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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 April 1879

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." V31. 5. C)VINGTON, ST. TAMIANY PARISI, LA., SATURDAY. APRIL 28. 1879. NO. 14. ... . ain Un J. CAHIER, DEALER IN Dry G3oos, Gro-eries, Hardware, * Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Boston street. near Columbia, COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of Readr-Made Clothing. Hihest price pil 1 for Cotton. Hides. r ,:, and all kin is of country produce. S1el4 Iv H. J. SMITH'S RETA'L GROCEI Y STORE DP.Y GOODS. HATS. SHOES, CROCKERY And a General Assortment for City and Country use. at the lowest cash prices. Covington, La: Highest prices paid for Wool, Hides, Chickens, etc. ..c., c. CHARLES HEINTZ, (Agent.) MERCHANT. receives continual shuplies of sell se leted DLY GtiOn)I) an i caoice FAMILY GCROCERIES, SVhich will be sold at low tignres. Ti^r Country produce taken in ex ch!lage for goods. at market ple.'. fIr In connection with the gener:al - MeIrc:ntile busiuness of tuis house....

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 April 1879

8T. TAIANY FARIEER. 1 oil Journal of e. Thamaqy Paris. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SMITH ....... Paofaros. W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDrr Amnd Bsssuen Mamamer. 8UBSCRIPTION BATES One oopy, oe year ..............2 00 One copy, sis months ............. 1 00 One copy, three months .......... 50 Rates of Advertiing. 45 fwer f Mie (Brevier) ijp, or its eape. dea Is larger p cacs ridi a a O . On. square.. $ 3.00 8 00 $14.00 0.00 Two sq tares. 5.00 19.00 SO. 30.00 Threenre 6.50 15.00 5 00 40.00 .aar.ooaumn 8.00 18.00 30.00 50 00 half oolumn 1.00 30.00 50.00 75.00 Whoole l'n 90. 50.00 75. 100.00 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per square for the nrst insertion, and Fifty Cens for each subseeuent insertion. Peronal eards, when admis sable, ten oae1 pee line. payable in advance. COVINGTON, LA.: Satuwrday, Aprel tO, 1879. Strauge to msay, there are not enough lawyers in the Lower House of the North Carolina Legislature to make a Judiciary Committee. A dandy, smoking a cigar, hav ing entred a mena...

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 April 1879

ST. TAA.NRY PAEERB . wa , ApvU 26s, IS ., LOCAL ITEMS. OCeapl Cheaper!t Cheapest!!! We will insert Local Business Notices a_ this page for the exeedingly small ma at P VI CREYTS PER LhZ. The Pails. The Covington mails will arrive sa depart according to the follow tju schedule, wind and weather per mltiug: A ..ZLV . . DEPARET. y.... 7. i. \edzn'day..7 A. W. aursday...Tu . I Fri y -.....7 A. x. y...7rx. (o ay....7 a.x Our Agents. The following named gentlemen as oar authorized Agents, to col ale subsreiptions and solicit adver tCiwnts for the St. Tammany Kandeville-Joseph L. Dicks. Madisonville-B. Galatas. Pearl River-Mrris H. Tally. Bayon Lacombe-Chas. Aubry. rom present indications, the ' amr future has prosperous times in 2 ektee for Covington. The many mew buildiags going up are rapidly e amuing.completion, and more will i mon have to be built, to meet the .k aily increasing demand for humes.. The reputation of our t as a desirable and healthy t -ame'r resort is rapidly becoming t...

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 April 1879

C4o.lvugn, April 20, 1I79. XOT GREENFIELD. A chill December evening, with te rain and Know forming a disa. greeable sort of conrlromeratiou on the sidewalks, the gas lUmps flieker ig sullenly thromgih the mist, and the wind taking one viciously as one turned tlhe corner. Not a veryI 1,iA. ant evC'eing to ansume posses sjon of a new home; but necessity Ltdws no law, and Mr, Barkdlale psat up his night-k-yv as he walked' irto the red brieck house in the mid ci:e of the block, sineerely hoping that his new lmtnladf would have comln2,ou sense u nough to light a tire I ii t ;he grate. ".T'I it rots, sir?" inquired Mrs. iiuml'tu. beamingly. "There's a: ..-,nl fire, rand it's all .right." •.111 right, ch?" said the bachelor, ,".elirng the blue tip of his frosty Wil,,,. to sec uLether it had escaped1 l'.itng frozen offl entirely. "Well. I r:m glad to hear that. Have the trunks come?" -O, ea, dir; and - the 'other tirings." ` "i'What other things?" demanded _..r. Brkd:tle. .But- Mrs. Hinman ...

