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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 October 1887

COYIN oo LA.. Oct 29, 1887. WEATHER REPORT P*r the pet week, esing Oct 27. 1851: Tempeatur. Oe Masx MJi. 1t**...................... 7s as ........................ i 47 ****.. ..............W s t *...................... es ...*.................... as !S***................. 5$ ....................... e ALEX. .BAND. .Otmar~ver, Mandevill* Station, La. ANNOUNCBMENTH. Per the Information of eaadi ate fo the various, o~ees, we will state tiat our charges for publish [r saoms ts, ar w follows: For Coasress............... $is M* ;oes................ 12 LI E.tric B&N. ers. b.. . er el neesse........ .... a. Ward oeeas......... 5 rthe ifn-(da in adfa.nce stte Tuesday will be All publis' Dug ann mets aron Dwy. Agnr t maor wagess loaded with eottosn e.e is this week. Mr. Lois B. Abadie eAtl upon al wto *weu im to a5d* up. See Sulaen DaryeaEhet nam and bauquet ter ANl Saints' Day. for sale by O. Webber:. See advertisoement. she maoud of the whistle of the" sa& gr at Snlpyur wpriags Plad ...

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. — 29 October 1887

I. Sauuaq *umtr. JOVINGTON. LA.. Oat. iS.,1is?. Enteed s lb. ses.. & asOmit 1a., s ..eoa.I-e..ms Sr. ovismi Journal of 8Lt yte. Paksb.. Mrs.8 . V. Keutal.... Propratres.m. 'V.0. toat.. .. Editor. I8SUBD EVERY SATURDAY o *O*P.*oe yar .... ..........02 o ones.py.i;esas. . ........... 106 vls*4yý meratse........... so For Congreus, Sixth Dis trict, $. M. RO E3T0O1, Of East Baton Rouge. CLUBBING ARRANGEMENT AND PREMIUM. We will ;sed the Wams., Picac 1s5 or the Wmu.v Tmum-D.o Cas sad Sr. Taumi, Fanum *ns year, to any address, for $2 10, payabl, in addeim Al pail up mseberies of te. ari resa prsesatod with a ropy of Dr. Kendall's oeehinbtsd "Treat le am the Hors. and RisDi.sae.s.' A mot valaMle book. NEWSPAPER LAWS AND REWULATIONS. L bsur who do sot give empresse asoes to the eastrary, are meiderod as wishing to onutisue their ewbomiptiio. 3. If suabtribers order the die osetimauos .of their periodiemls, the pubtlisher may oostianu to send them until all arrearagee are paid. i. If sub...

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. — 29 October 1887

w.t. Iauauaam. men... WDV4NG1- - WUI alu FEMALE PyMa gs e . On mof !,as a talsend e yMee L.dy who has bees a prauddag plysl-o clam is New 1ork Cty for eight years, SP*ia gthrough Pttsaburgh oa ohr wayto se Bset after her vjmecatlm lm herWe..a home, remaled over s few bouon sad chafted plea-anty with some lady friends cosecralag wemes ia the medical profeessio. *Ia the Middle States," said she, *'the female physician has made but small head way; she is leaked upon with suapiciom, and is sassy cases as some wild ani mal to be severely let alone. "na the East sad ia theextreme West it is diferent. L the West the temale doctor, like the!waale !rsuin, is grew isg up with the seiatry, sad N she puses hoerself a wm~ana it semise ad understanding she is ometulted in cases otfless, sad her advise reeelved with respect ad followed with obedience. I the !lest, while et eamsety on the same plane with the m. raweseueer. yet her skill is Neely aeheowledged and her aserices constantly called lute ...

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. — 5 November 1887

t. ianmang farmcr. "The Blesinas of Oovteret, Like the Dew from Reaves, Be Ded Alike upes the Rish sad the Peer" W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 5, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 45. -- __. -- ,- __ LITTLE BY LITTLE. babshle sml"m mnl e, e wia spsrank, spt w. Utmba, os ea, a"e hD, asS phldi. Dbap bydeep-haw te pes l a p hap by &a-hew as . ter bams bw. mhe sam the a ear tew e m aart over Sae, hther feter by tsaer. Uaia Wher y 0a eh ep. Flabe by rake te bulb tem harm! Plabe by ake s athe wheat kept ,warm. The r~hrd glajma l the see d eeeas mWith appses an ts tree: at s to a misse was draws wtlsa It Theawe ten or sem brease; The eak seed ast, he he tseser shoet Th trlek, the bhoesem, ae mow as are Never waee eseaeebo gtves ea o bts te fat ste, INeor eem wiashiang hrry mhe se, or carr Oaeover peak aid ale. baep by lsep, to shim and saaSe. as theg ees travesed. he deamey made fIamee by aerem time is reckemed. As wlaged are they er as bee te swift ser coategs...

