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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 January 1887

3 avUA, LA.. Jan. 22, 1i . A V. K .sts..... .Ppriotr, 9. KII·sl * Editor. SlBUED EVERY SATURDAY OdlIa Journal of 8.. Tammany Parish. *hmoepy. e* ywmr .... ....... 00o ne*mpy sit noaths ........... I 00 )as sy br.mmU,, ........... WEATHER REPORT For the paet week, ending Ja 2k 1887: January. Max Nil **** * .......-......... 57 34 ........- ............... 85 35 1 ?1........... ... 63 46 1 6........... 5 is ................. ..... 1 2 s ........................ "3 48 ALEX. BAND, Obeerver, Mandeville Station, La. Wanted to Rent-A place in of ner Covington; see advertisement Tbhe attention of License paver is ealled to the notice of Sheril Cook, in another column. The citizens of Bayou Lacomle are building a Catholic churob, Boa--To Mr. and Ma. L. Aba di., Sunday. January 16th, 1887; a daughter, Modtly reports suitable for private schools, with teacher's name printed at the bottom, for sale at this odee. Prier $1 per 100. The staunch schooner Rebecca. owned by Meiers, Frank Hoemer and 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. — 22 January 1887

Jt ammatg farmtr.I -ING To _., L º.. Jan. 22. Is_ rs. S. V. Kentzel .... Propsi.4rs.-s. *.G. Ketzt .......... Ei.o... ISUED EVERY SATURDAY O.eial Journal of St. Tamnmanru Parish. Sopy. one year .... .......... $2 4I Oae sopy i moths. ......... OnO ep7 jthree months .......... .S 0. B. Steele, Auditor of ti," Slate of Iouaisiaua vs. Geo. H. RoceL. abte of Louisiana, Parish of St. Tam t·ah -Eighteenth Judicial Distrzct Y itttas of an order of meianre anal tms Gom the honorable the af..resai.l oeet, sad to me directed. bearing date. vemalber 16. 1e86- I will proceed to sell at public ane tio, at the doo.r of the courthouse, in the town of Corvieton. parish anal .tnl aforenmail, on t it17i'I)AY, the 19th day at February, lt'l,7, between I.-gal . e. hears the following descrabed proper t,. to-wit: Beetion 16 townasip 9, south range 1 seat, Greensburg Iit. ict, parish of 81, Tammany, State of I.nnijiana. Sblred In the above entttlei suit. Term of aale-'the abt," '.er,.- ilow p erty having...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 January 1887

St. 'iamsau! Eams r. W. o. KEITZL, Flter. COYINGTO. - IUISIAN.L -APANESE PROGRESS. An Otemar Nataes whadea e. A gang O~ . eeta Drqmm ma e im ammer . Among the late arrivals at San Fran cisco from Japan were W. C. De Lno Eastlake and his mother. In an inter view with a reporter, Mr. Eastlake per trayed in pleasing colors the country and its people. The people are fast advancingi3n the civilization of their politikl, moral and intellectual lives. In the customs q dress there has been a marked change during the last decade, until now, the officials and the better classes asume the English coetume. Amongthe former it is eomlpulsory, and upon the strak the oil Japese garb is seldom seen except on th poorer classes. Among the ladies, however, the loose towns of the olden days are still popular, b t even these are gradually beoming oh solete and at the fashionable balls the European dress is generally assumed, while the programmes of the Japanese orchestras generally include the bet of Eng...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 January 1887

