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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 August 1880

" Libertas et Natale Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14.1880. NUMBER 3 I S! WIPED OhIT.w A MUe t Mup - s. as o eaui. What is that? Look lser, sal you will e that it is a a grimwolf creeping otat the Mlb grow af eottowoods toward a batli gamboing aroudits othe. ise your eyes a lite mae, ad yo 1 wil a that the prairie around i alive wl bhl. Omat them I You armight as well to iount the leaves as agiant mple Theye moving foot by oot a they ep thie jaley grass, sa blaing eaes ml hall as the herd slowly eeps . Ar out to the righht and lasees. e-- os the psin-re the -beave old butboes, which dais e of grs and thea mil the rmla thse bte u Ihat istimastin d dlngr. They are th esetimels of the bel4 l right well ean they be, .imo well ampsa anmr ! . A te ah amnom the great berd has *lat peaess 6a0 as i tw c owtaymses mtowmh dishs river, it is all Maan sale that langer is se. Look you mweb n watch the wonlf, t yos use go g to see saks htas tmem m in Sbas ever beheba...

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 August 1880

-I -- THE RICHLAND BEACON, A Demoeratic Weekly .ewrepper, -Published at ANyrSi e, L*eittast Advertalg Iediu, mad lire Paper. Rates very ReasMble, and liberal discount io Yearly Advereier. Pbtee per Amumm, MJJ1 TIS. J. KJeOAN, - - - - Editor. bENOCRATIC TICKIT. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. W. S! HANCOCK, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. ON. WM. H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR REPRES.NTATIV F GEL. J. FLOYD KING, OF CONCORDIA. If any one doubts the states-mao. chip of Ges. Hancock, he certainly bms only to read his brief biography peblihbed in the BsAcos lest week and his letter to Sberma to be fully con vrieed that be is a statesman. Dr. Taser iibed his forty days hat test Saturday at 1 o'clock, coe lag oet ive, but very much reducsl i Strength and weight. He lost 36 pumds of leb. We thiank is a weeder be did ot lose at least hal his wuishL Theo woas eoetodg certainly the the maUer with both the editor and tfremen of the Bates Rouge Capito lie on Augeis 3rd; the frmer dated the pper Jen rd, ...

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 August 1880

iE WHNLAg BEACO. Iii ir in see moadh, Iv.A brl. a. N.*o. sweite N8. t Cre-am, hw. Se e p In see aw ah, r preb a s M y AmiYi 3eas )ser 5N.mb Pse ian Oa ld llA..pe, Paeor. , I. W. s a edge; FI. Hudson. CIlr; J. New, Pate, Cerk; h e C. P. Balfour; oit . 1. J. Adams; I  0. A. ases; s * Fr"saruk fach. am S. & msrime Clerk. .M. siaums, Treswet. SDr. . e, C.mma '. a See'aOik hAVTdoesanCt h *pptite. 8I t aes beue Ivry one sts 'Ledn's Spaei Can' is the be this rlat. lea sle Adveltisemat. se w"apwelvn Cre' is bigbly cOSi .mnad by pli. Wliaae she wvod rful horse lme. Read Adveibemee --' Poslesa.ng sr a der papers o a maga' hes r them will psses hosreaftr hand a ISwes a Im penge sad mgiered le'r . II. _ We au et or heaster Springs, fora short hy. sd iftrap plunes lahn us during ear ab se he wi be at he tender eeey of oar de whom he b res ineis a "give him W. P. Thma, ne Also, wnats rals l sid two emll leg crils pet up. Terms sash . Yas Jely 2I-4t. sWted,at hie Chaseb in Rayville, on Satu, ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 August 1880

DOMESTIC ECOlNOMY. PaOTATo Punmne-Two pounds potse toes boiled and mashed, one-half pound sugar, e-h pouand butter, ix eggs, wine-glaea brady, ane alubm . IDne a dish with paste, d bake. CAxE Wrrov Ela.--One sad one half cups sugar, one and one-half cups sour milk, one half cup butter, two cups chopped raisins, one teaspoontful sods; spice to taste; Sour enough to make a thick batter. Rua Nsweox CoAK.-Three-quarters pound of Sour, half pound butter, half pound pulverized sugar, six ounces cur rants, teaspoonful of baking powder, four eggs, a little candied orange peel, and three drops of lemon essence. arars's BaSorr.-Three good-simed potatoes boiled and mashed fin, one table-spoonful sugar, one-half pint bal ing water. When cool add one cup yeast, let it rise till light, then add one quart water and flour to knead; knead half an hour and set it to rise lightagain before baking. Bormrr Mons ow Coxom Pws. Pick over the rice and wash it in cold water. To one pint rice put three qua...

