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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 February 1887

. aummq Aaratr. COVINOTON. La., Feb. 26,1887 Mrs. S. V. Kentael.... Prop ietrems W. G. Kentael ...........Editor. ISSUED EVERY RATURDAY t Oicial Journal of t Tamman 1 Parish. Oae eopy, oe year .... ..........24, e One eopy six months ........... 1 00 One sopy three months .......... 50 WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending Feb. 24. 1887: Temperature. Max MI. Perary. 18 ........................ a66 19........................ 85 53 ............................ 67 61 3........................ 73 63 1..... .................. 76 67 A 6........................ 6 57 ALEX. BAND. Observer. M3hdeville Station. La. Old papers for sale at this offiee Price, 25 snats per 100. The Police Jury will meet Bext Tuesday, March 1st. The February term of the Court of Appeals will convene next Mon day. The mail failed to arrive last Monday and Tuesday, on account of high water. The game law for the protection of deer will gointo effect net Tue. daY, March l. We ongratalate Mr. and Mrs. IM. Voge, go t ...

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 February 1887

OVINUTON, LA.. Feb. 2J. 1t*7. Mr. 8. V. Kaentl....Prop ietress. W.. Ketaet ......... Editor. _____ EVERY MSTURDAY OSal e Journal of St. Tammany Parish. NOTICE TO HOM.EST.AD SETTLERS. Permuns intending to make fnal proo. in support of their claim are required to produoe an aflda~lt from the printer, showing that the notie has been published six weeks in auesemion. The affidavits can be obtained by calling at the FAa mas oes and paying for the ad vertisement. **c----- CLUBBING AIlitANGOEENT AND PREMIUM. We will send the Wm.TLY Prcn Toma and Wr. TAmUaIr FAUm one year, to any address, for $2 60, payable i advance. All paid up subecribers of the Fauam are presented with a copy of Dr. Keidal's celebrated "Treat ise on the Horse san HisDiseases.' A most iluable book. $25 REWARD. A nwian of Twenty-Ave Dollars will be paid by the undersigned to any pe at giving sne information as will ar ait a the conviction of the caulprit w.b led the pastor om 8ulphur Spring il.l, an the 7th last. A. THOMS...

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 February 1887

W 0. .EXUErL. EI drm. OOVINGTO.. - LOUISIANA. PASTE dEWELRY. ass me the mes faser Imauetaum r New Tes Are Maautere.t "The number of imitation disamods worn these days is enormous," said a tashionable jeweler reporter. "What imitations are mostly worn?" 'The double diamond, a clever imi tation produced by splitting a worth less or defective stone and backing it with tinfoil. Diamo;_s of this kind have to be carefully mounted or else detection will be easy. The business of intensifying the sparkle of a pale, cheap diamond is now reduced to a science. Gemss are frequently split in two, a deeper tone of color introduced and they an.r joined together again, insiuc-ing a stone that has a beautiful 'tin' and that which sells for three or four times its original value. The -odlelet' business is extremely profitable, but of course no reputa ble dealer can affrdnt to sell any without injuring his trade and reputa tion. A lapidary, one Zwoolino, in ventel the 'doublet' many years agp. He used ...

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 March 1887

t. Samman afrmer. *- "The BlShin of Governmet, Like the Dew fIr Hiaven, Sheuld Descend Alike upea the Bie and the Peer." WV. 0. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINUTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISII, LA., MARCH 5, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 10. --- .. . . ..- __' ', , - ., - ,, ,, He s-t at the d ertau Witha daemsate ree -Mate me aAMee bak tadeoo nke . -i'e w-e . ear, t e too awe,e, •an t.h m rt r.w mas too .,at; The soup n s same w s so WSue 'twasm'E oc xese.Sal . "I Wish you sea edat the bread std pies rae socmy mo her. make: eta. eerat.l a ieod er cakeo', ,at yaour tr has bseio Aod toay rle oreset fr ecoio -Lv hie. sls, is iol d Ierntegio . A CUP OF TEA. The nvemrag That Cheers but Not Inobrintes. lJerua ut mhe ae o That r ods eab to Wea D ereueh te Wide Wrdo d Idest as to l nurmlsasmm. It is curious that while the Chinese claim a remote antiquity for nearly all the products of their long-arrested civ ilizationathey give what to them is a comparatlvely modern date for the in troduction of tea into the Celest...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 March 1887

