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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 March 1877

Ut9 "'"-"~---~~----.--------------------;--;;,,;;.:;-------_~,;_ "LIBERTAS ET NATALE bOLUN." VOL 9, NO. 13. RAYYILLE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1877. WHOLE NO. 429. RICHLAND BEACON. . 8m 1 .1, Cslavy sure. rIbhsd mr T. J. KAWNLAM, ---- NIlmrPblshIw. Teran oft ebomarpto : seW, elm y e*. ..................... M o--, sixt au . .................... sea sp., In dW, se yTa, seek .... S1 tl M. l........................... 1 r m65au r s&ll ntrn 4 h' 8.,O PaMe, . Jldge; W. . Pm, . . Diseule Assnsey; J. Pw,. Pn, . Clr.k. T. C. Msumsass, Judge. X. J. ae.m., DiSSies AUseay Possum; J. A. Luges, tins--s Wasr P. M."."u, . * *eassdes W. Tmes. Jeus, Psmidet Pelae Jy. I J.W. !mes, : : : .Ais bTmeme. * . nuJ.ýes Jlgeas : Weed I-4Jeb.a bp; a " S.-W.T.Jeede; 3-J.ke l. Maims; M * 4essy /. M..suhea S-P. . Paehsm. O. T. s .nw Cas.l PIOIUL PAL QCURDS T a a. a. ( naU v Jease. gi. ei.nar. a Im+e uras IJu- m I w d t" TODS S." 3GUR , . ATRNES AT LAW, DMOr.O, LAism.,   Finals.ies ears sh. se CaosL lf Ss. sw...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 March 1877

THE. ~CON I:YVII. : ISIAt*A. cZIIPJ rf 'LZAGZAN& Ours -losisAi U st th qOicke oG a i aat tirl lq oS who ha. remarkable gifts ofd clirya. Olive tookout of her pcket-book a Chinas oin that she had obtained is lea Parniso and hnded it to the r dhelltte gd; b stod in the audle while the daughter rearised -  thesae I "What les Ine1 ' asked he msA. "A c, paps," an swered the little girl. "What tat eta cola?" "Feseiga cals, papa." "Can you tel me what contry ita c ei fie?' " , papa" s repldied, without a pease. JivRe Laps was srprised that thes should know the col, even whohe be h lt a his ands sad ia spected it, for Chie i are not e comma.os l ndo as they are i LaN Fsauchee. , AN iea is gair niag gInd with so ata that the slatin the polar pb Ssew ats amwith them. Capt. (yse, a srmesd ablsh arval oer, has vl uatesael to eamedCtabieeoa party ever asthe ur bandied alse thorebe which ame ma yetr be traveres, and the ipsest Mds a wm sumppe r. Mr. Conwdt, wh demss msch a. e inqhebdhsl...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 March 1877

rear ar g l CIed rses. I di "g1 U o rPleaeDt hba, d 4.: -at sad tie sei t1 astU at. 1 But of teer weddia maly tF T'lit wev.adio which was aee I1 be, He ud "yesa. " to ad tIasthu e Tb ..aht,.a btr jedgpeut, bat would be, " Oa.. t)i. . d r(ieus I think. sabu d t aUndesrtd oew, quite pbltR." t " o ," t id (;u, " just speak it out, I've not tse flatateL hi of doubt That s il in altbhn we'llt sre, And end. as we've bqa- To satls with but a single thought. Two hearts that best as e :' ,A i-t smIU, l tender equeee. t (ti asded to his tmague: : :h.a sae them, say ypbe psofl Petwere is a.m did midwki " Ot rtuvwea.ma nU live with ,. S.aId ride the sewt.' my dalgtea Gus, For that you know she's use ter," ` "·:ot m·e* rrfl *lmn la temper hir, I Ani .raped ha bat, and reiedt: "( G *-le, Slha: ptthe'twttt Pea al : Recorded is my vow o i blb; N , +neher-ino-, with threotealng eye. a : angRue ll peosr toeurcify. lt ever rule this meater:" NOT TO BE CAUGHT. Two ,men sat in convereation. The ,., ,,...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 March 1877

