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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 March 1885

COVINGTON. March 14, 1885. Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ EDITOR ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY AY 8UBRSORIPTION RATER Ouee*py. one year .............St o One copy six months. ........... 1 00 One copy three moths ........... 50 WOalo. igO. MHORknN, Commis sioner from this parish to the World's Exposition, is our duly authorised rep ressatative and correspondent. Any favors extended to him by our confreres of the prass will be duly appreciated. Fishing is good in the streams in this vicinity. Nest Tuesday, March 17, will be St. Patrick's Day. Amit City now has two papersa, the Imdepeisd.ot and Gamette. Mr. Chas. Heints was made the happy father of a fie _ boy last Moaday night. We learn that the Duncan place, on th° Tehefunesa river, was totally destroyed by fre one night this week.. Le ENeaeaehm, aFreneh and Eng lish paper, published at Bonnet Carre, by Chas. Laseigne. appear ed among our exchangesthis week. The sale of property, in the case of L T. Arm.trong vs. Nat...

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. — 14 March 1885

WWI 3 RDIT ruaiuet for L, - -s hereby la sesa. `f3Sue Li ,erls~s~ pas~ie ill del. sad take lieespatios or AUi Llessre urn . blotch will be is attorney for east interest. a s. '. B, Cioog, Collector. ain Catherine aih of St. Tam. Udiaiai District giv., to the credit ite ol other per to show cause, the present noti Uarimr sae or can, why by Paul J. Du sti· this ssooession, IMO an d hosrolo Ikre fa distibbuted in ac ouvtathistl dayof ,jW* _ " Clek. s'si A:lat the fed 'k· iafied notice of k L c q~lrs in sup. ný* tai said proof t ba hage or Clerk foceut, a~t -cormgton, 1 anise Homestead ietbemoautheaat quartcr of sectioa 12, to1 seast. hllewqsag wttnmes. to rh~ideuoe upon -a died.a via: Gsterai Henry :>sh of St. Tam i..sfou laid eort, IndI 4to-eU at public 1thosuertheuse, in and state the 21st day~/ legal sale edproperty. .aeeoediag to a Walt o ewned by Ja ,Laaisa (3 Kffelaan, ;aesess. or ore les, daST lesm OR the j s raoC i ertftls salt Xwuarol I ~ @apu~U ~i·~ I~;:.·-: ~C~c~LorW1 * *...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. -Louis Kossuth'sbonds, issued while the famous Hungarian was in this coup. y are kept as curiosities in many fain -In Western Nevada prospectors pile up vast quantities of snow on the mountains and cover it with brush, in order to provide a water supply for summer use. -Such a thingas a fashionableyoun man making evening calls nowadys i said to be unheard of, and it isasked whither are we socially drifting.-N. Y. Mail and Express. -If any person who is liable topoison ith poson-ivy will take pure olive oil after being exposed to it he will feel no bad effects, and the oil will neutralise the evils of the poison if a few doses be taken even after the poison has broken out.-C-icago Herald. -The whale feeds by openg its ea pacious mouth and allowing the sea water, with its multitudinous tenants, to fill the oval cavity. Then it shuts its lower jaw upon its horny plates, and, straining out the water through them, swallows the prey stranded uponitavast tongu -Patients suff...

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. — 21 March 1885

"The Blesings of Government, Like the Dew from Hasven, Should Deioend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MARCH 21, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 12. BECAUSE. The bozrtst sa outshinoe. Seoeme to b~ that you will choose We for your Valentine." And wrhy should I choose you, and why?' Set 'm the goodliest lands, Where you may reign, served faithfully By wlng hearts and aneds4" hat is, Ithink, no reason why," The pratty maiden made reply. "Becass I can on you bestow The loveliest things to wear, Gat silken robes and laces tline, And Jewels rich and rare." 'atis, think, no reason why," The pretty maiden made reply. "Because I love you, oh: so well, 8o leader and so true, That I would fain from every cuare, y darlingl shelter you. AlI now I see the reason why," The pretty maiden made reply. "So takl my beast, dear youth for thine; I hoose thee for my Valentine." -Harper's Basr. "------4 . .. THE HAUNTED BRIDGE. rPmsrtatlon in the Highlands of...

