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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 January 1879

jLp a ''TIE BLESSLVIS OF _GOVERIiMENT, LIKE THE DEWS FROM ILEAVE. SHOULD DESCEND ALIKE UPON TIIE RICH AND TIlE POOR." COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1879. *a. TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SSt. Tamamany Farmer, a PUBLISHED IN fr:.. sir m.ta , St. Tammany Par. V. i Louisiaas. - O ISSUED WEEKLY. 09. may Nwo mer in the Parih. s amequaled Advertising Medium. har .aUS 4ttA t Ind e lu ing eirea tion in St. Tammany ainl Washington $jbA7lll3! wil contain eaneh week an boie 'variety of select reading matter, Sl ME*aike 'for afl eThase's of readers. Mailed to any a.itlrcas, postage paid, for Two Dollars Per Year. For further particulars, address THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER, c I "1.1 , * . Co rbOTOx, La. I WM. J. YOUNG.it Manufacturer and dealer in i E3SS, SADDLES; COLLARS 6;4 1! EI3hL ES, WHIPS, NNALTERS, COMBS, BR US IE, ETC. . S goeoth Peters street. (near French Ia Ma.aket) between Urlines _ and Hospital. NEw OazmLnws. i' eiiring done neatly and cheap. All t. -f"or Iverness Oil...

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. — 4 January 1879

8T. TAMIANY FARIER. ( cil Joral qf St. Tanunany Parish. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. ..MITH ....... Paore Ton. W. G. ENTZEL........EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ot eopy, one year..............$2 00 oCe opy, six months............. 1 00 One oopy. three months ........... 50 lates of Advertising. Tao Se of tiis (Brevier) type, or its equid aent ins larger type, cwnaisrea a ,quart. OarM esUAR Ts, rrazr rarro, ONE DOLLtR. Two sqnares. 5.00 12.00 20.00 30.00 Three are 6.50 15.00 25 00 40.]0i g mar. ootama 8.00 18.00 30.00 50 00 al o mn 12.00 30.00 50.00 75.00O Whdoleol'mn 0.00 50.00 75.00100.00 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per square for the irst insertion, and Fifty Geia for aoh subsequent insertion. Personal earda, when admissable, ten eats per line, payable in advance. COVINGTON, LA. : srktday, Jamuary 4, 1879. The New Orleans Mint will be rsedy to commence coining in about two week Three hundred million dollars were added to the circulating medi umn of the country last Wednesday. The ...

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. — 4 January 1879

ST. AMXA Y PAUER. CVium. Jugarr 4, 1879. As. ITEMS. L3.. Te..mils ThOngton mails will arrive nd w uaoording to the follow .ias42 p1. wind and weather per wittIi , S DEPART. .r.. A 3r ...Y M. I Wednsday..7 :,-7 - PrFiday...... 7 A. s. y. a. m. Monday.....7 A. x. - -.lnn II - u". . nt ,nnu i $i to as DRowxND.-On Christmas Eve Mr. Charles aged about twenty years, disappeared, and has S been found. He was at a house, about five rom Covington. He went t 'eiearly part of the night, did not return, the fam about him and.went him. Beceiving no ans i rcalla, they started to h oh. thinking perhaps he '- s way in the woods, the very dark. About two known as Wilson's " bieh was very much .i -the recent rains, and on fey found his hat. It is that he either fell into the Sttempted to swim across, to the extreme cold ' i nust have become so chilled that he was un h Iris way out. He was demented, and we learn been drbeing a little Sif~ther day. After a diligent Sthe night and next wler unable to fi...

