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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 24 June 1882

A'FY FARVER SM. a~ at Brown's Iron Bit "-- . igelt the neraes and m win aw life and vigor, and d it ly diseases that other "ft to encroach upon a ke ation. ftPsagt arn m JUDGE LYNcH. O tadi morning, the 11th inst., Saigmo and by the name of Milan OW d brutally ravished a re pible l white woman, near the ..elseOsamw mills, during the ab llds her husband. We learn that h edeeted an entrance to the hoseb by cutting the fastenings to Nle Wildow shutters, and seizing Hdeh aseless woman by the throat, pk llIm ehed his purpose. He ls arrted and examined before Juties Gasman,- and there being a0 doubt of ha guilt, he was placed in charge of a constable, who S rted with him, on Wednesday, fo the parish jail in Covington. When the3 reached the bridge over Boafonca, half a mile from where they started, they were met by about sixty citizens of the neigh borhood, who relieved the consta We of his prisoner, tied a rope around the villain's neck, and threw him over the bridge. The fall was soheavy...

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 June 1882

MHE ST. T AWJA Y FARMIER SATIXBDAY. JUNE 1. 1882. MkASoNIC -Covinzt~toa Lo 1ire, No. 1 S, F. and (A. \1.,' i:tt t at their }I:!i. ever VW. C. NWarreufi ?itor4, the s c',ii S~i~ur Luy ill every inuuih, at P. laj write "u ;i!.tn1}, ani rct( ill 1.: AE I ok i'r±i1:tv t~v~ in'a ( tt :'. ' ::. tt~r. t(ti k t` 1.1 l::, l; lr iI' · '( ··; I·LI l: I : I. lz r it our i- -.iaj' i t erti1ILt TELit5 oF (CUL T. S!. Tat nti y,., I'arnsh.-FourthIi Mo.idavy in i'",bruary ald fuurtLh lintllay in July. DISTRICT COU::T. 7Tatgip):.,a F Farish.-Jurv terms, first Mondays in January and June. c;,urt tern:ms, fourth Monidays in April and November. iVashiºqgtro Pl'arish.--Jury terms, third Mtonlsays in Januat:'y andl June. Court term.s, secnd 3101on dlays in May and December. ;;ivingslon Parish.--Jury terms, T'lesdav after the second. Monday i l arch, and Tuesday after the Birst Monday in November. Court terms, Tuesday after the second Monday in April, and Tuesday af ter the third Monday in Deoemiber. St. T...

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. — 1 July 1882

r7 )ii - f#, l "The B1essings cf Government, Lik Dews frog Heaven, Sha.u!d Descend Apke upon the Rich and t'ie !'cr." VOL. 8. COVIN3-TON, ST. TAMMANY P-APR!SH, LA. JULY 1. 1832. NO. 23. t. ·51 ! Parish of St. Tamnmanyv, State of L ,uii tan t. .N',tic'e to Par.,/s 1 1" G ; rrtlins: THE COVINGTON SCEO0L Z.ýs80O.IATIO , Locatel in t:". t, a of ':i .i':. n. is now in suiec s:,ltl o,.,rati .:n. 2 r a: t Ir: 1 of five i,:onths, fr.t::: t:- !1-t . , .; ril. IM6-. Tih, patrona:_ t-, tlh ,:,,io - . re spectfully solhit-. 1. TUoiIso-T-wo .2,lar 1or month. :pay able on tliwt :t ilh of "11 h tnth. For further infor:at:i,.n, ,jiply t,) War. C. WA.ltIliN, l'resilcnt, Or GEo. T. VICKERS, Ta:rcl:hter. $5 to $20 per day at home. S:1in ples worth s fr.,. Adtre.s a i.-, x, , Co., Portland, ,le. al, J. THOMSON & BROS., Importers and Dealers in Carriage and Wag3i. .Iakers Material. And mauu.acaturers of MIGHT CARRIAGCL AND tii.IN.i \-AGOŽ.-S $OG-CART HUBS, SPOKES AND FELLOES, AND WHEELS ItADE TO OID...

