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s I . FARMER.
CO FI VE uBER 16, 1578.
I interest trans
on of the Parish
held in Coving
toin "st 1
ripe, but not com
ing . on very freely.
So es were brought in i
last". cxih were the first we
hare gesmon. 1
cold wehther set in
theme a, general exodus of
eame over:from the
city unmmer in Coring
toil ,ie and family, and
as , went over on the
elia last Monday.
ant social gathering
took the.residence of Mr.
(I Wednesday even
uig being a farewell
by Mrs.Guedry and
aher Williamis, to their
in .Coviugtou. Mr.
( ily came to Coinig
low the ,eason and have
uei here. They e,
pr es well pleased with
Co d ai.ticipate return
ing er. T'.e eveing was
speat frolic, gamuDes aZn
d the guests were treat
ec dehlicaries of' the sea
eson. - -.sed or pleas
anti , le lat.hte Tour the cons
.p; -ith many warm
ishe . healt'h aid future
t ýel roCi!sn hosts.
We. ieIettc_ from Mr. C. Ii
ý XNew Orleats, lasts t
Tb nn:i.un that the sale U
f t P:eld arier's Asso- P
ca y, iii Madisonville, n
S1as '.tjioned .nt t:i next.
meo u t'i the adshertisc
znen ºa in to-day's pa
. e-iner ed, announe-, t
sg ,ss, in time to giveu I
i` ti'do'so a chance to
. M tnaovement has ,
thaving for its ob-'
eof a bidge across
the ih the imme
bdim th1esent terry. 1
Stevens, whd spent
t Coitn and re-t
about three weeks
o gllUo fever shortly
but is now conval
S oti f our read
'of !r. W. H. Too
cE1iili. After pay
1eoliient to our
ative eleet, and
apeirýos who gave
n ` the last elee
1' 'announces that
to i e a candidate
. :e sin in 1880,
b.. has been re
ding recently oc
e, where we will
biaf any of our
Last Monday was one of the busi
est days of the season. Cotton
and molasses are coming in more
Treely, now that the yellow fever
sca'e is over.
Queen of the bawl-room-The a
Long range practice-Life service n
as a cook.
To keep moths out of old cloth
eing-Give the clothing to the poor.
Why cannot two slender persons
ever become great feiends? Be
cause they will always be slight
Somebody writes to a rural paper
to ask "how long cows should be 1
milked?" Whv, the same as short
cows, of course!
A New York girl sang "Darling,
I am growing old," with an expres
sion si pertinent and truthful that
her procrastinating lover left her I
"You have no one but yourself to
please," said a married man to a1
bachelor. "True," replied he, "but I
r you can not till what a difficult task
I find it." I
e Pat Maginnis has a very stubborn
mule, which he calls"Old Musket"
On being asked why he gave the
_ mule that name he said, "Because
the stubborn beast won't go off
without a kick."
The two great wits, Foote and
-i Maclin, once met at the Bedford
Coffee-house when both were at a
- low ebb of fortune. Foote, perhaps
n to keep up the appearance of pros
e perity, was every now and then
,showing off a repeating watch,
which he kept either dangling in
ihand or tip to his ear. At last "he
gt suddenly exclaimed: "Zounds, Mack,
ie my watch is stopped!" -Pooh
-_ pooh,;' said the Irish wit, "never
e, mind that Sa'n! You may depend
t. upon it that it will soon go."
The faithful will have a last chance
to get their hands into the public
purse. The Devens outrage mill,
with Leonard as chief operator, is to
open in this city in a few days, and
per deim and mieage will -again be
in order. The average colored voter
may be expected to prepare his affi
davits with great haste and small
truth. He has had much experience
in affidavit making in Louisiana and
can be relied upon to do his full duty
to the party at this juncture--for a
consideration.-HNew Orleanis Demo
Covington Price Current.
COTTO.--Selling at 9"to 94e.
