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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 August 1883

'HE ST. TAMMAKNY 'ARIMER. OOVINGTON. AUG. 25. 1883. Masonrc--Covington Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. M., meet at their Hall, over W. C. Warren's store, the second Saturday in every month, at 7:30 P. x. Notice. * The ONEY ORDE0 R Department of the Covington 'ostotlice will be open fromn 9 A. . till 4 p. i. - A. M. Dmus, P. M. LOCAL ITEMS. See Sheriffs Cook's notice to tax payers. Two columns and a half of new advertisements this week. Don't fail to read the column ad vertisement of L. Wheeler & Co. The Jokner House wiil be sold at auction to-day, in New Orleans. The extract from the poem, "A Rhyme of the War," is too long for our columns. Quarterly meeting, to-day and to-morrow, at the, German Settle ment. Public invited. , 1 The steamer New Camelia, on and-after Sept. 1st, will leave Old Landing at 2 P. m., on excursion days., See notice. Whoever wil be present at the Methodist Church, next Wednes .day evening, will her? something to their advantage. When the High School opens, on M...

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. — 25 August 1883

Tai sT. TAMMANY F'ARMER. COVINGTON. AUG. 25. 1883. MA IGAGES AND DEATUS. Wi. pllish TMarriage and Death No tic.s ia ti. I'As_-.nt fjreef charge. 'They ,,rl,ý, h,' written plainly, and sent in byi ' ..l-k Fiiday evening. Con gratililtory remarkis and. obituaries will ube c::.rg 1 ior at our regular advertising rates. Rosedale Cottage. FORMERLY CONVENT HOUSE. COVLNGTON, LA. Is Now Ovrs TO Ts PYC::LIE. Board. per Month, w35; per tlda. I81 5'. MrS. L. C. LcIBETOhN, Manager. T!i . ,tifu :-"iidce, frorting on th. i' : F-'i., i ., of the most .d1 ,-i 1 . .wl.l , .::: i a:i lees in Loui ,i- . ai .,fot.ed for it; hl&'thy climate, and for its relebratt . splrings. F:..iiek.i. di siring to iprocur0 board can dos . y a .ply ing on the pr~.m!is:s, or at No. 3,3 81. pHllI i PE STJREET, New Orleans. Claiborne Cottage. Pine Woods Retreat.' COVINGTON, LA. Board per Month, $35: per ( Day, $L 50 c This charming residence. situated o a hilL.opposite the Town of Covinuton, on the banks of the l;og~e...

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 September 1883

d ry ..n ;'l ~ý" ' . .".e Es:iy of Government. Lik the .e .s fr3:, -Ec..ae.. S:horl' Dcscnd Ai i e ? on t e Rich and the Pocr." vOL. 9. COVINGTON. ST. T1A"3MANY PAI.SH. LA. SEPTEMBER 1, 1883. NO. 35 P~it)Fr 'IONAL C XIRi). .B9TI~VAR ED W-A E Attornby'-at-Law, A CTE c i i.......... L A.T~ AI1 cr ..y L~ WVill pr cti!. in the paiiti.ts of klaieua an I Liaiua"-i Ii. o 1 0 l JG3HN WADS VS O-iR1 t H, V t II- .,: tL.: AaLt to u.. :la Idi nai ta-ta. J() 1-1 c-!!r:t= A. : D.f-!''\ I 1-- r F.D. 3J}K fAttcYa rIr y at- - vV I1a C2±a.1 is ti "lt -. a. '1 J. F. A. y k:>., .Drtt.J - '" . it, (L . ;ic-~i. tout n''' & i i 1 21* Wr. J. F. O1 WI'W . . L·i'4.1';I a~l~ lacc ISI4 iti 1, T ann 1. D. )t TO : ,, 5 It l ;'.: \ . :' (..raiafto ll.'. . i, . '. t . t * -e _ - a ru c jjrfC(d in t ·?·i `: 11· Oi > r AT t 1t Kim Yvifiic-·;·· . LYC 1i: :ivti~t tit. :t (I:'3' 1 ý " " v tsoniI111a, ti:i1.-t 'ti t ::.:: C l:'ý :,T": :l - plt'4 ',I tc":d I' ý' ' cd to' j,.d7iaC![Ip E 10 i 111 i .i U . i "t t ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 September 1883

