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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 September 1881

TSE ST. TAMMANY FABLERL. Ce.. gnt.., Septrmber $0. Is18 4 Oluiag Arrangemeat. * We will send the New Orleans WVEa ZY DEMOCRAT the St. Tammany FARMER, a beautifully illustrated Almansc, and Dr. Kendall's Treatise on the Horse, to any address, owe year, for SS 25, free of postage. Subscriptions amust be said ~tvarishly is ad vace. • mmu n ut m m Religious Notice. List of appointments for St ?Tammaay parish, for the month o September, 1881: First Week--Sharpe's School house, Saturday, Sept. 3, at 11 A. x Mandeville, Sunday, Sept 4, a 11 A. . '_-. Bayou Lacombe, Sunday, Sept. 4 at 4 P. x. S&coad Week-Tally's Church Bogue Chitto, Saturday, Sept. 10 st 11 A. V. Parkereville, (new church), Sun day, Sept. 11, at 11 A. x. Abnev's Schoolhouse, Sunday, Sept. 11, at 4 P. x. Third Week--German Settle ment, (Bcniface,) Sunday, Sept 28, at 11 A. x. Page's Schoolhouse, Sunday, Sept. 18. at 4 P. x. Fourth Week-Spring Hill, Fri day, Sept. 23, at 11 A. x. Gum Creek, on the same day, at 4 P. x. Sad...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 September 1881

THE ST. TAM]lrANy F.L IMRR CAýýýRrrl S. ýEptc r t0 i PROCEEDINGS -OF THE- POLICE JURY * -OF- St. Tammany Parish. CovIscGTo, L,, July 12, 1881. The Police Jury imet a., the Court lbouse on the above date. Present -J. M. Allison, Presi dent; MJ. iH. Crary, W. B. Iogers, V. E. Parker, Milton Burns, C. Au Lry, A. Consin and P. Welch. Absent-James W. Smith and Paul Dulion. Tue winutes of the last meeting -were read and approved, with the exception of the resolutions calling upon the Seeretary of the School Board to furnish the Parish Treas nmer with reports for the years 1879 and 1880. *EPORTS OF COMMITTEES. CoVYOTroN, July 12, 1881. To the President and members of the Police Jury: Gentlemen--We the undersigned 'committee appointed to examine and destroy the warrants in the hands of the Treasurer, beg leave to report that we have examined warrants to the amount of $1640 29 for and of the year 1880, $577 73 of the year 1879, and $1333 19 of 1871 to 1878 inclusive, making a sum total of 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. — 17 September 1881

I"The Bleminp of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Shotll Demnd Alike upen the Rich nd the Poor." VoL 1. COVINGTON. ST. TAXXANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. SER EMJBELR 17. 1881.0 NO 34. PROFESSIONAL CABRDS, .fOns W. 5e3ex0. sOItrA sDWA. ADDISON & EDWARDS Attorneys at Law, AITE CITY ................LA. Will practice in the parish* of Tangi paho.. Washington, 8t. Tammany. t. Helems and Livingston. apt ly JOHN WADSWORTH, Arroauyr As CauszLoa-AT--Lw,. FramUaltem, La. Will practice in the Eighteenth Jsdi l.l District, Will be bond at the C)lrk's olee. ia Covington, La., from the 20th to the last of each calendar Jonth. F. A. GUYOL, Juecz or uW PxatCE Onmca-Courthouse, Cov ri= . Le. oe days, Tuesday, Thea . and asturday. je6 DR. E. R. RANDOLPH, LA.s or NwI OaLuans, Teaders his professional services to ,he people of St Tammany parish and snusnditg country. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS, Nsn Does so IsZer's Copnar Covtnstm, La.. DR. C. FAGET, A graduate of the Paris sd New Or leas Medieal Colleges...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 September 1881

