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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 July 1879

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews fom Heaven, Should Desendi Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." .8* 4COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JULY 5. 1879. NO. 84 J. CAHIER, S DEALER IN lry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Beo , Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Bown. etreet, near Columbia. COVINGTON, LA. Bas also on hbad a full line of Re.r-Made (:lotkling. Highest price pail for Cotton. Hi.1a*. Wort.4and all kinds of country produce. del4 I v '" ' H. J. SMITH'S BRETAIL GItOCERY STORE DRY GOODS. HATS. ' ' HOF., CROCKERY 1 And a General Assortment for City and Sco'untry use, at the lowest ceh price.. Covington, La. Hthe-st prices paid for Wool, Hidos, Ctipkens, etc. As., c. CHARLES HEINTZ, MERCHANT. Receives continual suppl'.s of wall a. lected DB. (G.al)~ and choice FAMILY GROCERIES, Which will be nold at low tigumrs. f.l. Country produce taken in exc chan le for goods, at market price. o- In connection with the general Mqgcuntile businese of this house, the proprietor has establis...

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. — 5 July 1879

STl. TAMMANY PARKER. i'yei Jouurwi z' .1, Tavnano*.y PIar.s. IM E EI) EVERY SATURDAY. aD. k. S 1ITHf ,. ... PiWolauI~rw W. G. KI NTZEL........ EDDTOL . d Business Mluauager. 1Ste. of advertising 2.u iius* othis (Breviir) type, or its .quir. aeia Vrr aayer ty."', cu L4liiute a sq'are 033 SQUAIEt. 7135? A5L1UTIOIN. ONE DOLLAk ( a a . o I Ll S -- 1""#a gt One asqueis.. S 3.0.1S $ 008S14 0010O-W Two sqtsreas. 5.00- 12.00; 2000, 30.00 T Treaei qare.. 6.501 15.00! 25 00; 401,00 Quarcoaan uo~j . o 30.00 50 00 Quur. oolamni 8.00 1 18 00 wi u a lHilf cfiaiun 12.00; 30.00; 50.00! 75.00 \V"ýýtle":o1"a71 i j'Iiici 50.00! 115,00+100.00, COVLMGTON. LA. : Srturdav, July 6, 1879. The Adventists have now fised upon the 11th of July (next Friday) for the uhal etetlement of all things We hope our delinquents are all Adveutsats. The Bank of England has now looked up in its vaults $175,000,000 in coiun-the largest sum on record. In the United States Treasury there is $130.000,000. -- - go- on- Persons c...

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. — 5 July 1879

8'L TAINANY FARMEEB Cj 1mgten, July 5, 1879. --- --___ ------- ----- --I~ LOCAL ITEMS. The XaHI The Covington uaaila will arrive sad' dpart aocrriug to the fueiuw ibmg3hedule, wind aud weather per RBIVE . DEPAAlT. y ... a l rr..x onday .. . 3 ý. z. Tha.. ~x. Tuesay. .5 A M Our Agents. I The following named gentlemen re-otr authorized Agents, to col te4ibecriptious and solicit adver se.Y% bitfor the St. Tammany Minadeville--Joseph L Dicks. t adisouville-l. Galatas. Parl River--Morris IL Tally. .oyu Lacombe-5Chas. Aubry. Thare will be services in the Malbodist Church to-morrow worn- I iug and evening, by the Rev. LL.. PeaYlee. Public invited. We had another fiue rain last ii Th day, and our farmers are hap- a m~. 'Cotton and seed cane are re- j piAt in good condition. Stubble I and corn are not doing soI wdl _ P eus c--There was a large picnict at the German settlement yester- 1 day. Many people from Coving- t tos were in attendance, and also quite a number from the city, who t eam ov...

