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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 May 1881

_ Torre . M senae house and lot, - biL IA o Itba foun, al ani John C-ane lot, earner of Carroll eewasoa Dtretra is geuare tweasy. I th. Mandevills i. pi aesa . A widow, twer , Floria ,sa prov betweent beteeen the Pont Sa atc.l unad Abitr rtow o, 1 nJde ini at qkLrs , .i lA) aures of adr o ' ir- .b 6al of northerf quarter of section .township ten. rangef fteen east, KDlion Jean . ac, . qaree 1o18 an I139, the town of owlap follur, oe4prise mrtween Jackson. Clpaie eFlorida, and serlca streets, thre-dollars , suss M Gs ee sq uare NQ. 183. pOw. S i w J eighty t relan, Jacksonuth Caolia Maemary testrts, town of Mande S. ihob J thwe southest quaarter of qeathwe s urse, as I east quarter of -ganthwest wnter, of sootion eleven. Sewaship a range thrbreen east .. Mans luasýw44 330 acres land on nEvas . aL cu eh, one sand lao .ron $aion La boombe. 1 31 J the Lake, a pareet of land and i im nprt M s. townsship L rsin, onectio -nt lots frontiage thirteen east 8 70. FserJ. egty acres land on auth...

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. — 28 May 1881

8t. TAKEANY PARISH. ;:'- LOCATION - HEALTH- PRODUCTS--MANU FAC TURIlG AND AGRI CULTURAL AD VANTAGES, ETC. ,tai Tampany parish is located "unty-two miles north of New .Or '"a'8a. Covington, the county site, ten miles further north, in the .)terior, and is delightfully located *,oa the Bogue Falia. IMMIGRANTý, with a small amount of capital and :a fir supply of industry and perse .verance,.canpot possibly do better ;than l9cate in our parish. The cli aluate is as One as any in the world. :'he winters are generally mild, a:d snuow rarely falls. Spring opens '.arly in February, with blossome ',n the peach and quiace trees, and .r,.getation comes rapidly forward. i'ne heat of summer is amoderate, uand the unfailing breezc!s of the *.vening refresh san and beast after Ltue labors of the day. THE SOIL is very productive, and admirably adapted for raising sugar cane, cot ton, oats, corn, rice, peanuts, etc. The vine is indigenous, and yearly l'ears laame harvests of delicious fraiLt. ranges...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 June 1881

3at.. 4 'The Bessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, 8hould Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VoL 7. COVINGTON. ST. TAXEANY PARISH, Li., SATURDAY. JUNE 4. 1881. N0. 19. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J.oax V. ADDISOn. BOLIVAB EDWARDS. ADDISON & EDWARDS rttmereys at Law, AM[TIE CITY ................Lt. Will pracice in the parishes of Tangi raho, Wasiington, St. Tammany, St Ieltia and Livingston. ap2 ly DR. E. R. RANDOLPH, Lars OF Nsw ORLEAns, Tendeas his professional services to the people of SL Ta.T many pnlaci and *Urroendipg oontry. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS.E oaraca Y NTrr Doom so IseGna'S Conw:D Cowimgton, La. D$, C. FAGET, A graduate of .the Paris and New Or ,eas Medical CQlleges, o4fers his pro fessional services to the residents of this e i parish. Apply at J. C sair'a store, Coy. jngton, La. .de8 3m Sest is Cheapest, Dr.F. E.KNAPP & SON, Dental Surgeons, No.18 IBAONNE STREET, Ovwa UE2 MouswaG Sos, I New Orleans, La. PBICES GREATAY IRDUCED. Dr. F. H. Knapp's experie...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 June 1881

T'EE ST TAMMANY FARMEFR aitnsurda, Jume 4, wISI. J. E. SMIiTH ... ...Pormeron W. G. KENTZEL ........ E,rro Election tickets printed at the 'axun osice, low for lacre. Work is progressing on the ew, bridge across the Bugue Falia. Board is wanted by a lady in a Pivate family. S.e advertisement. Wool is quoted at 21 cents, against 80 cents at this time lhat New Irish potatoes are selling in Covington at twenty-five cents s peek. A little cotton is still hbiug shipped from Covington to New Orleans. New corn is having its ears pull ed out of some of the garwlens in Covingtop. Shot generally come in eacks. but go in barrela, and eometimes iu boge beads. So far this year, Covington lhas wesped that terrible scourge, the bas, ball fever, Conkling has gained a new poai. tion by bhis resignation-a position in the rear ranks. Jadge Thompl.o. will go on a little enurting expedition to Amite City next Monday. Plam trees are fairly Imided down with the delicions fruit, and the fig tres give promi...

