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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 8 August 1874

HE RICHLAND BEA&CCON. Nix !LOCAL I I, 'N. t i Ita r ll. , it . I" . .. .. lk . -. ll r t , -. t n,. t. It e I RiA,, in Franklin Pa. on the thir '. at, tone, oath ' at Rayville in the lourtih Shlath : at "a001 I #ik Ri~le. Mu,riolluu,, Pa., onl lalt 4t.et lll. c.h-.bbtthi eac-h month. Pre:., :,lns; ' t Ray- that :,ille every Wednesday nigit. scerp RAYVILLL UsIo SARISIATrt Seiln., itron The 0J to 11 o'clock. every Sunday Inorlnitg. lltaitkP..-..Rgu't. ctnu.),t,i. ation. 'f here R I". Mhct;uire Lodge No. U:20 the ~rt Wed- ('ort "eil'day in each monut. the I Temsperfaee.-IT. F. T., R ,.n ,. n (',oU tIL .\o. Y'J, tIleels on the ai.n',,ul atld tlrth Tuiesday ltighti of each month. 0 I. LD C.-R.YvILL: ('ul %ul. s N,. IN . timn. holls its regular iMeeting, every Tu'lesday a sa tight. VPatm sn ) Inu ddr)'.-Ita'. som I:.:... GR sAN::. \.. .,1. sueet.- e .ry e.t'onid talit uedul fourth T'hur.,day uil each month, at 11 O Ac.,k. A. M I ...theI WALrte. TA.vLOa Co-..Newspaper Ad. I *,'rti...

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 August 1874

. i as to proe rr o'ry t l roe ail inivention terr aar ont ire ,day ertrye e . ry w i w,. h9e ai andl Tlreale nte. .., ",, lnt:irs that do e ttame work as an Mae,.' - i55 wolad p. 80tollars for. rapid, lmooth and l Ion, aiiak arseam Hs stretnf the ilothl will tear I.fre ti stitches rip apart. Eight new atthet..,,.. for all work land the imlrnvedl Button lfe Worker u,ecl l.y usI onlly. .g;entas only lues astow th.lli inl oiperatitli to sell in eve house they eta r. 3)0 dtlllars aInd upwar, learel daily ny stnar, agents. No such M.1 * thie was ever offered at any tuch pric ,000 alI lasht yerr, li.'t,.t" O Families u hem. Ilemand inlrea.in,= every day whe hey becmle known. Minirters, JIudgLes,La, era, Editors, Mahalnists. Tailorg &c. recor nd tlhem as perflct. Riihts; ive.n free, rat applicants. If lthere is no agemK.y ill yot laer, write for it, or bully a .saItm'itw* ltr yon family or a relation, there is none better or : cheap. Machines sent to all parts of ti country on r...

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 August 1874

RICHILAND IH ND BEON .-r -:Tr country I. %W l. Sat brd ut.., w t' St.. Sni- tyv. W ILF rY P. ,l.  , , -, *Ui"llI" TEx sesa ....... |T S Editor -,,, " r9...... T .r 4109 ..... I4 Terms of 8I Onm.... m. ( Onep,,  ........LIBERTA ET NATLE N t = . .* m',.-,i -, uYvILLI LA., SATUR DAtY. AU I \1, WHOILI NO. "-. i, ,.-e -. ""ate up=m l th. U4 seed No ,•1 cola or nSe s land fur sale, with this t aduing : frthe land ,oti.,.r will give p'I terms asl if no amle, in charge as J e hl will Iay us 10 pe, ene, o 9r1*e Prijc, out of tle cash payment. . 200 ACS d acres wdi be sold at $.30 , on easy teras, ten miles uth.east "ie. For frtg'" particulars apply at Itb (no.22,1) NE Hali large body of land, but will be I ýoh a suba . r particulars . S sldts ft purreba 2000 in th woodi. ,or Shpliculars ia oflice. If. 1 aA land.--Some ilprove l the place. Near the oI'ort ssjya tfexas Rail Road. and in agadlP4e. r particulars apply at this fe.t Valoableands for Sale ! 1' a W itt a I'ge Deadening.' ...

