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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 September 1883

THE ST. TAM3MANY FARMER. UCOVINGTON. SEPT. 9. 1883. Masonc--Covington Lodge, No. 288, F. and A. M., meet at their Hall, over W. C. Warren's store, the second Satur lay in every month, at 7:30 P. K. LOCAL ITEMS. Go to Griswold's for jewelry, etc. 119 Canal street. New Orleans. District Court will meet on Mon .ay after next. A small gold neck-chain, with charms attached, was found yester ,day morning. See alvertisement Why does the steamer New Ca melia, on excursion days, always leave Old Lauding ten minutes ahead of time? A number of honorable gentle --en are making arrangements to -organize a lodge of Knights of Honor in Covingion. Why is it that the public school trustees of the various wards have never made any reports, to the Parish Board, as required by law? The Police Jury meeting has been postponed from tha first to the second Monday in October, in .order that they may. be in session during court week. Ih nearly every parish in the State the Democratic party is or ganizing and...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 September 1883

'ý: !;:. TAMMAXY 1'AR'iT'R. V I \WL'OX. SEPT. 29. 1Nh3. PL.\.IZI{I14ES Ai\1) I)EA1°IJS. We »iil.d.ci h Mauriage ani Death No alff.4 iD t .. I tECýL1s& fr7e,(' ckrq.qr'. I'bhe iv.17; u-. it pleinl-, Hill sent in l -, :: "" I:' Friliav evvqin;. Con ia-u! .t'- ;iarks ;avi, obituari". will 1 a!":1 €i )r t our re..z'l.t. zllve tisiug t · R sesaale Cottage. UCESRLY CONVENT HOUSE. CO IN GTON, JA. Is N.,W OPL' TO THL PCBLIC. 3oard. per Month, 635; per daT,, $1 50. $F7S. L. C. IeBRETO X, Mar. 2gfT. This bIwttifnI rei...t neP, frortin_ on -1 :i ti /;-." F~i~aid is ono' of t.~- gioa~t tit' ?. h"tiii i..l .c.1 ellarwing j·luc in Lw iius 'ai,. l.lt.-d1 v. its he'.ltuvº ~ixuate. z~n.I 1,.r it-. -ie raatt.1 springs. I'uuilit'i desiring to procure board IiiI J.. by applying .in the pieiuiils5.e.r .rt o... 3Jb Si'. Ltih.LIPFE J rKslK(EI , Ma 4'rle.ins. Claiborne Cottage. Pine Woods Retreat. COVINGTON, LA. Board per M1euth, $33; pea This charming resilenca. situated on t ill. ojj4',isc·e tile to...

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. — 6 October 1883

it _ý aRIA___lrl_________ "T:1 Ek.!Ti r c 2-verinet. iike t he he Dews from IHeaven. S::'ald Descend Alike uon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 9. CO -TO. ST. TAMMANY PARISH. LA. OCTOBER 6. 13 3. NO. 40 PR0 . BO;LP~A AMT .. ... .. .... . paho.i, ,i:::; ·l, ·. , ; , Wifl j.. 'Cler::a tJi: ", ala ('iiu~:u L*.. the ~2J:h L. L:.a :a. c:.:~ cul.aaC montid JOSE PI3L A. Ru~tD AT rI'JR . AND~~ CU INGTA'N. .a E. D3. 4-3A¶~DTD2'~ A rý=e La :; All · 4ýtei G-LTYQ t al af . , .L t .I i A .: . . 1 A . -t- E DR. E. 2. A .? ia'c~ a ·: ;.C::c: ;I;: · DR. toN . 3. i' Tic.Lt a.... ~ iur 1*'1 PA7 v a~ We c'antro r. . enter, err.ta.. *) , Fatics. a' is ha3 'lie. I r. 0'shat! il t , to suach a 'r'at.".c9 rta'a I; mantis. m an ;*: .1_ . . . .". . . ae--- - IL year. _i :.n .L···-.~-; '.i:)· ·f 1151 .-t' . Jsin 7% iLL.cr3 T OF a iEwI FtrLORISTS and Eu(ibe. F~czCir Bui'".ý c:.9 1.1:l low tiur -aft ,.i`. Lb~ ýM1S SEA~l~rSIBLEY &CO. FR&EI 3'il\~o cc. z.acaai~·v~ni. I L~M mt kv swn ii Ii .I 1. . :'.. Htt., ...

