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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 February 1885

ODVINGTON. FEB. 7. 1885. .. 8. V. KENTZE L, Proprietres W. G. KENTZEL ........ Enrno iandf it Tauaj uhPte I$SUED EVERY 8ATURDhA 0SUBSCRIPTION RATBER One epy. oe yar. ... m.r12.. 00 Oneepy six months ....... 1 00 Oneopy three months .......... 50 W o.L GEOo. XOORMAN, Commis. alsaer from this parish to the World's Uxpelt., is our duly authorized rep esemtev sand aorrespondent. Any haoas eamued to him by our ooaferes eathe t rmw will be duly appreciated. Gardening has comdbnoed in this vieinity. We learn that Judge Alfred Bo man. of New Orleans, has pur chmed the Claudel plaie, in Coy There were two oyster boats at the wharf this week, and both ap peared to be doing a flourishing business. The Telephone Exehange, Mr. H. A. Mortee, operator. has beea removed from the New Camelia warehouse to Mr. Chas. Heintz's store. We printed 1000 eards for Mme. Jaufroid, this week, announcing that Claiborne Cottage will be open ed for the seaon on the 15th of April next, A number of our eitizens have...

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. — 7 February 1885

fi - teih : ti Sightaesmth iai! draws-afor the tria 1oiayl6.t is ". 9le~pso ý1-ºilý we i dsuieºicu it ·- SobIYOl 1I., ý.j- 4G3 I trhaipj 413 4 d d atar bsas the =i Oop. f t3he arh. e Emity- *JuNa. u grk .i -I.tr uiPo.y GIjeroisdtawm by aCbs cm the 23. .1ev ci ~LII;VeS fo the £mek week :Wm , iM.o the abeed ~ fL; M~ows, (Aerk IILOW Luiuw. A-Parish of St. Tarn. Smss.. be t ieil LU biot (-.art of tirgaa'. Mtat orf 105. th.awtlet of the alooeb.jdSh No 1,I)67, bearruk CisU a at public asse tbe (I atraij esas of the .o.. it.-~ Utowa of 811,141 in St. * mL. on SATULTDaT. , 1435:. at the .hour of 12 llowina tI;b prop 64 et eoumd. irb wilttal *ouoreon sighit., ways. -idiqesw sat a. bauL.Nes - bg. at is anywise up .itaaled in tbe t..ws" Of S fIkThmamafa Stat.c of oskigqtoat tot Na. i2. iu 4 v lf a plian drmaw bar .. aiiib r.l, am0"z4 toans 4 Le.IArsior, notary ef: Gu...., on Uhe 4th of not IEa d &rP A mar Ufo Peost -on £rlmRogr JUie" 4.op Ol&t front cf -L in Liraa fro of unto K~ r~ Iur...

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. — 7 February 1885

'I MIScELAWEOUS. " --A New York baker makes it aprae e to sell bread at half price to poor o every Saturday night, and he has Saty of customers.-N.. . ribu e. -The term cat-glass is incorrect Glass can not be cut, not even by the diamond. The diamond cracks it and enables one to break it. What is ordi auaily called cut-glass is really ground glass.-Chicago raymes. -A Birmingham (Conn.) boy, plced in the State Reform School, atthe re uest of his father, who said he was in .te habit of stealing, recently died of consumption, Friends think the boy zeally died of grief over iajured Inno. eence.-Hartford boL. -The Washington treaty permitting United States fishermen to take fish in British waters terminates July 4, 1885, will thenbe driven from their favorite herring fishing-grounds unless some new bargain be made.-Bostos Jaormha. --In the old days when Senators took nuff, two boxes filled with the article were placed on the President's desk, one on each side, by orderof a nervous Vice P...

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. — 14 February 1885

" -_ The Blessing of Government, Like the Doew from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Binh sad the Poor." *:i W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., FEBRUARY 14, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO, 7. THE EYES OF LOVE. W__ love is baId., but is it so? ! Lo ve openeyed ansd quick to see i bleagood tha aroet i other eyes : b.ioaeala may be? bea eeepa Aerl" oneaks. dismayed. "Inlrl Ifamin aod poor, with not one bit of imed to woei m ways, quiet in speech rquestions, hlughing: "What can she. aim g ravo anv d plain--a perfect clod? Aa saruly, "loe i blind!" le neeve another, "boy the mother wmve, 31re ...1Mu.. tender. umfllnlg slow ran kind, Pratie ori e s passing upon Itts wa M n_ Sne tier wia Lo o pause aid nnd - re-.e . P·ean under the rmatlu, crude soil lav Soads tho' h A be b Idnd 6b Loye that looks beyond the fae. ,_ e or the quiet ifps, to and he of eImko. The eyes of Love are ta ds te aulape t arane o t UIEALLNG A MESSAGE. imlp Pratioi . md a Great Jour iatto Fet. w lllea ...

