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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 October 1885

st Wam atg tname. a l Jnld d t ht any uhi COVINGTON. LA., Oct. 10, 1885 Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proitretress W. G. KENTZEL........ Eurror One copy, one year..............$2 H0 One copy six months. ........... 1 00 One sopy three months .......... 50 D . . A. SMITH, THE DEN TIbT, Arrived from the city last Wed eesday, and can be found at the . residence of Mr. Wm. Badon. Dr. Smith is prepared to do all kinds of dsntal work, such as making n6w sets of teeth, filling, extracting, eta., at moderate prices. Persons who need the services of a skillful dentist should call on him without delay, as he will onlJ remain a few days. We learn that Mr. Colen, of Plaquemice. has purchased the Hawkins place, on the Bogus Falia, near Covington. The schooner F. M Pippo ar rived last Monday with a very large freight, and the water being low, she was late in arriving at the wharf Mr. A. A. Baudouin, an old and highly 'respected citizen of this perish, died at his residence in Mandeville, last Tuesday, the ...

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. — 10 October 1885

,t. Rammiang armta . Owil Jamil of S. T12= 1 uny COVINGTON. LA.. Oct. 10. 1885 Succession of Margaret Bahasm. Eighteenth Judicial District coart for ,he parish of St. Tuun'many--Sate of Louisiana-No. 176. Notice is hereby given, to the ereh!it ore of this estate, and to all other per sons herein interested, to show cause. within ten days from the present noti ication, if any they have or can, wiry the account filed by Gustave Dupart, testamentory executor in this estate, should not be approved and homolo gated, and the funds distributed in ac cordance therewith. By order of the court, this 2d day of October, 1885. W. C. MORGAnr, Clerk. Farm for Sale. Desiring to move to Mississisippi. I of fer my farm for sale. It is located ten miles northwest of Covington, in the well-known "'Chubby Hill" neighbor hood, and consists of 160 acres of land, with dwelling, outhouses, etc. Partly under cultivation, in corn, pea nnts, potatoes and sugar cane; the cot ton crop, (12 bales,) has been sold....

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. — 10 October 1885

THE MASHER. A Thriling Drama in Two Aots and Four Soenee. Prepa.tieThe Arrival and RscepUes --A Sudde. Departure-A Lutte Dis farured, but Not Wholly De eourage* [Elmira Telegram. ACT. L &.~E L.-Preparirng Himself for the Qreat Act of His Life. Declared O. A few days ago. after a couple of es teemed citizens, who are close neighbors, had arranged to pass a few days with their families at a lake in Oakland County, one of them offered to wager a box of cigars that he would catch the largest fish. The wager was promptly taken, and next day one of the gentlemen put in an appearance SCENE .I-The Arrival.-Be is Reeaou wish Open Arms by His Lady Love. ata fish stand on the market and said to the dealer: " Have you got a fresh pickerel weighnlag about fifteen pounds?' "I have, sir." " Well, I want you to put him on lee and ship him to me at - Lake. I propose to catch him on a hook out there." "Very well, sir. I think I'll ship the two together." "The two? "Yes sir. Mr. -- (mentioning the...

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. — 17 October 1885

st. ammau farmer. * The Blessings of Goverament, Like the 1ews from even; Should Descend Alike upae the Rii and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., OCTOBEIR 17, 1885. VOL. XI-NO. 42. l~lU m Im trm lnllu nunnn • nn mmm nu m lunm munn uamnn mur o n m • m . d' " * CONTEMPT OF "COURT." Twas a case of attachment, the lawyer said, And he seemed not loth to tell. When asked by a friend how the matter sped, That his suit was prospering well. Though young he argued his case with power As soon as the writ was returned., And argued so long that the midnight hour Oft came ere the "court" adjourned. But her father came down and the case he closed By booting the youth one night, And the latter declared such an act opposed To legal procedure quite: Aad he said to the maid, as he rubbed his spine, He would bring an action of tort, And ask the Judge to Inllict a fine On her pa for contempt of "court." --Bostn Courier. AMONG THE INSANE. Some of the Peculiar Character...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 October 1885

