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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 September 1872

61a4 Proprietr. 9 O Ce I cl one opy, on2 year. TA~e opie lus. .ye....-V.UP(. 1 loouno "I IMrla IedO. N454l 121 05 In 4 Slage copioes .... . ..... ... J()I 3.S.n~~oe Je aa- rI, u~ Ooecop ,ubcix to mo nths ro~.ot- ...bbl .ý' .in..f.. riorle -1jtWont i 1 Io nameUO Jentro5upon tbC~i..tntlth(..u1xcr4 Y&)L. IV.,---N( ). 36.* Iº.A'V'II1E.I; 1A..1. s.il i I)A.1' SEPTEM~ll11 1~I 7. Ik72. WHOLE \I0." I:f .1cs habNiwo. Miscellaneous Selections. JOHN Y's OPINION OF GRAND MOTHERS. ITY ETIIh. LYNN. Iranlmothers are very nice folks; 'hey heat all the aunts in creatin, •. I a ehl r chapdni likea, And don't worry.about educralon. I'm sure eoan't e it at all, What a poor fellow ever could do For .M"pli, and peals, and cakes, Wit4Oln a graasdmsr or two. . tandmother po mftly to "ma's" & o bsboa e time; i- S stiti h , " 'tie true, 'tlsMh p.w a boy wants toclimab. Grandmothers haimve muffins for tin, And pies, a whole row in the cellar. Anl they're apt (ifthey know it ill title,) Tot nrke chiE...

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 September 1872

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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 September 1872

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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 September 1872

GLºERAL ITEMS. hI A bUI WAY To MAKw" a IMPItEssIoN- tl ta1| down in the tmud. 1, COOL PROCE'EDIN--.n ice manl elopilng i b tsice girl. LrrrL Wir. "Oh dear! then pray I tke care yu don't hurt yourself. ' , S Wall IT oRdO motive for riding a man w a tla tie ocomOtive. CAPEiTs hlug- LJ.'tC ..) are worn' out by the toot. A won. spoken ill season, Is the mo- I ther of ages.- Carltle. Nr.vtER ut a hard word when an easy 1 one will answer as well. A SaroiAT.-; helle wears $225,000 worth of dlamonds thi year. lIaR. llOLtlFs. says that crin ug wl.-ws a:rrv tirst. 'lhere is IOthtug like wet weathewr for trancplantlny . i 's of ,no u'u any longer f'or Ldli.i- to wear exlnliv~e jewelry ; the imitatiou n canto be told from the real article. ".s ....... ty I 1a joy foraver." Is It my boy . Marry Ib :,u, - 'll find it is vetrv manch the reverse. A MAx that hoards riches alnil enjoy' thetnui not. is like an ass that carries phl and eats thistles. (o,D does not do anything for lisi; lie glte. ...

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

. BEAC.ON.!RICHAND BEACON Head Live Country Paper, - - l (Gatry aper, (jA) Rates of Advertising. iW SM- dy M rzngi" r+F  I~ Ili ' l : l ' l'opleor cs 0,rr, : +,I . .. - ILEY P. MANGHj r, LAdsor and I'prietor RuaIC '4d B - A .* 1i noI# r ORMI of Subs0cription. ur It r a4o .npy, .n., - - •,bX ih . ...on ya end ... "" ib lertate et 'talntle q4olnaIn.'" m i .\:,,...r , .-t, +,r no . , . r ,. ;- ,, "le n ,,. In ('Iil hy mw lr, curb'.... "  iNI 06I-i'ril -Pt' \t, ii,,r 40.111111:+,rtT .1 ., ' ; II "Al r vil1toni iI a rksl4 r I Nii __.AI r)) tI. n ut . .' nteý ub~rainpt thVI I int a shau T - - - . . . . .. .tAA T l)vF li... "212t. ,',. .... ., ' ....* ,, I,.... ,,.,,1 Iis facellaneous Selections THE CUCKOO. Forth I wan:md"rld, years ago, S When the slnuler nun wels low, SAnd lbhe fol'.t all alow With his light l't:' s a It d 0t ofcl ,h!... -ki, -hn. ll the, trillt 'h clint h . r sg lt I"or a it1 . I , I 'I I .-"I hi- -,t h, ll ay. 11"" 1 t lip ItI 1 - -i t - -11 sofM y, ,. 1 It fl...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 1 February 1873