SUGAR-Choice brown 0e; choice
MOLAiSES-New 25 to 35c per gallon.
FLOUR--Common 4S 50; chcice fam
ily $6 50.
CORN-Mixed 65c: choice white 70a
CORN MEAL-75c per busheL
OATS--Choice black 50c per bushel
BRAN--$1 00 to $1 10 per cwt.
BACON--Choice clear siles Sc.; clear
rib 74c; smoked shoulders 64c; dry salt
S ed e.
MESS PORK-Per bbL, $10-00 to
LARD,-Choice l0e per lb.
- COFFE--Prime 25ic; good 2 ;c; o di
RICE-Prime 8c: common. o..;' rough
rice 60c to 75c per bushel.
COW HIDES-Dry salted 8c; flint 10c.
-BEESWAX-Per lb., 25c.
TALLOW--4Sarce; would command ic
POULTRY-Grown chickens $3.50;
U half-grown 32 50 to $3 00 per dozen; tur
keys 75c to $1 00,
r EGS-Per doz, 20c.
PLNDERS--Per bushel 50c.
SUCCESSION OF N. A. A. LEOBGRE.
Parish Court for the Parish of St. Tam
Whereas, Mrs. S. F. LeGre has filed
her final account as administratrix on
the estate of the late N. A. A. LeGre
Notice is hereby given, to all whom it
may concern, to show cause, within ten
days from the first publication hereof,
why paid accounnshould not be homolq
-ated, and the funds distribhted in ac
By order of the Court.
[Seal] .WM. C. MORGAN, Clerk.
- To my many frie ds in &i. ame:.ny.
The result of the late election in this
parish has placed the laurel on the brow
of my political opponent, Hon. Anatole
r Cousin. Sr., a gentleman whom any peo
e ple would be proud to have represent
Therefore, in returning thanks to my
friends for the handsome vote given me,
[, I feel proud of the compliment, and
ithank them most warmly for their sup
I came before the people asking the
'I support of "no party." I was the peo
I pie's candidate, and the people gave me
their support; and although defeated,
the contest was so close that in all can
a dor the opposition must acknowledge
it that I fonught them a good fight-so good
, a one that, in conclusion, I will here say
that should my health permit, I will be
. a candidate for the Legislature of 1880,
, on the same platform upon which I ran
Sin the late contest W.H. TOOMER.
1e Baro laCox., Nov. 8, 1 ..8.
AND IN STORE,
A NICE ASSORTMENT OF NEW
Which I offer to sell at
Call at once and suit yourselt
J. .M-rr T
Wain. C. Warren.
DRY GOODS & GROCERY
Is always on hand and prompt to
MRS. C. VOGEL,
a RETAIL DEALER
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS;
WINES, LIQUORS, &AC., &C.
c COVINGTON, LA.
aOC'ERIES DRY.GOODS HATS, E2C
The highest price paid for country
ceFeb. 1, 1877. JULES PECHON.
SBlacksmith & Wheelright,
; .-Will do all sorts of work in -
I WOOD and IRON, ,at short notice
an.d on accommodating terms.
NOW IS THE TIME T
* FOU THE T
St. Tammany Farmer, U
PUBLISHED IN J
SCovington, St. Tammany Paw-.
t isa, Leuisiama.
e ISSUED WEEKLY.
n The only Newspaper in the Parish,
An unequaled Advertising Medium, hay.
ing a large and increasing ciaun
tion in St. Tamnmany
The Famsan will oontain each week a
9hoice variety of select rea.ding matter,
suitable alike for all classes of resaders.
Mailed to any address, postage paid, for
the small sum of
Two Dollars Per Year.
For further particulars, address; I ,
THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER,
J. E. SMITH,
covuio1oII, LA.--DIEB IN
GENjEAL XrtcHIAJ DII3
Consisting of all the great saple
DRY GCOODS AND GROCERIES
Hrdawre nd Crockery,
And indeed every article iin despand as
s7 aited to lhis maket.
r_. The Highest Price paid fo"
country Prod 4e.
e p This Old Reliable House receives
and forwards goods free of staoge.
t1800 acres of Land for sale by the above.