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 June 1881

ce house sad lot, t odvcattr, 50 eta. : ot oteear, he uoan ilth fp mst, in square aaA;nde anha. 75. -~ s £ell twety aores iac I i-.i pr... metts between the Pont * .llows tad Abits creeks, $1i 6J. . dati1en David 5, 123 eares of lan 1. A nal of noortheat quarter oft ection ; 45, -swns tan, range tee east, " ·OI a Ptl. Isquares 118 an 139, OW town of Mandedville.comapriserl betweens Jackeon. lanel. Florjis sad ALerie street, three dollars. Daisies MG rea sqtuare o. 183. com prish d between Atee, Jackson, Carolina S Eewarn streets, town of Mande - SVe, souhnrst quarter of garsls, an I east q larter of _ rnuthwem. arter of section eleven. wk hi. p y-hr , rangefourteen east, 7L Evans ary Era, 330 acre lanl on Piau- l iver, ai. Evans Mlargtartte, one scre lani on '. avoe L een I. 3L lvwarls ii, 32a sores ili on the Toeftanet' river, I tL. ills Luke. a parcel of laon sanl im pro wemans. in towusahip four, uso.tion thirty-thres, anee t airten east, 3 7 Ernew J, eighty acres lan -, south ha...

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

Passenger Time TablE fer Maudevilte, Madi.*n yilis and Old lading. ;Summer Arrangement Ceomaencisag May i, laSl. THE Unrrn STArAs Wa. STEA>xE NEW CA IiELIA WIr. LEAVE Tu I EJ. L NE E L ,)n arrival of the cars fr.,. t',e cor a,, of Canal s.d 'ar.;t;e.t etir;c-.s: S"n MONDp YS ar.d Th r ISD.i"Y by 1 P. . rt, For Mandeville, Lewibnrg; 3Ildi souville and Old Landr;~ig. ,On TUESDA.YS. FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS, for la:udevil.. Lewiasblprg and Madiaour·i!e, 1-x tending SATURDAY'S tti.ps t Old Landiug, by 4 p. P traiu. EXCp:t3S1ONS: `WEDNESDAYS, for M~Idtie il,1. and Old Landiing, by 8 A . train. SUNDAYS. for M~Iandeville and -Old L'rndinm, by 7 A. Sx. :,. . WEDNESDAYS, f,.r 31a, d vi:i. anwl 31:~liouvi.l,. 1.' 6 P x train. SUNDAYS. fr MI".i-"... : by 6 p. , tr..iin. PO:TVR::I::G - Leaves .[:h- i.-.:.;yii:e %iOND 'Y.' Ttt I D. ' - D. xY.s ... - La.aves O;.t i,., ..;. t\. 1i'.DNI: DAY anid SU -D.IY Excur.i,.- . at 3 P. . FAnE Eaca WAY..............$1 ExcousIon DIss, over and back.. $1 ,Child...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 June 1881

1 Tammaqn .arm r. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Peer." VoL 7. COVINGTON. ST. TAIKANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. JUNE 11. 1881. NO. 20. " PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Oa w. ADDISO. BOLIVAR EDWARDS. ADDISON & EDWARDS Attorneys at Law, AMrTE CITY ................LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi pahe, Washington, St. Tammany, St. Helena and Livingstona. ap2 ly F. A. GUYOL, JUS.CE OF THE PEACE Oraoc--Courthouse, Covington. La. Omee days, Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturday. je6 DR. E. R. RANDOLPH, LATE OF NNEW ORLEANS, Tenders his professional services to the people of St. l'anrsa y pari and sarrounding country. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS, OFFICE NuTT Doon TO IsNGRAx' CORNER Ceyisrtoa, La. DR. C. FAGET, A graduate of the Paris and New Or leans Medical Colleges, ofers his pro fessional services to the residents of this perish. Apply at J. Cahier's store, Cov ington, L. del8 3m Best is Cheapest. Dr. F. H. KNAPP & SON, Dental Su...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 June 1881