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. — 1 July 1882

T;lIE ST. TAM3I ANY FARMER. J. E. SMITH ...... ..PROPRIETOR W. G. KENTZ7L ...... ..EDITOi Aund Business Manager ,OMcxai Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. SUBSCRIP 'TON RATES One copy. one year ...............$200 G.he copy, six months ........... 1 00 Q(ue copy, three months........... 50 gov.iujtp , July 1, 1$82. The sale of immovable property, for ielinlquent ta4xes, will commuence at the Courthouse to-day. Mr. Wehrli, the tanner, present ed us with some fine grapes last week, for which we telder him a hunch of thanks. We are indebted to the captain of the new steamer "Captain Mil ler," now in the Lake trade, for a copy of the Times-Den,.crat. re ceived last Thursday at 12 o'clock seven hours ahead of the mail. jMr. 4. J. Reynolds, of the Don pldsonville Chief, has our thanks for a copy of a beautifl 1ew ballad, pntitled "Little Mary Gaudet." Words by A. J. Reynolds, music by Prof. F. Blanchy. Published by Phillip Wehrlein, New Orleans. We have received the first num ber of th...

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. — 1 July 1882

'THE ST. TAMMANY FARMEP. SATURDAY. JULY 1. 1882. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. Did You .9OW It You can strengthen the digestive organs, prevent costiveness, diar rhoea and all bowel disorders, by a ,timely use of Brown's Iron Bitters. a true tonic, a perfect strengthener. PERsoNAL.-Mr. Bal', of Iberville parish, is visiting Coving ton for his health, and is stopping at Mrs. Anderson's. Mrs Guedry and family, of New .Orleans, have arrived in Covington, and are domiciled at the Grant place, which we understand they have leased for a year. This is one of the most charming places in the .parish. Mr. W. A. Morris, connected with the large wholesale grocery house of Zuberbier & Behan, New .Orleans, is stopping at the Joyner House. He will re pain until the 'Ith inst. A Peerless Perfume. The refreshing aroma of Flores ton Cologne, and its lasting fra grance, make it a peerless perfume for the toilet. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LAKE EXCURSION. Come to Sta., SUMMER SCHOIDULE, THE NEW IaBO STEAxzE CAPT...

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. — 1 July 1882

'isir ST. TA'ITMANY FABMER SU2UAY. JULY1. 1882. - II 9. . .t. . at theIir hail I. i" C VV'. ` . roti> 1-¶~rr', the It i S c ' I 4tV ill c-, ·ry i· ui . ou at .1. iit 'i t Ii" , ii t;" '1 :"Iit '1 .1 , ""'). :"\ I,.. I r_ !...At tr r" l it I· t :1: r t 1!· ~cri I.n~.\~i~~;n: StF 7.. Jj:s. -Fonurth Dlo' IL', in cnl I' it i1k Ili t it ioLrth Stat. of ri O T11.·s.l 1' ;1 ' of t ilu ti i oa. It is 1. ." il 1 tL'' Ill" rult' of Co;irt. r. .11 t 'nin cr · l'. e atntd the .lnrv 1 xl tIn ter':. , t t',. :tt r t!:. : ! ~l? i ?iri :: Jury terrux-. ~-i l OI''II. 'U. ~t- in .Jxu-I:: ar y an rti n .I 4. ."I' it xI:. ? in.. - 'ICeml19'ier. t~elltr Jary ;terni~i--Tx'r a 'it"rtll 'o' Monday - 41.tt M ini-i LII 1L '.l".i a "i c thetI fMorthea Mou. t' Ii Iin ( ' tinertno;~· -Tuesda aftar I' IsP a rin . A i ai 'I 1 a tcr th Jury terms - Foarti, l '.ii lnd' tin "au arl n d J IO O 1 ''. (lon .tortI Ittru- -fn liiii 3Iterhin-kut MayI ian l a'd tir.td.t~y nLt JV-. (ii ter.isVN, A true c01)i. V. C~in iJa...

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. — 8 July 1882

"The Bles qgs of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 8. COV NGTON, ST. TAMMANY P4RISH, LA. JULY 8. 1882. NO. 24. ,. ..- · Parish of St. Tammany, State of Louisi ana. Notice to Parents and Gu.rdian.s I'HE COVINGTON SCHOOL ASSOCIATION, Located in the town of Covington, is now in successful operattion, for a teru of five months, from the 1st day of April, 1882. The patronage of the publc is re .spectfully solicited. TUITION-Two dollars per month, pay able on the 30th of each month. For further information, apply 'to Wu. C. WARREN, President, Or GEo. T. VICKERA, Teacher. $5 to $20 per day at home. Sam ples worth $5 free. Address nTLssos & Co., Portland, Me. api ,J. ifQMSON & BROS., Importers and Dealers in ,Carriage and Wagou Makers Material. And manu7acturers of LIGHT CABRIAGES AND SPINO WAGONS LOG-CART HVBS, S09KES AND FELL9ES, ..AND WHEELS 1ADS ` TQ O4i 0 J . AU at re*gon:blp ptiiqe Los.88 an4 79 Sogth Bamp rt street, ...

