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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 September 1887

oSept, 2#, 1887. a 4 i- l- o u aem oe - -- e ar aLutboriaed to uaouace mmne of" Judge J. 8. Bossier. f l. Tammay parish. IL., as a enai. e for Congress fIom this District. uabjeet t the ottion of the Democratic meirmating eooenttion. WEATHER REPORT For the past week, enading Sept t. 1887: 1e............ ...... : g 70 *7............. . 93 71 18...... ............... 88 74 St........................ 85 7 .. ..... ................ 8: 67 1St........................ 8 73 18 ........................ 8 70 ALEX. B&ND. Observer. Mandeville Station. La. So School Board proceedings. e were blessed with a few howers this week, but more rain is needed. The Poloe Jury met last Won dWa. See proceedings i. saother Tim emrt oeses are busy sum mraing jurors and witnmesse for the October term. Dr. Heinta has bafl a dozen bot ties of the csebrated Reed's Chil Cume to give away. Property is slowly but surely ad lmsig in prina in Covington, as the railroad approatchs. The polling places in the Second...

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. — 24 September 1887

I~t. &Jiuuuag ~ianmrer Ofiial Jourual of St Tzuamamy Parish. rs. S. .enatz ... Propetjs W. G. Kennel ...........Euitor. tOVtNG LA.. S'ept- 24, 1887, I8SUIe D EvErtY SATURDAY i.e copT* one pear............. 6Y W Orne copy cix wouths. ,., 1 00 O)aeoopy thsree unnthl.......... 5o CLUBBING ARRANGEMENT AND PREMIUM. We will send the WraLr.T PicA rnvs or the WarsFtL Txues-Damo cRAT and Sr. TAwMrrA FARMER One year, to any address, for $2 50, payable in advance. All pail up subscribers of the PFAawn are presented with a copy of Dr. Kendall's celebrated ''Treat ise on the Horse and His Diseases.' A nmost valuable book. VENIRE. Ei.Lteenth Judicial Dist'rct eoart for .he oarish of St. Tamm'any--State of Louisiana. Juror; drawn for the first week of the October term. A. D. 1887: J Cabier Luke Allison John ~uoper A F Cousin Hugh Carmickle Ira E Purves Alfred Gitl Lucius Lacroix H R Warren 8 Bossier Moses Davis R Badlon J I Yates Antoine Provost N Qua-e I 0 PIizetta J T Munsch J A Ernest Emile...

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. — 24 September 1887

St. eatmau3a ~amti. WYIRGYOIL LOUJSZAN oUTCH FOOT-WEAl h mamusee r U.ma4. The Du.ch wear heavy wooden shoes, whchrmodrthir t i laborious and UtraefaL A number d a uteh belle of the lower class drag these heavy wooeen shoes alon with thus. T. ehddre seem to be aMd to manage their wooden shoes much easier than grn people When a dors. or molr ttW urehins idulge in a romp in the treet they set up a clatter which an be heard for blocks. The mother who wishes to bad her naughty child, wh has le its task for street play, does na atfrstm her eyus n the search for the uvemiedlauest. She quietly Micks one of er ears out of the win dow. and when de hears a loud clatter which sugests the tearing down of hoaes in the eighborhood, she r.she toward the moad ed by her ears. When, at legth, breathing forth threat. ings and slanghter. she leads home her shrieking ofspring, the cries of the latter are drowned by the msic of his companioes' footfrll. The great advantage of the wooden shoe si ius saying...

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. — 1 October 1887

Zit. iwimaug farmcr. "Tb. Ihletug. of Gwmuat LMe th Doet hem Rhave., Shedld Deaeaed Alike .pem the hao sad the Pm.c" W. 0. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., OCTOBER 1, 1887. VOL. XIII.N0. 40. BE TRUE TO YOURSELPF- I b.y.. w4 ue.. S . ...w s1 s. I seflITSun lur tfMC Varu I INfLw RAM3R ROLDIERL. MANOELWURZELB. : OMARUMMi anTa ou0100 ANSD mDUSTru. BE TRUE TO YOURSELF. w Whesn eises i yea e break away en a unMes to wues you're bound. AMt Jets withe_ I their wee play a is whr In their gidy r oud, am tr a atmnow""s seeme 7n Same A mu.e you may saly rue. P AnM br ser own mad a dear ear's sake. sd ~ true a yomrsear-be true! d Stw** came a tnae-far it senmes te an- h Whm eeeateh with purpose stuerg. wftaeek aS the enar of yreas;eoar, and call ~houteiofundes he weem; tg AM theush he edeassors to bIsd your eyes a Yeur dealh and fears to subdue. stand p sr th rio , aedwithout 0 iqu!se, as trhebaeursegr-be true! 4 Be true to yesursack mbow of the day. thai fltr ab ee aer Mrien...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 October 1887

