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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 August 1879

__ Ta__man ar "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." Vo0 5. COVINGWTON, ST. TAIIANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. AUGUST 9. 1879. NO. 289 i- i---------- - - - -- ----------- -~ - J. CAHIER, DEALER IN Dry :G oods, Oroceries, Hardware, BD , Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. moston street, dear Columbia, COVINGTON, LA. Itas als. on hand a full line of Ready-Made Clothing. H.lRIt'priite pai l for Cotton, Hil' s, Woiol.' A all kinds of country produlte. ,del- Iv H. J. SMITH'S REt.AIL GRW)CER; STORE DRY GOODS. HATS. SHOES, CROCKER Y And a (eneral .sXwortment for City and 'ountvy use, at the lowest " lnsh prl. ,. Covington, La. i.}.:ý ptrilts lp'J for Wol. Hikes. Cl-ej tcn ,.. ,l., ,t. CHARLES HEINTZ, MERCHANT. ** ei,.e iu'itt;ual" sn af,,.. of Well .- ; FAMILY GROCERIES, 1.L~h' h will l.A nolhd at low lignuis. /Ad- Countt producei taken in ex elmhaue for gou.ns, at market piiee. .O. '.n connection with the gelt4ral rranntile ,busiess of t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 August 1879

ST. TAEIANY PARIER. OMoiiatleurnal of the Parish of St. Tammany. 1SSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SUSITH ......PRoPnUro. W. G. KESTZEL........ Euro_. Auid siuaess Manager. ..- -------- - I SC,3RCIIPT7'IO.V RTES One copy, one year ............... 2 00 One copy, six ououths ............. 1 i One eopy. three mouths .......... 501 Rates of Advertising. Tea lines of this (Brevier) type, or it equicr aent i» larler type, eonstitutes a spetlre. O.K RSqUAlE, FIRST IOSlETIO\, ONe DOLLAR. Oua sqUtare.. $ 3,03i $ 8 00 14.00 $20.o0 Two square.j 5.00 12.001 20.00 30.00 Taree Ksqniars 6 50 15.00 :5 00 40.00 Qiar. clu:un 8..00 18.00' 311.00 50 00 Hdlf ncln:unl 1t.00 )0 30.00 50.00 75.00 Wjiolecol'mn 20) It) 5L t00 75.00 100.0 Legal Advertiswents-One Dollar per squtar for the tirat insertion, and Fifty Cets for oeaeh subsequent insertion. Personal eards, when almise sable, ten cents per line. payable in advance. COVINGTON, LA.: Saturday, August 9, 1879. Galveston bad received 670 bales of new coutton u...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 August 1879

ST- TAiIAY F PARLER. Cotinsm.n, AuAUt 9, 1879. KAI ITEMS. The Mails. The Coviiut p. ma!.s pill arrive and depart sued:,rding'to the foliow ing schtedle, wind and weather per nuttiug: AItM3V. j . ,DEPART. Monday .... 9 P. . Monday. ....2 A. M. Thursioby... 9 . x. iuesdav.....6 A. M. Naturdal .12 P. -. Friday. .... M. Our Agents. The following named gentlemen sre our atlhorized Agents, to col lect sub wriptious and solicit ad ver tisements for the St. TaWnniany F.LRxER: Mandeville- Joseph L. Dicks. Madiuouvilie -Ri. Galatas. Pearl River-Morris H. Tally. Bayou Lac uobe-Chas. Aubry. The Aremsment Roll For the year 1879 is now in the Recorder's office, at the Courthouse, where it tan be seen until Septum ber 5th, for correction. The Firs Venirso. Master "Tip" Burns takes the palm for having sent us the first piece of venison, "new crop," we have seen this season. He took his little gun and killed "two of 'eu" last Friday week, August 1. Mr. Preston Burns also killed a fint. buck on 2d in...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 9 August 1879

