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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Beacon — 21 May 1859
jj niinpl' iii«ri Iia SSmSSSBSm u BUSHED KTIM atttawr-tfio tmi TERMS Of JUJYERTtSiNG. =r ' ^cra c 4 to. 2. itetfl* With And the 8ft2S .^ttS yd&teTt a covenant wn ofcne into the U —-w ,_ , , jf^sSO . BMllaH S aausosr* pod In the War is * bed-corer Hke * WfctcrT it'* a connlerpouc ^conntei^poin.) " Am tou looking tor any oat ia lugeilar ■' u(be ral id wbenne w tbe catwat«Ji fcMm. Wuv to a conundrum like a monkty T Be cmiaeUii*r tei«bed,awl fW!of nomem*^ Tub. At atrial, i kmi*g d*ubt j w^ r the ferj returned • Guilty, with tbt rise of a brickbat A ux* vktter toCul>a divide* the lahabWaata Into Iwodaaeee—oow of which culm a bring b^MMMAuUiriag iffw. and tte othavbj ma- " Too always lm ywir temper in lay com- ciay," laift in-Mvidu": cf d^btfal ffeptrtatioa to a gemiec**. -'Trio, rir, andefcocldat Won- der if I lest everyiM^ X iad about tm£. * * "Jijcx," bvta eoe Jriehma.to another, the first tae iw «*' * iocomotive: " wbat ia that oortin,> bow^T" "Sore,'1 repBefl itaAe. "I don'...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Beacon — 21 May 1859
r ol, K £ mmmtmmmmrnm nw—>i— wmhuj m THE H E V CON. i Important* RF.LIG101S NOTICE?. r, gg^4#WT.Sjf. . ,..- . -- _ _ I I have barely- time .to «ro|> yon a HI? \ iS T? W Q f) \" i line before tho mil departs. Thiiiga lj ' * «re in a very unsettM cuvdition here >ATl'RD^J|. jat present, ami, ia fact, great excite- : iriont oxistiii and^im nut be soT' I prised at an^ ffiiTe tolamr of« i-oOis- Monnmis wait much excited few ml raed miles ision ion 'l lie Divinewrvlcc Wperformed regularlyia'th^. .......... (tUcc *t i';><• . l a fe^v days since a rUBHir that tl>e Presbyterian Churcb. on me ,second ai>d | sih Infantry were coming into the city fourth S-ibt>«th te each in.iath.-t uabcrlaad an<| tlicy tfentto wink burnishing up l'resbvterians first ami tfabfiL , . ,i . .Ir Zm*t RaiuUt. fourth SatunUvawl Sunday. , -heir okr rtwty fitei^t-its uitu.the moat JletiiodK nr^an.l thlWl Sablaubi-Sabhotlj ; HCPV<W8 energy. School regularly at the Methodist Cbnrcb. open- ! T...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Beacon — 21 May 1859
Tol. * sbamh S ATV RDAY. MAY 21,1859 11F.N DER>ON Jt WACO IT S MAIL LTNE. ITAA HOTEL DSINEINGSALOON! £I"aving jv*t opKdRn * splendih L and well furnished I)riukinjj Saloon rn ilie East room of the .[.Hotel, i ,tU undersigned respectfully FAIR REDUCE!)!!! 11 KKKAFl'RR passengers will he ! W'AMr* Cocktail*, tat carried on the alwive Line be-' ° "wevt Mint JiUep*, Fan livccn Hideriion and TvUr for 1 Layuidc* Sadgaree, Punches 1-ine Chewir.g Tobacco, am! Ezh a riuc Cigars t!c. tic. e'e- etc. WOOD, EDDY ft ( CUtlBI D IT THK STATS or carnlTretZ*/ nf TY CENTS J R. ALLEN—Trrprictrr s f ! |l, -'r tll tf. #«. C. IV1TF. HULL & FYFFE. ^nfrei<ori to Dunn «k Ilk hi*.) RECEIVTWQ. FORWARDING — AXD- - COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -O.D I'KALKo EX ftriOtElUn.S, HLVSiTATIOX AXDCOIXTRV SUPPLIES, HAVING mken th.- large anil corauiailioua KIR K-PROOF WARE-HOUSE, lately occupi. J by Messrs. Dunn Jt Riclile, «her' they are now prepared to Receive and "Sap Cotton, and to sti ire and forward mercUau- di-* ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Beacon — 21 May 1859
r«i.« FA TENT MELIC1NKS. Dr. M'Lane's CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE AND LIVERPILLS. WK. hcg Icwc to call the atten- tion of the Trade, and more especially the Physicians of the country, to two of the most popu- lar remedies now before the public. We refer to Dr. Chii. I'Uie't CflfbntH Vermifuge and Liver Pills. We do not recommend them as mtwrsaMTure-alls, but simply for wii.u their name purports, viz.: the vermifuge, For expelling Worms from the human system. It has also been administered with the most satis- factory results to various Animals subject to Worms. j the/liver- tills,' For the cure of Liver Complaints, all Bilious Derancements, Sick head-Ache, &c. In cases of Fever and Ague, preparatory to or after taking Qui- nine, they almost invariably make a speedy and permanent cure. As specifics for the above men- tioned dfseases, they are Unrivaled, and never known to fail when ad- ministered in accordance with the directions. Their unprecedented popularity has induced the proprietor...