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 August 1880

Sb 5frldand -es "* IAbertasw et Natale ISolum.' VOLUME XII. RAYVII,,E, LOiUtSIANA, S'ATURIl)AY, AUGUST 21.1880. NUMBER 34. rI~Iu TO IS O * sit O mwsaing about ten years ago the fA Parisan publi were made swar of the ': fact that thhe oenloaential elerk of Mon- n' ieur Laman. a well-known banker, hadl W almndel d with te sum o nearly 1,000. qu 000 fanes. Large payments were tw ch that day by the banker, to meet which ti he hdM been relying upaon this um. A hI ruma pon the bank followed, and that ' eveaing his ame was among the list of th babkrupls. Detectives had, of ourne, lai instrntly been put upon the track ot the ft absnding lerk, and, just as he was ed stepping on the boat at Calais to cross T the chammel, he was arrested and con- WE veyed hbck to Paris. When arrested, he seemed horrifed pe at the oharge against him, and earnestly at proteste his innocence. This was but m stural under the circumstances, and e did mt have the least impression upon a e .ees; but one thingth...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 August 1880

THE RICHLAND BEACOI, A I,[ au..crt.L W -k'ty N \ri. .,e. Ba) wille, lAhrtiaiSan ; AN L. LLI.. . 'A"v ttising Medium, anst Lre i',",r Hat- crry Rea-,,l,t ,e, saJ o... to rnredly Ad.., It.r Pnrie, per Annum., *6.MD. TfOB.J. MANGHAM,. - - - I 1"n. DEMOCRATIC: TICK I'T. FOR lPI ESli0f "' GEN. W. S! II1AN1(h, OaF FE.11s-t LVA? .+.:. FOR VIC-t -IE It '1 11 1.. WI. 11. E` L.N II, FOR ( ONrt- I-'N GEN. J. FLOYD KING, 0lF CO.1 u 0'1*i1 -. Crop ItpJoirtls Sabine ludex: 'l',e Ir.:e.'. have done con,,ite. sab'e ,i.Ltaae ..l, j.,I tions of our parih,. having ri--rrh rh. creeks until tl.e coun00ltr, : %,,: fls,,.dt.'I in satuO itlnstalnCt, V.:. it+- l.t%% a ii feuce, aund scruoldlv dlau,;.L';lte tl,'. crops gvenerallv ..... ............ We beat a v.t y t.en rl t'r coupajlant thatthe rain-; have .;tlou.iJy strlrr.-l the cutton crops and lear., are euater tained of great hatll i, to thu cut, if these rains abould t.vurtirire. Columbia He-rld. . There Ins.. l.wn a "power" of rain ah',st heret lut...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 August 1880

