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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 December 1883

"TiE ST. TA 11 A N Y FARMERl COVINGTON. DEC. 8., 1883. LOCAL ITEMS. Weather warm and wet. We learn that a large party start ed on a deer hunt yesterday. Hope it won't end with a "ducking." I Mr. J. Pechon is building an ad-i .dition to his store. Business must be improving with him. Glad to see it. Covington High School received I .eight new scholars last Monday. c We are glad to see this evidence of c .the growing popularity of that de- s serving institution. Capt. Francis Pippo, of the fa-l vorite schooner Pippo, opened hi: heart and a barrel of oysters last 't Monday, and presented us with a liberal supply of the bivalves. Many ; f thanks. l iOur popular young friend "DIt" i a Warren, who is at present engaged a in business at Alexand!ria, paid a flying visit to home and friends in d, Covington this week. it The mare t!at was advertised for ia sale, in the FA,.EU, latt Satnrday, th .was sold on Tuesday, the purchaser sn having seen a w answered the a,l- til vertisement. If you ha...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 December 1883

ISSUED EVI1itY X.i'fCilL A . C0Vi!NG'~ON DEýIltD.' b. 1S We pANDis:1 :.I:?:·si: F:71 i)JATIIh . Wicpd m~ t Ml ý iz .:u. I)r.c:. ., f-. 'uijust lie .. f It :i+ f aI lt 11tt ly sim 'iii ' (''A {B 2.!::L ·a!i ;d? ·i' -iiZ t1~ Li L . ii :tt .11:1 rate'. p; Lvso_. ,-.-x'11;-;, ý ý ,i.".;t I. " i·`:tii, , LAN 0- : Z INs his jol't<,_ i- a' .. . . · ý t` I 21a::y .S Co + ~ J). " ._ Lail, on-* t ~ IA i ~eI1'IJVI 'Yi U · i I)nTiTil. i....: ·. 10. " :·- .. · .·t 1...1 alt ; : ... .. :! "., .. - .: ;,,l:·- :; ··l: I;? · NotI1 1 - Jv. iugten.. 1, : ,: 7. CIi I. . I LAND OFFIE, Ni; , ' Notice 1:7 "e' 4' iing nam~e.t .';: :n" . I:. ;,. tlZrir 1'1it:Iii" . t 'Ii Clert ... i.. ton, 1.,ton 'I; 1 V i aL cattM L ci "Y. e.".:!·-!, w; :. _,: :r .tL LLI J jr',. HeL nem'. ._t ndella '4'i-r, j I(I. Wjha e. 1 s. 't" . .i. I:. Peri S:i1 il: J , .III ..··;!-. Ln E'.ldrth '·: '.'.. . ..ll tºi~ 78"} __. t1 . .. ..? l .7; .1 :r toWL'SUij) a. S'. i it) t ' iia iý 11 He u%:"« -,: i" ' . .!-g N1inf;° to prive ta ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 December 1883

the Rich and the Poor." VOL. . ER 15, 1883. NO, i.t~ PIIOF LssL S1AL CARDS, BOLIVAR º ARDI Attorne'y-& , . L AMITI: CUýý':.. `'" ' WVi.! ir t.i.: is the I+ .ir: ;c( of Tan~ i Ar r ft N'LI~i~ u11-AT- i4AWi~ I.. 11i 1, i s ~ 2, v1 t JONEP W A. REID. NrDrji:str I . CJSLtLuII-AT-LAs W CCOV[NIATOX,, TA. _ K. D. SAUNDERS, Attcraey-at-Law.· All b ~iut.s"+1 izzu u-d.I Itt)lijI , il Coai' :U U lI. "1) , ,i V~if'i.. t !1i t I u n j lit t I±"t 1 ":1: ., u iaI, e:in n,: +:fi v .:t. }i [izzi1 tl: . tir l iI, L· t V: t t :1 l'. C liaSi~l()(.i 1 (2oviuutonl , L1.a jab( F. A. GUYOL. JLr'ICE I VAL i'L L~-.TL. OrrxCz-COuith :e, tititituOf. ETOal DR. E. R. RAUNDORLP TenAi b lii' pr h tonar~le tIo iCe. tol n2Er Witll jpc ·.f l au 1 ,'tr."d ll yait ent dn surz.auautit11k n:Jiu"atrv.. i DR. B. B. WArRRZ~- . A graduate otn tU,, New Ocrleanz M'c.li-., cal. College, urs Ipior rte. Cnao ll r-o viCesto the ldllrI)llt. ('1'2acfl -ASt the Drug Store, in ('i in, La . DF. GA.JB~ 3G3AULT4 JUSTICE -w v~iL PLACE...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 December 1883