$t. &1mr3 gamer. COVINGTON. LA., Oat 1. 1886. .rs. S V. H. NT2l o Plerieesm W. G. KENTZIL........ mr One copy, one year ..........W....-o One copy six months. ........... I - One copy three months........... a The jnry term of Lhe Didriet Court will mee xt Mouday. SMr. John Bosch, proprietor of Posch's well hbas lb~ sick for e.. eral days. The present clear and cool we ther is highly favorable for farming operations, and the maturmi of the cae mrop. Capt Sharp, the oysteramn, amd tu make ita point to be hmre dar ing Court week. Wonder if e bes heard that Cort wl l be ue mimn ne-t wee. LosIne.-A ba sl s gat bneest, tbtwes. the big bmuls sla r. a Ab· sbis ern. The Gier wE be suiably reward.d byratemhig the -se to Mr. AbMdia hedge . M. Thompson be re. termed eo bviugto., his ort lyrsV leave of absemes having eapid. He is looking wed, ea sfapes to have enjoyed his vaeeation. Deputy Sheriff Z . Doyle is doingwell, bt the asre of his injury is ob theat s wM pobably beconfned to bin be...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 October 1885

it. Zauiang r annrr. tiil J1 a of Ta mny hlith COVINGTON. LA., Oct. 17. 1885. Succeasion of Margaret Bahama. Eighteenth Judicial Distvact coart for the pariah of St. Tannsaay--Stat of Louisiana-No. 176. Notice is hereby given, to the credit ors of this estate, and to all other per soan' herein interested, to show cause, within ten days from the present noti instion, if any they have or can, why the account ailed by Gustave Depart. testamentory executor in this estate, should not be approved and homolo gated, and the funds distributed in ao cordance therewith. fly or ler of the court, this 3d day of October, 185.& W. C. MORGAN. Clerk. Farm for Sale. Desiring to move to tLsissilpL. I of fer my farm for sale. It is located ten mrileu northwest of Covingtoa, in the well-known .Chnlbby Hill" neighbor hou.l, sad consists of 160 acres of land, with dwelling, outhouses, eta. Partly under cultivation, in corn, pea . ants, potates and sugar cane; the cot ton croup, i Iales,) lhas been sol...

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. — 17 October 1885

ROLLER-SKATING. 'Jimmy Brown's" Idea of a Skat Ing Rin. HB Blster Sae's Experleaee -- ow the Bold. Bad Boy Took Advantage of Her Trustltng Innocence-An Easy and Pleasant Pastime. We have a skating rink in our town. A hkating rink is a great big building with only one big room, and you skate all over the floor on roller skates. It's almost as good as a circus, and Deacon IIopkins says It's just as good, and that people ought to be ashamed to go to it. I don't think it's lulte as good as that, but there is lots of fru In roller-skating. It looks as easy as anything to skate on rollers, but isn t so easy after alL I learned to skate in one day, and can skate beautiful now. My knee has got over being stiff, and I can see out of my right eye, though it is pretty black. The doctor says my nose will go down in a few days, and that I needn't wear my arm in a sling morenaweek more. I had an elegant time learalg to skate, and I shall be able to skate some more just as soon as my arm is welL V...

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. — 24 October 1885

"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., OCTOBER 24, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 43. GIRLS, AS YOU GO ALONG. Come, all you fair young housewives and listen unto me, (I mean those lucky ones, who are from servant-bondage free,) And some advice I'll give you in a simple little song, With the simple little chorus of-Girls, as you go along. 0. as you go along. Leave everything where it should be, girls, as you go along. You take a fancy for a cake, late in the afternoon, And flour, butter, sugar, eggs, and milk, and bowl, and spoon, And other neeessary aids, the kitchen table throng; Don't let them stay, clear them away, girls, as you go along. O as you go along, Put each one back in its right place, girls, as you go along. And then you'll find how easily a great deal can be done Without your being "tired to death" at setting of the sun, And though, sometimes, in spite of ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 October 1885

