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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 March 1881

LOCAL MITTES. igesrl fur sale be Mliahn, aI" 1),,Vl.i Mr. J. H. lt.teey.aee wr,: retm-d fron I Me city last Snuars ay your tats ft asue:. f ron M.ambIun We have not ree.v. ,t; tslae iase ..t the llolrboue, Clarinn Wnteti tie is sNter .'Ic The pries or i:L. 1: ., elth.,it F*I e WaiUs cos.hnied its3 3* . I . Pio.s harfese, a ont Mr. W. H Ilanns, ahe (ouits and acnnim, I tsin agent on Mr. CiapInan's train,. llas ler rianks for pnesl (faver* Ur IW W " ,caes , rlm aler, Pal l, Kr t ' lmeaurties. For sate by I)r . . Pelt. layville, La. Oer riaders will pleese earttae the *hort inains of tIe BI lACo Iblis week; the edlitor *I "pone to Ires"' Mr. H. G. Mmgsmm ie. lerl.epl, the first nter in o ielbh to prepalre his mrnund ianother crop. He eunli clnred pklurlminl to weeks aol. Thmlseut'l I. In -.1 Knt1sll1' Fpavriin (urN kr lbelins. .. lier sii oftseIr zrn.li. d llied and Ihere experiecrll 0ar.llltit *liet. See the- advertisement. When you have luit an nil bone tliat 1l,., led tim...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 March 1881

rzLEWOE r A.DeTn P TO .to. " By awl means, Joe, get married if -,,n h.v, f.ir 'Lhow. Dn't stan I hivering on tl,u b:j:k, bult pitch in and ,-' _ __ r and tho shiver is t ¶ver. 'hete atul any more trick in getting married after you're ready than thet is in eating peanuts. Mendy a man has stood shivering fl shore until the river all o 1)4t ex pect to marry an am ems hey awl bin picked . Remember, Joe, you ain't a sain y~ rself. Do not mar' got alyeac ively; buty is like ice, orhl slipper, and thaws dreadful eay. Don't marry for luv, neither; lur is like a cooking stove, gud for noth ing when the fuel gives out. But let the mixture he sum bnty becomingly dressed, with about >40 in her pocket, b gbd speller, handy and neat in her house, plenty nv good s nse, a tuff eon stitution sad by-laws, mall a light step; add to this saG teslh and a enrmeam. This min g will keep in shy climr n not *vaporate. If the laeak to be off for two or three Sstrength ain't all gone, Joe. ]'t marry for pe...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 March 1881

I-Aw---~_ " Libertam et N t ale Solum." VOLUjME XIII, RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA. SATURDAY. MARCH iN. 1881. NUMBER II. • -f - __, _ _ .. . _ anil. _d l eni n |am a n i ii iiJ ai i e i _ini I l n• I • II I uaua s a u .. . .. .. . .. nm H an A sulN3r 4 ratl Perhla the:. -;-d-sse feat..r of Linoln, Neb., is its artesian wel, sunk O the asmlf large g bare 54 joining the po e It tis about 1,300 fet deep, and it waters are strongly water strongly reslbla brine. The citizens make much of the fountain. They regard it as a panacea for all ills. They use it fr chile, for eltd for rheuwatm f *DMystia sad Yt 'OPlp ito, and nearly all the ills that flesh in heir to. They drink it nad bl.he in it-in short, they would be badly off without it. Of an evening, after a warm and sultry day, you can ass hundreds of people carrying off the pre. eious liquid in sundey siall jars and vessels, as if the real fountain of life had been founJ. This water is taken in pipes to tile principal hotels, and many invalid...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 March 1881