THE Sr. TAM3IANY FARMER Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........EDITOR And Business Manager. - - -- - --- ------ OAllial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUBSCRIPTION IRA TES o e copy, one year ..............2 00 One copy six months. ... .. 1 tO One copythre months ........... StI Covin*tore, Dec. 5,. 1883. FOR GOVIEflNOL: N. D. McENERY, OR- MIACIITA. S'NOTICE TO CANDIDATES. c Thie fo.loWienatg ra 11 hil Ie chae r for auntsgequring eialit.a '..s" Th,. .or ,Iiti l a-in l t pi lll t: * tlla6-,,. -Fo.r Ward OfI +le... . .. 2 SThe R'-eu..etuNlia National Co mnitteo mtt at Vashinghton City last WedneadsIay, and decided to hold the Republicein National Nomuuaut ing Coivenlion at Chicago, Ill., on Tuesday, June 3, 1884. The Democratic State Nominat ing Convention will assemble at Baton- Rouge next Tuesday, the 18th inst. Messrs. J. R. Hoemer, W. E. Parker and H. R. Warren are the delegates from this pariah. North Carolina will levy no tax next year...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 December 1883

THE IT. TAMIANY BARMIERI COVINGTON. DEC.15. 1883. LOCAL ITEMS. The ancti mn sale at Mrs. Vogel's, 'this week, was well attended. The avserage choolboy can tell exactly how many da;ys it will be fiom now till Christmans. The 26th of February next will be Mardi Gras. "Rex" ought to get up a procession for that occasion. We intended to suiy something in regard to the unusually mild win ter we are having, but its too late now. We hear it rumored that the sta dents of Covington High School will soon give one of their enter taining exhibitions. POETra.-We heard the following -poetical dialogue on Columbia street. last Monday, at noon: "Where's the tinuer?" "Gone to dinner !" Our merchants have all laid in a good supply of holiday goods, and can furnish anything in the way ofI sweetmeats, fancy groceries, toys, nicknacks, etc., as cheap as tlhe can be had in the city. Don't send to the city for anything you can buy here-and you can find any thing you want in our stores. - By all me:as h-t ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 December 1883

`rillE T. .TA:JxN, £AluJ..1 CO iXU 4,:.i J):c. 1J r Iss;:. #1. A V sti - `; :, s ct Hia:ll ,v:r O.!!A. C'. V LaND Or:-;zs~i, Nj'w!:s~ OiaT~, L., &eeout :it~tl a t 1 ac , in s:t;t. 5 cle~rk ofll~ c~!· 17 ! ..lr~: : :, L;., 011 Jaýrrtlr ' 1'' 1 'e Latin Or .,:Z, io ti). rrv, ;LiJ piri ~t. .i &cLl 5t C' lb UiBIn~LL, Regjs~ter. LAND OF~FICE ' Oi ZIS lA. \OVOIII&t r 20, ]lt8'3. Notice is lisr ', " U"icr t1:at the fittol- - ing ti U lt7"1 t-;it.r L. :i-c.! ."t i C) t, his i]ant :icn (' ii I c1 tit!l 1'rbatf int suppIort ot his ci5 '' ":. a nt tust 1 ;nal l plroofsil~l i o P.;1,i s L c j': il_ cor clerk of tile co"t i n L. La. . on j... ;,1tt"-..Lc 1 r \ n. I 4:oý. fJ~ " r -et" ::? .: o d," 0.,at!1 o tel u rtr o to t- to ii :hi t", '..o 1''?t ;, ý,~hit ':, 11" ) . s.! . 1.n , it~- to( t I 10 v a .571 r '_!. 1 r Giio..} nii~ 'U.' lit"" ' Vk.r,ts' tof ti~ Ta lisa V.'I "isU, La.U ~n 'ci LAND OFFI'CE, \_T ORLE YA-, L.7.. Notic e i s hereiby ni'n. ti!tt t het f tllo w ineel settler ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 December 1883

