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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 January 1888

SPt.xu faiin ;racrm. 'JOVINGTON.LA.. Jan. 4t. lISM. EmtetriI at the Poit,)ce at Covington, La., uN geeconl-claws matte.i Offcial Journual of St. Ternzuatay Parish. Mri.S. V. Kentzet.... .Proprlrtresa. W. G. KentasI .. Eitor. ISSUED EVERY f4ATURDY )ne oopv. one rear .. ....l0 Oau .opy airneautlts ...... I 00 One aopy three meon th...... 501 Announcement"i. For SheriE We arne authorised to announce W. B. VOOK., As a eeadidate fqr the ofce of Sheriff of IL Themn any Pariah,, subject to the selsse of the Democrtic Convention. WEATHER REPORT For the past week, ending Jan. 11.1868: ans. Temperaturn Max min. Range 6.................... 74 4 4 10 7................... 71 63 8 8................... 74 63 11 1....... ............ 64 4 4 10 Is.................... 52 41 11 1 1................... 52 41 11 IL............... 7044 26 Mean teenperature-Maxlmam 65.1; minim.., 52.6; range, 11.3. ALEX. BAND, Observer. Mandeville Station, La. Fresh Bologna sausage at pmith A Tableyk. The days are lengthen...

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. — 14 January 1888

Sm.auum arit Parish. w&. 0 . Yew"... . i'eJpietw. N3WSPAPER LIWS AND 1. 8ubteri'beu whe do nct gsw exprew moies to the seekrry, ane coseiJered as wishing to 4etisqe their seeripies. 2. If emberhmre order tbe die esetiessmes of their periodieslm, the publisher .s welseses to sand them pali an arresegis ar. paid. 8 If esmubribers meghsot or re emo to take their peroedicals freme the oMe. to whisk they are direst ed, they ae held mepeseible antil they have setled their belle, and ordered tho e1sas... .. 4. If eesaerlbers semove to other plae4 without mntepint the publisher. aid Me ppqee .set to the former 4mdise , tey ae heId r L The eirto have deeided that "reeesing to tab peeiedijleu from the ones, or sruming or leaving thim eeealled hor," is prim facie evidemes of intseded eest & Any peruim who gesives a uewepaper and meae ae. of it, whther e lh~ horderel4 l r not, is held is law to be. easbserlher. T. U setmeribees pay in abeuse. they se boued to pe.rties to tUe p oisher. o...

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. — 14 January 1888

St. Iaumaa m COVINGTO 1. -LOUISIAAS. CAUSES OF LOcKjAW. WVemse M the UMiy aet Usmems Unmeyee toe b Tweeumtms. Old residents on Long Island are aware that a greater number of per soas in proportion to the inhabitants die of trismus and tetanus there than is any other part of the State or of the United States. This is particularly true of the eastern towns and villages. Visitors are astonished at the concern aniaflested over a slight cut, bruise or incision that would be almost unnoticed elsewhere. Cautions regarding cold after as injury seem to them super uona, but the natives know better, and dread lockjaw because they have seen so many cases of the disease, In many instances in their own families. Its prevalence is accounted for by the climate and other influential causes which predispose the system to it. and it is a noticeable faet that animals, particularly bones, are as much sub jeat to It as human beings. Although tetanus is not always fatal, it invaria bly leaves the systems ...

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. — 21 January 1888

0*. &nmmanp armer. "The Bleaings of Goverameat, Like the Dews from leave, ed Duead Alike U s.e i sj l ed pe,w W. G. KENTI.L, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY P RISH, LA., MBER- 3, 188' . VOL. XIV.--NO. HOME CALLS, 0 0MA M b n g l be ll w o l An b p Uinal3r w fie bvbftn telasw! A.k, beeyr MN awl Ilam; fiessat amy lame pa AM ImbM IM bMlmb swde wMlwMM wefss wsysw istk~ -'-' r T. the unti wibs bee tibmiie Thsvmas~ lammsgu AM wasm - gstes: ''0 oae la smeimw well; be kMwbM allts to yaw 4wsr ase sw AM laws, I aa tyel r" ~L ~ -~r" - ." ~IP I testy ttse l as ets Iea wises best As ridrs leans Wbe bons mrill Is so awe an seall is I meo of mes A QUEER OOCUPATION. Yb. emago · rs OfC St £0 A t was with any thing but e atsW tie that I found myself compellod, a ew weeks ago, to make a might's journey from Skanesville to Newton Cemtre. The firm for which I traveled was beat on opening up maw "tean to.s," as had eat m eat as a pioneer. Skamesrille had not developed uay cor slderable desie or ouar g...

