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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 February 1882

a. ra ris ab Iheý hr. ill You will see the eomous 9-i- - f "the sessts yeoug an .lr1q for good o tor 1 fl Iirt with a a elotheslin.. has has hour - - DiiSUhlQ lbJS·0dtSOf m-.s will as Bailes'. Sowilelam yam en " F ~ihem as s glass iaapr tnh pills and ' aut h sspoon." we in the habit of wi1ba Ikh or a Carving hand-bon Meare ais toy said to have GOesg WealsingtOn isdoelainlw~io-a s blown by ~S s Sam rmn *A -s - 9g mawried; bais :s a n. bliss by li to the hvanesisl altar. els tothl powder or hair sdmlnfraiesm sadqst and siths- ead. Bn'eher: ,sgi.Jos o. ,s J a; o baksh a. s lm M Wi me' chops, I& Mr. 88'a ribs in the hir mi John (brl:)' sib,jstas aoon as 1've Yrs Mdr P'a le " arl.ir sagle. who iregulr r eebh month. ashl., pals Sad eaisated., awed with ash. and hol r oeas or two uietles F30aMZ8.ma Its ac* Ispt W nds It e -La The lordit Cj~...i ~ a..ness..h~ r..r OL~n~iir wild ~ r domasaeiaton in England el el~b lreo pectable and led by so Visoouauss 1opQI h do sway Cis eIa femsale ap ...

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. — 4 February 1882

'IRI RES-DI E'.gALP U ..AT •The New Orleans ,s.a crat an. New Or leans Tua-is, C 'as' ddiate.l I)eea Le. 1, 1. A representative newspaper must find its way i':o eery Iusinesa establish mneu and t a every di:.:side aroentd whicO cltatt-rs -:en th. ,unjit ordinary intelli ga.nse 1. t.tere an; qne-stian in the minis ofthepetple aiving in the Soutb western ami aiaii Sta..e~ that the Tulgs D,.lloc:ua is t.l:t payl, r; th.at it emnbo lies all of tee elea. at.s an I it ise .sea all the qqaalities that they e ta reaaso:a.bly expect to find an a ,av.r-t. jmournal? Tht on.ertt-,se, pD.sh aanl progress of the New Orleans l.:.tocnaT during the past eighteen month.a have become pro verbial. No journal published in th 8outh has madile such proce.s in the same periolt of time. Tue New Orleans Tin.me has been for many years reco; iize.l as one'of the lealing journals in the country. Tae eoansolidated issue, Tas Tz1Es Dst.,catc . will emboly the best ele ments, the higaest virtues of both. It will s...

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. — 11 February 1882

r`te' ]U. r r "Tm mi.p f Gorsawt, Im . th hws fomia qllmp* thoM mm k .in t. hr.' voL.S. oowINGTON. ST. TANMKANY P L, FEBRUARY 11. 188. NO. a VENIRE. tsumth JudicIal District Cour for of 8. Tammany--tit"of Jarers dams fLr Ahs frt week of the arch term, A. D. 1882: 1 Ls Sharp, 26 W A Fontelroy, Sl W. Tisdale, 27 Lorenso D Davis 3 Janes S Page, $8 elix Coasin, 4 iB Twerel, B9 y s Boesier, 5 Thee RCrawbrd 3J. . Pjol, 4 Jackson Lloyd, 31 Paul laborde, 7 W. B. Rogers John Lloyd. 8 David I aroiz, P Oibb Parker, 9 Henry Lloyd. H Rousseau, o Rebl Was ias 35 W T Sadler, 11 Aifted lJcoix. 36 NQuave IS John D. .vans. 3 r Henry . 13 John A. Darker, 38 Thomps's Parker 14 Wa. Gaines, U Wm A lidtes, 15 Geo W (mwveed 40d B Regers, 1 Taylor Davis. 41 Charles Vom, 17 Ur aYbhrker, 42 Emile Viol, 18 Calvin ally, 43 Neal McLea, , 19 Joban 8a4 44 Ge. S. oopr, JO Aleek Bash. 45 Beanett Bourse, 31 Crawf'd VWlims4 John H. Davis, u SamnelOewat, 47 Wm. 8Thompson 8 c. G. Jqw, 48 Le Dorsey U4 Joulie Cou.n, 49 B ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 February 1882