jot. & uqAnu 4VINTO' LA.. oat i, 1887. Eatere at the Postoffee at Covington, La ., ..s second-lae~s matter. Oficial Journal of 8L Tammnany b Parish. fee. eutzl....Proprietreus. W. G. Kentbel ...........Editor. ISSUED EVERY S TURDAY in**py, one year .. . 0o One copy six mouths ........... 1 00 )ae eopy three month* .....s.... 50 aor Congress, Sixth Dis triot, *. 1. ROBERTS ON, Of East Baton Rouge. WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending Sept. ' 9. 1887: Temperature Max Mie. ............ 88 68 $4 ............. 9 60 2 ..................... s1 54 2 7 .... ................. 78 72 7877 " ................... 73 54 ALEX. BAND, Observer, Mandeville Station. La. The public schools will open next Monday, the 3d inst. The pecan crop appears to be good this year, as usual. The game law is out and the hunting season commences to-day. Messrs. Eddie and Louis Guedry. of New Orleans, are staying at the Goathier House. Dr. Heintz has half a dozen bot ties of the celebrated Reed's Chill Cure to g...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 October 1887

OVI NGTO LA.. Oct. 1, 1887. O eiail Journal of SL Tammany Parish. Mr. . V. Keulasi.. . .Propri Itrema. W. . Kentsel - ... . ....Editor. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY )meeepv. one year .. ..S toJ One eopy six months. .......... 1 00 Omesepy three months........... 50 CLUBBING ARRANGEMENT AND PREMIUM. We will send the Warnz. Pzca Tms or the Wu1aLT TIxas-Dzxo casr and Sv. faxxaxy FaRxan one year, to any address, for $2 50, payable in advance. All paid up subscribers of the Faassa are presented with a copy of Dr. Kendall's celebrated "Treat ien on the Horse and His Diseases.' A most valuable book. NEWSPAPER LAWS AND REGULATIONS. L Subscribers, who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. S. If subscribers order the dis continuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until all arroaiag.-s are paid. 3. If subscribers ueg'±ct or re fuse to take their pcri .dicals Prom the office to which they are diret ed, they ...

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. — 1 October 1887

WVJNGTO - WUIJSEAL ***sms m mg . £hs m.. e..... m esses.. eAmaf very one is finr with te fact that lighetng does not spring areas from eled to elead, er totheearth, but purses. upigeagusese Thisli 4eduet the at 6d atthe afrsot.ý ate throughout. Uctricly always taken ** path w hicek ata te imtr.s -stan Sitspa ae. Damp air is a muck bet te conducting medium than dry air com"eqendy the lightning selects the lamap route, avoiding the drier strata and sonesits encounters, and advances, now directly, now obliquely, until it reaches theopposite cloud, where it sub lividesinto a number of forks. Owing to the resistance whic it encounters in its path, Intense heat isgeerated, which mauses the air toexpand. Immediately after the lash, the air again contracts with great violence sad with a load re post, which is echoed and re-echoed among the clouis. The report reaching the ear o the listener from varying dis tances, is drawn out into a series, and, being still farther prolonged by the echoes,...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 October 1887

0t. unmman armer. "The Bleiiag. of ovrumeant, Iike te Dw frim Hreave, Iheld Demedi Alike qpm the 1M mad th nrI." w. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., OCTOBER 8, 1887. VOL. III.-NO. 41. LITERARY LIFE. Ien bd Dine Nvenz.trt~sced aed rawned. An - M i 'I me omes good aigt's work; h rory mornijs has not Yetdawned. AM J'rs afisje my tale of 'The Desm's Dirk:' Shas ~re his aged mete i bed. An tas a dms. bags or gold, AMd a ri ma's datser, sad merrily sd Sssam betsesms s greats bold; sa cemwer Lm a ms e amh re Off esmeas ers measmees: Hs bseaed fr the yard-amabort a sore. AM vtvmeet. a small lot more; s bas mo-s e.teven cirosana grls. AM Imled thee traders In lndia peers; us ba as d a neber of shocking wreks. AM pIaked verminso a lot of decks; AMd e.r emes be has escaped futs Ja Br eming the upuns in p tges ame And th uase.s e- pe- would tern ~n pel 1 the deathes ms aerugo two per line, Ad I thin I have ois thein down dme, AM be.mes in bad if this book can fail." AM hi...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 October 1887