'HE RICHNLO BEACON. (t Raysille-FarP t Sunday ian em1i mntalh.l, ,tist qervices, Rev. L. C. Krlti. P',t,r. Feond Sauday in each moaat:. Methtseli'" *itropal servicer, N. . Corrnell. Pa-ta. rhrd Sunday in each niw.lth, pre'-.1i:a 1'Y •v. A-a Potter. Methtoilst. Fourth Smsday in arih month. Ptr,hytlca "v.er . Rlev. II. A. t,,,m ptwll, Pa,-r.r Every Snmaty, at ; o.iaor.lc A. 1 R3i':i-: aday -hool. Thl. J. Maaargl:m, 'pr "" * Oletal BD rcscterr. "Terne.ofFaIth Iatrsct Coasr, .r li . e rn-h ;-J-lry Tertans-Far-t Mon~t *y. ira :.ly atd N',eestawr. ant o|ithrr Ire...- "-r*e" 11 - . y irs .l1 h sisa firr M|ond.y) n.u . iI.It 'r W. Kihardon. Jwlsre; F. '; iHui-t ,. i-traat Atta-rey; J. .Newt. lit- l..ri "t N.*.tlt, S~,.erlt Peole Beaord. irt ward--L). S T 1."-. ' .',.' ',nd " 1EhJah '.*, bird 4'. 1 B itoul ; orlth " W. T. Ivy; ittl ' I J AJA.u,, a'th *a tI A Ms.e: avetit " Fr3rant Halchl )Jai S. aSunimerlun. ' .rk. .1. W . mRa n ,nti. "',-.aaaua .r. Its. I Kr . P.ttit, C('r..~c. r. Ree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 August 1880

BIOGRAPHY. WufIem W IeesorEA This celebrated poet was baorn the 7th d April, 1770, in Cumberland county, England. and was educated at St. Johns College, Cambridge, wher he he was not remarkable for proficiency in his col legs curriculum, but was a diligent stu dent after his fashion, devoting himself to those branches which were most con donial to his poetic tastes. He succeed ed, however, in obtaining the degree of A. B., and possibly A. M. In 191 he left Cambridge and spent soame time in France, and, while there, imbibed the religious and political sentiments of the French; though he ultimately aban doned his republicanism and skepticism and became a conservative both in poli tws and religion. His first published poem was entitled "An Evening Walk;" his second, " De scriptive Sketches of a Tour Among the Alps." These two poems reveal admir able powers of observation and descrip tion, but failed to make an impression on the popular mind. He had some de voted admirers thus : Colerid...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 August 1880

" libertaN et Natale Solum." VOIUME XII. IIAYVII.I.E, LOUISIANA, SATURI)AY, AUGUST 28, 1880. NUMBER 35. IrH sWADOmW OFr OLz COA (arrena a OLD LReso.) A shp4ow by the eatkn walls 8 thoughts to memory itt r slIls: )em tower, and .tre, and turret falls hs shadow by the catle walls. Hid ae the violets wrapped in glom, t madnwed the purple heads of bloom, Yet telling to me with their sweet perfuam Ter r prce i this shadowy tomb. One lovely dp, sh I woful day t was one smling morn in May; The sun sent down his cheerie't ray Upon this long, sad.euding day Forth rode a young and gallant knigh With eyes of heaven's own azure light With housings gay and hehnet bright, Out rode this yong and gal:ant knight. With lance and spear at saddle bow H. sallm forth to meet the fte; Be pauses where the ir trees grow LAd turns a last luok on Okucue. "Farewell, ny proud, anemstral oes; Farewell, ye woods I e loved to roam." Be Iwis hi eyes to G('c',esa dome, Where wave the banners of ins bhaus. His gaant...

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 August 1880

THE NICHLAD BEACS, A Dcmoracwe Weekly Newspaper, -Publisahsd at ANll IrsNLGLI3T to "Advertsing Meaatu, and Liv Paper, Ssm Ites very treaeebte, atp liberat ddcept vii o tearly Advert seis. Petc per Apae , (NruL * O es. T -08 J. A- rA, -- . * -- a ait Is DErOCRA C TICncET. i FoR PREslt DINT, WP GENh. W. S! IAt NCOwCK, - OF PEINNe SLVANIA. ,rl FOtR VICEPPRESIDENT. I .ION. wMa . 11. ENGLISH,'Is OF INDIANA. 1 FOR C"NGt;REk . e oF CPiMt*uIlA. ·+e4 --- -- - jdI No R ttoe worms have made their a pparance ia our cotton liehds yet. i But we are begidaing to o r from i too sech rain.-Ashley C(, ntdj Times. j The cotto worm have made their appearae o a good eshy placee it tiur peris. It is cohtended bower or that they willet be ae to da- e ageo te crop to a very grits extent, having mada their appearae so tr. --aaodls .News. ., Ret and worms are rapidly redae- " log th estes erage, is this parish. t There it considerabM rest on o d lds ie the eilsr. ad soeto a io wek ied by it. The raie ha...

