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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 April 1881

TA*MAN% FARMER ... April .. bin; Arrangenment. *Ut send the New Orleas WE1 E DEMOCRA&I the St. Taunmany a beantily Justrated and Dr. Kendall's 'reatise on be, o ar y addres, ione ear for be said h Lia aedsaes. s 'X " Tyails. r". *VºI GTON TO NEW )rZE*3B SýP. I Monday ... 7 .. x. y. 7. Wedesday.. 7i. N. ..10 . Friday .7 ..m.. . +--.d'J Gilt Edge Tonic restores &S "petite. 'Bone Due.! Bone Dueat For Beed's Gilt Edge Toni ,paesest FOR BENT. The large dwelling hbuee, on the m.oeraoft Florida nd Boston streets, iOi as door to the Fuaxe office. Alm, tho. mall building on Co la mbis street, formerly occupied as Sdrag store. Suitable for an office. Also a met eottag, near the atone sriage, adjoining-the residence of Dr. Randolph. Apply to J. E. Suar. Covington La. , "e t a e 'The amtiionr lo'omotiwe workse, Ia Philadelphia, Pa., -have just received an order from Mexico for I two hundred locomatives. They will eat $1,500,000. The Grest American Dead-lock till holds its owa in the Sen...

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. — 23 April 1881

ST. TAIMANY PA=-IS.L ITS LOCATION - HEALTH - PRODUCTS-M-IA NUF AC-t TURING AND AGRI CULTURAL AD VANTAGES, ETC. St. Tammany parish is loested twenty-two miles north of New Or leans. Corington;, the c'u:ny site. is ten miles f(arth r north. i:t- the interior, and ' .l!i. tfuJ.y i.c;te on the Bogue Fa'in.. 1.11IG 1" ANTs. with a sm.ail amount of e.:.i4al ant a fair supply of indlustry atud perse verance, cannot posiblly (io better than locate in our parish. Tih cli mate is as tine as any in the world. The winters are generally imild, :ati snow rarely falls. Spriang cpean early in February, with bloss,.-on on the peach and quince tbees, and vegetation comes rapidly forward. The heat of aneuoer is moderlate. and the unfailing breezes of the evening refresh man and beast after the labors of the day. THE SOIL is very productive, and adwirably adapted for raising sUger cape, cot ton, oats, corn. rice, peamnuts, etc. The vine is indigenous, and ve.r2h bears large harvests of deiitiona' fruit...

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. — 30 April 1881

!+s ~rmma ~ -Farm r "The Blesin of Government, rike th Dews from Heaven, Sould Deeend Alike upon the Riceh nd the Peer." VoL 7. COVINGTON. ST. TArIAJY PARISB, LA., SATURDAY. APRIL 30. 1881. NO. 14. PROFrSSIONAL CABRDS. toIu W. ADasLO. 3OLIVAR EDWARD5. ADDISON & EDWARDS Attorneys at Law, AMITE CITY................LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi- 1 psios, Washington, St. Teamuany, St. Helen sand Livingston ap2 ly BAM'L R. WALKER, ATTOaNEr AND ComNsELO AT Law. COVINGTON, LA. Practices in i . Circuit and Distriet Courts. New Orleans. JOHN WADSWORTH, ATTORen & Cou.,sL0on AT LAW. Franklintea, la. Will praetice in the Eighteenth Ju dicias District. Will be found at the Clerk's oece, in Covington, La., from t.M 20th to the last of each calendar niath. mh6 DR,. E. R. RANDOLPH, LATE or NEw OrLEAs., Tenders his professional services to the people f St. Tammany parish and eurrounding country. Dr. J. P. CHAMBERS, OFFICE NuET Dooa To INwGax's CoaRnE C.wiugtem. La. DR. C. FAGET....

