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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 November 1884

t. $rnnmiSa fatarnt. COVINGTON. NOV. 29. 1884. intere~t in one lot, in square 34, in the town of M.tnleiille, $3 10. Gaines Benj.. taxes 82, eighty acres of land and iwnprovemntnts on West Bayou Liberty, $9 39, Gaines Toussaint, taxes '83. two acres of land, portion of Blanc tract, at the head of l:ayou 'acquet, $6 41. Honmer Josephine, taxes '83, square 212, comprised between Marigy,. Le marque and Labarre streets, and lots 2, 3 and 4, in square 237, comprised be tween Lamarque, Destrahan and La barre streets, town of Mandeville. $8 25. Henderson Chas, taxes '83, 200 acres of land in the Jules A. Blanc tract, on Bayou Pacquet, 58 55. Jones Elizabeth, taxes '83, 160 acres of land on the east side of Bayou Lacombe, $754. Johnston Eliza, taxes of '83, 160 acres of land on Bayou Lacombe, $5 71. Kelly Owen, taxes of '83. northeast quarter of section 12, township eight, south of range 12 east. $7 24. Lott Martha, taxes '83, the south half of the northeast quarter of section one, township...

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. — 29 November 1884

•--- . ~ m m•!i •mmmnn COVINTON. NOV. 29.188. Mrs. 5. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ Erron ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUB8CRIPTION BA TES On. oopy, one year ..............$1 00 One copy six months. ......... 1 00 One opy three months........... 60 See rsadvertisement in the suao cession of Antoine and Catherine Dulion. Send to J. W. Platt & Co., Gro cers, New Orleans, for their new 28-page price list, and save money. See advertisement. Some one has said that the bone collar button has done more to re lease man from the tyranny of woman than all the philosophical works on humanity ever printed. The Police Jury, at its meeting last Tuesday, closed the contract with Mr. Wm. Arms, of New Or leans, for the building of the new Courthouse. See proceedings in another column. As a connecting link between the past and the present, an occasional straw hat is seen, but these will soon disappear before the march of time, unless the weather moderates in the next few days. Tax-paye...

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. — 29 November 1884

mISCELLANEOUt. -During the year 1883 London bad 974 hours of sunshine out of a possible 4,456, an average of 2.40 per day. -When Sarah Scheuer, of New York, eloped with Henry Friedman, the other day. she left behind her 110 dresses, many of which had neverbeen worn. This Is love's greatest sacrifice, indeed.-N. Y. Graphic. -At a recent funeral of a deceased free thinker at South Beach, Conn., the church was brilliantly illuminated, a scientific poem was read and the serv vices were conducted without a prayer or the mention of a Supreme Being.- Hart ford Post. -While the business of canal bosat navigation has been very largely over shadowed in this country by the intro duction of and developmentofrailroads,. it is still of sufficient importance to support a population estimated at 60,000, a number about equal to that of the persons engaged in our coasting trade. -There are over 12,000 men and boys employed all the year round in the North Sea fisheries, It is said they are rapidly bec...

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. — 6 December 1884

"The Blessings o Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARIISLH, LA., DECEMBER 6, 1884. VOL. X.- NO. 49. A litte rais The sun argain,. A shadow; A summer day, Some new-mown hay. A medow. A girlish face. A matchless grace. And beauty; We spend the day In making hay SSweet duty. Some fading flowers, Some happy hours. But fleeting. A week of rain. And then again A meeting. One qulek shy look, A rippling brook. some clover; A sky of gold. The story old, A lover. A fair sweet maid. A short word said; What is it It my ate And not too late To mnss it. The years have sons And still loves on That lover: He lowes always. As days and days Pass over. A lorv wife, A long,-long life Together. Have made him bless That shy sweet "Yes" Forever. .-.or C. Usher, fe Clambers' JTurnsl. AB EDITOR'S DREAM. syT scor WAY. [Bead by the author before the Peninsular Press Association during the literary exer eises ...

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. — 6 December 1884

COVINGTON. DEC. G. 1884. Mrs. S.V. KENTZEL, Proprietress e W. G. KENTZEL....... EDITOR DMal Jnml of St. mauwy Puih, ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY I SUBSCRI'PTION RATES t One copy, one year.... ........$..S 00 One copy six months. ........... 00 1 One copy three months........... 50 - I The work of demolishing the old Courthouse commenced this week. I Mr. J. M. Siiamons has removed E to the town of Tangipahos, in our neighboring parish. The oyster boat arrived last Wed nesday evening, and we dou't want to see any more oysters for a week. Read the "Editor's Dream," on the first page. The man "'from up the creek" is always welcome. He is the smartest one of the lot. We learn that an Indian, by the name of Jackson, killed his wife, . one night this week, oi Bayou Cas taing, by stabbing her to death with a knife. There is a dangerous looking hole near the middle of the bridge across the gutter to the left of the FAuxun office. Referred to the Committee on Improvements. Several of our merchants ....