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. — 8 July 1882

.1it .T. TA.MIxANY F.1\I.M1.'Ij J. E. S[MITHI ... l',.,h .. W. G. KIENTI'i, L.......Lrr: a-d Ru.ine 1s Managt'er. Ofilcial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. SLISCRIIP TION RATES One copy, one year ............... $2 ( Oue copy, six months. ............ 1 11 Oue copy, thrt-e months........... .i Coriungton, July 8, 182.. The fine new iron steamer Cap t'tin Miller says she has "come to stay." The Board of Health states posi tively that there is not, at the pres ent time, a single case of yellow fever in New Orleans. The profe.sicnal card of Dr. Georige Tebault, phl sician and sur geon, wil' be found under the head o, new advertisemuents. Our landing, foot of Colmnbia r lst. et, presenltee a business-like ap pearance last Sunday eveninw, there being three large schooners from the city lying at the wharf. If we had a dollar for e.-ery perch that Dr. Chambers caught last Sat urday afternoon, we would put the money all together and buy us a two dollar hat. Its funny how he does it, bu...

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. — 8 July 1882

.TH'E ST. TAMII.ANy FARMER SATURDAY. JULY 8. 1882. JSI'-"ED E\UE:! v.'I'U Ay. Stop and Consider. Are you troubled with a weak ness in any part of the body? Have you weak lungs, or is your heart's action enfeebled or irregular? Are you suffering from ill-health, caused by a weakness of the urinary or di gestive orgauns? Remember, Brown's Iron Bitters will cure you and fully restore both mind and body to their normal condition. It quickly strengthens the parts affected. GUITEAU S WILL. The letter in the nature of a will, by which Gniteau disposed Of his body, is as follows: WASuHINOToN, June 29, 1882. To Rev. Win. W. Hicks: I, Charles W. Guiteau, of the ,City of Washington. in tk.e District of Columbia, now under sentence of ai death, which is to be carried into effttect between the hours ot 12 and a 2 o'clock, on the 30th day of June, a A. D. 1882, in the U.iited States lI Jail in said District, do hereby give t and grant you may body, after such " .execution; provided, however, that...

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. — 8 July 1882

..':{E ST. T M MANY FARMER SATURDAY. JULY 8. 1882. ISSUED E' ERY SATU!RDAY. M soNIc -Co'iýgt4;u Lodge, No. l'($. F. a'wl l : 'M., meet at their I ;a. over W. C. Warren's store, the t:.".%otid S:tiur lay in every mouth, at 7:3tº P. M. IIARRIAGEIS ANI) DEATHS. W. pullisIh Marriage and Death No t.· ii I Ite rLULME R *r&.* (47 delrtcy'q.. They trs..t Le writt-n Ii. 1i.:ly. un.l sient in liv -iii u'ecln Fridtay evauning. ('on ;4r.tnttoaunv- reaxairk-s ana 'Lit oarie B~ill i.r Iaxlrge.. for it ouar reag:!.r aulvertising r. try.. ýf. Tq,:_,lio,. y arish.--Fourth Maisalay in kraernarv and fourth M..nadai' in .Jul,. __________ T - WI 1 ca LL i1. .itatc of L'! iiana. Parish of Tangipahoa. It ic Ic:hy ordered that the rule of Cot.=, rehdered April 6. 1l0t, be and the saniC is hereby amended. as follows: Frcir. and aft"er July first, 1n929, the terms 6f Court of the several parishes o.noposing the Eighteenth Judicial DIis ,tict shall comumence on the follcwing dlates: S Parish of Tangipdtho...

