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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 February 1875

TH$ RICLANDi BEACON. i LIOCAL.ITEMS. ii - - inedal Dreeeor 1r. otDICIAL-FUCBTaUT ISllaTlCT CouT: i Rea Yt Rr. . Judge: C T. DCsu, - .. . )itriet Attori..y: J. NWT. PaTrs, . . Clerk. PARIS CtiRTa R. P. WtLLIAMS, . . Judge: W. N. Porra, District Attorney P'rtttein. PARIH OFrVICaL: C. H. Moons, - . ..... Sheriff, the WILtt P. MAnGaANs, -- - Recorder; Sut LuJas Score, - - President Police Jury. bet tail POLICE JUROIRS: lit Wald 1-Thos- . M. C'ochrn, I r3,a S2--E. . cott, 1ger " 3-B. O. Edwards. rIn" " 4-Henry G Mengaham, in ' -Samuel .Montgomery. at Wa learn that J. K. Lowery who resided 1 pesar Girard died Sunday silght of i reanta,,li reI of the brain, and that the stlck has seriously "' elected his wife who is said to be in a criuclr a condition. Datst.-Mrs. Latel died Sunday nigiht of pneumonia or comsulnm tiont. If you wish to know whether anybody is superior to the prijudimes of the world, ask him to carry a parcel flr you. If a man has a right to be I roud of any thi-g, it is a g...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 February 1875

r5, u OLD aRON An on' sne qet held she rath S Beineah the wiee'r amo, Tie  riek, e -hpirp i' rey mirth. And due ketlke crontl, npon the belrtb, A .sw,. s,d.-tIelia.used t0se'.. TbTe nel er.rk ,like.l. a ldrnowy rare, Witl, ter liritig 4f the rrirket, And red enum in the chisnney.-pl'e Peeped tout. with saentny a rnsy btie, lice lerres in a thirket. The erase's arm empty, suck note still, Atl tiesnwnrie is tise hsives Twinklet ased winked at every gii, Iase the Elrkerir'g flire-lighst, an if Ihey wlhispered r o denIelves. The Igoa dame ie le r rulledt cp, Countins isr tirkCles Slowly, And tie sli maen. wish fill nrinny a gap. iRead fronl te Big Btk on,, his elp The pisd wordna wise sad holy. The old clerk clisekel; the oth! man read, His derp ire Inosa-ing, lowering; TI"e faul ife e-sltletd, trdnlppel her hena!; The lid of Insdtle were iheavy as Irad They were msseld asleep end suring. (tl, hale dhl r'ole! sweet ensh dream. Whisle-a-ll tle milk-pans tilling Poess paintP i hr thik...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 February 1875

IUICULAN D BEACON. __ A Real Lire Country Paper. Ptabilhe4 every WILEV 1. MIAX.GHAM1, rl T.I XAJGRAN, Asoit Editor i hubliahu. I I ' IeWTIma .pr Sube(.riptofl .-h- - - - - - ro e m e p ~ u in c lu b s , . . . . . ..r. ..e a. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " 'l tl subsc riptions invariably in a dvan ce. _ -- - - "d .v XSand~mentsanid.tetw ni teab VOL 7. NO.,8. RAYVILLE. LA.. SAT URDAY FE~B. 20. 1 iS7. WHOLLE NO LL20 U.e~n FARO~~~t~.' ruuSPu su PIrltmte FARM CARIfN An J OUSEHOLD. Diversiled Farming. Cotton always works out best on paper.--"Every one" says that all the successful planters and farmers he ever knew made their own supplies, no that all experience is that way, and yet one can figure out nmore on cotton than in any other way. This dis. .:epancy puzzles many minds. We think it can be made plain on paper. There is nothing mysterious about it, but all the conditions and facts are open to our soses and observation. "There is nothing more deceptive t...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 February 1875

The follo be last pro Conserrati sional Cont adjustment Wheeler's 1. The ts for Congress to take adjustment on the S. The s ight years members t Led so as to 1874 to 0I of Congress Frye, Wb e-washed It was distietly u 1871. While this ed, both it was a perfect soc. the Conse traitors out of the accepted the nation. The good 3. The for from its repeal have to be orgi realized, sad probably of the c will be. Few people any 4. The expect them or say of them. when org election of eighty-three D)emo- ell'gg, rats from the South to the next Coo- Senate a res has excited some alarm. They this comi ill be the majority of the dominant them the arty in tin next House. If they are ready to I admitted to reats, they will role 5. Tbe e Democracy and the Democracy sign an ill rule the House. Patriotic men iog or re are, in consequence become alarmed, governs ad are looking around for a way to govern' revent the country falling into the ire bee bands of those who tried to wreck it so long under Bu...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 February 1875

