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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 May 1873

-. .C!Clr*uýrý +n-'Cctrrl- irdv rt1.i 1Ejunr A 0l "Llbertain et Natate K4.Iuin" LASATURDAYIAV 10, 1873. - WIIOºLI: NO. .I aye tti x 11.1 " " . that. ee' hu-rt114 knife. p that .11-t los,,' ns rollar gently, ie.ya,-it hurts me eragt I'ut -.~n14h I , unhlern,.at!, InU hedt-don't raisen e,' quiltr an  hitl:; A tu , aru iCatte ewateri-Ah-h! I tell yo,u. I iha:te' the ,tuff; t I' ,..it,- ,,old ry-l ought to kaow-I've slurtl.y I i h'ruk e.,iugih. . 'Ill any wta'urer wmte ey fullits, to r:.y the. inlt . th.Ig that', right, tIm' l1 1 . .I it r 'tin 'Va4hll4 never shirked his liquor or irt us .a dlht. I he cir.u.it-ri.ler? What's the use*. I hardly ha 1I think .me iprayer. T, 4". I tow,4e4 . iagt oer aug O whole a-, colunt tlI square; Ani at the day of Judgment, wheS the Worllt it' It I '.m k I. throug.h, lerI .1ll all til.h Im;oners round aIbot account t%,t wh;i at :'i i he- "1n,,rk '11h.e Lri alºove, who kllunws all things, will be we J• a " " her u. Aned merrfti~f All eyelid witl "hit ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 May 1873

" " CIL.AND BACOI. U 0P. [AU EAE, Editr. 8 S. BAIID,Asociate Editer&Publisher is Rayville, LL.. lay 10, .I73 S MAIL ROBBER O THE RAILROAD. i, A general newspaper fight is now ri going on, between Col. McCLAtIr., of C the Ouachita Telegra ph, and young - JAS. RAT, late mail agent on the N. " L. A. T R. R., who is defending bim- e self and W. H. HIA!nA, through the F columns of the Intelligencer, from, an accoostion brought against them of t; robbing the mails. The facts have h bees established that the mails were h robbed repeatedly, on this road, during the time that Messrs. Ray & aml ana were in charge as agents. These long-winded articles of newspaperi sheme will not satiate the public desire t for information as to who the guilty ` are. Therefore, if the cceused are in nocent, it behooves them, in behalf of their reputatiom, to furnish the public : with evidence to that effect. The government officials should take this matter is band, and leave no stone unturned to bring ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 10 May 1873

N. fa yille amaday I calesn iller, on l acs of it the 1etJ wB. B Rey. Id in Rayville f month, by Rev. Minister. rc 1 Baptit Church, at Sunday of ea.h B. Reynolds. and the at Newton McCowas'f w School htme. i d~ AP .rrt.m4t.lATVILLa ('ract'rT. M . lf Ctvas Sbot:n First Sunday at Litle * Creek, aonrln sRay at Girard t1 eo'lork itb A. M., and New Sa " oclork P. a.; third D SundLy at U'ni,. an.l tG1 u'lrlay at Ray. ille. Rev. J. .. Wright, pto in chanrge. PassaTraIT-Av.-Rev . ACampe will will preach reularly. at Unin hlah an .Bask . Rtine, in Frankcin Pa., onl te h Sabbath aobn eatb month . at Rayville onls nt hih ; at Alto n rl the third .lbath. at O k l R lle. Morehoae, P., n th fourth Sabbath tl an each month. Ta. IAV'ILL. UIeov SA TO ScNOOL will! t 00fUlrtmona are expects moperate in the f work, and the eotnmun' generally inv.tem. Si - advertisement of linds for sale b in soother columa, and also read the It legal notices in to-day's paper. h -....n .- ti Gen. FRANK G RaI'Da, who ...

