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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 2 June 1888

St. akuuaq Auucr COVINGTOX. LA, Ja.e 2 188. ~sasI alite los tri,. St Cori egos. L. m emad-oluan swmal Ouiail awmsl of Rt Twmmsiv Kr. S. V. Ke tami.... .Proptltrem. w. Kesi ........... Editor. NSU D KYSKY SATURDAY Osa. esv oe......... ....:7 tU Os..ery six M ........... 100 Oueeepy a~s·rUa .wotww .. so WEATHER REPORT Fe thi *week, eding May 30: i ....................... n 63 S........................ 8! 3 i ........................ 6 8 17........................ 96 To U ....................... 90 75 U........................ M 70 a ..... .................. 8t 67 emular-INen temperature for tl week. maximum and minimmn, Raf1a for the week, in inches ALE-' BND. Observer, Mandeville Station. La. SPOSTOFFICE HOUR. 4The Covington Poetel ee will Ibe open every day eacpt Soueday, hom 7a. . to 9 r. . Close every day except Saturday and S8uday. at9 r. x. (lsos Saturday at 8 r. x. Open Suneday from 7:30 to 9a .., and fro 11 A. U. to 12 Y. for dbrihetiou of te mail. AllU outloig mail will be cl...

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. — 2 June 1888

Wmnqtin mm a.. Nti.ee, it n is provided, bys as nt of e ii smh . tsh alab s sd inJne *of eash year by mm 3 eet.er e the a.wn of tm Te. a y prish. IL a.. _ tas Jameio se mea hi a eirveb.*.. . r 3r...., aui. ami mJi.n . l Diasmw dshlet hases o Bt. slg a ty Sp .. aem.ened a hold said UGUDAY. JUNE 4, 18886 s am Md . d . or mid m -e.th Vl who vow f ab ove. Mo;ites..; eel sseasid. em be ma rl am4 -o ire amm . mamor isuire I.e es bmtioMeney whieset I mwe hereente hats. this J day o Mayr, dSee Wu. OQ te[eas C.OWk. C(RHARTER *: -or tsE- Pameson Masuramue ao' Is PeriFsh of L tamany. h"Kmsws. That o. this third day atllUy. e themmand eight huasred aned eis.4 , baobefoeo m FraVel. Andre a metary pablisef lb Parish at Mt. inmmasy. Sas off Ialmisam, sad ~l thmmes of the usanem 4 wit heo deoeed that a.aliUg bthersrlve. o e ea a of tMe lwe of this Ilte v.iov *ierprtrle N they do rues sad ebligate thmves, as well s -c o as mmay benoafter hee .s w ish hm a e sIp. saols. se the ebjess ad perpsesm fl d...

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. — 2 June 1888

BOUTOEI I AORICUOLTM. orn Raisin` Core requires but comparatively little cultivation if the soil has been pro.erly prepared before-hand, and whatevet work it receives should be gives when the crop is quite youag. Thoroughly breaking and pulverizing the soil are the most important con. siderations. The cultivation should begin as soon as the corn is cleverly up, with either a harrow or cultivator. and the work should be continued nuUtil the work is laid by. If the corn Is planted in checks, one good plow ing each way will secure a good crop, other conditions being favorable. It should be laid by before it is knee high, and the last plowing should be very shallow. A turning p!owshould =ever go in a corn-field after the crop * planted. The modern one-horse turning-plow has destroyed millions of bushels of corn, and the same may be said of the long-shank double-shovel The turaing-plow leaves the field in ridges, while level culture is the proper thing. The double-shovel wil go too deep ...

