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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 April 1873

IUE RICHLAND BEACON. LO. tC ITE.II. S A Rates of Advertislng. L ' t ip l ier. "r $1 ; $4 * . $ i $1 .........-ountr r 1 O - a ¢I r * t ..f IS fll l 1 , I S 1. . t " r ... ..... n , r : . . " . 11 , . h ......... 0.0i . . --_ - u. r, . '. e e " nd ' BAIRD" A.r tor . .......... IIv "ei n l. - -n- inrL b ill, Lt ilt t ot NIIa o . . r rirbi " it M a ee. " -r -,n-are ,he th, alr+t Ioertion a ct 7" rn - I , , . • -buch ubi unto . Toislt our the r, -i VOL. Vo--NO. 14. RAYVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1873. WHIIOIE N). N 221 -.inn1 ("1."t cr annum; 'r , . . . . . . - *- - - .... --..... 1 11 1A m ut, 1 i..'.. in adlv.n ce. ' v r fleOUSO Nelect;or h -1 _ _____ I ;eir SE REJECTION. u'y ho 3,,au C.,n,." fron yo oA s u i.',,r r' ,mantag ' cklittl. mn,: , I. .t talking to me, ntnind an t. ,alicon wn, Thi shoul,! I tral what is it you -e, atrc . u in me? ' Your Iare' far ..mg aol dlture have placed yon so Albov. On v . llIfe's lv, l. I 'rv can look " " Atrqwghtnevs as unt.. hl light of 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. — 5 April 1873

THE RICHLAUND BEACON. WILlY F. MANG -AM . - :B 13AIRD,A:. om 'to fdi~:' &t PI DRayviloe. La. April 5, 187:1 The Rilt. l`-'n: ',,. We p:,lish to-(la a le.et,' r :m, A. t to, writtenby ltno. li. I' \ H6 i . whichb ,icture to our- renfders irn plain and ieatlifui luangare. the i-. don( di.-played by the :f;,od citi.tens ,I t hat vic(nil in enlcav rinV to n:;.o. ;:,t'i" favored section a de..irai,hc a"t:." . !tra,'tiv', home for fir.-t-e.lan imm:nira 1 ",n They bare mnad: the right x ginlnilig, and one which mnlt arid wi! ,o,.vitally prove seccesful. 'Th.,' .I lrche.- tvi.eier the rein a lspirit o S"'u enu rlp'i.., iiherlialv i:! ):, l hic 1 "i:', that C:all hit redtvund tefoul t, the p.rosperity anId .ieces ".- F ,.a1 , ,'( ile H '.hi'e it i- tl.o graini lev,.r , whii it alile cur oIuntV iltan livft f:,, n, !- low VSt:e' ,l l. li.e pri:l,':: eailth for l,"6g hiitlcn in our oa; l.,vI and i -l)' ti!ful 'ari-h be tct11' developed. The g-ain already experi tnceld byhv Alto, ini ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 5 April 1873

MJ1E RUCUtLANDBEQ CON. Lot c L rgerMl. i."e- - _ , 1 T: for tir! Ahpl l at thw afit-*. *** -- - ye one or Mren t on- 1 fHall. durin be Istric, Cou't, hitic town on the third Mlon samouth. .1 - .. e--.- - - attUs FlourS bhae opsned in 1tyvillo. ,YeeOU mae fighting about their swerRbteats. A delicate subject, but obe about which a fellow can fight as long as breath holes out, and hit a few licks afterward:. All quiet at present and nobody hr'rt. TIE SPRntx Tsau of the 14th 1)ia 'rict Court, Parish of Richland, lion. ]obht Ray, Julge, will commence its latir of righting wrongs herealout ofi the third Monday un April, leing the 21st inst. A list of the li.:ors drawn to serve w.- published in our isstle of the 22nd ilt. l,;Ne" S-as;rsn. M-initn, .i - gler, and \entril',tluist, rt',les's u to announce that he will give an en tertainment, in Rayville. on Moral.s night, 7th inst. A dulission fee will be .0 cents, children half price. liTe propose. to donate one fifth of the proceeds on M...