THE ST. TAMMA.YI FARMERP.I I.E. £ ZITlH .......Pat(.ci!o CL. '. KENTZEL. ......EDrrTO And lEusiness Man.acer. .Ulicial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. I.1iUED EVIRY 4TU.JR.DY. SUISU.RIP-I'ON RATES .One copy, one yr ................$200 .t nf4opy, six tntha. .......... 1 00 ,nte copy, thrqp nannt.".......... 50 We publish Marria~e and Death No (ices in the iEaa zfee of charge. They "unst be wiitot plainly, and sent in ty six o'olook .Friday evening. Con gratulatory rminarks and obituaries will I.e charged for at our regular advertising rates. COVINGTON. LA.: Saturday, September 17, .-8$. "T.renhaam," New Orleans, La.: Your favor argived too late for pub lication. All letters should reach as not later than Thursday night, -to secure inserti9o. Mr. W. C. Morgan. Clerk of .Court, has assumed the adminis tration of the succession of James Fj. Cross. His notice to the debt ors and creditors'of the estate will be found under new advertisments. The schooner F. M. Pippo has gone go Mad...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 September 1881

E ST. TAMAN FPARMER. Cwuintesm Mfpes.ber ., 1.81 Q1MenDg A._rragmuen. We will send the New Orleans WEKR Yr DEMOCRdT the 8t. Tammany FARMER, a beautifully Ulustrated Almanso, and Dr. Kendall's Treatise on the Horse, to any address, one year, for S 25, free of postage. Subscriptions m-ast be paid uwaribirni advsace. . . . Religious lotice. List of appointments for. St Tammany parish, for the month of September, 1881: rt -WeA.-Sharpe's School house, Saturday, Sept. 8, at 11 A. x Mandeville, Sunday, Sept. 4, at 11 A. I. Bayou Lacombe, Sunday, Sept 4, at 4P. x. Second Week-Tally's Church, Bogue Chitto, Saturday, Sept. 10, at 11 A. . Parkersville, (new church), Sun day, Sept. ll at 11 . I. Abney's 4choolhouse, Sunday, :Sept. 11, at 4 P. x. Third Week--German Settle ment, (Boniface,) aunday, Sept. 18, at 11. . N. Page's. Schoolhouse, Sunday, Sept. 18. at 4 P. . Fourth Week-Spring Hill, Fri day, Sept. 23, at 11 . x. Gum Creek, on the same day, at Sadler's Ridge, Saturday, Sept a24, at 7 P. ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 September 1881

ClagJborne Cottage. Coing~ton, ,14 -ourd per Jmonf. 530; per 4e*, $7 50 per Day, $1 .0. This barmaing residence, situated on p hill, oppoa. the town of Covington, 'n the lmk the Bogue Falia, besides swing ohd* its healthful climate and .beaatifal scenery, is also recommended us sp benec.:ent springs. Families desiring to secure board, can lo so now, by addressing the undersign ed. at Covington. La. .J. JAUFROID, MxzL E. JAUFROID, Proprietor. Manager. kRUNLRY GROVE HOTEL sear Covington, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. CR. THIERY, PROPRIETOR. /Mineral Springs, Fine SWAde iiver Baths, Etc. Ja9Jner Hoqse, 4~VINGTON, - - - :LA C. G. Joyner, Proprietor. Board by the ay., Week pF Month. pf'TaRM MODER4T.I k Covington Shavinj Sloon. Por'uxLa PrIcs:; Smb........,.t ...-.. 10 etae Hair Cut~sn..,........ . R ita. Shamppoing. ............ 20 o. ýf . -p Wm .ssas Dyp, at mod erate pripes. ALL WO0RK QONE foR CASB. Be. ) BPANISH TONJC FOR Ta) HAIR always on hand. F. bUSSE, mar7 ly Proprietor - l T.FLER'S Ch...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 September 1881

51 Tammgq Fimzr 4 "The jleiings of Goverament, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich aud the Poor." VoL 7. COIIGTORN. ST. TAKlANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBEL, 24. 1881. NO 35. THE CARD TABLE. Lydia Dearborn sat alone in her littl sitting room,' and her eoun masae was sad and desponding. She was not six and twenty, mnd tough her face was pale and wan, t saho was beautiful. A warw fire berat in the grate, for it was winter, and the lamp burned upon the een teritle, for it was evening. She mdt thus, trying to read, when the door opened and a stranger en teed. She started up with fear at thus seeing a strange man enter her apartment unbidden. "Lydia-don't you know met" Th" woman started at the sound of the voice,:and the blood rushed to her brow and temples. She took a step forward and gazed more sharply into the intruder's face. "James?" she murmured inter oegatively. "Yes, my sister. Don't you know mea" Bat instead of answering in words Lydia rushed forwar...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 September 1881