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLANO. TUL - . NAUSIAN.-- - * . h.. RAVUl... ...o.UIANA, turdaý, Maroh 81, 1T17. BiE - A.ND T IE . Gen Grantu d hily an on their weeura 0utr. There it o appeo9riasio o pay Hares s Coammissis. Primes Assesra Dmparn, aephew at Napelsee t shea, is dead. A heams was burned at Cmdese. Omtario, ebsTasday, with he. childysn is it. Psasmasr-General Key is mid s be h. -is by sAss themmad appliatesn or ese.. The Pope is eported in a critical eomditim physicaly, and his death may be spected at ay time. The Louisville swindle knowra as he Keusehy Cash Distraition Cerompany h rsDeld, N. C, was ealms eatislly deM, y ed by ire as Tesday might. Ls. esseimsed at U 0 Gmst made a speechof about *n haddred weeds aD he Chasser e Cameme of Cim. cisasi, les Maday. A dam behs  r Sated. Cos.C ,a olass*" day mrtiS, dessofieyi asOOPOpOO wrth of ps.psity is that tows. Tesh J. Davy, ernmed ose ahd Ulprr rmwe have desssrtd thr Pakhand Hme S d Pes: ver at the NMhols oese. ' Hayes Loul...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 March 1877

AYTvILLu.... U3IAWX Inrtdlmy, Kenk Sl, IsW, The warer is wr sad paiem.a Friday. Lshema he buhek seen who you go o Remember that an peil mark e your ppe is a i equest a pay up. Mr. Jbs Mwose, a aged gentlemea, we tars, died in the sahera parn of this parish tear ooled prisnear wer beueght sejail fton Delhi ward, Thday eveig, chargepd with souay. We lears that NiM. Collia, at this purish, is received iters pem oem as cotao press isnessed by him. The uasseis o all parties imreetd is diseted a the swice of the Cosmissioner of Iaresl Revease, in another cola. Mn. asie, as e the olddes ladies of our paish, sad modrler i law at Bea. and Ed. Myrick, died ae Wedoeday monuig. e s me s earry enough bases er besf and bead samg, whan yen go et em a emaup-huset Yea meeda's be as particular set. the srt. Mr. Ed. Myrick preseted as with a beates of mlseemuay vegsebles less Tuesday, the slm we have nesived this pring. Thank you, ar. We Itasr Ai Jobsay Gird killed a wey blegs wple we on Ree ayoa., Iv...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 March 1877

re. reu Fos; Ma # ierroer. ifH ad r s s Tre , p t'l nowM., !it aobedy arest for me. lil ,la a.4e, IpIaily W. "' (tLC r up. tefilr ap." t wttte he,: STti.Iy L. Lbrrn. witho ut imnLdtatin. Woauld4 rat w a uomll apnd lwilopion; Mam t-r* uarratef reuh llP "irnr :as '* .:Yee u. _ "erbup " P.i wittere l k W: S4 i It i Iotetam aIn the wrile etorais 1 ,1 iV s W l i l r l lro . Ii O.u 145h tlrb o eofthybW p t hin. I Rduabf ill eUt m *k al h wa.di pse. For uted eame ,0r ma. it tl q rio will tom and faewen bloom Irni-. *'-I 'tr.ip. rler tu1."' twit esi he; ' A wilb t)nm will-tnaSP 0SUIeW, nd thie. I ea ulh alL kab tbinm, at deaPir tm4.t the te tre. up. se ashin days. I .at ; iu rclentmrt( and warble tlhe paiI T,' tEIepfosii Piekip.e'ie. .t.p lito one of those pockets behind, iu '.' ich, besides her handkerchief she hail d4no.iaed an apple, a handful of pea nwst. a iunarter pound of gumdrops, a little bottle tf ammonia, and some othcr trie. he antid hler swain, after admi.r in flie comupl...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 March 1877

