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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 2 April 1887

P.O I S, i. u "nar. 00VINOTON, LA.. April 2,1887. lIBURD EVERY SATURDAY Ma. S V. .Kensls.. ..Proprietreea. W.G. asusl ...........Editor. Ois lJoursal of St Tammany Parish. os erpy. s. year ............I Oe soep six moths. ........... 1 00 a** three m tbh ........... 0 WEATHER REPORT Per the past week, ending arch 1. 1887: S....................... 71 41 S ........................ 75 5 g ....................... 0 65 l ........................ 6l 40 31........................ 7 3 Mmn tem as for marsh-Yazi -ur, T1. Mianimm. 51.0. lumber ot asiay · ay, 4 Total ain Ell, 1.71 laebsh. ALEX. BAND, Ob.erver, Mandeville Station. La. iBausoem Nonam--Rev. G. R Elis will preach every Sunday as follows, until further notice. First Sunday-At Parker's. Slecod Sunday--At Covin$ont at 10 A. r., and Madisonvills at Third Sunday-At Mandeville. Fourth Sunday-At Fitzgerald'. rFith Sunday-At Betieo. This is the last oyst R month. The Public. Schools will open aet imdsay. MaLch ame in and went out like Slam...

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. — 2 April 1887

bovluoTlt+O.K LA.. April 3. 1661. UBWID ZVkUY SATURDAY IMgd JA. ihepee m hues. tee heed .1 l 10. Lmrr. C A. iinprowinemt, meO 4au.,. 3 ykm.zs.. -g wages mmd me..ubm.diu.. u" 2. Iwrjos, i a,1 huoea Md m .ead dee 5 6. Yspew- W S. -0 weew ead, em the wen eii. of b. Tehelush sine. and brisk yard, $1 06. Mmllee 8. inprovemmte, two bIead ofe9&tlsad uight owP 47. Mid. a Mr threew yake oeem. taieetlhOmind at dery log. $ 35. MeKimay C A, imprvem em.a. I bead ofeettleand omebggy. $ 9L Wague T. 660 asres had, one eqi1® tswamlp 6, nuag km. Mit l C. aem bhsm.3 head of earn Jokb. oe kbrne, 35 head ' Pramk, ker head of edilk $ 3a Miller Wan., is bera 25 head ac eettlek :it.OI a~~ martSI· P,~ awe hon, one aaM Ourtli I. ir.v.mea ti.1 hoem. eel..n. wage., $4 35. P ykerAsuk133 mle eof lbad biwumbip uzc magýe etir teire.5o. Q1·Mf row &b UkbM $L~ Peehmo m rvil re ihtasm mere. had sad inpsrevaemtu em Daso PiJ5.~ -g Parlor $ Ma amr Lad and -e+a~h me Moe,,s teare hnd etrU% P I3L0. Nhmem*3ii J , tfi...

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. — 2 April 1887

St. tannng gamy w. a CDancmGTO:, WrINTO. WU- A BURMASH RUBY MINES. Whse te em he Ammr. ae sow ws smalL The mes are id to be ol wixty mito the veryt t of m the. temme Go vemet the rub tme m have been arely gnade rtm all srangers, and believed this ems at least ovledger 100 regquarg them s ilee smThe al Te mi tes ae said to be ortl aboutdes sixapphty mies and ortherstones and well. The mintent were ground ove ro the rubes exist h es nt ere p ia mono assumcertained bat t is beGoieverd to ete at least over 100 square miles. The vanow cle aim these mines was ruporte a few years ago to be worth unnuall' fomThe "gem12,000 to e100 bt this i stratades spphires thed other stores a arell. The mies ere wholly rpoint property and the stones were a monop oly of the Kng -bedm this been toay assumd the horat the Inaditalga Goreformena il now claiknm the ruby mines. The "gem belt," as it is culled, a strata in which te rbies aothers theund arefoesund consideral fey t din eret point in itsdepth. ita ...

