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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 October 1878

....................... .n . - -..r '-- -. II I BI S.7a.RILLAI NGS4pF GOVER I.X'JT, LIKE THE DEWS FROM HEAVTE, SHOULD DESCE.D ALIKE UPON THE RIC(H AND THE POOR. COVINGTON, ST. TA ANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1878. 0. 40 . _ ___ _.___ I vrmTY Co e of DO*LLARS, GLE. NUBER A ,WIN CtU 'j place. Kontbly. iea ec or postpones. e·Ve following Distribution : 1'AL -PRIZE: 2,`,000. 'rie" AT $9.00 EACH. cK-- ETS, $.LO -OF PRIZES. | SE ........ . -.30,0'0 ae.... ; .. 10.006 h... ....... . 5,000 0 each . 5,000 , e ,ooo0 -each.. . 10,000 $100 each.... ... 10,000 $50 each......... 10,000 $20 each......... 10,000 $10 each......... 10,000 -,ret t 3 ATION PRIZES. -?rizeso. f $500 " o $200 ,, , $1,800 900 aP.i.nting to $11..400 Cirenlars, or send orders to )I. A. DAUPIlN, O. Box fi2, New Orleans, La. 4 * Grand-Etraordinary 8, -o-nder the snpervis ma r .gexent of .T: BBA~lIEGARD, of La. yJ :f A. RRI Y. of Va. 'o" a- OoEstorss A i , .rize $100,000. '[I °. le icokets $10.# .44l O ialPo--.lieo Ju...

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 October 1878

ST. TA ,, . FARMER. (Viehl julrn of . TuTmw an Pariah. 9 Y*TUTCUD.1Y. -- .... 2PubIaiZee. S BROOK:.. .... Editor. stJBRSCRIP TION.ilA TE.S One oopy, one year, . oo One copy, six months. 1 UO One copy, three monwths. 50. Bates of Advettising. Te rivues of ais (Brevier) y, or its. egic S! et is lger lipe, ditlas oass aps r nar rssmast oxa r.aUs. One square. 3.00 I 8 00 4.00 $20.0. Two squares. .00 009.00 30:.0 Three sq 6.' 16. 2500 40.41 Quar. elusha 8. 18.0 30.00 5o0( Balf oeagn s12. . 0.00 5o. 75.0 Wholehel'mn 90.00 50.00 75. 10.0( Legal dvertisments-One Dollar pet square for the Arst iaertion, and Fift Ceats for each snbsequent insertion. COVIN(TON, LA.: SATTRDAY, OCT. 26, 1878. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. nON. E. W. ROBERTSON. oAr Sde T eevter: MAJOR E. A. BURItE. ANATOLE COUSIN. Ar Ptarisk dalge: a. ;ossIER. MBr aeF : W. B. COOK. FRANCISCO DUSSE. BRmrras.-The present law re .ir . the Registrar to keep his books open until Saturday, the 2d day of November. Those of our eitisep who have not...

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 October 1878

iF,' THE .E4 CTION .a . BUEB TO BE T B. W.Roberbon Remains in Congre A. Cun, Sr., lec Bepreuentatavi Stand Forth, Bossier, AND Gustave, Depart!!!! Cook Elected Sheriff!!!! Do See the Coroner!!!! The returns from all parts.' thi p,arva give E. A Burke :a usi jbit: f4 388 ov, r G i'.rduer. and RI:ibrt .5'i30 S1,Ver L a-iwuIre. Auin:tol C'ousin is e:ecte.d It re::etative Sby a ta:nj:jr;ty f 96 over 1:r a iomeue ; ,t.undford Eo~sier i: ,.leettd I.y 33 maj;zrity over Dupart Cook ha:; a rmajoity of 40 ove, :hot.L. , nau.l L)nDu..: a majority oj t0) olver Cov-r. TLe straighl i;emcratsic- ticket has been erected. and ue of St. Tantmman, "ith all our sister parishes, so far as hearr tom, are snubjeeta. of congratulation. The elect.ion was quiet in the ex * treme--we btli-ve not a single dtis tnrbance of any kind u ccurring in the pnurih. Th re were adl kinds ol tickits in the fied, from our op poiuig e:Cndinat(s. hhit our Demo .c.atic fieund "took their'u sr:nii ht.' The're were but few vote...