THE RICIILANL) BEACON. BI WILLY P. MANGHAM, - - Editor. 8 . B.AIRD,Associate Editor& Publisher !'ti nmoi Rayville. La.. Feb. 1, 1873. i, DI"*Mr. .thn " 2nn,m:- n i ,.: . ..v .! iltg i, re rive a,n! retript .. ::u!,-r',it .a n- :t t!:, itici :,pr- --- - - .tr A. P a l'halia,. %h, o i,, Ial f'.r tie -aIr at ta'nk' i.- o,,' . ,ur n ,lth,.r., ,I ag, it- a .r.:,.,rt. m id r ,-, p 1 hr -utb.,i,,,t '. r p a ,P ,e . tn-. 'f hai\ ?bThe L.egislative e.nlanglemtenl. sti'I aontinuc', in Alahbma. The ilou'e 'b h (Iiepublican) refu.-, to notify thye ma ,Senatetof its jrg~atizatin until the 1"" cnntest for the .ratorial -eant frou I Butler is dehiled, and it is unertain when the Legislature will ti'gin. _ .... .. iii A dispatch from 1Wabhigton, dated gi' Jan. 2.'h, says that Senator l.,g:ru n te.tilied before tie Credit .M,bilitr l!r E'omnlittee that ih agreed to putrch!se lit ten shares of stock, hut without re'. r ceiving iv got a balance of 2:;29 divi- in deds. on said stock. lie ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 1 February 1873

BfICHAND BEACON. LOCAL ITZIX.  doars per day daerer d to agents by Premitm Recod Comnly... ... noiu anlther cwalm. ----- ..... r' e !,,et atiention to the alln:,nounremew  t4 iH. tra~f Gor. eandidate , thie un. Senat. to fill the vacancey of H,,n. W. L. 11h Millen. The Snow which fell here this week is said, by the oldest settlers. to ie the heaviest ever known in this see tion. . :-- O.. .. .. Ir. R. B1. Swift is now proprietor of the IBlck Horn Saloon, opposite the Depot, which is Ieinrg run byv Mr. N. B. Stiles.. VALENTIN.'s I).: Y w ill .soot Iw here when the young people n ill i, granted a free license for the, interchange of 'billet-doux. - ..0.. --- - Mr. .James M. Swords, an -nminent gentleman and an able writer, for many years connected with the press f MisissNippi, di;ld in Vic.hburg on the 2'th tilt. The Iberville South explrsses the opinion that we are to have L;_h waters this year, and cntll upon the Levee Conmmissionrs to look well to the security of the levees. I...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 1 February 1873

GIEBUAL ITEIS. IowA is cultivating tea which is said to n: have a very pekoeliar flavor. IF the burglars carry off your plate, an why is it all right ? Because it's not Ik t. I, NEBRASKA talks of cuiltvating oys:ters i in the vicinity of its salt springs. n NavaR laugh at a man with a pug no e; : you don't know what may turn up. r WHax a man's necktie is untied. how t mutidy he looks! ti WroINrs objects to being Wyomingled a, with the adjoinbig Territories. -. T'ln shadowy future, with its glomnly . phantoms, never comIes. THE "Sisters of ilence"' is a valuable Michigan association of womenlt'l. Win is the letter V like a young lady ? I Because it makes pa pay. "LAST sr.F or Al L"-Kero.sene.nl hicnh It has endtl 137 strange event fitl hiistorist' during the pat- year. , W'nv i a innlniiulg-top unilike a driil -- I potatoe'? Onet iý a rotatcr, anud he ii other a Later row. Ie A LITTI. girl at Dunhulue am.unded ti ,, Lord's Prayer by a-king for "her daily %, ginger-bread." .1I Is a wo...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 8 February 1873