9F1TJ.AN ANY FARIER. Ceialmgtem August 9, 1879. "COUSIN MIB." "Fair and false! Oh, Irene!" "Who's fair and false now?" ques tioned a merry girl's voice, sudden lv making itself heard from the other side of the grape arbor. The young man who had invol untarily uttered these words blush ed a furious crimson, hurriedli thrust his fingers through his curl; lair, as though the action wouIl hide his acnfusion, and looked- on every side. The next moment the vine wax thrust aside, and a fair, girlish face with laughing eyes, was visible. "Mib!" exc.iiued the young man How long have you been there?" "Only long enough to hear that doleful exclamatory soliloquy," way the reply, as the girl stepped into the harbor, revealing a slender fig. ure elad fashionably, but quietly; an arch face, with lovely blue eyes, that looked with a mocking expres sion at him; fresh, youthful--only eighteen years old. The man who answered her gaze, though in a very melancholy fashion, waq not more than twenty-one, ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 16 August 1879

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." Vol. 5. COVINGTON, ST. TAMIANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. AUGUST 16. 1879. NO. 30. 3. CAHIER, Diy Goods, Groceries, Hardwfre, Boots, Suops, Hai.. C.ps". Esc. Du'. 1S 'i iS 13 ýil?. Cu4 COVINGTON, LA. H:Jjs ai4V to. 1';'.,d it tl' lioe of Keadv-Made ~lelihin.;. wOot. h'J. :. I 1. II , I hcOi'i V .30 e. Et~e1 ! 1, H. J. SMITH'S RETA 1IL (UU)CEII)' STURi1 D1RY GOODS. ShOES, CROCI(ERY A.'d at (, - .h.e Aa .o .n ý.·,e ;... C:.ý . Covington, La. fli;;ie&t t -ics: ic' for Wool,. 1i idles. Chae..eu , ec. oa, c t:. CHARLES HEINTZ, MERCHANT, $WY:(tvt', t"."Ittlnnttl x111111liea o~f well st Ictieti JMufl .tkJDUU .tu deutlce FAMILY GROCERIES. Which will be siold at low difirees. Co~ tonntyl prittlnct. taken in eN ctange for goodiat, nt .da.ket price. $fr. In eounancttou wwitit the geuaerctI Mercatntile bmaaaznett. of thia 'aone. the proprietur has. entl,lisrhed at neatt B'AR tt>03w, whe...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 16 August 1879

ST. TAMNANY FARKER. OMoial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SMITH .......PaoPaz-roR. W. G. KENTZEL ....... EDITOR And Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION BA TES One copy, one year ................ 200 One copy, six mouths .......... 1 00 One copy, three mouths .......... 50 Rates of Advertising. T1a lines of this (Brevier) type, or its equiv Gtle ui larger type, constitutes a square. ONE SqUArE, FIrST IssrERTON, ONE DOsLsA. T:lree quares 6.501 15.00 25 00 40.00 Qnar. oolann 3.00 18.00 30.00 50 00 alf colnnl 12.00 30.00 50.00 75.00 Whole col'mnl 20.00 50,00 75.00 100.0 Legal Advertismenta-One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for eeah subsequent insertion. Personal cards, when admis sable, ten cents per line. payable in advance. COVINGTON. LA.: Saturday. August 16, 1879. NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the Democratic Parish Executive Com mittee, at Covington, on Saturday, the 23d day of August, 1879. J. M. THOMPSON, Chairman De...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 16 August 1879

ST. TA]tANY FARMER. Covington, August 16, 1879. LOCAL ITEMS. The !ai.. The Covington mails will arrive and depart according to the foliow ing schedule, wind and weather per mittiug: ARRIUVE. E.APT. Vonday ... . P . Monday....~.2 :`. -. Thursday. 9 P. . Tusday.....6 a. n. Satnrdla .12 P. M. Friday. .... 6 4. x. Our Agents. The following named gentlemen are our authorized Agents, to col leet subscriptions and solicit adver tisements for the St. Tanamany FARMER: Mandeville- Joseph L Dicks. Madisonville -R. Galatas. Pearl River--Morris H. Tally. Bayou Lacombe-Chas. Aubry. A Chapter of Accidents. Last Sunday evening a very serious accident cccurred to Charlie Risher, aged about twelve years. He was out boat riding with his brother and sister, when they found a muscadine vine growing on a tree overhanging the river. They stopped the boat under the tree, and Charley clumb up to gather the grapes. W ten about eight feet above the bo:t, the liamb on which he was standing broke anti he fril 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. — 16 August 1879

