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Page 2 [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
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 December 1887

V T..il... . I |mi c L i, iii7 at the Postole at iLorKgton, la., .. seeoand-alss matter. Journal of HL. T mantualn S. V. Koesil... .Prepaletres. .O. Ketasl ......... Elitor BD EVERY SITURDAY *epy. 0ae rear.... .......... rn s!py i mltb... .......... I ( u p tre. moithk r........ S ANNOUNCEMENTS. S'For the infomrmltion of can'i i for the various omces, we wil i that or charg'i for pulbli.l-. annoulnc.ment are as follows: Congr es............... $1: officers................ I' iM Sru ............ 10 srdofficers ............... Terans---Gah in a..I . UBB[NG ARRtN(i MENT S AND PREUlIUM. We will sed thie -WE[EL Pic. -t or the WVm..r Ta'ts DEN,, and ST. TAmNTrn F.sFv.au . Sto any addree, for $2 50, ab!e in advanes.. All pai4 ap subscrihewm ,f Ithe sams amre preatfedl with m e..iy Dr. Kendall's celebratel 'TrcIt osn th. q His Disas.es' NEWSPAPER L IWqS AND ] I ULATIONS. I .abseribers, who do not iave notice to the contlr.ry, are as wishipg to cottinue smbscription. S. If subseribers order ...

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. — 3 December 1887

t O~INGTO%; L .. Dee. 3t I88?. WRITEUR RUFORT For e et week. om lu Dec., 1.t 16S et: r~ ah 1..887: .639 R . 4& Miaional.. 40.27. au. 6.9........ M.m.... 41.3 M.umbo raiay days 1. TOl u=in A1661. II 1RD. Observer. Iiaa./Ivamle Station. La. HALF SHEET. Our aspply of popar has mot ye arrived, although it left St. Loir. i on the stemer Paris C. Brown, on the 9th of November--uarly four weekso ago--conseq.mtly we are .ompelld to iuoe a half heeut this Tekl '**yrp of Life Everlasting" for coughs and colds. See adver tisemet. We eal athtntio. to the advr tisement of Mr. Adolph Bueae drW, in another column. Mr. W. B. Thompson, of Lewi- I bag, has a steam egine and boiler for sale. if sevsrtismentl Iauti.s tiekets. oar' or 'against' liesute I the Second Ward can he ' pIeumnd at this oe coheap for a Mass meetings will e hoeld in all the wards to-day, for the purpome f eleeti.g delegates to the Parish covaentionm which wil meet atihe Courthouse neat Saturday. Mr. C. I Smith and family have...

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. — 10 December 1887

t. a l r' - ' "The llesaings of Covecnment, Like the Dewn from Heaves, Should Descend Alike njom the lick and the Por" . W. (I. KENTZEL, Editor. CO()VINGTC))N, ST. TAMMANY PARISil , LA., DECEMBER .10,'18a7. VOL XI.I.-N1 . 50. ADVERTISE WELL. Asertlse wellt! ta the secret of glory-stick to this principle fast a leech : Thake of the sames that are famous t satory; adveriee well is the lesson they tach. Mow hae mean eempased so wide a eaueertion, made the wortl swallow their nostrans a wilt a T. thatsy em"mes ad tasns s beaies ad vertim we s the pritelpe still Advertiseen ! y0 will mever repelt it; woth leg more wie can a busines ma do. Sthir; tothi mettoasnedwarsgetis; aedvertise weil-t wim p pan es. sth egh. Advertise well: do set think what twln cost ypom publishers bills are but friends is dms orm do 4oe knew what erastanee has lst .es! Weoud vo be wealthy yos must ad verttme Advertise well! though business be wasting: these who spend frnest mt win i the eand. Vp and be ,doing so n...

