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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 September 1885

St. Mauu armatr. COVINGTON. LA., Sept. 5.1885. Mr.. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ Error One copy, one year. ..........2... 00 One copy six months. ........... 1 00 One copy three months............... 50 Summer visitors are leaving for the city in large numbers by every boat. The steamer Heroine has been withdrawn from the Lake trade, and is tied up at Old Landing. Mr. Michael Hackett, the well known Dryades street merchant and importer, makes a speci:dty of ehoice teas. See ad. on this page. Mr. J. R. Hoemer returned from abroad last Wednesday, but left for hi country villa before we had time to interview him in regard to his trip. The Marshal has been instructed to notify all persons who owe cor perpation taxes to pay up, or legal preceedings will be taken to collect the ammo. The old reliable schooner F. M. Pippo continues to arrive at the wharf every Monday, with the regularity of a clock, and is doing a good freight business. Miss Carrie Mortee presented us...

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. — 5 September 1885

COVINGTON. LA., Sept. 5. 1885. Mrsm. & V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KEN.TZEL ....... EDTOr ,a i Junal i t. a lnyuli -"UED EVERY SATURDAY VENIRE. slate of Louisiana, Parish of 8t. Tam msny--Eighteenth Judicial District Court. Jarors drawn for the first week of the October term. A.. D. 1885: 1 Pat Wlheb, 96 Paul Faciane SBaest Faure, 17 A L Cousin 3 s a . PPurvis, 8 Ed Welch SW I Ernest, 99 N Quave l B Boesier, 30 D M Loyd SAlfred Smith. 31 J M Yates 7 .Jao T Mnach, 3S Geo 8 Strain 8 B A Mitchell Jr 33 Th's H Carpenter 9 P J Dulion, 34 Calvin Tally 10 Rob t Bdon, 35 Geo 8 Cooper 11 Henry Badon, 36 Henry Page 11 Amile Vial, 37 Marcellus Crary 13 August Planche. 38 D W King 14 Angela Troullier 39 Jno W Gill s RobtWiley Jr 40 Jno C Evans 16 Henry Troullier 41 David Tally 17 Luke Allison 42 T J Fitzgerald I8Leais Stein. 43 John Schuler 19 A J GCore 4a Enooh Tally Jr 30 thos Hoover 45 Joinville Cousin I1 Wm Phillips %6 Emile Bruhl 99 Alex Bennet 47 Alex Page 2 U Alked Oits 48 Jules C...

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. — 5 September 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -A Baltimore street vender invites the liberal patronage of passers by with a sign on which is :nscriled the feeling invitation: "Kum buy or Ile bust." Baltimore American. --"If a man could only catch fish as easily as he can lie about it!" laments a Texas editor. He could, if he only understood fishing as well as he does lying.-Chicago Daily Business. -The actual number of persons en gaged in agriculture in the United States, including their families, is placed at 25,000,000, an increase of 3,000,000 since the last census.-Chicago Tribune. -During the American civil war Sve hundred horses were destroyed or ren dered useless for every twenty-four hours. The Confederate army was crippled for want of horses, while the Northern army was able to secure its supply from the Dominion of Canada. -Brooklyn Eagle. -The little *town of Lafayette. Chambers County, Ala., is taking on airs. A horn is blown at six o'clock in the afternoon as a signal for the closing of stores, and a...

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. — 12 September 1885

"The Blessings 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., SEPTEMBER 12, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 37. A SUMMER SONG. 0- lovely sunbeams, through the meadows dancing, On golden pinions. all the livelong day, la~ini young leaves, on crystal streamlets Changnrg to living gold their silver spray. Wee amorous elves, coquetting with the roses. Wooing the daisy in her grassy bed. Till the shy flower unconsciously uncloses Herdew-gemmed leaves, and blushes rosy red: Gilding gray rocks, on rugged Mountains streaming. Bidding the flowers in sheltered nooks awake. Calling young song birds from their happy dreaming, Waking the laughter of the dimpling lake! Playlng "Ho peep" amid the white buds blowing In pearly clusters on the hawthorn tree. To the round eyes of wondering childhood showing The rapid journeyinga of the wandering Shedding a halo bright on youthful tresses, Bidding y-oung hearts ...