THE RICHLAND BEACON. i LOCAL ITEMSI. - P = - -- ---_ - R-I Press I MSIVIUr , La., Feb y. !o, js§75. si hut ossCIAL-rlocrsaT.% DISTICT cocat : nI k • r R T . i - - - .Reaav RAT.. ...... Jmudge; - C T. Dux, - .... . .Di.trict Aomrney; R F. J. NawT. PItra, - ...... Clerk. nd PAIUsS CCIT: R. P. Wn.UAsa.s.... . . . . Judge; CoyU W. N. Po, District Attorney Praoem. four PARsIs Oalcal: Nl C. H. Meoas, . . ... . Sberi; hokd! WLsta P. M4seurs,.. aerder W;W 3ams. O. Eawama ... President Police Jury. F POuLIC JUmOlt: VILL Ward I-Thos. U. Cuclesa, an i " 2-E. Scott, oclo 3--B. O. Edwards, " 4-Henry G. MAanham,R 4" -Samuel Molagomser. ur. Loat BDevilles. s. Pneumonia still prevails in this mull parish. vert Wm. Green died of pneumonia near Salt this place last Friday. Co Be sure and plant enough cottono this year to keep the price d.wn. ladl A good many of our citizens are at spading up and preparing their gar- pa dens. Of Mr. Jones informs the opublic of the c removal of his saloon in this i...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 February 1875

F af p IS tA/K'I S DO N s11 i ,n r n," 1 s III i 'l ilI:n ml, 1 . Sssli* l*rls, stsl'..-- r wis i I-sI W'ai - iis ir e L.e ..J wtI,,i a.: e 19 t I Ls'. !, q u ic k ly I *, ** * J . . , ' . ..1 ... s11 .... . Jlew kisedly she walrlel will -nai-' t-. hals When ilosw a Otsia * ss'. r-s u IIIss.is l! " HIw l e a. i ly. Il0 a.'*ly iN - i l. i.l s 11. A. isO plr..-."m I- h - i. ns int. :sIonies. ! t lstes Islt rever*r- . 'a Lke Ises. And iII- Iriii *. i nSl it ."..511 Icy :11,11 + s., is, Have as8 a L.11-1 -iiei sw tor is n1 1.i Mal i lli IcL Imoml 1- " -- I ., leus It5 u II. L-t a man g*t iolit.I "'r is nlriah Mallterll*- I.s I y ih.itrI " s ,** r Ir.e I •ls w ldI. . I**s - 1u'i1'r51 ' m. ly Iil, A.toli h- In'- it 'iI h"x Y.ll NI Ih'4o0,° 'h at tilugh hr many* Iv- a F- II 11 vrllat , W elsitl he 11.- ' h1 . si. e is i- a I.s th i owl. i. WhAle' thi tp hise - "* lop I'* I Bat tishy Ais il LL h u11i. it ever hise dh.s. W hl-1n a mai ia- sl,'iniy 'f -.reens.tiliL'k. An d he a s " hn...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 February 1875

SIC LAND BEACON. RICHLANDBEACON.Rates @f 5Ad~ver*t A Real Live Country Paler. lPubli.he4t every I \ I , I Y o " ...... A II , r T. IlIWGAM, Associate u ta ditor & Publisher. .ageC pl _ nt e . ii .... 11 rub . lion s vsa ta n av nc V . O . . Y I ..I.af ('ittcnr e nii'.I lLs ,l"•ti.c .iee . - i ll . . ... I ma :  'inr, t,,r th~e firat itilVftiflU ud UI liI iWI lld.'ing l ~ .. .. .. .. it 10 - * '" .} } l"' rif'neIiitne""eda lb ra i . 'l"a-o"ta. "aclb. "ene '"""' ''. ea "- . t ,0 0 , , ]L " \.. . .. .. _ . , fe name entrerdupn the 114 until the pub.. i. O lte IV.I IIIII. I DL I. lve..thnal (ltAO (ISA ha! n3 ' ri:'AI1 is pi Id. a- - auijtlo Ia aid V ~ ~7~J* L~mkI V ai __ FARM, CARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. Th The EGOS FOR A DIET The following extract is from the Poultry Review : Would it not be E wise to substitute more eggs for meat Pro in our daily diet? About one-third of Kin the weight of an egg is solid nutri- forry meat. This is nere than can be id late of meat. There are no bones...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 February 1875