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. — 10 December 1887

:VvINGTOX' LA.. Dis l. 0Ist. m the as Puk' s L t. ....e ..d ..-e m. Parish. Mr S. V. Keao el....Prophaseu. W.. Atee ........ i..B.Io ISSUED EVERYT SATURDAY ea)O T. omeyear.... ...........s6s ODecpy als oate. .. ........... 1 00 Ome*y three ths m ........... a AnJ ouncements. For SlerSlf. We a. a.tboerisd t* musel W. . CIOK, As a slkts I .t . L sdt .Uhurleof wt. Tmmmy Pri~h., 4os t t e .aim et the Dams..... t Os. aties. WEATHER REPORT For the pat week, -di o D. 4 115?: ea. :........................ a at 3........................ 71 4........................ 4 6 5........................ a W 7 ........................ 1 i........... .......... S O MIm temprpsnm.s-M-ieams T115; aiaiamu. 5.1. ALlX. BAND. Observer, Memdevila Station. Ls. We had as abeadme of rain this wk. New a eolsse eotiames to ar ii.e. moedy or shipuest to the The rseod of tho weather for November wil hi fod in saothber odemn.. Cotlom matime. to soen im at a ulively a. Albot o0 hales ar-. true this week A pesiesl deil...

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. — 10 December 1887

Pt. &fuRg Aarmr. OVING oX. L&.. Dec 10.o. pf8. Ensrwed at the PtotooMte s (lorTutl, La., a. uecond-clawq maurer. .O(Mcial Journal of St. Tammany Parish. Mrs. S. V. Keutsel..... Propietrers. W.O. Kentl -.......... Editor. ISSUED RVERY SATIUII)AY m ***Pv. oe. ywar ............ o1 One0 opy ai meatemi. ........... 1 00 .eeo, threu o muth........... 50 TO HOMESTgAD SEL'TLERS. Porsoss imtediag to make fnal proo! i support of their claim, are required to produce an affidavit fres the prister. showing that the -oties has bees published six weeks is wueemsion. The aflidavit cla be ebtahied by calling at the FaR •as olle and paying for the ad. rertiseemet. 9ageo111Non of Patriek Welch. The Ste of 1sisiaus, Parish of St. Tammany-eighteesth Judicial Dia triet court-No. 960. Whereas. Esile Welch has peti tionedthe eortfaot letters of adnminis tratieo am the estate of the late Patrick Welch and Martha Welch, his wife, de Notice is hereby gives, to all whom it may emcern, to show cause, wi...

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. — 10 December 1887

Pt. Zamaaq faya. C DINGTJ.. - WUISIANA. ART OF TEA-TASTING. & m ses ia Usque am ais Les Reies ame a assessmr C.Ylt U This i stares down from a large warehouse in Front street: TeSa tarBc aSW!, ........ T. ... ......s .... ........ It is a coamon enough sign in lou dton. where the business of tea-tasting is important and widespread. Brown. Jones & Smith Lave in their place of business a :ittle low table paved with porelain saucers that old many varietie of tea, a stove whereon a bright onpper kettle sings merrily, two desks and a few chairs. A young man in chare brewed a cup of what the re porter at once pronounced to be a good anglish breakfast tea. but which was In reality a inferior quality of ion "The arrival of the professional tea taser in America," said the young I man, "is of comparatively recent date. sad we are consequently very few. laying aside all thought of malt I liquors, tea may be said to be the I national bererage tf the Englishman. and there is perhaps no p...

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. — 17 December 1887

__ _. &nimaup farmer. S- The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from avea, Skold Deeoed Alike upo the Ric sad the Poer" W. (3. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., DECEMBER 17, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 6. EVER TRUE. Jaye"a at heart as a summer day A lasmie stands by the meadow way. had looks at a face that is very dear, Aad wonders is words that know aethlag 04 fear "Wall you be true, love! will you be true? Will you love me as I love you! Will love grow stronger as years roll ea, had be truest when youth aM beauty have gone! Will you be tree. love? will you be true!" Joyous at heart ea their wedding-more Huasand and wife walk home through the cors, And eeah seems to hear the old time snag As, had Ias head, they wander aleas: "Will you be tree, love! will you be trme? Will you love me as I love you' Will love grow stronger as years roll en, And be truest when youth sad beauty have gone? Will you be true, love? will you be true?" Joyous at heart when their hair is...