$1MM' TA.~MANY I A L. SMITH ._ . ...Yaurulu WV. G. HENTZEL.. .. EDToN And busness Mainager. CQYiNGTON. LA. : :4Uh"iawnbe qp*mber 24, 1885 District 4ttorney S. D. E~i, o Amite City, is in Covington. "'Trenham'u " letter, from Ne Oqleans, is -rowied out this wee t 'God still reigns, and the Got- 0o ernment at Washington still lives." J. A. Garfield. A streak of lighLtuing ran along a oi wire ~Aece in Texas recently, an .killed forty head of sheep. SPresident Arthur is a widow ern He has two eljilgren, a son aged 17 the and a daughter aged 11 yeurs. al Beafty's immense organ feioory, he at Washington, N. J., was destroy ed by fire last Sunday afternoon. An executive session of the Se ate will be called ip a iew days, bu oi there wilt be no extra seasion o wt Congress. ti The Police Jury held a meeti V at the (fourthouse last .nday. The proceedings will be found on U1 the next page. e The election at Amuite .City, f Mopday, on the liquor question, re suited as follows: For license, 79 h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 September 1881

.HE ST. TA.rtA FAT m ,Olubblg Arreageaoert. We will uea the New Orleans W LY DEMOCRAT the St. Tamany FARWfl, a beautifully ill AlinasaP sad Dr. ea.dall's Treatise 0 the oenme, to say addres, one y.r, f 42 Ss, free of postage. Subsc io must be muid tierashi adoaate. Beligious Notice. List of appointments for Cov ingo Cireait for October, 1881: from October 1 to S inetesive, being oear fourth Quar terly Meeting. Shar.'s Schoolhouse, Oct. 8, Mandesiale, Sunday. Oct. 9, a 11 a. m. Bayou Lacombe, same day, a 4p. m. ermantown, Sunday, Oct. 16, at 11 a.m. Page's Schoolhouse, same day. half-past 3 p. m. Madisonville, Sunday, Oct. 23, 11 am. Spring Hill, Friday, Oct. 28, Sa. m. Gum Creek, same day, at 4 p m. Oak Grove. Saturday and Sun day, Oct.29 and 30, each day a 11 a. m. Saturday, Oct. 29, in the evening a funeral seemon at Apple Pi Ridge. Hickory Grove, Sunday, Oct 80 at4 p. m. Oro. T. Vicasse , Pator. The races in Covington las Sapturday were well attended, an yroved to be very interes...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 September 1881

Joyner House, cOV~uGTON, - - - LA C. G. Joyner, Proprietor. jkerd by the Jay. Week or Month. 'sZTRh'T S MODERATE, 4 laiboruae Cottage. Covington, La. Board per .Mith. . 30; per Week, $7 50 per Day, .1 50. This chancing resi'd.nce, situated on xt hill, opposite the t.'w.i of Covington, mu the banks o.f the Bugg~e Felia, besides ibeing noted f,,r its heahltul climnte and I, anutifnl scenery, is also recommended J. .r its beneficent springs. Families desiritg to secure board, can OP so now. by addressing the undersign I, at Covington. La. A-. JAUFiROID. hx. E. JAUFROID, Proprietor. Manasger. MULBERRY GROVE HOTEL Near Criaslton, t3T. TAMM.ANY PARISH, LA. Cl. THIERY, PROPRIETOR. Mineral Springs, Fine Shade Riuer Baths, Etc. H. J. SMITH'S RETAIL GROCERY STORE. DRY GOODS. HATS, iHOES. CROCKERY And a General Assortment for City and Country use, at the lowest cash prices. Covington. La. Highest prices paid for Wool. Hides, Chickens, etc ce.. to. K 7LTT.ER'S Cheap Cash Store. COVINGTON, LA -D...