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 April 1881

THE ST. TAM~1ANV FARMER 01ojual Journal of tie Parisc of St. Tammany. .J. E. SIITH ........ Paornzrro W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDITrro And Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES .)a ocopy, one year...............$2 0o , Jase copy, six months. ........... ., 0 .MJe copy, three months.......... .50 Rates of Advertising. T2. Ites of this (Brevier) type or its equiv sett in larger type, conslitutes a square. .lr5 s5qualz. FIRsT -Su5Trron, o.z DOLLaR one square..S 3.00 8 00 $14.00..0.00 Tw esquares. 5.00 12.001 20.00; 30.00 Tuhreesquares 6.50 15.00 25 00 44).00 Quar. column 8.00 18.00 30 00 50 00 nalf column 12.00 30.001 50.00 75.00 WLolecol'mn 20 00 50.00 75 00 100.00 Legal AdvertismentS-O-ne Dollar per lquare for the first insertion, and Fifty .Cents for each subseunent insertion. COVINGTON. LA.: Saturday, April 30, 1881. The murderers of the Czar of Russia were hung on Good Friday. It is propose~ 4o reorganize the State Grange of Patrons of Hus bandry in Louisiana. Jona is pleased with ou...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 April 1881

!! . TAMNAXY FARMEB a-te. A . ri o. i1 - Ibbing Arrsngement. e wll send the New Orleans WEEK DEMOCRAT the St. Tammany , a beautifully illustrated ie, and Dr. Kendall's Treatise on 'imse, to any address, one year, foi - 5, free of postage. Sabscriptiona be paid inwariab.1 in advanee. The a rMl. O:VIXTO2( TO E' W ORLE.ZS ARRIVE. I DEPART. sy.. P. x Monday .... 7 A. X .u-rsday 7 P. x Wednesday.. 7 A. . trday..10 P. M, Friday .......7 A. . Bigipous Notice. Rev. G. T. Vickers will preach in the German Church, at the German Settlement, on the second Sunday in May, at 11 o'ciock . x. The Second Quarterly meeting - will be held in Covington,including the second Sunday in June. All the official members of the Circuit are particulrly requested to attend. Corrox bruAuTTrr.-The follow ing table shows the amount of cot ton shipped from Covingten to date: Bales. Since Sept. 1, 1880..........2164 Same time lbst year .......... 2084 Total lt year .............. . 2190 -=Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic resto...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 April 1881

ST. TAXNANY PAISH. Ti'S LOCATION - JIEATTH - ,PRODUCTS--I AN.UFAC TURING AND AGRI CULTURAJl AD VANTAGES, ETC. St. Tammany parish is located t -venty-two miles north of New ,Or W;ans. .Covingtor., the .eqCty site, 4i- ten .miles further north, in the )uterior, and is delightfully lqcated .,in the Hogue Falia. J3II(iRANTS, with a small amount of capital and fair Ispply of industry and perse ,.*.rance, cannot possibly do better :.han IQcate in our parish. The cli .uate is as 6pe as any in the world. The wi.Tters are generally 1,ild, and ..now rarely falls. Spring opens ..-Irly in February, with blossctms ,,au the peach and quince trees, and ,'getation .comes rapi~yv forward. ",'be heat of summer is moderate, .erd the unfailing breezes of the ,ý.vening refresh man and beast after the labors of the day. THE .SOiJL is very prodpctive, and admirably adapted for ;bairing sugar cane, cot ton, oats, c.qrp. rice, peanuts, etc. The vine is indigenous, and yearly hears large harvests of deliciou...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 May 1881

