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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 July 1884

COVINGTON. JULY 12, 1884. , J. CAHIER, DEaLER IN Dry Goods. Groceries. Hardware Boots. Shoes, Hats, Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of Ready-Made Clothing. Highest price paid for cotton, hides, wool, and all kinds of country produce. J. E. Smith. H. H. Smith. C. L. Smith. J. E. SMITH & SONS. COVINGTON, LA.-DEALERS IN General Merchandise, Consisting of all the great staple articles, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. H.RDWARE AND CROCKERY, And indeed every article in demand as suited to this market. 'p The Highest Price paid for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ. (Agei,) Merchant. Receives continual supplies of well selected Dry Goods and choice Family Groceries, which will be sold at low fig ares. p'iCountry produce taken in ex change for goods, at market price. -rIn connection with the general mercantile business of this house, the proprietor has established a neat liAR 1o(0"-M, where he will keep tihe finest of Wines, Liquors, lager Beer, C'igars, etc. constantly on...

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. — 12 July 1884

1ISCEULLAIEOUS. --A careless farmer near Dublin, Ga., found a rat's rest in the matted hair of his horse's tail. The young rats were nearly half grown. -It is claimed that the Missouri Bo tanical Gardens near St. Louis have a complete collection of living specimens of all the plants mentioned in the Bible. -In illustration of the Seotchman's love of country the Duke of Buccleuch said: "I would rather die in a snow wreath on the braes of Yarrow than on the softest bed on the shores of the Mediterranean." -A flower has been discovered in South Ameriea which is only visible when the wind is blowing. The shrub belongs t the cactus family, and is about three feet high, with a crook at the top. giving it the appearance of a black hickory cane. When the wind blows a number of beautiful flowers protrude from little lumps on the stalk. -Thomas Edmundson, of Harvard, Neb., hearing that his brother was con lined in a Bu:~alo (N. Y.) insane asylum, immediately took the train for that city, to t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 July 1884

t. ammfnfag farmer. "The Blessings of overnment, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. G ENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JULY 19, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. 29. PESSIM IBM. "Is Ibe worth liring?-Well. to tell you true, It scarcely is, if ll men were like you." Britht-faced maiden, bright-souled maiden. What Is this that I must hear? Is thy beart with sorrow laden. Is thine eye dimmed with a tear! (Can it be that lips so sweetly Rounded to be kindly kissed, Could be twisted indisreetly To that vile word clrasi.ms? Not for thine own ills thou weepest; Softly feathered bs thy nest When thou wakest, when thou sleepeet Thou art fortuned with the best. Bnut thy esters and thy brothers Pierced with many a woeful smart, Ding children. wailng mothers. t thy mert-, and stab thy heart. In the country, in the city, Godless deeds, a loveless list Stir thy blood and move thy pity, And thou art a Prasismt. Stnrms and wars and tribulations, Fe...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 July 1884

$t. ?rammanj Earmar. COVINGTON. JULY 1.9, 1884. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY lirs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ Eorrno Olcial Jonal of St. Tamany Fuish, SCIUBSCRIP TION RATES One copy, one year............$2 001 One copy six months. ........... 1 (00 One copy three months........... 50 FOR PRESIDENT : STEPHEN GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : THOMAS ANDREWS HENDRICKS, OF INDIANA. See Mandeville election notice. The street cleaners are at work. Police Jury meets next Monday. Work on the telephone line is progressing. Four judicial sales at the Court house to-day. See advertisements. I tell you what - The weather's hot ! Prof. Curran, the talented New Orleans violinist, is staying at Claiborne Cottage. Gen. E. T. Lewis, Congressman from this district, arrived in Cov ington Thursday evening. Our suggestion to transfer the Town Hall fund to the Courthouse fund meets with general approval. Cholora and watermelons appear, About the same time of the year. Ou...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 July 1884

COVINGTON. JULY 19. 188. J. CAHIER. DEALER IN Dry Goods. Groceries, Hardware Boots. Shoes, Hats, Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of Ready-Made Clothing. Highest price paid for cotton, hides, wool, and all kinds of country produce. J. E. Smith. H. H. Smith. C. L. Smith. J. E. SMITH & SONS. Covusorog, La.-Dsar.a IN General Merchandise, Consisting of all the great staple articles, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. IIARD WARE A)D CROCKERYI And indeed every article in demandlis suited to this market. lThe Highest Price paid for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ. (Agesk,) Merchant. Receives continual supplies of well selected Dry Goods andl choice Family Groceries, which will be sold at low fig ures. p0-Country prodace taken in ex change for goods, at market price. pFin connection with the general mercantile business of this house, the proprietor has established a neat BAlt ItO M, where he will keep the finest of Wines, Liquors. lager Beer, Cigars, etc. constantly on hand,...

