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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 November 1878

* bIT ft In 1f .7 -j Lý, R3_A_ R" a, BLESSINGS OF GQVE* LL THE DEWS Pq t II.AST, -MIOLD THE POU oOQVE ON.iX. LL THRNLTiE P.)QR." Vol. 2. C _. C GTON. '; -TAXXANY PARISH, LA., "SAT ý ¶n!~r T X i f - 1 .U¶jTN;ECEPENTED 'Tis ATTRACTION! ~ t l :irekAN srs zoi'rur co. , j, .$ytbaeIjegiah4i~we .of hIw.~ltite jdgtona i aadd hasubleh piurpoues, *fs a3'1rwM8 i~i .~ a ne sIptt ho . F y 'SIN It NUMIBER * WM take B aqý Xoitlk -. Jxi ti jizlu LoEth the f4I qq i ag Dist bUtio31 OtANI) PROMENADE (1)NCtRT, '? U idg rhi iIt~týUk.1Pitsde the fl w -v1"i (` t'l ' " ! ."ii . '4 laº' "ý. ý4 yý VN Q3YASS Unader the pevmihal .qpsrtiuem.n em. ~~~~mn of L~iIm (u:. (k~L4I~XXUI er-hý:QT d Vgiaw. c - Fientbs, $1. V~ 1_: -týºa * ~t ...'1 "':L1U0W. 20,00' Thw ''ý III:of .. i- 'DD t f~ .140,Z1JSRD= .o #I .. V000 "Z~iO JD IL r ar . ......? of V&.Os 41~ .'wit ,*'r-r r s. j 'O, dzet ,r~i~u~,o ei ~rb «t JVDL A. DAURL wkJofVA f aI *,p -IcLr, rr o esb fltwbiel Tcht O3 s.6 hw HarvislI NEW STORE! I- COVIhGTO\, BY A. S...

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. — 30 November 1878

IT. !A=X~ IAEXUR. Ami ~sagj of u. 2hsameup Pmns1 ISSUED 8EVER SATURDAY. J. $. 881THI .... Paocpa~gT~os W. G. KENTZEL .....Eum 5Uft8C'RIPTION RA TES es~py. as. Year .$20....3 * oS.O. 51K raouiha............ Ilk (lft espy, thre mote.s........ s Rat.. of A4vertisiag. Tomlis q f dAia (Urevier) type ora heq.di &at in asugier *j~w, oua.Ue*ire am .est, Fo SqUID?. a.a: - SWi m 135. 12.a0ra 0. 30.01N OU..,U.Ids 153meta OO4.Dollar 1.m as qit iseIiou, and arm 0'ra~ etweqVb laatsaeution. hemmeRa saeu4a wben adulusabi%, ten arast par Ils e~a. a sdvaan.e *ODVINGTON. LL.: Bmea.s y, ?d vambe aUS, 1878. Capt. fe~as i in Nov Oil.... th Afga war seems to b elml -w suied. Sort of Ameer sheam. us tmwts 1hs e.Sth ames -i mnt ir segular sieeio on the 96th luet, "Kqusety um as," mays a certain writer, s.dsire to be equal to your supeaimrs, and superior to your egask" Bnata Csaus will ie along in a few weeks. He has Been a good many winters, but his stock-ia' trade never becomes exhausted. The refugees ...

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. — 30 November 1878

BT. TAXWANY PARIEL COVI GTOJ, NOVEMBER 30, 187&8 LOCAL ITEMS. cc Covington has just had another se busy week. Cotton, miolsa, rice, tar, turkeysLchicksns, eggs, ete., me are ,rolling in rapidly. and wild E game is plentiful Buastag is good w and getting better. pI Sc Considerable curiosity has been of afloat during the past two weeks to know who was going to occupy the new store building which Mr. Cahier has been fitting up so nicely, 4 on Boston street, near the corner of Columbia. This gentleman called on s yesterday and informed s b that he intended to open a store them blaml, as soon as he eaa get everything in readinees. He pro poses to have a complete stock of everything pertaining to the gro esry business, and expects to be ready ia a Saw days to receive a - the favers of our eitizsns. We wish t him saees. . a Camwn.-Mr. J. IL Allison, living < about eight miles from Covington, a presented us, this week, with the c finest stock of sugar Dean we have I seen this a ,on. ...

