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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 June 1873

.L m MI/ m _ I_ ii ii 1_ .u n I n lill I H I I I I Im II _I I II I n_ mm Iln n I MI n n II_ _ui l n In ! i1 _ 1_nl 11uuu n u nI I RICBHLAND BEACON. RICHAND BEACON. A RBEC LiN CoIryL Paper.PTblTT1eerT Rates of Advertisig. Baturday Mornig. . -u-, Asate it rRICHLAND BEACO2N -0r t44 E di·to and Pttropr ielor. i .+;quart. ......... in$ .. 4 a . 1 ,, ;. l..a ,mr........... l l 9.a'. · .aI 35.( Terms of Subscription: - - - . r..... ... :,.,l ; I One copy, one year ................. ....0 00 olun . T Ii I 4 ne 3y, lx montihi.. ............... .50 b m * , I.t 4 T.. e pie, In ko**,Nr;-- . .ll rtla CU .'aMa*e . Atv,.rtis,.mwnt. .,-,r,- . t t . r.tl . . $1 I , . .leo .......- - r .q art . ,rh t4 tlrat in-.rion n. 17" en-, I , Mr IA s p l varibl i h - - u J, t one. Te' lin 0 or Isn 'o n 4 ilnt i.on .o.-+-, ..,,- V OL. V.-NO. 24. II AY IILLE, IA.., SATUI )AY, Jl 'NE; 14, 173:. VIHOLE NO. 2N1. n "i';,'.. ""' • it464 h ,$1.,_, 1 d''nc Misce llaneous Selections. MOODS OF THE RAIN. IiY (;. 1'. L...

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 June 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. WILEY P. 1ANGHA , - - Editor. S. B. BAIRD, Aisociate Editor & Publisher Rayville, La., June 14, 1873. Proeeedings of the Police Jury,, Parish of Richland. June 2Nd, 1873. The Policer Jury in and for the Parish of Rn.lIhh;dl. convened ih, the town of R.yrville, c.nd I'arish, purnn:tltt to ad.!ournonmett, John Pihop,, Member Ward N-. I. jl,.Sit s Ot. " " " 2. Presid'nt Jhio. A. Hemiler, " " " ". Frank Hatch, " " " 5. AItsBrT R A. Wynn, " " " 3. There beimg a ,injornm pre-ent. the minutes 4,m I%e last meetltg were real al I a9pp1're el, whlen tihe b&,ird proeeided to Ihu-ie'. Reports of H. I. Vickers and E. McJDoald, Road cynldi c, read and received. On motion, J. A. Ilelhr, John fisholp anll Frantk Hatch were appouinted a committee el' three for the purpl.e of s.ttlinrg with the Parish Trelasurer. awmI re'jmaired to make their report to tihe Board on to-morrow mosniag. When thle Beard reamuraed to meet to-nor row tmselJii 9 e'clock. ELIJ AI SCOT'T, Atte-r...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 June 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. LOCAL ITEEI!M. ReligiouM. A UsNiN i'KAYEIt M.UE.TIt.;, ofl te R:y-ille el,,, hu ,, well be kehi every Wt.lue-,lrmy is:1 'l' I . I 'R. S RV iirE - t Nr SalIert I'he- h r'ner Grir;.I, by Rev. .11lr. Miller, ion t1..' hr-t Sudlaltly of each montlh. P I, Ir. .SFe t t e.- -'he aplpointmtent , of hI) sl l StA.'.3c will I. h11l1 in R:vville nitl e I.'i r sttmuia v e'tit m i month, by Re v. T . B I .;t w --o, ,., i l,-ps ,p : *l .1 in i~ tt ,r. Pr,'r hling at .'rhel I;tl:i-t (0 h111 1, : .It.. lienut- plt-e. Seindi Sunday of tea monu thbt b I, ,.v. . . 1. ynohl-. 11 11 thI ba;lrllry I.:lure at Newt,n .McI(owian I i '111:"11 S.I 'Tl-I lr-t SItinlayy ;t l.'tlt . ('a..k,  colllti Sunday at (;rarIl 11 o c k i . A N anid Ntew S;alem, 't1 c'; _ l k I. . thlrld B,,uday at Uiion t. an1 , urth S,.m Ihu y at I:y vale.. Rev. .1. . W right, l ':,-tr in c-hall iru . I' itt .-K:tllt.tN.-lRev. ). ) A C(:mpbell will pIre . .h r,-guml ly. at Union ('hitrch oni lit1okt idlg., in F'ra...