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. — 9 April 1887

0*. rnnmany farmer. The'Bleming of Govenrent, Like the Dew. fHemIse, 8heald Decead Alike upon the Rieb and the Peer." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PAlIISH, LA., APRIL 9, 1887. VOL. XIII.NO. I. WHAT IS LOVE? when tme goes by with weary tread When eamber clods my skies oe'asperea Whe asleep baesc my sexis eyes Amd DIe q nt et . i ighs; Wena diy a.right Ican giv. L adonly fLer sit U: If this, L trath, be love. I knew mat love. Rise eyse ml sightly close to iset; Sll fellonwship with joy I beep; Time still hies o with active tread; mt!etI eat my daily breed. Nor wase y hours Idly Nor at la's feet ls d If dd bee to love, I havew act loved. But if it be to kiss tbe and (f sweetest maden In the laed; 'o thInk om half aso fair a she. Though others are as fair-ea be No maide heart so white sad pre As bees. wherein I est seem; If this. I to aen be love. Thea do I love. To eager be to lead IIe'sevs; Tloowe myself to be a se; To strive, to toel that I may be Al my dear love dot...

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. — 9 April 1887

VOVINGTON, LA.. April 9, ItsS. Mrs. S. V. Keatasi....Propuieotre.. W. G. Kestel ...........Editor. Oleial Journal of 8L Tammany Parish. WEATHER REPORT ApriL 1...................... a 45 3........................ 74 48 3........................ 74 5 4...................... W 55 5........................ TI $4 8........................ 7t 44 ........................ 77 47 ALEX. BAND. Observer. Mandeville Station. La. Rsuesous Nocrs.-Rev. G. R llis will preach every Sunday as follows, until further notice. First 8auday-At Parker's. Second Sunday-At Covington,. at 10 a. , and adisonvrill, at Third Sunday-At Vandeville. Fourth Sunday-At Fitgerald's Fifth Sunday-At Betico. Blackberries are red. Huckleberries are ripe. To-morrow will be Easter Sun day. Gardens are languishing for want of rain. Picaics and seig parties are of daily oceurrenos. Quarterly meeting is in progress at the Methodist Chrch. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs E K. Doyle is seriously ilL Straw hats have appeared. The...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 April 1887

OC INGTON, LA.. April 9, s17. -L _ IBnED EVERY 1ATOIDAY WaBPSAPER LAWS AND I.EULATIO. i. L. e who do e aot si eiprom moues to the eatrary, rse osemidisrd as wishing to coatims their i-eriptol. i If shee.ribers order the die. eoetiamees of their periodicals the publisher may estimne to sud thie mtl all arrearage are paid. 3. If ubeeribters megtes or re fame to %tke their periodicale fromn the ooep to which they are direct ed, they are held reeposible until they eave settled their bills, sad erdemed them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to ether without informing be pub lI, and the papers are seat to the former direction, they are tbe14 repomsibl& & The courts have decided that "sreumig to take periodieaml from the Oiea or removiag o lr aviw them seaaled for," is prism efcis e.vissee of intended fraud. &. Amy peraos who receives a per and makes see f it, hw e has ordered it or not, is held in law to be a suberibem. T. If e.bsribes pa in eadvaace they ar boand to give...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 April 1887

It. Fammaq *aim.. w.a. K uu.aar., -- - COVlINGTO. - LOUIASIANA. FIRST PERSON SINGULAR. mne*e.r nt a Craral C sraieisi or se.Me reepi We IIers. The letter "r' is the boundary of the whole world of sensation and the mirror wherein are reflected all outside phe nomena. We live and think and under .tand by its realization, and through its Iower of absorption we get a glimpse tf th *..r' of others. It is the Alpha and Omega of all speculation--the sole beacon of light in the midst of universal darkness. In it all nature is focused and all life represented. " " " "What the 1"r' does not know has no existence for man;" "'What the eye does not see the heart does sot crave," d. "What the "r does not know the mind can not acceplt." are truisms. That which some organisms feel and believe are non existent for others. A person who has always been blind can have no pereep tion of color. a deaf person no idea of harnmony. This is the metaphysical aspecr t of "I.'" The "'r of every-day lile is in s...

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. — 16 April 1887

t. anmmanu farmer. "The Blesing of G ot.em t, Like the Dew from Have, 8eld Desel d Alike upo tb Rl udl tbo Per." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., APRIL 16, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. I1. THE QUESTION ANSWERED. orIhury ws rwss -o lacmia oU ber he ntesmed doeao Uwust wa mlght- saver siteu; Yet . yeamnssr aemess oiug Pelmsmwere her .eses steepl I a asiat yet sabtle ude; a.mat breat o roses sleep.g Left her s"o iasataMssuL 'MM the Wae saft hmra. em Odesed the plaiatave aLtinlag,; Listeea aesulem to his tae. SShuld aB emsmm.es disar Nature somehow thfailed to charum. i to a ms a mes down too brightty. Love-bird weary with his trill? 0ses cease t. sir to slightly? What-oh what-was lacklha sMil As ae podrdts iladneass stoke be Love om the dora, of Manunaur.. "You are going to do Spain! Would you mind buying me a real Toledo ! ade?" This from a young bachelor friend, whose apartments in New York are so full of brio-s.-6c that I dread visiting him lest an unguarded moveme...

