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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 March 1877

II g . ..: ..... .. - . -- - * :-- - Agg .. .. _Ig ! t I I 1ICHLAND BEACON. I- I 4 Rel Live Comtry aptr. uhblishel every eStlmlqay Meral ng T. L lASWI , - Editr &hblMi_. Terma ot S'ubecripthn: - -e "LS. :: .... ...ERTA. ET .AT. erl". il mid. WOE O. . W HOLEr ... ..... .I .l n . .. -ll rhll a . ... 1...-, I.f..a hil a wL o hay er she caaiaort m of haf iIl sitea I r'1 -l! - JWDIIAL-VOCIRTRaT DISTRICT COUIT: S. 0. Parsnus, . . Judge; W. N. Ports, - * District Atorney; J. NawT. PITrs, . . - Clerk. IPARIS CURT : E. C. Moslooat. - - . . Jdge. . J. asoaL, District Aoerey Proesem; PAM :m orUcas: J. A. Lamn., . . Sheriff; WaLE? P. MAsneKAa, . . . Rcordler; W. Taos JORDAN, President Polite Jury; J. W. suem, : : : . Parish Treasurer. POLICsI COUas: Ward I-Johs Disbop; "* 2-W. T. Jordan ; ' 3-John H. Milliaq; * 4-Henry G. Man.ham, u 9-P. H. Parham. O. T. S.mith. Clerk. PROSMIOlU AL CARDS. a. T roes. I a. aavar auaxe . J DAVnI toDD TODD & BUIGRAM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Baatrop, Looisissa, P...

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 March 1877

S, a arge D LARI .E trll" .If l.alI k !' '" b5 ' i nt l .i D n.:m ' in. Tows t aeentaising in ail l abot 141l = be ihl sit a tw ' a Ric . ill I ,, ,IIHtLAN lII pO A' I W'I_ ._ . . ih r Para- l -- . . l. 08, M ir, ..... S or. po nl, at th . in; dlermenined to ad opt of .i rkl prompt adlawI e ipa  of all arimtiaa e, as ithe beat ud menul s of aillinay parer. the papeeet'l s r.iab.ti iii he nmarked thist IX hleer al 1.e re erem c f subscriptlons r y. alt may ample t;rie to ee.t Rnll if thlley fa ll in the palper will hIe ditrcontirned Tt r-e are in asreara tiritatg their Ipaper (rd in the tlme masllit'r slay klouw tIsas, they sbeile withain tihr r we.rk. ltheir will Ihe dioaunilli.ed mlal a ca.lItaertlr them r Ie 0 Ia requa a stt- urIL tiii . WI . OUISIANA, PURIa- c'i March 10, 1877. S CUroer - ,e Cabinet. Dec. ', 187 ---f Mr. lhayes is cam lowing gentlemen : I t, of New York. reasury ; Oo. Secretury of - bompeon, of the N1a. -y . o.se. end, relifi in St. ea burg last St ounty, was ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 March 1877

Anea edt ih Weases. wýeau" " -a - .arw wase Rowu,.&C'ma u , Si. Louis IM. arte our autheiaed Aagte to eontract for adver tising for the bsace. S. M. ParTtsWL. & Co., 37 Park Row eorner eskseaa sweet, New York, are our authorisea agents for N. T. H. P. Hrceas, Advertising Agent, New Haven. Conn., will eontract foe advertise ments for the kAcUo.s RAYVLLE .... LOUISIANA, Satrdy, E h 10, r187n, ene I , evkies. Tree are bedding out. The March winds blow. Have you forgot our bill? Weatbe is quitp pleasant. Thsnoder shower Thursday. The frost dtldn't kill cabbage. Thank yot for that remitance. Thunder showers are in fashion. Hard tines are always with us. It will soon be time for tish-fries. The barnyard fowl maketh music. t (Oh, yea, don't forget that you owe us. There is no need for you to be i,!ie. The little busy bee is out prospecrting. Yuu can aelytr plant your garden tlow. High winds, unpleastant, chilly w:eather. Lets have a rest on pre~identsel qtuetiln. Trouble always 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. — 10 March 1877

