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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 June 1887

AL .sa11. SM.**.. eoprie ** ( . sr........ ... ..... . *....................... . . 5............ ....9.. 6 *** ...... ........... . se 71 Mande'i Swtaoeis. POLCB JURY. o t., SL.y r. t T e mem b e d of.. Po... Jlse7 S.me m d t. a. amsIe StagSm. a. POTU c JURY. for thea temetio of importast bisee AlB mem bei are rs qdod to be presmt. J. A. m, Presidet. w.. Km. .., . Th* railedt will probably be Sm ied to Abis 8Springe eat week. Am esmision of eapitalists will rrire Oos Gom oe Susd.y, the The Goreror hes mppoisted Mr. e A. Guyot to be a oetary pa-ie this peisek. Mr. SW. T oZi fedswaie. mssd em a vist to his old bha amd Mredle to Coyitm. themy migh t-lour Jaya am te amet. Setter aten sevm.er. r. Mr. West, P., ard.ud sad hld servi Thursday eveiug, sad J j.yerday moraig for Parker. 'us _ --_ _ lr. Uazssos. Noeua.-Rev. Father Aurihe will hold servie at the Cahel e Chreh, is Coveagton, to aorow maoria, a 8 o'elock. DaI-la Ovingtom, Ira., Tues d vena.ig, J-a- 7. 1887. Horse hll hI.at sea do...

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. — 11 June 1887

G TO L. .nne 11, 1887. ll. V. *e.utsuu....r'oietase. * G Keueu ........... ditor. f rMLes.Ias, PNrs . o 8 T. .m. ý t -. ih L Judicisi Diriet the matter of James Demornel, Wyiag forn moitioa-No.,158 g wbo w 1m9 ap inPa* ayr, m & Waus, Aa subvlojudieIai ake inm sit enttlled ame Demortoue vs, Parker. NO. 153. dtUe dooket of ourt, on the 4th day of September, the Shrmoef thi prish did ad. sad sell sat he mid Jase pells tidt for the pr.ce a-d sua of 49 the followia. de. bed property beloal . to the said , bb Pttke, defedast: s.- Lot No. t, eaionlag r 0 . es; lot No 4 eatiuniag50 -100 sores; lot Na a , I-Swining eases; lot No. 10, eoattala S 50 -10-0 Sres; lot No. 12, contain. SI O 40-100 aere; iot No. 14. oonain. Li 60 sares; lot No. 17, coatainiag MO-O r10aemrr; lot No. 3, eastsaiag acr.es; be No.a, eotabilg S0 06-100 mres; lot No 5, onatumiag 48 21-10 - res; lot No S econtania 0 10-100 ease-: lot No. 11, entaining 0 10-100 oases; lot . 1, ot eiiang bM sores; tot No. 15, eosailag M ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 June 1887

THE TRADE IN SALT. M.. Wtlsde ate tI.n.. s. o "Rt m ay psople know that inaspit al.ts wede a.t walls m.. d ask d. tbr hensuatry we amaly Em. pI k mt * q.uawm, e .u m st," aid 3.3 o auTmu.n e ns mrchant th elberday. *oer importatigm are mad there h s comiderable dy or mU kinhds salt The reasn is that cea tal fae grades sad special kind. o st are nt made a this country. You a get abt as good dairy or taMl salt een th Ne w York or Michigan wall frem anywhere is the world, but ye ea't get the coarse salt used Ia packlg astatorexport, the quickly dimeig Turk's Islad easI used na the lee weams fetories, mr the curious pish salte that streetsar cow pauas sprinkle on their tracks when they think Bery Bergh le't looklag. AI the domestic alt. except that whic is mine i Lesislawa, is made by evap oratla, by artifical eat, brine pumped a the earths. The very valuae coarse slwhk rwe Import is made by evaporatg . se water in the opus air. t is as where people ea aord to wait three or rsar meosth ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 June 1887