s t. &3mIiW armen.I hidal ml d h u? n Puin' .- - OOVINGTON. LA.. Oct. 24. 1885 rs. . V. KENTI. EIL. Prorietrees W. G. KENTZER......... Enmr One copy. one year .. .......... $ t One copy sIi months ........... 1 0n One. opy ithree annt .......... .o .. __.I .....- Memrn. I. A. Gnaol anld Ren'en Harlan have our thanks for Court items furniled thies w.eek. There will be a "Live Pigeon-Pie Entertainment" at the colored church next Monday night. The furniture at Claihorne not tage will be sold on Thursday. the 5th of November. See advertise meat. Mrs. Kate Bnie A;Pry, wirow of the late Henry Avery. anI for manyr years a residiet of ('ovington. died at Baton Rouge It Tuaeslnay. Mr. H. F. Sturekens and family who have hI-enslendtiing tmhe se..nn at their summer residence in Cov ington, left for the city last Tues day. Mesars. Clifton Burns annl Dnul Barker killed 27 partridges lnrt Tuesday, and leaI tie record no eeaesaful slnrtamer. T :e hew our thanks fora handh of thi birds Victor, ...

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. — 24 October 1885

ft. Zammng f aritm . ii.--.--- --- ....-- - COVINGTON. lA.. Oct. 24 18851 SMrs. S. |. K 1,NTZIEL, Proprietress W. (. KI':NTZEL ........ ELrror One O.pi . one r'ear ... .......... I) One ae six st nttV. ........... 1 001 One .oipy t hr,'e t:onths ......... 50 PIHOTO(G R at PHS AND GEIIS. 3MR. W. H. JACKSON'S Photograph Gallery Boat Is nowat the !anulini, fo,ot of Colruhbi street, where he will rtmain a sufficient length ,of time to give the citiz'ns of Covington annd sarrounding country an oplrtuunity to have their I,i.tures taken ; he prefers n.t to do any Sunday work and inot it'er than 3 ' clock on week days. It is hJ. pll:pose to do good work, that will not sfae oot in a few years. Call and s,_e his work. 70.. t rw;' w cost you anOiethil. Lldies especially invited, Prices. TIV- =TYPES or t; EM1., 25c., 40c. and 50c. PHOTOGRAPHS. CARTK D1)E I.ITEI size, half-dozen, $1 50, or $2 5" per dozen. C111 f.ET ' ,IZ :, $1 50 for half dozen. or $1 per dozen. Size 5 h,:' b, $2 for one, or $i...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 October 1885

THE GOSSIP. he reads in the latept novel About a sour old mald; A terible mnchlef-maker, A goaip of reat renown. Who seads wicked rumors rod about Her little native town. And the reader thinks it awful That such a one should be Allowed to live in a decent town Of high socle-tee. She thinks it really dreadful That one should spend her life Talkingof Jones and Smith and Brown. And this one and that one's wife. But the reader would dance with fury All day from dawn to dawn, Could she but know In the novel bright She is the gossip drawn. -Puhs THE DISGUSTED TRAMP. An la.ua to the Proteestea-Worse Thea IJaury. He was old and bent His form hat seen the storms of fifty winters at least, and as he sat by the roadside with his head bowed upon hisams, be looked the picture of misery without company. He was only a tramp; but his dejected air showed that he was suffering from some sorrow perhaps too deep for words. A kind-hearted pedes trian, passing by, approached him. "Say, old man" 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. — 31 October 1885

SBfarmer ,, •. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich pd the Poor." W. 0. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., OCTOBER 31, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 44 MY SWEETHEART. I ' In love with a fair little maiden With her eyes, with her lips, with her hands, With her dozens of dear little dimples And although she's petite On her sweet little feet. "Tis a wonder to me how she stands. And she loves me. this dear little maiden; And her hands, and her eyes. and her lips, And her dimples, all giving me welcome In a sweet, artless way Have their say, every day, As to meet me she lovingly trips. Will she wed me, this sweet little maiden? -Bless you, no! That she never will do. But, when I have told you the reason, I haven.t a fear 'Twill appear to you queer; For I'm thirtr-whlle she's only two! -Allen G. Bigdoel, in St. richolas. A STfANGE STORY. Tha BRemarkable Resurreotion of a Common Sailor. How a Dead Mae Ret-ered to Life to Admemis...