*. &.anmmanz fiwarmer. "The Blessing. of Government, Like the Dmo.m I ee vn, 8hoeld Desoad Alike upea the Rid M ad the Per." We . oEETZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JANUARY 29, 11887. VOL. IH.-NO. 5. ,JAVOL. 29,.NO 18.7 FIRELIGHT VISITANTS, "m. lnd cshrekl ar wp llnes dM 8,a ¶llanents his deer love, dead, S~nmerirest ol . te ear. A te o r the eewreni wrap o make believe she's young and hir A'rd k·Jkd ths,. sroeos rsta The P t mrignot ei the alal s itheow. uminatiag mba; Desparlng. di.s: a red'oing sosh a MDo rk her burial I peer ne Pclatern Pleasure halt halt fear fhthe roin held. de spite y will. om ersit~a~.t oIe creepian still, mrn o ari from conoe. ndooks. d rThey s c ermb e srt the books. ehld e lt ide: Dtor a ed-r, they peek and bide; Downthr the chimney er'en the Crawl; are ps res. poanels buits, theys fal; tey reorrh upoa my shoulder, chair, they tangle in I. hair: dT te my cheek. mtself densd, oe ithr mey nose, their time abide; ome linger near th kind...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 January 1887

t-ldr& I . LA, a. ..r oP. aie..m W. O.. K a Elitor. KISUED EVERY SATURDAY Oflial Jourual of St Taummany Parish. a p. ,e y .... .......... s -n e espy sixmths .e ... 1 0o Oeo lepy ars.w e ...... st WEATHER REPORT For the pu wer., seding Jan. 2T. 1887: *** ...· ·... ...... .. N * *** . ... . ... .. ... . I... . R *.. *... .. .................. s * . ....................... u ***....... ...... ....... S o ALE BAND, Obs.rvr3 Maaderill. Staio., La. Goo NMw. -We learn that , mSharp will arrive meat Mon day with a bast oad of ee oysters. Lamar Guas.-Tim Juveemile Res Club ar making mtive prepare tios to edebrat. Mardi Grau; ther* lS be a rawd parade im the ater mmos, sad a ball at might. Our audmsoe yomu fried, Mr, J. D. Warres, th arm of Land & Wanorr, leadr, ud eon of Mr. W. C, Waree, of CovinCgon, arived heom for a short visit last Mr y eveming. mad he brombht a "omais bride" with him-o.e of Alsaumdria's airest daughters. We teder our egratelatioos to tu. sppy yorg eOeaple, and ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 January 1887

.OIlTOi LA.. Jan. 29, 1887. VENIRE. of Louisi.na-. Prish of Lt. Tan.. --9Eighteenth Judicial District ut' rawn for tohe Arit week of the term. A. D. 1887. commenrcing Maar. March 8: Ba C Williaw W B R.'Eeru Anfltard Jenkin, Fri'z Zrn Jtloh Pp Galowsy li.so H CruwTord II U Morgan A ,ng.s E .ell WA Pantleroy D 1I Lloyd John 8 P'jol Frank Consin T J Goodlee Thus H Carpenter Hu s~arp San Cowart Joh N hiller J E Unil;liot Crawrd WilliameCl,na Selmllli.ese R'y 0 Alexalder A Ifred LeBlane orazo Davis Wsodlsou Wren -JohDeaMnoad JrHenry Stiue Wu Taylor N McLean aled Perrin T',os Perrin Wia Jenkins Martin Keating Ira E Purvis Chias Trullier J L Phillips D W Laeroix U Trullier (:has T Magpe Joe Danielt Louis Gallatas Wr N CrawfordH H Smith Heru Breann Robt E Williat-es J limlaonse Mallton BIurns Henry u Rogers F V Gause Taylor Davis Emile C ilser I hereby certify the above to be a true a-d correct list of jurors drawn by the Jury Cona:ismsioer., on the 19th dear of Jauary, 1887, to serve for t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 January 1887

It. 'amma.prn xm, W. 0. KeUUE. Klt.... VIGTO:. - LO-LISIANA.I BRITISH SAMSONS. -m Who show" yse.s 3 e0.4 ordanm7y ere.sas. One of the most remarkable of these was Thomas Topham, who, about the year 1740, kept the Red Lion public house at the corner of City road. Al. though of average size and appearance, he soun attracted attention by his pro. digious strength. Some of his feats are almost incredible. By striking an iron poker an inch thick on his bare arm he couald wend it to a right angle, and pewter measures were crushed between his lingers. Standing on a platform he rased a weight of eight hundred pounds. Ile could break two-inch rope as a shopman breaks twine. Whilst at Ierby his performance was patronie, by Mr. Chambers, the vicar of Al Saints, a man of great weight In his parish -weighing, in fact, twenty-seven stone. We know not whether the performer adopted the modern fashion of asking gentlemen from the audi-nee to step up and assist him, but presume this to have been the ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 February 1887