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 August 1874

THE RICHLAND BEAODN .:-. P. MIAIIGiTAM, - -- Etur. i. . BLI ED, Associate Editor & PuU lIher iFFlI~L J..UP,RNAL OF R"iHLA i). Ilayvile, La., August 15, 187. The State Couvention. THE aidre..s of the Committet of ,-eventy calls upon "all persons and parties .lo . od to the K.Vogg  sur yration to tend delegat," to the Cos centtion at aton p.,ae, and remits to the Co1ve,,1.rn all questions ol ,ame asont ,licy, declaring in effect, that the Convention is to be a ('oIn vention of the people." Under thin constluetioh cf the address, we deer it right tnd eproper that the different 1pyrsbes, now organized under the "anner of the Wbite Man's party, l to elect and send dekgates to this Convention, which meets on the fourth Monday in .August. the 24th inst. The call F,r a ('onvention at .tlexandria has bcen recinded, and we l;a'. but the one call now before the leOPle of the Ftate With a full rpresentai.,u from the parishes now ,.rganize'd, we ate (oltlent that the ;name and poliCty ti...

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 August 1874

$£t RI BEACON. LOC vt . -t y tle. r lh. Al. fNi7., 1 Pati \r ý It I. D A. 'at.,r,',l l i p'h ac rgulr Itu oil tie IIt aiaI, it yeace niu Chuarch on Be-hkin ".,a is Pa. the thirt: ab i; the tl urth ablit i; at i Ridf p Pa., on the -.eeond 0,' rreachin in ay I I oio.k . Su.nday torn.ing. r. IC .....R atar t onteItao: of e a "uelrj Lod;  'o .209 h( e l '2id W etd each 'nsoMll, _ C 't. mPea p the .,tn all4l rnla Gt.uet necas every Tuesday 41116 the fourth aInoh. at , o'clock, A. h. ecn WasUa, TAVLO, & Cu.. Ne fePr Ad v"lm Aentua. 13 V. Balore itreet. Biemor, Md., are f sr 5 h-,mzel na,ts to aeRat for .adertisir eosbie tins. 3.M VarhnI.I L i'rm . 7 l'7 Park RIw ermer Paeekaman stre, sNew York, are ,ur SutboriZea Sgnts frM I. I. We ase authorize to ansnmon tle inanme of VOs.; MANGiHAM a a randlidate present Richllan., Parih in the Housole ofe ,ext Ge.eraml A-sermbly (of Loutuisan; ~ Itmet to the nlOiniattion a;f the white men of . parish. Tuais DoL ,jas will pay for one dozen ...

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 August 1874

S  , Sa ay to make ney, is to pro.ure territory introdluce the latest useful iliellntion that is wainted every lay, by every .mne. everylwhl.re. who. hl.t a famnily, a full Sized Sewing .aM'Lhine with Ta ble and Tre":dle fir tily tIn dollars that dla-s the sane mirk a, a Miachlelli Vyi uld pi ay btO ldllars for. rapid, nmn.,tlh anid irtul, tmakeis 5a 'lwati st str'ing the',litlll will Itair Ialtre lthe stitcheis rip alpart. Eighlt new attahlllllntli for all work and the inlprol l Buttlon Hole Worker ulsetl by ils only. .lellnts only lnetld show them in opertlnl) to sell in evervy house they el:ter. :UI dl:lars and upwarnls cleared dtnily t,y arilatt agentsi. Noi sllch . chine was ever ,tlered ilt any lsuch price. I35.O00 sold last y,'rr, l 0.l.t Il Famnilies u:e them. l)llelandt increasing every day where they bc.,m,,itl known. lallliiters, Jttdges,Liaw yers, Editior, 1raltllisti. Tailors &c. r'coln menld the las pierl'ect. Rilhts given free- to first alllie;lant. If there ...

