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

THE ST. TAMM-ANY FARMER Covingteou December 24, 18ss Clubbing Arrangement. We willsend the New Orleans WEEK LY TIMES-DEMOCRAT, St. Tamnany FARMER, a beautifully Illustrate# Almanac, and a Hand-Book of CGenera` Informatioc, to any address one year for $2 25, free of postage. Snbscriptieis must be naid invarizbli in ad mare. Maon.c -Covington L3dge, No 188, F. and A. 1L, meet at their Ball, ovrr W. C. Warren's store, the second Satur Jay in every month, at three o'clock P. x. Mr. Mbarti A. Connolly, a mer ciant in Oil City, Pa., writes: "`I inherited ill health from my parents. who were both short-lived. My wife is a sickly little woman, and has suffered considera.ly. We hatve Lad five children, three of whom died in infancy; the other two, a boy 4 years of age and a girl of 7 years, have always been quite puny, weak, and sickly. Some time ago I read a work that spoke of Iron as being es sential to life; that a want of iron in the blood was the principal cause of ill health. Shortly 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. — 24 December 1881

'THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER •Ceviatem, n Uceau'esr ,1. I44I religious Notice. Religious services for December, St. Tammany parish: At Mandeville, Onet Sunday, De ~cember 4, at 11 A. x. At Bayou Lacombe, same day, at 4P. IL At Germantown, second Sunday, December 11, at 11 A. x. At Page's, same day, at 3:30 r. x. At Madisonville, third Sunday, December 18, at 11 A. x At Covington, fuorth Sunday, December 25, Christmas sermon, at U A. Y. GEo. T. VICKERS, Pastor. PATENTS. R'e continue to act as Solicitors for Pat eants, Caveats, Trade Marks, Copyrights, etc., for the United States, Canada, Cuba, Engslanl, France, Germany, etc. We have had thirtuy-5ve yearsexpcri ence. Patents obtained through us are no ticel in the Scx..rairc AsxRIcsN. Th:is lage anti splendid illustrated weekli paper, $3 20 ; year, shows the Progress of Science, is very interesting, and has an enormous circulation. Address MIUNN & CO., Patent Solicitors, pnt, lishers of ScIENs.Tc.AMuraIcsN, 37 Park Itow, New York. Hand...

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. — 7 January 1882

"The Blemings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Shoula Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 7. COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JANUARY 7. 188 2. O. 50 TE LIVR AND ITS.FUMCTIOS. T haibecome a well establhed tac that the Slarger porton of disees to which the hunro -omedeceaemeestotthebIe. "lgen is ot. o.n the larsl, hutat theme. Irme one of the mot Impertea. Tu venoas Mood on te rs tbr brtothert. n through this orga. and n its pesem the pitee.aslo the Mecrtm bhiohare neer for ditselona well u for a tito t th renewal waste a t elo.reelmioElAe. Fzomthet.tL e i.e1 tefthM Llvg li.b 1 to eot at of order to a wKID hoS ths ocurs It I iap~ffor it wfifto U.oe of re er fro the blood. bataEllowal to t 5 mtg carrjiwthtt thei poib sid which S ho bee. relieved. es l°..e _ sor s thMEYER BROHERS D LF. O. er oz0s vaar rofa r. DIAL CLYURE gll i co. end. lb euo e he nse owa wherever oemiar MD 8T ., 8 OU MO. AILDISEASES o ~ AND PROF. aa"rRIS WEAKNESS ACED SmUre n.) Pr..t.( Cl.t b ....

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. — 7 January 1882

THE ST. FAMMA.NY FARMER JL- - J. E. SMITH .... .PoPRarro W. G. KENTZEL ...... ErroRn Amd Business Manager. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. O ofial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One ewpy, one year.... ........... $200 ae oopy, six months. ........... 1 00 One copy, three months........... 50 MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. We publish Marriage and Death No ieeu inthe Famcn freeo dharg They must be written plainly, and sent in by six o'clock Friday evening. Oon -ory remarks' and obituaries will aged d for at our regular advertising COVINGTON. LA.: 3ATEUDAY, JANUARY 7, 1888. Guitean had over 1000 visitors New Year's Day. Mardi Gras is drawing near, but we have received no communication from his Majesty, "Reo." The New Orleans Obserwr died with the old year, and has been moooeeded by the Bepulicas. Charles asharp is now considered out of danger, so far as his wound is oonerned, although he is still very weak. The corporation of Covington en taes ,pon the new year with $183 cash i...

