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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 May 1884

H m. ittmmin tarirr. COVINGTON. MAY 3, 8I8i. J. CAHIER, DEALER I Dry Goods., Groceries, Hardware Boots. Shoes, Hats. Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of Heady-Made Clothing. Highest price paid for cotton, hides, wool, and all kinds of country produce. J. E. Smith. H. IT. Smith. C. . ..mith. J. E. SMITH & SONS. CovsoGTos, LA.--i)ALE.E S IN General Merchandise, Consisting of all the great :ta;?le nrticlce. DRY GOODS AND (;ROCERIES IIA RD IA E AND 'ROU'(KEI: F, And indeed every article in demand a suited to this market. ps The Highest Price paid for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ, Merchant. Receives continual supllies of well selected Dry Goods anl claice FLnail Groceries, which will Ibe soldl at low fig ures. A&-Conntry produce taken in ex change lor goods, at mu.rkt-t pricc. "imn connection with the general mercantile business of this hAou, tile proprietor has established a neat lAHl I(tIuIM, where he will keep the line.t of Wines, Liquors, La.ger Iteer...

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 1884

XISCELLANEOC. -An insane woman recently victim Ized a San Jose (Cal.I dry goods deal er by ordering an ex.rasive wedding outfit. -Concord. N. H., ha~ contributed V7.O0,0)0 in the last six t nths to the welfare of those who have mining stocks to sell. One man lost l70,000. -Boston Herald. -A fellow in Cleveland, O., has taught a dog to steal newspapers from the doorsteps of houses, where they have been left by carriers, and brmig them to him.--Chicago Times. -Finding that the Ohio River at Wellsville, O.. is a hundred feet higher than Lake Erie, it is suggested that all floods in the Ohio coul'd hereafter be avoided by a huge canal that would carry the rising floods harmless to the lake.-C-(lclandl Leuadcr. -In Barnstead, N. H., a sparsely set tied country town, they have just had a jubilee in honor of thle forty-seventh anniversary- of the Barnstead brass band, which has had a continuous or ganization since 1837, and claims to be the oldest brass band in the United States. -The mela...

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 1884

* * &r.nulnanu anrmer. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAM MANY PARISH, LA., MAY 10, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. 19. POETRY AND THE POOR. " 'he world is very beautiful?" I said, As yesterday, beside the brimming stream, Glad and alone, I watched the tremulous Flant thro' the wintry wood, green-carpeted With moss and fern and curving bramble-I And ~~ae the thousand russet margina And in tile s!parkling holl. glint and play., And kirdie all the br.er s flaming s ,ed& " The world is very horrible:" I sigh, As, in my wo':ted ways, to-day I thread Chill stIet reformed with dim monotony, Hiding st' ange myst..ric of unknown dread, The treetg court. the breathless fever-den. The b":unts where things unholy throng and b'oood; .,rip. crime. the fierce despair of strong armed men, t"hild-infamy, and shameless womanhood. And men have looked upon this piteous thing llank lives unlsited...

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 1884

T ammany farmtr, COVINOTON. MAY 10. 1884. Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprictres W. 0. KENTZEL.. .... EmDTOS Okial Jaml f I hT ny h1ik ISSUED EVERY SLTURDAI SUBSCRIPTION RA TES One copy, one year.... .......... l 0 One copy six months ........... I 00 One copy three months........... 50 Hon. Judah P. BeLjamin, the eminent lawyer, died in Paris last Wednesday. CoL Thou. H. hunt, Treasurer of the Worli.'s Exposition, died at his residence in New Orleans last Tues day. The work of rebuilding the big bridge has commenced, and all sub scribers to the fund are requested to pay up promptly. All payments should be made to Mr. Jules Pechon or Mr. Jos. Jaunfroid. The fine steamer New Camelia has put on her summer costume, and presents a handsome appear ance. She is now making daily trips across the Lake. See adver tisement. The municipal eltction at Madi souville, last Monday, resulted in the choice of the following officers for the ensuing year: Mayor Woodson .s. Wren, una'2im onely elected. Alderm...

