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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 27 June 1885

#t. nau uag amacr. Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietreess W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDITOr COVINGTON. LA., June 27, 1885 lw anld it S azny luh, ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SURSCRIPPTION RATER One copy. one year .............. 00 One copy six months.......... 1 00 One copy three months........... 50 Weather clear and cloudy. Opposition gives life to the dear meat trade. A fine rain visited this setion last Thursday. The public schools closed this week, after a session of three months. The weather is getting too warm to wear anything except a cheerful countenance. Mr. Charles Heintz has been ap pointed Postmaster at Covington, vice Mrs. A. AM. Dumas. Mrs. Alice Tally, wife of Mr. John David Tally, died in Coving ton last Sunday evening. There were 1500 excursionists and two brass bands from New Or. leans, at Slidell, last Sunday. Mr. Damiens has moved his tar bur shop into Mr. J. E. Smith's building, formerly occupied as a drug store. First Communion services will be held by Rev. Father Aveilhe, in...

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 June 1885

S~t. awr q trr. I eO . ,Z .June 18, 1885. All s a have claims to urge amunity lately exist ing beteq nU Cgu-e4d and his deceased ffer ' n J. Smith, are requested to se e to the una dersged at And e ll p debted to the said community amr e notified that the ahfire of he ,daommunity must be closed;snd are hereby notifed -to come ferward at amoe and make pay meat, without '8eta, and thus sae eoatenad teubla . usdJ.L SMITH, ?leamenb*t >eute, of the suoces - a t ile.Uý Smithdseeased. Lan, Orac1eW OaiLsasN, La., Noi is May 27. 1885. NeMeeism hers that the follow in8 aamed Al led noUtie of hid.s tlleiMsj make Anal proof in pp ' of s erlaim, end thatU msid ibte la.d.' L udge or of the o'at Oese. ten, La..n .uth of July, 183i , viz: Aniborny L b e who made Home tead Entry l . for the nertheast lrter of the aorteh eedt qusater, and e orth adslf.ethe atheast quarter of eeotion 8, g the noerthwest quarter of the nosthwn gquarter of seoeon 9, &town"shp sot srOange II east, Loaisi -u m sdis...

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 June 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. - Four skeletons, thought to be those of Revolutionary soldiers, were found .recentiv under an oak tree in Evona, N. J. --t is estimated that not less than a thou.and men will make a regular bus iness of playing baseball professionally this summer. -Brick houses are a long-felt want in Texas, aecordilng to the San Antonio Timacs, which clhrnicles with joy the fact that preparat:ons are being made at Columbus to erect such buildings. -A modern novel has the following passage: *With one hand he held the beautiful golden head above the chil ling wave, and with the other called loudly for assistance."-s. Paul Times. -In a paper by Dr. Varick, read be fore a County Medical Association, the use of simple hot water as a dressing for wounds is strongly recommended. During an experience in its use of six years in cases of acute surgery, such as railroad accidents. etc., he has had no death from spetica'mia or primary or secondary shack.-Clereland Leader. -Since this Government...

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. — 4 July 1885

&t ammaug armer. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Deusend Alike upon the RBih and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JULY 4, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 27. A SONG OF LIFE. Make life long by noble deeds, Make it sweet by loving; Walk in paths where duty leads, Ever onward moving. Life is short in point of years, Bitter oft with sorrow; Dim we look thret mist of tears Tward the "..vad to-morrow. It were naught if this be all: ltBre;thihng. sleeping, waking: GlSam of sunshine--then a pall SHearts with anguish breaking. Were this all, oh: then at best Life's a withered flower; Sweeter far to be at rest From its blighting power. We may make it what we will. Grand in strength and beauty; And with .-heaves our bosoms ill Gleaned from fields of duty. Make life long by noble deeds, Make it sweet by loving; And as day the night succeeds. Onward we are moving. --. w. Croft, i chasdon Inter Ooe.ss A VACATION. How Rev. Mr. Elderberry ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 July 1885