THE RICHLANO IEAAc , A ~Democ.s W.Ieekl .ewqpap, -Ptehited M. Adverta»ig Mediue, ad ve hpr. PFas very Reaonetlte, aed Urbma daioo Io T1we AdMU,,wd Pe'see paw Agm .n a.,g T'oS. J. SULa f, . .... alw.. OUR VIMITMr7 T If SSLBaNS. ao d o e mal Por th purpose ef Masesiag the Press ALoistdes ad wtsseeiog a portiones of the Mardl Oras past, we procured a tdte sad boarded sht train eo February Pith, sod presed ed to th city v ViebeberL , hsaing for ear travellin eempasies Mieers S.ammade ad Oaddle, of the ra of Ha.mmods, Goddle Co., Mr. J. D. GOddi, of oar pl ad several other gsldemem and ladie of North Leluiama ald. VtkaobrO. Arrivinq iin the eity abot asoo oe Seadsy. we repaired to the Casily Bose, where we foSed Meers. Moor Mosagomery, Adams ad Slattery; he lattery be. lag on th eve of tkis departere, we took his plee is the rem with th other geslemes. On Mooday as th appoited bear, we repaired to the State Hose, saod we believe wea sheat she Ir mer. ber of th press to ester the Seaste...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 March 1881

Nom pa pew, we pryal~b swss Tbgphavego as anths lsryiis lime. 1 D.s. 35" . C...IN p~ma sinmuw. seeni ipCyr Tels omn Dpqip Ii ;.=W L A Fw 0 hr Lr lrb ciu T«risle bDr. D. L F4^I q, a La. Ahint s heamt oile the ,slibd week be. tiwe :* and WAsult uwa adsr wm' as Thaualsp ulai... we wlMUti Ai,.m do ii e(..w.rc .1 agimam mad huwi lie the irtbuioa Io ethediw uglaiw am psilAb in ON 1i11 - 4 The sL. sedni-shbee wvsd to bes$ grand aiimma be : eat mum e them £amdiU' Spas's Cmwi pined t be ..«l day. !m *0 aidvuifmasst Th. w.euie, insM qaseu seal, be been rddlgsd thin weis ; mad we p u's a ui~sehamsl ha.ds haes hms. var7 boyV P's paring thee bed far the east /op. '~--.~~~w -' 'rr~ Fuirm DD.3.tef LI ,,3 7W0.L Far ode by Dr D. It. Poit. 1lkiw. L We hips sk itL s wa ied the sdvei,- j' weasr as ar wu.Mnt w i m sigbbnab a I'a 39 tuguw ihe thif tm Fur l iagiwenlod in dhwimehuth5. .'-1 tthma. lii hImr admimmusU. Is bm $ =Mwth hism awm = af b y'aw NIew with ewase aid qviuew biram. "ampn nem sty by winas...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 12 March 1881

CrIIEFrs DBEAM. - The' we a aP of- them sitting n, ar the stove, and they were telling the many strange, ghostly things they had I dreamed of. "I had ssae *mIi levt r forget it, eithe," mid a man who I h.,r. a uloudad at and whaose ears cered I out from his heod Uke the "]andaide" I ,f fa plow. -1 " D)i you dibaa tik YSo was a I lpirit of the dad ? " inqitd1the erdb+* I " No; worse than that. I dreamed that I was a todgh encumber." " What A ounrm ? ' " Yes, a regular old yeloptiated ,.ramp producer, and you can just bet I malde trouble in one family. Ding me, but it was a remarkable dream." . - " "Tel us about it," said the crowd, in ' Well, there was a an .liBving neot . dxor to me by the name Wasbon, who ,a,.i a sworn enemy of mine. I saed my iilitical ijaue i in working against him in the ward, an the week after he was dieate4 he poisoned my dog. Re v&nge was in my- heart, and one night I :.reamed that I wan a big ccumaber and W1a. nestling amnmg :the iis in tim a'rdel arr...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 March 1881

"Libertam et Natale Sclum." VOLUME XIII, RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 191. NUMBER 12. PI1dD11 YW E. . W o they m.eaA of kut d-s t .ad tby to da Old Judge Dss i.ge Is thi.s lense tim  s the prseseasd hit s slen d id. hb ad pIa s h u u ae, and enbles ovr 0 tha  . it omed yong BDs' am in, sad the lant sight, when s Judge went hoae, e d as awfultie of it. There was a pail of water suspended over the boat door that tipped as e opened, t door ad deluged him. E was boths s riead a sayed at that, sad walked into th elrn with a s upon his lips, aend immediately his set caught a ecard tied sea.m the hal ram th iaiter te the hat-reek, ad i t ipped him up and pulled the huask ear on top t him. e wskinmed ins several lases, sad, by th time he disagaged himself, was  "al a e started spoair, o wary ap a aed slethed atims t OMi hiet ught tma him miadely aaer the chis sad thrw hia ba kwaed downth .tain Then stated to rwl petsie adl pat way up dines u' a regs bgc the d atein am 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. — 19 March 1881

