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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 16 July 1887

COVIaGrTON. LA.. Jtul 16, Ils? Mra S. V. Keutues....Propuistrwe. . W. O. iebMl ........... Editor. IiSiUED EVERY SATURDAY Ies o"pT. ose .eu..a ....... Oe onpy . is moetl ........... 100 Seopy tkre methe .......... 1M WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending July 14. 1887: Ju.ly. Mar Mi.. ........................ 7 7S 9....... ................ " 77 10........................ 94 7S I1. .................... 92 7T 12............... ... 9 67 1 .............4 ....... 94 14.. .............. .... s 4 ALEX. BAND. Oberr. Mandeville Station. La. Eight huadred old ea age papers foer m at tthis oS Price 25 eents per 100. Mr. Jos. Cousin of Bayou La ombns, as bee plae o the Maeican Pesios roll. Mr. Step. Brlard ohes the bi-dings oa his ltb Ire for msa .heap. See adlartissme.t. No rain yesterday nr to-dy. If this drooth aootiamss throughout the yes, crops will be injured and stok wil ser for water. Weiars that Mr. Paul Gasaman, the sereyo.r this week aslected the spot for thl mailroad bridge aeros...

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. — 16 July 1887

euman m!!acr. 9 i0VIN GTro t LA., July l 6 14 887.ss I,, a v. Keta~l....Propriatres. . Esa l ..... .Editor. 8T. TAKA IY PAIBE. 218 LOCATION - HEALTH PRODUCTEB-MANUFAC. TUBING AND AGRI CULTURAL AD VANTAGE,. 8I. Tausamy parish is located twem -two sile north of New Or leas. Covrigtos, the county site, i ten mils fther north, in the Lteor, ad is delightfally located n the Begr..alia IMMIORANT& with a smail amontof capital and s far mpply of indatry d pdro urare, emanot pol do bett tian lote in our prh The cli mate is as n sa any in the world. Use winters are -eny mild, and ew rarely falls. spring spens Lin Feiruary, with blossom a~ a d and quince trees, anad tat comes rapidly forward. he heoat of summer is moderate, and the unfailing braces. of the Sevening refresh man and bease after the labors of the day. THE 80IL is ary e , and admirably dfbor rsnc sugar ease, cot ton, oats corn, rac, peanuts, etc The vine is indigenous, and yearly bears large harvests of delicis truit Oranges, ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 16 July 1887

W. wuM . uWMw. OODTINGTO.. - LIIw.ANA. HOSTESS AND QUEST. Ma Dene atshe F s me wme A bhoe of onea own implies maug privs and g , a.. ctiyd a e ... which is the opportnity of dispesiagn hospitality ct gracnos generaity and winning teat. Only the ehabri and the sells peer, to ase the gates of thehome, Me a medieval emal. or an Ori.tal sr iam sm efslg to lot them swing wide that dear ud wel come friends may p witin, bring ig smile and swhine, as they wre to receive the best the hoi e eam giv. Among the pleasnt associations whie me lousehols treasure as beyond price are the resollecttoms of guests who have from season to season been entertained at the tamble and by the ire side We all know houses w e it a delight to visit to whlich an larita tie i uan hoeor, from which we return to the world heartened oie its labors and fearless of ts cares. Ad every bore has its rod-letter Uit on which saro names stand higher than others epresenting the guests who left regret behand them whob they had ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 July 1887

-7 . Et.LEdto. mmaug farnur.4 "The Blessiugs of Goverameut, Like the Dews from haves, Should Deuseee Alike apea the RZi eas the Por." _ . KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JULY 23, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 31. kiwso AND QUEEN. Iasm a ms briwamsd weet: "AuGM my S K ."I bodbermy Is es an'ess, mo s heartm -""Jbndiben @.i. ta (hev, . bi edera mbr MaceR. I urn A 8QUARE IAN. MM Story of a Dammont In the Rough. ly mobd Thomas T. L, is a book tepee is a large manufacturing establlehmest in upper New Yotk. Thoemas is one of the "niesst" little tour that ever meeild to have 'lust Wepped from a band-box." His char etr i a wbite as his shirt frot, and b manifold virtues shining as his pflp.ei No. I shoes. Thmrn is as honest, kindly a soul as ever drew breath or pem, and his hatred of eery species of vulgarity was doubt les born in him at the same time with his "aicemess' I calied on Thomas a few weeks ago. aud, greatly to my surprise, saw moving about, with every appearance et be...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 July 1887

