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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 September 1881

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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. — 10 September 1881

Ova JU-tNaIL Lit l tor w ieel aAy lgid e aeean I. o d sa null Wo seon It her w L do'n l 3 s Is Whre hie of Ils diam -gphº w nmin0 as low. rM! mse a 1a517 a qlars e arum sr IN d7 bbe so a0 l Ohbt a s"m '0em"s ha 3. rea br se wim a7e el hhaY n > 7Ya roar." A we my dear bW sea j i'ee. 1I sar sa 3 im - melV * 3,d om  ss ss  a lst PeM i onl strm s gm mAa tas wso m ani t Thw P use"i htghe Al at m soye rsaelt waor I ro L al my ha wlh e sowe soiDm eat Ooai isk!s e ia d te amll; W w aIs se mt mtue lrg the emat kar amt sa , dwer a kser as 1 w e *W o, ow, ow t* tOil; sa welat wen arm elat Tam sparsw d aD )rn mye eye m AI! ~a M etm  P rle1 O o bde I a htbe A~M I Mds tls maBE al a - wGals are tywal. It imar Mulylgr ewIei hot bUas.s is ah Two armme st. Or#s. Slo time ago in the Indian country htwo ith girls slipped away iron the Ssyt, alwd went dawn into a boow, t" pick bees It was Emr y, a girl yebr, with Ben her sister, not let d`l All at umes, the sun asehed on some thing bright...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 September 1881

------ - - - - - -_,T ""Libertna4 et Natnale Suolunr" [OLUIE XIII. IIAYVILLE. L)UISIANA, SATURI)AY, SEPTEMBER 17, s181. NUMBER 37. sO ar DO4G « BLANCO(" aT J.. . OLLAaL My dear, dumb frield. low ling3 there, A wi;lling vwasl at my feet, Mreld lartuer of mny hlme and far4, My shadow in theatreet. I look tto your great brown eye, Where love and loyal homage shina, Andd wonder where the difference les Between your soul and mlne! Par all of good that I lave fouod Within myaylf or human kind Math royasly informed and crowned Tour gentle heart and mind. I scan th whole broad earth around f.r that uno heart whicla, leal ard true, Beara frienadshlip withoau end or bound. And and the prim in you. Itvru -on u I trull the statre; Nor cruel lose, nor ancd of pride, unr beggary, nor dungeon-bars, oa move you from made ! As patient undh6 injury Ie any Christlan esint of old, As heatle as a laab with me, Bt.with your brothers bold. More playful than a frolic boy, Momn watcthfl than a sentinel, Dy...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 September 1881

THE RICHLAND BEACO, A Demurratac Weekly Newpaper, -Published at ariwvle, L aleau am; 4 AN £XtLLL&% Advertuing Medium, and Live Paper. Rates very Reasonable, and liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. Pries per Amumse, *.AO. THOS. J. KAJONIGAN - =n Editr. OUR FUTURE PBOSPIECTS. A uard Time C'mie--Our Hepe of Belief. Jut as we thought w3 could begin to see a silver lining in the cloud tbhat bhad so long hang over our section of the Union, made by the promise of progress in the development of the resources of our country by the in vestment of capital in manufacturing sad railroad enterprises, our prospects have had a pall f gloom east over them by the drought, short crops and threatened privation of our people. This will not neessarily stop these enterprises, while if they are contin usd our people will be relieved of a great deal of distress and perhaps absolute want, but they make us ap prehesasve. We are as alarmist, and are dis posed to always look on the bright side of the pi...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 September 1881

TA...L.u, J...UIIs A, at TUO& 5. IANGHAI, Ei r sa Proprietr. Ow cpy,oae year - =* $ Tos a - . 15.03 SPa a. I 3 m. ' 01-. l yr. ! inet 3 00 5 a u s l s 6 a s e.al se 9 I* So Jj ' 3', d . is ( 0 04 125,11 25 (W) S4 40 1o 001 It 1Ml I (Ju 341 00s S" I5UO 12 (4i' it 001 20001 3S (M, 7 Oi IS 00, Is US 21 01, 435 01 a 5 (p) 1 5 a 0n * 0 30 4th 50 U)00 o i. tu e1,14 () sO aso" (1 (, s0iO Sl. I O)flt 3i3 ( 40 40, 010 (w0,140 000 10 gith peR lie, eb insmtioa, Mur reding em1ter or mai . 23 par .ees added  _e rates Cl empe of yearly, half tyerl or Isp1.wy adversertames. Penitively no reduction Oe. above maS CO the aereasandatim. of ay as. Cah m sw aetpy every eider etie. e advertiser m ager is knows by the pe. Pewis l hee a responsile party. LOCAL lATTERS. Tom.rsew is Mr. Cmpbells day re MayviIe. upe' ris for winer wear, for msa by X4UI5au & Duassa CeM emoegh fbr Irs these mornis- eager hpi weethee. A he.atifa lime of realy teale witer clodth ais, fr sale by MaNeaw & Dav». Ml. L ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 17 September 1881