MA--gga-, - - Editor. mru KICLAND BZACON TEol fraJ. sAe3*a. -"Pablsher. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. .yifls I.. Jeby. 37, 1978. As the Ieanbt ('noares adjourns tai die neat Thursday, we propoe that it be a day of general rejoicing. The infamous Metropolitan House bill of Misnissiippi was defeated in the Measto on Thursday, by a vote of twenty to ten. A man hy the narse of lione killed one named Healey in Yaso City, Mias., last Monday night. Cause, whisky. A train on the A. & C. road jumped of the track, near .Meridian, on Mon day igrht, killing the lireman andw wounding the engiewer. A New Orleans telegram of the 24th states that the Coinsrvative (aucus had agreed to acrcept the Wheeler omprotiise by a vote of 3t to 83. We hspe our Repre-estative voted with the 33. A friend suggests that if Barnum would secure the wreoence of 'Pinch back in his museum for the next twelve months to come, it would be the most remunerative investment he has made sincs e hired his Hiber aes gorilla...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 February 1875

TRE BICHAND BEACON. r.1, ad iti ; eeAL.3ITms. muand MO..aWeat. 57, 17st. heti t an 1 we mmii.. s ees r. awn .Ltloem i raML-Ptateast SlstC Caoca,: voTn .c Rm e . .at. Judge; The CI C. T. Dms, . . Iatrict Atanney; J. Newr. Pra, .. . . Clerk. 0ogan 3 Paaise lm : so that L P. WiIM5, ...... J e;I a W. . Per, District Attorney Pree. could rassus orrscas: more C IL Moes., . . Serif; delh Wnsr P. Msesau, . . . . iseeoder; morn hm. O. swans . ... Preidea Police Jury. raeca onaes: j Weed I-Thbo. M. Cocham, .--.. seon, No , S3-S O. Edwards. " 4-Hewry G. Manham, * " :.-amm4e. aSemomery. At Lmas _ovia: . Melp lsial mialt mad and waer! aWll Maueh winds will saes begia blow. Ja The sead semmed Ralyille ae almost im- tti tsmbL ed b The weather has been issg at aers beae hbe a meeth. them PFarmers and gardems lhave at been ableat ho d m ach this month. Cap W.. A Scot ba wry promising ar- with des pes comnidering the seaso. We have known me ato prper by attend- Out I g strictly their own business...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 27 February 1875

TUE JiULFLEP TREE. When all thet tes I were -acll in rtrel, Adi al s,,1 Is, i. were -milniler. Adl bklaI" ft.1ll af it rr.l|,e s' et (heie Sm. 1atid iew jeyr use. ee... iaokedl nmos 8.d s;,s'w' us.zt, it Amal to the pelClti -lt ,se.r bes eze In wbhislerllel t ,ee- ilsuetetsrt. Is msammalred t wn n q.rie. TIlat e a imea;l wa* w )aWes : SmLast 'tr.t.tl'. ell s is ry .Irniose. I heard a i.- .re ssa... Of INSe aear, w.:'o j.'we'le f it, Il Hasksleins dllss .u tl. . ha.us. ; Dietle purc l-lraves arer' sto eslllll(,llsl'lre' l jewelsr I mim pilt iel '" The sIpn"eir l"lI; rile rse.. '.t.,e lrer Aaei tiee wtetsey waoa her. Ilelil un"e sistet, le's. rais, ael Gf,os Casuee iilcetl)y tlell'er. |'IMhsa. wie i hen I.e s iml se.-eh'ld se The n-"y lieiseee."l Iso,,..i14'. TiNe tree rjoi m.r at . ist army le new asse lstramel meae s11e4:;. Frese everI y I li1 po asetg. t'ter i· l illlsg A isparklsnag e sal ' r.ei.elet ; Tlr prles Sar ..' :tgral use tire sas, IN jewelry rplt'me!sr'It. Ase wit...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 March 1875

