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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 March 1879

4;t :U4 " G . _ L."t_ 12 - c - ~ "i~iet Y1.:Lvjs c.. G3vc~s~nmz' Like t· Iw3iz , Iv, 2h1,~.1 cL rdI P2''·-yF C~.'·. ~: ?lhrn1 t Pcor." P4-6~- -n (fx':cc ':.3 I!T:rII.L. .r~3: O. 9. ,~,, OAUICJE;R, DL1.LE IN h w y G o b dr s, G I 'b ' ~ i e ,, C a p s , ae . t* 4IR~Sh.I~. Eats, Casq EC. Boston gsdet, aiar ColaLtlmbh' . VINGTON. LA. Ha s1 itb lis Id a fTill line of 0 is.ahe.%Made CLothing. ;L'1. f f HighLestgq p'.' far Ccttwn. !iiz. WIfool. onýs}, _jriif 1s t.: l o:r:a:%: !r.l \ '" I BEl7>Tb"GROCBRY STORE .t IpLs r SHOES, ý- CRIOCI( ERIT 4a4 a erul ýsatrtn:cnt f:r C'i:ty e.a ci-.rsi, at the. 1.+:;-a~ ' ` Ltit l friri. e Covington, La. Jighcat 1iccM li+1 for Wool. ifide&. Cilickeiuktte. Mr Act. O~,Aq~LL~S HL±: I .1. Z-, MERCH 3=+ T, . ei te cs roi iti:1i R111+" 1 id .. \ (":1 h ~~t PIY G O Z IES. Whbieh5 Hlbe sol.1 set lot: a lr (. ..t'Cofntt 1 -oelew' *.:l-:.n in e'a $ra-l coInnection l .it1+ ownc Inp..,. bths cs! c:-ii'it.'" I , iii e:. iee w il ee" Bii 1r s, .; a iilc ''- I.....

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 March 1879

81T. TAIXANY PARXER. (sciei Journal of &. Taummany Parish. OSUED EVERY S4TURDAY. J. E. SMITH .......PaoPrneTon. . . KENTZEL ...... ..EDrro. Amd Basiness Manamer. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One opy, one year .............. .$ 00 une copy, six months ............ 1 00 One copy, three months ........... -50 S~tes of Advertising. Th lia ofl tis (Brevier) type, or its epaui. at et la larger type, constitutes a square. I5 qu.ar, r.FIr mtenzIO, oNs DOLa.n E0 - o One a re.. ! 3.0 8 00 $14.00 820.00 Two sqoarea. i.00 12.00 20.0 30.00 Tureasnaru 6.50 15.00 25 00 41.00 Quar. colu 8.00 18.00 30.00 50 00 Half column 12.00 30.00 50.00 75.00 W..ole col'mn 20000 50.00 75. 00100.00 Legal Advertisnments-One tEolar per pquare for the tinat insertion, and Futy Conts for each subsequent insertion, PaonMal cards, when admia sable, ten mate per line, payable in advance. COVINGTON. LA.: saturdev, March 22, 1879. At tip reorganization of Con gresa, last Tuesday, Randall was re-elected Speaker on the first bal l...

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 March 1879

MUg Marek sh 2 ,s . SLOCAL. ITEMS. .p 1Cheaper ! Cheapest!! ! w1 incert Local Business Notices bes the exceedingly small I ar rtt PER LL E. ' 9 n gtonmil will arrise > depart aceording to the follow ea.died.le, wind and weather per n j DEPART. .... x. Wednesday..7 A. M. ' ..7 .. , Friday...... 7 A. x. ...71. x. Monday ..... A. x. Our Agents. following named gentlemen , oear authorized Agents, to col y~riptions and solicit adver for the St. Tammany e-Joseph L. Dicks. nville-R. Galatas. River-Morris A. Tally. Lacombe-Chas. Aubry. a'sre reliably informed that heavy claps of thunder were in Covington yesterday. .iig. Cullom says that twenty ;ik.ls, which pass for a dollur, are reality only worth seventeen i,+ But there is a fine judge' ~oington who says they are good 'twenty glasses of beer every T. 2ring out your nickels! } s. ky looked rather gloomy p.. y morning, and shed tears j, which seemed to afford relief, for in the afternoon ~ere blessed with bright smiles sanihine. The lat...

