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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 October 1881

i1 SBT. TAMMANY FAARIE cQtaan oa er ts, 15 s881 Clubbi**Arrsagemet. e wii "sad the N Oesmaas FEE ZL DErYOcAT the St. ammrn FARM a beatufy ilastated Almasas, and Dr. iedsdira Tuestie on t,' , mo 7y add ae, one year, for S 5. fr Of petage. ,Subeasiptions mast be paid anu . bligieus NotIe. Lisof appomtments for Cor SCircuit for October, 1881: Pukesvile, from October 1 to 6, inelaive being our fourth Quar Suarp'aSch lhouie4 Oct. 8, at 11s. m. 'Md il., Sunka, Oct 9, at 1 a. a. Bayo Lacombe, same day, at at11. m. Y esnv Ue, day, Oct 28. at 11usa.m. 8pring f il, Friday, Oct S2, at 11 a. m.L Gum Creek, sme day, at4 p m. Hickory Grove Saturday, Oto ber 29, at 11 a, m., and Sunday, at 4 kdGrve. Sunday, Oct 80, Ga.. T. Vrc..a Pasto . TH SWEET BY-AND-BY. There is a story that the hymn, "The Sweet By-and-By," was the work of two men while drunk. Jpssph P. Webster, who composed the musio, died several years ago. Dr. 8. F. Bennett, aatheor of the veres, lives in Richmond, Ill. He says that the eha...

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. — 15 October 1881

RHE ST., TAMMANY FARMER CVwlst.la. October 14. 88 C C Eibteept) J}dicial District Court for g( the parish of St. Tammany--ttate of Iounisiag-. Richard lovers & Co. rv. inm. rde4oj--No. 1814. By rirtge of a writ of Serl facias from the hlnorable the aforesaid coart, bearing date the 16fh day of July, 18$1, andi tu me directeg. I will proceed to a sell at-public iu.etio, at the door of the of tcuirthowte. in the town of Covington, be ariash and ?taste atcre mid, on SATUR- be DAY, the 5th day .of 1ovetzber, 18i1, be- fe tween legal sale hours, the following de sceibed property. to-wit: (d lat. Iot 4. 1, 2 2, 4, 1 I. 12, 13, ei 14 and 10, .g. pgsre jo. 13, Division of J. St John, in the twp of Covington. td. A tract of land, .two hundred - (2110) acres, bounded north by the Pearl iRiver road, south by Arthulr' road, east by, Vergine'd trtct, and west by Zack Sitrain's, as per description, in Book I,. page 140, less the three lots sold to a~vi Lacroix, a; stated in tg titlegnd d less...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 October 1881

" ihe mleaegs of Goverment, Like the e wfrom eaven, Should Desend Alike upo the Rich and the Poor." VOL. . COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH. LA., OCTOBER 22. 1881. NO. 89 PROFISSIONAL CARDS. JOux w. ADDISON. OLIVOA EDWARDS. ADDISON & EDWARDS Attorneys at Law, &MITE CITY ......... ... LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi pahoa. Washington, St. Tammany, St. Helena and Livingston. sp2 ly JOHN WADSWORTH, ArTronszu y AND Cuorsu oR-a-LAw, Frankinton, La. Will practice in the Eighteenth Judi cial District, Will be found at the Clerk's ofice, in Covington, La., from the 20th to the last of each calendar maonth F. A. GUYOL, JcrSrIE OF TrE PEAcE. Or WV-Courthouse, Covington. La. Office days, Tuesday. Thuradays and tarday. jec DR. E. R. RANDOLPH S LATE OF NEw Onr.zaNs, Tenders his professional services to thepeople of St. Tammany parihb and surrounding eountry. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS, OFFICE Nazr Dooa To I>ouX's Conmri Covingtom, La. DR. C. FAGET, ,A graduate of the Paris and New Or ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 October 1881

TFIE ST. A?1rYX FARMER •jd K 8MITH ....YC ,. G. KENTZEj ........ EDITO And BusinessI M]ananer. SU 'CRpT.ION RA TES O)ne copy, one year .... ........... $200 ne copy, six months . .......100 .e copy, three months. ...... 50 Mike Hemneeey is impro '~he Shokol board held a ineet ing this week. Their proceedings 4will appear in our next issue. English manufacturers complain ,of the sandwich they find in Ameri ean cotton. The matter should be sifted. The Irish Land League has been deeared an illegal organiz.tiop, Mod the lepders are being arrested for treason. Last Thursday evening Albert Theobald, son of the "village black mith," was thrown from Mi horse #Qd badly hunt.dbou.t the face. The usual weekly homicide oc uar.ed in New Orleans last Tues day night; Eugene Fpycia shot and nmoritally wounded Oscar Dupeire. Thei f t .t Mr. Alf. ael ane's plae on she river, was draped in mourning and hung at half-mast last8unday,4n reepect to the mem ory of Oro. WiltL The SLt. Bernrd Eagle has just ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 October 1881