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 December 1887

Pt. &uma ~rnan. t.ýOVI?4TOX. LA., Dec 17, 18837. Zamu,4 at the Postomce at Covimgton, IA..,s b eeosd-class mnater. Oluial Journal of St. Tammauy Parish. Mrs. . V. Keatmil.... .Proprietresm. W. 0. KoutasI ...... Editor. ;PSUKD EVERY 8ATUnDAY imeoupY. eO Tau.... St....$ 00 One .. aim weal. ...... 1 00 A,*A wouncementF. I. PFr Shei1S" We we autherlaid to eamaosee W. IL COOK, Agae emIdete for the oSee of Sherif of r, ummmy Paiesh, sabject to the sienl of the Deadeeatle Convention. WRATHER REPORT For the peai week, ending Dec 15. 1887.. Des. Tempersture. Ma: Min. g....................... 66 51 11....................... 61 46 1................ .. .... 4S .......................6 42 14 .. . 60...50. san htmperatwre-.MMaEnu fib; amsluman. 4.4. ALEX. BAND. Observe. Mandeville Station. La. *iiii eakes will soon be ripe (ottoe wagons continue to roll in at a lively rate. Wi.e begie s next Wednesday. the S2at inst.. which is also the shortest day in the ysar. Elhetion tickets. 'for' or 'aga...

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. — 17 December 1887

L a,ý IAeco d-class after. i JIarul of &t Tapmaaaa Parish. trn &~ V. K..taeA .... .Propdelerem. G. LOKnIa.I Editor. AMCD VEY SATURDAY . Jas .pr. one yeart. .......i . Oas. epy six month. ...... 1 00 v)ate~pythree nhon..e........... 50 NEWBPAPEB LAWS AND REGULATIONS. L Subscribers, who do not give ezprevs notice to the contrary, are coneidered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. It subscribers order the dis enotinaance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send -them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or re fuse to take their periodicals from the ofce to which they are direct e4, they are held responsible until *they have settled their bills, and them discontinued. d. subscribers remove to other saes, without informing the publisher, and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. 5. The courts have decided that "refusing to take periodicals from the office, or removing or leaving them uncalled for," is...

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. — 17 December 1887

,t. 1.MR3 U!l cVINrlx) A. - WUISIAEL BAHAMA TREASUREWt Samea ---a - eta se-deme **r ow n a masset ofedo The litte party of biologists seat eot by the Universtly of Pueausylvaals to .ale investigations and researches have raternea with abundance of glary and several boxes. tubs and teaks fall of earious specimens. The primary purpose of th jaunt was to give the party -a opportunity todeterminea upon the Bahaeas as the site of a biological mariae statios that the university de sires to establish and hopes to have in esostence within three years. It already basseemderable had for that purpose. The reshleace of the party daring their stay was at a comfortable house three mdles frem Nassau, almost on the water's edge. They lived in comma noly, each member taklag chargeof Use m-n in tern. The cost was extremely modest. The men went to work at eoee, taking advantage of such assist ames as the people roundabout could afted. A young boatman and diver named Brown was found to be of great use,...

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. — 24 December 1887

"The Ble-sings of Government. Like the Dews from H Bmwt4lwead Alike upon the Rich and the Peer." W. Gt. KENTZEL, Editor. ('OVINUTON, ST. TAMMANY 1RISH, LA., DECEMBER 24, 1887. VOL. XIII.-NO. 52. HOME-SICKNES.. %1s busy house is hasehed i sleep! I listen to the taeets ebeep." While easy shadows nlerty creep Across the whitewashed wall. Alone I slt-eg from f bed bhe Night erowna Day wit grace. instead Of burdened brais and busye ted. Aed ahe..a Slsn isL Its al The wind sighs. murmwar mid the leaves alet, happy palse thet barely grieves Their balmy rest! Rats setly weaves Its preecios conasl. Thea. with home vbisons crowding fast, My sleepless coach I seek at last. The midnight bour is speeding past; I list its taint ootfall. wift. anxious thoughts, which bansh sleep Ia nameless dread, their vigils keep. O, ye asar: Rest yea-er weep? Regful tears fast fanll 0, sptesadg thestat :--adl vie Dear buman voices, sad the whimn Of petted brutes. for thee I pine To see aed hear thee all! -Lydis...