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

*no Like the Dews from Rearem, Sheuli Descend Alike upe. the iskh aud the Poor." VOL. 7. COINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH. LA., OCTOBER 1. 1881. NO. 38. 0, O HOW SWEET! Beard she ast Siesm tgethes 0. O ow sweet it wenls Oe scold night of wintry wather 4 0! how sweet it was! Up the chimney roared the tre, had he drew his chair still nigher. With a glance of fond desire 0,0 ! bow sweet it as ! She was jalsome in her beenty, 0.0 ! how sweet it was! And she blushed in modest daty 0.0 ! how sweet it was! With a timid set of haste. And a beating heart, he pisead Onefoed are sheat her waist 0. 03 how sweat it wad A FAMILY PET San FPaelseo Post The ouher morning while Mr. Cole, proprietor of the approseaing aroms and menagerie of that name, we pekaing his teeth on the steps of the Buas House, a tall, son-bur n e4 bald-headed man, with pine bmrrs his clothes and a saek of Amafres in his mouth, approached and aid: B e ºo the wild animal man, The priahor of the "Double Mammozth on Aggregation" adm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 October 1881

,J E. SMITH .. PIWPIJEron. W. G. KENTZEL . Eorroa And Business Manager. COVINGTON. LA.: Satur av. October 1, 1881 This is the warmest day we've had during the present month. Miss Mary Kellar will open ber wehool in Covington next Monday. A fine portrait of James A. Gar field, the miurdered President, for 2a cents, See advertisement. The fine schooner F. M. Pippo appeared at the wharf last Sunday .il radiant in a new dress of paint, and otherwise improved. -For the irst time in the history of our country, the Presideutia' chair is occupied by a native of "Vermont State." President Garfield owned real *s tate amounting to about $22,000. During the early part of August he is said to sare digned a will, which leaves all of his property to his widow. The funeral pageant in New Or leans, last Monday, in honor of the dead Presidep', is said to have been the most solemn and imposing spectacle ever witnessed in that city. _ _ A strange sap faual disease has broken out among the horses at St ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 October 1881

'THE ST. TAMMANIY FARM3R C VSEtes., October 1, 1881t Clubbing Arrangewsent. We will send tho New Orleans WEEK L.Y DEM'OCR4T the St. Tammnay FARMfER, a beautifully illustrated Ann, and Dr. Kendall's Treatise on the Horse, to any address, one year, for 12 25, free of postage. Subscriptions must be naid faaimgvy La ad ace. bligious Notioe. List of appointments for Cev u Oroatit for October, 1881: Parkeraville, from October 1 to 5, inclusive, being our fourth Quar terly Meeting. Sharp's Schoolhonee, Oct. 8, at 11 a. m. Mandeville, Sunday, Oct. 9, at 11 a. iu. Bayou Laocombe, same day, at 4 p. mn. Germautown, Sunday, Oct. 16, at 1 a. e. Page's Schoolhouse, same day, at half-past 3 p. mn. M 3adisonille, Sunday, Oct. 23, at 11 a. m. Spring Hill, Friday, Oct. 28, at 11 a.m. Gum Creek,-ame day, at 4 p. n. Hickory Grove. Saturday, Octo ber 29, at 11 a., m., and Sunday, at 4 p. m. Oak Grove, Sunday, Oct. 30, 1 at ll a. W. Gso. T. VICraua, Pastor. t ADVERTISING THAT PAID. John Manning, sheriff ...