" w tr 3 a .AiNN (1 is OF ITUSTOR 65111 AIur..we Ir C*"r 4s*wu~ hi~ lE ham. l. 5 their wlr ý tilt rLIlt I ý " A1 i "0W% POIL CAAB." GbIG sy -A= r MMNe. Awn P.r+ OCS. ',:umhis . TMP &¶4'O. T W tr~ll:"ft -I lr . i m i ni r ý ' .ý L ` 9 offs Iion. Chris degree of a7. tshe Fu'1sity I PI',lerty andi of Eqluity Law i Fseceurss, anid the , Professor of Cmmer of Cuuracts and Coatit- e Esq, P. _ the lt hthe wslvantages M Law School in I he permitted to receive Ia esGuotion awl Oratory ar ue ary for g.aduatiso ad ; L a nd Tuition per year, Terem, $9~ . 0. address .ohn M. Walts, A. D., Pryaident. --lkarsLipr, iae mud Female. n Neophogen Colege an a b for 100 each, which give tuition the bolder thereof for ten years. 1Setolrabips redess e explenses 50 a , or daring time ten years 500. The id sedlarships can be represented by sa dmts as soon as purchased, and mar be old sad uaesferred by p hcsaers. go. 3B e UhdmonbIps. TO- Pretts cnd Philalkhropists _ students will be receired into it bhe Pr...

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 March 1877

Sie Ihn "LIBERTAS ET NATALE 8OLUI." VOL 9, NO. 10. RAYYILLE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCII 1 8177. WHIIOLE NO. 426. RICHLAND BEACON. A Real Live Country Paper Published every Staturday Morning. s~-r =ý Y j. - - AA* T. J. LIOH& I, AJ~- Editor: Pablishar 'fermnsr of Bubacripton: tine copy, one year .......................$3 0 ieu eo.", six nmonth.. .................... 2SW Tenl coij,.s, in clubs, one year, each .... 2 4 in le copse . ........................... IZIAI subecriptions invariably in advance. No name entered upon the list autil the sub acriptlioe is paid. JUIDICIAL-FOCUTEENTU DISTRICT COURT: S. G. Paasoss, .- . . . Judge; W. N. PoYra, - Diatrit Attorney; J. Nswr. Purr, . - ....... Cle.k. PAMlS CURT : E C. Moscoaur. . . .- Judge. M. J. Lzumlu., District Attorney Protem; eamss oreiCas: J. A. LtotmLL, . ...... Sheriff; WILy P. MaxosAs, -.. . - Recorder; W. Taos. Joannas Pretident Police Jury; J. W. Stas, : Parish Treasurer. ProuIs JsosO : Ward 1-John Bishop; " 2-W. T. Jordan; ''...

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 March 1877

THE BEACON. RAYVILLE, : : LOUISIANA. CURBED1 PARAGRA/PH " THaz Loudamo @opint d the Chi ago Jourml sys: "You will peobbly be asm ch darprid al I wr to lear that beak of E amdUSt, good a they Sall overthe wall, a ot sleapt tender either in Seotland or Irelsad. In Ied they are mt alowed to circulate atalL. Thes mnt they r each the Ir ek mks they ar est im two, sad r tu.ed, wakY to the bask f Eagland, to be eshaad edter hr ld or Ir es. Os the other hald as Ir or a Seteh bak mute i as sme a sight Egland a Chinese Embe.ssador. Deu my ighten yeg a dh Egli afe Im Nver once rws a rSeoc note, d aely once an Irli one." Tan L i ars Demoerae has iated avsem lla l arteldes e the subjuet a chep sd-bookb. It allepges that - eMtamt prims ale aow charged r the nest eadieary boon, mad iosmnce. I. ptic the commr s pas. The pia ter wbich thIs bek esh stwomat vS cmsts; thes edml d asmetld It to the pib er is a lttle over s eranst. T writer Puts the msmberel plimers m, uafly sl in thh country at 0o...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 March 1877

IBR NAIW.Bl SLWPS. rare itt i ,r aIrses. 1y let l ight; h, bhemefe rep t p msy me low . I n ft and y _ 'r.Ti a M hweMet she dlumbes ea; ht setesii hiert, waseil, eastalaed, hes A minds pre. a .lesm trest This Is the me en wea wite to e- Fb. uanilge lp. The mil-e ms.tmen an e mi ram I In J5e a h .e wileriheast l s ely pressd, The bet sw bek rsemmbher' dht,. All, al her tresmr aew t Th' masidea sleep-earth's joys or care rs more Wi; break that sweet rsepear Y'- hesee we set what aight have bei in sttes 1 or hertf Mtter wesa. t- 'els set wlate'sa sl u -t Yo summer.s tere sal 7 husky= The. millep. ala T-h asides s ep-'is betl a r alm, shet ms ht Tha psaretul time will la t! Ar oh! hew height the mairs that pests her .re,~c tt ! He whtbe aedmd tn his ewill, roo.the Jes lives a eosmlisrsa still The miwet eaep. SThe mlem ps-te al ml k aew pressea 'be Ihihr ttuh ethy ar hemUtse For, mr wslls rte Vrg ye the hyms she Tevel a wel T maiden sles-eow, ather, take her hamps; Th- a fer eterni...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 March 1877