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. — 14 February 1885

P. Vemma gauna. gYvINTroTN. FEB. 14, 1885. r 8. V. KENrTZE L, Proprietress W. 0. GKENTZEL ...... Erro m iIIJ.mld a heny hnii ISSUED EVERY 8 TURDALV SURCRIB0PTION RATER One eopy. one year... ........... 00 One copy ir mths. ........... n100 Oneeopy three months ........... so WR'OoL ,O. X¶)ORA&Fn Commis sioner from this perish to the World's E~potitiae. Is our duly authorised rep rseuntative and eorrespondeut Any favors ezte4esd to him by our eontreres of the prase will be duly appreeiated. Peach and plum trees are in fall bloom, heralding the arrival of tbhe erry springtime. Marahall Dalion has taken up quite a number of hogs this week, for running at large on the street SMr. Abadi has purchased the corner lots aeroes the street from ouromee, to the left, and is making setensive improvemnents thereon. No brickwork on the new Court house this week, on account of the cold weather. The carpenters, however, are at work on the frames for the roof. If you want low sates of insur uane,...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 February 1885

1WJ -it set mapl 1b. Eto e tues 4i*ir~Lwey ; .33g Uheipth asetil !!dev of fee be< the am week AI~ of . the ebove ot Log" LG a. apt -i erlee d ur Ie ran hr ef-bs- imeeinour " flUVi. heediig aiU isabb .a. di °4 eaH * puhile aue bef ugiidaee ol he de his. .1 NLUBDI. n .1 +{l_ bes l erf 12 ItetewA~.a 61ay j. !LM y Atuep sin the 4th of bimeessim.e Ami· ne *u~st . em ate SMiap ini .frost Cf piea . end so i sa·nt .l. before :;c uneu deyr f `wa Lai O~ta LM 2m ofiriL· · cf 4~&~ur ~ sad uuk stidIma.-IL .a t WOlb. U. pa- " i Ewar. SO ia~n bM. F S . tla Cai Is -Tlur 1;(1U ILgEOi~ WEL UISQ+ *AU. ·r '.~w2·ft *5s ý ý,+ý''ý ý -].it."J a a - ~ trth zi Lfe, HEADQtUARTERS -ls American Watches. WALTHAX WATCH CO. We have sold th~quands of these Watches, and as ertain are we of their reliability that we agree to take them back adJ refund the money if they do not give satisfac tion. We have lately reduced them to the following figures: Sous Swim Kar-WiuO oe WArcnas "'Broadway," .7 jewels......$10 0...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 February 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. St Quiny,0 Fla. The plants re ob tained from Washington. -The first case of painting the town red in this country was when the ehrli est Aztec settlers from Mexico celebra ted the completion of their first vllane this side of the Rio Grande with anorgme of red-berries, red-paint and red-eye. This should end all argument.-Ckiecago -A maiden lady of Philadelphia was a witness in court the other day, nto when sworn was requested to kiss the Bible. She refused, saying it was so long since she kissed anything that bhe had fergotten how it was donea This is a strange and interstin case.-Pia -To those are constantly expectinga serious decline in the price of beef we may say that the population of the world is increasing much more raidly than the number of cattle. This s speeiallv true of ourown country, where eattle trade is pursued under the most favorable auspices.-N. Y. Herald. -Not long since adurable monument of cement was raised on the site, in the Island of Hawaii, on...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 February 1885

______ garnaga farm.er "The Blssing 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., FEBRUARY 21, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 8. Qnunnna mm. nnunM ý P amm m 9rWERE VAIN. met to please ll men, startve as you mb Svain, topes~I. for there nmsnmeth Ma ae nwheat nought can lease o- satisfy y nls effort or by full oetr, gmeet impuls in 1orMwa whatever. 01 a e set beast and mind at eas; en t warrand take no heed of these, "or so 'twill be forever. east motthy soul be troubled that they say: A - miht have done this thln, or that, eba thy way is best, how can they know, h thine own eyes, what seemeth best to 'hek thepquiek tear that steals into thine seamem e rudely speaks; keep back the be h,- - Nor pale thee so: kt willcall t weakness who stand by; t ,i Thoh, wltkIf I know sk wreaes o othyw earnest part orloas ef mand d. lhoaenl that thou art Seager for approval; and that what then do re ere tianib...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 February 1885