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. — 4 January 1879

8ST. TAI.ANY FARMER. Coi.anteto, Januarr 4, 1879. THE HIDING PLACE. Grandfather was dead! Over and over again, the thought that he must die made me cry my eyes nearly out, for though he was eighty, he was not too old to love. And now it had happened, and all was over; and I sat iu a kind of a miserable dream, listening to Law yer Curdle, asking me Where did grandfather keep his will? Had I not been told? Did I know? A will in my favor, leaving every thing to me? Of course I kiew of it! "Gra.ndpap wanted to tell me," said I, "but I would not let him. I udM not bea,'to think of his being dead. :I hoped. he would not die J before I did." "In legald matters, ladies are little i short of idiots," said Mr. Curdle. j "I grieve to distress you, but I auppose you know there's a ram pant old fury down stairs, who I cl.msthis place and everything in it--wo is real your grandfather'si s -ister.-wno, if the e is no will found a turn you out of house and bo.pe." . " 'op ow yourgrandfather was onl...

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. — 11 January 1879

I I I I 5 g I 87 B -" BL e 0 GOVIOOWT, rTH D 7B0ax. aE a Mws FRO AV, SaHOULD DT.D ALIKE UPO 1 T 1E RH AND T . &COVINGTON. ST. TANKANY PABIBI, LA., BATURDAY, JANUARY 11. 1879. 101' 8) ýj M ie`Ozs ý. Xwiar .J,: MO &405 resNIIRii 0C01736M. 1A * su lt~a. ra.-eu eOf 4~1igus~mA&; osew. iMae. ~QLI400$ · ··£eI··ly 3w Qw -..Eat ';. :in~toR3, L a. dCJEMU9a to. wooL mde. . eetlaul eupliofwell .e DIWA ~ GOODS 11-boo !AZILTY GROCERIES, M OwuLrio: if '1e ie c tbrin .e .1st at aat tmtr pdo.. ummUIe haUIdue .f this hoUse the pss/emWAs , iice i neat BOB 10oý dua . iiFi WV h the Luan of vu U Pllaba at r )ts to suit -- O YIG'rON. LA. 0 A. Schjjber, Jr., SKEAT BARGAINS. 1 tg e sl osh of ! i O D B C Z MY ~odo# hND eiocumun ~ussaaelo of e.pot BTAPLE ARTICLES, WnaUR BACON, SUGAR, Oslo 6ur~oq~~b ~Dto wants I!IT-PROO1 OATSJ Alveys on head w7TES' do.ORl -wr t k.jC B. KOTTWITZ, , " areLrawi,~ 0==Omainaw R Gsu-l &erhandise - ri-a. ith~PrS uI d~ref ~1~PzL wImlrua web J. E. SMITH, covmW, au, :,a....

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 January 1879

81. TAXENANY FAI , q(b.Jo.gwrad Of . & ammimy ParkA. EWRD EVERY SATURDAY. ZU 8WTH ..... Pwiusxzra. W. . KENTTZEL....... EDrroL " UJOaJBIFPTION BATES w.sopl. om you ...........1....8 00 Ow copy, dx aots............. 1 00 e esopy, ths. monthh........... 5 Bates of Advertising. 2hsmrwru. (Bodwl) e, oritasquiW da*lsrggr *.ps emaibk m a u, s sua MIysate; s>- M MM- . Das nrms 3. .004. .jS00O 1.U0 0 30.00 1 5 4.00 8.00 18. 00W.6ee. 30. 8soo 6.00 !D 6. 76. 10.00 -Ai '-lr ~airmitei--O Dollarlc ~Vb-M af I aa kmht t OOVIN N L: -M 5lv W19 . QIMsnTFI AND USEFUL kti**aIuistb the worlkg pq j.tr elmad, who ive chiedy on &tO -eses from goat M_ lgids have to pFs through a ategkla efoes resabing the - l ., .u"..r sear, mes from tomaeeb aswis liver compliss. * dsy bbra; i soluble in eter. .a.gie and ilAhaiquid. A rub • . awis w.ah -trpenie. with didealtu, and. ike most I. :.Matemenri is 2 hy dna iem kaade, w ii ka A Nov naes ampsay is msid to abai*- . sew etils to protest t.aes m w.r .a The ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 January 1879

