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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 27 September 1879

"'The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." -oL . COVINGTON, ST. TAXANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1879. NO. 36. J. CAHIER, DEALER IN Gy od, Groceries, Hardware. orts. Shoes, Hats, Cap., Etc. Columbia, xtreet, eoar. Boston, COVINGTON, LA. flna also on hand a full line of Heady-Made ClothinE. Highest prier pai·1 for Cotton. Rilek. Wool. ant all kinds of country prohduce-. del4 Iv H. J. SMITH'S RRTAJIL GIO.bCE tY S.T 0 H.. DRY GOODS. HATS., SH( )ES, ('ROC(KE1Y And a (.n'rt~nl A,.srtwnr*nt f hr ('ity and Counltry U '. at thie A.ts *'ash ipri-ve.. Covington. La. Hiýhlrst prices paidl for H not.4. fllish . Cltickuna., et'. %-1.. ,-. CHARLES IHEINTZ, MERCHANT. .1A.eives eontioual sull,liies of well se ..eted DRY (1)T ( Dl and cuit-ic, FAMILY GROCERIES. Whieh will be sold at low figures. pe Country prodnee taken in ei. rhainge for goods., at market price. ~Wr In counnetion with the general Mercantile LaUinet-s of thi...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 27 September 1879

btA. TAIXANY FARMER. Oflcial Journal of the, Paris of St. Tammany. ISSUED E'ERj SATUtDAI. '. L. SMITH .......Paoornwroa. W.. G. Ki NTZEL ....... EDrron. ASd uesi .ss Manager. SUBSCBIPTION BATES One copy. one year .............. 3$2 00 One copy, six months............. 1 00 One sopy, three months........... il Rates of Advertising Tne lie of lUs (Brevier) type, or its equir ee. it la eyer type, constitutes ON1E %Q-uA M, FIrST mwS nTON. ONE DOL.AR. On- ..)ur.. 3 00$ 8 00 $14.00 80.0 Two s i.tresn. . () 12.0) 20.e00i 30.00 T .ree.tluare. . 6.50; 15.00' 25 00 40 .c( Q.tar. colrun; 8..0) 18.00. 3:.001 50 00 Jtif coiumu; 12 .VJ 3o0 50.001 7;.00 Wtaole :,l',nn; 2' 1 1i S' .00' 75.00 100.0 Legal Aadverti.tments -(ne Dollar per square for the tirst insartion, at2- Fifty Cents for eseh subsenquent insertion. COVINGTON, LA. : .att.r.av, Septermber 27, 189.= NOTrCE To CAIk:D.TESr.--We Will publish i-inouncenaents in this column at the following rates: For State or District offices, 48. For Pari...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 27 September 1879

ST-..-TAlIANY PAi ~ER. Co C 5 Aton, SeptEmber 27, Sii LOCAL ITEMS. Our Agents. The following named gentlemen are our authorizwl Agents, to col l.e*t slbscriptio ns and solicit adver tise!nents for the St. Tammany JFARMEi1: Marideville- Joseph L. Dicks. M:ulisonville -R. Galatas. Pearl River--M~,rri:; H. Tally. Bayou Laeombe-Chas. Allry. Wanted imnwediatt-,y-A rcilroad from Covington to Mandeville.. A fine double-barrel s:otg un it for sale cheap. See advertisement. A meeting e; the School Board will he held in Covington, on Sat urday, Oct. 4. Persons having freight in the warehouse of the New Camelia had better call for it promptly. See adlertisement A meeting of the Democratic Executive .Committee is called, to be held at the Courth'ouse, in Cov ington, on Monday, Oct. 6. See advertisement. QUARTERLY M)EETINr will be held at the Methodist Church, in Coy ington, commencing on Saturday, Oct. 11. and continuing until Sun day night, Ort. 12. Presidicng Elder John E. Ellis :and Rev. I. ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 27 September 1879

ST. TAXIANY FARMER. Ceof'lrtoe. September 27, i1T79 TURNED FROM[ T[E DOOR. "No tramps here," said I, and I haut the door in his fabe, .I dd., The wind blew so I could hardly do it, and the sleet was bestiagn upon t-e panes, and the bare trees were groasing and moaning as if they atufered in the storm. "Xo 'tramps here; I'rm a lone woman, and I'm afraid of 'era." Then the man I hadn't seen yet, for the dark, went away from the door. Champ, champ, champ came the man back again, and knocked at the door-knocked not half No loud as he did before---and I open ed it, hot and angry. This time I saw his face-a pale ghost of a face -with yellow-brown hair, cropped close, and great, staring blue eyes, and he put his hand against the door and held it open. "flow near is the next house, ma'am?" said he. "Three miles or more, said I; "no drinks to be got there; it is Miss -litten's, and she's just as set agin tramptsa I an," "I don't want drink," said the man, though I do want food. You needn't b...