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 October 1878

Wie y Bank Robbery. The gigantic robbery of the, :Imn battan Savings IIstimation in New. York city continues to b.e thlL s.nws-. tion in that and other cities of the orth and East. The rºtbbcr. were as shrewd in covering their iracks as they were ingenious in plauhnijg I the robbery. The 1:t:st reports state that of forty or fiftf: i,::. ~ stored away about twenty had beeniº opened and their coutents ri.Ld. It is possible the amounts tak u may be more than $3.O00,'0), .sitnc tiue contents of ten boxes contaiuing gold coin and government boxtis, with which the sides of the vault i were lined, have disappeared. The most singular circustanmce in con. nection with this robbery is that the janito, or watchman, was intrusted with the "combination" by which the mault of the bank could be opened. That officer, or servitor, was the man that the robbers attarr ed, handcuffed and forced at the peril of his life, to give up the combination by which they were nbshled to gain access to the stores...

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. — 2 November 1878

k Tammanq Farm r. *'THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERYMENT, LIKE THE DEWS FROM HEA VE, SMOULTD DESCEND ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." COVINGTON, ST. TAIA.NY PARISH, LA.1 SATURDAY, NOVBKBER 2, 1878. 1O 41 ENDENTED 4iATTRACTION! A 3MInuox DIuTrIUTED. V!ATZ LOTTERY CO ~Ihmtit tion was regularly incor .the Legislature of the State tional and Charitable purposes, : U With a Capital of S3LLION DOLLARS, ! i~he itb as since added a reserve ,. nd of $35O,OML Its ;D SINGLE NUtBER. DRAWING i take place Monthly. . 1 never sales or postpones. Lokat the following Distribution : ND PROMENADE CONCERT, d,~: r Ag which will take place the Ext raordinary 1I.-ANNIUAi L ) D AWING, -ArT N' Onr.Ew4s '.ad.y, Denmber 10th, 1878, Tbalrt Ml personal supervision and management of GOlGO. T. BEAUIREGARD, of Louisiana, aMOe.a JAIiAL A. EARLY. of Virgiaia. CAPITAL PRIZE: x,$100,000. b1 *QTICE-Tickets are Ten D a s ounly. Halves, $5. Fifths, $. ,TeutlsI, $1. S. L.t. or PRIZES. I Caurtrau.Pa of $100,000. 100,000 1. aDoAJ 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. — 2 November 1878

ST. TAMMANYr FARMER. (8jcial JoturwaL .'. Tarrarrurut i'ctiei.t. LS8UEI) Ei'ERY S.1 ( URD AT. W. C. MO;(<AN . Pu31isler. L.,SE;;AD R U i. .......;dicer. SLJDSCUFIPTIONV i:l TL ýs One opy, onety - $200 one opy, xix:nmo&ii. 1 O' O RP oo001. tutee zaoC xs. r- - - --- . '_-= Rates of Aavortising. 2 w-. fe ft i tBroiier) Iype. or· its equir laet !n &wrw ttpe, ej*tjfti0' a qSGiY. am UQoARE, wmat &&Xno?4. O4E rDOOLJa.. ;i , t)ne .quaia.. 53.$0'S 80014.00.$20.(Ci TWOias.t .V x.00 15.00L 20.00j !i0.00j Thmiqu't~~ 6, .16. =Q5 00 40.10 Quar. column! 8.0 18.00! . 50 00 HAlf coa 1lun 0.xmf50 Iasgal1 M,.eetia91ets-Que Dullir pe. sq ifaCrt t i.iom,a und Fkts. Veu Cdr bsead F ihierti n. SATUBDAY,,., NL, 2. I187g. Ir, T.!t . W.. 1WOBERTSON. br &tate 7?'vr er : MAJOD;C. A. BUIJKK. ora raeutative.: ;i.AIL4TOLE COUSIN. 4-'t-~---" ----riic ' br "r 7 ia&Jwje: I 'FRAN USSE. J. S. Be.4er and W.IB. Cook. a.ah.rBo*esier for Parish Judge and,W. B. Cook for Sheriff This announcement ...

