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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 June 1877

---------- -- ---- u-·-- ·--- "LIBERTAS ET NATALE SOLUMI." VOL 9, NO. 26. RAIYILLE, LA., SATURI)AY, JUNE 30. 1877. WHOLE NO. 442. RICHLAND BEACON. A Re· Live Couatry Paper. Published every Saturday Moring. T. J. MA1IOA, - Edits. atbllisbs. Teranm of Bubsoripton: Our r asix mo ths ..................... Tea iO,. a Lbs, one year. , each .... assleespie se... ............................ i r"All aberrtio Lvarrlably i advnce. SnAuam atered u the list mtl the rub awrtp . is paid. roscll D .oaaT: JUNaL-UO sNglZST DiWIStoC coU?: SG. Paaeous, Judge; W. N. qPot, - . .District Ane J. Ne.O. T . .. Clerk PAtRS& COIaT : I. C. Neeuommoar. . . . . Judge. . J. meaue,, District Attorney Protein, PARIS. optICal: J. A. iMmm.t,, . .... Sheriff; Wna P. lMAeLs, - . Ibecorder W. Trie. Jomsa, President Police Jury; . W. sa, : : : :rartTrasre Ward l--John risp; 2--W. T. Jrada; S3-John H. Milling; 4-Heary G. Maughams, " S-P H. Parham. O. T. Smith Clerk. tODD & BRIGHAM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, B "ns Luou ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 June 1877

RAYVILLE. : : LOUISIANA. CURBENVT PARAGRAPH I. Tuu3m are 375 appointments to be made on the police force of New Orleas, and there have been 2,500 applications (only), and, Governor Nicholls having been consulted, is of the opinion that the 375 vacaneles won't stretch .to the desired capacity. " YAxexA WA!" is the Tarkish cry of fue,and Instead of ringing alarm bells, the Constantinople authorities discharge seven Krupp guns. The locality of the fire iS ldicated by fags or lights. The fiomeu are called "tumulbadgis," and the diarent companies often fight each other, as in Christian countries. The sultans themselves used to run to the fires, but they are now adore dignified. Nsw Oazznxs Democrat: The cot. ten-gin created a revelution in the coar and production of this Important fleece. Recently another invention has been patented which may pduae almost a marked an eect as the cottongin. It is the picker. It is a wagon-like ma chine, which is driven through the ripened folds, and pick...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 June 1877

BISTOBl OF B TSSIA. R!w ; Ib:tfhPe ot Om Th.mwssEd rers-A.n lwteesesg eawsew. Franees A. Shaw has written a brief history of Russia, which has been pub lished with two excellent maps by J. I1. Osgood & Co. The history gives a suc cinct account ot the successive rulers from the time when Rurik, the noted Varangian chief. was called to Novgorod to suppress internal dimension and pro tect the place from foreign invasion. He acted his part well, and Novgorod found that, like the horse in the fable, who asked the helpofa man, it had taken a master upon its back when it begged for an ally. Rurik laid the foundation of the empire, and after fifteen years of fighting and ruling with a strong hand, left his infant son, Igor, to succeed him in 879, with Oleg for regent, and the re gent seems to have been faithful to his young master. This Igor married a beautitful peasant girl without disclosing his rank, afterwards made her his queen, and at his death she became regent. e renounced paga...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 June 1877

IAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. ." ' THOS. J. MANGHAM, . - - Editor. S RAYVILE ... LOUISIANA, Saturday, June 30, 1877. Ill'l:.1?5I MERE. Ii.bh. rt Dale Owen is dead. I .li. int. '%. l.ow., IT. S. navy is. h .. Th, lelIAillF are fiill on the war lath in ( 3e1i1- :111I hlih . Several lMllie M.aguire, were inng recent ly in PennsIylvan~ia. ('ollector William., rf lnitimlore, refs-es to resi. ig, as requlestedl. Th'le ('Chamber of D)epulties of France was li-holved lai'st ll loay. L oui'i. :nn :mot- F;7,0 l, t of the .; m e. t-i lt alppropriated for the sulrvy of pullblic lands. John IH. Grain received tlhe Republican tnlloinatIonll as candidate for Governor of Iowa. That little war is still going on in tile East. T'hey have a little allair goiing on in Mexico also. Nearly the entire business portion of lMar ,lelhead, Mass., was destnryed by fire last Monday. Cadet Henry O. Flipper, colored, Ines been assigned to the Ilath regiment of cavalry, vice Fuller, transferred. Gen. Sherman has instr...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 June 1877

