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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 20 May 1882

bed in title L folio 150, M.kt lots nambers ten in iquare number foutr, dof ¶ ag, in the town of wm A. lots numbers asentMan, eighteen, nine Wtse and sixteeq, in square eight, in the town of Man .: js Bosa, one lot and .!itto on Lake street, in .of Mandevill. 8$9. Mary, fifteen acres of Md . . iumprovements on the west . n f.f Bayou Paquette, $2 33. m at, siseon Mary, three haudred i~g~of land, seetion twenty-five, - *ui: p eight, south of range east, $2 86. i· t.uniisou Stephen, one hundred Stw*snty acres of land, south -, % rte of the northeast quar ; "e t etson eighteen, township ;,rsuth of range fifteen east, D qMary, lots numbers one and eighty acres of land rements two miles east Laoombe, aixty-nine ceuts. P F, 1300 acres of land on Pearl river, $15 50. ..o ig P F, six hundred acres east half of northwest quar artheset quarter of section township seventeen, 'fourteen east; southwest of southwest quarter of seo ; southwest half and east 0( northwest quarter of town npeven; sout...

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. — 20 May 1882

~7fE ST. TAMMAXY FARMEt Covtwlror, Say I), 1882. :tiio7, Notics. Appoin:..,::;L :c Covin ton Circuit: First ti.u. 1: : tie ionuth, Coving ton, It. a i. u.. i i i'. Ill. Thlurs.laiy ,,rfo. ti,- first h.ind:ty in the .n.,t.L.. .t .1.t ti, .a itde, at 7 Y. N. Se:on i i .. .tJ. . .o.me (:'hitt.. It a. Im. Setcon i 1i . , J':1rsvile, i 1 a. in., aHa -lri., ih, :3:: p- L.. Ti:ir I si t: tL..v. -a..rlrp's schoolhouse, :t Ala. n,. Thir.d :::n y . trh ,viill.1, 1a.. at., and F,!irt.I ndA'... 4 p.Jill, It a m., anu Go (ra . r.e-, p. in. Fourtai Sbatu . , .opl e'i F'.1 ." i- m. Feurzi aS- I , l: (;rove, ii n. in.. aand .lick.iry C: r-,v,. i). ,.. • ... I.:vr, IP. C. Riv. Geo. T. . ..s"' A.t-a,,rxexrts :andlev.Il, I.r "Ir lay It A! A. M. Sharp ,s.t t..+:. , . at ":.ý) t.. a. iermi na .nttknaat. r secot.ea Snday at 1 A. 0;. jCage's, s.n: day, at 3:30) p. x, Covinton. third Sunday, at 11 4. r. Mahison:ill., fourth Suntday, at 11 A. x MAsosic -Covington Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. I3., meet at their...

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. — 27 May 1882

Ta armmaq __R "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heavens Should Dseend Alike upon the Rich uad the Poer." IVOL. 8. COVIN@GTON, ST.TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MAY 27. 1882. NO. 18. ELECTION NOTICE. Wheres, it is provided by an act of the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, approved March 16, 1870, that an election shall be held on the frst Monday in June of each year, by ,the qualified electors of the town of Cov igton, St. Tammany parish. La., for the purpose of electing one Mayer a..d Aix Aldermen, to serve as such for the ensuing twelve months thereafter, as the jaw directs Now, therefore, I, Wm. C. Motgat, clerk of the Eighteenth Judicial District Court for the Parish of St. Tammany. La., in compliance with the fifth sectioD of said act, do issue this notice, notify. jng all persons concerned to hold said .election, on Xonday, June 5, 1.88, with the view of electing the above Pamed offcers; and said election to be conducted, and the returns thereof made, in the man...

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. — 27 May 1882

THE1E ST. ArAMMANY FARMER. a. E. SMHITH ..P.....Pao ro W. G. KENTZEL........ ErrTOR And Business Manager. COVINGTON. LA.: SATURDAY. MAY 27. 188. ,Ofieial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. Tye-delinquent tax list contains .the names of 166 peraons, and the amount of their indebtedness is $1176 ý3. Among the eminent "members of the bar" who vi ited Covington this ,week, we noticed our old friend Col. Steve Mizell, of Bogue Chitto. From iuformation received, we are happy to apnounce that the fine rain of last Sunday extended throughout St Tammany and Washington parishes. In the Supreme Court, last Tues day, Chief Justice Bermudez ren dered a decision anaulling the pro ceedings in the case of the Parish of St. Tammany vs. Edmund Wil lis and wife. We learn with pleasure that a reconciliation has occurred between Dr. Chambers and his wife. A few of their numerous friends tendered them a complimentary serenade last Monday night, at the Joyner House. in honor of t...