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 November 1878

SzOaAL ITEMS. al A msursi Dar.-Yesteray be ing t~ 1i t $4Qvember, it was a day 'tU d ard joy to all who have ts ragnemRnt of heart to visit and pay Iro! IibSf to thdee graves in our whviich are the re ceptacls of solebody's loved ones. We opr "silent city" at twelve elek, 'amd were. pleased to note the any tributes of love w~h'i w re shown on all sider. F ea s I wreths oreaths of bright dowera ad devergreens were lavish ed :-pu all the graves by the hands 'e '1)ovi'giis2 fairest daughters, a.-1 t was late in the evening when. the rmehearbs, that knew so much of dir , deartein tranquil sad ar.ea dr 'thomee. a 1he toWal number of regis SIn this parish, to date, "are 77 white and 489 eol iteij rad No. 1, 152; No. 2, 90; -I-,I/ 5: No. 4, 22; No. 5, 71; 160,$;i ; No. ', 116; No. 8, 117; S of yellow fever W#*' nIMS is now at an end. bs.portst of the Board of Swrer only ten deaths iew eases for t'he twenti - ýenemding at twelve o'_ec_" . The city, we believe, ,.idered healthy. 'Mandeville,...

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 November 1878

The Stery of Some Girls. [Philabelphia Times.] Dirlsit has long been sumpested by deep-thinking people, are some what too mdmerous-probably in a -ret. many more ways than one. htigebt- there is anything in the American climate, or whether it is the reckless- freedom of the Ameri can easstitution, or whether it is something else the philosophers hase never even hinted, but it must be apparent to any one who reads the newspapers that the supply of girls is considerably in excess of the demand. So completely is this the case that ode man never has any trouble in going about the country marrying a girl here and another there, and still another somewhere else, until unthinking people would supposp there would be no girls left after four or five daring kind of men like this hqd made their rounds. But that doesn't seem to thin them out, and in spite of the fact that a man in New York had a dozen or so wies revolvig around him at once the other day, there are still. any nupber of girls on h...

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 November 1878

.3 1* PROM · Is 't.*N.ur3 p " I f i 1-1 Fries. _ ý c '.2' Lorn my he w ra the s mote pPf1pes. a cO ICrnT. i Atn Of ýiO SO. It Iwo eL~ isr'bto pke h Wh, 1818, ý Ell ký- E L3, .uf ugaiai. CA AL BIZE: - are Ten LhST or$1. ., 1 Pr2irsts 0OI0o sl0.oo0 1 PROM of 5SW. i 0s0o ~ 2jgnp~m~ O~Aa~ 000 ao o Za mi . 1 0 O (4.. - i t iculrs, d orders t L. A. AITPA N, U f4, u A.1 LI~"Lb p~sbLI Mf~9mqa000y - c ~ as-. Ti 1kJapan. r asea 6 were mills edat p~ olalis a: foice. ofr sut "700 coeoarncted; the 1e maehine~jwaa Ia have 50,000 'machine ugh the isa uom Ai " YO : Ul~5 1 ~ ~ (svto dns,gaene the prom r raw stag~ ready for T .of~cpton mach'ine;. groed to1hra~ kly ecomes whils he hstuffj process.. Itf] * heemrding mar clii; it then e osite tina are th Neit? the en4 of t' betW3ua bo r ceht 'o in lag tai t4 creased. It is a bins by which it ready for spin Di is reduced= br 1'; doubled, si ni en -The lass I p4 ~ shopis pus nninmach'i~e, ear spin.les ihe di - been up3uPn al th 6 of dfor giveis the into a...