.THE ST. TAMMANY FAllMERI. Mrs. 5. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress 'IW. G. KENTZEL... ....EDrrT -aud Jusiners Mansaser. So1ial Journal of the Parish of St. Tamrnany. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY $SC1SCIPI'juy iA TES One copy, one year............. 2 One copy six months. ............ I iU One vpy thrre moanths ........... 50 Coevi tns e.l Sept. i, 'IfS . -~~~~~ .-1~~.~ .. This bein our "'rst o! Solptexn- c ber edition," we hlave ,ri:tedl three extra copies. They can be bought 1 of the carrier, or at this oficie., in wrap]ters, ready for maiiiug. Price, 5 cents. 1 Capt, Win. McNulty, Sheriff of t Pike county, lMiss., who was st ru-k t by a passin g locomctive, on the 3d c of August, died on the 11th. He s was 53 years old, and was serving s his tlird term as Shleri,.. Major R. Waipole and wife are .t a visit to friends and relativos in Covington. The Mejor has ie eently located in Florida, near Sumterville, where he has invested in a young orange grove. He is also merchandising at Ceday Key, c bein...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 September 1883

E ST. TAMMIAN'Y FARMER. COVINGTON. SEPT. 1, 1863. MAsoNIc-Covington Lodge, No. 88, F. and A. 1M., meet at their a.llover W!.C. Warren's store, the ond Saturilay i~ every mouth, at :30 P. M. Notice. The MONEY ORDER Department of e Corington .'cst flco :.ill be open roeie A. m. till 4 P. M. A. M. Duuas, P. M. S LOCL 'jTEMS. 01 Where is the Oyster boat? Rain is needled, both in town and. Mr. .Eugene Smith left for Cen. aar College yesterday morning. See noticet timber and log men, by Mr. Jules Brady, in another lump. To Henry Dents we areindebted ;for oar first "mesa" .f new sweet potatoes. The Courtney brothers, gyr-. nasts, gave a free ex ibitioa on the street Thursday evening. The regular.aionthly ineetipg .of ,.he Board of Aldermen will take . laee,nezt Wednesday evening. Raw.rz..--The rnfte for M~ Paul Dnlion's horse will take place at "Mr. Eqnie aFrederick's store, ae t Tuesday,. t 1 p. *. The hotels are doing a good lsai pess. As fast as one crowd goes ,another comes, and 4te la...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 September 1883

'i". .ý:' T'JM:ýl1.Y F 'RMEU. S : IN.` SANPf) DEATSH. `. t '"i.. : uii Death No 1 , (r rhowe 'he" I. ··' ,- ·· ;.' ·:I I.':1- ;uid\ scnut ii. ""ý' C3VE9 T HOUSE. CO RN G'3'0\, L A. Is fit,': OPL; TO TI;: Pz IC. Loo tl. pr~r :Mouth, S35: Pe" I da':.-, -- 30 JI'S. L. (7 le]iif -:., R e,O frortnc;.! tile ls gi'ý E'itil, i ''tnie tt tale ni.'st d' hLiii and en:irw!in! 1lcet in Loni!ii [trItS lltily chzuattt. itn.1 IP;i i, h·! Ir I.,il ug to pc.i'.re 1tir! can:I d[o~t, *' app lying nu tine proicit or ;,t ; 31o.23 ST. r1HiLLLIPPE :TREET, Nex Claiborne Cottage. Pine Woods Retreat. CO ;INGTONT, LA. -Boird per 1Ioauth, $35; per Thair ~t 50. 4nis itarnl: U' redien'e, situated oil ~ n hid. o. athie 1'ovra of Cerin 'to'., "11 t!, .)...k444, Ilk t it? ~ i Bo kaliat rive: 2,c<_.1 .. j -:n". fur~·i ;J its heaithfful cri .1 i :. . scenery, i3 al,, 2.".' 'l:::'t a ' lc -"k Iiibnefient srin I :.. aic-s `It2.,rll tL 3 roire Iboar 2 c"..:1 ,(, .v : .s ; ."Hiressia:; oi l ,.. MULBERRY GROV1I ?Near Co...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 September 1883

