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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 16 June 1883

-TlH .sT. T4IIANY AR.bMER AiOV.[NGTON. f4E 16. 1883. LOCAL TEMS. fhe band" will please cerapt .our thank for that charming sere zade. There was sa.coplimentary ball at the Courthouse, Wednesday night, given by the Amateur Club. The weather has been clear and very warm for a few days, and the plantersi hve had an opportunity $o.do a little plowing. Mr. Senneville Cucullu, of New Orleans, died at Roeedale Cottage last Sunday night His remains were taken to the city for burial. Our friend. "Dominick" present ed us with some excellent Irish pp tatoes last paieeday. We do not know the exact variety, but class I them under tL_ head of "very fine." ' Thankp._ The fact was forcibly demon- I itrated, last zTpeeday night, that Co.ington needs a Public Hall, and a big one. Leep than 300 persons filled the Courthouse,.t repletion, I while the lower hall, which con- J tained the refreshment tables, was uncomfortably crowded. We need a hall with ample stage room, and seats for at leat 500 persons...

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. — 16 June 1883

3IsoMc--.Covington Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. MI., meet at their Hall, over W. C. Warren's store, the second Satuqrlay in every month, at 7:30 P. M. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. We publish Marriago and Death No tices in the FaIRsU free of charge. They :m~ust be written plainly, and sent in by six o'clock Friday evening. Con ' ntCtattory reuarks andl obituaries will b charged fUof'at our regular advertising rates. J. CAHIER, DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardyare Boots. Shoes, Hats. Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LA. Has also on hand a lull line of Ready-Made Clotlhin'g. Highest price paid for cotton, hides, wool, and all kinds of cuantry produce CHARLES HEINTZ, (Agentd,) .erchant. Receives continual supplies of well selected Dry Gobds ',ud choice FauAily ;Groceries, which will be sold at low lig ures. SJRiPCountry prcduce ,taken in ex change for goods', ait market price. ,'la connection with the general mercantile business of this house, the proprietor has established a neat BAR * tO'M, where he w...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 June 1883

"'The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike uoun the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 9. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. JUNE 23, 1883. O. 22 .. . . . . . . . . • en un m ,, mi m a m • a a u m nm m n nmi n .".. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. BOLIVAR EDWARDS, Attorney-at-Law, AMITE CITY..............LA. Will~ractice in the parishes of Tangi pahon, Washington, St. Tammany, St. Helena and Livingston. ocl4 ly JOHN WADSWORTH, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW Frankliuton, La. Will practice in the Eighte.nth Judi cial District, Will be found at the Clerk's office, in Covington, La., froa the 20th to the last of each calendar month. JOSEPH A. REID, .ATTrORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-Ar-LAW COVINGTON, LA. E. D. SAUNDERS, Attorney-at-Law. All business intrusted to him will Jneet with prompt and careful attention. Commurteations of whatever nature, in tended for him, can be le(t with Francis A. Guyol, collector, etc., Courthouse, Covington, La. - jaG F. A. OUYOL, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. O...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 June 1883

'THE St . TIMMANYI FAARtRR. Ms. a . . KBRENTZ L, Proprietses SW. G. KENTZEFJ........Earoa Ami B iasu.s Manaer; O foial Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. Iq8SUED JFERY SATURUAY AOne opy, one year .... : ... . 2 100 oa* opy six monthes. ........... 1001 one oopy three months........... -50 CerMaItjln, Juaie --S 1883. Who'sgot the gold medal? is the .queqiop with the little ones. Dyapepsia. the bug-bear of epien jeans, is relieved by Brown's Iron Bitteij. Jme Cream! 0, Ice Ceau. ! Wh'ere is Anat Patsy and her coveted little ;wheelbarrow? Parish warrants, receivable for 4.4e liee~es and taxes of 1883, for I sale at office. '?h editor is .rin.elig,from a se- . were eaid, and that accounts for the f scareeness of reading matter this week. The subject at Covington in the t morning will be "The Rewards and h Punishments of the Bible." All o serious, thinking persons are invi- v ted to attend. b Rev Geo, T. Vickers will preach n -to-morrow ($.pnday) morning at e- o leven o'clock, in the ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 June 1883