.Ages te of the IReaea. RowELL & Cnflk ss0. St. Lui- M1... Ae bur authorized A.lnt. t,j rcontr;ct fir advlr tising for the BgACJV. S. M. PrnTIsatLr. & Co., 17 Park Row corner Beekman street. New York, are our authorizen agents for N. Y. H. P. HccsAlo, Advertinincg Agent, New Haven. Conn.. will countract for advertise uents for the BRacox. RAYVILLE.... LOUISIANA, Saturday, June 30,1877, last lBrevassew. The Supreme Court convenes in Monroe on Monday. No mere moonlight evenings fbr another lunar month. Only four more days till the g- lo-ions old National Fourth. Attention is directed to all the new adver. tisements in today's paper. Oh! for some spot where the sun never shines and the zephyrs ever play. Our Texas letter received too late for this issue. It will appear in our next Prepare this evening for the enjoyment of a peaceful and quiet Sabbath to-morrow. Truth always triumphs over falsebood. however plausible the latter may appear. Little Minor Scott fell from a tree i...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 June 1877

AQGRIC ULTUZJ L. Fedl. swrinme i swmmenr. Now the true way to fatten pigs, at any season of the year, is to give a por tion of coarse food, such as turnips, beets, carrots, potatoes, cooked clover hay, or gram, the last being the natural food of the pig, and in summer alwaysat hand. While in cold weather it is necs sary to resort to roots, which have re quired manual labor to grow, in summer the pig can get its own gram, and only requires a moderate allowance of grain to keep it growing rapidly and have it ready for the knife when gram ceases to grow. If we take all the hogs fattened in the United States in a year, and chsange the time of fattening from cold to warm weather, one-h.lf of the grain now fed will make all the pork. This would be a rving of food, at least, to the amount of $76,000,000 per year.--South re Farsser.. TrewoMt o1f N ' C'ltere. Mr. J. . Long, of Jaspercounty, Mo., says: Years ago I lest thousnds of dollars' worth of hogs, but for the last six years I have no...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 June 1877

TO CORRFSPONDEFNT®. X11 commuiaeations for this paer aboad bet ac cUorlM.-th Co racks of thea oor;, the Le aucamn, etc. Each of theoe divisionl t car a/t wrtSM" Maaq'rila, hMi to writ-. has acief, wo is caller. d an arly ma and holds the rank of general, adh all a thp Theks of he emire dirided into uevde corp--the (bcarb of the Don, the loo sacks of the Ukraine, the C. ,acks of tb Cucausu, etc. Each of these division has a chief, who is called an atamao and holds the rank of general, and all ttr Cosacks of the empire are united unde a single chief, who has the title of thi b' ataman general." The latter title al ways devolvemupos the hereditary (Grani Duke. The (mesck clothes and equip himelf and bis uniform and his horse be leong to himself. He wearsa large, round low cap made of skin from Astrakan wide pantaloons stuffed into his boot and reaching just below his knees, the whole covered by a kind of overcoat but toeing on the back and having three loneg aps reaching to the feet ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 30 June 1877

1IICHLAND BEACON IM of Adertising. wrasc. I w. I . m. m. 1 ye ne tlusaren....... 4 0 a at e e dvrtemea taerkd at the rate et glJ p TwN8ur tse a M... ro f 1 16 I 25a Tmhroequret a, .... s 9 1 2 s Fur are. rFetm aru. s is m ot. aa an t WOOVum ....I FLO 00ERS. Thlere ise no woman of any age, condition sqr earanc for but hns her resemblance among Isawers. Slme women blossom their bsest early in life, like the violet, and like it lose their sweetness early; while others reach a later and longer perfection, though not so lovely, like the gillillower. The manners of .tne women are anffectionate. indeed, but humble and be.eclhiin, like the appearance of a forget-me-not; while some other women will look the worlhl full in the face and persist in it, turning themnl impudeatly and purposely about, like those tall flowers which follow the sun. One woman is ftl of pleasantness andm -,n:, andl exhaies agreeable feeling as freely as the wild thyme dots its lovely scent; while another has no natur...

