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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 July 1877

FARM AND FIRESIDE. Cook*in Grhm Bromd We shall take it for granted that some people still use Graham Sour. We have learned, from many years acquaintance with those who use it, that they arecomm monly intelligent people, quite above the average indeed; that they have good reasons for their belief in its value and wholesomeness, while they leave to those who have never tried it all the horrors of its scratchines, and the fears of being dissected alive by its blads of bran. It is gratifying to observein the inter eats of public health, that its use is in creasing very rapidly. A dosen years ago, one had to inquire where it could be found ; now it is kept in almost every i grocery and four store. Formerly it was often compounded of bran, corn meal, rye, shorts, and various other arti cles; now it must be ground directly from the whole wheat, and a very clean and superior article at that. We believe the grain is generally much ore thor oughly cleaned than that used for fine flour, beeaus...

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 July 1877

THE - -_-= ltorsou OFFICIAL JOURNAL UF RICHLAND. have -= Unite THOS. J. MAGOHAM, - - - - Editor. Bonn and I RAYVILUl....LOUISIANA, opmiu Saturday, July 21,1877. whil __ -predei HERE NDm, THERE. most have Owing to a run on the St Louis banks, they matte were nearly all eloaed this week. The America-n ship Sterling was wrelfked Stte on the Itlh of June at Salt Point. of pt The Haverhlill, .Massaclhsett, Saving Bank nals, has been eajoined from doing further busi. tel te-s. Gov. Taldlen and Secretary of State Bigelow p sailed foir E}urope on Wednesday. from New York. impr The price of quinine has gone away up to retu ('omtilerate figures. This is hard on our Natii swamip country fact, The Agricnltnral Department reports an posit improvement int the cotton crop since the June was report of 2 per cent. to d, It is reported that cotton caterpillars have with appeared on the Brazos, Colorado, Gandelupe pp( and Neuces bonomns, in Texas. There has been a slight run on the Chicago pub hanks. ...

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 July 1877

Asemat of thEe Beate. ROWELL iCtlMiAtasN. tit. LuoiJ .%10., ate our authorlzed Acente to contract f'r adver tising for the BDAcux. S. M. PrrTIYoRLL & Co., 37 Park Row corner Beekman street, New York, are our authorisen agents for N. Y. H. P. HCcataD. Advertising Agent, New Haven. Conn., will countract for advertise. emnnts for the BEACoN. RAYVILLE .... LOUISIANA, Baturday, July 21,1877. Lemal Brevllefs. Planters are h,opeful. Autumn-like weather. Take your parish piper. Plenty of rain this week. Do not waste yotur time. Just the weather for chill.. Local news are very scarce. Those fleas are not pil dead. A big corn crop for this year. Cotton will boon begin to open. t The dull season will soon be over. Subscribe for your pari-h paper first. It is said idleness will breed mischief. Avoid contracting evil, vicious habits. The foolish cherish a spirit of revenge. Don't get frightened about cotton worms. Good t:me to repair fences and, bmillings. There is plenty of work for willing...

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 July 1877

OCR YOUNGc FOLKS. Am AlphWbet for the Little Pte.l. A tumbled down, and hurt his Arm agaunst a ibt of wood Sid," My by, oh! do not cry; it c unot do Tom any goad." . 'ACup of Coea hot caa't do you any Smaid. 'A pter houald be fetched, and be would cure the m " Smid, '"A Fggg beat up with milk would quickly make him well. F Me,.' A Fish, if broilled, might cure, if only by the imell." g mM," Green Gooseberry fool, the best et cares I hod." I maid"l B Hat should be kept to keep hu from the cold." I mid," lsme Iet upon his head will make him J smd ' esmeN , i,' spread on eed.or given Ssaid, A prao is bre-this picture let him L aMd, "A iamp py keep a light, to make some Ssaid. ' berry er two might give him mat. N mid, "ome Nuts. if rolled about, might be a alight attraction." SmMid." n Owl might make him laugh, if only it weould wink." P said," Some Poetry might be read aloud, to ,sakehim think." SmMl, "A Quince I rec mmend-a Quince or else a ull." t mid." ~me Rats might make bhim mov...