THE MLAUD g u ACS, A Demema~ Weekly ewrpapesr, Egwlll lnruir84 d M Ay rs sa4eaisL Mvbedne lbms, a live I Paper. jhw m.y eas.se, - d tlileal diome nI w Yrldy Adwliarsr. t reswt pero Amem, S I8. . U-= b 9tNl. J. RAUOLA. - . .. liter. The Car s It Bda ii atd s o As Eperor Alesader of Rnki q was retnuirey, through the atets dof St. Petershergkee reviewin a parade oe the 13th lest., $ bomb wea throws auder his carrie. whikh esplded, dolog *oesideushh damep to the viceIty. ie sprees keen the ear riage skert,. hut emther shal wasee throws usder his fet, whic zploded e ed a gled bimn s a kitghtfl man ner, from bthe eate of which he ex pired i s few oletes. The Graed Dlke Mibaesi, who wee ie the car. riege with hi, wasu ehort, bet as esar sad two Cosseeks were killed sed several ethers ejbred. One of the ssase was captured, but the other espd. Tim Csmrewit was aimest iamedi stly iaeled Emperor, euder the tite d "Alezaader III," sad the ext moraieg his aselfesto was proul gated, eommasdleg a...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 March 1881

S. wor.th I5 Ae. Addre. tsl.t Lod.,aryd, mai~e, m m ., - Paine. };i mand et the aAC .S in*h easa J Boot for only TWO I)WLLAR'. * w o" pi str, ymed easeaed at td.. 6 'Te i~ m A IptoF PJAIaH OF RI(t:L.ND. e25. .e F riue oif the aauth.rity rveas' in me by Ctrmstiteion ad ;ala. "f ti, Sta, o . istans, I %|ll sell at thae p.riiipaI frm"" , r of tbe Cnatri Haie. In whlich the ('irt 13 riot f'ourt of said trish is held :Ray lati) N. *am the legal hours f je tic-ai swaie. be- {n anlg at eleven 'kefork A. a on Saturday. , i be 1th day ef Vatch. 1. . 18e1, eCfntinme on .rantt sma el acth qercqea.ting n'il said stales are c".a, .*o,.o.*d, a. l oe -ahel penmper am which taxes V,..w. .,i . ,e tate of Losuisaass ant pasi ,nf Ri4ih .* 'mf to enfore retllcrtim of all( vse, a" r.e,5P (1 re .,r IaS. saI all l. k tl:e. wath in it at t per rett from 311.t I,.-,.o,'lr. .Ita)·. W. tatereast ad penalties on 'll hLac tleo... NS rdlal m law. slt all eats as I.lluor,. to losander, R. S -195~ aur*--tr w of...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 19 March 1881

MrII AN N°O4BB. A writer in one of the English news pendix to Hi-garth's "Elements ft Beauty," delineates eight typical noses. There is the angular, the aquiline or Be ice:stb m v"t0 sttrag-t or Grecian, the bulbous or bottled, thet turned-up or sanub, and the mihed or broken. Of the latter, by the way, the nsee r at least two illemtrion men may be take as iilustrations-Tycho Brabs and Michael Angelo, the latter of whom owed his ungraceful appendi to a vi lent blow from a companion with whom he was at variance, and who thus dislg ured te aut srtist A le, and in. stenty led. To these may be added the oator Cicero, upon whom nature seems to have betowed a namel ergan of a typedesdly "mixed," If not broken. Plutarch, in his hife of the queraulous R ,ruan, says that he had a Gat emeres canoe on the tp of his owse in rrsim blance of a vetch-eicer in Latin-drom which be took his surname. Plinya ys, with moae pobability, that the name eriginsted in an extensive cultivation of retches, jus...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 26 March 1881