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 April 1873

Il Nn L IITII W10 xco~sx- grows timber for masts Sfeet lonbg. Wuy are old maids odd? Because they are unmatched. Ir three miles make a league, how many make a confHrence? W .J i. ab not a woman? Tazan are fifteen hundred and 'ty postolices in Iowa. 1 A o:ai' school for typretting has g been opened in Vienna. Youva genuine coc.sey is always fa- b mous for 'alfacnd-'siess. a C ToL etph b: " Write me as ii one wl ioves felow-men." Weaz is the weather most like a crock- a .ry shop? When it's muggy. IT is said in Washington the almighty 9 dollar is almightier than ever. C Is Wall street, when abroker can't bull L the market, he grins and bears it. CALIFORNIA gold miners have taken to prospecting by the artesian method. 1 Tax feast of imagination-Having no dinner, but reading a cookery book. kTh not imagine an individual is going I to spin a yarn beause he knits his brow. a Goon news for husbands-Ladies wear I their dresses longer than they used to do. Tuocan fine feathers make fine bird...

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 April 1873

On s maged on a .• i , . .... .. I On o nn . 1 ý' in ne nu n n m u Ii u 11 • n tu r kk R ........... ........ - ..... 1 . - .. - - .RICfIlAND BEAOON _ a urday oortr. ,,trP. MANG[AM, . [S or i tm . e m. ar. ast oue...... . I .O$1 o Temo ,f ye N, oh.r.iption: ..luure .... ..0 5.€ One coly, one year .00 1 1nmn 0 7000 o 191 lIn ,OJ onAa subacrlptin n mu n rlahly t advane. - - tute -a square.- ,o ..tl itV)It" OL. V.--.NO. 15. RAY VILL, LA., SATURI)AY, APRIL 12, 1873. WIIOLE NO. 222. N.a.,,,,,o,,**e , Pa _lo~ |2 ll-l.v~,ne POsnaellaneous Selections. It A CHINESE STORY. Br c. r. Citnectt. None are so wise as they who make pretense lr To know what fate conceal, from tuortal sense. . Tiis moral from a tale of Ilo-hang-ho itgh li haver been drawn a thousand years ago, Long ere the ,l:ays of apwetacles and lenss V I When anoen were left to their unaided sewn.. Two \orng short-sighted fellows, Chang and ,r .r th.eir ,h lticks Idly chattering, Fell to aisputing which could see the- best: ...

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 April 1873

THU RIOELAND BRACON. o, - *-' m-- D WILBT P. xA9OAV, - " Editor. S AI D, a dsciateEditer & Publisher Barville, La., April 12,1873. ot - I---C--- - tt- "The Feet-Prints of Satan; or, The Dev n bHistory." l" The above is the title of a new I book, just published, written by Rev. HRous READ, A. M., late Missionary , of the American Roard to India, auth.-o or of "The Hand of God in History," , and many ether valuable and popular a works. 'Tis said, by those who know 1 the writer of this book best, that "bis a name asd fame as so eminent author ! and divine, knows no boonds in both ! the old and new world. He is a trav eler of large expeldenace, and a keen I observer of men and things at home sad abroad." "The foot-prints of Satan; or, the Devil in History," is the latest, and in all probability, the ablest effort of this eminent authbor and divine.-- j We have been shown a copy of the book by our good friend, Rev. JAs. L. Wazour, who has the agency for al ling it in this section. Th...

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 April 1873

- i 7'BS BICKLAND BUAOON. LOCAL ITEMS. leoalems. I Dtivam SsavIac.-the appointments of the Baptist Church at Rayville, are the ltt I lundays i, each meath.-Rev. E. B. Rey nolda, Pastor. DtVir Sartaer will be held in Rayville Oa the Third Sunday in each month, by Rev. cI T. B Lawson, Episopal Minister. Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, at Jes. Dennis' place, Second Sunday of each manth by Rev. E 8. Reynolds and the l Saturday before at Newton aMCowan'a Ichool horse. EPIscorPAL StartC-at New Salem Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on the first Sunday of each month. APPotlsmaars RATnILLt CIaCCIT, M. E Caauca Sora -First Sunday at Little Creek, second Sunday at Girard II o'clork A. x., and New Salem. 31 oclock p. ui; "hird Sunday at Union, and fourth Sunday at Ray. * ille. Rev. J. t. Wright, Pasor in charge. PaIsatrsal ,--Rev. D. A. Campbell will prea'h regularly. at Union Church on B1a-kin tdge, in Franklin Pa., on the ist abbath in each month; at Rayville on the second Sab ...