RICHLANDBEACON. )A t.&kAmuLNBAON A Rea. Live Countr Paper. ?abladd T17 WILEY P. a ANOIIAM. ,Sua TI. XaJGU [, Anodsgl. Editew &uiumims. C h i~giri Terms of Subocrlpton: '* u'r1fhci hi¶ tIi ~ J yso." InClubi, eam year, .mach... 3M __________ 1 ~ iSn coie ... .. .. .. ... W a. 117en upon11 me Wt MEfft.fS aas'. ;a. Te r__ -- - / BAIIR mabeculptotatalarlably I~aa mtee 'IE E E', L A. SA T ý' 1)T~ ~ 1) `V I'i A O ..t..suwawa 1. ptlom pawd I VOJL. 7. N- Oe 10. RAY`A tA FARM, CARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. sets eo vera, t Werk for Mlurk. Home Journal and Rural Southland: FAIM AND PLANTATlIO.-But for A  the extremely wet weather for the lowing past month or two, corn planting in plant the whole Gulf coast region would by l st. ihis time have been pretty well cow0- per ac pleted. As it is, we fear that much five bl of the ground intended for this impor- 2ad tant crop bas not yet been plowed. third Where this is the case, no more time 3d. should be lost in starting the teams cow and "listing" t...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 March 1875

Vny p. Agre AZ, -- -. Editor. J t Z - - " Publisher. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAN D. garv 1e I.., Haigh 6, 1975 P Trsidedt bas nominated the qgroe Sasatr 'e as 1'ualtu.aster of VicLkburg. Thker is gtIst rejoicinginArkansas over tr I. ceu of 'ongress iM re fasing to aMulrbl.tie legal State Gov -rlme.t.. The miners in the coal region of Penssylvana are cumcnitting all kind' of outragras, bring handed together for that purpose; s d yet GUrant has ever mset any truol a to quell the riot They had a very heavy snow storm in St ois a on Wedne.day, which blockaded the street car tracks and l~ ed l general trade ; and we learn .tsm ether places that the storn was gmu., jaussing over the entire Nortb. * e --·~ ----- Sagase at last seated Geo II. bhMdan, who was elected member at l ne an the 31cEnery ticket, just te be aoeoeramuat, but they also show ee their inconsistency by passing a raesoltion recognizing Kellogg as G(overor for the balance of the ternm. esllogg bes recently been trying to c...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 March 1875

tuI BIGCHLAND BEACON. lens. - rami. The March Publaid J3SA -Vroc arasraT uairicr Cucrf: Th: Reast RAT. Judge; South C T. Dcrs, .. )itrict Attorney. sad J. New,. PiTT., .... . . Clerk;alu PAsI CURT : ad I IP.P. W .ua, - - . Judge. W. N. Pecrw, District Attorney Protein; one o PasaIS, orlrCas: and ti C. H. use.l, - ... . Sheriff; reade WaItl P. MsauoEA, - - - - Recorder; $2 a lual.O. rESwaDS ... President Police Jury. POLIC3 JUROla: our Ward I-Thos. M. Cochran, ing it " 2-E. Scott, " 3--. O. Edwards, ubj " 4-Henry G. Mangham, famil; " 6-Samuel Montgomery. srluli --0 - a yea Leanl revtlea. rampapes still prevails. Fernr We have had two fair days. of R4 lee a Wedneseday morning last. I, o Feruiture, J. D. STLas, Vacksburg. mesti Wall Paper, J. D. SrTILs, Vicktmburg. space indsow Shades, J. D. StLas, Vicksburg. say i Weather is mecbheooler this week than lasti den Rev. L. C. Kellis will preach in Rayville stron 1o-ubght and so.morrow. retre Yea should net forget that you owe for your wr...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 March 1875