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. — 27 May 1882

TINY FARMER "- man Robert Weems have our public documents. sills have arrived, the big bridge next Monday. to hang. The Sa sefused to grant him a "death watch" was set y, and he will not be. alone frorp now until when he will be quiet presence of the officials witnesses. * n Chiap. fragrance of freshly wars and spices is the -harm of Floreston Tax Sales --OF ABIE" PROPERTY. t b Louisiana s. Deinquen: Tax S. Parisk qf r. Tanummany. . irie of the authority vested i y the Constitution and laws State of Louisiana, I will to sell, at the front door of S Couorthouse, in which the Civil Court of said parish is held, lhe egal hours for judicial beginning at 11 o'clock A. x., .turda~y, the 1st day of July, A. D. 1882, p.1 oiotinuing on Monday and :a .ehb succeeding day until said sales SAre ompleted, all immovable prop -rty on which taxes are now due to the State of Louisiana and Parish A St. Tammany, to enforce collec ea of all taxes assessed in the; 1881, together with interest n from the ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 27 May 1882

pr i uts, Kay --, 1ses. Religinou otioe. Appointments for tovington Circuit: Pirat Sunayi in the a)onth, Coving al. 11 a. m. n.I 7 p. m. Page's Schoi l-. ause, same day. 3 P. . Thursday bnar - the first Sunday in the month, at Ma tiiouville, at 7 .p. . und d·aturd.y, lso,~ue Cnit:., 11 a. m. *econd Sundlay, Par.,krsvil:l, 11 a. m., and Spring bill, 3:311 ,.. in ' 'hrd Saturday'. Sharp's sC,lhhooehoR, et 11 a. m. Third Sunday. Manldeille, 11a. in., and Bayou Laceimlr. 4 p. n.. Fourth Friday. Spring Hill. 11 a. m., ani Gum ntre.: 3 p. m. Fourth BSaturdPl·, Ir'e 1. tR;dýe 7p. m. Feurth Sunday. tin: GUr l. 11. nm., and Hickory t;r,,ve, '- t . !. I. .i. Lov 'r, P. C. haV. Guo. T. Vt. rs' ArPPOINTM.n 1'.'s. MAr. Manderille, hrS cr'.,ly, at 11 A. [. Shnrp'it, Samse ,.. at 3::51) .. x. German Setttl~ineut, Secqd Sunday at 11 a.' t. Page's, same day, at 3:30 P. a. Covington, third Sunday, At 11 a. N. Madiarnville, fourth Sunday, at 11 A. x Masomsc -Covington Lodge, No. 188, 1. 'and A. M., me...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 June 1882

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the lick and the Poor." IVOL. 8. OOVINGTON, ST.TAMMANY PARISH, LA. JUNE 3. 1882. NO. 19. EIECTIQN NOTICE. Whereas, it is prqvided by an act of he General Assetchly of the State of Jouitana, approved March 16, 1870, that an election shall be held on the Arat Monday in June of each year, by jhe qualilied electors of the towa of Coy anglon, St. Tammany parish, La., for the purpose of electing one Mayor and ar Aldermen, to serve as such for the ensuingtwelve months th, realter, as tiie )aw directs Now, therefore, I, Win. C. Morgan, clerk of the Eighteenth Judicial District .ourt for the Parish of St. fatimany, La., in compliance with the fifth sectinn of said sot, do issue this uctij e, 4otilfy yag all persons concerned to hold said election, on Xqiday, June 5, 1882, %th the view of electing the above officers; and said election to be conducted, and the returns thereof made, in the uianiner required by th...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 June 1882

, P.ý tit', s MAN1i:ý "Y. i"A [cME It J.t. SAL:f I ........aurawron W. G. KlNTZEL........ EDITOR A limb of the law is a pretty staunch Reid. It is considered esthetic- to snore. Are you esthetic? Capt. Seymer informs us that he has completed the work of cleaning out the Bogue Falia. Position of the new comet-20 degrees wrong ascension, by 45 de grees over the left. We learn that there has been too I much rain in the upper part of the parixh for the good of the crops. The work of repairing the "big bridge" is progressing rapidly, and by the latter part of next week it will be completed. May washed the dust from its feet last Wednesday in a drenching rain. This month, so far, has been as fascinating as a June bug. The city papers of last Monday were unusually interesting. In their accounts of the Sunday evenitg base ball games, we notice that one of the players got his nose broke. We had another line rain this week. If the gardens in Covington are fair samples of the coLdition of the ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 3 June 1882