00VINGTON. FEB. 21, 1855. r.&. V. KENTZERL Proprietres W. G. KENTZEL........ ErsDF ý1.Jul d IL Yawuu hlift ISSUED EVERY SATURDA SURSCR1PTION RATER O*e eopy, eme year ............ gg Oe espy six moeth. ......... 1' 0 Oaseopy three maths........... r. PoL GUO. X)ORAN, Commie - --os_ froe this parish to the World's xpoti, is oer daly athrorised rep rsemtative atd errespondemt. Any re entsded to blh by our eocfroerg -theo prass will be duly appreelated. Mr. 8B. Staples is on the sick The Faum keeps up with the masson, and will be Lent several times to-day. "Usele Joe Pena," a old color deitims of Covington, died yes terday aoraing. The Juvenila Rex Cleb eeblbrated Mardi Gras with a grand rgeet pa ite, and a ball at night. Our sheets were erowded with wagon last Wedneeday. and pre snted a very bmsines like appear Thsee of our eitizens who hare isit ld the Ex~ osition are loud in their paise of the St. Tameany perish exhibit . There im no known fibre which equal silk in length. Cocoon...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 February 1885

SJedimId Diatalsi fin~t*.&ai$1 weak .11L. A. 5.ts TG.. WD*tI. mws a..... 451i Th...mapwoa #iJIF orewwit~ *Jr Vim.11 B·Mlhe.1tLsrpjeta - lioksh dhux e diwm by the .mk 221 da elr~l *n 1, n she I r4 week bum. 13, l. K Ak. above em·an seal eEihlIy. Jomtmq. JULL iAJ: Mommav, (Jek. gut Louis Luiws. augh f1 . Tao. .f ar .gisr of rile tram 00, 1&wit bloltujot 446"S of Ogiesa s 1 mi. of Los. Msu . st' suoeaso+ so l ,1117. hearsnm sell at pldaL ( Use p.~iP&,isrcs Lldia si i at aerblrs des a ts o[ uistl. is it. liWst et ti ber " of It .,tf TlatlI~i.a ti Al AS U oewnº ride, wr ep o ieshstrlrws '1 1 ill. aerie, .'state of s ait 1tii It. tW t ms tº' rews by I. 43Rss~msr.ems--ted to us Q : L' elb a .Uo. r tac G. Lssiieu~r. sd*a say (kusau on t. 4th or Wat Iot~ersw'ss. Aster *o1. [teat as Erl~auer drM as"p eeli (rtnt c' =p ib.k it farms the cor SIto. 10 55 a smpnm.eI etmo. s54 eas mc ule3r lal. letir thlw sa euriat antes t.. as aearr p.14 a Ewer ti 1tl aegis-r tt lotsU beE... mr civil s...

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. — 21 February 1885

THE BANANA TRADE. A talk with the ma wk areas et a I Phut cain. to Thff s rw.aq t Captain George Bush, thesupercargo odthe Peveril,isnot only aveteransailor, I but also the father of the banana busi- I ness in the United States. Captain Bush " emigrated from Germany to this cots try when he was quite a young man. He was naturalised in the Circuit Court of this city in 18. He has been a a shipmaster since 1860, and is one of the t best known sailors in the ports of the j West Indies. In an interesting talk r about the banana business with a Sua reporter, Captain Bush said: "I brought the rst chooner-load of bananas ever seen in the United States. I sold them to Gilmartin, in NewYork, in 1859. Po pie did not know what they were, and my little cargo of eleven hundred bunches overstocked the market. I secured them in Baracos, Cuba. ThreeI ears after that cargo was landed in New York the trade had developed so fast that it required twenty-five or thirty schooner-loadc alone to supply New...

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. — 28 February 1885

"The Blessing. of Government, Like the Dewa from Heaven, Should Decend Alike upon the Rich and the Peor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA.., FEBRUARY 28, 1885. VOL. XI.--NO. 9. GIVEN AND TAKEN. hIsmaidenth so tung head hus the grave-yed woman said: Dearer than the love we take .That we give for love's own sake. WeilI know the heart's unrest: nham been the common quest TO he cored and therefore blest. "aorn undeserved were mine; At my feet as on a shrine eve has laid its gifts divine. "Sweet the offerings seemed, and yet W. their sweetness eame regret, And a sense of unpaid debt. Deert of mie unsatsfied, Was t vanity or pride ut a deeper Joy denied? "Has that ope but to receiv m eay who can rich ly give. "i,_ she sighbes, with moistening eyes,. tLovbest is dIlee ; Re who, giving, dos not crave, ast is to Him who gave LUse ael the loved to save. "ove tha t relf-forgetful gives ON" surpriseof ripened sheaves, IStlerr soon its own receives." S-js Grsels' Wasi~Ar...