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. — 6 December 1884

COVINGTON.DEC. 68, 1884. interest in one lot, in square 31, In the town of M tndeville. $5 i0. Gaines Benj.. taxes '82, ighty acres of land and improvements on West Bayou Liberty. $9 39, Gaines Toussaint, taxes 'd3. two acres of land, portion of Blanc tract, at the head of Bayou Pacquet, $5 41. losmer Josephine, taxes '83, square 262, comprised between Marigny. Le marque and Labarre streets, and lots 2, 3 and 4, in square 237, comprised be tween Lamarque, Destrahan and La barre streets, town of Mandeville, $8 25. Henderson Chas, taxes '83, 200 acres of land in the Jules A Blane tract, on ala ou Pacquet, $1 55. Jones Eliabeth, taxes '83, 160 acres of land on the east side of Bayou Laoombe, $7 5t Johnston Eliza, taxes of '83, 160 acree of land on Bayou Lacombe, $S 71. Kelly Owen, taxes of '83. northeast quarter of section 12, township eight, south of range 12 east. $7 2L Lott Martha, taxes '83, the south half of the northeast quarter of section one, township eight, south range eleven ...

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. — 6 December 1884

Profitable Diversleos. It is well that a man, a major portion of whose life must, from the actual necessities of living, be devoted to money-getting, should cultivate some specialty by way of diversion. It may be a scientitic pursuit, a study of some branch of art, an investigation of some agricultural subject, a following of some historical will-o'-the-wisp, or what not-only let it be a labor of love. The banker who devotes his odd hours to bee-keeping, the mechanic who takes up a line of philosophy, the mer chant who indulges a stock-breeding whim, the lawyer who delights in microscopy, the book-keeper with a fancy for aeronautics, or the broker with a passion for music-these are the men who do not become drudges. and who continually grow in moral stature. Such diversions are conducive to longevity, and give to life a zest that the possible rewards of commercial or professional or mechanical industry do not afford. And these diversions need not be followed as a purely recreaeative...

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. — 13 December 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., DECEMBER 13, 1884. VOL. X.- NO. 50. THE OLD REAPER. itlthe brownhaired and the blackh-.ald With ruddy faces aglow The old man stood in the harvest Seld, With a bead as white as snow. ".Lt me cut a shea, my boys," he said, "Befuore it is time to go." They put the sickle within his hand: ltebowed to the windy wheat; Pleasantly fell the golden ears. With the corn fowers at his feet. He lifted a handful, thoughtfully: It was ripe and full and sweet. '*any and many a sheaf." he said, "I have eot in the years gone past; Ant matn and many a sheaf these arms On the barvest wains have cast. But, ehildren dear. I am weary now, And I think this is-the last. "Let me rest awhile beneath the tree; For t like to watch you go. With tickles bright, through the ripe, full Aud to el the fresh wind blow." And they spread their working coats...

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. — 13 December 1884

mt. -&amang famaer. COVINGTON. DEC. 13. 1884. iMrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ Errou gdil Joral of S Ta ny Pah . ISSUED EVERY STURDAY SUBSCRIPTION RA TF.S One copy. one year .............S2 00 One enpy nix months. ............ 1 00 One copy three months .......... 50 The work of tearing down the old Courthouse will be finished in a few days. Mr. Zach. Strain has opened a store "over the river," near the red billn Mr. J. M. Abney has removed hie school to his residence, on the op posite side of the river. We learn that the members of the Methodist Sunday School will give an entertainment, this year, instead of a Christmas tree. Chief of Police Dulion snestaine a serious lose, last Tuesday, in tihe death of his fine horse, "Charlie," valued at $150. He died of pneu monia. A man can come to Covington, drive a stage three or four years, and then start a store. And yet it is claimed, by some, that there is no money in the stage business. The Fish Commission wil...