Tthe APlm iw of Governm*ea t Like the Dews fret Heaven, Soha eoa" Alike upmn the ~ih and the Foeer.' VoL. . COVINGTON. ST. TAIAIIT PA3ISI, LA., BAL.DLT. MAY 7. 1881. 1.15. ."s . . . -'- .i " -. . ,_ - 5 I l I i IN l ld I I I .I l l l - . .. . = . _. . . . PROFESSIONALJ CARDS. JOx w. A&P$.is. BCj.LLVA EDWlaDS. ADDISON &ED WARDS Attorneyp at Law, AI[rTE AXTY................LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi. ,per, Washington, St. Tammany, St Reenas and Livingston. apo ly NAE'L R. WALKER. Arromur r Ax Oou,.stcrn, ir Law. COYINUTON, LA. Pr.etices in U. . C rcait and District r~uarts Newo Orlesp.s. JOelR WADSWQOTH, ATTrosRE & Cotr.s.aLo A' LAw. Frsnkliattn, La. Will practice in the Eightesnth J, .dieial Di.trict. Wi11 be found at the Clerk's otiice, is Covington. La., -from the 20th to .the last of each calendar plnbath. mhG DR. E. R. RANDOLPH, LAT or F~Ew OItLEAS, Tenders his professional services to *the people of At. Tauammany parisr. and .urrounding Tuntrry. Dr. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 May 1881

THE ST TAMMLANY F.AIZifFL OGalal Journal of the Parish of 8t. Tammany. J. E. 8MITH ........ Paorpmron W. G. KENTZEL ........ Enrro_ Aid Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year...............s$2 00 One copy. six months. .......... 100 One copy, three months........... 50 COVINGTON. LA. : Saturday, nMa 7, 188L We are now enjoying the bless ings of a daily maiL Fish are very plentiful this year in the rivers of St Tammany. The Fammza returns thanks for a delightful serenade last Wednesday night CoL Amos Collins, of Carrollton, honored the FARiER with a visit last Sunday. This is a good month for May parties, although there has been none in this vicinity so far. We received, this week, from the publishers of the Omaha Bee, a handsome photo-lithograph of the city of Omaha. Mr. A. C. Dickson, one of the most enterprising and successful young sugar planters in St. Tam many parish, was in town last Monday. Young "Dit," the "epidemic," is "on his pegs" again, and is fast reco...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 May 1881

SR ST. TAXMMAY FARMER S- cvi, m., ay 7. 1811. ilubbing Arrangement. We will send the New Orleans WEEK Yr DEMOCRAT the St. Tammany EARMER, a beautifully illustrated s and Dr. Kendall's Treatise on the Horse, to any address, one year, for S2, free of postaga BSubscriptions Fabst be said ihwiasr la edesavc. iCorroa ~rTArnwsrr.--The follow 1mg table shows the amount of cot shipped from Covington to date: Bales. Minee Sept 1, 1880..........2180 -;dame time last year.........2110 Total lsat year.............. 2190 -Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic restores 4be appetite. Bone Dust ! Bone Dust! For l lel by J. . Smith. S-BReed's Gilt Edge Tonic prevents FOR RENT. The large dwelling house, on the e acrner of Florida and Boston streets, a.est doer to the FARMER office. Also, the small building on Co .: mbia street, formerly occupied as .a drug store. Suitable for an office. J. E. SrraT, Covington La. -Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Dyspepsia. . -Beed's Gilt Edge Tonie oures Fever & Ague. nmmm mm m PR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 May 1881

ST. TAIKANY PARISH. 1 :TS LOCATION - HEALTfI- I PRODUCT--MAN.UFAC TURING AND AGR4- i CULTUBAL AD VANTAGES, ETC. . St. Tammany pariih is located I twenty-two miles north of New ,Or leans. Coringttu:, the county site, is ten miles further north, in the interior, ulnd is delightful.y located on the .,gne Falia. 1DIMIGQ ,AN TS. with a small anooiit.i -e.,t~ital and a fair supply of idl..tyy l;ta ! p"r. yerauce. cannot po.siiy :do bettr than lcVate .in our 1): .a-il. . j'h:. i mate is as ~ue Us any il the w cr:i. The winterls are generl:tiiy hni1 , :tll snow rarely filN. pij m o peun ,early in Februar y, a it! bholstrw on the peach and quince trees, a:d] vegetation comes raj idly forward. The bent of summer is .,:o.deate, and the u.failing breezes of thl evening refresh ui.m and beast afte the labors of the da.. THE SOIL is very productive, and acniirabl] adapted for rai;iug rsugtr cane, cot ton, oats, cgra, rice, penlants, etc. The vine is indigenous, rnt el rlon bears large harvests of...