S$1. " b mm n 6.rmer. "The Blesipn of overnment, Like the Ders from Heavn, Shold DeRend Ale pon the Rieh sad te Pee1." . . KENTZEL, ditor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., FBRUARY 5, 1887a TOL. XIII.-NO. 6. - V- .s . -- - ma THE WISHING BONE. Istoo w ith , ..it ae s uo ted al. Stoo tho bin f my 4 ; Whmas two wll have the washr" Rer bldams came, With bone in hand The ragile thinga is now andom. And pretty Kit, she sort :"Yodur wish is won." "Ah! pretty aid, rm more afraide rFll hae totell my wish to y.. I wiahed that I eelome my love as lovers do." "AM I wished jNst the same thing too." --. & Adier, in Judgy THE CARE OF THE EYES A Few 8mple Rules Which Al SFhd Follow. I. THE RYGO NE OF THE EES. What I have to say on this subject may be reduced to half a dozen rules none of them hard to follow, unless it be the last of them but one. 1. My first rule is, in reading, have light enough for easy vision. How much light is enough? How much is too much? These are questions for the ind...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 February 1887

7 arsaans u a*rnr COVI'tJTOU, L&.. Feb. 5, 1887 Mrs. . V. Kentsl.. .Proprietre-ss W. G. Ke,,tael . Editor ICSUED EVEItY SATUItDAI Offleirl Journal of St Tammany Parish. One. opy sis months ......... 1 OC Oa espy three months. . sC WEITHER REPORT For the past week, ending Jan. 7, 1887: Temperature. Jan y Maxr ia. . ....................... 68 45 o .. .. ......o ....o .... 63 54 *0 ........................ 5 41 31 ........................ 72 47 ...................... 75 61 . .................. 76 683 3 .......-............... 74 65 Mean temperature for January-Maxi mum, 56401. Minimum. 37.92. liumber of rainy days, 7. Total ain fall, 3.91 inches. ALEX. BAI), Observer, Mandeville Station, La. Bass and perch are biting. Farm and garden work is pro greasing finely. There are five new homestead notices in the paper this week. The Rex Club is actively engaged in preparing for Mardi Gras. A jolly time is in store for all his loyal Meenrs. John and Willie Evans have aecured the contract f...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 February 1887

". TON LA.. Fob. 5. 1 r87 VENIR.E. SLiains". Parish of SL Tam 3L g6-teaeth Judicial District awen drawn for the brat week of the D. 1887. commencing 4.autleb h28: Bu 0 illiam W B Roers lUip Jeeaking Fritz Zorn Jb PGallowayThos R Crawford - --lMla, Angus B Ezell SParUeao D Lloyd J Pujol Frank Cousin i Gloodbe Tbho H Carpenter Jar N Sm Cowart twMile J E 0ailliot ý(Oud WilliameCo Schellhause 'y 0 Alexander Alfred LeBlane ins oDavis Waodeon Wren Jobswdesoad JrHenry Stine W e lTaylor N IcLean £11. Perris Toe Perrin Wit Jeki.. Martin Keating t Purvis Chas Trullier IL Phlip DW Lacroix IU YI Chas T Magee J. Deuiels Louis Gallatas Wm N CrawfordH H Smith snry Breass Bobt E Williams JO ~i.mos Milton Burns ER'C BRogers F Gause byor Davis Emile Cooper I hiaey eatify the above to be a true sad e list of jurors drawn by the Ju Cmmissioner, on the 19th day Jiaa 1887, to serve for the irst weel at the iar term, 1887, of the above mmd est. Wihaes. my han nd sd eal odlially, f 11th day of January, 188...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 February 1887

