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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 20 August 1887

' roLman. g, 1c8. OV'INGTON. LA.. Aug. 20, 1887. Mre. S. V. Konital.... Propietrees. W. 0. Kentzel ............ Editor. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY One 3'pV. one sear.... ....... ..5 n" hue copy six moethes ......... 1 e4* r.e iopy three monstb .... . q WEATHER REPORT Pr the past week, ending Aug. 1 1387: ! .. . ...... .. .. S9 70 is ... ........ ....... .. 94 71 1 4............ .. . 94 e9 S....... ................ 93 67 3 6............. 94 71 8 . ......... ............ 94 72 '8.* 91 77 ALEX. BAND. Observer. Mandeville Station, Ls. Foe CoNoGses. -We are now pro pared to publish attractive sv nouncements of candidates foa Congress. Price. $13. Don't fail to read "A Labiaj Cii max. ________ Rev Fthex Kelly vill hold mass to-morrow morning at. 8 oclook. Mr J E Smith and wife returned from Ealtimora Thursday night. Boat-To Mrs A C Dickson, Wednesday, August 10, 1E37, a son .Jr. W[rT Scilaumburg, composit or on the Times-De.mocrat, is stop ping at Spring Hill Cottaue* We regret to announce tha...

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. — 20 August 1887

,ts amuaag Aamer. COYINOTOX LA., Aug. 20, 1881. M*. & V. Katas).... .Propriretm. Keemisi ...... Editor. 8!. TAMMANY CAMP MEET ING. Th first annual meetirg for the 8L Tammany Parish Camp Ground wil commence on Thursday before the fourth Sunday in September, 187. This Camp Gronad is situ td ea 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. Thsee will be a hack line between te Abita Spriags and the Camp Oromnd, for the transportation of all who may come by this route. There will be a public teot on the Camp Ground, where all who de sire to defray their own expenses can obtain board at very reasonable rates. All ministers of the gospel will be enterlained free of charge, and are, with all others, earnret!y invited so attend. G.. LE.s, P.C. TERMS OF COURT. maimiT coneT. Feurths Mosday in February, and the beuth Monday in July. snwarsurt JUDImasL nmersor. Tangipahoa Pa...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 20 August 1887

W. 0. Ka .a__a COYI1IGTO~r WI oSLAN TRAVELING SALESMEN. Mhe Abwly to SaBl Geed ema as Be A£aWerMyu a eNatmul Su. "Is the ahility to sell goods en the road am acquired art or is It a natural gift?" is a question which Is often asked, and the answer which it has teoeived are numerous and varied. One man says: "I believe traveling sales men are borna not made. If a man be a thoroughbred salesman he can sell any thing. no matter whether he be familiar with the goods or not. Here is a case in point: I have in mind a trav eling man who ranks among the most successful in this city. I have personal knowledge of three different lines of goods he has handled with equal sou cess. When I first knew him he was on the road for a boot and shoe firm. He had no particular training for the position, but stepped right out on the road with his prices and samples. Not withstanding his ignoranes of the goods be sold and his lack of acquaintance with the details of the baldness, his sue case was remarkabl...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 27 August 1887

t. anfman iarmer. "The Bleestig of Goe rnmeat, Like d Dewm from HerevI, Should D Alike upm the Ril sad the Peer." W. (G. I(ENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., AUGUST 27, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 35. GOOD DOCTOR DIET. Or Dro. Diet, who's no heard r beies polite and phrase absued Ptrodaimin herae m e re his Creed, of eating plat an d simple. Welome he e at doors too few, sve tb youhe theue, kladness to do; I%" follnw eatng srogaed cakes; S.h e the old from fevers grim. * V mpoaes tbat. each ear. nether tlm He peo oea commaul malmny. Mis st is tgIht: is eye is lear: Hi hek is ldump, hot not from beer; 80o es and Y h.-aty; yet In told Yea euoaMa't gues how very old Y' e always fresh and cheery. L.r these who d ts e .dishes rich On liver stews and greay litch; Pr those who atff. and drink and spree, And at big diers like to be This good man bas a erious smile; e kinwasthat in little while Of ble b ad goat they'll grumbl. He loves the pre. and sweet and good. Who relish best h...