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 August 1874

!GICHLAND BEACON a Red Livo Country Paper. Published every Saeturday Morning. TVILiEY P. AIANGHIIAlI dihtor and Proprietor. 8. B. BATED, Amociate Editor and Publusher. n "e'ertnt of Subitoription: --e. . .. One ,copy TO year .... ....................... pm . "J dIt EORTLl ET NATALE OL-M.. Elf' c.py, .i nadz ......................... 2.n1 Tnr.~opier in clubs oars year, each.......2.00 1 """'-"o"-'-'&. ... VOL. . NO. 35. IRAYV ILLE. LA.. SATURDAY. AUG. 29. 174, WtHOLE NO. -3. n --nT wiaelid.I 1 . d. nmmna in man mm in e nuli nui. • . n..u. . I a . .... ... a a... ..... .. ni i wann N i ian a us_.. Column for Land Sellers. E A PROPosITnuN - We pralpae to aldvirtaise land for -ale, with tl, he ,ulidt-irnhlll if the lanl r l owner will gave price anal terms, and if no ll lh, o hliarge. aiil it a sail l ie will pay uis it pet ient of t.i-purchae pricet,. out of the ralsh paymient. `)r1( A-ARES wordl Inudl, s acres dtit,", i IJ w.Il ril(g, ilane sweet-guli laUd, Fi I will bi" ailw ,...

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 August 1874

or C ehlection is ap ts imlportance to the citi .vers of our $;ate is u the result haag the vernmtent and goiod Ilndl :i and, on the nisgust, ualadministration, ret' , e. stravagea:c .e,, political and " c- .Mial dceath. If the People's I',rty Scceedcs,then we feel assured of re form, conlidenetc and stab,ility ; if the carlct.bacggers get a new leas` of of power, their rapacity will la in ctrease'd, their arrogance unbou llled, I and all t Ihe til;,rts ,of tl he "powe'rs lhat - i'e" could not prevecnt the deadlvy on flict between the races which these uinsecrupulusc vampl,ires will precipitate Ir their ,,wn aggrandizemenit We hla~e a ,latfhorm of linciphes which ie, t i the aplprvel of all plitiecal art i,.s stce king I. nh't and upright l'n fo,)r ,u'the 'Th'len l't uc s wtork to naintain th,'ee principhles. Let u-s not thl our airm in fancied steurity , tl t :el-t we ic. Richlantid fhel asc-'ured of S I'nri-h sucice-s. Wee havc a wily and ell: acher'l'tts foet to contend with, an ...

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 August 1874

a£R1 RI.HLAND BEACON. LOCAL ITEMs. Mayville, I.a., Aug. . o,. 7 1. I)IVIl S tvI"rtl .--- I'he :I lOitntln- t. * the i'.pti-, ('hur.h at ii:ly fhI.., are* tie 1i-t uimlav. its ea,'ih toith --licv. 1 a.ti W. iBa lt l.tet . I', 1'-tr. ArrptolT.tItvas ,::: .' 'I!C IL'IT. C U . 1. ('HCI'II'I ,ot Ttl -- ir0rel, ."ret bab  ths, . k.,vv'IIe, Seom,, ' atul,'b. Altl. T" ,.Il %,t":,,,h. . U' .n, F-,urtl, a.bhalh. lI v Tf . • R sO.. t.te. Pl"-tor ,n charge. PR.RvYTElIANs.--Rev. I). A. ('amnll II 1 ill lreaehb regularll, at Alto.on the Iat SaLh.itIh i each mnolthll; at Union Churcl on Eafklin Ridge, in Franklin Pa. on the tllirdl Sal. hllat; at Rayville on the fourth Sablatah ; at )hk Ridlge, M.orehoui,e, P'a., oti the seotdl Sabballthil each month. Plac:lllnd i, Ray ville every W.ednesday nighit. RYavu.I. L'sto SARNATIEI SCIIOOL from 94 to 11 o'cl:ck. every Sunday morning. aIea l e....Regular enmmnbaticaion of R. F. McGuire Loldge No. 2'ou thie ndl Wed nes-day in each lnolth. Telperal s.-U....

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 August 1874

A very repid, sae and easy way to make money. is to procure territory to introduce the latest useful invention tlist is wanted every day, Ii every one. everywhere. who has a family. . full sizedl Sewing Machine with Ta ble andl Trea!le for only ten dollars that does the same work as a Machine you would pay 8) dollars fix. rapid, smooth and Arm, makes a seant . strung thecloth will tear before the stiawl.rs rip apart. Eight new attachmeants l.r all work and the improved Button Hole Worker used by us only. .JAgent only need show them in operation to sell in every house they eanter. 30 dollars and upwards red daily ty smart agents. No such Ma chine was ever ofered at any such price. 35,000 sold last yerr, 100,000 Families use them. Demand increasing every day where they become known. Ministers, Judges,Law yern, Editors, Machinists, Tailors he. recom mend them as porfret. Rights given free to arst applicant= If there is no agency in your place, write 6,r it, or buy a Machine for your if...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 September 1874

