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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 January 1884

THE ;ST. TAMMANY FARMER. COVINGTON. JAN.19, 1884. THE COUNTRY EDITOR. Somebody has written up the country editor in about two col umus of small type for a New York paper.. The subject is not so un promising as it may at first appear. The country editor has a hard road I to travel. He is the reporter, book keeper, mechanical superintendent, business manager, collector, mail ing clerk and soliciting agent of the establishment. His.work is hard, his receipts small and his creditore numerous. In a small town an editor has to steer his course so as to avoid giving offense to different circles of society, the religious de nominations, the business commnu nity, and the rural population. If an influential old farimer wants a three column notice of his new barn, it must appear, or the editor may lose a hundred subscribers. Patch work quilts, big beets and phelnomn enal eggs also clamor !or space ini the columns of the country paper. In the courst of time the rural scribe becomes either j.eos...

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. — 19 January 1884

Clever Strategies. One of the most ingenious methods of obtaining money without asking for it al was that adopted by Queen Elizabeth's si famous Ambassador, Dr. Dale. On one g occasion, when dispatching letters to the Secretary of State, he artfully sent ti one addressed inside to "his dear kate" " in a cover addressed to "Her Most Ex- p cellent Majesty." The astonishment of the Queen when she opened the p missive and found herself addressed in the most endearing terms, "my deared, v my loved; petted and sweethearted," t can well be imagined. But when she a read the passaole where she was made p acquainted wits the state of his health and the emptiness of his purse, she fell 3 at once into the trap, and, with unusual f liberality, relieved his necessities. An- t other good story is told of the way in c which the same party got pecmiary v help fr m his royal mistress. Prior to I his departure for Flanders on State I business he had an audience of the Queen, when he was informed that ...

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. — 26 January 1884

t a mmuag farmer. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." - W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISII, LA., JANUARY 26, 1884. VOL. 10.-NO. 4. A SAD VIEWV OF LTE. Itkew a man and knew his wife: Great, learning had they iro: %b e achoals; Yet candor forc;es Ime to say They were a pair of -. They had a son who earil drank From hard Experience&a poi l. 'Who knew much Imore than older folks, And also was a -. These parents l)umglt this boy a run, With litt"l bullets, hard and cool. Ulsmn the gunt was weettly carved, "To oEir beloved -." Our grave old fogy shook his head And thlretby ga.ined munch ridicule The boy went hunting with a friend, Another precious -. Two walked away, and one ran back. Says he: '"That gun was .very cru'l." The star thied I.iathlmrs shrieked and cried: W" Where is the other -t' Last night I viewed a marble slab, All graven with a practic(ed tood, And readl theren thee stony words: ...

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. — 26 January 1884

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ EnDrro ard Business Manager. Umia ind a aTny hlul SUBSCRIPTION BATB8 One copy, one year ............. 00 One copy six months. ......... 100 One copy three months.......... 50 Cevhietem, Jam. 26. 1884. Democratio State licket. For Governor: SAMUEL D. McENERY, Of Ou.ahita. For Lieutenant Governor: CLAY KNOBLOCK, Of Lafourcha For Treasurer: E. A. BURKE, Of Orleans. For Attorney General; M. J. CUNNINGHAM, Of Natchitoches. For Seoretary of tate: OSCAR ARROYO. Of Plaquemines. For Auditor: O. B. STEELE, Of Union. For Superintendent Public Eduaeation: WARREN EASTON, OfOrleans. NOTICE TO CANDIDATES. The following rates will be charged for announcing candidates. The I cash must accompany the announce- i ment in every instance: I For Senator... ....... $15 00 1 For Representative... ... 10 00 For rDistrict Offices ..... 10 00 I For Parochial Offices. . 10 00 For Ward Offices... ... 2 50 I After a day or two o'"plain ...