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 May 1873

A Ride for lle. THERtE was a beautifal clear stream of water. naumed Bluftt rcruk, runlningl bhrough camp. which miupplied bathlhi: tuailie.s to the oftlh.rs :tua n . n. 'prit - ilhege which but few allowedl to pass it ulit pri'vedl. Wlhether to avoid the pli,,lim'it\' attendling ilealities neatr catp, or to seek a poinlt in the bed of the -tre;am where tilhe water was fnrsh antd utndist rbed, or fr oll a mIotive difliiren from cithetr of Ihose. two of our young otficers miounted the.ir I orces one ;lay without saddles and rode' down the valley of the streanm perhaps at I hmile, or morln in sea,.ch of a bathbing place. I)i-covering one to their ta.te, they dis mountlt,- . seCllred their hoer..s, and. atter dli-losinigot thl.ir apparel on the gr"es'h sward coveritng the banlk, were s: tlealing and t10l nttlritng in the water I .o •t l,.ir f yuig plrpoi ie.. low lon. tie. : at lt-.- n . rnjo ing this h althfil I(r. i ; :. r how urilch longl erth.y I i:r:i, i: :-. rni ial.a , ,i-ln...

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 May 1873

SILLE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY , 1873. WHOLE NO. naLE LA,,STUR AY, AY 7, 873 WhO E N . 2 7.0 Scling, % 4040W`at4ths poas sing rhYgwee a 6ist the Splrinlg; was eace potent lquel.n h itn blusoms and in gtt n.. k, was long agoi ; Is she burinl [ te esno , Deaf to at l our erliL g- t Pcr old Sprinfa Windows rtling In the algWt; Shaters that ya were tight SG as c k sph the wall; m Ghouls erbat amn tIN baall t LChimneys shuddering In the breeze t DolefIul dampsin everything- bi such Is. Spring. I Sunshine tra hard swhUe On the bhu brows eds to smile; cl Frosen ruts and sllppery walk; di Gray old rops of last year's stalks; as Shivering hens sad mopinD cows; Curdled sap in leasess bogh, Nipped by winter's icy sting Such Is Spring. el el Yet the other day I berd hiomething that A thousght bird. lie was brave to some so soon, But his papes were oat of tune; And he chir as if each notei Came from flanne round his throat, I1 And he had no heart to sing Ab! poor thing. If there eomes a little thaw, ...

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 May 1873

THm 1CwRLaND BAicoNI L WM L't F. 1A4aK 3,. - Ed- - e, . 3 3 DASID.Amqciate Ldjtoy& Publishei , Rayvail! L.. May 17, 1873.. TIB WAR 8UaSIbi(G. a The war news this w^ is rather , dull, and ao ew ttues have been t' fought alce the arrender at St. Mar- ' tinaille. U. 8. troops at last s ieeesedd is reaching the seat at wa, sad now bhld the reigns If govern0ment is that tseatioa. Tbhio howevrt doe not affect the status of the MeEmrey Covernmeut is other rortion of the State, nor shake thb firm resolve of the people to re,it thu Kellogg usurpation. Only those of our eitizens around whom tlhe Federal bayI. .nuets are stacked, can be subjugated by the heinous usurpation, and it is to " he hoped that before the military have I -eeeeded in capturiug thbe entire State. the tide may vet be turned and our people restored to liberty. The I'res ident, in a con'vesation on Tuesday last, as the telegraph informs us, said tbat "beretofore he be had mainly sus tained the d ,eisions of the court...

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 May 1873

RacuAnmScma.LamdLawIsm"Jeromee, two well known rs of New York, ti are no longer the friends that they have lJo bee rly upposed to be. 1F Bot . ani h d sharp aa tar, and 9 would saeor the imputation that they could be taken ain by the ordinary and average speculator. But they have each been accustomed to trust imp citly to the t good faith of the other. It seems that Uncle Dick, as the former is sometimes e1 Irreverently called, induced the latter to invest in a quantity of Western Union r Telegraph stock, and then proeeded to I set on foot certain reports which caused t a rapid depreciation, and caused, also. 1 Mr. Jerome to lose a goodly sum of money. The latter did.not like this treat- i ment. and forthwith wrote to a newspa per, and told the public just what he i thouglhtof Uncle Dick, in the plainest and s pithiest English at his command. Uncle I Dick was indignant, lie felt that an at tempt to horsewhip Mr. Jerome in thei public street would prolmbly be fraught with difficulti...