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 July 1877

*"LIBERTAS ET NATALE SOLUMI." VOL. 9, O. 27. RAVILE, .LA., SATTUI AY. JIULY t 1877. W11OLE 4~NO. 413. lICl IAN !) EACON. A Itat l.irv, Iouantry P'alar. Publishel ctry Saturday l rin;g T. J. ANGJOHA, -- Editor & Publisher. 'I' rine I Soi .a k rirptr OS O "r ,  .."ne \ar . .. .......r ....$ in" Otiw c l.. hit ie,~n a . ...I.............. I ) Tl".n cott, a. iln .lu "s, car, erchl ..... 2 II Sill.,e cuple/' . ....... ...... ........ 10 r1'.l ,obs.rs1,ti.ls invariably in atvanee. No u~nlme nterr.t upj..r the list until the sub Brrilption is paid. Oeaial Direey. JUDICIAL-FOURTEENTil I)ISTRICT C.IRT: S. to. PAIross, - - - Judge; W. N. POTTs, - - Iistrict Attorne.y J. Nw. Ptra, . ......- - - - - - - Clrk PARISH CURT: E. C. Moraw;owr;R. - - - Jdge. M. J. L ,DDELL, District Attorney Prottiin; PARIWs orFICIS : J. A. TIDDo.L,, . . .... hersiff; WILlr P. MAs~OnA , - -. Recorder; W. THIos. JoaRDA, Presildent Police Jury J. W. SJsa, : : : : Parish Treasurer. POLICI JUROas : Ward 1--Jo...

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 July 1877

THE BEACON. KAYVILLE. : : LOUISIANA. CUZrrENT PARBGRAP~ OBP AMONG the choicest treasures the ofi dt. Petersburg Museum are specimens of the skin, hair, and bones of the Siberian ,nammoth, obtained many years ago by Adams, a Runian merchat, from the natives in northern Siberia. The entire animal had been wasbedout from a fren I gravel drift, and had served as food for the dogs of the natives fr a long time. TUE Protestant Episcopal church sup ports, in its foreign mmionary wok, forty-seven stations; twelve of which are in western Africa, nineteen in China, six in Japan, nine in Hsyti, one in Greece and one in Palestine. The num ber d mimsloarles and other laborers employed is one hundred and eleven, of whom two are missionary bishops. The communianat number about eight bun dred. I is marvelous the vitality there is to Cubs. Here it has kept up a war for years with a powerful nation, sad at the same time kept up the manufacture of its staple article, Havana eigars, supply bing arly al...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 July 1877

A GAINE OF HRARTS. Morton Levylian looked into his com panion's face and wondered if she really possessed a heart! Or was she only-as had been mid-a creature of intellect, one who required not, and wished not, the most preeious of all life's blemags- love. Rather a difficlt question! and her beautiful, queenly countenance, with its lustrous brown eyes and delicate chiseled features did not serve to satisfy his doubts. He was accustomed to be a favorite with the gentler sex. Wealthy, intel lectal, and handsome, he was very naturally appreciated by maneuvering mammas and marriageable daughters. Clara Vane was unlike the woman with whom he had been thrown in contact. Although amaong, she was not of them, and her indifferenee hurt him much more than he cared to confess, even to himself. So this evening, as they wandered to gether through thebrilliantly illuminated rooms of a fashionable devotee, he asked carelesly, albeit his eyes rested search ingly upon her face: " Miss Vane,do you be...