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. — 5 November 1887

IL iu a ,*amtr. ý 1emox L.A.. Nov 5, iKT?. Parish WBATHER REPORT 2.1 th pat wee*, ending Nov. Tempersru. a. n Mir . *t *l.... ................* ! * *o..... "...... ........ M 49 *4... .......1..... 6 39 S... ........... .......... 60 41 Weatwn perature for Oitohbr--*ES mm, Ttl l$ Minimum. T7.15. lmbm o.f riaiy days. .L ToW tal's. X1. 9"34 fbeles. ALEX. B&ND. Observer. Mandeville Statioe, La. ANNOUNCE1MEN.T For the inf rneltiot of eaaPi- a ss for the varioue oaMea we will I state that aor charges for publish. .ag amonaea e as as followos: For O ............... $15 e -tat oles ...... I Disthit r ce e.............. 1 Ward oer.. ............ . 5 Term-Cash in advanoe. ROBERTSON ELECTED. p The special eletion for Coa- I nrMea paemed off quietly last Ta sday, and although a very small eate was poll, Hon. . U. Bob-. .rtsen was selted by about 5000 e majority. is The voteia this parish was as hIllows: Robserteo 885. Yoist. 71. Pro meeting will eom meees est Friday at the Method ist Churc...

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. — 5 November 1887

JO L Pt. &usmuy *aurr.t COVINGTON. LA.. Nov5,loT La. saeoad-elans matter. &imal Journal of SL Tamnuai Parliah. - , S. V. Ke..uei.... Propst w ress. ISSU D EVEUT SATURDAY isomP., oen tar............. a Oaesepy id mouths. ........... I 06 % knee*e drop 15,0.. ... mte CLUBBING ARRANGEMENT AND PREMIUM. We will Used the WaLY Pace ruas or the WrsLT Tm5s-DE..* ms and Sr. Tamxar Faxsa ",.. year, to any addraes, for $2 5Li payable in advance. All pai4 up subscrilber of ath, Fiarsa are presented with a mnl*, of Dr. Kedall's eelebratelI "TcTre Se on the Horse and His Disease. A most valsubl book. NEWSPAPER LAWS AND REGULATIONS. L Sbsebmribers, who do not itie emreis motice to the aoutrary, are eomsidered as wishing to oottiun, their subseription. 2. If subecribers order the dis eatinamace of their perit..icla.. the publisher may continue to send 4bre utal at arrearag.s are paid. 3. If asteeribers neglect or re fuse to take their periodicale ftro, the oees to which they are direct ed, 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. — 5 November 1887

Pt. tammaqtjum t" VID To .- ., AlRTisTI TABLE-WARl. amans a see m .t t m m te.. or w Tet Demasi. Cups ad cers areshbm al .nhite variety chraps.@, car ad draig.. The bowl-shaped cap is pdersd by may of the best a.trities, while others bchoose those that have amost straight Aides. Especial attention is gives to after-dinnamer cups. They are to be Boued in almost eversy laginable shape. and with all sorts o quaint anad fanciful sugestlos form addecora Lion. Shelbdhaped saucers have eup following the idea of the shel s nearly a poseihle the handles being Ia the otm of smaller shells of various sorts. A popular handle is a pair of buttsrl wings very slightly spread. resaed handles are popular, and although n,t a novelty. are seen upon some of the anest of the new deigsd. Some handles appear like aforked or Irregular branches of trees. They are cut quarely o having little proje.tiag twigs very od-looking and pretty. hlmere are lo mps and scers with raised eamel, and Sae vine petera that a...

