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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 April 1880

-, Libertas et Natale a olum." VOIUILR-F. -RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDA.Y, APRIL 2.1,1880. NUMBE A maiden, ins a garde, dreaming if the fai prir.e andt haleyoll day,; tier Ihea. Whln mmiy tlatsgiesaiaut g lowed down bentathdin tr4ll* ways. e' A row of sunllwerm by a =linp l A wicket rt apl. thea h, A summer home, with wee trtaingl. And ivy retepig er the tbatch. 1 happy, happy time of ,love's hainn. ianlllihglanc ng, hula ulntolding, thrush s sintg (Iohlr stmmer of the wami autl tof the year! nI. A garret la siety byway, A pale m.t wum.s all alone; A weary waderer on life's highway, feqrand J'sahke' sail stlknuO. a Wha ne hit ksitthe litm staeldg, t Or strive again flr daily mrelad? W emp Us crad n,.ki.+' " Yesa, bsoth are gae; perchance 'ti bettfer!:" I Silh sjaha at letnth. "' is tiw ter ,!" Then es.ds to, rreat a tnatter, letter, Or turns to watch the falling ,now. Ah. hitter, hitter time ,f sw's waking. Er ever. we can dtm lea that tope is near! foiwn is falling, ufower are fad...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 April 1880

'_sIN. J. IA]BAI, - - - -l r. King Tbeebow, of India, died a few days esie of d amsl-op. t The Western File Works at Beaver Falls, Pa., were tetally destreyed by ee with materiel sad machinery, last loaday. Advices frem Beos y, dated April i lkt, Mttc that a party of British troops, of the 19th KReimet, hre a beose mssacred by lathaU sad oth- it Mr. *j Erg. The lmrville eath compliains of bed read Keep quiet, Joksy; the ware soashime will soon dry them, sad thee you will have good reads, if - they are oly bggy. I .....-***---- di To rry boat at Mooe came re very sear being re down by the Ws. hga is the sight of the 14th iatallt, t; is lthe middle of the river Ther + e were several raee and two herm on di the firry beat. - -- - n... - .. . Wa. Mitchell and Abraham ke, fu eoleoed laborers on a plaotatiue in Amsseies parish, got into a diicut, y, which resulted is the death of the letter, from a liek delt him with a t stick of wood o the head by he for. i mer. Tbe Supreul. C'uOrt .f lo...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 April 1880

At Iia.Uo S rWmsme b , Usi ame ya, . L C. l P. r. Lmed Snay is aeeh mstk.g Metb, da pime sl ervie, N.I. Cornell, Pew. F thl 5 I. o · mot Pm.mgaeie Tevssacv, . D A. C mhel, VId.N very s eA atoo'e ek A. M. Ilpe. Tsdo K ia Distrit Gaet f i.h lp Pwiah p-Joey Teme-isot Meadamys My s.4 Nevgber, sand abother terms seead e-I day i Maoo and Mr Monday is Septmhber. I L W. achards., JAdges; r. G Hedso., sioiec A ;merer J. New. Pie, Clerk; I D. . Travi, s Iak Seao, C. P. Dlaiour, W T. Ivy, IJ.AJdaln, G. A. Mas and Frank lagh. Deael1l spring wether. Fasinsg good in amaf river. The tfme cop a promaising. Good wekscr for gardening. The gs are simply errible. Local news exaeediagly stce. ae Las sickness in Rayville. The wat is dilling beautifully. end your chil4ren to school now. Do not waste your tune l"vpleinn.g. Do you read your own parlalh paper L Orplgarse for the presadestial rampa·n No eaeers mIl agsin last Weda.edy. We a is the idst of the picnic seon. Plant year coar the s wae esa dow...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 April 1880

