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"The Bleminge of Government, Lie the Dewy from Heaven, Should Descen Alik aupon the Rich ai the Poor"
Yd . COVINGTON. ST. TAKUANY PALI3S, LA., SA&'iDAYO PEBRUARY 1, 1879. NO. 3.
, ae, ae, Sate, aQ, sy.
estoa trm t near Columbia,
S OOVINGTON, LA.
i a s oan bhaM a tfll line of
`1buCi pris aid for Cotton, Hid.., A
dadklI ud. of eountr produce.
H. J. SMITH'S
aJTdAL GROCERY STORE
haa ...sal Lwo..ami. for ity ,m4
Osat ,ry a the lowest
Sprim lpadd for Wool, Hids,
fRA.RLr f HEINTZ, I
.h . sDi npplies of well us
~DR GOODand ohoio.
obea ob t low Agumr.
C Cosatry prodfue taken in oe.
ohiene for goods, at market prioe.
FIla ossasltiom with the general
essetteile business of this hones the
eiueera b.a tablished a neat BAb
Swher he will keep the inma of
W9 Ique s lager Bear, Cigars, et.
mml ona heand and tas prios to suit
IN COVINOTON, BY
A. cehrieber, Jr.,
[Poo,.'a Ow STzm.]
Ugas aso et NAe Onms prio na"
Lastl .toak of
a3 eo00D AID oo.0CEBIES
lab abhele sm.estion tb 8reat
lOUea. BACON, SUGAR,
OOFFE., and so on, to
the end of human
Always on hand.
R Y t7s ONC.i
sept. sa 178.
--MRS. O. VOGEL,
g DRY GOODS,
*Waua Z4reUO ac., ac.
J. E. SMITH,
mRiease 1"-asme a
Conasiag ofal the regt stiple
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
0ardswae and okoaery,
Aad ladeed veqr asiose in demand s
sated to this maoet.
. The Hlghst Prio paid for
This Old Rdiabl.e Hoem o..des
sad forwards goods fre of stoge.
AND IN STOB A
A .7CZ ASSORTMEVT OF JEW
Which I o to sl at
il st one sand suit yo~rel 0
J. x SIT H.
Wmn. C. Warren.
DRY GOODS & GROCERY
Is always hand and prompt to
JULES PECHON, i
-rooeris, Dry Goods, Btb Eta.,
The highest- pri pd for country
Feb. 1.1877. JULES PECHON.
A. S. KOTTWITZ,
(Foaaerly of MoatieUlo, KMis.)
eroaris, nedwrs Boo., SAo. H.trr,
z.', Oc"ag Di Gooda , da
Will pay the highees market prioe for
CoetIm, Bides, Wool and Country Pro.
pes% or beasl asa .ees madon a ame.
NOW IS THE TIME
- TO SUBSBRIBZ
St. Tammany Farmer,
PUBLISHED IN i
Covington, St. Tammany Par.
lsa, Louislana. I
ISUED WEELY. i
-a os nlswpaspap i the Pariah.
Ln unequaled dmrtilma Mdium, hbar
lag a lardand increasing ciroo
lion in St. Tamany
The 1a an will contain each week a
choie variety of select reading matter,
suitable alike for all oluaes of reader.
Mailed to any addres, postage paid, for
the small sum of
Two Dollars Per Year.
For farther particula., address
THE ST. TAMMANY FAM>,
BY ROBERT BADON.
Thisold and popular carrier, connect- A
ing with the Steamer 0nmdia, at Mande- a
ruiil Madisonville and Old Landing, is
carrying the U. S. Mail and thereby ns a
bled to distance all opposition. Every
one is treated courteously. and charges a
are uniform, and no delay on account of
old horses and other vexation. Travelers
desaious of spSd ndsafety, will look
out for Mr. Badon. i
CovumoTox, Sept. 15, 1877.
BOAR FOR SERVICE,
AT "GLEN VIRGIN" FARM,
[TIte W. B. Cook's place, near Abita
The Imported Berkshire Boar "Gen.
Beauregard" is now offered for service to
the public of St. Tammany and adjoin
ing parishes. Terms very moderate and
ALSO-A few fine pigs of Half Chester
and Imported Berkshire stock, for sale
cheap or exchne for sheep.
FRANCIS A GUYOL,
F. Losset, T
Blacksmith & Wheelright,
-Will do all sorts of work in- -
WOOD and IRON, at short notice
.A3 en eseimodating teems.