THE ST. TAMMANY rARMAB SV itemao, Octber a~ 18s Clubbing - A_ ngein .t We will send the New Orleas8 WEK ZY DEIOCRAT the St Tamman3 YARME~ , a beatifUy -ito strate llmnanc, and Dr. Xendall's Treatise os the Horse, to any address, oae year, foi S25 free of postage. Subsoriptionu anust be paid iuoariia iin aodmae. eligisu ]loties. List 'of a.,.moztments for Coy. tngton Oireait for October, 1881: Parkersville, from Qctober 1 to 5, Inclusirve, being oar fourth Quar. teony Meeting. lerhru Schoohosue, Ota 8, at 11 a. m. Mandeyille, 8andS4, Ot. 9, at 11 a. m. Bayou Laqombe, same day, at & p. m. Germantown, Sunday, Oct. 16, at 11 a. m. Page's Schoolhouse, same day, at half-past3 i n. M. M ,edinaajIl e uaj, Oct. 3S, at 11 a.m. Spring Hill, Friday, )Oct 28, at 11 a. m. Gam Cr ek, ,mne day, at 4 p. m. Hickory Gor, .,atsrday, oeto ber 19, at 11 a., m., and Sunday, at 4p.m. Oak GiOe, sundOy, tct 30, at 11 a. a. Go. T. Yzcsa, Pastor. AN EMBABBASSING POSITION --t "I my, conductor, do you know t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 October 1881

PROCEEDINGS -OF THE FOLL.g E FVBY -OF- St. Tatmasany Parish. CovrsITON, ,a., Sept. 9. 1881. The Police Jury met at the GCurt ianee on the above date. Present-J. M. 4l1ison, Presi l.Pnt; W. $. Rogers, W. E. Parker, P. Welch, C. LpLbryb, [ilton Burns, i ..Qalatas. Absent--James W. Smith, M. H. (rary, A Cousi., The minutes of the last meeting. :i ere read. Mr. Galataa objected to the ordi-. diance appropriating one 'mill for ,public school ptlrposes, and mioved t.:sat the appropriation for that pur I)OMe be raised to two ~lils on the t4,UJar. Adopted by lthe following: bote Yeas-Galatas, Aubry, Parker. Nays--Welch, Rogers. Mr. Welch then moved that the; esolution adopted at last meeting, Aixing the salary of the Parish -Treasarer at $200 per annum be re scinded, and tps the Parish Teps-. arer be allowed $100 per p.a.uam for his services. Unanjmnasly adopt The following reaolatios was of fered: Besor/ed, That the two aiR tar levied for criminal purposes etc., for the year 1881, be retai...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 October 1881

"~2 Ale igs of enOranSaeat Like the Dve fro Hleave., Sholia Deansed Aikre up the Zich ead the Poor." VOL. 7. OOVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH. LA., OCTOBER 29. 1881. NO. 43 AN ARKANSA8 BORB. t e 1 VarOrs WAtss arii n TO A t IADn amewoa t Judge Bill Mosewood, of the GYoluWnesp asingbborhood, came to town yesterday and eslled at the t Gase once. The Judge is ailed Judge becasme he is not a Judge. t He deoee education, deeluring that a it is a rmsally invention brought d about by men who are trying to u chet honest people. "'ve come up for a purpose, , ea'lemen." he said, throwing his saddle-bse on the uoor and wiping a the perspiration from his fees with e a handful of clippings which he t. anked up, to the hroror t the edi- I tor. "'Ye, Ive come up for a par- o pome," sad he tore the fntiroie,. h from anew magazine and wiped the a beek of his neck 'I hlt my hand- 5 shebe at hora.. ay, I want you f: to use your inatence in getting me h on the juat in the Garield ease. Tou know when they ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 October 1881