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 July 1877
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 July 1877
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 July 1877

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. TBHO. J. MAIGHAM, - - - Editor. RAYVILLE... LOUISIANA, Saturday, July 14, 18l7. LOCISIAN.f B.PTIST ST.TE CON. 'VEATION. We attended the session of the Louisiana Isaptist State Convention, which convened in Bastrop on Friday mornint, the Gth instant, and would like very much to lay before our readers a full account of what transpired during its session, but we did not keep a minute of the proceedings, and if we had we have not the spaec to publish it. Therefore, we will confine ourself to a few general remarks and refer our readers to the Missis sippi Baptist Record, published at Clinton, Miss., and to the minutes of the Convention for particulars. The delegation was small, probably not more than one-thid of the churches of the State being represented, but a large proportion of those present were ministers, and there was the usual amount of preaching during the intervals of the session. On Thutsday evening a large audience was sertained with addresses on...

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 July 1877

Agents of the Imaer.. RowtLL & tt'r.stlA.t. .t. Lt.,,,i Mo.. ate our authorized Agents to coltract fur adver tising for the B&aco. S. M. ParnmeOLL & Co., 37 Park Row corner Beekman street, New York, are our authorisen agents kfor . T. H. P. HcclAoD, Advertising Agent, New Haven. Conn., will countruct fr advertise ments for the Buacos. RAYVI...... .LOUISIANA, Saturday, July 14,1877. The weather is quite pleasant. The leas are terribly an.noying. The health of the parish is good. The waters have again subsided. Planters are laying by their crops. Plenty of boating water in Bartt yet. Times are still dull and news scarce. The fruit crop has damaged the trees. Plenty of half ripe fruit in the market. Now prepare for sowing your turnip eedl. They are as quick as lightning--tho-e flei,. The mercury ran up to 9b° laust Friday and Saturday. Carbolic acid might rid our town of the frisky fleas. First bale of cotton from Texas, in New Orleans, July 11th. Rev. J. D. Fletcher preach...

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 July 1877

TO CORISPONDENTS. All .ommuoicatio-s for this Per should he ar. oDo4iO e by the nave of theauthor ; ot ncamrr fr publicatln. beut as seideae of good faith ou the pert of the Writer. .an rrilptsoeuld be written only D,e oe tdeof lthe pper. B re-rtr. cr fl in regd toour datm., a o having atll dga AGEICULTURAL. M~Uet At Cattle eand P'eftry. Last year I made an experiment in growing millet, growing two sorts, the common, or Hungarian gras, and the (Golden, sometimes acalled German millet. The yield of forage wasenormous, at the rate of four tons of cured hrageperacre. It was cradled when the feed was ripe and bound into large bundles and set up in rows with the tips of the bundles to. gether, and left stading until thoroughly dry, when it was drawn into the barn and stowed away on scaflde. The cat tie will eat it freely leaving the coarse part, which is valuable for bedding. I feed none of it green. This year I intend to use a portion of my crop for the rows' supplementary feeding when...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 July 1877

UR@OPRIN ARM t1M The fifth edition of Baron de Worms' book, "The policy of England in the East." contains some interesting tables on the population and armies of the Eu ropean nations. According to these re turns, the Ottoman empire, iaclusiveof the tributary states, coprlises 18,000,000 Turks, 1,500,000 Arabs, 600.000 Tartar., Turkoman sad Zingareer, 5,123,000 Roumanias. 2,000,000 Greeks, 4,800,000 Bulgarians, 500,000 8ervlan, and 800, 000 Bulgarians professing the Moham medan faith. In Servia there are 450,. 000 Roman Catholics, and 100,000 in Al- 1 bani. Altogether the population of the 4 empire reaches 52,00'.2S8; but this is ianclusive of nearly 11,000,000 Nubians 5,000,000 Egyptians, and 8,000,000 Ron manians and .errians. In another table the effective of the armies of the difer- I ent powers are stated as follows: Rue sin, 1,789,571; Germany, 1,248,8314; France (inclusive of the resrves and ter ritorial army), 1,118,52.5; Austria, 964, 263; Italy, 871,x71; England 655,808; a...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 July 1877