Wt4tO.JUTNE 23, ieee. TheSecret cC the Universal success of B&own'sron Bitete is sim plythis: Itisthebestlron ~reparation ever made; is ccmpomuidedonthoroughly dcantifi&. auical and mnbdoua", pdnipes and does justwhatis daimed for it-no uare and no less. By thorough and rapid :aSS onhltiO with th blood, it reachcs every part ofthe -Y l ealing, puaying .and atiuagthening. Cor. mencing at the fosindatiou itbuilds up and restores lost emth,-.4a no-otherway can tig benef be Obtainedc 9Th IemA+chkq~. N.,,y Ihauwm haw II m. a~a enablwemse. Nam ly a.wraim L I: ro r ed mssy lma. I &d r -r. I ,e -. rm $aw s I . a C. MncarE ~tgpww'~ hoat Bimas 40* not conain awhiskey ,or $cabo. and will not MUNaI the teeth, or cause m nd constipation. ~ 4ekfs nerv -It Ema dyepsa, ie by . aDnu &C.Cpl f f; A J1 udzmo. ERanxn ever Lb, eei rn in its effets 0 MEa REan Pacot Ba saw. S :,hii lo.0 Dollats L I.. Jan. 31 188 D 2M abO.., Gesk:--Har lag ~ealf your Kendall's with great success, I bit you k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 June 1883

*TIIE, ST. TAMMANY FArIMERI COVINGTON. JUNE 23, 15o:;. 31.%RRIIA EIS AND I)EATIUS. We publish Malrria.g an I Death No tices in the L.1:ailt.R io of 'i.:l.'r. Tt., " mast be writti. plaidnly. ::ud ,.nt in by six o'chIt-k FIiday =c nin. 0',n gritulatorv v"..narks and -li.uari.s will ,.e charged fore :t o,' ri. :i: t .tcl ad rti.s- . ratt. Ti -- --- - -------- --r, Rosedile iCoIl;ýa e. FORMERLY CONVENT HOUSE. COVING-TON, LA. Is Now OPEN TO T;11. P.tLe. w. Board, per Month, l; per* davy, 81 S. In 3.D/: L. C. L"'I. ETIt,. : ,r. This bear.tiful r..i ,'I . ., fi:: :in en th," Bogie 1".tia. i. ,Iet," . ' t t. I J..ghtful and g i. trtt i:'i' l ,.: . i t L ,.ti i- ; AumI . notel fir i. h.ti.,t"iy i .a., .tdl for its cel, r. d,! i t ... " Fam ili -s , .iri :; to lrocn , ,:re I .".r ! 4:.t: dbo so by ad[,A its,, -1 thll r ;- . at o. 33 .T. i'IILLt'I'il. 1:li, N.w { O)rleans. Claiborne CCtt ;Ce. Pine Woods Retreat. COVINGTON, LA. --------- ---- 11 Board per .Monlt,~ '33: per Gro Day, S: 30, ,Tl:...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 June 1883

"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL.. 9. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. JUNE 30, 1883. NO. 23 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. BOLIVAR EDWARDS, Attorney-at-Law, AMITE CITY..............LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi pahoa, Washington, St. Tammany, St. Helena and Livingston. ocli ly JOHN WADSWORTH, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW Fraunklinton, La. Will practice in the Eighteenth Judi cial District, Will be found at the Clerk's office, in Covington, La., from the 20th to the last of each calendar month. JOSEPH A. REID, ATTORINEY AND. COUNsELLOR-AT-LAW COVINGTON, LA. E. D. SAUNDER, Attorney-at-Law All business intrusted to him will -weet with prompt and careful attention. Communications of what.vt.r nature, in tended for him, can be left with Francis .& ` (Gypl, collector, etc., CourthoL'i'e. C ovington, La. ja6 F. A. GrUYOL, JUSTISE OF THE PEACE. OFrrCE--Courthouse, Covington. La DR. E. R. RANDOLPH LATE OF...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 June 1883

, . T .- A8 Mrs. S V. KFI~E TZEL, Proprietress :W. G. KENTZEL......... 1Mrro %304.;J J9 ur'i the P> h, One eaopy, one f... .. ........ 00 "nee copy i8t r mth. ..... ....... 100 One epy tbrecb.toitha .......... .i50 Covi>stetm,. June 30,-# . . There are plenty of gold medals in California. Ther will be a picnic to-day at Page's bhoollouse. Parish warrants, receivable for the licees and tales of 1883, for sale at tlif ofice. Now isagood time to recall the old rule: ~icek to your flanne)s until they stick to you." The Police Jury will meet next "[Monday, for the purpose of review ingtbhe mssmetit rolls. Tbhan to 3r. Tl o. Lunu for some Sme Vngar co~rn d tomatoes. Th. e we have seep this year. This has been another week pf thpasc lightniug Ond incessant rain. The crop outlook becomes pwor g Joy+r every day. The Board of Trustees of Coxing -fol High ehool will hold a meet ing to-day, for the transaction of imports t business in connection with the school.. Naest Wednesday, the Fnm ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 June 1883