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. — 4 October 1879

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1879. NO. 37. ..._ .- - - - ,.,. --= , • • .= , = J. CAHIER, DIALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, , eob, Shes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Columbia. street. cor. Boston, COVINGTON, LA. Hail also on hand a full line of Ready)-Made ('lething. Highret price pai:i for Cotton. Hidles. Wool. ad all kinds of oonntry prodcnee. del4 Iv H IJ. SMITH'S RETAIL GRO(ERY I STORIE ,ia DRY GOODS. HATS. SHOER. CROCK ERtY And a (enerul Aesr:tmnt for City :an1 Country it..-, at the lowst enah prices. ' . C i gtcn, La. . Highest prices paid for Wool, Hidke. Chie'kens. etc. kc., &e. CHARLES HEINTZ, (A4.etd,) MERCHANT, SReeeivre continnal supplies of well xo lectud U)i"T GOODS and choice SFAMILY GROCERIES. Which will be sold at low figures. ;tp' Country produce taken in ed'' clutnge for goods, at market price. Jf In connecti.n with the general Jere...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 October 1879

$BT. TAMMANY FARMER. Omcial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSU SD EVERY SATUrRDAY. J. . SMITH ., .... PoParToT , W, G. KENTZEL ........ EDITOR. And Business Mauanaer. -- i --------- -~ SUBSCBIP TION BA TIF," One copy, one year...............$2 00 One Gopy, eir oonths ............ 1 0(u One copy. three months ........... 50 Uates of Advertising. Ten lines of this (Brerier) type, or its Tyquic alent i La.rger type, eonstilutes a quaqre, ONiE SQUIsTE, FIJy L'n SRTo rN, ONE DOLLAR. One lquare.. $ 3 .0o $8 00 1.00 420.00(, Two square.' 5. 00 12.0W 20.00 30.00 T treesqtrf ( 50 15.00 25 O01 40.r00 Q ar. ootanq 8.0(t 18.00' 30.o0 50 00 [ lf columan 12.00J 30.001 50.00o 75.00 W olee jl'mna 2l.00)! 50.00; 75.00 100.0 Legal Advertisnlents--One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. COVINGTON. LA. Saturday, October 4, 189,. NoTrCE 'o CaynDIDATS-s.-W will! publish announcements in this column at the following rates: For State or District...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 October 1879

ST. TAMMANY FABEBR. Cvmatim October 4, 1879. LOCAL ITEMS. Our Agents. Tbe following named gentlemen re o-r sathorised Agents, to col leet subscriptions and solicit adver tismantia for the St. Tammany WMadeville--Joseph L. Dicks. IMdisonville-R. Galatas. Pearl River-Morris H. Tally. Bsiar Lacombe-Chas. Aubry. NewOrleans- ohn A. Peyroux. The. z1ii; The Covington n .ai . will arrive ald depart according to the foliow iag uhdale, wind and weather per mnitg: - amat DEiPART. ....9P. Y. Honday.....2 A. . S ... P.Ir. Tuesday.....6 A. . .19 .S. it Friday..... 5 .. x. DBOWNED. LJd-Mondav Coroner Dusse re eive information that a colored. woman had been drowned near the 'lmooth of the Abita. Proceeding Go the spot, the Coroner suluanoned a jry and held an inquest over th, j.odyI when the following testimony tas dlicited: (a Inie Caleb, sworn-I saw her. I went to cross her over the riser. heput one foot in the boat, and aedn ase fell in the water. The boat -lamed over. I got on top of tlbt" ,u_ ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 October 1879

ST. TAMMANY FARIMER. Covington, October 4, 1~89. Oicial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERIY STTIWTRDTY. J. E. SMITH .......P-opauLrrou. W. G. KENTZEL ....... EDITOR. And BusineUs Mlanager. HISS DEXTER'S PUPIL. "Teaching is a thankless task," said a gentlemuan standing near me on the piazza of a popular seaside hotel last summer. "That is true," replied his com panmou, "and so is the work of ai auperintending school committee. Thisdealing with ignorant and con ceited parents who want to dictate what their children shall study, who often have some petty spite against the teacher or committee to gratify, and who will not stop to break up a school, could they carry out their miserable nthemes, is utterly disa greeable. No, my friend, there is not money enough to tempt me to have anything to do with the man agenenet of the schools in our good town of Marshton;" and the two men descended the piazza steps and walked on toward the beach. A lady near me, with whom I had forme...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 October 1879