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. — 6 October 1883

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER. .. -- - Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. i. KENTZEL.'.......Epron ind y.simeas -Manager. Offcai Journal of the Parish of St. Tammahy. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SCuUI' IuP'7'TON RA TES Onecopy, one year .............. 2 00 One copy six wonths. ........... 1 00 Qneaopy three mnnthe........... 50 COs' ia.tOhae Oct. 6, 183. Notice. The ONEY ORDER Department of the Co'ngton P'ostoflice will be open from 09 . n. till 4 P. N. A. If. Drmas, P. M.. The puniic schocls of New Or leans will be opened on the 3d of December next. The city papers announce that money is easier now than it has I been for a long time. It has finally been decided to have Pt- Charles street, New Orleans, paved with Barber asphalt. "Why don't you ask a blessing?" said the boarding-house keeper to bhe boarder. He looked all over the table, and gloomily answered, i "I'd like to know what for?"--Met B)anc Traveler. ,. "I am speaking," said a long .wiuded orator,."for the benefit of posterity." "Yes,"...

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. — 6 October 1883

*WHE ST. TAMMANY i'ARMER. COVINGTON. OCT. 6. 1883. Maso.ic-Covington Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. M3., meet at their Hall, over W. C. Warren's store, the second Saturday in every month, at 7:30 P. M. LOCAL ITEM8. Go to Griswold's for jewelry, etc. 119 Canal street, New Orleans. Densely foggy mornings prevail in thi region. The Police Jury will meet in regular session next Monday. The jury term of .the District Court will convene in Covington on Monday next. There must have.be~t two gold neck-chains, with charms attached, lost last week. We had two calls, this week, for the one that was bound and left at this office, but it .didn't prove to be the one they were .looking for. FOR SALE- A COW AND CALF. APPLE AT THIS OFFICE. Rev. N. B. Young will hold ser .vice in the Methodist Church to )nortow morning and evening, .at ,the usual hourp. Arso, at Page's scho9lho"ue, at 3 o;elock in the afternoon. The public are invited .to attend. Mr. Mfijton Burns, o Ch(gbby Hill Plantation, has furnished...

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. — 6 October 1883

r ST~1. ; .iiUJTNS i1 AR3TER. r'!)V. [\(-';'. OC. o .r 1 i8.S !t t-R GUACES ANI) DC ATTS. as t.'rr: g' and Di-.thl No vi t!,'F 1s-:r:.r f,--r..f char.;. They :.. u' . pli;tainiid au . eat in P1c ri. evening.. n . ..r""= . +: ':, i4 obitinarieR wri:I *1 ithzoia2 Cottage. :,.Z LT CGflViT HOUSE'',. j CO VINOTON, LA.. "I No;- OPES TO THI PUBL:C. S. per. :e t ont:A, S35: per * e4ar', 1 5tU. -- A SC. LeBPFTOV Mrnager. * . nir r'~ .''r.~ frortin, on * · i al. is *.:!t of t '?,.'st *t· t ., j ,·tr its 1,e-v climate. and * i *.i d sirina to pm. nre 1op~rd can *u ,"r Iug:ZD oji thne p. "rs.~ s, - i t -I ·. tj- S!i.l iLIlIIZfhr 1,i~iS i, N.F~L Claiborne Cottage. -'i eo Woods Retreat COVINGTONT, Ll. fl:;,nd r'er Month, $35; per1 Ltaa, till 5t). qu' "'uing re-i.lnnc" .. itntedt' on I I..ti 7 I IL xm.. } --i *.s .enn. .1''~i f~r m :'. t Ititi c.. 1 ' :, "'^.l ' .1 fo\r ! ai~` r~u rric~ ' 2' ..: * NjF II.N. 1Vat *' :in'i'i - 1. i-. it.n, to e'irt',-nn" ?'nr cc }.. j'q t its Ari .I *Z *' ","TI. :II...