I -r --_ RICLAND BEACON LCII ARedi Ls.e Country P'aper. rubluiLed every ___________ Saturday Mimin'g.I I I II !r I I'l WILEY P. MIANGHAMt, I K I ~ . jS.1t:.1K1 6 Editor anad Prnprietur. Terms of SLubscription (Inr ,;r l v, Utz mnutha ......................... ý..r , 5',"u Coir+, iuclubm oo yeareach.......... tius XeIswcr 1~ .a'cueu10t (e s ui~. ;e c u! %........ ..................... lv i r. ti te T' ag A 1 auba tvanu VOL. ý. NO ;i. 'iT iý AýL mI II,1. 12. L7 AW4 0 [hO"D1VLE wý NO.ý ý' I I '> name~l ~fl 0 Pt. hd upon the Hat4jn., P.the t Lbd 'ri''I'i i Je "' ;>. y" -0., -I'- '" Column for Land Sellers. if t, -:lte. tn ltargt. anttnd i t a sal ie t v. ;1 ]ry nis Po peU 'eci.t of th,'plurc hae p:ic,-, out of l"e rash payamett. 21 4 afiA('IlEs waatl ltai, i arts ar A.' woo" t r ( |er, mue.in oet- .Von Int,'r .. will b(" ýl tiat $*.50 per sire. an etoy tiuns t it mil-s south -"nt rof RaMyville. F',r further 1,artictular apply at this allice. (no. 2ýt;f.) NE Hallf interert in a la...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 September 1874

THE WILEY P. MANG 8. B. BAIRD, Associate Edi tFF!CIAL JOURNAL OF RI Rayville, La., Sept. 12, 1874. t --·-- ·· - -·---A-. TIHE PEOPLE'S TICKET. FOR STATE :'I'RH.AURER : JOHN I('.i4 CU E, of ('addo. Parish Nominating Convention. A I'nrih C('onvention, to nominate candidates for thei several offices to ie filled in the Pa'ib.h of Iticbland, wIll be held at the Court lfouse, in Ray viile, La., on SATUIIDAY, SEI'T. '",;TIs, 17 I. The basis of represcnr:a tion is axed at one vote for every 25 (or 'fraction over) ca.,t for Governor McEnery at the last o!'ection; or one 'vote for every 25 (,r fraction over) names of legal voters now enrolled as members of the di'!Trent Ward C!ube. Each Ward in the Perish will proceed to elect and send delegates to this ('on vention. Iyv order of the Parish Cen tra 'Com`.nittee. it. 1'. W t.I.i...t s, President. S. B. BAIRI', Secretary. ---- eeO·~· ---- IE£oISTEa! ItUISTER !! ltE(:IST.ERlt!! let Your Greenbacks Beady. As the cotton crop hegins to reach 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. — 12 September 1874

THE RICHLAND BEACON. I LOCAL ITEMS. ....- - _ ---------7 Raryvlle, La., Sept.. , 1%7. Religious. DiviNPI f.tnvi's.-Itlie apltn;tI.,nt of the all tt l Cha r (' lt , at : Il yv, , r, I. 1, I. A*'i .%riTr I~AVVt t.t: ( 1II' I:T \i E ('Itf1 it a St arnl, l 1i,--( , . ia , Thilr M Ra th. U ilo. Furth Sa!,I:tilh. IRe"v Tienh . S. IRAuLx, I'Pator in charge. t PaRt:tsyTlnIA..-Rev. D. A. ('amplu'lI will C preach regularly, at Alto on the It lbtlath in each month ; at Union Church on Baskinl Ridge, in Franklin P].. on the thiral Sal- t bath; at Rayville on the fourth Saathll ; at Oak Ridge, .Morchouse, Pa., on tIah second Sablbat:io each month. Preaching in Ray- I ville every Wednesday nighit. RAVII.LK UsNIO SAIIATII ScIoor. ronlll i to I l o'clock. every Sunday morning. , Ml inemg.m..Regular conmmunications of R. F. McGuire Lodge No. 209 the 2nd Wed. Il nelday in each mtonth. Tepe raee.--U. F.T.,RICUAn Ni CoUscIL No. 29, meets on the second and foLinh " esiay nights of each month. It 3...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 September 1874