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. — 7 January 1882

TBE ST. TAMMANY FABMEB Coviat.on, January 7, ,18S3 Clubbing Arrangement. We will sond the Nw Orleans WEEK L Y TIMES.DEMOCRAT. 8 Tammany FARB3ER, a beautifully illustrated Almanac, and a Hand-Book of Genera Information, to any address one year for *S S5, free of postage. Subsoriptions must be paid inariabl in advance. MasoNo --Covington Lodge, No 188, F. and A. M., meet at their Hall, over.W. C. Warren's store, the second Saturday in every month, at three o'clock P. x. Consumption Cared. BALTIMORn, Dn., Feb. 12 1881. Upon the recommendation of a friend, I tried Brown's Iron Bitters as a tonic and restorative for my daughter, whom I was thoroughly convinced was fast wasting away inConsumption. Having lost three daughters by the terrible disease, under the care of eminent physicians I was loth to believe that anything 3 could arrest the progress of the dis ease; but to my surpriseo, before my daughter had taken a bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters, she began to mend, and is now quite resto...

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. — 7 January 1882

THEI TIMES-D EIOCR. T IT The New Orleans Democrat and New Or leans Times, Consolidated Decem ber 1, 188i1. A representative nowspaper must find its way into every husintess establish ment and to every fireside around which clusters even the umot ordinary intelli gence, Is there any quti*tion in the minds of thepeoph. living iu the South western and Gulf Sttt'-s that tho TIu.s- lea DEMOCRAT is that pap c: th.it it embodies is all of the elements and p,bsesses all the i4I qualities that they c n reasonably expect to find in a favorite jorrnai? on The enterprise, iu.sh and progress of the New Orleans l.r.e:a c.T during the past eighteen month.: 'I:ve. become pro- Wi verbiaL No joura.d iubli.shed in the at South has ma !e such progress in the ve, same period of time. 'rTe N~w Orleans Tiames Las beien t;,r manivy years recoc nized a. one of tihe leading journals in nit th co ntry. Ti The c.insolitdate1 issue, TaE TIEs- - DEMOCRAT, will (emfildy tIhe best ele ments, the highest virtues 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 January 1882

"The Bleuings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rieh and the Poor." VOL. 7. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JANUARY 14. 1882. 11O. 51 - m u n o.. . . . . . . . . . mn n l u nn uu n S.AND OFFICE, NEW ORLEAN, L., December 23, 1881. Notice is hereby given that the fol •owing named settler has filed notice of this intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof -will be made before the Judge qr Clerk of the Court, at Covington, a., on Mon day, February 6, 1882, viz: JAxas BrYa, Homestead No. 4290, for 'the north half of the northeast quarter, .and seotheast quarter of the northeast ,qunarter, of section 32, township 5, south ,ranlge 12 east, St. Helena meridian. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Henry Duch, Charles Duch, Joseph Ryan and Harry Dach, of St. Tammany 'sl8h La. ,j7 5t Gao. BAdLrA, Register. Lran Omrce, NEw ORLEANs, LA., Dec. 12, 1881....