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. — 13 October 1883

" ·.,i -S~ -1..S 3:ýý .`ii.°:a i.:"IL J : a t .C .'_: L, o :. Clnr-- -·.. V+ '" CC) '.rN1'o Tc. S+'. TA AT ?A RISI LA. O'; T C_ ?" W NO. 41 1)' _ s\T S P(7ILaf n" T P_' ! rJ T Or_. ý Ec. R? O. q BOLT VARi -lED ,,,,r %D.3 paho.e, 1ve..tiII l;UUI, 7L. ltllrlat..lr1. L·. t saa31.r an1 Livaltu ntuu. a±iy - JOIN WADJS VOR1TE4{ ATINJLCEK ANu Caxa:ss Lot-A.T-LA'r.' fr'r.\aa*iahsou, Ix.. ¼, c i ll i)r~a, a ,c j t 4 t .."aaýut-t a.ti tIt*i u ± ix l 2 J L : U i i. t , i~ t, tl t; 1 . 4 1 L 1 a U &. L t i t mo~uthl O30.3FL?4 A. R LD, meeL W&Trj r ill j :Jd .4.1 llr·( 1; 1,1 CfOVINiI0ON, Li. E. A.U L i; Al utituu,5 i ... .. .t : L J1J *J .:itl0.1~, "[ .i;.. LIt: t.'., -. \ je1e o . ca u U.3~:.t: ti.. ..t JUJi ' Fa 1' IziL ~ j, JDR. i. R. RA N DCC _ 'ren.1ers hais jit"i., , : r;., DR. B. B. 1 A gratain..* ',f iit- N.a , ' ~ :, .. ,.- . c*L :UiC*C-. IUe J`:. I ij .··. 1 t- . .: t . FiCti ti: tuk t IIt*..:d. t;-...., --"- " -.. " Store, iu DR. GEuIIGE T~3!UL. Phy ician au i i,;:1'` _ .l .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. — 13 October 1883

'THE S r. 'rTAiANY FARMER. Lire8. S. V. K ENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KlENTZEL ........ EDrroO tAd Rusiness Manager. Oficial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUISCRIPTI'ON RA4 TES One .lO py, one year.............. S2 00 One -o;py iax amonths. .......... 1 00 (lue jvio t:irec months....... ...50 Covington, Oct. i3, g18S3 Jack Frost doesn't say anything, but he indulges in freeze peach. About the only troubles that coaie single are fussy old maids. To speak of the thread of an ar gument, would imply that the whole thing is a "yarn." -ecglle learn wisdom by experi en ce. A man never wakes up his becond baby to see it laugh. Why is a wrinkled face like a well-ploulghed field? Because it is furrowed with care, of course. Judge Hoadly, Democrat, was elected Governor of Ohio, last Tues- I day, by about 12,000 majority. The Agricultural Department es timates that the cotton crop will be 1,000,000 bales short of last year. It is rumored in Canada that Sir Stafford ...

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. — 13 October 1883

THE ST. TAM MIANY FAEfMER COVINGTON. OCT. 13. 18s3. MaIsoNic-Covington Lod eo, No. 188, F. and A. M., reieet at theit Hall, over W. C. Warren's store, the second Satur lay in every month, at ;7.30 P. x. LOCAL ITEMS. District Court has been in ses .sion all the week, and will probably adjourn to-day. We will publi.4h , synopsis of the proceedings next week. The dignity of the Court mnst be preserved. This is ol,c of Jud.e. Thompson's iunflaible rules, whic!h a couple of gentlemen discovered to their cost this week. ,Onr.duties as Clerk cf the P.olice Jury compelled us to be el:,ent from the office a portion of the time this week, hence we are unn ble to present our usual amiount of }aading matter to-da:y. The succession sale of F. 1M. Pip po is read vertised to-day, thil prop ,erty failing to bring its tappraised value last Wednesday. It. n ill ibe sold on the 3d of Novemlber, on twelve months credit, for what it will bring. One of the Court officers was in dicted, by the Grand Jury,...

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. — 13 October 1883

MA!If:. t f .. Z4.bNI I)E\ AnI'II t ýLý\"L-lei ac:li t. U F 1 ýr.ý:)ý.I WYe pu:.;is": '"f-.r...tY nItl D..dla No tio4* iii t*:." t'L. i : ' /~ .i'e ./ ., .L !..+ L . pi ci::iV. au I set I,: IJCAI."." 2 k:" U. lit! a-t t 4 ? Ltr I····l. .~r i\L..tib ti. L_ 3l 12.r.i C3z t.ve. ,s c EX L7-E E CO VririT HOUSE. CU~INL10N3S LA. Is NV. (:r_- L TO T~IQ I'kI±W. Doawa. csu e' )U9li3, x,33; pcaj .ti l.. r t·.:. ···i·;· "Z I i~,c~,rilr- iie ··l :ýU. 3.3`l tt. l'uLL~;:r'a 3'i: 41 1'. Scu ~UrýC.L.~ta. 4laibo_ ue Cottag~e. Pima &Ls as R etreat. (XJViNGIN, La. hoard per MIouth, 635; per This ularwuinz resi.letac. r.itnat.d ox. 6 hlili. ut. ý."2ite till I.J1b (of x;oiVU t.x, }fu tilt tº::llt~i (t tii"! :i.), tit k' 11i rl\er. befil. using uo.:Le . fur its heiaetla~li cai 32tate. ani" .,eammtzhxt riu is 442M rtltioauitli.Il:I.-.t for Its Ileelreiiceut~ ri' 1ijo dui 4 6irrin{" . Iirt.·r illctct.(c~l. kannilxt, .I!ilririu tl pr-'.eure bonrd 1)olm ses, s.texr i.t t.4Ik2iu2 tray, Mitt. lath, aMtUL ER...