lit. TauutRaqr ____8#? "The ilessings of Government, Like the Dews from Keave.. Should Descend Alike upnn the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 9. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH. LA. SEPTEMBER 8,. 1883. NO. 36 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. BOLIVAR EDWARDS, Attorney-at-Law, AMIITE CITY L........... LA.I Will practice in the parishes of Tangi pahoa, 1Vashington, 1t. Tammany, St. Helena and Livingstcn. ocli ly JOHN WADSWORTH, ATrOBRNEY AND UULTNSELOIR-AT-LAW Franklintou, La. Will practice in tse Eighteenth Judi aiAl District, W\ill be found at the (tlerk's otice, in Covington; La., from ,the 2Uth to the last of each.ealendar month. JOSEPH. A. REID, 4T roNER ANp CUQUSELLOR-AT-LAW COVINGTON, LA. E. D. SAUNDERS, Attorney-at-Law All business iitruste.l to him will meale with prompt and careful attention. i,.nUautiIctiUns of whatever nature, in tep led for him, can be left with Francis A. GOrol, collecter, etc., Courthouse, ovriigton,. La , jab F. A. -UWT-OL, JUSTICE OF THE PJEACE. Orrca--Courthonse, Covington...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 September 1883

.THE s r. T,:MIANT FARMER. )Mrs. V. V. KENTZEL, Proprietrei.s . i.. KENTZEL........EuTon ~q4! Business lMauarer. Mfc~tai Joarnal of the Parish "' f St. Tammany. S SEl) EVERY SATURDAYI S!::t.''Rl'TION :A 7 'l:s ne 'ec.r y, neiyea r... ....... I -! :.....,o y i. m n. . s. ............ 1 4 .)nef ctai. three mIl nthx ........... . C~or'ilston,, Sept. 8, 18..3. The tr'ial of the Jenins brothers ,ass Iweue postponed until January text. They were refused a change of venue. Dr. J. ~F. Chambers left for East Baton Ronuge parish, last 'Vednes 'lay ev.ailig, and expects to 1. gone ahount a month. The dcth:r has been in very poor health lately, and are hope the ch-luge, to-;ether vwiti freedom tromu professional cares, will prove beneficial to him, eld that he may return inl October pntirely recovered from his present i-lisposiion. .- The entertainment and ball, next TIaureal:ay evening, promises to be a very enjoyable event. Every preparation is being made to insure its success. The music will...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 September 1883

.E[IE ST. TAMMANY f'A E. OOVINGTON. SEPT. 8, 1883. MAsomo--Covington Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. 3M., meet at their Hall, over W. C. Warren's store, the aseond Saturlay in every mouth, at :30) P. x. Notice. The KONEY ORDER Department of jae Corington Postofie will Ie open tom 9 . .L tiUl P. M A. IL Dras, P. H. LOCAL ITEMS. Miss Mary Kellar's private school t opened last Monday with a very good attendance. ,The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. r Luciuna Gauley died in Covington yesterday afternoon. We received our first postal note ti last Tuesday night. It was prompt- s ly cashed at the postoffice. ties Maria Thayer, of New Or loans, who has been on a visit to Gis Cora Smith for several days, c left yesterday morning for Texas. There was a pleasant sarpjise party at Mr. Norman's last u;ght. I The young folks returned this morning, with happy faces and mua sri by the band. The fare on the steamer New Ca amelia has beep raiswi to one dollar each way, and on excursion days, one dollar for the ...

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 September 1883

,THE S.T. TAMIMA1SN FA'?RER. ---- -- - COVINGTON. SEPT. 8,1883. M~IRRIAGES AND DEATHS. We publisbh Mrriage and Death No tise a a n te F sa free of ch rge. They i"at be' written plainly, and selt in by siz o'cloc.' Friday evening. Con gatulnatory remarks and obituaries will b~ oharged for at our regular advertisingg rateas- .-Rosedale Cottage. a FORMERLY CONVEIT HOUSE. COVINGTON, LA. js Now OPE1 To THE PIuBLIC. Board, per Month, $3&5 per day, $1 50. MIS L. C. Le.RETOŽN, "Janageri This beatlfiil residence. frortlng on the B eogsdFlis, is one of the most de llghtfli and charming places in L..iia- C ona, nr.ted for its healthy climate, and - for its celebrated springs. Faiuiles desiring to procure board can do s1 tab applying on' the premises, or at No. 831 S'p.Y iLLI.PE bf.RFE1, 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 Bogu...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 September 1883