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 April 1873

gmaL ITl eq - lai MA  apires aspres, expires. od One-D.Lows' haul-A rich wife. no PAraR flour barrels are proposed. u To understand truth, one must liveit. Ha who talks, sows; he who listens, sgi reaps. un To love Is the only thing that can fill up Ml eternity. Ax awibl swell-The cheek after a toothache. Tar popular buines with young ladies en --Husbandry. IN China wives are considered legal th tender for debts. th GaREA Sxornes - The Boston ruins; th they are still at it. a NATrrE feels no loss, because God is al. as ways present to her. m Or the hundred good things in this life, bh ninety-nine are health. It Hii who ieerfully commits the uni- t verse to God has nothing In the universe to fear. WHATEVER God gives men a stepping- a stones, they often make into stumbling blocks. MELDAscnoLY suicide-A little boy, on w being threatened with a whipping, hung tr his head. w "PAws for a reply," as the cat said a when she scratched the dog for barking gi at her. tt Two San Francisco scho...

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 April 1873

fl A 11Th LeA BEAOON. 1111i14g111)hBEA CO N 0.601 1Sý 'I~h~mg5~w& hilagr.4'luar... ~ ~ O Ct'i~uih. I.rrh ;ol 9. 120 10 sA +i th afir st tt u n t +.. " at -I {1 " ýi r a S(I........ $.00 I" -. per oU .O-.W.t,11tLA SA R A , l II. ",f.W OEant 1w, - -'" __'"" '······· -0 ~'ctU**U.aeb wjv. TB l enr a o ~Cl~ Miscellaneous selections. OUT OF THE DEPTHS. I BY 3A3rox oatY. I mu , m mulm s ahoher rlnhln . Shat time the gloaming was mellow with mar S And the whispering hlarebells, their curti w Srindtng, Swelled the idir1of the dyiag day; And out of the se of othe r pir, palsi.o Love the great master, touc ed the keIs, And the rhyme cBae Mirth Ia the eld, old fash Ion, Hal fear, half bhope-ed the wedls ware ('ome, my s oul, let us reason together: C~om,, for the shIowas duarken aheadul; Care and sorrow tighten the tether Life's sun through the mists glows dim and I red. Come, ere the long, low light of the summer Fade to the Irown of the atumn lea; Come, lest the foot of the careless cemer...

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 April 1873

'!'tifii KIu*ltit.LNL' vlihvutr  WIzS P. a LOEAL - - tEser. $ - D II ,Aseae Iasditer&PblisMher Raville. La April Il 18N78 War with the Mdm Indiana. Gee. Edward It. 8. Coaby, and oth. ers, went, In obedlence to orders, with a Preae Commisasion to meet the Ms. doe Indians ia the hope od arriviag at soon arrangement by whieb th w emseity of Ighting and killing them might he aeided. But on meetiug with Oapt. Jack, the Indies Chief, GeO Cashy and Rev. Mr. Tlhemn were murdered without warnlg. This borrid deed of savage fereity iacens r.J the white mad a fearful lght has co ued. The peace policy will doubt. I,.' esmL4o a sddes end, and the war of extermination will bo auised instead. From the atestu fo'rmation we bave it is safe to coaelude that the rare will soaon beeese extinct. - ***~·------ F0it Betwea the Whitm sad Stabs ,a (naat Parish. TUts 5soO IMOT mqcslusma ! We glesa from the Plecyune, of late date, tbe followiag particulars of the war in Grant Parish, between a bite and h...