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. — 5 July 1879

IT TAIEANY PFARB R. Co*lim a m, July a, 1189. HOW HE DID IT. "But if you love her, man alive. why don't you adl her so?" said Harry Blaka r. Remington ahrngged his sheulders. "That's not so easy," said he. "rIve alas been a bashful man, and I always shall be. And I would sooner walk up to a cannon's mouth than ask a young lady to have me!" "It's the easiest thing in the world," said Blake. "No doubt, if she says 'Yes.' But suppous she says 'No?' " "You must risk it." Mr. Remington shook his head. "Not if I know it!" said he. "Then you do not lover her!" "That shows how little you know ma" "Frank, you're not a coward, gen erally." Maid Blake, looking inquir ingly at his friend. "No, I think not-except where ladies are concerned," Remington antwkr, with a laugh. ' hben--pnay excnse my brusque nes--but how on earth do you ex pect to get married?" "I don't know, aunless Cupid es pecially interferes!" said Reming ton, with an odd, despairing grim ace. "Harry, how did you do it?" "How did...

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. — 12 July 1879

Ill ___~__ _ __ ____________________________________________---- --- ----------~ " - - - *The Blesing of Governent, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Peoor." VL COVINwiTON, ST. Tnr.ANY PARIS, LA., SATURDAY. JULY 12. 1879. 0O .5. 'pj DEAI C~LER IN Dri 4~6, Grmm sb Hardware, -; -ioes, - " n , Caq Etc. i tcia steet. near Columbia, v:'-,WVLNGTON. LA. ! (3 -, liydso on hand a full line of ' e*e lade (tletbim. A A Riigheet price psui I fr, Qotsna. Hdles. Wool. am3 p lkinds of country produce. I*N: 7-:. J. SMITH'S RV V4l11 (IRFICERY STOIE cri HATS. SHOE)S. * :ILOCKE lY. A.4'iy ehOt l AthLcoteCt fer City nud, '· .('ciutitr LWat the lOWeutL S- a uuh prices.. -Covington. La. Hlrh.h* ee paid for Wool. Hides'.! Chickens, tc. Ac.. Sc CHARLES HEINTZ, (Ageunt.) r MERO.A.NT. l ecrives. .,otijlol cuppli.. of well '.w- lee t i` kith tUELKD ,aw crboice FJAXIJY GROCERIES, WV ",waill be aold at low figures. - C.aatrr produoe tIkem in ex clmjpe for goniba. at uarket pr...

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. — 12 July 1879

ST'. TAMMANY FARKER. (*dal Journal of St. TaRamiaiy Pariah. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. t.MITH ... ... PROPaTroI. W. G. KENTZEL ........ Eu.ITr. And Bustues, M3ansager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one vyir ............ ..2 00 One cepy. aix noeths............. 1 00 One copy. threo mouths .......... 50 COVINGTUN. LA.: Saturday, July 12, 1879. From all parts of the parish we learn that crops are very mucwh in need of rain. "Father," said a cobbler's lad as he was pcgging away at an old shoe , "they say that trout bite good now 1" "Well, well," rephed the old gentleman, "you btick to your work and they won't bite you I" The four nuammoth Armstrong guns recently made cost England $500,000. They are thirty-two feet in length, and are fired with charges of from 400 to 00O pounds of pow der. The projectiles weigh a ton. Two of the guns go to Malta and two to Gibralter. Judging from their size, the Armstrong must be a strong arm. Mr. A Meynier, Jr., the enter prising and talented editor of...

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. — 12 July 1879

ST. TIhANY PARdIER. Couiatem, July 12, 1879. LOCAL ITEMS. The Mails. T Covington Iniila will arrive and depart accordiug to the f.oli'w ing sehedale, hind and iveather per mitting: ARRIVe. DFPART. Mmday ....9 P. Y.r rondaA..... S A. . Thelpy...S . . j Tuesdy ..... 5A. X. St rday..1s P. w Frtisy...... A. D. Our Agents. Tme following named zentlemen. we ar authorized Agents, to col leet subscriptions and solicit adv1r timements for the St. Tammunany Faams: Mandeville- Joseph L. Dicks. K]diuonville--U. Galata.s PrTet River-Morris H. Tally. Bayou Laombe--Chas. Aubry. 7b Police Jury will meet in reg ular semion at the Courthouse next Monday. Mr. Cshrles Frederick has start ed anow stage line. See adver Mr. J. F. Stureken offers a liberal reward for the recovery of a vaifl:t ble young hound. Ste advertise The steamer Georgia Muney has beSp placed on the ways at Madi somile, for the purpose of having hef roeeo wheel placed ten feet aft, in 4der to lighten her draft aUeoua. -Rev. A. J. With...