Y lr I I - - - - - --- - -- - -- -- - ----_ _ _~_ "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews froam Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VoL 5. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1879. NO. 38. ---- --- J. CAHIER, DEALER IN ry Ioo.s, Groeeries, Hardware, " Bts, Shoeu, Hats, Caps, Etc. Columbia, street, cor. Boston, ' COVLNGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of Ready-Made Clothing. Highest priee paid for Cotton, Hides. WooL and all kinds of country pro.luce. del4 lv H. J. SMITH'S BETAIL , GOCERY STORE. DRY GOODS. HATS. SHOES. CROCKERY . Lad. General Assortment for City and Country use. at the lowest .sh prices. - Covington, La. Highest prices paid for Wool. Hides. (2iceas. etc . Ac., &c. CARLS HEINTZ, MERCHANT, Seeeives continual supplies of well se es.ted DRY GOODS and choice FAMILY GROCERIES. ~Which will be sold at low figure,. JW Conntry produce taken in ex. ahange for good;, at market price. l.l In connection with the general -%ca...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 October 1879

ST. TAMIANY FARMER. Oftcial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERIY sAATi' D.Y. .------ --- ...... . . . . .... . _ J. E. SMITH ....... Pnu1tOl ouB. W. G. KENTZEL........ EDITn. And Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year................2 (~N One copy, six months............ I tc One copy, three months .......... .,J R.ates of Advertising. Tea lites of ttis (Brevier) type. or its eq.iv u elt i, luWyer jtpe, CVoestituLe ( sqluere. ONE SQUARE. FISaT INSERTION, ONE DOLL.\. One square.. IS 3.00$ i (NI $14.00-$20. I Two squares.I 5.00t 12.0oi 20.00 30.00 Threequluaresl 6.5i. 15i. 25 00o40 . Quar. column: S.0l 18.0! :10. 1 .50 (00 Half columns 12l.00 30.1001 50.00 75 00 Wholecol'mnl 20.00 O5.thI 75 00 100.0 Legal Adverti.ments--One Dollar per square for the tirst insertion, and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. COVINGTON. LA.: Saturday, October II, 1879. NoTICE To CANDIDATES.-We will publish announcements in this column at the following rates: For Stat...

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. — 11 October 1879

ST. TAI]ANY FARKEB. C@viagtoe. October II, 1879. LOCAL ITEMS. The Mails. COVIXOTOX TO SEW ORLEAFS. ARUIVM. I DEPART. Monday ....9 P. . Monday.. 2 a. x. Thursday...9 P. . Tuesday. .....6 . M. Saturday..12 P. x. Friday...... 6 a., . PEARL BIVER 10 PEA RLINGTON .Leaves Pearl River Thursday, at 8 . x. Arrives at Pearlington by 11 A. I. Leaves Pearlington Thursday. at I P. i. Arrives at Pearl River by 4 P. a. PEARL RIVER TO SHADY GROVE Leaves Pearl River Monday, at 6 A. I. Arrives at Shady Grove Tuesday, by 6P. . Leaves Shady Grove Wednesday, at 8 A. x. Arrives at Pearl River Thurs day, by 6 P. m. PEARL RIVER TO RIGOLETS Leaves Pearl River Saturday. at 9:30 a. x Arrives at Rigolets by 1:30 P. x. Leaves Rigolets Saturday, at 2 P. I. Arrives at Pearl River by 6 P. I. -Mr. O. H. Gause iscontractor for the above new mail routes, which are not in operation yet, but will be as soon as he receives documents from Washington. Now chew sugar cane. We believe the School Board held a meeting last Sa...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 October 1879

ST. TAEMANY FAMEIZR. Co ilmton October 11, 1879. A WO3[AN OF WILL, [Sa~urdahy Night.] If you had seen her you would have thought her a sweet little woman, Probably you would have given her credit for nothing but sweetuess. You would have de clared her a lovable piece of lovli ness. She had such mild blue eyes, such a good-natured, dimpled chin, that the thinness of her lips, indi cating fihmness was overlooked, Her name was Ruth Band. To -Fred Bailey it was the dearest in all the world, If you had seen her sitting with her head on Fred's shoul ler, you would have guessed that she entertained the same opin ion of his name. She had loved him long. She made no effort to conceal her hap piness when he told her his heart secret. A. naturally as a river turns toward the ocean, her love Jarned toward his love and gave it self anay, Fred was a thoroughly good fel low, worthy of this little woman. We could say nothing stronger in -nraiso of him! Ruth was just past twenty-one. Her parents had...