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. — 21 January 1888

" OVINOYON. LA.. Jan,, 21. 1888. Announcements. For Sherif. We are authorised to announoe W. B. (IOOK, As a candidate for the omee of Sheriff of St. Tamma.ny Parish, subject to the action of t, e Democratic Convention. WE TRIER REPORT For the past week, ending Jan. 19. 1888: Jan. Temperature. 1Ma Min. Range 13 .................... 71 59 1 14..................... 73 7 16 16.... ............ 64 45 19 16..................... 39 33 6 17....................... 8 36 18................. 44 31 13 19........... .. 48 t4 24 Mean temperatere-au.im.m 56.5; mainimum. 40,5; range, 16. ALEX. BIND, Observer, Mandeville Station, La. IN LINKE. The FAhumSn as in the past 14 years of its existence, will be found advocating the cause of Democracy and the election of the party nomi nees, whoever they may be. The State ticket nominated at Baton Itouge is universally admitted to be an excellent one, and will receive the hearty support of all Demo erat throughout the State. See Estray notice. The Police Jur...

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. — 21 January 1888

ciOVIN T o - L.n2. 21. iMN NMed sat the l. e eosat e Ovi.tea, Il., s neead-alese lter. v3ial Jeurnal at S1. Tamnmany Parish. Mrs S. . . etas el.... Proprietres. W. . Kebse ...........Editor. NEWSPAPER LAWS AND REGULA0TIONS. 1. Subserib r, who do not give ezjress notice to the eatrry. au counsuerd as wisbhig to eostisme their eubeariptioa. S. If esueaibers order the die eoati.susee of their periodical., the publisher may cootiues to send them antil l arreres are paid. 3. If subscribers negloet or re fuse to take their periodicals from the oecoe to which they are direct ed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered them disecontined. 4. If sembribers remove to other pInaas without islormiag the publisher, and the papers am seat to the former diredtion, they ae held reeponeible. . The coarts have desided that "reusing to take periodicals from the o 4cs, or removing or leaving them seealle.l for," is pries fmci evidence of intended GrLd. 6. Any person wh...

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. — 21 January 1888

e00rN AGRICU.'URAL. Degs v. Sheep. The destrnetiam d sheep by dogs al ways oetrageously prevalent, has bees exceptionally so this fall, at least la this setieo. Bat what are we go ing to do about it? It seems that we can do nothing The sheep raisers ef the State have tried time and again, but to no purpose, to get some law en aeted and enforced looking to an ef fective protection of sheep against the ravages of dogs. The fact is. the dog question seems to be more than the Legislature ca handle. There are a great many people who own dogs for their imagined useful aemn But as it seems we ean not have sheep and dogs, the question arises Which are the more useful, sheep or dogs? The dog-owner answers: 'My dog is more useful to me than your sheep are to me." And as there are tea dog-owners to one sheep-owner, the dogs have it. But ia addition to those who own dogs for their imaginary usefulness there is a class of sentimentalists who are ever ready to defend the dog. They will write or s...

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. — 28 January 1888

02. &aumra farmer. U. . B"Th siN T. of AevH rm t, Like the Dews feu Hars, 4 Dwead Al ike .pn the el ,bc." W. . KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PAR SHi, LA., 188 VOL THE .FE PATH. The day was amt deam Ase seds and hdswee drive t At seui at the anm. Whae hugse is- the measry lanc. Twe Iddlmu passe as bs; y We womred that they walked so late, And asked the reamso why. "Ald wtther are ye bemnd," we sals. "8o mear thei deorar ay? TLe nalgt qslC ule ons. The SrAnd you -low way.' Their bf were ae trace of fear. nLt seemea o jyc as ten: "a we we going hone," they seal. "Am hkew the way quhte well "This rrow path we sll eallwr o. It peases by the mall: A the eaour her's hos Ie is newr. aeoem ula esa ha "l o as Ide s jearne many their feet Net tuer assie mr etray out asely keep the homeward path. Aud mever amis the way. LITTLK JENNIE. row 8he ro.owed Oa hrinle' Into the Swumna It was just ave o'clock. Far away over the prairies the great golden sn was beginning to rie. As he showe...