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 1884

dt. -amntan4 armt r. COVINGTON. MAY 10, 1884. _______ -_______ - J. CAHIER. DEALEtR IN tl Dry Goods. Groceries. Hardware n Boots, Shoes. Hats. Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a lull line of Ready-Made Clothing. Highest price paid for cotton, hides, wool, and all kinds of country produce. 1 J. E. Smith. H. H. Smith. C. L. Smith. J. E. SMITH & SONS- i Covnso.To. LA.-DEAL..l IN General Merchandise, Consisting of all the great staple articles. DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. IIARDWARE AND CROC'KERY. And indeed every article in demand %s suited to this omarket. ,pIThe Highest Price paid for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ. Merchant. Receives continual sn plij " of well selected Dry t;oo4s and chowie ksmlt tiroceries, wlhich ill t.e soll at low tig uras. .~'-Country pro'luce taken in ex chantge ,fr goods, at ma.rket price. 'i"n connection with the g.=neral mercantile business of this houn.s., the proprietor has e.t.llishesl a neat .Alt ,: I:(biM. where h. will kep the linesi .u! W...

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 1884

MISCELL!IEOUS. -The United States is invited to par ticipate in an exhibition of dairy pro ducts at "Munich, nesxt October. -A Vermont man has a parrot that he has succeeded in teachin" to recite nearly half the Twenty-third Psalm. litulawil fradd. --A whale sixty teet long and thir teen feet high has been killed off Beau fort, S. C. Sixty barrels of oil was ex pected.- St. Louis Ps'. -Since the reaent Southern cyclone, the enterprising citizens of the section through which the storm pas-ed have been industriously at work digging refuge caves. -A series of prehistoric mica mines have recently been discoveredin Louis ians. The' surrounding vegetation shows that at least 500 years have elapsed since they were abandoned. N. r. Timns. -In 1859 William H. May, of Troy was divorced from one wife and married to another. He discovered somehow re cently that the Judge of 15i1 had not signed the decree, so that he was still undivorced, and the error of twenty-five years was corrected by Judge...

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 1884

t, nammanx farmer. "The Blesing. of Goveinment, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISHII, LA., MAY 17, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. 20. TIlE DR('MME& A drummer stool on the corner. His work in that city was done; lied two hours L.ft to wait for a train, And was quietly looking for fun. A maiden came out of a store, With packaires larger than small; The drummer braced up to the daisy And offcred to carry them all. The daisy objects to such action Otn the part of the drummer o hold. Who begs sonie thousands of pardons. But thought h had known her of old. The daisy's papa in the distance Is seen coming swift along; Ta-ta. my elerant drummer. I will change your beautiful song. Bill banr. and the gay festive drummer Thinks he's shot with a gatling trun; But 'twas only the foot of her papa, starting him toward the sun. He returns quite early and sudden, And, striking the walk with a crash. Thinks of his mo...

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 1884

COVINGTON. MAY 17, 188t. Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ EDITOR OMcial Journal d St Tammany rui SCHSCRIP TION RATES One copy, one year..............$2 00 One copy six months ........... I1 00 One copy three months ........... 50 Two sales at Courthouse to-day. Mr. Duncan F. Young, a com positor on the limes-Democrat, is visiting his friends in Covington. There is a panic in Wall street, New York, among the stock bro kers and speculators, and a number of prominent firms suspended last Wednesday. --- --~c--- Do not ask us the names of our contributors, and we'll tell you no 1-- that is, we will make no statement calculated to leave you laboring il.ier a wromng impression. 'Th|e sInwll!l.er season has fairly openred, antl we notice on our streets nimny citizens of New Or leanti, ana] other suburban toRUns, who have come here to enjoy the pure air and cool breeze, and the clear and refreshing waters of our numerous springs. -04 - -4 00--- The FAaaKa don't make a 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. — 17 May 1884

