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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 August 1885

INGETON. IA.. Ant. 1. 1885 _- .D EVERY SATURDAY S. V KENTZEL, Proprietress . KENTZEL ....... Enrror UBSCRIPTION RATER .opy, one year ..............$2 00 opy six months. ........... 1 00 :opy three months........... 50 The acreage of cotton this )ear is e largest ever known-18,000,000 :rob. Mr. Jules Herbalin, of Lewis burg, has a lot of cypress shingles for sale. See advertisement. Circuit Court met and adjourned last Monday. There was only one catse on the docket, which was set tied by compromise. The funeral of Gen. Grant will take place next Saturday, the 8th inst. He will be buried at River side Park, New York City. There are 124,000 miles of rail roads in the United States, or seven times as many miles as there are in the United Kingdom of Great Britain. The President has appointed Capt. Reuben B. Pleasaute, of New Orleans. to be United States Marshal of the Easte~ District of Louisiana. An Italian living i Cypremort, St. Mary parish, La., was bitten by a fly, and charbon resen...

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. — 1 August 1885

$t. ramnzmag armnra. OOVDNGTON. IA., Aug. 1, 1885 ELECTION NOTICE. Whereas, it is provided, by an act of .t Ocneral Assembly of the State of LJaisiana, entitled "An act > incorpor atsthe town ofMandeville, St Tamnmany sh La., approved March 14, 1t40. an election shall be held on the &sd Monday in August of each year, the qualified electors of said town. for purpose of electing one Mayor and Awe Aldermen of said town at large, to earve as such for the ensuing twelve meaths thereafter, and it being the detyr of the Clerk of the Court of said pavsh, under said act, to call said elee Wow, therefore, I Wmin C. Morgan, Clark of the Eighteenth Judicial District Conat for the Parish of St. .Tammany, la., in compliance with the third section of said aset, do issue this notice, notify lag ll persons concerned to hold said election, on MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1885, being the second Monday of said month, with the view of electing the above named oAcers; and said election to be conducted, and ...

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. — 1 August 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -A New York man advertises troches for dogs which are guaranteed to make the breath of poodles and pugs as sweet as Deademonia's. -Disease itself may be a blessing, for it appears that in Philadelphia "interesting eases" hire themselves out to clinical lecturers at from twenty-five cents to two dollars, according to the "instructiveness of his malady." Philade4lpia Praus. -Germany has contributed to the world artificial cheese made of one part oleomargarine and two parts skimmed milk, mixed to the consistencyofcream and subjected to the usual process of manufacturing the genuine article. The Yankee manufacturer of spurious prod acts is not alone bad. --A Spartansburg (S. C.) yomglad advertises in the local paper for a hus band. She deeiribes herself " young and pretty, charming and witty, petite and piquante." Either there are no young men in Spartansburg or the damsel has overrated her charms. Ckicago finres. -Two negroes of Wheeling. W. Va.. had an affair of honor t...

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. — 8 August 1885

01. bamnmanag farmcr. "The Blessings of Sovernment, Like the Dews from Hemven, Should Deeoend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." WV. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 8, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 32. A FOREST HYMN. The glowing sun is r:ding high Amid the arches of the sky, Dreamy air lies still No sound disturbs the leafy glade Save that by busy woodbill made Upon some ancient trunk, decayed Calm broods o'er vale and hilL In such an hour I love to stray From haunts of tailing men away, 'Mid forest depths profound; There, In a bliss of solitude. Where no dull cares of earth Intruade. And Nature breathes sweet quietude The grand old trees around The heart by daily cares oppressed, The wearied spirit andeth rest, As, pillowed on the sod. With nought above but leaf and sky, And loving look of Heavenly Eye, Perchance with angels hovering nigh, . I dream of Nature's God. --Edward K. Richards, i. kurant. "STABSPANGLED BANNER." The Thrilling Event Which In spired This ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 August 1885