" AO C TON. JUNE 30. 1888. umas Co--ongton olge, No. S 188, . and A. ]L, meet at their all . ver W.C. Warrep's store, the l aturday in every month, at Seastor Kellugg has secured 1,700,000 jyoe g ~b~d for the Cal ,asies, Pearl, Teche and Atchafa A yomg ladies' seminary blew ap the, other day down Fast. It is supposed that a ppark go into the powder-room. A,ompar7p in Lyons, Iowa, will pret a match factory that will pro dade 300,000 matohes a day and 6m ploy about sixty 'men. Lemons eaten raw are excellent for rheumti.n, and are recom mended for this troublesome ail maentby many of our best physicians. ChIiWo 9ws. Nervousnes., peevishnees and fretting, so often connected with with overworked I egalee' livs, is RaIdly relieved by Brown's Iron A Western farmer in Ioa esti mates that the profit of raising one wo-year.~4 saorthorn steer for marketis equal to tat of eighteen seab steers which have to be kept three years or more before they are Whem apt. Cook first visited tahiti, the nati...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 June 1883

TIIE 3T. TAMI.IANY FARMER COVINGTON. JUNE 30. 1b8:I. MArRI AM'ES AND I)EATllS. We publish Marriage and Death No, .tices in the FAUenR free of chearge. T h,.e mist be written plainly, antd sent in ,'y six o'clock Friday eveni:nC. ',mn gra:nlatory remarks anld obituaries will 9 .1 charged for at our re;gular atiderti iung r:ct.s. Rosedalo Cottage. FORMERLY CONVENT HOUSE. COVINGTON, LA. Is Now OrlSX Yo r,. i'U: l. lGoa'd. per oit.sti. $33; per da y, 61 50. ! da1S. L. C. L vjI;E2'.IN Ma,-y r. 'Th!i. bcanti' l r"-'il' nee, frorti!n:: on tl. l:gue F.,i.:. i.: one f the ..,; (; e j:ghlitful andt cha.rm:im:g tih:ce in I...i.; :ua.i notedl for its healthy clhriatc. and for its celehrat.ed spJrings. Families dteiring to procure hearT, can do. s by applbl'in on the IprmLis , ,r at No. 338 Sri. PHILLIPPI'E STREET, New Orleans. Claiborne Cottage. Pine Woods Retreat. COVINGTON. LA. Board per Mounth, ~iS j per Day, $1 . 0. This charming residence, situate.3 on a hill, opposite the Town of ('cvingt...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 July 1883

"The Blessings cf Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 9. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. JULY 7, 1883. NO. 24 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. BOLIVAR 1 EDWARDS, Attorney-at-Law, A'JITE CITY .............. LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi pa hoa, Washington, tt. Tammany, St. 1lsbena and Livingston. ocl4 ly JOHN4 WADSWORTH, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW Franklinton, La. Will practice in'the Eighteenth Judi oial District, Will be found at the Clerk's otlice, in Covington, La., from the 20th to the last of each calendar month. JOSEPH. A. REID, ATrORNEo AND. COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW COVINGTON, LA. E. D. SAUNDERS, Attorney-at-Law. All business intrusted to him will .meet with prompt and careful attention. Communications of whatever nature, in tended for him, can be left with Francis A. Gnuyol, collector, etc., Courthouse, Covington, La. jaU F. A. GUYOL, JuSTIcE OF THE PEACE. O1rIcE-Courthouse, Covington. La DR. E. R. RANDOLPH LATE OF NEw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 July 1883

THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER 'lrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Peoprietree W. G. KENTZEL ........ Eneoa'n med Bustimess MAmager. OMicial Journal of the Parish of $t. Tammany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY On copy, one year...... ......$2 00 One copy six months. .......... I1 () J)ne copy three months........... 50 Co.vitsgtm, Jully .7, 1883. Three cases of yellow fever pre •repor'ed at the Pensacola quaran tine station. Archbishop J. B. Purcell tied .sat Blaunchard, Ohio, lust Tuesday. He was a priest sixty years, ans a Bishop fifty yea-s. Right. Rev. Win. Pink,:ey, Epis ,copal Bishop of Mar land, died suddenly at Hagerstowu, la.t Wed nesdar, aged 73 years. At the late term of the District Court, ip Washington parish, the .Grand Jury failed to find any true bills. This speaks well for our ;model sister parish. In New York, list Wednesday, .T. A. Knox, editor of Texas Siftings, sent a challenge to .D B. Sheehan, at sculptor, which was promnptlyac .cepted, and pistols and coffee, were ordered for two. Dr. Colum...