F)t.T .1Ip FANCIES FOR THE r.FAIR. hii. '. ii. II. MrtRaAY, wife of th0j sahet mini:i=rTs empiloyed as a pbhyst Sian iin a New York hospital. y.EI.N'N IUitrtr has only one widow wrrth ,  2t,im$0, and the girls do stand a t cl."iu-* duwhLJarrcL -mavji +T , rwda'ives equal nq. affirmative, it fol i,a that the gir! who ajyp''no" twiot iiýanH`I y "ve's" onc4. I'I.AI- girl, ar, e rplefip4 bubanmds ,itic* ikdt OHn tl me. i  M -I'erhaps I.c:tluse they Batter the mel, while the ,tht.rsi exlte't flattery. fTwmetitWhOerid ~fi l s&tlsmooth the har-lhness of his wife's tongullsays it t'(< ol' a littleof the rtlghneas, but it nIII!e it run much fister. d Nvr\EIII'IS in lingelrii, are gold tracer , - otn I.ttii anid Venetian lace. M .:s-. 4 !inl 'ir',, MW nbroideid with colrsm on the stdge and edged with lace. TA.lvAu.i: rala that a husband's only -afe rule when his wife begiae to f . w. is to preserve silence. fHe doesn't believc it helps the ca"e to box'her ears. C'et.otnLI straws...

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 May 1880

_--_ *tkIand e U m'n. _ " Libertasg et Natale Solum.'" VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 8 1880. NUMBER owmiAer, easIrs, slvu. Bt NOIAC P. UBDDLL. As the tree tme m bake the tern Ere it pecves itmstalwart form, As the klfe mm wound the vise Er it brip ua ape or wine, se tle e must eraus the hom v It Jidds it sweet perfume. Sever here yet we brave 1i he met tae Sit or ware, Never Wuts" sw. a ly at Till it. urden. d Lhet we wrna. Never truly wred Tll la spy he seed. ro rie- pc re ts pwe., It r meet the btie' strIe, Er it ws the hes reth. fleat. must endre its fate truge with the werd aodwait, Ma sd what its weeks have warned, C end when de mIem! do Iaire. cauae warm the tomb. love masst cas, presv sad weep, har kee. -, herd, Sive It al withLout reward; lems a heerkes world them die, t~eekag ItJW a Jove os hieh. - lfslkmevs Trdieee THE MYSTERIOUS PORTRAIT. In a 'mall but handsomely furnished sttilm-room in a London hotel a young lady was sitting l an easy chair, before 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. — 8 May 1880

IHE RICHLAND BEACON, ERa itle, Le.i iama; Advertising M]eiam, and Live Paper. to r:tr*v .-, Iv t:ers. Prfie per Anmnam, 2ae.l. TeOI.. 3. IAIGHAM, - - - - Editor. What Gen. king has Done. We were astonished at the declara ties of the Monroe Bulletin last week, that Gen. King had done little or nothing in Congreas, and its demand that his supporters mention. some of the work that be had performed; for it has been a matter of surprise to us that he could beep in mind so wany n*atters of interest to his constituents and work so constantly and faithfully for their aecomplishmaent-especially sach as appear of small importance to the mansses, but of great mome;,t to those who are directly affected by them. We had tlhought of making a dt. tailed statement of the work performed by our Representative, for the special benefit of the Bulletin, but have since concluded that it wo'ld he a useless trouble, the editor of the Bulletin ought to have kept himself better posted c and the voters o° t...

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 May 1880

THE RICHLAIO BEACON. Chrvh DiNrcery.' At Rayvilte--Ftrs Surnday ims each month, Baptist servtce.. Rev I.. C'. K,.i.. 1'`t'. r. fi Se 'ondl Su oltd y itn -arl- I., . t. i. lZ ,ivt . h-t | I':I'opal "rvlcrr. N.. t 4o i lll. hl wi,. r. If Thurd Sundlay in etats msr ,th, pra +.-g !.y Rev. Asa Powter, .lith..ti<t. Fourth S,,u.hlay in e.-l ii n,,lt,. I'r-,yrtlna ' 'ervie-s, Rev. Ii A 4.,,,pI . l, l'4. r }:very SnmI - y. at ' .. ',l it .A M Bite,'l Eunday Sthuot, It,...< i. M.,.latrs, Suplt. Olb Wla Dlrc ery. it T-r'0i t.il Fdsth l),.trt.t 1 '.,rt fir I.. ", i ' .i 1aut-i. ,--i ry isi..- -F:1"t t.1..' y'- i l |'y - R W . K .i' , itf ', . .". . I' I l ...1.., i1-trs't. A ri. rt.-y, .1. ý.,'. r, I lit- I ,. 1."'a S,..',t, N( .' 1 t. Pelice Beard. " t t ,,,.l t i . I' ll , .., ,l : T* *I * I l:..11, t",iertI, I' I I., It'l1, i I XI . ,,, ,.vil I. A .i*,. . ,1u t  I' ...i.. ,. 11. .I W S ...n. Ir : .ruer 1Air l ' rrlte r..i s , s.1 . It i "cir t, r , the i. til. i,-, ir . mt1* · ()...