be 1icB1ti d tWC84 L-~_ __---- ___~_ ------------- - _ _ _ -=_T_ _-~-,-- -:-- --I - I----" '" Liberta* et Natale Solum.'" VOI,iTM XI, IIAYVILE, L OUISIANA. SATURDAY. MARCH _6, 1 81. `NUMBER 1. FOOD NED'S WI7ra The trouble s, none of our young women are willing to becoesepoor men's wives, professedly, even though they mi be so in reality. The girl who marrice upon $1,000 a year looks forward to a life spent in second-rate boarding hoses, from which she will squeeze oUL a certain cheap domesticity and some expensive pleasures. Theehildren which Heaven may send are not thought of nor provided for. It is a question whether the young wife can make her self a drem, or prelmar herself a whole some meal of victuals. She marries for freedom, to have a good time, to spend money which she neither earns, nor helps to earn -for Heaven knows what--hut certainly not to make a com fortable, if humble, home for her hus band. In this respect we consider the British girl has an immense advantage over...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 26 March 1881

TNE NICHLWD BEACON, A Doe+rata Weekly N lewsqaper, -Published at- - 3 yTvO", Lobim.at 'Advertmig Medium, md Live Paper. ates very rtea onable, and liberal dlscuunt in Yearly Advertisers. Prlee per Ameu m, ms.g tEos. a. MuAOAN, - - -... Editor. ASage of Water. The Io'lwing is the silnal service report as published in ue Vickeburl Herald of Thsauday, which :oosed at I o'clock p. m. Wedneaday : Are. low .;hinges. water. Stations I------ Bi. Falls. I Feet 'ins. Iln'. nI .s.. Helena 3, of Knokuk, lowe, 8 0Iow Ls Crem. Wu., Leaseawurdt . ashvillo i 1 S, Pitasburgh )(lI to. Luis, 20 1 1 5 st. Paul l ---r*4 - --- I Marriedl, at the resadcae of tihe bride's snther, in Ray ille. .a., on Tbursday even ima, Mareh 21th. 1851, by Rev. I. CU.Ke1is, Mr. G. Wilson Wright and Miss NaSmie La ser, both of Ravyrele. Auendants--Mr. L E. Tiledae and Miss Jeanette Titche. The couple preseaed a very fie appear sues; the fair young brido, who is always bliauiful, aplearing c -no more lovely thsn umal, mad 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. — 26 March 1881

LCAL TTERS. ired' .ik EGge Toesni cae Dyapeps.i. Ckldy, a aIs li, em Friday mming. 'esi. OL Edge Tems prevets Mal rie. AUll e diaeril is ewded out thsi week. i se le by D. D Plck, ryville, La. Tbq was isn a Teady sad Wednesday aresig, bo Teedr y mesea n was wam Retds Osk Udo Tonic meae aei eappetihe Iaidall's Ipai Cae t s bre lieiment -a emeabas hee ina do was dy iy sad be muavisma. Reed Obel Advekiseas. Why will me allow themselves as safer aed i ib p ble bewst whae Kendall' spertm Cue. ippl I piopey will remove all adle Ieo w sad beat. See advt. The wate isiling is thibs pt of the uss', be mat, bsees ea eoing down the seve. Ias wasei 123 1ab a day at Memr phis lat Tues dy. We till hap, however, mI bl satl bea will plm beories is, sweR armes dawn upon us. fA pia oLa naC L K - RAUGHT" br. D. A. pewltsytavill La. Rle esi kid s nlkeam Yol' Agee. A mbely has bees .egaiv ia this place uade be tides "The Ladles Reforma Soci. e~ WMib has fw Oebjr sat dseouvage. miat d lmbig . Wal erd a...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 26 March 1881

c soDFrsas aILE or ti. . A fruitfual source of specimens were the eatr f d W y e somsof p, enriods earotWes celd sometimes be o collected tfrom the stomach at a codsh. Indeel, the cd may well be dbbed the p Aldermastithe deep, ao veiseraios ishis g appetite and so omnivrous his taste. A list of the laeums which have traled Te down the lane which leads to his cape. e eioes maw may remind oea d the maci jl of a isk dinner at Omawie. beest aloguUo bge huumber d little di crabs and lobsters, served whole in their a shells by way of tickling the palate. i Then come, if not a fshy omelet, at least ame eggs fish, those of the dog. fih being eaten in their transparent pot h or capsule, to give them a nice crispness, like the crackling of roast pig. Next may be counted some acs cucumbers, U served in he d of slae, with a quart or so of shrimps. Then a dainty dish od soophytes, followed by a few as-urcbiahis, which seem to give a smask dc cannibal ism by way of further relish. ]hr ab e there ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 26 March 1881