),F, oar Far rle Friend. A TfO.~nET. ,a easy thing for the Ile r that is glad, A ray W a heart in its gloomn, J, dm gay lake ahe; lid thy sorrow depart, And for happier guests make norm; ake raonm lr reaurc, naitlh and anuag, Let the brial.t ra)s of j.y shine in. Cartcare to tie winds. j *ti our clheerful throng~ And the good work at ma-e begin. * 'Ti an easy tihing for lhe saigdingale, To y to the twatterlrrl wrent. "Tune thy hraat. little bird. aid tj an with nae In a song fir the ear if ntere. Why warble to sad is rvror home oibeares, Whet' tLe rutsade woarld is gay! Cane join mour stiamg, you ai tbe happly, Fim sure, Bad adieu to that muiuruful lay," Ab,the wren may sit bIy lNe .ishtinga!e, And hotter i's watags aa , lock gay, But the vrry first aer wlichl it trine to sing, Its feelings at once will betray, So tle cara.warn helart many joy put on, But il masquerade 'waill lo, ' Ana it joys w lto the gidlly guests are gone, To be rft to arts nu-igs free. ------***-- A SWAiR ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 March 1875

RICHLAND BEACON. IC-LAN)- ,EACON. A Rnrluit .1*comary rprp. Musne aever ae fAvrilg ILE  MANGHA M, o , . ,o, *r~srname an d P..oisse EIto ' la~br jw . Tern lacuba 05we h eTe 'two , .... I 9 . 9IUS .Ten'nAX. of Subscripton: Y O.i .Om One eny. one ar ... .... 8300 " t .... l. 9. . 11) I.S Si 40e six meoulds * ---. ne cp , clubs, ore rear, ne ... .. T .T ................... O ",, r ..e .s. raTt ed b asI t. a t r g 1 UI subscriptions invariably in aI e hm • '""".VOL. 7. NO. U. RAYVILL. LA,. SATURDAY, MARCH ... 18. . WHOLE NO. 323. ;o e A Perilous Adventure, ONE OF THE MOST REMARKABLE ES CAPES FROM DEATH ON RECORD. A ship some time ago arrived at Bristol, after a successful Pacific whaling voyage. Time was when thousands of vessels tracked the great monsters in search of oil, but the discovery of the mineral article has made the trade no longer remunera tive, or, at least, much less an object of pursuit. The ship referred to was the West Wind, commanded by Capt. Parker, who met with a m...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 March 1875

j 115BIUCHLAND' BEACON Cu I. P. MAIGRALX- - Eitor.t e TnOS. J. MAIUAMA, - - Puhlisher. unre call OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND. er.l e" Pgyille. La.. March 13;, 1975. ' So . . - o ll? The admlissiei of Sheridan into and Congre.- tupTn the eve of adjoure,- clali ment of the forty-thlird Congress, was ° color a virtual uc.knowledgAent of the eke'- ion, tion of C.I. Jobhn McElnery G,overnor knot of this State, anti elt this same C,t- edits Gress turns round and passes a r'soll.- ftun lion r.cognizing Kellog- for the fal. Irlance of the term ofr O,,fl,.e ft chiTrlri McEutere was al",ttvd. One cf tbh ct.iii results ef rfltproli.se, riglh '~A .StL: ,r (,tI il'E-T: -'ie V.icklcr .Monlitor -taute as a fiat:, th: rain It* t easily Ir. v. , that ('ro.by ,!.A oft will ?ebi.gntd ne;r siherriff t.f Watrn w cho elnut'., .iel., Iw. 4old out the fli*'e, iith all its fprtepairites, to uIt (lihner, thas to which i ntr. et ! e is bouedati i, I Swriting u:al-r seal. ilow long coultd the Sw1e nlt ho...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 March 1875

Tlr; ±tICkiLAN I) Jik'AcuN. ---- i i ii LOCAL ITEMS. arville, La., March lal 1, Is.. Ofllcial Directory. JCuDCIAL-FIrttITUTM DISTR-,T C.,rtT Rsa. T RA.. .. d ; C T. D;::, . . J-::,: A: o-,ey . J. Nifwr PI-;a.. . ...C, Pt::: -li CltT O R P. WitLts, . . . Jnd. I W. N. PoTrt, l)itri,t Attorney Protein; i PARIS OFfICKS: r. H. M.oos. . . . . - SheriftT WILta P. MA.ilrt,. , - . . Reicder' B,13.. 0. EDWAoS .. President Police Jury PuLhCe JtnoLs: Ward 1-Tiho.. 31. Cochran, 2-1. Ytt, ' 3--. (t li"ward-. ' --Henry (G , angham, " --Samuel IMotltgoimery. -° ieal Brevitlen. Furniture, J. D. STILES, Vick.burg. Wall Paper, J. D. STiLEs, Vick.burg. Window Shade,, J. D. STILLt, Vicksburg. The gentle rain drops still patter on the ored. Spring is upon us-at least the ,pri~l fi;hts have opened. * Mr. J. E Behen of Monroe ha., our thanks for a handsome calendar. It is said New iampahlrire Ihas gonue Re: publican, with the help of the Prohibitionists Country merchants are informed that we have for ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 March 1875