Jatimjy 1u, 1879. P to the follow hind and weathe r per- , ..7 o a.M lipinr e s lervice may t sat &the Methodiest "i fod gton on to-m rrow a ieL- th Protest sexi the P rotest Siimm onn momning, Sifvei n saletorss, thei 0a 4, hb Mi-, .Kepey. wo 1 ,gm OI.ngt, o; Cbx,. s 3,,e, s J "irereelauma wll be toned gg U"ar. r oloway i Ed M,'eh gale d &suu in heavy '- pe, etce Mr. Imgqtsawd knowa to many it eeinmt, Gainag spet the enar months at Lewiaberg, dur aggigalabe jiilted Coovig "IhI F '!rhoe at or mear degdipj anyt-ibg in the Iatets~. o well to par is hk m ino ame of the beat (or g) weeks for weather we have MlW fears. There was j nies' soi, am, mud' 1 1ge oasemderar e weather,s W dirn uigbht aud Ilki, .e in the qpie a er the Irattbree days, mw white with eow ix o and many a qI ,t.ulipped and .1B, uge beginning to M was to walk on Iiding aworded rare ; who made the ý !asted . So l * O .. Ths ad.vetise (o and and wel-eetablish .ooum & Co., whole iommiDssion mer New Onlea will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 January 1879

W ITAIANY: - PARNEL C*iauston, Juary I 1, 1879. ']WO -PAIR VECEIV ,S. lhat do men talk about when th4in 4b4"h windo aw saaing on rs rIs' eemiarg Do you sup po $ i of loe! , Indeed, I seue pe is f eey, or tof ome •thing that either makes money or Clove Sullivan has been spending fe% Jers in Europe,. and he has hi b1een telling his friend John Seklen houaspen it. John has spent his in New York-he is in -elined to think just as profitably. Both stories end in the same wy. A-4 hae not P0ie00 Ift, JohL "Nor I, Cleve." "I Iaght your m~ died two 3r ago; surely, you bnvln'tspent al the old gntisasan's money" . "I only got $20,000, and owed "Only 20,000oi What diad i do with the rest of it?" 'U*4 to 4a~ wi6a Ie married a beanty about a year after you went s aidleft her his whole "And the widow-where is she?" "ihyg n esnairh seatL I bae ever sees . She was one of the t Maur, of Marland." : .:*rg f dly, °ant 4eastide. Why don't you marry the widow?' "I never thought of such a thing." "Yon cn'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. — 18 January 1879

--- Tantag Fam V "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews f.om Heaven, Should Deocend Alike upon the lich and the Poor." - COVINGTON. ST. 'AAMXANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. 1879. NO. 52. . . . ¢ir m i ll• .I • • Vf #d 1' moceries, H ,iware, oo@t:img Hats, Caps, .Etc. -Ltonaitreet, "near Columbia, COV OTON, LA. as also on hand a full line of ieMade Clothitg. righeat price paid for Cotton., Hides, Wool. ant.alkhin of country produce. del4 Iv H. J. SMITH'S hpaMGBQCER YISTO1E DRT GOOES. HATS. SHOES, ' CROCKERY Aad a General Assortment for City and Country nose at the lowest cash prices. Covington, La. mighest prices pail for Wool. Hides, Chickens, e~tc. &'c., &c. GaRlkl--S HEINTZ, (. ,,). ".A' lRCHANT. 1j0et ontinual snlypplic. of well rs. RUY ( 00'G ) and choioe fPI2LY GROCERIES. Whie *ilu blie sold at lo* tigures. d i 'Omntry produce taken in ext ehange far goods, at market price. ' hti connection wit'. the coneral Mercantile business of this. house, .the rptoy;. e...

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 January 1879

aT. T A ANY PARJIER. (cfriaZ Josun..L of -at. Fermi. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SMITH ....... PROPRIETO W. . G KENTZEL ........ Erro. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year ................$2 00 One copy, si months............. 1 00 One copy, three moaths........... 50 Ratos of Advertising. ?Te tliae of Mla (Brevier) tApe, or its egud. a square. oUs eaQUAE, FRNT farnn1O, Own mOLLAs. e .. One square.. 3.00 8 800$14.00 S.00 Two squares. 5.00 12.1 0.00 30.00 Threeqares 6.5 15.00 95 00 40.00 Quar. oolama 8.00 18.00 S.00 500 Half oolm 1.00 30.00 5000 75:00 Whol. eol'mna 0.0 50. 75. 100.00 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per square for the firt insertion, and Fifty Cents for each subseeuent insertion. Personal cards, when admissable, ten easts per line, payable In advance. OOVINGTON, LA : $nsiayv, Jaumary 18, 1819. The freedom of Cork was not Granted. The People's Bank of New Or leans recently paid a dividend to its stockhbolders in gold. Some one speaks of the kerosene can as the birth-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. — 18 January 1879

