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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 April 1877

RAYVI.LLE... LOUISIANA, Saturday, April 1d 1877, Lecal Brewill Wet and gloomy. Keep your feet dry. Too wet for plowing. Rain! rain!! rain!!! All is quiet and terene. Bad time for picnickingi. Subseciption price, 3$: ult. No pfenching to-morrow. Mud ar.nd water everywhere. This is had weather for cotton. Pay your taxes to Col. M.oore. No green peas in our gardens yet. Plenty of lettuce and turnip -salad. Temperance cause still proslperous. Spring chickens in dernd ju-t now. Yes, we will tate a few dozren eygu. April floa0,l instead of showers, prevail. Don't forget you promised us that butter. Why don't .onie one bring some beef t, market ? Trains pass here an hour earlier than here tofore, going both ways. Remember that an X pencil mark on your paper is a reqnest to pay utp. If these heavy rains continue mud. longer we may have an overtlow yet. The acts which we publi-h to-day reduce pariah expenses nearly one-half. The creeks, sloughs and ponds are brim full and the ground thorough...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 April 1877

A PAIR OF APRIL pOLS. Mr. Softheat had always beu sa o mantie young man, from the earliest years at which it was porehie fr him to claim the title of man; ad be was r cantic still, now that the title young was only accorded to him because of his bachelorhood. Mr. Softheart had never desired to be a bachelor. lie admired the other nex too much; but, although he had ben in love with four blondes, three brunettes, and live young ladies who were neither one nor the other, be had never been able to pop the question point blank, but delicately intimated it in such a way that his meaning would have been a rid dle to the Sphynx, and was naturally enough never succemful. Now, at forty, and growing extremely stou:, he was as romantic as ever, and, moreover, he was desperately in love with a new idol-a young lady who smiled when he appeared, gave him s~ft gluaes,called his bouquets "lovely," and preserved them in water. The fact is, 3Jr. Softheart was very well off, and not ill looking, and th...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 April 1877

When you visit o Now York stop at Se Grand Union Hotel, opposite Giand entral depot. 3:0 elesntry furnished , (own. Best restaurant in the city; prices uroderate. Bagage taken to and from said e free. C(at mad stages pas the hotel fora par OL the . p.A. t *,eesd. 7 Ware,~st.,.Y.,hs e rd Ise C.s ual sea meveral gold nei , esol d~itle. for his new process for bias egp and ralaing neltry by rene of hasm minbue. This valuable dia eo.ey will te $51 yearly profit trom 12 'enc. *'talgueeleularaad testimonials ltct on receipt of postage. D)URANG'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY never fails to eare rheumatism. Sold by all druggists Fos ten cents we will send a sieStific hook of one hundred and sixty choes selee tious from the poetical works ot Byros, Moore sad Burns; also fifty selected pop ular sogs andwridangs. The poetry of these authors is true to nature and the faest ever written. Desmond & Co., 914 Race ft., Phil. aidelphis, Pa. Brau'ir's FILAvtsoRG ExtaAct are used nud indored by the best h...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 April 1877

RICH LAND BEACON Rams or adv Awrss. ro . oý .......  a m i ,sewases t I 1es U o 8ier eUmrea..m. >i a m se a m 1a , .... T i a N s flmate. US 1 to bsaieS. H. B BRUSER, Copper, Tin & SkeetIrm Worker, laker of Drove Wells, Pipes and Tools, -: AND D0tALLe IN = COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, House Furnishing Goods, Tin Ware, Pumps, Pump Pipes, Sheet Lead, Brick and Tile, Center Mulberry and Cly Streets, Vldeabarg, WRim. Also agent for the GOTHIC VENTILA TOR and CHIMNEY TOP, that will care amoke y chimneys and is the very thing for ventilating Machine Shops. R.R. Depots, Car Shops, etc. in ordering send inside measurement of top of chimney or ventilat;ng shaft. April 15th. 1876-1y. VALU&BLE WOOD LA D. FOR SALE-CHEAP! The lands known as the McKerall Ih'slo. s;ltoaed in Townships 15 and 16, will be sold cheap for cash or on easy terms. Apply to Wi. T. OLIVER, or Marcb-tf. WILEY P. MANGHAM. 3J( ACIEUB LAND FOR SALE! 200 cleared and in a good state of ehivatioatin, sitasmed in the no...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 April 1877