R.a Lr. ... LOUIANA, Saturday, March 17, 1877. NOTICE. I aa prepared to issee State and Parish licences for the current year. All persons required by law to take out licence, are notibd that payment must be made within ten days, or else penalties will be striedy enforced. C. H. MOORE, Byville, Mar. 14 1877. Collector. Here smi There. Soeuor A. H. Stevens is still onalned to his bed, at the National Hotel, in Washingto. Blaine thinks the idea of o1eeting to the new Cabinet olcers was a good joke,and they seem to think so too. We have heard entugh about Hayes' in tended Southern policy, until he orders Grant's beayonets tken from our breasts. The Eastern troubles have not yet been settled, and the probability is that bostilties will be renewed with the opening of spring. The Louisiana Legislature has not elected the United States Senator yet, and we learn they talk about having another extra session. Wheeler says he knows nothing of the President's intention to send another compro mi...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 March 1877

.'q, A mes or am s s . . ,rr .tc aho a,...." H-B u mS-ra waggs Wn.hendesselh e mlemasm liams & Carusa, St. Louis M., ao our aushoriaom Atoss e o atmot r be4-i tiasig fbr boe lAeo. S. . Pmntses.t & Co.. 37 Park low eoraer sknooma seot, New York, are our etkherisea pats wor N. T. 11. P. ocs..so, Advertisinlg ASas New ives. Coma., will omtrmt hre advatiss mata br the hamcs. RAY..ILLI.... LOUISIANA, Saturday, Narch 17,1877, layvillt is perfetly borrn of local news Giarde weack is bginniag grew ode ly. . y a ovrsiht thb Jdtes was mat chaged mr orw a pag this week. The mseneraae o iuass is spia is Isouish lag eoeditioa at Pyvil. The Slin qmuasrely easueess of the ley. ril Cisuit, M. L. Cmueel somb, osvwues ia this plass a day. We had a heavy miia e Tumsdly, and, selmps say, it eleaed of without a Iae, though it was quite eod Thursday moraw a1. They bd a maln bless in Meseus Ihm Seada, which dsereyed a smal aume bal. dig owd hy S Ins F P. ambs. hIswas he weeok m r as inesdi...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 March 1877

fO U oBEKBPBBP57 COL carY uMwrafrsm of V dIw s>aU a he Scholas' Handbook of Household maagsmmt and Cookery, written by W. B. Tgetmeir, h much general in ormation ,of vital interest to buase beepers. The following extract ont the compasition of meat is a portion of the second chapter of the volume: "Meat, or the Sesh of animals u-i for food, consists of several very distinct substances, each of which possesses dif frent qualities. tome of these sub stances are hardened, others sztened, by heat; some disolved and others rendered tough by boiling water. It is therefore necessary to understand the nature of these dierent substances, in order to perform the dierent operations of cooking in the best and meost economical manner. If we take some mall shreds of leans meat and wash them repeatedly in clean water, rubbing them at the mne time, we shall wash away all the soluble part, and at last there will re main asthing but some white threads, which coastitute the fibrous part of the Ses...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 March 1877

MEL. Damoar's rliable ptterms o s the latet and bet spring sad summer slyies. Sed stmp for eataloues. WhaL to Wear, wi full inafe tiu, 15 eta. Portfolio of heM..., with large illustration, 15 eta Qeurtrt y ot Falon, S ets.: yearly. 10 elt. pafree. 17 East 14th StN Y., r an the agemmes. Tma public is baeby asured, through the eolumu of this per, that Parsos' Pu wevo Plls ematalia no auries priae-i Mdt C they may be aslmuatered to chYidren ad the mast week and shatstered 'onetLtutions in smell doses, with great cer tamty of success. RMsexA em cured atonceby Durang's Kbeumatie Remedy. Send for circular to Helpheastsie Beatly, Washington, D. C. " A au0h8 coe," wessts. Few are aware of the importasee of cheek. ing a oough or "soGIrTCOLD," which would yield to a mild remedy, but, if meglected, often attacks the lungs. "Bres's' Bros. did Troeats" give sure and almost imme diat relief. Dl A. Jonoxr, one of the most nme eaudel practitioners of his time, invested what is now called Joison's ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 March 1877