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. — 28 January 1888

St. ,amman ,Auara. SOVINoTO. LA.. Jan. 2.,188& Announcements. For SheriU. We are ethborize to announce W. . COOK, As a ean&idate for the olde of Shbrit of tL. Thaamaiy Puigh, eabject to the Iatic. of the DesmocraUo Co.venton. WBATFIER R RT Fr the pt week, ending j. 26. 1888: Temperstare. Max Mia. Rang. 30.................... 61 T7 3 11.................... 61 a a a .................. 63 us 11 a ...................61 aso 11 lS .................... 61 I 1s S ........ ... .. . . 1 a 19 mes teepemreater-MaIIema 6; mitiatm, 46.6; mire, 1 1. ALEr. BAND, Observer, Mandeville Station, La. For Governor, Francis T. Nioholla, or Oreams. For Lieutenant- Goernor, James Jeflies. Of Rapides. For Secretary of State. L. F. Mason, of Co(eordia. Fo, t5ate Treasurer, W. H. Pipes, Of Eamt Feliciana. For .t!orney-General. Walter H. Rogers, Of Orleans. For Auditor, O. B. Steele, Of Union. For Superinteamnet of Public Edu cation, Joseph A. Breaux, Of Iberia. Perob're biting. ea regisration noties Sp...

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. — 28 January 1888

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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. — 28 January 1888

it. *ema; w. 0. K . me.. .. 0OVLI.GTO... . LOUIAL1, BUSINESS TERMS. esemtu...am sM " K :ashse ft eU m ~qbam 1 hs Nome of the biaems terms used in .he published accounts of some a the receet failures have puzzled a good many people otaidsle ofet the busdem world. The wolrds used to designate certain commercial paper have net carried with them sufcient evidence of their meaning to make it cleat to the uninitiated. Here are a few de-mi. ttions that may be useful: "Ba.siness Paper" --This is the ordie ary paper used by business men. an )rdinarV note, for instance. B owes A at debt. B gives A a note for it. and A takes the note to the bank anad gets it distouuted. That is a fair sample of legitiamte business paper. "'Amnnumnqdation Paper'"-This Is paper upon which loans from banks ard the like are efected. For istance, A is in business ad has net emnegh "-Aital at hand wherewith to operate. His credit is good. and he goes to a bank and explains that he wants to raise this or that amount ...

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. — 4 February 1888

_t. _ammanp farrrmer. iThe Bleusings of Govemnment, Like the Dews from Halve, Sheold Deesend Alike a lh Per W. U. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., : 188~ VOL.XItt-NO.. PRACTICAL COURTSHIP. TO ap yos lore me. Maw-be so I would net daomb your word: Rat thes besore ew. you know. Ha v sues mset love vows beard Who are mut loved, now. as wives woald He loved by thoe thy wed. You s.r love me. Very good Rut wil you tMs my bre ad You ea you lore me. Yea must know Yoar words are sweet to hear: Like teamer masic, sof and low, hrey car my willis, ear. e t i you would wi al my heart. Posmms m very seal Promie to de a husblm s part Swear you'll abr up the col: You msay yo. se me. And you ask Ir I emld love yes tee. I owa 'twill be sa easy task II only you are tre. This, this alone I stipsulae, iis all my hert's desire: That I msy sleep till half-past eight. And you asil build the Oe. -.Sewrrine Jur--d. . HUGH'S PROMISE. Bow a Great Searimo Brought a Oreat Rew.ard. '•Moter. en...