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. — 26 January 1884

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER. COVINGTON. JAN. 26, 1884. NEW YEAR. [By Ella Wheeler.] Toll hells for the year that has perish ed Ring chimes for the year that is born Farewell to a day that we cherished All hail to a happy new morn ! Lay a cross on the day of lost pleasures; Bring a crown for the better new times; And sing, to the surge of old. measures, A sweet-stirring song of new rhymes ! Dig graves for old follies and errors- Itear thrones fur 1 ruth's precepts above; We are lone with old gods and their terror., And we worship the one God of Love ! Slide bolts and turn keys on the portal That shuts back intol,~rant strife: Swing wider the doors to. immortal And beautiful precepts of life! Then ring out old wrongs that are ban ished, And ring in new truths that appear: And speak well of the day that has van ished. Since itled to the day that is here ! HOW IT PAYS TO TAKE A NEWSPAPER. Some papers are not of much ac count its to ;)appearanuce, bLit I never took one that dili not pay me,- ...

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. — 26 January 1884

FOREGEIGN GOSSL 1 - Cows are still used to drag the plow in Central Germany. -There are 2,700 births on an aver ago each week in the city of London. -Roast elephant is a sacred dish in Thnquin and Anam, as are also bird's neat pies, made of esculent swallows with a plate of insects. -A paper recently read before the Glasgow Sanitary Congress attributed nearly all the ill-health of women in the Scotch weaving disiricts to the abuse of tea. -O'Connell told a story of an usher in an Irish court one day being anxious to thin the courts, and who called out: "All ye blackguards that isn't lawyers, quit the court." -A well-known actress in Vienna. Mathilde Singer, has hit upon a brilliant idea, which even the versatile Sarah Bernhardt has not yet tried. She has olpned an oyster bar, over which she presides herself, with the result that the Austrian beaux flock in crowds to do hlonmage at her shrine, consume her delicacies and bring their golden ducats to her coffers. -Japanese "'tsunoki," ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 2 February 1884

ยบ COVINGTON. FEBR 2. 1881. Writteri or the PFamx.] LOVE Of all the passions in the world, love is aot only the ammost tyranniical, and taksm the deepest Ihohl, bat is also the speediest in its tra..fol-. mation ahd in its clhatg.,e aof the sceUeryaronulld In- Jilly, tIlS C.li''ry envirouintg tile heart. That love is the grmtit sweetenler of xiste.i(c e the active anld stir rinig I1 i""cillI', the, spring that sets everythiing in Ito tiona, the vivid awakener. -x_;,iileint and rej seuntative of all thel In:+s:, most slhcate nmild illttiest aiiamve ments i6 our slir.tual tnat lire-- Iho, could d4mny? But it mu'lt dlifil'r iil all Win . te; time Insltefill cah l'.t l111 with Li; Liot delicate, \ jithl db- cacy; (ieL tlervenLt tlidi e:ger,. w:itlh high, isjpellanmt wtremagthi ,lml L.h1ur.1 ing cohipletesess mid abtl.atdoi ment Thlyere is love wh-i.-h, n,,.ce ar'useId--etl-led to the sus f(ace from. its temuder fullutamiml, anld tliiiilg Iup out of its placld depltlis- becotlllm t lik*ll...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 2 February 1884

StL 1aaa u anrwtr. Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietrees W. G. KENTZEL........ Earro S&d Business Manager Ai lanwd n hany l ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUI:SCRIPTION I:A TES Oae copy, one year... ........$2 00 One copy Nix months. ........... 1 00 O)e copy tlnree mouths .......... Fi) Covigeton, Feb. 2. 1834. Democratic State Ticket. For Govertnr: 8AlIUEl. D. McKS EaY. Of Unachita. For Lientenant Governor: ,LAY K.tfIO.;K, Of Lafonrche For Trea.nrnr: E. A. IBUtKE, Of Orleans. For Attorney General; M. J. (:UNNINIH 11., Of Natchiteches For Secretary of state: Ot.:At ArROYO, 9f Plaqnueines. For Anditnr: O. It. Sl 'EI., Of Union. For Superintendent Public Education: WAIRREY EtSt'ON, Of Orleatas. Announcements. vOl m Nil E:ItIFF. We are authorize I to announce MIR DAVID TALLY as an In lepen.dent (Cn.lidate for the office of Sheriff of .t. l'amanay parisha. at the ensuing election. to be held or Tuesday. April 22 I. 18i4. NOTICE TO CANDIDATES. The following rates will be chatrsed for raniotuIing ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 February 1884