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 November 1878

13T. TAM MANY FARMER. j V dbl#.akv. JesnjL. f e. 7hiuawa j P~arish. ~IsaEVERY S pIDAT, SW. C. MORGOAN...... PuSbaer. t ABROOK ......... Editor.1 . ~USCRfPTIO.V RATES Uas . one 3t!100 IP:ISý+y, three s, b0 , KýEates of A atiags Tea fiats otfiJ. (Breviere or its euuijv= uw iw ager vp! Eirp ides , ONE SQru E, P WU53rsor. WE DOZsrSDOir I I I I." W · rr ftw '1!9 75.0JO 100. 00 ý. , ertt ~ ~iare Jol per -da *Io . ,ba and ifty dish su s. U(insertion.. ' (VfIGTON; LA. SAL MY, NOY 9, 1878. 5Iiourta *oathsagoImade my bow te ý'lc sthe editor of this parp; t that-time, I expected[ the isý wogqd .be permanenk ,,U hasZ L bes? nubIhed t~ihese M*r m4ºIhntW'etiret y iasn f hIbe Deiuamaric. pa4r fr. Morpn has bad no 1 otliuv viewtlihan t ec- I tioaewotýs pare Dernoer o ickets an~* that o)' ~e,4a bheed $ihe& th p .psubi tion of the g' r fIis name will ceese with s'iaCNr 31L Morgan authorises "' uwt. y that he has never sought 1 I~to Daa' money frond thepeaty with' shis puper; he has never had prop...

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. — 9 November 1878

cii3 -,~~-rge;~~:I b·b - Y . 1"94 died m defor ais Iatdianthe ight 'g "smiena who I y und~a~lr pner *S.UUWU~ilhi 4ýt* t~h might bs aakd e s fit; "oddi'iada not b Eit outade of the ·-~Si; ·the bdom of 00i y - - . .fuis re al of t. - ~WO takeun Twe" kind y Lour, of: bk~iak' late '?-.~~L~0 in oneed -the 0h ware r _e~1i a few ek `' c o b@ oxen at y al Itud of all t ·j~L~~a~i &e, and 'I oroI~T ,ra pinduia bq m t 4 laytmuf' hs n4 , i doman chiat l I I Il II. e ~p aqArtsknjp hu· dii~flthe 1ie"uit fat Mait hassprtg·fat b bat~ ih.the Ol~~~~ust.hs * nmemiasd scamp &sbBEkouifkhhu We wnda ed, happy, sam in Arm, Together, you and I. And wo.ds of love wespoke so warm,, In 4js nowlang gune T, We sat benth theW loa trS, ' Upon the mousy ground. And with many bonied isses tis Our warmest love we bound. 'Twas at the little Sulphur .pring, Whes we ao often me t We sronled'togpther-queen and king Do yoremember y, NHow prett, LeA this wor rlso brght!'t I. Itmerely em tob. Alas' this life is but ...

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 November 1878

Questionu and Answers. "What is this ' "ls8 is a lion, called by some folks the king of beasts. - .· a sharp look a tainw, to that you may herea tebe Wple to tell a Lou fr'oi "WMat is the color of :a lion. ? "Their natural color is tawrnv. Where- #datleed. oe fixed off wis red, w·iteand blu you may be sure that some circus swan has been painting him." "Lionst must be very strong." "S&r theyare. It as a psy tlhat their streugth caunoL be used xit drawig streetcars." "Awe-thefm any wild lions in this conutry "' '1rus vaiy mmany; but then we'd advise yon to get into the house as night comes. Africa i the home of the .idi. He has every ehance to S prMed ~ ef there; the nights are so warm that he doesn't:-ave to " draw his tail into his den far fear of r froset. S 'an- a lioa carry offan or ' 'l is said fat he can, but it woauld be far better or the qx to mery hails lt fbef1ore the lion got hold of 'hlm.'" Theie isin't much doubt -tat a lion ;ould trot orff quite y iai b iLt r " dow ...