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. — 4 February 1888

It. Usum *umw.l La seaemd-dair ma.L 6giaia Joaurwl of 8L Tmey Parish. CLOVINGTO. LA., Feb 4, 1888. iraS. V. Kesmai.... .Propdsirei. W.G. Keshma * Editor. IMsUED EVERY - SATURDAY )meeePT. one vest... . .6262 Ome espy al rin.ths ..... 1 0**e*py Ibree iesotks * Annoanuuoemotu. FPor Sherir. Woe am eemd, to m asN w. .U cJOK, La 'Tays7 Paer tish. r .a the edia .1 lb. Deaulam s Ear oGerm, Frayls T. NIoholl, or Gowm, James JefIOes. For Seearebsy .d stk. L. P. Mamoe, or onomrdi. For Slate Tresser, W. E Pipes, Of Baot Fdiuim s. For . Attoe.Gme.eal, Walter H. Rogers, Of dmorm. For Aditor, 0. B. Stsele, Of Usioa. Fer nperi- dat of Pbtie Eam Joseph A. Bre.u of N.ii.. WEATHER BRPOBT For the past week, dia.g b. 1. 188: Tim. et.hbmw. SIa. : . s r . .....a N 8a oek 7...... S U a a .stear UL...... M n da eutu ...... f M a dear I U...... 7r !T . dcear 1...... eU? s oear Zmins- 419 4 gU em ke e tb. Te. ehe1Or dee t.i .ort aes io I T-Baom.e o imd I ALRL BAND. Obsbar IMadonille Sratie. lIa i - sI Binda t...

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. — 4 February 1888

1ý..oasui.-smh IBU&C. is.9 M A. V~. lbs bmrl ý[Iiý Na a hzhat M ilj~- - -i Law." rt.. wIr .t I 1% Ia i 9Y =, w u s t is b. iI a m d 3ws w IIY, 14 , IT. It ·II .e ~ sIaiLp. W. B. so.i. Uhsue Oma u~*im Ia. IJ.. ULi 1. Wlsqb smi balw m.w -m i 5mw/. 4Y-.uwea of ~uab h. L D. IUS: JSwiEe Uew fr.inw4tt 5.bI t Uinug his. as.k Dia a ~nn aDm tornS. Th Ybinhmsa . w sad. trhu. rm Umb' 'hu OssEn sub b5 In ~'I 51~b1 Wa D~b lImb Nbsg U WI Lee% a 20 r rrr Abe alllr o h Aim o ie t b am k~L-- Jhu@im A r r I L Ater. " ` ýýtý woeý.e .lh. ·rut aqr . i ý t-~ir i At a.m .ý,I ma.a JY.e.. paw is Ismkt ý. N. I II& 6 GaL ms4~ em Oh. abewmeu ~~;am,-. * e-·11 e.3 mm.-r -¶Spedme b?~ hny m ; 1pm q r~~14 II hubma, dI r. , r;hbfh~u~r~h Wed.· -~---~-----.u.--.--------------- ii a Y' d lCiw 1Z c1 lIwIa A Armm sk W. ran mI( , taI I.I nil Neom £d .fIbs wo -w It" w.a !t i. N~. ~ Vom.& Uf mssm b h~ IL , TM 4w. .t U EwaSat I,, I~l a~Lam rJ1J sum~ J I~·II rr -- WOO err " !l MinYcw PIOU UGATION -o0 THE ai j Rio ...

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. — 4 February 1888

It. La Kmm a meu. COVINfu:O. - WUIS(AZ& AN ELEPHANT STORTY. A UaSutehr aug D s.u em te tteas ast mUmesos. MaIy were the sights I witesseed in and out of the Palace at Manudalay; but nothing struck my attetion so much as the number of trained elephants. lately belonging to the deposed mon arch, and the splendid quarters in which they were located, sad my sur pribe was still more increased when I was introduced to, and entered into conversation with the gentleman who presided over this extensive establish. meat. He turned out to be a real native of the Isle of Wight. The white or mouse-colored elephant was thern of eourse; but hbow are the mighty fallenr' He was no longer in a mag nilcent pavilion, alone in his grandeur. surrounded by many servitors of the king; so the cotrary. he was in a stall like the rest of the beasts, and. if any thing, less noticed than many of his fner brethren. One more anecdote about this wonderful beast, and I have done with elephants. Shortly before ou...