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 May 1880

FANCIES FOR TUE FAIR. WHERE money is plenty divorces are plenty. EvI in the hottest weather, a school ma'am always keeps school. HroGALE Young ladies can claim dis tinction as belonging to the press. PRosABLY Eve died of the im-jams. It is recorded that she saw nakes. A FELLOW feline makes old maids wondrous kind.-Oil (,ly Derrick Tas gold-headed hair-pin will never do. It can't be used for a button-hook. HAerr makes waist, even to the young lady who hasn't time to properly her corsets. Ax Oil City girl has a lover named Cracker, and Der parents named her Polly-because Polly want a Cracker. A Lonoo society paper says that American women would be far more beautiful, if they weighed about two hundred pounds apiece. Ax Indian girl who was suddenly kised at a party has become insa e. uek thln a should be talked over a whols week beforehand. Talc New York (iraphic estimates that eight out of every ten men who kis lone women are made sorry fr it. Lone women should kiss each other. ELASTI...

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 May 1880

•" Llbertas et Natale Solum." VOILUME XII. RAYVILI, ILOIlSIANA, SATU'I'RIIDAY, MAY 15, 1880. NUMBER 2O. _________________________ ~f1~2_~1· jtb BY A.INaIS UACDOtIeLLe Ulamed ani Iuattered wik, the Czar, to .hroug c Nerow'tl urwy stret oe winter's day, h OCd unc',ver as hi fare they eer ( greet the ('zarn!" tLhey my. Mpg Ls piath there moved a fou"I, hi ray speetacle of povIrty :nd w-e. hi A wretched sedpr., draegrd by one weary trau, Slowly across the snow. t An on the ledao, blown by the winter wind, Lay apomor 4441n, very rude andi are, -Ad he who draw it bent ir.fore ls loud, With dull and ulleu air.b Tho E.amam s d ad b.hmadt the ...' 11 " W hr e sad, ".Only a m tMsacad.ay. holy a 1" mudnug, mid the Czar; " 01 na, who wasp,,r and brave Noe oen I f. . Such a one guys not i t to r e." ; it e heat head, al t rac hsl riap. a Te.4 oC all the ln. Parin;ll, ow, l Folwi he cMn, as. u n it went, Slaowl tlhe an)w. b The p the stmeetalwondering. tlrt, looke,. that sig~ht, th4J olowe~l 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. — 15 May 1880

THE IILAND BEAM., A Dumcru. Weekl7 Newspaper, -Publ.hd at- ~w~ --1~l ·ILl~-l~01 LW SZiU&&L? l~, sue"? £d~aa Nele, ad g ai %w d hPaes. Rama eWll l 5.s, M rte d.ageM a 117t Mm'eiu~r. ,lHe peor Amnm IOA rNiMO. AM IA, .... " Elito,. NI de Vs. .raise The academy oppara t. he to do i IIrrkl Y Ltho~~dlW umgi m 'olthe pariE howl. edg mtdmlmttle bwm ;hr what se Ui d me! r g ,dq to tb, for the hidevpmeut te meuhal .c?. tied ,wir be sem higher appreda hiss -ie by bhe -epl up" the do - leesofd Os - araltortlylog .acouch? What youth will loel oomes q-d to pre.. hi otadls idr te ieeoitable dieamdmo a f desis., oe uel.r mad perplet of misad. while be Ne- that the msa who devot- his astir. time to ohe develeprest Ssmeau. reulve mor laphe dad greater eemuaerstloa for phy dea aeffrt, emloe for the oreemsplieb mWt ofr mo bmeidal result to the pblik thn the .et ta ted md I. durlem Iwyoer, physidia aeh.tit, author, divism, philosopher, sitremer or rtier? It bee emo tepee tihat the som who at w...