'IHE ST. TA1IMA1NY FARMER J. E. SMITH .......Paiwnweror W. G. KENTZEL ....... EDrro 4 md iHusAess Manager SCHUSCI:S 177TION BATES One copy, one year.... ...........$2 00 .One copy. six months ........... 1 00 One copy, three months............ 50 COVINGTON. LA.: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1888 ... -1--.----. Many of orr exchanges favored us with flattering notices, Upon commencing a new volume, for which we return thanks. The small-poT patients at the Wilson House are all nearly well. There are no new cases of the dis ease in town, that we know of. If Satan trembles when he sees The meanest sinner on his knees, With whata.mazement must he stare When Giaiteau bows his head m prayer! At Wilmington, Ohio, on the 16th of January, a child died that was supposed to have had the chicken pox. The funeral was largely at tended, and as a consequence there are over fifty cases of virulent small-poxin that town. Guiteau makes frequent use of the slang phrase, "and don't you forget ii." When the fin...

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. — 11 February 1882

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER Covismtom, February 11, 1882, Msouc.--Covington Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. M., meet at their Ball, over W. C. Warren's store, the seeond 8aturday in every month, at three o'eloe k. x. egis Nlotise. Appointments'for Covington Circuit: First Sunday in the month, Coving ton, 11a. . and 7 p. m. Second Saturday, Bogue Chitto, 11 a. m. Second Sunday, Parkersville, 11 a. n., and Abnev's schoolhouse. 3:30 p. im. Third Saturday. Sharp's schoolhouse, at 11a m. Third Sunday, Mandeville, Ila. m., and Bayou Lacombe, 4 p. m. Fourth Friday. Spring Hill, 11 a. m., and Gum Creek, 3 p. m. Fourth Saturday, Apple Pie Ridge 7 p. m. Fourth Sunday, Oak Grove, 11 a. m., and Hickory Grove, 3 p. m. J. J. LOVETT, P. C. How Womderful is Man. Man as a physical, intellectual, and moral being, becomes most completely developed in all his parts and faculties by using daily, at least one dose of Brown's Iron Bitters. Many thousands are ready to testify Ghat it is the best medicinal tonic in th...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 11 February 1882

THuE T75ER-D IMroCRI AT '"e no O lesms DIse sadm Nov or. Nsmn b. ComsadUai D. . * ber 3. lJt. A supeeesetagle aerst lad it way 1.to every bu elam establih meat ead to every iweside arouad whieh alsters eevs the met ordinary iLteall. gee, Is theme any qeestios in the Mnds of the le living in the South Wesea ad Q States tt te Trs Dmsaecat is h t paper; that it embodies dll of the elements sad possesses ll the qualitiwes Wt they omn reasonably expect o aind is a fIvorite journal? The eterprise Psh and progress of th New Orlemas Dpaoca during the pest eighteen mouh iave beeome pro verbiaL No journal published in the loath bas made sueh progree is the me period of time, The ew Orlesas T2'm has been for many yers recoi alsed as oneof the le4ding journals in She country. The oosoliedated issue, Tarn Tr s rpnonawo will embody the best ele mests, the highest virtues of both. It will simply be, without question, the ideal aper of the business man, the me hlo, plaster. frger, the family, the 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. — 18 February 1882