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. — 9 June 1888

___ t. eamas farmcr. " The Ululns of @omnm , K. Uk the Dew f'ie Smuld Deoed Aito AMe Iupon Ie 0lh Iend ,' W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTOn; ST. TAXIMANY PA , LA., SATURDAY JUNE, 9, 18i8. VOL XIV.-O. 4. WAl. OF THE R.4ECTEO. ,bast AM s£ AnOt wI$60 Ahat Aeb et Adohe! asessest Ok greassus! Oh hetey AM.tsaehsho! Leadeduesr: Akbm! Ae oh ay: Aad ehm orerow: AM I hewlee es lefh ! And oh woe! Wa.4ys! Mar't! Zemads! AdeseasStesst Sms , o dear! And betghho! *aS F!: Oh thader! Psatdlts! Oh gemni cristrsmas! Ad 'adeash! OrGes sotet os use: Orsdbtrseost R the girt! I am alt out of Mbca!t WIf. J. Msndrus, As BShepr'. Ay TWO ENEMIEV im aresp snd Tlat aOo.e-s-t Wretoh" Over the Way. Mr. Perry was an old bachelor, and liss Briggs was an old mail. He lived st the brick house on the hill and she in the cottage opposite and they west mortal enemies He de spised her because she kept two eats and a esaary. and she loathed hi.s ort his af ctlion for a huge mastif sad as old knck-,.kneed horse. '-Why on ea...

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. — 9 June 1888

SI. lmm aag R tr. COVINGTON. LI.. Jamn 9. 1888. atere I t the P.4t, 5I o at Con aseao IA.. s e.ad1..iass mttet. (Moal Joarndl of St. Tammany M rS8. V. Ki~etant....Propritrses. W. G. Kentiel .......... Mitor. INSUED IVERIY SATURDAY O0o oeop. one yver .. ..........S . 0 One coply sis mathL ........ 1 00 ,)no epy three months .. . 1 For President, Grover Cleveland, Of New York. For Vice President, Allen G. Thmrias, Of Ohio. Ill lllll III WE THTEII REPORT For the week, aeding June 6: Ma:. Kt.. 31........................ 86 67 J aer.*. I....................... $8 81 s ....... ............... 81 i ........ .......... 88 8 4........................ 88 U 5........... ............ 91 64 6.........:.............. 57 7 I Bemaurke--Temperature for theI Iu.nth of May--Maximnnm 8688; anifiaetm. 64.9; raser. 21 15. ltainfall is inches, 7.90; number of rainy days, 8. A[rAL. BIND. Oberver. Masadeville Statiuo, La. The railroad track is laid nearly to the siteof the depot. Lo tlickets four sale by L....

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 June 1888

* . TOe'VI LW.. Jest $. SS. messed sa pwsso. at Cowisi..e * N... sooammm4.lssm msdmr Jaerwtl of R '1 it rtw~w ......... Jobs . Cbrnbom van ffMs9*L J~jgjcl Di. v ft o mawt .omask Is. 4 0 we 153.ts boowom do1 ml. I d8oce . aasrI.u hu ate Soisms of dmibei pmpar Lt Nm wmmm - bemwe em i do" sak Md oad "era bob1. tbe; I omas is b S.; I .1 mk uhawam look; jtmL ioar; 1 lp; 1 1.s~s 1.m.1 bird semi; 13 bird .mgrs. wbm i;; 1 begl; 3 .sm;I fim$oIrowdmcmsmo.psss; I ov; l tics .stoias; 1 l.a gupewe: I bee. bet; 141mps.; 1 035I al s.. a4 1ms 2 rakes; I frw; 1 grlmdsies; 2 Lining spaims; I beo; I whi.&snsw; I babbet; 1 basibow; 1 bee"sh orow; I oi ero.; ! Sowwr-polo ssd asouam; 3 ·o iiLrs 1 sr seba; 1 washwl .sw1 , dobr kiskems; ! dumb.; " N Sf; I pommkd moepom; I di. mmmi lmmttsr.; ! w b inabm; 1 oir god- rim .y.lsmam;I ps:r -om sslovbsoSs.m; I p~m mamo; 1 mssy; I lImo; 1 hI bhtosm; I velimo; I boa m'pl tad warm; I pitolo; 1 djoublo b;Ia o l nifs Twin 0f ash. msho. W. B Coo. Shorit Eowdimg.m I...

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. — 9 June 1888

CAUGHT A SUCKER. Mperieae of a m. s Who P.rtil i ts_ Peat with M1i-N-eks. ,'Bill Charters wts a very original man-that i if lie was out of a job he'd devise somole way of his own to procure the wherewithal to keep) a fire in the grate and provisions in the pantry," sa:id a man in a Main street eigar store. ,Bill was also fond of fishing. 0.t winter evenings at home, if he had nothing better to do he would haul out his fishing tackle and inspect it thoroughly and then. aftet making two or three new-tangled By hooks, he'd place the outfit back in its box. at the '.amne time knowing that he'd be unable to use his tackle for probably six months. "Bill livel in Boston when I first knew hinm. That was eighteen or twenty years ago. He was a tinsmith by trade. I went up one night to see him concerning some work he had been engaged out for several days. B;11 was in the dining. room examining his fishing-tackle when I entered. After settling out tinsnmithing business he began explain ing the ...

