their existemee furnish an excuse to avoid the t rpip of farm dairying. If, from an our farmers should abandon the ensmom of producing sufficient amount of lat ter and* cheese for the eonsumption'od their families, a short period of time must prove the fallacy of the hemes. Farmers' daughters generally take too little interest in household matters. Cootwo Casruss uss.-Tn the first place select ripe fruit and remove all defective berries. The releeted fruit must then be thoroughly washed through several waters; one washing is not enough. To every pound of fruit add one pound of sugar. Put them into a preserving kettle over a slow fire. Do not hurry the process of stewing. To prevent the berries from stickin...

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