OUR JI7 ENILE& *Tem sm W Il TY er delk qye and clear, eati md tleaping ail day as, lres as a woodland deer;, I . But where is the little Daisy That smiled in your arns last year" "O lady! " the mother answers4 Chokiag with tears and sighs, "Do you mind bow soft were be. gohim ewr:e, And how tender blue her eyes? Now unaer the sod of the chb'chyard My litt!e Dasy 11 lies! "'Twas the dreariest time of winter My precious baby died; The snow lay white on the distant hills, And white on the pastures wide, And abitter wind blew oof the north From morn till eenut:de. -" : - ' "All day In my srmn I hlid ter, Teeing with fever's glow, lnt Just as the snn was setting And the wind was droppiung tow, ' (nood-nlght, manamyum ' she whispered, And was white sa ltill as the msw. "1I raly presmed her closer: I would not think her dead; er heair was as soft and ter cheek as roand Thaagh rose anid sm!le had fle4 O*x could not be so eruel to, nie ' he will wake with the mork' I said. " () lady! t...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 24 September 1881

161_.iertulns et Natale _olum_" _VOLUME XI. AYI, LOUISIANA. SATURDAY, SEPTE BER "4. NUMBER 3 VOLUME XIIi. HIAYVIILE, I -)U INI.\NA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMIBER t* N UMBER 38. WrEN .ror jast WrIsPMJRJiD Lor 'Twas i the aprlnttlr keg aIo The beds were burting on th tr We'd jae left winter's froet and sn w We.s you rast whispered love to me Do you rsembr bow the itrba laag out Sthir pensive hlekadee When you Anr spoke thore tender w4r,. Wham you irtwhlqpaed love toue' A glortoun smnest abwly died. ray ahadowdtrrept o'er land and era; 'tas then Ste drew me to'your side,. TwaS .nen you whispered love to ms. TV ersment moon roes white and ft:t,. A pallid lIght gleamed o'er the lea The wbtlpeor.wll made mournful i .atw, And then yoewhisered love to ni . And now, when birds of spring I bear. The opening buds and leafetse ,e, I think of that sweet time, my dear, leas you fret whispered love to I:r. AD -LrArIO.v or FOOD .',,n The New Y Tt Legislature at its last session paed a law to prevent the ad...

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 September 1881

IlKE RICHLAND BEACON, ~A IDea'.snose ee 1 "i tayvllte, loulsainnn t Advertising Medium, and LI- Papcr. Vits every Rientail, e :sld tb't i. S4 .u ".-4l to Ye.,tiy ALtvertis* r". IPmiioe per A'unuum, -?.30. i.. TH0.. J. MANGHAM, - - - - Eiitcr. An e!derly liad:, named .1;.s. Diet- ftc el, was assasn'ted robbed nod outrag- mo edin Carm'itho last t:rdc.y. A noto rioes negro, who hai:previously sere- uc ed a term in the penitentiary fair a -ii- : bar crime, was arre.'tsd on Tuesdy inV and idettitfad by the lady. Another aleio.szu.t occurrod ~o the lc riclkburg & Meiidiau railroad on IH, 'Zneaday morning, the calbu.-e and 01 ,o ear of a freight trai;; c:rzi:r i.:' four and a half nmile east of Forest, no in whicb Wiley Jones was killed and of six others injured, only two st riouilv. t The conopositors of the New Or- cn l-ans Democrat otce 'suit woik last :. Monday, the liemotorat asys, because I'r two of the printers had been ,liacharg. ed. We presume the discbarge in- no volved ...