"T sge alssi of goverament, ike he Dews from Heaven, Should Deseend Alike upon thb Rich uad the Peor." VOL. 9. OCYINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. DECEMBER 22, 1883. NO. 51 PROFESSIONAL CABDS. BOLIVAR EDDWARDS, Attorney-at-Law, AMITE CITY .............. LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi paho,. Washington, Lt. Tammany, St. -lelens and Livingston. oc14 1y JOHN WADS WORTH, ATroa.EY AND CoUNSELO-ATT-LAW Franklinteon La. Will practice in the Eighteenth Judi cial Dtstrict, Will be found at the Clerk's oiiae, in Covington, La., from the 20th to the last of each calendar month. JO3SPH A. REID, ATrosNET Auo CoUsNsaxuoa-AT-LA COVINGTON, L E. D. SAUNDERS, Attorney-at-Law All busiuesM intrusted to him will meet with promptapd4 careful attention. Communications of whatever nature. in tended for him, can be left with Francis A. Gayol, collector, etc., Courthouse, .Covington, La. ja6 F. A. GUTOL., Ju'rcas or TUa PzAcs Onrros-Courthouse, Covingtop. La DR. E. R. RANDOLPH LaTr or Naw ORLEANS,...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 December 1883

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER Irs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL.........EDITOR &ud flusiness Manager. OfMcial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY S UBSCR IP 'IO BA TES One copy, one year.... ..........$2 00 Oae copy six months. ........... 1 00 Onecopy three imonths........... 5U Covington, Dec. 22. 1883. FOR GOVERNOR : .. D. IcENERY, ,. OF OUACHITA. NOTICE TO CANDIDATES. The following rates will be charged for announcing candidates. The cash must accompany the announce ment in every instance: For Senator........... $15 00 For Representative... ... 10 00 For IDistrict Offices ..... 10 00 For Parochial Offices ... 5 00 For Ward Offices... ... 2 50 The latest news from the State Convention is encouraging to the friends of Gov. McEnery. The committee on credentials were hard at work, but had not reported up to Wednesday night. The com mittee is composed of seven Ogden and seven McEnery men, and one appointed by the chairman of the convention. Everythin...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 December 1883

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER COVINGTON. DEC. 22, 1883. - i LOCAL ITEMS. Winter commenced yesterday. It was also the shortest day in the year. District Court, civil term, will convene in Covington next Friday, the 28th inst. Mr. E. E. Smith, a student of Centenary College, has arrived home for the holidays. The fruit cake crop is panning out nicely, and harvesting will com mence about next Tuesday. All moral, conscientious and dutiful qbildren have made up their I minds to be good from now till af- I .ter Christmas. Coeuc MExrLxG.-The regular monthl!y meeting of the Board of Alderm'n will be held at the Coun cil Hall this evening, at 5 o'clock. Only a few days remain in which ' to pay your taxes, without incur- t xing the penalty prescribed by law c for delinquents. See notice to tax- t payers, in another column. t Andrew Stewart, charged with f the murder of Daniel Ezell, in € Washington parish, has procured a change of venue, and the case will t be removed to this parish for ex amination...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 December 1883

S-----,, r - T'HE S3T. TAMM31ANY fARMER COVINGTON. DEC. 22, 1883. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. We publish Mearriage and Death No siees in the FanxP. fiee of charge. They must be written plainly, and sent in by six o'clock Friday evening. Con grstulatory remarks and obituaries will ses charged for at our regular advertising rates. MAsoxNc--Covington Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. M., meet at their sall, over W. C. Warren's store, the second Saturday in every month, at 7:30 e. x. Lan OFFICE, Nuw OLEAsL , La., ) November 25, 1888. Notice is hereby given that the follow $ng named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the judge or clerk of the court at Covington, La., on January 5, 18'31, viz: Hiram L. Crow, homestead entry No. 4655, for the south half of the southwest quarter of section 38, township 7, south range 13 east, St. Helena meridian. He names the followifig witnesses to prove his continuous residence ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 January 1884

st nammna farmer. "The Bleeings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. K. HENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JANUARY 5, 1884. VOL. 10. -N KdA2r2 j 1 KiSSB 7me Kate I said: "it's a taste Ur thim lips that I'd have, an' Indasd They belong to me now wid yereelf, An' so purty fur kisian' were made." But she answered an' tould me, wid eyes That no star in the sky could eclipse: -An' it's thre they belong to yersitf, Smrh ow 'ud ye kiss yet own lips 1" "Just as aisy," I cried, "as to spake, An' swater nor honey. The sun Is cowider by far." But she vowed The likes uv it couldn't be done. Thin I ofRred the same to restore Wid a s ti Jlst as thrue as the day; But she said: "I 'ud never take back What oqce I had given away." "An' I'll lind ye the loan uv 'em, dear" I replied: but wid Infnite scorn She axed. did I think that her lips Were made fur to rint or to pawn? Thin I sat jist as mute as a stone. An' niver a word d...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 January 1884