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. — 12 July 1879

8't .,:JTAMANY IFAURXE 'ow gasse.o July IS, l879. Cws wslow" I.L iJ i* j 7V, THE WIDOW'S LOVER. "Yes, I think I shall give him an answe in the afarumitve," said Mrs. Beeswax, smiling into the tiny as paragfn-bordered looking glasI, and adjusting the. little curl on the left trample, which she had just roll ed up an a hot slate pencil. "He certainly means ',nnething, or he wouldn't have squeezed my band so when he went away last, or left that copy of the Trumnpt Call. And such a appropriopate thing, too, when one comes to think of it? He is a bachaelr and I am a widow, He is partial to rtral life and I have gout faWO, He must be hbitty'eiz, at the very leant, and I. a not for ty-one until my next birta-day. Its vrryl luky I called him in, instead of that bomceopathic doctor, to at tend Liaette's sore throat. Mr., Dootor Dodd! It sounds a greet deal eatter than plaia Beswa,~ to be ifcre!" t, i sAiDa lBeeamwa s fat, fair and forty, rand if her hair was reddish add her e'ye did not e ga...

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. — 19 July 1879

"TheBlessins of Government, L'e the Dews from Heaven, S!iult Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." COVIkTGTON, ST. TaMArLb Y, PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JULY 19. 1879. .~ i,•n. | .in • . u n . . .n - u nun-ml1' - m' a a i .| .nm i m m I i u t"e, JCAHIER, 4L't RR &Lu in D 1 P qrocariss, Hsraware, sIwr 'bihas. ants, Caps, Rtc.. d ftoh~ire't, nc-u CoInumbia, - i OOV LNGTON, LA,. 9!aLu~lf7 oo hand a full line of' 'ý.: ,5 ," "i - a .S*rl.dy*31muied CIeakiug. fritt price pail for Coron, Hi1s. Woel tot all kindr of eonntry pindliw.. .eld- 1 .iHL J.BSMITH'S D'R'f C roODS. HATS. SHOE5S, - CROCKEIRfY An2 a General Aaaortuient far City andl 4Hl-r ; ° t upt;-. at the lowest .tr~,;d. _ ai priy e. {Oor'vingtc fl, La. ttlueiex;irfree pajAi for Wool, Iidoe, Chi, keteti, ek . ,(cc, .e. pARLS HEmNTZ, (A!cit.) jýA1is cwtiiiuai 'supil es of welt r- i lectd DRY t OUD:+ an -I ahuice FAMILY' MOOftOCERIESIO xwill ee bold at low figur-es º- (.oinntir pm oucbce L u in ex cYi $itfir goods, at manrket pri...

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. — 19 July 1879

UT. TANKANY FARKER. (Plr~iaJ.mmas of St. T amme# Pari... I8SUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. Z. S H ... .....Paormuros. W. G. KENTZEL........ EEDroa. Aid Budsess Manaser. sates of Advertisiag. Te Liaw of Ws (Brevier) type, or t egtev 4e0b i l#rger typr, amsnliu ae quass, uiasTr a.SmTartO. Owx DOLt.AL Oe sauare.. $ 3.0I 8 0014.00 $80.00 Two asauwes. 6. e 12.001i 0.091 30.00 Tht-seqaares 6.501 15.00` 25 00 40.00 Quar. column 8.001 18.001 .00 50 00 Half eolueun 12.0" 30.00 50001 75.00 WhMol'eol ' l .00! 50.001 76.00100 .0 1--- - -- (CVFLGTON, LA. : htureav, July 19, 1979. The U. S~ Man-of-War Wachusett, engaged in enlisting boys for the nlval service, has returned to New (Mleans. The number of applieants so far has been small. About a doson boy., aeompanied by their parents or guardians, applied for enlistment last Wednesday, several of whom were aooepted. In order to enter the service, the boys most be between the ages of ifteen and eighteen years; no boys will be en listed without the consent ...

