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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 June 1880

Ta' aann!' Farmuri "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. JUNE 12. 1880. NO. 81. I I I I al l il .a l ma e l lI•• F m mam Iiam l| I liia PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SAM'L R. WALKER, ATTroRNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. COVINGTON, L.. Practi.,es in U'. S. Circuit and District Citurts, New Orleans. JOHN WADSWORTH, ATrroEr.E. & COUm.M.o .AT Law. Franklinton, La. Will practiei in the Ei1ghteenth .Tu dicial District. Will he founnl at thie clirk'a (thee. in C(ovington, La.. troit the 20th to the last of each cal. ndu-r" tmonth, uhti DR. E. R. RANDOLPH. LATE oF NEw Ot....aNS, Tenders hi: proflsi.ar.an:l s.rviiec-s to, the people of St. 1'a :utxnuty pari.sh and surrounding coiiutftiy. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS. NEXT Do.,:: To iS.xi:.t-i' C:(':NC C'ovington, La. Covington Shsving Saloon ,suf Ir ; ...................... 11 cts. Hair Cut'.iing ...........- 20 cts. ,h nt:t .lo) ini g.........

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 June 1880

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER OoMial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. J. E. SMITH .... ..PnoraLron . G. KEN'ZEL ...... E..DFrro. And Busimess Manager. SCL'SClllU.Il' O. V i .'S One copy, one year .... ........... $ (0 Use copy, six monltlhs ........... I 4(N 13.e copy, thre montlhs ........... 5 Rates of Advertising. Tea lies qf tlk; (l;revier) lyn.e ,r its eqlir calasu i. ta ,yr 1i yj, consltil te!s OWE s5Qt1.AE, nE" I iSERTION. ONE I)IOJ.AI: One square..$ 3.01$ 8 0 ($14.(10 0 Two aquaes. 5.4) 1.2.000 2WN) :ui0.0 Threesquares 6.54 lI5.0 25 ,. 411.ca6 Qºr. column 8.00 18.(0) 30).IN) 50 01 tdf onlutmn 12.18 30.(0 5(1.(K1 755.N) VWholecol'n 20.00 50.00 75.00 100.40 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per square for the first insertion, atnd Fifty Costs for each sublequent insertion. COVINGTON. LA.: Msturdayv June 12, 1880. ANoTHER REDucTzos.-The steam er New Camelia has reduced the fare, on excursion days, to fifty cents for the round trip. CHICAGO NOMINATIONS. [New Orleans Democrat, 9th ins...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 June 1880

FARMER TO NEW ORLELIB SDEPART. w. x: Monday... 4 A. a . x. Tuesday... A. a S x. Wednesday.4 A. p. x. Thursday ..4 A. r. . Friday.... 5A. N p. x. Saturday...4 a. vO6 PEARLL'GTON River Thursday, at 8 A. x. t ington by 11 A. x. igton Thursday. at 1 P. Pearl River by 4 P. M. -pEj R ER TO CO I'IVGTO. L& Rs River Monday, at 6 A. x. Urs at vingto on Tuesday, by Leav s gton on Tuesday. at Sao A. x. yirves at Pearl River Wednes 4ay, by I Pl.Ai1LIVER TO RIGOLETS. teavrs l River aturday. at 9:30 aL. A ~ at Rigolets by 1::3 P. M. es olets Saturday, at 2 P. x. Arives at rl iver by 6 P. x. 'O~vFG 2 AND SHIIADY GROVE Arrives Covington from Shady rmve o , la2 , at I; P. 1. Leave.n vington for Shady Grove WVeds~ A. x. -C o N A.ND PONCHATOULA. Arnives Corington every Friday, at 4 r. xL baturday, at 6 A. x. Agents. tan e-W. G. Davis. ille---. Galatas. Boayo mbe--Chas. Aubry Pearl iver--G. H. Ganse anl Mrs. L. ler. YNl eaBns--John A. Peyrous AL ITEMS. RELIGIOUS. Rev. L. Peebles will preach in e, on...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 June 1880

T1E MSAANY FARMER wv nt Jaune 1. 1890. HOW'WE SERVED HIlL We lived in a city in Ohio, my brother and I, and with our aged parents. Two merrier young peo ple never lived. We were twins, natu so nmuch alike in our way and manners that it would have takeii a unmrti person to tell n. a'part; wt looked and talked alike; wo had light brown hair and dark tlae eyes; we were just twenty-two, ani were always up to soma trick, playing pranks oi each o6her, and s.ometimes cU our intilmate friends. I had two very intimate gentle men friends, George Ctatonl and Sam Summers. I had known them aI long time and liked them very much, but lately, in some way, I had taken a dislike to Sam Sum mers, and wanted to get rid of him He had not offended me personally, and I did not know how to go about it. So I determined to play a crick on him. I told brother Tom about it, and he promised his assistance. On Wednesday evening I had promised to go to a concert with George Caston; I knew that Sam wanted to take ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 June 1880