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 July 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. -As Jay Gould's income is estimated to -be $9 a minute, a statistician says that he lost $135 by the change from solar to standard time. -A society has been formed in Hart ford, Conn., to provide harmless amuse ments for young men. It is known as the Union Recreative Company, and has a capital of $1lotOt in twenty-five dollar shares. It will charge forlunches, tobacco and billiards, but will have no intoxicating liquors or gambling. -The organ of the bachelors is wor ried to find out why a woman will spend six weeks putting scallops on her dress that nobody but her-elf will ever get a glimpse of, and then run about the neighbo hood in an old dirty wrapper without any belt, and every other but ton bur.t off.-Fr.,ion, (Neb.) Herald. -During her latest visit to America. Patti pitced a "crazy quilt," six feet square, composed entirely of bits of plush and velvet, of which no two were alike in color, and not one larger than one of her hands. She took it home with her, "to ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 July 1884

Srn.nniiung 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 1PARISH1 , LA., JULY 26, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. 30. CHANGED AROUND. are you here, my little lad?"' sid a man in a bustling town. am selling papers, sir,"'twas sail, "And my name is Jamie Brown." do you live, my little lad, With your locks so crisply curie i?" have no home"-the voice was sad "Excepting the wide, wide world." ave you no friends by blood allied. No mother, kin I and trur?" o mother or friends." the child replied. With his hazel eyes adew. here do you sleep, my little lad. When your papers are not s.,ld?" In nooks and corner, wiherever I can. I enddle up from the cold." ver It happens you earn no dinner. What do you do for bread'" live in hopes of better times, And go without," he said. What is your age? my little lad. You look like a boy of mine. ho went on a journey past the stars." Said the urchin, "I ...

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 July 1884

COVINGTON. JULY 26, 188-L ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ EIToR Olcial Joml of St Tmmany Pariash FOR PRESIDENT: STEPHEN GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESTDENT : THOMAS ANDREWS HENDRICKS, OF INDIANA. Circuit Court meets next Mon day. A meeting of the Town Hall As sociation is called for Monday, the 4th of August. See notice. Mr. A. Thomson, of Sulphur I Springe Plantation, has Merino and Cotswold rams for sale or exchange. See notice. The first death from yellow fever this season occurred in New Or leans last Tuesday. We hope it will also be the last case. The posts for the telephone lineI have arrived, and the wires are hourly looked for. The office will be in charge of Mr. H. A. Mortee, at the New Camelia warehouse. NoTIcEc-The members of the Covington Base Ball Club are re quested to attend a practice game, to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock. . J. C. EvAss, Capt. Mr. Ji II. Allison, President of the Police Jury, is a...

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 July 1884

1. iammatnRt tfarmer. COVINGTON. JULY 26, 1884. J. CAHIER. DEALER IN Dry Goods. Groceries. Hardware Boots. Shoes, Hats. Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of Ready-Made ('lolhing. Highest price paid for cotton, hides, wool, and all kinds of country produce. J. E. Smith. H. II. Smith. C. L. Smith. J. E. SMITH & SONS. CoINOGroN, La..-iDEA.LERS IN General Merchandise, Consisting of all the great staple articles, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. IIARDLWA RE AND (Oc('KEI i'Y And indeed every article in demand as suited to this n arket. T~LThe Highest Price pail for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ, Merchant. Receives continual eutpli of v,,ll selected Dry toodti an I choinue FI' aily tGrocerie's, whi .h will ic .:old at lha ig ures. p.-C.untry Irlr,,iduce t.akni in ex ehange ftr gose, at- m.rkt rle. .,i-n counneti.:n with tl: general liercantile bu.siness of Ihis house, the proprietor has e-t..,:isiheil a neat liA;t ]tO 11, where Ite will keep thl' in,-s ,of Wines, Liqinor...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 July 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. -Base ball is taking the place of bull fighting in Cuba. -Two hundred thousand herring were landed at one haul. recently, on the Northeast River, Virginia. -It is the custom along the Ric Grande for Mexicans to cross the river and use the American post, thus saving money in corresponding with their own countrymen. -It is said that the people of this country consume patent medicines to the amount of $2).IO,O(,000 every year. That is four dollars to every man, woman and child in the land.- N. Y. Mail. --Here ii a recipe. given by Frank lin over a hundred years ago, in regara to better times: "So what signilies wishing and hoping for better times: We may make these times better if we better ourselves." -A boy in North Easton, who is too lazy to wind up his Connecticut watch in the usual way, puts the stem on the bannister and rolls it along as he goes up-stairs to bed. When he reaches the top of the stairs the watch is wound up. -Hartford Post. -At a Chattanooga (Tenn.) ...