'E ARKANY TASIBL ; r idr I . h au masils will arrive is " e aording to the follow i U wind and weather per DIPPArI. llmm . I, P. . n S.. .. n. d a.r. riday....... A. M. .7 a x. Moaday ...7 a. n. 4 T. Vickers will preach in Church, Mandeville, i ahRninag 19th inst., at Peo.on is building air Sdwelling and storen Columbia street . isher opened a tinshop in (tYlmthis week, which supplies i a·Sg felt by our eita.sea We i awI.ru .-Th skeleton of a b was disoovered lying in the t w se aboat nineteen miles from a in the neighborhood of SLmcomabe, last Thursday. C( pmine, of Covington, was and departed this morning g m tm senese to hold an inquest. l ive the result of the in- I 'rvg tie in our next issue. We am informed that the Clerk (fliCoeurt of WVashington parish I in doing a fine business late l teI issning of marriage li- 1 . s Among the most recent was that of a couple iaptial possessed the addi ias. of being an elopement o f lbowing ia statsment of the uni shipped from Covington, an...

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. — 18 January 1879

'I really think we might do sonme thing for her,~ r;)i. Mlr. gbfuua silt beforeI t Ka t opposite, with no very graciou _ pressi l a ºi , t "Nonsense!" said Mrs. Glenn "r"he h- "¢kpt u ,uue}ae you "Well, yes; buLd ti see, my dear married atj ig1tJWim 4 p$at ne'er "t ose fault wa~ it that she mar "Well, we l.. aldtys forese N1lýPg ef 4ildlý 4 go husband. "ershe aow, a widow, t lit tie child on her hans and no means of j1 Aigift tat! .s I ;:4! "No meqd *)ho lady. "Didn't I cut out that advertise uraSfaral i!`-t inth ia-ah4b i &slirQ ! lent message, that she 1idsi $ gb asp as me psition? Menial, indeed! "But, ma love, Fanny never was "Never was .4dle.tiqk." retorted Mra. Glenn. growing red in the face. i" sýebperately added Mr. Iuu. "I thught, as ur .spare c bewaU't occupied·s prseent, yaiwa.u. invite Fanny end her cI : ,'to 4y here as a sort of head quders. while she tried to eirn atlidthit as a teaeker." "A seee"anue&iSso Msa,(lenn. "'Oh, yes, that would suit Fanny Vivian'ezct...

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. — 1 February 1879

"The Bleminge of Government, Lie the Dewy from Heaven, Should Descen Alik aupon the Rich ai the Poor" Yd . COVINGTON. ST. TAKUANY PALI3S, LA., SA&'iDAYO PEBRUARY 1, 1879. NO. 3. J. QAHIER, UALa W , ae, ae, Sate, aQ, sy. estoa trm t near Columbia, S OOVINGTON, LA. i a s oan bhaM a tfll line of Raday-Mate Ctothlng. `1buCi pris aid for Cotton, Hid.., A dadklI ud. of eountr produce. de1i ly H. J. SMITH'S aJTdAL GROCERY STORE Dsr GOODS. HATS. CROCKERY sa haa ...sal Lwo..ami. for ity ,m4 Osat ,ry a the lowest Covington, La. Sprim lpadd for Wool, Hids, fRA.RLr f HEINTZ, I (w94,!.) MERCHANT, .h . sDi npplies of well us ~DR GOODand ohoio. PMIIY GROCERIES, obea ob t low Agumr. C Cosatry prodfue taken in oe. ohiene for goods, at market prioe. FIla ossasltiom with the general essetteile business of this hones the eiueera b.a tablished a neat BAb Swher he will keep the inma of W9 Ique s lager Bear, Cigars, et. mml ona heand and tas prios to suit COVINOTON. LA. NEW STOREI IN COVINOTON, BY A. ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 February 1879