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. — 30 November 1878

ST. TAXXANY FABIm.  _ -- M- 1 ZZCI& ITET 'iýt qeligM"P tt) on the noj t " &I'4A wh~ t , wjin wcoA ties i ýqA *evelrqm a ttthe ;aarbut As white *t te sil4Iaut data 14 ;AM the clouds that crownu the qeouutain With parple and gold delighit. r Tub t, cull vgIuLy et and ~valsar katuerw~ w.,rwoh &bit hei :it. Stately a Rd fairit the veSMA' That e'*Ies Iiat'ntar denr pearl: Statel' a:*d grand° the enoh'nrain ''' hvse heighb:or never wtayrcach,. 0. aui~ai: e. £Jli1td~eor €teih43tt4r. g Jbci~diatp m nagic~ veil -The torb p fm-,t-'* tnofttaifl$ The$4m i4l4}ºcfe 4rvpfpqi1.. . J~. auc I- & . g 4el iwboyo g i oue thi ,ery beautifel,astd c*aersaig, in a -eoufitOebb&6sle room in a man- ha' aios in one '.f 6ur largest cities. so: ,,, ehandteoe of the two, Maud sal Pierson, wnreRknsSl'Dg dress of ini btown U brise, Mi I wa evidently dit resting after* a44h - el I~p;Yifp of a ý ppo~i born wi Pat : G, sai*duher unbecoming dii .sree the girl was undeniably :1-g6 ,t ,osff pr, le zaet...

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 December 1878

"*TFIN RELr,..wGS OF oO1FERN.Mk'ET, LIKE THE DEWS FROM H.. «%' SHOU80LD DS.KC5D ALIKE UPON TE RICH AND TIHE POOR." Vol 0 . COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. DECEBER 7. 1878. NO. 48. ,umumu i el aN- in m- nu inn-m u Uu n l-lmm u Em | i I - l uI SPrE JEflEDENTE D ATTRACTION! OrQ Hair t M Lujx DrsauTBuT1rD. L I mA; ~T Tz LOITTEY 00, T; ii nastitutinn ws reguilarly incor. pnr.itt4 by the L+=isicaurr of the atito lor F nu -atiunU1 eta.i Chiaritaile purposes, , in I AS'. aide it C, it d .A oSGE- MILLION DOLLARS, Te tfhi~h it hAt' -iuc.e addt1 a reserre farad of i3º.*). Its GRAND .SINGLE NUMBER D It A W IN G Will taie plae Monthly. t' i · q .. txia,+ w sh? wiU! tkplace the *. Jxtairdiuarr T: und'y. LMku-..'er 101k, 1878, UJaletr It personal supervision vnd * xana~rext tlf t(p. G. T. iEA ItEGALJ). "f Lonieiena, ssiGen. tJ4BBL A. LARL. (f Virgini%. OCPI rAL PRIZE: *100,000. Wr'0TICF--Tivkets nr o Ten * IM ýd.: nH* 1v o, $5. Flldbs, * l LLiV1' 3i I p ° · LIST or I'RIZI~r5. 7I.V1Pf...

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 December 1878

ST. TANKANY PARKER (Qa.raL Jural of at Taonmmany Parius ISbS7ED EVERY SATURDAY. J. 'I I .1T. Paorwro. I W. I. 'KEP T .......P ErroPn. ';SCRI.PTION v a TES 4I e copy, one year ...............8 00 teae copy, six months............. 1 00 )ure copy, three monaths ........... 50 Rates of Advertising. -.. iirees of tAd (Brevierm type, or its equiv et is iarger type, cuiasieare . * square. eas uquals, vsr swawaro, ows auu.i.. 6 p One ~quere.. 3.008 00 14.00o20.00 Twlo s.uaes. 5.00 lt.0 9U. 30.00 T!uru er l . 15.00 5 40.300 Q mr. o ama 8 1801.00 83.00 50 00 t.lif eamn I12.00 30.00 50. 7500 Whelol'ema 28.00 50.00 . 700.0 Let! AnAertismeets--ae Dollr per a-.we for the first insertion, sad Fifty gears for each subsequent insertion. Pasomal cards, when admiumable, ten cents per line. payable in advance. COVINGTON, LA.: Satuuday, Deeember 7, 1678. The "Ever Fateful Ile"-Petro leam. A odM in the hed is generally obtained by the contrt system.- And the arty always **ise. whea. "" " has , h.. . . G...