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 May 1879

"T'he llubp of Govermest, Like the Doen from Euat, oald Dmoend Alike upon tis ich nc the Poor." VdL. .OOVING'TON, ST. TARjANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. WAY 8. 1879. . . $. J. QTmER, 911e~, DRAM i s~dur Redin Mstet, new Columbia, COVINOTON, LA. 0 Saho on hand a tall line of 3ss4e.rMmid Clahlutg. `a d Jr.·1 Ln sdý~~rii +tb trst~j~ue S H. 3. SXLTH S arTAIL GROCUZk STORE "'Yr GOODS. CROCKERY M#.mm ed, rl Aa t for City oad C.a~uas do lowest Oovington, La. L aat paloJmid for Wool. Rides. ·I~1C+'Y ID AL · t .wal aa. .at gM CuRTI UU ~"~p~, rQS kad t low 1gr.. -" !e~ with dhe ganeral ¶ ' 'bdae. s[Of this he..a the hit o~biuhedl a neat BAL wbwea he beIp the ran" of '' dot at eprimeato o uit S- ' l i.O; LL. WSTORE! iI mOGIUEoN. BY " $Uck eicber, Jr., [Po- es OrD a tw .] **R? I3ARSAiNS. %vA iMsruM NyU Odswsprivee.&s ewes sate ra of d gee -#W4P LU. ARTICLES, JdqPm~ BACON, SUGAR, (1Nmnd soon, to the end of human .rant.. .4:T-PROOF OATS a'· E*TAI& DEALER -a...SQ týW. 0 PO 3?G?ONL LL. J,. . SM...

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 May 1879

8.. TAIMANY PARIER. Ma Journal of St. Tammany Parish. ISSURD EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SMITH .......PnPonP ron. W. G. KENTZEL........ EDITO. And Bsirmess Manager. SUBSCRIPTIOV RATES O copy, one year............... $2 00 Dae oopy, six months ............. 1 00 One copy, three months ........... 50 Rates of Advertising. T~h linea of this (Brevier) type, or ils ,idv Oaus in karjer type, constitutes a square. Oes UQUARE, FIRST IrYRTION, ONE DOLLAr. One square . t S.oo$s 8 00'$14.00 $20.00 Two sq:uaimres. 65.Oj j.001 20.00 JO .00 Three gear. a 6.50 15.00 25 00 40L.40 quar. outumn 8.00 18.00 30.00 50 00 Half column 12.001 30.00) 50.00 75.00 W-ole ol'mn 20.001 50.0O 75.00 100.00 Legal Advertismentas-One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Personal cards, when admis sable, ten esas per line, payable in advance. OOGINGTON, LA.: Slmturay, May 8., 1876. A society has been organized in New Orleans for the purpose of se curing an increase in the ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 May 1879

ST. TAEIANY FARBER. ·1 Covimgt. ., May 8, 1879. LOCAL ITEMS. Cheap! Cheaper!! Cheapest!!! We willU nsert Local Business Notices em this page for the exceedingly small as oa FIVB CENTS PER LINE. \ The Mails. The Covington mails will arrive ad depart according to the follow ng achedule, wind and weather per mitting: AISrVI. j DEPART. Iay....7P. x. dnesday..6 A. *:feraday...T . ý. Fri4ay..... 6. .. Gsatrday. .7 P. . Moniav..... A. Our Agents. * :The'following named gentlemen W e. our authorized Agents, to col edst subscriptions and solicit adver ihements for the St. Tammany Fauta: Mandeville--Joseph L. Dicks. Madisonville-R. Galatas. Pearl River-Morris H. Tally. bayou Laeombe-Chas. Aubry. srveral families from the city have located in Mandeville for the eammwr season. May came in like a beautiful rision, all amiles and sueshine, but ser got the night-mare the first mighti and on the morning of the sa gave aus a very chilly atmos piere, dark clouds and a severe sida storm, all because 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. — 3 May 1879