"The Blaeings of Governmet, Like the Dews fom Heave., Sheold Dscoid Alike upon the Blah and the Pee." . KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JUNE 18, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 25. HOW 1 WON HER. e nm"e rsmtobebt, I hwoeL" n~ oe -a. an cotofssiion" h h reuimes maet I triee et sie s t~~ tre weeemi. And eambt wormd aV mini i IS Ifeak er no fathests bank. hd ** her wans of smeiing golid a aslose and landed rank, tirs Vainl my tabe I told. * dMua otiose wasis see eyes- f m'suehere was sest ard so gess: I eMsebom tali sasd rise Sh~esheeeasmieuyansmwered "Yes." Newpy rEerses. 'a Life. OLD FIELD SPORTS. "'atew i" an Used in use Chase Ai Osmabarts. 24 -- ap that wave 3 an wee ths Me 81ee the Mtidde Age-The maws Amer Its emm. we Tsh English and Americans agree a lish the ancients in according high e rtank to feld sports. The hunting of i enage ganmals was the highest branch, her not only skill and courage were i seeUmary, lbut great presence of mind I an ell. But it has been left t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 June 1887

COOY1TONy La.. 1.. 18, 1lu7y V. G. Lebua *gjj,,*or For the: r weak em dig 5mm 18suST: n U............. ý T 11............ n........... . 3.... is ............... . 13a 13 S............ M U ALEX.EAND Obmvw,. POIJCB JURY. moi0. t4.. May $7. ISS7. Tas marswbe of the Polies Jury ar= IMby aotiled that a aeetiag will be held .a ?'UEDAY. JULY 5, 1887. tcar the tb'asmstin. e inmprtmat L3dmens. A . ombeb. are we Saslsd to be preseek 1. K. Aiimeo. Preoldeni. V. G. Km....r esroetary. Oste. is is bloom. Watermeloes and eastalspe. Diidles Cour, eivil team, will amseysse -t mOadY. The w.bids of tie heoemoti e, mWe Abbia Sprig ema be plainly hard in Oevglon. YWuR bats meae omn sor reed ag am tter emit wse& as the ea sles nd isome* ether "sere" son. eat hi-day. Diall Slo yeses old sad over, weaiag at larg3. mest have the lips of their herse sewd at See ordi sams be asatbneeolamms. The deliagasat tau als will take pln. ai the Courtheose to-day. eosumensiag at 1 o'.ehsk. See ad ehtisment o .att p...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 June 1887

Saumatu__Aaruer. CIL PROCEEDINGS Corr'cgn. HALu. 1 gy. Ls., May 2G, 1887.1 seial meeting 4f the Connoil laed oil the ahove date. t-II. R. Readniplh, Mayor; Feaderick, V. Planche, J. II. J. Smith. Jae. Taylor. motion, Ute reading of the of the last meeting was with. Mayor then announced that +esting was called for the par of considering a petition of eitimes of Covington, as fol SCInsoroT, La.. May 55, 1887. G r boaorbl, Mayor and membera of Reard of Aldermea of the town Cvaington. State of Louisiana: ena-We the undersigned and tax-payers of said respeclfully represent that arm of Poitevent & Faire have a railroad from Pearl River . on the Northeastern Rail to within a few mailes of this th; at your petitioners regard necessary to the prusperity of gton tha&aid railroad should :Y extended to our town. We ' fuore pray that a special lec ,10mm be ordered, to submit to the tax-payers of Covington on of levying a special tax midls on the dollar;, on the property of our town, fot ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 June 1887

Pit. ~alongga. WOIG i~. WVa.h CHINAS LSQAT,0g saw me inpss 00 t Yn b on ws eaes. pmr from the p.A.lu la brsig threegh an row mliii. hull. I has s I my Ds tie in my life, but I eeq ay ha sever hae 1 nerasd oes oxy i ths. 'Th room might 1m be descrbbedl as am octages. It has so many Utle socks and ranaies. There are edd-lookiag bookcases Uled with rare and valuable mansereipts ad a number of eabinsts m tiful workmanship in which arn richly bound editions of the (ciness cdassic. This room is the miaistser'. privsee aMd grea&gs rarely have a chance enter iL heasvlg sti l further toward the basko ths measion, we come is the lsU-ro., perhaps the largest m elegast Is th city, sad the saeons of somes of ibs mset brit. Bant emtartanasmen ever gives in Washington. Though the Minister is not a frequent emsertalmer himeelf, he Salway ready to put his home at the disposal of the society ladles of Wash. jagie.. Every season. however, he gives a graad bell, for which over a thousand lavitation...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 June 1887