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. — 31 October 1885

t. Sammaag amnr. COVINGTON. LA., Oct. 81. 1885. Saccehhign of Mrs. M E. Janfroid. Eighteenth Judicial Dist;ct coarc fcr ahe parish of St. Tammany--State of Lo.isiana-No. 178. By virtue of an order of sale from the'honorable the Eighteeth Judiciali District Court in and for the Pa.ish of St. Tammany, State of Louisiana, and to me directed, bearing date October 22, lob5, authorizing the sale of the prop ety belonging to the said succession. I will proceed to sell at public auction, for the purpose of effecting a parti tion, at the door of the Courthouse, in the town of Covington, parish and State aforesaid, on SATURDAY, the twenty-eighth day of November, 1885. between legal sale hours, the following described property, to-wit: [RSAL ErBT.AT. Ist. Five squares of ground, desig nated by the numbers five, six, seven, eight and nine, situated in the Division of Spring, town of Covington, St. Tam many parish, Louisiana, together with the buildings and improvements there on, and rights of 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. — 31 October 1885

Oial Joeal d IL Tmay hid COVINGTON. LA., Oct. 31. 1885 Mr,. SV. KENTIZELERL, Prejiete W. G. KENTIEL .... .Enaer One copy. one year.... .......... 500 One copy six months. ........... I 00 Onesopythreemoaths ........... 0 We have had an unusual ran of 4ob work this week, and were com pelled to curtail reading matter in consequence. Constable Doyle is still conined to his bed, from the effeets of his broken leg. We hope be will soon be able to be out again. Don't forget the anotion sale of furniture, eta., at Claiborne Cot tage, next Thursday. A rare chanoe for bargains. See advertisement Mr. Isaac Evans, one of oar old est eitizens, has removed with his family to New Orleans. We wish them joy in their new home. Miss Ada will be greatly missed by her numerous friends in Covington. MaLunm.-At St. Mary's Church, in New Orleans, on Wednesday. Oat. 28, 1885, by Rev. Father Chasse, Henry Forchand and Miss Caroline Janfroid. The happy couple left the same d y for their home in St. James par...

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. — 31 October 1885

THE HORNIEL An htwinethwLg Sdy In Natural Te .p.sulea.m . a ai-Iwed, Thought af Day--m Was mines stoe - Uwated s eteit·y-A hrea I. sdnme mnmmm. Ths nuat is an lat.ese.tin asay-atler e s dead. L fr I want no intercourse with pm swtfthoaring warbler commoly ali.d the h~ until am eenvineud that be is thoeaghi deceased. I have been medlng in a learned work om winged thigs that amily t hornets is composed of males, females and smuters, and that the Ihs Just l around ad give diai r *h yaribremlelaandaisotuedo alu te work about the house and gather In the daily provisIons. The same high aatheri Intimates that the male hornet doeas not sting, but is purely mcraaeatal,as it were, courting ease each shining hour, stroking his blend moostaehe, and wearing a glad swle all day lon`. Iwish I could beleve this of the male hornet; but I can not My confidence n him is weak, and no male net shall pproach very ner to me, it I know it, until he has furnished satisfactory evidence that he does not carry...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 November 1885

Zt ammnn farmer. "The Bleamings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaveu, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Pmor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBEK 7,1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 4 A LOST OPPORTUNITY. SAyouth he came upon a maid Within a shady arbor. A-reading of a learned book, One summer at Bar Harbor. The fog was slowly drifting down. She wore a fine esthetic gown. "O will you walk with me?" he said. Ill youth so brare and oomely. ."'rwoui be less ard." the maiden sighed, "If he were only homely; But surely I this lovely gown Should ruin, walking through the town." The youth he sought another maid Within another arbor. She smiled on him as maidens will la summer at Bar Harbor. She wore a gown of homespun rough She said she could not walk enough. They tarried till the sun went down. The youth he waxed romantic. The other maiden sighed and sighed Above the book pedantic. The moon came out and like a ghost With pale lips told of chant'cs lost. She w...