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 April 1873

3.N ann A U·ies Puava Measse, o(th. Rayvileo krhets,rn will be held everl Wednesday a ight. J l F.rcoPAL Snlvtea-at New Sklem 0 Chnehrh. near Girad, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on b Sthe first Sunday of each month. at Dr :ta Savalce.-The applntments of ! ot itie Baptist Churrb at Rayvilte, are the lot WI Sundaiy in teach monthR.-Rev. E. Rey- It ne4lds, Pastor. it 5 Parivt StaVrca wilt be held in Rayvilie on the Thir de msm Ibrav. T. Lemt, e, ap i.pa uxas.. mt 4 Preaein at btrd aptirt C~ee, M Jas. Dennis' place, Second Snday of each w e math by Rev L .B Reynolds. and the I ly Saturday before at Newta McCowan' a School hous.e. ArtsTtTrrtITs RATtrwL Chrmas. M Eci Cnuraca Sora-First Sunday at inime C.-.,c. so-orw $nnday at G(irard 11 aockrlk A K. anl, New Salem, 3j n eocrk . x; third Sunlnay St 'uion, and fourth Stn. ty at Ray. : n'ile. Rev. J. t. Wright, Pastor in charge. ( I'a:-JaYT.ii.-Rev. I). A Campbell wail C pr,'ai. rcu'arly, at Union Church on Beksin Il Rlge, in Fratuki i Pa., on the...

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 April 1873

--1 ST. PAUL, Mlnn., is forcing the season in the matter of thunder-showers. CoNconRD is proud of a citizen wlo has voted at every election since IS(1). MississlrrI papers, In publishing war- t riage notices, put the name of the victim I last. FirrTES women have been qualified as electors by the Selectmen of Windham. Conn. A BosTON gentleman keeps the small pox hospital liberally supplied with flowers. THE latest problem for civil engineers is --4~mriakeone ofrtheteyl T13 1no fit the lock of a canal. A Farsou .ommission has reported 1 I favor of prohibiting the sale of absinthe in that country. IT is not an uncommon sight in IRusian to see women working with men at pav ing the streets. PAGE counp, Iowa. Is going to try thei anomaly of a. agricultural fair without horse-racing. 'Tng Supreme Court ot Vermont has set aside a verdict which the jury reached by means of a raffle. GOLD is pt a premium of only thirty thousand per cent. as compared with pa per currency in lHayti. ( sF. membe...

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 April 1873

_ICHLAN BEACON. u ,R_ RICKLAND DBAO0. Tim Stewarts of the Methodist probated the Will of Steven (iiiN)BAG I . , Chureb are earnestly requested to who owned sense of the oldept _________jr ...LOCAL T .MS .. _ use their best efforts in collecting all i ver opened in this s m d la g the money assesed by this Church,' risbhes, sad that .a- LSs . .1 . ,,.e in,. orybe Ryei, and due by the next Quarterly Meet- oewnedt ,, _s ,_.... _ ,.__._.-ons 1 . s4., will be held every We.,w.d.,y 4' to he hr' 3 ^" he ee " "atardow i - et matale *I.am." me nIe.ae /o.8. f , ., .... . *nda par U --f o ]ms Moll= . lat. Uavw- .1O 17 A VLL-.il.-ATR-,. per squar6 fur ti .rrdt iy JEO.ion srd ;i ce nt. t;r ear ,,«,, ° RMr.--cI-P- ( )L. V"N0. 17. RAY VILL, .LA., SAT RDAY, APRIL .26, 1873. WHOLE NO. 224. r rnnwa; fr UT IIW SO \ ar FORESHADOWIN98. " ee tihe fair mother of our race SStood oa the verge of Hlddetel, And plucked, with bett ad thmtghif' .C. The six-rayed itars of asphodel, Did M7 poes et eak y bun U...