ST. TANMANY PARMER. Covington, August 16, 1879. HOW HE WAS CURED. "My name is Laggs -Major Laggs, sir! What I don't know about war isn't worth knowing, sir!" Here the Major generally paused to take breath, and contemplate the effect of his words upon his listener. "Yes, sir!" he would continue, "I've seen service. Blood and bul lets are my proper food. Never was frightened. Went into a battle once cool and composed as I am now, but my left leg was nervous. It mani fested a tendency to depart for more peaceful scenes. But I glanced at it sternly, coenuandiug, 'Be quiet leg-be quiet!' and immediately it was firm as a rock. There was will, sir! At that same battle. when I was in the very thickest of the fight. I caught a cowardly soldier making an attempt to run away. I just looked at him, and he returned to the ranks and fought bravely the rest of the day. lie told me after, ward he would rather singly face a whole army than receive again the eagle glnilce of my eye." MaJor Laggs was ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 August 1879

*f WJI P39J.L '(11 I`ti '· ..:.J -i ___- --- __ __ _ -- - -- _____ 3ýý.5 . COVITiGYON, uT1.. WAI A Y j' S,ATUU IIDAY AI , i 18 io._ . 3L 3.JCA QA R, .",. ... ,, , ... , . mo My Good:.' srlese , Kazdusro, t "1mkos Utesi, Katu, "Cap, 't. i e.. Golltner bs. strs, enr. BOwcorq COVINGTON, LA. .U&s alo on hand £ (nil line of ý.: . Resdy-Made Clothing. 7ligtiest pr# psTTfor Cnttnn. Wi~et, I ý1ýºt." 4i' all knll of oesnatt prodnne. $1 , Fl. 1. SMITH'S ij$ TAiL GRQ0(E:E Y STORE. Dai GOODS. - 'HATS. SHOES, * * CROCKE=IY Country .ik. tdth ~e iurweit casl& prices. .ICi'o v ington,L'La.-I!: Highest prices p urii for Wool. Hi CHARLES HEINTZ, odt - - gr" (AN.) 1 U - ~.d* M·~ERO2R4NT llceivep oontainnl unpplies of well st I& 'tL1'64JtII)4 its chdoab " l ' y GROCERIES, 4'6?i4h'iud lie stold at low figure.. (site u or.ua ntry prodiee. taken in ex-: e mjung figw ,gool :.4 aut arket juriee. "*'~m'In -connection with the general ý the oal* iuiicita of t ii.. house. t~he, j~ro rietor h.r. est...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 August 1879

3iT. TANWANY FARMER. Ohoial Journal of the Parish of 8t. Tammany. DBUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SMITH ....... PaoP mon. W. U. KENTZEL........ Enrro. And Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION BATES Qpe copy, one year ................8 00 One copy, six months............. 1 00 One copy, three months ........... 50 Rates of Advertising. Tea lines of this (Brevier) lype, or t ep.si, cleat is larger type, custites a sqtpare. sR SQIsRE., FI.RT LsERTION. ONE DOLLAR. c Q Oae square.. S 3 00 $ 8 00 ;314. 0S0.00 Two squares. 5.0 12.00, 90.00 0.00 Three squares 6.50 15.001 25 00 40.00 arr. column 8.00 18.001 30.00 50 00 Half column 12.00 30.00 50.00 75.00 Wholecol'mn 90.00 50.00 75. 100.0 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Ce.nw for each subsequent insertion. Personal cards, when admis sable, ten cents per line, payable in advance. COVINGTON. LA. : Saturdaw, Ausust %, 1879. NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the Democratic Pariah Exestive Com mittee, at Covingt...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 August 1879