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 May 1880

TUE minu -. rI Nu -fls -o in sob Mone* ths twa..i.r~ .S. Co Mm Paws. Pusss S..i. is sa" mout. ?lai.hpis. mk% S..t D". AC.Comblu, tewasr. T hrdW ewdeti A.b . bpdss y M. A. Piss, feiedist ýwttl Rudely is rh were, Pwimrd.. Semb S~'Ii A. Campbell, aP's. ?eemef l a hbe im Cor n ee bA. M. `plt I T~r~·rnu I sgkom, r IupL.. i TiyneI ridr Desist Gout fir i i .A( le r- Jae Teems-Ptevs MamA is May" dsad Noesame,, sod abet asia me Mm dais Nash sd anst Meadey in :W sad.,jde r NSeaambr. Dui. Atamel; S. Newt. Pia., Chub; Law Seem. a - a inem wand--&S. Teevis, Preldasat; aseed I 3m; ThI d " C. P. IUoer; iisth a Q. A. Mshe; ga rbi A " neak Udeeb. Jaw I. SM. amskeb Club. J. W. shwe. Tiaseaset. " Dr. D. N. Peso , eeaeaa. I Le o Ae . YOU AMouemlm week. ameaa~eks Saoa mm.d we fmn. IoMw. lt N.M EramI.ek, nd br aem, sue' Solii., asmimetd is their Lodi.. Ghoe, Goe Ambessee. W.daaeday. The prseauihp or doe hat meoo eft te taut,. of 9pikise wl .ppemr is eat mai beam-beaded in weeift i this. - The Ovai me...

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 May 1880

SCIENCEg "rldl -w IT i.s :ell that an attempt is to be ie made to prevent the ure of arsnic in" wall anrd other lp.º'rs, for they breathe death at every pore. E in a pre pf!tlo IcA an ountce of carolic oq acid to a pail of snap suds. you will be ,i able to keep away all animalsand in- be ,E.s l(bat dea'roy the bark. A M&tlaJ.. gapiztl4P for the pursuit of ethnologlcal science baa been formed in Paris, with delegates and cr- h resp'.ndcnts in everZy pat of tbe world. al Mr. Fnncla PartkhVin tias been ap- If pointed deecgate fur Massachusetts. o ,. attempt is Iwing made to substi tue oaier for rwooli in Germany, in the to marnfacture of lead pencils. It is ext .teeped in an adhesive liquid, and as rlledtl rouud the core of lead to the re- of I .luired thickuess. After drying, it is n ,.lreld, and resembles an ordinary blu Ipenil. EaLC!4E, a new coloring matter re- the rently discovered, has received its name an from "Erica vulgaris"," the common Icc Iheath. it is prepared by he...

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 May 1880

T Libertai et N'atale Solum." VOIUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATUItI)AY, MAY 22, 1880. NUMBER 2 _uu nn- mann ha. uln |rain- -- ___ ,u . AU.0exe A su or S6EAML. AiLea a Iof n s ame; Latd an 1m f ,' * virtin Shaine it up her fare's snow with Game. Full slight mand sma she was, and bent Her little meek shyly, as she wet, 1n ame *hbMu bewilderment. odi tmhe delr of her hair; The  mrpeq was alir; The sun on her everywhere. O fair ade wan as hawthorn cowers! It eermed tap Aus.ahe s.Ce pr ng .u Lay on bet cheeks, and summetr showers Had batheal her in a sweet content, A virginal fait eavihmuunt Of peace; fur with her cae a scent Oif floier Id*ked with achlldish hand In rmo forsite rsfairyland, Where all asow tle sweet years asnd. And all t'r rermturn of the wood (Cret froms their eIray dolitude, And wudnlag around b. r stood. SThe fwps eme to hbar. uaafral, And em h eaul their mossaae laid; And auttertia birds ew down and staid. TEe t Wl C3rTA5lTY. Lgtly I ho'd my life, with little ...