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. — 19 July 1879

- A.. -PAR~ER. Cwviastm., Juli 19, 1879. The Covington mails will arrive ~d d4.prt according to the foliow imn 4 wind and weather per A i DEPART. *oa ....9 . x. Monday..... 2 A. - Thursday...9 . TTuvad.y . x. Our Agents. The following named gentlemen Sre our authorized Agents, to col lee subscriptions and solicit adrer tiseemunts for the St. Tammany Mandeville- Joseph L. Dicks. Madisonville---R. Galatas. PePrl River-Morris HL Tally. aIyeth Liicombe-Chas. Anbry. hie steamer Lulu, Capt. Poite enat, has arrived at Madisonville, for repairs. lrzuious.--Rev. H. C. Weymouth, Baptist Missionary, will preach in ti, Prepbyterian Church, Coving ton, to-morrow (Sunday) morning, at 11 o'clock. Public respecfully inited to attend. We understand that the numer ats friends of Mr. Chas. Aubhry, Tax Collector, have presented that gentlemaun with a vry handsome iid~dl.. This slight token will doubtlems be highly appreciated by Mr. Aubry. Ahem! Looks like it meight rain! Hoaxs DzowNxD.-Last Saturday e...

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. — 19 July 1879

ST.. TAXUANY FAMEBR. CUwvaef.s, July 189, 179. -- I-i i THE TWO LOVE LETTERS. i'We don't take boarders," said M.p..FCrquhar, looking in an owl ibh fashion tlfrough her spectacle aglassest Mr. DtHar't Waller. "We've got plenty and tj spare without thie trouble of 'em. You'll find the tr era three-quarter. of a mile below. Yd. muet have come right past its d-otk." "So I did," said Mr, Waller, who possessed the insiunatin.g semi chivalric manner that made every lady whom he addressed feel her self, for tbbh time being, the only feiliniue ci· tnre in all the uni-I ve pe; ':but so amount of muji would hire me to make my home in a-rlae like thats Ber tit is like.a gil.QR of Paradise;" loding ad "~ri ~lf ound iu the shady lawns, th emlenatias-brdered porch,, qnd the rose hedges all sprinl~d oaver tab pibkk body soI'sreus mnai airt, ou wiit eteustidfr' yar de cibi, i~nd ta 'zeme it'"for a .few d4ta, ,n Kuiwll promaisO to. be no nh.rw treoble thatnakittm.", ikMs. F a nhar w.s b u.nt .baan, a...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 July 1879

"The Blessings of Government. Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." "A. 6.0 (COVINGTON, ST. TA ANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JULY 28. 1879. NO. .7. t---- alltll i~.-~--- t - -~-~ ~-~ -~~-.-- ------- ---; J. CAHIER, Dry -mods. Groceris, Hardware, Be . Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Boston street, near ColIumb. * COV NGTON, LA. an also on hand i full line of Retadw"Nad C'lothing. I igheet. priee pall for Cotton. Aides. WOOL and all kinds of country produ.". de14 l v H. J. SMITH'S RETAIL GROCER Y STORE Di:i (GOODS. HATS4. SHOES. CltOCKEI:Y Ant a ('.moral Aa-ortxnuiat. for City au~l Country use. at e lImwces c ah price,. Covingtcn. La. Highest. priersa peid for Wool. Hidlea. Chirkene. etr·. .1tc.. dc.. CHARLES HEINTZ, ýI~ejr.dd" MERCHANT. Itei'es ...uriUaal £1j 'nll P1ir .t we-l w- Ice ted DRY ('.(.MII)f and tlmntee FAMILY G}ROCERIES.: R hi,-h will tor sold at low fiiures. ~ca- Conlntrr prn~lnue~ 11Ltuk. inlCP cha C ur. for gonils. at amarket pried. 2t' [n e...