HE 8 P. TAMM Y FARMER J E. SMITH . . o , a W. G. KENTZEL. ...... .oB &ad Business Maagaor. d COVINGTON. LA.: SATUDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1881. b 4O cial Journal of the Parish of 8t. Tammany. SUIISSURIPTIrON RATES 4)ne Copy, one year................ 00 One copy, six months. ........... 1 00 )ne copy, three months........... 50 Sereral contributions crowded as out this week. E We learn that Mr. Jack Pelloat has been seriously ill this week. Early risers inform us that there e was a light frost last Wednesday " morning. a ltev. 0. T. Vickers publishes his list of appointments for November in another column. We learn that a cotton seed oil mnill will soon be in operation in c' Washington Parish. * Thirty-sever true bills were found A by the Grand Jury, at the late ses sion of the District Court. Mr Spicer Jones, a citizen St. JameParish, has discovered a pro. - -esa of making sugar from pump. - kine. A pleasant re-union of young folks occurred at the residence of h Mrs. E. J. Smith last We...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 October 1881

lTHE ST. T MMANY FARMERF Covswiagto October 29, 1881 . ~---. * Clubbing Arrangement. 'We will send the Xew Orleans WEEK LY DEMOCRAT the St. Tammany FARMER, a beautifully Illustrated Almanac, and Dr. Kendall's Treatise en the Horse, to any address, one year, for $2 25, free of postage. Subscriptions muast be paid Iamxriably in adrnce. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. Wb publisl Marriage and Death No tib.s is the 'alrs p oef charge They must be written plainly, and sent in by six o'clock Friday evening. Con gratuiatory remarks and obituaries will echged for at our regular advertising Religious Notice. List of church appointments for St. Tammany parish, in November. Closing round. Sharp's Schoolhosue, Saturday, Nov. 5. I. andeville, Sunday, Nov. 6, at 11 a. m. Bayou Lacombe, same day, at 4 p. m. Bogue Chitto, Saturday, Nov. 12. I Parkersville, Sunday, Nov. 13, at ii 11 a.m. t Abney's, same day, at 4 p. m. Germantown, Sunday, Nov. 20, N at 11 a m. Pae's Schoolhouse, same dry, at ilk-past 3 p. tm. ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 October 1881

ST. TAXIANY PARISH. ITS LOCATION - HEALTH - PRODUCTS-3MANUFAC TURING AND AGRI CULTURAL AD VANTAGES. ETC. St Tammany parish i located twenty-two miles north of New Or leans. CovimgtoL, the eounty site, is ten miles further north, in the interior, and is delightfully located on the Bogue Falia. 1UMIGRAkNTS, w9'i a small amount of ecpital and a fair supply of industry and perse verance, eannot possibly do better than loeate in oar parish. The clio mate is as ine as any in the world. The winters are generally mild, and snow rarely falls. Spring opens early in Febrary,. with blossoms on the peach and quince trees, and regetatioa comes rapidly forward. The heat of summe_ is moderate, and the unfailing breezes of the evening refresh man and beast after the labors of the day. THE SOIL is very producetive, and admirably adapted for raising sugar cane, out ton, oats, orn, rise, peanuts, etc. The vine is indigenous, and yearly bears large harvests of delicious fruit. Oranges, pears, peach, plu...

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. — 5 November 1881

"Th Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 7; COVINGaTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 5. 1881. NO; 41 SuesaxEoN or JAMEs P. Cuoss. fated ofLouisisna, parish of bt. Tan many.ghteenth Judicial Distri, court, By virte of an order of sale from the honorable the aforesaid court bearing date the 21st day of October 1881, and to me directed. I wil proceed to" sell at public auc * ion, at the last residence of the late James P.. Cross is the town of Mande. vile, Parish apd. State aforesaid, or BATORDAy, thp 26th day of No vember, A. 1). 1881, between legs sale aours, the following described property, to-wit: I. Sqpra No, 82, situated in the sai town o1 M hdevlile. 8 S8quare Nb. 8J. situated in the said town of Mlandeville. 3. One lioie eat buggy. 4 One .lot, of farming utensils. con. misting of .'hoed 1 rake and 1scythe. . One axe and 1 cart hook. &. One heating stove. Terms of ,ai--Cash. W. B. Coor. Sheriff. Covi...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 5 November 1881

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER. J E. SMITH ....... Paomnrron W. G. KENTZEL .....4..~o &rd Business Mamaeer. ISwUED EVERY SATUWIIAY. OAoial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. SUBSCtIPTIONJ RATES One copy, one year ............$2 00 One copy, six months. ........... 1 00 One copy, three months........... 50 COVINGTON. LA. : ATURIDAY, IOVEXBEU 5, 1881. Frost yesterday morning. This is Sne weather for sugar eae. Sheriffs sale at the Courthouse to-day, ease of Richard Flowers & Co. vs. Wi. Badon. Mr. Oscar M. rtha, a citizen of Covington, and a cooper by trade, died last Saturday evening. Coun. Minma.-The regular monthly meeting of the Town Conmoilwill be held next Wednas day enebag, at 7 o'clock sharp. J.adge Thompson will proceed to Port Vincent next Monday, for the purpose of sitting in judgment on the ainenrand litigants of Old Liv Mr. Milton Burns informs us that be has been kept very busy lately ginning cotton. He will probably commence grinding cane in a week ortwo. Chubby Hill...