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. — 16 April 1887

$lt. amu aay ar eiur. 5bVIONaTOI, LA. April 16,18.. Mrs. a v. V ental....Proprietress. W.G. Kestal ........... Editor. One oy six mothl . ........... 1 00 Oneop throe mouths........... 50 Oeepy.e year ...... ............ 00 Obeist Journal of St Tammany Parilh. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY WEATHER REPORT Tqpperateof. For the past week, ending April 4. 1887: ApriL S............. .......... 4 62 11.................. 7 47 I................. .... 0 4 1.................... . 5 13 ....................... 6SI I 14........ .... .... . . 83 61 ALEX. BAND. Observer. Mandeville Station. La. Miss Fmalie Loyd died in Coy. Imgtom last Tuseday evening. Miss Mary M. Kellar has been serionely ill for thei past two days. The weather has been very warm for a ew days, sad slightly cloudy. but so raim yet. It i badly need ed. Vitori, ibaut daughter of Mat thaus sad Barbara Zeivogel, died last Tuemdy moramiag aged 7 weeks sad 9 days. Mr. Bossy ad Miss Katie Des mood were married at the Catholic Charh, last Mondi...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 16 April 1887

Timm ~a~qArcr. (JV.u i v) L.%. A tit 1i, i i 14t... a. V 1 etatze.. . . t'opi ice rw.. IV. G. Ket.tzei .. *yditlrrr Ole c..pyi:.. luntha ........ w r 1 sa *a* apjp Utre reaW.....,..... i Oas tone. one tsar . - !d tr NEWSPAPER, LAWf AND REULATICNI. . S.bimcriters, who do not give ezpreq. notice to IbeS conhtrry, are couiierued a. wieLdng to coutinue thells snbtnxipl iea. 2- 11 etsbgcrsilers order the lis. eoutiuue.nce of their 1'crit.slicrais, i time j.unklisise t ssy cosetiuse to. ntin Sl61u u, ntil .111 arsehatEg..g are lahisI. 3. If swabacritre- ~eseglrci or re isHsu tho tlke their Ie-3iO'licm!a Fowrna thme e'ffire to hirhitl 1le0 ael-lms, cdi 4-4, Use are h" Ie-tl.as-sunso.ibt.. sumit orderedI tie. ma " .4-..83tj1.eiel. 4. if as.idi sers ,moesore to other glace:a. waitbholut info. miing iIse. pnnie, er, ns'l thte .. Ssrs ar.. se-nt to She former .Jm clioss, they alitJ, t..ld r.eais.uilsle. j 5. Tihe csurts Smuve slecidiod that is 'rmsenoisg t.# atae jseiaiss.li"I... fre.,., thee ...

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. — 16 April 1887

ot. tammalq past . W. A. u L. Mter. ODVINGTO:. - IUISIANA. 8TANFOROr MAIL. tas ..<h. or e. -..... ae.. name*** ra Dmw .....U e an... Senator Lelamd Stanford. who is a frequent viitor to New Tork. employs a sharp-witted ex-journalist la Wash Inglton as his private secretary to sift ut o his daily mil theletters raaks, dead-beats and beggars. and keeps three or four shorthand writers bsily en gaged in preparing the aswers to those that require attention. The mas of let tersthatare poured in upon the senator from the post-oace, morning and even g, is so great that itwold be appal img to a ma les meethodical i his habits or less able to employ competent assetace. They come from all sorts mad conditions of people, but those who have something to sell are among the most persistent of thb Senator's caos respondent II believe the Senator would own one-half of the land in the country if he bought all that was offered." said his private secretary. "I don't believe there are many land-poore...