d Lire Coorttt R ICK AN D B EA C ONO Rates ofAdveriiingn SI PP. 1' 3 m I I llpmir tI r f e, one year... S3.P1 - - - - -ý-c Up},Ott w mth, Y..ý K Ltbertas et NP.ale MolA\I r ý ' i i~ , t u t1uh un } ear, r i~ ... .. : .(1 T r' ms f t S ubsritioln. - _______ - - - ----- --- - -- - - --- - -- - 1 1 u i 1 i1 O~i UAW.~ VOL V.-NO.I lil~iit~. IP.Yý'II4LIE, L.1., SXTURJ)AY. FEBRUARY 8, 1 73. {` L O 1.~ .rtf~o1~r~i~. I iscellaneous Selectio THE DEAD NAPOLEO N. 'tihe long sleep he lays hintldown at last, lii I. Ing an exile ins ra a lnIad; i;I ,.I. y qr al thait UIrf hillý Ii;hty past, Wa . e true Wie waob ci ngs unt. hi handu al.. iautt f ih, foi s.hall :,i;g his I .1l no mlore. liretin- itf a triuilip. 'i hin not to joy; fat tnily ti i IIl, r: thl-e ltor llt. :;, llln. I tf, , elt lI.lt to :h " aui I-ing t a o thir of hi- ihay. 0 I.t the e,-ar-- b hi, crledl hi flure disdaiin, no Now t .1 ni Iiipr, lIv-t ,not in hi. glance; thit L.," th, rto, j,'t'b" fl,. Ip intlI our- again e01 .At t...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 8 February 1873

A. L L. _ t.- .t-L i2.- ilJ I Aa ".-%j -s . WILEY P. MANGHAM, - - Editor. S B. BAIBD,Aasooiate Iditor& Pnhlishevr Rayvillo. Li.. Feb. 8, 18573. sifMr., -f.. A S n .-rnh,, t a utl:nrzid t, I q-..tve and Neipt .. :.ub).ri[t~ni s to thlis .:paper. Mr A. . Metl'uahan, %h. m. travetling (,,r the -al . 4 hbok% ,- one of o0r authorized ag.ln tu c'cri.e aind receilt fur auba'rption to the C cr..c . t. I Ieath of Col. James D. IcEnery. It is with emotions deep sorrow that we chronicle the death of Col, .IA xr.a I). MlcENERY, eldest brother of ; ,yv. MclEnery, who died of pneumo hia, at the residenee of his partner, Mr. t. Iichardson, abolt 4 o'cmlwk, on lounday t:orning, the 3rd inst., in .Monroe. l.a., during' the absence of his wife, who was at the time ..n a visit to her father's in Arkansas. The deccsed was born in Peters. hurir. Va., and a graluate of the St. Louis tUniversit. "''having studiemd for the bar, he irCined a good jra,.:ice soon aft r his admission to the 'legal plrof...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 8 February 1873

\I RICINND . BEACO. ·! LeCAL ITEMS. See notice of Tax Collector in anoth - er columna. in reference to isouing i. "P CC 1)0e, etc. . Mr. Saunders will lsume the ex -. - ," se.. of his School in Rayville on P . .Monday morning next. Publs Mr. D. W. HIndson, agent for the . atent sub-soil attachment Plow, and t' :also.raveling agent for the Delhi 1'ir,,:,/,.ile, visited our town this week We regret to learn that Dr. J. P. Smith, of Delhi, and Mr. Wmiu. C. Pur vis, of the same place, both good citi c. itizens, died in that town the first of this week. ('r'roN.-We observe a small de r!ine in the markets within the last wee.k, though very- slight. Closing (q.,otations in New Orleans vesterday were about 191c. for middling, and 20t c. fur good middling. IhulE AFFLICTION -Our senior partner, Mr. MANOJIAr. , has been confined to his bed. for the past week. with a severe attack of pneumonia. Without any apparent symptoms of improvement, he still lingers in the agonies of this painful disea...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 8 February 1873

