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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 April 1882

$ ST . TAMMANY FARMfER" C.vimst., April 15b 1812. StigiEas Notice. Ailat. eals for Covington Circuit: Peat Sunday in the month, Coving das, Ua. a. sd 7 p. m. eoad aturdy, Bogue Chitto, 11 a. m. L*d Sunday, Parkerville, 11 a. i., and Absey' schoolhouse. 3:30 p. m. Thlrd Saturday. Sharp's schoolhouse, at s11 a. m. hisrd Sunday, Mandeville, 11a. m., and yonu iLoombe, 4 p. m. Fourth Friday. Spring Hill, 11 a. m., cad Gum Creek, 3 p. m. Fourth Saturday, Apple Pie Ridge 7 p. m. Fourth Sunday. Oak Grove, 11 a. m., sad Hickory Grove, 3 p. m. J. J. Lovznr, P. C. av. Gsas T. VICPzm' ArronrMrxrs ron API. Madisonville, third Sunday, at 10 A. . Covington, fourth Sunday, at 11 A. . seet eeathk ad Geld Digetion. The breath sweetened, fowl odors frose the body removed, food thor oqmhly digested, good health per manently maintained, by using Brown's Iron Bitters. A true strengthener; a sure reviver. Crmcurr Count PnOCEEDDmGB. The Clinton Watchman contains the following synopsis of the proceed ings o...

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 April 1882

"HIIE ST. TRAIMANY FARMER Covinagton, April 15., 1882. It2MARRIAGES AND DEATIIS We publish 3M:trri:,e and Death No ti .,.. in thl, F t;;1ERr rr, rf clh'arge. They Ian -t be . Written plainly, andl sent in by six o'chltk Friday evening. Con gr.tiz latory r-nmarks and obituaries will be :uairged for at our regular advertising rat.s. Clubbing Arrangement. We will send the New Orle:ans WEEK L Y TI.ES-DEMOCRA T. St. Tammauany FA R.I(ER, a beautifully illustrated Almanac and Hand-Book of General Information, to any address one year for $2 25, free of postage. Subscriptions must be paid in~a.riabl in advance. PROCEEDINGS -OF THE PQLICE JURY -OF St. Tammany Parish. CovI.GToN, LA., March 13,1882. The Police Jury met at the Court house on the above date. Present-J. M. Allison, Presi dent; W. B. Rogers, Milton Burns, R. Galatas, C. Aulry and A. Cousin. Absent--James W. Smith, M. H. .Crary, W. E. Parker and P. Welch. The minutes of the last meeting were read. Mr. Rogers moved to strike out the ...

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. — 22 April 1882

"The Blessings of Government. Like the Dews en, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 8. COVINGTON, ST.TAMMANY P , LA., APRIL 22. 1332. NO. 13. LAND OFFICE, NEW ORLEANS, LA., March 23, 1682. j Notice is hereby giver, that the follow ing named settler has tiledl notice of her intention tc make tintl prloof in support of her claim, and that said proof will oe made before tlhe judge or clerk of the e.nrt, at ',.vinL'gtou, La., on the 5th of MIva. 1N2, viz: Mss. NAScY W1arIE, n il ,w of W. White. Homestead No. 14 h: , for th,. northeast quart~,rof setcti.n ". t,:"n"hil 7 south, range Iv c.ast, St. 11elel.t ilri dian. She names the followin, witnre.sso t prove her contianuis re.o i.l. n' upon an 1 cultivation of saial land, viz: B. Galatas. WV. H. 1t. Il n n,, Th s. BVashiagton and Paul D.taiou, of Mt. Tammanuy parish. La. ap8 .5t GFtU. BILDL;, Register. $5to $20 per day at home. S:tn ales worth $ free. A lress STsI s &0 Co., Portland, Me. apl JOHN CHAFFE & SoNs ...