,.t sammng farmer. OOVINGTON. LA., July 4, 1885. Mrr. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ..... EDITOr FATAL RUNAWAY ACCIDENT I STAMPEDE OF STAGES AT OLD LANDING LAST SATURDAY NIGHT. I f Shortly after the arrival of the steamer New Camelia at Old Land- f ing, about half-past 9 o'clock last Saturday night, the rival steamer, the Grover Cleveland, came along, t and blew her whistle, which was I answered by the New Camelia, and ( the passengers and crews of both I vessels commenced cheering. The a noise frightened the horses of the i stage drivers, and a terrible stam- r pede followed. The drivers were engaged in se curing passengers, and Mrs. Law rence Conroy ana her child, age d ten months, had entered Mr. Thos. i Cook's stage, and her mother, Mrs. A Conroy, was in the act of getting r in, when the horses suddenly start ed off and went dashing up the road, at full speed. Mr. Adolph t Frederick's team started about the I same time, running against Mr. Cook's stage, and for an in...

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 July 1885

r - - - - - - - - - - 4 9 VINGTON. LA.. July 4, 1885. LADa Orrco, Nsw Osr.nas, LA., ) June 17,1885. ) Notie. is hereby given that the follow ing named set tler bes lied notice of his intention to make final proof in sup poet of his oeats, and that said proof will be made before the Judge or in his absene the Clerk of the Distriot Court, at Ooviagto, La., on July 30, 1885, viz: PHILIP IL PROVOST, Who made Homestead Entry No. 595, or the southeast quarter of the north east quarter of easom 94, seoth balf of northwest quarter, and southwest quar ter of northeast quarter of nsotioa 21, townshIp suth range 14 eat, St. He ames the follo witnesse to prove hiseeatinu res m upot g euhlsatioa ot said laad, via: John Tally. W. P. Provest, Dixon Crawobd and Wi. Dan, all of St. 'aimmany parish I... jeT5 0 . B. Daunau. Begular. LaD 01.a05 Now Osnrwas, La, June 17. 1885. Notiee is herby given that the fol. lewinagAod settler has led notioee of his iatoa to make Anal proof in sup port of his elaSi,...

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

M ISCELLANeOUS. -A large bowlder, weighing about 1,000 tons. was loosened from the top of Shelter Hill Rock, near Bethel, Cona., by the frost and rolled down the moun tain side the other day, sweeping large trees and everything before it. The shock was felt for twenty miles around. -Hartford Couarant. -It is said that the largest grapevine in the United States grows on the prem ises of Mr. Madden, in Pike County, Ga. It is eighteen years old, is thirty-four inches in circumference at its base, is a quarter of a mile long, and yields five wagon loads of grapes.-SouAters Trade Journal -Don't take a chew of tobscco just because some of the big boys say it will make a man of you and looks smart. Chewing tobacco never did make a man, but it has been known to make a boy very sick, and will cause him to regret it many a time. It is a mighty good thing to let alone.- Texas Sifti..s. -Newspapers are appreciated in Washington Territory. The Weekly Signal, at Old Yokima, was about to remove to...

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

fS bamrnan arm r. "The Bleasings 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., JULY 11, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 28. THE CONDUCTOR'S CAROL I like to.stand by the platform guard At the end of a rushing train, To watch the rapuid interchange Of forest, hill and plain. And see the iron railn reeled off Like threads from an endless sklen. Lickety. lankety. lingr The chords of iron ring In tune with every jar Of the swiftly nmuoving car. Music and motion, well combined, Will give relief to a troubled mind. The trees and fene"s near the track Go yiving l.ackward fast, i. And houses swim in le, vel fields Until it seems at last That I alone am standing still And the world is gliding past. Clickety, clackety, clang! A bridgegoes by with a bang. The tinme to crooss its span 1i a jot in the life of man. And a span of life is much too brief To be shortened or clouded by useless grlef. A dozen hom...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 July 1885