ST.. 'AXIKAY PALILB. Cvsr5tsm, Aomst s$, 1*79. LOCAL ITEMS. The Covington mails will arrive and depart according to the follow inagichedule, wind and weather per nmitting:; AR[VyE. DWpAIT. S. i o a ..... A._ . Thu ..9 t Lr u .-....6 s. - ,A-.. Our Agents. The following asan d gentlemen are our authorized Agents, to col lect subecriptions and solicit adver timsmenti for the St. Tammany a~rndeville- Joseph L Dicks. Madisouville.-LR. Galatas. Pearl River-Morris H. Tally. .StaoU Laeombe-Chas. Aubry. Jam latarday Night The steamer New Camelia, while coming up the river, caught up a large log and sent one end ofi it lying through the wheel-house.' FortiAisly nome of the pasengers were Ia that part of the boat at the time of the accident She was laid up Medaly for repairs, but came in last Thursda as usual. The damage was alight .atole Besoue died at his home in Mandeville last Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock, of wounds re ceived during the difficulty in which Capt. Boyle lost his life, on 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. — 23 August 1879

S. TANRANY aflERR. S .A(' s t t r Ulll u 4 2i3 1 8 7 9 . -_; EY DID\' TRINK. Once a trap was baited With a jdece orf ~hrldae It tickled so a little mouse It almost made him sneeze: An old rat said, "I'heres ldanger. Bie careful where you go!" "Nonsense!" said the other, "I don't think you know"' 8o he walked in boldly Nobody in sight: First he took a nibble, Then he took a bite. Close the trap together Snapped as quick as wink, Catching mousy fast there, 'Cause he didn't think. Once a little turkey, Fond of her own way. Wouldn'task the old ones Where to go or stay; She said, "I'm not a baby. Here I am half-grown; Surely I am big enough To run aboutalone!" Off she went, but somebody Hiding saw her pass; Soon like snow her feathers Covered all the grass. bo she made a supper Fora sly young mink, 'Cause sheras so headstrong That she wouldn't think. Once there was a rA'in Lived outside the door. Who wanted to go inside And hop upon the door. "Oh, no." saidl the mother, "You must staiy w...

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 September 1879

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VoL 5* COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1879. NO. 34. V eilvuvlnu~nun nsT TaanuIY IIZI, nB. ST InDP BETI BE 18 t89b OIC)O matt. |de J. CAHIER, 'DEAL.ER IN Dry Goodjs Grooeries, Hardware, Boos, Shoes, Eats, Caps, Etc. Columbia, street, cor. Boston, COVINGTON, LA. Ha also on hand a full line of SReay-Made Clothing. Highest price pal 1 for Cotton, Hides. Wool, and all kinds of country prodc ee. , . del4 Iv H. J. SMITH'S -RETAIL GROCERY STORE. DRY GOODS. HATS. 1i SHOES. CROCKERY A- b a General Assortment for City and Country uae, at the lowest Sash prices. Covington, La. Highest prices paid for Wool, Hides, rickens, etc. &e., ke. CIýARLES HEINTZ, . (Ae i.) MERCHANT, sepivres continual supplies of well ae alpted DRY GOODS and choice IAMILY GROCERIES, Whieh will be sold at low figurea. - Country produce taken in ex eb.age for goods, at market price. 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 September 1879