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. — 7 December 1878

ITEMS. Rev. G. T. Vickers Corington on to-mor eIeIa)morning at 11 o'clock, nt Church; and at tP U Church in Mande , December 15, at he will deliver the fane Mr. Robert E. Smith, , Th public generally are to attend. SJury were in session S week, and returned a u .as b iictnments. r t*au -Abont three weeks 5P uSS ption was opened for º _ of erecting a bridge aswta Tehefuncta river, on the rearlCiyvington to Madison ,,.amount required to lts naot quite been raised. Martindale informs asb a timaber has been pro am that work on the bridge Sosmrenced. It will be Sdpilly forward to comple 'I having charge of the en t elying on the generosity. spirit of our citizens to' sad raise the neces to defray all the expenses aa aection. The bridge in the site of the old one,r two miles frnm Covington. aanpletetd will give us a Sroute to Madisaouville, and eL ig a little working, will be me than we havb at prea saotLuing of avoiding the sd by taking the old ferry continues to rollin. or VITrre.-Just ...

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. — 7 December 1878

- i-M ST TAXEANT FAQ.EE ·-~~~ ----- p If I had ki wa\3 is t'eeuuariug. Hlow we trily tIWfthte do The wortt unýki ad Would tiobAe my 'mind ' .i 4 Whena t went away, I had been morlscarefu L ,drling. No.r given yjF-neeultrt pain; But we vet iui dY ' With look qsd-tone Ze may aevr takfe tuck again. for thmlgh in the qu etvtening ! may give yoJa4he ikim ul pe e Yet iE might be priA never for eT.p t mhe hat:o*- o. o in a ki h trl Th#'aIa at thr e hitrk at nigt' Roanargg s~t~alnaoru ngt~ Land heaert. hav been bebrouen By harsh wterda ap*ke* That sorrow nc1r c~tn set rihat. We. give cargfJ Jw ed f¶ the :nger. And ,mile+ for i."i t. lnae·ebncesr t; But oil for 'our own Tjm· bithet tone'.t b~lt do lave -ear owerptlua t. A! ! ip with curse i petimt! AA! br('sr aitb thc+t loiokt 1uf aru! --'·Twere a eirel ftite, 'Weems the aikt oto Ieto To uIlo the wje k d a -qgru. M~.. CLINTON'S TEA PARTY. "'I they are so needy and so nice, Charlie, why doa't you. aus them over to ten some evening?' Charlie'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. — 14 December 1878

" , - , -I ' i ... . I I IS "TITE BLESSINUS OF GOVERVMENT, LIKE TILE DEIVS FROM iEA 4VE\; , SlOQ LD DESCEND .ILIKE UI'OS THE RICI AND TIIE POOR." cG-NGT.- --------S. EAN AR, A., AURDA DE ER 1-. 18-- NO. ':tq. l. " COVINGTON, ST. TAIMA.NY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1878. NTO. .---,Z--. .II__T.. . .. ... . . .. . . . ... .. . ... . I.. ... .. .. .I. . . .. . . . l ! I I N i •___ _ _ _ iN_~ __ __ _ _ el__ __ iT s TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE St. Tammany Farmer, PUBLISIIED IN Ceowautea, St. Tammany Par Ashy, Louisiana. ISS.ED WEEKLY. -o The only Newsparer in the Parish. Apa.equaled Advertising Medium, hav ig a large an I incrtasing circu tion in St. Tammany and Walwhington Parishes. The FiaxEa will contain each week a ice rariety of select reading umtter, *gi. b allike for all classes of readers. ed to ay address, postage paid for ts ena sum of Two Dollars Per Year. `or furteor particulars, address THE T. TAMMANY FARMER, C4ovxrroTo, LA. 'WM. 3. YOUNG. - ufaeturer and dealer in .ARNE, S...