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. — 22 April 1882

,THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER. ,J. E. SMITH . .. PROPRIETOR W. G. KENTZEL........EDTrro And Rusiness Manager. .Official Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. SCUIJSCir PTON l RATES ,lOne copy, one year............$2 00 Ote copy, six months. 1 90) ,oue copy, three months........... 6o COVINGTON. LA.: SATURDAY. APRIL 22, 1882. OUR AGENT. Mr. Marti. WVill is authorized to solicit advertisements and subscrip tions for the FAxnEs, and'receipttfor the same, in the city of New Orleans. He is located at No. 135 Delachaise street, near Camp. The oyster boat has again ap peared to us, gladdening the heart like a pleasant dream. Rev. G. T. Vickers will preach in the Methodist Church to-morrow, at 11 A. 3. Public invited. Summer visitors are commencing to arrive. Several houses have been rented during the past few days. A wagon load of fish and soft shell crabs arrived in town from the Lake shore yesterday morning. J. P. Exnicios, who was convict ed of embezzlement of city fund...

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. — 22 April 1882

'THE ST. TAMMANY FARIEp Cevingtan, April22.ý 1882. i Religious Notioe. -- elPointeutsfor Covington Circuit: st Sunda in the month, Coving LU. a. d 7 p. m nd Saturday, oge Citto, 11 a. im. ad Sun.dalyi, Parersville 11 a. in., and Abney's schoolhouse. 3:30 p. i. Third Saturday, Shmrp's schoolhouse, at o11 a. i. Chird Sunday, Mandeville 11 a. m., and Bayou lacombe, 4 p. r,. Fourth Friday. Spring Hill, 11 a. min., and Gum Creek, 3 p e m. Fourth Saturday, Apple Pie R;de 7p. in. Feurth Surnda.y Oak Grove, 11 .. in. and Hickory Grove, 3 p. m. J. J. LovErr, P. C. JRv. Gao. T. VICKEBR' APPoLu-Eu-rs ron APRIL. Covington, fourth Sunday, at 11 A. M MASocIC -Coviingr Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. M., meet at their Hale, over W. C. Warren's store, the .aecond Saturlay in every month, at three o'clock p. x. yo ou wish your muscular ssactly. Takem stren ofhend? Do you need a stimulant that is kiud and frientdlyhis to te brain Doyou dey tuire goothem leep, riches and heablood Then onuly Brown's Iron Bit...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 April 1882

IMC ST. TAMM-ANY FARMEP. ('orington, April 22, 1884. IMA -RRt:l1ES- AND DEATHS. 1Yl publish Marritge and Death No -ti: "; In t!ht- l".t'.u:u free of clarge· . Th, y ,, 't ',, writt U latinly, and sent it: by -ix o','l,,.k FriLday evning. (',n gr al. .atr- r- umarks and oblituari,. a ill -- arge.l ftr at our regular ;tdverti-.in, Clubbing Arrangement. W%: will s-n 1 the New Orltans IIFEK L TII[..f.N-DEMj1:1i:17, St. lam:nn:iv FI llARilE , a beauitifuily , ll:,tru.tt i Almanac and Hland-lnamk of th n: r:.i Infirmation, to any addrefrs one yttar if. 1 $2 25, free of loitage. Sul,scrri-t;.iu must be paid ina ariabl,'l i ,e,h-.,,.1,l. PROCEEDINGS --OF THE POLICE JURY -OF St. Tammany Parish. COVINGTON, L.\., March 13, 1,''2. The Police Jury :met tih* t( liurt 1u-aie on the above ldite. Present-.l. M1. Allison:, Pe:ji dent: \W. B. tlogu rs, 3Milton U-nrt 1. (ial:ttas, U. AunbLry avi .1. C.,;: in. Ahseut---.Jla.i(es W\. Smith, 7.. . : Crary, W. Ei:. Parker and P. \V.: The ulinutes of the la...