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 January 1882

STHE`ST. TAMMANY FA IMER J. E. SMITH .....'orron W. G. KENTZEL ...... Eurron And Business Manager. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. OfMoial Journal of the Parish of 8t. Tammany. SUBSCBIPTION BATES One oopy, op s yer.... .....,..... 00 One oopy, ei months. ........... 1 00 One eopy, tare monats........... 0o MARRMIAES AND DEATHS. We publih Marriag and Death No. Htles #o e FAamu a feo coagse. They must be writtep plainly and aent in by six o'look Friday evening. Con. remarks d obituaries will h I for at our regular advertising COVINGTON, LA.: SATURDAY, JAJUARY 14. 1883 And now the voice of the "spring iebede" is heard in the land. The Betna Bouge Cqitiihan has been ebhaged from a tri-weekly to a daily. Pring the past week the weather has been as warm as August and as wet as April. Mr. Milton Burns, of Chubby Hill hlantation, nform as that he is till busy ginning cotton. The Baton Rouge Capitolis says the State House will be ready for ecmupation in a few weeks. The increase in business failuree ...

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 January 1882

THE ST. TAMMAN FARMER Cevinatos January 14,1882 Clabbing Arrangement. We willsend the NewOrleans WEEK iT TdIES-DEMOCRAT St. Tammany PARMER, a beautifully ill ustrated Almanae, and a Hand-Book of Genera Zaformation, to any address one year for S 25, free of postage. Subscriptions must be paid ivariabEV ia adtace. Masonxc.-Covington Lodge, No 188, F. and A. IL, meet at their Hall, over,W. C. Warren's store, the second Saturday in every month, at 4hrge o'olock P. x. Seekers After Health. Unfortuiates who are seeking to tenew their health, are many. So often have they been deceived by the advertisements of worthless .compounds, that many are discour ged, and refuse to believa anything they read in the papers. Therefore, the best advertisement of a really good medicine is the reputation it as gained in places where it is be ing sold. No other remedy ever dimsovered has grown so rapidly in i public favor as that true medicinal tonai called Brown's Iron Bitters. In localities where itsextr...

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 January 1882

THE 'TIMES-DEiMOUCAT The New Orleans Demoerdt and New Or leans Times, Cogsolidated De.a. ber 1, 1881. A representative nowspaper roust find its way into every business establish ment and to every fireside around which alusters even the most ordinary intelli gence, Is there any question in the minds of the people living in the tSouth western and Gulf States that the Tnas Daxocaar'is that paper; that it embodies' all of the elements anwl possesses all the qualities that they c in reasonably expect ,to find in a favorite journal? The enterprise, push and progess of the New Orleans DExocaIT during the past eighteen rpontls have become pro verbiaL No journal published in the: South has made such progress in the' same period of time. The New Orleans T2mes has been for many y.ars~ reeo. .uized as one of the leading journals in the country. The consolidated issue, Tar TRms DzuocanT, will embody the best ele ments, the highest virtues of both. It will simply be, without question, the ideal p...

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. — 21 January 1882

,, .3 4 "The Blessings of Goverment, Like the' Dows from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL.7. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JANUARY 21. 1882. NO.. Sccc-si.s or 3siair J. .ixox. Stat of Louisica, t rish of "t. "'ý - m.ny --Fig:teeIth Ju lic'i'al Dhitrict court. By virtue r,f an o'er ,"f . f-romi th hoaolldt: the aforesait er. trt. bearing date t,: 2-th dy I f D,.-nh.dtior, 18H1, and to me di-rct ~. I . it Ir:)aee.l to sell at p. li," u:ic tion, on the pre:u.! , i '"lho twjin , Madisonville. P.trih an . t.:. a..,r,: 1 ou e7ATURDA1Y the l1th da, of Firn ary, 18'l2, betwe !n le'al s~ls- hours, the following d(.-cribed iproi,,, t _ to- it: Fi ,r.i- .,t r : " wi h th . town of a - .. . lots Pus. 3, ', ; L, i 8, on a ,ian dr1 twv 1 ts. I. . and :ip.icita.lt in th:aoibc ! iin. .tc:i ty, a not prvubli; in the :iv ci New Orleans. The sai.l !lot,. Ni,. 3'i,u f form one of th~ coinr.; of W'.t r eandi it. Francis streets, Lot No. ifrn-ing :i . immediate corner, ...