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. — 12 September 1885

COVINOTON. LA., Sept. 12. 1885. lr. S VK. ENT7EL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ Error One copy, one year .............. 00 One copy six months. ........... 100 One eopy three months ......... so Quarterly meeting will be held today and to-morrow. Sept. 12 and 183. at Parker's school-house, .Elder B. S Rayner presiding. Sheriff Cook and family have moved in from their summer resi dence in the country, and oecupy their former residence, opposite the Courthouse. Mr. A. F. Parker, formerly of Covington, but at present merchan dising in the thriving town of Hat tieeburg, Miss., paid as a pleasant visit last Tuesday. Mr. Chas. Heintz, our efficient postmaster, will frnish us with a list of the letters remaining in his office every Friday, which we will publish for the information of the public. The Stage Drivers' Association will give a grand banquet at Mrs. E. Domergue's restaurant this aft ternoon. We tender our thanks for an invritation, but "pressing" businees will prevent our b...

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. — 12 September 1885

$t. Wammuray Qaumtr. OOVINGTON. LA.. Sept. 12. 1885 Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL .....EDr'ror Oneoopy. one year ...........2 o One copy aix months. ........... I 4n Oaeoopy throe month.s........... C, School Notice. all Mary Kela's Schbool, located in oea of the most healthy sections of Cov lagsa, will be reopened on Monday, Ag. 31,-188.L Solicits a continuance o patronage usually extended to the ueltastioe.. (an also take a limited umber of boarding scholars. Terms aodemlae Apply to M. 1. KELLAR. Covington, La. VENIRE. State of Louisiana. Parish of St. Tam meaa-Eighteenth Judicial District CourL aJuror drawn for the first week of the October term. A. D. 1885: 1 Pat Weleh, 26 Paul Faciane 2 Ernest Feare, 27 A Coasin 3 Ira E. Purvis, 28 Ed Welch 4 W E Ernest, 29 N Quave 5 E Bossier, 3i D M Lord 8 Alftrd Smith, 31 J M Yates 7 Jno T Mlnach, 32 Geo 8 Strain 8 B B Mitchell Jr 33 Th's H Carpenter 9 P J Dulion. 34 Calvin Tally 10 Robt lBadon. 35 Geo S Cooper 11 Henry Bado...

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. — 12 September 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -At the annual sheep-shearing in Vermont the heaviest ram's feece weighed twenty-eight pounds thirteen ounces, and the heaviest ewe's fleece twenty-one pounds nine ounces. This, it is claimed, exceeds the record at any public shearing.-Boston Journal. -A woe-begone looking specimen ot humanity, telling wonderful stories about being captured in the mountains of Syria 2.50 years ago, shedding sic sets of teeth, etc.. and claiming to be the veritable Wandering Jew, has been doiag up Winston, N. C.-Charleston (S. V.) ,ws. -A man named Selig Voitcjtmnotev zky applied to a New York court the other day for the privilege of dropping the last twelve letters out of his name. He based his plea upon sanitary and economical reasons, and the court granted his prayer. His name is now Mr. Selig Voit, and he has our con gratulations.-- y. Sun. -A Providence Journal correspond ent recalls that Nathaniel Hawthorne once attended a Bowdoin alumni ban quet at which he was expected to speak...

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. — 19 September 1885

&.mmaug farmer. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Bich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SEPTEMBER 19, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 38. HER WAY TO SAY "NO." My sweetheart sat knitting. "My darling.' said I. "I have had a most beautiful dream." She feigned not to hear me and made no re said simply: "rIm tyrning the se." Ireached for'the knltttng-a mesh of soft white. That she held in her fingers so small; But she sad: "Don't disturb me, I'm busy to night I'm knitting a sock for a doll." "JDon't tease me so, darling," I pettishly cr;ed; "You're just dylng to hear. I'll be bound-" But she pushed hack her curls, as she softly replied: "Just wait till I've knitted around." I waited awhile, and then closer I drew, And breaking of silence the seal. I said: "Now you're ready, let me tell it to you." She answered: "I'm setting the heeL" I smiled and I frowned, sad looked up at the clock, Regretting that so...