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. — 24 December 1887

St. amma (ananrmr. OVuINGTON. LA.. Dec 24, 18b7. gater.l at the Poetomee at Covington, La., . seeond-class matter. Oecial Journal of St. Tammsay Parish. Mrs. S. V. Kentsel....Proprietress. W. G. Kentael ......... .Editor. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY )Je opT. one year.... ..........S 0l Oae oopy six month. ............ 00 O)mecopy three months............ 50 Aunnouncements. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce W. B. COOK, As a eandidate for the omce of Sheriff of St. Tammany Parish. subject to the action of the Democratic Convention. WEATHER REPORT For the pest week, ending Dec. 22. 1887: Dec. Temperature Max Iin. 16...................... 55 45 17....................... 48 40 18.......................7 39 19........................ 40 43 .. ....................... 62 51 1........................ 38 34 3 ........................ 36 30 Mean temperature-Maximam 50.6; minimum. 40.4. ALEX. B(ND, Observer. M]Iodeville Station. La. Election tickets. 'for' or 'against' license 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 December 1887

St. Irauraj at r r. ;OVINGTON La.. Dee 24, 188W7. nreed at the Postoel1e at Oovington, L*., a seeood-c.ia, matter. Ofeial Journal of St. Tammany Parish. Mrs. S . V Keatsl... .Propretress. W.O. Kemsel ............ Editor. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY ioep.o ooe sr s..............sY OJ One sopy ais mouth. ........... 1 00 Oae.epj three mouth........... s0 ELECTION NOTICE. Whereas, At a meeting of the Po ies Jury of St. Tammany Parish. SItae of ~Louaisis, held at the (Courthose, in Covington. La., on Saturday, Nov 19, 1887, a petition of citises of the Second Ward, PNrish and State aoresaid, was granted, praying for the privilege of voting fo or against the sale of intozieatieg liquors in the eaid Second Ward Now, therefor, I, J. M. Allison. President of the Police Jury of St T'mmany Parish, La.. by virtue of the power vested in me by law, do hereby imaos this my proclamation. ordering that an election be held at the usual polling p1hon, BlackweHl' Mill. in the .decod Ward, Parish and State a...

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 December 1887

W. . . KEra . mer. --VINGTOX'. - LOUISIANA. STOOPING FORWARD. Aeleo te he Usedo n ea ia a.e Every one knows that stooping lor ward, particularly after rising quikly from the bed in the morning, when the stomachis empty and the heart hasless than ordinary support from the viseera below the diaphragm, is very apt to occasion a form of faintaess with ver tigo, not unlike that which occurs in sea-sicknera. We do not at the moment speak of the faintness and giddiness from cerebral amnmia, which are di rectly consequent upon suddenly assum ing the erect, after long continuing in the recumbent posture, butof the more alarming sensation of being in the cen ter of objects which are rapidly passing away, usually from left to right, with loss of power to stand or even sit, anad an almost nightmare feeling of inability to call for help or do anay thing to aver a catastrophe, while throughout the experienoc the sufferer retains pain fully acute consciousness. This, we say. is familiar as one at ...

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. — 7 January 1888

"The Blemmingp of Govenameint, Like the Dews frem Havm, Deeoead Alike upsn the Nisk ad lthe Peer." W. G. KEITZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PA SH, LA., JANUARY 7, 1888. VOL XIV.- ,O 2. A V AlS 801110W. ýoa nss a rpsm we assment ee; "0. -hur" is aM. " ilsa mea;! I eol wespwL I mftk hw sn 's wa bme "' lekst ' am, smail et s 5e! W I.g wr a r ms.' l ma Iseny ea~. l , tL ssly, m - Msm: ItU Lsa bmn54. sm sm l ilmlla bhru wf . a t Ifs n_ S Tea fr. a t d.: ITlre im ela drll 9 o sebMrbýeA es . Di's anagm had'iugt a te m- at ,, k pea.r ag agar maf ,,,urst mar ) - lbSS5~ , e.s: W hemegaemsow eems a ewtbw e on the r sSs surf 110nseesor seeagemes"see ta; as a9wb sl ummoa. msssxam' abs Yt ebetwass appsaleem; Tar ]lelhgt w.a gg a .e sw tass. oMa; if ta is we. Ws ss." M task sse hum " mer w sf b Pt. eAi a nb" fur a o SM a attsr " -bly aaekt bu yor pearls to day." Ply atheriori eooked up Iy from the jeweler's case she was ove. anmd saw Mr. MellDwalae Mamdig at her side. "Why shaubia's I buy to-...

