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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 May 1887

Lc Biaauas Aamnr. COVINGTON, La.. May 7, 1887. Mrs. S V. Kentsel.... Prolptietreas. W.O. Kentel ........... Editor. One eopy sit months ........... 1 00 )Onoeepy three months.......... 50 Oneeopl, one Tear.... ..........$2 00 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending May 5. 1887: Temperature. MaI Min. 29 ........................ 83 72 30 ........ .......... 82 70 1..................... .. 83 73 .. ................ ... 84 7,2 3 ....................... 83 71 4....................... 7 61 5.......... . .... ..... 6 56 Meaa temperature for April-Maxi mumn 78.14. Minimum. 56.21. Ilambe- of rainy days, I. Total sain fll, 1.55 inches. ALEX. BAND, Observer, Mandeville Station, La. We had a fine rain last Wednes day. Col. W. F. Hoemer and family arrived from the city Thursday evening. Bide are invited for building a tabernacle at the German Settle ment. See advertisement. Manaumn.-In Covington, La.. on Saturday, April 30, 1887, by Judge W. Kennedy, F. P. Stuart and Miss ...

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 May 1887

COVINGTON, LA.. May 7, 1887. Mrs. S. V. Kentzel.....Proptietrees. AV.. Kentzes .......... Editor One copy air Months. ........... 1 00 Oneoopy three meaths........... 50o One copy, oune year............ ..8 00 ISSUED EVEiRY SATURDAY CLUBBING ARRANGEMENT AND PREUIUM. We will send the WzrEKL Pica fuNs or time WFVrsL Tamas-Dnte caO and Sr. TAMnuIY FAPmEit one year, to any address, for $2 50, payab!e in advance. All pai4 up subscribers of tihe FPsarn are presented with a copy of Dr. Kendall's celebrated ''Treat ise on tie hlorse and His Diseases.' A waost valuable book. heuacatil and NeuralgIia Cured ms two Days. The Indiana Clemical Company lave discovered a compound which asts witll truly marvelous rapidity in the cure of R!meumantismn and Neuralgia. We guarantee it to cure any and every ease of acute Inulas matory Rhenmatism and Neuralgia in 2 DAYS. and to give immadiate re liet in chronic oases and effect a speedy cure. On receipt of 80 cents, in 2 cent stamps, we will send to any a...

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. — 7 May 1887

. I . iauuiq_* Al.r YVINt'oI. - & LOUISIANA :ArTIFflIAL log. nsat b rce .sw. ue of the most remarkable practial ppliatIs f sole. is the prodmo uti of articial ice, horB the peserv tiemof eood Ia large cites. In New York, for instance, there is no loag. any waste of sh, Seek, bowl or rall from heat orday. Inallthe packin houses, under the vast freight depots at St John's Park, a well as the ware house nea the markets, there is a con stat production of artificial ice, wi.cL tresses all pershablefood, sothat itcam be kept any reasonable leagtof time utilsold. During te dogdaysturke. and chickens are fromen a atil as at say time in midwlter. This artificial ice is ever so mush ceaperthan natural See, because it can be msanfactured when required and does not can for the labor handling. Ammonia is the principal ingredient used in Its mana facture. A daily paper on this .abject saus: "The artificial producton 01 cold is, of course, no new thing. As far back a 1824. Vallance, is 1834, P...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 May 1887

Zt. rnmmanr armrr. "The Bleasing, of Goverament, Like the Dewn from Laven, Sheuld Deseend Alike upon the Ruib md the Por." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MAY 14, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 20. MY LOVE. Bereyas are uke stars of night. er voices like mase tairamy heart oer dark brown hair is tieed with oll. No form but hers hase saeck a grace; She s a pleasure to behold Like sunlight, cheering every place. Nat ir above these ears of earth Is her sweet eal, that from her eyes Shines where so sin ath ever birth. A living proof that never die. To C Joathoeas ofr wealt and fme My gadtle mal doth not asphe, Yet, when beside some artful dame, You ong for Air whose charms ne'er us. Amn when you gae iker bright hae, And note her sweet seemoae air, Yo'd bardly think that you could trace A brave and steadfast spirit tere nut to you cam; and thus I know That she'i betrue in t of all: For why? doth not her ole life show A priceles love that naught an panl -mar V. Duase. A "F...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 May 1887