"The Bleasings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Binh and the Poor." KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., FEBRUARY 9, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. 6. T~E'\ 'SON .MADE A BARON. saron Alfred Verede Vere. Of me you win no new renown; Tou thought to dare the country-folk And cockneys when you came to town. See Wordsworth, Shelley, Cowper. Burns, Sitbhdsrw in scorn and sit retired! The last ( f some six hun.ir-dl Earls Is not a place to be desired Baron Alfred Vere de Vere, We thought you proud to bear your name; Y',ur pride is yet no mate forours, Sh proud to think a title fame. iU- hail the o-nhlo--not the lord; We love the poet's triuer charms; Ssbade singer lith his dreams IA worth a hundred coarts-of-arm& Bmron Alfred Vere de Vere. si F'you march I hear you say: ".l4. h owf ye luower middle class!" i. hll the burnen of your lay. "o hehld you first withmout a Ieerr And princely by our noble wi.rds The .enior Wrangler of our bards Is now ...

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. — 9 February 1884

Mrs. . . KENTZEt Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ Enrro &Ad Busimess Mamaser. ds1Jemajitc, TitTlg if. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BUBSCRIPTION RA TES On, copy, one year.... .......... 00 One copy six months. -...... 1 00 One copy three months........... 50 CeVia.te., Feb. 9, 1884. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor: SAMUEL D. McENERY, Of Ouachata. For Lieutenant Governor: CLAY KNOBLOUK, Of Lafourche. For Treasurer: E. A. BURKE, Of Orleans. For Attorney General; M. J. CUNNINGHAM, Of hatchitoches. For Secretary of State: OSC-AR ARIROYO, Of Plaquemines. For Auditor: O. HIt. STEILE. Of Union. e For Superintendent Public Education: WARREN EASON, Of Orleans. e ______________ Announcements. FOR SHE1RIFF. We are authorize-l to announce Ma. DAVID TALLY as an Indepenlent Candidate for the office of Sheriff of St. Tammany parish. at the ensuing election, to be held on Tuesday, April 22.1. 1884. There will be a judicial sale at the Courthouse, to-day, in the onc eession of the late Mrs. Mar...

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. — 9 February 1884

COVINOTON. FEB. 9, 1884 IMPORTANT NOTICE. The members of the Democratic Parish Executive Committee are hereb3 notified that a meeting of said Committee will be held at the Courthouse, in Covington, on MONDAY, FEB. 18, 1884, for the purpose of organizing for the campaign, and to arrange for holding the Parish Nominating Convention. The following named gentlemen compose the Parish Executive Committee: First Ward, R. Galatas; Second Ward, Milton Burns; Third Ward, W. C. Warren; Fourth Ward, Alphonse Dupre; Fifth Ward, W. E. Parker; Sixth Ward, John Parker; Seventh Ward, C. Aubry; Eighth Ward, John Fen ton; Ninth Ward, A. Cousin; Tenth Ward, R. A. Orr. W. C. WAREwm, President. W. G. KElrZEL, Secretary. MARDI GRAS EXCURSION. THE STEAMER NEW CAMELIA Will leave Old Landing cn MoxDAY, Feb. 25, at 7 A. n., for New Orleans. Returning, will leave aew Orleans on Wednesday, on arrival of the 8 A, n. train. Enabling excursionists to witness the processions on Monday and Tuesday. Fare for Round Tr...

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. — 9 February 1884

NISCELLAlIEOUS. S-ooba, Miss., boasts of an ox seen on her streets with two perfectly formed tails. -The northern parts of Minnesota and Dakota are filling up with Canadians who started out to settle in Manitoba, but after arriving there repented.-St. Paul Press. -The State Government pays $200 apiece for Apache scalps in Arizona, and a sharp Yankee was arrested the other day for selling counterfeit scalps to hunters. The spurious articles were made in Massachusetts and were read ily calculated to deceive. All was per fect even to the blood stains.-Chicago Inter Ocean. -Lieutenant Wissmaan, the African traveler, who, like Stanley, walked across the Dark Continent, has left Hamburg again on another three-years' tour of exploration in the Congo region. He has undertaken to furnish the Royal Museum in Berlin with all the natural specimens which he may collect during his travels. -An anxious father in Fort Gaines, Ga., who was desirous of hearing the conversation between his daughter an...