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. — 21 January 1882

TAAMMAINY FARMER . _ KITHK ....... Porprlo ni LENTZEL ...... EDITRo S.. s Basiness Manager UED EVERY SATURDAY. r, r,1 Journal of the Parish .: ) .',,of St. Tammany. JUBSCBIPTION RATES o.:.py, one year...............$200 S '."opy, six months. ........... 1 00 .opy, three months........... 50 ,MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. We publish Marriage and Death No tices in the FaxIE free of charge. They must be written plainly, and sent in. by six o'clock Friday evening. Con ratulatory remarks and obituaries will charged for at our regular advertising rates. COVINGTON. LA.: SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1882 POLICE JURY. The members of the Police Jury of St. Tammany parish are hereby notified that a meeting of that hon orable body will be held at the Courthouse, in Covington, on MON, DAY, January 23, 1882, at 11 o'clock A. x. . All the members are requested to be present, as busineap of special importance will come be fore the meeting. J. M. ALusox, President. W. G. KEm rm, Secretary. It is the duty of everyb...

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. — 21 January 1882

-THE ST. TAMlANY FARMER, .Cevigtton, January 21, 1882 Clubbing Arrangement. We will send the New Orleans WEEK 1Y TIMES-DEMOCRAT, St. Tammany FA4RJIME, a beautifully illustrated Almanac, and a Hand-Book of Genera Information, to any address one year for $2 25, free of postage.. Subscriptions must be paid inrariabll in adtyckce. Maso.ec -Coy ington Lodge, No 188, F. and A. M., meet at their Hall, over W. C. Warren's store, the second Saturday in every month, at three o'clockk. x. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - V ACCINATION. [New Orleans City Item.] The experiments which have re cently been made with vaccination by the health authorities of St. Louis furnish an example of the slow pace at which medical science is allowed to advance. Eighty-five years after Dr. Jenner established to his own satisfaction, and proved by his experiments the efficacy of the process, we find the St. Louis doctors asking the old and oft-re peated question, "Is vaccination a preventive of small-pox?" And, lik...

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. — 21 January 1882

THE 'fTliE RS-DEIIO (XLAT The New Orlrans D1 not'rat and New Or. leans i Thht. . Funs lr..:1;io Dee'Irm ba±r 1, iJSS1. X representoaive' r 'wspnper miust find it~i w~y into eeery bustriass establi- h *ti,.u and to ovary fireside arounnl whiek is.{: "r3 Eeven the mcint ordinary intelli Ls tare sany question in the +_1 i3 ofthepeople iiving in the Sontb titern and (i.alf States that the Ttrejs. - X .Eaa~t is that paper; that it euio lits i .itf thie -lel:n rt anl 111j34P 10. all the ShtitS that they ':.tn renac.a.Aiy e-p). t AUAI tin .i :~orite jtxlura:? Tau ^ "i rbr1'X, p14.1 Wid :P~-) cr:"s of *.\e? i ti .1"R' DE..t Y'IZAT duri4.g i 33 _1tei i.n'nth.. L iv. ",'I'A/:A! iArJi x.ýýrbal *,'rarx.'.I ti i t has1 iEno 1 t ! h'V tr , u 1t '.t J.1. " t.-; 1!o Si:.._ l -is of;. ,1 ti c.e 11:n, tlc nc tA"' cA anti'. I.o c iN C):t iv.!.'! I i. t i c:l'_, l:. 'l - itta!:1`,'i, l':" ?i Ir;;ý i~~lt a rc "i: t . th. I ;'i iii ;t Tll "t" "i. i., lit tltýý:ttr t. `ýi< will . : 'iA "i o . t i .1 '-...