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. — 12 November 1887

ZI ammnang farmer. "The Blesinage of Governmuent, Like the Dews from Hesaven, Sheuld Deecead Alike upee the Bil sad the Feer." WV.. . KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 12, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 46.. REGRET. e m sme esadws infing lro. the far of kty heightt, I can Lear sweet voices eslluag 'hroegh the soute of sight; less ear a "mever! aeer" Ia over the years or Tae. AML I know I have lest forever The Joys or a hope sabhim. The days ow aon like a iver, And our joM like Mlakes of 5mow, Siak down and ase lost forever In the wild, tUaultnoss fow; CULhood begis LUe'a story, - The Man neds oenlyltsares. Lad Ago, bowed low sad boary, omplemtes It with sorrow and tears. O voices sweet and olden, 0 hads that I clasped of yore, Coe back i the twilight golden, Let me feel your spell as o yore! O voices of life, that are sleeping Where s alene hag broodig yet. Come forth as the sonad of our weepag Come back at our song of regret Peee to the WNld -p a .:l ! Le the lp p...

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. — 12 November 1887

B3mttla~ . aO.. t arish . Mrs. S. V. Kentsi... .Proprietree. W. G.K e ..e........B.itor. WEATHER BEPORT 1Tor t past wek, endig Nov. 10. IMt Max Min. Nov. 4 ........................ a a 5 ........................ 73 43 4........................ 87 44 7................. 0..... s 8.... .................. 59 1...... ................ 71 61 1 ........................ 71 a ALEX. BAND. Ob.erer. Mandeville Station. La. Mrs. Quave, wiet of J. H. Quary. died last Sunday and was buried in Covington ioaday evening. Cotton contimaes to come in t a lively rate, and the recipts of new molasma are increasing. Re. B Uev. Ellis is holding pro tracted meeting at the Methodist Church, assisted by Rev. Marcy Lyoes. of New Orleus. We are reliably informed that the railroad will be eompleted sad trains reaning to the 'red bill,"op. posits Ooviagton, within U days. Marshal Delion is ready to rs eeve corporation taxes for this year. He will mon make his rounds and all should be ready to pay up. Is there haun...

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. — 12 November 1887

o io1ito . LA.. No, 12. 7. b,.,,,,d me, ee , . C.,.l--m la., b. so.d.elms mott. Osial Jurnal of It. ya Parish. Mrs. . V. estael... .PoprWroem W.G. s el .......... Editor ISSURD EVERT SATURDAY ias*p;. eam yer..............s a O8 oopy ei aelmha. ........... I. Oa oy threo mthe . .......... S OLUBBING ARRANGEMENT AND PREMIUM. We will send the WasmWr Pica ran or the WaLsr T.ma-Dou ema and Sr. Tanaur Fauam one year. to any addres, for $2 ,0 payable is advance. All pail4 p eubeeribere of th Fanmm are preeted with a copy of Dr. Kesarl eelebratmI "Treat ea on the Horne mad HisDismea's A maeatmraable book. NEWSPAPER LAWS AND REGULATIONb. L Sebuberir who do not give ~rep mootie to the seotrary, are eoaeidered a wishing to eoetiNe their ebeoription I. If atmoribeer order the dis eoetimsamae of their periodisalk the publisher y contime to seod them umtil l arrurregsm er paid. 3. If eubeeribers egleet or re fme to take their periodicals from theo de to which they are direct ed, they are held rpo...

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. — 12 November 1887

Pt. taaman 3_amr. S W1. G. ErMLrE. ElAee COVINGTO.. - LOUISIANA. THE CHIEWING.QUl FAD ses, Wamen mue q s Umabnms taus r 2e% me s PeuamaN. Few people have any realisatio of the large interestsinavolved in the man ufacture of chewing-gum, or of the ex tent to which it is habitually used. They know that children love the sticky morsel that keeps their jaws in motion, but the extent to which their elders indulge a similar fondness is generally unsuspected. Women are not proof against the seductions of the penny package, and hosts of men, who hide the little wad when threatened with discovery, are wont to slip their small change in the hands of boyish venders of tole and paralse delights. Such is the testimony of dealers,. whose assertion Sads occasional proof in the observations of every one. Chew ing women may be seen in stores, on street cars, and even on the promenade. They are so addicted to the habit that even in public they can not forsake its exercise. But these areexceptional de...