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

Samnnxmmau farmer. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. 0. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 2, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. 31. n. •. nECTZ L ndt r ul~t n n nnnm IlUU_ l. .. .. . . .. . . AN EMPTY NEST. While looking through the window at a tree in blossoms drest, [ saw among the branches an old and empty nest. I remembered when I saw it, how ina by-gone spring Four tiny blackbirds lived in it beneath their mother's wing. Once more the blossoms, pink and white, adorn the little prong That holds the nest: but where is that fond mother and her song? Where arethe tiny birdlings that ventured o'er the rim Of that serene andeozy nest, to hop along the limb? Where Where- Where--- O, where- I know there is an Idol here that might ten dollars bring, But as I oaa not quite see my way clearly myself, any other congenital idiot who wants to undertake the Job may ap propriate the Whole infernal thing -N. Y....

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. — 2 August 1884

f. ammaa n unsmrx. OOVINGTON. AUGUST 2, 188L ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY DMrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ EDITOR Official Jomi of St. Tamy Parish, SUBSCRIPTION BA TES One copy, one year..............S2 00) One copy six months. ........... 1 00 One copy three months .......... 50 FOR PRESIDENT : STEPHEN GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : THOMAS ANDREWS HENDRICKS, OF INDIANA. We learn there are five candi dates in the field for Mayor of Man deville. The telephone line is completed, and the instruments will arrive next Monday. "The Motherless Babe" is crowd ed out this week. We will try to make room for it next week. Miss Lorena Warren and Miss Mary Abney left for Poplarville, Miss., this week, to attend school. Victor Eloi, (white,) and Ken *drick Helland, (colored,) were hang in New Orleans, on Friday of last week, for murdering their wiv8s. RELIoIOUS NOTIC.L-Rev. H. R. Singleton will preach in the Metho dist Church to-morrow morning, at 11 o'clock. ...

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. — 2 August 1884

t. FammlUanu armer. COVINGTON. AUGUST 2, 1881. J. CAHIER, DELLER IN Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware Boots, Shoes, Hats. Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of Readv-M1ade Cletloing. Highest price paid for cotton, lidls, wool, and all kinds of country prnluee. J. E. Smith. H. H. Smith. C. L. Smith. J. E. SMITH & SONS. COvINGTON, LJ.-- )EAI.ERns IN General Merchandise, Consisting of :allthe grcat staple articlcs, DRY GOODS AND GIROCElIIES. IIAlRD)ifRE .IAND ('lw'KEIIV, And inleed every arti.le in demand as suited to this iumrket. -ri-'he Highest Price pail for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ, Morchant. Receives continual sulppli,-s of well selected iry Groos .an.i choice l'.5uily Groceries, which will le sold at low tig iCouutry pr.,a Lce tak n in ex change for goods, at market price. fr In connection iithia t'e genr.al mercantile business of this i,lause, the lroprieator has estaidihe 1 a n,.at I;~AR Hl) aI, where h1, will keia, thl. linuc-t of Wines, Liunors, L...

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. — 2 August 1884

Caged by a Cat. "I guess that rat didn't like the way he was treated," said Mr. Hiram I Thomas, a Charlestown provision i dealer, referring to an orphan rat which I his charitably disposed cat had adopted into her family, and which ungrate fully deserted the foster mother who had so kindly taken it in "out of the I wet." ' A few weeks since the cat, a Maltese, which makes her home in Mr. Thomas' office, had two wee kittens. Evidently ashamed or dissatisied at having so small a family, an3 feeling ;that she could very easily manage and care for a larger one, she began searching for some little wanderers who needed the kindly attention of a mother. Not finding one of her own species, and happening to discover a half-grown rat whose folorn condition wrought upon her sympathy, she promptly gathered him in and installed him in her little family. On the following morning Mr. Thomas found the cat quietly snoozing in her accustomed place in the office, with her two kittens and their foster ...

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. — 9 August 1884

"The Blesings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 9. 1884. VOL. X.-N. 32. NOW MY DEAR WIFE. t married you, wife. In the spring of life, We have fought the worlu together; bometimes it was all an up-hill road. And gloomy, etarmy weather. Dear wife, Gloomy and stormy weather. But ever your hand in mine I found, With sweet and strong endeavor; A step at a time. a step at a time. But onward, onward ever, Dear wife, 'Twas onward, onward ever. So in the prime of my life I stood With wealth and an upright name: And felt I could grasp with a worthy hand The blessings of power and fame, Dear wife, The blessings of power and fame. And now when I gather the fruits of life. And stand where I longed to stand. I never forget a moment, dear. What you were to my heart and hand. Sweet wife, To my head, and heart, and hand. You never failed me at any time. Then how could I be untr...