BT. TABIANY FARMER. 0acial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. I8tiUSD EVERy SATURDAY. J. E. YSITH ....... P.l olUuETI'oI. W. G. KENTZEL....... Er',rol:. And Busluess Manager. SCHSUL' IPTIO N o IA 'TES One copy. one year ................ $2 I One i*py. six mouths ............. I ut" One copy, three uonzths .......... jo Rates of Advertising. Tena ihes of Wtai (Brevier) type, or is. ryi ,td .e.e iM Iarger type, cuidtihules a s 1AJre o._s Vqu , FIar DsisWroN, oNE DOLL.E. One .u are... 3.00 s 8 0 $11.0( . 0. . O.. Two iaarea.2 5.u90 12.(1 20.00I 20.01l. Tareu.qaara 6.3+0 15.00 23 (n 4o.1( QUa:r. colR:au 8.001 18.0 s 30.8() 10 o : Htif c4lunaul 12.00 30.1) 50.1k) 75. (~t W.aoie ;A'.au. 2J.001 50.0to 75 ,.(41.;) ,0 Legal A.lrurtismentts-o-ne Dollar p,': equgre for the tirt insertion, and Fifty Cenus for each subsequent iusertioun. COVINGTON, LA. : saturday, Septeamber 13, 1879. NoTrcE To CANDIDATE.-W e will publish announcements in this column at the following rates: For State or Distr...

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 September 1879

ST. , T4. ANY FARMER. Covi alub . Septlember 13, 1879. L.OCAL ITEMS. The Mails. The Covingto. mails will arrive and depart awuordiug to the fohiow iug slchedu t wind and weather per nuttin;g AU ký ji DEPART. Monda ....9 p. I Mon lay.....2 x. . Tlhauray.. . k. ta . Tuesday .....G6 . . Saftritr :-'. Ir .-. . Friday...... s k. 3L Our Agents. The fol..ing named gentlemen are our authorized Agents, to col lect st. itiotk and solicit adver tist-eix'eit 'for the St. Ta:naunanv FaR3Unxt i Maudeille+.'Joseph L Dicks. Madigeowillt--R. Galatas. Pearl iwtivetr-Morris H. Tally. BizoWf L niu be---Chas. Anbrv. THAT TELEGRAPH LINE. W. fiqueutly hear the question i asked, :W t 4l has been done in re ga&d td' that proposed telegraph t !Ilune between, i vington and Pon- fI chatbu.-~ So fIr as we have bheni able to ' earn, no attempt has been nmadle to aneuze the completion of ( t4l) inqphi 4iqfrad enterprise. No1 one seedss. ,iclined to take the at e ,tgt , although it is gen eit i, gdtLited that ...

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 September 1879

ST. TAKEANY PARKER. EwVIntmwm, September 1S,1879. A GAME OF COUBTESY. A bashful lover tried to woo A mailen. fairand slender; She tried at the interview, And scorned his accents tender. Said he, aside, "I will invent A little necromancy, And launch t.her a compliment, To try and catch her fancy." Quoth she, with careless unconcern, "Your words they may be true sir; I wish that I could make return. And say the same of you sir." "Oh. you can do that very well, And do it now-provided. You make up your mind to tell As big a lie as I did." THE DIAMOND CRESCENT. The great drop-curtain which hid the glittering stage of the Academy of Mutic had just fallen, and the crowd, hoarse with applauding and weary of inging boquets, were streaming through the wide aisles toward the green baize doors; the officials were hurrying around ex tinguihing the brilliant clusters of lights one by one, and the beautiful young prima donna "(Katinka Ka selli" on the play-bills, and reputed to be from Hungary--th...

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 September 1879

S.: -"TheBlessgs= of Goverment. Like the Dews iro Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." . . vI 1 -r------- - ___ __ SCOVINGTON; ST. TAKIANY PARISH. LA., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1879. NO; 85, •~ No----~ :; ___- I * J. CAHIER, .*041. DELI.SR Ili 5qr eesu Gsrscerieu, , ardware. 13 8hSUr Hatt Oscps Etc. Colaumbi, a.treet, coE moazm, * *C:VfNGTONI, LA. 80 ta due. hand a fall li.e of * Ready. Mls Clotlkaig. Highest price pail for Cotton, Hiles, wool. and all kinds of country prntlnee. del4lv ,$. 3. SMITH'S" RIP1WIL (ROGERY STORE. DRY GGOODS. R ATS. SHOESC. CROCKERY I11 C4bV4"e*I' 'nft. for City anti *~b ¶7.w~tr'r nu'e, a) t~ luVP,4 cas: h prlrc" ~ovipngtcnr- La. klgheit prices paid for Wcol, Hidie.. .Cbiekenau Otc. &., etc. CH&.LE HEIN emuTZ,, &'.RMRCHANT, .Sio A7 coutinusl supplies of welti r $dN K*$UA and coice GRDMZRIE8. aI' - ..Ai . 7l qnntry produce token in ox ae goatodls, at wyrket price. AM In connection with thee geRterni 3mrtltmrn esl t (i f th ho...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 20 September 1879