. . 0 0 The `wI0 Q Reduction in Prices. The IISUI8I OIL Till IC ilU Mas Greatly Enlarged lit Facilities for Mant facturing INSURANCE OIL, COAL OI0 - And - h ItEADLIGHT OIL, TOMIAUY will be kept up totbhe hibest stea_ sad have almost . ti.e baer and damgerogi olls from the market. ooaert th anus eet.e O**t* r. O. *T. co. TRADE-MARK INSURANCE 0I I. 0. T. Co. f the pekag. does .ot tee !.h* fade a TUSOh* OIL •. gree MILt ShFsd p L w v lue the !1e.  ridl and tie safety of their home, erule. IN YOUR FAMILY LAMPS New sad redaesd iSICNIJST sea swep-i Il UNEW II 3L il I , 95 sad 97 Graver St., A WEW O LA " That is What Every Man is Said to be at Thirty. If Life be Worth Living, It is Worth Living Well. Some Valuable Scientific Facts Plainly Put The highest authorities tell as that more than one-half of the fatal diseases come under the head of preventable diseasee-that is to say. more than one-half the aggregate of the mor tlery tables repeltseats the "slaughter of the innocents," which hu...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 26 March 1881

t~gqs mAP*i to j iurnattim. atd that the seociatoa would recommend ther non-amn Its mesmbes . Mr. Boet rc moved its reference to the Ex-cu Oommltt'e. Adopted. On motion of Mi ,r Burke theleonventiol adj~ rned un' . to'ec'k a. . to-morrow. G. W. Mc;'RANLE. L6 . BsTI.Y. Presildet 1ecrkcta7. THIRD DAY. SENATE CRANwEI: , Nor.Orls a. Mr hr i t I The As~ociai, n mot .t 11:50, o"'i 'k a. ir n Presidett Mcranlt' in th- chair. tweuty-live m.embers pres-nt. twelve bbsent. Gen. Jastremskl. chairman. submuitte.l thle followina asWPuT OF TaE EXEITIVE COMMITTEE: YNw O.uJ5.SM. March 3. 14,1. To the Honorable Preeldent and Members o the Petss easocation: Toir Executive 0 mmltteeber leave to report Sr«FeOt Lt 1i" ,. ls I Wos: 1. R&ssofrd. Tl"r the Presldent be sad he Is hrebrt autorized to aspoint a Becordln itec. remr. who Bal ktese his omce itn NOew Orleans. whose duty it shall be to ·oe. file:. of the pcers sent him by members of. the A.o. . Resofred. That the Executive Committee be uquente...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 2 April 1881

"_liberta_ et _atlan. Solum.'" I-VOLUME II vIL!E Ii.'ISIANA. . SATrU)AY. A . 1 . NUMBER 14. NEWS GLEANINGS. The farmer- .of Alaa,:la and (;e,,rghin have s,w.led oats this :ca-on Imore gen. erally tl3n ever before. 1 The grain trade of New 4 rle,.an. i steadily increasing. There are :re ; ',rel:lchers inl the Nerth Alabama Colnference. . il le lt.Lggar of New Yfork nl.ski.. I an arage. aul.,t $1.1 I a yer. John Shlerian i- worth $1.: "INN '1 ..ltly 'e'a-hinton r.eal e-tate. An cln'm:trg:lrine manluf:actory h11: bee establi-lel at New i Irleanr . The artes.ian well in t'.,r-ieanae. Texa-. has reachedl the depth of 1,o feet. Four North Carolina ,pa-eers note an incress of crop mortgage, in the.ir "ev eral localities. P Bishop Falre, of Montreal. cndemln a as a sn the practice of -wearin Rnmau: ('atholic witnes.es on a Protestant Bible. h 1 in the Arkanla. l.House of lelrecenta tives there are twenty-four natives of Tennessee andl twenty-three natives of Arkans . The State Agricultu...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 2 April 1881