COVINOTON, LA.. May 14, 1887 4111-,d -- ,,, Mrs. . V.-- K~tse... Pr,opi, ri.~ea W.. G. Kentael ........... Editor. Oa.e opy m ......... o00 On ropy three moaths........... o Oe ooep, oe ear ... ......... 00 ISUED EVERY ATITURDAY * WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending May 12, 1887: Temperature. Max Iiia. -. ...................... 83 69 ********.--- ........... 84 69 **...................... 87 59 87 59 -.... .................... 92 60 10........................ g9 61 11........................ 8 U1................ ..... 61 ALEX. BAND, Observer, Mandeville Station, La. Summer sojourneor arrive by every boat. Dry, hot and dusty. Rain 'is badly needed. Mr. MoEvoy is bIilding a store at Boesier City. Blackberries are parching for want of rain. We publish the delinquent tas list to-day, on the third page. We learn that the Cladel place, in Covington, was sold this week. The Crystal Springs House will make a Lee appearance when com pleted. We learn that an epiJamic of sore eyes is prev...

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. — 14 May 1887

COVINGTON, LA.. May 14,. 1887. STATE TAX SALES Of IlOYVABLE PROPERTY. State of Lnaisiana Pariah of St. 'Tm. runy, vi. Delinquent Tax Debtors. Nj virtue of the authority vested in as b the Coanstitution and Laws of the tato of Louisiana. I will ell. at the princeial front door of the Courthoase ia which the Civil District Court or aid parish ia held. within the leoal houar orjdicial sales, beginning at 11 o'clock A. . oan Saturday. June 18. 1887. end continuing on aho snaoeeding day antil aid ales are completed, all Ute poperty upon which taxes are now due tstho e tate of Louieiana and Paris's of Mt Tammaany. to enforce the collection of taxes aesesed in the year 186, to ether with interest thereon from the Slst day of December. A. D. 196, at the vate of I per cent. per month until paid and all costs. The names of said doe. liequent tax debtors, the amount of taxes due by each on the assessent of mid Jar, aad the property asseumed to each to be offered for sale is as follows: Baptist...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 May 1887

W. Q. K::.N'KEU., EAlter. OOVINGTj. - LOUISLANA.i WESTERN ENTLRPRISE. Tihe New nas Pm ur Dnms 3 Iap IM NeW herlk b a WIetewrm mL Western energy ad dash was meve better demonstrated than in the eas of a young man who came to New York about a amouth ago to seek his fortune. His capital would hardly have been sufficient to pay a two months' board bill. He answered innumerable ad vertiseents, and visited a number of business houses in hope of securing em ploymet; but all his efforts in this direction were in vain. He was about to despair, and finally was trying to concoct some way by which he could secure transportation home, when he chanced to visit a place where the wax images of some of the famous people of the country are on exhibition. There he was seized with an idea that has re-I suited in his building up a paying busi ness, and which promises before long to be lucrative. He noticed how in terested the people were as they viewed the imagesof General Sheruan, Colonel Ingersoll and...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 May 1887

*. arnmanp farnwr. " The Blemiugs of Goveryment, Like the Dews from Romven, Shoald Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Pear" W. U. KENTZEL, Editor. . COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MAY 21, 1887. VOL. XIII.NO. 21. TWO DAYS. Somewhevse i that strange land we caD the Past, MUMn each of us has laid his treasures by. M heart has set one day whose light shall t E iars youth's golden years forgotten lie, arsmy life it shines sear, As through a stqrm-tossed sky one glorious star. one dsy struck suid a'midast the whirling years late the perfect calm of Paradise; Ohm day when Ue, set free ferm doubts and Lay love-Nit nader shinisgeummer skies. When I my heart's mad hopisg dared conmeas. Lad found a Heaven is my lady's "Yes." The clouds roll back; the gentle wind that sighs Low~r ugh the branches has her voice's er eyes look Ia sweet answer to my eyes; O mesore I feel her hand within my own. Let fortane s my treasures as she will. That one bright memory is with me still. Somewhere within ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 May 1887