GENERAL ITEIS. A .t,. death is a life begun. In thi Evr. was the first bone-a-part. mostly G(;LT FRAMI.L.-F-riabm windows. TitH condiment for late dinncrs--Ketch- i, up. section Ix TENTS ExCITT..-Err.--PaI In a dr- Comps: cUi. reader: T'rt BEST FROETISPI.CE.--AU honest theta face. place WHAT sport is like girls' gossip? Deer- IS it I: stalking. tioe t V y.Sat:D lMTEfF.ST-,-M0oniy in the Wait, l'ned I coat pocket. to mn "WEIG'rT for the wagon," as the fat Ril I, lady sang. m .ne W 'v is a man that can't mow as good Ths as dr..d? Becaue he e no mnower. or hO1l A ClrsItINALCot :T.--qparking another '=wsr man's wife. , or fol MANY receive their drc"d as they do 0n C their money, be~ause they ilnd it in circu- "he I latlon. t- i IN IIEA. EN,. beauty is really what the ..l ncients called it-the overtliwing of ID,- .ci;,,., ity. with A FAir.-Many a man, after tmakingi a Itatti hargain" in silk, has found that he ha, 'lhii got worsted. tes' A CoMPIIMENT is unmethint like a ki-s aunotl thro...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 February 1873

1l I asI I I I I II 1 5 III m Il. . III I ll I I rIHLAND BEACONBECO. T-T +---- Rates of Advertising. Published Bery Saturday DLmng, lur. WILEY P. 11. NGI I \S, 0, . N , 0t10tor ant, P'J ro|rietu ar. 6 .lu:r'. I I.... 4 Terms of Subscription. -"- rti , n _i o If.~ I t : x, - -One en , o - - -.. ..s ntcn*'.osr . o't. i ' tn I * I!r le e I -, oOn t v .. ..rll joi:o.Iru" h r.I .llt . l lr t i l j oI'.";: , a o l nt- I'., 1 te ci', ..iX tinllllLI . .at " Liberlta et N stale Nolurm." ,.,. t . i' Teinh 0 pe0 , c in iiold n itr, 0.... . nl (.rl I r , : Iion a. W it i rIi)I ji : Ni. 211 ,nmot, .º. L, iuu, v.Lo.-1 sda... n.+,u,... ,,onteli ,,., th ,,,,, ,,....,-,,, T(X[ V.- .. RAYVELLIE, 1[., SATURI)AY. FEBI1I'AIll 151. • ..... Miscellaneous Selections. The lowered A DIRGE FOR KAMEHAMEHA. little _ lithe be BY w. A. ('OFFUT. the ho And so our royal relative is dead ; res And so he rests from gustatory labors; -so ti The white Isn was: his choice-out it is said and th Slie sometimes5 woull...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 February 1873

THE RICHLANI) BEACON., ccG WILLY P. MAI(iAM, - - EMA SB B.BAT-D,A', .t .:lto ' ' i. r ' 1 r Rayvile. La.. ~Fe. , 1 i . h i~-. Ja hn .t.f ,ss t: ,.,', . 1:. to I.t-I e :.';Ii r'" vt I . Thecre a t- e L ew I. : !.' :" 0 t-aes a-s of it teatL, ib, s ., .:.i s. te i- I " . c diepen e-i ot t(4)he l :. h t r1' , achihi ng a ltfr ii th is f .4' r, ai in the xc a, ion s, h oti, ,s o,"f i"' 1 ;' il h e 15telletl :ir al t aI n i 1 1 :14 t .ii i el seience thron'h,,, lle lttnd. Th,. , T"h,'re ua e lw l,,' o i,! :n l; : b ,. ae jltie ds of i : %i r ,l -: Ii : ; : I. ' ARd it is ot c Ino I4 !:;it AI The most not ablut aC 's of fu', . achievement inthis Ii.u, L.r,', nr i , :, fthavwexetin, been those t ls a ::. ti' - :t their career, have Iitem i era de-l . 1' those iwbt!e culture traial g e i. atquin elrg t it, i mi t. - , blt i: l: tor . tr1nal ,'l tice tf 'i, :,dee.% +is .e t hsuits. A very lst a i a algy oane'; Aund in the rs o essio of t u:.at :ie ' the mont no ihet eait p'Is of L fi:o...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 February 1873