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. — 7 July 1883

ST: TAM ANY FARMER. IN YON. JULY 7. 183. t~'~ aesoumc-Covington Lodge, No. P, . and A. M., meet at their Iall, over W. C. Warren's store, the nd Saturday in every month, at LOCAL ITEMS. Lynch the showman ! green watermelons are getting plentiful and cheap. Hoffman's ice-cream saloon is a favorite resort these warm evenings. The road to Old Landinu is in a very bad condition, almost impassa ble in some places. Miss Adeline Heintz left Cov dngton last Tuesday morning, on a visit.to relatives in Ohio. The ooloyed man, Jhnu Roberts, charged with rape, will have a hear iag before Judge Thompson to-day. Circuit Court will meet in Cov ington the fourth Monday in this month. We learn there is one case on the docket. We learn that the picnic at the flerman Settlement, last Wednes ay, was largely attended, and aN presentenjoyed themselves. The weather still continues vari able. Sunshine and showers alter nate with commendable regularity, while the air is close and sultry. The work of repairin...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 7 July 1883

THIIE ST. TAIMIANY fAI}IEL' . COVINGTON. JULY 7. 1883. • MARILIAUE AND DEATH.S. We publish Marriage an l Death No tioes in the FAuwER tfree of T(hearie. They must be written plainly, mnd sent iin by six o'cl'ek Friday evening. C'on gratulatoq remarks and uo.ituaries will .be chargae for at our regular advcrtis.iu rates. Rosedale Cottage. FORIERLY CONVENT HOUSE. COVINGTON, LA. Is Now OpjN TO Tr.n PUBiuC. JBeard, per Mlonlmh, $33; per day, $1 50. MRS. L. C. Lc1RETON, Manager. This beautiful residcnce, fror:ting on the Bogue Falia, is one of tLeo n,.st dte ! ghtful and chsnnui- g places in Lo:.isi nma, noted tor its healthy climate, and for its celebrated springs. Families desiring to procure bcard can - do.io by npplying on the premis. ., or at N1o. 338 SI. PUILLIPPE ST.E.rT, New Orleans. Claiborne Cottage. Pine Woods Retreat. COVINGTON. LA. Board per Month, $35; per Day, $1 50. This charming residence, situated on a hill, opposite the Town of Covington, on the banks of the BIoge Fali...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 July 1883

------------ --- - -- ----- - - -- m t , TI I "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 9. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. JULY 14, 1883. . - -- - ---- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. BOLIVAR : EDWARDS, Attorney-at-Law, AMITE CITY.............LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi pahos, Washington, St. Tammany. St. Helena and Livingston. oc1i ly JOHN. WADSWORTH, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW Franklinton, La. Will practice in the Eighteenth Judi olal District, Will be found at the Clerk's office, in Covington, La., frt.l the 20th to the last of each calendar month. JOSEPH A. REID, ATTORNEY AND. COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW COVINGTON, LA. E. D. SAUNDERS, Attorney-at-Law All business intrusted to hiam will meet with prompt and careful attention. Communications of whatever nature. in tended for him, can be left with Francis ** A. Guyol, collector, etc., Courthouse, Govington, La. juti -1 F. A. GUYOL, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. OmCE-Court...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 July 1883

THE sr. TKs1MANY FARMER. Mrs. S. V. KENTZIhL, Proprietress WV. G. KENTZEL ...... Mnnon And Basimess Massager. Official Journal of the Parish of St. "Timmany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY OPneo.,., on, year.... . ... .-_ iHI One copy slix naibhs. ........... 1 4 One Ceony tharee months .......... 0 CoUvirw ten, July A i, 1883. -otice. The NONEY ORDER Department of the Coangtop" o'totliEe will h1 open from 9 A. X. till 4 P. V. A. 1. DrxAs.. P 31. No rain for nearly a wek. Work on the streets is progress ing. . : .ee cream and sods water at Hbffmnan's. See Pohee Jury proceedings on mxet page. Coviungton is now a money order oflice. See antice. cane ip looking fine and a good yield. There will be a big fish-fry at hlorse-shoe springs to-day, provided they catch any big fish. Mr. W. L. Davenport and Miss Celestine tiseet were married, in Covington, last Saturday evening. 'Mr. J. E. Smith will leave Cov ington, next Tuesday, on a visit to relativeb in Baltimore and New York City._ A son of Mr. Z...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 July 1883

