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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 December 1880

. Tammang fr mr, ~a. ap · f SOe t, .r.r the s h ha nruow IheuM kead Shike a~ l e ned tle ?ser." Vol.t . COTrGTOR ST. TAXXANY PARIL, LA.. SATURB AT. DISWBlER 4. 1889. IS. 46. NEW ORLEANS CARD:. " [Ear~Tauase IN 1828.] F. P. MARTINEZ, FIRST ic ONLY WHOLESALE Boot;and Shoe Man- afactory II LOUISIANA. soor AND Lioos or A.l. Sxty awD DrcaCJrrs., )OME AND EASTERN MADE No. 9 MAGAZINE STREET, lNow Orleans. La. Oice in Boston-No. 95 High street. oc25 ly ALL GOODS DELIVERED Free of Charge, - IN Madisonville, Mandeville and Covington. -BY MAX BEER&Co 3I Canal street, New Orleans, La. lWea you go to New Orleans. the rast place to visit is MAX BEEB & CO They are right opposite where the La mors ao*p, and as they deliver packages tree .f se . to your home. and sell all Cot tea, Plantatiqe Goods, ete., at Mann. -etuarers' Prices, evefrr e is the parish bays from th as. Look wedl r4d see that ye- go to the right p.lce as you can seve money b3 buyiug gods fron them. Write for samplesn oad co...

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 December 1880

TFHE ST. TAMMANY FARMER .Offcial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. 1.iSLUD E}U J Y SATU'IAy. J. )+. 8MITJY ....... PoPnIEro W-. G. KENTZEL........ ~JTOR And Basiness Manager. NCL'JSCI11'TIONV iL- TES .'On npy, one year . ...........$2 00 ul- co'py, six su,,nth .. ........... 1 00 .O e.' :opy, three n.nths .........t. 50 -BRte; of Advertising. Te,ai ,tes o I hi.s (trevieri t;t' or its., equic weaZt in .a.er 1typ, ci.hatitues O ;i A I:tAKE, FZI;NT IN'I:'ION, O.E DOLLAI. One sr1'tuarr .S8 Rti.$ 8 040 $14 00'$20. (0 Two Csqaares. 5.001 12.0. 20.001 30.00 T'ireesquares 6.50 1 .4K1, ` 00 40.c!0 Q r:r. cnl-a= 8.00i 18.001 31 t10 50 (00 11If column 12.00o 30.00 i.O00 75.01) W'+~!ecol'mtn 2).00 ,3.00I t5.00 100 00 ;, ,ard Advertisnments -(One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty ,Cents for each subseunent insertion. COVINGTON. LA.: ,ttnrday, December 4, 1880 Thefirst 'bus in America. Colnm bus.-Ex. The first Col. in Amer.a. Col umbus. The production of the "Passion Play,"...

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

THE ST. TAMMAu N Y 'FARPMI C~wviamtom. December 4, 1880 The Mall CO VINGTON TO 3BW OREA~M8 ARRIVE. DEPART. Tan K y..? . aday ... Thursday 7 . x Wednesday . 7 A. n. Saturday..10) P. , Friday . ... A. .. Our Agents, New Orleans-Johb A. Peyronu and S. SD. Xii. LOCAL ITEMS. No fresh beef in market yester .day morning. District Court will couvene in .Covington next Monday week, the 13th inst. The mnn changed last Wednes .day. Sorry we can't say as much for the weather. Sweet rains and sweet clouds and sweet mud, December's as pleasant as November. .Scarcely any receipts from the country this week, on account of impassable roads. The funeral of Mrs. Dolion, at Madisonville, last Wednesday, was vesy largely attended. General Mud still holds the fort. His "rain" is only noted for its continuous disagreeableness. The. st.R er New Camelia will arrive at Old Landing to-morrow, on her regular monthly excursion fro.r the city. There will be a public sale of property at the Courthouse to-day, by ...