Jt, Tamnaqg Farmgr. "The Bleasings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 9. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA. SEPTEMBER 15, 1883. 1NO. 87 PROFESSIONAL CARDS, BOLIVAR EDWARDS, Attorney-at-Law, AMITE CITY.............. LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi pahon, Washington, bt. Tammany, St. `Selena and Livingston. ocl4 fy JOHi WADSWORTH, ATTOJtEY AoD C4OUNSELOR-AT-LAW Frauklinton, La. Will practice in the Eighteenth Judi oial )isarict, Will be touna at the 'Clerk's ofoce, in Covington, La., from hke 2uth to the last of each calendar "month. SOS3EPH. A. REID, ArroaNEY AND COGNSELLOR-AT-LAW COVINGTON, LA. E. D. SAUNDERS, Attorney-at-Law. All bu.iness intrustedt to him will eit with prompt and careful attention. (ommanueations of whatever nature, in tended for him, can be left with Francis 'A. Gayol, collector, etc., Courthouse, Covington, La. ja6 F. A. GUYQL, JUoe Cs or Tas PEACE Orrss,-Courthouse, Covington. La DR. E. R....

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 September 1883

,THE S". T] 'ANYY FARME1D. Mrs. S. V. ii.:1ZEL, Proj'netres W' .IE '1 .. ..... EDITOR *ndIt stues Mammager. f$1cia1 Journal of the Parsh of S . Tammany. F I":' Ry SATZJRDAY n ,q ..rr ............. I ~rim Stil.Sept. 1.i, tS.;. The L::! Iaian-Ad'voeate has ie l.u're.dl i, :,i.,r of Gov. S. D. dfe Enery. T' t;evite their man, h.)w ever, th:.:t Ipaper niil iev-r ''t,( F.ccnid t'o l*1 ttipt to Ieiittzl tlih gcd nlae e .t .L deserved high re pute of :i-: gl. lant competitors." The ihr:+.rff-1prtr Daily and 1'e-ek ly De,rc,'-t is a new candidate for public faror. It is ably edited 1bv !-.' e 1':I. A. Se:t nal C-aptain -:,:ltel M1. M.orrisou, while Mir. IL. 3t. Sirnmomls is the proprietor. We "!.hi the rmew en.,erprise abundant ; v-ri large and enthusiastic p.i.ss meeting was held in Amiti} City, on tha 1st inst., at which Judge Win. Duncan was elkcted 't a meumber of the Dewmcratic State Central Committee. The Og i!en a'oveuent was introduced, and se-eral speeches were made by npr.uinent m...

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 September 1883

TH3 ST. TAMEANY IArM!iL pX viNGTON. SEPT. 1S, 1883 LOCAL ITEMS. "Venus Andyomene" reached .s FPriday evening-too late. for ti .day's paper. We will immortalise her in our next. There will be a constable's sale of a horse and buggy, at the Court house to-day, in the suit of H. J. Smith ,s. Henry Badon. -The sugar cane crop is n9t eo good in this Parish as last seaso.i on account of dry weather. The sweet potato crop is also short Through the liberality and en .ergy 1o our citizens, and some out side friepds, the road to Old Lana ing has been put in fine condition. Just as we predieaed, matcher have "come down a little," and are now selling, "three boxes for i aiekel." They must "'come dowin some more" before long. Bev. GeO. T. Vickers will preach In R. Methodist Church, in Cov ington, to-morrow (Sunday)+ at t11 A. x., and at Page's Schoolhouse at 4.o'clock P. x. The public are re spectfully invited to attend. Only a few'bales of cotton have been ,brqught to Covington so far this seas...

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 September 1883

' COVINGXTON. SEPT. 15, 1843. - - - -- - - ---- __ _ __ -JIARRIAGS: AND DEATHS. We p: blish Marriage and Death No tices itsthe F.4UER freof charge. They n:ust be w rifen plainly, and sent in by six o'clock Friday evening. .:in. - gratuletory re:marks and obituaries xvilli 'ba charged for at our regular advertiiusi rates. Rosedale Cottage. .FO XER LY CONVERT 4 HOUSE. COVINGTON, 14. Is Now OPEN TO THL PUBLIC. Board, per Montbh, $5; per dapy, 1 80. MRS. L. C. LeBRETON, Janager. This beautiful residence, frorting on the Bogue Falia, is one of tie moxst de i.ghiial and charming places in LouisCi ..na, noted tor its healthy climate, and for its Celebrated springs. Families desiring to procure board oan eo so by applying on the premises, o at I . .33 Sr. eel iL Eg sThEE L, New Orteans. Claiborne Cottage. Pine Woods Retreat. COVINGTON, LA. psaui per Mouth $85; per This charming residence, situated en a hill, opposite the Town of Covington, ba the banks of the Bogue Falia river, besides bein...