T." TAEIAhY PARMER. ORlcal Journal of the Parish of 8t Tamiany. . I~j8UED EVERY SATURDAY. J. K. MITH ....... PuOr-T..o' W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDIL Aum Buslmess Manager. :SUBSCBIPTION RA TES Oa ~py, one year................ 400 O* eopy, Mii months............. I o0 e eopy, three month ......... . 5o iates of Advertising. Teat its of Asi (Brevier) tgp or as equir re,.a islare.r agpe, aouei rm Saqware. eom ·ouAaz, rtnr- Issrron, o0 DozL Ls. On., :..are.. $ 3.tl1$ S 8 0)$14 00 (0.IMI Two S.uara. M ..0i 12.0 X . 20.0 30.00 Tfrree aes. 6.501 15.00 25 00 40.00 Qar. ,nutna 8.(K)j 18.00 30.00 50 0., Balf la,.nn 1 .00l 30.00 50.00 75.00 Wº,tolenol'ant 3'.(011 .50.00 75.k)1 100.0 Legal Advertlnments--One Dollar per square for the first insertion. sad Fifty Cetas for eabh subsequent insertion. COVINGTON, LA.: I·st.may, September 0, 18'79. Norss to CaWoxmmaCa.-We will publish announcements in this column at the following rates: For State or District offices, 8. For Paish offices, $4 Payable inv...

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 September 1879

SD. TAXEANY PARu.R Covimte, September 20. 1879 LOC ITEMS. Mr. D. D. oU New Orleans, died at Mrs I Ssier's house, sear Abita Siprag~; Last Wednesday. Covington'b'a never expect to reach the s.Ai of her properity oatil she h. seecured a railroad, teleýgliae and daily maiL Baou4 Lanes-. -Soae miscreant last uiiO;, tryed five of the large street lamap recently present ed to Coviuga by Mr. J. Rocchi. If the perpetrator of this dastardly outrageesa be discovered, he should be puuished to the extreme penalty of the law. - Pariash warrants for sale cheap. See advertisement. Our eity visitors appear to be paseing the time pleasantly. Hunt ing and fishing excursions, picnics, etc., are of daily occurrence. The Covington Gun Club expect receive their apparatus--trap. klk eta-to-morrow. RsutTous. The Rev. Dr. Mark bara. of New Orleans, will preach in the Presbyterian Church, Cov jigton, next Monday night. The -blie are cordially invited to at -.ted. In regard: to the weather, the dcerk has been...

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 September 1879

C -Sope SePnber 20, 1879 - -.---- -- IN THE MATTER OF DIET. Old Mr I,#.JfI iI4 lays the present is a very unhealthy season of the yearand that >eople mast exercx g rla , J( il ir diet. She says they can not e:at everything. .. And Mwse. : is quite correct People can't eat everything and keep well and hearty. 4 is uuhealthy, for instance, for a person to eat stove-wrenches, either boiled, fried, or on the half shell, for it would probably give him tie "shakes" immediately. baso brulhes in all forms should be avoided as a steady diet. They are very apt to give one the bl.ck tongue. • .,ee bread should be partaken of very sparingly, as an attack of bivees is almost sure to follow an indul-' gence of this kind. Iuolishing-bricks, especially, must be avoided, either washed or whole, for they generally bring on an at tack of scours. Sands of all kinds, either sea sand, ordinzy .sand., or the ,sun~ds of tanme, are prAelearil Aurful in ra weather, as gravel almost always follows a meal o...

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