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. — 28 February 1885

0 90IGTON. FEB. 28, 1885. -Mr-. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ Eurron S Jhi mtl of aS t Tainy hi ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY TURSCURPTFON RA TE One copy. one year........... .2 00 One copy mix months. ........... 1 00 One eopy three months .......... 50 S'CoL }LO. W)OORANT, Commis sioner froam this parish to the World's Exposition, is our duly authorised rep resentative and correspondent Any favors exteu ded to him by our confreres of the prass will be duly appreciated. NOTICE. POLICE JURY. The members of the Police Jury are hereby notified to attend a spe cial meeting, to be held at the Courthouse, in Covington, on TUSDAY, March 3, 1885. A full attendance is requested, as buasi ner of importance will come before the meeting. J M. Azr.uso, President. W. G. Ssrzm, See'etary. We had bail and sleet last Satur' day. The probabilities are that March will come in like a lamb. The March term of the Civil Dis trict Court will open next Monday. The second .trial of Ford and othe...

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. — 28 February 1885

U heel D~iu aG..WL TWO. SiMiameeroDoih U,.. .ute u J.Jhyto SlY Gems.oa SIC WR esroiz MII ThiJompson Ii W I arois 'lea 42 Oliver FLt Ji~wBbup 44 Peter Galloway 455 J eessli 0 MW 1N loawford Uflebert vpemter 1x H"haltsr Ube aboves tombe a true jume drawn by the as tfe 23d day of .einerv for the `ruit week teerm, 165, of the above Od ad seel oflullly, a muy, C1885. of Louis oisoon. of Si Thi. msq. aat . r[t an wduk of .l e oro Mth UvU' District Court art Os% Slbt. of Lou s OT the suessjion Ne.. 00,S. buering a ite bealoe ~ selldit pubic sue bIt s atiuso .f the de Ye.bwperaat it _dlin St. e. as BATUXD&Y. ·yL boawr of is mI.lb s1; the mmdZqr n~ qrn .es 7in rniy , !iMte of 4 Js r atlot No. It pi 'e~m a - di~ws aby I a by to an (k M~adie. otary OdSu.s ian the 4th of '1dktTt r re.. ALmer .. Get fost an Edrauger Sut .- sad front J it rms the cop No. 10 is oampnred iosbe and1 was so s~ su Lonis Loison from !e pamet of ..l. before ulm:.ytL shifor hof 29th day of tubiJaddhted in peih hax ab...

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. — 28 February 1885

MISEOLLANEOUS. -The wile of ieteanant.Gcreely ex tes the envying admiration of her friends by displaying on her parlor foor a large rug of seal fur, a relic of her husband's Arctic life. -Philadelphia -Girl grape-pickers in the California vineyards are tempting Providence by puttng their names and addresses in the boxes which are shipped East. Their idea is doubtless to catch a husband. B.n Francisco Chronicle. -Women in Paraguay have exactly the same rights as men. They farm, manufacte, buy, sell, and, in fact, do all the work. Paraguay has a popula tion of 300,000, of which 270,000 are women and 30,000 are men. -The Portland Oregonias says: "The vote of Washington Territory was about 42,000, of which number the women contributed perhaps one-third. It was found a mistake to say that women would not vote. Very few omitted to do so." -A lecturer said to a Boston audi ence that he "was surprised to observe that New Englanders were rapidly rapidly growing obese;" and he was still more ...

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. — 7 March 1885

"The Blesing of Govrament, Like the Dews hem Hmsve, Should Descend Alike upo the Rich and the Poor." YENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MARCH 7, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 10. A COL.ISION. She aeaod out there eflhk wind ael the biting air a~ bee sail cut a lke a kula roullyasearest twingfls. youth a l horle withind aIst . mi expos~e a held t." In trad rled behad, mmn s t esrra ie a.r S o . r too smo, . tot t woram a love intense d Sda _ngs, if X- pleased Prorilne. *eldr oInsomeot faso.r l a tatswer.oar In air; J aLL FIo bT IN XIOevrOsw . r ti a 0ol parIsble a Osciatl oate aet.e Sern, .laimded Horses F- r hore+sm this aeen rnsoon. hawho comesm to Mexico ise ad Stemdns, bult I never saw an who wanbte to witnesrs seo it m is ar dcd-blooded and heapt whel so sits the performance W -We owere recommlended to ;r menage instead of the tramway, º Bie might returnt at pleasure, The second bull was disposed -44 Sir horses had been disem i..we felt grateful for the ad 'sot a nmpt to d...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 March 1885