T1E RS TAMMANY FARMER J.. SMITH .......PrornUsro W. G. KENTZEL........ Err Aud Rasimes Manager. Official Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year ...............$2 00 Oae copy, six months. ........... 1 00 one uopy, three months ........... 50 Rates of Advertising. Y"i iins of thi (Breviex) type or its equir nz tilarger type, conatitutes Ss gere. omst N .aau, seis ass.no, OUR DoLL a tie quare.e .38 . 8 00114.00 380.00 Two squares. 5. 0012.00 2000 30.00 'T#ree.squres 6.50 15.00 25 00 40.00 5..uar. oolamn 8.00 18.00 30.00 50 00 HPlf column 12.0 30. 50.00; 75.00 Wholecol'mn 52.00 50.00 7.5.00 100.00 Legal Advertismaents--ne Dollar per square for the first Insertion, and Fifty eltsafor eehk subsequent insertion. COVINGTON. LA.: Smturday, Jaue It, 1881. Reliions Notice. The Second Quarterly meeting. RPw. J. A. Godfrey, Presiding Eider, commeneed in Covington last night, and a ill be continned until Sunday night. Services to day, at 11 . x. and 7 P. X. T...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 June 1881

MWATE? TAX SALES OF II eMOVABLE PROPERTY. ate of Loisina es. Delinquent Tax DebtIms Parish of St. Tammany. Dvilte of the autbority rested in me byt Co. tution and laws of the Btteof Louisiana, I will sell, at the prinoipal front door of the Courthouse, in which the Civil District Court of said is held, within the legal hours oudicial sales, beginning at eleven o'cloc k AMI., on Satarday, the 18th day of SJun. 1881, and eoomtluing on Monday, and each succeeding day. until said sales are com pleted, all immovable property on which taxes are now due to the State of Louisi san and Parih of bt. Tammany, to en force collections of all taxes assssed in the year 1880, together with interest thereon from the thirty-first day of De eember. 1890. at the rate of eight per cent. per annum until paid. and all costs. The names of said Delinquent Tax-Plyers, the amount of taxes due by meh on the samessment of said year, and the immovable property as. med to each, to be offered for sale, are as foll...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 June 1881

Passenger Time Table For Mandevile, Madlsonyllk *ad 014 Liandh . Simmer Arrangement comaesepmaz.nay 1. 1681. Unmn STAT, MAM. SZkAM NEW CAMELIA WILL LAVEn TN NEW LARs END O. arrival of the cars from the cornme o' ,f Canal and Carondelet streets: 4am MONDAYS and THURSDAYS by 1 P. I. train, Por Mtandeville, Lewisburg, Uadi sonville and Old Lauding. On TUESDAYS. FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS, for Mandeville, Lewisburg and Madisonville, ex tending SATURDAY'S trips to Old Landing, by 4 p. x. train. EXCURS1ONS: WEDNESDAYS, for Mandeville . and Old Landing, by 8 a. x. train. JSUNDAYS, for Mandeville and Old Landing, by 7 . K. u sin. WEDNESDAYS, for Mandeville and Madisonville. by 6 P. x. train. SUNDAYS, for Madisonville direct, by 6 P. x. train. Raruncas : Leaves Madisonville MONPDAYS THURSDAYS and SATUR DAYS, ,t 5:390 a. x. Leaves WEDNESDAYS, at 5 A. at Leaves O9d .andilng, TUESDAY: and FRIDAYS, at GA. x. Leaves Old TLandag, WEDNES DAY and SUNDAY Excursions. at a P. x. ~F3A Eacr Wa ..............$...