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. — 5 November 1881

THE ST. TAM!INY FARMER' Covimatea, November 5, 1SsL Clubbing Arrangement. We will send the New Orleans WEEK LY DEMOCRAT the St. Tammany FARMER, a beautifully illustrated Almanc, sand Dr. Kendall's Treatise on the Hore, to any address, one year, for s2 25, free of postage. Subscriptions must be said iaweriej bisadvme MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. We publish Marriage and Death No ties in the Fana free of ar They must be written plainly, and sent in by six o'clock Friday evening. Con gratulatory remarks sad obituaries will be charged for at our regular advertising rates. Religious Notie.. List of church appointments for St. Tammany parish, in November. Closing rounad. Sharp's Schoolhosue, Saturday, Nov. & Mandeville, Sunday, Nov. 6, at 11 a. m. Bayou Lacombe, same day, at 4 p. n. Bogue Cbitto, Saturday. Nov. 12. Parkerville, Sunday, Nov. 13, at 11a. m. Abuey's, same day, at 4 p. m. Germantown, Sunday, Nov. 20, at 11 a. m. Page's Schoolhouse, Pnme day, at alf-puat 8 p. m. Spring Hill, Frida...

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. — 5 November 1881

ST. TA XANy PA.RSg. STS LOC4TION - HEALT - PRODUCTs-8MAN FAC TURING AND AGRI CULTURAIG AD, VANTAGEJ, St Tammany parish is located wzentv-two miles north of New Or leans. CovingtoL, the .cuunty site, is ten miles further north, in the interior, andis delightfully located on the Bogue Falia. IMMIGRANTS, wsith a small amount of capital and a fair supply of industry and pei:se veranece, cannot possibly do better than locate in our parish. The cli Mate is as fine as any in the world. The winters are generally mild, and snow rarely falls. Spring opens .early in February, with blosscons on the peach and quince trees, and vegetation comes rapidly forward. The heat of summer is moderate, and the unfailing breezes of the evening refresh man and beast after the labors of the day. THE SOIL is very productive, and admirably adapted for raising suga.cacroe.ot ton, oats, corn, rice, peanuts, etc. The vine is indig.ab (. d4 dyearly bears large har ast of delicious fruit. Oranges. pe .p m, quinces, ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 November 1881

STanmmaq Far mr. MTm.. Dimgs d oeurummut Like tnb lawv from ~swe.i, ous lmsu Alike U% a theh sal the Pmos." VOL.7. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., WOVEMBER 12. 1881. NO.42 .- * WHOSE FAULT WAS [IT? When I was a little girl, we were in thethabit of dressing up ghosts to frighten each other. The sheet on a broomstick often stood at the head of the stairs as Tot went to bed, and poor little Minnie was al most scared to death by a pumpkin, in which;'had been cut hotes to represent eyes and nose and mouth, and which covered a lighted candle. Then, too, we sometimes would tell our mother that a lady was W~itiug for her in the parlor, and on going in she would find a bolster attired in her own bonnet, shawl andJress, with its veil down. At frst the elders laughed at this trick, and our mother told people bow ,very like the figutre was to some fatfsol lady. But children are prone to repetition. Finally we made bores of ourselves, and took liberties with good articles of clothing, and ha...

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. — 12 November 1881

TEE s F. TAMMA'NY FARMER J E. SMITH .. ...... -i.Erp W. G. KENTZEL ......Endon sATURDAY NO ER7i, Li 1u Council meeting next Wednesday evening. See Parish Treasurer's report, in another column. Mr. Phelan has succeeded Mr. -ai$le as ov.rseer at Sulphur *'3pwaugs PtlnfltAtibn. - Green Watkins, one of the oldest colored eitizens of Corington, died last Monday evening. Jonah says he is again troubled with his old enemy, "IR." He ought to try another bottle of G.'s W. on Mr. M. H. Tally and family, of Shady Grove, have been visiting their friends and relatives in Cov ington this week. Out of fifteen births recorded in last Tuesday's New Orleans Demo crat, there were twelve girls and * only three little hoodlums. President Arthur has issued his proclamation fixing Thursday, the 2th of November, as a day of National thanksgiving and prayer. The Covington and Ponchatoula Telephone Compapy appear to be quietly at work. So quietly, in fact, that we have heard nothing about it lately. ,.The me...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 November 1881