-t - &uM aq ansr COVINGTOi, LA.. May 21, 1887. Mrag S V. Keua*ul.... .Prof aietre*. W. G. K..b.I . Editor. Os. oopy six noathg. ...... 1 00 Oa~eoopy tbree Waths...... *so Orne Copy. 050 Tea ..........20 I8SUED EVERY SALTURDAY WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending May 19. 1887: Temperature. Max Mia. 1 4................. 1... 9 s 16.6....... 8 s 1 6....................... P8 63 17................... ... 6 4 6! 18........ . 86 64 19. .6 64 ALEX. BAND, Obeerver, Mandeville Station. La. See tax sales on next page. Roasting ears have appeared. We have had several fine rain this week. There are three prisoners in the parish jail, all colored. We learn that a large three-story hotel will soon be erected at Boesier City. Oar correspondents occupy near ly all of our available space this week. Wool continues to come in freely. There is no better sheep and wool country than this. There was a delightful surprise party at the residence of Mrs, Ba relli lact Monday night. The City Hotel and...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 May 1887

1OOYNGTON, LA.. Mily A1 1M~87. "t. wnzi.... Propmactie m BSTATE TAX SALES `' . IE ABLE PIOPU~TY. me.t Louisiana Parish of St. Tam. many, vs. Delinquent Tax Debtors. virtue of the uathority vested in a. the Coestitution and Laws of the Stat Louisiana. I will sell, at the pribeial front door of the Courthouse the Civil District Coertof said rish held. within the legal hours feerjedleil sales, beginning at sI o'clock A. . oa 8aturday. June 18,1887. sld esotinuing on each succeeding day MUMti maid sales are comspleted. all the SUlan which taxes are now dele tate of Louisiana and Parish of Ut Tbesmany. to enforce the collection el tazes assssed in the year 1886, to er with interest thereon free the day of December, A. D. 1988, at the iats of I per cent. per month until paid add all costs. The names of said de liqusut tax debtors, the amount of taxes due by each on the assessment of said year. and the property aesses.d to eash to be offered for sale is as follows: Baptiste Chas, 81 91-100...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 May 1887

It. ?aumau! tamrwn. COVINGT .Z. - LOUSIANA. ROAD IMPROVEMENTS. Tbe fee.tly oI Awa4bnsa Gemoias Pd4 e Gooea seemay aEuhwaey. Many communities are not alive to the economy of good roads, but genet ally the trouble lies in bad methods of making and repairing. Often where the highways are well-nigh impassable except in the dry season, enough is ex pended to keep them in fairly good condition. Long years of vexatious experience has shown the disadvantage of the system of having each man "work out" his poll-tax on the highway. Men who work well for themselves or for an individual neighbor, shirk shamefully when working for the pub lic-themselves and neighbors collec tively. Of the laborers put upon the roads a considerable number expend most thought and effort in killing time. I have noticed that the men who never clean a shovel when they use it at home clean it after every live minutes of use on the highway; and this cleaning re quires ten minutes-five for the manu facture of a paddle an...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 May 1887

_t. kamman farmer. "Thi BleesiP of Govrament, Like the ews m fr Heave, Shoeld Deeoead Alike upen the Rie sad the Pee." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MAY 28, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 22. £ NA V - n I ..Q..& - A WONDER OF LOGIC. Hshead so Rledwi knowledge he treshman yar. et Oorse you aadets . t.moed a dot a mother (.m, d .ute beleve anotaer Sie asnd brigh existed ia the last. a, hord Bo agie da shtgi r atier asemise ad she n trea With qUninng ls Tbnagl Ilath to tIle re. cam oat best. Oe mtarn thn am was sowin . Walt swo fag sin, there more mssn M.d is .eSThe pe seaeated. nat two "' He emile, .coteted. 4 m mr thet k aoter: s a tsmn boy. Iyuv HeAn O e rm Tbn dle y to rye i U'A e.r cares amid. er sr the Iam " It is only natural for a class of men having a many ups and downs to but tl sb nt the seeret of the care- t t UcImances of men who operate eleva ELEVATOR KEN. I n Ospa btio Tidindown to wn, a ans d odws eoug Why as at theey hav e sober v vas, . iof Taoo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 May 1887