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. — 16 June 1888

a- -r gift fort ··" t .... i .T...: e o"'l S fin €WlaenPMit.UlmlerIfm I.suld O .l Ak Ut Sle h U l the M.. ".11 M 1 I."0..'. Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TA MMANY PARIS LA.,..SATURDAY JUNE, 16, 1888. LXi;I -. - .- . .. .. .. ._:_-: *# o.v --..1 . .6 -r Yen'MSetmm.,m. swain, That e tnetweuena twama a a iS aerst ba-s m n e tsv.e .. Ani J aeisbr. y t1p eaS T an asos vieol br A s r aer usn , Aeast. few e paes ýIn. allu Thttm r a td pre t Ts ms eeme deage,. (Q4=4· mom·se rlgC p r Tar"- RMusi a.i phe whoeai am h anM eslpr gistse agr eant a so richese t of th wodymoag s M.eap awytap Tedb M andes weig psds. BESiT gD BY WOLVEI Ioumer m edi Oat truit rammer morihng thet are few~ed ter places in all Eu rore th 'one of the great pine forests of Norti r Rl la. The whole air i4 fragrua sh" the rich senr of the woods, at"t raw sbeawmsy lay peop ib r the b 'antming shadows, ard brighta -4d rrels lit hitherb ud thither w 'i.t . trees a l birds twitter d .odrk i ad anr d everm now au.htheessatr l Balan boy....

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. — 16 June 1888

Jt. kWmmaq ganar COVINOTOG LA.. 1a. 16, 1888s -ar4 at ib. Po.ti . at ori agtoa W.O. KIteml ........... Editr. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY n PTr . oe i er ..... ......... S Oa. en py ls .mth ........... I )me.pj tre mots .......... I For President, Gruver] Cleveland, Of New York. For Vice President, Allen G. Thurmmam, Of Ohio. WrATlER REPORT Foer thm week, eadiug Joes 1: EMs. KIn. Jena 7................... .. t0 la I1........ ... ......... 91 f............ ........... . . 73 10 II........... ............ I1...................... Is 72 I3 ................... . 1 70 ALEX. B 'O.. Obarer. Maudeville Station. La. POSTOFFICB HOURS. The Coeiugtou Poeteoes will be epm every day except Seudlay. broo 7 . w. to9O . x. Close every day except Saturday emd Sudt., at 9 P. w. los S. rayr at 8 e. W. Opee Sunday from 7:30 to 9 . .. amd frm.a 11 . M. to 12 M. for distribetio of the saieL All eoutlftg i'will be loed es during week days at 9 r. . sharp, ad on Seedays at I .. for the 4:45 r. w traia, and at 6 P...

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. — 16 June 1888

VOYT4O LA.. ai. 16, !ASS lA&. a.inussmd.uhs - . bm m h .1 Job .O s. 5f f1~~ u. P~~m ofMb tk stsnsid eiem ..Id ' vt Jeduim D S ~rI. .g· ----~· *wriwr r b eil.sI,*hil..ing 1.5. May 3. MU D&Y. tie t 1Mk i y. i o' Jý 11, etwem' Mms11 bo i.. m f lbeiwi iums lu1 male L b1lpwusiu daMu p...ea.~ .I oe lslba, piekew md elep sm1 mLSebridek.; l hed; 1.., ~ms - I .eaa.u bl.; I eleik ai ! teesini. ldise; I wmst; Win4i semsh; bS. 1.ur; 1 asp; 1 U1' m Zil'2 bird sari; 11 ti sr-ess.t w samfse-d; 1 aS.m;1 bs 1hIobpma; ur sm -as I i ; l Sb; ,eku. ihw; 1 gu me: S seis;lba; I wbsel-b mrw; 1 " -~-·1 I ; 1 bhsb avow; 1 eMlr-s- !e ISmm l ead eas.; 8 wsý lbs1 dug; 14 t.; 1 wa bbowl ai sr. 1 6.s. ehseka.; S duwsk; e...mit .5.1.as.; 1 M .ocaks; I di. Ii am; 1 Iubu5Sinm; I1 vlise;1 be pis~i mom u m 1 Nes; 1 iseb hemrl .hedi .ai. W. a Coat. Sherif FIM01 I. Jram 2. 1365 Notion. lb A s rsa aI m doiers: *slak.e heeby given is al 1je bodabhed is osh hWeh own1o3A .seM . b d wit.hs. mgaesy aigsf.m shrmm or th...