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 March 1879

ST. TAXXANY FA!METE. Cwinzton, Mlarcit 22, 1379. EAR1NINGC A LOVUAt. .Tosie Dutlle, c %vu, ·-i'ti'v, atll by: Per-seif on that L 'Iit* -.i ltid pi;Iz/.a; thiat ran .t rcriai . :f 1 1r'l father s laot .' t.( t'ti : i .- '1' <!1:( wvinid blowing anla'r: 1i1 tiara.;a'tR of wvarna, .,aa .:t~l.. 11 tie jk~lrt of her · al i_1. ( "1111,;z tv.,ruiatf lre.-.s. She V,-t., a ln. tt.. " ýiili :aI-l~r): iri ný gtirl, with hate& '. tiltiIra::z '-)rowu yves, that W. 'r "t 11 .v h:.l~lei lie iseati toe LIiu t i"t a.l, l.saa.-laial as her in.; :t t"" ekev a iiraaV1e'1 irhaichs aai-er''. I a!, i ;a and fair Moretist Crh t'a* , t. 1u":i.s thain! 1hes had al iiz. tl u ;t :,:.. t UnlcAi lutigi d iw t to 1K bot at: eoLts Of :t si~ubu,t~uaaI ee t~t tiuin Lill J circl In Oet. " Tjjy d*.~tt apapear poor-the Dutl~tic f-,: i, \tlived iii a uiece, cozy little e.'lttr c', \\a: Joie', another hlad tit, I,tt for val I~s. Tae'y--J'ose a:Itier n uoaler, ciiil her obn sister . -'avs t;es.sca uac atiy and pull...

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 March 1879

m Tarn___ . "The Blessiangs of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VoL5, , C3VINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1879. N.. 10. L··- OMUER,3U3R "i. dD5 kR P Dry Gook Groomes, Hardware, S"otQ a. Aj ats, Caps, Etc. Boston st~eet, hear Columbia., Ct¶NGTO~P LA.' HI A als p en ilatid a firA M line of -RFabMcllde Clothing. " Hitt tw prya Uw (or Cotton,- Hilna,, Wool, ud al s of county pro luan:. C!fý:. .le. · LI. { Ra4IJ 1R": F.14OVCLR I STORE i .1 A DR'~ 6QQP$ , iLmOCKERT And a (lenerul Aaanrtment for City and Country naa,-*t~ the .laceuit cruh prices. Covington, ' L.a. CUARLES HEINTZ, . yt MERCHANT. Ileceires eontinma'l inpplie.. it wnell at I leceJ ±hlT 4AOiJzi axd cnuaic.e FAMILY GROCERIES. Whisk will be aeld at low flg.rea. '!! Country ir.'lutce taken in ez Cbtun;( for gaodw, at aao kULet pri.z.L ,»t In connection wits the general Mler gAa bualneuw of this. Inonte. the I I'ropMiio r It" etablisahaerl a neat lIA R I...

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 March 1879

Mt. TAllANY .ARIER. (<ftidl Journal of St. Tammany PariAi. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. J. E. SMITH ....... Pnowrron. W. G. KENTZEL ........ Erro. A.d Basi.ess Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy. one year ................$2 00 One copy, six month ............. 1 00 One copy, three months .......... 50 Rates of Advertising. Ten liets of this (Brevier) type, or its equiv. ae.a in lruycr type, eowstit.tes __ a sgeare. ova SQtL rtisn ItLbzrtON, Oxz DOLLjR. (ne squa.r..f $3 00 8 00 $14.00 20.00 'IJ ., a.res 1 .00 .00. 30.00 'T',ree.,l rnir 6. 15.00 25 0 40.00 L.:ar. cItumna 8.00 18.00 30.00 50 00 jalt cltumn 12.00 30.00 50.00 75.00 Waole cimnl 0.00 50.00 75.00 100.00 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per square for the ihat insertion, and Fifty .ents for each subsequent insertion. Personal cards when adais sable, ten cents per lie. payable in advance. OO0 INGTON, LA.: r Saturdayr, March "Ji87e . ·- - Major A. Singeltary, who was a Pmf ent candidate for delegate t: the Constitutional Conventi...