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 June 1873

IISCELLAEOUS PARAGRAPHS. Kuraxrcxr's fruit crop is damaged. THERE is a scarcity of fish In New En land. VusETATION and the season are late all over the country. A HARTFORD man has left $20,000 for the support of lame horses. Dr.t-ra, the 'Zenith City," is still frozen up. CALluORtA has a wheat field of :1.O000 acres. Evxx Boston used 150,000 postal cards the second day. I Tuil question of the day In the South is "Who burnt Columbia?" Tin Kickapoos are kicking up a muss In Texas. TIeu ('Y ON TIER sTItarT-lIown with the dust! Mrltsnst li hires out her convicts at $14; a month, and doesn't find them. TwENTY thousand people took the pledge in the recent Maine teetotal revival. BISMARCK iS in Minnesota. It is the name of a new town there. GaRssenO.IERS are setting the wheat crop all awry in Texas. T'na Hibernian citizens of several Wes tern towns demand that the Irish langu:ge be taught in th.: public schools. THEY are getting up a grand excursion to Polynesia, at San I rrncisco. A Il'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. — 21 June 1873

RICHLAND BEACON.~ I~~I~ fl____ AEC N ado dvert~ising. H reil Jin Csuata Paper. Vabliahe every CPM: 1m1TflmJI t aturday Morning. WILEY P. rMANGHAM, Edit and roprietor. RITC 11 L..ju.ar..4 4N- i) '((M 26 IM Li 0 5. 3. DAlM, A ssroiadte dtir " rPblih er. Terms ofiL Subsoription: - - - - - One opy o 811 one fenr............. .............11 2AWD .110tS#Hl Sln.' One copy, ""IIbe * c Nlae olb:muth ............ ........... -~ Ten copis, i clubs one year, nb....,.... s t,"orpin naibyaNo name nhtered upon theh1uuntl themib rfir' V') 1I". Y.ý-\N ) 2. A VL. 1A... S.1 RIAY I e[[ 2I, I "ý. 11WII() i/IE No . ' Lier ir yid. M iseNel claneous selectio ns. pa A DA I' OF MEM.IIORIES. g Il C'. Y. ILlli~~l. .,.11t This is the road-up t .hrough the. corn an clover; Si l '.i t ,o'r, Ilh lr.t tiauraiiai, i- the lane; And that'. th, houae-they've painted it all over I io Wiit', I srcare siuultl know the old pl e ia again. If 1 Yet the namei ldear all houtse : how welII I know it atr' 'Though eiangedl, and...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 June 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. WILEY P. XANGHAM, - Editor. S.. B. bAIRD, Associate Editor & Publisher Rayville, La., June 21,1873. THE GROBEAT QUESTION OF THE DAY. How shall we save ourselves from utter Ibankruptcy and ruin? This is the all-almbsorbing question of our agri cultural communities-the solving of; which seems to be most perl.lexing. It is evident that there nmust be a new departure from the old beaten track hitherto traveled by the tillers of the soil. From them the wealth of the State comes-without them all would sink to ruin. In advocating their interest, we are advoca:ing the interest of all. Monopolies, for the past ten years, have been fearfully on the increase, and the farmer has to bear the bur (len of them all. Thus the few are enriched at the expense of the many, and it is high time that some counter mnovement against these monopolizers of trade, who are sucking the life blood out of the country, should be made. Already in different portions of our country, our farmer...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 June 1873