Kma. S. V.Kemi...rpur. V.. Keuýlm ý..Up~... dito,. 1kUD S6II ShTURDAi onme py, afte arsb .....3. 10 ~~WEATHER REPORT Pws the P& week. maimg July !1. 1887: Kai MEL IT.* .......... N 'II u . .............. 1 S ... .......... $ 13 l0. ............. 06 s U ...............1 3 ALEX. BAND. Ob~eser. Ma deyilje St ts.. Ls. Mr. Joseph Sharp, of this parish, h. hims plead on the Mieions Pemaion roH. Judge Thomps.. wilt hold as adjourned semiseo of the District omeat Pmasklitoom ient Tuedsy. the Nth last The Eamdevineelehtion will take plrm em the second Monday in Augus, s mohoas. Destion tidota cheaply printed as this omea Mr. Damsesateer, of the jewelry hemns of Koch & Dreyfum, will leave for home to-morrow, in obi " mmstoe pesial order No.1 fros Mr. J. B Smith and wife left on the stenmer New (amelia, last Tuesday morsing, ex took to Par -eees: east Short Maryhud. where they will speed the samer. We lears that instruutions have been issmed from headquarters or d. ug the soepletios of...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 July 1887

Pt. Sauuana Aamwa. .OVINGTON. LA.. Jolt 3, 18Eg. urs. s. V Kestzel....Pvopuistram. W.G Kenta e ......... . ditoc 188UED EVERY SATURDAY Jao copy. one Var.... ..........lg . o On sopy .i= moaths. ........... I 0 on***py taree m oatt........... 0 Vrs. Celestin Frabha *a. Cbas. DeBisms State of Lnuisiana, Parish of St. The. many-Eigh&euatb Judleial District Court. By detee of as Seder of adeame asu s1l. from the hoesensbe the aforesaid .oast, Mad to amldireatd, bearing date July 13. 187 I will procA sd tol at publie use des, at seJ door. the seenthmsee, is the town oSYiW uprh sad ofa sf , lssi oa UD AT. the .u day of Aegust, 135, betwes legal sate hoes., the foiwlng dasmnibed peeper tyS to-wit: A estala pilema peste. of lead esheedal the parish of Mt. 1hasmay, 1.. sad comimialng tweaylye saes, mots or lee1. seaatiag to a mivoy mad by Jaeab Y. Bresakeld. isthe let da h of i e19 . as followe: omeap a t as peas am the was side of Bay.. Beames.. rtaslig seuth eighty degrees wea sehsias ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 July 1887

St.%* =usagjmgI oucWTEN1ci LUSAa. READAl.E CAT STORIEus he hAmese e[ ..eno we" W ***Whsitr Os womoleW Looking out Ian the street one day we aw some cruel boys kickiag a yellow kittes. We rescued It, and bringlag it Ino theheuse it put hi little paws around my meek sad licked my face. *hu hwg gratitude. Cat are said tohbels~sisgaious theamiog. I remember .me we had when children, who woulM follow usoutlato the street, walk behind as to the house where we spent the evealag; sit on the doorstep til we came out sad then follow as home. We have had several who could peun diferent fastenings with ease. We had one who could fetch and earry like a dog. run after a ball or green apple at ay distane. bring it back in its marth and do this as ofae as re quired. It has been said that doge have been taught to say several words. We have had eots who could say "No." I don't" sad -Now" as distinctly as persons. I have not the least doubt that almost any salnal could be taught some words If continua...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 July 1887

Zt. sammany farmer. "The Bleuings of Government, Like the Dews from Heave, Should Descend Alike upo the Rich ud the Peer." LW G. .KETZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JULY 30, 1887. VOL XIII.-NO. 31. All I A &. . r - 1 . - - ALL. IN A NAME. tse he stl-yes, worse than ever. ree whole weeks since last we et >9taye oagnd gone. 0. never. never: 1' shixtentlove can I fIori.t Siteelxb and sst--thM dlame.s immiorl eto unyke fonune ntmrodued m toh my sirht, and so c:t short all Myaker's calm at "Biuzzaed's Roost" SWas ta,! so tall and gracefsu a me tauuts and tateful, --b - -,arranged. sweetest style. Wyhe osang my favorite dltty Sheart to dat , straiplt rited, isue veslde laes at l uzzard Roost." 0 hideous Same-smance dlspefllngl Sbreathe it here I've not the face; brhow absurd 14 feel a-telling M sweetheart lives in such a placel haoua would cu her lip disdainfuL The girls would giggle quite amued, 1 would rin--lt' realis painful ha she should dwell at 'Buzzard's reo...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 July 1887