YANY FARMCE S WN QN MRS. ON. 4 by a colored lady of Simpson, purchased x h hat and visited It was evideqt that possessed a few airs wished to display over "My husband," said 'wanted me ter get dolt die, but reflecting bills in de bottop ob de gettia' sorter scarce uded to content myself hat." "Wall, yer was arked Mrs. Fennel, and 'ag to the door, she ex Tildy, take dat $1000 bill dat chile. He tore up rday. Dir ain't no sense 'cliilna ter 'stroy money way." Mrs. Simpson re g that het hat was a D lielightful Novelty. es prefer Florestou Cologne they find this lasting coin of exquisite perfumes a i fil novelty. tte. Tax Sales I" --OF- ho -"WX0VABLE PROFERTY. Bi dBae of Louisiana vs. Delinquen.' Tux . Dtors, Parish of .'. T:aunany. ho By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws la1 p( the State of Louisiana, I will of proceed to sell, at the front door of Me Courthouse, in which the Civil lat istrict Court of said parish is held, sic within the legal hours for ...

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. — 3 June 1882

ift; ST. TA ll.1NY F.ARME1R Coiuastoa, Juje J, 18S2. Letigious Notice. Appointments for Covin-,tn Circuit: First Sund.ty in the month. Coving tan.11 a. in. and 7 p. in. Y~tý's ."`tai- II'u.*. *,.tUh flay, 3 P. M. Thrslay oefre the :ir-t Sintlav in the In auth, at Ma:dison, ille, at 7 r. y. e-.a-t Saturda,, lioaue, Ciitto, 11 a. In. '.tnal Sundat, P ark?.r.ville, 11 a. 1i., " anid Spring dill. ;:: p. !t. Thir I Saturday,. Mhar:,a sch ,1use, at 11 a. tn. Thi:.l Sanjay. Mtuueville. 113. in., and iajoQ aacomb, 1 p. II. Fourth Friday. Spring aill, 11 a. at., and Glun Creek, :; p. in. Fourth Saturday. .1pj'w le :1adge 71p. In. Foarti Sanday, Oak (:rove, 11 a. i., and diak)ry tr I ve, 3 p. '. 4. J. Lorv.r. P. C. hEv. GE. T '. u.; API.IaraMENTS Mandeville. fir- unZIAl at 11 L. M. Sharp's, name 13. at 3 1 in'. N. Germ.an Settlen I.t, Secnd.l Sunda, Ra 11 A. '. P..ge's, stame day . at :T::1) p. 3I, Covington, third Sunday, at 11 4. M. MInaisonville, fourth Sun.tay, at 11 A. M MAsoNIC --Coving...

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. — 10 June 1882

"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. JUNE 10. 1882. NO. 20. ------ - _ ..n Parish of St. Tammany, State cf Lcnisi. ana. 2Noti.e to Parents and Guardians: THE COVINGTON SCHOOL ASSOCIATION, Located in the town of Covington, is now in successful operation, for a term t of five months, from the 1st day of April, 1882. The patronage of the public is re s pectfully solicited. Tumoa-Two dollars per month, pay able on the 30th of each month. For further information, apply to WM. C. WARREN, President, c Or GEO. T. VICKEII.r., Teacher. -! - $5 to $20 per day at bome. Sam Ihes worth $5 free. Address SinsIsoN ,L SC'o., Portland, Me. apl Proposals WIanted, For the construction ot A Good Driving Road i FROM MIANDEVILLE TO THE ABITA SPRINGS. ti The road to be TIirty Feet Wide, and I cleared of all timber, trees, branches, stumps and trash. Grade--The crown to he one foot higher than the ...

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. — 10 June 1882

S ST. TAMMANY £FARMER. J. E. SMITH ........ POPRIaEOR de W. G. K1 TZEL ....... .EDITOR And it'sinesi Mana.er. tol OMlcial JournalfJ the Pariah .h, of St. Tamntny. a ISSUED EVERY SATO.DAY. Fr COVINGTON. LA.: So euovin ton June 10, 1iS2. wil --_ _ ins Mocking birds, fleas and taxes bri are in season. go] Covington has $281 71 in the tzeasury, and no bad debts. i( It onls coste $5 to drive across bei the big bridge faster than a walk. lea Slow coaches can pass over for ing nothing. his "The C--," that is, we were go- i ing to say. "it looks like it might of rain again, judging fiom present Lel appearances:. the If you want any fine, artistical tO work done, in the way of frescoing, landscapes, etc., call on Matthew & cox Mortee, painters and general white- mi washeri. ' See advertisement. 1 WYe b.oa.e had too much rain tis " week for the good of the crops. If a the present wet weather continues E a few days longer, vegetation will be suffering for the want of sun shine. y The Polic...