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 September 1883

"The Blessings of Governzent. Like the Dews from Heaven. Shomld Descend Alike upon the Eich and the Poor." VOL. 9. COVINGTON. ST. TAMM.ANY PARISH, LA. SEPTEMBER 22, 1883. NO. 38 PROFESSIONAL CARDS, -- ------ _.---- - 0OLIYAR EDWARDS, i Attorney-at-Law, AMITE CITY............. LA. Will practice in the parishes of Tangi pehoa, Washington, bL Taminmany, St. Helena and Livingston. ocl4 ly JOHN WADS WORTH, 'ATTrroNET AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAWC Frankliuton, La. Will practice in the Eighteenth Judi- I eial District, Will be found at the I< E'lerk's olice, in Covington, La., froum a the 20th to the last of eachi calendar, :month s i JOSEPH, A. REID, ATroRaNEY ALD COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW a t COVINGTON, LA. E. D. SAUNDERS, Attorney-at-Law. All business intrusted to him will meet with prompt and careful attention. "Communacations .,f whatever nature, in tended for him, can be left with Francis A. Guyol, collector, etc., Courthouse. A ,Uoviugton, La. jati F. A. G(UYOL, A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. SOla--Con...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 September 1883

'.V. KFLNi71ZL, Pro'rtrettee W`. <<. KENTyj.L.. Enr C. ;i uesy .iir3*Aer. 9i":2i JTnzrnab f tIhO garish of St. Tammany. IS6 UF:D EV~I:1; SATURDAY ! i i t .i.º rO! ' t.tr $260 '1u : - l's. O 1j I . ' ~-:'y 'x ' UI.1lIi "Macd-(nai:ld ant C'lvelan.d" are iaevtiotones. a: te Dleocra tic stavd b,-:rre-s iin 1 . The proc.eeds of the, two 'laVs' l, ." battle, :,t hs l "air (iroinids ii .ew' Orlea's, for tl'he Isie it of the Soldiers' ihou-e, foot up about -- -- *l t- .. cotton tac.try wilch is to be r"ii ýv.th Rater poer .,.f,.rded lhy Go Tangip, itl. tiver, is one of the "~"vie.::p iiteud iqt rovemnents at A ..ite Cit v. "Mr.-.• .l!artlit Ga.dtt died at Ariuite City on the eight of the 9th I i,,.-t. She was the widow of Blel j iin iD. Gul! tt, the in:ventor of the celeb-ratte Magrnoli-i Gin, aind founder of the Giuett hin Mdanu fictory at that4-lace. The Ne.'w York Herald has finally arrrived at the cocciuionll lihat the * country would not be endangered I * by the Democratic pI'art...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 September 1883

--- ili el am, la THE aST. TAMMANY I ARiMER.. COVINGTON. SEPT. 22, 1883. LOC4L ITEMS. Autumn begins to-morrow morn ing, at 24 minutes past 4 o'clock. Matches are now selling, in Cov ingtbn, four boxes for a nickel. No more three-cent stamps taken at this office. We have more now than.~ know what.to do with. IJr. Thos. Lunn and family, of Covingtoq, will spend the winter season in th$ city. They left last Tuesday morning. The sudden cool change in the weather appears to be c'nducive to the develapmeng of orange blos soms. More anon. We had a v&y light shower last Monday evening, and a little better one Thursday, although not enough to.settle the dLat. Mr. Cha. S. Pitcher, of Lewis- I burg, wants to exchange horses and piga.for yohag cows with .calves. See advertisement. Covington needs and must have d a daily,wsail "aft the year round," and we don't intend to let you for ,get #---get it-get it, Mr. Boche. otifies the person. who broke she lock of his hog-pen, and left a chisel on...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 September 1883