9 ----- - .I- -- - - "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews fro Vol.6. COVINGTON. ST. TA.lANY PARISH, LA., SATUR NEW ORLEANS CARDs. [F.rsau.er.n Is 1829.] F. P. MARTINEZ, FIRST AN. ONLY WHOLESALE Boot and Shoe Man. uflctory IN LOUISIANA. Boom AND SHOEs oF ALL. KIND AND DESCtILPTION, ROME AND EASTERN MADE No. 9 MAGAZINE STREET, New Orleans, La. Oflcee in Boston--No. 95 High street. o-23 "Iv J. I. Wanans. J. N. ATKIrsscs. WARREN & ATKINSON, COTTON FACTORIIS - -ANI) General Commission Mer chants, NO. 4$ UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS. LA. .tPro:mpt attention given to all bumsiness intrnast-d to us. octi PROFESSIONALI CARDS. SAM'L R. WALKER, Ar-InrY. AND Cor'S-NLOR AT LAW COVINGTON, LA. Practi.ee in U. S. Circuit and District Courts, New Orleans. JOHN WADSWORTH, ArroINEY ,A Couss.rOIR AT LAW. Franklinton, La. Will practice in the Eighteenth Ju. dicial IDistrict. Vill be found at the C'lerk's offce, in Covington, La., from the 20th to the last of each calendar motth. mah6 DR. E. R. R...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 June 1880

ow)i )O.I f i5r 6 0 440 .I6 . A.) 150 075u j0.001 75.00 100 00 ants-One Dollar per at insertion, and Fifty .baeonent insertion. .VINGTON. LA.: aT, June 19, 1880. e Chicago plan--One good deserves another. If Grant is an imperialist, what kind of an imp is Garfield ? k The National Democratic Con vention meets in Cincinnati next Tuesday. The Morehouse Clarion, now that Grant is "busted," has no objection to Hancock. Garfield was the "dark horse" of the ChicagoConvention, because his reord was so black. Congress adjourned last Thurs day. Many important peasures go over until next winter. Congresmnan. Robertson has our thanks for a copy of Prof. Riley's RepMt on the Cottor Worm. iina are trying to gressional salary grabber Pre"sid. eny. That is a sight fur gods and men. Garfield was one of the visiting statesmen, but was he at the Octo roon ball? This conundrum isre ferred to the Daily &ales. Gea. J. Floyd King is the best -poking Congressman we know of, Ma.id we are glad to hear t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 June 1880

W. G. Da..i T'e' of cotton from - . the let of Septem bet to 54 bales. -sa at the Courthouse he pl. of St. Tammany hoeyei the arket just now, at Last yted y night a cold wave s t.os locality, and extra . blakei twere a demand. Thi year tie peaches of St. Tam many iag a failure, but the fig crop, like "eed time and harvest," never Theiwill be a meeting of Cov ingtoo Fnie Company No. 1 next Tuesdmy evenlg, at half-past seven The faraem of this locality com plain of an ensess of rain, but ap peasmem ind ate erops of unusual abuadanse. Peol..who would.like to see a Sne pimey woods plantation, will be gratiSed b a visit to the domain of Adm Thomsen, Esq., one mile above Uovington. There id planty of room in Cor ingt oar city people who desire to spend a ~eea6 among the pines, nad et a breath of pure air and a drink of gpd water. IBatiag on the river is becom ing o*set of enjoyments of the Sthere isn every facil tb for r~t it of fun-plenty of bortaTud aautiful river." A lively business is...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 June 1880

fHE ST. T)TfANIY FARM3E C@vilitem. Jane 19. ISSO. Ofiial Journal of the Parish of St. Taummany. 1IMSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SMITH ....... Puoprirrou W. G. KENTZEL ....... Eurro. And Ilstiess Manager. SLU'SCRIPTIO.V J:..:iTS One copy. one year.... ...........$200 One copy. asi months. ........... 1 I0 *One nopy, three months ..... ... 50 A VOICELESS WIFE. Bardette leaves off his fun to write this pretty sketch: While I was lecturing at Wash ington I saw a lady with an intel ligent, pretty face and bright, elo quent eyes that were rarely lifted to ward the speaker, and then only fb.a ash of time. They were bent upon her husband's hands almost aonstantly. Brilliant and accom plished a few years ago, she had gone down into the world of voiceless silence, and now all the :music and all the speech th:at enters her life comes through the ten der devotion of her husband; and as I talked I watched him tc-1! ing of the lecture on his nimble lingers, while her eager eyes glan eed from them t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 June 1880