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 July 1877

ma. Mesuwals This singular man lived in Greece. He was distinguished for his eeeentrieitlas, bed manners, and bad dispeation. It was his chief hbusiness to Sad fault For example, he took a lantern one day when the sun was shining brightly and went out to search for an honest assa, thereby Insinuating that such peru.ns were exeedly ! sa mrce. When Alexander, a :" s ggullkbhed miUlty tl te man, paid ,im a visit, and inquired wit he could do for him, be had the mpedeace to tell him to "get oat of his sunshine." To cap the climax of his oddities. he dremod like a b and livd in a tub! He was a sour, cre d, crusty old bacheler. We infer that he had no wife, eas, becanse history des et meties her; aseon, because an woman would sake kinday to one of hisbab. its, dress, or maners or aspire to beoome mistrem of his mao. he was an old woman who lived is a shee," it is true but the woman who would live it a tub, a•d t 1 1y with suhe a omepeaion, habee net boom hea frod m The masbnthrepispirit w...

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 July 1877

RItCH IiAND BEACON Rates of Advertising. Sit rN . r ..... 1 15 , I" p t , . N :ie.a m iati'r i.et .*. - II ' 7 0I v t. i 1 ar B(T5 FOR W 4OME 1¥.N twos Arrented by women is that at the rate of of k n hue street Northe river. A most beautifad Ir .ht may bea seen here aut five or six o'lMk itte I i th afternoon, whe a v zen or two expert wimmerTHS OR ave the bath to themselves. t lhee women Shave figu Bathres w hich, Ciy te Nero York. New York Herald: One of the baths most it at trcy lented by women is that at theefulness, eualtno he antiqute statues, Northoserivr. Amost oeatiful emi tie4it may we seen here lin t five or six oclare in These rafternoon, water a rymphs vozenor two expert undwimer haer, on the bath to themselvesback, o t therouhse women quave gymnaures which, in symme the try oain, developnement and graceflnMaggie" bequal the antique statues, those stanar most of femit the swimmbeauty which arof, in a great measure, the tswime result of perfect health of mind and botry.o...

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 July 1877

.6LIBE3TAM ET NATALE 8OLUI." N9, 30. 1 r IlVILLE LA., SATURDAY, JULY 28, 18. WIIOLE NO. 446. -. .. ... . . ,- o c"." K ! (..,. I 4. n-prv'tlv : C. M. (C-inn k; i. Fran 'c , '(I - ) Kr', ;.1 ICIILA ND BEACON. ;H, -C*opI A Real Live Country Pral-r. Iublihed every satrtay Morning J-* *". _ "--"P ' Co T. J. MAIIOUi, ,-- Editor k Pablisker. Tertna of" bular.trepton: 'ne eopy. one v.ar ........ 1 00 Ece to- cbx iii..ithe .. u0 Ten eojt'a. in luht,., on. %ear, s .a'h .... 2 I. ingle oire. 10 A S.All aubisrlptiouq invariably in advance. TO No name entlrel ujn the list until the sob- slnuk acription is paid. en - - - Car 0 la1 Direc ry. meat JUDICIAL-FOL-KTTKENTII DISTiICIT t utrT: S. G. Pa.sons, ..... Judge; W. N. PorYT, * . l)i"trict Attorney n J. NEWT. PIrr, - .. Clerk' PAtUSE CeBT v E. C. MnsTunRT. - . . . Jndge. M. J. LInDeLL, District Attorney Protein PARISH OFWCICS : J. A. LIDDELL, . . . . Sheriff;t WILY P. MNGHAMn, - . . " " Recorder W. Toos. JoaDp., i'reident Polio Jury' J. W. Si...

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 July 1877

THE BEACON. RAYVILLE. : : LOUISIANA. ! CULBRKT PARAGBAPBS. TEE twenty-pound Emma mine shares have been sold in London at one shilling each. A Bor in Salem, Massachusett died last week from lockjaw, resulting from the filling of a tooth. CADer FLIPPrY, the clored graduate at West Point, stands sixty-third in a clms of dsixty-seve. And a white boy, the son of an eminent general, too, stands only second. Tan sreets in front of employment ofles in San Francisco are so obstructed with men seeking work that business firms lately petitioned the chief of police to keep a pasisge clear. Glxa. GOAxr will not be the first American to receive the freedom of the city of lindon in gold box. Mr. George Peabody received it for his ser vices to England. and to London par ticulrly. _ IT is reported in Landon that Sir Wil liam Veran-Harcourt, after the close of the seadun of parliament, will proceed to the United States to prepre the bigraphy of his father-in-law-the late John Lthrop Motley. " A room...