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 August 1880

LUML MTTES. IlRe Oire idget,,e gamseehemr a p. We oa Seapmese e oae thd Mt. J. -. GedwSe b mwptaS. CL C. I. Me M heis bMia nMw mM ,. whihe wil be GSal4 is lo w iMs. We ow lthi a eoeed m'A waso wad blhd, b, metr saoled mwa (U>t Woe/sme.de, blmes- o .. r C wll am _L obtia·M· d s ! ase , iMgemu Mr fosess seedueed thki eotce di oa sameesae. Nairo .,~ nda, alUeIs sod bliank, mm., Sm m mehNlms. ca ba yb appylss w J- . Bh.a, xMo eI. . Uaseekno , hola , she ,iat ba - It Pew .ses w 1.lki te 2P.. It It ws pO thamdt by. We... Mie Lrtie meen par Atways eep Koidmil' e Spavin ('C ia ms blt i e n M e e D Vop ilt , sp ia & . 618 R3esbeg fEau. Vt. The SWba d m tes was beaght a ftt t o ls we A. Tayk., ItOp JaU A. Ab1rae, plai ero Ahol Sad was - empM M TpoMe sl catsn Mme. MLN we NI .e1iYe fur the CIase pis re iy hl week, ad Capt. O may b esed es putles health by Ihr ei Snatd Kaemmisal tm ieabheag, Sept. th, ti tº h$uL , ad I i *war t $", the ebta US. We wees iae~ssd by the at*** ea wsents...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 August 1880

WI.VYING A WIFE. mew lA s me a e eass t Liszt was at Prague in the autumn of I IM4R. The day after his arrival a stran ger called upon him, and represented himself s s rother artist in diatress. having espealed il his mn im un - suoeeesul law-sitit, and solicited aid to enable him to return to Nuremberg, his place of residence. Liszt gave him a hearty reception, and opened his desk to get some money, but found be possessed only three duaets. "You see," said the geneous artist, " that I am as poor as yourself. How ever, I have credit, and I can coin more money with my piano. 1 have here a miniature given me by the Emperor of Austria; the painting is of little value, but the diamonds ale fine; take it, sell the diamonds, and keep the money." The stranger mrefused the rich gift, but Liszt compelled him to take it, and he carried it to a jeweler, who, suspecting fromn his miserable appearance that he had stolen it, had him arrested and thrown into prison. The stranger sent for his gen...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 September 1880

She flfidrnid_____ " LibertaM et Natale Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDIAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1880. NUMBER 3 A LONG NAP. &W* eOmi's ueast e ant e irn Tawmr t For more than twenty years the ex taordinry case of Susan S. (lodaey, K better known as the " Sleeping Beauty," has puzuled the most eminent physi- . eiaa of this country and Europe. She was born in Obion county, Tenn., about f six miles from Hickman, Ky. Her par mits were extremely poor, and lived in a C small log house containing only one U room. Until 8 years of age the girl wao ' streng sad healthy, and snemed in no- " wise remarkable. At that age, how- " ever, she was stricken with fever, but i was attended by an experienced physi- " eian, who soon checked the disease. 1 The girl sank into a slumber which last- " ed an unusually long time, and .finally t awoke weak, but well. To the surprise Y ft the family and physicians, she re- I mained awake but a few minutes, when Y she again went to sleep. From that ti...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 September 1880