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. — 28 January 1882

4'f "The B ,.ssinss of Gc'ern'.-nt, :ikc t ,e Dews from fe- Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." T... . . A y PARISH. LA., JANUARY 28. 1882. NO.1 A:'OL. .. ( .'-',':N.TO',r, ET.~~~~~`:' T~_'' .L l~ J P R S -,L . A I A . 8 8 9 O S I 1 ...i J -' I " , \; ·I'tnit J. NIXON. T ii xi a t 'i- rf 4t. Tv u fi...ii . ý Li' :t eeith .1 'inijal District Itt- irtii .r'.'. to4iIt.l. r of sae,. l. .. _ i "1 Iý)...... .ari "r. :-. ' s'i4 nI ," ' 1r.Ai. "i, 1 Mill pr.r.l to t I i t jiliblic ane tioln, oil the pri.siai.i, iin the town of 11'i"? iin'. ill,, Parish end state. .t' oi .aad, n SAlrU t ti DA. the l 1 tb da·ty otf leb, arr. I NN't', l; t~. ",a Ii 'a1 site hours, the :olI llaai. 1c~. iaeI pr ip.>rts, to-wit: Fiat .-ertaiv9 lots of groand. wi.th the itnar. is.i:: tI. r, o., sitt 4i.e~ iiI the tosw n ofMt li Ion' iii p arish of St. ' Inl IU1449, ;italiCe f Lot iitpeta dlesignatel as. i,,t.. \,s. J, "1. 5, ";oiI 7, in '1 Suarc ; 3, on :trlptcal drawn biy Ca. hs 1 Zeirple ant .: ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 January 1882

J: H-; " . MTAMH £ FAR ;-.IL W. (G. KENTZEL...... !:,l: ' id HtuRiaees .lhania r SAT'!JDAY, JANUARY 28, 1i --2 The Colonel Samewhere i1 our culu.: ii to -lay will be found the proýux edig., of the Police Jary and tLh behucl Board. Owing to t!e et:'..lv,.ce of small pox in Covingtin, tle doctors have made a great nmany Iprsons "'.are arms" this week. If any new c:ase of s::all-pox ap pear in Covington,. Mayor Ita, dolph will urdlr ta yellh'vw i.ig dis played on the jlretisco., to aIt.itouic the fact. Mr. J. E. Smith infor::s us that hlie is no lotger a micA.ltr of the School Board, and that * is t'erv fore all error to report him ai L"oiS , absent from its imeetiings. TuC.1' a, o-Li..--Contlgrt .su:aln l. W. Robertsonu La..s ,et as t fee, p:trkages of taiiac2o scaLl, of t.t " (Big (;rnuco" variety. If auiy u, our readers desire' to c;ilt ivate tle fragrant ne ued, we will farnii.hL tieit. with a pac(:;;c of s~eed, frte oJf c,.st. Dr. Chilni,c.rs informs us that the small-pox patients...

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. — 28 January 1882

THE ST. TA3IMA.NY FAI.I ALE Corington, Januar. ' ' 188, F. --a 1 . ,I., 1:.-",' ": Hail, over iV. C. . arru . second Sat:: l:ay in ceveryv ,oni:., : three o'clock I. ,. SCHOOL :: Jan K. CovX.Ise,::, L ., Jan. 21, w-:. The re:;ular i:, tiei: of ite . lie Scho ',:i :.ar! w. 'c. l i. - ingtin on tý,- I: ) ; eu set.,-, ,,. t ; . * 1!{ tz, C. t5. JoVnei, J. 3V. \binu, (Go. ely .I Abse;nt- J. 1 .."ith. 'The miut,. of the last .. November 1', 1ol1, were rcad au, approved. The S.-ret.irv rtported th:d t Tax Collector, in J)eccmlr i.: t. turned over the followin,,- :u:lnia:..' to W. C. Warren, Trc.ta;lrcr ui ~,.I / School Funds: Poll tax, for 181...... Parish tax, fo-r 1.1 ...... " i Parish tax, for 1sS9... Less 4 per cent. cuimnis'n :1 74 Total........ .... :73 .'.4 On motion, it was r 1, At "l" : $400 of tLhe' ":LJ.ýE .-Jlou'i:t i L C.ri:. ed to tL. t-.-' id. The S~..c: tu'.. trt"s nLted crrt..A - cates o ;1" - .; : i. _ :t. I, quarter e_,; 1ia j 1: -_ amiounti t- t . ! 11, :._ _ , from th...