I tm LA.. Oat 8... T,.i. La., A. seeead.celas mater. Oqgt Journal of ~L TaImany W.G. Ket ....... Editor IS8UED EVERY RATURDAY •e .ee * a vor .... ....... ..s so Ono epy o ........... 100 'Moonp th meuas t.......... So PorCCongress, Sixth Dis triot, oR. . ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. WEATHER REPORT lor the past wee, eding Oct 6. 1887: Temperatnra. Max Min. V ........................ T $0 1... .................... $It 5 ............. ........... 1 67 4L........o............... 8 S * ....................... a s Im smpassine ter 8epteber --Mas men. Its.. Mildsrm. 66.16. rumbe*. of aiy days. k Tet i dll, . tT. . 4ee . ALEX. BAND. Observer. Mandeville Station, La. Hklelesrrie. are ripe. Delightul weather this week. Spubli hools opened last Ieadry with a good attedames. Cotto eatieass to roH is at a lively ratt About 300 bales ar ived this week. Dr. Hets has half a does. bot tles of the celebrated Reed's Chill OCur to give away. One-thoumand sares of laId, and lampovemsats. lve miles fr...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 October 1887

t BaING ARRANGEIEUNT AND PRIH IUI. We wi ad the WmOnra Puac e or the WmTs. Tnml-Dmo emn ammd r. Tasm, n PF m one 7ee4 t* ua , ddress or is so, - Dr. Mea lbrted Trat. ee ea the Hor ead HieDiseases.' A a" s wremt book. IE.SPAPEB LAWS AND I GULATIONS. i Sa.beuMee, *be do not give eapra maiu to the contrary, are somidered a wishing to lcotin uu their -beerdiptio, a If asurbes order the die. them a h all arrea paid. t If ebaoribers aegiect or re Aee to take their perodicals fromn the *ie to which they are direct ed, they re held reposeiblo until they have sttled their bills, and ordered thema dimeotis ed. . If msubsrib er remove to other without ialormiag the publ . aud the papers are meat to the former dreetio, they are hebld eepemsibe & The asorts have deelded that *reami km take periodeals from * the eee or semoving or leaving them unemlled tor," is prins focis eviden of intended fraud. SAny person who sreeeives a mae an tem a of it. e has ordered it or not, is held is law ho e a ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 October 1887

YZYVNGTOL . LOUJISIm ,. TE MAKERS OF CIGARS. _be ma ed s e i~m There ore two classes of eigar-mak. e . kNew York. those who do what is saled Speani work and those who work with domestie tobaccos. The mne who are o Spansh work are Cu bans and Spaniards, some seven hun trad ia alL They object to having say body ls ia their shopsad if a eigarmaker of another nationality should get a job there they would make ki uanplea ant for him that he would leave. In this they are sustained by their employers, who are Cubans or Spaniards themselves, sad believe that Cabans and 8paniards are the only people who know how to make the best cigars. They ar born with a cigar In their mouths, and they die with a cigarette between their teeth. T11e only tobacco used in some of the Spanish workshops is imported, while others use both Havana and Key West tobacceo, and make a grade of Key West cigars in which there is a lair amount of domestic tobacco, more than they acknowledge. Al their cigars are high-pric...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 October 1887

___ &wunangfarmer. "The Blewiga of Govermant, Like the Denw bon hRaven, Sheald Deeme Alike ape. the Dish sai the Pemc" W. Q. KEETZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., OCTOBER 15, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 42. QE TRUE. teemreeasurv mueme at - Ahboe MY sy lyfag head WheuenIadeed. me redsto peem same WM wiuatwen o'er my q 4arme4 fame. T mack the place. Mr dad asm gas. ew-s -I m eauac see R law wjag bead. whys I am doead. >St while I live member this: e tame-ges aed's pret sahie steps; Toa myaOt hsakmy s to kiss Whes, by and by. the grases wans Upse my grave. -A ti NlsBtcMs, is £'rrresa IN ATRAP. An Aewatr.om wth Three. Indias. sad Two Beamr. I had bees camped for a mouth in the Wind River Mountains, Wyoming, sear the headwaters of Green River, before I got an Indian alarm. I had come up from Fort Bridger with a pack mule sad plenty of traps and pro visions, and by traveling mostly at night and taking every pains to hide my trail I had escaped the attention of the redskina....