OOVINOTON. LA., aug. 8. 1885 iSEUE EVERY SITURDAY Mrs. S. . K TRZ ,.r Proietkese W. G. KENTZEL ....... F.ror i Juolwd It hLany h!M 8UBSCRIPTION RATER Onae opy. one year.............. 00 Oae oopy si months. ........... 1 00 One copy three moeaths ........... 6 Mr. Charles Heintz, our new Postmaster, took possmeion of his offce last Monday. It is con veniently loeated, adjoining his store, and the oeffice is attractively and conveniently arranged. Aeording to the recent as.es ment, the number of edueable chil drea in the parish, between the agesof 6 and 18 years, is as fol lows: White-Male, 467; female, 464. Colored -Male, 152; female, 146. Total, 1229. There was a pleasmat gatheing of the "Bosebods" at Mrs. Mo-; tee's last Thursday night, the smnusment eoamsting of voeal and instrumental musi, dancing, et., and boies refreshments were served. As usual, on these oca -ons, all prement had "a vetr ples ant time." Mr. John T. Masoeb, proprietor of the Live Oak Place vineyard, presented a...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 August 1885

COVINOTON. LA., Aug. 8. 1885 LSSBUED EVERY 8&TURDAV X e& . KENT7I IL, Proprietress W. G. kENTZEL ........ lEaror RLM Boarman n. John 0. Kope'. The State of Louisianas Parish of St. Tsamany-Eighteenth Judicial Dis triet court By virtue of an order ofuse reand sale from the honorable aforesaid court. and to me directed, bearing date Ji.l: 2o, 485, I will proceed to sell at public emotion, atthe door of the Courthouse, in the town of Covington, parish and State aforemaid, on SATURDAY, the 5th day of September. 1885, between legal sale houas, the followlngdescrnbed property, to-wit: Two certain lots of ground, together -with all the buildings and improve ments thereon, situated in the town of Mandeville. parish of St Tammany, State of Lousiana. Said lots are in square No. 27, and bounded by Lake, Adear. Coffee and Jefferson streets, and designated by the letters "E" and "F," on a particular sketeh thereof annexed to an act passed in the office of A. E. Blenvenue, notary public, ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 August 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -A Pennsylvania court has dec deld that, as elections are not under the common law, bets thereon are not for. feit -I-Yiladelpldia Press. -Enough land in the United States is owned by foreign syndicates to fur nish 250.000 families with eighty acres of land apiece.--Troy Times. --The Odd Fellows of Maine have a membership of 14,656. and since their organization in the State, in 1843, have paid for individual rel'ef $~77.323. -"How can I find out all about the young lady to whom I am engaged?" asks a prospective benedict. Has she a younger brother? If so, consult him.- Deslon Punt. -Large quantities of timber are now creosoted at the West, in a special manner, for railroad purposes, the effect being to increase the tenacity of the wood for holding spikes, etc., as well as its density. and its ability to re s st mechanical wear.--Ckeago Jour nal. -A gentleman who imagined that he recognized a lady friend, advanced cor dially, and addressed her: "I beg par don," he said,...

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. — 15 August 1885

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Bhould Deascend Alike upon the Bih and the Poor." W. . KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 15, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 33. . DOWN TO THE SEA. I know not what its course may be Down from the mountain tothe sea: The spring l know, alone and still, Where bu bles forth a little rill. The Ckl'r, brown streamlet well I know. ma now its hurrying waters fow. -At first the grasses turnto make A softer runnel for its sake; Theeareless buttercup looks down And sends a petal to the town. As. whisp'ring to the happy day, The brook sets forth upon its way. Farther, bright pebbles line its bed And gleam and glance beneath its tread It rushes through the alder shade Nor loiters for the open glade. Down swift cascades it dies and singl Shakes the white spray In airy wings; Then, plunging, with a deepened roar, Through the cleft rock its waters pour. 'The solid basin far below Is hollowed wide beneath its low. Here for a spac...