JIlIUiLANID BEACON 2at. ad Avertising. ana, sV. 1.. 9..i S. 113 oome qi..... e....M a~ ua. a Two aure... ....... s i rfI S, Thina %ara.. 1q aseat *SWIS iW r e. ... i..c the r as art rM q:. Isv l.. b...t is Z ui or ePm u I.at da, MUS ptEO D9 Z m-M* vses t Mb edvaaeo. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. About Scarecrows. Now that the p lnting seasoa is at band, we have no doubt but that many a faraner will rutosmage through his garret to ind cast-off garments, Shich, stuffed with straw, are to he ;r up in the corn field to warn off the mharaudling crows. We have never had much faith in this article. Crows are ,pursessed of much more wisdom than is geueral!y credited to them, ahd. whil,, an imnaovable bundle ofi rags eway drivqtoem away for a short titm.e, we believ, that eventually they die.ver the humbug, as we have setn the birds comnplacently picking up young corn almost .vihbin the shadow of as elaborate a stuffed scare c-ow as ever was erected. We, how ever, have beard suggested a couple of pla...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 March 1877

'*LIBEBTA$ ET NATALE SOLUMI." VOL 9, NO. 12. RAYVILLE, LA., SATURI)AY, IMAlCII 24, 8177. WHIIOLE 0. 42 . . --1 - 1 ' -1 - -- ininw RICHLAND BEACON. A Res! Live country Paper. Published c%'ry baturday Morning '. J. KANGHA, - - Editor & LPuliisher. l'ertnn. of itubcerrpton: One copy, oun year. ............. 03 Is one eo- , six m.onth ... .. .. 4 Ien coils. in clus,. ,one year, each .... 2 40 ingle coples... 1 All sabecriptions invarariably in advance. Xo name enterel uppa the lhst until the sub acrilptie is patd. Oemal Drleey,. JUDICtAL-O-FOCRTUNTm DISTRICT CotatT: S. G. Pamsons, . Judge; W. N. Pore, .- - District Attorney; J. NvWT. PIrs, . . . . . . . Clerk. PARIUS CUR : E. C. MowTeom . .. - Junde. M. J. LeaIDLL, District Attorney Protem; PARsa orrFCas: J. A. LIDDtLL, . . . . . Sheriff; Ws.aT P. MAeAs, - . . . Recorder; W. Taos. Joaoax, President Police Jury; J. W. Smus, : :Pih Treasurer. Potcs Jbcaose: Ward I-John Bishop; 2-W. T. Jordan ; " 3-John H. Milling; * 4-Henry G. M...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 March 1877

THE BEACON. RIAYVILLE. : : LOUISIANA. CI BBRNT PARAGRAPhf A PIECE of coral, measuring about twelve inches in height, six inches in diameter at the top and two at the base, was recently taken off a submarine cable which had lain only four years in the se:. A COUEIID PODENT relates in The Star, of St. Helena, Cal., a story of a won derfu: dog in Pope valley. The owner kept sheep, and the dog herded them. Finally the sheep were sold to a Ber ryessa man (an sijacent valley some ten miles away). The owner and !the dog delivered the sheep and returned home. loon after the man missed his dog and searched for him in vain. He was a valuable dog, and his loss was mourned for a couple of days, when, behold, up he came from Berryesa with the whole bind of sheep, which he had brought safely home again. E,;L.arnexpects every policeman to do his duty. A fortnight ago a stalwart defender of the public peace marched into the Marylebone police court leading a child four years old, who was charged wit...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 March 1877

They know the tHna toge' 8 The fairy letl' star.ke their anudtble hour a In tield and wesiland. sad each punctual fower Bows at the qsie1 as obellient Ied I A ad haste to ted. The pae emoneo a (;lide o her way with asartly a gocd niht:: The v:oleta tie theftr purple nich capetiatt; t Hari an bond. the itd nct columbis i In blitnesome lines. Drop their last courtesies. I it from the srene. and couch thee for their rest; I The ueoadow lily fold her arrlet ve' Ar.J h dee It 'neat the gracme' lenthenang re en. 1 Fair and serene. Her sasterlily lests 4,D te .o ae pond and raiaes o ldea ees T., mn.rt the golde pleder of the ies. a The ý .dlen agnal omes, and down she; . l To And renos lI the cooi depths below. t A tt: la Iter, and the stets blue Depart in crowd,. a brave sad cheery crew; While golden rcd atill wide away and say, 1urns him away, Furls hi It ight parasnls, And. :!ka tittle kero. meets i hfate. ' e .."ntisna, very prol to it up'ate.f Next ,elow. Every frn is tuked and a et ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 March 1877