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. — 14 December 1878

ST. TAMKANY PAFb RE Ficka1 Jowmla f & 7biana.ay Parish. Ii8UED EVERY SATUIDAY. J. K SMITH ........ Paoprero.L W G. KENTZEL ....... EDrr.L 8UBJCRIPTIO.V RATES One eopy. one year ........ . 2....$200 One copy, ix months ....... .. 1 01i -One copy, three months ... 50 Rates of Advertising. Tea ines of thiL (Brevier) type. or its equiv daled i larger type, cqatittesu .oan 11 PsUt, n:r tmsnsroe, on0 DOLLAR. One square..I 3.00 $ 8.00 14.' .00 Threeequare 6.50 15.00 25 0.00 •Qur. columl 8.00 18.00 30.00 5000 Balf olumnj 12.00 30.00 50.00 75.00 Whole col'mn 20.00 50.00 75.00100.001 Legal Advetrtiments -One Dollar per I square for the Arat insertion, and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Pemonal (ads, when admissable, ten ceats per line. payable in advance. COVINGTON, LA.: Saturday, December 14, 1878. Great Britain last year imported oranges to the extent of 3,533,781 bushels, valued at $7,733,825. Galveston wants to quarantine wild geese dying from this direction. They eaa't do...

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. — 14 December 1878

WS.~'R Y FAUXEL *ýU I rs )E BER 14, 18/8. -IOOAL'U ITEMS. -.--RFr. G. T. Vickers W.U #l"" in' the Protestant M Mandeville, to-morrow ( }C1ýmemutls, at 11 o'clock, - at rSmIgMl 'se will preach the 1 .r.nma.tol Rf obert . Smith, dsmenL The public arerespect- 1 digellm m auind. O, .wy1--4iectpd. parish officers uv red their commissions. !h bee market was at a die ept--..h.i1, in consequence of r1ins qd i tis.aof fresh pork I'. fraom .he country. It elr ael s per pound. ~ .;i o n, of our parish, um toe p.ints of molasses from agi6 p augar cane. This is a ji ly y ield, but Mr. Alli upt- .M a one of the most suc in our parish, ea wImen it comes to raisin' iht: t-iA. ereosons having money tih pddoossion collected on ne asTEd'alsd now due the bt. Tam Pi# z , will pletasc deliver thfldt bo st . We have no desire to lJJi a.';y'ote's name in an un mbbdi liight before this and e i oa nuuanitieu, but, in the Sen of . buiness affairs, justice to ik'· may force this unpleasant U We have no author ...

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. — 14 December 1878

ST. TANKANT PAIMERID cov rqoft ., DCEC.Z ER 14. I Is ?1&T VOICE. A Ldy in Jue, 1903. and one of the loveliest early summer days the woald er+ beheld. On the Iswn in front of the ele gant,,nasmoaa of Leot FishLack, Esq., saiarty of young people are playing "Fyllow, folluw, follow me," a Spm somewhat' resembltig (so their mothers and grandmothers tell them) an old game called "Puss in the , flakyed a quarter of a century or omre ago, only, in stea of. heakning to each other, they belaoe to a group of mntallic balls, around which they stand in a circle, andh ir she who proves to hl .'.tie-maet aagugetio force the ball4 follw with a rush, while the remainder qi the players rush as willly in their efforts to secure the place left *tiaeit by' the flying one. 'tEhia ibsamet the bhlls are roll. l ing ilehibelter-abklter, knock in--fa ia each other with a pleas an t7 , smaiud, ater a pretty fair-haired miiden, whose little feet, ;il ip.ers all gleaming with *ilver sda gold, Sash in the 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. — 21 December 1878

.1 "Tl[FP .QLSSI.SGS OF U0 l'KEI....SI; LIKE 'I7l DEI'S FIOM1 IE.t I'SEX, SOII DUGD ,LEXD ALLIKE F'POYi TILE IgICH AND T71E POOR."' Vo.'4. OVOINGTON. ST. T.[AIANY PARISH, LA.,. SATURDAY DECEBER 21. 1878. S0. 4A. _~ ,m , N Il ... . .. .I . . .a ·IiJ NOW I& THE TIRE TO SUBSCRIIBE 1. . / FOI TIIE St. Tammany Farmer, .PUBLISHED I CoenwItem, St. Tammany Par sat., Louisiana. MI SIUED WEEKLY. - i inwm Neispaper in the Parish. An unequaled Advertising IediWm. hav iag a large an.l increasing ciran :- "! tioa in "t. Tammany a . , and Washington I· arishes. a . 1 , FAUX wi, c.qgtain, eaqh week a] .oi-e variet$ of select reading wnatter, lt,&ble alike Tor .Al lanssa of reader. ' to any -ddrress, postage paid, for the small sum of* Two DTW e Is PerfYear. " tfUrther particulars, address .B ST. TAiD1TY FARMER, o (sroo. La. 'I - WK. J. YOUNG. - .anufactnurer and dealer in .AES.S, SADDLES, COLLARS . RLES, s ES, wIPS, goa s% COYBS, BRU811EfS ZTC. o;. ' loh Peters street, (near French Mlarket)...