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. — 27 August 1887

St. Iamma tmm.n.r. OV1~ITON. LA.. AF8u 27, Im* ira,8 . V. Keutan .... ProUrtetra W. G. e. et e ...........Edtor. IýS D EV RY !AT RDA e oepr., ose ye....s..........e! 00 One copy si mouths. ........... 1 00 One epy three mouths...... . 60 Announcements. We are authorised to maaeae the meneer Judge J. 8. Bossier, t St. lT anmy pFrish, La., as a eUadi date for Cogre from this District, ambjeet to the nstio of he Demecratic memimatisg emvemtion. WEATHER REPORT Ft the pst week, ending Aug. S5 1887: ...... .................. oo T **....... .... ....:: .. . : : 9 4 1 5 -.... ................ 91 8 ALEX. BAND, Observer, Saedeille Statio. L. Jldge J. 8. Bosier uanocees, is to-day's paiper, that be is a ea. didt for Co~r . The list of jurs drawn for the October term of court will be foud In asotb eolumna. Covington is well rpa..etad on the list. Dr, k. L Randolph is still very low. If the wishes of the whole ommunity could be of avail, he would soon be himself again. We are pleased to ee again...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 27 August 1887

St. ammaumy amerm. ZOVINGTON. LA.. Aug 27, 1887. tMrs. S. V. Kentsel.... Propietrar.. W. . Keatl ............ Editor. ST. TAMMANY CAMP MEET ING. The frst manl asmeetir. for the St Tammay Parish Camp Ground will commaese on Tburday before the fourth Sunday in September. 1887. This Camp Ground ius itu ated on the Little Bogue Falia River, ersevee miles northeast of VCrviagtoa, and four miles north of Abits Springs, the presant terminus of the Poiteve~t PFavre Railroad. Theae will e a back line between the Abita 8priug. and the Camp Ground, for the transportation of all who may come by this route. There will be a public tent on the Camp Ground, where all who de mis to defray their own expenses eas obtain board at very reasonable rates. All ministers of the gospel will be entertained free of charge, and are, with all other. earnesty invited so atteUd. G. IL EBus, P. C. TERMS OF COURT. errmer ooar. Porth Meday in Pebruary, and the aourth Monday in July. meRumav JUleataL nuvDucr. T.ngipah...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 27 August 1887

W- mn. I Mi n cOVINGroTL . WUIS(AE .EUROPEAN RAILWAYS Iap Ou"MiSm by ?eas ss &M The Pullman car is unkmow in npa r oib aing, and but few Mana boudoir cars are Ia existence. ., nearest approach to A merls. •aleepers" is the car fitted up with the (reuq~i, or bed-chair, which is an ardinary seat that may be converted into a poor substitute for a bed, and the extra cost of this luxury is about one-third of the price of the ticket. Three fa/segiUi- fill a compartment, and the occupants of those away from the door must climb over the others in netting in or out after the beds have been opened. There are no toilet facili ties on European trains, and retiring eloset0 arc by no means universal. Most of the coupes, which are ploces de ae in irs"t-ca~ carriages--compart.. ments for four people instead of eight, as in the body of the coach-have closets, but they are generally in the gae-cr or under the brake-van. Skeys of these "cabinets" are- in the keeping of the con ductor, who opens th...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 September 1887

t. &Gamman farmer. " dThe Bylety of foorment, Like the Dewrr hfre even, Sheald Deesead Alike upem the Ri sand the PeeR." W. Q. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SEPTEMBER 3, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 3s. A GAME OF EUCHRE. ms sU: "e amowe ts" I eales trarui I ater that swe sass-ay - m ma other the pestehemm were use; Sald.- "Mrae tump ma ober D"' oteInmdeed I t. no exper b eir" said to Do. On themwsre ie 4 et isua d11 -:dth withoutptrl heyds. or id Dssle torick wh hat ae dtb m o i h; elluatited tht c laou n , bueto n the teachd bof er haer Ugs. ým4 a tr sen; It was bhet semu, i. a moment I wast id. I anoitkp. Ah the lkorg me s mt u G 'so e t raeb fhert s I bd. t sh did her best, I neither bad chance mar plam Itwe fairLdy outplyed. I eeel ed, Adu rese up a e Jdu n D mtn! Ebma them we have played the gain atlie lethgr.o baose sweet beadso Aed t.honu our w seth a t om e er rie we ehow each othe our hads. "THAT OOWARIk" He Wa Brave to Suder. to Da--e and to Doi. On the ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 September 1887