S it eat re. "LIBERTAS ET IATALE SOLI'M." VOL 9, NO. 16. RAYVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 21. 1877. WHOLE NO. 432. RICHLAND BEACON. " iml Li.e Ceermy Paper. P+uuedI ever esaedey Mornatg T. K. AIWIINI, .-.- dl~ hblihie. Torman of Subsoaptouts e e , e e year ...... . ............... S e , a ..................... was *.p., a. u, one year.. . ... se w..g.e eeptes . .. l them wlerr ss laes se lis Man the aab alpsh le paM. - - eamsons&-m mass eDSTRc cocR?: . o. PAaems, Jede; W. N. Pom, - Diusri Atrmeey; J. Knae. Pls, . Clur. PARUts CT : E. C. oemeoumar. . - . Jedge. X. J. Lane.u, Disrie Ataeaer Pseam; ras o rrecasU : J. A. Lneem, ..... Serit; WI.ar P. MaessA,. . . . eorder; W. Teos. JeasAw, Preidemn Police Jery; J. W. Sams, : : Parish Trmmeer. MLICE Jncae : Ward I-Jobn Biship; 2-W. T. Jeedm ; * 3-Job H. Mdiqs; * -NH ry G. Manglam, 3 S-P. H. Prbm. I O. T. Smith, Clerk. PROFSRORAL CARDS 3 1.0s0, I J. Easraw aIaoAE. I D13s TODD & BRIGHAM 1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, d Eluro, Ladsmr, M Pnme...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 April 1877

THE BEACON. RAYVILLE. : : LOUISIANA. CURBENT PARAGRAPJI& Axrrwavp is succemfutly illuminating her harbor with electric lights and con templates trying them on her streets. Rrssx princes are unfortunate. One has just been cast into prison for some mindemeanor, and another has been cap tured by the widow of a patent medicine man. The Raleigh ews reports the death of Benjamin Johnson, of Chatham, N. C., at the age of one hundred and twenty years. He lived to see his great-great grandchildren married. A $50,000 HALL is to be erected at Fisk univeralty, Nashville, Tenn. The hall is dedicated to the work of training missionaries for Africa. Twelve thou sand dollars were subscribed in England. An Englishman says: "The attrac tions of French women born of French parents, as a rule, consists of a graceful movement of the body, small feet and well shaped hands; a sometimes fascin ating expression belonging to irregular features and a facility for conversation which maskes you forget they ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 April 1877

Pooer ,ey mele. With rheewk like pink atme abloom in May. And eyres T l th sas sparkhag were they ! Wit h breath lite sweet clower, or new-mown bay, Alt! pro'ty and weun Kitty Delay. And .:.- I andr wg we shourd al d ber this day. (Had it nto? hors (era very ba4 way. re ht i whenter her motbher would say t" . Kat v, an t learn." a ofcrying, " ill stay, .T-t " ..uinuteo more:" or." VDer mother, pray Wat .. ",-mtnar.,w-I want e, to play !" N .. - .01.1 a.nd wrinkled and gray. .\n I s ,,.4,a., to ,ire than they do at Cathay ,..li"h InJd t,:. andl never a ray (f o",, :rt ftr her who ice was s any; And .,i a! ..eaut" sihe would have ler ow way. - . .,'". ",r other, 'tie always to-day; .rpo r"." ht . t ound., I'll venture toay, SY : -.n'.rrow. Pior Katy leley ' -St. Sibla is ShO Ir 1. WHAT WALL STREET DID. A (CONVICT' STORY. I hi il a good position as a clerk with a firm in William street, which I shall call Wilson. Carter & Co. I became a boarder in the family of a relative and cont...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 April 1877

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLANO. TR l. IaJGI A .-- - dga r. RAYVIL. ... .LOUIIANA, Saturday, April 21, 187. HERE AND THERE. It was expected that Rusia would declare war to-day. It is not certain, after all, that an extra session of cngreas will be called. lneendiry tramps have been arrested at Ashland, Ohio, chared with burning a hotel. The Plymouth never let Natches until last Wednesday, and is probably now at Vicks but. The steamer Dispatch nib l ortly for Caosentinople, for use o the United States Minister. Frank Hesiat, o 155 Tcboapitounls street, New Orleans, snicided lat Sunday night by jumping out of a third story window. The amendment to the New Hampshire Constitution abolishing religious test as a qualakatico for oce, has at last been adopt. ed. The signal observer at Kitty Hawk report. ed the schooner Edward J. Herrarty, of Phila delphia, ashore on Tuesday; the crew sup. posed t be lost. Tweed has made what is claimed to be a full confession of the frads in which be has taken...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 April 1877