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. — 15 August 1885

t Sammany garmer. COVINGTON. LA., Aug. 15, 1885. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress' W. G. KENTZEL......... Eror Ohisi Jml of S Tammany rih SUBSCRIPTION RA TES One copy,. one year.............$2 00 One copy six months. ...........I o00 One capy three months..... ...... 50 We have had very heavy rains again this week, and vegetation suffers in consener.ce. Our genial and distinguished friend, Col. Jas. Lingan. of New Orleans, is staying at Mulberry Grove Hotel. Ihe prospectm of the new Exposi tion are highly flattering. Many of the finest exhibits of the first Exposition were permitted to re main, and hundreds of new appli pations for space have been re ceived. As a matter of course, the Louisiana exhibit will be a promi sent feature, anl we would like to see an organized effort to secure a creditable display from our parish. We are glad to note the fact that some of our readers are taking an interest in matters and things, and sending in their communications. Thi...

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. — 15 August 1885

St. Sammaan Aarmrr. OOVINGTON. LA., Aug. 1F, 1885. sUED EVERY SATURDAY EL MI. Boarmran vs. John C. Koper. T'he State of Louisiana, Parish of St. Tammany-Eighteenth Judicial Dis trict court. By virtue ofan order of seizure and sale from the honorable aforesaid court, and to me directed, bearing date Jul. 20, 1885. I will proceed to Pell at public auction, at the door of the Courthouse, in the town of Covington, parish and State aforesaid, on SATURDAY, the 5th day of September. 1885, between legal sale hours, the following described property, to-wit: Two eertain lots of ground, together with all the buildings and improve ments thereon, situated in the town of Mandeville, parish of St. Tammany, State of Louisiana. Said lots are in square No. 27, and bounded by Lake, Adear, Coffee and Jefferson streets, and designated by the letters "E" and "F," on a parlcnlar sketch thereof annexed to an act passed in the office of A. E. Bienvenue, notary public, in the city of New Orleans. Aug. 15, 18...

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. — 15 August 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -A young man In New Haven has a collection of 7,000 birds' eggs, em bracing nearly 2,000 varieties. -There are said to be twenty-five thousand lawn tennis players within a radius of ten miles of New York. -Cabal is pronounced Kawble; Mert is Mahriv; Herat is Herrht: Kirrachee is K'rahchy: and the accent of Afghan istan is on the second syllable. In all of these words the "a" is pronounced as in "'ah."-Chicago Herald. -The tropical gooseberry, which is cultivated in Florida, grows on a hand some tree from ten to fifteen feet in height. The fruit is rather smaller than the Siberian crab apple, and the shape a flattened globe. It contains one hard seed. The fruit is only mod erately valuable, but the tree is orna mentaL--N. I. Tribune. -A certain father in Middletown as tended one of the meetings Sunday with his i.tte ,on. When it was announced that the collection would be taken the father gave the boy money for that purpose, but what was his astonishment when the box wa...

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. — 22 August 1885

"The Blessings of Goverument, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Dusemi Alik ups the 11B std the Peet." W. Q. UNTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 22, 1885.. VOL., XI.-NC.3 VERY TRUE, SO MAY YOU. e.br. r hayo. yu say you want a wife a. womra true in every way. 'Who does her dug? svery day; Whose love is stt o and good and puri, A love that win d holds secure; A wife that will not scold and fret And make you wish you ne'er had met; Lose presence a shltnig light: whose eounsel g des and keeps you right; who tries to please In little thins. Adm to your home rare eomfort rings; A woman who knows how to mind B. a own business, that's the kind; Who loves her home id stays rriht there Ad does not run'run everywhere 'I spsip and to idly chat setell the neighbors this or that; hwhen you re troubled, cheersyou up, And sweetens every bitter cup; Who, when you're sick, will nurse you through, As only loving handi can do. Young man, takemy advice In this, I you're in searh o...