AEAO W1 , T I li A , .1 ,: 'm v. .- - '1 , li i. a IUndli;.al ? A I:alicnal is a tý,l tn r- ;n!liiml of fIr'nu.s lomo, a lativti of tihe New Enl'glainld States, but ocea Sionally found in tlhe, Miilddi atnd W\'cstcrl) States; a satanic spaw)'n of Puritan parentage, conceived in .-in, b,,rn in iitiuitv, nursed at the ibreast 'f1 jeahllo- r antl sIf-I::.teem, in the Sr:tdle of lr:iudihec and intolerance, 4.,I ucatedi in the sch!,ol of low citnntin) :atl foul play, and lives by 11uliie4" and private lundhler. The ('ivii ilihtts hill has proved a I'anilorn' lJox of evils to the Il.eulb ican party. If Senator Sumner Lad cunltingly dIhevis.el it us a ttmeanl of lrau':ning tle party he had otitrrown, it could not Ihave an:were.d its pur pc moinure thoroughly.-- l''/ i.: ........ .... IT is a .ailitin thinr-a very flthn thing ti gtt ntarri'ed-to fuel that hiei.af,,rth thr .utht ii; the iiill y yed gir! at your side is to he the onlyi fitmale in the wide world di!v lh.enaetl to throiw fl...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 September 1874

ICLAND BEACON C NDBEACON. Rates of Advertising. A Itea Liwa Country Paper. Publicd evcry WVILEY P. MANGIIAM ..... . ,. Ediaor and P1rorto. * 6I I r) II r f.: 3 , I. 3. BAIuD, AsistO Iditor mnd Publisher. i.... T 1 , a Terns of Bubscription: one .r-, Hne year... .. ...... ..........-.- A " -* L !I : TT , .1, r atti ,:1 ý .t' t1 SO, s |tr o(ne g ,p. ix monthe .............. . .. . . u.L. o.l e. n Ilr or l... c..n.tute a "'n coq-,w e, in clubs one year, earch....... .... .4 ;' h1' All uheriptflnmn vartabl In a'Ivaoe. S1 L/} harne~flt roS|OL. h. NO. 8. I RAYVILI2E. LA... -TC..YSPT. 19.. 187-. W HOLE NO. ")2%. • dame menterd umpon the Uist unu til the 1ubcrAi, 4 ( as N 0 0 L w lJad _ z" , I m . ....... ..... . Column for Land Sellers. F A Parut':,SITioa-We pr p[i-e to al'verti-e I mnd l;r sale. with tli, un,ler-tawliig : if the land aiwter will give price and tern:, awl if no Sale, in charge. and if a stli he will pay is 1.t pei cent of thaiepurchase pic.:, out of the cash payment. Z O...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 September 1874

THR RICHLAND BEACON WILEY P. MANGHAM, - - Editor. 9. B. BAIRD, Associate Editor & Publisher OFFICIAL JQURNAL OF RICHLAD. Rayville. La., Sept. 19, 1874. Till 1'PEOPL'E'S TICKET. FOR STATE TI.EASURER : JOHEN . MIONCIRE, of('at4o. Enthusiastic Mas. Meeting ! Great Rejoeiuing n lickland OUI NEW TAX COLLECTOR INSTALLEl The most glorious, enthusiastic and harmonious mass meeting ever held in the Parish of Richland was doubt less that which assemnbled on Tuesday evening last to install into olffice Hr. G. McD. Iaraturty, Tax Collector, ap pointed by Goe. McEntety for this Parish. A commnittee composed of one representative from each Ward in the I'arish was appointed to wait up. on the IK llogg appointee arnd invite him to resign. The committee retir ed, and in a few enonients returned with the report that everything was in readii ess for the reception of the new Collector; whereupon the citi zrns formed in procession an(d escorted l)r. BlhZian to the Tax Collector's (f:ice, where he wa...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 September 1874