COVINGO La.. July W, lt'.. WEATHER REPORT Tempeiatre c~Ju t Ma, M ........................ 94 7 u *....................... as K 71 **---*--... ............. 95 l ALEEL BAND, Ombsrver. Madmevile station. Ia. We ham had smother week f S0 by 33 weather. xawm.a. Dlion U having the stt and gutters pat in tiptop beriErCook is ow ready to we ive tame Sur the present year. See notie arimit Court was opened and adjoer last Molday. there be ing mothing on the docket. Bishop Wilson,. alorld, who has been in jail oer thra maoths, w. eluesed oe $360 bed yteJ·rda, to appear at the Otobr ten of Coret, halged with shooting with ehme ato ki.. Mr. &.Hry Masper. a promie.nt yog eugur merrknt of New Or hmens, ad ti. fhiend Mr. Viowca arn speding a few days in Coving tea. They am stopping at Cwi born Cottags just armes the river. Theeo wilibo Mors at the Catbo lie Church, in (oviugtoa, on the ent Sunday in August, at 8 o'clock a. i R Rev. 'ather Kelly will ofci a4. aad will theresafr assum the paser...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 July 1887

TOs, LA.. Julj 30, 1867. S. V. Kemtaet.. . .Progwiute . measil..... . Edawo. EVERY SATURDAY eep. one yea..............1e 00 es"p : y oaw. ........... 1 00 sthr · mets........... WI Celtan Traheu ,u. Cbss. DoBIa eleo of L awassa. Iaiah of fat. To.. -BigbSeth Judiojel Diahsit by vt9 of esr ords f 5 wisnead Oft be the aogabia the slb. d d md to m dissated, bearing d.1. o~wssli eaA i~l I. `bi ub day `15'U? bat~waegm alm sale er g d bad rA e ia p5.» m godia. of ad dissuain the pauiok of St. Isansay. S. d eodasimg twmty-lve inoi same of law essoedlag to a survey m eds 6 Jainob T. rawkbid, - the Let me at poet ast - the west s K Boitasruaamng south EIplU groswe.it sic bstU to a pst; lasma duo north asm obsins to a post: Dim. k sth t.,ty-Bi. desess e a- - lk the bma.b tto B Noa hessa twesty eheiam. mso or less; am"slaong 'ay.e Disues. is the Beett Kdepaautwre.hln a peat K lott rs. os herb tsvmhtp mtaM Isoat muss bdes. osod, oesimlning tw is, ass , oass or lass, hounded bay Days. Dosfoses, m...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 July 1887

W. o m 31Mev. ALASKAN CURIO ,A nUe smnses , ? i Ump h . The seleatifso tmeaurs d the milth. sealan nlastitute havo eha been ea. rcled by eetrbuatios m Ca#o.ria but a more naterestiag ollection euriosities has not been donated is late years than that seat to the institute by Captain E. P. Hlremdeen of this city. That gentleman was a member td the Polar expedition which left this port in 1881 under the command of Lientenant P. H. Ray. United States army. Several very valuable sientlic observatlons wue made on the expedition. which extended as far north as Ooglasmie, a signal station in 71 deg. 16 min. north. Captain Herendeen spent two years among an Esquiman tribe at that point called the Newokmnaes, after ward remaining for some time at Point Barrow, at the extreme northwestern point of the continent. He has recently returned, bringingwithhm thes magnil cent collection ecuriosities spoken of A reporter was permitted to view the articles, and listened with no little interest to the c...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 6 August 1887

"The Bleaings of Govermuemt, Like the Dews he. Heav, Sheld Dessed Alike wpem the Neb and the Desr." = W. Q. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 6, 1887. VOL II.-NO. 32. WHEN SHE COMES HOME. cam aý ommbei s aut A thoauens uwa Of myn toa mvssate the tendernes (lfmytouch her. as: I shat trembes .e he hre . ah g l' n dirst if the r says e - er ol s b han 4t e sr na spene:i >ý r e di fwayIse tlltheart's sweet '1!w 5ileeee: And the peil51 re bthese.: ýetoAwill swa a li5ttle and bass A" syes; and the ache here is th % Iu.w tha I so siD deserve the place Wramms make for me; and te sobbing u I mar with k'ames, ere the tearfal face Agsl Is hidden in the ol embrace. -Men WAit test Aep, in Omhwa. IIIS OWN MURDER, A Ourious on.. of Clron...n. al Uvidence. If any man could look Into the Sybi line leaf of the future and catch a glimpse of the various vicissitudes and msilaortunes with which he must strug 0%. he would turn sharply round, and meek the nearest course short ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 6 August 1887