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. — 18 October 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. OCTOBER 18, 1879. NO. .9. ;" Iro •_ ,man nn_-_ m. __ _ lunnm •_ ;.un i un m uu J. CAHIER, DEAR IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Columbia, street, cor. Boston, COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of 4 Hlady-Made Clothing. ! Highest price pail for Cotton, Hides, Wool. and all kinds of country produce. del4 Iv H. J. SMITH'S RETAIL GROCERY STORE. DRY GOODS. HATS. SHOES, CROCKERY And a General Assortment for City and Country aus, at the lowest cash prices. Covington, La. Highest prices paid for Wool, Hides, Chickens, etc. ec.. mc. CHARLES HEINTZ, S (Agent,) - MERCHANT, Receives continual sunpplies of well se ieted DRY GOODS and choice FAMILY GROCERIES, Wich will be sold at low figurc. .lW Country produce taken in er change for goods, at mnarket price. X&' In connection with the general...

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. — 18 October 1879

ST. TAMMANY FAREiR. Official Journal of tho Parish of St. Tammaily. ISSUED EVERY AsTU RDAY. J. E. SMIT ........ lP:ori:t.ron. W. G. KENTZ!EL........ EuITron. And Busuiess Manager. SUBSCRIPTION rA T.ES One copy. one year ..............$2 IN) Oue copy, six muOinths ............... 1 to One copy, three mouths .......... .. Rates of Advertising. Tea Ibaes of iles (Brevier) lype, or its eqnir U!eatd il lalere, tylp., o,,(slittlde o 5 OxKS UA1LE, FZIL INSETTION, ONE D)OLLAR. One .quare.. $ 3.k00 8 (.o $14.00 :O0.0)0 Two squgre's. 5.t0! 12]t 'Oi 00ý 30.0($ Threesn.aresi G.50! 15.00 25 (N 40.(NI Qaar. column 8.ttJ.O 18.0 300 -.( 00 Half col umn 12.(! 30.(N .00 ,0 n 75 Oilt Whole col'nau 20.00 5..0) O 75.040100 I.0 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per square for the first insertion, atnd Fifty Cents for each snubequejlt insertion. COVINGTON. LA.: Saturday, October I, 1879. NOTICE TO C.NDID.aTFa.---'We will publish announcements in this column at the following rates: For State or District offic...

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. — 18 October 1879

ST. TAKrANY FARMI R. Ceovinmtoem.October 18, 1879. LOCAL ITEMS. The Mails. CI) IIOTO N TO NEW OI:LEAFS AI-RIVE. DEPART. konZd-y. ....9 P. londay. ..2 A. X. Thunr.day.. 9 r. i. Tuesday..... L. x. Saturday .12 P. . Friday .... 6 . P F1 IIrl'tr' 70 I'EARLIAGTOO ' .;Mk Pearl River Thursday, at 8 a. -. Arri ua:t Pltarlingtnn by 11 A. x. Leaves P.earlington Thursday. at 1 P. x. Arrives at Pearl 4iver by 4 P. x. SPEARL RIVER TO 4SIADY GROC I Leaves Pearl River Monday. at f a. v. Arrives at Shady' Grove Tuesday, by 6 P. M. SLeaves Shady Gr.ve Wednesday, at 6 A. x. Arrives at Pearl River Thurs day, by c r. 3. PEA- L RIVER TO RIGOLET. Leaves Pearl River Saturday. at 9:30 A. x. Arrives at Rigolets by 1:311 P. M. i Leaves Rigolets Saturday. at 2 P. M. :Arrives at 'earl river by 6 P. . i Our Agents. The I'ollowing named gentlemen "* ,re our authorized Agents. to col lect subscriptions and solicit adver tisements for the St. Tamumany . FABRER : Mandeville-- Joseph L. Dicks. - Madisonville--R. Gah...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 October 1879

ST. TAMNANY FARMdEE. Covinaton, October IS, 1879. TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS. I shall never forget the ,uncom fortable position that I found my self.1n through too free a use of that unruly member, the tongue. I was a young fellow then, clerk in a Lon don bank. My father was an offi cer in the army, and he often told us boys that setting each of us up in business or a profession was all he could ever do for us, for the scanty pittance he would leave be hind him must belong solely to my mother and sister. But my brother and I were energetic and hopeful. So long as each day brought us enough to satisfy our daily wants, we reeked little of the future. One bleak, cold January morn ing, I was greatly surprised, on my arrival at the bank, to find my, father pacing up and down before the building. I was not living at home just then, and his presence, there made me fear lest something was wrong. S"Philip," he begun, "are you in time? Can you spare me three minutes?" "Yes, sir," I replied; ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 October 1879