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. — 19 November 1887

t. &amnanap armer. "The Bleasings of Governrent, Like the Dews fruom Hevae, 8hould Deseead Alike upee the lik asad the Peer." W. (1. KENTZEL, Editor. ('OVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 19, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 47. 9 • mm i- u- l -- mumail•n au ot am • • mIa ni l a i i• A CHILD'S IDEA OF DEATH. As lb bad, benhe fbom Its stem. will decay, -S white, was and drooping a dying boy lay. With a -oreway, questio.ing look in his eyes, LA though he ' mveil the mysterious skies. PIr a moment he lay I. that stilness that brnmg he wuts approach of the rustling of wiags: n. suddeay, restig with short, gasping e said to is mother: "Mamma. what is deaths? She stiled the sob and the sharp. eruet palt The question evoked: but how to explatn. Who death stood beside her just waiting to grasp With pitiless lagers her child rom her clasp? But noting his saxiously listenintag sta. She smothered her agny, hid her despair: ad thinking to shield him from death's rade She teaderty clasped him as...

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. — 19 November 1887

Pt. Wau aq garctr. . i.o.NoT LL. No r l9, UI?. aerd t Lbe Postofee at Coeielo. lt., .a s.ooad-elas matter. il Journal of St. Tammany Parish. WEATHER REPORT For the pt week, ending Nov. 7. 1887: Tempeature. Max Man. NWev. 11 .......1........... . 66 40 Il ................ .....0 39 IS ........................ is 42 S................. ....... is 41 6is....................... 71 O 16....................... 7I s0 17....................... 7R 65 kALX. BIND, Observer, Mandeville Station, La. Work on the rauilrad is progress lg, and it will soon be here. The Parish Democratic xecu tive Committee will meet at the Courthouse to-day. Pre.rated meeting closed Thur. day night. There were about nine eeessioms to the church. Alderman J. Peehom's yeuagest s arrived home on the th inst. A committee of reeption was on haud to welcome him. Bee Cmor.- r. J. K. Allison, the Prsident of the Police Jury, in erems as that be has raised 800 buels of sweet potatoes to the sre, this year. Who a beastthis? Dr...

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. — 19 November 1887

mt. wammaut *armr. oYINOTeS. L. Now IO, tesi. aaed a h shaies.. at C.lmtsm, La., a. smed-elhes mueat. Parish. Mrs. 8. V. Kented.... Proapiette.. ,W. G. Ketms.l .........E.ator ISSUED EVERY RATURDAY Ins *v veeer .... .......... on One espy ais meathe ......... I 0 One epy Stras meath.a ..... . 5 CLUBBING ARRANGEMENT AND PREMIUM. We will send the Wssn Pca. mwns or the Ws&tr TmrsDamo enav and Sr. Tanuamr Fasa one year, to any address, for $ 50, payable is advace. All pi4 aup subeeribers of the Fanu are pressnted with a eopy of Dr. i.ars ll elebratld -Treat ies on the Honre ad His Diseases.' A toost .eiable book. INWSPAPER LAWS AND BEGULATIONS L Sabseribehs who do act give expres notieo to the eoutrary, ar coasidered a. wishing to coutinue their sabscription. 2. If tbeorilmers order the din eoostinansoe of their periodicals, the publisher msy oontinue to send the umd ail a armr(g ar paid. 5. If sabciribers neglect or re fem to take their periodicals froi the doe to which they are di...

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. — 19 November 1887

It.L amman garu.. W. 0. KEEUEL, ialter. lVINGT4.. - A)UISIANA. A QOOOLY HERITAOE. Whlr Oes an a l ra.m s msM Yme to IesJ Is. There has been a vast icrease ia con tenariass of late. Formerly a person who reached the age of one hundred years was a rare curiosity; now there is harily a county in 'the country that au not beast its centenarian. As sminent German physiologist main ains that there is really a hundred -ears' wear in every healthy human organism, and that all persoas who die before their first century is completed fill untimely graves. According to this theory (which we will not stop to xasmine too closely). every person who dies before he teaches the centen aial mile-post tempts his fate by rough and improper usage, and unnecessary wear and tear. But. at any rate, the longevity of the race is undoubtedly being very rapidly nereased by the increased conformity o hygienie laws, and by modern ap liances of comfort ad cleanliness. It has been too much the habit of old en I, glo...