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

COVINGTON. March 21, 1885. Mrs. S V. KENTZL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ Eirrom SU1,nRIgPTION RA TE.' One copy. one year .... .......... (00 One copy six months. ........... 1 00 One eopy three month .......... 50 sbm.oL Gc41. M')ORMAN., Commis alane from this parish to the World's Rxpositian, is otn duly sathorizse rep resentative and correspondent. Any favors et eate to him by our confreres of the pram will be duly apprecated. The Police Jury will meet next Tesday. The delinquent tax lit will be found in several other columns on this page. An oyster boat arrived at the wbarf last Thursday, which caused a sadden fall in the pries of codfish bails. At Loset's blacksmith shop, last Monday, a heavy wagon tire fell acroes Mr. Harry Mortee's foot, causing a painful wound. The new Courthouse is rapidly nearing completion. Mr. Orr in forms us that it will be ready for ocaopancy in about four weeks. A writ of injunction has been served on the Police Jury, restrain ing them from chan...

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. — 21 March 1885

and VAIVR. " ý, ý. 811 town ' uribe' s- is - RzM ae lit of ± wll bwi ak ' asmL g voti -. &Wo the gan *kemrW of the whoae * 1e "for LIt ;trl. .. rtlt are Lae dy I h iAusd4I th. neee ; ~umx.ihbi asin. an.' 4SV gsh,~~ pastiem will wllbsm elay. anm t ake goiteir eeoapaa or of naiak will be -cmi CUr Colector. dii .iilcr iti P~tt 0 biu .qs~l4b - or tierk· ~E~b iik. 1811. via LAo..Oa. thp Le foi ibjety. 'U oi of lii. & raI Li *w' esact, via: lta/ttieerut gsarterk sf . eeriuat 12. qc'lla1 p1blic -w Of i ate " ", tbtlat dayi lr t gale CruHufmnaaa. . more ? laces, ieibu the twl itl. O~rnsE~aU&t I~ ta. 4h1 xr +F' ? 'I, C4 r' ý' C€K a HEAQURTERS Alelricia.l Watches. WALTE&X WATCO CO. W\e leave mold Lhowonsdv of thew. %VY~tel.,i, anid lo certaina are we ."f thsir reliability that we agree tso tgti the ma back- aa1J refnd 1whe nasa'ny if they sin mtot I;i6e *atiidac tioan. We haye, letely reallued thetan Lea lhe fnrlkwri,,g -lgnr.m: SOLD .U.VU KKE :1ettol0u CI'lb'fE.'. "taeeal way...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 March 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -Rev . J.Walter Lowrie, a Presby terian missionary to Chinas, has the only four-wheeled vehicle in Pekin--an un graceful but useful covered depot wagon, built in Ohio. The natives are amazed at its wheels, so light and yet strong. -A sportsman at Cumberland. Va., sighted a flock of turkeys the other day and told his dog to lie down. The dog obeyed, and he wept after the fowls. Rye hours afterward the man came buck to look for the dog, and found him where he had left him.-N. 0. -The camphor laurel, -a native o China, and the tree from whichjnost of the camphor qf commerce is obtained, seems to have been introduced success fully into California, one tree in Sacra mento having attained a height of thirty feet. The wood, every part of which smells strongly of camphor, is light and durable, not liable to injury from in sects, and much favored by cabinet makers.-San Francisco Clronicle. -Oscar Wilde said the other day, in his lecture at Glasgow, that nothing distressed him ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 March 1885

---..- q 0 & mmanug farmr. "The Blessings of Govement, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich sond the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MARCH 28, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 13. THE OLD ATTIC ROOM. Iraeber the dear told att room, Where I slept when a hIttle boy. In the arm-ouse over beside the hill, When ife warn a perfect Joy. I rmember the chatib so old and quaint, Ari the-bed whlereon I slept. Atnd te ehest et drawers beside the door, Where the apples were always kept. I rember well how the early sun , Through the window small would stray, lAd how the bird in the tree outside Would warble his morning lay. And how my mother's "Time to get up!" On my heedless ear would fall, And the unpretentious print that hung So oruohedly on the walL ' I remember the ceiling, cracked and low, Where bunches of peppers hung, And the old green curtain that wouldn't roll up. Severy wild breez swung. I imember the barrels with stove-pipes And various...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 March 1885