,t. tammnant amS. Wf. 0. KE. ZEl, Edita. VINSGT)i - LOUI.sIANA. A CUBAN BULL-FIGHT. neow the Plgmaloes Aimadl. tl. Di. Patchs.d by the skitifLi Matadore. There were six bulls engaged in six separate contests, and the modus otler. andli w.. :adeh the same in each case. The 1ºti ores Use as a lance a pole ter minating in a short, sharp spike. When the bull dashes at the horse the Ii'd"alore lunges at the animal, wounding him usually in the shoulder. In most cases he pars but scant attent;on to the irri tating thrust., but gores the horse, hap pily making short and mortal work of that portion of the comb it. The rA'er drsen~gaes himself as best he m:ay, and i while do,;ng so a bade rillcro, to at tract the attention of the bull, flings a red cloak in his face. This calls him off, and he makes chase, being diverted ' in his course by others of his torme.nt ors, u;,tJl he is worked up to a hii-h pitch of ft-y. While this goIes on the th:,r'"amds of sp-.ctators shout their loudest, and wh...

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 February 1887

0*E. 4rnmrn% fBarmer. Tho Ble-uin of oorn mon Lie the Dows fro Heaven, I dd Descend Alike upae the Rieh and the .elt." 0 .T Er.-- .. --VOL. XIII-NO. 7. W·" . K ENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMM.ANY PARISIH, LA., FEBRUARY 12, 1887. MEAT FOR BABES. i SOtW e s6me0i ilrem; an up the heads ofe sed .eaml"a l.asses-al home to the beds od ees4 at exr se problem and ques asher their young brains and spoil their di- t ati: Whre tarthes with the labor sad shwrotbfm IL t o mab - What othe aym t it. what do they know tiol! nleed mos .rer the' or mhnr boues' iori-t Plo ung met fotr bobes s y the age'a last motto; kosn the an thoug ass yo to fhorit ate sa press them to higher b abi ya not gthr as' or their bodies' od SStc to the system yes long have bees cherish (bCres at thoe who are fading perishing; Strg mert for babes! is the age's last motto; .g Drop the weak souls whlo eadidt learn as the oughatews to; at ltr;ume--e etvmo; Fee t t m ysa th. no e. to the wrry P them a press theema, no top t...

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 February 1887

COVI\UTON, .L... Feb. 12, 1887 Mrs. S. V. Kenel....Props irtr"s. W.O. Kenta.l ..........Elil¢. RISUEl) EVERY SATURlit_.I OiSial Journal of St Tammuany Pariql. Oaes py. one year.... ..........: n O *e eepy oil mweth. ........... 00 Oaseepy three mºothe .......... 5n WEATHER REPORT For the peat week, ending Feb. 10. 1887: .rtli in. Perieary. 5 ........................ v ia S.......... ......... ..... S........................ "1 St ........................ 77 61 S...................... 77 U3 9........ ............... 74 $S 10........................ 675 6 ALEX. BAND. Observer, Mandeville Station. La. The dredge beat is graddaly working its way up to Corington. Tbhe thermometer has bren up in the 70s all this week. Regular summer weather. It is aloudy to 'ay and turning eold. Somebody poisoned tihe dogs be longing to Capt. Weaver and Chs. Davis, lest Wednesday night Peach nud plum tress are in fall bloom. and if we have no killing frot, there will be an abundant fruit erop this year. 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. — 12 February 1887