IRE IICRlkD BEACOiN, A, Ltescarlmtlrl' to.C ; .'.... e ear Rafl e1, I.iIaMiama;t . brE 3a.uLLwa. a u,,,i0 Adiertm int ILr ii n, an.d L:;:c ?. r.' ,'. e:as very E ,n.ae,r . ..lt .". . ,. :. . I.t Prlo per AnUesn , i2..0. e' S. A EAM, .- -- * A Shreverp.rt t I. gral,.. .s, .t 'IM:, ;I Mies that" Ir.rs. A *.t i- , I le i U,t.& h P 'ra:,r. ,:tl ,..tl .. . rad bethrv n le.ninorer.' .1" . ! i te esat etalIeen mr,:r,. " I *ilt-At Iti. re- 1..t,"? C John A ll*en.,lr. .f '",-' i -+a ' + ' : IgaPSIrs i'ltnU. afteW ..r.-i ,a v e," h ung e. aSear I iit r, , ,. ' -. " . - , woak th1 ' . vrely - lI4% -- i tr. , 'i, earth. Wie I . t"U. lwe'i + i. si". II . t. ,' di,,e o 6i,.1 'Ike Ot . i h ' -' i . e:.Iet di .gtlh/.'r .. .MI. A .. ' !. ad onoc. is tier tether diwe toi F - > . iook her '.,*ne .. r. . -" II,, . nug snI am:lde. l,- * r, .. . .re C, plea e skd lhw" -1e1 ,, , $1e wai t1Il.111 . 6 .I0 ' .. , . L achool she was greally brlr, .l r.; . is her td.lite. Pour, dtear M...si,., I...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 2 April 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Ied' Gih Edge Toart cure D)peirplia. The perscedessas of the Poul e Jury aw. be plished mest week. The Polae Jury ertdlenns the (,I.: £.i . ereI Ma i oWtt huuse. me donetrru'= :t..1 e.l.h Wehobiae lbeira gleels t h: week. 'n' ...1 a1t 4eao e mUch timte t v u,, sel I ia Read a Odt EdTl, Toue .reest. Mallaria n 'ie .. ... . y Ly enudall's 'pawlv Cure. a ..r. ren Can t 1wty m lleins, Curbs. R1I",h' ire. , ,  fur e.lagementen of the j..inta. ,ee ,. a a I Am 1M OF CAllPOI" cares irregular, e >~ I r e r asiaan. o-' sale bp Or L IR Pst, it. l " s r. La We lears tas JudaLe J L). Byre. ,f 4. I bees lani. and prom:tnast tit is lisel . ia.i as of Madssn perab. died on the uadlt ol it e S0 inso.. We b wL * Cute",,.i at' ". tlie d,.e-.4,i . et -lfa grw .ma y l i Ilmes ulat ra roti-tler': t Sto Our penple, whle we ra,. 6.. ti ,i -t sad spare to do a ee4 a altl t..etr '. " ." re st*,re' II. apl'etiei 5J. oals, l.sq. rerjtri*S u "s r " etC e: he will attendl all tie tern- f t...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 2 April 1881

HUO31HN O(F THE DAT. A ZI:Iw:WiK is a hbivalve because it is a hoist.r. T'i' way for a bad iby to go on a ben. it'r is ottr his mothier's knee. Ml,,sr p.oleC that see trouble wouldl I.' hIlppier if they would close their "I'r.T.r inserted without payin' -" remarkedl the tramp, as he bit into a stoletn pie. Rl::mIIvAi Yocxa had eleven children bIy is wi fe, Eliza, and he called her his f.ýrtiii.n. Yot'xo people are always ready to mad, 't the "latest wrinkle." It is the first Sriklh, that they object to. No wonder we have white milk, 'cause the the kick of a cow is enough to turn timhe milk-paiL-Ko,,ak o ri-ibne". " Yor can't comet," she remarked to himi, as he tried to snatch a kis from her rosy lips, as they were out star-gazing the other evening. Tait. Ind rea-hed up for Auntie's cake, litl isckly mad a mlase, Il'r fmtnphiu ruMl.'scllr.ioar, and lte Llew 'twas Amli-'s elaw,. --Daxedaol. &'stt, Ccnoslurr shop1-" Oh, what a lovely va.",. It's antique, is it not?" "%No, aMa'am,...

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