0*. &mnliag farmer. "Th Bleaing of Bovenmmeat, Like te Dews frm eavea, sreld Deeed Alike pem the Rib sad the Per." W.. . 1iENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JUNE 25, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 26. .H N ill iIi i t mn liI I i. nua nmmama- -- -- -- - unm i nnnmnnm i mfa l N nu mi n m n•iii N. .. .I DECORATION DAY. he sonds of martial music swell, The soldier's tramp again is heard. thoughts of those who fought and felt 1Eoo- eoents agamin have stirred. o dca.te their graves tosdj Who avey fouht the r ht well rsweetest flowers that blow in May re bt the meeds of those who felL Wme'r you deck a grave where lies Tlhearthly form of some brave souL A·al you walk in his own guise, . .ad nearer stand to Heavens goal. ~Wr, when ia sympathy we dwell In nearness to a noble aim, ogawer within our hearts can quell lengtnag wish to share its fame. The noble dead: The noble dead Their spirits hovering round our way Na aweeter pathls our feet have led. And turned our soals from night...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 June 1887

cst,-. . luartt 4 uar t.I W. G. Kentrel .Elitnr. l ot ......... 00 IaSeopy three m,,oth... ". "g e espy.T one aeer .... to WE.iTRHE REPORT- Par thie pas week, ending June 23, 1887: 1"; ........U~ ~ . a .... .... ........... S 2i :::............. ..... S- oB S........... ... ..... . 72 ALEX. BAND. O erver. Mandeville Statoa, La. POLICE JURY. Coviaulgo. I.A,May 17. 1887. The members of thU Poliee Jury are hereby notified that a eeting will bo held on TUESDAY. JULY 5,1887. for the trnae.etion of important busine's. All amembers are re quested to be presenat. J. M. A uso., President. W. G. K$ers' , Secretary. There is a good opening for s rst-cla College in Covington. The charter of the Covington Im provement Company will be found on the next page. Dr. C. A. SMITH, 4he DENTIRT, will arrive to-morrow, June 26th, and remain three dals. We bhad a welome rain this week, which te boeflted the crope and settld tet. Mise Roms Edgar?~ ool will have a picnic next Thub , the 30th inst., near Covi...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 June 1887

L t. Sammuany fanmtr. Fr. COUNCIL PI'OCEFIIL, a. CoV.xorox, LA., May 26, 1887. } A special meeting of the Council S held on the above date. Present--E. Randolph, Mayor; .E. Frederick, V. Planche, J. Peclhon, H. J. Smith. Jas. Taylor. On motion, the reading of the minutes of the last meeting was dispensed with, The Mayor then announced that the meeting was called for the pur pose of considering a petition of the citizens of Covington, as fol . lows: Covnoroi, La., May 25, 1887. To the honorable Mayor and metul4-rs of the Board of Aldermen of the town of Covington. State of Louisiana: Gentlemea.-We the undersigne4 residents and tax-pavers of ~uid town respectfully represent that -the firm of Poiteveut & Favre have built a railroad from Pearl River Station, on the Northeastern Rail road, to within a few rjiles of this town; that your petitioners regard it as necessary to the lrosperity of Oovington that said railroad should be extended to our town. We therefore pray that a special ...

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. — 25 June 1887

---- ---- ---- ---- -- W. eL. anme. OODVINoGL LO.IS mIA3 PaOONIP AND ChWOoo.L em..ne. ""w ...neis of a. armswbmmh rn SThe , p" isa Neveld phi. 5onmo wVite the "habek" belog -toC lfoe The whises remade the lequa ietanee Od the pagemip about t yesr ag whme they west toL Whio 1ne C T, ao th time aM saii the ablmot pure silver O Peak d *Trear Hi , thousads e..es abover e level the ae, is ahtrue h ma and stam pggrouadeo the page. •p T pegh np so samread, is a sort in w.ter. I a te appears em the earest ad brghtst o days, coing suddelay from so oem knows whence. In an instant the air is lead withlr s ing needles a lee. To breathe thpeg aip i death to the lunags. When it es people rh to cover. The - dians dread it as much as the whites. They disovered the pogemlp long ago l goeip is an Indisa word. the very somuad wehich describes the phem"oene to wMhich i i applied. It is the amn with the PiMte word for cold. The word sl "e-o " and is fll of shake sad shiver. The pogoip appears to be caus...