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 June 1881

TaFamanar "Tbm Ulmisp of Goverament. Like the Dews from Heaven. Should Desend Alike upon the Rich ud the Peer." Vol. 7. COVINGTON. ST. TAMIANY PARISI, LA., SATURDAY. JUNE 18. 1881. NO 21. PROFESSIOAAL CARDS. *QSN W. ADDIS It. OLIVA s DWARDB ADDISON & EDWARDS Atteraeys at Law, AMIYT CITY ............... IA Will praetice in the parishes of Tangi. pahos, Wakington, St. Tammany. St. S$elema and Livingston. ap2 ly F. A. GUTOL. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Omzcr-f'ourthouse, Covington. La. Oee days, Tueesday. Thursdys andt tarilay. je6 DR. E. R. RANDOLPH., LTs or NE-w O.LEANS, Tenders his professmional services to th* people of t. Tamumaay parst- and surronading country. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS. OFFICE NaEr Doon To IanGi·'e CoaRNE,. Cowniut? m, La. DR. C. FAGET. A graduate of the Paris and Sea Or leans Medical Colleges, offers his pro fessional servicas to the residents of this perish. Apply sa J. Cahier's store, Cov ington, Li. delS 3m Best is Cheapest. Dr. F. H. KNAPP & SON. Dental Surgeons...

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 June 1881

TIHE T TA, 3IANY i ARMER. j.. . SM.ITH ..... ..PorPaLro WV. G. KENTZEL ....... Elrroa Amnd RBusess Manager. laturday, June 18 1881. Wool is quoted at 27c. --Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic .:ures Fever & Ague. The thermometer went up to 96 in Covington last Thursday. The new bridge across the Bonue Falia is now entirely completed. Some of our exchanges announce the receipt of ripe fige, peaches, watermelons, etc. Notwithstanding the recent co pious showers we have had, rain is badly needed. Mr. Jack Pelloat presented ns with a head of cabbage this week which weighed fourteen pounds Next? Hon. E. John Ellis and wife arrivet at Covington last Monday and returned to the city Wednes day evening. The State tax sales of immovable property, for delinquent taxes of 1880, will commence at the Court bouse to-day. Large numbers of beef cattle are being sent to the city from St. Tammany and Washington parish es. They appear to be in fine rou dition. Mr. Geo. Iepp, of Madisonville, called to see as 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. — 18 June 1881

"J)VABLE PROPERTY. of Louisiana s. Delinquent Tax Debtors. Parish of St. Tammany. 3 virtue of the authority vested in s by the Constitution anl Ilaws of the UtM @s( Louisiana, I will sell, at the sI dpal front door of the Courthousen ;w wch the Civil District Court of said pariah is held within the legal hours Iw jodicial sala~, beginning at eleven .'eloek A. IL, on Saturday, the 18th day of June, 1881, eud continuing on Monday, and each asoseeding day, untii said sales are com pised, all immovable property on which are now due to the State of ,ouisi ans and Pariah of St. ammany, to en foree collections of all taxes assessed in the year 1880, together wits interent thereon from the thirty-first day of D. eember. 1822. at the rate of eight Iper seta per annum until pail. an.! .ll costs. The names of said Delinquent Tax Paye.s, the amount of taxes dub by each on the assessment of sail, year, .nd the immovable property as aessed to each, to be ofered for sale, are as follows, to-wit: A...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 June 1881

Passenger Time Table f'or Mandeville, Madieawville and Old Laudaing. 8ummtzer Arrangement Crommear ks May I, 1881, tUrr SrA? Itait. Svaxza NEW CA-MELIA W.L LtAvz Ue Naw Lass END Qt& arrival of the cars from the cornea of Crsaal and Carondelet street: t,n MONDAYS and THURtSDAYS , by I P. x. trail, For Mandeville, Lewibaburg, Madi eouville and Old Landing. On TUESDAYS. FRIDAYS :.ni SATURDAYS, for Mandt-villj. Lewisburg and Madisonville, ex tending SATURDAY'S trips t. Oid Landing, by 4 P. x. train. EXCURSIONS: .WED'ESDAYS, for MUandevij:, and Old Landing, by 8 A. ., train. BUNDAYS, for Mandeville snt. Old Landing, by 7 Ax. . uin. WEDNESDAYS, for Maudivillk and Madisonville, by 6 p. - train. SUNDAYS, for Madisoanille direct, by 6 r. x. train, RaTr.aro : Leaves Madiavinlle MONDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATUIC DAYS, at 5:30 a. x. Leaves WEDNESDAYS, at 5 A. m. Fd LJ ves id Lanuding, TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, at 6 a. X. Leaves Old Lauding, WEDNES DAY and SUNDAY Fuenrsions, at 3 P. g, tAs lAC E WAr...