ST. TAtEANY FABIER. ~ ueas., May a, 1879. SOMEBODY'S MOTHER. The woman was old .nd ragged and gray, And bent with the ,hill of the winter's day; The street was wet with n recent snow, And the woman', telt uwee aaged and slow. LShe stood at the crosdngand waited long, Alone, nOsreed for. tamid the throng Of human beings who passed her by, }or heeded the glance of her anxious eye. Down the street, with laughter and shout, Glad in the freedom of "school let out," Came the boys, like a dock of sheep, tailing the snow piled white and deep. Past the woman so old and gray. Hastened the uhildren on the way. Nor oereed a helping band to her, so weak, o timid, araid to stir. Lest the carriage wheels, or hones' feet Should erowd her down in the slippery street. At lest came one of the merry troupe The gayest laddie of all the groups. Hle laused beside her, and whispered low. "'ri kheip you acrmss ii you wish to go." iler aged hand on his strong young arm lhe placed, and so, without hurt or har...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 May 1879

Sfu-IWg e oef daum, i the DowA fime eva, BOauR DmdT Mlik upon the Ri. k ad the Pour." VoL 5. OVW*T0WeT, ST. TAIrrANY PARUIS, LA., SATURDAY. NA? 10. 1870. O. IS. J. OAtIER, uIna in m, em.. nm, . ml4w. 3oam.. . re Coore.bia, COVINGTON, LA. Ze sluo am head a fell lin of Readymade Ckletas. Fighmt priee i t for Cotton. Hide. S nd alI kinds of eonta produce. H. J. SMITH 8 RETAIL OGROCERY STORE DMIT (OOD. -t HATS. SHOES. CROCKERY Ad4 a enrtal Assoelenest fbr City sand CnIrN ge, at thel lowest cash pricei. Covington, La. rig Viesidfor Woo.l, Rides, MERCHANT. Beoelee eMtiaal mupplies of well me leeted DNY 100IJW mad ooioe PrAIL GROCERIES, Which WIn be sold at low figure. SCouaut produce taken in ex r laods at narket price. Lt Ia eswmsotios with the geseral 11OO, where he will keep the inest of Wines, Liutes.. lager Beer. Cigars, etc. edubstatly o hbend and at prices to suit the times. CO)YINOTON. 14. NEW STORE! IN COYINGTON, BY A. Selureber, Jr., [Poosz's OLD SAWtD.] OGR AT BARGAINS. l.esds ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 May 1879

S1t. TAANY U *ieL Juirnal of .WT ISSUED EVERY IATURDA?. J. E. SMITH ..... ..PaoPIu>:rou. . NTZE ........ Errro. One copy, one year ........ ..$2 00, One sai. M One copy, three mouths .......... 50 ate*. of Advertisiag. 21t lnes of thi (Brevier) type, or its equi-i aitet is larger type, constitutos Sa s One square ..I 3 1$ . 8 00 $14. ý. Two .Lt.re~.s 5.00& 12.(1 210.00 30.00 Three iquare 6 a il W5 40.40 Quar. colonnl 0 1$.x '30.00 5 00 H.tif aos.ia n 1.40I 30.00. 500 0 75.00 Wholeol'mnai )..k i 5).00. 75.00 100.00 SLe il Advertismenta -One Dollar per square for the that insertion, and Fifty Cene for each subsequent insertion. Persopnl cor's, when admis sable, ten oents per line. payable in advance. COSatrdaGT .O , 1879. Saturday, Mar 10, 1879. Yellow fever has made its ap pem.ece i, el u ad io, ':. '*1 England is going to resume her diplomatic relations iwith Mexico. The indications are that the new cometitution of California has bten defeated by a large majority. Id re enta ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 May 1879