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. — 2 July 1887

dt ___.u!!!la farmer. "The Blessings of Goverameat, Like the Dews from HRsvee, Sheald Deseoed Alike aped the Biel and the Peer." _W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JULY 2, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 7. WASTED SWEETS. r, me ape the stret:--(Ee- ame Ir b s metr ;e, sweer t el f the new s s toh se r et arn to desty. iteod they ihear l i aetes "-t "n Pset toher as tre smers hte mor ef e- blowa" "s bas.u totekher ibsefts are quite the same; As as petem o of Honor Wieth it bein. ant at an esanceet iEgyptias believed that after the lapse of many ages the spirits of the dead returnedi to, sad restored to life, the bodiesthey origina inhabited to s arbelief tha we are indebted for aftr the lrape of any ae v the spirits the mead res ich are found w thoue- to out Egypt ia great numbers, despite the plundering of tombs which has been i progress for many hundreds of years, aring the lifetime of a King his tomb wee made ready. Many of the royal raMeting-places are of great exte...

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. — 2 July 1887

3i t.:r aumaq -- a VI . ION 4L J 117. Mrrs. S V. etiasI.... Proprieress. W. G. Euteel ,,Editor. i oespy. oa yena.. ....... .... *** eo p eli wmtL8 ............ 0 WEATHER REPORT For tlh pst week, ending June 8 188M: 26 lat: t.... .. ..... ......... s E-- ............... ...:: 9 as s .......................... as s S....................... 87 e ALEX. BAND, Observer, Mandeville Station, Ia. POLICE JURY. Covtwno, 1., a y sT. 1x1S. The members of tbs Police Jury are bereby notiied that a meeting will in held on TUESDAY. JULY 5,1887, for the transmtli of important busine. All members are re meled to be present J. Arlmo., President. W. e. Kuw ., seretary. The Polie* Jury will meet at the Cothos net Tueesdy. ][t every voter cast bin ballot "for the 5 mill tax" next Tuesday. Several hotel and restaurant ad vetisements will be found on this Dr. E. B. Randolph has applied for lttere of administration on the staof the late Patrik Welbbh. See advertisement. The fin artesian well in he ourthouse ...

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 July 1887

SCOUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Conrr. Br. ., Consovros LA., May MS, 1887. i A special meeting of the Council held on the above date. r-Weent-E. R. Randolph, Mayor; Nt. Frederrek, V. Plaache, J. hieboa, H. J. Smith, Jam. Taylor. · On motion, the reading of the nlsates of the lat meeting was Sdispensed with. The Mayor then asnounced that .te meeting was called for the pur pese of considerinu a petition of the citisenas of Co ington, as fol CovInorox, LA., May 25, 1887. TO the honorable Mayor and membern ot the.Board of Aldermen of the town of Covington. State of Loeisiana: Gentlemen-We the undersigned s.eidents and tax-payers of said town respectfully represent that the Arm of Poitevent & Favre have built a railroad from Pearl River S tation, on the Northeastern Ril road, to within a few miles of this btow; that your petitioners regard ,it s necessary to the prosperity of 1 Covington that said railroad should he extended to our town. We therefore pray that a special dlee tion be ordered, t...

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 July 1887

St $ammauj _agn. w. e. m ,Nal. Site. ODVINGTOk. . UISAa NEW THINGS IN TOYS. Is @iUnse ans'Umsete. The Eropean toy-maker is baling manalmuatre New York has become e great di, butig poa tor t.o. bat the ingenious Yankees of Coneeti sut make amst of them. New York children, to, buy - expenerve play thiags than those ay ther city bt Philadelphia Juvenles a more ia pro portion to the population. The hed of a large wholesale home or the sle d o childre's goods states that recenty he shipped ve humdrea grosset y pttol to Bombay forme among the childrea of India. A large conesignment e play thiag was seat not very long age to Soth Africa T o pilsandti. hor hitched to red wagoes are the favorite articles with the South Africans. Soome oa them toys go to the children, and co casionaly, when one chief wants to propitiate another. he sends an advance uard to palaver with the person. to whom they make such presents as half a doesa 10Oent toy revolvers, a few tin dog and cats and a base-ball mask...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 July 1887