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. — 15 October 1887

StOc immaq1. ,r For oagres Sixth Dza triot, *. W. ROBERTTSO, Of East Baton Rouge. WEATHER REPORT For thb pest week, endig Oct. 13. 1887: T es .p...Mr. *u..................... 41 7 ............ 8 Ts ***...*................ es e. IS.................... a gg IS. ............. .... a 4 s........................ ALEX BAD ea4 ALEX. BAND. Olserver, Msadeville Station. La. Leek out for the oyster boat moet Moeday Th. was a lihbt frost Thursday The mail hbe hbes arriving ma mally esrly this week. Dhtrist Onurt. jury term, will sect mest Useday. Steam was raised at Sulphur Spriags sugar mill esuterday. Mr. Jobs W. Qua., has a wsre esure Sor Dropsy. See adveriseseut. There was a pound party at the Mif ois Pa uso**ge last Thin. day o«- . __ Dr. Reuis hba half a lames hot ties. of the esehbrated Reeds Chill Oier to gvs away. WANTED TO BUY-A good large Tart Dog. Apply to W. Bsisbert, at Mres Rosh.s.. We eoagrstalate Mr. mad Mrs. X. H. Tally on th birth of a la. daughter last Smday might. A hMiy N...

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. — 15 October 1887

AL lamut atm~r. UOVGOX, s..O.1lb 158 ~?. La., as e.seed., l aktter. Osi Joueral of li tnmman Parish. n. S. V. K. a-.g........ u.. . V.0.Keati - ....ditor. I inu KV RY SATURDAY Ja**.***.... vr.... .........ng as One*ap" esi Bmnths. ........ 100 glue*y sear. Matto........... N WBUBBENG ARRANGUM3NT AND PREMIUM. We will sal the WEEmy Pica. iar or the Wms., Tium-Dmeo. aOU and fr. Tauuauv Farm one yer, to say address, fo 50, peyable is advanse. Al pai4 up eubscribers of the Fartsa are pmuusated with a espy of Dr. ZOe6dales labrated "Teat. ins Othe Heorsesand HisDiseass' A meetvaluebsle book. NEWSPAPER LAWS AND REGULAIONS. L Ulaseribes who do not dive isprem anotae to th eoetrary, are meidsreda" wishing to enatisse their ambeoripties. . Ife asberibtes der the dim. emotinmaes of their periodicals, the puhlaiaher may enetisme to sued them mUi ell arreerags. are paid. 3. If mml as n gleet or we Soe to take their periodical, from the *e8e to which they ar direst am, they ree held re.po.s.. sta...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 October 1887

*<k EMEIR. W MEN. w. ma sae.mmr~t ( VWjGTOL f. LOUISEAE. A OCAPTER ON WiGS. wnde twhe tart 0e" w wYhp are Bob Wr now west As&.*. Somge tied amd humoromu kaui east the wrner a wig mael-a-urer's cats. log.., with a mete advhstg bit.o lay it up agaiast a rainlay day. The young man west forth aid had speech with the maker of thatches. sad as he is able to tell ys, goatle reader. a wood or two about wigs. Sarting se wish a phin wdi wig at $16. you ca run up a scale of p thate mds at No for tmeo ad at $100 for wmoe.. The wigmaker doesn't call himself a wigmaker maws days. Far be t o tfrehim. e is a pro. prietor of as dases....... Fbumcas whereim are daigmiad Mad crease - , Isudeamr sam like apporuea ames **wbich p ssestheovaluable dues deraebas of comibmiag maturaloess amd durability." Why. do you ask, are all these use Egilish. Lanta sad French words throws at the trembling bald headed seam Merely ia order to reas sure hilm and awakes the idea Ia his papershell siad that his coate...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 October 1887

0*. rnnmang farmcr. "The euiugu of 6weammuet, Like the Dewa ee. sum w, Uheuld Dsemi Alike up. the Risk sad do Per." We O. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., OCTOBER 22, 1887. VOL. 111.-NO. 43. AS USUAL. dthse a was a liver aseen to his ews. ***wn e the eb s auta are smmm hi tole sbat t -s weun tr sm mae never s soarst Mev God him Ws asea as a aigeds above. Us swaee by tah ms ani the mev sae the stars 1s epe ! versa maraetes lie pips cad ses;o hwesw he we stop, saE. - dee* he Westimymme Ma3m with the bhys as the boos. * vwed fat as beese woUM we eweui s be a metehig bejdg witbest rat her oeeseat; .Us - r wulE -v her, se, mever disetve W 3nw* huri tm e to even i .sas. B. swe.. that am bewer ear loved as be di, ¶ eeer htr shiv. mest devotes he e be; Wse ' k eflsn eter immale but her mteher. WI ames hi his heme make her reseience bee. Nawer believ he weul do as he saM. AmE s GEd the mmaide who westdn'a be led By say ass wiser who rbeds to mvise her TM mashils des't cai...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 October 1887

