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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 January 1880

T auzmmaqa Farmr "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VoL 6. COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JANUARY 24, 1880. NO. 1. --i- |-- up- nun- . _- I- I ---- ------- ---- NEW ORLEANS CARDS. Chemicas ........ Fertilisers. STERN'S Fertilizer -And - Claeumical XANUFACTtRING COE PANY, 14 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA., Have oonstantly on hand and mann ctred for sale, at prices to suit the tiesa, the following articles: Basw Bone Super Phosphate. Raw Bone.Ammoniated Phos phate, ~ie . '.uand Raw Bone, Which we guarantee unnurpasued in quality. and are the mont reliable fertil isers of the! age. Also, the foliowing chemicals: Sulphuric Acid, Muriatic" Acid, Phosphoric Acid. Solution Phosphate of Lime, Sulphate of Alumina. Muriate of Tin Crystals, Bone Black of All Grades, C- opperas, Neats Foot Oil, AND THE CELEBRATED Perchloride of Zinc and Iron Disinfectant, -Now in daily use by the NEW ORLEANS AUXILIARY SANITAR...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 January 1880

THE ST. TAMMItANY FARMER Ofeial Je.rnal of the Parish of St. '.ammany. ISSUED EVERY LSATURDAY. J. E. SMITH ....... PaopmTroi:. W. CI. GKENTZEL........ Eoiroi:. And Business Manager. ,CHS.RURIP"Itj.V 1.it-oT' One copy. one year... ....... ...S 15) Otae copy, six months ............. I t .)ae copy, thret. onaths .......... : ti Rates of Advertising. Tet lblnes o.f l~ti (Brevier) type, t,,r ilx r.pti C41#1 t b(e yr syfl" , ge*s..tflt. ox0 sQ.UAr, FIRnT INnEirTIOs. ONEE ItOI.I .A. - = One sqnare . 3.11.,i 8 (NI $14.00X1 .2 Olh Two slnre. 5N i(O 20.~.I :.( 3011 Tareea. .ar:t ; 6 5:* ll:.( 25. OnO 4)0.41 Quar. colkumn 8.0IU 1M.11.0 300( -Al4 Oil Hilf columni 12..l :I, .t11 5 (N i 75.tn Wholeacl'nanl 20.)0 5'3.1W 75. I.(.1t()I Legal Advertisnments - ono Dollar per square for the first insertion, ;md Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. COVINGTON. LA. : Saturday, January t4, IO10. THERE WILL BE A GRAND DAY PROCESSIOW, AND MASQUERADE BAL, AT NIGHT, IN COVINGTON, ON THE IOra OF PEBRUARY...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 January 1880

ST. TAMMANY FARMER intean. January 24, 1SSO. LOCAL ITEMS Our Agents: The following named gentlemen e oar'authorized Agente,. to col ajaberiptions and soli4it adver i.as for the St. Tammany M]aderille-.W. G. Davio Madisonville---, Galatas. yon Lacombo--Chas. Aubry. Orlesa---John A. Peytoux. TO OUR READERS. " o.lume 6 of the FAXai1I com with this issue. We are tkfli for past favors, and shall duavor to makd'the paper ,still .e attractive and deserving of patronage in the future. e FaMER Will 1: enlarged as as our present stock of paper sted, w 'ph will be in a few m is week, a large m ills, which we cope oudeii to promptly, ,s t afford, "with the present .ot ! L" t~aeid the Fua Sfar Oman EzxcEsnsr vo . Ipege al beadsame Lw Camells will nak an e ht ary. i a teefnt or4hoes S re toWttend the Mardi Gb testi ties in New Orleans. The exernion s will start fwm the Old Iandin on 2 - day moraing, February 9, a t o'cl k. Fare for the rtand trip. one dotar. h tikeu will be good for one wk, d eac...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 January 1880

THE ST. TAMM1ANY FARMER. --- --- ._1- .... CoriPatoa, January 24, 1880. --------- ---- - l COOKING FEED FOR LIVE STOCK. The question that is agitating the farming community to-day is: "'Does it pay to cook grain for live stock?" We all know that cooked food is much better, but some think that it is "too much trouble." Now, if a man is paid for his steps, why not as well take them on his own farm as anywhere else? About two years ago we com menced cooking feed for our stock, and I am satisfied that we havet saved one-third, at least. This year we fattened twenty hogs, and ( did not feed any sound corn. We had 200 bushels of soft corn; this we cooked with very little trouble and less expense. We also had about 3000 head of cabbage frozen; these, with some beets and turnips, were cooked and fed with the corn. Ism " not positive that there are much fattening properties in the cabbage, but it was a change of feed, and the hogs seemed to relish it and did not, lose any flesh, and some sto...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 31 January 1880