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. — 16 February 1884

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISII, LA., FEBRUARY 16, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. THE LAND OF THE AFTERXOOO "In the afternoon they came onto a land In wnhich it Seemed always afternoon." --The Lohta Eaters. An old masn sits in his .-rden-chair. Watbching the sunlit Wes tern aky. at s-., s he in the blu.. ldelhs there. hltv re only the Ises f Memory li,? 'ere are priOce y towels anld ca-tles hibh. 1 hr are gawrdens fairer than human ken, Th. c are haiupy chJildren I thronlin by, Radliant Wurlunn and stately llten, Sitgirg with voices of sweet attune TIe s~nr of the Lanl of the Afternouon. 1he old man whtch"s a form of cloud 'rhat floats wher. the a'ure isla nds are, .? id hsess a home- 'ad i.ray an I loveJ, Atuhd a and that. hc'thns lnl afIr. Oh. cheek ait )4' and iairef go'd" Oh1, e-..t of i.eave:.'s divint-st blue! Lonn have ye laint in the gravetya.rl mold Hut ie is ...

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. — 16 February 1884

--= . COVINGTON. FEB. 16, 1884. Mrs. S V. KENTZFJL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ..... EDrro hmd Business Manager. adh Jurl of It hTinny aih ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SBUBSCRIP TION RATES One copy, one year.............. 2 00 One copy six months. ........... 1 )00 neo copy three months .......... 50 Democratic State Ticket. For Governor: SAMUEL. D. McENERY. Of Ouachata. For Lieutenant Governor: OLAY KNnIL.OKJ, Of Lafouroha For Treasurer: E. A. RBURKE, Of Orleans. For Attorney General; M. J. (:UNNINGHAM, Of Natchitoches. For Secretary of State: O"WAR ARROYO, Of Plaquemines. For Auditor: O. H. RTEELE, Of Union. For Stperintendent Publio Education: WARREK EA!tFON, Of Orleans. Announcements. FOl SHERIIF. We are authorize I to aunounoe Mla. DAVID TALLY as an Inlepenlent Candidate for the offce of Sheriff of St. Tammany parish, at the ensuinwg eleotion. to be hold on Tuesday, April 2t I. 1884. All licenses must be paid by the 31st of MI roll. The Police Jry and Parish Ex ecatove Comncittoo will...

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. — 16 February 1884

(X)VIN<~iUN. F rl1 16~4. IMPORTANT NOTICE. The members of tihe Democratic Parish Executive Committee are berebl notiiied that' a umet.ting of said Conlmmittee will tw held at the Courthouse, in Covington, on MONDAY, FEB. 18.1884, for the purpose of organimzuga fo, the citmpaigu, and to arrange for hchling the Parish NomUinaititti Convention. The following lmallllmd gentlet en conpose te :he 'rmis. Executive C olluuittee:- 'imst mWarml, R. Galatas; Second War ,. Milhton Burns; Third aN'rd, W. C. Warren: I Fourth War, Alphonse Duprs.: Fifth tVr,l, W. E la, ker; Stttl, WVarl. Jomhn P-trker; Sevrti: \Wardi C. Aulrvy; Eighth Want, John Fell tont; Nitla Ward, 1A. Cuwsiu; Tenth, Ward, It. A. Orr. W. C. \WAlttts, President. RW. G. KEI'T7Zlr., S.'cret:ary. lt~i A.,1 I iA I ION NOT'l'.-. Noti,.e& i " ih,.i,t givenl t-:at I will bi I at the fo,i.! t, tmnsI1 p,`.'s-;, on the dates ntm:lmI.:. f.r "I, l. rN..e"c of revisi:.g the r.egistr., ,,n i, oks , t it p. ri1 t, ti.. erasing tii, nii....