`ý` f 3 as Yý +r 4~ 4' B"The mbraingu~of *o ovcrnmnt, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Bich and the Poor." VOL 6. COVINGTON. ST. TAXXANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JUNE 26, 1880. NO. 3SS - 4 NEW ORLEANS CARD;. [EsrABasIIED L' 1t29..] F. P. MARTINEZ,. FIRST A.D. ONLY WHOLESALE moot and Shoe Man ufactory IN LOUISIANA. BooTs AND SHOES OF ALL KIND AND * D-cnw~TIO~, ROME AND EASTERN MADE No. 9 MAGAZINE STREET, New Orleans, La. Office in Boston-No. 95 High street. oc2o ly J. L WAtRRN. J. N. ATr.sNo.. WARREN & ATKINSON, COTTON FACTORS, -AND General Commission Mer- I chants, NO. IS UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. :'Prouampt ,attention given to all business intrnsted to us. oct J. THOMSON & BROS., Importers and )ealers in Carriage and Wagon Makers' h ateri .l, And Manufacturers of LIGHT Carriages and Sprirn Wageons. A.u AT REASONABLE PRICES. Nos. 68 and 70 South Rampart street, Between Common and Gravier, S NEW ORLEANS, LA. COar Orders recevc Prompt Attention. jl 2...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 June 1880

TH= ST. TAMMANY FARM ER J. E. SMITH ........ PnoP1ron W. G. KENTZEL....... EDITOR. And Businmess Manager. COVINGTON. LA.: Saturdar, June 26, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FoE P1.e:ITDET: W. S. HANCOCK, Or PENxESYLVANIA. For Vi~c PrESI.ENT, W. H. ENGLISH, OF I.SzIA.A. The nomination of Hancock slaughters (Gariehld. Whal has become of Grant and Blaine? And one John Sherman ...s not been heard of lately. The Southern Watchman an nounces Hon. Henry Skipwith as a candidate for Congressional nomin ation in this District. Adversity is the trialof principle. Without it, a man hardly knows whether he is honest or not. Gar field will know how it is with him self in November next. Hon. E. W. Robertson has pub lished an address to his constitu ents, which is too long for our col umns, and which confirms us in our opinion that he ought to be renom inated. The editor of the Morehouse Clarion recently rode five miles in the country to attend church. He explains, however, that "curiosity and a ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 June 1880

M`ANY FABMER. SJue 26, 8O0.; .j!'r Agents. 'L, Davisi le-R. Galatas. ter--4 H. Gause and C dler. . o be--Chas. Aubry. i Oileans-John A. Peyronux. bAL ITEMS. -0 OF POLICE JURY. owsrox. L&., June 26, 1880. SNCiee b hereby given that there wil ti a qpecial meeting of the Po lice ~Jrypi at the Courthouse, in Coigto.. onl MONDAY, July 3, 188 at 11 o'clock .'. s., for the pur poseIf e.mining all warrants, cer -. tifi.4les pd other evidences of in debtidnes against the parish, is saedprior to January 1, 1879. All the members are requested to be preeht. J. M. ALLISN, President of Police Jury. W. G. EIK2"ZEL., Secretary. As weer to press we are request ed to ui nce that Rev. Mr. Stuart will pre h in the Episcopal Church tuorropw, at 11 o'clock. Majar f. W. Rountree, Southern Pasosegi Agent of the Illinois (Oetral bilroad, spent a few days in Goviugtou this week, as a guest ,at the Mhrtindale House. Hon. H. Hatch, of New Or- ! leans,, e ea visit this week to St. Tamma~. Mr. Hatch has a co...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 26 June 1880

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER. Covingte. . June 26, 18O. A PUZZLED CENSUS-TAKER. BY JOHN G. SAXE. 'Got any boys?" the marshal said To a lady from over the .Rhine; And the lady shook her fl:aen hl'tad And civilly answered, ,'Nine!" "Got any girls?" the mrarshal said To the lady from over the Rhine; And again the lady shook her head And civilly answered, "Nine !" "But some are dead?" the marshal said To the lady from over the Rhine; And again she shook her flaxen head And civilly answered, "Nine '" "Husband, of course?" the marshal said To the lady from over the Rhine; And again the lady shook her head And civilly answered, "amine !" "The d-1 you have!" the marshal said To the lady from over the lhine; And again she shook her dnxen head And civilly answered, "'Nine !" I "Now what do you mean by shaking your head And always answering 'Nine?'" "'Ick kan,a keLt E:tliid?.t!" civilly said The lady from over the Rhine. JUTE CULTURE. The most recent investigations of the jute plant favor the idea t...