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 July 1877

A QrIETr NIGT. gent So sttU tbe starry ight. I almoIt fer son My mortal treed, les I Should put to ight A fahy that, for smeohlg of the year Hols court in tbis oNd wrdes by the might. The ewnrs are bemad awake; for seery truth JOU On this forsaken greus I eachastmeat dwells, Sb such a may breathless hold am au'rou. youth, Who seeks at dead e might for lover spells. pect With asnte, fearful heart 1 haumnted deli. I will not walk, bet dt upon this seat, her That I may e., amd hear, and seo elee make; In time ee by bow man getle at last. Stray hithrward to r for dear iove's mse rave, bright-eyed eutha, ad manay a gratle mwa Came, haply, heroe i June or sutuem cold, ides aving the aest ball by the pertal' shade To tll tale that even the. was el- is a Mow oft at this mat has the tale bhe told? YO The gro win thiagp It sea have eyes to see; not They softly shaae their lhead, but lLmake moa ; It mr be they are whpetring .m., And wmlooliag why I wmerd m ee sals. I a mt wattLe ang n; me. ......

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 July 1877

(!I- 1f.IAI. JOI+HNAI O- HIGHLAND. TROS. J. MANGHBA, - - - - Editor. ItAYVILIE ....LOUISIANA, Satutrday, July 28, 1817. irkV i 1 ..1.\' ' T!HI: E. 'h. . t *k e *l:a .h ,lvs. -,, l Ilay-- r im ,ie lity in.: lar.n nl;i hair's. l'i The L)Dunllt lo-ville. ('Ihi'f gives an atccoOllnt ti1 the icath of a chill Ifrnn swatllwinlg c.n-o ,.nltrat:li. lye. 'Whe re arc I1l:in, NMirton anld Phillips, that thely are Inot wn:vinl: the bloody shirt over tihe h.';.is of the strtkers? ----------*· - A ,reat In:lay of the. trroo~ seIInt to quell thei riots .C in sympathy with tihe strikers Hand reifuse to fire on them. The labor strikers, inll their Irenlzy, are pulr sing at sri.id-nal policy. in denstroying tihe pri.pe.ty if their emplotyers, ndl thusi render ie thenI un:able to pay tihe Wages they de miand.l. -- 0 e.." We learnl fron the 1ulnhlwonville Triune I)emnctrat that a negtro haid been lokdzed in tihln juil at thaI pInce, charged with outrsin, hins wn ninenyear-old chili, and that the chi...

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 July 1877

Agents of the Beacea. P,. wrt.L & t_,re-., t. /t. Louis .rM.. ale rair nuhrlrized A,r,7t.- to cwltract ft r adver- i .,aine tar the BEF. ua. . S. '1 PETTirnIt. & Co., 37 Park Row ,corner IKeekman !treet. Now York, are our a 1::Athr.rtn agtt t, fur N. Y. II. I'. HtLeRAas. Advertiain= Agent. New Haenat. Connl.. wall c:uLtrac.t for advertise RAYVILLE ... LOUISIANA, Saturday, July 28,1877. Local Brevltles P'enty of rain this week. No need for strikers here. Keep cool not drtlicult now. Take the RicuLAs~ EACUoI. The days are growing shorter. Th. weather is quite phetnant Plenty of work, but little money. Tlnes are still excee,'itigly dull. No local raew± afloat an these parts. Some cha:is anrd levers iu t!,i- parish. Fodder I alling as ina order ju-t now. Waterrnellons abundant in the market. No dangerous illness in the parish so far. Just cool enough to sleep sorial these nights. Mr. Herban has dscvered worms in his cotton. Yesterdlay morning was another one of your warm ones. W...

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 July 1877

DRIFTI G AWAY. unlim feed v BY sots a an. Year I Drifting away, drifting away, a ia r Baby i, iSaving oe every day - Where the briht glome w . life he Yea, oa the hour-rPok'I. a..d . d0l Baby, ml darlina, driuting away. the m iM wa y , darl driftin g way, at k :Every ight twineth a shad ls fair fr ov the ripples of rlusteltg hair; Baby, my darling, ia drUting away. a Sailing anot s wiagng- rgltte ay e All the tru etroe oiL r -4/S ear to t 25 eloat hack to weho apbe m myl hese; ees, on gte or-les, h or d y. cr ss Womdserful woerdsa can the darlitg lis my ; Waedu fetal t hes the the dee he Wtaderiul jourleyls a t y ti ble; Yesa, on the hoe-rilp de. dy chu m7, Baby. my iarinag i drifting away. po to tl AGRICULTURiAL. bu A loaf of wheat bead repeeet the be nces sry food of all animals and ll e plants without an exceptio; and some need be msrprised that over two thusa hir. di orent apecles of animals and pat i absist more or less on this cereal. Joint worms, emis and wheat Lsd , weevil ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 July 1877