ft. aummang ranrmer. COVINGTON. MAY 17. 1b84. J. CAHIER. DEAI.EIt 1s Dry Good.. Groceries. Hardware Boots. Shoes. Hats. Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of Ready-Made Clothing. Highest price pail for cotton, hides, wool, and all kinds of country produce. J. E. Smith. II. H. Smith. C. L. Smith. J. E. SMITH & SONS CovlscTosN, LA.-DEALER8 IN General Merchandise, Consisting of all the great staple articles, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. IIARDW ARE AND CROCKERY, And indeed every article in demand ae suited to this market. ;'lThe Highest Price paid for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ. (Agent,) Merchant. Receives continual supplies of well selected Dry Goods and choice Family Groceries, which will be sold at low tig ure.s. -e-Couutry produce taken in ex change for goods, at market price. izrn'I conne tion with the general mercantile ,bulsiness of this house, time proprietor has established a neat ItAtl tO31,M. where he will keep the finest of Wines, Liqoors, Luger Beer...

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 1884

EIM'ELLAUW U -Six children have been killed, one at a time, by falling o-er a banister in one tenement house in IClciana·- (cneininati Times. -Wilson Barrett is in training In En gland for an American tour. lie is an actor and will want about three dollars a seat.--(icago Hral4. --One of Davy Crockett's old hunting. knives, with a four-inch wooden handle and a six-nech blade, with a silver band around the handle, has been presented to the Tennessee Historical Society. -A monstrous meteor passed ovet the town of Clarksville, Tex., one night recently, exploding with a sound equal to a battery of heavy guns, and emittint a light brighter than the sun. -It is no longer eorrect for yeou ladies to say papa and mamma, The good old fashioned father and mother have actually come in style again. Occasionally a gleam of ease s es through.-N. Y Graphic. -A young lady in Hartford objected to the mutilation of a tree in her yad by a party of telephone linemen. They didn't heed her protest until s...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 May 1884

*St. &aumg farmer. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MAY 24, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. 21. ..... .... i, HETE, Eio.CVN;O, S.TJ~A Y PRS , L . IY2,1 . ,OL S.= •, THE ARCTIC I',A TCIH -Behold upon the frozen foam, A little vessel far from home. The yacht Jeannette. The polar star above her lies, A swarl of light set in theskies: 'the Arctic wave is on her deck. And Hope has left the broken wreck. Bereft of all thinus else but Fate. tilt sinking, skiking,. inking yet. Behold her lying desolate. The lost Jeannette: It. Deal heroes on a field of snow: one lonely heart that. beating slow, Yet dreams of home. Where golden trulit are on the bough, And all the woo.l: are crimson now, The last of that high-hearted band Keeps vigil in that bitter lan I: And, crowned with thornsof frost and pala, Lives o'er his boyhood days again; And in his dreardeath-watch uplifts His...

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 1884

t. nammany annmr.! ISSUED E:VERY SITURDAY! COVING(TON. MAY 24. 1884. Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ Earron iial Jouiral of St. Taany uizsh, SCISCRIPTION7I RA TES One copy. one year..............$2 00 One oopy six miontls. ........... I 00 i On. oopy three months ........... 50 - ______- ------ --1---.----- - - Go to the butcher for "rare" bar gains. There is a good attendance at the public schools. An oyster boat arrived here last Thursday, Ma(r)y 22d. Our gardeners are complaining of too much rain this week. Some of the new sills for the big bridge have arrived on the ground. The May term of the Civil Dis trict Court will convene in Coving ton next Monday. Hon. J. B. Eustis has been elect ed United States Senator, to suc ceed Senator Jonas. Judge S. J. Powell, of West Fe liciana, has been re-elected Judge of this (the Fourth) Circuit Court. Hon. M. A. Strickland, Senator t from this District, has introduced I a number of important bills in the a Senate. t Th...