82. TAMMANY FARMER. Oficial Josrnal of St. Tammany Parish. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. -4 J. SMITH .......PROPRIETO. W. G. KENTZEL....... EDITOR. And Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year ............$2 00 One copy, six months ............. 1 00 One copy, three months........... 50 Rates of Advertising. s* ues of 40is (Drevier) type, or its equi leat in larger type. constilutes a square. oN IsgQAsr, FIRasT SXaRTION, ONE DOLLAR. d CO C - ----iili One equara..S 3.00 $ 8.00 314.002 .00 Two squares. 5.00 12.00 20.00 30.00 Three squares, 6.50 15.00 25 00 40.00 Qar. co.umn 8.00 18.00 30.00 50 00 Half column 12.00 30.00 50 00 75.00 Wholeeol'mnn 20.00 50.0 75 00100.00 Legal A&vertisments-One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cen. s for each subsequent insertion. Personal cars, when admissable, ten sents per line, payable in advance. COVINGTON, LA. : Bat rday, February 1, 1879. Notice to Candidates. .'-pe will insert the announcement of any person desirous...

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. — 1 February 1879

SImLrAN FY PAMER. C cru., February 1, 1879. . FOCAL ITEMS. The Mails. * Co vington mails will arrive 4bu according to the follow tehale, wind and weather per SDEPART. ...7 P . ci.dnl sdty... A. u. i y..9P. P. Frid .. ..... 7 A. ).. i q...7 P. I Inn~hr.. . 7 A. n. zGioUs.-Rev. L L. Peebles w'.-preach in the Methodist ci h to-morrow morning, at 11 o i&, and also at night. All are 2CU invited to attend. athe afternoon there will be a i for children, at which time . day School will be organized. ..v G. T. Vickers will preacln rotestant Church, Mandevile, morrow (Simday) morning at 11 o'clock. Public invited. L .City Council of Covington SIold a meeting this evening. _.lt subscribers will please bear in mind that with the piesent num ber of the FAuXr.a ends the first qua~ of their subscription for the genst year, commencing Noveni Lr 4.1878. We hope those who *5 *st yet done so will pay up I. e , ~ as we shdll be comn Sto drop all deinqucnts fromu ___ .t.. '"1eari tua.t ture. was som...

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. — 1 February 1879

UT. TitAlNY PAUELE C FejPessarr 1, 1879. HARRY. Two good-looking young men, eas just the same general style as the other-tall, fair, drooping moustached, blue-eyed, only that Rochestine was the handsomer of the two and a trifle heavier. They had been chums at college, friends ever since, and regulycor respondents during Rochestine's fouryears absence in Europe. And now he had just come back, and naturally enough there were ten thousand things to talk about fully b much as if they had been women instead of men. Harry Clifford's tongue ran ee pecially 6.. "You've come back in the very nick of time, Rochestine. There 'bas been something I've wanted you to do for the last three months iomething I'll be hanged if I do, although its got to be accomplished by book or crook. You're just the ideitical man to do it, old friend." Beebeatine looked inquiringly at him; then he shrugged his shoulders d4 laughed. o "Tt sounds suspicious, Clifford Before. ye may a syllable more, I'll wager it is so...