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. — 10 June 1882

& 1 T4mrANY FARMER SAIID AY. JUNE 19.182. Sdelieate, emaciated and in isaa find perfect health, aire aeg.th and youthful bnoyan.r in Brown's Iron Bitters. MUrding to a Minnesota paper, man died in that State from what Am "pronounced to be leprosy by SPhyiiana of the most hideoup ap. lMaraane." A young lady having "set her eap" for a rather large specimen of th opposite sax. and having failed to win him, was telling her sorrow to a couple of friends, when one of thm comforted her with these words: "Never mind, Mollie, then e are as good fish in the sea as ever were caught." "Mollie knows that," replied her little brother, "but she wanted a whale." A Delightfu~ Novelty. Ladies prefer Floreston Cologne Aeeaase they find this lasting com biariaon of exquisite perfunupe a ,delightfl novelty. $t4te Tax Sales S--OF IEOVABLE . PEoPERTY. 8Aske of Lodision vs. squ7aq lhe ,keor., Parisa , . Ta.usey. By virtue of the authority vested ia me by the Constitution aqd laws of the State of Louisi...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 10 June 1882

AHE ST. TAM.tfANV FARMER. J. E. SMITH .......soPRE-roT 'W:. G. G. KENTZEL .... .EIrroR Alid Halsiness Manager. Ofriciai Journal of the Pariah of St. Tammany. Cor.'inaton, June 10, ISi2. MAsoNIC -Covington Lodge, No. 38q8, F. and A. M., meet at their Haili. ovoj" W. C. Warren's store, the F-"* ,n S.atur lay in every montb, at 7:'1) P. u. IM~iARItAGES AN I) IEATHS. o.p puhlislh Marriag an.] Death ~.n tiM, In the PLUM:EKtm f', ,r, ! l,,try*!. Tl'hety mu:i.t be writtet: plainly, and s-tpt in by six o'clock Fr:layv eveoing. Co( er t ulatory remarks aul obituaries will b. *lhargel for ht cuar reula.r a leritising rat s. Clubbing Arrangement. ' will send the X.w Orleans WEEK I. l TIMIES-DEM.OCRAT, st. Tammany F. ?:.IIER, a beautifully illustrated Almanac and Hand-Book of General JInformation, tc any address one year for $'2 2, free of postage. Subscriptions mast be Paid infrer:u i/ n a"b re. TERMS nF COURT. CIRCUIT COURT. St. Tammany P1'arish.-Fourth 'honmday in February and fourth 3ionday...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 June 1882

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon thie Rich and the Poor." VOL. S. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. JUNE 17. 1882. NO. 21. IParish of St. Tammany, State of Louisi ana. .Notice to Par,;its and Guardians: T HE COVINGTON SCHOOL ASSOCIATION, Located in the town of Covington, is now in successful operation, for a term of five months, from the 1st day of April, 1882. The patronage of the public is re s pectfully solicited. Tcrrox--Two dollars per month, pay able on the 30th of each month. For further information, apply to Wx. C. WARREN, President, Or GEO. T. VICKER.I, Teacher. $5 to $20 per day at home. Sam ]ldes worth e3 free. Address SriTsov l C'o., Portland, Me. apl SJ.THOMSON & BROS., Importers and Dealers in Carriage and Wagon Makers Material. And manu.acturers of LIGHT CARRHIAt.E5. AND SPINtG WAGONS LOG-CART HUBS, SPOKES AND FELLOES, AND WHEELS MADE TO O4DER. All at reasonable prices. N os. 68 and 70 South Rampart street, Betwee...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 June 1882

'TF ST. TAMMANY FARMER. J. E. SMITH ....... PROPRETOR W. G. KENTZEL........ EDITOR S.UBSCRIPTJC.N RATES One copy, one yer .... ...........$200 "ne copy, six months. ........... 1 00 One copy, three months........... 50 COVINGTON. LA.: Coy in.ton, Jlsae 17, 1882. Ripe watermelons have made their ap pearance in Covington. a. Major J. R. Hosmer's residence, north of Covington, has just been repainted, * and presents a fine ,'ppearance. Mr. F. A. Guyol, who was appointed to examine the books of the tax collector and the late parish treasurer, informs us that he -viii have his report ready for I publication next week. Onr young friend Charlie Frederick, of'Covungton. has taken the advice of the late Horace Greeley, and -'gone West." He is n'ow in Utah, among the Mormons, where he'will probably settle down, get married a few times, and grow up with the country. He has our thanks for late Utah and Montana papers. Covington is fast filling up with sum mer visitors, t'he fame of our town, as...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 June 1882