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. — 15 July 1882

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Ders from Y Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 8. COVINGTON ST. TAMMANY P H LA. JULY 15. 1882. SJUL 15. 1882. NO. 25. PROFESSSIlONAE CRDS. A .h.. .,.... - 1i . . PROFESSIONAL CAJDS. JOHN WADSWORTH ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOIt-AT-L .W F'rauklinton, La. Will practiceein the Fighteenth Jludi eial District, \Vill be tfund at ilth Clerk's ollice, in Covington, l.a.. frloltt the 20th to the last of each c;lt aldar n,:onth JOSEPH A. REID, ATrouNEY AND COLNsE'.LOlR-AT-L~A' COVINGTON, LA. F. A. GUYOL, Jr STrcE OF THE PEAC E. OFFICE-Courthouse, Covington . La. DR. E. R. RANDOLPH IMTE o0 NEW O1:LE-..s, Tenders his proff.:;sional s."rvi.es to the people of St. lTaLl:u any parisi andutl SitrroIin,linl country. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS. OFF:CE NEXT DoOR TO INCGRA 's CORNERt t CowieslltnU, L&a. DR. B. B. WARREN.; A graduate of the New Orleans MTtldi cal College, ofters his protf.ssiona:l s~r vices to the public. ()FICE -Over W. C. it %Varlre 's s...

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. — 15 July 1882

T'HE ST. TAMMANY FARMER. 3 J. E. SMITH ........ PaoPrwron W. G. KENTZEL... ... EppF %aid Rusioess Managep. ces On Official Journal of th# .ish w\ of St. Tamma¥y. sa, SUISCRIPTION BATES ha One copy, one year.................$200 to i One copy. cix months. ........... 1 00 of . One copy, three months........... 50 $t Coymators, July 15, 1 J. tio Sin' NOTICE. The Democratic voters of the Parish of St. Tammany are hereby notified that a Convention will be held at the Courthouse, in Coving ton, on Monday, July 24, 1882, for the purpose qf electing two dele gateq to the District Congressiogal Nominatuig Convention, to be held in Baton Ro.ge on the Tuesday, the 14tl1 day of August, 1882. J. M. . ABE, p'resisleni Pemqcratic Parish Ex ecuive Committee. WV. 1.4 Coox, Secretary, bee administrator's notice, sue eession of M. L. LeBlane. If the weather continues favora ble, cotton picking will commence in this parish in a few days. Mr. J. R. Hosmer has had the misfortune to lose his dog. For fur...

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. — 15 July 1882

THE ST. TAMMANY PFARMER SATURDAY. JULY 15. 188. I.S -D XVERY SATURD-4Y. rri88UrD ~VERY saTURD4Y. Invalids suffering from sluggish nesa of the liyer, feeble action of the heart, a feeling oe suffocation and debility arising from various causes, find sure relief in Brown's Iron Bitters. WHO AM A LIAR? AM HE WID Us AND OF Us AN AMoNII Us? [Fomn, the Detri,;t Free Prss.] "Who am a liar?" asked the old man, as he rose up in his usual pride and glared about him, Pickles Smith, Trustee Pullhack, Samuel Shin and Evergreen Jones started and turned pals, and there was a death-like silence as Brother Gardner continued; An' what shall we do wid him wid de liar an' de liars? De liar am wid us an' of ns an' among us. Ja gits up wid us in do mrawnin', an' he lies down wid us at night. Go to de grocery, an' de grocer smiles, an' nods, an' lies. Go to de dr'y goods man, an' he has a wel come an' a lie, De tailor promises a suit when he knows he can't fin ish it. De shoemaker promjses a pair of bates...

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 July 1882

SAT u _ LAY. : 1 L Y 15 1SS2. .;.-f::3 ST. ll TAMMANY FiL~ME ---- ISSUED EVEIRY SA'ITURI)AY. MAhsoNIc -Covin t.ou Lodge, No. F. anI A. M., Itac. at their El.Mover~ NV C. 1Varreu~'tu tore the H'(((1 S .Lzttnay ini every month, at 4.. MIt ur t . AeIr. a:. T.ha .,1 a arih.- Fourth 3 ll:r i:i I't-uru·n;try and fourth T-IL.L S OF COURT. Stit:., of L .niA- ana I' rish of Tangip'hoa. ! , :...,: or.l,.r,.d that the rule of C. art- r r ,, I .Apr:i . Ii hiO, I ei and the , ,. I le 1, aits follows: 10!1. : d . .i: t ". 1 t.r ":." first. 1 ,.2. the ;, :-." ",, t . " . ,. t4,, se,'eral parishes .. " : l. ht,.nth J .,:J, ciil Dis i' : :.: .:luitunc on the following Jory M :: ,.,sn "Ionday in .Tnn, ariy ui 1 :Ii r !,,v ::y in unte. (Court te.u- F ,inth \ln .ly in April and see uind liJn:ia in. No\iueLt er. ", ".', .f 4 tshin t A . Jury t.r - tn Iir Moiondlays in Jann- a ,Iry .ini -Ju . Court termns-Secolt 1iot; :- rin May and first Monday in De t . mbetr. t .Pimsbh of Lci.gston. I 1T.r- t: ru;-Tue...