t. eammany garmtr. COVINGTON. LA., July 11, 1885. Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ Eurror lcl Joal of It Tammu yPainh Figs are ripe. Mr. Chas. W. Bradley offers a farm for sale, on the Tchefuncta river. See advertisement. The Police Jury met last Tues day. The proceedings will be found in another column. Hon. B. F. Jonas has entered upon his duties as Collector of Customs for the New Orleans Dis trict. We have had several fine show ers during the past week, and hope they have extended throughout the parish. The Illinois Legislature haa made an appropriation of $5000 to continue its exhibits in the new Exposition. From the Pearl River News we learn that Mr. Ben Lampton, Si., is fatally ill, and his death was mo mentarily expected, on the 2d inst. Gen. Leon Jastremski, editor of the Baton Rouge Capitolian-Advo cate, will probably succeed Mr. Mer chant, as Postmaster at New Or leans. Mr. J. T. Munsch, proprietor of Live Oak Vineyard, presented us, yesterday, with ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 July 1885

. ~awuzam ;armtr. 0OOVINGTQNo LA., July 11, 1885. Mra. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ....... Eorror ,i u Jnml d IS Taany bisk ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES One oopy, one year.... ..........$S 0'( One copy six months. ........... 1 0, Onecopy three months............. 5' LaxD Orscz NEw ORLEA.s, LA., Jane 17, 1885. SNotice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler bes fled notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proot will be made before the Judge or in his abseneo the Clerk of the District Court. at Covington, La., on July 30, 1885, viz: PHILIP M. PROVOST, Who made Homestead Entry No. 5954, for the sautheast quarter of the north east quarter of section 20, south half of northwest quarter, and southwest quar ter of northeast quarter of section .1, township 8, south range 14 east, S. Helena meridian. He names the following witnesses to prove hisoontinnous residence upon and eultivation of said land, viz: John Ta...

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. — 11 July 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. --The Popular Science Monthly, after a careful invest'gat:on, concludes that the human race began about 2,000,000 years ago. -During the recent Franco-Chinese difficulty the latter country was for the first time in her long history compelled to borrow money from foreign sourse. -Newport is agitated over the condi tion of the famous old stone mill, one of the wonders of the world and a gen uine antique. The extreme cold of last winter has so badly damaged the struc ture that extensive repa:rs will be re quired to keep it from falling to the ground.-Providcnce Journal -Dr. Holmes gives a receipt for a popular novel: "Hero-heroine-papa -mamma-uncle-sister, and so on. Love-obstacles- misery - tears-des pair-glimmer of hope-unexpected so lution of difficulties-happy finale. Landscape for background according to season. Plants of each month got up from botanical calendars." -The late Schuyler Colfax, at a meet ing of the Daughters of Rebekah, in In dianapolis, last summer, ...

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. — 18 July 1885

- -- - = .. i ii i II I IIi• .. . . st. Qanm aun fiarmer. "The Bleasinge of Oovernment, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Bich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZrL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JULY 18, 1885. VOL. XI.--NO. 29. .. . ..~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ -=a i• - mm ni sa nu m i aau i i n u m n nrum. . .-.. . SLUMBERAND. My little child, with ha, ., And eyes of AprVolets, My heart is f'*c ora For the ionr- 'i n ,l rewlrtk A little Wr trey .tl must go, To-night, " . l obt' of snow; A prett'- ~1oe. through storm or fair, Sdilgtim, bound for where? i a..eld put within your hand A staf, and sandals on your feet. You would not understand me, sweet; Yet as in days of old romance, Lnknowing of their fate or chance, 'Tle pilgrims went by (;md's command, :So you will o through Slumberland. dUpon what o~ean blue and deep. Across what mountains fierce and cold With snow-wrapped summits, fold on iold, 'Or through what valley, safe and low, Will my wee hll-time travel...