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 November 1878

+F MEW ".TlE BLEB VGS ('F GOI'ERyE T, LIKE THE DEWSi FROM HE.4 rE3, SIOU -4LD D~rý(E'ZEX#A KE PUI 'O TIIH1EtiICI AXD THE POOR." 1 COVINGTON. ST. TAWANYA PPA1$, LA., SATURDAY, NOVE gER 18. 1878. *0. 43. ~~a U~~TLB~~~YT -' --~-` - .rw iA. CEDENTED RACTION! j a MJLUaoN DIsTRIBUTED. W ATE rLOTTERYY CODIR tio. vas regularly moor She Legislature of the Stakt andi caritable Purposes, O LL1JI4 DOLLA5, FL To m fhit bas rince added a reserve load of It. ' 'DRAWING WIm zUtake place Xonthly. a it aever ma7es ot podpopwea. lrok At Id fowing Dbsrilkutio.:D *AND PROMENADE CONCERT.. daerie Which will take place the 5Efll.AN'UAL AWtAWL'G. A -AT N!w Oar.w'sls Ty u stadu, Dcnaber 10th, 1818, tnder phe eap l n enperririon and zn~aiaau ekLu ut _ (z.s G. T. BEAU 11 EtiA1W, of Louisiana, aia* ueAa. JAI,&AA" A.: =..& vi 1. ~tiri* CAPITAL PRIZE: $100,000. a WNKOTICE-Tickets are Ten o $t Ten"~r LIST or PRIZS. I CAMAL Peas of $S100.000. $100-00 - SGasa PaRnsOf . 5I0O.0. 000 1 03133 Pa of.. 20.000. 20,...

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 November 1878

ST. TAMMANY FARMERU (jtuci rn J'ral of N. 1nu'>. )4 rid. ISUUED EVEi'L SkATU-AY. J. E. SM1TfH ° ..... .PaornwanOI:. W. O. KENT .... .Eazrrox. SUBSCCRIPTIOPVN RATES Sco;py. one year. ....... .. .$ 00 q M copy, six months............. 1 W0 060 copy, three moathl.A ........ , Rates of AdW~rrtising. Tea ines ojIMa (trevierj 1type, or .h. quic alertg i layro type, coni'::de a sqeuare. oar SQyUSf, rFrr INSERTION, ONE DOLLAR. 1- One square..is 3.00( 8.00,$14.0020.00 Two squares. 5.00 12.00! 20.00 30.00 Threesquatre(e 6..0 15.o00 25 o 4o0. Quar. column q.0 18.001 30. 50 00 Half column 12.00 30.001 oi0.00 75.00 Whole col'ml 20.00 50.001 75.00 100.00 Legal Advertismenrf--One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Personal e.rds, , en admissable, ten cents per line, payable in advance. COVINGTON, LA.: Saturday, Novemaber 16. 187? Salutatory. In assuming the editorial manage ment of the FASEar, we extend a .cordial greeting to our many frien...