IBLE RICHLAND BEACON. i LOCAL ITEIIE. k ' The I.ouisiana Ifair h,.ii '' t; the 2.rd of A 1ril. The raiuroads w il, a: usual, ,a.,- i-itour. at halrt . ' Ilmin grati, o into I:ichland I'a:r-ii ne\t Fall \\ill create a stk:,m l fr ti,. corn. lct uur f.in:'lerei- e  tr" thl:- v in planting their cripa. . . .o e... Mr. John W. ('n hev, ie'dL of ,cni- ' slmiiption, at the r.-itlcnee of .11r (;aurer. abue, t i.x il.le f this, ,lac , on 'l'uc-ia'. , LIt ia t, the I lth o'clock, on Sauirday nest, "'_' in-t. ,, ith.-,t. We -aid in our la-t wt ek'- i--ue :hat thlre wouul I be a ('unc'rf t ii: 1i:.vm ile on ; .' nave known a ne\wlalt r to ;;c for the accoumm da'.i t its icht ,. Our little town coatil:Ui's to in- ' crease in the \\av of n. w denie'rt, and new hunhling. \.N 1 rl4' .- tI train brings either a few p:,s-ung.ers U or a load of lumber. At thl:e pre-ent 11 rate we'll soon have a consIderable i, town. P IDr..IAlnms FArtaR:.t, diied1t Girard ] on the morning of the I 2th inst. Ilis...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 15 February 1873

GENERALA ITESM. m - ma JOINT-EDUCATION--ymnastiCs. of NATrRF.'s tailoring-A potato patch. iIl A IIn~:I'-TIE form-Capital punishment. (IMETII!N.; to boot: An impertinent dun. TuH most obstinate pig in the world- na Pig-iron. erl A nAI:a.wAY track eight inches wide is : ;an a miner item fri m the British coal re- iar glon. ri A PIrr'E-iL squabblle-The diltlculty between the producers and reiiner. of I"- Itl troleum. im hr you want to be rich, give; if you SC want to beipoor, grasp ; if ytou want tobe A happy, deiny yourself for others. hb IT is phrophesied that the latest an- in nounced gold-field in Arizona will be- dI well. never mined. la Or'r poetre Hibernian explains that love tii is commonly spoken of as a "dfame" be- t' cause it's a tinder sentiment. THE Sandy Ilook light is to be made i crimson so that it may be red by every n vessel that runs. i BuITISlI, German, and Russian engi- it nceers are all anxious to do deeds of IDari- i in in the nmatter of a canal through the d Ame...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 22 February 1873

-c~rf3'~RICHLAND BEACON. ~J~BtleBI~ B~~LCON.Rates of AdvertisinS.---, 1t L"'r (ASttW3 Paper, larnOON RICHLANID BEACON. P.e NI\ ( 1 .qPr~. 4 9 1Mb~J t;.4: i~es,;r r I~iO 1(%vo1 )lip., P" tril1o\tr1 la1r, 1 R I C I L A ' MUtI '{:motor and Proprietor Ior of Subscription. CInnr }'rar ...$.S.m ·· Libettm t"1 \rl e P Solull.'" 6t j, six mouth, ltlt ne Tu ilcac~ I·ni ·rII1i PIPS , in rltifft u11-t rnr, ceurh... tU, , 2.Y0~l""' .,I aidiw rlI in u. Inlaru l; a l)an , ti 11 ['I' ).11' I' lý tet leýete I t [ ' RIN Y~ - -, :12 IN7 e ~tsa~,,.nm.,,;1..,.Il."li~t da~I :&t:!lIý 1'OeI,.tiii V .-N U .. ti. tuee'1 IL1 Ii eA., tt- , tini-tZ 'Miscellaneou0s Selections. But -• justift ZERO IN THE SUN. she at nities IY TIlE AUTHORT OF "'NIITYNINE IN Ti latter' itaDna." "cleal As rail-track shorten in the Chll, guest Ity Nature's great metallic law, prln's .S, shrinks the man of iron mRoullt, When these rOu .winds their weapons draw. Oratw. Thee "'eager air*" in icy breath. wIth Whose myria t poniards...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 22 February 1873