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. — 8 February 1879

"The Blessmr of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Pdbr." 'VPO 5. COVINGTON. ST. TAI ANN PAiRI3fL, L., SATIRDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1879. - NO. J. CAHIER, DEALER IN ry Goods, Grocearies, Hardware, Boots, Shoes b Ha, Caps, Etc. S-Se.ton street-near Columbia, s.·. 4-COVINGTON, LA. Ha.s also op hand a full line of ItRedy-Made Clothing. hia.ahpriceap.ii for Cotton, Hides, jV.o 4 4 kinids of country produce. de14 Iv *" " .. SMITH'S r TAJIL GOOCER:Y STORE :.·. - SHOES. j.. CROCKEiY lkd a General Assortment for City and -sb- L Country use, at the lowest :s c. cash prices. Covington, La. S-ighat prices paid for Wool, Hides, Shkigens, et. &c., dc. ~ F~aaF~ks ~.4gaaL.) ; MERCH NNT, fpsiv.gt i oinual supplies of well me lot.ed DRY GUUJM anI d choice 1 t T` G OO2RIES, 1Vio}k wpl~s~old~at low iiagai. #! Country produce t'takn td ex-, ohange for goods, at market pticea JIn coifn"it h 'with the general Mercantile business of this house, the proprietor' h...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 February 1879

ST. TAIEANY FARMER. Qeial Jorrsal qf b. Tanumany Parish. I8SUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SMITH .......PaornImro. W. G. KENTZEL....... EDITOR. Amd Busaness Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One esopy, one year ................$2 00 One copy, six months............ 1 00 One copy, three months........... 50 Estes of Advertising. tha lines of this (Brevier) type, or its equiv 'et in sarger type, constitutes * square. eims QuaE P T sDEsmUTorzox, ONRE DoLa. One square.., 3.00$ 800 $14.00 $20.00 Two squares. 5.00 12.00 20.00 30.00 Threesgeares 6.50 15.00j 25 00 40.,0 Quar. column 8.00 18.00. 30.00 50 0Q Half columnt 1.00 30.00o 50.0o 75.00 Whole col'manl 20.00 5000i 7.005 00.00 Legal Advertiaments-One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Personal eards, when admissable, ten eants per li~b, payable in advance. l! • a | COVINGTON, LA. : Saturday, February 8, 1879. Notice to Candidates. We will insert the announcement of say person desirous of repre...

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. — 8 February 1879

SI IAEXANY FPAtMER. Qei!iltern, Februarr 8, 1879. WOCAL ITEMS. no asUL. he Cowington mails will arrive san depart according to the follow ing suhedule, wind and weather per-1 mittSg: amia. j DEPAruT. dy.... 7. t. Wednesday..7 A. x 'Thkssl...7 p. xI Friay...... 7 ". x. atans :..7 r. LI Monday....7 A. x. " Um.s.s.-Rev. G. T. Vickers lil prsaeh in the Covington Metho dist Church to-morrow (Sunday) morning, at 11 o'clock. All are eondially invited to attend. Bev. L. L Peebles will preacln to Protestant Church, Mandeville, a u8mnday, February 16, at 11 o'elok a. r. APmurn as a PrTUns."--It some titsm happens that the "surround ings" of a picture compose the pret tiestpat of it At least it is so with me we have in our possession. The picture, a specimen of "spatter work." sad one of only ordinary merit reseanted a passable appear sams, until a certain young lady in Covia.o kindly otfered to make us a frame for it, which throws the picture completely in the shade. The frame is "a thing of ...

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. — 8 February 1879

&J.T'IRANY i 'AfPRKER. Covington, Februari S, 1879. FLORENCE'S S ACRIFICE. "Is thd boat recdy- for the sailing party, my boy? Not many have as - handsome a lad to do the honors. She's most p-etty enough to turn your hoad, Allan. Take care!" "Shue Ah, tfather, I doubt if her eyes have ever turned in mq direc tion. What am I to Miss Alford, except a necessary portion of the rigging-a power to propel the boat? In her "dainty silksand laces she~ is as some fair, fragrant flower, whose very perfume it seems sucri lege for ~ti to' enjoy." "Ha, ha!" laughed the old man, as the tall, stalwart form of the younger passed out at the open door. "Poor and proud--poor and proud! Perhaps to his pride he has some right. This looks like it," be added, carefully unlocking a pri vate drawer and taking from it a 'small package, which, opened, dis closed a purse filled with gold pieces, a ri·ng and a locket. Upon the purse, embroidered, pad on the other articles engraved, was a rich heraldic device,...

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