TO CO RREPONNDENTS. All Communication s for this paper lnould be ac. Erflmni.Je by the -mnetbrthe-t,,or; iUnt mecemry for mshllcatln. but us eridence of ouod faith o' the prt fth writer Manuscript, should be written ,y* o" one side of the paper. ID p.rtwularly rare. fu in reward to yoar dates. and to bhavin all signa turs plainly written. "'ember am ohre Le. You watch its development with expectant soleitude-the choice, exquisitely-moulded bud whieh premises to unsold wish the per. feet flower. You perhaps think how it will adorn the drawingrom vase, sad anticipato the pleasure of showing it to your fower leving friends. But some morng you And its head drooping, its fragranae led, and as ugly spoe on one of the deliesely. tin It I the ot' "aker n the ." ow often the loathsome canker bghts the cherished "infant blossoms" In our household gardens-tlhes human buds which give earnest of a brilliant future. The noisome eanter, so ong concealed serofula-at length reve its dreaded psus eee...

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 July 1877

RICH IAND BEAUCON _ne qu s. 4 $ e o sTwn qa' I1 w. 1: m . I at * a Youe reU5...... I 1 a s 'ourn%naus..... s o t T wo tquars ....... I 1 s a St re Squarea....... y 7 -- 7-t lorsquare for...... s o ad U s or a " ub..tl .am or IS I e ob le s a ci equas. i, rb al oCrds, l Pa r5 mal" m t o anmou*s, Us".3a savane nt [From the Brandon Republican.] TELL ME. by 1s1s JoSePHINe TSriRT. Little flowerets blooming a At the peep of day, Little dew-melting 'Neath the sun's glad ray, Little oirdies singing 'i hrougu the lonely hours, it Little zephyrs playing it .Mad love's fairy bowers: Tell me, in your perfumes, Scattered far and near; Tell me, in each sparkling, Ttanlrtory tear; 1 Tell me, in each mails, Noon or vesper song; Tell me, in soft whispers, Murmuring along, if my love when sleeping Dreams sweet dreams of me; If my love when waking To life's my.ery, Peers from out the grantdest, Stateliest masat or prow Far o'er thought , vwat ocean Realm, as l do now. Looks beyond the billows Towarld...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 August 1877

"LIBERTAN ET NATALE NOL1'M[." VUOL 9, NO. 31. RAYVILLE, LA., SATtUR)AY, A.'GIST 4, 1877. WIlOLE No. 117. RICIIIAND BEACON. tL RIal Lever (,olntry l';lr. rr but Lahedl every 'aturlay Morning T. J. .-'.'i I , ... ditor & Pub':shcr. Terinn oc ',.hs.ctrijotun: (O Y:e C.1.v. e ,,·. I. . ... ..............$. 44 ,-ol. -." , . . Ii.:- ................. "t. 7111 "'t . . in ; ,, , ' ea .. . e- . OO C .il n.'.'h.' s .. ... ............... 10 S\ -uh.:crnipt; n:a invariably in advance. N. n...uie al.rre' I up'r the lIat uttil Ihe ,ub n.-ripltin is 3~si,1. Oceial Directery. JI'DICIt:.-FOURTEE\TI DISTRIhCT Cutt'RI: S G. I'PAsiss, " - " " Judge; W. N. l'urr4, - - D)istrict Atto,rnuy. J. Newr. l'Tr, . . - - - - - Clerk PARISH CURT : E. C. MosTGIERY. - - - Jn.e. M. J. LIDI)ELL, District Attorney I'rtrun; PARWIl oFFit(RS: J. A. LIDDELL, .- - - - Cherit; WILrF. P. MA.4AIAx, . -- Recorder. W. 'Tlu.,s. JOIRDA, Pri:ident Pnlice Jury' J. W. Silas, : : : : Punr Trre r. POLICs JURORS : Ward l-John Bis...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 August 1877

THE BEACON. Now, i RAYVILLE. : : LOUISIANA. A CUTRRENT PARAGRA pis. Warn a Carolins hail storm getas A started it kills horses, splinters shingles, A mshes fences and lays out every chicken. mcl in the country. Ta late Benjamin T. Tredick, of o>. Phidelphia, bequeathed $4,000 to A, rblic charities, not to be paid, however, until after the death of hi wife. Aa I - Aim Ms. and Ms. Jacob Tfts, of West- A boro, Masssetts, celebrated their olden wedding ast week, and am.es Ag the guest were the bridesmaid and x,.. groomema of the irst eremony. Tan Baltimore man who hanged him self beame his wie devoted so much of XC her tim to [iecoratig the grave of her inmt husband has his revenge. The' rIm woman has two graves to decorate now adastimetolook for third husband. I bra CASuIa and ndicriminnate fishing On is gradually reducing the supply of shell fish o the cuet of England, which draws from Norway about 600,000 lob mu stes a year, sad from France about 200,- mu 000. a Taf St. Lnls Globe...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 August 1877