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 September 1881

THE RICHLANO BEACON Is publilhed every .%:urduy morntro,;, .t JtAYVLLF.r, JoUtISIA,, 10s. J. AiGHA1, 'ift6r and Proprietort •s efamr crapdtme ' te year F- 2 six inenahs :- I I. ., one y oen -. . . .. Adttti s tat . £sea. w,* I m. 3 m. 6 rr.. i I y' I .ch .al 1, 30e 1 5 rt, * '' I 't nces, 2 01 . 6 101 Int 12 e o t 3 aO q 10 e 1) lei iet l ,I I Oeºý 1d 00 14 1) -1 ( i ;0e 14 01 1600 ro tey i r " o i*i of 4 002:I ,0n 1 -O º Il l 1 ( 0'I 25 0 ) 3 1)r . i,, 1 ln' Sul. I: 1)01 31) Bll 41 10) I t 64 1 ,; I4() 1 lr, rt.," t er line, r eltc insrtilon, for readliiy her nor Ilealtr. . 25 per cent ailrel t1 ve rates foe each change of yefrtl*, half early or quarterly advertisemelnt. P'•wijively no reduction from ebove rates fhr he scotlmrndation of any one. Catlsh inst accompany every order uinler he a.lvertieer orr mrct is known by tie Iro priheor to Iw a resom"nible party. LOCAL MATTERS. Boy' suit for winter wear, for sale by MAnIt, & DAs s. as we ineed several blausels. A te ttit...

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 September 1881

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. fcries.-One pint of sour milk, riece of melted butter size of an egg, two teaspoonfuls saleratus, flour enough for a stiff batter. CAIr7mtowma-This is a very pretty addition to a jar of pickled cabbage, but it must be pnt in salt and water fog two days first before it is added to the cabbage. Taz CeAn.-Four caps lour, four cups sweet milk, two eggs, two spoon fuls cream of tartar, one teaspoonful sal eratus, small piece of butter, sweeten if you like. Wma Cnx.--Half a pound of powdered sugar, juice of two lemons, one gill of sherry. Mix and add one pint of thick, rich cream. Set on ice, whip to a strong froth, and serve in glasses. CnuioE ToAsr.-Three eggs, beaten well, one green chili cut fine, the inside of two tomatoes cut into small pieces, a httle milk and one ounce butter, all mixed together with a little salt, then heated and served on hot toast. fimwm SAuo.-Take half a pint of shrimps, pick out all the meat from the tails, pound the rest in a mortar with th...

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 October 1881

"'Libertnms et Natale !olunm'"9 VOLUME XIII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1S81. NUMBER ::9. my mimE san. 0, Bdd~eleebs I vim dmea4; sBoys baie't get had ume- lobs wasNue a keow awhie ago If "ftrar" W as a pt tens; And vhes I told hm twas "paani, at osarea, oHe ed as lum as a erab, And nae d, "O, wht a I ad Has our dear Ile M yrtle Mab." And ose evsea I ad him s tb skewe bow To writs a eompadse, He said, "PFb.e.ew! When MID yea Acqqiee  aegltlios? " 8:ll1, e halped me a sassm; He comMad' well etase; Bnt the oter tda I bhrd him soa: SMab's always got as bmess" And when I ased him, tentuagly, If be bad saemb hl its boot," e gave samo ain tt eould be bmrd a mile, Lad played "TheOld Masa Drenk Ag+Na" s hls sts Oh, i I ast beew a gle boy who a one grails of nasy I'd give him ty Soa nd pestty roll, And psra his s ighs a hadgefates THE HISTORY OF PAPER. Preceding the use of papyrus by the Egyptians, records were kept and cor respondence carried on by inscribing on clay bricks...

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 October 1881

--;-I---- I-_ - ,fEi RICHLAND BEACON, I A ID.,,mlcrati: We.ckly N. w.' jal;er, 'j -Psbli-hed at- pp )y Mvlle, 1l.ntains : a," klvertieine Meidinm, and Live Pc~ pr. p. jteo Irery Icasrt:able, awd libera ,1,"., ::;," Lto. , b e plR Advle'rtis~r. th, Pkrie per maorn , s2:.et4. - iRO . JMANGTIAM, - .- *. -. 1r.! 'Mo hotitiest campaign in our neibh- I bhring tste of Misissippi is a ecry no spirited one. Well, we hadl rather it ty was going on avcr there thna on our pr, aide of the line en On the morning Septcember 23rd a dil train of thirty-five cars of crude oil I .,)ok fire at Stoucing Junction, New: sit .Jerey, and was, vlo ltres::ue, almost , or quite entirely consumed. o~*oo tL Foot-racing and wrestling are the of favorite afternoon splort3 in Ia:trop-- l! the most innoceut amusement, perhaps, er that youung men could engsage; pro- pr vided none of thlnal gt thurt in wrest- cu ling or become angry over dufuat. o ---..".- tdi Smathmore College, Va., took fire I at 12:30 o'clock las...