S iber writes is follows.: * eI a .t once my appetite and Ptrergthgreatly improved; my ex Peotration less painful ahd less copiom; 'my cough less trouble Some; my sleep sound, refreshing and dreamless; my nervousness is all gone; my breathing less diffi a 'lt; my heart's action more rega lar; my backache less severe; my digestion improved; rzy urine clear and voided without pain; my spirits srore exuberant; my mind perfect ly at ease; and yet I have only used half a bottle of Brown's Iron Bit Twar T TurTn.I Be especially careful to talk truthfully in your 'dealings with children. Don't tell your child yon will take his head off if be doesn't shut up, because yOu won't, and it teaches him to doubt your word. uJohn," said the teacher, "I'm sorry to have to punish you." ."'Then don't; rI'll let you off this itme," responded John. & Delightful Novelty. Ladies prefer Florestau Cologne becauese they find this lasting com bination of exquisite perfumes a ,lelightful novelty. State Tax ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 17 June 1882

a -e .fHE ST. TAMMANY FARMER At14RDAY, N.BE a. .1882. M.Lso.xc -CovinDton Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. 1L, wmet at their HJdl, over W. C. Warren's store, the second S.atur lay in every mouth, at 7:3t0 P. M. MARRIAGES AND I)DEATIIS. We pmubliJh ~ Larrisge an'l Death No tir·..s in the FA.n;: fire of ',,r,'.e. They li llst Ibe written la:tinl'. atll sent in by six o'chock Friday evening. Con gr.Ltulatborv remarks amtl ohituaries will h. char rged for at our re;;l.ar advertising r'.t.i-s. TERMS OF COURT. CIiUt'T cOriT. St. Timma,n,ý.! I'ari:-h.-Ponrth Mon;day in February and fourth Monday in July. DIISTIIJCT COURIT. Tanqgipalhoa I cri.h.-Jnry terms, firct M IIdays in Jaunuary and June. (,ourt ti mis, fourth Mondays in April and November. Wast nqon Parki..-JTury terms, third Mondays iln Janiary and June. C&aI.L, tterns, second Mon d'tys in ."1w and December. SLicinqg.iotn Parish.-Jurv terms, Taestday after the second Monday in March, and Tuesday after the first Monday in November. Court...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 June 1882

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Pocr." VOL. 8. COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. JUNE 24. 1882. NO. 22. Parish of St. Tamnmany, State of L.iisi rna. Notice to Parents aold Guardia~ns THE COVINGTON SCHOOL ASSOCIATION, Located in the town of Covington, is now in successful operation, for a term of five months. from the 1st day of April, 1882. The patronage of the public is re s pectfully solicited. TUrnor--Two dollars per month, pay able on the 30th of each month. For further information, apply to WM. C. WARIEX, Presidtent, Or GEO. T. VICKEIRS, Teacher. $5 to $20 per day at home. S$am 'des worth $i free. Address Sinsus & Co., Portland, Me. apl J. THOMSON & BROS., Importers and Dealers in Carriage and Wagon Makers Material. and manuacturcrs of RAIGHT CaRuRil;AS AN) SaRSiG WAGONS LOG-CART HUBS, SPOKES AND FELLOES, AND WHEELS MADE TO ORDER. All at reasonable prices. eos. 68 and 70 South Rampart street, Between C...

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. — 24 June 1882

TIHS 1T. TT4)fMANY FARMER J. E. SMITHI ...P....aPoParro W. G. KENTZEL........ EDrroi &ad J9gs.p.e0p Manager O oial Journal of the Parjah of St. Tammany. S UBS.'RIP2IOiY RATES .One copy, one year ...............$2 00 Oue copy, six mouths. ........... 1 00 One copy, three months............ 50 COVINGTON. LA.: Coviegton, June 24, 1882. RELIGIOUS NOTICE. Rev. A. N. Wyckoff, of New Or leans, will preach in the Presby torian chinch, in Covington, next Monday evening, at half-past seven I o'clock. The public are respect fully invited to attend. Guitea, the Stalwart Republican assassin, will hang next Friday, if not reprieved. St. Tamqany parish is not a healthy summer resort for despera does. Two of thems have gone Away from here withij the last ten dlays-Ingram and Howard-one ae shjot and the other hung. The .,me-Democrat, of Friday, says it published an account of the killing of Ingram "sonme time pga." rueas not. It only happened last Pedsesday, and the T.-D. couldn't possibly have ...

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