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. — 16 February 1884

Wbe t es.t To begin at the be'innng-a rs, Shether on wheat, oats, arley or any other cereal, is a parasitic plant of very simple structure, but rather complex habits. When we use the term "plant" in this connection it must be understood as having the same meaning as when it is applied to ordinary vegetation. Wheat rust is as much a plant as an oak tree is. The two stand well toward opposite extremes of the veo'etable kingdom, the first being small and simple in make-up, while the latter is large and wonderfully complex. More over, while the oak tree is possessed of green leaves which can gather food from the air, and roots which draw nourishment from the water and the earth, the rust-plant has none of these. Think of a microscopic oak tree with neither leaves nor roots; now that is the condition of the rust-plant. How then can such a plant get t!he food wherewith to grow? It does just what we might expect it to do. It steals its food from plants which have leaves and roots. It is a ...

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. — 23 February 1884

"_The Bleing of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. .ENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., FEBRUARY 23, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. 8. OPER THE WAY. Therei crape on the bell-knob over the way, An, my little ehildr.n they will not play. But stand looking out through the window. pane. Through thegrowingdust, and the misty rain: And their eyes are wet with the tear-drops' spray, Forthere's crape on the bell-knob over the Way. They do not know yet if it means that pain Is passed from the man who walked with a Or the bright little girl has gone to sleep With whom so often they have played "Do Or mother or father has gone to tray That crape on the bell-knob over the way. They only k-r.w this, there is something less In tn hobuse that was full of blithesomeness. 'Ihey know there is sorrow, and tears are shed By some that are living o'er some one dead; And they haven't a cheerful word to say While there's crape on the bell-knobo...

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. — 23 February 1884

o. Eammrnq gartar. '-COVINGTON. FEB. 23, 1884. Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. G KENTZEL........ EDITOR Ami Rusiness Manager. Ocial Jnml St Tamm anay ari ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year ............$2 00 One copy six months. ........... 1 (00 Oneoopy three months ........... 50 Democratic State Ticket. For Governor: SAMUEL D. McENERY, Of Ouachita. For Lieutenant Governor: CLAY KNOBLOCK, Of Lafourche. For Treasurer: E A. BURKE, Of Orleans. For Attoruey General; M. J. CUNNINGHAM, Of Natchitoches. For Secretary of State: OSCAR ARROYO, Of Plaquemines. For Auditor: O. B. STEELE, Of Union. For Superintendent Public Education: WARREN EASrON, Of Orleans. Announcements. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce JUDGE J. S. BOSSIER, as a candidate fur Representative from St. Tammany parish in the State Legis lature. Election, April 22, 188. FOR SH ERIFF. We are authorized to announce MR. DAVID TALLY as an Independent Candidate for the office of Sheri...

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. — 23 February 1884

t a mwq a n---upprtR____ rOFVICI A L.] Amendments to the Constitution of! the State of Louisiana. STrATE OF LOUISIANA, O(ncx or aTH SECRETArg or STATE. In pursuance of Art. 2.56 of the Cton stitution of the State of Louisiana. pub lication is hereby given to the Electors of I the State of the proposed amendments 1 to the Constitution of the State, con curred in by two-thirds of all the mem bers elected to each House of the Gen end Assembly of this State, at its regu lar session hell in the city oft laton Rouge in 1882, and which are r.qunired to be published in two newspapers pub lished in the pariah or Orleans, and in one paper in eacth other parish in the State in whlch a newepaper is publish ed. for three months preceding the next 1 election for Rvpres-ntatives, at which I time the said amendments shall be sub- , mitted to the Electors for their approval I or rejection; sai" amendments appear more fully in Aces Nos. 76. 113 and 12., of the regular session of the general As- i sem...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 February 1884

the salaries, territorial division fjurlis diction, the manner of executing iheir process, the lee bill, and proceedings which shall gevern them; they shall have authority to execute commissions, to take testimony, and shall receive there for such fees as may be allowed by law. The General Assembly may increase the number of city courts for said parish, not to . xceed eight in all. until other wise provided by law. .Ech of said courts shall have one clerk. to be elect ed for the term of four years by the lunalifie.l voters of the parish, who shall receive a salar% of twelve hundred dol lars perannum. and no more, and whose qudAificiutions, bond and duties shall be regulated by law." AMENDMENTS To ARTICLE 130 Of the Constitution of the State. Relative to the jurisdiction of the Civil District Ctourts of the Parish of Urlenns. Amendment No. 8. AnT. 13U. "Foi the Parish of Urleans the-e shall Le two District Courts and no more. One of said courts shall be known as 'The Civil District C...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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