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 October 1881

Tlt S'LNtB$O P:C M4 t*. I W ' sS* 'sr *,ei * * I * s ' t o.* N , "d,. rs.tcsa rrf I . - • . r rr r 1 I k , *** ,,I t..: t*,. n I aly o** . ('Ia t0n,Ms4 aiuulcl0AN y ver hlwder mattr., Rle a .lver.r ,r t . aeret ** kImna. by the p.'; "*,,M* to tir na rrs..n-ibtr pIarty. LOCAL MATTES. The p*e or t;.r Dscre end Detiri at. ,ase caemhias.l l $.t .:,. It. Basineu in Rayville s Iluite brisk, conau,l Wiang the aboruse.. of crops. Many of our ,lanters, we presume, are about done picking cotton. 'It lookell a while like it was fiing to rains *ro Tuesday, bet only a light sprinkle fell Slittle rain was needid badly to make turnil, "row. Rosm. th photographer is at Rayville, and will remain two weeks from date, making all L'hind of pictures at reasonable rates. Call and eanmine pecimenns. The elevation of the V.. S. & P. R. R bal between Delta anI Monroe has begun. John . Fmaethe & Co., the contrctors, began the week at Talllhah last Monday. A saw mall on Blutf river, between Ray. wi...

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 October 1881

s w. V. RAT. S' p tlea hi wMl a l tio a w amd AM hlot sholdnh Idhw weA e a isodesa, ws pbs h with but i ea sp mate but e.n, £oa ibis o as ber bmles a4erts a iasuts b asl u litm. sy,. stawb ALa m~base a M ob nr4teaig wasL a£ 3 at d em wa US-teat gesale Io a nIesnls tir mater or wife? amM bYw ser pew monlibL be r oils 'ri ebm ,i ta a laba rtf r Waluu wMe the san o mils Sl s wiat eo au - teans matd wla dr up winl a sau.lt, Koosmos, or ukmy7s," the luasian drink, is made of milk, sugar and yeast. In Bassi mere's milk is used, but beer they take that of the cow. It is put up in bottles with patent stoppers, and, s highly eervesoent is it, that the only way to open a bottle without losing the greater quantity at its contenst is to taru it, head downward, in a pitcher, close the top of the pitcher with a cloth, and them, inerting thes head, remove the clasp from the coark as gently as pos. aible. Its nutritive value is very great, and it is not now widely known, on a count of its expense...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 1 October 1881

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Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 1 October 1881

BEB A FLY-WTHIL I; It n3a. t, . . ch,k m th, mo.r.ug I Lvery ,n , t ht the tiactt''r " as at work. The thkiug .iand ratthug of the lighter machncry, the groaning of the h.e:"\ ily laden ehatts, the oily thudl .tf hundrtde of cogs, mingled ut busy din. l. he.hug engine sighed as. with mty bra, nv arm of polished -t-el, it ti Iuntelled the mlaiin shaft te turn the. whel.Ic, ft ti' t, oenry. : lTo worked by the door. nt.el thet e l gine room. II: could. theretfor:, c;a-el see the engine auld atl it. setrouuidingc i The interest of its lapid. t at.eles., mI tion partly rte cort led him t tho fact that, while mwot Ihoy of thirtctu were enjoylng the liberty e"ntcld*., he. w as shut upn s thbli dours This wornsIg, uorn than usually, ho haid been ~tat'hing tih forbiddrun splen-I los Iof the et'igimne romI, for the engineer I .alloweId not on' it hi.. sanctum. The great meachaoe 1e.-itl.atedl Tom witll its rasy giracr :n1l imti'"eminit. His .yes dwelt long c,lr the neat finish of the, hlu ...