cOINTON LA.. Fe. 12117 VENIRE. i eat of Loeisina~ . Parish of Lt. Tam- t -ighrteenth Judicial District ii *USt drawn for the irst week of th, k trm. A. D. 1887. commescing B C0 Williams W B Rogers .lgIard Jenkins Fritz Zorn o YJo p GP allowayThos R Crawford k M Morgan Angus B Ezeli W A Pauntleroy D AI Lloyd JOhn 8 Pnjol Frank Coasin 'mos J Goodbee Thoe H Carpenter ri H b.Larp Sam Cowart Joh N Miller J E Cailliot (Oawf'd WilliamsChas Schellhanus 'y O Alexander Alfred LeBlane L~ornzo Davis WVaodsou Vren Johb Desmond JrHenry Stine We Taylor N McLean Alfred Perrin Th!os Perrin i Wet Jenkins Martin Keatiug b Irt E Purvis Chas Trullier . J L Phillipe D W Lacroix U Trullier Chas T Stfage Joe Daniels Louis Gallatas Wa N CrawfordH H Smith Henry Brenan Rlbt E Williams J C Inmous Milton Burns - Heary C Rogers F V Giause Taylor Davis Emile Cooper P I .ereby certify thebabov"t be a true and correct list of jurors dr.wn by the C Juty Conamissioners, on the 19th day of T Janmary, 1887, to serve fo...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 February 1887

St. iýauuuaurl .. W.Q. KEs ~ .E . COVJNGT\y - LOUISIANA. SELOUS, THE HUNTER. mI i4re and AchIesvemesm I toh Wt 4ge . emo of South Arfkra. Now amnd then a man is seen in a con.. parativeli humble position whose fame is alm,.ost world wide. Such a mrst is Mr. F. C. Sl.,ou=. Those who have read :any thing of South Africa have heard of Mr. S~ions, the great hunter. I{He ligures in probably eimtrv hook that has Ib.en written on South Africa for the pa.t fifteen years. He is the most notedl of African hunters, and has writ ten a Imk on hi- wanderings in Africa tha:t is rgardneld :ms a guide to sport in that part ,f the w,,rld. Sm, l'is r:rely gIt. 1,e.arn-r to tilhe coast thani Kl-rkt.,rp, in the Transvaal, and hi; hIunti.ý,- grunnls are two months' travil tnrtih of tlhat little town. Hle is alwa:. ntm--inmpai:niedi y lv several negro servainut , whio 4d-r lihis two great acs wag. m: ,and : inerformi time usual duties of thi. camp. Alit once a year S.lous turns np in Kierksdorp with his t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 February 1887

_-- --~ ___& .m infami? "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor.r" W. (i. KENTZE1,, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISII, LA., FEBRUARY 19, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 8. DEATH. Dei sthe a pats from ythl mro Sm shume an of b.'deaed age; He the atssrias dowan eo rest. d irives the eus from the stage. He takes ome ribe, he fears ma Mreat: at walks the land and sweep, the sea; Throw back the doors whose hinges et, And sets is godlike spirit free. e raps the door of rich and poor: He l the earth wit noiseless feet; Heshakes his ss at prince sad hoor. Tha winds them his cysheet. He's strage and eold, brteas bolts and bars, Deth os the Kin, umbinds the slave: He wats the sra, sad .ides the stars Amd las a matina to its grave. -. Baserd BHrtalr in N . Obsesse. ANCIENT AMERICA. An Interesting Example Found In Sants FPe New Mexicoo Thl N~s rt athe Spgnath Geeraeat sad the Ceatr aK asaay .vlwttm--A odesst raa" me O--o t sL Santa ...

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 February 1887

7 aa u~jg artltrr. COVINOTON, LA., Feb. 19. lrcS7 fime. & V. Sentzel.... Props it.4r. a:+. W.G. Kentzel . 19Ek UEVER;Y S4'Iti)4Y oaoiai Journal of SL Tazunoany * ~Pariiah. On. ..pr. one year.... ...- .. $2 two One eopy nth ........... I 00 Ons.epy thre~ ?uEontl 3 .. . i WEATHER REPORT For the past week, enling Felb. 17. 1887: Temperature. Max Min. Fehbruar. 1 ........................ 76 66 1 ................ ..... C1 51 13 ..... ................. 4C 2 14 .............. .... ... 7. .5 15 ....... ........... ..... 7) 17... 7: 63 ALEX. BAND, Olserver. Mandeville Station, La. Old papers for sale at this office Price, 25 eants per 100, mRs Jr., will arrive in all his glory pAet Monday. The dredge-hoat has reached a point above Newell's T*nding. Mr, E. Damiens has our thanks for a fine mees of water cress. Sheriff Cook will make two sales at the Courthouse to-day. For de scription and terms see next page. The Council met last Wednesday niLt. See procee.ings in another column. The Cour...