as.uuaa *anstmr. COVINGTON, LA., March 5,187. Mrs. . V. Kentaml.. .Proprietren. W. G. Keast ...........Editor. ISUsJED EVERY sATURDAY OMeisi Joarmal of St. Tammany Perish. onepy. one year.... ..........2 o00 One cepy six maths. ........... 1 00 Oe eopy three moaths..... 50 WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending March 8 1887: Tempetatre. 97 ....................... 57 .0 1 ........................ 67 45 S........................ 70 48 3........................ 73 54 Meas temperatare for February--Mai mum, 70:17. Minimum. 61.l1. lumber of rany days, 7. Total mia fall, a1 iaches. ALEX. BAND, Observer, Mandeville Station, La. Old papers for sale at this o0.. Pries, S5 eats per 100. March eame in like a lamb. There was a heavy white frost last Monday. 8.e Polies Jury proceedings, it another columa. Several measles have appeared in Covington laely. The oyster boat arrived Thurs day morning, Sharp. The delinquent tax list will be published next Saturday. Rev. G. R. Ellie and family ar riv...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 March 1887

A. aIraur afutr. I OV GTON, LA.. March 5, l7. rti8.. Kentsel... Proprietres. WG. gK tel ........ Editor. EVERY 8ATIURDAY4 Oficial Journal of SL Tammany Parish. NOTICE TO HOMESTEAD SETTLER. Peses intending to make Seal proof in support of their claim are required to produce an affidavlt from the printer, showing that the notice has been published sir weeks inm muoession. The affidavits can be obtained by calling at the Faa as office and paying for the ad rertiaemet.a CLUBBING ARtRANGEMENT AND PREMIUM. We will seed the WEELY PICA Temn and Sr. TAsnAxr Faxsum one year, to any addrees, for $2 50, payable is avaance. All pail up subscribers of the Famal are presented with a copy pf Dr. Keedall's celebrated ''Treat ee on the Horse and His Diseases.' A most valuable book. $25 REWARD. A reward of Tvaty-4ve Dollars will be paid by the uadersigned to any per seo giving such inforastion as will re alt in the conviction of the culprit who Are the pasture on Sulphur Springs arm, om the 7th inst. ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 March 1887

SOL ~ammalq_ amus W. @. Kuus ~' I COYINGTOJ. uISIANA. * WONUDERFUL SIGHT. bao Nsm aes4 ba I ta b be es e tonsres l t . se *r ws mean. "In the spring of 1848," said an old esident ofthis village, "a ight was witnessed at the Falls of Niagara that had never been seen before at least by people then on earth, and in all prob-.. bility such a sight will never be wit nessed again. eIt was nothingmore nor less than the running dry of the great cataract, or at least so nearly dry that it is no exaggeration to call it so, in which condition the Falls remained for one whole day." "The winter of 1818 had been one of the coldest on record, and such ice has never been known on Lake Erie since, I guess. as formed that season. It was of enrmous thickness. It wasquitelate in the spring before the ice was loosened, even albout the shores of the lake. One day-I think it was near the end of April--a very stif north easterly wilnd came up, and its force was so great that it moved the great fiekls of ic...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 March 1887

______ &immrnzp farmcr. ".b. of TarGt, e TAe De Ym i P..Ha, Sheld Dea .ik up ew MAR i 2e 8O." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGjTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MARCH 12, .1887.VO11.-.11 PORGETFULNESS. IAd tie maule Iamy om at, Isemean howas e or as eems or et tha dar of th week. an I mats remumber bMees. A a rss e ta t -mfee.n I eegset m tre ! a cc~ ss l Pset Iies anMseass ae~ ~ MMMA0;00 Ssmss........wss miass AM wh I teseow Hmass -p s ass. aee h a s , J 'TI. thls (ame hi, st n Q aen Mear"gheriot" , 1 upore"a In m't the msI t gleartd moI be omAnd i sd wur :r.talal te m ITALY'S QUEEN. ?b. G daina. and toiaccount Fair lebthoe h now ahe Denemanrsbee see 3 c~emy tYM at the veat reto M.owesee., eegieeb and the warm Queen Margherits is, I suppose "at this moment" (ia Florentine phrase) one of the most learned, moet beauti fat, in every way most accomplished women in Europe-certainly the most actively engaged in good works of every kind. According to accounts given of her daily lif, by those...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 March 1887