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. — 19 September 1885

al Jm d it S, Timmsany OOVINGTON. LA., Sept. 19. 188.5. See "Letter List," in another column. Awmvaxs.--At the residence of $Mr. WC. . Morgan, last Saturday, a daughter; and at Mr. P. J. Du lion's, last Monday, a son. Our genial friend, Mr. Al*. H. Isaacson, of New Orleans, whohas been spending some days at Abita Springs, left for the city last Wed needay. We have devoted considerable space this week to the subject of ramie, or China grass. If any of our readers have experimented in its cultivation, we would like to hear from them. There was a pleasant gathering of young folks at the summer resi dence of Mrs. Wunderlich last night, and the guests were happily entertained by the hostess and her charming daughter, Miss Tillie. They will leave for the city next week. On Wednesday last Miss Victoria (luenard, of New Orleans, who has been a guest of the Misses Freder ick, of Covington, departed for her home in the city, leaving behind her many admiring friends, whom she has deservingly w...

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. — 19 September 1885

NOVINGTOq. LA.,'Sept 19. 1885. Vu. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietrees -W. G. KENTZEL....... .Error 4 School Notice. Miss Mary Kellar's School, located in .ne of the most healthy sections of Cov gteo, will be reopened on Monday, Aug. 31, 1885. Solicits a continuance of patronage usually extended to the lnasttutioa. Can also take a limited *umber of boarding scholars. Terms Mnapply M. M. KELLAB SCovington, La. VENIRE. of Louisiana, Parish of t8 Tam 'r many-Bighteenth Judicial District Court. J..ors drawn for the first week of the October term. A. D. 1885: 1 Pat Welch, 26 Paul Faciane 2 Ernest Faure, 97 AL Cousin 3 Ia E. Purvis, 28 Ed Welch $ WE Ernest, 29 N Quave B E Bossier, 30 D M Loyd 6 Alfred Smith, 31 J hi Yates 7 Jno T Munsech, 32 Geo S Strain 8 B R Mitchell Jr 33 Th's H Carpenter 9 P J Dnlion, 34 Calvin Tally 10 Bobt Badon, 35 G(eo S Cooper 11 Henry Badon, 36 Henry Page 12 Amile Vial, 37 Marcellus Crary 13 August Planche, 38 D W King 14 Angela Troullier 39 Jno W Gill 15 Robt Wiley Jr ...

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. — 19 September 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -A dog supposed to be rabid gnawed a plum tree in Georgia recently, and the owner, being somewhat timid about eating or selling the fruit, had it shaken to the ground. -Seven hundred thousand quilts are sent from a Connecticut quilt manufac tory each year to warm the Southern and Western States. Mexico, Canada, the West Indies, and even the different cities of the South American States- Hartford Post. --It has been decided in Ohio that the husband is the legal owner of his wife's clothes. So absolutely is the power in vested in the husband that one man, who wished to deed his wife's clothes to her. could not legally make the transfer. -Cleveland Leader. --In the largest library in the world, in Paris. there is a Chinese chart of the heavens made about 600 years before Christ. In this chart 1,460 stars are found to be correctly inserted, as cor roborated by the scientists of the present day. -Recently a Government transport, with a full crew, many wounded soldiers and ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 September 1885

$t. nammang farmer. "The Bleasing of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. O. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SEPTEMBER 26, 1885. VOL. XI. THE OLD ORCHARD. ta memory's balls some p'etures dwell, With dear associations blest; Whatever be our treasures there This stands apart from all the rest With some it is a face, a dower, A glor'ous day, a sunset hour, A somethlng that's beyond compare; But unto me the one most far Is of a grey old orchard sweet. With bloom leaves scattered at my feet, Wth robins flitting through the trees, And music from the bumming bees. It was my childhood's playing ground. And of It brightest memories come, My brothers and my sisters dear Played in it round our happy home; When all our little tasks were done The orchard echoed with our fun; And robin gay, now gone to rest. Tuned up his throat, with ruined erst,B But wo.dering hushed, in mute surprise SWhle listening to the merr' cries l...