THE RICHLAND BEACON, I A b.samontcrI Weekly Neowpaper, I Ia --I'jublahh at- , a, 'l Rar ille, LeuIbsdaMtRM " '' AN EXPEYLL.1T at *Ardvertlhing Medtium, ani Live Paper. tLi. t41.3tr very hb.-'t.,able, ast l-at'tl I't.;tt !' to se.arly A.ilverl;tier. r th Prier per Anlum, 3.0. M:.n,, THOS. J. MANGHA . - - - - Editor. were DEIOCILATIC TICKET. :. FOR I'iKI LDENT, 1 GEN. W. S! IC HAOCK, ", OF PENN Sil. VAN11A. Il. FOR VI'E-PRE DI'>i) NT. lmytI i INDIa.ANA. we I FOR It  N.;Ri.l A. Ai GEl . J. FLOYD KING, . I ". OF ('41 , - - - A. l we --- 5@" i Johaln tIna!t.bu a uwarsm 'ty timlrter o. Sjm"r, Im GhE nl.(Im I.I FL I ,. :,,,, U.Mh, wsas im urdet n lar ia.t a 1,isday by 1,v ;u-., a Niayes is junketint, asOl..J t6 .co.ntry wit h y. Gartied, otn a e dlec i -oer iug wour. T"h .y ar " wI in California ntow. lslt - ...p Li..t The xauhlto elost -it hi. a isgem rll . l not I,y . t e T .mes states m that there is a great tiJeal aof tin ialk ilsin fa ellvlle parenth. lp t "*ý -----" tow Ei Go...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 September 1880

LOCAL NATTERS. Showery weather this week. lair Sa Reed's Gilt .dge Tonic Ietlore the appetite. wa- tH We waat a few pounds of butter every revuly when thesil Let. Scott is absent on a vi-it to the ta iwssissippi. left ar Cotton picking is the order of the day im, lri aka Oar parish now. side. *ev. L. C. Rallis prearche in Rlyville to- lange asorw and r nghtfirearr messw nd 5sw iht. We What isis that men call for when :they have 1iitul a lame biLst Kendall's Spavin Cure. friejrd The fret non jury term of the 5th i)istrict Court will convene at Ravyvtil next -Monday. Mrs. Gired, widow of Severan (;ird, diied at his o her reaidence in this ward, last Monday, uos y a swamp fever. with Reme. bek that yn can pay your subscrilp io-t tens sowthe Bcos in corn, thrue bushels fur kisnl one years subscription. fix at is tru We deeply siprthize with Rev. W. A. Ma- has t ai, pasbto of the Monroe Rapitirt Church, who Kemt st a lovely little dataulter last week. De.'t drive a lame horse wshest you ...

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

GUaBING. It seas perfectly natural for some ' people 0. Thy are boiling spngs, aso full that they must ran over. They gush en every occasion, ad d wonder how you can be so cool about everything They do not think you a have any eelings at all. You never show any I Now delighted they are with every-o thing! Allthedays are splendid! All . the people are so delightful! All the a sights they see are channrming. All the singer are such heavenly warlblers! All the women are angels ! and all the men have such elegant mustaches ! i Every object ecan be gushed over. t last summer one of the gushers-a young ldy-was riding with us, and we ncape upon a drove of pigs. Our friend went into ecstasies at once. " So charm- i iag ! so cnning so wonderful ! ao strange that they could be made into t ha and eggs and saage ad spare- I rib ! and uch an elegant curl in their tails!" and she told the pig-driver that they.were "little darlings I" and got the indignant rply : "No, they ain't. They're Berkshire...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 11 September 1880

Sbo 5icbland *&acan._ SLibertas et Natale Molum.'" VOUME XII. RAYVILIE, IOUISIANA, SATU'I'IRI)AY, SEPTEMBER II. 1880. NUMBER 37. HAPPINES. are - jof BYN W. w. STh true happiness of this life con. t sits, in a great measure, in the enjoy- 'Pe kmet of the present moment, if we will appreciate it, with all of its pleasures and surtoundings; but how prone we are to let it hastily and carelemsly pers ale l'y, just partially sipping its sweets sad ot] Pleasures, reserving the fullest sad of greatest enjoyment for to-morrow; which seldom comes. And this is why in our anticipations so frequently so far exceed our realizations in richnaes of pleasure and happiness in this life. It is sit always with us, to-morrow, wJ intend to us do so-d-so, and then we shall be an in happy; but when that expected hour so has arrived, perhaps bitter disappoint- t ment meets ma instead of the looked-for he pleasure. How often it imso. We are ex- dr pecting to greet dear and much-loved friends to-morrow, t...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 11 September 1880