THE ST. TAM.MANY FARMER Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ EDrrR And Rusiness Manager. Oial Joaml w %t Tamuy iph , SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year.... ..........$2 00 One copy six months.. .......... 1 00 One copy three months........... 50 Cwving.aea, Jan. 5. 1IS1. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor: SAMUEI. 1. McK:NERY, Of Ouachtta. For T.ientenant Governor: CLAY K' FIfL.OuK, Of lafourcho For Treisnr-r: E. A. IIURtKE. Of Orleans. For Attorne,, General; II. J. c:UNNINGIHA3M, Of Natchitoches. For SecretLry of state: O.ScAR ARRLTOYO, Of Plaquenwines. For Auditnr: O. IR. .TEELE Of Unin. For Snperintendent Public Education: i wd.rIt EiSF ON, Of Orleans. See Police Jury proceedings. The cn.mauunic:ltion of "Espe rance" will alp,lear next week. The FARurn is 10 years old to-day, I and has been, eularged four columns. Thanks to Mr.. A. Pechon, the "old baker," for a fine dough-boy. District Court ailj-urned Thurs day. We will publieh the proceed- I ings next w...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 January 1884

,,,~- -:-- m THE 8T. TAMMAWr i MER o ,v I -oT . JN. #1..88. PROCEEDINGS -OF THE POLICE 'JURY -OF--. St. Tammany. Parish. Covington1 La., Dec. 28, 1883. The Police Jury met on the above date, pursuant to call of the Presi dent. Present-J. M. Allison, R. A. Orr, Chas. Aubry, P. Weleh, R. Galatas, W. E. Parker and W. B. Rogers. Absent-A. Cousin and M. Burns. The President announced that the meeting was called to consider the subject of making repairs.to the Courthouse. The following communication from Judge Jas. If. Thompson was then read: CorINGTos, LA, Dec. 28, 1883. To the Honorable President and mem bers of the Police Jury: Gentlemen-I have had a com petent mechanic examine the Court hadse of this parish, and he reports the same to be in a dangerous con ditioq. Such is the condition of the walls that any great weight upon the up per floors would be certain to cause the entire destruction of the build ing. It is very evident.that it would be wrong to expose the jurors and witnesses ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 January 1884

UISCEILLAlNEqU --A crank arrested in Pittsburgn claimed to be a son of President Gar field, stolen when seven months old. Pittsburgh Post. -Freckles, odd as it may seem, are fashionable in England, because the Princess Louise has them, and now they are produced artificially. -A "wish-bone" wedding is now the proper way to tie Hymen's rosy fetters. Ihe couple stand under a floral piece, shaped in the form of a wish-bone. Chiargo Herald. -A French lad employed in one of the mills in Lewiston, Me., wishing to have half a day off, cut the bigbelt and stopped 1,600 spindles until it could be repaired.-Boston Post. -Penny gambling games for chil dren have become so abundant in New York that the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children has thought it a duty to start at once on the work of bringing to justice the candy-men who provide these snares.-N. Y. Times. -A Connecticut man buried his wife Saturday, heard of an estimable widow in Brewsters. N. Y., on Sunday, came for her and took...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 January 1884

Zt ammuna farmer. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rioh and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JANUARY 12, 1884. VOL. 10.-NO. 2. II mnm u • mann • nmun n U l~lnnlnmun | ni . THE IIlL WMAID. A N5W 80NG TO AN OLD TUIE. Acroes the grass I see her pass: she comes with tripping pace A maid I now-and March winds blow Her hair across her face; With a hey, Dolly! ho, Dolly! Dolly shall be mine, Before the spray is white with May, Or blooms the eglantine. The March winds blow. I watch her go: Her eye is brown, and clear; Her cheek is brown, and soft as down (To those who see it near!.- With a hey, etc. What has she not that they have got The dames that walk in silk! If she undo her 'kerchief blue, Her neck is white as milk. With a hey, etc. Let those who will be proud and chilli For me, from June to June, My Dolly s words are sweet as curds Her laugh is like a tune With a hey, etc. Break, break to hear, ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 January 1884

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........EDITOR &nd Business Manager. Ocial Jomnral of St Tammny Parish, SUBS'CRIPTION RA TES One copy, one year ................2 00 One copy six umonths. .......... 1 (o i One copy three months........... 50 Cowinatone, Jaal. 12. 18S4. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor: SAIMUEL D. MEL-NERY, Of Ouachita. For Lieutenant Governor: CLAY KNOBLOCK, Of Lafourche For Treasurer: E. A. BURKE, Of Orleans. For Attorney General; M. J. CUNNINGHAM, Of Natchitochea. For Secretary of State: OSCAR ARROYO, Of Plaquemines. For Auditor: s O. B. STEELE, I Of Union. For Superintendent Public Education: 0 WARREN EASTON, c Of Orleans. s8 Mr. Chas. S. Pitcher wants to ze buy cows and heifers. See adver tisement. g - --'-- ---- Li Congressman Lewis has been st placed on two important commit- ad tees-Manufactures and Public cc Lands. s. Mr. Abadie, the "new baker," presented us with a fine large "Christmas cake" this week. Many thank...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 January 1884