'THE ST. TAMAlNY FARMER. Covi.teo. Nevember 1t.. 1881. Clubbing Arrangement. We will seni the New Orleans WEEK LY DEMOCRAT the St. 'Tammany FARMER, a beautifully illustrated Almanac, and Dr. Kendall's Treatise on the Horse, to any address, one year, for $2 25, free of postage. -Subscriptions must be paid invariablu in advance. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. We publish Marriage and Death No tices in the Faaugs free of charge. They ,must be written plainly,. and sent in by sax o'clock Friday evening. Con grtnlaatory remarks and obituaries will be charged for at our regular advertising rates. Religions Notice. List of church appointments for St. Tammany parish, in November. Closing round. Shar?'s Schoolhosue, Saturday, Nov. 5. Mandeville, Sunday, Nov. 6, at 11 a. m. Bayou Lacombe, same day, at 4p. m. Bogue Chitto, Saturday, Nov. 12. Parkersville, Sunday, Nov. 13, at 11 a. m. Abney's, same day, at 4 p. m. Germantown, Sunday, Nov. 20, at 11 a. m. Page's Schoolhouse, same day, at half-past 8 p. m....

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 November 1881

|ha- m SUOClssIG8 OF IJu ES P. C~osua iState of Luiei.a, parish of hit. Tam aWany-Eight.esth JAdiei4 District pourk By wirtue of an reder of sale from the ionorable the aforesaid ouert bearing date the 21st day of October, 1881, and to me directed, I will Proceed to sell at publie sac sion, at the last resideece of tie late James P. Cross, is the town of Maede 4ville, Parish and litate aforesaid, on SATURDAY, the W6th day of No vember, A. D. LJUL betweep lemli -ale hours, the (ollowieg described property, to-wit: 1. Square No 82, situated in the said town of Manrleville. 2. Sqnare No. 83, scitued in the said 4own of Mandeville. 3. One horse and baegy. 4. One lot of farming vtansils. con sisting of 2 hees, I rake nqd 1 scythe. 5. One axe and I east book. 6. One heating steve. Terms of sale-Cesh. W. B. Coon, Sheri Covington, Oct. 22. 1881 LARD Orricg, arV ORLEAYS. LA., Oct. 7. 1881. j Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of 'his intention to make f...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 November 1881

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOLt 7. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 19. 1881. NO. 48 ---~~-~... .. ------ ----- ... -,. --aan _., . ~ PRIeCKLY BITTERS1 The ajeoritg of the WU of the hAeme body vte Ierom a derangeusent of the ivJer, afoeti.g beth thelstoeat and howels. In order to efect ca eu, it is ~scessary to remove the muse. Irregu lar and Sltggish action of the Bowels, BHadache,Sickneas at the StomoaP Pain n the Bck and Loa,e tc.,iadte tethat the LEver to at fault, sad that neatuor re quires alssitese to enable tjt organ to throw of impmrities. Prickly Ash .ittersreepeeoilty eompounded for this purpose. They are weld n otheir actiom end eeftf ee as e cure; are pteasaft to the tastekadt..es asilt bp both children aiad adults. Ta ren according to diretione, they are a e.fea adptascat rureforD epepsla, General Debility, sabitual Con. stipation, Dleeased Kidneyes, etc. As a Blood Ptriler they...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 November 1881

THE ST. TAM ANY FARVS R . E. SMITH ...... PaPRITORn WV. G. KENTZ ......... Ennro L &Ad Business Maagmer. of Is UEID EVERY ,ATURDAY. Oficial Journal of the Parish n of St. Tsammany. C SUBSCRIPTION BATES y ne cepy. e yer .... ..e......1 00 b One copy. sir months. ........... 1 40 one cepy. three months........... 50 COVINGTON. LA.: sATURDAT. IOVIMdIUR .l 13L . The bridge at Capt. Mdler's is in need of reptrs. The Colonel sppeared in Coving- i ton last Sunday. Robins have arrived ti large numbers this week. Grinding was commensed at! Sulphur Springs Plantation this week. The civil term of the District Court will convene at Covington next Monday. The Covingtoa ad PoodMatoUls Telel.hone Company reports pro gres-slow progress. Wild gase appears to be rather scarce this year, although a few wild turkeys and squirrels were brought in this week. Patents of all kinds obtained by Messr. Mann A Co., publishers of Sciente Auwm.ss, 87 Park Bow. New York city. See advertisement. Mike ennaesesy...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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