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 December 1880

WEEDfS LT D Is3 A THOIU*H RBEEDY In every eae ,1t S)al.ral Forer or Fever san- Ague. while ion disorders of the Stamach. Torpidity of the Liver. Indi geation sad dAsturhbnces of the animal terees, which debilitates. it has no equivalent and can have no subltitute. It should not be confounded with tritu spted compounds of cheap spirits und essential oils, often sold under the us.me ef pitters. yro suA. at Drlists. Grocers and Wine Merchants o'erywhere. atuS ly Pass~rger Time Table. For la.devslle, Madeaomvlile O .Pa Old LLaudlag. Winter Arrangemeit THE UsPa BrSrATU Man.&r STr NEW CAMELIA WIrL Luavz nvrxr Nw LA=s E On arrival of the ears from the cormer of Canal and Carondelet streets: On TUES4Y. THURSDAY s4d SATURDAY, by 1 P. x. train, For Mjandeville, Lewisburg, Madi sonville and Old Landin* RrErunase : Lea q Old aunding on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FJIDAY, At 7 A. K. Fa. s Fp WAY ..............$1 EXCURSION. Fi at Sunday in each ,onth, lear ing West &jI4 on arrival of the S A. K...

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 December 1880

=f:f~tr ... Fat~re rL. . "The Remsuw. of Oofernmaea. Like tits Dews fraw. Issue s. hUm De... a d AL.ce the Rc k id the 1 oDr." VoL 6. C3YIJNTON. ST. T&X1&NY PARIEL LL.. SITURD&Y. DECEXBUR 11. 1880. NO. 47.. NEW ORLEANS CARD. ALL GOODS DELIVERED Free- of Charge, - IN Madisonville, Maudeville and Covington, -Dy MAX BEF' R &Co 8 Lvamual street, New Orleans, La. When you o to New Orlean. the frat plaeeto visit rs AX BEB & Ut ) They are right opposite wh :re .the Like cars stop, an a they deliver p tckages free . ehase to your home, ant sell all C4t ten, Plantation GUoo3.. etc.. at Itlanu aetLrers' Prisee, every ,ne +n the pwari.lh Mr. frumP them. Loos well an I see that y go to the right place. a. you can ave money bj buying gcoois from theua. W.rita for miples, an I comwqare then, .ith othersz as t.i.s wi; convince -ou Mjw eheap th y .ell at MAX BEER & CO., ........... '.nai street ...... 163 NEW ORLESNS. LA. J. TBOMSON & BROS., ISpaotes and Deales in arriae...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 December 1880

sTHE T. TAMMANY FARMER #oral Journalb the fJPrial 0 St. Tammuany, ISiED EVERY SATU:BDAY. J..L. SMJITH ... .,u"PA.a TuLre W. G. KE-TZEL...... Earo: And Iusiness iMam.ager. SCIGSCRItpTIO.V IA RAN' One Fpy, one year . ..........$2.e0 Uas eopy, six uaonth ........... 1 0o .e gjpy. three muouths .......... 50 COVIN(ITON. LA.: 5~M1pa v. s , Icei,.r 11, ss0o. .Spanish mous is beginning t. I ,ravwl North for Christmas decora- i t a. Counterfeit one thousand dollar United States Bowl.s ,re in cireu:a. The forked radish t-ro i unu unasaly good this yean'.--,rrt.a ,Courser. Two pylicenen were shut in N\e Orleans week. ywhile in the dis e arge of their duty -worki,,g to. glory &.d depr"ciated warran~. Wonder how many "nale inlhlt )tants" will have their persoui. property seid, to pati-fy tit ipecial school tax f o,,e dsiar? Coong as seumbied tahis ,ý.e'L Tjhe Democratic upIenubePta lIW"Kue. ed to business, and tIe Rcpunlii .cans oseeded go fitlibstef. RIt suit, nothing done. Union par isp, ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 December 1880