_' tar "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." Vol.6. COVINGTON, sT. TAIKKANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JANUARY 31, 1880. NO. 2. • i _l.' "----- .. .... 2=l-.. . - ·-·T ., ,.=,.,r. NEW ORLEANS CARDS. Chemicals ....... Fertilizers. STERN'S Fertilizer --And- Cliemnical HANUFACTURING C0M PANY, 14 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA., Have constantly on hand and mann faetnred for sale, at prices to suit the times, the following articles: Raw Bone Super Phosphate, Raw Bone Ammoniated Phos r phate, Pure Ground Raw Bone, Which we guarante' uns.urpa'lsei ini quality, anul are the maunt reiiable fertil izers of the: age. Also, the following chemicals: Sulphuric Acid, Muriatic Acid. Phosphoric Acid. Solution Phosphate of Lime, Sulphate of Alumina, Muriate ot Tin Crystals, Bone Black of All Grades, Copperas, Neats Foot Oil, AND THE CELEBRATED Perchloride of Zinc and Iron Disinfectant, -Now in daily use by the NEW ORLEANS AUXILIARY S4NIT...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 31 January 1880

THE ST. TAMMiANY FARMER. Official Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SMITH ....... PaoPnIErO. W. G. KENTZEL........EDrrOR. And Business Manager. SUB.'UIIPIO70.N A RATES One copy, one year ........... ..$2 00 One copy, six months. ............ 1 0 one copy, three mouths........... 50 Rates of Advertising. Ten lines of ttis (Brevier) type, or its equiv alen in larger type, cuotitutes a s.uare. OBEI SQUARE, FIRST INSEI.TION, ONE DOLLAL One square.. $ 3.00+$ 8 00 $14.00 $20.00 Two squares. 5.00 12.001 20.00 30.00 Threesquaras 6.50 15.00 25 00 40.00 Qear. column 8.00 18.00 30.00 50 00 Half column 12.00 30.00 50.00 75.00 Whole col'mnn 0.001 50.00 75.00 100.00 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per square for the irst insertion, and Fifty Cents for each subseanent insertion. COVINGTON, LA.: Saturday, January 1, 1880. THERE WILL BE A GRAND DAY PROCESSION, AND MASQUERADE BALL AT NIGHT, IN COVINGTON, ON THE IOra OF FEBRUARY. FUN FOR EVERYBODY. Hon. Jefferson Davis ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 31 January 1880

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER. Covington. January 31, 1880. LOCAL ITEMS. Our Agents. The following named gentlemen are our authorized Agents, to col lect subscriptions and solicit adver tisements for the St. Tammany FARMR : Mandeville-W. G. Davis. Madisonville-R. Galatas. Bayou Lacombe-Chas. Aubry. New Orleans-John A. Peyroux. Rmur.oaus.-Rev. L L. Peebles will preach in the Methodist Church in Covington to-night. Services to commence at 7 o'clock. Also tomorrow morning'and eve ning, at the usual hours. The public are respectfully in vited to attend. Parish Court will meet next Mon day. John Davis Brown, colored, who was badly burned last week, while drawing charcoal, is still in a pre carious condition. His recovery is doubtful. Naw STORE.-Mrs. Arsene Ken nedy, widow of the late George Kennedy, has opened a small store S. oDn Dzava. - Mrs. Ernest, aged sixty-five years, died sud denly last Thursday. at her resi dence on Ptarl River. She was stricken speechless and blind, while at dinner, 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. — 31 January 1880

EHE- ST. TAMMAN3\Y FARMt11EIt. Cemington, Jannear} 31, 1880. THE POWER OF TRUTH. The following beautiful illustra fion of the power of truth is from i tle pen of S. H. Hamimnond. former iy editor of the Albany Stult Regis -&.r. He was ail eye-witness of the scene in one of the higher courts. A Jittle girl, nitne Years of age. was offered as a wittness agaiust a prisoner who was on trial for a fel uny connmitted in her father's house. "'Now, Emilv," said the counsel for the prisoner, "I desire to know if you understand the nature of an a,,th?" "I don't know what you mean," was the simple answer. "There, your Honor," said the eonnu.l, addressing the court, "is anything further necessary to 'lezmoustrate the validity of nmy ob jection? The witness should be re ,ected. She does not understand the nature of an oath." "Let us see," said the Judge. "Come here, my daughter." Assured by the kind tone and manner of the Judge, the child stepped toward him and looked contidingly up in his f...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 February 1880