LOCAL ITEMS. ap! guaper!! ~ep ! ! ti We will lumert L ocal Business Notices !A The Nail,. The Coviugton mails will arrive L a~smii"dte4~ f.Msirý-ý inag shedule, wis4epd weather per- 8 mitting: ___ ontlay . .. i. t.9 aeu~nday... 2 A. a'. Thurqay...9 P. uI TiMe y ....aA. . C Ratar4%,y _,12 Y _ . Friday; . 5 sH. V. Our Agents. The following named gentlemen o, we our authorized Agents. to co!- h left psbecriptions and solicit adver timements for the St. Tammany th Parsac - 8 Anedseville-.Joieph L. Dicks. 3' •i.i rnvfille-R. Oalatan.. 'r ir r-Morris H. T:dll Bayou Laeombe-Chn.. Aun,..," P g o op, Q11241 o "01 st 1d Mille and M5i(s1uri f )ll 1V morrow (8 yl)e'ab.rig. o- the ca beautiful steamer Alice. The fre di i1 fM etti ,latd thae tiip f j do you good. ,_ Dnowanr.-Felix (reen, aged two re emrs. way drowned in Piroge e. Branch. Bonfonca. on Tuesday. the .hu+dlt. He was playing with tb sme other children. on the bank, aped 10*Pit hr: qb. ;ei e'hs to -wa. drowned wbfore assistane atr- re ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 May 1879

ST. TANIANY FAINRMB Ce.wirt.s , May le, s180. MIb BROWNS OFFER. "I do think it's too bad for any thing! The ides of a man I've never seen having the insolence to write to anele Josiah that he's com iug all the way from out West to ask me to marry him!" Kitty Clover's blue eyes lashed, , nd something very suspiciously like angry tears were glimmering on her long, curling brows lashes. Her cheeks were lashed, and her lovely mouth dimpled into a look of scorn and rage, that did not at all suit aunt Su.'sa's view of the cse, as she lo her speeaede-mins; -anl took Kitty gite sharply to task. "I can't see what there is so tter rible about it. Brother Josiah and I have known Areirs Brown ever since he was knee-high to a grass hopper, and a nier boy and a finer I-.a you'll never find than he was and is now. Ile's good-looking and rich, and wants a wife; and he's seen your picture and fallen in love with you, and he's written to know if brother Jusibhs any objectio to his coming to ask you t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 May 1879

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heasea, Should Desmend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." V .LC. COVINGTON, ST. TArIANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. AY 17, 1879. N10.17. 3. CATIER, Dry GOoods. Grxeries, Hardware, e' ; Ishoes. Hats, Caps, Etc. Boot" atrwet. near Colombia, COVINGTON, L. Has ela. on banal fall line of Reads-lad e .(<ethIng. ll~i.cght price psi 1 foir 'ott..n, Ri.!.. 1 Weal, an.t all kinJN of country pro ~c&.e H. J. SMITHS RETA1L 6I1001.11 F STORK RtY (GOODS. SHOES. CROCKERY ald a Ge*ival 'iasortmcnt for Citj and I Conntry Use, sit tla Kusest Cask priecs. Covington, La. UhibcsL prie. pea"l for Wool. Hides Cbaierkeaa eta. 4r- L. CHIALRLES HEINTZ, MERCHANT, frwcuiris ..uui~eeait i.oplit.. uf well al. ieteie. DUI~ ~tsj.DUL' end .io'uice FAMILY GiFOCERIES, W hich ilal . urM alht at iow $1rAn. U i'.snntry pr.atcea taken in ex-: gehm for ituayai.. nat 'ewrke price. i- tc.ueweranian with. the general 3Isrgcwamat4 ajsihe' oof this house. tLhe srar etr has s.4a...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 May 1879

8'lt: TAX MANY FRMER. Eta~l :'ERti SA ['ULhAY. J, F. ý 17'H t. _ __- PxttrtI)t rutt, A.t. I4q'ii UjeM iIaqager. SCJLýJ 1.11!' 1': 11 4 7 J'. One copy, 040" ýe~tv.......... ....1 ) (:) Lha. ithJyi, ria utai'mithk ...... I . . l t) Uit .s )t~ t.4r~- Iij~ltJiti *..~~~~ Iatgu of Advertising. Teitc liur, oV this "llievilr) lyl~. ( )· ilc . ". "lc *ý r "($.? i., icr psi' S ,..~llr .t .'j'E.IJY. DX( : 4tI r. VP:-T L SrIcT~I4)" 'bNE Th'.I~JLr. $ { $4(1*20.Twon . i'tur. , .th), 14U :.. 00 ; 31 U.) 4 il 4f.I".at. i'aq u iJ Ut) u I?( :'o, 41 t 'o~l( jilfe c~ l n I(J' 1 .o1,00 ali-U: U.( 00! W coitut .ti, A) ilS)j d.)Ut)7 75.0 '1100 U Legal Advtrticuetrd,.iOue Dlollar per square lbr tijo unit'x iu.ei-tiix, azpol Fifty Cear.s for c~twh siutseque~nt insriiuton. Pe~ona ctr ltwheui awLt.t e.~l~e, ten Fen e ii e. ,tayibk in urtte COVIXGTON, LA.: Saturdpy, Mar 17, 1879. AT TIHF W ru. ,-4A large Inundwr" of persons assembled at Brown'n. Landii last Itntarday evening, to witness the arriyal of the stea...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 May 1879