* it. Iaumq Au-vn.' 450-i PTO\, LA.. Aug s. 1887. WEATHER REPORT For the pat week, ending A1g. 4. 1887: Tempeature July. 29 ,0............ 7 74 7................ 6 76 31....................... 98 75 Augnast 1 ....... 3 72 .Man, am ...... 2 . sem ise tom r a ray a re as edy - M ax ann, 315i MInima. 73.17. Nemahrwaj reaiy data, 13. Total ain. fall, 414 Soab... ALEX. BAND, Observer. Mandeville Station, ta. The weather is a li~tte bit colder now then it was before the rain. Am interesting letter from Man. deville will be flma in several other colums. _ There was a pleamsat serprise party at Claiborme Cottage lees Thursday night. We have received em intereeting ceetab of the perish, which we will P-blis next week. We learn that Mr. Paul Guzman, the railroad eurveyor, has arrived with hi Asfile dad wil spend same time her. Mr. J. B. Hoamer owern $5 re ward for the recovery of his hunt lug dog. a see Englieh setter. See advertisement. The Irot bale of Louiiana cot. ten arrived at New Orlea...

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. — 6 August 1887

,ft. amuag *gRa . COVI 1TOO. LA., Aug 6, 1887. Nrs S. V. Keotiel....Proprietrees. W. G. Keutre ............Editor. LSBUED EVERY SATURDAY ae.'opr.mwrear.... . .... ...s! t One sopy sia seestw. ........... 1 e (a eoopy three m outa........... So lire. Celeetia Traama vs. Clie DeBisac. State of Louisina, Pariah of St. Tam man -Elghleeath Judicial Distriet Court. BlT tirtte of an order of moiuare and sawf(roe the honorable the aforesaid coart. and to medireeted. bearing date July 13. 1i7 I will mrts.eei to sell at publi, ane. ties, at s door of the soertheune, in the town of Coviagton. parish and tasa aforesaid, on SATURDAY. the bih day of Agust, 18?7, between legal sale hoars. the following described proper. ty, to-wit: A certain pisoe or portion of Iaad situated in the parish of Lt. 1hmany. La.. and coasaiming twemty-vre aores, more or lew secoordlag to a survey xadl b Jacob Y. Breakleld. em the let da of 1886, as followe: meediag at a post on the west side of Bayou Statseea. rmmning ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 6 August 1887

Pt. fammaag_ am. w. o. m . maier. CDVING1UL - AUIJSIARA. WEALTHY wagas *-e** Whome u eemt Of Gypsum hkew to e sGypls.., sad mOt of wh.om partiepat Is the rs. Bar .muer n wauderlig lif, theou .mad have aspired ...ee.... s. Weet. ýery Staulgy, .1 St1 Peal. Onswfr adm prseo.rt ammat ag* to over eof cooper am. By. ot East Somwerills. Dortom, are msgsher worth $se0oo0 00a Jewe" owus seern acres o laud ad several be-s withis thecorporate Um lb of SpriagSeMd, IL, ad Richard Jewlehe km.eurly a doses boures ner t rolaing mills i that sity Joseph Cmw~ereewbemGypeles blat as belug a diatat uelative of a neted setree. swns d-y property Is Liverpool, Eu. glad, amd eofat bthlargestsae setable, as wel as much othegr property, is W mebutso. himk whargess poemmes. fully MsP,"60 worth of real etate is and shoat Nw York aty. Lewis But 1IIswun farm mae Cedar Rapids. Ia., Mador Alum (hoek, meat Columbus, o., and is worth P0,40. William Hall has a larga ad4 vuassale pleasta tis seaw ar lly Spriags, Mles....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 13 August 1887

0t. _amm__ armer. "The Blessings of overnmat, Like the Dew from Hraven, Should Desend Alike pera the Bie sad the Peer." W. u. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 13, 1887. VOL, HI.-NO. 33. ThAT MISERABLE "IF." L enehas graes, And a face That attention attracts. And she socially plays the irst robe; And no one would be So happy as she II she only cou hide that big molit He has wealth He has health, And can have, at command. Ay thng that hs fancy may please And no one would be Shia pants d't at the knees! m. We sae all Short and tanL Young and old, rich and poee s, we're a of us the same skfi; How happy we'd be TIs easy to see Were i not for that miserable "IL" THE MODERN HEROULES. Jo anl and Somu of Mi Woder fal Feats. A one-.- .med, Joiye ammssn Who MEn teo stemesth or EIghlt em-Wnow e Omes Katued am Nailsh Uslly wh.o -Icawntee me. Just a century ago several members of the Platt family, who then resided in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., formed a colony which embraced t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 13 August 1887