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. — 29 April 1882

"The Blessings of Government, Like the .-.i Demand Alike upoe the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 8. COVINGTON, ST.TAM A.; A L 29. 1882. NO. 14. $5 to $20 per day at home. 3Sn p'es worth $ free. A'ldre s Slusseo & ;Co., Portland, Me. api $72 A WEEK. $12 a day at honme easily made. A costly outfit free. Ad dress 'JUE. & Co., Augu.ta, .[e. NOTICE. The public are cautioned that the cut ting of timber. or any trespass on my I lands in tuis parish, will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. A. TaoMsoN. JERSEY CATTLE. One Pure-Bred JERSEY IULL, and a superior quality of high grade and pure Jersey COWS and H:IFERS, fully ac climated, for sale at Sulphur Springs Plantation. ja21 $66 a week in your own town.! a'neru's and 53 ountit ftie. Adlress, 1i. : HMIiaJET & CO., k'ortland. Me. LAND OFFICE, NEW O1r.EAss, L.A., l March 23, 1882. ) ! Notice is hereby given that the follow- i ing named settler has fihll, notice o,f her intention tc wake final 1lproofT ii support of her claim, a...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 April 1882

'THE ST. TAM3.ANY FARMER.. 3.'E. SMITH ...... PROPRIETOR W. G. 1.lENTZEL ........ EDIT And Iusiness Manager. Official Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. SC'USCRIPT.ION RA TES One copy, one year...............$2 00 One copy, six months ......... )0 One copy, three mIonths........... 50 COVINGTON. LA.: SATURDAY. APUI. L 29. 1882 OUtR A(GENT. Mr. Martin WYill is authorized to solicit atvertisements and subscrip tions for the FARMER, and'receipt -for the same, in the city of New Orleans. lie is located at No. 135 Delachaise street, De r Camp. May Day Monday. Ccuwabers have come. B!ackberrying time has arrived. Look out for the new comet next week. Protracted meeting will com mence in the Methodist Church to morrow. Oysters have withdrawn from active business, and will remain closed during the sunuier for re pairs. We learn that the Convent build fpg has been rented by parties in the city, and will soon be converted into a first-class hotel. Dr..A. Givens has be...

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. — 29 April 1882

.ITHT. TAMMANY FARMER Chinaton, April 29. 1882. 3ihgious Notice. Apintmnents for Covington Circuit: Fit Sunday in the month, Coving 4ton.l a. m. and 7 p. in. Ie's School-house, same day. 3 P. M. Th*day before the first Sunday in the path, at Madisonville, at 7 P. M. Seind Saturday, Bogue Chlitto, 11 a. in. flend Sunday, Parkersville, 11 a. m., and Spring Hill, 3:30 p. in. Tird Saturday. Sharp's schooihouse, at la. in. lird Sunday, Mandeville, 11 a. in., and Bayou Lacombe, 4 p. inm. Furth Friday. Spring Hill, 11 a. m., and Gum Creek, 3 p. nm. jurth Saturday, Apple Pie ilidge 7 p. in. Burth Sunday, Oak Grove, 11 a. in., and Hickory Grove, 3 p. in. J. J. LOVETT, P. C. .tv. GEO. T. VIcxaEB ' APPOITMEN.TS Foa MAr. Mandeville, first Sunda, at 11 A. x. Sharp's, same day, at 3:3'J . x. German Settleitent, Second Sunday at 11 A. ,. Page's, same dey, at 3:30 p. x. Covington, third Sunday, at 11 A. Y. Madisonville, fourth Sunday, at 11 .a. :. MAso.ic -Covington Lodge, No. .188, F. and A. IM., ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 April 1882

FI& ST. TA3DlArY FARMER C Soviu.gton~ April29. 1882. M.4RRItA; ES AND DEATHS. We publish Marriage and Death No tites in the Flr..MER free of charyr. They ,lst w,, vrrtt n plainly, and sent in by ix o'cl'ck Friday evening. C'nn gratllatorr remarks and obituaries will i, chargedl for at our regular advertising rates. Clubbing Arrangement;. We will sent the New Orleans WEEK L ' TIJIES-DE31/I.'A T. St. Tammalny FARMJER, a beautifuily illustrated' Ilmanac and Hand-Book of Ge<nrali Information, to any address one year for S2 2,. free of postage. Subscriptions must be nail in+vriabll in adrvnee. PROCEEDINGS -OF THE POLICE ;JURY -OF St. Tammany Parish. CovIN.TON, LA., March 13, 1882. The Police Jury met at the Court house on the above date. Present --J. M. Alliron, Presi dent; W. B. Rogers, M1ilton Blurns, R. Galatas, C. Aubry and A. Cousin. Absent--James W. Smith, 31. 11. Crary, W. E. Parker and P. Welch. The minutes cf the last meeting were read. Mr. Rogers moved to strike out the ...