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 May 1873

,ALg T3E. R Pananl Mstwse, .*da Rwyvill 'U be Mlid every Wednesday .L $aImc--at New Salem Oirard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, n S ea emeah sth. Siavia.-The appolatenets of Church at Raville, are the let is each moath.-Rev. E,. IRey. a Savriem will e held in Bayvile Third Sanday i emah remalh, by Rev. Preashing at ethel O Churchb, at Jes. Denais' pee., Iseawi Sunday of each mth byev. E. 3. Reynolds, ad the re at Newton McCowan's ArpiovnSuS trVILL ClacrIt, M. E Cwnrarn Sou. ir Sunday at Little reek. econd . at Gimrl 11 orkk a. , td ew t , 'a olck r. -.; third Im.uday at Uden, furth Sunday at Kay. vlle. Rev. J. ~ Wng t, in chare. PerastvLs..--Rev. D. A. pbell will reach regalarty. at Union Chbre on esekin Ridge. in Fraklin Pa., on the I t Sabbmth in eaacb month; at Rayville on the md Sab hath; at Alto on the third Sal th; at (al ik Ri.t10. M.,rehoase, Pa., on the A rnh abbath an erle month. Tea Rarvtt.La U11ov SauaA SCHmwL Will ,r"0t regularly on iech Sebh a morning. at half pant mine o'cloc...

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 May 1873

vA. NADrCHBLAND BEACAON. OR quar" 7 4w I ii I s 1 .O *** Gr .'......... " ;p.5......... 66 4. , n , er.tI Nol lBe K .s.-. M 10 * I...,,...a---II am" v-dmO Lm AI . t,.zm.. •is at.70 t0 = 'l)r Ta 4r; . r " 1 aid u. 0 VOL. V.-NO. 21. RAY I LLE, LA., SATUlDAY, MAY 2.. I .t 1. i -,-.a, . l . --'--~~~~~~~~~~~~~~1 11 ..... .. .. ........ . .  mm. u uII Miscellaneous Selections. A, BESIE AND I. IN TWO PARTS. l 1. ENJOT'D your dinner, have you, my boy 1 Well come, that's olly, you know (1 Though I wish that Besie had been here, too she's longing to see you so. Here, brin your chair to the fire, old man, and A ,t be afraid o' the wine; jN And we'll have a quiet weed, if'ou like, and a haton d anga syne." So 'tic seven years since you went away, and I have been married five; Whati you thought I "hadn't the cheek" to propose to a girl? Why, man alive, 'Ti met strangest, most delightful thing that ever hapll'ned, you No: 1 didn't"pop the uestion" at all. 'Twas Besasle proposed to me ! Here, El...

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 May 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. WILEY P. MANGHAX. - " Editor. d B- BAIRD,Associate Editor &Publisher i Rayville, La., May 2, 1873. For the Richland Beacon. RYGIENE. NI'MBEIt I'V. NIt'srING TILE S!(lK. Many a physician buhs lost his repu tation, and many a patient his lifte, through the cnre!csnsn s,r i;ttrc,.d dlin g of negiigt.ut or ci i.,ýi onc º s.l. W'hat a lilvy ne enn,.t have pro fessional nurses educated andI trained for the busiuessi, and allowed a re.is,t able compensation for their .ervicer. Sick people need nursing for the same reason that children do. They are physically and mentally inconmpe tcut to take care of thenºIlves. The idea of a nurse carries alng" with it that of a guardian and friend. A nurse will have need of a well i balanced judgment, coupled with great presence of mind, to cnuable him to perform the many trying offices in the absence of the attending physician.-, lie should be possessed of a good memory to recollect the instructions given him, and of firmness...