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 May 1881

"Tbe Bleugs of GovernUmet, Like the Dews from Heaves, Shoalnd Deoend Alike spna the ie saad the ]eer." VoL 7. COVINGTON. ST. TAIMANY PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY. MAY 14. 1881. 10 16. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .ORu W. ADDISON. OLIVAR EDWARDS. I ADDISON & EDWARDS S Attorneys at Law, SAMITrrE CITr ................LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi pmaos, Washington, St. Tammany, St. Helena and Livingston. ap2 ly I 4SAWL R. WALKER, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LiW. COVINGTON, LA. Practices in U. S. Cienuit and District Courts. New Orleans. SJOHN WADSWORTH, ATTroE & COU.sarLOR AT LAw. Frankliaton, La. Will practice in the Eighteenth Jn. dieial District. Will be found at the Clerk's ofce, in Covington, La., from the 20th to the last of each calendar month. mh6 DR. E. R. RANDOLPH, LATE or NEW OIEAN.-s, Tenders his professional services to the people of St. Tammany pariael and surrounding country. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS. OFFICE NEXT Doon To IsenGAM's CORNE. Covdi tm. La. i DR. C. FAGET, A grad...

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 May 1881

THE ST TAMbA.Ny FARWER OMoial Journal of the Parish of St. Taumany. J. E. SMITH ....... Paoram'oa W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDIOR And B sitess Mainaer. SUBSCRIPTION RA TES ')ae copy, one year. ...........$200 kme copy, six months. .......... 100 Oah copy, three months........... 50 S-- --_ ill COVINGTON. LA.: Saturday, May 14, 1881 Blackberries are getting black. The Colonel will probably arrive to-night Hon. T. C. W. Ellis was in town this week. A number of contributions are crowded out this week. Fresh honey is selling in Coving ton at ten cents per pound. A moderate shower of rain is badly needed at present. Very little wool has arrived in Covington so far this season. It is i selling at 20f21c. The Joyner House, in Covington, is now ready for the reception of guests. See adversisement. The shipments of cotton from Covington this yea;, up to date, i exceed those of last year by 1 bale. We learn that Mr. J. C Matthieu, a who resided a few miles from Cov- 5 ington, died in New Orleans...

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 May 1881

T'lbrre Mrs, one house sad lot, of Spring, Covington, 50 ots. A Mrs, lota four, five and improvements, in square Mandeville, six dollars. John C, on lot, corner of Carroll streets, in square twenty Samalevillo, S6 75. A widow, twenty acres laud improvements. between the Pont and Abits creeks, $1 50. ielsea David A, 120 acres of land, atef northeast quarter of section township ten, range fteen east, uein lean Pal squares 118 and 139, he town of Mandeville, comprised Jackson. (lansel, Florida and streets, three dollars. I mlas M G Mrs, square No. 180. com between Atelan, Jackson, Carolina Macmary streets, town of Mande 1 50. ENeoby F W, *outheast quarter of west quarter, sad east quartes of west quarter. of section eleven, p eight, range fourteen east. $. .Bas M Mary lr, 350 acres land on River, 95. vans tgarette, one acre land on IJaeomb, 1 30. hards D, 320 acres land on the hefulncta river, 1 90. ' aib Luke, a parcel of land and im eats, in township four, section -three, rangethirte...