TaHE RICHLAND BEACON. LOCAL ITEMS. Rayvtille, la., June 1, 173. t Relist*aa. * A Uxtos PRAYIER MatTIan, ofthe Rayvilleo churches, will be held every Wednesday night. ( ErtscorAL Sgavits-at New Salem Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on the first Sunday of each month. Divtll SERvicu.-The appointments of thu Baptist Churcih at Rayville, are the Ist t Sundays iin each umothl.-Rev. E, B Rey nohlds, Pastor. Davsa rav:anr w will be held in Rayville on the Tlhird Sunday in each month, by Rev. T. B Lawsa,,, Episcopal Minister. Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, at Jas. Dennis" place, Second Sunday of each l month by Rev. E. B. Reynolds, and the Saturday before at Newton McCowan's School house. ArpProritsNx RATvvtLL CIRCrty, M. E CHULIiu SoTra-.First Sunday at Little ('reek, second Sunday at Girard 11 o'clock a. X., and New Salem, a3 oclock P. a.; third SBuday at Union, and fourth Sunday at Ray ville. Rev. J. %. Wright, Pastor in charge. PA.NAVTERIAAs.-Rev. D. A. Campbell will preac...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 June 1873

MIlSCELLANEOUn PARAGRAPHS. FIRE.S don't lie except when cookedut. IOW Ti' K eP' ItOOKl(-Never lendi them. 'TlE FIRST MAN LIONiZEI)-D aniel in the den. A ScAHEOOL rFO VOCALISTS-Silng Sing Academy. Ca(l1AIN JaCK'S CON.'NlyutrM-Whlere are we nlow? t'snREI.r.AA and pancakes are seldom secn alter Lent. l'RIDE IN i.AIN-Satranlah boasts of the first sunastroke this season. M1eu. MANEIoV SHE wants to hltsband her daughtaer's resources. Ilow can a man see the point of a joke when he is the butt? T'Hax hack-bone of winter may be bro ken, but its tail still wags. F.DIM.ENTs make good emigrants. They are sure to settle. UTIL.IZING; NATURR'S POFRCES-Teaching swallows to skim milk. LIrE is tRi.:-Maln respites, aspires conspires and expires. T'il. GRAVE OF UNAPI'PRIECIATIVE GENI' -''The waste basket. "llnGIa" notes are strictly avoidled by temnperancet glee clubs. A MAi.s with abl .tak-eye insistedl on suing for repairs. and not for dalnmages. NaOw is the time for fresh items about alnormlal ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 June 1873

RICHLAII BEACON. P4aituntry pu1in, Iuhb. v~~111L 6N__ ID 13E A C diltor end! Proprietor.~~ ~ N W 6. B. BAIRD, Asuociate Edlitor ! Publiher. . ~ ~ ~ r c hr o, pc ,,, OI1* vrr............ ......s i n Te r yriw of' Sw u b4d...............on : ""I bt' lir Im% 4 ýat~imý!e %oIlu3H. .pr..o:r d hIrtI. h oi. . dIt I u r'oa~ ,~ e," lb neyae c..... . Q ',1 au ennr lpions intsrl:,1,Iy in arulafic. II i'~..~ I I )I.. 1~II 1:r anonfI* Int,"r..I up,.n the li~t unto] the aubscrip- , - ." *,.ot.- ar l' 2I. I l IIL I l ~A I ).1 1. JIUIN l.~ ): 2S. 11.1 O. ý23 J.r...:nlIoi. 3pranoim e ih.ct.l#lno~ Selections. .l RH.E OF T1E.: RANl.. F. ll 1.4.1:* -' II " 1 ' 1 Tlll ', . L l l' b .,, l p.ltl- ,1 I,[ I'lr., h , 11 .-1.; I.;k, ,.1,! Wh U l, l h , . r li', , \ .w 1 i . 1 it ".1 . . lii .. \i1."111 " ll r -I 1:1.1 1I * I. - I. k,. 0 lZ ,, ,' , a )"." n t 1 II , , ,. 1 1 , 11 I 4 0' . 11 . - t l : ," t ,I 11 .1 4. , ' lr a L- I' . IIr a1t- r, lt41 4'II t y14'114i. -s -1 4.. 1-r 4i 1g . l ."ll , -11 r 1 ,1l...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 June 1873