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. — 7 November 1885

al Jwmuil of SL Tammany ai COVINGTON. LA., Nov. 7. 1885. Yrs. S V. .KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ Error One oopy, one yesr.... ..........00 One copy six months. ........... 00 Oaee opy three months.......... 50 Constable Ed. R. Doyle is gradu ally improving, although still con aed to his bed. Only two more days remain in whieh to make bids for carrying the daily mailabetween Slidell and Cov ington, and Madisonville and Cov ington, for a term of six months. See notices, in another column. How vo Cums a CoLe.--Pour half a pint of boiling hot water over about drachm of pulverized cam phor, and inhale the vapors arising therefrom ten to twenty minutes. Great relief is at once experienced, and after two or three repetitions the discomfort is said to disappear entirely. We had a good rain last Wednes day, but sinee then the weather has been oppressively warm and sultry, with shifting winds. Several of our planters were to commence grinding next week, but this un favorable ch...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 November 1885

t.L lammaug armt. Ohal uuld t hamny Rlid COVINGTON. LA., Nov. 7. 1885. Mrs. Artimise Strain, wife of Ira E. 8train. rv. Ira E. Strain, her hue band-No. 1511. The 8tate of Louisiana, Parish of St Tammany--Eighteenth Judicial Dis riot court I hereby eartify that on the 24th day of October. 1885, judgment was rsnaer ed in this Court in the following e,.i tled suit, in the words an figures fol wife of Ia E. Staia. vs. Ira E. 8train, her huband.,h o. loll. This cause came up for trial purseant to assignment, and thelaw and evldance being in favor of plaintif and against defendant herein. t therefor ordered, adjndge4 and Jecreed t thare be judgment in favor of plaintil disalvting the community of property heretofore existing between her and har said husband, and that she beanthorimse to take chauge of her own sapsrate property. That defendant pay ali easts of earkt Judgmeat rendered and signed Octo ber 2S, 1885. JAS. M THOMPSON, JtieEa hteenth Judicial District of In tetmaony whereof I ha...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 November 1885

PURELY VISIONARY. & few People That -Puck" w.wo .-m to see TaL g a Vasesteatm. It b T.ee 0o4 eveer to Come Tres. IN SIX PARIS L THE DOMA O so0t-A01T. A QUEER TRADE. .ew a Couple oet meda Turtles Daageo to Trade Shell. "I ad a soft-shell turtle enes," said the Mjaor, "that could best any turtle on a trade I ever saw. - Where I lived the pond on my plae was a very small one, and in smamer time got pretty low, espeeially If ts season was a very dry one The sm me was a very dry one in 1871, sandJudas, which was the name of my turtle, and he was a little fellow-wouldn't weigh over eight pounds-had a bd time of itL The flea stung him so tadly that he was in a fever most all the time. One day I was walking down by the pond when I noticed him sad a big turtle talkin very earnestly together. I stepped behind atree so that they couldn't see me, and watched the fun. Judas was trying to get the land tartle to trade shells with him. They argued a long time, and I was afraid Judas wasn't goin...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 November 1885

*. &mma farmer.. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dew. from Hrven, Should Descend Alike upon the aRih nd the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 14, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 48. THE HARNESS-MAKER'S WOO ING. [never went to schooL MIm May, And sew Pm n.t horsecollar. Sut l'mas harnessed as the day, And t strapped' tot a dollar." she essed bha spur-poe, sad at once S to the arness-maker: "You show no traces of a dunce In beting a heart-breaker." Then he got harness knees. Sighed he: "Your sweet words stirrup ha me A hope that you my bridle be 0 try a bit to win me." 90 no, surcingle will I stay, ire I do that, dear Walter." "Thben, darling. won't you name the day To meet me at the halter?" "No maiden hames the day," she said. A blushla In her beauty, "But if youn're hitching soon to wed, You'll buckle to tmhat duty." 'Tl name tomorrow, thea." he cried, "Lest saddle be our marriage-" "And, if it relns," the maiden saged, "Whip better have a car...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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