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. — 23 April 1887

Z*. &5umag farncr. fThe BleUings of Goer oam t, Like the Doven irom Hav , Should Deesemd Alike pn A hes W e ad the Peer." IV. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., APRIL 23, 1887. VOL. XIII.N0. 17. TO MOTHER. Ia my best a to~r song Ha bees se-en ver lons For its tease a. wondrous sweet Were the tirst my ears to geet, And shall bbee thae to It was sum to pate It was shown in eyes, Iwudtý tbg i Sweet as angels siag above The pure song of mother's love! Ufoths laowe! 0.who shall inesfts Hopes the siaking heart would bestow, Prayers that rise through seas of teats. Fond devotion fringed with fears, Selfrdenial. asking sone, Faith whose course Is never Emn Mother's losm, it neve quails, Till at last the eat soul fails. And the tmbling hands are dropped. And the dauntless heart s stopped! Then in vaia regret we pine For that lt4ohsoaw di if we. 0 my onther, new to yeo May my gratitude be true, Summer has bees fall of storm, Winter now enfol your form. And your head b...

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. — 23 April 1887

COYINGTOY4, LA.. April 23, INS?. W. 0. KeubseI ...... Editnr. D .e y eli " " . ....... lee O00 ..py three m~ths. ......... IS *me..pj... yeweer.... ......0 00 ISU MD EVERY SATURDAY WEATHER REPORT Tgapersturs For the pat week, ending April 21. 1887: ...... ................ as 61 IT.......... ......... ..... 7 s 18........................ 83 63 1*........................ 60 55 IS........................ 8s 54 !1 . 8263 s ........................ s a ALEX. BAND, Observer, Mandefille Station. La. The Vandeville eleetion will take pleew nest Monday, the 56th inst. Theren aretwo negro prisonersim jail, eherged with shooting with in test to kill Dr. S. A. Smith, the popular and skilled deutist, will arrive to-might and rewain a few days. miss Mary eller I. still eon Sued to her bed. and has bem very low, but i. slowly improving. Thi steamer New Camelia has gone to Algiers for repairs, and the Heneie is rusning in her plase. Mr. Tens Badesux, of Madison yule, and Miss Louise Buehler were ma...

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. — 23 April 1887

Ft. Sammnag! *xart. UOVLNUTON4. LA.. April 23,187 ea. &. V. K.aiss.I... .krup irt~reu. W.G. Wetaabs .......j tor. NEWSPAPER LAWS AND 3EGULATIONS. L Subeoriberw, who do not give express noties to the contrary, are eoeidered as wishing to continue their suhbsription. S. If sebecribers order the di. coetimuanea of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them untl all arrearages are paid. S. If subscribers neglect or re fuse to take their periodicals from the oeos to which they are direct ed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bils, and ordered them disecontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other without imforming the publi'r, sad the papers are sent to the former direetion, they are hald mpemsible. 5 The eourts have decided that "relaxing to take periodicals from the oeast or removing or leaving them inesfed for." is prmmej ecie evidemee of intended fraud. 6. Any persee who relives a ew e and makes mes of it, w ihe has ordered it or not, is held ...

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. — 23 April 1887

Ft amua3 fmff w.Ga.KEKuata,. COVINGTJ_:. - LOUISIANA. MAKING BEESWAX. The anebs onao.ae lets woa bo Am BuMasseat or the soor g as. The rendering of combs into beaews can be affected by artifcial heat, or 1 the sun's rays. The besting on stovs or by steam is the most usual way. is many inexperienced persons spoil the wax either by melting it without wate or by over-boilia or by using dill iron kettles When comb is mite over a stove, it ls not absolutely asec say to have aa apparatus expressi made for the purpose. Any ordinal boiler will answer A great deal o water should be used, and a moderal beat applied. When the wax i thoroughly melted, it can be dipped o the top, by using a piece of wire-clot shaped like a dipper, hung In the ketti to prevent the coarsest impurities fin being dipped out. We have never see any old combs, no matter how old, thi did not make nice yellow wax who treated in this manner, or by the use e1 a wax-extractor. As a mattered cours a good wax-extractor, prope...

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. — 30 April 1887

0 &mmuonm farmcr. "The Blesin.g of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Sheold Deseend Alike Upea the Ridh ad the Peer." W. 0. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., APRIL 30, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 18. EASTER DAY. I then eey much fainter t han wthen dis- -.-o treendn-. in fza. that n-r , i CHINA'S* FUTURE POLICY. I SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. I V.O R UGY"Id m1et . at hot.¢L h( If EASTER DAY. hen reea keeps aster De , The tiny blades ar ri nn; The h en wLge e tines muo and rnin hou cn thefrm their hde New tine lagi to b and blom. Ad iU earth with gladess; Gne are the days of wlitrv glom; Spring is tims or sadae . . Smas tUe and snub the new Use feel hrough every vel warm lowing; And buds Iras ort-4he pmise sa Of eaves and fru soon growing; he little streams-o-boun so long Psa their setters, thin With Easter joy-blnls he Christ ai rim-s s sa tmhi.. ten; From doubts and srrow ies sewesl, With love and faith o'esrwing. Lat Hope again rise hrm the tomb Of earthly griefs sad ...