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 May 1881

*T. TAXEANY PAi8SH. ITS LOCATION - HEALIH. PRODUtES--M AN UF .it.: TURING AND AGRI CULTURAL AD -VANTAGES, ETC. St. Tammany parish is located twentv.two miles north of New Or leans. Covington, the county site, is ten miles further north, in the interior, and a~ delightftlny located na-the Bogue F:lia. IMMIGRANTS, with a small amuount of eapital andt a fair supply of industry and perse rerance. canot possibly do better than locate in our parish. The cli mate in as line as any in the world. The winters are generally niill, and snow rarely falls. Spring open-i early in February. nit I blossonn, on the peach and quince trees, and' vegetation comes rapidly forward. The heat of summer is moderate. and the uuf iling breezes of the evening refresh m.au and beast aftei the labors of the day. THE SOIL is very produotise, and zadmirabl. adapted for raising s::ga; ,t:*e, cot ton, oats, corn, ice, peannts, etc. The vine is indigenous, and , oirl bears large harveats of deiicioui:: fruit. Oranges....

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 May 1881

" Iu Siems of GO et, Like ta Dews from eaive, Sould Deseee Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VoL 7. COVINGTON. ST. TAI[ANY PARISH, Lk., SATURDAY. MAY 21. 1881. NO 17. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. sJON W. ADDISoN. BOLIVAR IDWAnDs. ADDISON & EDWARDS Attorneys at Law, MAlTC CITY................LA. Will practies in the parishes of Tangi ,- a Wshington, St. Tammany, St. 891 e sad Livingston. apS ly S'b L R. WALkR, ý nom w AND CouNsELos AT LAwI COVINOTON, LA. Psatliees in U. S. Cirsuit sad District Coarts, New Orleans. JOHN WADSWORTH, A-' roaTr & COU'.sE.roa AT LAw. Freakliaton, Ls. Will practice in the Eighteenth Ju dicial Distriet. Will be found at the Clerk's once, in Corington, La., from the 20th to the last of each calendar month. mh6 DR. E. R. RANDOLPH, LAra or Nwr Oa.JLSas, Tonders his professional services to the people of St. Tasamaay parial and earrounding country. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS. OFFICE Nnar Doon To INsoGt's CORNur Cevilgtom, La. DR. C. FAGET, A graduate of the Paris and Ne...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 May 1881

"I6 E ST TAM3DANY FARMER tifcial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. J. E. SMITH ....... PROPreon W. G. KENTZEL.......EDITOR And Business Manager. SUJBSURIPTION RATES O)ne copy, one year.... .........$..2 00 One copy, six iaouths. ........... 1 00 One copy, three months........... 50 COVINGTON. LA. : Saturdayr May 21, 1881. The two off 'ans--Conkling and ]Platt Sheriffs sales at the Courthouse to-day. Figs, grapes, peaches and plums ,are looking well, Election tickets printed at the FARMER office, low for lucre. "Hold the Fort" is said to he a avorite hymn of Par~on Larficld's. We learn that a mule and bpggy went overboard from the dat at the free ferry yesterday. Two weeks ago it was Senator Conkling. Now its "Conky." How the lofty has tumbled. A m3sterious fatal disease has appeared in Atlanta, Ga. It threat ens to become epidemic. Capt. Cole Denham, the pirate of Lake Pontchartrain, has been tried and found guilty of burglary. The more I atrove sgainst his power, I felt his mig...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 May 1881

Set la Torre Mrs one houte and lot, Division of 8pring, Covingtou, 0 eta. p. Derbin L A Mrs. lets our, five and with improvements, in square ty-one, Mandevjlle, ix dollara. Dorel John C, one lbt, corner of Carroll e fferson streets, in square twenty ixMandeville, $6 75. S nncan A widow, twenty acres land improvements, between the Pont .3hatolowa and Abita creeks, $1 50. D~- aielson Darid A, 190 seres of land, lest half of northeast quarter of section ~tear, township tea, range ifeen east, Dulion Jean Panl, square 18 and 139, nlthe town of Mandeville, comprised t-ltween Jackson, Cau.sel, Florida and . Amierica streets, three dollars. Da nas M G Mrs, square No. 180. com ý ised between ktelan, Jackson, Carolina and Macmary streets, town of Mande - mle, 150. Eichoby P W, southeast quarter of southwest,quarter, and east quarter of southwest quarter, of section eleven, 4township eight, range fourteen east, Sl. Evans Mary Mrs, 320 acres land on Pearl River, 2 25. Evans Margarette, one sere...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 May 1881