$l uam=aAr. O c0t oal ut St. T·BLIYUIý ýv. G- a.r ..r Announoemeiits We are authbed t aeumoces the Judge ,. . Bossier. of t. Imanssy ps, La, as eandi date for legees 8m this Dsalete s*bjee t* * the aels of the Democrate mnmislsu esasmesgls. WEATHER REPORT For the put w , ending Sept 1. 1887: Au21...................... 70 8 70 u ... ........ ."........ 8 g Emi tmpature foee ugst-- i. msns, 0O.. iaimum.70. Nu-mbd of raina days, . Total mi. fail, 28 Inches. ALEX. BAND, Observeur. Muddevia Station. La. Oysters R is emuo. Orossits aar pleontif.ul and in ln Several wagon loads of now cot to mame in this week. The Polieo Jury will meat at the Courthose on Monday, the 19th eLt Se nooies Mr. Alexius has a two-roller euae mill, in good gder. for sae cheap See advertisemest. Miss Gssi Seler, of New Or ham, isou a visit to the Misses Frederick, in Coviigtoa. We had a pleasant visit last Tuesday from Dr. Thea. u Mark ham, the mimnent New Orleans divise. Mr. J. L Smith, of Maudevills, will plese ...

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

St. amarr u $atarmc. ;OVNti1'Uiia. 2t a : . rs. 8. V. K..alvh.... .Pruop ztr.s. W. 0. KmuIbmi - . Editor. W.~t 0. IL Y . SATURtDAY )n"CPT. o s.. Y e r.........$ One cop, yi. watt... ........... 1 00 ')r~ ·,brly wooth h........... Rs e ST. TAMMANY CAMP MEET ING. The irst annual meetirg for the SL Tammany Parish Camp Ground will commoene on Thursday before the fourth Sunday in September. 1887. This Camp Ground is sits ated on the Little BoIgue Falia River, seven miles northeast of Covington, and four miles north of Abita Springs, the presrnt termina of the Poitevent A Favre Railroad. Thub will be a back line between the Abita 8pringe and the Camju Ground, for the transportation of all who may come by this route. There will be a public tent on the OCamp Ground, where all who de sie to defray their own espenses ean obtain board at very reasonable rates. All ministers of the gospel will be enterlained free of chug.e, sad are, with all others, earnest.y invited to attend. G. BL Eu., P. C....

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 September 1887

Wt. C ammaq *auuur I w... KmVrg.Q ~Uhh8U1 REVOLTING CRUELTY. An smse a e W.mansr sry resass amO MaMa C-- e Koutoaso4 was had guay of opealag a sachool hor peasant's childn.. idepmdeat of the uiisry of Pub Iasetre..aO , As her rime was not penal, and a. mor.eoer she was married to. foreger. Gemeral Gourko merely ordered her to be sent over the frontier. Tis is how she do. scribes her e m SL Petersburg to Pruia. I shall give etrct to her narrate without cm atm mý lt premising that its accur res to the minutest detail, Is absolutely as. Impeachable. "I was seat to wla with ify pris oners--men ad womes. From thi railway statle we were takes to the tows prison and kept there for two hors late at ight. i aa open yard nader a dreaehing rain. At last we were pushed late a dark orridor and counted. After may oaths and much foel laaguage the re was lighted, aad I found myself in a spacious room in which t was impossie to take a step in any direction without treading on the women who were slee...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 September 1887

St. 0ammanu farmer. "The Bleming. of Gonrmnet, Like the Dewn fm Hmvem, Sheold Desoead Alike up the Rick ad the '.," W . G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SEPTEMBER 10, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 3. a mm, . . nu ~ na u uuIUlnnu m u n a, r n m m u nn m inn mnln u n ur m ui nm a n u t m umu i nnu lu m~ l MY LITTLE GIRL'S BRIGHT EYES. Yes, I have te atdo oatsates Your diamoud. Does the truth surprls Then plae your bubae ere above Ly utLme a(rts risht esy. Ah, better tham the shining stoes M rich sad Pse-praoud nehbor buys, MyA gira s bright eyes . whe mse laughs they ae us brve And besautu And whe she na ee GOomds's mins sae dlmed beside My little git's bright eyes. Sweetest at t .h they9 su thro' tteurs. Deep hbid a saered om.a. beneath My lil grt's bright eyes. 0a whem mI 0ame la their depth., My trem~ibn- he.at sees hose usnal arve's o the rode-strs of i imylle. My i ldtte trl's bright eyes. Whaltber I thes I sever win Gido a or oa lddst time otlthat ts e - '.motent, ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 September 1887