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. — 20 October 1883

"The .leasings of Gd*eraeaet, Like tie Lews fcsm Heaven, Shonid Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 9. COVINGTON, ST. TAIMMANY PARISH, LA. OCTOBER 20, 1883. NO. 48 PROFElSSIONAL CARDS. BOLIVAE EDWARDS, Attornby-at-Law, *AMITE CIi .............. L. will practi.3 in the p u-iri;:ls of of:."_i pahoa~, %%usLingtoll, 1t. '~rlli) ~ slia~:la and Livt'ng .hmu. (ci I ly ,JD-'7-T WTADS WORTHI aTT3:SieTaS3 i ;,L'i2l2to)!;. I..l:t. 271j11 piii.t:et. iii tuits !.i~ ':a it .Jnti eial Ahst..ct, N ill be xc'ifl~l tit ti' ('lerk's jAi:-t, in Cciu~gt".ut 1*. s the 2JtLa to Lilt list ui ea d:1 C::ic i-tn znofit 1 J332PEý A. LL Arrfa eiir all U3U>tisi~.Lý, jl-s t-AUr-LAW CO VJXN .i'UN, LIv. E. D. $3A u2 DA3RS Att rney-a a-L aw* F. A. &~uYOL.I; JZuST~iC~u OF 'czi:: 1'u:.iCiZ Orrx11i ++ý"-t'.' irt1±0uuu .'t u 2ngtc.t . L: u Tenu.,' 1K11! 'R 1. A. W u 2RZL . JUSTICE OF T-;V: t .;:?;.4:i L%-ilr cI:i IF~·~.·! ~ "i ··it~ A griluzate .f the :( .i_. 3: i l plot..'.:sls'r"r :t. ..vices to the...

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. — 20 October 1883

·THE ST. TA~MANY YARMER Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, proprietresi -V. G. . KENTZEL........ EDITO And IBusiuesp Manager. Official Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDA) SUBSCRIJT11'TION RIA TES Onp copy, one year.............. 0(1 One copy six months. ........... I !1 .One copy three months........... 5( Covington, Oct. 2Go 1883. THE FIRST t14.IN. , HALuoo, LA., Oct. 15, 1883. -EDITOa ST. TAiMANS FAt AILR: The first passenger train on the New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad passed my store this morn ing, at half-past 11 o'clock, bound South. From outward appearance, the coaches are very line. Yours, etc., W. B. Por.TEL The "Racket reporter" of the Times-Democrat refers to the arri val of the above train in the city, as follows: The first through train over the New Orleans and Northeastern road arrived in the city Monday evening at.6 o'clock, beariung trie following party of officials: Mlessrs. G. Bous caren, chief engineer; R. Carroll, general superiutendent; S. Whiin n...

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. — 20 October 1883

S'iE ST. TA-L\IA'ty FARIEti COVINGTON. OCT. 20, 18S3. MAsoc---Covington Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. M., meet at their I Hail, over W. C. Warren's store, the i second Saturi ay in .'ery mouth, at t 7:30 P. II. -------- -- S LOCAL ITEMS. See Council proceedings, in ano 4-er coiuipn. The moon got so full it run over, and then we had rain. We regret to learn that Mr. Thos. s Lunn, Sr., is lying seriously Wil at a his residence in the city. t Although the mud has no soul of I' its own, it adheres to the soles of others, and is "wet! heeled" in toto. ij Mr. S. B. Staples has been on the i sick list for a couple of weeks, but u is recruiting, and will soon "be e himiself again." 1 There is considerable sickness among the children, principally' light colds and fevers. Nothing it serious, however. The wife and family of Dr. -Smith, dentist, (who formerly re aided in Covington,) arrived here Thursday evening. Mr. Robert Badon has applied for letters of administration on the .estate of the late ...