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 May 1873

i . * Rayvlle u A Sgayc. Nt faller, on the aI ar GiraUd, by Rev. Mr. Dtb· Olr e each month' ntr of the b C -the a ppotnt t ho I aa r. Re" t.taa Saavsa will be held in ofl T. % Thmia 5WinJ each -Idtchr T. L wso, Epsmpe Minister. ha at Ra' l at SIbel Baptis Ch l-. each mmab b4to RE B. L2flVkI1cCwana p v at Nero Atretg ut RATsLL accT, M E Creek, seeonS rt rard It oclock A. a., and `, . w"s oclock P. I.; third Sunday n fourth Sunday at Ray rrle. e, ~I ht, Pastor in charge. I RtUTser r -Ret. D. A. Campbell will ... ~-r~ ! at Unien Church on Baskin h.dsg .aklin Pa., on the let Sabbath in each ,.* .a; at Rayville on the second Sb, hath, at Alto on the third Sabbath: at Oak Ridga Morehouqe, Pa., on the fourth Sabbath in eahb month. Tat RATVILL3 U.Csto SAuATs ScsooL will meet regularly on each Sabbath morning, at half past nine o'lock. Teachers and pupils will be punctual in assembling at the sound of the bell, which will ring lt once. All de notminatins are expected co-operate in the work...

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 May 1873

The Death of Chief Justlee Chase. A Tns New York Tribne of May 8, con-In tl tains the following account of the circum- thme stances attending the death of Hon. Sal- hol mon P. chase, Chief Jmstice of the Su- dra preme Court of the Lnilted States: bri The first knowledge the people had that hal Chief Justice Chase was in New York, Int was conveyed in the brief announcement of 1 of his death. One week ago to.day the acd last decisions were rendered in the Su- pet Vreme Court. andml the judges dispersed. adi r. Chase left Washington Saturday the morning, and reaching here that evening, she went directly to the houseof his youngest be daughter, Mrs. Janet R. C. Hoyt, No. 4 in West Thirtythird street. He spent Sun- s day quietly, riding in the afternoon to ti Central Park. On Monday morning some a of his friends who had learned of his arri- er val in the city, came to pay their respects, and with one of the most intimate and trusted of them, Mr. Hiram Barney, he walked down Fifth avenue...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 May 1873

RIOBLAND BEACON. T ECN AReal W (DmW RaW. isbAhbee everyII)A.. WILEY P. MANGHAM, lII' Sqa . SfO Editor and Proprietor. A.AIL A. 1,. RA"koisodtr iPIbr ECN Terms. of' Subscription: - - 'z- One fOpy, one year.......................era~ee 1310~i IuN."preenete i.frtilrinee ~et i Ten oqiee, iakeiubeoac year, guilt.... 2.0 -. --- - - .UC4IfIll.TM or cet Si All subsecrptioni invariabIatalle . in liyiva v r d7 9t rei.annl(ien. ei3c ecuce Nonaz.aeeaacedupou ~lst heilentbuu~rip- '014. ~V.NO. 22. 1RAYVILLE.; LA.., SATURDAY,~ii MA :;, 187:t. V W1OIi'II4 NO .'. agoteS~eJkav Lim Is peaid. iwollaaleous Selections. APACHE PETE. Thar ain't no trnsting an Injun; II.',s a ('IIt.iWasIIII I I5 (Us, Ai when he.  a *at's ig oft lluthill' hadt, ile'nsa Wilabltn 'tWia authlinu' Wtie. And he,'ll lie and stral, and he'll alrcumvent You outil t our sry eyes, Ant hi. r his tot l ill a way that I, As a Lthri.t: ll, s , ,do despisi . The most oingrathftil, thankless wretch 'ltat Slv ersi lelher ee.! Fiavrs Lis k...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 May 1873