"THEBT. TAMMANY F.ARM] " Deeeseks cem UiI- b S; gions .otie. R1v. G. T. Vickers will preach in ltandeville on Sund..y, the 19t-h -inst. Pl.blie invited to attendl. LOCAL ITEMS. adjourned to meetL next Wedailw day evening, at thie sames place, at six o'doek. A full attenudnce is requested. The largest stock of toys at Seller's See Council proceedings, in .snother column. District .Court will convene .in 'ovington next Monda!y. Covington warrants are worth 100 cents on the dollar, and -there is money in .the ,trea~ur w. EI JAiu.-A- white ~'an, ho the paime of Situ .Wallia.w .aged auboul fifty years, is aiiutedin the . arilsh jail, chkaged with robbing the sto,re of Mr. P. Bonseibmeur, at Bayou laCombe. Boys' sunits, from 4 to 10 years. .at $3 to $4, at Keller'. Orvsre.--An oyster b at arrived at the wharf last Tihuruday morn ing, &ad there was much rejoicing ;thereat. We have been contend ag., for the past three months, that aCovioLna shon:d have, supply of these delicious bivalve...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 December 1880

13 A THO&OUG H REMEDY In every case of .A~l larial Fever or ieve; SI Ague, while for disorll4i of tlha lt mach. Torpi lity of the Liver. In li gosti n an i distnbancee of the aniua. oeas. .which d*.biitates. it has n., .eeivalent ant can hare no sib.titut-. It ahouldt Rot ie elnfonnded with tritu. rated ea mpoui ls of de tp spirits an.m esentijl oils, often so:d unJer the nam. qt Bitters. FOR SALE BY Druggists. Grocers and Wine Merchants everywhere. au28 ly Passenger Time Table 7or Masideville, 3ladi'ouville and Old Landing. Winter Arrangemlpt THE UWmnr 8vArts MA 9TAM NEW CAIELIA WILL LEAVE TKE NEw LAE E.D On arrival of the cars from the corne. of Canal and Carondelet streets: On TUESDAY. THURtSDAY and SATURDAY, by I P. x train, For.Mandeville, Lewi.burg, M3cdi. sonville and Oi; L.anling. Raypax.x. : Lravc Old Landing on MOND 1Y. WEDNEZDAY ,awl F13D iY, At 7 A. x. FAs EAca WAY.............. . EXCURSION. First Sunday in each mouth, lear ing WVest End on arrival of ti. 8 -. w. tra...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 December 1880

"The Blessigs of Government, Like tie Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." Vol. $. COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SA URDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1880. NO.48. NEW ORLEANS CARD:i. ALL GOODS DELIVERED Free of Charge, -IN .Madisonville, Mandeville and Covington, -BY JAX BEER&C o 190 Camal street, Neo Orleans, La. When yop go to New Orleans, the first place to viqit as Mb BEER & CO. They ,are right opposite where the Lake cars :stop, and as they deliver packages free ,of charge to your ho e, and sell all Cot tons, Plantation Goods, etc., at Mann facturers' Prices, every ope in the parish Sbuys from them. Look well and see that you go to the right place, as you can :save money by buying g-ods from them. Write for sampple., and compare them with others, as that -ill convince you how cheap they sell at MAX BEERA& CO., 163........... Canal street..........163 NEW ORLEANS, LA. au21 ly J. THOMSON & BROS., Importers and Dealers iP carriage and Wagou M...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 December 1880

/1i~t WT. TAMM3ANY FARMER B ial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. M.UED EVERY SATURDAY. '. . SITH ..........PROPIETOR .V. G. KENTZEL ........ EDITOR And Business Manager. .'U.~,'(Itl'CI TION IRA TES 4.e oop. py oe y....ar...............$2 00 * r .;)y,, irx months. ........... 1 00 t/ao e,''py, three months..... ....... 50 P.ates of advertising. ea iisas f ta.fhix (Brevirs) type or il eqtuiv iaeuLa i ari~er type, coustitatcs a sqgrre. 0.s sq.tULF, FItST INSERTION, ONE -OLLAR 4nse sqgtarg..4 3.009$ 8 001514.0$20.00 Twn e ,lar. . 5.0i 12 .0 oi 20 0 30.00 Threa.arc 6.5-I 15.00 26 o00 40.00 Q n. ,lunimp 8.0;t 18.o00 30.00 50 00 Half n`"lnrhn 1.0x1 3).00; 50 75.00 75.00 ,Wh. leol'm mi3.0o1 50.001 75.00110 00.0 Le;. d44vertismetts-One Dollar per .are' frimthe'llrv.t insertion, and Fifty ,Cg.Oti for each subsequent insertion. COVINGTON. LA. : $aturday, December 18, 180. A tn of bagass will make one Aalf its weight in 64 cent brown Capt. Eads proposed ship railroad aeross the Isthmus of ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 December 1880