RA TVILa...UoBIanA, siturday, April 381, T, Pls wenmker. Meslisht aiha. G~soh are plemis. Gaudeas doig aely. o4 overSw this ameo. Cspsi are looking welL Ceel, pleasant enings. All peaeabe and quiet. asher blessry Thursday. No guMs e yet this eason. Epo ifas cos per damon. Spring chaickes ian demand. Industry is the key to success. April showers iastuad of Moods. Police Jury maes mast Maoday. No gree peas rceived by as yet. We wnt a few pounds e bda sr. pes s cents per doses in Delhi. Buser twenty cents per posed there. Two bits per pound is the price mre. We would lke b have a few chickens. Owed us Spring-Pleasat, sauay days. Subscribe fr ee the RICHLAND BEACON. Farmes are about done plasting their crops bpes, des the kill little birds; i is wrong We business will prosper uales it is closel saeaded as. The price of the Basest is only thru do rmr a year. Gentle April showers have succeeded the dpea. i.s son. .. Il y Day will sn be hsre is all is bss. ey and revelinses. The che...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 April 1877

CgICKF.-rFIG IG I-N r E5.I ND al or aTr.IwY BA3BTSL of The Portchester Journal, published in the last town this side of the Connecticut line, says that Bergh and his humane do society have driven cock.-ights almost w off this ibland and out of the surronnd ing counties of this state, and that the ca town of Greenwich has become the head- ni iquarters of a regiment of the raiset, ui fanciers, betters and fighters of game ty cocks. The Journal's invisible reporter sq has ascertained the particulars of a dozen p, recent fights, which it !gives with the fi names of the prominent abettors. It then tells its readers something about S these poor birds. It says: i It the cock is over weight, he is by mnediciue rapidly rtducc.l to the rertuiretl piint, is shut up all day in a barrel with out feed, and at night brought out and fed in a room, with at light kept burning all it night, to accustom hinm to the light, tand tt exercised in fighting other fowls nightly. It to give him the proper t...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 April 1877

AsT'xA.-It is useless to describe the tor tures of spasmodie uasthma. Those who have suffered from its distressing pCroxy·mm know what it is. JOxAR 'IIrrrOMB's REMEDY has never failed to aford immediate relief. A PorrTIVE CuE olR lNECIUATIS- Durang's Rheumatic Remedy. Sead for cirrn .ar to Helphl.atinek Rusdyt,Waslnagso,Lb.C rr m eami G ued m est or Tea. Su have eftes to makerols,bimlit and uech ieliracie, in abauttet miautes. It' easy and .ertain with Doouay'u YSAhr POWDER, tse best of them all. Troaoled ousewile,here is ,ine cause of your nanoyances swept away. Full weight and the beat maatertal are the 'catchwords of the manufacturers. F-a ten cents we will send a scientific itook of one hundre-l and sixty choice selec tions from the poetical works of Byron, Moore and Burns; also fifty selected popular songs and writings. The poetry of these authors is true to nature and the finest ever written. Desmond & Co., 915 iace St., Philadelphia, Pa. FAcT for those who have been dos...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 April 1877

RICHIAND BEACON sa.s Avurtlis. slsa l . saml a m m. . R S et'Im seae a Iams o m mm tis iv. ..... . . VTIWUBL WOO1 LAND. The lands known as the McKeral landof. tiated in Town/hip 1: aw 1;, will b sust cea wl for ash r on lesasy terms.I .arch--ti. WILEY !. MANGHAM. good gn o , t o . ts Of q trs for place; asl of which will be, ohl fr $gT-, MALUArch-ltf WOI LxAD. FOR SALE-ChEP! r the land fnor n as the cKh or cily accep-. rtate.d in Tw ip and 1tRUMPER, willa sOct. 7, 187or.-ta r o Del, Lerm arci- n t WILEY I'. ereAHAM. goa' dered and in a hs oodt state of cultinruscf. borer, ten mues, farmn iplt every onth ,n ak smith tools and corn enalogh to suppyv tile place; all of which will e wld for $7), but or the land for $ u;ill, mn ct-h or city accep tane. E RIMPI'R, Can't be i,:a·c by ev.ery agent every wonth :n the s a businress we ful:rni, but those willing to work car easily earn a dozen dollars a day right in their own localities. Have no roc;: to ex plain here. Business pleasant ar;d h...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 April 1877