OOVINGTON, LA.. March I2.1887. Mr.. & V. Kentse.....Proesietre-. W. G. Keteel ......... Editor. ILSUED EVERY SATURDAY Ofieial Journal of St. Tammany Parish. oa* SOay. on year ..............$2 00 O*e **py siz mntths. ........... 1 00 Ooe**pythree months........... So WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending March 10. 1887: Temperature. Max Kin. 4........................ 74 51 5........................75 s s........................ 78 6 ........................ 77 61 t aS. 70 6o f.............. .......... 76 s is. 76 65 ....................... ALEX. BAND. Obeerver. Mandeville Station. La. Old papers for sale at this office Price, 25 sents per 100. Bauos Noma-Rev. G. B. Ellis will preach every Sunday as follows, until further notice. First Sunday-At Parkc 'a. Second Sunday-At Covington. at 10 A. w., and Madisonvills, at 7s. K. Third Sunday-At Mandeville. Fourth Sunday-At Fitzgerald. Fifth Sunday-At Betico. Civil District Court met and ad journed last Monday. There appears to be an ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 March 1887

,t. k*umaR! *afuf.J COV1NG T N. La.. March 12. $. The Tndians, (hemicml Compamy Lher dlssovereul a eoamposad which asi with truly mervelom rapidity is ths ear. of Rbmtisme mad Neraslg 1. We guarsamis it to euro act sad .verl soe of al.t Tu. inMa usell. 8ýets acd Neuralgia is2ag si.uuad togive immediate re USe. e~,..je ose and .Nea a Os t~esipt of 80 emisis 2 Bmut dwpq ve will mmud to -y address the proipeias foe this wosdsrfinl .sswposal. which mm be Sled by youerboss. druonlt at sall cost We take this mseans of giving our disswoery to the publie instead of Pwtisg it out ams apatest uediuimn, FA beirng much lss wxeave. We will gladly retund mosey if sails '.lion is motgivea. Tur mea Laa. O uLnc Co.. Crawfordsville, lad. Lend Oiesr New Orleans IA..)1 March 1,18. MT Mae sb srry giems that the Mlollre madSato senW haa sled moblee of his hasa t make lsnl proof im amp. peat of his shim, and Shat sai proof will he amada boosaiae bjudge. ar ia bia abamme the clrk atoSh Dhiahio Court. at Cd...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 March 1887

It. iamanuu brane. WYIGO. Q. WUISIAIIA. TNH GRANT BROTHERS. Two Am.s. es of me egm a. of stee me..r* fens., Readers of "Neholas Nickleby" need not be reminded of the 'Cheeryble Brothers." The onginala were the Messrs. Grant, whose extensive if some what eccentric benevolence was well known, to whom Dickens was intro du:.'ed, in company with Mr. John Morley, by Mr. W. Harrison Ainsworth, at a dinner given by Mr. Gilbert Winter In Illie. The survivor of the brothers used always to put a sum of money in his pocket to give away in the course of the day. A clergyman asked him for a subscription. *Pat your hand in my side pocket and you shall have all yea can And in it." The parson did so, amd fished up a sox eregn. "You are wr lcome to it." said dr. Grant, "only mand it is the only coin I have left." le once asked the same clergyman at di aner what his education had cost hits. ",A matter of £3,000," was the an swer. **Ps k afraid," said the questioner. "edhc ation is not a good investmen...

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

01. famg armer. "The Blmeip of Goveraentm, ike te Dewr irm Havesy, held Desei Alike up the ibeh ad the Pee." W. Q. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MARCH 19, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 12. A VALENTINE. E l*, Nature's it rest .treasure Mme- - Disnand rub emy amethst of aa pa ta the waves hae hissed- o rd in them i eas radiat twist Ta mahe my lov $ Vaeitrme. If I could ad the rarest lowers th aL over an the wide wo.rl same Te edeiwess, with true love power, Tn ee as sd the spirit ower rd pluck thme alls n oe lad hbe. la maek my tlov a Val sal e. lw t I coldat eah th 5ee beans in O briaght Auara's rays ve ad keep the .am or susnet skies. i .d ae the raibow's woadoa dyes, re th e*sow tat a them ses gc To PsOa my love a Valestie. I I CoseM hasn the lms ilas~ di And spls it is a goas line. And keep the starry saies oft mew. I rd Md them wit tLe lih asoP. hat bet sad bie bould b ald glow lb make my loss a Valeatse. ti ut smace these wishes may not be, No And mothing riech or ...