;--.- .!:am an Carm -------- "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. OCTOBER 25. 1879. NO. 40. J. CAHIER, DEALER IZ Dry Goos, Groceries, Hardware, eoets Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Coluabia, street, cor. Boston, COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand ; full line of Ready-Made Clothing. Highest price paid for Cotton, Hides, Wool, and all kinds of country produce. del4 ly H. J. SMITH'S REBBTAIL GROCERY STORE. DRY GOODS. HATS,. SHOES. CROCKERY And a (Iener-l Assortment for City and Country use. at the lowest cash prices. *. Covingtcn, La. Highest prices paid for Wool, Hides, Ohickets, etc. Ac.. .&c. CHARLES HEINTZ, (Agent) MERCHANT, Receives continual supplies of well se leoted DRY G4OODS and choice FAMILY GROCERIES, Which will be sold at low figure. p .* Coftrey produce taken in ex change for good", at market price. tl& In connection with the general Slercantile busines...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 October 1879

ST. TAMrANY PFAIRER. Oficial Journal of the Parish of 8t. Tammany. J. E. SMITH .... ..PePtnIroR. W. G. KENTZEL ........ EnTm. Arnd Busiuess Manager. UUBSCRIP 7'ION RA :',TES One cop-, one year ......... .....200 One copy, six moths ............. 1 4.1, One> copy, three months .......... 74) COVINGTON. LA. : Saturday. October 25, 1879. Norm)TTc TO CANsFlATE$.-W Will publish announcements in this e.lumn at the following rates: For State or District ofees, $8. For P;arish ofices, $S. Payable invaria bly in advance. All crnmmunica tious of a personal or political nla turo must be paid for at advertising rates. Announcements. I announce myself as an ISEDmWszi-T aDmasTz for the office ot Sheril of the Parish of St. Tammany. and most respectfully solicit the support of all voters. Election. first Tuesday in December. 1879. JAMES L. PHILLIPS. A SHARP FAMILY. As a remarkable evidence of the great healthfulness of our parish, and the peculiar influence of our climate in producinglongevity....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 October 1879

ST. TAKANY FARKER. Co inatoau, Octaober 25, IS: 9 LOCAL ITEMS. Sthe Jaiis. ]O JI\/T;S TO 'ri NEW 'iILF IFS. Al ttYE. - --- Ud'AHT. - - bclaty .....1 . ]i Jluu1lian - . .. A. ý[. 'rtturlll iav.: P. M. 1'ucstliiy A.~ . ]t. )`.ltLr5· . .12 P. t . PEARL RIVER 10 PEA h GITON. Leixvea Pearl Riiver Tllnr.. 1ti, at 8 A. A . Arrivea it L ..irhIiiLimiei by II A. M. Leav."s 1' itrtin4tun I'inra. iw. at 1 P. x. Arriveis at Pea~rl RiIiver b} .4 P. M. PR-l~i. .1R1 VER TO ShIADY iJERvVJ V Leaves Pearl River M1oinda y. at 6 A. i. Arritts at Shady Girv 'in-sdlay, by fir. M. Leaves Shady Grove W-ilneaday. at 6.t. m. Arrives at Pearl Rliver Thurs day, by 6 P. x. P'KIIL Ihl'ER TO I:.;tOLETS. 1.eivt'. Pearl IRiver Saturnha. at 913I) A. x. Arrives at Rigoleta by 1:3,t P. M. l.teave Rig set't .'atnr.lay, it 2 r. x. Arrives at kearl niier lb 6i p. M. Our Agents. The following named gentlemen are our authorized Agents, to col-. lect subscriptions and solicit adver tisements for the St. Tamnmany F \RuER: Mau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 October 1879

ST. TAXBANY FARMER. Covwnugten, Octcter 25, 1879 POWER OF KINDNESS. "There is one chapter in my life's history that I have always kept locked in my hea;rt," s;aid John IHavi laud, as he faaed thy: little group in the parlor; "but to-night I feel it my duty to open it for your inejpec tion, and I do it for the love of a .woman-for the love of a woman who made me what I am worthy to be-the husband of a good wonmn." "Why, John," said Mlrs. H:ri land, softly approaching-her babe still held tight to her bosom--"you frighten me." "Let's have the story," said the rest of the group, certain that some thing good might be anticipated; and John commenced, at first a lit tle timid, but gaining counideno, as he proceeded. "When I first came to New York at the age of twelve years, to see! my fortune, I can say that I was t precocious chap, without danger o being accused of an unusual degre of self-appreciation. I was quind to learn everything, thle bad as wel as the good, My employer uset profane...

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