-THE ST. TAMMANY F AIER Cviastom, Deceambr 1,-i ! LOCAL ITEMS. 1'he loy .l subjeets of .t.g~te are requested to meet at the Court house next Wedneeday evening, at seven o'clock. Business of. import ance will be transacted A full at .tendance is requested. -More rain this week. --See advertisement of Mr. Phillip dlzel, ei"Notice to Rice Planters." " i -.L. are now selling here at thirty cents per dozen. -A gentleman presented us, one ,day last week, with some large, ripe baapnas, raised in ,Corinton. -Our sanctum was pleasantly invaded this week by Judge Dun "ean, of Amite City, and Hon. Max :Aoasin, of Bonfouca. -Our town was full of strangers .bis week, attending court. There were judges, lawyers, litigants, wit pesese, jurymen, spectators, etc. l.verthing passed off quietly. -The absence of a well in the Courthouse yard was a source of great inconvenience during the sessions of the District Court this week. This matter will doubtless be remedied ,a the next meeting of the Poliee J...

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 December 1880

" / 13 A TALO~aH O REMEDY 'in C :y a.-t,,- ot 1.lt.tria! Fever or Fever an I A".' 1 while fu: i. tijdtir-l of the .3.".tnt .t, forpility of tite Liver. hvdi " e tndi qlzutrrhi'!:(s cf the a'ni-ial .Oe.i. f..ich dtijiAltes, it has no M d:.~lti .aa1I e'ati zOtt e ano .-.RI)titaate. It .a.. iii noit be ronfaixinded with tritu .tt ie a ºto .Ona ds of eheaap spirits anl ,t jqata l .atls, ofteza soid under the 'ame s.f battt: r.. FOR SALE BY D~nar;!"", G;rocers and Wine Merchants eve.. where. - aun2 ly Passenger Time Table. Por M3audeville, Madisonville and Old Lranding. Winter Arrangemeit. THE ULtzria SaTrEw 31..;. STEA.r. NEW CAIIELIA Wi:L.i LEAVE THBEEW LASE END an arri-val of the cars from the cornea it Car :l and Carondclet streets: Oa TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY, by 1 P. x. train, For Mandeville. Lewisburg, Madi sonville and 01d Landing. rvETURI.G : Leares Old Landing on MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, At 7 A. M. FATE EAcu WA.................$1 EXCURSION. First Sunday in each month...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 December 1880

i., Tammay Farag e. '"Jhe Bleaings f Government, Like the Dews from Heaesn, Shoald Descend Alike upon the licr sal te Peoor." VoL. TON. . 4OVIN . ST. TARIANY PARIS, bSATURDAY. DECEMBER 25.1880.. 1N,:4 AUNT CROWNE. SaInTM frfAs STORY. Springfield Republican. The old Crowne place on the hill was a slim, gaunt gray house. Mrs. Crowne,who lived in it much of the time alone, wa slim, gaunt and gray, too. She was looking very severe and very straight in her slippery, horse-hair chair, one December afternoon. The minibter and his wife had been asking help in getting up the Christmas festivi ties at the church. "Nephew," said Mrs. Crowne, for the' minister's wife was her grand-niece, "Christmas is nonsense. I don't believe in it. But if you want money here's a dollar; take it end throw it away, for all I care. Only don't eaom near me with my talk about your earryings on, and don't ask me to your tree. As I said before, Idon't believein Christ nas; I shan't keep Christmas; I don't want to he...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 December 1880