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 November 1878

s I . FARMER. CO FI VE uBER 16, 1578. ITEMS. I interest trans on of the Parish held in Coving toin "st 1 ripe, but not com ing . on very freely. So es were brought in i last". cxih were the first we hare gesmon. 1 cold wehther set in theme a, general exodus of eame over:from the city unmmer in Coring toil ,ie and family, and as , went over on the elia last Monday. ant social gathering took the.residence of Mr. (I Wednesday even uig being a farewell by Mrs.Guedry and aher Williamis, to their in .Coviugtou. Mr. ( ily came to Coinig low the ,eason and have uei here. They e, pr es well pleased with Co d ai.ticipate return ing er. T'.e eveing was speat frolic, gamuDes aZn d the guests were treat ec dehlicaries of' the sea eson. - -.sed or pleas anti , le lat.hte Tour the cons .p; -ith many warm ishe . healt'h aid future t ýel roCi!sn hosts. We. ieIettc_ from Mr. C. Ii ý XNew Orleats, lasts t Tb nn:i.un that the sale U f t P:eld arier's Asso- P ca y, iii Madisonville, n S1as '.tjioned .nt...

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 November 1878

ST. TAMM.ANY FARMER. '1~IN( MY s',uVN MBJRE i -. It;. .Si. TMPUS Fl'UGIT. v Seeetlng time of Youth and Lore; So quickly pmaeinig by, At halcyon days of bygone years~ W'hose reaaiem ia a sighi, SCa cae sck again in .ireau to-night. Ye phantoms fair and sweet ! S.4.1ht lovingly seth ghosts. as these Aly hungry soul shall "reet. 1 fain woul.l bid iemembranee blot This present page of Lite. !'hose writing is the record st.ern Of bitter toil and stri e. That I in fancy's vision bright. Worth all the world to me, The blissful scenes of long ago Yet one again msight see. TheL, gentle sleep, for this one night Lull every thought of pain. And in Sy alreams -my sleeping life Give back my youth again; Give back the love, the tro:e, the trust. The faith so fall and free; The loveld an lost of yore r-turn Retura again to me ! NANNIE. t I can not set down in so many b words just when or how it came to h s understood between my partner, John Stillman, and myself, that I ,:as to marry his daughter,...

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 November 1878

=THRF B L E .S tY'S OF WWTEkNTX1. LVT"Ih TIfE LEJ i kFTI 1Om K'1_9; . silULD . 7 ) V! J1LTKE UPON TAW-C JRI- AND, TIE P')OI"R V-l . - -.- -. O I - _ Vol. 2·.., CQVJINTON. ST. TAIQEANIY PBmSH, LA,. SbaTUIDaY. NrOV~ihU~EB 23. 1878. T T ºAº,O .ID (his sL1 : ILL: I TSD I, "Thiu Inicjitj4pFýl v ije"Jpy t par~tcdJ by thie Leg1i-thir3. ..t tiueft tarIuc i'raIiQIAl blit is Ji.r~ eb. ONE ULLWYci . 44I `e- whnioa +iR -hca'eues added, rewrwe -. a tuadtf tIOctkASi. ItA , -~ Al 7 Ink tea.~~ip, p: a %z 3 º:5r s r J is.lcrr ba -s rn )orpoYdUfp. j;;eok att V. ~..xII f. Lutri1bxtia xx * ?'l 1-adtn.r! y t' .i" "t1" 'ra .w Lt4btttrr ..-.f . fi,, ' ,s. , "O :II t Ai qiiitgP ,~ItJtahS& £4e ~~irahlaLY tiE VuruguahaL f V llarsi~ et..: )aIe,'$...'"W "?itla1 ` fX) &t $1 f _ *)1 UY( 1011 no r t^ ý 1H : ` JO do 11.-179 Prise a, ai tmfl 1z4 to.... GEN I C ` TLLPU1U4 SifC. of Ts:t . fi e .. - . 4 - "r7· I · · 'ritefor Cren! s, ors, ndo atk-b.? 1 .trrND Pn 5Af.6-, SU*RU ~A 4 Lincs~I·iEF~~Y rIrZ.oI F. O~c...