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 July 1879

S''. TAIMANY FARKER. O if 'iul Jourº,ed ou St. T7"inwia.,y Parisk. ISSUED EVERY SATC:lD)AY. J. E. SMITH ....... PIapLuwTroln. W G. KENTZEL ........ Eurron And Busnlies .1lauager. SUBSCRIPTION.V R TES One copy, one year ............... 2 00) One copy, six months ............ 1 IN) One copy, three montha .......... 50 Rates of Advertising. Ten bters . l'th (Ilire, ier) type, or its e.'ic r'ater ir Iq lrýe tll~, co,,stitees ONE sQUARlE, FIRST IN.ERLTION, ONE DOLL4IR - t = , ' IO .- - --- II One square..:$ 3.. $ 8 i00 $14.01. $21. ( Tw, S"l'tre.. S.10 . 12.I4 1120.(1I 30.00N) Taure .quareý! 6. 1: 15.10 2 2501 O. -141 Quar. s-olmn! 8.00' 18.40' 3:0.00, 0 00 Hdf columnnl 1S.001 30. 00 50.00) 75.00 Whlolecol'mun 2l I.4N, 511.00 75.00 010) .0 Legal Advertismlvnts -One Dollar per squasre for the tirst insertion, and Fifty Cents for each sulbequent insertion. Personal cards, when admis sable. ten cents per line, paya:ble in advance. COVINGTON. LA.: $aturdav, July 26, 1879. "DOWN WITH SUCH JOU...

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 July 1879

ST. TAXX[ANY FARMER. CowimgCtwa, July 26, 1879. LOCAL ITEMS. The Kails. The Covingtoun miuls will arrive· and depart accurdiug to the foliuw in# schedule, wiud aud weather per Nuittiug: ARUtlUM DEPART. Mou-by v. . .9-. 3c Munttrv. 2 . . '. ,rhon"d.. J P. ) . rnr.la3 .....5 A. n. baiturdav .12 P. -m. Fritity...... A. X. Our Agents. The following named gentlemen are our authorized Agents, to col lect subscriptious and solicit adver tisements for the St. Tanmmany Madlisonvil-le--h. (alat.s. P'earl ltiver-Mornri H. Tally. Bayou Lacoutbe-Chas. Aubry. Boat forsale. See ad. Copious showers again this week. See advertisement of steamers Heroine and New Camelia. The celebrated "Abita Springs" property is advertised for sale. Quite a number of visitors in Cov ingtou now, and more constantly a vriving. The game law for the protection deer expires next Thursday. We ,w of one I arty of geatleule--n ho intend starting on a deer huant ixt Friday, and we expect soon t clhrlicehng the receipt of a '...

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 July 1879

ST. TAXXNBY P4IXER. .sT THJ PWOMI1SEA LAND. 7. N4EOao EXODUa. [New York SoiJ.] To ftlly tqrlerstand the probable pousequences o th.e proposed exo Adu of the bjack lboprera from the lounth t the tWi terp plains of Kanss uand Nebraska, it is neces sary to know the financial condition of the yo utg States now eetabJish ing there, Ue cost of living, the character of their labor, the cost of oplioug a farm and making t self supp.rwig. Knowing these facts, any one can jd.Ige of the probable IsutLc.s or f ilure of the movenment, as fai me the betterment of the eon ditoun of the late rlaves in concerned. Duriug whztt are calle, the' fl8sb times," extending rom t 1b64 to 1$i3, the price. of the farm pro dtects of the West were very btih, and many, if Uno all of the owlets us the ricu farms beyond Ohio were nmaious to inicrease their. arreage. The.y lorrouwed toney fre3l, at very extrav.agant rates of interest, fur the purpos of buying uwre land to eai to their already too large estaites, and...

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 August 1879

V" hj1ruuim p,ýsy.urt., 1 D * # + Remam AMik* upon the Rich anl the Poor." .i, '. f r I.." ý; U UT.r V~~q4SI UIIL n~d a~d~sa..~rer _PId*8 AIgE #YVAtAUs? 3, 1. NO; 18e.. T' also on hand a fail line of SRea"- Ma4e Clothiuag. Righeast price pe fbr Cot+n, .Biles. Wal, and all kinds of country produce. del4 Iv H. J. SMITH'S ' RETAIL GROICERIY STORK DRY. GOODS. CROCKERY And. Geneaint l&ortment for City and - Conbtry nRe, at the lowest cash prices. Covifngton. La. tlithee.pricas paid for Wool, Hides. Chickens, etc. Au.. .&e. CHARLES HEINTZ, ' MERCHANT. Beceiss contiunal tuppilin ofr well .r leetrd 1)1RI ciOOD.i :W choice FAMILY GROCERIES. Wltrh will he sold at low flguha. ' (hAhnniw prodler taken in en change for goad.:.. at mwrket price. IP.aL counection with the general 1itrcatile ebusiness Of this house, the prn.rietAr la.. established a neat BAR kd). , where he will keep the utinet ut Wines Liqnorh, Lter Beer. Cigars, etc. eonstantly on hand ;tad at riOces to suanit the tiwau ....