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. — 22 August 1885

t. Wammanq ýaa?. COVINGTON. LA., Aug. 22, 1885. Hras . V. KENTZEIL, Proprietreess W. G. KENTZEL ........ Error thid hnm l d8 haw.n Fi There was a delightful soiree at the Bossier House last Monday aight. We have had rain again every day this week, and the prospects fo- a few days' m rain am highly fattering. Use Rogere'liniment for the bites of insects, sting, fresh cuts, sores earache, et. Price. 25 cents per bottle. ee advertisemennt. The meams- of ifty -courting gentlemen will be found in another column, nuder thelhed of "Venire." The courting w0il bleg1 on the Uirid Monday in Otober. The Courthouee needs a new fence around it, and the grounds need cleaning up and beautifying. This would be a-good time to give an entertainment and ball for that purpoe. There wil be grand "Cake Walk" at the colored chureb, to-, night and Monday night, for the purpose of raising funds to build a new fence around the church. Ad mission, 10 eenta Last Mooday Oscar .Eugene, colored, while handling a 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. — 22 August 1885

" 1.3:---1-:1:'.'= Ii ;i.I t " r. SI Boul-K n VL. Ji.ohn . lhope. Th,1 State of lonixisi;ua Parish of St. 'I "Hna l Eite t Jicial i: : -'t"I '.f .aI order ofeeizure and sie S - .l-o,-d, nfresaid court, anti S, hearing date J.l| 2", -,. . -... wreed, to ehil at public : : t "'lor of the Courthouse, in : ovington, parish and Stl.te 1 . ""i S rTITRDlY, the 5th day ! .t".ier 1885, between legal ale L .,irs the following des.nbed property, : -it: I n'w certain lots of-ground, together with all the buildings and improve mens t !,erten. satutated in the town of Manietille. parish of St. Tammanyv State of louisiana. Said lots are in square No. 27, and bounded by Lake, .Alear, (Coffee and Jefferson streets, an designated by the letters "E" and "F," on a particular sketch thereof annexed to an act passed in the office of 'A. E. Rienvenue, notary public, in the city of New Orleens. Aug. 15, 1873; said lots adjoin each other, and measure each, in American measure, one hundred and twoeatt- seve...

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. — 22 August 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -An Arizona man has stopped tak ing an agricultural paper. He wrote to the editor asking how to get rid of gnats. The answer came in the next issue of the paper, '"kill them."--N. Y. T2riWbee. -Catherine Pussey was struck by a stone from a quarry blast at Elvington and instantly kil;ed. That shows the error of the popular belief that a pussy cat has nine lives.-Binghamton Re publican. -The hog-pen should be always lio erally bedded with straw, not only where the pigs sleep but the yard out side, where they run. Unless this yard is well bedded much of the liquid ma nure will be lost.-Prairie Farmer. -Newfoundland has a population of 193,000. In 1874. when the preceding census was taken, it had a population of 161,374. During the time the Cath olics have increased in numbers sixteen per cent. and the Protestants thirty-one per cent. -A bicycler fell from his machine in the early part of a twenty-mile race in New Haven a few days ago, and broke his wrist, but he didn't d...

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. — 29 August 1885

__ :anmmanp farmer. "The Blesinp of Government, Like the Dews froa Rfesen, Shlld Debenhd Alike p the Rich ad the Poor." W. O. RENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 29, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 36. NEBUL.OUS PHILOSOPHY. he c e from Ocord's classic shades, on And R Bm's throne she sat, lA aRe hariate arguments to prove, in The "nes f the Wherefore. and the Thsamess of the That. ,e scorned ignoble subjects-esoh grovel ing hoasehold care But turned her lofty soul to prove the Aril nes of Air. And twisted skeins of logi 'round the What. ness of the Where. To lower natures leaving the dollars, and the sense, he soared above the level of commonplace And mouldl treatir es which prove the That ness of the Thence. Her glorl u purpose to reveal the Think ilaless of Thought, To trace each line by Somewhat on the Some ow's eurface wrought. ~ . picture forms of Whynot's from the whatnot's meaning caught; To cultivate our spirits with the Whyrfott elassie flow, To benefit the There...