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. — 7 January 1888

L. &ammanq atlam COVIN'TOSX LA.. Ja 7. l$88$ Eatered at the Poetolee at Coringon, La., ~ second-class matter. Oilcial Journal of St. Tammany Parish. Mrs. S. V. Kentzel.... Proprletres. W. G. Kentel ..........Editor. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY ).eeopy. one year... .......... 00 One copy sir sanths. ........... 1 00 Onecopy three monlths.......... 50 Announcements. For SheriS. We are authorised to announce W. B. B. O)K, As a eandidate for the ooee of M8ar of St. Tammany Parish, sabject to the action of the Democratic Ooavetle.oa WEATHER REPORT For the pest 2 weeks ending Ja. 5.1888: Dee. Ma. Kas. 13....................... M 37 4 ....................... 45 3 5..................... .46 S.... ................. 5 36 s1........................ es ra 1....................... . - ................ s ........................ 58 3 5...................... 75 m6 Mean tempermue-Maximum 56.15; minimum, 39.10. Mean temperature'lfr December-a muman, 58.T. Minimum. 45. Nlumbe of rainy days, IL Total ra...

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. — 7 January 1888

t. iauueaq . ANNOUNCEIENT L For the inf.weation of ea.'i date for the various ooss, we will state that or bcharges for publish. img anuouneemets are as follows: For Oonremes....... ........ 8tees oboss ................ 1 Distrist e ears............ 10 Parish oeers......... .... 8 Ward odeen ................ 5 Terms-CBa. in dvuacse TO HOMESTHAD SNTL=EB. Pesýa n tsesigg to make aanl proof is srpport of their elsiem ae requjled to grodaee as idavlt from the printr rheoa that the soee has bees pai Il weeks _i esecasieo. Thei a.As. can be btoieby .bealll at tim Faa. m Me soea paying for the ad OLUBB[NG ABRR&NGEMENT AND PREMIUM. We will send the Wrsar Paet.. uans or the Wmi.t T -ns-Dumo. ar sand Sy. Tamrwr Fassa one ye.rm to any address for $2 50, payable in advance. All paid ap subsaribers of the sFau ar, e preeoted with a copy of Dr. KeJadl' celebrated "Treat. 4 ir o the .Horse and ie Disseae's. A soet valabllebook. I NEWSP(PER LAWS AND REGULATIONI . 1. Seb'ribers, whbo do not give ...

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. — 7 January 1888

.V w.r .m u. inuae. i. OTjINGTON. - IWUIS(AML ASIATIC CHOLERA. .O iaemsor ms blrG ea me anew w Gewes Ave R inSe. The 'll ist symptoms o Asiatic cholera is a mild diarrhea, with or without vomiting. The patient is likely to feel nvigorated, as if purged by medicine, and many go abost with little or no signofsickess. In two or three days there s a violent explosion of the disease. Ina few hours the patient may be ia as almost helpless condition. In the early stages the patient may at tend to usual avocations, thus sowing I or spreadlig the germs of the disease ase ina any places. The germs are con .salad in the disharges from the stomach and boweds, sad also probablyl from those of the kideys. The pos- t sibilities ad even the probabilities are t that every thing the patient handles - will become contamisated anad danger- J am. A piece of bread handled or i broken by such person and eaten by a another will probably eaase sa attack; t fruit, cake, say thing--ia cholera times fruit and ...

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. — 14 January 1888

The Blessings of Goversment, Like the Dews from I Sheold Descend Alike upo" the Viok sad the Poor." W, Q. IENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY ARISH, LA., JANUARY 14, 1888. VOL. XIV.-NO. . 1-SPy. nee ugwaise apeft teugh ar e Wihte su**alightgage through, f an mad - the rule ones there, Tal they biush wish a nsier bee. Tim ehtidra dear are -nneted in Eadth sand lanch and Cluir Whee vucese rang out wish a joeyus shout. JUNs alder ay wimiow. sie where a ther ytga ye( "Iy" 0'3e0hey, smeakey-betse of beer Hlew nomay Mkeys aue there here Osa. two, three! NW e ne Who will the luckli inwhky be." weset Mule, dear lite, imnocent oue, Whea yeu've lived as long as L yoTU saed. beyond doubt, a wow t de to paint out An monakeys, although oue may spr. -BNrrit Treediae lTey, is Gooed Hs esel.ui4 PEASANT AND KING. Row the Latter Was Made Known to tme oawr. One day in the far-away years of the sixteenth century, when Paris was not as third as layze nor half as beautiful as it is ,K 6i~Ae French co...

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