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 October 1881

"VLibertaqV et Nu'atuAle SA olumC" VOLUME XIII. RAYVILLE, LOUISI A NA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER s, 1l81. NUMBER 40. • l..lm~_lnU- mman u unnunnn m mn nuunmB E nuumnu nnnua nnmur n• mmn u n •un a um ?LOWRER. ar aese Tisa oCoa.. Ine little prayer at night abe mld, Then looked wit witfal eyei, Flait tenderly and haI afraid, rIp to the atarry akin. For daily bread, ne'er sMght lo vaina, Rho asked i*Lbe~sey powera. " I''ear, God" :be whispered low again, "Il)l' nae y dauLy I 'owrs!" RFr dauly nlwe, bar haby iye, In one bright garde ew; A n4 hke a ower nto all her way, The dimpled creature grew. As fair and sweet atay mael As any new-bt; bigmem That dawn andu 4w's mnoftatee peranmde From mither erth'a broad kboaa. And Anweri like kin the darling loved; Rhe bore the fragrant bead, Wher'r she played, wbe'er she roved, !n apean or to aL4. And'hbile she praye, with look askance An if she Laked a truru Too great for God to give perchance For just hebar hby pleaure. I ew'bed Iny e ar b prayer, ltlmem...

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 October 1881

THE RICHLAUD BEACOI, A Delnorratic Weekly Newpapnlerl, -Publitbhed at layrtlle, Imiblamaa 4Am X XCILLS.? Advertasiag Medium, and Live Paper. Ratise e LRemetamee, mad libteral dircount to Tarly Altvertiier". Priee per Ammnm, 19.:@. T808HO. . ANGRAX, - - - - Editor. Improvement of Beluf River Navigation. In publishing a report of the work done on Ikuuf river by Captain J. M. Maumus between I'oia.t Jefferson and Stewart's Leading, a few weeks since, we added thereto a few words of com mont. The New Orlesans Democrat copied a portion of this comment and followed it with this criticism. "let us see if this eulogy be de aerred. The work done by the Cap taia under the direction of Major lien yaurd, of eourse, was between Point Jefferson and Edward's, a distance of some thirty miles, and consistd chiefly of pulling out snags and trees, but we learn from Capt. lHamilton of the Era No. 10, that the portion of the river where the work has been done was the beat part of the stream for navi gati...

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 October 1881

THE RICHLAIO BEACON Petd everyp haday nurning, at TVVIL.LE, J -lsA iA, "66 'ANOHAN, . . _0 .as.e I O'9y amy" .. $200j; S10.00 eL * 1500 ____A dy 1 I1ca- I *-* -o --ooo 3 9' . j 3 oul um 0 N0)' l j , 7 ) 1501 I `2,I 4:, i00 ) 0 "4M16 001 02 00 380 I3000 p S 3O4i0s l 20 $ 1 SOof 50( 000 Ion30 l 00 6I 0100 00 n apar line, each nsertion, for reading iew I 1a16.i . 26 per ce2 t ..M a of quwery advertidemens. 0 I._' ielm me s desl fom wbolve rats fur it al.. .; l edoij e of any one.oo - e somtopany every a der 100 nles l a aie Mlis klnows by th ie pro ie i etm pmyce eavced Desusir Fai membtised I s0 $.. tL le doit usill cansumes, which is very r **eahtlom a but death to taralps sad W lmJue smble over strews is telhe a hmae, bes climb over bills is the n iN dewseee.. Thi eer up a Wedussesmy this wepek e wm as i dthe pesemut meat was on inemssd o Ocsober. frei this qustm in aed a•oinl Lsayvlle in fat, occrring to lurnish as gel m ati lecal news. ('re The p'veative of casumtive di. ts...

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 October 1881

e' Riles M tahe resoune. The person who first sent these rules to be printed says truly, if say boy or girl thinks it would be hard work to keep w, many of them in mind all the time, jict thiif also whats happy place it would make of home if you only conid : 1. Shut every oboer'iter yOe, sml "'ithout slamming it. • . 2. Never shout, jgamp or slr'il the house. :L Never call to peaoss fpatdi or in the next room ; if' Jo ri tospeak to, tlhe go quietly inhere they ae. 4. Always speak kindly and polit ly t, servants if y~a womid have them do the same to you. 5. When you are told to do, or not to do, a thing by eithgr, ~ .noer 45. why you should NL do it. *;. Tell of your owu, lti and misdo ings, not of those of o hrotlpes andt sisters. 7. Carefully eleal t s muLd or snow off your boots befgl eatring thelhoas. R. Be prompt at ewy meal hour. 9. Never sit down at the tble OF in the parlor with dirty hdads or tumbled hair. 10. Never interrupt auy desvraiibe' lut wait patiently your trn to sp...

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