IO U FOLKS,. irmed tIe rserse of the World s-Day. tocit Dom Pedro SeceT rans, by woeerth, Amoag the wiseat Har of earth; h nullng with a liberal head trou O'tr barui, well-favored lad. think Caod Albert froseo cetsee. Trea-Caaeala's manly hots of tea Tribuary from ahr ou Uat Aleauader are-hou Of the u.da mlghty Cuar. that b Prusdia's Klia estends his swav O'er a mihty realms tq.day. Frderelk Wiliam First is he, pomd EmpaOr of Germany. rtb Thi the eheme Caeet Bismarrk glusmed: One united Fatherland. tWie i Austria's Emperer still remailn "W YiEag wide Haearaine plim. O'er Vilau's arde gpar Feabs Joseph a baumaer ay. "T tln for their neati y.emnia lookia Peedl haw the swittswae sest. issetie erma. a t he r am fý ace a Oerthe bsf d winflm Te.n1 W New Hr er sg ralesh w ll. Abdul Iaml Othmem' ewred DOt Wmdds. m Turhber' pmmt m. A ams... rdler eeqre t u .. rolia Fltr Iemnam'e could teeal r i e rk h er P. _0> Stnd the Cates ethe1 b*- ar, i b the mines, h etdthe le; SdpLldamo d Yeah...

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

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OUF HICHLAND. i, e . -- -- - - -- anii TRHO. J. MAIGHAM, - .. . - Editor. ,;at Sran RAYVILLE. .. LOUISIANA, Saturday, August 4, 1877. ,la ........ act iHERE ."ND THERE. nr The ,trikcs are consilered almntct endedl. Smunucl Warrn', the English author, is dead. The telegraphic news is mostly confined to al the strikes. La Commodnre Swift, of the United States c Navy, is d(lead. an Filfy carpenters from New York and Brooklyn sailed for England last Tuesday gi One Julius Wilcox stabbed his step.daughter, th Ann Jane I)nlfy, in New Orleans last Sunday. A Madrid dispatch says that arrangements h.ave been made to borrow $'25,000,mJ4 for P the expelses of the next Cuban camnpaign. P Joseph's band of Indians are said to be moving about at will. Howard does not seem nm to he as well saited to tighting Indians as run- hI ning the freedman's bureau. to A woman made two attempts to jump over* leard otl ferry boats in New Orleans, last tI Sunday, and raised a cosniderable row be....

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 August 1877

A& a .r the B ,ea.. ROwCLL & t'af1;-H . St. lt. L..ut .W1,. ae our authorize.d A.r.it- to cuntract fur adver taing. fjr the BEAC,.a. S. M PrrrrtF;tIL & Co. 37 Park Row eorner RBekmau .tronet. New York, are our aulthcrizes aget,s for N. Y. H. P. HIlsIRD. Alvertlsing Agent, New Haven. Catan... will olluttract fr dverltie mellts ~,r tIthe BAeaN. RAYVIIE..... LOUISIANA, Saturday, August 4, 187. Le.al .revitTes. Thanks to Mrs. Clark Flr a basket of peacles There was a very pretty shower of rani o.n Wedaewday. Chess and checkers have been superceded by base ball. There is no serious illness about Rayville that we have heard of. The Richlandl BRe Iall Club has organized with complete outlit, with the excepltiaoa ofl Jint and Ltndages. Mr. Win. Hampton luhas Ist a certain paper, for which he oilers a reward. See advertise ment in another place. H. W. McLenmore, Jo-tice Peace 2nd ward, will hold regular terms or court the 2nd and 4th Saturdays in each month. Rev. L. C. Kellis...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 4 August 1877

Unlo Seth's Cooking latch. i Uncle Seth wag-was, Uncle Seth I He ,s was a character by himself. There was never anybody like him, and be was not like anybody. in He was an old bachelor, but he took care of so many poor widows and father- is less children that be esesed mere fatherly and husbandly than my papa, who had . only mamma, Bob and me. He was very rich. but he lived in such a plain hou, and wore such simple ec clothes, all out of fashion, that nobody w would ever have known how his gold was s piled up in the bank. i Uncle Seth was alway thinking; but s he never told his plansuntil he eurpriaed g Sallby something splenadid oe of us a bad ever dreamed of. He never wanted g any thanks; only he liked to it and a look at u, and rub his hands a he aw a bow we enjoyed it. h "They said" Uncle Seth was disap- p pointed when he was young. That he d loved a pretty, gay young girl, butbefore e askedher to marry him, hbe thought a he would go to o a seood time, and " mak his crown a poun...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
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