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. — 20 October 1883

" ,.iI IL."L.II.'--- ---m.-,I, -,--- --,-"... ATHE ST. TAMMANY 'ARMIEfR. COVINGTON. OCT. 20, 1883. S~ALI AGES AND DEATHS. Wepublish Marriage and Death No $eee in the Fa.sr free of charge. They nest be written plainly, and sent in y six o'clcck Friday evening. Con gratulatory remarks and obituaries will 'be sharged for at our regular advertising rates. Rosedale Cottage. ;ORMERLY CONVENT HOUSE. COVINGTON, LA. Is Now OPEN TO THo PnLIC. Board, per Month, .35; per day, $1 50. iMRS. L C. LeBRETON, Manager. This beautiful residence, frorting on the Bogue Falia, is one of the most de lightful and charming places in Louisi ana, noted for its healthy climate, and for its eelebtated springe. Families desiring to procure board can doso by applying on the premises, or at &o. 338 ST. PHILLIPPE STREET, New leans. Claiborne Cottage. Pine Woods Retreat. OOVINGTOX LA. Beard per Month, 835; per Day, $1 5t. * This charming residence, situated on a hill, opposite the Town of Covington, on the banks ...

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. — 27 October 1883

"The Riessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich knd the Poor." VOL. 9. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. OCTOBER 27, 1883. NO. 41 PROFESSION-L CARD!!. BOLIV AR JD W'ARDS, Attornby-at-Law, AMITE CLIf.............. .L. Will practire in the parishesirflXni pahoal, 1,asinutton, ,t. 1.:u1ui ut.. a. kblren't and Livmzindit us. ..ll 13 JOHN WADS WOR TH. ATrollxE AND eraiIK H noul, l.a. cial J~J;Citri t, Wil ;it- at tl, '- 11( (lark's o~iie"., in L'u)viu t":n, La... ireo~ the :""'ti ti tue list ul cant ua;du.n.(t month. JOSEPH. A. REID, ,.r ronse l Avg COONS iELLS:)I:-ST-L +W COVING fUN, L.1. E. D. 3AUND_ ERS, º. Attorney-at-Law* - tended fzo: sii:ri, caýL .t:: l .';t i :.ii ...1. A ý A. (ityil, ccii Ctr, et::. t1t:.CL2VL.. Covinatea. lat. T F. A. 2-l'YOL,. JL~z2'2L or ISIL 1f .1t:E. OFPItCE-Coalrtl ln~isc, t' iliJ:tau, La PR. E. R. R.AIN DOLPh LAT.': OF N'_-1 !JS:LL:.t\, Tellers l1'i l*"'l'' ":i" si. i?' to the peop~ie tt~ iI1p~.l.Z. D.R.B. A gf...

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. — 27 October 1883

TIHE S r. T,..,.MMANY FAIRMER Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress 'Y. G. KENTZEL.. ...EIurTo And ItCsiness Mleager. POfficial Journal of the Parish of St. Taminhay. ISSUED EVERY S ATURD Y SCUJSCRIIPTION IIA TES One copy, one year..............$2 0(0 One cojy six monthsl ............ 1 ti( Onelopy threc months........... 50 Cu.ovinllgtlloa, Oct. 27, 183. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. IT MEEST AND . l)E:GANIIIzS-BOSS FITZPATRICK OUSTED A.l RHING Rus. BUSTED. The Democratic State Central Committee met at the St. Charles Hotel, Swre Oc'eans, last Monday, ski was called to order by Chair man Fitzptrick. A dispute arose over the admissiou of Mr. Browin, from twelfth ward of Orleans. I:L *ppe rs that the ward club elected a successor to Mr. Brown, who is a State pflicer, and consequently is compdled to spend most of his time at Baton Rouge. The twelfth ward club had elected Mr. Great house, a staunch Ogden i-,an, to succesd Mr. Brown, bat the co:n mittee decided that a public officer did not lose ...

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. — 27 October 1883

THE ST. 't.1 11 \fANY rFAlMEll COVINGTON. OC.r. 27, 1883. MIARRRIAGES AND I)EATIlS. We publish Marringe snd Death No ticeg in the I~rn'.::: /r'': ,''4 c. 'Th,:- v must be written pIl.tily, and, sent in by six o'clock Fri i y evetning. ..- I graulatory rema r.cs alia obit :tri,,' will be ohargel for at our regular advertiying ates. M.IsoNme-Covingt on Iodgit, N'X. i 188, F. and A. M., nniet at their" Hall, over W. C. Warren's store, tl:e second Satiur lay in every month, at 7:30 P. ar. LOCAL I TEMS. Yesterday was the coldest day of the season. Nearly two months have passed, and not a sign of an ovteL.r boat yet. This is one of the hardliipsl's of rural life. Mr. H. W. S. Lund requests all per.ons indebted to him to coime forward and settle their accounts before 'ha 15th of November next. See advertisement. Tile young ildy who promi.:ed to4 send us a cake if it rained last week doubly redeemed her proisive-bihe sent us two fine cakes last Tuesday. Many thanks. It looks as though it mi...