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 May 1880

THE DICHLAID IEACON, A De.meoreac Wetkly Newspaper. --Pujblih'I at ayvme Lmlslms4 AN LC3LLST Advertaing Mc hs, sa d Live Paper. sates verty areeoble, and ib~sal d14tcunt to Yeea4y Adverti. P riee per Amana, tA.h TRO8. J. MANORAM, - - - - Editor. Several short editorials were crow. ded oat of last week's issee by matter of mere importance, no doubt, to our reader, at least those who are citiens of the perish. These editorials are now pubished belo. It stries es that ordisncj No. 2 of the proceedings of the Potice Jury published today is in conflict with a State law. We have not time now to look it up, bet we think there is a seetios of an act relative to the duties of Police Boards whicbexpressly says that thepolice jury of each prish shalL provide for the eare and support of the papers ofthe parish. Hence. we con clude that the police jury has no die. edtion as to whether it will provide for the support of pampers or not, but casn oly decide as to tab method to be used for their...

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 May 1880

THE £ICHLAO BEACOL. • s. )p...--. lo As lap -fleet Sstraiy Is ask meash, m tiie aIgeisesa, . S. & C sme . Pase. .i ' Skiuas iasash e oath, peneaag by i! Re As Pageem Me6abselt. bm* Seaday is*" mmhb. Pseeb niira misRe t. D. A. CamLU e, Pearn er eaday. rs 9 eclock A. M. Baptir t th Se,.at Thee . ,E bam, Sp a Terms, of FiM Daistri Court for Raehkla If pute .-lJuty Terme-First Mondrys in ayI S sed November, sad other wrens scund Moo. ki day is Maskh and AfLr Modiay n Sstumber. i S. W. iicharde, Jaoe; F a H.dsou, baiet Anorney, J. Nws. Pw,u Cr, " Lea Se rt. ber s.! tr Fas ward-D. S Tras, Prc.erut; I t er.nd LIpkh Seont; I P Thiwd C. P. Balbe,r ouarth W WT Ivy, M*% I1 J Adnas; Saga 4. A Mars, eeash Frrak L Hateh. t J S Sommesrle. Clerk. J W. Simms Treasurer. LIt D R. Post. Coos r .------·~--..------ to IAWm l reY MeS. a a elitee well pmevents the pb. se of the * eastn record thai meek. 'ib. wied for rain cme on Thursday,!t al,. t wos esch rsduas was eded.9 The ery is tm easm...

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 May 1880

FANCIE FOI THE FAIL MfRS. IkATE (tIIASJ E .PRAI;UE is look ing as itately and handsome as ever. %he holds herself aloof from general society. WaVmt a wilt lady is asked her opin- a ion of mustaches her reply is that she tl wav sets her face against them. Tl'HEE is a young woman in Arkansas o) sweet that she has to wear a wire net to keep oilff the honey bees. IT is estimated that a handsomie woman weepig before a jury has more I effect in fire minutes than two hours' I talk. PeIk's f;, has ascertained that the belies of Milwaukee decorate their cor sets with little panLel paintings, culid's head,, etc. Tis lady who married Joaquin Mil ler gets nine parts of mountain poetry to on of husband, saying nothing of long hair and slouch hat. A new spring bonnet is called the • Ni"ilist." A "blow up" at the break fa,.t table is anticipated when the bus band ues the bill for it. WHlV a good-looking Indiana girl has c the measles it always tollows that from , seven to fifteen of the young me...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 May 1880

_ - -' T -.ibertas et Natale Iqolnm. -: VOIUME XII.- RAYVIIIE, LOUISIANA, SATURI)AY, MAY 29, 1880. NUMBER 2 5T WILLIAM WINTr?. Tho~ it e d WIlh plser, Ami I the lea. leemi dn Ii The WNile thus bnug birth we etri. aeneathte u goer. o hu inuueute wtepar The meMbs e of the he-art - THe w fk ated to pre po y•cIn Our ether t*ta Iwkad's Iet Miln. Hme let our wary iam faln, ou.e o umnceil sdg Cew Bleu tarm tri ll sass ea later pFgoet her beautyn bu - , While hers th In u cap we qua o id ea ib the mm tu doer. THyqýtr$ i S ' a .t. T. OrwasdmO a What amrused us most in the Lake oe lt summer was the performance of a beat in the hack-yard ofn teenrfe. It dw not fvery hie for eitor toted 1 isitiae tehat circle, -le less they Nere prepared for rotgh He had a way cf suddenly catching you to hi boasw and picking your pockets of peanuts and candy-lf you carried any about you-li a mananr "ip to his work on hik hind legs in a gaite human fiahioa, and used to paw and gue with amasing skill and vit . '...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 May 1880