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. — 26 November 1887

_ _1._& mman g farmer. "The Bleigs of Government, MIke the Dews hfoa Hean, Shld Deed D Alike upo the R isahd A eer r cs t / e' W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA.,W VOL II-NO. ALICE. HDw ekar~irg was her presence with s8 How a she was In all her words sad ways. Her life was like the purest atmospher f radisat pesaad tranquiLcloudle days. Aud allthaigs lovely were beloved of her, The fair. glad world of Iowere, and sold and tree; ive seen her gaze, like some rapt worshiper, rpo the moonlit sky or suaset s There by the sea: Twasl there she dwelt awhile With kindred hearts, w.tL muise, mirth sad - Imoke.. Her brow bad never space for frowns. Her smile Was belautiful with "suahlai of sweet looks." And she is gone: not ever say more May mortals know her bright companloe ship: Nor rarthly mournirn shall again restore Light to her eye or laguage to her ltps. y,. she is gone! The eveneng light shall shine. The waves repeat their murmurs on the shore, But she who wa...

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. — 26 November 1887

St. Samman, armtr. OVINGTON. LIA.. Nov 26., l8$7. WEATHER REPORT Far the past week, onding Nov. 34. 1887: Temnperatnre. LMAx Min. N-r. 1 ........................ ;,4 5,i 19............... ........ 44 * U ....................... 16 37 S1 ....................... 51 28 U ....... ...... ........ as S....................... 75 .......... ............ 76 'l8 ALEX. BAND. Observer. Mandeville Station, La. Pork and cold weather Oam. in together. Our msubscription list is steadily Cotton and molasses continue to emes in freely. The grinding season is about ver isa this parish. An oysterman would find a good epening in Covington. The first ice of the season occur red last Sunday night, the 20th issL The railroad is s!owly but surely approsching. The graders are less than two miles away. This editor was 40 years old last Wednesday. the 23d inst., and 27 years in the printing haiiness. Are there any candidates in this parish ? Or are they too modest to publish their announcements ? Election tick...

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. — 26 November 1887

9it. &mmag *arur. .OVN'Irox. i.. Nov 26. l#7. latseed La te Potoee at Cida .o LA., m.o eoend-.ees matter. aal Joarmal of St. jTamma Parish. Mr. S. V. Keatasl... .Propristees. W.0.Keatul ........... Elit. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY )ieoPy, oo Tear .... ......... uo Ome p els Maths. ........... 10 OneSpy tbre mat..i........... 5 CLUBBING ARRANGEMENT AND PREMIUM. We will used tho Wsss.r Pcac rusm or thebo WmL Tram-DEmo mar and Sr. Tamsra Falma ome year, to say addres, for 5S0, payable is advase. All paid p wabermibms of the Fasa are premsted with * oopy of Dr. Kemdal's celebrated Trseat ie the Hoarsem ad his Dieases.' A mos valmble hook. INWSPAPER LAWS AND REGULATION8. L Sebeiribes, who do mot give spewn. moties to the eetrary, are eomidered as wishng to continue their mlrpnion. t. If smeribers order the die. contiuaee of their periodicals the pmblibher msay eoetime to ,med these atit all aesrage are paid. . Ifemburiers estet or e fa to take their periodlia from th esee to which they ar...

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. — 26 November 1887

St. ammanug amr. W. G. KEN EL. Editer. COVINX(;Teo. . t JUIS[IANA. TONS OF HAIR-PINS. The one Imtrme..at Whichl Wastm(' C:r eI' with left I em aMnd Assnraamc. "Hlow many hair-pins does a la'ly wear in a year?' repelwated a cler' on Woodlwanr avenue with a smile. *'Well. that just depends on how many she loses. Many ladies sow their hair-pins as thley go, while others are so careful that they I.muse only o,n.. box a year. Then. too. it just diepe'nds- on how mnane daugt-hters one has-. We sell hundreds of Imunds ae sc:r -that is of t he plain kindis. We've s 'en the timn when we coull pretty inarly pay our rent out of our hair-pin trade, but sinec these fancy hair-pins have come into style that could not Ih, done. Thetn. to,, this fad o,f shingling off the back hair makes a dliffirence. One can't wear pins. Von see. in short hair. and with the hair drawn tip on top one doesn't need s: man." •*"We Ihnv our hair-pins." said an other dlealr, "*by the hundred-weight. and sellagrossadav. ...

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. — 3 December 1887
Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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