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 August 1879

St. TAIXANY PARKER. ~.d l Jour.uul of a Tam(ni.y Parial. JAs~IE i VERY SATURDAY. J. E.: 8MI- ......... Po.u.mo. W. G.A EINTZEL ..... .Elorros Abd BDelsies Managser. ~5b8CUBIPTION RATES Oae Aye aoe year ...............82 00 O. copy. aix months ............. 1 00 One eop~, lkree maouta ........... 5 3.tes of Advertising. Ten flues qf tis (Brevier) type, or its equid nerts sau rg.v +e, .aewartas r a . ·rVuarasro, ow rA care **D i rM ON Ns nou n One square . 3.) 8.0014.00 .00 Two equarea. 5.00 18.00 90.0 30.00 Tbreaseuared 6.50 15.005 00 40.00 Q4ar. oluau 8.01 18. 30.00 5000 Bfiestla 19.00 30.0 50.00 75.00 Wholeol'r .0 0 50.00 75.00 00.0 Legal AdvertUasenta--One Dollar per auJq ;for the dmt insertion. and Faty (,a sbr each subseement insertion. Psiaiona eard when admis asble. ten cents per line. payable in advance. COVINGTON, LA.: Saturday, August 2, 1879. Yellow fever has appeared in New Orl. ans Seveal cases and two or three deaths are reported. Many interior towns are quaran tining a...

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 August 1879

IT. T4EIANY FPAWIEL C~k A t 2t, 1879. I04ºLITEMS. TB9It1oingtoa tuaSfrig 1j rive ei d srt aesording to the. ollow hgaab dumle, wind and weather per tows. i DnA3T. Thumauay. _9:. TI Terdary.5. Murdy ..14 P.M. Friday. .5 A. Now -at venison. Probate Coutt meets next Mon iouse for rent See advertise T1...pirit of improvement still lingers in Covingtop. We ha. had plenty of rin for the pesenit, thank vonu Regular monthy meeting of the Tom itouneiltext Tueeday even Tiae new ropf tors will soon be sheddjng their glittering effulgence' druog r braud boulevards. AMu snterprising New Orleans os asker has been hanging out i shingles on our shade trees. Ijsny "beautiful belles" are en .yin the blessings of rural lif, id- _~aMiug our town with their W*A~m presence, aU-There will be services e Lie! Methodist Church to-morrow ! l--day) at 11 A. . and 8 . .w, by SlilRev. I. L Peeblem. Public eur 1dially invited to attend. day exersionists fromn the complain that they have too -;iAb a time to remain...

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 August 1879

IT. TAIANYl PAIEIER Cai ,,.`. -a . Z. X179. + EIM WARONG. IRL. r was a wild, thoughtless fellow in those days. and willing to enter into inSjoraa e, provided it .was not really 'df.iatoriabdte. I had been "suspeaded" once at the oollege to which my ather had sent me, and had barely enajbd a>wporse fate. " _ however, at the age of twen trge, I was free. I had gradu atedi d&ecet staading, which was all I had ever expeated-more, I thial, than my frinds counted on. I wlaong to have a year of travel, of wingeriing at ay will, and during that time I maust decide what I would do or be. Tonq Haden was going ito the country, to agreat .shiipg place, and he had made me promise to go withtrm; I tried to beg off at the Iast; buthe held me to my word, and at sunset on that September aftnonu.u we slighted at the hotel in Iatchas. As ispranlg fromp the dept-wagon, I turnedisomewhat savagely to Tom, whirirs ag" hUr"r his poles sut thliut,*, whicu,ýere ".rnpod on be.,1 "What the deuce!" I exc...

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