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. — 13 December 1884

COVINGTON DEC. 13. 1884. interlo t in ne lole in square 31, in the to"', o 1iftadeville, $5 i0. Gais:` 6enj . taxes'82 eighty acres of lanndn improvemnents on West Bayou Liberty, ) 39, Gaine Toussaint, taxes '83. two acres of land. portion of Blanc tract, at the head of liayou Pacquet, $6 41. Hosmer JOsephiue, taxes '3i, square 962, comprised between Marigny, he mnrque and Labarre streets, and lots 2. S3a 4, in square 237, comprised be twPen Lamarrque, Destrahan and La arre streets, town of Mandeville, $8 25. Henderson Chas, taxes '.3, 200 acres of land in the Jules A. Blanc tract, on Bi Jon P.acqnet, $9 55. ones Elusabeth, taxes '83, 160 acres of land on the east side of Bayou Lacombe, $754. Johnston Elixa, taxes of '83, 160 acres of land on tBayou Lacombe, $5 71. Kelly Owen, taxes of '813. northeast quarter of section 12, township eight, south of range 12 east, $7 2 4. Lott Martha. taxes '83, the south half of the northeast quarter of section one, township eight, south range eleve...

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. — 13 December 1884

NfISCELLANEOUS. -Tt may not be generally known that the disability law against Cathdlicsstill a e.ists in New Hampshire. No Cath- c olic can hold office in that State.-!-hi ca.lo S ccs. i1 - An electric light has been intro- c dliced into a lighthouseat the entrance to the outer harbor of Rio de Janeiro. t It is of 2.,HJ!0 candle power and is visi- u ble a distance of thirty-live miles. -The Glasgow Herald thinks that ift Americans would substitute oatmeal for pies and hot cakes they would be calmer, less lively, less speculative, t less bombastic, and happier. -The latest indgnity offered to the c memory of Carlyle is to credit him a with having invented the word a *'dude." In his journal on July 15, c 1,;i;, he wrote: "I seldom read any dud of a book, novel or the like, where the writing seems to flow along like talk. without a certain pain, a certain envy." -Birds in Sweden and Norway are better protected than in any other coun try. and the consequence is that they are tame and ....

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. — 20 December 1884

"Th .O Blaelaa ,.. of i, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, S PARISHI, LA.,, EIICEMBER 20, 1884. VOL. X.- NO. 51. THE MAUD OF THE PERIOD. Mand Parrenue one summer's day Went to the stable bright and gay. While standing by the open door The rich man passed in coach and four. He glanced at Maud with loving air Her father was a millionaire And Maud she gently moved her head, And to herself these few words said; "I'll not be by a rich man won: My pa can cover himn ten to one." Into the stable then walked she To hear sweet words from the coachee The coachman did not have much cash, But oh he was a lovely mash. Down they sat on a bhle of hay, And this is what Ilaud heard him say: "'Will you fly with me. my pretty miss, To a land that's farremote from this? "You know that time and time again, I've told my love in the shady lane. "When drivingt dar! ng, by your side I've often asked: 'W;ll you be my bride?" Then Maud made up her mind to slope...

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. — 20 December 1884

ft. mammnanu ,farnmr. COVINGTON. DE('. 2 40. l14 Mis. S. V. KLNTZEL, l'r,,,ri,.'v.t.s W. G. IiNT1 ZE-. ....... l'hr 05cal Joraml of St Ta: any Farii ISSUEI) EVEIRY f i'l.l1Y SCIS:Ie llI' f'ij( I:.i TE * One copy. one y-ear ....... One copy six im ntlhs ........... I , One copy three miontht ........ No Paper next Sat urday. In order to give our employees a chance to enjoy the Christmas holidays, and according to our es tablished custom, there will be no paper published from this office next Saturday. We therefore take this occasion to wish our many readers "A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year." We pine knot for this kind of weather. Its too cold for comfort. The new crop of almanacs and calenders, for 1885, have made their appearance. The Fanxsa will be found on file in the reading room of the World's Exposition. Santa Claus has sent a large as sortment of toys ani Chiristmas goods to our merchants, to be dis posed of next week. The turkey crop appears to have been a failure this...