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. — 30 April 1887

it. kmmaqrJ *ýalr. COVINGTON, LA.. April 30,1887. Mrrr. .S V. Kiarcaei....ropaiutremr W. (I. Kenzbei .E litor. I One coypy si woatba. ........... 1 00 (One)· J three Monthbs . 50 OInecUEI. oneyuear..............0! LSSUED EVERY .4 TURDAY WEATHER REPORT Temperature. Max !lis. For the past wek, ending April 18. 1887: ApriL ........................ 82 T2 t..................... ... . 75 6 Si ........................ 7 64 S......................... $0 411 l7/........................ 99 69 ! ... 8s $8 ALEX. BAND, Observer. Mandeville Station, La. Blackberrie are ripe. To-morrow will be, May Day. Improvements are steedily go- i ing on. May-haws will be ripe to-mor- c row. n This is the last day of the oyster t season. Rmen I The weather is warm and dry. r Rain is badly needed. L The Lonn place is now occupied by a family from the city. & destructive hail storm swept over Washington perish luad week. Owing to the long drouth, there v uas been a gret a.areity of April , abowers. The card ...

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. — 30 April 1887

FZ1 o~ili~L?~c~26r::r"St' -OI··igpl ~~~ 50~ar.. r ~ pT-~~e~ g ~ R-~L AYE.~ 10 rirdl-o ir~u ~ Pp. Oh i~r- iirltiuy.uino Wal ? amJ b for $ hr aO ini Paaqeuu wit .~ al ALRuc um Ollwa 46l·' aiA~ q sad . 4044eblm.. Veim Cipm ba'Osk s i~~i&o~ odWhl te,- Fe f DSileid 'j Na *6*eEUte npitl~ toee ri Rb mmd inteard of jrg s a dp atgumedirte . . listim ibred. buS sud ~?· a sa t Oe a muilr~ro~bis womrh is hm*bygpr os that themal ýr -l d witte t rtes ow tr.. Lt Piles ea eiriej. Mal T tfiif . t osrthsee is the owa o tpsatet meiatfthe (Jr par at eat enis.ap, e a .ti oft eM "Set SeasI~or to M sasatr Id.. l- h b.. t the t the ". )IlI g -\-k ~ i3sy, Ma, Ik Waghe e ither iathe bW oferinc . YbUcIibgd Usrode1tbe ~ ma Tb Tlro~mlim sd peih Q5plb ofY- saab, OsUiag., 4 beweklab da eitn Ia $ sad speelhuaisa Ia he mr at Es Q· ern·Lmthe Oe <uzhosae. or· 1t.ibinab errithr altke mademagmu *~ £. -rLI NJWSFAPU LAWS AND. * 6ULATION6. L U . who do sot give m· , of their pieriodicaast l~~rma ecuEw tise to md -1...

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. — 30 April 1887

T ammay IVmrj W . G . - a I "6m . aa COYINGTOJC. - UIUANA. Q PC TRUTHS IN A NUTSHEL The see.nI eeu u.i WVk m V.e w d.. Amr..ma.n n r emM e.... Farming in uEngi dis cosi th most aristocratic of all pnadts. Ia deed, itis the omly beu s ewhbiceh the higher aristocracy can ga w out some la opremtl If appeero land should allow tho re d his name ad mone y a merantilo b . nes the tire communlty would raise its hands ian h or, ad hewould hear no ensad to the smeers at his shop-keep. ing." But the aistocracy are allpro. of their reputation as farm. The Queen herself, and the Prince of Waie are coastant exhibitors at the fat tock .owr and other agricultural exhibi tia and psrve the thies won on such oecasiop s as honorae diaetl Ssng,.. The Prince Consort during his lie, prided himself especially ou his reputation as tafrmer. He gave t the business his Immediate penad upe v'ion. and was active ln promotidg agricualtural improveseats. rventhelargertenuat farmers in B gland, rank with what is al...

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 May 1887

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Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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