OOVINGTON. March 28,1885. Mrs. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ....... EDrroS l Jwa ld ILf i u ay laM U8TBCRIPTION RATEB One copy. one year.... .......... 00 One copy six molths. ........... 1 00 One eopy three months........... 50 #*Col GEtO. MOORMAN. Commis iloner from this parish to the World's Exposition, is our duly authorized rep resentative and correspondent. Any favors extended tobim by our conferes of the press will be duly appreciated. Thursday, April 80, has been se lected as "Louisiana Day" at the World's Exposition; see advertise meat The entertainment by the mem bere of the Methodist Sunday School promises to be a grand affair, judging from the preparations that are being mada We have received a poem from -*Esperanoe," in eulogy of the late Justus H. Weber, but for lack of space we are unable to publish it in this issue. It will appear next week. The new Courthouse is nearing completion, and will be an orna ment to the town when finished. The plasterers and pain...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 March 1885

OVINGTON. LMarch 28, 1885 Smith T & It, lot and improve raents in square No. 10, frotina on Jefferson street, in the town of Mahdeville. $1. Stia iB, house and lot on Girod Sstret, in town of Mludtlevle, $6. Smith Joseph. three lots and i. p ements in the town of Lswis irg, $9 56. Saragos Thos, lot No. 9 in sqgure N* o. 8. in the town of lu&udevi:l,., one dollar. - Todd J A, 160 92-100 r.cres of land, north half of northeast qclnr ter, and east h:,lf of jiert.hwest q arter of section 28. township 8, range 13 east, $9 21. Taylor J R, lots NoX. 2 and 3. in equereNo. 18, in the town ofIMau deville, $2 50. Vitas Salvadore, 120 newr.s land natr Jacob Forman's, $2 20. Wilson Samuiteel, eight.y ;cres.'jf land, west hilf of nmrtlheat.t quarter of sPection 4, towimithip 9, ramnge 13. $1 80. d Williams MIoses, lot and im ~proveimenll ign sot,-If No, 7, in the j town of la,;tevlile. $1 50. S White Cl.ts, lot N,, 4. it.n .nsaCe No. 16, in the town of Mmai eville, Wren A C Mrs., o)rt ner...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 March 1885

EXCITEMENT IN ROCHESTER. WUespread C somett. Caused by that Remarkable Stateseat era rFyktela. Thestory published in these columns rwe oently, from the Rochester, N. Y., Demo crat, created a deal of comment here as it has elsewhere. Apparently it caused even more commotion in Rochester, as the fol lowing from the same paper shows: Dr. J. B. Henion, who Is well-known not only in Rochester but in nearly every pert of America, sent an extended ctide to this p a, few days which was duly ~ detailing his emarkable en prience and rescue from what seemed to be certain death. It would be impos.ibl to emmerate the personal nquiries which have been made at our office as to the vs lidity of the artcle, but they have been so merous that further investigaon of the abe was deemed an editoil aeost this end in view a repese lt e Sthis papesr cll on Dr. aon t his residence on Andrews street, wheaths ftol lowing interview occurred: That aticled of rDoctor, has created quiteawhir wid. rthe statments ab...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 April 1885

,, ,ta .r " - ., ;t r " ""--ý p+ !ý UThe Bleuh ig of GoveiVmeut, Like the Des f&rm Haen, Dodld Deen.d AMike up, the Bia .d the Pee-. W. Q. KYETZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., APRIL 4,1885. VOL. .-NO. NOBODY REALLY CARES. illr r.e. r'~-etgrieve ro. f Pmtvt Jlbart- with fears, yides near you. And Irasij dimramed by tsar Set . nd With aoul despiat for Nobod reeaycrS. i health and strength forsake you, And pain and sickness bring aeom that clouds the s-oha ws everything, feet that lotsoo weary oat sedom maortal b Nobody really cares hsM world is ftod or pleasure, And, take at Mta beat. S8% sadly bored unless you meet it with sme nd iest; -Mvaraort BSpte., i4 HBrperas WOih, . INJHASTE. An ImpAoatt Letter, Three Bro kema ~gs and a Telegram. It was when postage stamps were three aets apiee, and eggs twelve and and a half cents a dozen, that Mr. -iggina the proprietor of the little ountry store at Elkton, sat at his high desk 'one dreary afternoon, with his hed at sudio...