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. — 3 July 1880

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ti t r I~' ". '" a a "The Blesrings of Government, Like the Dewm from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." " ' . VOL. COINGTON. ST. TAANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JULY 3. 1880. . -. •, ,,m ma 'al ri,.'_,: . : - '1t'l. l. CVINTON 8T.TAMANYPARIH, A., ATUDAY J~l 3.188. • NL.-M.I-':; :' 7-_~~~. 2 ... :-. NEW ORLEANS CARD,. [Esa3Lina31 IN 1t29.] F. P. MARTINEZ, FIRST AND ONLY WHOLESALE .Boot and Shoe Man utectory IN LOUISIANA. Boorm nw SHoES or ALL KIND AND DEscnIPTION, ROME AND EASTERN MADE No. 9 LAGAZINE STREET, New Orleans, La. Office in Boston-No. 95 High street. oc25 ly J. L Wzare. J. N. ATINssoN. WARREN & ATKINSON, COTTON FACTORS, -AND GOneral Commission Mer chants, NO. 48 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS. LA. "r Parompt attention given to all business intrusted to ns. oct4 J. THOMSON & BROS., Importers and Dealers in Carriage and Wagon Makers' katerial, And Manufacturers of LIGHT Carriages and Sprina' Wagons. ALL AT RE.ASONABLE PrucE...

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. — 3 July 1880

"HE ST. TAMMANY FARMER Ofiala Journal of the Parish of t. Tasmmany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SMITH ...... P.aoP iTro W. G. KENTZEL........ E.rron. And Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTIONV IoA TES One copy, one year .............. $2 00 One copy, six months ........... 1 00 One copy, three months .......... 5o COVINGTON. LA.: Saturday, July 3, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. Fon PRESIDENT: SW: S. HANCOCK. Or. PENNSS'LVANA. Fon VICE PRESIDENT, W. H. ENGLISH, Or INDIANA. Hancock is the coming man. Garfield's breeches will be full of holes before he ever gets into the White House. Since the adjournment of the Chicago Convention, Grant has had to pay for his cigrs. Grant's friends say he likes a quiet life, and that be dislikes the duties of official position. Then he ought to be well satisfied. In St. Tammany parish there are thousands of acres of Government land subject to homestead entry. Here is the place for cheap homes and good ones. J. H. Shanks, for many years the competent edit...

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. — 3 July 1880

iTAWA TY FARMER. July 8. 180. .Agents. W. G. Davis. vie--R. Glsatas. ver--. H. Gause and Sadler i1s.em.be-Chas. Anbry. +-ia ns--John A.' Peyroux. We limed be glad to farnish every r!eilnI4t is parish with a copy of the FP m, bit in order to be able to do ti, . is neeesary that everybody ah.l4d-asebc'ibe. Our modesty forbids or maHk much mentfon of the advan tlgespa. generally would derive from a egalreading of this paper, but in o1der b extend its circulation and use fulers, we make this proposition: We wll reeeve mn payment of subscriptions any mad Overy kind of commodity, at its market prce in Covington, that our pat es may choose to bring us. An ex citing eleetion Isahead of us, and people everywhere bshold be posted on thesita atiol. " The PFun proposes to meet all thregairemnents of a well conducted country newspaper, and we hope the proposition contained in this article will add meaynames to our subscription list LOCAL ITEMS. MEFTING OF POLICE JURY. Covesorm~. LA., June 26. 18...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 July 1880

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER. Coviinatam, July 3. ~S0. SHEEP HUSBANDRY. There is no other kind of live atoek which has, for so many years, proved so profitable for the fanners to raise as sheep, and it will be many a le41g year ere sheep lhna bandry will cease to conmmandi the attention and produce the comforta ble profits which it now does, under proper systeims of imanagemuent. There are some exceptional years. when prices rule low, that breeders in some sections get seared, yet we doubt whether the price of wool has ever gotten below the profit mark and brought the breeder in debt for his labors. Is there any other kind of stock which has so much to its credit as that? Virginia and any other parts of the South are eminently fitted for sheep raising, and we hope to see her flocks year ly increasing, both in numbers and excellence, for with good lands genial climate, and nearness to mar kets, those who adopt sheep hus babdry in suitable localities will re ceive a liberal reward for their...