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 March 1879

ST.' TAIANAIY FAXER. C.w~vi.ae, Mare 29, 1879. LOCAL ITEMS. amp Cheaper t Cheapesst !!! We will insert Loea Business Notices on this page for the exceedingly small sum t FIVE CENTS PER LINE. The aWils. The Covington mails will arrive and depart according to the follow ag sobedule, wind and weather per mitting: Asac.IV DEPART. 'nesday....7P.x. W.lneslay..7 A. x. Thursd... r.ay... ay ri...... 7 A. x. tiatarday. .7 .. m. Mon 1ev...7 A. x. Our Agents. The following named gentlemen are our authorised Agents, to col let subeariptioes and solicit adver tisementb for the St. Tammany FARm:EB Mandeville-Joseph L Dicks. Madisonville-R. (-alatas. Pesrl River-Morris A. Tally. Bayou Lacombe--Chas. Aubry. The steamer New Ca'melia, which ' has been laid up for a week, under goinga course of fresh paint, and othe improvements, preparatory to I her tegular summer excursion trips, I! will arrive on time this evening, re- I freshed and rejuvenaten&. We rt turn thanks to Mr. Nixon, her popu- 1 lar 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. — 29 March 1879

ST. . . AIY FA1X=j THE BLUE-AND-GOLD FAN. A gaunt, angular girl of eleven,, i with straggling hair, that looked as though it lhad not ntade the ac qu:untance of a Ltrsh and comb for weeks; with a pair of elfin black e eyes p)eelting out from undtr scantyl. (uark bloas, sand a monih 'smeae with blackLer:n' juic-e. Inat was ~Uijl-.. 'Dosby," ,Peo ple called her ttereaboutts-Doshv Mihlred, ti.e iihtest torpbov. of q girl. the sa.duidst-t.'gued l', -the most shiftwt.., iec'r-do- e all girl, far or iear. Two young lads, dressed in cool white hubili' shitl with bri'iei nk tion of wealth and luxurious living about themn. They were Rich St. L:wrence and Howard Leamington, the sans atnd heirs of two wealthy r New York gi'ttleinen,' whose fanht They had been playmates from earliest childhood, these boys, who h.td beeqy uwith tlyer s Ipsoia 1 t eir mouths, and with boyLhood's advance into ypth bherlhriend.ie streigftthted; td it- bade 'fair 1t coutinue with thlr through life. Just.nuw, they st...

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. — 5 April 1879

"The Blessngs of Governmenat Like the Dews from Heaven. Shoul Deseend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VdL. 5. C3VINGTON, ST. TANNANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. APRIL 5. 1879. No. 11. . CAHIER, " )4LEII IN Dry Goods, G:_r:ie3, H1:.-:~are, * Soots, Shoes, HRas, Caps, Etc. Boston street. near Columbia, S C('OVINGTON, LA. " Pas also, on hand a full line of Ready-M1ade Clothing. hlighest pl,' psi 1 for Cotton. Hides Wool. and all khl Is of country pro lace. de4 Iv H.J. SMITHS IET.III. r;ROCEiRY STORE Irt1 GOODS. S HATS. SHOES, CROCKERY A tadh CItGeneral Assortment for City and Country use, at the lo a eat cash prices. SCoviigton, La. Highest prices 1pai. for Wool, Hides, Chickens, etc. c., ALc. CHARLES EIEINTZ, (. lJd,) MERCHANT, RIeeeives continail sui,ldies of well se lectetl DRlY (iGODS and choice FAMILY GROCERIES, Which will be sold at low figures. Ar-" Country produce taken in ex ch~tnge for goods, at market price. .," In ,-cnnection wit') the general Mercantile busin.-ss of this hou...

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. — 5 April 1879

ji'. TAXAANY FARXER. 41(rtVi Jowsizl of Jit. 7aIrntReai PriP.Y. ISSUED EVEItY SA'TURDAY. J. E. S3IT 1 ....... Paopnufron. W. G. KE N TZE L ..... EurrolL And Business .ilana;er. SUBSURIPTION RATES One copy, one year ...............2 0 One copy, six months............. 1 OJ One copy, three mouths .......... Rates of Advertising. 2ba Jise oqetkia t&evier, type, or is equ-ic 6.4t iS lamier ty.pe, coasituk.a a sgn1W. ex: s u iQxr. FIBs? sInSrtO , OX DOLLIJL Sc~ ý+ O O One jhare. ,S 3 '.uJZ $ uEi14.UQS2Ut.u Two s"1 Ltrca. au $ 2.tk 00 3oclu I r 8.. LS.iJ .J.UU Wooh liecf j 1h.41,, .14.). hu ..e.t.) 7u.U. \~Jota2JA J h)tiG (7;Ak IOi.UIJ Ldg.gt Adv.rti un . antse -one Dollar per wuars for the drat insertinm, aend Fifty a :oeno for each mu-lJac cent insertion. Pirsonal car Is. when a hmis sable, ten cents pir line. payaebl in a Ivan te. COVINGTON, LA.: Saturday, April 5, 1879. Blackberries have white blossoms. A severe snow storm occurred in Chicago on the Wednesday l;st. The question of...