CR ST. TAMMANY FARMER ,. . SMITH ..,Pmoreansuo •'. 4G KENTZEL ........ Enwa gu mst.mei s Mamaer,. IThe Colonel's in town .gain. ogeis to pnad Chaint pas. Ai that funny discussion of the landing bill, there ws ~pose "fon" " j bth ngitade in Irland is on "'e increase. England is aming~. a.we troops there every day. 'bTereia sermon in wewything." Ve see proof of this every day. .lwe is only one inmate ef Colfs jal a b is a negro preacber. i).iAd, Mayor of Hot Springs, A~iaem, ' w lamsassinated last T'amlsy night by some unknown a4- appointment of ..udge FoodS of Alabah a, to the Supreme fecth, has been om$nmie4 by the Conrow S rT4 .-4Tbh follow nag tahte aboes the sgoent of cot tob dshippgd biCovington to date: Bale.. 0imaee Spt, 1, 1 W80..........1808 yte last year ..........117.5 etosal etr ..............190 TIke Col Flesat is the name of pew paper ajut started in Bas trep, Morehouse priah, by C. C. T'atan and G. R, Uia. It is a ges DurajmL-eiglh column paper, well Mi with interestin...

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. — 25 December 1880

TEE ST. TAMMANY FARMER -'vi&sU s. Deceamber . i2iio 4labi tg Arrangemen-t. We will send the New Orleans WRUE.. _ Y DEfMOCRAT and the S. Tammany FARMERd to any addresm, one year, .for" - S, free of postage. Subscriptions .eut be paid huarial iy edoawes. 11ligious Natin. Rev. G. T. Vickers will preseh in the Methodist Chbueh, Covington, ;o-morrow, at the usual hours. The ga.ie are cordially invited to at ilso, in Maxe.eilae, on the ifrst .Sunaday in January, 1881. LOCAL ITEMS. NO PAPER Next Week. In order to give the seventy-five employees of the Fe.sis an oppor mtuity4.O enjoy the belidays, there will be no paper issued from this .oe0e ext .Saturda~. We take this ocmasion, therefore, to wish all our .eaders "A Merry Christmas and a Ha y 'New ear." -Astion sale, Monday, January ,1881, by Richard Long. See advertisement. -Reed's (Gilt Edge Tonic cares Dyspepesia. -Capt. F. M. Pippo, of Jkhe ntaunch and reliable schooner Pippo, presented us last Sunday with a fine lot of fresh crabs...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 December 1880

i3 A T ROUGH REMEDY every case of Malarial Fever or Fever ,I i AgUe. while for disorders of the unrmnbw Tgrpidity qf tle Liver, Indi gestion ai d t" rel. es of the animal norces. whie oebilitates, it has no p l.}yalent and can have no substitute. - srahnld not be confounded with tritu rateud comirounds of cheap spirits and pasential oils, often sold under the name pf ºtters. FOR SALE BY Druggists. Grocers and Wine Merchants fblrywhmre. a.sn ly Passngoer Tice Table. F'ir,, :mv le, Mad M amville * and Old Landing. Winter Arrangement. Ususn StAus MarI . tanau NEW CAMELIA W ..z. LrvI TNP NBw LAKE EWD On iarsyi. f th care from the corner o Va~l an4 C ardelet streets: On TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY, by 1 P. x. train, For'Mandeville, Lewisburg, Madi sonville and Old Landing. Ilaves Old Landing on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, At 7 AT. t. FAsu Escu WAY ..............$1 EXCURtSION, Ti t Sunday in each month, lear ing West End on arrival of the A. -. train. etuarrning. leaves Old Landing a...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 January 1881

"The Blesming of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Deend Alike upon the Rich and tý Poor." VoL 6. COVINGTON. ST. TAIEANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JANUARY 8. 1881. NO. 50. THIE Sl. TA.I1ftLNY FARMER J. E. SMITH ....... PoPRIETOR W. G. KENTZEL...... ErITOR And Busimess Manager. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SAM'L R. WALKER, ATTORNEY AND COUNLM.O AT LAW COVINGTON, LA. * Practices in U. S. Circuit and District Courts, New Orleans. ..JOHN WADSWORTH, ArroaNsr & Coc..s.Lor. AT LAw. :'" Yaakliutat I. Will practies i the Eighteenth J. 1 VDistvlia i fe imI at the c ak' ofce, Is Cv .tu La., from the Uith to the last each calendar SR. E. .R. EANIXZPR, ... . ~L'rS OF NEW ORLEANs, "'te his professional services to the people of St. Tammany parishl and euruouli 'r))4tiry. br. . F. CHAMBERS. OFFICE ~ Tr DooR To INGRAX'S CORNEB Corkagton, La. 1)R. C. FAGET, A graduate of the Paris and New Or jeans Medical Colleges, ofers his pro fessional services to the residents of this parish. - Apply at J. C...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 January 1881