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. — 18 July 1885

rL 3rnuuig dastar. COVINGTON. IA., July 18,1885. ISSUED EVERY 8ATURDAY Mrs. 8. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL....... .Eoror Eggs and chickens are scares and in demand at good prices. We lear, from the city papers. that there will be a large excursion to Covington to-morrow. Mr. Louis Matthieu has our thanks for a box of delicious Dela ware grapes sand some fine melons, received last Thursday. There will be a judicial sale at the Courthouse to-day, in the case Demorells & Cueeb a vs. Cousin & Casebs. See advertisement There have been numerous arri vals daring the past few days, sad the hotels in Covington and vicinity present an eimated appearanee. We extract the following from Auditor Steele's report of taxes coblleted for 1884: St. Tammany peridh. 88 per cent; Washington parish, O9 1-5 per cent. Bishop Williams, who strunk another colored man on the head, with a rook, at Madisonville, on JTne 80th, was armested in New.Or leans, on the 4th inst., by oMeers Qash and R...

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. — 18 July 1885

*L Sammwng"' fastr. OOVINGTON. LA., July 1', 1885. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUBSCRBIPTION BATER - One copy. one year .... ..........8 00 One copy six months. .......,... L 00 One copy three months........... sh Onrce, Nkw OarOwis, LA., June 17,1885. j Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has iled notices of his intention to make Anal proof is support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Judge or kCe of the Diarict Court, at Coving toa. Ia.. on July 30, 188~i vis: PHILIP IL PROVOST, Who mandeSomestead f.ntr No.5954, for theeontheast quarter of the north east quarter of section 20, south halt of northwest quarter, and southwest quar terof northeast quarter of section 21, township 8, south range 14 east. St. Helena meridi.n. He names the following witaesses to pese his contianous residence upon and cultivation of sait land, via: John Tally, W. P. Provost, Dixon Crawford *aA Win. Daws, all of St. Tammasy pdrish, La. jeT 5t C. B. Daar., Begisiter. Le...

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. — 18 July 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. --"No whispering allowed," is one of the rules conspicuously posted up in the sechool-room at the deaf mute institu tion, Salem, Ore. -So high-priced have been peaches for the past two seasons that five hun dred new peach orchards have been set eut in Delaware within a year. -An authority on the subject says that a dog show is called a "bench show" becanuse the cage kennels in which dogs are exhibited are located on beaches. --The oldest book in the Congres sional Library is said to be "The Olive Leaf," by one Hauser, of Georgia, a tune book concoected "for the glory ol God and the good of mankind." -A recent report on the subject states that machinery intended for the Indian market should be simple in con struction and such that if any part be broken it can be mended in any black smith shop. -The new kind of paper on which the New Orleans Picayune is printed is called bagasse, the crushed refuse of the stalks of the sugar cane. The paper is fine and soft, with almost...

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. — 25 July 1885

ZtL &nmang farmer. "The Blesings of Government, Like the Dews hom Heaven, Should Desoend Alike upon the Bih sand the Poea." W. o. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JULY 25, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 30. THE JUNE CRICKET. In the Madisea Square Park. Tented in the short green grass. While the moon shone in the sky A cricket, close to those who pamss Uttered the old familiar cry. Little heeded be the noise Of the crowded ctv" street, But blew hs flute with strident volce Unmindful of the tramp of feet. Hundreds briskly hurry by, Listless to the song they pass; No policeman stops his cry. Or orders him: "Keep or the grassr I who note the steady tune That he with such relish plays, Wonder how th a note of June Came to take the city ways. Far from native haunts withdrawn. He sings the old song at my feet The prelude of a country lawn Salutes the curious city street. RustiUc scenes are not at hand, No rippling rivulet wanders nea.r Ward it is to understand This voice in suc...