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. — 6 May 1882

fammar "The Blrssing of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Desceni Alike upon the Rich and the Peeor." IVOL. 8. COVING-TON, ST.TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MAY 6. 1882. NO. 15. 5 0 $23 per dey at home. Sam gl_. worth 83 free. Aldress STarTsoN & CGo Portld 1, Me. apl $7 aWEEs. $12 t day at bouse eaitl a:t I l. t costly outfit free. At dress Tano & Co., tunustt. ite. NOTICE. The public are es.ationej that the cut ting of timber, or any trespass on mD1 lands in this p trish, will be prosecute.. to the fall ertept of the law. A. THaosoN. SuccEsstos OF JAa.UEL S. WEBB Eighteenth Judicial District Court fo the parish of St. Tammany-State o. Louisinapi-No. 149. SAll persons having claims against thi above estate, and all persons indebted thereto, wiidlease present such claim pltake sucha ay wests to the under srgned administrator, within thirty las. great the grgt publication hereof, at the town of Mandeville, La. Eowano P. WEsB, Administrator. " adevdle, La., March 24. 1882. .J...

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. — 6 May 1882

4KHE ST. TAMMANT FARMER. I ,J. E. SI.TH ....... PROPRw.ETOn W. 43. KETZ E ........EDrro And Busainess Manager. Official Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. SCUICRIIlrGON RATES One copy, one year ... ...........2 0 1, One co~,y, six months. ........... I (N One r:opy. thre.e months .......... 50 COVIT(NTON. LA.: SATURDAY. MAY S. 1382. OUR AGENT. 1Ir. Martin Will is anthoriz."', to solicit drvertisemne-nts and sulxcrip tions for the FaItEP., rand receipt "for the t same. in the city of New Orlealis. He is located at No. 135 Delachnise street, ner Camp. The Police Jury will meet next Tuesday. What's in a name? The Slaugh terhouse is a pl:ae wheze bloodless fduels are fought. Hon. Horace Maynard, late Post master General, died at Knoxvile, Temn., last Wednesday. A son of Mr. Zeitvogel was badly bitten in the arm by a dog belong-' ing to Mr. Stain, last Sunday. Raxovax..-The FARMER will take informal possession of its new office to-day, corner of Boston and Kempe...

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. — 6 May 1882

R ?. TAMIANqy FARTEPr. VeatsOl., Xa1 6, 1882. Appointments fr Corvingon Circuit: Firt Sunday his the meth, Coving boa11 a. m ,and 7 p. -- " Page's Sohool-ree. "ae day. 3 . x. ,hu.so before. te ir Sunday in the month, at Madiaonvif aP P. ith ,Sooond 0atirnay Bogu Chitto, 11 a.m. y. Parkeamilje, 11 i. Iu.. T aid Sprig rd iU y r1& p. m. Third Bturday, Sharp'. schoolhouse, at 11 a. m. Third Sunday, Mandevitle, 11 a. m., and Bayou L. be, tp m. Fourth Friday. Spring Hill. 11 a. m.. and Gam Creek, 3 p. in. Fourth Saturday, Apple Pie Ri;dge 7 p. in. Feuith Sunda,, O'0 Grove. Ii u. ., and Hickory Grove, 3 p. m. J. J. LovETT, P. C. R.r. Gao. T. Vacmuus' APPOI.TMEN.TS wa May. Mandeville, SagtSundav, at 11 A. x. Shprp'a, same.y, at 3:341 P. M. German Settlement, Second Sunday at 11 . K. Page's, same day, at 3:30 P. x. Coviagtoa. third Sunday, at 11 A. M1. adionvil, fourth tunday, at 11 A. x Hatnoro -.-owinatou Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. AI., meet at their Hall, over W, C. Warren's store, the...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 6 May 1882