_aL .&iJ L)Latiýttib. WILEY P. MANCEAM, - - 'or. S B BAIRD,Associate Elitor& Pufl: . Raville. La., Feb. 22, 187"3. a" tr. Jtthn S Suut'..t*I, ,:- . . " it. r,", *'ive and rre'ept . u ms rl,,.- , t 1.r A. P. Mrt'lawa',an, who i tra.tve I.:. i*r the aile b. k tu s oLnI o| of r I a tll ,h r;r.,l a,;. , Tn ive re eev ;p for surecei t -ripo to the BsAuox. t(. A dispatch from Selua, .Ala. of;he 1lth inst., informs that the thr,,urh train, after a suspe.nsion cf three ionlths, has resumed on the Alahamr t'entral Road, and also, tLht the Ala asaus River, at that point, is within tUree feet of the great July good, and still rising. A bill has been introdnced in Con gress, by B. F. Butler,'to double the l'resident's salary, so that he will hbave $50,000 a year instead of $2530.i0 That's the way the money will go, as long as the present administration continues in power. The Homer Iliad says : "The New papers make fools of themselves over the great criminal humbug of the day (i. e.)...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 22 February 1873

fR BICHLAND BEACON. I, LOCAL ITEM.I Rev. JAS. L. WIlonT, Meth',dia t fire ,, -Minister, will preach in Rayville to- SiKtI morrow (Sunday) moruiug, at 11 o'- ow clock. into - ný. -t oo 1 The large Hotel across the Rail up,,:: Road has put on a new cost of white, te , and other improvements are gradaul- the : Sly going on about town. d.r e --....- * -- t:me An ecbhange tells us of a prnsper- en ous and successful merchant, who has lit;, for his motto: "Early to bed and early tI;,,M to rise, never get tilght and advertise.'' the The succession sale of Robert leel, deceased, will take place in Dlelhi, on Lou Saturday, the 1st day of March next. thai See notice of Nancy Reed, administra- tow trix, in anther column. :o a A meeting of the Stewart.s, of the M. E. Church South, Itavvil!e ('ircuit, ' will be held to-day, at 11 oe'lork, fur thl the purpose of attending to the finan- O cial interests of the Church, etc. I CoTTro.-We observe no change ~:re in the markets worthy of note n ithin ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 22 February 1873

GENERIAL ITEfS. W Max of color-Painters. Ma: THA best thing out-a conllagration. inua AND now the washwomen of Cincinnati at elf are getting us a wring. whic "Petn. Docs." are getting out of favor highs in Washington. So are the Mo-l)ecs. artiCL CHAIRS should never be covered with % No! silk, but sat-in. As article you can always borrow- the s Trouble. hecor No cuAIN is stronger than its weakest de link. theat WOMAN was made from a rib-bone-she iond loves rib-bon(e)s to this day. the n INCREDItLE as it may seem. many of anim the richest planters in Jamaica live or feso coffee grounds. imps IT seems as if them as aren't wanted long here are the only folks as arn't wanted I' ing ' th' other world. T A uxANir mother in Danbury pads her may young 'hopeful's pants and gives him teen) chloroform before whipping him. knot Youxo ladles who lace themselves too adeq tightly when dressing for dinner evident- self I ly prefer grace before meat. Two hundred boys under ten years trf age have been...

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