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 November 1878

$T. ?TEXANIY PFARK. J. .wTH . - PSwran W. G. $$N 1L . R....... 41 w" p 4-4e;feaw...........z tc .epy, qil *ons...... I GO ADesapy, krge Iuaethn.... .. .. Xatp. ,$. k4iertiaijg. 7e* lImes"t ` (0esriner)fg, p 90I1* OND UwUg? WtRT w rRg~ifow. aes no ItOLL1 ý NI SDa p tue gor the .irst i3. ertin. an'l Fifty ?O ~ s. 15.00 3 9 403000 50 SO0 tents bur each subsequent insertion. Perumo alard, wken a.amisable, ten %.ceab per line, payable in advance. SOOYINGTON, LA.: ustwu my, . Noveumbe 23 I87R. Itayee is a No. 1 fraud, figur .e ly apeaking. a ras Shakpeare's father iea bird? When he as a Whip poor-WilL difermiaaa promnoigde in Isar of £0SogIig - a p lniebment JW riae. Where KE ? The Repabliman pluralis a Pe. -rylvania is ,000 rvute, yet it is in - minority to the extent 6f 62,000 wroes. Eighteen out of forty-two oom-! inittees in the last House were left I .without chairmen at the late elec-! tions. Why was Noah's Ark like a cor. orstion cart? Because one was ~ophirwood. and the other is g...

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 November 1878

ST. TAXXANY PARER. ,OPVINrTO,1 NOT aBER5 23. 18s. LOCAL ITEMS. I.smoous.-There will be preach ing to-morrow (Sunday) morning. at 11 o'clock, at the Methodist C'hmeb, by the Rev. G. T. Vick er- All are eordially irvited to at tend. . Weather clear and enl. We learn that subseriptiona are bsi~g eely made for the purpose of adiuag a bridge across the Teb river. Last Saturday the sUl of fity dollars was sub-i acrlheiMa Covington, in ifteen in -int- 'Ib. At this rate it would nt bblonrg to raise the required' r It' may therefore be con-' dnuMeun. established fact that the r ljd l *11 uuon'be built. 8t~s Da&vu.--Iest Sunday M. Csanr Gray, aoonm two other colored men, p, come to to town, having in the country the When within about I a omntriutn, mar comr-, of hl faiut and sick, ua 'own I, the roadside. Not better, one of his conm- I j to town after wedi- I He made three at xtinae on his war, but he fell to the ground i Sleas. His acmalaanionsa on a horse and brought - wiwghtn. conveyin...

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 November 1878

ST. TAMMANY_ PPLMRS. t',jIWV(irt v. 1rl~v P BE V& this.9 LOvWa ZVZEL, Love in a Iet otrr; ai Ue s? Litt .A week wvttuowt M'AtUIg: ::1.1 thy :mot night lit ; wr w'on. As if her gie.tn were i~..j5i The Gie 'i pirii'.' Li. 1::t. L; ·:tL; He uLIvlr !'.!t the~ir hilj~ lies.t uiei-,'tiiay tr c - To J.rc atLt u.'in- gjth CIw ofl4 roruere-" Afh. fave rmi dny .trI will'cPe riteg.ity Ier:. 'T!tt- 61:.l of i."t~e kiuri.ius;.' --yo a r~i· Jve Je eer. --..ne wi m re_ lttir, Anti setmiLthse ur Ct^.d ;11 6 \.ie-c- ns~; A frit·cdd?- Ico::!?t will s,!·:Et y..lt thlrrp, , Wh.O'll Cu> r Love',. vv, r-;xl~a' ,:a;;. Venm. flew ba'i : oho i ;*ý- tooks f:.w Jg. nr& y own 8ita. pýih ieian. .1 'r~e uarel fi.4 Vu ti w-' th.iu the 4i~i e. UJI; npus -hook with fatigue r; i'iA. i Lrefwae never at lie ca'e, An&d never idum1ijely rflet. GX Y1VILJA ROM .Y¶IN E. Tr.W t'lk -hous, llook~ like a small fra:gment of Ranae :ucient cas tle of the Old Woa . .Its flt .vwals were of' p:-le g~tyv son, the j ag,...

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