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 January 1882

T1!1: DI~UIOP &iiZXlT 1. j. ,. , ·:i.. . - .. is .'s' 1. tit " ' . . 1 , l it .I iii 4I, . '. "-. .l. - foI S, 11t4. Ut ;1 7.x.' . - 1t fora:: 1.l vil! LI[LED . ': Z r' ":": ir 1. i.", to every sabscriber of the Daily or tieekly TnrIs-DEMocerT. Send remittances in registered letter, postal order or draft, at our risk. Address all comnmunications and let ters to THE TL1ES-DEioCRlAT, New Orle.ans. La. THE ST. TA3I.1iANY FARMER -And the , "WEEKLY TIi.'-DP ,OCRf.T, or ne,.rly t:: " of :: ii : :.' : ,.ti . t a, . . '' * , (; i N i '' - I . , · .1 ~1~ t r c ~ p7 SST. TA.l.IANY PARISH. - .';J:TION - I EAjTR- : :'"'T --?'.rNUFAC i! ..:, ND .AR[ &: L ,l.\1 AD- ( . ; ,:,ny larish is located - :: ' .1,, i.. trith of New Or i-. '.: i;. t ., ti. co, nty site, , ,: ii ii< furthelir i north, in the -: t n . ,, :t[, t iý ud iihtillty loead.ed '.1.. .. p,.si-:.,v do better ,. : kat , : our ;,arid. The cli ::,t 1 i- , tie a a:y in the world. Tii,,. wi trs tar generally mild, and ,),\w r.I....

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. — 4 February 1882

. Tamman Farmq r, "The Blesmig. of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 8. COVINGTON,. ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., FEBRUARY 4. 1882. 1~. 2 VENIRE. Mighteenth Judicial District Court for the parish of St Tammany-State of Louisiana. Juaror d~wnfor the first week of the March term, A. D. 1882: 1 Zae Sharp, 26 W A Fontelroy, 2 J. W. Tisdale, 27 Lorenzo D Davis 3 James E. Page, 28 Felix Cousin, 4 R E rerrel, 29 Harry Bossier, 5 Thos R Crawford30U J. S. Pjol, 6 Jackson Lloyd, 31 Paul Laborle, 7 W. B. Roger,, 32 John Floyd, 8 David Lacroix, 3? Gibb Parker, 9 Henry Lloyd. S% H ]ousseau, 10 Robt E Williams 35 W '' Sadler, 11 Alfred 1.Crois. 36 N Quave. A12 John D. Evans, 37 Henry Stein, 13 John A. Barker, 38 Thomps u Parker 14 Wia. Gaines, 39 Wm A Fleitb., 15 Geo W Crpwford 40 C Rogers, 16 Taylor Davis, 41 Charles Voss, 17 Uriah Barker, 42 Emile Viol, 18 Calvip Tally, 43 Neal McLean, 9 John Slade, 44 Geo. S. Cooper, Aleck Bush, 45 Bteappe...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 February 1882

T'HE S 1. TAIMAiNTY FARMER J. E. SMITH .......,PsO,,anoa W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDnRO 4Ad Basieess Manager M rCN(UBIPTroN RATES Ode copy, one year .... ........... 00 One coly, si months. ........... 1 00 OUe copy, three meoths...e....... 50 COVINGTON, LA.: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY .4, 185l Get vaccinated. Baton Rouge is to have a National Next Tuesday week will be *. Valen tine's Day. How about that telephone line to -'onchatola? The Sd)lvan-Ryan prize d#gt will 1 take place n xt Tuesday. l We still have on hand a few packages ,f tobaco seed, for free distribution. -1 Pas1rdeat Arthur's son is six feet four 1 inches il height, and seventeen y.srt of Dr. Obambers informs us *hat the a sma-Lpo, patients at the Wilson House so All lonvalesc.ag. January 2Sd was the anniversary of *he great snow storm which occurred in phis vicinity last year. Oov. McEnery has appointed Judge John Wadsworth attorney to assist in the colleotion of ticenses for St .'Tpmany The Delanoe brothers have been re- a f...

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