COVINGTON. LA... Aug 18,1887. Mrs. S. V. Kealm l....Propristrm. W.G. K a ............ Editor. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY Jaeev, m war .... ..........f! O* *s* eps eati. ........... 1 * one .e r .eses. .......... WEATHER REPORT For the p-t wmee, endin. Aug. II. 1887: A S.. ................. 8 13 s........................ 90 se S........................ 4, "................-....... S 1 S........................ 1 13T 10 ........................ l a II........................ i3 M ALEX. BAND. Obervr, MaudmeillI Stllatio le. Aboot 3U pmaseme eit for the eity as twhe isn .r Now c(elia last Taeday morning. Mr. EH.D. Rayne, e New Or. lese, arriv d aly is the week, sad I. sisying at the Beak Hotel. We tLowlkdIge tih eomplimmt of a ivitatiom to attaed a soire at aiboerse Cottageg aest oeaday Lrge growd. of eeuwa iomts eltism to arrive every Svead at Abita Springe, via the Poitoevt & awe BRailroad. Fre Oosuer.ms-We are now pre p-red to publish attraetive am. mou.eemets of eandidates for Cogres...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 13 August 1887

It. kummug *rer. aS V. V ets.. .... Proprietres.. w.G. Ke..a -......... Editor. IUiWED EVERY SATURDAY w.NPV, oue ver ... ..........0 0n Oep se i moatbs ........... 100 Seepy three meaths........... 50 St. TAM L IT CAMP MEET ING. The flrt annual meeting for the 8L Tammany Parish Camp Ground will commence on Thursday before the fourth Sunday in September. 1887. This Camp Ground is sita Mmd on the Little Bogue Falia River, seven miles northeast of Covington, and four miles north of Abita Springs, the present terminus of the Poitevent & Favre Railroad. T1h* will be a back line between the Abita Springs and the Camp Oround, for the transportation of all who may come by this route. There will be a publio test on the Camp Ground, where all who de ir. to defray their own expenses san obtain board at very reasonable rates. All ministers of the gospel will be entertained free of charge, and are, with all others, earnest'y invited to attend. G. B. EI.se, P. C. TERMS OF COURT. cInCUr ocrr. ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 13 August 1887

St. tammang gaxma. W. e. ameunTl, zitase. OOVINGTOX2 - LOUIJsUth. S NULLHINCHES A PET& 3ema wem whaT-l n m Sash" to T2tr O5mmWN btee a Se Yhebeu there i so aimalm with whic I am equaintad, not even that *Meda of man," the dog, that for so rm, so devoted, aO tender a attachment for its master or mitrem a the bullinch -e naturally shy and wood-loving bullinch, that almost dies of terror when frst caught, bat becomes more readily reconciled to captivity than any bird I hknow. A word, however, to my readers he do not buy one of these too charmng birds uless you have leisure ad love enough to make it your companion to ep ito your study table or i your boudoir, talk to it, whistle to it, feed it with tidbis, and teach it to love you. When you have woe its conadeace, Shich, with gntle pereverance on S your part, will not tke long, your care and attention will more than re warded by the emprsugt with which I i will gree your return from your businea or youror pleasure; it will hop dowto...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 20 August 1887

0*. &mmaup farmer. -"The Bleings of Govemueat, Like the Dewn hem Heave., Shedld Descead Alike aper the Zieb aid the Peer" W. (A. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 20, 1887. VOL. XIII.N0. 3. COULD THIS THING BE? DOeM she come in to-night. frsm her far plane And %it beside me ia the firelight here, And all he as it was. that other year When love made fair and fragrant all our ways With such rane owers as hearts may fltly Refreu the day that brought out heavy cheer, And overthrew all that we he'd most dear, Whereof the memory only now dismays C-16d this thing be, how should this dreary noms Where now I dwell with Sorrow, my pale mate, Like acmne sweet sudden rose burst Into bloom, And the heart's music grw articulate. And joy t-ells rng, and the loud cannon boom. AS when a queen sweeps through her realm in state: -Philip Beourse Afrtes. "P. P. C." Happy Result of Mies Fanny's Interpretatlon. The village of Blue Posts. In the northern part of the State of N...

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