"The Bleouings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich mad the Poor." VoL 6. COVINGTON, ST. TAXUANY PARISH, LA., 8ATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1880. NO. 8. SNEW .ORLEANS CARDS. Chemicals ..... Fertilizers. STERN'S Fertilizer -And - Chemical XANUFACTURING CO PANY,. 14 UNIONo iSTREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA., Have constantly on band and mann faetured for sale, at prices to suit the tines, the following article.: Raw Bone Snper Phosphate, Raw Bone Ammoniated Phos phate, Puare Ground,raw Bone, Which we guaranteensurpssed in quality, and are thehmont reliable fertil amers of the age.'Also. theejfollowing chemicals: Sulphuric Acid, I MuriaticlAcid, Phosphoric "Acid, Solution Phosphate of Lime, Sulphate of Alumina. Muriate of Tin Crystals, Bone Black of All SGIades, Copperas, Neats Foot Oil, AND THE CELEBRATED Perchloride of Zinc and Iron Disinfectant, -Now in daily use by the NEW ORLEANS AUXILIARY - SANITARY ASSOCIATION -We invite the attention of CLOSE BUYERS, and 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. — 7 February 1880

THE .T. T''.ýI . N.L . FU.11A:ER. Official Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. IL.SlID EVERY ATIIIIR)RAY. . . ~ 1ITH " ..... ..P'aOEml:. W. G. KENTZEL........EDrroR And RInMifesue Manager. C'Id,' UllPTl"U " A.TE,'i One copy, one year .. ........... $2 00 One copy, ntix month1 .............. 1 t4 one copy, three muonthl........... .I Rates of Advertising. Ten lineXs f tih (lBr,.vier) Ijpe, or its. eq"r. ale t in lar,,er tylw, orn.,diltde. 1 .ytl,*te. om squ.tur, PtRFnrr X1Etrrzox, OXE DOp.L.%t. One .:hltre.. $ 3.00 $ X IMI $14.41S.20.(I0 Two selnure,. 5.$I) 12.IN) 20.00 340.)IN T ree.guar$l 6..51 15.i0. 25, 0U 44l.tIN t ur. colalum 8.00 18.001 3.),00 50 10 Hilf column! 1.001 30.Oi) 5I..i 75.001 W.toleeal'rul 0.00 50.004 75.00100.)00 Legal AdveortismenGt -One Dollar per quatre for the bast .inertion, and Fifty Cents far each obgqqu~pnt insertion. COVINGQTO, LL. : atmanav, vPeruary 7,1880. . mm nn•m-aul nn mm n n POLICE ~JURIES [Assumption Pioneer.] The presen T 4slature will be call...

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 February 1880

THE ST. TAM31AN Y FARMER. LOCAL ITEMS. Our Agents. The following named gentlemen sre our authorized Agents, to col lect subscriptions and solicit adver tisements for the St. Tanmmany Mandeville- W. G. Davis. Madisonville--R. Galatas. 'Bayou Lacombe-Chas. Anbrv. 7 New Orleans-John A. Peyrouxr. All loyal subjects of Rlex are ex pected to display their colors next Monday and Tuesday. A\Ve call ttention to the Mayor's proclamation concerning offensive fertilizers. Master James Vienne celebrated his tenth birthday last Monday. He remembered the printer with a uliee of "birthday cake." May his shadow itfcrease?! Very little cotton arrived in Co' ington during the early part of the week. Some little activity was. caused yesterday, however, by the arrival of fiiy bales, although most of it was for shipment. We acknowledge the receipt of a neatly printed and handsomely il lustrated invitation to attend the ncy dress Tall, to be givenrat the Courthouse next Tuesday night. We had a very heavy ...