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 1884

SPt. Iamuan Armnr. COVINGTON. MAY 24. 1884. J. CAHIER. DdALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware Boots. Shoes, Hats. Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of Ready-Made Clotlliag. Highest price paid for cotton, hides, wool, and all kinds of country produce. J. E. Smith. H. H. Smith. C. L. Smith. J. E. SMITH & SONS. COVINGTON, LA.-DEALERS IN General Merchandise, Consisting of all the great staple articles, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. HARDWARE AND CROCKERY, And indeed every article in demand as suited to this market. pi-The Highest Price paid for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ. (Ageud,) Merchant. Receives continual supplies of well selected Dry Goods and choice Family Groceries, which will be sold at low fig ures. GCountry produce taken in ex change for goods, at market price. agP In connection with the general mercantile business of this house, the proprietor has established a neat BlAR ROOM, where he will keep the finest of Wines, Liquors, Lager Beer, Cigars, etc. ...

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 1884

NISCELLANIIEDM . -Henry Barnes, a five-year-old boy in Springfield, 0., recently died a ter rible death from the effects of eating the peel of half an orange. -Women are becoming very popu lar in Valparaiso, Chili, as street-car conductors. Travel has increased fifty per cent. since their advent in their new role. -Many of the Arabs captured in the battle of' eb said they knew nothing of the English forces. hil never heard of their victory over Arabi, had never heard of Arabi himself, and had never heard of Tewflk. -Captain Austin, who calls himself a crack rifle shot, was cowardly enough to attempt recently in England the feat of shootin_ a potato off his wife's head. He suceeeied in his first shot, butat the second his bullet struck the unfortunate woman in the forehead where it glaneed, saving her from death, it is true, but making a frightful sear three inches long.-N. Y. Sun. -W. S. Cooper, employed in a Brook lyn newspaper office, has adopted a novel plan for paving his landla...

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. — 31 May 1884

" The Bleassings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Bioh and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MAY 31, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. 22. "TEND YOUR OWN PATCH." Don't stop wid yer plowin' to grumble at 'Kase he's standin' idle dis mornin' in spring; Yer grumblit' wid Jones won't heave out de stones Dat am needin' yer 'tenshun de berry lust ting. Don't stop wid yer plowin' 'case he takes a spade; His shov'lln will soon all your plowin' o'er S match; If longer you growl you'll be ler in de shade; Jes 'spence wid his business and tend your own patch. Don't bodder 'bout Jones and his scatterla' seeds; His way isn't your'n nor his seed; but what then? While you're Interferin' up hasten de weeds, And it's ticklish business dictatin' to men. Dere's a kind ob a mulishness comes into sight: Dere are kicks like a mule's, too, one's I'ble to catch. De dictatin' best is to show 'em what's right In a practical work. Jes sow your own pat...

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. — 31 May 1884

ft. iramuany f farnur. ISBUED EVERY SfiTURDAY J. CAHIER. DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware Boots. Shoes. Hats, Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of lteadV-Made Clollninsg. Highest price paid for cotton, Iiles, wool, and all kinds of country pro lace. J. E. Smith. II. II. Smith. C. I. S',ith. J. E. SMITH & SONS. ('OVINGTON, LA.-DEALERS IN General Merchandise, Counsisting of all the great staple articles, DRY GOODS AND GROCEHIES. 1A RDIID r 4 RE A .D CIOVCKE' ,. And indeed every article in demand as suited to this market. a'.lT'he Hlighest Price pail for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ. (Ajleid, ) Merchant. Re.eives continual uppllis of well selected Dry Goodi. an.i :hoice laumily I (;rocerile, which will ,e .sold at low fig ures. L .,.-('aoutry produce taken in ex change for go-ad., at ml.rket price. EO'lu connection with the general miercanltile biusliness of this houti... the ir.,pridtor has er.tLlhlished a ne:It iA I la() 1.I, where he will keep 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. — 31 May 1884