"'LIERITAS ET NATALE SOLUMf." VoL 9, NO. 17. RAYVILLE LA., SATURDAY. APRIL 28. 1877. WHOLE NO. 433. RICHLAN D BEACON. A ral Live Country Paper. Pablislhd ever Saturday Mornig 1P T. J. NIsAIR - USlr " habuib . Teams of Iuboarspton: one copy, ee year.. . . .............. M one c. , six months......... ... 3 Tee 0o0k, ia clubs, one vear s ct ...a 3 6 = =.ta . sla be... /.sash. ,*** " 3l~.l mbseriptoas tnvariably Is advee. No Same enteredl peo the has ail the emb scrlptios is paid. "WIL.-O.f-U-- 5n T D. CT Cops?: S. G. Passess, . Judg W N. POTTe, . Distric Attorney; J. Nswr. Pins, ..... - ". Clerk. PARSl CaRT: E.C. Moreosat. -. . Judge M J. .IDD3LL, District Atorney Proesa; PARses orCs: J. A. LIDOLL. . ...... Seri WnLt P. MASOlAe, . . . Recorder W. Taos JoanaR, President Police Jur; J. W. asua : : . Prish Tream -r POLICEl Jaoas: Ward I-John Bishop; 2--W. T. Jordan; " 3-John HI Milling; 4-Henry G Mnngbam, " s-P.H. Perham. O. T. Smith, Clerk. PROFESSIONAL CABDS. I. 3. TODD. I J A. DRlSa...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 April 1877

THE BEACON. RAYVILLE : : LOUISIANA. coxNalrri r Tra jaruiam. The sixth report of Gea. Comatock,the government engineer charged with the improvement of the Soath Pam of the Missiippi river under J. B. Eada, was received at the war department last week. The report is quite long. It is companied by maps sad digrams fully illustrating the work. It will be eat to the public priater r publication at mwe The following extracts are of in teest: At the mouth of the South P be tweu Nov. 18, 1876, sad March 16, 1877, a few win-dam have beea built and som old ones epaired. About 16,000 cubi yard of materil have been drdeed out at polats where the channel was wont. A storm of Dec. 80,1876, damaged thase d o ithejettes ad thes ing d tear them quite severely; ,00 fee of the west jetty has been raned by mattresses two or three feet thick built place; a layer dtome eightteths eof foot thick e this pe to gives tt a height varying from ve enthL of a oot to two fee above aveege ood tide. The otherend o...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 April 1877

TrAT IS ALL. A little duemies as mothers know; A lttsla hlag ever dalnty theag; A hap hert.whein Hopes nll ugl Stirs l a brd t dawn that wake sad liap And that is a.. A little clasplagto her yearing breast; A httle mualag over Itre ears ; A heart that prays, " ear Thu knowest But spare my fower Ille's. bitterest rain of tears " And that s all. 'A It i spirit speeding through eight; A !ttile home grown lonely, dark and sil; A ad bert. grop blindly for the light; A litte rave beneath the Bill Aad that s all. A little gathering of life's broke thread; A !ittle patience keeping back the tears; A heart that a, " Tby darlia is notd. And that is al -Jhemis's Magexiae. " AITNIG FO1 PZACL" BY AXlXA L. BAs. Stephbe Thirnk was a genulan York ahireuas, long-headed, shrewd sad sturdy; serving mammon with all his might in the gpret brick factory where he worked id hundred "hands." These everything went oan a promptly sad regularly that it was evident one dom inant will ruled. Butno man isabsolut...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 April 1877

THOR. J. MANTAM, - - - -- to RAYVILI.E TU iSIANA. Saturd:ty. April 28, 1877. .il lIf .N l l'ilErli _ -_ t :. .. er . . v , . ..-u: " t'h. I a. t I..t " t ,i~.1: : r:.- ... , t " t :1" i e n' , a i r *:n.t . ! b at . "t. i , :t-c . t I, ih I 1: ' V i v: - . " : ". I.t ! r. ' Ir .I :i t - a'l i- t 1 :..r 1.'1:" r . an ; 1 p il r L ..l. Lt ml l..'.1 (,n;1 ""n", t -. i'pl u m. lf r ' I 't." e rlata . I " I 'at 1 1 t . u , ii +!, ,,'b,tetv r ·i i l rtil r"i :It&r ' at ,, r 1i Th , :r ' h1. T:l , , ; ,n e ,i tl ,. N, .w e :r . .,. hIr l t:i r'rti .n " fre ti" I artsi.y l , ,tr o i bc y thr. a-t 1 rtln y. It- t)r, , dttian.g bel,,i I t ;:.r . tuntd l,tary wr." .. red. Th u I n1t,., St le tr. ti s tnvi t.l t'. t, l New, t rlaptn.a t ''t r Ts r at .: cio ' r. If icen dtle ollt a Frve .l t int Ill Llunit-dl u1n1w :t te ll. I r Owl fault. ha e r.ver a till riite at laron in Le N,'.t aboNve :tanl It n"elils thast we are it) have '121 v:ertl e w after all. Tr.utsf will protaoly stop run...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 April 1877