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 February 1880

THE 4T. T.'AMMANY FAM.\ IIR. -('owintone. Febreary 7. 1S80. BI CAIiEFUL WHAT YOU SAY. In speaking of a person's faults, Pray don't forget your own: Remember, those with homes of glass, Should seldom throw a stone. If we have nothing else to do But talk of those who sin, "Tin better we should look at home. And from that plhce begin. We have no right to judge a man Until he's fairly tried; Should we not like his.company, We know the world is wide. Some may havefaults -and who has not? The old as well as young: Perhaps we may, for aught we know, Have fifty to their one. I'll tell you of s better plan. And one that works full well: I try my own defeets to cure Ere I of other's tell. And though I hope some time to be No worse than some I know,. My own shortoomings bid me let The faults of others go. Then let us all, when we commence To slander friend or foe, Think of the harm one word may do To those who little know. Remember, curses sometimes, like Our chickens, "roost at home," Don't 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 February 1880

.j 1__._ ...._ _ R UA...... .. . ... "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." Vol. 6. COVINGTON, ST. TAXMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1880. NO. 4. NEW ORLEANS CARDS. Chemicals....... Fertilizers. STERN'S Fertilizer -And Clhemnical MANUFACTURING COM PANY, 14 UNIONo STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA., Have constantly on hand and mann factured for sale, at prices to suit the times, the following articles: Raw Bone Super Phosphate, Raw Bone Ammoniated Phos phate, Pure Ground Raw Bone, Which we gnarantee'unsurpassed in quality, and are the nuimstreliable fertil isurs of the age. Also, the lolluo.vin chemicals: Sulphuric Acid, Muriatic2Acid, ;Phosphoric 'Acid. Solution Phosphate of Lime, Sulphate of Alumina. Muriate of Tin Crystals, e Black of All Grades, pperas, Reats Foot Oil, SAND THE CELEBRATED Perchloride of Zinc and Iron Disinfectant, -Now in daily use by the NEW ORLEANS AUXILIARY SANITARY ASSOCIATION S We invite the...

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 February 1880

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER OMoial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. LSSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SMITH ....... PaPRIETOR W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDTrro And Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One copy, one year...............$2 00 Oue copy, six months. ............ 1 00 One copy, three nmnthe........... 50 COVINGTON. LA.: Saturday, February 14, 1880. The Carnival in Covington. ARRIVAL OF REX. Reception of the King. THE PROCESSIO1N 01 TUESDAY. Gorgeous Display of the Pageant. The Town Alive with People from all Parts of the State. Streets and Iesidenoea Handsomely Decorated. The Royal Colors Flying in Every D4iretion. The Grand Masquerade Ball at the Courthouse Tuesday Night. arTc ar. are, Bic. His Boyal Majesty Re, the King of the Carnival, arrived in Coving ton, his chosen Capital, last Mon day afternoon, at 8 o'clock. His Highness was accompanied by the mobt distinguished members of his household, and was escorted by a band of native + warriors. The royal party, after passig in re...

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 February 1880

"set the ballin motion," his Majes ty'sa most loyal subjects joined in the mazy dance, which was kept up until a late hour. Thae Plgant toilets of the many beautiful ladies, and the fantastic costumes of the maskers, presented a scene that is seldom witnessed outside the wonderful and mysteri one realms of fairyland. Owing to the large number of guests present, the space afforded for dancing was very limited.. The hall on the first floor was also utilized as a ball room, yet it was not until after many of the guests had retired to their homes, that the votaries of Terpsichore could in d e4 in euir favorite pastime with any degree of comfort. The membesp of the Ball Com mittee did all in their power to pro vide for the pleasure and comfort of those present, and it was greatly owing to their efforts that the ball was such a complete success. The "imported" music was not equal to the occasion,, and in this respect the members of the Club were disappointed, although the member appointed...

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 February 1880

PUBLIC ROAD LAW. At a session of the Police Jury of the Parish of St. Taimnany, held October 1st 1877, the following act was p)assed: An Act relating hI AK.epinq the Pub- I lie Roads in Good (i'ladition. SECTIos 1. Be it resolv.ed, By the Police Jury of the Parish of St. Tammany, that it shall be the duty of the Police Jury annually to ap point Overseers of the Pubhe Rloads, whose. duty it shall be to summon all male persons living or residing within their respective limits, be tween the ages of fifteen and forty five years, except ministers of the gospel, at such times as to them, the said overseers, may seem con venient, to n ork on the public roads. Snc 2a Be it further resolved, That the Overseers of Public Roads shall give notice to each person, what kind of toolfor tools they and each of tlhem shall bring and work with on.iaid road, it the time of summoning such persons to work; that the overseer shall summon each person subject to road duty who shall reside within his road di...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 February 1880