THE HICHLAUoD BEACO, A Dea.e·rirs Weekly Newaiper, -P,'Nine at 3av iauhIltTam. as £acstLETf Advertusig Nudi um amd Live hper. Ra vesy R*am.ble, a.nd libeml dimemsa l m Teadly Aegwlghm PWemw pr Amuiai ,mJ TMUIL . WAA. - - - Wh 3er. hl'ir -musd. The RepulMims party of Louiasina will hve two aets of delegates knock agathedoor of the Chiageo eo• vadea. It had bees arranled Is -orse that the reprum tetiou should' Sequally divded between durst cad ShrmeL; hut whes te 8State eoe Tvoties sembled hIa New Orleuas' last sOday, ad was called to order by Duest, as tmporary chirmsa, Judge BlotDe, wadetag Demos seted, I meds a rush fr the chair, secompe iledbyDmeemand Pleebbeck; bet they were rrplseed by the serpget M14rm, sd remrel r the baUl, llwed by about forty "elegtes mld a MYg crowd of outsiders. They er poaled a seevestios of their own asd dated a full Granl delegadtio. Th reguler eevestsie organised by deeting H. C. Warmath permanest chirma, who alsoeaeed that b was a Blaise mas. The f...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 May 1880

..e.. i ...I.II .. E aMh lu mmc.o. S*,. Iels. A .. C. c-, ....r . easd nelr as" mmurab. Methimie replr iews il. Ceaneu, Pmaroe. bei in ia a om , pablmg Wn - g - N.T. ns 4sJ I I A.ui emuem en uMere. i  Ie.l mm m. Me. . . i , T F i . Oilt·; -1. a . efi , cm i;- 1 dk u .J.Adis;e; ru " As aMive;i Nn.. W. d TSImm. PuC ee. The ea a Ibie wil t hed tint. .his week, u iseLed veletatie a sriq up intn y ia-. (The emassed eamqg friend Mi Samlie Wiudrd. Ma is vsetiag.ise relatives aend Tleu in Riskeudd. teris.k w g a teer~ ers ser Iu Sioas to p eanfrd regiW lieit The Ladlies' Aid Seciety of iayvile beea pineessd as exoellent bell toW the house of weeship Is his place, and have ist ato p.t.,n ir emling the woesilippers together. Mr. J. 3, B. ex, Newpaiper Adverti sin Agent 41 Park now (Timanes Buildin:). New Yok. is authorised to contract Lr advert.e mieis is tde Bsaun at uws best ra:. if. Mr. John 8. Samneli4, .eme enamer- Seer aise weid, inteam as dhet he wil be. gs- making his nels asst...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 29 May 1880

VALUABLE discovered in Plae. 'weesge hitherto discovered are lagikrleautifal, sad of + the purest water. Tab juice of the ,yqc allptebjrk.hfI.a a bitter, aromatic inetr liid be a certain and rapiucuse ler sols, but oaly suitable in acute cases. Hard worken eif 'buiN, w I never te rise ed in the mornhsi d I eldom feel "tbetaelves" in tke,1ore - noon, but~ P brighten up tWI M aeveing, andm new men at dinner- c time and ota'teir walnuts and wine, are cautioned by A suoaTU-Uvite'b, tiearlug i band ee "d r mtore sid 'at it , very much reseMes, has been dis covered amemgthe Arctc sows by the aturalestseboad the Vega. It is sure a remedy for scurvy, that of th thirty on heard that vessel, to all of whom it was served out, not one was at taced by smrvry. Tauna b -a.m - cobaiderable di;recm. of rý.I'*P "4 .the .b'ol slet as to wrr not coal e istd aunder the city of I a, i As vi t inity. This yae%"tid b te set at y the deep bing recently made at Ileux brewery otn Thie T#W t, curt Road. Not...

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