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. — 20 December 1884

ft. .amtms n armnr. (OVIN(TI'ON. DECC. 20. 1884. inttr:..t :t onm. l.t, iin sl'tur., 31. in the t.vxt: of .Mnd.e:ill-. iT ai) (;.dines lie'j . tax.,s'82, ti hty acIes of \ land and' iml.proven.ents on W.-st liayu2 t1 Liberty, $t) 31. (iGailes TIossaint, taxes '8.3. two a'res of land, portion of lan.rn': Ir.ott, at the II head' of Itt3n,, P,-.-t,-I: - '; -II. i 1 HlosmierJ -as.liai:a", ta'..: '., sgqu:are t 262, compris...l I.-tw.,- n a.!tri .y. I.- nmarlne and L d.iarr' ,t r,.t,. an I 1t I,' 3 and 4, in sluiare 2:37, conmtrise, hie tween J.amatrqu, lIesr.than andi I.-t . barre streets, towin of Mani-ville. i $ 2.3 liendlerson Chlas. t.txes 'r:l, "'2 i ,res of land in the Jules A. luan.: tract, on Bayou Pacquet, $9 5 1. Jones Elhzabeth, taxes '83, 160 acres of land on the east side of Bayou Lacombe, i 7 51. Johnston Eliza, taxes of '83, 1C0 acres of land on Bayou Lacombe, $5 71. Kelly Owen, taxes of '83, northeast quarter of section 12, township eight, south of range 12 east, $7 24. ...

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. — 20 December 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. -A Sardinia. (Pa.) phylician has taken fortv.-six nei'.i!,. ou' of the arms of Mrs. `;.elev. She don't know how tiley canme t1t-re. -t i- said liv an authority that in stead of .i:nr leanh :and lank :L hereto fore, American womeln are growinfg round and buom.n. --The iquantity of leaf-tobacco sold at Danville. Va.. for the year ended Oct. 1 was 27..5t)ss) pouinl,, at an average price lper dlt) of .1:3.7. -In (ierm.anv a . atn dare not cut down the tree. .m hi. own land without eonetnt of the propelr authorities. so zealous is the (;overnment in preserving the forc-ts. -A recent estimate, made by means of a very intricate testing aplparatus. places the rate at which an electric dot travels over a telegraph wire at 16,00t0 mile. pejr second. -A Halt inmore contemporary complains i that clergymen are not well paid in the State of MarlIanid. The editor men tlions one ca-e where "'a bright young preacher"' got ten dollars a month from a well-to-do congregation. - A wonderf...

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. — 27 December 1884

B 1. Samm i a rme r. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, onld Descend Ahlike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY P IISII. LA., IECEMBER 27, 1884. VOL. X.- NO. 52. A CANARY AT THE FARM. Th.W'k 11:1Q 1 ""tn It town, and Siahry t-,ll nfir tutu a iitt tsnas. - A!toe s r - it+'. i .u:," it R'.nit i. :"l ".u of it-Dcrd It-. jot a-i ott IUt -. ýrl,.s i. Tritv n ti": niti' F', "r :1 ,: lit i ti a ft "" : 1 i1.:,1 It,.ctrl\~ ~ i ý.ut. r"t't t, a.,...=t. a I t iu W i si st Ill.. t *i1 · iillc · i ., in' 'that a ut :.$(, t t. r In :uwlu IIh.I· -"" -tt m Get . I'i. 4:::iil. i to r"o eiit her AN INDIAN POW'WOtW. A religious Rite in Commemora ticn of tho Dead. IHow it 1. 1'errssrnts't hr a Itemnant of the 'I s-nculso aies Tritte Iin lli'.titutitt--The* Jtadi.staa lIaur-tinaie maire for Wtitiky. 'Wisoldl vont like to a nitosi a pow I\t:t. .:Oflj in Hit wout~lt aiiti :5ilats}' {if ti; lvA' for at with's rt'-t 'Wi tsidlnt !' was tnvy rti il...

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. — 27 December 1884

aft. ,tilt.Un4 fa *rncr. (O)VI týt)\ ~i . t. 1* 12 1 1 Iii . :S. 1!. N1:\ I' : .1; 7 W . (r. K I-:\ T1:1. . . 1:."a; aMr..T. RI. I,.*-l r !;i'".1 't fin,: deer is-1 SrV i v, wl.,.'i wt.i t11t: eivv of nll ,Ibs, r'. . . \V t ttft: lr our thanks for a ;, 4" slar- of juicy Clialt e If the lI a I . ? f I':tri l,S tlhIr' to their d, ciion : ,,.. 1 ,,, r-c,,Lýsih. the eia- , ';,t '1r 74:,! .1 ,n Miir lphy will ie ih1u:. iu N,-v Or_,n* u next Friday, ifr Ite imirler ut C:.p Murphy. Tlie wutfiher iha-c I,ton m-er.·,cl w thite frost an 1i . i : r... ,r.ii ,. It has bI ee (!: t:r1.'e v f '.. r ;.l f,'r thie prolantion of n .ns :t. the fzrPI t i , \ iui. iiit .-t (i, 0: all,)wt ,::. t.f f" , ., tlh;iw o(,1. ter in to-da,'s pa:., r. At the rt.ti:i '. : t, - i, ty,, in froiji, two Sl:tit. f the S . i.i:. per sham.. 11.; the '''willi 10 . t * 4 h , flattoring to ti"i cm..:; TLho pde e sch .;s cle -,, -41 - d, . At :.1ss 31. 31. 1 t's ,l, , for boys, P. nulbiler ti lul.iinie prizes were ..wai~ - 1...