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 April 1873

?ass RW AlnD BUAON. I WII P. IASIAX. - Iiter. " 53 ISDA..sekie*Eder& Publisher wOIT W EL0,9. 1 3rvID La. Anvil e ee k. Our town, for the rat time Is the year d I. waIs al aglow with pa lisiles eneitemoet and eatheasimm on Monday loot, mad a large sember of ritlasmu hoom the diltrest Wards in the Parish, together with many from adjoiing parishes who bhad come to attead Court, all suited hnrmeoiously and magnasmalm sly i the grand .gest now being mads throughout th litate to rebut and overthrow the Kellogg usur.ntioo by aklple disobe dliene.to its anlawful sad uncoastits tioul deer. . Thei meeting was largely attended, all the wards being represented, sad all umsaimoesly re elved to coiiperate n the Tax letsis tance Aaeoetnatio, and to stand ham and unwavering in support d the Mcery Government, untal national power and authority intervened for or againt s. loe. Joga McEnuva, oar beloved and able Governor, gave as the beneit of his benigs presenes on thie auspi cious occasion. His ...

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 April 1873

t -. . • cu,, - - s ll . he, T hld y ey c WednehIy I h bes-u. New , L ,eb  I.., TR L W. I Min, one ~ ..e-,. 'l 3epiu Cherb, .at slna i t NIew. MaCowa, n. A. J .wsa I. Wlom > oclock . .; thiird 34ml at Us, and bank r4ue'deyat Lay. rils IV. '.. Wtiglas, Pastor in chasre. Punmssu.-ev. D. iA. Campili will I atUnie Church a sa.&in }t sn4a P., e thae l eaibta in at 5 at bylle 'am the wooer) Sal tMt -o.b the d lebilh e; ra QOk s dJiae. De) tclwehe, Pa, sen aed fourth Sabbath seat ly -e sb Sabbath mcmwain., at belf pm st adaem. Teaer.a Fm psail. wilt be peI l in Re imrlt at the ,ntEd f the el.L whichll riakl inbt nce. All de- I em IiOn ae e espeetl m eo-nperlo e in the k, sd mIs ,amuney let.rally inrvted to P. WW . RYAN. W.-. p.'. Wtg. t. Pm . D..t will PUZZ LE<; e 1 eat A.. er ,he is Madison' Ptri Feorget. LOTS Ak b Apply at isasm. An. Jea. L. WenSEt awiU reach I Is Sayile, toneorrow(Sabbath)aors a lf, ast II ,'elek. Ti e oure in otia fpied to turn I oat sad ereanits inr...

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 April 1873

JeWS CO(VUeUIL IT casOunUs . Passrox. Ur ' bt ag e` fri, Jeb a.ditate was a hoeter. There ware ome who we alwayds D remain so, but Mr. Pedleto met Mrs. Gtr derI a: legI Iea the WhiteR is. might have bee te beauty ot the season and the .s lseemery that made him oe th mplaressible. At aevents, ertin was, that he son got lt o the Ihe t of taking a walk Befto going In L ', lot  'aaie des-I ie Mrs.  rO Sh had beea pretty as sa_,s.d at tity-r- was s till a d alo toho iwonman. I hve mau her ned V woulda have taken her for more thirty. She seldom or never spoke of Mr. Gray. Mr. Pendleton somehow coneived the ide that she had notbeen in her arst marriage, but felt oo de to questlon her on the mubleet. He felt sure I such were the case it wast e halt o f Mrs. Gray. In the mdst of Mr. Pendleton's eaoy meat, he received a ltter from his em ploye--he was book-beeper eta city firm -him tothedb . -lie eom rmaui ted iSsa Mrs. Gray an the next walk. hoe t shesighei " I donot date to think youwl...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 3 May 1873