T=E RICHLAND BEACON. ~- -- - ~'~~--.- - --- I WILEY P. AJGHAZ- - - Editor. I . .B. BAID, ssciate Editor & Publisher t,e Bayville. La., iay 31, 187. Th MAarIAL McMARon is President fo, of France vice M. Thiers, resigned. of arl We publish in another column to- - ed day, the proclamation of President ou (irant on Louisiana affairs. It speaks sp for itself, and also bespeaks for our so nation that reproach which the wise nman tells us is due any people, who an will, by their own inertess, suffer themselves to be ruled by such an uo- cl principled demagogue as the Presi dent of these United States has proven himself to be. &a --. p,------ MAJ. EDOAa SYLIs, Special Agent t of the Post Olfice Department, passed I through our town on last Monday I evening's train, en route to Monroe, we presume, to investigate the mail depredations on the North Louisiana and Texas Rail Road. The Ousebi- t ta Telegraph, the first paper to dis cover these depredations, has clearly 1 established the...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 May 1873

-- .. . . . .. - - - .. .. . .. . . . . . R RICHLAND BEACON. LOCAL ITEMS. A Ustew PuATas MZETINa. of the Rayville churches, will be held every Wednesday might. EPIcOPAL St aic--at New S1em Cheeb, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on the rOt Sunday of each month. Divits Seavcs.-The appoilntments of the Baptist Church at Rayville, are the Ist aundays in each montl.--Rev. E. B. Rey molds, Pastor. Dnvlwa Suavacs will be held in Rayville oa the Third Sunday in each month, by Rev. T. B. Lawson, Episcopal Minister. Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, at Juas. Dennis' place, Second Sunday of each month by Rev. E. B. Reynolds. and the Saturday before at Newton McCowan'a School house. APPotrmifs RArrVtLt CartcrT, M E Cutaca SoLTH.--First Sunday at Linle Creek, second Sunday at Girard 11 ocluck A. a.. and New Salem, tj octork P. a.; third Sunday at Union, and fourth 4 ay at Ray ville. Rev. J. L. Wright, Pa in charge. Pslasa3mstaU.-Rev. D. A. Campbell will reach regularly, at Unlion Church on ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 31 May 1873

Pretty airo. WHAT about hands, exclaims Mon tailne ? With them we beckon. promise. .x call, dismiss, threaten, pray, deny, refuse, so interrozgate, admire, court, confess, re- tih pent, fear, doubt, command, imitate. en- ,r courage, swear. testify, accuse, condemn, s; absolve. defy, despise, flatter, appland, ta reconcile, recommend, insult, work. fight. p, complain, mroan, de-pair, astonish, at whisper. The hand is so beautiful and te sensitively formed, it moves with so much A power, freedom. and delicacy. that it Ii. seems to possess instinct within itself. ,, Whether in movement or relpoe its ex pression cannot be mistaken; its mo-t s tranquil position indicates our natural u disposition, its fixure our actions and our h passionº. tl in the varied phaees of life all the grace- i ful and pletasing attitudes assumied by e women are characterized by the move- 6 nent of the hand-. Many gestures of the c finger- only have a language so true that it appear- exprepsive. We know that a ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 June 1873

RIOAND BEACON.BECON A ItU 4 Lire Country Paer, Publiabed e b R~tAS oeAdrertii___ Saturday Morning.*" WILEY P. MANGHAM, IRICI1iL.iNID 1. . Eltor andI Proprietor. Jluar.. 2 761 I 6161 3 JIH ~ N ECN '.qmalr~a. 4.. ei . IIi 6. .n l 3A . 3AID, Aayciatg Zdior &I FebYaker. 5%q~unare... I 'I I 4" 4" l*( T e r m s' o r Su b sc r ip t io n: = A l i w. f i i . . rt j a t I I- _ - _ - = - - fine ropy, one year.....I1.4.0 '" 6)lUIrkfl .l )Yl iu1j " luni. C-IY. six mionith................... 2).. IsIEsri aI4 ci .Sufla I UE. per ejul r r Irt.t 1 1i 14-11 Copp.As, in club. onc year, each.. , r.t 2.61016- - . _ _ rrAlI au..rrl g ions intarlabf Ia adVlflE6. the wlrhfV LO L .1lue 11 1.I 4. Lionarnemn ter..1 14,Nnth t li ,,tua auI b 14cra - )o . 230I KJ-rru fe,.. i lar' l tilb as paidi. ii I U P 114l TIHE LUINOLTED DOOR. An ag., widow sat altne' thhietl r lvltnz h,'arih. Ih. r -till at a iittae nlie r iteaer.L 'I h." alin.g lanch aI llmirth. ( Ihilrlr .lle t, 11.had -p, rl,td ther--ltll th nve l r...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 June 1873