THU RICHLAND BEACON. i WILET P. MANGHAM, - - Editor. 8. B. BARD, Associate Editor & Publisher Dayville, La., June 28, 1873. AGROULTUIRAL GRANGES. The organization of Agricultural Granges is a subject now agitating the minds of our people. In our last': issue, we promised to give our read. II crs some light, such as we possessed, I concerning the manner and conduct of these organizations. A Grange, as we understand it, is, a in one sense, a secret organization- b and why? It is composed of labor- ti ing men, and women; or, rather, those : interested in agricultural pursuits. It I is intended for the mutual benefit and n protection of its members, and is a t secret organisation in so far that it attends to its own business, and what is its own business no one else except a A member has any right or any business to know. Some 'old fogies' always have, and probably always will seri ously object to anything which bears the name of a 'secret organization'; and yet, if they are men of ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 June 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. larg trui LOCAL ITEMS. _ Ex yv -flle, Ls., Jume s8, 187*. the A Uxiow PRAYER MeaTtO, of the Rayville ing churches, will be held every Wednefday PRa aight EPISCOPAL Stavrtc-at New Salem wei Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on ofI the irat Sunday of each month. DIVhIt SEvrcs.-T-he appointments of pr, the Baptist Church at Rayville, are the 1st wh Sundays in each month.-Rev. E. B Rey- Ifor nolds, Pastor. Drthta Slavics will be held in Rayrille on the Third Sunday in each month, by Rev. wb T. L. Lawson, Episcopal Minister. ma Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, at Jas. Dennis" place, Second Sunday of each meath by Rev. FE B. Reynolds, and the 1 Saturday before at Newton McCowan's School house. ArPotslt'ar RAvvtILL CIacrvr, 'M. E Cacaca Socra.-First Sunday at Little Creek, second Sunday at Girard 11 o'clock A. i., and New Salem, 3) o'clock P. a.; third sunday at Union, and fourth Sunday at Ray ville. Rev. J. L. Wright, Pastor in charge. PaEslstvTlN.--Rev. D....

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 June 1873

WISCELLANEOUS FARAAaPHF8. A woMan's printing company is to be organized in St. Louis. Twz Italian sardine is fast giving way to the American "shadine." A Lnrs insurance company for women is in process of organization in St. Louis. GooD potatoes and corn have their eyes and ears about them. "Tnu good die young." espeelally dur ing the season of green fruit. Tax Vienna Exposition is now called the "Vienna Exposure." Expositions are played out. No objection can possibly be made to receiving an epileptic patient at a hospital because he is in a ftt state of health. Tau Mexican Minister is of opinion that no trouble will ensue from the McKenzie raid into Mexico. OxN of the Danbury man's clergymen announces the marriage fee at $5; chil. dren half price. GORASsnOPER shortcakes and potato hug pies are plenty in the Chinese restau rants at San Francisco. STOCKINGS with red spots are to be worn with low shoes this summer, so that mosquito bites won't show. Tun Woman's Journal has captured a M...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 July 1873