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. — 29 August 1885

COVINGTON. LA., Ang. 29 1885. Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDITor cal Jenal of It Tam y AUih ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY UBRSCRIPTION RATES One copy. one year..............2 t00 One copy six months .......... 1 00 One copy three months........... 50 Oysters "R" in season on and after next Tuesday. Miss Mary Kellar's school, for boys and girls, will be re-opeired on Monday next, the 31lt inst. A farm, one mile above Abita Springs. containing 84 acres, and 25 bearing pecan trees, is offered for sale. See advertisement. Mr. Aucoin is going to leave Us in a week or ten days. He offers his span of ponies, Jersey wagon and double set of harness, for sale cheap. We regret to learn that Mr. S. B. Staples is on the sick list. He has been confined to his room for sev eral days. Dr. Tebault is attend ing him. We wish him a speedy recovery. There will be a grand "Cake Walk" at the colored church, to night and Monday night, for the purpose of raising funds to build a new fen...

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 August 1885

VENIRE. State of Louisiana, Parish of St. Tam many-Eighteenth Judicial District Court. Jurors drawn for the first week of the October term. A. D. 1885: 1 Pat Welch, 20 Paul Faciane S Ernest Faure, 27 A . Counsin 3 Ira E. Purvis, 28 Ed Welch 4 WE Ernest, 29 N Quave 5 E Bossier, 30 D 1M Lord AlVfred Smith, 31 J I Yates 7 Jno T Munsch, 32 Geo R Strain 8 B B Mitchell Jr 33 Th's H Oarpenter -9 P J Dulion, 34 Calvin Tally 10 Robt atdon, 35 Geo 8 Cooper 11 Henry Badon, 36 Henry Page 12 Amile Vial, 37 ifarcdilus Crary 13 August Plancbe,38 D W King 14 Angela Troullier39 Jno W Gill 1S Bobt Wiley Jr 40 Jno ( Evans 36 Henry Tronllier 41 David Tally 17 Luke Allison 42 'r J Fitzgerald 18 Louis Steine 43 John Sclbll'r .19 A J Core 4t EnocUh Tally Jr O rbosa Hoover a5 Joitville Cousin 11 Wm Phillips %6 Enile iBruhl 22 Ale Bennet 47 Alex Page 25 Alfred Gits 48 Jules Oahier 1 John tilade 49 W H Davenport 5b John Terrence 50 Wm Gaines I hereby certify the above to be a true and corrmet list of jurors ...

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 August 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -In Sinaloa, Mexico. a woman is be ing exhibited who is seven feet high and weighs five hundred pounds. She is as young as she is charming, being only twenty-six years of age. She was bore in Pachuca.-Chieago Times. -Chief Chemist Bradley, of the Brooklyn Health Department, has dis covered pickle manufacturers who use copper sulphate, or blue vitriol. in color ing pickles. Three small pickles are equivalent to a dose of sulphate ot copper.-Brooklyn Eagle. -In the city of Trinidad, Mex., a hen has died which, according to her owner's statement, first saw the light in 1857. Maria Francisco, her owner, has rTe ceived from her since then 6,371 chickens, of which 2,427 grew up to be hens, -Big fish swim the waters :.f the Pacific coast. The Port Townsend Argos says that a halibut was recently caught in Scow Bay by an Indian which weighed 202 pounds and was six feet eight inches long, three feet ten inches wide and fourteen inches thick. -The total annual catch of menhaden ...

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. — 5 September 1885

Btammanp farmer. "The Blesdinge of Government, Like the Dews from Hasven, Should Descend Alike upon the Bich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SEPTEMBER 5, 1885. VOL. XI.--NO. 36. NO MORE TO ME. Alone and silent I sit In my room, When the garish light has tied, And wait to hear, through the gatherinag gloom, The footsteps of the dead. But no sound I hear, and no sight I Bee, For my love comes back no more to me. How soft the light of her tender eyes. As she smiled in her sad. sweet way: As we stood beneath the glowing skies At the close of that blissful day! That smile, when I close my ey-es. I see, But my love comes back no more to me. Too fond for kisses or warm embrace What could we do but stand, And give and take, with tender grace, The thrill of a clasping hand? That hand no more in mine shall be, For my love comes back no more to me. It love and pity go hand in hand, How quickly they may learn What grief remains fot those who stand, And ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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