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 July 1882

-~t 'F&l L- a3 fC .Daý 4.2 VOL. 8.,,o.r- .,.O.t . cm TA:', MLNLY R.I SISI, LA. JULY Z2. 133,2. NO. 26. JOHN WADSWORTH, sI NDamklizmgn,,4 ,at. cizl Jis:,rj,-f, 1\ ill. . L lunI iat tll. - in 1.. ti"41. th47 21oh t iL~ ft.. a-~a mont li ,ti-lt~ . JOSEPH A. REID, ATro0ixN1Y AND) C(u, -LEut1tz- :'- J. COVIN"I'OX, L.. F. A. GUYOI,. DR. E. R. RANDOLPII ·e I·1·tr,~ i!.l. N~i ··~ ' .r~, ·· -' r 'L'en z I Iit Ir ,tile p.' ,p444 *4 e . o ~ is' -- .111 1 Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS. NEXT Dom', TO) Ix ;Ii4t \t (ojrt\'tj DR. B. B. WARREN. A graiilo3te .tI- Iit. Nw Onl .ins .Ai -'all Iollg..:;, 4%-.i-." lii 1",~ t!. -1"nm! ,-r-n ti.ts to tit,- 0i:o :. 4 1 . O:tr \V. ('. Wa4.rrenl's store.-* " 'S1 in 1 .u. Lt a l BR. GEuRGE ¶LBAUiLT. Physician and Surge-nn. I'hle chea-a'.qI t '!:m:--- t.o ""t x--nr w-rk Tlmoa. Is. Mit ri* i, Practica!l Watchmaker. " Jeuwtaei. i-~Ira-el-r in.i r u.Lv, uisL 1 Oftit sui resit.enm-e -\.,. 2U ft. Jo ~mPh ~`treet~t New Oriea~ns.* A unit tate portrait, or no Fhargeim malude. ...

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 July 1882

"El. ST . T .... FA. I:IL J . SE.2MITIl .......1' ,r:.,U V. (7. KI'.':"ZEL. ........]: .ra, : O iciai Journ7! of the Parish oi St. Taar.n':ry. SUINSChI(' PTIN IL! TI'. On( copy. six ont:, h. ............ 1 o One copy, three months........... ,0 Col',ringtoln, JuIIy 4",, Is'.2. NOTICE. The Democratic voters of the Parish of St. Tam:many are hereby notified that a Convention will be held at the Courthouse, in Cu, ing ton, on Monday, July 24, 1b82, for the purpose of electing two dele g'tte, to the District Congressioml: Nominating Convention, to be held in Baton Route on the Tuesday, the 11th day of August, 1882. J. M. ABNEy-, President Democratic Parish Ex ccutive Committee. W. B. CooK, Secretary. -------- i--. . D------ It is not custonmry 7:r t. to give undue praise to the members of the. Legislature, but we feel in duty bound to say that ;hey did a very inoble and patriotic thing when they adjourned. .. mm - - -lm. r, . .. Administrator Mealy says the Council of New Orleans do not...

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 July 1882

:-£HE ST. TAMMANY FARMIFI SATURDAY. JULY 22. 1882. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. Mr. Walter IcPhlerson, Spring. field, Mac.,:., wvrites' "I have beein peculiarly uafcrtuelate in life. MI guardian r,obbed Iue of the fortune. left mE- by my fathcir. anl at the age of 21 I fund myself poor in lpurse andll poor iii health. I married a young girl whose health soon broke down fiom overwork and househo,ll cares. Our six children gave her great trouble ard were very puny and sickly. 3y doctor bills were larger than both grocery and dry goods bills together. Last year I brought home a bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters for my wife. bhe used it and gave it to the children - I also used it myself. Never did I imagine such a miraculous change from ill-health to perf'ec; health possible." RELIGIOUS. Rev. B. M. Palmer, of New Or leans, will preach in the Presby terian Church. in Covington, next Thursday evening, the 27th inst., at half-past seven o'clock. The public are respectfully invited to attend. See 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. — 22 July 1882