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 March 1887

COVINGTON. LA.. March1d, 1S87. Mrs. & . Kela.s....PAroptitrrss. W. G. Kesee. ........... Etihor. )stTn EVE'Y -ATrURDAi Ofeia Joemrml d 8L Tmuamyu Parish. (toe* py, Mse yea ..............1 0 One eepy ix meat4. ........... 1 00 eeo y three eoath........... I WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending aseb 17. 1887: Mavoh. 1 ....................... 5 (65 1. ............... .... 75 4 1.....3.................... 74 1O 14................. ..... 48 11....................... 74 S7 ALEX BAND. Obeerver. Mandewrile Station. La. DI&L. A SMITH, THE DENTWST! Will arrive in Oovingts nest Satorlay. the St k inst, sad e-Il uain the following week (eeort 4 week.) All inaeed of dental work should cat oan hi promptly. bshouald cal on him promptly. ti Spring commen.es to-morrow, a the 90th inst. A A number of new homentead no tices will be found on this pegs . ta The Pi!,ic Schools throughoat tlh, parish will open on Monday, the 4th of April next. Ti; " will ,e a judicial sale att hi 'l.e ('i. 'l....

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 March 1887

,SY IL 1.3U3. M 19, 186. eleny . , one boes am mar, Soer mle eattl sad mareban ad;es, $12 SL Obris J. improvems ts. 1 lorne and one wagon, $4 35. Parker Albert, 13 ares of land sad improvements, meetioa thirteen, township six, range thirteen, $5. Feeon Oarril Mrs, sften acres h lead and improveniatsa on Bayo Vanesat, $3 85. Porter 8 B, ten acres land and improvements, one hore, ten head of attle, $5 0. Penton J E three oxen, $3 70. Penton C W, two oxen, 7 head of cattle, one wagon, $4 67. Penton J J, improvements, four yoke oxen, twenty head of cattle, one horse, $8 78 Pauris L W, thirteen head cattle, two borees. $5 05. Parivi 8 E Mrs, 640 acres land on Bogue Chitto, $4 60. Popules C, improvements and 1 hboer, $6 3. Populas A. eighty asres land and improvemeute, southeast quarter of northeast quarter, lot 1. section 27T, towuhip four, range ten, $7 58. Popllas Boy, improvements, one bose, ten bead cattle, $880. Poplasd Margret, iaprovemaute. one horse, .ve bead of eattle; $ 15. Pip...

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 March 1887

fit. ý' rrurrx gumta oDYI1iGo1. GL LUnE aw. FAOmrNiUm am u gtunm FARMING IN CALIFORNIA. mnwa e Oww ows m samms m ue vlaes..e e..e.m t as.n. n .... Thegreat staple product of Ca~itorml is wheat, of which about i.y million bsheds, worth more than forty mllions of dollars, are raised in a good year, four-ifths of which are exported. This wheat is almost wholly raised on large ranches by contract. The wheat-grower isno more afarmer than he is a miner or a miller. He lets outhis plowing and seading by the acre, sad horrowsmoney from the banks to pay the bill, giving security on the growing crop. In ha vest-time a contractor comes on the ground with his harvesters, threshers and separators an outt costing as much as five thousand dollars. He brings his own crew of twenty to twenty-five men. who move from place to place, liv ing like gypsies in the open air. They gather in the broad fields of grain atthe rate of motr- than one thousand bushels per day, and leave the crop neatly piled up in...

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 March 1887

b6 . SammIIanyI fanmer. "The BkEleags of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Dessend Alike aues the Rich an the Res." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MARCH 26, 1887. VOL XIII.-NO. 1. PRUmON. The elomes heaa too lo.too low. The oet-bound streams refuse to siag; The cold. bleak blasts may bitter blow. tad natures pulse refuse to flow But, true as Truth, at lste"mes Spring! We toil and au with srasi and hand That our poor world may brighter yield; We see no blossom on the land; as wfalter, Gods command ~brings sU r su sand golden ied Down where the reapers sickle rings. We look and years for harvests o'er; Our hearts are fun of murmarings. We Soil in doubt. 1o. Autuma brings. As taes as Time. its treasure-stoo. All. true to God's good time. are done; All, true as Truth. despite our Sear; ameh eele mouaded out in sen Or a&&: all sweet fruition woe 0 weary hearts' have cheer, good cheer. -Bdmr L. Wleaesm, Is i C easqe'es. THE BANK OF FRANCE. A...