TR.1 ST. TAMMY FARMER J. Ia SMITH ... .. Psaowro W. G. KENTEL ..... ..Erro Ame B.aeeiess Mamager. Oodtal JornMl of the Parish of St. Tammany. [L8UkD EVERY SATURDAY. S'UBSCRIPTION RATES us. copy, one year ..... .......i 0 On .o'py, six mo.ths. ........... 1 00 Oe copy, three months........... 50 Rates of Advertising. 7a fltss ofhise (Brevier) tp*e or its eguia elat is lerg tpge, awsutiutes a aguare. 9 a m Oes equAns, prast rIsiraONe, oxx DOw-m .. P One square..: 3.00 $ 8.00 $14.00 20.00 Two squares. 5.00 12.00 90. 30.00 Threesqumres 6.50 15.00 00] 40.00 Qaar. eolumn 8.00 18.00 30.00 5000 HRlf column 12.00 30.00 50.0 75.00 Whole ol'man 0.00 50.00 75 00100.00 Legal Advertismenta-One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. COVINGTON. LA. : Saturdar Jamuary 8, 1881. The debt of New Orleans is 2U~000,000 The sugar erop will be larger this season than it has been far twenty The man who is suddenly stricken blind, leads an ex-sighting life t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 January 1881

!HEST. TAMMANY FARMER Ceygmgt.. 'Jamuary 8. 1681. The Mails ' O, VIO uTON ITO NEW ORLEANS A&niUv. F. D3PAfT. 'l d..1p. . I Monda .... 7 A.u hmursamy 7 P. N Wednesday.. 7 A. x. trdsy..1O. I Friday .. ..7 A. ,PiRL RIVER 70 PEARLIVGTON. Leaves Pearl River Thursday, at 8 A. N. Arrives at Pearlington by 11 . . Leaven Pearlington Thursday. at 1 P. i. Arrives at Pearl River by 4P. . PEARL RIVER TO COVINGTON. Leaves Pearl River Monday, at 6 A. N. Arrives at Covington on Tuesday, by 9A. N. Leaves Covington on Tuesday, at 9~0 A. L. Arrives at Pearl River Wednes day, by 9 A. M. PEARL kEIVCR TO RIGOLETS. Leaves Pearl River Saturday. at 9:30 a. . Arrives atRioleta by 130 . x. Leaves Rigolets.Saturday, at 2 ,. x. Arrives at Pearl River by 6 P. N. COVINGTON AND SHADY GROVE Arrives at Covington from Shady Grove on Tuesday, at 8 e. m. Leaves Covington for Shady Grove Wednesday, at 7 A. . Corvro¶ow A, TArcraaQcau. Arrives atCovington, Tuesday,.at 6 P. K. Leaves Wednesday, at 7 A. m. CoVINoTON Arn...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 January 1881

ILT EDG HIO II A TRO3iOUGH REMEDY In every case ofi A tºarial Fevwr or Fever no I Ague. Vhilk ft1r dis~oret.. of the Ltumach. TorTidity of the Liver, Indi getion ad'ctisturbances of the animal tqsres. which debilitates, it lhas no yalivenat saLd cým have no substitute. Id shoald not be confoended with tritn rated compounds of chebp spirits and sieeuntil oils, often sold under the name of Bitters. 7O SALE BY prnggists, Growers sad Wine Merchants *ogywlere. auS ly Passenger Time Table for Mandevillel Madi.onville and Old Landln. Winter Arraugement. Umras Svara MaLn. Sm~aM NEW CAMELIA Wu~ La Inar Nw L.&a sE On arrival of the ears from the corner of Caeml and Carondelet streets: On TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SAT..RDAY, by 1 :. x. train, For;)iadeville, Lewisburg, Madi ounville and Old Landing. Leaves Old Landing on MONDAY, WEDYIESDAY and FRIDAY, At 7 A. x. an. Eumn WT ...............$1 EXCURSION. First Sunday in each month, lear Sing West End on arrival of the 8 A, N. train. Returning, l...

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