S uocl.u4ed from pFe 2. taIy all is changed. Tho vt eat ate are cut up into small plEafat obs"maa, of them owned by the aeeer , who nd call no man master. They bring in their saon s product, sometimes on a mle eY -" ti iiti h~ oa b to'the lease of ro, Soule the e race in these localities. THE $4EA ILANUD cOTTON brings treble the :ice of inland. An acre will preduce in the neighborhood of three hundrendad ifty pounds of sead grow all theo otn, as m one io 1e of the Northern men have thus far succeed ed in their attempts Let the reader re member that we have not looked at a sin gle piece of "ahinery yet, and then cal culate the number of people and the amount wof tb, there works employ and produce, be we reach thefactory. The sail, the mine, commerce and manu factures, all And employment to supply The Clark Thread ('omprny'" worksadta when they stop the cotton may bloom and fll unpluked, the eal miner ma tarvesnabedot black dlmmmods,the salb on tbo.riers be spretnthe breeae ns mo...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 March 1877

RICHLAND BEACON * n a ... :.  m9 wGam ar . n . m ,re age fi . BRUSH, ·- c-I 0ger, Ts I rhot-Ir. Wo.kr, Dakte ot Drove Wf Pig. sad T6o% - AND DIALI Its :- COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, Iouse Purnishing 0oods, Tin Ware, Pump, Pmp Pipes, Sheet Lead, reik aMd Tie, Ch.ero nrsvel. an. lg. aends. VehabuMr, Mais. . Also agent for the GOTHIC VENTILA TO1 and CHIMNE TOP, that will care mokey chimneys and is dh very thig for ventilating Machine Sops, . R. Depi s, Car Sh , et. In oadering d imid esewmm nt of top t chimmy w ventilatin ft. April 15th, 1876-1y. AALABLn WOOD LAND. FOR 8ALE-CHEAP I . Theo oinds known a the MEeTi l eia situaed in T ships 15 and 16, will be .old reap fIr eas or on rotms. Appy se Wai T. tOhe tha, or Marh-tia WaEh Y PF. MANGHAD. V0 ALUAs iAJI D FOR 8ALE! 200 eleared and is a good tate o ikivation, stamed is I a orth-east corner . ehlad perish, sm. th - tYhe yMaen Tes is ad good g9m ease, wre set of qewnem for iabnars, nn ies, Sm himplmeus, blaek smih toos and as emls a...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 April 1877

"LIBERTAN ET NATALE NOLUW." VYUL 9, NO. 14. RAYVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 7. 1877. WHOLE NO. 430. IIICHLANDBEACON. a S Li. C.s.ery Upw.r. 1Y4 erery -. I-n - Jt. KUSAMAM fallreAM Isr. Terms.. of 1Ubaorpttm: e Nspy, e!.-Tear ..................yM N O.eWc--. six orsthe..................... .sU ta ej..p., i. .labs, f ywe , ek .... $3U isaotarr aati s Des cost 1.0 .,-~a,. gyp W.N. P ens,r -pu .e DlieS AtM bey nmse.r-u-e'rraue cMCt : co: LC. Glnsr. - - - . Jadge W. J. Pesa, Distriart A AnusePe.; rainsU ostada: ~ . 143s.Lb~, Dmiseric Ammey Proeo, J. A. Luaas.,h . . Sh .Ke urif; Wnsus P. Mauesau, -- a, , beid, W. Tits Jessas, Premideme Polio. Jury; J. W. Vans, . : .P!!uichkeemr et.s rw: Ward I-Job. Dih, S.-W. T.J;rds S-Job. H. Huillus; 4-Miesy 0. Ms.5hin, 0. T. mith. clerk. PBRO IUOBAA CARDS S.5. ts, I . avv ineu s.ta. toll tUDD R BRIGHAM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Phiele is the eawrts ehs pmdshmo Nmitmsk (, Oarnais sad Lbelrd, sad is Lbs uprme coven at m Home. La. Jesesry Sm, l77.-Iv a. 6. 6350. A...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 April 1877