i "The Bleiagp of G8vamt, Like t Do. fro reavre, Shoild Dueemd Alike upe t Rid osl d .e mn W.r. . KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JULY 9, 1887. * VOL XIII.-NO. 28. n n m mu n nnn n • n n n m mm i mm un lra | nn n n lm mm m nlnmlm lm mmnm n ll nmm m n nnlm I n . ....m m nm m no i n i i. . . .. . .. . ... . . . .. l . . .. . . . . . MY BONNIE MARIEL The oewn hsaesaste in the absise, T ie ulms a m anbeams have kimed, hte -s a tn e a e u am a e Witshe alt. asys to t.er. Sbaey i thea Nes. I e e che oheeset of t With. s e -t a ra my hes . e nres sr m s m is tm s.mi Ihe emar ser a mst aheak r be:s. "Tm ask as th chss that we tl a onma 3erhe~ alwaster ; as te ·eraliea moa theM, Se the .ow L my Qe.rar a. tahes m- ir. ined mate. I Ma ueemt ohe cheeks' i siet I the tats . the ume ea - r: rate r sei at the m weeses a resh "Deith from lnadvertence or death rom o ge," is the wy that Mr. Perry, the Chief Clerk of the Dd lat a Ou ee, desir.F the two crla esto e-so. m tion ase m...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 July 1887

ft. Raumaq $a r.r, COVINGTON. LA.. July 9, 1887. Mrs. V. Ketadl....Proprletrees. W.G. Keteel ............Editor. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY Ja eeM . e year.... ..........a3 o One espy mix mteat ........... 1 0 Oneopy sttre m uts............ O WEATHER REP)RT7 Fer the pt week, ending Jly To. 1887: Tmperism. Max Mi July. 1........................ a 7 S....................... I as 4 ........................ 0a S........................ 91 a 5 ........................ 1i 6 ......................... T1 T........................ 7A T I Neam te r e s-masi mtm. a. hm . m Rm . Numbemr o may dp, 1U. '1m1 amis fall. 5.s iases. AID.l BAND. Ober.. Madevaie Statio. . La Eight h.mnred old eet.sage papers fr alse athis 8 e Pries 25 emtb per 100. The Peieo Jury met at tem Court beee last Tuesday. See prssed inp oa this page. The large pavilion at Abits Springs aiehed and reedy for mani ad danein. ICE FOR SAI.E At (,Ms. Heist's store. adjein. ilg the Poetoes. Too mueh rain agai this week. ep never looted b...

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

f. ammung artr-. (' JVINOTON, LA.. July 9, 1887. lMr, V. Kentzel.... Prop iNitr.. G. G.jas ........... Editor. LSUg;D EVERY SATURDAY '.r .op. .e year ..............00 01 :ne es sia moades. ........... 100 ý' n three meths........... 10 BY. TAxMxAY P.IBm. 1T8 LOCATION - HEALTH PWDUOTS-MANUFAO TURING AND AGRI CULTURAL AD VANTAGES, ETO. St Tammany parish is hleted twenty-two miles north of New Or less. Covington, the county site, is te mile further north, in the interior, sad is delightfully located a the Bogue Falia. IMIIIGRANTS. with a mall amount of capital and a fair supply of industry and werse rases, Cannot possibly do better than locate in our parish. The eli mrate is as se as any in the wcrld. The winters are generally mild, and rarely r ls.1 Spring opeas r s F .ebruary, with blossom on peach and quinee tress, sad vegetation comes rapidly forward. The beat of summer is moderate, and the unfailing breases of the oevening refresh man sad beast after the labors of the day. THE SOI...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 July 1887

.t. ammanay amum. w e.e. tmlrm., mN. ODVINGT.o. - 1USA . MAnlnG FOPRe MONEY s na sJem remes nwo e eo e an- Ir ...e..... .a ey..e. For lovsers, who ls5 heese ste losea, this paper is nt wriNOr. They a-r what they amre. nThey do mot rese ad eta not be roneme with. Their passion is a blIdl eas whisk amCrets them together as Sate's meousa are invisible eampulia w hich er asither he sees, nor et, nor taseed, nor de scribed. They are a theme r poets nad dreamers, l ent bee m. a, seible, workaday people nhe the wrier and eeder. Have oe with thme.. But there are peoplewhe get mrried as they Join the drh ,or choose a vocmatio, or eater upo a haardous mdertaklg. They look arounead them and exam in o dte eMadlitim d holy wedlock as it is among their acqualat amces, friends and knldolk. Having cblo tar eye tteh t ia h eyb. th. loom from th he ek f the peach be fore they eat it, became they knew the bloom is itter. For goed people of tis strain a proltabie word may be said about marryng7 ohm t o...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 16 July 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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