CGvlmotebm, May 17, 1879. LOCAL ITEMS. OleQI Cheaper'! Chespeat!' I *We will insert Lo Bns B'isine'o Notice. on this pag- for th. eI aoedingly awuial Oulu of Pl 1'E (I V T> r'I:'L LILE. The Mails. The Co' ingtou mails will arrive and depart according to. the fo.liuQ - ig sichedule, wind anu d %e.ithte pe- mittiug: &.RUIVL E.IjAitr. 1i ...9P. i Tn. Mon ....:.2. A. iarpdtay .12 P. x. Frilev . .. . S . Our Agents. "Tho followintr na;imed ieuntlement Wsee str .th ºrizdl Agents, to cotd-, leet ,ibauriptioUts and selicit ad v r tianmeuta for the St. Tammany' utandevillfe--Joaeph L. Dicks. LMadisonville-R. Gai:tta.. Pearl Rtiver-Mrris H. Tally. Bayou Icomube.--Chluu. Aubry.: We return thanks to the officers the steamer Alice for late papers. r Weool is coatiug in freely now It is quoted at 20c per pound, free of Lra -m - IThere wilt be an election of' hauuieip 1 officers in Covington, on kiu;day, tle sec.ntd day of June Ittexft. See advertis mtut .-Arer. . R. Siugletor:, formerly f....

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 May 1879

ST. TAXIANY FARIER. Covwintem, May 17, 1879. QUEEN SE JIRAMIS. A 9sTAITrJGO .sIsODZ or aISTOaY. "Of all my wives," said King Ninus to Senuiramin, "it is you I love beat. None hlve charmns and graces like you, anul for you I would willingly resign, themt all." "Let the King 'consider well what be says," replied Seutiriuis. "Whatt if I were to take him at his word?" "Do so," returned the monarch. "While beloved by you, I am indit ferent to others." "So, then, if I ask it," said Semi-1 ranus, "youi would banish all your other wives and love me alone? I alonue shbult be your consort, the partaker df power, and Queen of Asayria?" "Queen of Assyria! Are you not so already," said Ninus, "asnce you reign by your beauty over its King?"' "No--no," answered Semniranwis, "I am at present only a slave whom you love. I reign not--I only charm. When I give an order, you are eonsnlttd before I am obeyed." "And to reign, then, you think so great a pleasnre?" "Yes, to one who has never ex peries.ued ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 May 1879

TRM)~a4 --ft3?CIW· 1V "Tb. Blei ags of Governmeat. Like the Dews from Hlb iJk Shoula Desend Alike upon the Bich and the ?or. ' _,__ ____ . . C. I O - Tn 2 . i -. v.I s. cavisavow arP. TBIxxawr exaISH LA., SATUR~DAY. MA t 87.0 8 J. CAHIER, ' DIALF.M IN 3y G6iu Groesnos, Iardwere. 3e . Uieeu. Rats. Caps. Etc. raton sitreet, naar Colniubia. COVINGTON, I,-A D Rae aIst on hand a full line of ItaradMade Clothing. At Sifhheet prrice paii.l for Cou;,n. Hide,:. RooL, and all ki_'1.. of country proluc'. H. 3. SMITH'S 5ET'AIL Gf(IOi'ht Y ST0)flW DRtY GOODS. HATS. S$HOES. Awdl a cG.enrl AsanortjlRnt for City ..u,: Country Us.'. it the Iou eat cash price'rs. Covington. La. iiglacat prisea paid for Wool. Hidl. . akickMas~. le.c. e.. CBs.4LES HEINTZ, MERCHANT. Rlecrci c.nt;nal r s; phli. of. well 'i Cwtt' DRT lit N )l). :w.1 ""aoie JaMIPY GROCERIES. Waa&-ih wilil I.e eild .t lo tig ca * Cowwtr pe lmnc t le.u in cx ·lhcr re for KA' ti. at markert prier. 3W- Lu .ouecti')u wi.h the general M.uean...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 May 1879