THE BEACON. RAYVILLE. : : LOUISIANA. CUBRET PABAGRAPIlS. NEWPORT is telling of the famous snow storm of February 20 and 24, 1717, which covered the ground from ten to tweaty feet, so that people for some days could not pas from house to house; it generally covered the lower stories so that people dug under the snow from house to house. Soon after slight rain fell, and the frost crusted over the snow so that people went outof their chamber windows and walked over it in safety. Tilr fashion critic of the Loud. - Court Journal rays: "A few years a riding habits were so long that accidents were of frequtat occurence; they are now bo short that they are not habits. I wa. standing the other day at the railines in the park, when a young lady on horse baeck passed me. I presume she worea "riding habit," but were I asked to make an adavit that she was not attired in trousers my strict love of veracity would prevent me from doing so." An old man died the other day in Par is, who lived on 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. — 7 April 1877

TlOMPSoV OF "* ANG ELS." . th. -t.ry of Thormpson-oi Thomopson, the :..r.,,t " Age ie", I rit::en!y drunk was Thompson, but always peI tlte to the stranger; .got and free was thee ouch of Thompson upon his revolver :.reat the mortalty i.cident upon that lightnes s and freedoom: Y t not happy or gay was Thompsan, the hero of r'tenu pote to himself a acrcnts of anguish and sorrow, Why do I make the graves of the frivo!ous youth who in four Ir ouhtlesily pae my revolver, forgetting its iUhtmness and fresit.m Why. in moy daily walks, does the eurgeon dr'oi his left eyelid, Tio undertaker smile, an8 the sclptr of graTe at ne marbles lean on his chleel and gae ? I care not n''rmurieh for attention ; -ihle am I to my ways. e i-t for this !;ht ane and freedom." Spoke that pensitrve man-this Thompson, the S heroof " Angelsl" R;tterly smiled to himself, as he strode through the chapparal, musing. " Why, O why ?" echoed the pines, in their dark olive depth far resundiang, Why, indeed?" whisp...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 April 1877

OFFICIAL JOURNAL O( RIlciLAND. T08. J. MANGHAM, - - - - Editor. RAYVILL E.... LOUISIANA, Saturday, April 7, 1877. HI,& .iNlD THERE h tue tveriInrit dl.!,t irecrease is $1 1,. One thnosan:l shiiphlildler ,of England! are on a strike. Carldial Cullen, of Dub)lin, reln.d. is seriously ill. Count Henry Von Ar;nl; has become blind from erysipeIns. lonztherty Bro.. & ('Co., bank. s ait Il.r,-; burg, I'a., have failed. F. C. Hllmphries. Flnrida Tlector. becItme'. collector of cuistoms at P'enalcola. The Queens Theatre, Edlinbnr., S ntla,' I, wur burned on Wedneadly. Nob~u ll hurt. ('Cat. Frederick LT.hrhtnh. a veteran as.I I l years, died in New lurk oin Wednesday. The Demnerate of Columbus. Ohio. elected their lMayor this week by the n-uual majority. The Loij<iana Commni-sion lefr WasHing ton on Wednesday, coming by way of Lou isvil le. Union Record. Marcih 3( : A violent storm of wind, sleet and rain visited us on Saturday night last. A Oakey Hall sailel froma Boston on the f...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 April 1877

IYVILLE..... LOUISIANA, Saturday, April 7, 1877, aeml Brevltles. Plant plenty of cotton. Garden truce grows rne. Only three dollars a year. April showers are in order. Fine growing weather now. Early salad is quite plentiful Spring chickens are sprouting. Soaking rain all day Tuesday. The woods are clothed in green. When shall we have that fssh fry? The wild flowers are in full bloom. Move right on in the right direction. You should subscribe for your paper. The mocking-birds are sinning sweetly. All-Fools day didn't pan out many sells. The real business man always advertises. Calico parties are still quite fashionable. No reputation at all is better than a bad one. The weather was disagreeably cold last Tuesday. Plant cotton -it wi.l be worth fire cents next winter. Mr. Crawford Selvy is clerking for Mr. W. T. Ivy, at Alto. No man ever lost a cent by subsrribing for his parish paper. We call attention to the Tax Collector's notices in this issue. Them is no accounting for the deep ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 April 1877