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. — 21 December 1878

ST. TAEANY PARIEB. 4Orcl Jmuratd q a.& T2manmr Par.s. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. . SMITH ....... PoPaoare W. G.~ENTZEL ........ Enrrn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year................ a C0 Oe copy, si moat ............. 1 o1 Onecopy, three moath .......... 50 Rates of Advertising. k-h flaes of Mis (Brevier) tpe, or its equme aos in lonar - tpe, coe suire m UQau m rcolm 8.00 8. n DO3 .L e spre. O-e shnw e. . 3.00.1 0.009 0.0 Whole comn 90.00 50.00 75. 100.00 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per aluare for the Iist insertion, and Pifty tenm for each subseqaent insertion. Personal eards, when admisable, ten cents per line. payable in advance. COVINOTON, LA. : Satuvsya, December 21, 1878. Seven vesmels clesred from New Orleans lat Wednesday with car - see aggregating 17,966 bales of cotton. It is stated, on the authority of Co(kling himself, that he will not be a candidate for the Presidency in 1880. Gold was quoted at par in New York .lat Tuesday and Wednesday, being the lowest 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. — 21 December 1878

'- WnC y..? 91 -- as. 21, 1878. asio mails will arrive a wbrding to the follow igable n and weather per mitti DEPART. k; . Wednesday..7 A. i. T l . Friday.......7 A. i. s. i. Monday.....7 A. M. Tuweamesa.--It appears that we wOslpslly mistaken in our statetit te week, that Mr. Alli seo h l ys "five pints of molasses froemg dtl of sugar cane." So for 4 s eare conoerned, we watt eorret. But we should ipwem med that the molases bwaua i state. That is, the sta. lia yielded five pints of jaiusi bj would make a very J.- trerence in the result wbia ~M ets are boiled down. ,M and makes meandering m b miserable. ' sA BUTCHERB Kum. e-L# esday evening Mr. -cndr ' missed a large butcher a he used in his store to rT'eiwith. Suspecting a cer ta o eid man from the country, w . was about to leave town, be uij.ronaght back to the store, wh qustiioed him in regard to e man denied it at firs', bitE1J*ing pressed he showed signs of his guilt, and - OI" convinced him that he hM1bafer return the knife, 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. — 21 December 1878

ST. TANKAWY PARER. (U FVIX7UTO DECEJMlBERi 21. 1878. THE OLD MAID. AUXT. She was an old maid? Why, of course, Aunt Rebecca was an old maid. She was my aunt, and she was gro vn up when I was born; and I was seventeen. I should say she must have been thirty. Oh, no, she wasn't agly; aho was quite le look ing for her age, and she wasn't croess but you knIy a girl don't like to be followed all about by an old maid naun wiio has forgotten idl about her youth, and I thought it very mean of, her--evert so meaa We were living, at - the just a little out of town, and he tame down to the hotel for the summer, and he had known mamma _nd papa, and he called on us. Oh, I ivenu't told you who he was. Col. Morrison; and very handsome; about h.veand-thirty; great, black ryes, beautiful, waving black hair; aucha brnad shoulders. Men are young at five-and-thirty, you kanS, and when he first .aw sue he started sand colored bes.ti Jutly. XY ghamr e mamm a said. I aways wouldt be alled Decea. ' Why they...