T ammua un "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 8. COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., FEBRUARY 18. 1882. NO.4 PBOFESSIONAL CARDS. JOaN W. ADDISON. BOLIVAR EDWARDS ADDISON &.EDWARDS Attorneys at Law, AMITI CITY ................LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tan gi pinhoa, Washington, St. Tammany, It elean, and Livingston. ap2 ly JOHN WADSWORTH, A.TTOrPa AND ' C.UNSELOR-AT-LAW Framkilimtem, L. Will practice in the Eigheehth Judi cial District, Will be found at the l.erk's office, in Corington, La., from the slth to the last of each calendar month F. A. GUYOL, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Orcus--Courthouse, Covington. La. Office days, Tuesday, Thursdays and _____rday.jeG E. R. RANDOLPH, LATE oF NEw OaLEAss, Tenders his professional services to the people of St. Tammany parish and surrounding country. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS, OFFICE NrXT DooR To IsGonax's CORNER Covington, La. DR. C. FAGET, A graduate of the Paris ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 February 1882

StI SfTS. -TAM.VANY FARMER J. E. SM[ITH ...... PROPRIETO W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDrro aud Bupiness Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RA4TES uQne copy, oae year ...............$2 00 One copy, sax WOpths. ........... 1 00 ane copy, three months........... 50 COVINGTON.' LA.: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 818. 1882 Strawberries are ripe in this re Peach and plum trees are in full bloom. Fine fishing now in the streams .of St. T;pmmany. If ~ullivan is a a.trd hitter, what kind of a hard character is Ryan? Capt Val Stuart Redden has our thanis for late New York papers. We s ll have a few packages of tobacco seed for free distribution. Hon. E. W. Robertson and Sena tor B. F. Tonas have our thanks for several iXteresting public docu ments, received this week. Messrs. S. B. Stanles and Thos. Davis were thr.wn from a buggy last Saturday evening, and both re ceived severe bruises about the head and face. Our neighbor, Mrs. Warren, has ,our thanks for a beautiful b.oqvet .of lettuce and radishes (our favor ite flowe...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 February 1882

Ila.m. 11 a. in., 3S0 p. m. at 1186 an., and ~IMt U a. mn., A dge 7p. in. 3p id im . m.. * I.vm, P.O. fromu an ox, ..byasaieal bye bve 2. TbJy have di. liee to be nighty, avgmu ought, mc t* be asleep. give swgee re gsemove all such -- a monau the * eeahbieh tbereis -one ipnaein8aee or rapidly in public of ,. Thomeson & hand deslers in car maher' material, atof light car rwagone, ,Noe 68 atree The i rabi it sof their Ur ns.e to the pub. sb a seepecialty of sth a larsd carry tmai line aof bsinnes, tes anre as low as the eb m a eat anext week, Stb.suity. paper, ptublished an, ad de oted to the maufanturing and interests of the South. roftb eahr.s Wforld, ohe iimulate the young toILth toe deeper inter *griaar pursaulb' offers pusmaum.. open to aa under satieen years -n ay of thbis Sothern bae.i eit are in eorn, Pnel, eane or cotton, by the contestant a chess O1h*20; for the seeond d tbof tools worth $10; for best. e sheet of cools SWlifotestants prefer it, wil be paid in gold, dth t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 18 February 1882

TWES-DEMOCRAT The New Odress Dmoerd and New Or amss THas, Consolidated Deera ber 1. 1881. A representative nowspaper mst find its way into every business establish meat and to every Areside around which elusters even the most ordinary intelli gence, Is there any question in the misdh of the people living in the South western and Gulf States that the TgOia Dssuo~nrT is that paper; that it embolies all of tie elements and possesses all the qualities that they can reasonably expect to fnd in a favorite journal? The enterprise, push and progress of the New Orleans DanocarT during the past eighteen months have become pro verbiaL No journal pullished in the loath has made such progre., in the same period of time. The New Orleans bmses has been for many years reecog tired as oneof the leading journals in the country. The consolidated issue, Tax Tsms Dgucaar, will embody the beat ele ments, the highest virtues of both. It will simply be, without qestilon, the ideal paper of the business man...