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. — 27 December 1884

'',"`sl on ni oa ýt, TIM= ti Fay:h. 'ViN rO N. TaA. DIe 12 = 'SX MIs·. S. V. KEPE4~~~L, ',!\~tI - *- i - W. G. KENTS''% Ii......... l. ,r t~,1 1:.s. S. Aguel vs. I' ta Marie Dct~i- 1 ofLonjaitina, IParish of St. Ta'r, m..uiy, Fourth Justices' Court--No. 1t. virtue of a writ of fitbri fri'ia a the hanoral\le afort-at'i etourt. at1a,1 ec directed, I .rijii. dart - Iicoc.1 , .r 1, , iI will proceted to "t1iltit pahui. ltion, at tihe dloor of tIe 4th .1 uit icrs art, in the towd otf MIandl.villt- 1, trini .1 State afort-s.aid. tin \VIEDIirl>~%.\". L 16th day of D~rte. e,.ilr. 1- , iit *.;else o'clock M:. ti 0 f1,llori.in. d<... ýnbedi property, to-wit: Twenty-two ('irli ,o I>at hm.i Pint. -low on the Latndtn4; at ]Ir. S -r1'. ill thie I'rchefrittct n ivr. Seized inn the a1lutinu criutitIt Bait. Teruns f :ic. c-Sal . ALFE; D 1"'1nA C.!12. Jn , ( t.r1. lile. Mlaudevilto, Lit., Dce. 1, 1'Si LAND OrrICE, NEW O ty.&''S, LA., 1 :%,tiOt is 1-Clte' ,? vi-I. .. at :n ,. I ; iug nant...

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. — 27 December 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. -The United State-. it is et.-i,atec,, Foni- outl of Ie 'l-uit iyV annually over $li* .(',:t w4,4'i for .-uar grown in foreign countries. prii:.ip; lly iiin uba. -A lma:In in Wt--t Newton. a suburb of Pittlsiurgh. mnakes a living hby ped dling hot water. lie ha" one hundred customilIner.. whom he suppl,lies from a tank on his wagn.- Pitt.,urgh Post. -A tailor was suing a county officer for the a:utout of an unpaid bill in a St. Paiul ou-irt the other day. lie looked over the jury and remarked: "Your loinor may dji-nliss the jury: every man there owe- L me for a suit of clothes. -The large tigured wall-papers are the lroper slt he at present, and the day doe< not seem far distant when we shall a:, . ,l.,n the vinevards, dAirv m:,id-,. :t:l the (a-1!,' of the Rhine that :twok.- tie: a:,. . -'.ut ion of our grand father- _--/ -l',, Times. ---t iS prolal,le that the bicycle and trievele will Itecome in the future as m~ch of a :taple article of manufacture :: the comm,,...

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. — 3 January 1885

Zt. &mmaug farmer. "The Blesligu o# Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Desoeamd Alike upon the Rich mad the Poor." . 4. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JANUARY 3, 1885. VOLXL.. ONE BY ONE. OEftm the . oghs to which they've laes areddropping one by e new forms of beauty, again In summer's gentle son. eby* t pearly dropsof morn* - 4oplag Sowers, onviewless plalons them yet the gorgeous clouds IO- ng erchee of celestial dyes. on by rie the stars are fadlag long kept vigl I. the ekE, antat.ln-peaks, like prophets th l attrniaag a Ight end song are W slow step goes forth the sower P eegta lap bi precious treasure with Its joyous reap be gatheretd home the ripened Fe Cby one the friends we fondly WiLteraw biwLbfrm rns the cold and trem . hand. 1bebryrTul, they do not perish y shall greet us in a fairer land. atell dimes, where'er the faithful o& see ag asems, or aretie snow and .he rise, tn myriads without ., all, sltmeet-there shall not one be -CI"...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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