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 February 1887

A aummagu ýAmitr. ¢"+vIN. +M. LA.. Feb. 19. 1867. VENIRE. a etLso isa, Iarils of S.L Tam. -- ightemath Judicial District Jurors drawn for the rsat week fctbe h m . D. 1W7. commendcing Be" C William W B Rogers Aieord Jenkins Fritz Zoru John P GallowayTioe H Crawford M MMoran Angus B Ezel W A Fantleroy D I1 Lloyd Jo1 . 8 Pjol Frank Cousin rs J Good,.ee Thus H Carpenter iushk .wlarp Sam ('owrt Jobs N Miller J E Cailliot Crawrd WilliameChal Schellba.e H' O Alexander Alfred LeBlane Lore.. Davis Waodlonu Wren JobIaDegsa.d JrHenry Stine Wm Taylor N McLean Alfred Perrhi Th.M Perrin Win Jenkine Martin Keating ra EB Purvis Cbas Trullier SL Phillips D W La.ir U Trullier Chas T Magse Jes Daiels Louis (llates Wa N Cr'awordH H Smith Býery Bresan Robt E Walliants IC smemons Milton Barns Hery C Rogers F V OGauss Talor Davis Emile Cooper I huetby eetify the above to be a true and arect iet of jurors drawn by the Jury Corasmiosers, on the 19th devof auary, 1887, to serve for the irat week of the Maer...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 February 1887

It. ~naamau! ~anmn COVJN'(T3~. - LO'ISIANA. READING FOR GIRLS. The I'u.rt at W a.k.er We all know Charles Lamb's views a the subject of early reading, as expressed in his triumphant vindication of Bridget Elia's happily neglecte ed education: She was tumbled by accident or design into a spacious closet of good old English books, without much selection or pro. hibition, and browsed at will upon that fair and wholesome pasturage. Had I twenty girls. they should be brought up exactly in this fashion." It is natural that but few persons are anxious to risk so hazardnlous an experiment, especially as the training of 'incomparable old maids" is hardly the recognized summit of maternal ambition; but Bridget Elia at least ran no danger of intellectual starvation, while, if we pursue a mod erate school girl along the track of her self-chosen reading, we shall be aston ished that so much printed matter can yield so little mental nourishment. She has begun, no doubt, with childish stories, bri...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 February 1887

- -Me _t. .&znrninp farmcr. "The Blemiug of .rament, Like the Dews from leaven, Skeald Descend Alike upe the Riek and the Peer." W. (. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISII, LA., FEBRUARY 26, 1887.-' VOL XIII.-NO. . AT MIDNIGHT. TIe emcd a nds ei aesrke tO-aight The are is low: W come y, you who lore mthghbt O mock me aso I play y.e les e now laone: YeW worked yor will ha tame my hesri to frmes stome: Why heoat me stll.? I get me to is empty plae; The o l it ume rm our lips to-ight. With Uth.thlo mse Um bright Solmmgagm I i/sten: do I bear yoer tome TIke ieuae thrilllt Why come . I would be aome: ws vox me still? What' Would yu that we reembrace We two aoe more? Are theme your tears thatwet my hoe Just s before? Ym left to seek ome new delight Yet tears sow: I wi not let y ieve sioee ke at Is ehil bhm~e love ts and hope has lown, now milent is the empty seae! Deaamed I ease more! eaerth agai6st Yer hamatis amge I baraee deer. -,itt Cmndier Nofton, s o rNper s Nduae. AN...

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