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. — 16 June 1888

ROUTHERN AGRICUILTTRAL. Holstmas as Milk Producers This grade of cattle is now being ex tensively introduced into this State. It stands high in the estimation of dairymen.enal record of one hundred and four pounds of milk In one day has just been made in New York State by a cow of this breed. It pays. and pays big, to keep this kiad of a cow where there is any demand for milk. I can not nadenrtand how any man who ares at all for his peom niary welfare can be as nladiferet to the Improvement of his stock as so many men ar. Dies a Holstein cow, because it is a Holstein. eat more than any other sicail.r s? d animalP Of .-urse not. But its milk-secreting glands are more highly developed and the same amount of fool will produce diferent results in a Holstein and a scrub. The Holstein is called a gen eral-purpose animaL I think this is 'omewhat doubtfuL It is true that it is large-framed and has plenty of flesh, but my observation has been that the flesh is coarser-grained than the flesh ...

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. — 23 June 1888

S-- - t *f 33T-%- L *3 1 0kt mmau farmc r..7 "Th lessings of Covemmnnt Like the Dew from e wShould Deocond Alke Upon the M an the Peer.. W. G. KENTL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY JUNE, 23, 1888. VOL. XIV;.-G-. i " " :" P'4 tl. t 771 ORANDPATRHESP ADVICE. I mma ew t ra Wo I wasr a ittlelad, nSw me wanso we tMY arte.n he a5rml hal. I evr hnd. I was onLy making tter. wfssm0g stcks ammd ae awno, aed be shook hIs old ead wisely: "De't do mat, my boyn I pray. "y pe've got a Yankee moson Sake somethmg of your litr, Workisg out ypor pim Is wase. With the aid of t~ak sad ails. whome ple whttss, w.ile saw4sets,* Take ts, momms. foryour mie, I'tas only mate or toothpick, It wai itew tha you're - aoot. 'Sme whlttUe for a lifetime, Aed whme Deal sbte their old Imlls, Nothing but a beep of liter Represents their useless life" -reas MW A FAXILY AFFAIR. The Dowra.dans t, oenuntnM' Couple in Tennease. Just on the divide of a Tennessee mountain tie hind wheels of the beck boar...

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. — 23 June 1888

Pt. Ssumq· *umtg OOVLW TOX. La.. J..U. 81883. rs Otsh N.S..a.. al .vim s. L... memssdseesm4lme susmir COIed, Journal .1 Sta minam wee. S..V. K.~... ..Ninuta. m NSUD - EVERY STURDLY Omeospy. .m s.,s ... .....3 em Oms.eW.iu....tt. I 5 O.esi thu ..r.mh...... iS For President. Gu.ver Vievelaud, Of New Yelk. hor Vim. Prsident, A11.x. 0. Thurimam, Of Ohio. WEATHER REPORT For lb. week, swain Jame 20 Per heu~k...Ilg. U:s N,..............,......... N 7s 14 ........................ K 71 14.....,....... ....,...... st >r 17 ......,................. ti 7 Is ............,........... N 14 1e ..... ..............,.... ft 7! of...... .................. N 7 7i... t.. 7Ls*. $ts #; .i. 7L1 i.61 1.P. ALEX RIND. Obser. POBTOPFI(Z HIOURS. The doi.81o. Pottedas will b Gls. .,, day sIspt Strday Urn. ekmirdatuML 8 P. N . Op" aruday fro 7:E) t 6 A 3.3. d deem 11 . mL to 12N. for di~tibetio e of iom wl. All outgoing nail will be close delds C.'ciy.t 9 r.P h wlep. ps. evey gday t sue. for td. 4.45 . Nm is. ...