HE ST. TAMMANY WP4BMERP <(a.S em. ay 9, 1s . MA.Ui,1.I.ES AND DEATHS. W. puhblish Marriage and Death No .ticr- 1n the Fa.BtU free of charge. They mlu.st i .* written plainly, and sent in by .i. ,'clock Friday evening. Con grattl try remarks and obituaries will b, i:.,.trp i for at our regular advertising Clnbbing Arrangement. W " will sand the New Orleans WEEK 1. 1 T[ WfS-DEMOCRA T. St. Tammany F~A IH.IME, a beautifully illustrated Almanuac and Hand-Book of General Inf ,rmation, to any address one year fom $1 23, free of postage. Subscriptions Siast be paid iwlri.a.y in adtvace. PROCEEDINGS -OF THE POLICE JURY -OF St. Ta .mpauy Parish. CovisoTow, LA., March 13,1882. The Police Jury met at the Court bhouoe on the above date. Preseut--J. M. Allison, Presi dlent; W. B. Rogers, Milton Burns R. Galatas, C. Aubry and A. Cousin Ahsent--James W. Smith, M. H. Crary, W. E. Parker and P. Welch The minutes of the last meeting were read. Mr. Rogers moved to strike out the resolution adopted a...

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. — 13 May 1882

"The Blessings of Government. Like the Dews from I.zaen, Sho,. Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." IVOL. 8. COVINGTON, ST.TAMMAYA_, P RIISrI. LA., MAY 13. 1s82. NO. 16. 05to $20 per dcay at home. :Sam pies wort: 3 fr..e. Address b.r.,,N &I '(o., Portland, Mae. apl NOTICE. The public are cautioned that the cnt ting of timber, or any trespalss on iy lands in this parish, will lb. prc.ecuteIl to the full t xte.t of tiLe law. A. TIl1,Mso. SuccEssIoNs o S. 'u.:L S. W:.I:;. Eirhteenth Judicial Distriet Court for the parish of St. "amuuany-State Of Louiisiana-No. 14;I. All'persons having clai:Ls against the above estate, and all pcrwns inlobtdi thereto, will please present sach clarim .or make such 'ay.-ue:ts to the un;der signed admiuistrattr, w;ithin thirty la.\s from the first publication hereoft at tir ,town of Malarevil,. La. Eowanv P. Wina, Admijnistr..tcr. y.. Manducfle, La., Mcih 21t. l s2. )LxTD OFICEe, Nsw ONW I.Lsa, LA., MAuch 23, 1882. c Notice is hereby given that t...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 13 May 1882

TI.l STr. TAMMANY FARMER. 1 JE.E. SMITH ....... PRoPzreron W. G. KENTZEL ........ Erron And Rusiness Manager. OfBical Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. SCI.SCRIPTION 1 ATES 4 iln copy, one year ..............2 00 .)n. copy. six mouths ........... 1 (N o(n. eppy, three muonthl .......... 50 COVINGTON. LA. : . SATURDAY. MAY 13. 1882. OIRt AGENT. IhE Mr. Marlin Will is authorized Pa to solicit avertisement4 and subII rip- inj tions for the FARMER, and receipt'for the nut same, in the city of New Ortean.. He is located at No. 135 Delachaise street, near Camp. Aunt Patsy has re-opened her be ice-cream saloon. She passed our tbh office with it yesterday. bo The first ripe figs of the seasona r appeared to us last Sunday. They to came from a tree on the premises of Mr. J. E. Smith. Mr. Heintz has had lhis ~Itie ca whitewashed and papered, and it as nqw presents a ve.j parlorical ap- p, pearauce. W4 So fºu' this month we have had .'arch winds, April showers, and a...