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. — 10 July 1880

.w .r r kR "to oL .' S y ' "T.e BIemngs of Government, Like the Dews from Hsive, hould Deseend Ali'e upn the lich sad the Poo" - ,1 . -C(OVINTON). ST. TAN ANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JULY 10. 1880. .. _- . . . . . . . . . . _ - . . . . . . . lm I j. . . . . . . ." . . . . NEW ORLEANs CARDS. [E&rAtM an Is 1l89.] XF. P. MARTINEZ, PItST an ONLY WHOLESALE moi*t and Shoe Man atfetory IN LOvISIAA. Boots axD SHOER OF A.L KIND AND DESCRIPTION, SOME AND EASTERN MADE No. 9 MAGAZINE STREET, Now Orleans, La. OBee in Boston-No. 95 High street oc~a ly J. L WAR . J. N. n. ATinos. WARREN & ATKINSON, COTTOx FACTORS, -AND General Commission Xer chants, NO. 48 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS. LA. .r Promlpt attention given to all business intrusted to us. oct4 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SAM'L R. WALKER, J,~ONE AND COUNSELOR AT LAW " COVI1GTON, LA. l cces in . ti. Circuit and District Courst Se," Orleans. JOHN WADSWORTH, ArrORNEr & COUvss LoR AT LAW. Franklinton, La. Will practice in the Eighteenth Ju di...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 July 1880

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER O-oisi Journal of the Parih of St. Tasmauy. 8IUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. l SMITH .......PaoPHrfOa IV. G. KENTZEL........ Erron.o ,Amd Bsineess Manager. S.UB&C,'RITIOP.V ATE'S One eopy, one year ....S.......... 00 One copy, six months. ........... 1 00 One copy, three months........... 50 Rates of Alvertising. Te Biss o tfftLs (Brevier) type or its equiv adlas inlarger type, cusstitutes a square. 9 ow: squAkn, rlmrr ITsnlowN. oC. DOLLra . ° O One square.. 83.00 800 $14.00 20.00 Two quare. 5.00 12.00 20.00 30.00 Threesquares 6.50 15.00 5 001 40.00 Q 6r. oolaan 8.00 18.00 30.00 50 00 Half column 12.00 30.00 50.00 75.00 WhuL.ol'ramn 0.00 50.00 75.00100.00 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. NatiUmal Demesratle Ticket. Fo. PausaoTnr: W. 8. HANCOCK. f Or PaXsNsLva.N. FoR Vics Pumaor", W. H. ENGLISH, Or In.D s. s COVINGTON. LA : Saturday, July 10, 1880. The Grant men are waiting until 1884 ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 July 1880

TABYn FAIaMn .-Juy 10. 1880. Agents. W. G. Davis. i imo--oG. H. Gauso and Lmobe--Chas. Abry. rleans--John A. Peyrounz. be glad to furnish every a l. iethim parish with a copy of the Sbukt la order to be able to do * Is,, aaesi r that everybody ~9 bA1ribS. Our modesty forbids Ste muebh mentfon of the advan s pIene sialy would derive from & 3r1edia g of this paper; but in tM islatead its circulation and use Iu s make this proposition: We , wQl Vstde in payment of subscriptions a@y s every kind of commodity, at its "ssehpf.ee in Covington, that our pat r mtay se se to bring s. An ex aiting .sbeon is ahead of us, and people evyp r should be posted on the situ am. The FPas.u proposes to meet all the .regirimets of a well conducted esmary nespsaprr, and we hope the pIpslmtln on mtained in this article will M Eisay sames to our subscription list. LOCAL ITEMS. Se proceedings of the Police Jm-a, in another column. 1at beakfast. figs and cream are aot hd, in place of peaches and Amy one h...

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. — 10 July 1880

'!g P1lATFlORUS T'1 Demoorate of the United tats, in convention aesetmbed, de Fist--We pledge ourselves arew to the enostitutiWnal doctrines and traditions of the Dmmonkratic party, as iiusatrated by the teaching and example of a long line of Democratic ptatemasem and patriots, and em Iodied in the platform of the last national conventiou of the party. Mec. nd--Oppoition to central .natiot and to that dangerous spirit of ecroaehmlent which tends to consolidate the powers of all depart aIents in oue. aUd thus tlto crC;tte,: whatever be the form of governmment, s a real de.spotism., No a.umptumarv laws; separation of ehlureh and: statc for the good of eatch; common s~hools fostered and protected. Third -Houe rule; Ilhonellost mon ey, consisting of go!d and silver, and paper convertible into coin on demand; strict maintenance of pub lic faith, State and national, and a tariff for revenue only. Fourth-Subordination of the amilitary to the civil power and gen eraland thorough reform of t...

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