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. — 4 April 1885

L muaq Baen. OOVINGTON.April 4. 1885. Mrs. S B. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDrro ial mlE IL Taum y Fhui SUBsURIPTrON RATES One copy. one year.... ..........5 $00 One oepy st months. ........... 1 00 O.eoopy three eonths........... 50 PoL OEO. M)lORMAN, Commis sloner from this parish to the World's rxpositoau, is our duly authorized rep resentative mad correspondent. Any Voer extesaed tobims by our oonfrerps of the pras will be duly appreciated. To-morrow will be Easter Sun day, and eggs will be in demand, both whitb and colored. Mr. B. A. Orr, the contractor, expects to have the new Courthonse completed by Tueseday, the 14th Nsw FKsr-Mr. J. Cahier has admitted his son-in-law, Mr. Louis Webrli, Jr., into partnership with him. iander the firm name of J. Cahier & Co. Sheriff Cook left for Baton Rouge Wednesday morning, to convey Aaron Jenkins, colored, to the Penitentiary. This leaves our Par ish Jail without an occupant. Eon. C. J. Barrow, United States Commissio...

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. — 4 April 1885

a rtier rn I, loet and impreO earuts on Claibae .r g street.v W No. 4. in the tow .et - . te.i., $1. - Imber Mr, let No. .I quare o. FO 8, in tMt4oae of 'Mandeville, DSily cents.: Ivery Alfbs, 87 7-0 acres of land. sout half of i .thwgst qnar ,tsr of sectiom S3, townir p8, range 1,. $1 80. 3 Kennedy Samuel, forty fres of land, hurthwest quarter of orth :en: quadeSrof msetin 20, township Strangef L. 1 .47. Iranurt A, 39 89 100 acre of S.souhbesiht quarter of south quart Pc rivin 25, town ltt. 6, range. 1S, 75. LancasterW B feltrhundred ar pasnta of lhad, Inunded on the .north by lnd of John Bahamn. south Sy land now or lately belonging to N. Galataq e*it by the Tchefuucts -iltr and West by various tracts of .iend 4Taxes a 1884............ $41 12 axzes . o18.83............$31 36 .are. of . .88;..........$32 00 . .y1 rX, lots Nos. 17 and 18, vin ui,4Io. 11, in the town of UihIevilte, $6. 4tug.nier stare, part of squares N 1U8 and 261, continuation of Chas, part of squares 261, continua...

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

EXCITEMENT UNABATED. ha ad .aMe Eapelasee etra Mne esaer Pra any u mdmsme. I [oaeamI (0.) Herald. .Yestrday and day before wecapled inte e aur colams from the Rochester (N. Y.) I Democrat and Chroncle, a remarkable atemest made by J. B. Henooa, M. D., a .gegama who is well known in this city. I ts article Dr. Hemion recounted a c weaderfal experlame which befaell him, 1 and the egt day we published from the same paper a second article, giving a so counaat of the "Eciterst in Rochester," eased by Dr. Henion's statemet. It is doubtful if any two artices were ever pub ie which caused greater commlaodt both among pralemeonal people end lay men. Slnce the publiation of these two ard de, having been besleged wish letters eo nquiry, we sete a communication to Dr. Heione.nd elso one to H. H. Warner & Co., asking If any additional pro could be given to as as to the viity a the stemeats published. In mwer thereto we have received the following which add interest to the entire abj end veri...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 April 1885

farmer. U The Blesrin of Govennaeat, Like the Dows from Haven, Should Denoad Alike upon the RiOh and the Pear." W. G. NTZEL., Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., APRIL 11, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. f5. A CARBONIFEROUS CONCEIT. ach, say love lat ofer ime , ,e a man on earth did dwell -n the ecerbenlfrou clime, Pe rhm loved thee well, 'lae s.. aamn. question I may have asked That now sets your cheeks aglow., When wee were l surans sad basked In sene shaine of long ago. The rich grer ferns as a carpet spread At the foot of stately trees, That laily rastled over head In the languid tropical breeze. Theknet. our love, and Vtnessed the Of the thrati words I told To you when the world was in its youth. In sunny days of old. nut the sunnyday was night at last, Our former selres were clay; Into the shade of a vanished past Our 3oy was swept away. * s s " _* " S . . The sharp, col wind Is blowing, _Driing the fallen snow, Iut the orl i th e grate is gowing, And tell me, love, do you know Th ...