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

- Joyner Jouse, OOYJIreyo Ir .* LA. C. G. Joynpr, Proprietor. itoaud by .s It. Week a Mouth. 'TIILMf8 MODBR4T21% 4'Isu rme Cottage. Oovington. L&. ifoa *we* , W N son This oabansiag rsoudeme, gjtested em * bill, oppodssighe tow of Covingtom, on the banks of hte Boe7 Fel, besides )eleg noted for Ms thra aliiiait and l2.autifjl semeu, is also resoeemesded "'r ihe bdet.-ent springs. hl'lemW dastring to seeare board, ean ito so nv, b addressing the undersign vJ, at Coy e La. A. 54&uPO , Namn . JAUFROID, Proprietor. Manager. . EVLBERRY GROVI HOTEL Near CawleRwea, *T. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. CS. THIERY, PROPRIETOR. Misersl springs, Fine made Riser Blke., Nb. H. J. SMITH'S BEMAlL GROCERY STORE. DRY G0OD0, HATS, BROES. CROCKERY And. Gemezal Lea altnat for Oity and Conatiy aee, at the lowest sash pale.s. Covington, La. ihest Mices paid for Wool Hides, Chc enst de.. ko.. L&T.LUR'S Cheap Cash Store. COVINGTON, Lk -Desler in Genera1 Herobindias. Will heap os bead ; fresh supply of Groer...

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

At "Th .f QaOIa. T O t, Like t . Nea , d Alike upo the ich d the Poor." O . t. 7OOVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA... OCTOBER . 1881. NO. ý'. TEE UTTER YOUNG MAN, The Mti b a e cae in his nimble eight hasd, As down the bread street he did strut, In style so superbly sad awfully grand, That made folks ejaculate wildly, "My That felow' too utterly utti" As this am thepiattIhat e.vaxnlshed his esea Or the oMack is the door when its shut, Was the portentious size of hbi gay cresture's brain, at whisperd uto him again and again, "Well, you are too tterly uttr' Oh, banish this msthetic demon outright To some Busuaan or Africa hut ahero the people are not so awfully quite, And they kill o' a hundred young gal lants ach night For being too utterly utt! - -- ( . MARK TWAIN TELLS A STORY. t a resent dinner of the Boston Rapyras Club. Mark Twain. being ealled on fora speech, said; "I am perfectly astounded at the way history repeats itselt I find ayself situated at this moment en aetly and prec...

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

'IRE ST. TAMSIMANY FARMER SIZ. SMITIH ....... aupnmoit. G. G. ENTZEL .._.. .,.. ErTo And IU;siU@e*S Manager. CO VIN(TON. LA. : •aturrar, Octeser.$, -881 oMal# Jurea.f tf ljsa of St. Tammany. f7$tED EYE MY $A1UBDAY. SGH.r;I. j/7' o-N IRA TES )ne copy. oet yea ... .......2...00 Ahbe cpy, itk unouth.... . ....... 1 00 Sone l7, S uts...... - . . 50 Cotton lfa been coming in freely tiijn week. SOate that wxa planted about six weeks ago bhsre ,nde a good stand. The fund for raM lu&el now reaches 6,556 6 t6. A certain weR-knaow notary in New Orleans is said to be gqaie "A regO." Guitean bh given his la hill. tie will doubtlese p.y for 4W muei with his life. Oystese ji New Orleans am go ing dowR. The pricp have de olsda from 0e to 15c per dose. Broiled wenison steak is msid to be the an 9ickly dipneted of all animal food. But it comes der, SJ.Wag iis a prominent citisen of Baton ooge. Je i probably a lieesl deseandant of Jp J be Paste, Prognostic--Drieg the present pomoth we may .amsona...

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

IM- ST. TAMMANY PARMER C*vistem., October 8, 1881 cla ArrAangament.. We will send the New Orleans WEEL. .LY DEMO'jB T the St. Tammany FARP7 rE a beautifully illustrated Almanac, and Dr. Kendall's Treatiee on the Horse, to any address, one year, for 3221, free of postage. Babseiptioad .mast be aid iarieabl i tadvan.. baigices Wetlee. List of appolutmenta for Cov Ington Circuit for October, 1881 Parkerasvile,f .o October 1 to 5, inclusive. being our fourth Quar terly Meeting. 8harp's Schoolhosae, Oct. 8, at Ii a. UL Mandeville, Sunday, Oct. 9, at 1 a. m. Bayou Lacombe, sanie day, at Germantown, Sunday, Oct 16, at 11 a.i. i Page's Schoolhouse, same day, at I balf-pasS p. m. Madionville, Sunday, Oct. 23, t I Il a.. i Spring Hill, Friday, Ot. 28, at I a. m. GaCn Creek, same day, at 4 pi m. a Hickery Grove. Saturdag, Octo- I ber 2gS at 11 a., m., and Sunday, at a 4p.m. Oak Grove, Sunday, Oct. .30, 1 at 1 a. inm. GEo. T. VIxcs , Pastor. Written for the FARMEE.] WHO CAN TELL? a a Ah. ho .ma...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 October 1881