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. — 25 July 1885

OOVINOTON. LA.. July 25, 1885. ISJUED EVERY SATURDAY Mrs. 8 V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ Eorror Uil hawl df t. hainy luiih SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy. one year..............$2 00 One copy six months. ........ i 0o Oneoopy three months ......... 50 Mr. W. C. Warren, Parish Treas urer, will leave in a few days on a abort visit to Western Texas. We learn that Mr. T, G. D. Rich ardson killed a bear, weighing 350 pounds, on Pearl River, one day last wee_. Our hotels and summer roosrts are all well filled, and the stage drivers appear to be doing a good busnainess. Mr. Joe. Sebeck, in charge of the Norman place, brought in the boss watermelon last week. It weighed 47 pounds. The steamers New Camelia and Grover Cleveland are crowdld with excursionists every Wednes day and Sunday. Rev. Dr. Palmer, of New Or. leans, visited Covington last Thurs day evening, and held services in the Presbyterian Church. A Sixteenth Section, Public School Land, will be sold at pub lie an~tio...

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. — 25 July 1885

ouQmatQILj.. Jey s, 1885. Lais Ow., N, Ommm. a, June T17, 188. Wale h, beebyghes that the fellow tsag m wes ale has ade medtce . ims ietatle to maks fmal be aipaest .hs phimh. sal mM w be made besfbe e Judge , ads ee tel Os uaet, at Goeeg. tia Is. es July 189Rt. vi: Nar N the t , ll dpua /It N . lJAne Hts NLEYm MaV b .. s.s d ena y wN 5 ia. aor ad eas bal ord mel.e quara.t osg t eamok 81. 1s7,1885. Reelmes the foalwas U.S thes to guess4 b esadiaages midease. ape qr stl twa agi load, v:t: Wa. A iesake, Jamso.s: Hacera 81 Sma earyd tly, aid p.oe . ..I m Iebolelro ,lt. i cek ,,f mslat at. Nzsw O S. , La.,a Ja s 1J , i 88S . Vhalt mmle Hems d N-ty No. MdrJ_ eWlleos hiat qates ale at the ,mho. eras qumr trsem s , let atica al it is wke s Law petia asypert etlc h quatew, tud sAd ptk.xt qua, twship S. ts Jange 114 aSt -e sama the feywirm f .nas" 1e p~eh . e.lrmea e se I e* au o. md tlium ies e s£ :t laud, vi.: Jeoh ally, W. V. Provest, Dixe iw and We. Vm. Dat , ao l of at. jeST S C. B. Dam...

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. — 25 July 1885

FARM AND FIRESIDE -If an egg is added to the batter for lour gridd!e-cakes they will be surpris ingly nproved, and brown nicealy -Bathe a sprain with arnica diluted with water, and bandage with soft San nel moistened with thesame. Asprained wrist thus treated will grow well and strong in a few days.-Echange. -A correspondent wants to know what to do for an unruly cow. Cut otf her eye winkers close. This may not be a "sure plan," but I have known cows to beentirely stopped by this meth od. When the winkersgrow, cut again. -The Rural New Yorker. -Gingr Cookies: One cup of sugar. one-halfi cup of molasses, one-half cup of shortening, two-thirds cup of water, one teaspoonful each of ginger and so da, one- ourth teaspoonful of salt, and flour enough to rolL Bake in a quick oven.-The Household. -The secret of stiff shirts and collars is to have the starch worked in thor oughly while hot. Use a little kerosene in the hot starch, and just before iron ing wring through hot water which keeps ...

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

0?. a~rmnmanp farmer. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rioh and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 1, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 31. THEN AND NOW. We laughed to see the whirling snow And hear the raging tempest blow; e .reeked not of the icy blast, Ior how the storm came wild and fast Our hearts had sunny weather; Nor snow, nor hail. nor wild winds' moan. Could chill the glow around them thrown, For then we were to tether. O., sweetest word-together! I tread, in golden summer hours, A pathwaR-,trough a land of lowers, Beneath the blue of peaceful skies, With weary feet and tear dimmed eyes; I care no longer whether The days lI bright or dark, nor how The lonely time goes by, for now We wall no more together, Ah, nevermore together. -Anna E. Blsere, fn Onrrent CLIMBLING A VOLCANO. One of the Five Active Oraters in Coeta Rica. A Graphle Description of a Perilous Ad venture-A Crater Never Examined b...

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