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. — 11 April 1885

COVINGTON. April 11, 1885. Mr S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietresq W. G. KENTZEL ....... EDarro dasil 1in! oU h. Tiny pui. SUBSCRIPTION RA TES One oopy. one year.............. $2 00 One copy six months. ........... 1 00 One copy three o onthL ...... 50 ... . . , .a Com is sioner from this parish to the World'h Exposidlo, is oer duly authorised rep resentative and eorrespon lent. Any twors extended to him by our confreres of the prmse will be-duly appreciated. NOTICE. FOLICE JURY. Covsevox, LZa. April 6, 1885. The members of the Police Jury are hereby notified that a called meeting will be held, on TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1885. for the purpose of receiving the new CoUrthboae, aed for the trans action of other" important business. 41A members are urgently request ed to be present. J. M. ALLISos, President W. 0. KGr KE ., Secre-tar. An oyster and frait boat arrived ere last Thursday. We learn that Page's bridge was washed away last Tuesday night. The property of delinquent tax payers will be sold ne...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 April 1885

MrC. , lotsai1 imnirove on Claibornue attaet. in a 4, in e teaown at nao Mnr, lot No. 1, in eqnare Sin the town of M Sudeville, S Alfrd, 87 7100 sre of 'aouthablf of southwest quar asso sa25, townusips range Rlm4y muell, forty acres of weuest quarter- of north quarter of section 0, township 14, $ 47. - - ,lut A, 89 89-100 acres of as-thead qtete:' of south quarter of seetien 25, town 6, range 418, 7*5. WsteWB four hundred ar of land, Doite on the by l mEctbal oh Baham, south s and now or lately belonging to SGalatesu% t by the Tehefuncta eand nesly various tracts of -1e 1$...........41 12 s i. 21888............$31 36 -1882.............32 00 r Le X, ots Noe. 17 and 18, i o. 11, in the town of Guistave, part of squares 1 S and 261, continuation o 41 66. er COhs, part of squares a8 and 261, continuation of e,$1 52. Henry, partof squares and 261, continuation of ll*, $1 66.. r tnE F, lo saoerY of Clai Lafayette and Jefferson in aquare No. 29, in the 101 5 ana im iu.h toiwn of trande R t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 April 1885

S MISCELLANEOUS. -The weleome announcement is made that papercigarettes are going ou~ fashon.L-.N . . Sun. -There was an interval of nearly four years between the last two mar riages in Haverhill, N. H. - -There are in California 130,000 acres of vines, valued at $70,000. The wine product of 1884 is estimated at 15,000,000 gallons. -A Kentucky paper announces the death of four head of cattle from eat ing tobacco. Chewers should take warning.-Cicago Inter Ocean. -There copld not be a greater error than to suppose that art was the luxury of the rich, or that it was intended for - the amusement of an idle hour.-J. F. White. in Studio. -Massachusetts now pays its Gov ernor $6,000 a year. The salary was reduce to $4,000 in 1879. but restored last year, to take effect with the begin ning of this year.-Boston Jossra.a -A gateman on the New York ele vated roads receives $1.25 a day, which is incirased after he has been in the service a year. The highest wages he can ever hope to receive is ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 April 1885

* ;t &mmrnz farmcx. U The Mlesi ad ovef ment, Like the Dows from Harve, Bkould Depmood li pte p os k am d the Peor." W. i ENTZEL Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., APRIL 18,. 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. "SHALL 1l? r a" shall I do that, air? -use, , . aorll itbe hat. sir? .l7 r 11: I'm sadly in doubt. + W .oenor shall Trefuseo? of the freedom it craves. 0=I b ( ss tJher. ought I to cut her? I be ridly, or shall I be cold? ' boldly, or peep through the rer. or shall I keve gold? te sai it I May from the dinner? w111 _lPenlshmr me a faint or a sionne? q.- Weric, pray; can not at aell -r t at we are her minions. ,geý thde freedom it craves. aIle lCnece forbet r to 'upbrat us, ::, !W fauor at the verdlet of fool-r ( sile rWý.negar or shsll I eirve old -ie _a tsara S ,o the s Mawfe her minions; ift .our als of the freedom It craves. is_ t De thtmootghula, id adeaters' SI.Ivetr Maperi e in aInwNorthern SWyom e eing. or ein shet heeealae se frbe the Prarpbraur er a wh ad thmeeer d T.t a...

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