Oeapy sit meO ........... i Oae. ¢thre meeu b ............ W.o. e..,s ............. i ... =se rom.... P .rop W.ot l umare p . E di.tor aemlua manwmeon L R"o"eo os ....se.s t. au seo. o S . . . . . . . . . o o o o , to: Tempeisla e I ........................ 8 6 Jr ............... . h i JLe-. S. Bossere. I .madil Saio.U a.a a.orn-ro . Je.fe. b. ., naoe athdeeud to reelat hr ebedp tioine advutiuemente, job work. *to Aey hr.er ecteed tod him will b fully epprmhtel by tlb.F.,Pun The operp e bee, good idi C.vigto- tid, mmse..A ho.4 aemiy very ight Tb wethr e e o warm Sw....... Tihe .metr i.lasae tt Thiradv. iero will be amestiag ofi Publie Se ool Boar agnt , day the itlb imfet Lyi i badly mepr edl Thb F.ua ter of 81. Peter aad Pal's h Tew or0 be. Mr. T.T. Tale ee stray ad slf on T plmea.nd te o err equested to euler the . SG advertieseeat The ladletiloca poist to tie that ther will be a lege attend esm at the Demeerati mu inr seat Momdey. Owing to th demand for e oplee of the Faum this w...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 September 1887

G LA.. sept 10, ,. ii jao*. mvop...................Saes om spy ets meahls. ........... 10 Oaone*p Uas mamnm ........... s ST. TAMMANY CAMP MEET ING. The frit anmnal metirg fotr the St Tammasy Parish Coap Groead will semma ss on Thrsday before the Aeurth Sends3 n September. 188?. This Camp GrUnu is site ated on the Little Bog.. Faeia Riar, Omn miles mortheast of Oisa iogtrsand our mils north lof Abita 8pring the gpesnt termim Iof te Poite.m nt A& Pi e Rilroad. Theo will be a bask lio between the Abita 8pringe and the Camp Groend, for the treeportartios - all who may om by this route. There will be a publi test uo th Camp Gromnd, wher all who de arie to defray thir own ezpeses un- obtain board at very reasonable atea. All ministers o the gospel will e entertaind free of lcharge, and asr, with all thers earnest,! invited ao attend. O. B us. P. t TERMS OF COURT. a w Orr ooan. - Fesink Neday in Feemary, sa o The uaith Neaday in Jly. u aamms. JUA mc UT emor. 'mag s Paish-Jarterms m d ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 September 1887

U'TIKLtN AGRICULTUQRAL Sdmst'jial EducatMe b the South. Major K A. Brke, ia his rsoast ad. dress belore the Leuslaas Prems As oeciatloa at Lake Carle, said: Wile we are rig ur fertile o. grand forests d rich minerals or le North, sad opesig wide our arm to welome immirnt. fro over the sea, is i ot time o coesider serimely why we should met edemate our boys to realise the rich roueres of the SouthP The presm ean smrs i atts for the. ebmnp ao req -ue and ensideratie to which they are entitled. The prees can aid in mak ing industrial trdainig an itegral part of general educatie; also ia seurlug the equipment of Instittils where in the boys and girls of Louis iana may acquire oceupstions which will enable them to become self supporting and take ap the work of developing our rick resources instead of relyig forever on others. Thre press can help to break down the unreasmunag prejudice aad disim elination for maualu labor. Manual schools are in operation as a part of the public-school sys...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 September 1887

S,.ian . I . t, &ammani fanrmer. "The Blesings of Goveioment, Like the Dews from Heave, Sheld Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Peer" W. (G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SEPTEMBER 117, 1887. VOL. flD.-NO. THE BETTER WAY. . serves hs 0estry best? be wh.ar a rief and storem .peos srth ber armes Se the serce ary. heat fs the time or trmost and unrest. L.g years of peace succeed it sad repla. e here is a better way. Whe serves his ebuyrr best? lit he who guides her senates In debate, Aml maekn the aws which ae her pep saml sta; MIt he who wears the poet's purple vest. A.h slogs her song of love sad grief satd tte; There is abetter way. Es serves hIs oontry best Who jn the tidu e that lifts her noty em: hPr speech has myriad tongues for every day, dal song but one; sad law within the breast I streager than the grave law oa stoane There is a better way. Ne aeves his couatry best Who reas pre life and doeth righteous deed. Ad walks straight pathsl howeverother...