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. — 25 June 1881

- -,., _ T e I f .overant. Like the DeTs from Heaven, Should Descend Alike aUon the Rich and the Peer." VoL . COVINGTON. ST. TAXEANY PARISH, LA., 8ATURDAY. JUNE 25. 1881. NO. 22. PROPRSSION&L CARDS. IOGx W. DDIs&. DOLIVAR EDWARDS. ADDISON & EDWARDS Atteareys at Law, A gIT? CITY.... ........... LA. Will pretieein the parishes of Tangi p55 *Washingto . T eamany, St. emiU Ud Lvingston. apS 1y F. A. GUYOL, Juacms or Tas PscLa --Oearthoese. Colagton. Ta. Oe ys Tueday. Thumrdays and DR. E. R. RANDOLPH, LaTr or NEW OaRLsas, Tesader his profeasiomsl serrioes to the people of it Tammsany parisi and earsonading eoantry. D-. J. F. CHAMBERS. OFpICE Nq Doou To Ixeaxi's Coant C*vingt* u, La. DR. C. PAGET, A graduate of the Paris sad New Or leans Medieal Colleges, ofers his pro mteisal services to the residents of this pai. Apply at J. Cakier's store, Cov isgas. La. de18 3m Best is Cheapest. Dr.P. H. KNAPP & SON, Dental Surgeons, No. 18 BBAONNE STREET, SOv)an at MonsIeN STons, New ...

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. — 25 June 1881

TaE Sr TA yv FPARVmR. onesjJ Jearal of the Pariah of Bt. Tamusany. . . 8MITH ... ..PanuLaro W. G. KENTZEL... ... Ea.yon Amdl BJ.lhess Mamner. *, 1 )Oe copy, one year ....... ..0. 1, time copy, six meon I ........ I 00 SIe copy. three m -a84 .......... t0 Rates of Advertisiag. Tueass ofts (Brevier. type or its equir 4'sag a s1er tgpe, ecwuti~as a Staure. *.GA s.qLUA, PtusT nrISano, OW DOlr.al " 1 -cee One square .5 3.00 S 8 00 $14.00 $20.0, TWo sUSre+. 5.110 I12.(k' 20.00 30.00 Tur3eeqcare. 6.5) 15.0 25 00 40.1% Q.,tr. caluhra 8..: 18 l 30.00 50 01 Ralf Colhano 1.:')1 3.0.O 50 00 75.00 Wholecar.'ma 3.1.00. 51.0.1 75.00 100.00 Legal Avertisausate -(n Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fift. Cents for eamo subsequent insertion. COVINOTON. LA. : atemrdy. Jmune 85. 1881. Watermelons have appeared it Covington. Whew! This is the hottest weather we've had since the war. Ooverncr Wiltz will visit Abit,. Springs for the benefit of his health. Mr. Mathew Disks has been ap pointed ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 June 1881

O I88SUD EVEIY A8TURDAy. :N C ltates. Jnts IL. t 1. SClubbing Arraugement. Ie winll esS the New Odesans WEEK t .r DbYOu'RAT the Lt. Tmmuan3 FdlAM R, a besautifully allutrated Amaa*s, sat Dr. Eendll'a trratise on te Huorne. to any addrras, ono year, for Mt 5s free of postage. aubecriptiona mst id wbe orious admae. 'The question of an extra legiala. ti~ e eamiu is again bring dicuazed, rand the neceumity for one abuu is seriously urged by some S of tib executive ofeers. Under tiame ontita.ion there will be no rgalar meeting of the "eunerl As. aembly until the second Monday ul of lay,1881. while no appropra timufor any purpoesem of govern meat. or for the aslar:- of its offirtc are made for a longer p.,riol than Deamuber 81, 18-1. It seems to us that omuch graver rea.Uon than this. mm at be advanced to justafy putting the State to the cost of an extra ses. mion. Mlre legislative appropria tions would not furnish funds dur inlg the early months of next year amy more than they have this,...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 June 1881