TBB HOUSEHOLD. 8Me' Prertleel Adere e. l' Prtti"F r ae.g W aee*m.-a e or T - t It is well worth the trouble to have this thing of putting way wooles right ly done. We do not believe in uaing to bacco for the purpose, for we have known of carpets being greatly injured by 1 moths when a perfect line of the tobacco leaves was placed around the edge for protection. A line of salt around the edge is better, and a good sweeping now i and then is the bet preventative for the rest. Persian insect powder, too, is very efficient. If carpets are raised and well beaten at the proper season of the year, and that is during the spring house cleaning, there will be little danger of moths; but blankets and woolen .cloth ing laid away through the summer are d apt to show the depredations of the millers and the feasts of the moths in t the fall. If the millers have left no eggs in the woolens. anything that will keep them away is all that is required-linen, u a box closely pasted up, or even a news p...

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

SYD.EY SMiTH Once went incopgito to leville, the phrenologist, to have his head examined. "This gentleman'scase," 'mid Devil.e, "is clear enough. His tanc tarse of a naturalist, and I w $$eprtfasiesAhb . Thi gentle man' w0ru. a nag his col. 'eti lUrdsaa ." **ir," said r-mit, tuo ma~od upon him -olemnuly, wideopen eyes, e " don't know abh o a bird." ramm acE . VAU" tnssE. ".::I all people who appreciate the vatue of s.eepinga memorandum of buneinesq trans. ;ctions, daily events, an4 items of interest *,r importance, for future reference, should .sil on their draugit and get l)r. Pierce's Memorandum Iwo rme. The Doctor's S;rant II valids' Hotel at ButfLlo, whieb cots, wil:'n :ui-hed, two hundred thousand 'lol .r+, will he opened early in .une neat, for :i.e re-cetion of pati..nra atficted with Si:rone distaes an nd elefornutiesa. It will .fi..rd the most perteect farilitiel for the cure .ti sF1'h aftections, :tnd its I'Faity of physi. .;ri u, and surgeonr will emhbrare rlnadute *",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. — 7 April 1877

RICH LAND BEACON dams d, Ave"sas. 1,I9 aW I a as feom $MI imest a r a et aom Ins. geeSt, p .m onm has. o r a s 1 ms, a b sesa a H. . RUSER, Copper, Ti A Sheet-Ires Worker, Maker of Drove Wells, Pipes .sd To!., -: AND DUALBR IN : COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, House Furnishing Goods, Tia Ware, Pumps, Pump Pipes, Sheet Lead, Brick and Tile, raew r rdlkrry and Clay 8brer, VkhU.brg, MIs. Also agent for the GOTHIC VENTILA TOR and CHIMNEY TOP, that will caur smokr y chimneys and is thbe very thing i ventilating Machine Shops, R. R. Depots, Car Shops, etc. In olrering sead inside menaasement of top of chimney or ventilating shaft. April 15th. 1$76-1y. VALIUABLE WOOD LAND. FOR SALE-CHEAP I The lands known as the McKerall lands situated is Townships 15 and 16, will h sold cheap for cash or on easy erms. Apply to W. T. OLIVER, or Maech-i. WILEY P. MANGHAM. AOCl l LAND FOR SALE 200 cleared and in a good sate ofcultivation, situated in the north-east corner of Richland perish, ea the Bayou Maon ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 April 1877