THE RICHLAND BEACON. so, LOCAL IT'MN. Iu or( iayville, la.,  ept.. 19. I71. wi Re.lgious. -1 i tPrrh mrel rly. at A. Io on t..e l. t . . l. r t 11 in ehmu nt; Curc r.ki Rielr, in rn. lir I .. n t ,e third i pC tllh;. I" -, ill - - on l. furth Fa rat. I t Iil',l ,.. . ji ' r, n.l . "a . It . I , I'i K6a tIiAAN.--i.l'. 1). A. (':;n,.lt II wi, lul Fr.'am'h regularly. -it Alto t nn the I sa miblth: wh in eaih month St Uniilon Chliurch on BAl.kill Ridge, in Franklin Pa. un tie third Sal.- pier al s Il ;tayuille on thn fourth Sabbath ; ti lak RHilge, Morerluw, I'a., on the se-arid Sabbalhin each month. I'reucihiJmg hi Ray- acq rille every W1ednesday iKight. he RAYIIv;LL t'Nt(.ld SAIaTH SCHROOL frumI live 93 to I I o'clock. every Nulinday nmorlilmg. Mllallie.mReagular colmllllniationi rf and . F. .McGuire Lodge No. Ojt the 2.md Wedll- i netlsy us each month. fals TemlpersiaeUe.--U.F.T.,RICH s  n CoeICIL NO. 'I), meets nW tIhe seclnd aid port fourth Tuesday nighlit of each month. Uea...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 September 1874

Address of the People's Party of" Claiborne County, Mlis. The ('aclasian, in a long, weary and often painful march, has ever been, and is now, the leading race of the earth. Its civilisation over shadows and dominates all others. Whilst all other races have developed a civilization-some rude and others of the highest order--yet the African, though for more than four thousand years of the earth's authentic history in contact with the highest eiviliz:i tions that have existed, has never developed a civilir.ation abhove the rudest; has never, of and by itself, invented. diseovered, or cultivated any of the arts or sciences, and has heretofore shown itself wholly in-i capable of self government. All history teaches us that social tuengrelismn of distinct races is an evil of the gravest magnitude; en tailing upon the product of that uo. grelismi the vices and faults of the races so mongrelized, without any of their virtues and excellences. And the history of the Mexican, ('entral and Sou...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 October 1874

ItC AND BEJACON bbILEIY P. rANAU. Ms Uditor and ?roprae.oA ,.ma, ,assra ". ape eat rUhb. Terms of OBamarlpton: ::_, :IB E R T A M LT. ............ . . - - . - - - S ." "OL . NO. .....O.......................E .... " ... w oL 4.Im. o NOL( 6. NO. 2. RAYVILLE. LA.. SATUhDAY.OC. 1RC7. 187, WILE . Column for Land Sellers. / A Paoreusrnoa-We propose to adverti land fior sale, with this understanding : if t land owner will give price and terms, a if no sale, no charge, ansr if .ale he pay us 10 pet nt of tlliWcha.1 price, of the caj! p ent. _ "2"~Q~ ACRES wood land, 80 acrees 200 woad. ,,s.o...esw- u, I. P will be sold at $·.00 pe acre. on easy ter ten miles southeast of RIyville. F-r far r. - particolars apply at this offie (no.226t R Half interet in a large body of Lt A b hut will be sol in lotstos,,it purch t-. Fur particulars apply at this office. 2000 A land sold to snit ha ' U sers All in the woods For particulars appl at l,.is ofice. tf. Acs of landl.--Some t prove mant on the p'ae...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 October 1874

can tbtir be 'cel- r ro tat h, vin ad I y.ths. U I aS. I is . Si ~Pp SI have of the I'arish is Mqjehouse, on F bhd the following R IS an explanan w ans were announced iin C the Convention having ed t! at the parishes of da 6arroll ,nd Richland con- tic .dclidate for the State Sen- 1 rdouse, and had pledged "e o abi the action of this on ad indotre the noruina- pr resolved to proceed to in te didate for Senator for in part of Ricbland, we had ed, and were to offer before the leI nveution, in Itayville, on the same fai day, a resolution to that effect-con- frc _eding to Morehonse the right of se- be leeting the candidate, etc. We had Be every assurance from a number of v delegates to our Richland Convention tr that the resolution would be heartily ev indorsed and passed, and we so in- m formed the eitizens of Morehouse, ho l ceptcd the proposition in good faith tic acted accordingly. As is well ele awn to our readers, we were called ed hor Rayville the night preced- of jag the conve...

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