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. — 23 June 1888

COYI,, .. LA.. Jose 3. 1888. i . She ta".ee at .Ow awoa•ea _ A.. emmand-eles as.e OU l Jmsl iof St. Tsmqpw (S*larot taes. Umivamily. o. 0..) Tffims s e.isme M wae plopl of CSikgteo wa She mimeesmas e*m* s 4 ,emi eee-At hse Cov. Mefte 33 mW Ces.eCasses fthe Notice of Contest . nL. Ls Oru .ea Newr Ordma, la. May 31, 188 I daism rahmmemd hetlaer a 0a by rt . r wodweds o Oas . Sere r. tstl ead nry 34. SS S, ewew s. Kb. le s atw.t he wsrute of *hSeeh taownip 4, auth 1nge 13 ele a asu4lta,... 1S. mnsy puteb. Ie-lmme. with a view to b einmedliesl of sal es,. the said par thee se baseby 8sumel y to aSS s elt .k ee .to oaseped sad lersiS - -h s mealag said alleged abms dateseaS .a uTa J..1. BDus.. Misler. rASSIn BURTON. Attorney-t-Law. I camsbea sreNfto New Orme. Will pesee law is all the emss . f et. tSmeau *s will m I. Cedagnan .s dosays as 1he. 1bth art tol at Ja.e and 1d . July. at 3easels seasrsat where he sa be en by all pasti es esdiag l rlries. Notice. 2b a mq d einsor s : be.s is ha...

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. — 23 June 1888

soIUTHERN AGlICULTUJJL. " Wht crop Will Par BesW " Ys is a question which concerns evely farmer In these days of close empetitiwo, but too fewof them con sider it seriously. The more energetic sad progressive class have pondered pon It ad have no doubt profited thereby, but the greater number neRer step to think or read, and oon tianu along In the same old ruts. rasitg the same crops that they have been doing for years past, deterlerath --g their soils and gradually grownlag poorer in purse as the years go by. As a rule that crop will pay best which our soil is best adapted to If the farm is In a fruit district the farmer's apeeialty should be frutt.cul tivating grass and grain crops when rotation demands it. If laud is rich anad adated to grain growing, this should be the leading crop. and upon such land the farmer is usually wast ing both time and money whoa he tria to grow an orchard. Whatever your specialty may be stick to it closely. Prices will be up sad down, but experience 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. — 30 June 1888

0t*. &unma armcr. "The esings of Covrmment, Like the Dew from Heaven, Should Desecnd Alike Upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY JUNE, 30, 1888. VOL XIV-NO. 27. THE WRONG YEAR. Theyr at beside the bright lgras And wastced the amang embers dart; While L.ve, te regae, another pyre Did kindle n ahis hears. And as the parting moments drew, It seemed so llke a leave of life. lie mustered courage and did sue That she w aild be his wife. That, with a little tanughtful passe, Mid blushes of the deepest pink, She answered: "Not this year-be-awe You know what folks would thank:" -Life. ------~~-- --- .r JACK'S FORTUNE In What It Consised and Hnw I COs. to sin. L Jaek Dayton was twenty-four years of age. He was lat dsome, as that term applies to man; he was studious in an ex:raordlnary sense; he was as sober as a cold-water advocate; he was ' a lawyer. and he was as poor as a church mouse and Prouder than Luci for before he was exi...

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. — 30 June 1888

it. &.man arMCr COVIGOTOxN Ll.. A.. Je. lse8. aem,.1 at the Pb4.1ee J Ovarisane la. a essme-41..s matt.eL O il Jo erbl of SL Tamuamy Mr.. & V. Keemal....Pro0rietre.. W. o. Kee.lmi ............ ditor. ISSUeD EVERY SATURDAY O.. *yT. em* eru.... .......... 2 00 Oe sopso wmsla. ........... 100 Omomyl he umesth e. ES -_. "- ... ...... ...... - . For Preident, Ghover Cleveland, Of New York. For Vice President, Allem G. Thurmam, Of Ohio. WEATHRR REPORT For te week, eadiag June 27: M.. Mir. ll. ....................... 6 78 ll........................ 9I 7 2 ....................... 9 I I S........................ a 7 lt........................ 1t 2 sT........................ at n Reithll for u.. week. is inebes ALEX. BND, Oblsrwer, Mandeille Sta.ti.. Lt. Selrit Cook bee two .iunet boardm at the Parish JaiL Elvea morn arloads of lumber rived yesterday emveing for the se depot O.ma.a ow 8smer..-The ox ammio.n tratso of the Bat Lfonisiaa Railroad will hereafter leak Cov lagtoe at 4:15 in...