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 February 1882

114. M M-& FT ERtUZ t "The Blessings of Government. Like the Dews from Hven, Should Descend Alike u ea the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 8. COVING-TON, ST.TAMMANY PARISH. LA., FEBRUARY 25. 1882. NO. 5. PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOHn W. ADDISO.U BOLIVAR EDWARD. ADDISON & EDWARD Attorneys at Law, A.IITE CITY .... .......... LA Will practice in the parishes of Can pahoa, Washingtoa. St. 'aummin v. Helena and Livingiton. .ti ly JOHN WADS WJRH ATTORNEy AND C.OUNSELOR-AT-LA• Franklirao., La. Will practice in tie Eighteenth Juld. mial District, Will be foun l at t,. Clerk's oLce, in Covington, La.. fro the 20th to the last of each caleun,. month F. A. GUYOL, J~aSTlE OF TIE PEACE. D.rro--'ourtho:ase, covingtnn. L Oeioe days, laesday, 'Ihursdays alt SatarJay. je6 DR. E. R. RANDOLPI LATE OF NEW )IL.EANS, *Tenders his professional servicesq t Lte people of St. T'aramany parisi and( surruuustlang cIaln.. Dr. J. F. CHAMBElth OFFICE NxTw DoOR TO IoGRAM'S Cont.: Covington, La. DR.0C. PAaET. A graduate...

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 February 1882

T'.DE ST. TA'.AANY FARMER 4. 1. SMITH .....Pa atweumt ;W.. G. KENTZEL ......Eorrnm 4nd Busi.ess Manager. SCI'SURfPT.ON RA TES 'Jae copy. one yeA r ... ...........s$2 l, c:opy, six mmths. ........... I 1n ArJu copy, tLrer, m.,uths ........... ,-i SATURDAT. PasRavnY 25. 1eSs - - uL~~--i -~v . NO SM AILL-POX IN COIING TON. We :tre happy to announce th:t the small-pox patients at te W'i! son House have all entirely rectov ered, and the obstrnctious to thee street in twat vicinity have been ie movred. There were no deatha, asd the disease has nct appeared in any other part of town. We are lmrf~ito!y free from all contsgious diseass, and no one need hawte any fears about coming here now. . .ead sa the new advertisements in to-day's paper. The first March of the ieason will occur next Wednesday. A great many persons will proba Ily not go fishing to-day. We have heard a rumor to the effect that there will be fresh beef in the market to-morrow morning. This is important, if true. Mr. Edward ...

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. — 25 February 1882

5i .t ,, *r~& '9 *P., IP.C ELI~ is., No. oatA at 1~S attheiur the !ug sent in ia.Ooa. {ill of (haerr, ~g~i~ i aan y for 4?~~ ci~lP -oat. . o..c, Md.,, Bi,188L sead gea imadnueed by e.Sle a bottle of Foma the .o fee the goad Sinaand I real y:f oseo than ay* took. Mask. a heavy ~es built with sun i. a street rail driver ad as Iam paint woIman. neha idcned to aso 1racea at her face that she eoald read a boot. and then wesk boek." -lly the dramatisqt whea he says: "Sweet fwtever---tising." .ftof an indi.napo reads: "Wante d _o' buip here." apress gives the easallet advice: If Be in share., try i o other kind pay whenever a young aeLt be can be dipped the best thing for ao dip him up and eve r the back fence. sa Argus: "Great aid in the fewest you mean the remark I whr.bea saltting upon a.r·o~sde remanrked: the poke they chafe his oaso, i. a question Sta they explain iS a0obmet worn by oune s b~ds of anotber m ilRow's that? sow, that may be., u~s mt to see it be- j T"rhere is al b- t...