Ft. RHL.N BEAOON. ý p. M.X giI,. Im., ,m. n 1yr. . ..u 7IITCHI AýL !L.fJ2II1I ..S•.m. ......s, quad r for thi e f ir t Inte' tion andm -"* ...... - . l. .. sseb queq to.e. Tenllanse or fri. c~nati VOL. V.-N-,O.-1. IAYVILLE., LA., SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1$7:3. WH)LE N). ".25. " cr*" .IOa fur si 1 IIJ . 30,i n ardsn e. ersntn e _ous election. E SAMMJ' r , amerow. somwe t-r. " r or great things, __ mg. ewere t, .,r nmall; t Uncle a was OrrT,::. I hcha legitimate Some wdborn lith : talent, _ lal pian,i land; owm l I rpa ýi , ut -dyer, An with p d threat brand; But uncle e canc ,t hulg an argument in oh and. Arguments airr, I,1 within him, IwlaLbwI*h. ii, hi, little eye; He ly and cal erl Iat. sted When averagt l, Ilbes cry And simeid to be py,dlr,. gravely whether to live ort'ylz,.* But Plll ic.l ot ,at question H yW frmn i to day, And 1hII' l,·.'ludedl '1 ia,;tt. .aim tostay; And 5into lirfe. !-. ialon he reas6ned and rea-.med his way. iThlea childhood, through y uSl, into And married 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. — 3 May 1873

THUI JIHLIAND BUACON. J wILyE .,rxAi AI, - -ditor. -P 8 a BAISD, ass.te Editor & Pblishe r Ry, Ilb, La., may 3, 118 " THE TAX.KEISTAJcE LEAGUE. 'a A meeting of the Tax.Reuittianee st League for the Parish of Richland l. will I e held, in Rayrille, on taturdaJ P, next, the 10th of May, at 12 o'clock tr M. A full attendance of all the mem- ti bhrs is earnestly requested; and all sI citizeus who have not vet enrolled "I their names as nmembers will have an ti ,pportunity of doisg so at this metcet- " in,g, at which dine and place thel o n. ,ti ution and by.laws to be adopted ,a by the League will be read. , If the people of Louisiana fail to k rescue their State from the Kellogg u tsurpation, the failure must be attri-' buted to negligence and inertia on I the part of themselves; that is, with-. b oUt the Pre.idcnt's ilnterference, a bo would if be could, but shrinks from i such a bold outrage upon the Nation- F al Constitution. United States troops have been ordered to assist Kel...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 3 May 1873

a of Irt p E. Rey hei in Rayville ea' monih, by Rev. IMiaiMter a* t el Baptist Chure0, at ,' plaee, Seeond Sunday .a, by Rev. E. . Reynolds 'f" Saturday before at Newton 3. School house. ArProisTlgUsT RTVIttLL CItacr: r F. Cacart Sorts -Flrat Sunday at Little Creek. seconl Sunday at Girard 11 oclork A. X, and New Salem. 34 oclock r. x; third Sunday at Uniom, and tiumrth Sutmlay at Ray ville. Rev. J. I.. Wright, Pastor in charge. rltlassaratAt.-Rev. ). A. Campbell will preach regularly, at Union ChurIch on Balk in Ridge, in Franklin Pa., on the I.t Sabbath at each month; at Rayvillc on the second Salb bath; at Alto on the third Sablatlh : at Oak Ridge. Morehouse, Pa., on the fourth Salbbath in each month. Tma RATVILI. UL'Io SAa.lllTH Sc'aoO. will meet regularly on each Sabbeth lserrnlg,. at half plat nine o'lock. Teachers and puplil will be punctual in assembling at the lunt of the bell, which wi l ring but once. All de. nominations are elpected co-operate its t,he work, and the c...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 3 May 1873

q ru m Pep le. of nair " IT takes all sorts of peopleto m e a Sta world," says the old ade, and truly hoe there are a great many of queer N. men and women and queer societies and queer communities scattered all over the earth, when one takes the trouble to look them up, as curious Investigators do now I and then. It is said that Dickens knew tril an original for every one of his characters, uip] and that he cofied them pretty closely str too in his delineations. If this be true, fro he must have known some very rare oddi. ho ties indeed. We have no difficulty in reali- re zing the possibility of a Dick Swiveller or int a Sairey Gamp, but Mr. Qulip seems al- on most out of the question. Mr. Vholes fol has manyluplicates, and so bas Mr. Spen low, of the firm of Spenlow & oerklns; ; but Dora and Mr. Crook and Mr. Dick wi an:( Miss Flite-these and a score of others tlb seem so unlike the common run of people, w that we find it hard to believe them por- o', traitures from life. And ...

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