/C-j OOY(1NTOYý AL. May 28. 1887. Mr. B. V. Hemlt.... Proprietreem. c W.G.K G. . ....... ..Editor. I One espy sit .;anus. .......... 1 40 Oneespy three mstM...ha.... i0 S 0mg eepy. one year ..............00 1 ii insvRDEVEY STTURDAY LSSUlEDElRY SATURDAY WEATHER REPORT ' For the pt week, ending May 6.16 87: 1 Tepreaatre. i Ut........................ 8s 61 1 l .... .................. 88 63 tS....................... 8s oS 3 ........................ 93 65 st........................ 91 71 5 ................... 88 72 s...................... . so . ALEX. BAND, Obeirver, Mandeville Station, La. We bd a fine rain yesterday, and another to-day. Work on the railroad to Abita Springs is progressing rapidly. The ist train will.arrive in about sntamn ds. r Wepdlish in another column sa interesting account of a trip to Pearl Biver Station by a commit-' tee of eitims from SL Bernard Mr. Louis E. Mathieu, of Hiek. oryOrove Place, presented us, this morning, with some Ien peaes~ Thqey are dely Savored...

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. — 28 May 1887

St. Zamuaq fanuer. I VO~4I TON LA.. May 28, 18587. - &Q. G.K n lzel.... P Edpiitrc . W.G. ebHe n ·····ze Edt . Edtr w. (. nentael zom - * - - MONITION. tlste of Louisiana, Parish of St. Tam Sm.yn--Eightemeth Judicial District Oeart. Ia the matter of James Demoruelle, praying fora monition-No. 1584. SaI d" om iaw psefa may come, grd Wmnaa. At a public judicial sale, in the suit entitled James Demoruelle vs. OIbb Parker. No. 1533, of the docket of this cort, on the 4th day of September, 184, the Sheriff of this parish did ad diste and sell unto the said James morulle, plaintiif for the price end sum of 8750. the following de seribed property belonging to the said Gibb Parker. defendant : Lot No. 2, containing 50 romes; lot No. 4, containing 50 6-100 acres; lot No. F. containing 48 acres; lot No. 10, contain lag 50 10-100 acres; lot No. 12, contain ig 50 40-100 acres; lot No. 14, contain ing 50 acres; lot No. 17, containing 9 88-106 acres; lot No. 20, containg 40aores; lot No. 3, c...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 May 1887

St. au.R .q _Iuuw 1Y CDYINGTONC WUIS THE INDUSTRIAL SOUTH. f- ·I-m--asres semsses. L_ bm m m te ca esr oar so..a The soil of Chattanog is Sertile in iron. It underlies the very city, ad everywhere ribs the vast mountainas which surround it sad stretch away on every side as far as thme canreach. But iron dug out of the groundis mixed with impurities that eed to be purged away before it is At for its multitudinous uses. These anxiliary materials ar generally found at such distances from the ore as to involve a heavy cost ina transportation. But in thissetion they i lie side by side and all together, the i iron with the coal needed for coke, the lime-stone for sameting the ore, and the fire-elay sad sandstone forthe construe tion of furnaces. An ideaof these mi eral resources thus tributary to Chatta nooga can not better be given than in I the words of General John T. Wilder, 1 the founder of the iron-works at Rock 1 wood. He says: "The coal-field of Tenmease extends entirely across th...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 June 1887

au Sammann narmer. "The Bleoings of Goverament, Like the Dee from Heaven, Should Deseend Alike upon the Rih sad the Peer." W. (*. .iNTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JUNE 4, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 23. A SPRING GREETING h What i ts t bs the bairds cala Seeking mate and nesting tree a i Is what, tb eblsPr tall What is this the robins siag. Wooingmm each leaing tree, Sall thewooedland ring, t --t i spring, .adnore This is what the robins - What is this our blithe hearts say, t As the wakened earth we see roidertaing her robes so gay, _ Merrily, cheerily? Phts is wLt comr bithe bearts say. 's old way." and springs old song Imy sung newer key; Glndc d nives to spring belong; Merrily, cheerily. Sg we then. sing load sad long. "Weeonme. snrine. in spring's old way-C? --a Clark hall,.iaqtoa. is Good Hlse'an.'W. HOW To cooa. 8semibb al ri Who Are Finding Out About It. ane Are Peor saoa teae Age 3leS, Wat AR Emthmisastle-Am emLag Pese is a Scheel oat okery. Eight young women, 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. — 4 June 1887