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. — 25 February 1882

' I'.DIRHWW- AT, .'he New Orleans Demoura and New Or. leans T.nes, Consolidated Dorml ber 1, 1881. . representative nowspaper must find Its way into every business establish tent and to every lireside around which ,clusters even the moit ordinary intelli ~nmce. is t nere any question in the s ainds ofthe people living in the South :estern aul iulf States that the TIers ")rnocanT is t'lat paper; that it emlo.lies .t.l of the ele-.enats and possesses all the q.ualities t.at they can reasonably expect t final an a favorite journal? lIhe enterpdlse, push and progress of t'e New Orleans DEaocsAT during th. ,a ast eighteen month . have become pro verbiaL No journal published in th ..onth has made such progress in the ,svue perio I of time. Tue New Orle.ans T.,aes has beeq for msny years r.:.:o4 ,ie I as oneof the leading' journals in t'ie country. The consolidatei isrue, TRa T.IYEs D~au.caT, will embodly the b:st ele wunts, tle highest virtues of both. Ia will si:iply be, without questi.u...

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 March 1882

"The Blesuinge of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Demsed Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 8. COVINGTON, ST.TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MARCH 4. 1882. NO. 6. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IOILN W. ADDISON. BOLIVAR EDWARDS. ADDISON & EDWARDS Attorneys at Law, AMITE CITY............LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tan gi pahoa, Washington. St Tammany. St elena and Livingston. ap2 ly JOHN WADSWORTH, ATTORSEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW Franklintoa, La. *ill practice in the Eighteenth Judi cial District, Will be fould at the Clerk's otlice, in Covington, La., from the 20th to the last of each calendar month F. A. GUYOL, - JUSTICE OF TtfE JEACE OOice--courthouse, Covington. La. Office days, Tuesday, Thursdays and StnrL y. Ij DR. E. R. RANDOLPH, LiTE OF :EW ORLEANS, Tenders his professiunal services to the people of St Tamimany paris;l. and surroustding country. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS, OFFICE Narr DOOR To INGAUM's CORNER Covington, La. DR. C. FAGET, A graduate of the Pris aild New Or lean...

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 March 1882

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER J. E. SMITH ....... Porams W. t(. KENTZEL ........Etono ttad Buasiess Manager. Oflcitai Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED E'ERIY MATURDAY. .SCHWIUIlIPlTION RATES )nhe caopy. one yer.... ...........8 00 )z ,conpy, aix mwnmths. ........... 1 00 )zue copy, three months........... 50 COVINGTON. LA.: SATURDAY. XAZCH 4, 185 March 4th to-day. We learn that there will be preaching at Page's school-house to-morrow. The steamer New Camelia will excurt from the city to Old Laud ing to-morrow. The captain of the steamer New Camelia is said to be particularly fond of Hanover turnips. Louis Barletta, of this parish, died soddenly at Charity Hospital, New Orleans, last Thursday week. The oyster boat has made two trips to Covington during the past six months, and yet we are not happy. Covington is full of mocking birds, martins and swallows (birds) and they fill the morning air with their beautiful noise. Orange blossoms have appeared on the trees, and are ready to...

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 March 1882

la m. sad idge 7p. m. aat er1 y - 188L P. Smd i l ta. ,heir HouraW. ' store, the aecond evry ioath, atm MARRIAn H DEATHS. We pub sad Death No 188, e sad a sent in by six o' evening. Con obituaries will caod rpeglar advertising Sew Orleas WEK No Lg' T. 8t. Taumany ti Ihe d-Bmok of Gbeners addres one year for * gn, Submeriptions Sa east Con-! S etion of all .that' . er disposition is mid cultured; ber pure-.ll beeause her srtored from usingl ittera-Commfente r of yacian ona patient ' e should ure it--I ameeting of the Police be held on Monday, the payers are notiled to ueenaem before the let of S e advertisement Msenrasr.-The regular gpeeting of the Town be held next Wednes at 7 o'cloek sharp. the attention of all per in the successions 8. Webb and James P. theadvertisements in an ~J.E. Smith has just received o of lour, corn, oats, grits. on duast, etc. See adver e VING THE PECANS. pink the pecans on Onion you say?' said an Austin yesterday to a yungo man sag led with pecans air," he...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 4 March 1882