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. — 5 April 1879

St TAXUIXAY FA1 1Sl Cevrtattma, April 5V' ' LO CATJ IT1 3. t'. sp! C19%)3: ! Ci31)33:!!! We will ini4rt L,-..i B:.iaen No:i.ei b thiu page for tCi exceelin;ly s..zdil nsr of F1 VE CE N tS PE.L L1Xg The Mai,,. The Ctviugton ua.siis will Rrrirt man dtep irt acci dix.; to that folitw gubhedule; winid and wtalher her- t milling: A1UUV.. DihPAflT. J.. .IP. Y VT Lu r Lj .! A. Y Ttifrsiday-t lr. Y. era 1;.t N. E.. A. IL. x~y 7P Y. [vi,-t1 .. Oar A eat... The fallowing n:a.aI geitlemeu ahe oar :i.nt'Jriz d Aeuts, to cul lectabscriptio;ssaui sak.itt adver timemeats for tue St. Tamau;uy " amdeville--Joaseph L. Dics. ..Indmoaride-at. aý.dl.ctt.i p ql tiver--. 0rris A. T.ll:y. )ayou L scIou -U.aºs. Au"ary. 'atmeets next Monday. y wbcrries in town now. Thit e large, finely fl.vor e tClad ten cents a quart. )~my thanks to thonl4dtnhl and app iative friends for va;rious bumches of ear'y vegetablts, and some beautiful fllwers, all of which revs d our due atteu;ion. ustockholders of the W.,shin;.g 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. — 5 April 1879

sT. TARU ANY FA ER.L CevIgton., April 5, 1879. q m . m nmmu n m mmunu H m JANIE VIVIAN'S TRIAL. "A model wife, ell?" said Mr. Car lyon, with a si.r-r on his lip that iuight have done credit to Mephis tolitles. "But, you see, Vivian, she has had adl the advantages on her side hitierto. Just see what yo-u have Ld,sue for her--ifted her out of poverty ami obscurity, into a Ibrilliat social position, clother her with purple auni line lines, hung her tvitii dirauouls-:aud then tell mne, iif you ca, whi.t woman wouldn't, be .a wt.,lel wife under such circum Juldge Vivian's shaggy black brows nearly met. Even from the old sat friend h.h had in the world, it g.hd taunm ou bear such language as tLaill f.Carlyou," said he, "yoe -a s Ietter judge of law than of hkmaita natule." *"Just wait until she is tried and t'mpunte.l, and line' let sme hear your verdict,g_ said CarlvyodArefreshiig him.self with at pinch of aiff out of toe tilde tortouse-shell box that he aswavs carried ii his left-hand w...

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. — 12 April 1879

4 - -5sw a vvvuuaJILS 139 WD HSK lKVR, ROW Jiuesi Aikeupon the Rich and the Poor." 'M " COVINIGTON, ST. TAXEANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 12. 1879. N.0.13l. J. CAHIER, DEALUB IX seek, &14suesa , ca*. % at. * Bead= Breet, near Colteabi., ODVINGTON, LA. SO alas ea hand a fall line of Ready-Made Clethang. w al eas fsors Cola. aa H. J. SMITH'S MUTAIL GROCERY STORE OIY GOODS. HATS, SHOES, CROCKERY Wm a Gemernl Assrtment for City and .ommary use, at the lowest Covington, La. Ji pds paid for Wool, Hides, ouamrus HEINTZ, (Agar) II ý ERCHIANT, l~stb emistianual supplies of well as AeubJ 1)T G0ODS and ekomee PAMILY GROOERIES, Mil be sold at low igures. Country produee taken in es ebge for good, at market price. ,4p' In eeaseeioe with the general aure businees of this Bouse, the ahs established a neat BAB Pbw~asrhe will keep the fAest of Lager Beer, Cigars, etc. hn band and at prices to suit the tmes. COVINGTON, LA. NEW STORE! IN OOVINGTON, BY A.3Nelirieber, Jr., TPooLs's OLD STuND.] O....