OOVINsGTON. MArchl 7, 1885. le. 8 V. KEN.TZEL, Proprietress W. G. KlENTZEL ........Erro I8SSUED EVERYI SATURDAY 8UBSCRIPTION RATE, One opy, one year.... ..........$2 00 One oop six months ........... 1 00 Onoopy thre months ........... 50 isO0M. GRO. W)ORmUA, Commis .loser from this parish to the World's rpocsltion, is our duly authorizxe rep 'esitastite sa-1 orrewponelt. Any veors exteonled to him by our confreres of the prams will .be duly appreiated. Beus and perch are biting well in the Bogue Falis. Therdelinqueot tax list will be pablished next week. The members ;of the Methodist Sunday School will give an eater tsament on the fourth Monday in this month. Non-reeideite and unknown own es of property on which taxes are d will afind an important notice in another column. Work on the new Courthouse is progressing aepidly. The tinners nd alaters are at work, and the roof will soon be inished. As will be seen by reference. to " the proceedings of the Police Jary, isa mother eolumn, ...

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. — 7 March 1885

ofthe ,C ourt: othemence a fol .;o day· of reas fol i a aeday of M$i~ o.Otober. Maxeh and , i.., w the June. p ý 1D etriot in May ee ret. ,tm l k _ .p... Loiile Loison. l St. Taum S-odper of sale from . r.il Diatrict Court fe ah, Stat. e of Loa .1 the succession _.la. 10,17. bearing *E asdLo me di s o ell at pabtio aue rd nor of the de gars of >til, in St. - SATURDAY. Ti the' our of 12 emtsiibed prop iat a, with all the rtighs, ways. ead a.,anteigea t Is anywise ap Abe town of Si State of atlot vI. 1, in a gwrn daiw by L *.aeumed to an dier, notary as the 4th of l it hit amesres., Amer *ilt pn Erlanger deep end front cr b l 4er m the cor 1e0 i coamprised lrat. Boas edta, and was sc o Lmso. from of sale before bile for the S.th. day of Sdtatal in Bii streets ad el un d*idn S ae plan iyit engineer, Gustave in the city of aired by C. astell, no eiSr Orleans, A gaust 26, of Convey I., pu ua..t imu ti.bids, us~Leaeri'.e eoN.S~ I * msehs, (l f Ow 4 MKo f, t Ih --FOl., - Amlerlca. i Wat...

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. — 7 March 1885

MISCEULLANE. J. -The farmers of the United States have ten votes to seven of all other oo Oupations.-N. Y. Tribuse. -Thirty thousandroller skating rinks have beean built in the United States within the past two years. The number of broken heads is not recorded.--di eago Herald. -A New Mexican recently came on the body of a Pueblo Indian strapped to a tree, in Valencia County. An exam. ination showed that the Indian had been fastened to the tree alive and left there to starve. -About 340,000 is to be expended in .tting up the new Garibaldi Park, at Clifton, Staten Island. It is to be or namented with a life-size statue, and the cottage where Garibaldi resided when an exile in this country is to be moved an the premises.--. . Y. M. -Hereafter all the astronomers eo the world will begin their day at mid night, instead of noon, and will count the hours of the civil day from one to twenty-four, instead of from one to twelve. Twelve o'clock at midniht will be their' "twenty-four o'clock. ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 March 1885

Zt. &mnmaug farmer. "The Blesing. of Governmmnt, Like the Dews from Haesen, Should Descend Alike upon the BRih and the Poor." W G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MARCH 14, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 11. SAY LEGACY. Awere am riosles lerer h fetar, sweet summer left to me: treetremas. I think them all, And I masre uns on memory's watt _ hY heart tie summer rives WIth a" the joyr urn summer gives. aM. hll-sides dotted o'er with trees, "i' ras._.s beat with playful breeze, We meagdows starred with dla sie white, nd over all, the sunshine bright. SwinteM r as ao power to chill Sheart that holds warm summer still! D-t- moretsba al1 its birds and flowers. more than e'en Its golden hours; he gracious summer left to me, I Its most priceless legacy. A wed true love, which can not die, S vureinaId She wlnter's sky! I hold the gift tmy lifea alt clouds will lift . v. and I recall . r Aoe wit sweet brown eyew. ao me to me 'neath summer skies. T.e eIgna hours were bright to me O...

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