J. M. THOMPSON,
ATTOBNEY AT LA W.*i
Covington, La. n
JOHN WADSWORTH, t
A-ronauzr & Couneors aa Law.
Will practice in all the courts of the
Sixth Judicial District, and attend all m
the Pariah Courts of St Tammany Par
DR. E. R. RANDOLPH, w
Lrs or Nzw OLZursas pl
Tender his professional services to
the people of St. Tammany pariah and
Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS,
Nmzr Doon To InsesnL' Conwas
DR. ALONZO G1VENS
Offer his professional services to the to
people of St. Tammany.
April 15, 78 tf sta
Blacksmith and Wheelwright,
OZaEE" AsTIU DI IsON AhD WOOD val
He also has bl
CARRY-LOGS, WAGONS, i
Of all kinds for asle cheap for uash, co
I If the oash is not convenient he will pot
be willing to take stock.
Improved French Process ý
1OR DISINCRUSTING d
Positive Action within 2 Waks. r
We treat all waters. whatever impurities
they hold in solution.
Prevente Scale Forming, [
Prevents Corrosion sand Pitting.
Contains no Acid, and Guarante Pero
Acts on all waters whatever their im
Any waters eaa be employed, hard water,
see water or sulphuroue water.
Saves fuel, repairs, and oil and tallow,
and lessens the danger of exlosion b
Can be introduced throug feed pipe, .
safety pipe or man hole.
Pat up in packages of from 10 to 125 d
Alt nfringements deat with accod-..
ing to law. Discount to the trade. I
f,'END FOR CIRCQLAR&'q h
HUGH W. MONTGOMERY, e
160 Common St., New Orleans. P
AGENT FOR THE SOUTHWEST. u
PINE ISLAND GUA O,
FOR SUGAR CANE. AND ALL QUICK u
GROWING CROBOP. a
And all Summer and Fall Crops. h
The best Fertilisers in use, and pre- g
pared with great care for the
THE RENNEY & MILLER (Minnesota,)
Zarly Amber Sugar Cams Seed, st
Crop 1878. hi
Fresh from the Kenney A Miller Farms.
DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
For sale by
HUGH W. MONTGOMERY,
180 Common st., New Orleas, t
le Agst for the SouthwesL
CHINESE REMEDIE .
The medical fraternity are mch
interested in the study of the Chi
nese mwterys medics, as itwas ubows
in the Chinese apothecary hbop at
Among the famous remedies of
the faculty of the Celestial Empire,
may be found the following:
Bear's bile, deemed a sovereign
remedy for many diseases, and
which is said to be no more un
pleasant to the taste than absinthe.
Dried gizaard of owls, the Chi
Powdered elephant's skin, an in
fallible remedy for rheumatism.
Grasshoppers' eggs, asure ea
Tineture of scorpions, tobe takes
as a stimulant!
Jelly made of tigers' bones, said
to be very costly, but of extreme
strength, (what it curm is nat
stated, but it may be timidity.)
Pith of deers' horns, reeomuaad
ed for rheum and bronchitis.
Glue made of asses' skin, veny
valuable for lung diseases.
Excrement of silk worms ad
bats, infallible for breshisl takes
and the eyes.
Snuff made of the mauseos of
Loads, a remedy for fainting aL
cenvulsions. This last, a very O
portant remedy in the Chinsse am.
seria medica, is made in the follow
ing manner. The toads are pissed
ina vase half full of lour, whems
they occupy their leisure in pro.
iucing and expectoratig their
renom; the flour, satrated in this
manner, is then dried and made
ready for use.
All of which mediesments a
ughly suggestive of the witches'
roth in "Macbeth":
"Eve of newt, sand to eto e
Wool of bat, and ton e( d
Adder's fork, and blind-wmad'G l
Liasrd's leg, and owlet's wieg."
Teach the boys to love the fars,
but do not prove hard tasnmasters.
Do not make their farm life one of
drudgery and toil, if you would
have their lhaghtanftelifer n
lovingly to their old homes ad
happy young lives. Teach them
something more than muscle .ad
physical edduranee is required; that
indeed agriculture is a cience
art that should be condueted so.
cording to clearly defined laws and
well established principles, and sa
ceseful in proportion to the intelli.
gence that directs it.
He that dies a martyr proves that
he is not a knave, but by no mesae
that he is not fool.
He is happy whose circu. mtame
suit his temper; but he is more
happy who can suit his temper to
Dispatches from Florid elsat
that the orange crop was nod t,
aged by the resent cold wather.