(\P.' I· \Lcu;: IRN fP.~ Ro L'S' COE Tt. U C(ov1NCV.'ox, j.1 tward. pt:r Month, p e I cfo~ ~ii seT',l: t "-·:~dr · ii~ ie':ty ETO4 $1 ) f.R:a SL(' ~f'ierjUL05TOY 1 :: i 1F'L::u reii c?.n fr.r ti flU o '..Zur:ro;;"a' '.linti t i 2 Q tt t a ' i:,,.aL. z:`. ni ruricg ;aiei: ini L·iui no: t ' 1 ic: itsu hetitby chz.:a- =. z.Xd ,>,s ru ·:"rr~intrd spr;:,,ýi ll" ir a .y u)3t) yiU~g on tit2D'ýrt'is ir.. r~r :ý: Claiborne Cottage. 'Pine Woods Retreat. CUO INGTON. LA. RJoard per otantEm, +35; per1j This c arruoing re.icdenCp. aitn :tad o0 ah.iu, tti·*.. utre lite 'i ,"wa of t ovirngton, t 1u0 the 1.ts of th4 Iuguue I'i tli river. ie'uius &i. 1'g not±I for at' !)alt'.:`t I:i- ' mate _:.n I a. .ntif3l ieeauerl. i; a k eO-)In-lmnjt'di for its !: ;oe:.!'-at .t a rrgi, ia L r. i desiring to )mrqo t bo .ru can-do guo . iw. ty :ira+3lI ·n "Aue pr.m ,a1es iti : 1 -niug . ijuail l 15th. iýi LJ iRtiatt3t' MUIBERYY GHOtirJ' OT. L . Nenr C.'rsictsrp 3T. T4.3(MANY PARY!ZFif . L.. Thz. we kn(nr+ tn...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 September 1883

"The B essings of Government. Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike ucen the Rich and the Poor." VOL. 9. COVIX'TON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH. LA. SEPTEMBER 29. 1383. NO. 89 PROFESSIONAL CARD-. B2tL VAR EDWARDS, Attornby-at-Law, AMUrE cn .1.............LA. \r t I"·L':lit- in tilt! ··.Lti:l(·h , f liil:; 4 Wtjl ji*.t~ tu~ i 112 ~ Ia:1 iýa t au.1 Li i.t4 3 ul i..*i 41 ly JO-XiN WAD.SWOE:Ta, W i d~i.a ikt iiIIQ[..- r tit...i.u eial Atatiact, it tili+ t iiua.i a~i i." the L.Itil Lti Lill lit-it 0,: CiLl'. 1 ) ·L·I: mouth J.O3EP.I £ R ID, CO NI, '.)>;, L.A. E. D. SAUNT vDERS, Att ~rn y :...a w":-ZW Ci u 7OIiU,, L'1a. "Ii"t F. A. GIJYOL. JUsrt!CtE T41 -L LAt'.E OFF!CA 4tOutth-ti:ý', Couit'i ton. Lit DR. E. R. Ra;,.'NDOLPIE Tenders Lis ,ric:.v:o i .',crvitc-i to the p.eoie .i .'f 1t .i. : lu tisty anrid: an Auruu4 gt+, v.. Dr. J. F. C- IAM'BERS. }el T Droon TO 1'MNG J t i' CoitPn Cod'i igtoti, La. DR. B. B. WARREN. 1 gh&tIo "f t-e Ne-w (i).i "! Mi .4111 ('Oi t (do ti' Iii. pr..ft...

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 September 1883

.'~lL .. P. T.MMANY FARMER. Mr-.. S. V. KENTZ1L, Proprietress W. ti. KENTZEL........ Einrt I nd Business Illanager. O rfeiai Journal of the Parish of St. Tammany. j ISSU ID EVERY SATURDAY A)".j. S, (i'aeyear ..............$2 !O :)R.- -.4!,Y wix months. ........... 1 00 tº:3e :. I' three months...... .. 50 Csoisaia&toun. Sept. 29, 1883. Notice. 'Thl, MONEY ORDER.Department of t41e ( ',.l.inton 1'uotuflice will be open im.in "a A. X. till 4 P. :r. A. M. DrMAS, P. 31. NICHOLLS DECLINES THE HONOR. The following letter appears in Fridla:y rrning's Picayune, from ~hice) it will Le seen that Nicholls is Uo.t in the gubernatorial race: NEw OILEANS, Sept. 20, 1883. To the Editor of the Icayunae: Dear Sir-I see that my name is mueutioned in connection with the ommination for Governor. The situation of my private affairs is such as to place it utterly out of my power to enter public life. If I did so, in 1876, it was ex clusively from a sense of duty re sulting from the abnormal condition ...

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