IIICILANI) BEACON Rates of Advertising. spa1t  I W I. JU fa. " a. I w Twat  m m ....d. to t st iio 00 1 Fumrsquarem.. 1 at.l, (rO1a larda 7 Ittt ns lt R" ý RI H RITE. THE DITOR 'A tbaclr....... " $ . IS ( o i 4 w s es AThe orthaulitt atof the apers of the Aditors ofi tie hast Insertion anhd oments r ae a well uast dy sTera imens of pees cition a squar e.s pla-e in a late tnmlwr of tie Pica n g'e orthowl na Cardphy perrly rii, t it fs ma, months. 512.50 In a dvan.c. 01: RULSH WIITES THE AUlDITUR A. takhe tuv- hauilg c of the writers ef tIs a t latr's ofice anis uneartled some niqu The as well tas dlrty peeimens of petitietrn for alie, ,nert at oltiial aters we find tie :tllowin; Ir ir--ls isace in a late Fmirort lette Picad y rum wh~ich partakes to thme rexent of bth.a . thi P'anyune sln . t i an uite mBelsieve ant ,lhe orthaograplhy entirely marigimal, bast? it is ta ikn a- t tiem col t our Partie writer ill lta lut tiaf thal. anlve  call tie and go to the "' . rati: Pitlie. D...

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 July 1877

"LIBERTAS ET NATALE NOLUM." YOL 9, NO. 29. RAYVILLE, LA., SAT;III)AY, JULY 21. 187. WHOLE NO. 445. S--- '. .LNDS. LEES LETTER TO HIl1S SO. I loI' ''I'STERi DIED. RICHLAND BEACON. A Real Live Country Paper. IPblished ervery Saturday Morning !. J. IAIGIU A, - Editor & Pabliher. TFertne of Suhbscrnpton: One rcopy, one year ........... ...........3 ( jar cor-, six inonths . Ew.......P..... .... n 1) Ten copnah, in clubs, one Cear, each .... 2 0 gle copies .. ........................... 10 11-Alt subscriptions invariably in adtvance. 1 No a nl rlterel upon the Lidt until the sub- art scription is paid. LAI R JUDICIAL-FOURKTI NTH DIBTRICT CoURT: T. G. PAnsoexs, ... .. Judge; W. N. Potr, - . . District Attorney J. NswT. Pitr, . ........ Clerk' PARtIR CURT: E. C. Mo.sonuav. . . . Jludge. M. J. LIDDRLL, District Attorney Protein; PARtlg oFICas : J. A. LIoon-t. . . . . . . Sheriff; Wtsr P. MAsNAt, .-. . . Recorder W. Taos. JORDA, President Police Jury; J. W. Smmu , : Parish Treasurer POL...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 July 1877

THE BEACON. RAYVILLE. : LOUIBIANA. Jtrsle seox. When irst I mu anFly Sthrttched be tbh thelly. Fast ale. frast her sheep, wan dreauy sim Wid dhi launhia' round er.. uand ad foot I bound her, Then kiaher es her bleemi' cheek, ad softly stole away. But as, wid blushes brala', Tiptee I was tMrwta', Frem sleep she estart, ad ea me darts a dreadfl uIbtat' my, hand Ite a wister suam, she eodly sweepst ut arenle. ces stoopia' f 'lbe twlaeseseae chbarmirn' cluster In lab of etarry lmser, And wia the chaia, eacheattag, my ealees proud pursue. And see I met eouag Molly Mhes' mehaibl y, Wad at ea ad sintet' elghs, alug the A Ld ah! her swella' beem was wreathed wad dassy-blemase. iUke tas summer heave, a in my arme abe --&Bpeater. I HOW SHE CAME TO HAVE " 8o you won't have me, Nellie ? You c are sure you won't marry me?" Pretty littleMr. Nellie Willard looked meditatively out of the window into the C quite village street, a if among the leaf.- 1 less trees sad on the frost-bound land scap...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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