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. — 13 May 1882

APPaeisteltsa for Coingthr Circuit: Pirt 8udasy is the month, Coving "e.a,11R . e ad 7. w. a's 8ahool-h-eoue, same day. S . x. uadyy bhere the Arat Suday is the eth. at Madioaville, at 7 P. Y. -0-4d 8nuday, Parkersville, 11 a. mn., had Sprig mu, a3:u p. m. "hr Itardj4, Sharp's schoolhouse, at 11 la Third 8kdq , landeville, 11 a, m., and Byou teimbe; 4 p. m. Fourth Fdri. pring Hill, 11 a m., sad Gua Creek, p. in. Fourthatnzay, Apple Pie Bage 7 p. m. urth d, Oak Grove, 11 a. m., Mad iskor7 Grove, 3 p. m. J. . JLovr, P. C. Ra T.a. QV.an' Arora~. van MA. YMaa e , trrtSunday, at 11 A. . Shar same day, at 3.-30 P. x. Germgr tteI I ent, Se~ad Sunday at 11 a. a Page's, us day, at 3:30 P. M. Cek ~imm,, third Sunday, at 11 A. i. I Wrille, feurth Snnday, at 1 A. K MIlsu· -Covington Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. IL, muet at their Hall, eer W.C. WVarren's store, the aseud 8aturday in every mouth, at t ta eto'ook . x. am Safertuges Badeeved. Imsely severe headaches, con- ge 66tip of the bowels, defic...

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. — 13 May 1882

We publish Mrriage and Death No Bees in the Fanma freso chf se. They mast be writ plainly, and sent in by six o'clock Friday evening. Con ataty remarks and obituaries will for at our regular advertising Clubbing Arrangement. We will send the New Orleans WEEK JY TIMES-DE.JOCRA T7 St Tammany F'ARMER, a beautifully il:ustrated Almanac and lHand-blook of General Information, to any a.idres., ,ne year for $2 25, free of postage. Subseriptions must be maid iartrwbl, :.4 ai;.t tnte. ELECTJIOQ NOTICE. Whereas. it is pr.. id .1 by an act of the General A- seniejy of the State of Louisiana. approvel ?.iar- lii, 1870, that an election shill be . ic 1.1 ,n thle first Mony iv June of each year, by the qualified telector:; of the town of Cov i;gton, St. Tamulrn:y parish. La., for the purpose of electiiA.; one Mayor and six Aldermen, to serve a- aunch fior the ensuing twelve months thercatcer, as tle, law directs- Now, therefore, I, Winm. C. Mo gal., clerk of the Eighteenth Judicial District Court...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 20 May 1882

---" "The Blessiigs of Government, Like thle DM voa, Should Deauend Alike upon the Rich autbthe Poor.' LVO 8. COVINGTON, ST.TAMMANY LA, MAY 20. 1882 , .I_ A 2 0 17. - '.T. -. T.pr"w..,n..r,., i ...... .. ...-i .. .... . . . m ... . .. . ELIOTIOj NOTICE. Whereas, it is provided by an act of the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, approedl March lf;, I7f., that an election shall be heldi 4 the first Monday in June of ea-i c ear, ,by the qualified electors of the town of Co% ingtun, St. Tammany parish, LL., for the purpose cf electing one Mayor and six Aldermen, to serve as such tfr ttle ensuing twelve months thereafter, as the law directs - Now, therefore, I, Win. C. Maolgan, clerk of the Eighteenth .I,licial District Court for the Iarlh of t. 'l tamun:wy, Ia., in compliance, with the tttlh ,-Stion .of said act, do issue this notice, notify. ing all persons concerned to hold said ,election, on Monday,. June 5, 1882, -with the view of electing the above named officers; and said...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 20 May 1882

'THE tli . TAMM\A1NY FARMER. J. E. SMITH ..... PnoPamron W. . I. KENTZEL .. ......EDTR .sud lizu.iuess 3uanager. (COVINSTON. LA.: SATURDAY. MAY 20. 1882. A meeting of the Police Jury will be bIelj. at the Courthouse next 3MnJt l;.y, the 22,1 inst., pursuapt to adjour, zu.nL -r cs- - - We hiope the city japers will not c.myv the list of de intluent tux sales from the FAUMEIR, withoit giving us the ri..,p'er creiir. The Fighteenth .Jliici:d District .Court, civil term, ill convene at the i Courthouse iw this ci~v inext uon day. the 22.1 inst. ---·sl-4c-------. The voice of May--"See here, ,children, if you don't get your bon nets .and put 'em on, and keep 'em pon, I'll wear you ouut !" The new comet has failed to put in an appearance. We suppose it js a-v.iiing the advept of warmIer Rweather. This will be a more com fortable arrangement for the glaked ,ye. -The reading matter in our paper this week must be judged by the quantity, not the quality. Sheriff Cook's long-winded comnnmicuti...

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