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. — 26 September 1885

'i. &uzmaq canarc. Ouid Jarel , thuaJ y riz ".ra. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ Eor COVINGTON. LA., Sept. 26, 1885 One copy, one year............. 00 One copy six months .......... 1 00 )ne copy three months........... 50 The game law will expire next Wednesday night, at 12 o'clock. We have received several com munications, but could not make room for them this week. Mr. Jules Maille has 1908 acres of land for sale, on both sides of the Abita river. See advertisement. There was an enjoyable meeting of the "Rosebuds" last Monday night, at the residence of Mrs. Mortee. After a few days of pleasant wea ther, we are again having "more rain,' which will put a stop to cot ton picking for the preeens. Rev. Robert Moore, a Methodist minister, and Principal of the High School at Franklinton, Washington parish, died at Biloxi, Miss., last Thursday night. Mr. Louis Bernard offers his iarm for sale. It is in a good neighb 'orhood, and easily accessible from Jovington, b...

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. — 26 September 1885

M: S.- V. KENT7ZEL, Proprietress W. • KENTZEL........ E,i or CO`,IN iTON. LA.. Sept. 2:', 1885 * School Notice. Mis. Mary Kellar's School, located in one of t:.e most healthy sections of Cv ingto, nill be reopened on Monday. Aug. 31, 1885. Solicits a continuance of p trori:ge usually extended to the Institut1':.. Can also take a limited numbe'r of boarding scholars. Terms rnoderate. Apply to M. . KELLAR, Covington, La. VENIRE. State of Touilasia. Parish of St. Tam many--Eightseeth Judicial District Court. Jarorr irrawn for the first week of the October te:m. A. D. 1885: 1 Pat W eloh, 26 Paul Paciane 2 Ernest Faare, 27 AL Cousin 3 Ira E. Purris, 28 Ed Welch 4 W E Franest. 29 N Quave 5 E Bossier, 30 D M Loyd 6 Alfre.i Smith. 31 J M Yates 7 Jno " ..nach, 32 Geo S Strain 8 B It M1 it: ell Jr 33 Tb's H Carpenter 9 P J "l' ion, 34 Calvin Tally 1t) Lobt B.e.toa, 35 (Ceo 8 Cooper 11 Henry l;.don, 36 Henry Page 12 Am.ile V: J. 37 Marcellus Crary 1 A i. 1" I'lanche, 38 D IW King 14 A :.;.. Tr...

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. — 26 September 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -Ice cream and iced drinks have made the American stomach what it is --A cavrty which produc-s cramps. headaches and several sorts of fever, to say nothi. g of bad temper.-Detroit --Beef is now slaughtered in Omaha for the eastern markets. The first car load from that point reached Boston a few days ago, making its 2.000 miles' journey in six days in excellent c3ndi tion.-Boston Journal. -The last remaining toll-house on the old Philadelphia turnpike was torn down last week, and for the first time in fifty years the great thoroughfare be tween Philadelphia and Pittsburgh was open its entire length without charge to the public.-Philadelphia Tines. -The Hawaiian Gazette tells how a native of Hilo came to his death while endeavoring to kill a fish he had just caught. He placed it in his mouth to bite it. according to custom, when it slipped down his throat, and, as it was too big to be swallowed and the ex panded fins torbade its removal, the fisherman was choked to deat...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 October 1885

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Kemn, Should Descend Alik upon the Rioh and the PoorI ' W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., OCTOBER 3, 1885. VQL. XI.-NO. 40. CONDENSED ROMANCE. "Duck? Dovel" Young love. Die cast: cings fast. "Non sedt" Must wed. Parents kick, Lovers stick. "Can not be! !" "We shall see!!:" Bright night; Seek flight. Church found; Grist ground. Folks come: Struck dumb. "Too late!" Fixed fate. First year, Skies clear. Years two. Rather blue. Years three. Jamboree. Spats: sport: Divorce court, Groom, bride Untied. Hearts crack, Jill, Jack Trot back. -L E. Joesa. nt JuJg. MY WINNY. How I Won a Wife Amid the Ocean's Surges. Stranger to Canada, I think you said? First visit to Ontario? Well, you're heartily welcome to Indian Creek. Take a chair on the piazza t:ll dinner's ready -we dine early in these new-world parts. Fine farm? Well, yes; Indian Creek is a nice place, If I do own it. All, as far as you can see-grass-land, corn fiel...