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." Vol. 6. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1880. NO. 5. NEW ORLEANS CARDS. Chemicals ......... Fertilizers. STERN'S Fertilizer -And Clenmeical [ANUFACTURING COM PANY, 14 UNIONo STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA., Have constantly on hand and manu factured for sale, at prices to suit the times, the following articles: Raw Bone Super Phosphate, RawBone.Ammoniated Phos S phate, Pure Ground Raw Bone, Which we gnarantee.unsurpassed in quality, ani are tite umotreliable fertil izers of the age. Also, the following chemicals: Sulphuric Acid, -MuriaticlAcid, Phosphoric 'Acid. Solution Phosphate of Lime, ,,Sulphate of Alumina, Muriate of Tin Crystals, Bone Black of All . Grades, _ l peras, Foot Oil, THE CELEBRATED Perchloride of Zinc and Iron Disinfectant, ,... -Now daily use by the NEW ORJeANS AUXILIARY SANITARY ASSOCIATION IPeWe invite the attention of CLOSE ,BUYERS and 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. — 21 February 1880

TI[f -;T. T.Mm13AN Y FAR..MER. Officili Journal of the Parish i of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVVE1IY SATU1RDAY. J. E. S'HITR ....... I OPRIPETO W. G. KENTZEL........ EuToa. And Business Manager. - ----- --- -.--. I HCIISCRIPT 'ION 11.4 T'. One copy, oae year...............$2.00 O. $2opy, six nmonths ........... 1 O0 One copy, tlir.lt Imo.ths............ Oi Rates of Advertising. Ten lines of this (Brevier) type, or its eqhit ulut 1i lar.rcr type, .uotitdesr OSV SQ ARIT, FILET INSERTIOx. ONE DOLI-AS One square.. S 3.00)$ 8 00,$14.00 $20.00 Two square, i 5.00 12.00 :0.00 30.00 Treesqnarest. 6.50, 15.00 25 00 41.110 Quar. columdl 8.00 18 30.00 50 T) I SH-lf column 12.001 30.00 50.00 75.IMI Wholecol'mnn 20.00 50.001 75.00 I10.00j Legal Adrertisments -One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for each subseauent insertion. COVINGTON. LA. : laturday, February 21, 1880 POLICE JUtRIES. A bill was introdneed in the House last Wednesday providing for the appointment of Police Ju...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 February 1880

THE ST. TA3fLIANY FARMER. Cevington, February 21, 1880. LOCAL ITEMS. Our Agents. . Mandevillc--W. G. Davis. Madisonville--R. Galatas. Bayou Lacombe-Chas. Aubry. New Orleans-John A. Peyroux. We learn that bass are biting freely now. See fourth page for proceedings of the Police Jury. That telegraph line which is to connect Covington with the rest of the civilized world hasn't built itself yet There has been no oyster boat in Covington so far this year. There is a good "opening" here for some body. FoR SILE.-We have a few copies of last week's paper on hand, con taining a full account of the "Car nival in Covington." For sale "cheap for cash." The question of organizing a fire company in Covington is still being agitated, and we hope it will re S- . -.-_Y.tr and encourage inent which its importance de serves. Considerable work has been done in Covington recently in the way of cleaning the streets and repairing bridges. The sidewalks in many places are in a bad condition, and should be...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 February 1880

THE ST. TAMMAANY FAltMEI. (' vi.mltoun. February '.I, IsSO. PROCEEDING-S --OF THE POLICE JURY -OF St. Tammany Parish. Covn.ro., LA., Feb. 16, 1880. The Police Jnury of the Parish of St. Tamumany met on the above date at the Courthouse. Presnt--nW . lidon, President; Pat. Welch, Jas. W. Smith, George Kepp, N. Fendleson, J. M. Abney, J. L. Dicks. Absent-A. Cousin, J. Y. Crow. The minutes of the last meeting were read. The estimate of the probable ex penses of the parish for the year 180S was found to be incomplete, no provision having been made for public schools and criminal ex penses; and on motion, the follow iug items were added: For Public Schools, $1,000; for Criminal Ex penses, $700. The appropriation for the pay of Grand and Petit Juries was amend ed by adding the words, "this money to be used for no other pur pose." The minutes, as amended, were then adopted: The following is the estimate of ExPEr:SES FOR 1880, as amended: Grand and Petit Juries (this money to be used for no ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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