ILt. & ma.iu *aner. JOVIN(1TON. LA.. Oct 22, 1887. 1a1 aI at the tece at Covurga. la.. as second-class matter. (Tial Journal of St. Tamnasany Parish. Mr. S V. Keatael.... Proprietrees. W. G. Kentbel .......... .itor ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending Oct 0. 1887: Tempseatsre. 14....................... 77 51 15....... ................ T 5 83 14........................ 6g 61 IT...7 ................... 73 1 18 ........ ............... 0 1l........................ T3 6 " ........................ 7 8 5 ALE. BAND. Obeserver, Mandeville Station. La. See order of eale, seouussion of the late Pat Welsh. Mr. B. Abadie, merchant and baker. is serionuly ill, The. Cemetery is being brights. ad up for All Saints' Day. The steamer New Camelia is now taening on its winter schedule. See adveetisement, Dr. Heists has half a dosea bot tles of the celebrated Reed's Chill Care to give away. (hryuanthemnms and bouquets for All Saints' Day, for sale by O. Webber. See advert...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 October 1887

%OVINGTON. LA.. Oct 22. A887. at the Port dice N t Covington, 1a., aS second-cul s marler. Olals Journal of SL Tammany Parish. r . Kentzel.... Proprieiress. W. G. Iesteel ..... Editor. VISUKD EVERY SATURDAY isseapY. one Tear.... .......... on One copy six months. ........... 1 00 oaecopythreeueonths .......... se For Congress, Sixth Dis trict, M. M. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. CLUBBING ARRANGEUENT AND PREMIUU. We will send the WasnLY PIca rows or the WrurLT Tixas-Daxo cait and Sr. Taznxa FAazER one year, to any address, for $2 50, payable in advance. All paid up subscribers of the Fauaxm are presented with a copy of Dr. Kendall's celebrated 'Treat its on the Horse and His Diseasee.' A most valuable book. NEWSPAPER LAWS AND REGULATIONS. L Subscribers, who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the dis eoatinunnce of their periodicals, the publisherimay continuo to scnd them until all arrearages...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 October 1887

it. Eammaau3 uara W. s. , siAs. oVINGTO:. LOUSIAwU TOADS AND THEIR PREY. ae*.tMr ru..s... 1 Wme.. W Wass 2%W cWa at s..els I recently spent ave or six hours a a steamboat In company with stranger from Brookville-a modest intelligent man, full twenty years m; junior. Just as we were nearing th city of Bangor the remark of a thisn party led me to say that the most curl ous thing he had ever sees in his lii was on occasion of his splittlig a huge bowlder in a field that he might UaN the pieces for stone wall, sad Sndia, in the center of it a great fat toad. 1 his report was true it would seem that the toad must have crawled in or falles into the fissure in the first year of hhi life. and have found in there asufleleul supply of insects, either crawling la o fallen in, to sustain his life for four oa are years. I presume you are all aware of the pecullar manner in which the toads seizes his prey. The root of his tongue is fastened in the very front of his up. per jaw, while the tip lies...

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. — 29 October 1887

_______0*.o &~rragfrcr. "The Blessings of Goverareoiu Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descead Like upe the Rich mad the Peer" W. (1. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., OCTOBER 29, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 44. TO MY WEE BIT LAD. My ewe deer la, my wee bit lad, My bemniest lt st all! With eyes Ube viemtms sweet with dew. Lips as the lees when petits fall In revee rSalight by garden wall. Ah. le. wee . snme oeved use tree, In ame he wend as I love yea' My deer we led, my swn deer lad, The lm I ose ene weal Did ye lers In mask yese seeret deep Ere the spirit eK E18amd lell asleep? May I never leers the mystic spell. Butbe content ts love thee well, Kaewlag nowe we loved sae tree, My wee bt le, as I loes yea! - Bsms yladmywee stlaj, My boenmest led of all, rost ne, love as mime Oantlves winter snows. Hat b violet, blast the veye; Abidis mgd=t.. ie sweet sumehiee. Golde o the gadea wal. It moketh an fe as moments sgal. This Is the love. m=y boses led, My wee bit laed, ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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