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. — 27 October 1883

THE ST. TAM ANlL'Y FAR.MEI PROCEEDINGS --OF THE POLICE JURY - OF St. Tammany Parish. * Cc:intor., La., Oct. ,, 1Is3. The Police Jury met on the above date. Present--J. 31. Allison, 31. B,;rn: A. Consin, P. Wlch, Ches. Aubry R. Galata.:s and W. U. R.,.,gers. Absent-R. A. Orr and W\. IE. Parker. The following commrunication was read and laid over till :c.Lt meet-! ing: • unsl.;,< ..x. , LA., Oct. 8, '.3 . To the lIH noral e l':."; l,,nt ails lt :-m btcrs of tee '.;ie. .J :: : Ge:. ietue:m--I wv:s nt.oined road overr, lr;n.t the (,o-itnyo bridge to the cro,'r:,"ra. !Ii,,e of MAladisonville, on tLe lbride :1, and now give m13 reporit that 0te re are only three men on the road "sub ject to road .July, and I woui.i hke to know v whetil:ri I must work tie road or rot. .1 tamll wllng to work amy time on alny otle;r 1wadl, the turnpike or ferry ro:al. P'wase I-t ine know ias sootu ::s oss!t!, nd oblige, yours etc., ALFRED PElims, OvrerseCr. The i:ATES OF FERRY TOLL were amended as follows...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 November 1883

mo-m "Th. meusings of Gover.mueot. te the Dews from wa-eu , Should Dmnd d upon.t Bih and ... ~Ji VOL 9 "lh Blrdnr o OosrpaltitstbsDs~ frl ar~sh8okla Duksiid 4111k. mul Ith. Rich sad the Peot. ·*r·- · VOL. 9. COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY P&RISU LA. NQOVEMBER 3. 3838. N 4 .-. I Il Il l I " II I| l~I. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .JQIVYAR EDWARDS, Attornby-at-Law, AMITE l1' ir............... LA. Will practice in the p.riishes of l ;a.i paho.i, 'vashinguwun, s.t.T'Iuuman.I t. trAlends an Livanst.un. octa ly JOHN WADSWORTH, ATtrjaaT Aso l uet!sLLU1&A-aT- a w F'ralnkliutou , i.a. Will prace izu tLe rigatccuLh Jlldi Oial Dis.rioct Will be t.uu.nt nL tar alerk's otli.e, in Covintonu, La., fr,.n the 2Jth to the last u1 .a.n cadl.drlat month. .TQ31 Pi A. REID, ATrroair nAo) Cto.jtS.L.LLO -AT-Law COVINGTON', LA. E. D. SAUNDERS, Att rney-at-La w. All buatii.s lu.Co.te Il to hia. will )meet with proa pt a;u. t-.acefillI alt.ttlth.:. ,oaf lhallttuotio? f a .ýt w ;cia .ature, aa - teanle I for him. can b...

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. — 3 November 1883

THE ST. TAAIMANY FARMER Mrs, S. V. KENTZ~L, Proprietree W. G. KENTZE .....,.. Ensro And Business Mansaer. OMe.ial Journal of the Parish of 'St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES One cepy, one-year.... ..........$2 O0 One espy six months. ........... 1 00 Qne cou three months........... 50, Covingteo. Nov. 3, 1883, A TD OPERATION IN ST. TAMMANY. A CONSPIRACY JUST UNEARTHED TO OsmrA POSsESSloX OF TEN THou sam ACRus OF LAND. (New Orleans Picayune, I A few days ago a wealthy gentle man who has wade exteasiye pur chases of timber lands in this State, instituted inquiries eoncerning the identity of the heirs of Thomas Powers. Powers was an English. man whn died many years I ago, leaving two daughters, Josephine, wife of Michael Commagere, and Blanche elicite, wife of Jean Bap tiste Vidart The present heirs are Mary Ads Wiltz, wife of Henry Blanc, of Vicksburg, and Theodore Adolphe Wiltz, of -New Orleans, heirs of Blanche Powers; and Mrs. E. Bordelaise, Miss A. Commagere, E...

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