st. $8xmmaq fatag. COVINGTON. MAY 31. 188L Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........EIrro SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year..........$2 00 One copy six months. ........... 1 00 One oopy three months ........... 50 The professional card of Judge O. P. Amacker, of Tangipaboa, will be found in another column. The National Greenback Con vention, which assembled at Indi anapolis this week, nominated the following ticket: For President, B F. Butler, of Massachusetts; fir Vice President, A. M. West, of Mis sissippi. Gov. McEnery has commissioned the following named gentlemen as Police Jurors for Washington par ish: First Ward, Jos E. Sylvest; Second Ward, T. J. Lyons; Third Ward, Jacob Magee; Fourth Ward, Joe. L. Pounds; Fifth Ward, Mor ris Tally. The municipal election will take place next Monday. We are in favor of the re-election of the pres ent officers. Dr. Randolph has ably performed the duties of Mayor for several years, and we have no doubt he will consent to conti...

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. — 31 May 1884

-A Leroy (0.) hog has beaten the world by fasting 197 days at a time. Clereland Leader. -A man at Oconee, Ga., who ob tained judgement for twelve hundred dollars in a lawsuit, had just seventy five dollars left after settling with his lawyers. -Dr. Berry, of Lagrange, Ky., has received, by the award of a jury, what is considered the largest doctor's fee ever paid in Kentucky, $2,800. It was paid for attendance on a wealthy old maid. -A New York letter gives this bit of fashion news: "Women no longer paint and powder to excess. A man may walk from one end of Fifth Avenue to the other without seeing a single face that is artificially illuminatet. The reign of artificial color is over." -Rowland Jones, aged sixty-nine, of Rochester, N. Y., committed suicide the other day by jumping from the Central avenue bridge into the Genesee River. The body went down the river and over the falls made famous by Sam Patch's last leap. Financial troubles were the cause of the rash act. -Joseph Newman,...

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 June 1884

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." . G. TZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH. LA., JUNE 7, 1884. VOL. X.-NO. 23 THE HIIITTLE& Ills knife is an old-fashioned one-the blade is of the kind That, while with eae t cuts new cheese, its edge turns on the rind. And It bears the old-time falsehood that so many old knives tell. The prehistoric rebus in the letters "I'¶ ." The spring is worn and shortened, and the blade, wLih backward leans, Oft closeson the fingers when opening sar hdines; Though 'tis worthless yet the owner of its merits much cloth blow, And wants some "boot" when askel to trade - -he at least should get the toe. The whittler sits and whistles, when the weather will permit, On a tds box on the pavement, where he los-eth much to sit, And he talketh of the tariff to a friend from up the pik,. While hSI sihavings and his arguments are valuable alike. In the southwest the whittler in the most per ...

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. — 7 June 1884

ft. a1a anm Iuavnrmcr. COVINGTON. JUNE 7, 1884. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KEXTZEL........EDITOR QIcal Jouna of St Tasmaay Fai / St'.ISItII bOUN rA ZL'ES (TIecopy, one year.... .........$2 00 One copy sir ussnthl .......... 1 00 t)ne copy three ,montlhs........... .) Work is progressing on the -Big Bridge. The parish assessment rolls are now open for inspection at the Courthonse. Our Lewisburg letter was receiv ed too late for this issue. It will appear next week. Capt. Val Stuart Redden, of Madisonville, has our thanks for late files of New York, Baltimore, . Washington and Texas papers. No"tcr.--Ali persons who have purchased lots in the Cemeter y are requested to settle with the Secretary for the same, within ten days, or the bills will be placed in the hands of the Marshal for col lection. Mrs. Redden, of Madisonville, wife of our friend Capt. Val Stuart Redden, loft for the North on the 34 inst, to spend the summer inn New York, and visit her m...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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