• I I IgIi li. . . . . .. .. . . .. . . .. . ... .. . . . . . . . .. . . r- . . . . . .. . . . . .... . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . .. .... .. .  ll•I M l ,- I I1I Ig__I II IIlII 11I I IIi iI II I Ji - - IRICHLAND BEACON. 1RICHLAND BEACON A I,.,, ,. ,-."I ',"". l.,bl,,d.... - ]Rates of A~dv  .i~ A Ibtal La r* 1'" u Mtrj lapr. bl a.b " - -.rV I, I ,~[: . A € I 'i*'"" , .3.im- l r '8at H ,rl 1 4,1x cers J hln r s oad l'mir,'r \ad tabliera . Tqo.IG|Ii-r * P iAN(..III1[ AI . .IN S • p y ear ............... t: "LIBERTAS ET NATALE SOLUM." Is,. ," p , als n*t the~lAirtlmleni,.lt mlri rtest atl the rat* of $I.50 lr T.. n ,r tl, in hlub n.u yart. rth .. rt ent f_ a 3.. .... .I. . - -- - -lalteuenlat ond?. Tb eIur r , un til Tu,r",.I tlrillnu oft bi'O.Ir P-l~l " - 4 ___ ___._,___, h*ie%1ur *4 "a .,. Al,,l..... :: int t'" tnl..rrid" .... \'OL. V.-'NO. 27. IIAYVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1873. WHOLE NO 234. N' " ... " .. 1 """; fr pa tlleA Hir...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 July 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. at WIILET P. MANGHAM, - - Editor. an LK s De , £Dkswiate ditor & Publ-hSer g" Rltville, La., July 5, 1873. t co Tnz Ohio rtrccers are preparing so tb bold a State Convention. ,a Tui yearly espenditure for public w schools in Pennsylvania is $8,500,000 et Tua Cairo and Folton Railroad ti4 will soon be completed to Clarks ville, Texas. e The Natibe Democrat announces ce tbe appesrnas of the cotton fy in i that region. e Tuns Caterpiller is playing behavoc u with the cotton fields in North Mis- '=1 sissippi. i TsAr!s on the Texas Pacific Rail- b road will run from Dallas to Shreve- a port by the frst of August. IT in said that Stokes has expended $150,000 to keep his neck out of the e bhalter. ct A new through railroad route from v Jew York to Washington has been ri projected. p As soen as the young Prince of Swedes finishes his studies be will visit the Uited States. Tws libel suit against the New I York 8.ns will be tried before the e Court of the District of...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 July 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. LOCAL ITEMIN. Rajrllc, La., July 5, 1nS73. RellDu.. A Usioa Psavaa Masviat, of the Rayville churches, will be held every Wednesday night. EPIscorPAL SaRrtc--t New Salems Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on the first Sunday of each month. Divisa Snavica-The appointments of the Baptist Church at Rayille, are the let Sundays in each moeth.-Rev. ER . ey nolds, Paser. Preaching at Bethel Baptit Chbch, at Jas. Dennis' place, Second Sandy of each month and the Saturday before by Rev. E. B. Reynolds. APrpotrswxra RaTv.rL Ctarr·ce, M. E Cacaca So.ra -Firat Sendy at Little Creek, senad Sunday at Giuard 11 o'clock A. N., and New Salem, 3; ooloek p. r.; third Sunday at Union, and fourth Sunday at Ray ville. Rev. J. L. Wright, Pastor in charse. PaalrrtlasA.--Rev. D. A. Campbell will preash regularly, at Union Church on Baskin Ridge, is Psanklin Ps., on the lt Sabbath in each mouth; at Rayville on the second Sab bath; at Alto on the third Sabbath ; at Oak Ride, Moerbo...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 July 1873

CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC. 1T e,ºan' Pli.EnsxINA.-The fact ap ears to have hwen dlcmonstrat4l that metir5, before they enlcounter the re tardling influence of the earth's atmom plhre, oft4en move with a velocity wsv ,cral tim.es that of a cannon ball, at the inustance of its discharge. If a cannon ball, could be made to move with such velocity, it would almost instantly be ,lestnryed,l displqariug in a streak of tlamo. Meteors which enter the atmos lphere at any considerable angle from a direct line t'ward its center are deflected from their course, and soon move from its intaflnce. Such is, no doubt, the case. with many which are seen to flit aluross the sky ; while many which enter i a it irect line are dissipated into im ipallble ga~es before passing half the ,li:tauce from the solar Iounds of the atnmsphere to the earth, or reach the earth in a state of impalpable dust. -lHands are infinitely varied. Their shapel, tint, the nails, length, width, roundness, are as different as ...