it* 11I I -. 1 / ` + : ' tI ii' I I.I 1 1i 211:1 1 ' a ;iaur id far ~ J 1 *itIIttt114'r' * ; F1C1 U R T . - , 1 _ i i1t4"'4 1 r ,'-. ; :"",l tha~Yt tit,- ri'' ,t , A ·ir i .. " I Apr] i's Is 1. h. *li nI 41 ··· · ·' '" *m.t .·' I1 · l:.i b i t, in 1, 1.: t, i. I'-2 . -v "1' . .,1 '1C i '.I1 iii 11 .ii, id - !r :t. Of ~ iii ~ >*.i.*Lin tiirv. *loiV'.7 t.-:Ills Fourth\I . :1;1 ',t! t t' 11 A ,! · . n il stt-I i M'l~ I't~~ ."t 'I' trt' :,n l -::'"" l' "l:i t,"N' s ~ ",l· i" 't a !t in 1 :. t: i I 4 Ii:.t jaI-I: 1 12 1ii - a 17.14·~lr·· · r . . i'a I) aft C tle rk!. Lasb : ,t I `il'1 ORLEAN4I L I Ol i herit: I ' 1:1a t/ at t: e fo'lot w ti int ntut - 'mm: tii.'r b: 1'. otle ice .1 f t hiui iilmtit~iof to niake final pm4tf in :.1p fl'i A "f ` is a<. 414. iut tiVit 'I1e t"r(4 ,u ' -_"':r i t~ '.i' . ., -'I 4 trIn M a 1 11 ti rt r t'r Hia a . ): . i" .1 t 4i-,-1 ·t i lli m . n t i 0 t~i:/.,,4 .;ti:" !. Ir ,"i- 11 ~ r' 1 t ýI;.ýT ;t ', .. -. .delft'' 1.1, 44;:: .lt~i'4' iI;t ei. .l ii...

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 July 1882

r tTamumz k Fharmr_ i --------di A--- A) "VT Wessings of Government, Like the Dee fre r eaveo. Should Descend Alike upon the Richb and the Poor." VOI,. 8. COVINGTON. ST. TA PARISH, LA. JULY 29. 1882. NO. 27. PROFESSIONAL UARDnsI I ag ts.-- . I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOHN WADSWORTH, ATTORNEY AND .OCNSELO.R-AT-LAW Framklimgtoa, La. Will practice in the Eighteenth Judi .cial District, Will lie found at the Clerk's office, in Covington, La., from ,the 20th to the last of each cale~dar ,month. JOSEPH 4.. RED, AT ORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW COVINGTON, LA. F. A. GUVYOI, .JUcT/CE OF TEE PEACE. OrFrCE-Courthouse, CorFigtcn. La. DR. E. R. E4NDOLPH LATE OF NEF ORr.sAs, Tenders his prgfessional services to .the people of St. 1iar many parisb apd surrounding country. Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS, OFFICE NEXT Doon To INOGRA' CoINER Covington, La. DR. B. B. WARREN. A graduate of the New Orleans Medi cal College, offers his professional ser vices to the public. OFFICE -Over W. C. Warren's store, Covington, La. ...

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. — 29 July 1882

TI(Il SI. T..11N1ANY FARKMER. J. E. SMI'T'H .......Pltouoli W. (G. K,:N'I'zT ........Enrron -ald i! i:.i ne.s tr lnagesr. O icai Journal of the Parish of wt. Tammany. ,'l:.,''1: I: TIO.' ILI TES )n - Cl. . ý, ..... ........ ...... '200 One c.,,.. -..,,t.h.. ......... 1 00 O( e. -, , . . :ouinhs........... 50 ('oiton.tg I, ,lyll 2%9 1882. =-- = .. ... ".- ---:t . , SHORT STOPS. T,,e stLag..s are doing a fair busi pess. The tradlti in wool and water. niell' i.s Is LoSod. Tire wet we..thler has well nigh destrowed tlhe fig crop. Thie suittrr evae in the parish is prturounced good by all. Chic..k"ni' 'tnd eggs are not so plllntit!i. ;r- i:ji b hive been. (W,,. !....,' and mutton are found 'Lmil: lit ,ior m,;arket houses. Too luuliclh rain lately for the Ji.sciples ,. Sir Isaac Walton. The new tin shop of Mr. Risher seems to be .ioiug a good business. Manv of the hotels i!. and around f.ovi'ngton are fille4i with boarders. Rlead the game law, as amended by the last Legislature, on our fi...

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