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. — 12 April 1879

ST. TAX~x4y P&Eua. te cWW Joturaa of -IM Thammany Paria.. iUSUi3~t EVERfY 184rtRDAT. 4~r mu - .. - .POPRED,. O~. K.ENTZEL ..... Ebn'on. 4V4 Bu=!is '~ aav - -- UISCRIPE'Iox Ja4 4S O)a. copy, six mutzats ....... 1 (JiJ JOn. copy, p4ree flioIntbI ......5 $siaeof Advertising. To lies. of Ihis ,Brevier) (Type, ur 44. c.4iai, uya «:id lme wf tjje, cwmsti*.ule pae quae..i* .av$ 8 Ul$14.uOt~u.09 ,Two aLwres' 5 10 . K ;lIJ Li 'l iU.4i.U 1ii oii 1'3.U.1 3J.OthI -, W J.UU epg Advertis4menta -tine Lo~lular per suawre fAwthe tiro4 insertitin, anftI Fitty i~uams for eaelz snbeseuacnL iustertzuox. .. Pwtoal caa'Jse, When a-lulis saeble, ten eea lrvr line. MtAbj in &.1v azc'. ~QVIGTIOTQ L& C Sstur4av, %pwij 12, 1879. S s Arms A WEER -from MiLOner March 17th, the Manday Picyassp will be included in the regular delivery of this paper. loth to .ai4d sad ceuntry ubsecriberR, without Additional charge, which arrangemept will be equal to a re duction of two dollirs on the yearly subecription....

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. — 12 April 1879

LTAMKEAY PA8XEL. :146"Ugtoi, AprU 3*', 1879. We will iuiart 4-i-.t 31' iine s Soia ~spajt fur the exce~CIJ143' s~una&. GIS ENrS P! LISLk :z. The Mahe. LCoviugton iu~tii will arrive rtwind and weatller jieI* *ARMWE.Di4;PART. y...7a.x. I er~i*r. .,.. 7 a. *7e. I i.-t+,v .7. Our Ap3at3. to following wniU I gentlemen sauthorizJ dIgeits, to C.)l riptious and solicit adver te for the St. Tawumany dev; w tlille- -Tosep al a.D ik eville rseh . Dilats. mit !fiver-- 'arris A. T-d'y. oa Lacombe-Cias. Aubry. ows.-Uev. G. T. Vickers h in the Coriugton Metho 3 O arch to-.orrow (Sunday) at 11 oclock. All are invited to attend. reseived a rimit fr'iro Mr. J. . yesterday. Ue reports i s on crop in his neigbb 'r has been diaiiaged by worms an exteut as to make it ry to replant. II- says he i knew them to be so destruc (l1- they are this year. eac et Club gave another ul asMonday night. one htving stock sheep for Ad a cash purchaer by Wi ring at the store of Mr. J. *h.I'r See advortisemeint. *iyoe...

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. — 12 April 1879

POOR NELL. "The Riohtons do not have ohil drmam * u. MorMimer Richton Utered this ambiguous remark with the greatest nemplacency. It was a fa vite remark of herk. The pity of 1rs that it was true. The Richton family had nearly diehtnt, during the last four gen eratione, for want of direct heirs. One marriage out of six lid not re m lt iany ise. The one or two Ntl. frail creatures who came into euidemes pined away in saew houre A healthy, promising child, bearing the same of Richton, was not in Any sympathetie remark from kisds invariably elicited from Mrs. oeatimer the above complacent swer: "No% the Richtons do not have It vat evident that she regarded this as arfioaste stst of affairs. We had been a handsome girl, who M tdotie of ia large family. Her yesth had been spent in nursing little brothersand sisters sandnatu Sllyse grew in time tired of it. $hs .iajoyed greatly the change in h eulMb when shebeesme Mas Mor thIee Riehton. iMa"t yiMS was the babdsomept esiae in the county. 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. — 19 April 1879

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." 5. - S. AMMAY PARISH, LA., ATRDAY, APRIL 19. 1879. N. J. CAHIER, DEALER IN Dry Goods, G:ocries, Hardware, Boots, Shoes , ats, Caps, Etc. Boston street, near Columbia, COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a full line of . Ready-Made Clothing. Highest price paid for Cotton, Hides, Wool. ari all kin le of country produce. ... ..l.. d l4 Iv H. J. SMIT'S RB-TA Ffl GROCER Y STORE DRY GOODS. HATS. SHOES, CROCKERY, And CGeseral Assortment for City and Country use, at the lobIvest cash prices. Covingtcn, La. Highest prices paid for Wool, Hides. Chickens, etc. ec., "e. CHARLES HEINTZ, (Ageed,) MERCHANT, Receives contnuI;lt 1 ia'lntie%. f well sa-: lectred DLL' UooDS aud caoice FAMILY GROCERIES, "Which will be sold at low figures. fe- Country produce taken in ex-I change for goods, at market lrice. ac" In connection with the general Mercantile business of this hons., the proprietor has estalbl...