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 July 1873

I$IGIILL9MUNI) BFAUI)1 CROCN;N BEAON. A II-aI Lae £ ijrii Pyjr. IbL~v*d G n)( Rates of Advertising. 1V I1,Fi:Z' P. M A NC ý"H A "ýI. all kalhtor andt I'r jetritt,.I . i ____ _. SAMU1, ALroelso Saw an rd Tnb~rf Tr~·.·tl~P l er .nl 9I· ~r ~'i tP II,9 4* e , S I S ; ~iai~ E c 9 ·15 : 4ir. 2~ 1 ~ I I Q ·I * .' 1. j T e3 a n o f 8 u }ý g a ndip tio u: 6 -- -m -I I-o ft I tn n, . y rar......................... , .-- --- F'e m. nth* 2.:, "LIB ERT & S ET N ATA LE SO LU M .", feu .gae", o dan.b ron- 1ear ac .. " :~',, I -r i ·\O\02S, RS Y\ I LLE, LA., SATURDAY, JUS LY 12, 1873. WhOLE NO. 235 enured ·n"·',·' "; ;. 'i ti,,. ,ýL', W H O L E N o .r~·.~ ·cl, ··r uuln; e Tl,? ol.P 7 nVR. ,o] Th' folpkrli, e ..' epsh" t,.r p, war.. urtlr lv I ri I r y' -, n t., th. 1- af I w t but ti .t l.-. zft.d , at nyfer ..f .'Isar tk, wLas balt tlttenL wara .4d: . o The ho uis oel, the tr." are atr. Il ,..wul'um able t ew . twttlllj'* " ludi. mu. - hut what on earth in lull "". dear. Ra) Iusged for am...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 July 1873

TH RICGHLAND BEACON. WII.ET . ANGIRJA, - - - Editor. L b. B/SD, A ciateSt dit & Pubihe ]rville, , La., July 12, 1878. TtI LATEr TRABEDY NE THE 00DI OF 01101. The following we take frees the Vickmrg enrald, which expresses ear views on th sbject: Another mournful afair, with tragic ending, was reported in our telegrams from New Orleans yeeterday morning -the duel between Mr I. Baruwell RBett, Jr., editor of the Picayune, sad Judge W. H Cooley, so attorney of th city-in which the latter was mor tally wounded, only living six min stes, sad pasling ito eternity with "I am shot through the breast" on his lips. The particulars of the unfortu ate affair and the causes leading to it were given i full by telegraph, and we do netpropose to deal with the cua fSurther, but desire to make a few remarks on the subject of duelling generally. The duel has been kept up by an opinion which ponlts the in. ger of Bcorn at him who refuses the pistol's test, sad will be eontinued, we suppose, until ...

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 July 1873

H8 IZCHLAND BEACON. b LOCAL ITEMS. b syille, La., July 1, 1878. ' A Isitoi PAYRv Maartsi, of the Rayville ti urches, will be held every Wednesday it ght. ErPISCOPAL Samva--at New Salem aureh, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on a first Sunday of each month. DIVrsr Sanlvca.-The appointments of so Baptist Church at Rayville, are the let ys in each month.-Rev. E. B. Rey- I a, Pastor. ti Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, Uat Dennis place, Second Sunday of each th and the Saturday before by Rev. . SReynolds. Aroismrasts RATvILLI CtacmI, M. E caci Sotvr.--First Sunday at Little 0 second Sunday at Girard 11 o'clock C u., and New Salem, 31 oelok P. n.; third tl day at Union, and fourth Sunday at Ray- d lie. Rev. J. L,. Wright, Pastor in charge. Pauas aarr A .-Rev. D. A. Campbell will ach regularly. at Union Church on Baskin idge, in Franklin Pa., on the lst Sabbath in h month ; at Rayville on the second Sab t th; at Also on the third SaUisth; at Oak c , Morehouse, Pa., on the fourth Sabb...

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 July 1873

Prepare Manure. There is probably no eountry on tihe face of the earth where so great a pro poirtion of the elemenat of fertility in the manure are destroyed by careless handling as in the west. The inherent richness of the virgin soil, the ease with which it may he cultivated, the scarcity and the high prie of farm labor, the large areas cultivated by individual farmers, and the comparatively low price of the principal crops on the farm, have all tended to this. Never theless, we have constantly reiterated that it will pay to save manure in the west, and the time is not far distant when manure will become an absolute necessity. The following by a corres pondent of the American Farmer, of Baltimore, Md., although written from an eastern standpoint, where manure is absolutely the life of the soil, will nev ertheless commend itself to every think ing farmer of the west : "If the farmer wishes to make a good crop of hay, he must manure his land thoroughl7. Two or three tons of timothy ...

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