,t. ammaq Aanatr. ~OVINGTON, LA.. Jane 4, 17. Mrs. S. V. Keutsei.. ..Proprietrees. W. C. Kentel . .........Editor. One oppy six months ........... 1 00 Oaeopy three meaths........... 50 One oopy. o ear ..............S2 00 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending June 2.,1887: Temperature. ;May Max Mim. ....................... 88 71 8 ............ .. .... . 88 Y 8 U ............. .... .... 7 89 30........................ 81 64 31........................ 87 70 1........................ T6 71 1........................ 91 75 Mean temperatare for May--Mai man. 86.07. Minimum. 65.19. Nuaber of rainy days, 7. Total riln fall, 4.40 inches. ALEX. BAND, Observer. Mandeville Station, La. POLICE JURY. Covington. is, May 27. 1887. The members of the Police Jury are hereby notified that a meeting will be held on TUESDAY. JULY 5,1887, for the transaction of important husines. All members are re quested to be present J. M. Arasox, President W. 0. . Ksa , Secretary. Bar.roous N...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 June 1887

J rns 4, 18b7. 8 8, g,...Propic trtwe. W.g ......... .Editor. ION. Soe Parish of 8t. Tam e.m th- Judicial District IL tie m of James Demornelle a monition-No. 158. lbdf - v p me pcasc, gred jm , W a publio judiciael ale, in the suit James Demoroelle vs. Oibb o. 1533, of the doeeke of this eom 4th day of September, 1886, the of this pari did al sote unote Wie said Jaese uti . for the price and sum the following de saribed belonging to the said Gibb defendant: Let No. i ing 50 soles; lot No. 4, 6-0lO sres; lot o. 8, eosalni ~ares; lot No. 10, contain iag 1a :lot No. IS, oontain iug g 4o. ; lot No. I, oontain-. ag8 -.Iot No. 17, contaiaming 49 88.-10(. ,lot No.a 1, contaning 40moas; 3, containing 50 66-10 eres; 5, ontainiag 48 1.1-00 cutes;let , containing 50 10-100 sOres; 11. contaiaing 50 10-100 acrea; 13. contaiming 50 acres; lot No. 15, 50 acres; lot No. 19, eomtaim s~resi; accordiag to a sur vey asd land belongi.g to the onies Oa. Homan, reade by M. surveyor, dated January 5th, ie...

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

At. ?amnua ga rmst. W. 0. EK 3 ltrw. cOVINGT&OY,. LOUISIANA. SCIENTIFIC HOAXES. wew ... se .. ur . O... The great klmo which Cuvier tam the world was that many qess of ai mals weir entirely etia, and that nature's chain existem e hbad a t em e but many missing link. From his recognition o that fact the science da palaontolog may be said to date. But the carnivoros nature at the mastodon was too fascinating ua absurdity to be so easily killed, and it continued to ap pear at intervals. As late as 1835 we End a New England medical professor writing as if it were sa unquestionable fact. The giant theory lingered still longer, and even yet esan nt be consid ered entirely extinct among the un learned. The dictam that the supersti tions of one age are but the science of preceding ages seehvs ampleconrma tion in the history of this subjet. Not longer ago than 1814 a mastodon skele ton was exhibited in New Oreans as that of a giant. The cranium was made of raw hide, fantastie wooden teet...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 June 1887

t. Samman farmer. S"The Blessings of Goverameat, Like the Dews from Heven, Should Desoad Alike upon the Riun sad the Pee." _ . KE.TZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JUNE 11, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 2. T --E OLD lai ýhr i7ýh has tees, NTINE a T HE hisrr te wee e- au W e aNeas td t t .~w nIm ame r keen st. as obda ca. be tL e Oas a fln ea" ws Aes tem lin* use Eatr au a Whe.orn Sas. tko whast e the sor its tl he saet d~l oe mime f h-eat Hat "ml hs u urn rois e wib h ste S th R euer es. tr eat obr. aA >er a. ri ri1e Aboert U HMaim RafE 1lle wr fea ste. at.hlet Oung lan Sctrlet jakesw do trot know what the sport is like have ade a great deal of fun what they res ing the anise-seed beg"is - .He was r sturdy athleticCs ang man, W blad in scarle t jacket white esp. For two hours previous his thoroughbred horse had been carrying i. over rail-fences ander tried ads Sbreakneck paeof f never o ht theing at a jump, and keeping close to a pack ea earrying hounds, followed by twen t...

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