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. — 3 October 1885

Oal Jomrl of k Tammany ui Mrf. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDTor One copy, one year.... ..........$2 00 One copy six months. ........... 1 00 COVINGTON. LA.. OctL 3, 1885 New syrup has been received in the New Orleans market, from StL Mary parish, and sold at 73 pents per gallon. There has been a general bom bardment "all along the line," since Thursday morning, when the law for the protection of game expired. One month of the oyster season has passed away, without any unu anal occurrence on the river, and the only arrivals have been the regular packets. The marriage has just been an nounced of Daniel Browne and Miss Margaret Hilton Belden, which event occurred in Jefferson pirish on the 24th of last June. The St. Tammany, Lake Shore and New Orleans Railroad Com pany is still-very still We have heard nothing in regard to this im portant enterprise lately. Deputy Sheriff W. H. Cook es eorted Jim Batiste, Chief of the Choctaw Indians, to jail yesterday, abharged...

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. — 3 October 1885

It. &aIaU ranU. Uil Jsmul.I It h ay 1ai VENIRE. Itate of Louisiana, Parish of St. Tam many-Eighteenth Jtdioial District Court. Jurora drawn for the frst week ofthe Oetober term. A. D. 1885: 1 Pat Welch, 26 Paul Faciane 2 Ernest Faure, 27 A L Cousin SIra E. Purvis, 28 Ed Welch 4 WE Ernest, 29 N Quave SE Boasier, 30 D M Loyd 8 Alfred 8mith. 31 J M Yates 7 Jno T Munsch, 32 Geo 8 Strain 8 B R Mitchell Jr 33 Th's H Carpenter 9 P J Dulion, 34 Calvin Tally 10 Bobt Badon, 35 Geo 8 Cooper 11 Henry Badon, 36 Henry Page 19 Amile Vial, 37 Marcellus Crary 13 August Planebe, 38 D W King 14 Angela Troullier 39 Jno W Gill 15 Bobt Wiley Jr 40 Jno C Evans 18 Henry Tro'llier 41 David Tally 17 Luke Allison 42 T J Fitzgerald 18 Louis Steine 43 John Schuler 19 A J Core 4a Enoch Tally Jr 90 Thos Hoover a5 Joinville Cousin 91 Wm Phillips ,6 Emile Bruhl 22 Alez Bennet 47 Alex Page 2B Alfred Gits 48 Jules Cahier 4 John 8Slade 49 W H Davenport 95 John Terrence 50 Wm Gaines I hereby oertify the above to be...

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. — 3 October 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -Alaska pays a greater revenue to the General Government, in proportion to the population, than any Territory now or heretofore in existence in the United States.-Chicago Herald -Two young men, one of whom was disguised as a woman and passed as the other's wife, have been reaping a har vest from charitable citizens of Stockton. Cal., by their.pitiful tale of destitution. -San Francisco Chronicle. --At Seneca Falls, N. Y., the largest single electric light ever produced was recently placed on exhibition. It was 50,000-candle power, and placed on a tower at a height of seventy-five feet it lighted up the whole village.-Btfaie -xzpres. -As two men were fishing in a mill pond at Valatie, Columbia County, N. Y., the other day, they saw a crocodile about six feet long crawl into the water. It was put into the pond six years ago, when small. -One of the greatest puzzles to the observing spectator who watched the Toungsters playing Copenhagen at the children's jubilee was to ...

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. — 10 October 1885

St. amnman fantiner. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Haven, Bhould Desoend Alike upon the Eioh and the " W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., OCTOBER . 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 41 A HAMMOCK HORROR. Softly she Is sanging, Sweet and low. In a hammock swinging To and fro. JuSt a yard above her Hangs a worm. Wriggling under cover- See him squirm! Now the maid sings louder. Strong and high; Nothing doth o'ercloud her Life's bright sky. Soon the worm gets weary, Loses grip; Like a bummer beery, Down doth slip. Maiden's mouth is open In a worm goes! I ! ! U' m ?e? Just at present no pen Tells her woes. Still the hammock's swinging Overhead; Hushed the maiden's singing Worm is dead! --. Y. MorningJournwL " DIAMOND DECEPTIONS. Some of the Tricks Resorted to by Swindlers. Persoas Not Experts Taken n by 'Namer oes Clever Devices-8ome Famous Cases-Other lnterestlag Talk About Gems and Their Wearers. "Is there a large amount of imposi tion at present in your busi...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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