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. P, TBO8. J. MAJGHAM, - - . - - Editor. PM RAYVILLE ....LOUISIANA, 't' _ fe Saturday, March 24, 1877. '" HERE .iND THERE. an eollliier aI extra n.l-otn of Congress absolute- be I: necessary. They had a $l.itlO' fire in .Manchester, th Va., last oallllay mourningll. Reports of narinl* dsasuters are still quite he frequent The Government mon.itors at Port Royal P havr. been ordered into fresh water. at Savan- r nahll, fir two or three mouths, to clear their ar bottoms of barnacles. .A fight took place between the Turks anl in nosnians last Saturday, which lasted abouta asi hours, and both sides are sadl to have P sulered terr.bly. The Turk, retreated. Old ,norton has been continued where he. ran still aammny newly elected Democratic emnatorr, chairman of the Committee on ns Privileges and Elections. Columbus Alexander, a prominent Demo- th crat, is one of Fred Doaolass' bondismen, as Marshal of the District of Columbia. The new Sultan of Turkey seems to h...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 March 1877

TTILL. .. -. LOUISIANA, Saturday, Xarch a24,1877T, Frost Thursnay morning, but not a killing Go sebuteb so-morrow instead of the card table. Corn as comiag p very pretty on me pices. F The forest tiees are beginning o don their spring auits. Eggs are still selling in Ray vlle at twenty Cents per dosen. Barter is still selling at two bits per pound. That's too much. Tousn man, keep out of bad company and don't drink whisky. There were a few days of beautiful, balmy spring weather this week. Soe if you have a letter in the Ist remain ing in the Rayville post 41lice. It strikes us that this ought to be a splendid time for Ash-fries and picnics. Do you like the Bsacox in its new dres t Then some and pay for it cheerfully. The workmen are building a new railroad biidge across Little creek in this place. If yee have any butter and eggs to sell and want the Beacos, bring them to this dice. Easter Sunday and All-Fools' Day both come together this time-so the almanace. makers say. And now th...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 March 1877

AlGlICULI URLAL. a ,pf ? fisg for Ow.n. A correspondent of the Rural World remarks as follows: It is better to raise one hundred bushels of corn on one acre a of ground than ffty bushels per acre on tw, acres. The yield could be doubled on nearly every acre of ground in culti vation in the west. What is wanted is c deeper plowing and better preparation cf the soil and more thorough after cul tivation. The skimming over the ground i, one of the greatest evils in western farming. 'loluw deep and then crom- I plow deep, and you prepare food and t mo:-ture for the plants and enable them to resist the droughts, and make them a laugh and thrive and bear abnmdattly. e in the above, Moore's Rural New Yorke, says: " The positive iteration of t generalities, and especially the emphasis placed on deep plowing for corn, invites i 1 the suspicion that the writer was airing I some very plausible theories, instead of: writing from practical experience. It I may be under certain circumstances thai ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 March 1877

WERB lBEf IXJNCE'I t The case of Ryan and Oeehwald at Newark is attracting as much attention abroad as it does at home. In reviewing it the New York Herald ays: This! cafe alla to mind the well kuw and re arkable case of the murderof the Ital ian organ grinder in Dublin some yars ago. The boy was found dead it a vacant lot n the outskirts of the city with his throat cut. Where the body !ay the branch of a young sapling had been freshly broken of Acting on this clew the ever vigilant special detectives followed up the case, until they hunted 'down and arrested "on suspicion" a tinker named Cooney, a fippling "ne'er lo-weel," who was given to "bad com psny and night walking." On seiarching his room the branch of the sapling, fresh from where the boy's body lay, was found under his bed. The model detec tives "worked up" the case beautifully mad everything was prepared for the .rial and conviction of the vagrant tin ter. But the story as published in the 1apers met the eye of Sir Freder...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 March 1877

RICH IAND BEACON ates o AdemtIsag. wa-e 1w. =m. . =.6M. I P Two quan ....... r and 6s r Fntr» queat a... ..iea It !Uah J si @ stiesau....nares. 1s5 r "4 06 81s8. trs........ I s I t squat. WProf-reat Ctrb, 35* arl a s  am"winfa Maa. _ o FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Horme Rladh Cultare. The whole should be lifted in No vember, and have the long roots cut off, the remainder being laid in some convenient part of the garden for use. The straightest pieces should be se lected for planting, and cut to the length of nine or ten inches. All the fibers should be cat off to within half an inch of the bottom (the back of an old knife being a good thing for this purpose,) then robbed with a cloth, so that no fibers remain for branching, except at the bottom. The pieces selected should be tied in bundles, and plunged in ashes with their crowns exposed till March, when they should be planted in ground that has been well manured, and deeply dug or trenched to the depth of eighteen inches. In planting, th...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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