THE ST. TAMMANY F'ARMER. COVINGTON. JAN. 12, 1884. A NOSE OF MANY COLORS. John R. Clark, Jr., of Missouri, who has been elected Chief Clerk of the Lower House of Congress, is particularly remarkable for his nose, which seems to be a cross be tween a boquet of bright-colored exotics and an Italian sunset, says the Chicago News. It is altogether the most phenomenal nose that has ever appeared in Washington, and this, it must be admitted, is saying a great deal. It has the character istics of the chameleon-not that it subsists upon air, but that, under varying eircumstances, it changes its hue. Sometimes it is a gorge ouns purple, reminding the beholder of those splendid robes worn by the Roman conquerors and wealthy nobles of the early Latin times; anon it is a fiery red, resembling the con flagration of a prairie haystack on a dark night; again we find it a sombre gvty or a sullen chrome yellow, while at certain periods it presents a pale, pinkish tint, with dark blue polka dots. On ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 January 1884

Mr. Jones Has an Evealag at Home. "Maria," said Mr. Jones as he sal and enjoyed an evening at home--be cauise he had no place else to go-"il seems to mn that on a suspicious ocea s on like this"--and he looked fondly at her--"as if Heaven and home were an nonymous terms." "Sin-onomous," corrected Mrs.Jones, taking several pins and a ball of twine out of her mouth and placing a patch on that part of Willie's pants where it would do the most good. "Jeptha, why don't you read aloud evenings, in stead of keeping all the good things to yourself?" "Is reading allowed?" asked Jones, Innocently. "I thought you preferred to talk?" "Well, I do," snapped Mrs. J., "when I have some y to talk to, which isn't very often." "I'll read," exclaimed Jones, hurri. edly reversing the book he held in his hand-'And itcame to pass'-" "Save that for Sunday," interrupted Mrs. Jones. "Read some sweet thing about home, or the friends; some poe try. I love to hear poetry, Jephtha," with a sly wink at nobody. Th...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 January 1884

a mmn &wimuag farmer. "The Blesaings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Bioh and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JANUARY 19, 1884. VOL. 10.-NO. 3. HARRY'S CHRISTMAS MESSAGE. Cuddling down on the sheep-skin rug. Fleecy and warm and white. Tlhree little happy children talk, Talk low in the warm fire-light. "It Is Christin:-s eve:" says Harry; "It is t'hristmnas-ere:" says Grace; Ti "i Kismas-eve:" lisps little Kate, Lifting her dimpled face. "And Santa Claus is coming to-night, Coming when we aie asleep; Anil mother "-ays he is sure to biring Just wh:it we want, to kee,." "T'lhen he will tiring me a go lden ring." "He'll tsring nme a doll, I know." Said Harry: "'.Ill ibring me a ship. With sails as white as snow." So the-v spoke of their coming Joys In the ruddy fire-light's glow. And Harry said. in a whisper: "n, woulltn't I like to know Where father is sailing to-night Father, away on the sea! )lother say...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 January 1884

THE ST. TIAMMAN! FAUMaR A Mrs- . V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTIEL ...... Earroa Amd RBsIness Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year ............. 00 One copy six months. ........... 1 00 One copy three months........... 50 Colsnotea, Jan. 19. 180. j, d- - nun mnu l I mn mnm u mnn no . Democratic State Ticket. ;et For Governor: the SAMUEL D. McENERY, of 3 Of Onaehita. east to tl For Lieutenant Governor: CLAY KNOBLOUK, con Of Lafourchea Thi. -that For Treasnrrr: nean E. A. BURKE, ity. Of Orleans. with For Attorney General; with IM. . CUNNINGHAM, diac Of Natchitoches. wit For Secretary of State: to Li OSCAR ARROYO, przi OfP Pauemines. pro For Auditor: we O. HI. RTEELE, Si Of Union. viz: L For Superintendent Public Education: law, WARRN EAON, over Of Orleans. ove Was We will say nothing about the """' weather this week, as our readers all ay know it was rainy, cold and veryv ld disagreeable, and continues so. Air The Republican State Central thei Committee has resolved to ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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