ST. TAXIANY PARISH. ITS LOCATION - JiE LTl - PRODU c:Ts-1M.1xT i'U. " TURIG; AND Atili CULTURAL AD ETC. St. Tammany p}riah is loel.ted tweaty-two mile;s. north of New Or leanrs. Cotilrgt.L, the county site. i. ten miles farthr north,. in the interior, antd ry deliihtful.y locaten on ths B.guc Falia, .IIGIiGRANTS, with a small :uuount of c.pital an". a fair supply of industry nlnd persc vera.1o, mannot possibly do betta-r thja. latots in our parish. The ,li mate is as line as any in the world. The winteru are gener.Jly mild, and anow rarely falls. Spring openr early in February, with blosscmyn on the peaeh and quince trees, and vegetation somes rapidly forward. The heat of summer is moderate. and the unfailing breezes of the evening refresh mmn and beast after the labors of the day. THE SOIL, is wry productive, and adrairablyl adapted for raising sugar cane, cot ton, oats, corn, rice. peanuts, etc. The vine is indigenous, and vearlh bears large harvests of delicious fruit. Oranges, p...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 May 1881

"'the Beings of G Owrnmelt, Like te Dews from Bvary, ShualI Desend Alike upon the Rich sad the Poor." Vol. T. COVINGTON. ST. TAE IANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. MAY 28. 1881. NO. 18. 4iE W. ADDISON. BOLIVAR EDWARDS. ii 4 DDISON & EDWARDS fi Attornaey at Law, AMITE CITY ..........L... . LA. S' ill practice in the parishes of Tangi ea, Washington, St. Tammany, St. ana and Livingston. ap2 ly R. E. R. RANDOLPH, i ~ rla. or NEW OBLEANs, Tenders his professional services to people of St. Tam.mpy parish and a country. .J.F. C9A4 fMBRERS, OEFIC8 .N=z Doon TO INGRAu's CoQRnwn e Cevisgtes, Lao. DR. C FAGET. a A graduate of ,tie Paris and New :Or- a fess Medical Celleges, offer his pro-L feesional services to the residents of this 0 p h. Apply atJ,T. Cahier's store, Cov "ington, Aa. de18 3m -~r nest is Cheapest. .tF. H. KNAPP & SON, k Dental Surgeons, No. 1i BABONNE STREET, Omwn iwI }oiina STORE, New Orlea*e, 1U. )pRICE8 GREATLY REDUCED. Dr. F. H. Knapp's experience of forty ph years rende...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 May 1881

S 8T TALMMANY FARMIER iesmurday, May r2$, 18Il. J. E. SMITH ... ...Pnorar'on W.G. KENTZEL ........ Erro District Court prueeediugs Lrext .week. The key that opened the dead Ick---Conkpy. Cook., when a boy, to school did go, ' Gile Garield drove a male; lat ;ow poor Conkey's cake is all dough, Aa Giar¢ld co.tinues to rule- The roost Ron. C. H. H. mer, Mayor of Bommit, Miss., has been visiting his delative and Sriends in Cuvington a.ring the past week. Mr. Milton I urns. of Chubby Hil: hiatation, informs as that crops are looking very well in his neigh barbhod, and they are not particn lbrly in need of rain atpresent. Another large hotel will soon be built at Abita Springs. Mr. John Jay, one of our leading mill men, ;ha. received a contract for 100,030 set of i mber to build jt. The Tell known Morgan plae. pn the Bogue Falia, ahout one mile below Covington, will be sold at publie auction to-day, at the St. Charles Auotion Exchange, in New Orlease. We have had several fnse showers of r...

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