ME . TAMIAWY FABMER.i GOWINGTON. JULY x4. 1883. .MYuomc-Covington Lodge, No. $88, F. and A. M., Meet at their pall, over W. C. Warren's store, the second Saturday in every month, at 7:80 F. w. PROCEEDINGS -OF THE POLICE JURY -OF- St. Tammany Parish. Cov~ntop, la., July 9, 1883. The Police Jury met on-the above Aate. Present-J. IL Allison, M. Burns, B. Galat@a, W. B. Rogers, W. E. Parker, OChs. Aubry and K A. Orr. Abeent---A Cousin, P. Welch. The minutes of the last meeting ,were read and approved. The followiag bills were approv .ed: Jordan Stuart, commissioner of .election, Feb. 15, 1883, $2. B. I. Barks, commissioner of election and returning officer, Feb. 15, '83.$4. Frank MeQaeon, commissioner pof electio, Feb. 15, '88, $2. B. A. Orr, commissioner of elee Jion and returning officer, Feb. 15, '83, $4 B. A. Orm commissioner of elec tion sad reuning" officer, Nov. 7, Dr. Gh. .Tebault, Coroner, to holdi_ innuest on the body of Senry Danaels, May 11, 1883; $5; to au oaing and aVeasin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 July 1883

THi. ST. TAMM3ANY FAR11MER. COVINGTON. JULY 14. 1883. il u i - MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. We publish Marriage and Death No tioes in the FiRMER "fer:f harlre. They must be writtenu plainly, and sent in by six o'clook Friday evening. Ct'n Prtulatory reu:.arks i,,d (oiitlaries will e charged for at our regular advertising rates. Rogedale Cottage. FORMERLY CONVENT HOUSE. COVINGTON, LA. Is Now OrE.s TQ T.. PULImIC. Board. per Month, g35: per day, $1 50. MRS. L. G. L'Il;RETON, Ma:-cger. This beautiful rtsiden'e, frorting on the liogue Feli:s, is one of the mC st de ,ghtful axd ehlarming places in lurmisi ana, noted for its L.:dthy climate, and for its celebriatl springs. Families desiring to procnue bo.,rd cuan dose by applying on the promis, s, or at No. 338 ST. P1IILLIPPE STREET, NeS Orleans. Claiborne Cottage. Pine Woods Retreat. COVINGTON, LA. Board per lMouth, $85; per Day, 1t 50. This charming residence, situated on i hill, opposite the Town of Codngton, on the banks of the Bogue Falia r...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 July 1883

"The Bleaings of Goverrment, Like the Dews from Heaven, SBould Descend Alike upon the ick asu the eor~," VOL. 9. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. JTLY 21, 1883. NO. 26 PROFESSIONAL CARDS :iOLIVAR: EDWARDS, Attorney-at-Law, AMITE CITY............. LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi pahos, Washington, St. Tammany, St. HSelena and Livingston. ocl4 ly JOHN WADSWORTH, AITORNEY AND CoUNSELORL-AT-LAW Franklinton, La. Will praetice in the ;ight.enuth Judi e "I District, Will be fo:,nl at the Merk's ofce, in Curilgton, La.. from Jhe 20th to the last otf each calle.)dar g month, JOSEPH A. REID, ATrOiNEY ANDj CorM~.Lor-AT-LAw COVINGTONQ, - L. E. D. SAUNDERS, Attorney-at-Law All business intrusted to him will meet with prompt and careful attention. J)ommuniuotions of whatever nature, in aended for him, can be left with Francois A. Guyol, collector, etc., Courthouse, Jovingtou, La. ja6 F. A. G.YTOL, JUSTICE OF THE PEA-CE OrCi-Courthouse, Covington. La _R. E. R. RANDOLPH LATE o9 NEW ORL...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 21 July 1883

TIBi S r. TAMIIINY FARMER.1 )Irs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDrTOR 1ad Businmess Mamager. Official Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. O)ne cLpy, one year.............. .2 'LI Onue eop. nix morths. ........... 1 00 S eI) opy three kmonth........... 50 G .ýý r tn--- Caiwrat n, July 21, 18!3. Notice. The- ONEY ORDER Department of ,the Cnongton Postoflice will be open from 3 A. x. till 4 P. ]t. A. 11. DnIAs. P. 31. MAsoIc-Covington Lodge, N% 188, F.' and A. M., meet at their Hall, over W. C. W\arren's store, the second Satird lay in every mouth, at P::Mi P. M. W`.arm friends are easy t' find, these hot days. Circuit Court will convene in ,Covington next Monday. The thermometer has been up into the ninet;~e ihbis week. We bad a flue shower of rain yes terday afternoon, which cooled the air and converted the dust into mud. Mr. Benjamin Houghton has ap plied for letters of administration on the estate of the late Casper M. Fogg. There has been an unusual num ber...

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