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. — 19 April 1879

J . ?&N flNY F&R'KE. -, -. JoswneJ of &L TMupman Pariah. i8SUKD EVERY SATURDAY. l. SMITH .......PaoPaxuog ;. G. WE TZEL ...... EDITOR. And BsIasess Mauaesr. 4 SCBSCRIPT1O.V RITES Jae c·py, one year ...............63$00 Ja.ts c.jpy, siz onths............. 1 00 Sco7py, trhreeemonth .......... 50 Rates of Advertising. Ten WLue of ie (Drevier) type, or its equiv. ace4 is Larger type, ewutilutad a equare. 3 J q:0U#.a, VI[ST 1ZB835TZ0W, 013 DOLLA. o * J ?a , 3.W 8$ 00:1.00 $20.00 sq.as. 5.001 12.00 20.00 30.0W ,ýýe +:ln u 6.5 15.00 5 W 411.4( :.r. c:u1mzn 8.0!803. 50W f cln~u120 0.0 50.00 7500 ýý .Ole COL'iaa20.0 5.00W 100.00 Legal Advertisments-One Dollar per s ; ' utr for the fIrst insertion, and Fifty ý;,!jcs for each sabaeaoent insertion. I'N~rsonal ards, whean admix sble, te c= .ts per line, payable in advance. COVJNGTON. LA.: Saturdar, April i1, )S79. ) mine Nature's verdant powers Mdeldeks the earth wit~ lowers, In the spring. And in these April dhowers ''at new umbrell...

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. — 19 April 1879

ýW. TA.IANY FAUXE. Cvimrn., April 19,18 t. LOCAL ITEMS. £ spl Cheaper!! Cheapest!!! will inaesr Local Basiness Notices e page for the exceedingly small ssi 7t FIV CENTS PER LLE.$ Tie Nsils. "s Covington mails will arrive ae ampart according to the follow wind and weather per h3ZVB. 1 DEPABT. m ...a.. en ay.. a. y..7r. is riay...... 7a . 8r .... . "< Won lay .... .7 A. x. Our Agents. the following named gentlemen sm our anthorised Agents, to col l8 auabsoriptions and solicit adver timwmt for the St. Tammany $Mdeville-Joseph L. Dicks. Madisonville-R. Galatas. arl River--Iorris H. Tally. 6 mpa Lacombe--Oha. Aubry. At Omaan mrKum AD a DoziEN La --Mr. Charles Frickey has plead us under obligations for a diCty, in the shape of a cluster e1.brs, the center of which is pelasted by an old oyster knife. ~Ipo that some oysterman dropped his knife into bed, and the vindictire recognising their old ene onee seized upon and over wv s it. The cluster was caught by iptain John Rhodes, of the cqg...

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. — 19 April 1879

ST. tIrJW ]fA at I it: The night of the 17th of October a -shalo I ever forget its 1pitchy dark- I ' deaR, the roair of the autumnal windd through the lonely forests, and the a incessant downpour of rain? t .'~ihis comes o t shortoUts," I mut t-red to myu'ef, a; I nlodded along, keeping close to the trunks of the trees to ariid tih ravind through which I could hear the roar of the t turbulent stream forty or fifty feet below. Ia f " blood ran cold as I thought what might be the proba- i ble cwoh~.tquence of a mis-step" or a' more in the wrong direction. Why had I nor been cmntented to keep in the right road? Hold on! Was that a light, or are 1 my eyes playing me false? I stopped, holding on to the low Ioughs of a hemloek that grew close to the~,bik, for.it, actually seqmed th~it th wvind wbnuliseize me bod ily and hurl-me down the precipit ons dzscent. trwMp$l Hight, thank Providenctc A light, and no ignis falaus to lure mie on to destruction and death. "Hallo-oo!" My voice rang thr...

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