THE STI i EI-D EMIOCRAT 11ia New tf rleans Democrat and New Or le.ns T wes, Consolidated Deem ber 1, 18S1. A rpt'esentative nowspaper must find it: w.ty into every business establish Ju *at an. to every tir.-side around which eItlsters even the most ordinary intelli g.in !e. Is tuiere any question in the mutt Is of the letop!e, living in the South -e.t ern Lu I tilf .States that the Tii.t.s 1 :~ a'tr txr is tI tt ltaper; that it emboolies i: l of tie elce,-in:- tnd possesses all the Iq alities that tl..." can reasonably expect t * i:al an a tavorite journal? rile, enterprise, push anti progress of t'ie NewOrleans DEMn RAT duritng the p tst eighteen month.s have b!ecotmet. pro ir..rbial. No journal published in the South has rmade such ltro:..,s in thue i on perio I of time. Thie N." v Orleans 7T'a.qs has been forr Itmliv .\.trs1 re..e,g tie..l as one of the leautmug journals in the coumintry. Tlne conslidlatel issue. Titc TIES D':ut.CRar. will ewltlody the best ele mlents. the hi-h'...

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. — 11 March 1882

4 " "The lessings of Government, Like the Dews from _He'Sen, Should Descend Alike uoon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 8. COVING-TON, ST.TAMMANY PAi HI , LA., MARCH 11. 1962. NO. 7. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SOHN W. LJeos.V. IXSLJVA1 EDWARD1. I lar 'ADDISON &.EDWARDS lc Attorneys at Law, !', AlMITE CITY. ..............LA. iP Will practic.e i. t', - . -cEashes .f) Ten gi +Ac pahoa,j.1WLashi:!gt-,. S Tan.i:an i, St S Helena and Livin. tonn a ly Es JOHN WADSWORTH,. ATTORLNEY UD COUUN::LOt-AT-LAW1 1 FIranklIintton, La. an Will practice i t.. L.htr--nth Ju-li- "'I cial Dlistrict, i.: I fnti al at theth Clerk's office, in c rin~,:ron. l.a.. from ,. the 20th to the. i.tt ;i te. iu calenldar to month. F. A. GUYOL, JCSr:t E o ".:: 'r :. OFFICE-Counrl t.se, (:Co.Igto. La. Office days, 1'ns:, "1hur.i:,ays and .tturday. jeG_ DR. E. R. RANDOLPH. L.\TE o NE'W I_)!LEANS, Tenders his p"i' .~-..t niii. s.ervi es toe the people of St. L~tuinany p ari-' t and Surrounding cO'i't1 __.!s Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS, '...

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. — 11 March 1882

ThE sr. TAMMANY VARIIMER. J. E. SE[ITH ....... PROPRIETOR "W.. G. KENTZEL ....... EUrTOR auld .uijhine9s HManager. O~iclai Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. IS,~TSED EVER:.Y SATURDAY. MCUIl(?IU/I'TION ILL TE'S O) le :.lcpy. one. yvar .................a O. 1 *- c,!iy , six lm thes ........... 1 ,t Oue copy, tilr.-e In nths.......... :o COVINGTON. LA.: SATURDAY. MARCH 11. 18"2. A pair of oars and ivitcnt Oal locks for sale. See "ad." The Police Jury will meet at tht Courthouse next Monday. The green hushes of the ilack berries Lear Brown's landing are! full of white blossoms alreadly. Persons interested in the succes sion of Frank Lenel will irnd ia no tice from the administrator in our advertising clumnru to-day. Mr. Hardy Smith wanits a pur chaser for 9000 feet of assort edt lumber; also, property in latsid,. ville and Covington. See adver tisement. i We had the pleatsure of meeting Major Chas. Aubry, of Bayou La combe, last Monday. He looks as.t natural as ever, an.ud ars his a...

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