THE RICHLAND BEACON, I r.& IllN. i. ei oi, p.maait A " I". .I..tLLr, . A :vt. it ". . 1. Li -.1 . p . 3'ritr per Asauuma. '2.4o. 'THu8. J. MAlrtfHAM. - - - - - L itor. DEMO'IRTICI' 'I'rI 'EI'. F ti lt I'R F.- li*' . . r. til" 1"L,\.'. '1. A\i .1 i'll. v-ie 1 l.1ll:"llq :'. l I4.J1N. º .1 II. 'N lAs . GEM. J. FLOYD KING, !tF ( 014t UK191A. e .r nr Wi lt a.nied Ito New tir n. !a- - :,!.rel:y tiumn hi. l,.'.; i.it 7., tie ,North Iln %4% e!., :l. %'I- w ' .Ih IneiI.I 9..o0. 'A ith v'-.-i in h i.r ,len u .,,re,",on, twin un, ll 1 " 1.e pnrn 1.in. 4tall*.','r and eiur,, , w hut- th, L. ,n I,. l 'el .i hl, l A .ry ire.l c e.eintee ,, i 1au, . 1. i- -:u I to If* ti .a. e" r04. pr4 o wU, 4 I it. 0. tih,. tht,t we a' e lrr.t'l4t4, inl hIn 4,l.,ln l, ,ter rol (". . .llan ii", . ,,, of Iloe,,ier, 4" :,,,klil Th ..,,aA. E"-., indep wlje.i mt ealt..l.ht.e 1'"r , of c'--', wIlchll wil, plnuliii..hdl in tIe. (1'il nhornle (.;1. .lllIan t last w.eek. i'e wouht i hate, r.l,tr.. ducledn It but...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 11 September 1880

LICAL MATTERS. II d k KEdge ToilC cures Fer t A igue 1 (Co osI, r tiag was nserly call enouylh I su. alls Sr iguans at 1.2-':, at I. t. M.CUr uar A i/on keeping a tearT will finl it to their I lS bay a hostle of 'Kenwall'. sIaha Cil * Advertiseaseat. T l .Qsh i os f thkoe ,de.iriag asi ponhan Te 18h dhe is dir eted to the advenrtifesteinl r V. P-. Mmasmam, in iamolthr caluman. it b 1it lade: of June 'e!ti reached lins att Wedr.erlay.jaust seli weeks anti Iu dl5aker it was issuedl. This is rapid li, *hma k ___. _ I t ii iad Prils at .. trents ir ytad nt J. DI. tI SaT . S m i t h c a ell I ra f; a 1l 2 a a sW it 1,.. hin.O. Call rIt ha .a4II het iwal r' a 1*1inmgoods for theit Inoue) than asy /ar Wsis es, oil, thread, shuttles and ol hihh etc., for all uanetriites. can bi " 1d by sppying, to J- I. Ikchen, N1oi- 1.1 to's AbhiLssease quent ty of rain fte the fit of t h tnalbsltay night, and Wedllnuctuy was aI tdhawday. Te eaa crave .,: er cett by Iay'ng your I it F~laese frmnt J. 1)....

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 11 September 1880

PLEA ANTRIES. Tasma is a report that (en. Ord will be placed apon the retired list. 'ITs man who fell out of his hunk on thl st.eameoat explained that his black elEl eye was a berth-mark. "SPELL loRe," said a young man to his girl. "Y-o-u," she timidly essayed. Thi, courtship had been a protracted one, lint they are married how. WnHEs a key was called for, and the gentl. man Ipulled out at c,rka'rew, some ,u,,- remarked that that was the key that unlocked his gait. " M MaMMA, what are twins made for?" asked a little girl the other day. Her prtecocious elder brother replied, "So that cannibals may eat philopenas." " (ETSrLEXEN," said an amateur farm er just from the city, writing to the Chairman of an agricultural society, "pult me down on your list of cattle for a calf." IT has often been remarked that chil dren will mask questions which even the wisest are puzzled to answer. " Mam ma," exclaimed Charley, "how bi' was I when you was a little girl?" THE alarming peculiarity of certa...

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