St. YANNANY PAURIE. Yifl Joasrut of &. Toma" P rinA. IMMUED EVEBT £&TURDAt. J. a. SMITH ....... Puuawzwroa. W. G HELETZEL ....... Emoa. And 5.4mm.e Massager. SUBSCRIPTIQON RATES Vae opy. z Mantba ............. I OU Use eopy. sr.. naat· .......... 50 Rate. of Advertisiag. 2h Sm itia (Sv&Ut*) 4g a.' UIFs sltu ~e 1g.. am ds ·rpccar m* e·uOaz. rz*r a~amrzorn, osi DOIJs One aluara.! 5.u: SaelsOa Doll Twoml Gyenie. vhs.W ed*uub.W le minr.w~us s 5a.1. 18sb.0 5is . Wa 50. COIOTN LA. htrdy Mar 24 1 Sl.U llatt oula It. 31.0 a. 75 Mr. . a K Tb*. dulu5W ete to the Cumutittiiwene-Oneui Dolln per Sere tme Uieay icrtioar anti Fifry tri enthfe Wsar Dpmrtaut am Seti p Pbero smeat. to akea udiciale te «na per 1i%% ayebt in adranoe. COVINOTON. LA.: Mr. J. IL Thomps^ delegate to the Cusrtitutiuwsl Convenotionr fromr this parish. ha planed as under obligation wr Lite papers 8ecretaz Lid'ssry ill retire fauna the~ War Drpsuquusl in Sep tember nest, to take a judicial pau tiro The legislative,...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 May 1879

rT.. TAKEANY FAUIEU. cow en.ls, Masr *4, ies. LOCAL ITEMS. eap! Cthaper! l Chnape.t!!, We will iasut Leadl Bsiness Notices -e this page for the exceedinely small -asm of FI ~ 1' .VT PER LA.N. The Xllb. The Covington ,nails will arrive aad dep:rt according to the foliow iug aschdule, wind and weather per asmting: kn..aday ....9 P. L IMonday.....$ -. x Tnum ly...9 e. n. Tuesday.....5 A. -. -ta-d. y .I3 P. n. Frh.ay. .... 5 . u. No Excusuox.--The steamer Abita will nu anake an excursion to the city next Monday, to attend the bust rae.., as was anticipated. lHekberries are very plentiful this season. Any quantity can be ha ii the seigboruuod of Coring to.r for the trouble of gathering Ike -aterner Alice arrived at Newell's Landing last Tuesday evering with a fair trip, and may be expected to arrive on time this evening. We return thanks to her .pIbt and accommodating oficers fr lkrn papers. Escacu snow Jant--Wm. Rich ardsou made his escape from the jail in Franklinton, Washington puri.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. — 24 May 1879

ST. TAMNANY FARKER. jv Covin.ton, MIay 24. 179. " SLOW TBUT SUF. i rit.. .. W. "How on «irts. ia.pson," said I the other day ,o a friend of min.: wham I w:o; .jziting--"how on' 1 eartt did a ba-kwar4,. hlftident fel low like you ever manage to saye 'Will you" tot a witty. aucy. self pni.sed womran; like your wife?" I really was enrious to know, as Simpmon was such a slow, sedate person, and his wife was such a dre-ly. and there always seemed to mae M.nmething iiou grlous in their Anion. Simpson m~le his .usal deliber ate pause before AowafriJg. '-Well, I reckon,"--my friend is a hoosier- '"I xecson it was queer I ever asked her, and to tell t.h, teay it happeaLd was queerer still." ! We had carried our chairs out into the front yard, in order to smoke in greater comfort; and I now tilted wineleapk againa at tree, knowing that the story that was brewing in my friend's mind would not he over il a hurry. I condcse it for the benetit of thoa* readers who may not have as much leisure and...

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