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. — 30 June 1888

3db~ro. tL~ Ik Crll OX LA.. JewSa k - M. hindmi~mlhaminusE my I& I ML~ UrnL jc r ·I lb.l ·I S. Mrimi wimucg mai -.iSt YbUarm. u l~r aph Fgc all SE~bbma.m11 U~ e, on ew Oulsum it. 3W ... 14 ia Smý.slý.. a ~ . hsim 1 imu b `a s ap. iml ha tl pa as 10blmib0j110 e"d s hin SA uk C., ..d aZUONN.I: Vhs1 umldh~mei.4 mt 3 Sb - 0% 69 hka M SEmdhriumat .. miS. aibhlt SE S. seniwa A 14 em.. S Mim. mmdi... N atqde .. Sh..rre o Amlsi. whmm. is w ubui.1 Saieme up..w is ss, arm.. SEI h.;ind i.:, saw..mofn.. via...I _ k rLWI ·I Y· As v : HwrL p-'- n ofo aT4m. 1.15a mIaU SbL bmmm~pdS 1p. -l B~d 1Ir~i 3.3mm Uqbi Ira Os r, N.w Ode.. sa.. Jas. 1l.. 1I Naes in brnby pt a..Jelir his usiýhetiso hrnmeimY·slerbe 01.4 .Mi. .1 bh inesim Make arsk preso I. mop. t bns ehim end tbu add pries bernie" bus sthe j1Me I.. his in«a sleek efabe Cour ts. MO s.mH ., Is.. - Weimimhy. fa wmYI orire rk p rr ~liO~i~U 'iS ri~ Hu! rT L1TTL EION. Ube mad h.e brni entry No. aS ksr the semt belt .t She sriehms. yer. en ett bem...

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. — 30 June 1888

1- -O AGWBCULUAL emsoetable Notes on Cofemn Oitu r. Oa nearls every farm 'cotton ehop pd3g" is the order of the day some time during the month. It is the farmer's dread on account of appre headed bed weather, and scarcity of tabor or "day hands." Circumstances " hould determine whether the hoes .hould precede or follow the plows. N I the cotton has come up well on moparatively fresh beds-no heavy rila6 having fallen since the seed as and conseqnently but tA work of chf ' q mat esmeacse at ease, Switheout . plowag, especially i theL .- e still engaged in the comn cro It however, the beds have been eempeated by heavy . raina foraing a crust and Silndaing a vigorous growth of grats It is very important to stir the eatire surface as quickly as possible by herse-power." Where the stand Is good and the land Is comparatively level~ some farmers have been pleased with the plan of cross-harrowing the entire surface with something like a Thomas smoothing harrow. Our own experience is rather i...

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 July 1888

Zt. &mmaang farmr. "The mlesinlg of Government, Uke the Dew from Heaven, Should Descend Alike Upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY JULY, 7, 1888. L. XIV.-NO. 28. TO THE END. o friend of mine! Stanch friend of mine! Rold last my hands, In roars. mad say. The love out I.eaping from yvour eyes; "Y'no hv re tlen friend to me alwasy, (Gd Iles~s you, friend of rmine. O fr end of mine! Firm friend of mine! FWe each lifet bitt 'rness hive knows And hand ia hand we bteth have stood. And now I have ' vu here alone God bless you, fricnd of mine! SOfriend of mine! Strong friend of mine! Your love has made my life s-em fair. Life goers too swift for lo:," like youar Yeor arm upholds me i' despair. t(sd bless you. friend ofr mine: 0 friend of mine! True friend of mane! ty fe.eble breath is fallin, fast Itoid close my hands, bend down yeer fae. Good-brC-yes--yfaithful to the last GoMd hles:; you, fnrend of mine! --.t f-rrnao S ai. in ...

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