JQ9tyer House, 0C VINGTON, - - . ,A :C. G. Joyner, Proprietor. Sº.rd by the hay., Week qr Mqpith. 'TER.yS AO)XR 0 RATE-. ' lai~qrue 0Cqttege. Covington, L... oamd per iMonth. S0; per Wak, $7 50 per ,a. $1 §0. This charuing residepce. sitpated on a kill. opposite the tpw.p pf Covingtoa, "a* the banks of,t e Rgre Fasia, besides tbeing noted for its hralthfnl clinpate and 1. ".utiful scenery, is also recoqpmended I .r its beneflent prings. i Vailies desiripg to secure board, can ,,, so now, by "tlre sing the updeqrsign . ... at Covington. La. . JAUFROID," Mia. B. JAUF1QID, Proprietor. laasger. MUrltERRY GROVE HOTEL Near C.oyl4ston, ;SJT. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. aU. THIERY, PtQPRIETOR. Miperal Spripgs, Fipe S7ade icer Baths, Etc. H. J. UITH'S RETAIL QOCIER Y STORE. DRY GOODS. HATS. *GOCKEK7 And a General ggrtagent for City and Cound y use, at the lowest c'.h prices. Goyim19o3, La. Highest prices paid for Wool Sides, Chickens,. ete ae.. e. ! leap Coasb store. COVINQTON, LA -Dealer ip-- . Gen...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 October 1881

"The Rlearas of Govrerameat, Like the Dews from Heaver. Shoula Desceni Alik upea the Rich sad the Poor." VOL. 7, COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH. LA., OCTOBER 15: 1881. NO. 38. - . . . = la g ea li ni uu inipi . A RHYME OF THE TIME. [Scribner'a Magasine ] Xiss Pallas'Eudo a Von Blurky, Lhe didn't know chicken from turkey: igh Spanish and Greek abe could na eatly speak, " SButherhnowledge of poultry was maurky. She could tell the great-uncle of Moses, And the date of the Wa of the Boses; And the reason of things-why Indians wore rings In their red, aboriginal noses! Why Shakpearewas wrongis his gram me; And the meaning of Emerson's 'Brahma.' And she went chipping rocks with a lit tle black box, And a muall-geological hammer. She had views upon co"edscation, And the principal needs of the nation; And her glasses were blue, and the num bher she knew Of the stars in each high constellati.n. and she wrote in a hand-writing elerky, And she talked with an emphasis jerky, And she painted on t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 October 1881

'.TE ST. TAMMANY FARMER J E. 8M IT ...o.... PaoP saro W. G. rENTZEL ....`... £trOse Ad Basimess Meager. ed COVINGTON. LA.: an SaturIas, Otober 5, 61 po .mi -, ,- o eit Ooisal Jotunal of the 8ar 1h of 8$. Tammany. b :- ,,. -- -7 " ISSUED EVBBY SATURDAY. o0 - SUBSCRIPTION RATES " Oe dopy, o year .... ............. 00 of Dae copy, s oathsa. ........... 1 0O One oepy, three months ........... 50 be New Orleans is dooded with he genuine hoodlums and counterfeit The State elections in Iowa and M Ohio. this week, both went Repub- of n, as usual. of There has been no improvement g this week in the conditioun of Gov. ' Wits. He is very lwr, mad his deat is hourly expected. The. movements of capital are aually govarned by sound sense. As a general thing, eight or ten per In oent. sounds about right. to The United States Senate, now is session, is politically divided as follows: Democrats, 37; BRpubli- d asns, 07;Idependeat, s2. The dome of the West Pont Ob- di eervatory is to be made of paper...

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