1N EPIiL.'·. 54 An4d5o the bnur a..st lhot S When all the dlretaml over, The di-batil. 1l0e0l lu halnite In  a , The- rapmur ', the lovere! ( S!h e,h4 i ntw tt.II thlt I we'khl ,.)mUe "That fiigear nis tr:gnt tla.wry, Anl yr. . ala. nse! whit, riar.tsa t strange iThat time slagull Lail the pansy' Our I. re was bItt a sanlmer fiowrs'; 0 A thlino oM rwil anad psies; di A frail, sweet ba Itehat blkrrltl an hour, i Then dli.di--like iflher roes. o I treamned I ueaer haml .enr aa face So elqaisieIly tender, sl And all woly life , yorat dear gare Blent down in frttik surrender. t And grw w°.at nee. nof v'sws aLd ,ih., b And passionate prretense, el To ur wt h i re so -adly wise . In wlrhip of the se.tlser al It was-it is not-let it pai,- Thought Ilthere has gI.ne ever . TIe imlage fro filte agagic 1Ihas The ripple fw an tie river. Your lhfe shall &Aw a,re ihis slar"k Its . t Iter, stealier taslaionr, With ju-ti thalt ;pive r er the ork Tlit marks a herietl itaS.i i I; Anrl if I...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 March 1875

llICiLAND ° BEACON.IIILI4 ECN A ::La: Live~ Country fulaitr. Publiahed everyY IV qae . ' 'SSI $aturdlrAun i ae fAdntug J:.zatr end. reI'm ,jr .,( m'(m T. JT. ::;,x(GHI, Aisotc.,t3 Editor &Publiahor.TwSq ae.3 S 15*l I ernsflA c' Heahserip~on: 5' 7 D IUflW U tnue cope 1561 4115 6 l~ ,'n*"f i; " j ttin C OlU t one ar, each ...Y no ti~ak cup~.g.... n.aa IIET ET NA'rALF, MOLI'f.' 4 ,I} . ...1 wbcIpmuhe. invribl in t Ikn ,cr..amloee s Werxld nNw ý i~ utilth sb-VOL 7n NO. 12. RAYVILLE. LA., SATU RDAY, MARCH 20(, 18Tih. W HO LE NO. 4 asaiat ~ rrtnet tr~da h ae . e UnWe "m wit4 Womea's View of the Social Evi . "A Woman's Opinion of It" was the subject of a lecture, embracing I, the general social relation of the sex- a as, delivered recently in New York t by Miss Anna E. Dickinson. The s special subject of the lecture itself, s and its supposed relation to the; t Brooklyn scandal, undoubtedly had , the effect of imparting to it~ an addi- h tional feature of' interest, and the' t large au...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 20 March 1875

THM RICULAD BDEACON I Wir . MA N, -- - Editor. TOI. J LJIGARAM - . Publisher.: OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF HICHLAND. SAYtVIILE..LO.IA)SIANA, ,t Saturday, Xarob 20. 1875: -----l is We learn fros the 'Viena Sentinel at last Saturday, that some one enter ed the Post Oce at that place on the o. Tuesday night previsou, opened the T. mail sacks, extractedl several ragister da ed letters therefwm. and relocked theam, vri leaving no clea to. his identity.. ie Benjamn. iR. Thomas,- Esq., Presi- wl dent of the Viehesbrg Bank, died is ev Vickstburg the Ia of this week. e 1 th was a native of Southampton county, as Virgius baut has been a citiren of Vichlerg since 1835; was the elder th btroter of the late Ueneral Geo. II. s Themas of tbr U. S. Army, and was abous sizt'.Iive years of age. a A danng attempt was made last at Saturday night to burn a large per- ri tion of the city of Monroe by starting hb a Are under the steps of the Intelli- ci geseer olee. Both the printing at oees and many other buildi...

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