r d I. Ageme or time Beatem. Thu PAiER yq ON FILE WITrr Where Advertelag Costracts can be maeda Rowr.-.:, i& frI \. C: LT.os M... are r ntor autnhrl,;r, ed Ag..t-, t t, i. . r td'adv.r S M~ ParrTriV:.:.t C,,. 7 Prk R ,riner Berkman 'r.-e'. N.w ( re, are a.c authurizen agents for N. Y Ht. P H-',a4v:t . !v-er i 7i: A.;,r. New Haven. Cornn, will contract icr aavert.se- ( m,'nts f ,r slea BEiA.,g . 11' Crn'xf al SC.v cur i tst;-tat : crise.! P. at Ae', .t r*r -:ve andt receipt for anm :.t c dore the PEAr , t. I RAYV LLE .... LOUISIANA, Saturday, April 28, 1877, Local Brelities. The !r.,te of r rl ..,.. o tr. Lewis ,"," asvotdaNi;y 'row !e ..: ,. we t The war rn the Enst w.l! ,at .:" tocn t e down anl grain to go ur--so l.,ant noirt ctern. , Rev. Mr. Miller. Fpis"rpa:, will preach at the church it Rayville to-morr-w. Turn out and hear him. Rev. L C. Kebih wr,!I rr-a-h Miss Kate i Remler a funeral at tl.e Baptit Church its Alto to-norrow. Heavy rain, thunder and some had l,n Th...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 April 1877

SAGRBUcLTUTRAL. lawe. r. One secret of getting this forward early consists in planting or sowing in a very light and rich but not rankly ma nured ,oil, and in a warm situation. A strip of good soil along the front wall of a hothouse is an excellent place to sow if there is a sufficient depth of soiL The neat from the wall makes a sensible difference of temperature of the ground for several feet outward. The seed I should be sown in drills six inches apart, and the young plants should be thinned out as soon as they can be laid hold of- - first, to one or two inches asunder, and the last three to six inches. This is not allowing much room, but it is enough to produce nice little compact beads. f When the plants are growing they should q never be allowed to get dry at the root, but kept constantly moist, to encourage e a quick succulent growth and early heat, j ing. .4 s«ml Fet Wer 6arde. A writer in the Western Farm Jour- i nal recommends fora small rower garle the following lists, as...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 April 1877

DOutEMRN OMAUrFAoArNINER -. rarIi.A A new cotton manufaetunng commbpa has been organized at Agusta, Ga., with a capital of $150,000. The mill begsisd with 10,000 spdinles, which will be ~n creased to 0,000 as the times require. The sock was pmmptly subscribed, as chiaer se mmmed and meases taken to have the mill ompeted within Isar meaths. Most of the capital was ub cribed by Mamachette maufaetuers, one of whom is president of the new com pany. In this connection a glance at the last annual report of the Eagle and Phenic manufacturing company is o1 interest. This report, for the year 1876, shows th ththis eompany has invested in real esato5 8s,892,aachinery o07, 090, and beilding and material on hand, cash, S(mill No. 8) $79,776. The capital stock is $1,250,000. The compaybasdeclared and paid dividenads de 186, 6750,00. From the proits of last year, $126,876, atwo emi-annual dividends of four per Seat. each, payable At of May and fist Sof November-the total amounting to $100,000-p...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 April 1877

RICH LAND BEACON .seat w. S m a Gm. 2 FOR 8ALE-CREAP ! rive UpssO....... Thse lands known as t MKell leds situated in Towhlm 1an sa It, will b TAJLXA3LE BWOO LAND . FOR SALE-CHEAP! The leared ands known as the cKeultivati nd, situated in Townorthips corner of, illhand sold chep fthe Bayou oron There is . Apply n Wus . T. oL VER, or Mabor,-t WILEY P. MANGHA.ck 364) AC3U LAND FOR SALE! 2j)O cleered and in a gooud state ofcultivation, s.tunted in the north-east corner of Richiaod parish, en the Bayou Macon. There is a giioa gin house, two sete of quarters for laborers, ten mules, farm implements, blackL smith tools and corn enough to supply the pla'e; a:l of which will be sold for $7000, or the land for $u(000, in cia-h or city accep. tazce. E. TRUMIPER, Oct. 7, 187*.-tf. Delhi. La. $ 99 Can t be made by every agent every nmouth in thel business we furnish, but thobe willing to work can easily earn a dozen dollars a day right in their own localities. Have no room to ex plain here. Bus...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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