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 March 1887

OoVtwGToN, La.. Mralc s6,1887. One sepj...year.... ......... so Oilespy mls mono. ........... 140 Oea@ tyies moeths........... e WRATHER REPORT Per the pest week, ending Marb U4. 1317: U .%....................... 0 43 3....................... 7 43 . . . . 1 39 as....... ...... a 4s ALEI. BAND. Observer, Mandeville Station. La. District Court, jury term, will - eveme next Monday. Capt. Sharp, the oysterman. is at the wharf with a eargo of Sie Next week buing court week, a aomber of lawyers will visit or usually quiet towu. The law for the protection of 1 qumal partridges and pLeasants will go into etedt next Friday. the 1st of April. The route of the railroad to Abita Springs has been laid out, and the work of clearing and grad lus is progreming. A liberal reward is offered for in formation that will lead to the con viction of trespassers on the lands of A. Thomame. See notice. We lesr that a brother of Mar shgl P. J. Dulion was accidentally 1 killed in Plaquenuines perish, by a 4 tr...

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 March 1887

uovmyoy. LwA., qIrbS * Mal UU MYZAMMRA! O~kw Journal of 81. T-Miay Phiul~p Rai. i ame n md mt - remte ia Parest trmý Psi M o.Lei boundedi b Le~, Ceroll, Cot.. sad lolorm.. rekse, is Mead. Pow 89A._ ruyace lead and begmoe vmmi. soutbeeet quarter of ae~lbuseg quarter of moeuionsime. bun..bIp oirht.raew.R4. $4 90. V stat. 70 oea lend 10.~me t on 61b. Boger " Pietas B.. el66 Pmbam, Sa sree laud mud iiprvo .meta mad cattl, Rebuet Jeu~ph,10 lmomsof land 44 Rp. Jiberty mad two yoke of R.hbit Hary. on. let end is N.z P. neuth balt of equrte $0ml seuth belt 61 square 15. ii. Dl Im esSprisg.Covigtos.P $20 lapino H C, iirproemni~a, orne er.. wo yasoke ozoi.en wages.. Robert. H IL egl4 mm lesdMa S~d .rtww0juerter of ofabe asobam three, tooa~bip elsevn. $0 7f. Rob" ed. Uklin. eighty rimsof had,. ortk asst quarter of moeth -mm endI-mi aodheee~t quart., ofmotbwoesqsesrter of .etsoan 34 swnebi ,a s reap eeve, $1 s lure.r AIs.. twe yoke oeas, tore bed of eaWe, loo bores. *56.di 1D, 10 95 16mmore len...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 March 1887

W.O. .E EmL, as.,r. 0OVINGTo.. - LOUISUARA. THE GOOD FARMER. Sum rmal ths manUessirh ema. se mea - -e m*-e ase.s.. The good farmer is he who conducts his besinees asdoesevery good bnleass man in other departments of labor. Ptrsperity comes of Intelligent enter Prwse !and industry, in a thorough knowledg of the business in hand. It is not the education of schools and col leges that give industry and enterprise, beat, all else being equal, education as sists largely. In fact, it is a most im portant integer to success in any call ing, and quite as much so to the farmer as to any other business man. A good farmer is methodical. He does his work at the proper time and in proper season. He keeps himself posted on market prices sad never refuses to sell when values show a proper proft for his labors. His circumstances may not permit him to hold a crop for some possible larger price in the future, yet ho never sells at a loss to himself. ex cept in such cases, for instance, when an untowar...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 2 April 1887

Ztmm.n farmer.. "The hssigm of verummnt, Ib. the Dm froe ]M.%ve, Shkald Deseuad Alme ie dh Hick mad tPeer." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., APRIL 2, 1887. VOL III.NO BLUE EYES. *What makesy eyes s blue. my dear!' IThe loer alt Ia the smg of the year. The eaatr I abt a the deLwL .I Wiees he e ahsse st-e-sots do dwe.L" "What aea yer eym so blue, my w.isr Tbe kabeal ased I them anum" of e. "They sahw the emoe is oeam doeep. whe. m oasu see o my bears I "What ma.kesyreyes o bht' qute low. The ather ached i a the massums glow. "Becaume the pme love of wr eor d a dear Keeps thlem feh and youthful ern year M "whats maea e so blue ad blright?' The oN masn asked tthe wintry aIgt. beause thy eteet the heaven above. Whoee we halln eaonaue our earthly ove." --ruZ A. Hrent, ia CAmpe Sam. DU08 WHO OWNED HIlL 8todeas faowlm How They Po sensermbndr IMaster." on Uep was Ase W e mn m asm. t e a W WrtS-rNre·e my at, Prt Ihave been ownedby a good may 1 dogs in the course of m...

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