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. — 28 December 1878

`"TB , BLAESSI : Odl O 4 xoPN2 LIEKZ:.E DEWS Ri M HEAPEN, SIOULT) DESCEND ALIEK UPON THE IGH AND- THE POOR." ....d r. · .COVIN_ !QN.. SIT.. .A.IANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DE.IBE. R 28. 1878. NO . .. ri ~a, as, -p t pr J~c zu ass:! S T M , E· a boo, ' ay Frme, ?b.!7 !··. : :, 'i Itt t,71:4: S :u ~'.-- :.-±7 C2~~* I), -.-. I 3 , * V mqualed AdvertisingMedium. hai and Waabington tjataist' of helet reading matter. e ~lke fof'1i classes of readera. Ysld to any addroso postage paid, for Two DolUars Per Year. sot' !fP~ cýýsry zIe ! rsi 1br !other partheala*, address TEE ST. TagM~ 1AEMN , ai .' 1. W ' , L. . A * ) Co L,:.· 'vzuero, La:··~ ·. . W . J. YOUNG. Maaufactureiana dealer in NALTZBA CON fB 'USHZy ETa ,a S!.a Piles ýeMN'$etII'al l l~d = Il~au! i ; ;Deariag done neialyandcheap. All fic·Ck _ a u liý·,slu. 7 S 7 32-3m AW 1l;0,03 1lj :ais 3fZ-Am NEW. STORE! IR OGvnToNo 'BY' A :Scbiebrerp Jr., [PooLi's OwD STAND.] uiI, soacoai aoir of ar Ot tiiaus rtoes'i4 Args tk of DRY GOODS AID GROCERI...

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. — 28 December 1878

ST. TA iANY FARIIER. (eisl Jouaral qg r. Tuarmma Parik. I88UED EVERY SATURDAY. J. . SMITH ....... PaoPalron. W.' G. G. KENTZEL....... EoDITO SUBSCIPTION 4RATES Oae copy, one year ................ 00 One copy, six months ............. 1 00 One copy, thre months ........... 50 Rates of Advertising. Tm eRa dfs (Brevier) tpe, aor epr. t L ega r type, conmtiduea a square. 13 qVuaIs, rzast NlSETIONW, O0N DOLLAR. One sauare.. 3.00 6 800 $14.00'830.00 Two square. 5.00 12.00 20.00 0.00 rreesqa 6.50 15.00 25 40.410 Qua. .00 18.00 30.00 5000 al colama 12.00 30.00 50.00 75.00 Whotleool'ma 20.00 50.00 75.00100.00 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per ,muare for the lAst insertion, and Fifty CnMes for anch subsequent insertion. Personal cards, when admissable, ten .mesa per line, payable in advance. COVINGTON, LA. : Uptusva Deembe s, ISIS. BROOM CORN. mO F 0oVr s.Uss AnID uo cmne. Plant same as Indian corn (un leathe soil be very rich, when it should be planted in drills, close together, to prevent ...

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. — 28 December 1878

DICCEMtBE'R s8, 187. ITEMS. ii ~vgtn mails will arrive seaording to the follow i aie, wind and weather per . M. D PA T. . r. . . . 7 A. . ...7 .zr. I IFriday...... 7 A. Ix ,.'.7- . Montay..... A. m. ".aim as was quiet in Covin -q -wether during the past week 18Q ratlher cool. Ice bar sa evewry night since last Christ' .trmss ,Aubry, State and Par i 0orlletor, is in town, on hbi 4 bi City, for the purpose of Pw~*~p his accounte with the m tbe past year. aei'iWasous of Covington held a ebs at the Martindale Hotel blrMa IAmong other causes, pagig ties prevented our be s `-eisorge Kennedy, a well khwawm sti highly espected citi -lgi y fgipgtoo, died at the resi .eiuihis mother, on Thursday, btA& inest. His funeral took iSaturisy morning. He hsd j feeblhe health for ser sisi..r ierious to his death. AAIS tIa deliaqaet tax-pay e .ls i gaganany parish can be s.. .ith Coiurthouse. The law imsMagC4 t3emity of two her cent. ;: u all taxes remaining uu paid the 1st day of Deoea d rather be...

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. — 28 December 1878

CU VIJGTOM, DECEMBER 28, 1878. qmmmwmmm TEK MUSIC TEACBEB. The funeral was over, her father was buried, and Lettie Westing honae stood in the parlor which was to be her's so longer. Her. .unks were already in the hall, and ohe only waited for the carriage which was to bear her away. Lettie was not quite alone. Walter Webster, her father's for mar clerk, who had long made this house his home, had etood by her in all ber trouble, and it was to Walter she even owed the situation as mu sic techer ; which awaited her at Madame De Vrai's select establish meat for young ladies, for it had beea filled by his own cousin, who was leaving it to be married, and through Walter's intercession had eom LdedLtt as her sacces sor. Gladly would Walter have taken Letty tc a home of his own; but this she bad deel ed,* as gently, yet rmly, that he remained as much her faithful friend as ever. Walter thought, and so did oth ers,~h~t twIfe-reit ved oousih into whose hands, as the heaviest ceditor, all of M...

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