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 August 1884

At. _amuman 'actaecr. COVINGTON. AUGUST 9, 1884. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........EDITOR O ,i1 Jn d St amny ui SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year ..............$2 00 One copy six months. ........... 1 00 One copy three months .......... 50 National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT : TEPHEN GOROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : THOMAS ANDREWS HENDRICKS, OF INDIANA. CALL FOR A MEETING. bovington, La., Aug. 8, 1884. The members of the Democratic Parish Executive Committee are hereby requested to meet at the Courthouse, in Covington, on Mon day, Aug. 11. 1884, at 12 o'clock x., for the purpose of calling an elec tion in each and every ward of this parish, to elect delegates to a Par ish Convention, to be held at the Courthouse on the 3d of September next, to select delegates to repre sent this parish in the Congression al Convention, to be held at Baton Rouge on the 190th day of Septem ber next W. C. WARREN, President. W. B. C...

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 August 1884

- - -- • m OOVINGTON. AUGUST 9, 8Iss J. CAHIER, DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware Boots. Shoes, Hats, Caps,'Etc. COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a lull line of .Ready-Made Clothing. Highest price paid for cotton, hides, wool, and all kinds of country produce. J. E. Smith. IL H. Smith. C. L. Smith. J. E. SMITH & SONS. Co.'.IGToS, LA.-DE.ALLES IN General Merchandise, Consisting of all the great staple articlts, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. HARDWARE A.1D CROCKERY, And indeed every article in demand as suited to this market. . l-T~he Ilighest Price paid for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ. (AgoJ,) Merchant. Receives continual supplies of well selected Dry Goods and choie F.ainily Groceries, which will ie sold at low tig ures. r-0Country produce taken in ex change for goods, at m:arkct price. -ITn connection with the general mercantile lbuiness of this house, the proprietor has establishe.l a neat 1:AII -1O i M, where he will keep th." lin.st of Wines, Liquors, Lager l:eer, ('ig.r...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 August 1884

THE STAGE-DRBIVEWS .TO Y. Bow General Scot's Life Was Sll Mad How HiL Driver Twien Eieaped f Death. The traveler of the present day, as be is hurried along by the lightning express, an Its buffet cars and palace sleepers, seldom reverts in thought to the time when the stage coach and packet were the only means of communication between distant points. It is rare that one of the real old time stage drivers is met with now-a-days and when the writer recently ran across Fayette Haskell, of Lockport, N. Y., he felt like a bibliographer over the discover" of some rare volume of "forgotten lore. Mr. Haskell, although one of the pioneers in stage driving (he formerly ran from Lewiston to Niagara alls and Buffalo) is hale and hearty and bids fair to live for many years. The strange stories of his early adventures would fll a volume. At one time when going down a mountain near Lewiston with no less a personage than General Scott as a passenger, the brakes gave way and the coach came on the he...

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 August 1884

it. namman.u armer. "The Blesing. of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Deocend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 16, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. 33. | uto glm nu | • n umm n i |alm m umu I A MICHIGAN WRRCR Stir up the are .ansmake it bright, You want. my lads, a story true; I took a cruise one Summer night on Michigan's waters blue. the wind was fair upon the lake. The moon lit up the cheery deck, When up the Captain prang and spake: 'Bring tothe ship! A wreck a wreck!" "Let down the life-boats, heerties, all! Work with a will!" the Captain said. "Ho! Ship apoy!" rang out his call; The wreck was silent as the dead. All eyes werestrained across the wave, The mastless hulk was drawing near, No voice from out that floating grave, The Captain's cheek was pale with fear It rose between us and the sky. Its gunwale blotted out the stars, Across our bow it floated by. It barely grazed the boom and spars. "Keep her in sight...

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 August 1884

St. aflWaI~3 armnr. COVINGTON. AUGUST 16, 1884. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ EDrros al Jounml of St Tammany ,rib SUSa.lRfPTION RA TES { One copy, one year............$2 00 One'eopy tt months:.......... 1 00 One copy three months .......... 50 National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT : STEPHEN GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : THOMAS ANDREWS HENDRICKS, OF INDINA. Quarterly meeting is now being held at the Methodist Church, in Covington. Old Landing, Friday morning, New Camelia: "Oh, such parting' gives me pain!" Covington has a cash balance in the treasury of $233 42, and no debts. See Councit proceedings. Mr. J. T. Munsch, of Live Oak Place, presented us with some fine Herbemont grapes, last Sunday. Many thanks. ie Abita and Ponchatolowa bridges have been rebuilt, and the road from here to Maudeville is in fine condition. The game law for the protection of deer, turkey, quail, partridge or pheasant, will expire on th...

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