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. — 17 September 1887

Otw eed d 1 i S. mmy V.G~ Ka Preis. lsr Grtky~ LR- a.. ast 12.1688. WIRYT SATURDAY snaoua t.. w. es ashdr~e b inmmaa i Jag J.8. Borr. .te e. ainy peehI4. Ma. med - - - -31 mwb d .me h .t Dmsein W3ATatR 833103 pe te aspr week. a1 Sept. It. USw: _msdl 3.Ws 16L "I ........................ K w .. ............ ........ 1 2 1r1 ........................ N ! 31......... M ..M 3a .........,............ N N IL ..................._...: N 71 fie...... ................ r ALtL BAND.Ob ser. Mlevdsb Siense. La Nen-EUr. J 8. OGlW ase -s -dJWMI will bemmiesr .hmi I. remisS for 'kip tiese ad n eý./e jb wooy ot fan tai gimmid tio ti will be L apspeai by lh b. as.. Dr. A. hl'H the DRNTWI'. WainSrl. tismeirw. te NIYb set.. ..'rsole a low day,. H. win ierl at osweulg Hesm wiebe hillS be pismil Mssnaml ishew'gha ahol iwa diNSI Bob is buey mmii. Ander week o het wiether. !i. Daii' Jury WEl seat watt 39 13- kith sen. !hmwh 10 e a mediti d b.. 1weieb himelDedh toW4. f ip-idl deities hr Mayor wil ashdi'SulSy, ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 September 1887

A . &auas aura. .1 iloarsal of t. Tu ammamny Parishb. IIUK - EV-itY SATURDAY he-eopv. one etar.... ..... .... s ,U On.e py six meatha. ........... 00 O oy three months............ Mris. , . V. Ketel.... Propaietress. W.. Ke .......... Edisonr. . TAMMANY CAMr MEET ING. The first anual meetirg for the St. Tammany Parish Camp Ground will commence on Thuruday before the fourth Hunday in September. 1887. This Camp Ground is situ= teod on the Little Bogue Fali. River. seven miles northeast of Covigton., and four miaes north of Abits Springs, the present termnius of the Poiteveat & Favre Railroad. These will be a back line between the Abita Springs and the Camp Ground, for the traneportation ot all who may conma by this route There will be a public tent on th. Camp Ground, where all who de eire to defray their own ezpenaet ca obtain board at very reasonald. retues. All ministers of the gosp.. will be entertained free of charge. and are, with all others, earnest! invited to attend. ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 September 1887

At. Eammmaa _aIgr. W.0.O. E.W ., L resw. O)VINGTOC. - LUISIAA. AVYEUX TAPESTRY. A Oae eara ress We w Ik otf -ee Iteam assht *ss aLn In the whole cemposition are repre sented more than 20 persems, 180 horses. and 6O other almals besides ships. boats. buildings, tress. weapoas. tools and other objects. These Igur are draw sad colored fat. without any attempt at shading, sad in their spirited uncouthness remind us of the work of a clever child. The faces, hands and legs of the human ures. when bate, are merely indicated by a line of stitches. Yet it is as instance of the durability of frail things that these faces and hands have, in many cases, retained for eight hundred years a decided expression. Is the colored portions of the embroidery, where the linen ground is covered with long worsted stitches, little attempt is made to Imitate the hues of nature. There is oUthing improbable, it is true, is the colors of the clothing, but those of the animals are not suhe as are found in the com...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 September 1887

"The Blesings of Government, Like the Dews from Hasven, 8heuld Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Per." W. 4*. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SEPTEMBER 24, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 39. THE CHILDRENeS SAKE. sift tae bsee eei the iryrowtins O~tem fream t eish be. r thm mm wrh a theas am mUss we wMse 'eator ett ame bPer t o me sat afl be sweet Sthe child. ) hmeft or tae oarea, lt nev er a Satoe Slae trm is or yours be howmr; tirem bher so s.ens or he trrible strai t1e m seet sla. er bottle ort ue, lbr it is right That ie be bright O the chal . FP aa ote eildre, slag a Sa. lhe. the ltM of arite in yoar heart beetreyg; podeeoy bow not your bead to the dme. Yar huert to tma F I.er ti nmees m trust; Tht you be true had brave is d4e TO the chil. Farme days of youth are the afe @r g4l. AM wom you eem the ohLdrem oe pleasure hs te n they mut teae seah a mmutt way. m, withtMaes, oye would darhes the dasv Sthir GayY Yoetm is ttaboe Is lost ee m To te i hild. -. _ Gaddas, Is f...

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