Passenger Time Table Po. M.adeveille. Maidev1illle and Old Landlsg. Summer Arrangement COm*mesw g May 1, 1881. THE seran STAreS MAILn STEaXsE NEW CAMELIA I tarj, LEAVE THE NEW LAKE END (,, trr vnl of the ears from the coruet of Canal and Carondelet streets: 4 n MONDAYS and THURSDAYS by I P. .. train, I',r Mandeville, Lewisbnrg, Madi 'ouville and Old Landing. On TUESDAYS. FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS, for Mandeville. Lewisburg and MIadisonrvile, ex rending SATURDAY'S trips t.: Old Landing, by 4 P. 3. train. EXCURSIONS: WEDNESDAYS, for Mandevill and Old Landing, by 8 A. :. train. SUNDAYS. for Mandevillo an, Old Landing, by 7a. a. l. uain. WEDNESDAYS, for Mat.devilh and Madisonville. by G P. M. train. SUNDAYS, for Madisonville direct. by 6 P. M. train. RTrURNING : Leaves Madisonville MONDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATUIt DAYS, at 5:30 A. 3I. Leaves WEDNESDAYS, at 5 a. t., Leaves Old Landing. TUESDAYt and FRIDAYS, at 6 A. '. Leaves Old Landing, WEDNES DAY and SUNDAY Excursions, at 3 P. ax. FARE EaCH W...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 2 July 1881

"' Selrpsinpg pf Goverpamet, like the Dews from Heaves, Should B8eand Alike upon the Riah sad the PEaorr" Vol. 7". e0IOGTO. ST. TAMMANY PAUISH, LA., SATURDAY. JULY 2. 1881. NO. SS. ?ROFE$SS3 qAL .CAWS. J Au W £IP3O. IPLIVAK JWARDS. A.DXmI8Qir &WAoD DS AI44tEsy q t LLaw ?r aCE 'L S ·· · .....·..........LA. WiupNomticaeAP the pazisxe .of Tangi j ahoa, Wsa)4pgtoy .t. Tpgpiauy, St. elesa~ c 4 I4VIAptoa. ap2 ly p.4&. (QYQL, JUPTIcE 91 TeE PEACE. Ovca-Courthonse, Covi gtog . La. w0oe dew, Tuesday. Thuzsdays and &lkturday. jeo )DR. X. R. A 1X T PI~P LATE .9F .Q 1 (p OEAIE, Tenders jis prqlesaiopaI services to ,the peopjepof St. Taiq pg1y p4wrie and autoa j~pg covp~ry. Dr. J. F. CHkMI º S, OFFSCE Nurr Doox loo IIGUa* s CoaNEZ4 _ C ý , 1A.kit DR. C? PIQG.G1T, '4A graduate of the Paris pfd ;Ter Or .amua Medie d Cooeges, oers his pro I.seaonal airtuces to ^t8e re.edeuts of this parib. Apply A.t 3. Caklu%'s store. Coy pagtoqi, 14. deIf am Best to Cfieapent, *DPI. H.. KNA.PP & SO...

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. — 2 July 1881

R'lE ST TAIMMANY FARMER. toa e i Jmemaal of the Parish d. I. 8MITH ... Paorapmo W. G. KENTZEL ....... .Eznon Amnd BMsies MaInaer. A s ot0 Advertising. `'tie& s eff ia (Brevier) 4"e or r 8 ai t a gue. ne a.q e..$ 3.00 8 800 814.00 850.00 Two squam. 5.00 12.00 20.00 30.00 Thre.squares 6.50 15.00 25 00 40.00 qXLr. 0oluma 8.00 18.00 30.00, 50 00 H-lf column 12.00 30.00 50.00! 75.00 W le sole o'an 20.00 50.00 75.00 100.00 Legal Advertismeats--Ome Dollar per square for the frst insertion, and Fifty 'enta for eneh subsequent insertion. COVINOTON. LA.: satuerdaV, Jeut 2. s18m. The summer otL stice has arriv. Tales about comets are now in order. A fashion journal anmounese that "old fashioned patch-work is re Vvved." Now we can afford to be fashionable. John Barnside, the largest sugar planter in the United States, and the elehest man in Louisiana, died last Wednesday. Vennor says we're going to have a tornado. And he wasn't just blowing about it, either. He always means what he says. Be...

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