THE RICHLAND BEACON. *of an . - --- - UlndC WILEY P. MAOGRAN, -- - -Editor. dicta 8. B. B AILD, Assoieie Editor 4 Publishert aiel agani Rayville L, . June 7, 1873. gi * -- -- , the i ADDBE8 OF GOVEIUO M*oE196Y. and 'to t To the People of Louisiana. gliar On t STATE or TrO'sTANA, sou EXECUTIVE OFFICE, New Orleans, May 30, 1813. pltdl As the duly elected but deposed opin Governor of Louisiana, overthrown butil solely by the intervention of the judi- and vial, military and executive authori- boal ties of the U'nited States, I deem it exis my duty, in view of the recent procla- beat tuation of the President relative to ract Louisiana affairs, to address you some fate words of advice and counsel. higi The Federal Executive, in the face prea of the report of the commnittee of the poo rnited States Senate, decla:ing unan- ' imously that the United States PDi- the trict Judge usurped jurisdistion, atnd whi that his court was without authority elei to coerce a State or seize or overthrow ia ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 June 1873

TfB BICHHLAND BEACON. LOCAL ITEMS. ---'-'-L -.i- - i-T m A Utow PsAnsa MRlTI.so, of the Rayville obercbes, will be held every Wednlesday night. ErascoPAL Seavica-at New Salem Church, near Girard, by Rev. Mr. Miller, on the first Sunday of each month. Divils Sxavics.-fThe appointments of the Baptist Church at Rayville, are the let Sundays in each nrnth.-Rlev. E, B. Rey noelt, Pastor. Divtas StaVica will be held in Rayrille on the Third Sunday in each month, by Rev. T. B. Law on, Episcopal Minister. Preaching at Bethel Baptist Church, at Jas. Dennis' place, Secon.' Sunday of each month by Rev. E. B. Reynolds, and the Saturday before at Newton McCowan's School house. ArrotruJsITs RATTILLS CIRCUIT, M. E Cacnce Socra.--First Sunday at Little Creek, second Sunday at Girard 11 oclock A. I., and New Salem, 3) oclock P. R.; third Bunday at Union, and fourth Sunday at Ray ville. Rev. J. L. Wright, Pastor in charge. PasarralTEAx. RcV. D. A. Campbell will preach regularly. at Union Church on ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 June 1873

MIIMCLLAIEOUS PARAGRAPHS. Lrr by-corns be by-cors. ' SOD works by means not by miracles. Cal A Brxaxa's Bn--Three sheets in the tw wind. How TO TAxz A Hoans-First tame yourself. Fm EuTry--The heads of many City col Fathers. enc PLATIxa raO HIGH STraxs-Marrying a WI wealthy butcher's daughter. wi Tans, time flies fast, but every musician is of any note can beat time. THE STRANOzST THING IN BOmNTN-- eT The present style of chignons. WHT is Spain like a donkey's burden ? o Because it is Hispania. K Tan hearing of the grammar class is t, always pare-time to a teacher. A PIoran MorrTo FOn BOARbING HOUtei at -Hashes to hashes and dust to dust. a ROAST donkey is fashionable in France. It is likely to lead to cannibalism. a WHaT la the present "little game" in a female costume? Back-gammon, of course. Fon permanent opinions you can n trust a hostler-he is a person of stable h mind. IT takes two boys to go to school nowa days-one to study and the other to carry , the books. t Tns poachers in...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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