"LIBERTAS ET NATALE JOLUX." VUL 9. NO. 15. RAY ILLE, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1877. WHOLE NO. 431. RI1CiiAN D BEACON. A Mal Live Ceamy Paper. Pubished etery -~.AAW - AWPIe T. J. MALGREA, - lMse A Psblsh e. Termo of qubacwtpton: O * e.o , sm year ........................ M Ofi -. r o .................... Tea eo,".. Isn labs, e year, each .... 2o stae esp... 10 11A smbseraPls lavariably i advasee. %e nm easerd apes ws lis mathil the osub S. 0 Passes, . Judge; W N Porn, . District Attorney J. New. P , . . . . . . . Clerk. PAulSE CUlT : . C. Mosoomsv. . . . . Judge. X J. esta s., District Attorney Prot-nm; ,aasu onas: J. A. LUsosm.,. . . . . . . Sherifi WLs P. Masuaau, . . . Recorder; W. TeNs JesaeU, President Police Jury; J. W. m, : : . Parish Treasurer. oe.acc aa0s s: Ward I-Jobs Bishop; *2-W. T. Jordan; 3-Jobsn H. NMilling; 4-Heery G. Nanzgam, " -P. H. Parbisa. O. T. Smith. Clerk. PBOFNRIOUAL CABD. s1. I TODs, 1. IAaVaT seIAM. I DAVID TODD TODD & BRIGHAM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Ber...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 April 1877

THE BEACON. RAYVILLE.: : LOUISIANA. CURREYT pABAGRAPIS. IE.C_LE"EE bas bad three postmaster generals--Cave Johnston, Aaron V. Brown, and David 31. Key. TE secretary of the treasury has issued " reu.latons " which are to be observed in the appointment and pro motion to esition in his department. O.LY four of the Afty-eight signers of the Texan declaration of independence in 1835, survive. These are Edward Waller, of Virginia; John W. Bunton. of Tennemee; W. B. SEats, of Sherman, Coloradq; sad Charles B. Stewart, of Texas. All are over sixty-thre. SAVA&xIA (Ga.) News: There is a marked improvement manifested in what is called the material progress of the state. The ideas of the people are get ting out of the old ruts,and are mapping out a new departure In the develop ment of the .manufacturing interests of Geortis. Fern California railroad men-D. D. Colton, Leland Stanford, Chas. Crocker and Hopkins-have erected palatial rel dences on the summit of California street hill, in San ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 April 1877

AGBICULTCRJ E. Herr os Get Neer Tolis. An! now, dear farmers, such of you as :.re sired of the old tools, let us give you .a :,it f sdvice. If you don't take it bet ter than advice we have given you on f~rm'-r occa.ionA, ai1 right-it will be no great :,ss to us; so here it is: Do not rub linseed oil on your fork and shovel and rake handles: do not paint yourI plow- and mowers; do not use any rust prevertive on the iron and steel parts, aid above all. leave everything out of d ore. You really have no idea how quickly you will posess a new set of tools. provided you have a balance at the back.-Journal of Proge t... N.1s.fri Armwmiste. In .eply to several inquiries about th'is :autiful shade and ornamental tree, we would say that we have found it hardy in this latitude. With judi cious care in transplanting, when once established, it is one of the most desirable trees for the lawn. Its superior state lines of form, the s&u and richness of its foliage, and lavsh yield of fragrant fl...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 April 1877

CFFICIL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. THOS. J. MANGIIAM, -- . - Editor. RAYVIL .E .... LOUISIANA, Saturday, April 14, 1877. jiERE .IN)D T'HERE. The tminers ,f Fayette cuinty, Pa, are e' A *! -,n.' tire in Lynn, .1Mass., Friday. the ;bth in-t. iHu. S Cox ailI lady were in ,.w Or I,:: la-t weeik. It i.' iI ('i:acllbLerlin has declined the French Ml -s n-(.. The extr.a session of ('ungress will Ip ('oi vened uotne t:te lth. Petri Toleu. ivory mterchant of New York, has failed fur $12.,,IiJ,. Nile seats in the Hon-e of ('cong'ess will lprr:ably Ie cr.nteted. ::1l it ,of .:7' eipnlhlye of the Reading. Pa., Rallro:td Ihalve strluck. The indictment against Doil Pi:att for sedi rions writing has been dismnis- it. Rev. Dr. Win. A. Mlnhenburg. nuthlor of "I would not live always, I as,: n,.' to stay,' is dead. The Charity hospital in N, w Orleans is in a bad fix--seven hundred patients and no money. The North Bridaewater Savings llanlk. of Massachusetts. has been eainytined from do'ng business. Pos...

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