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. — 11 February 1888

*~0 &t mmaun farmcr. T o fIGov t, Like the Der. from Hr";, ShTA Md DuYead Aike upe the L Ua I ad th. her." COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LOUISIANA. % VALENTINES. Au Owd Story in a new warm. amuasser AUss. " aw than art an heiress, but ao pelt Attracts me, sweetest one; it is thyself. Thyself alone, I love; wilt thou be mime. Oh, maiden fair. my love, my valentine? sun mazwiv Ir glad thou art not In pursalt of pelt And that thou lov'st me only for myself. For my trustee last evening ran away With all my Sertase skipped to Canada, So! mam more than ever, dearst, thins, Thy lever twos thceosteM alenauEa vns naroesanm. rm very sorry your trustee's skipped out With all your fortune. What were yon about To let him have the chances Oh! by the way, 'Twere better to postpone our wedilag day A little while, until at least you see If you can compromise with your trustee. With things . stste goo, believe me thine, This- most respectfully, thy valsstime. Tae cOsCLwSrow. Ah! all my hopes of ...

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. — 11 February 1888

jot. a&mAuaa fatacr. Vol. 14. No. 7. Mrs. B. V. lentsel.... Proprietren. W.G.Keatbel . Editor. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY Pee copy, one year... ........... $24 One sopy air months. .........o.. 1 00 Oneoopy three seeths........... 30 OOVINGTO. LA.. Feb. 1, 1888. Announcement,. We are satherise4 to asmeoune the same of JAS. M. ThIOMPSON, as a emdidate fo re-deltion to the of See ot Judge of the Bichteenth Jadioial Distriet, composed of the 1arishee of It. Teaamay. Washingtoa, Livingston and 1agipahOa, subject to the aetion of the Demoaratie party. .e are awtharised to amneease the amme el J. L. DUOSIER, as a ealdidate for the @5.s of Repro. seateaive to the Btete Legislatare from St. Tmmuamy peuich, subject to the a, tion of the Demoeratic party. For Sheriff. We are sathedrasd to samusuee W. U. OXOK, As a emadidate Sor the ofe. of Sheriff of tL H ay Perch, subjeot to the eeIam of the Demesati. Oovemtio. For Goweror, Francis T. Nicholls, of oriseas, 01 O~s.e ....vrnr James Jefries. Of ...

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. — 11 February 1888

-tr 141!thleatCo ietoa, i.uenmany ih Bee0. A Co. s. Mrs. A. V. Onastheret. The Stae of Lesimisam Parish of St. timeay-Zightumth bJdleie Lis. tolet eseLn By wirtse of an order of seizure and sle foem the hosorsble the aforesaid soaet, and to me directed, bearing date Jaarnzy at, ieug I will pwesaed to sell at publis ase ties. at rhb do'o of the courthbose, is the towa et C oyjn.m pala and .'ase astrs al4. on PAM T., the 3d day of Mare. 1868, between legal sale bear., the following desoribed proper ty, to-wit: [ato Nos. 15, 16, 17, 18 sad 19, in aqrea" No. 8, is ethe"t or masdewille, 1s.. together with all the buildings sad ispes cus tere -IL - sesdi sabove editiest suit. Teeasm ales. Sash. W. BR Coo.. SberiZ Osansgle., 14. sam. It, -e81. VENIRE. 3 Jsmlb t3luI~eet eaeln for IJsislJam.r Jurore draws for the Irat week of the Marsh term. A. D. 188: James P usasell Alez Bash 0 Wtlaced Gee 1oar Jobs I Courtney Robt Benmett lw 0.. L Grawford JIs aslleway Jr TheH Neal Jas Sharp Gee Kzs ID CO...

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. — 11 February 1888

It. ammany fanan V. e. KENUZL Kiter. CDVINGTOr. WIUISIANA. THE GOLDEN GATE. bYS had entered the thorny wilderness and the guiden gates of their childhood had forever closed behind them.-Zll en the Fless. The goidesa gate I stead beside Is pearl-adorned and glorified With rubies rare whose radiant gleems ReSect the yellow sanlight'a beams. Alas! I wait With longing eyes outside the gate. I see the garden through the bars; The roses blush, the jessamine stars Shine out against a saky of green; The poplars show their silver shees. I cry to Fate: "*pe thou Sor me the golden gate." It seems bmt yesterday I tripped =hose dewy paths, a child who dipped Her face mid roses born ia May; Ah, me, that now were yesterday! Now it grows late. And locked agalast me is the gate. A poppy's crimson lips have stooped To kiss a white rose 'neath her drooped The kiss of Life on marble Death, But Death bath far the sweeter breath. She lies is state! Will she be tamed from out the gate? Oh! I am tired, tra...

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. — 18 February 1888

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