THa STATE OF LousxANA-PAsmi or- ST.
TAxmarx-Sva Junzczan Diarrizr
Cocar. a_. 4 •
List of jurors drawn by the Jua-y'Oom
mission. October 7, 1878, to serve for the
first week of the December term, 1878, of
the Sixth Judicial District Oour1 Palidh
of St. Tammany:
Walter Badon, Anderson Fields,
F. L. Flot, Jackson Baldwin,
Thos. G. Davis, A. R. Porter,
Richard Waddle, Jno. Cooper,
F. Jackson, , EL Berke,
Alex. Bulh, (. LabLat,
W. D. King, W.R. Bennet,
A. . Schultz, F. Ribeva.
Elijah Lewis, A. B. Jenkins,
M. D. Evnas, J. M. Tally,
Wm. Avery, , . J. Guaman,
H. Carmiklie, J. Sadler,
Ben. Pierce, A. J. Morgan,
Jas. Pierce, W. A. Jenkins,
Win. Badon, A. F. Cousin,
W. H. Galloway, B. Galatas,
A. Provost, Simon Flot,
John KAting, W. B. Grifin,
Martin Blackwell, W. F. Sadler,
Jake Tally, D. C. Cantr,
G. H. Kirk, Eugene Anthonie1
Wm. Brenan, Jesse Abny,
J. H. Weber, Geo. W. Cove,
Geo. Cyprian, Jno. D. Tally,
F. Galatas, E. P. Robert.
I certify that the above is a true _and
correct copy of the recoru in thin office,
this 4th day of October. 187$.
WM. C. MORGAN, Clerk.
Sate of Louisiana, parish of St. Ta
any---J atice's Court, Ninth Word. .
J. LOUSTa-Sa Loue tares
A. OIFIrTANNAN vs. 'LOUD tJPPS
AND WIFE-Na. 69.
By virtue of a wri& of eri faeiast a
directed by the Honorable Tlew
Dicks, Justsoe of the Peace, Ninth ward,
ia the above-entitled cause, I will pro
ceed to sell. at publie auction at the
doo of the ofice of _aid Justie,. i: .the
, townofandevile, between legal sl.
hou , on .
SAOUrDAY, jOyEBE 3C 1878,,
to the * '4 and best bidder, the 1t-.
lowing dbcrtbM property, 'iiteaed Ia
tab town of Mandeville, to-wit?
SQUAREIO. 19 ANDPAL8SQSQUAh,*
1o. 121, together witbh all the buildings
, and improyements tpgreon and appur
S Seized in the %bboe entitled cause.am
Terms of sale-Casb.
Special Conshable, Ninth Ward tice'
State of noisitia-Parish f Stk. "m
many -6th Judicial Dit.rieatCORoE
I. . A. EANACaT ;'s.- J, SCUWEIG
B virtue of a Order of Seizure and
Sa from the Hoflowable the -aforesaid
Court, bearing d te Oatober 25 1827, I
a will .proceedo sell atlpgibliq anetiýo at
r, the doo of the Gorthouse,town of Cor
ingpn. in this parish and State, oaSat
urday, the 7th day of DecemberA. D.
1878, ,between leght sale boure, th SiDl
lowing described ptroper. to-wit;
, s--A CETR T A"CT OFi LaD,
situated in this parish, on the Boge '
Failya, about three miles from the tuoa
of Covington, being Lot No. 8 .'iu F 4 :
tioamal setion No.. weaty-t-wo, aI..
s ., range eleven gast, oontaining ci
acr ;lso two acre 6f Lot No. Q, dtrame'
edon,' to be taken froim the noithiest
Se6mrner, so as t ilaude .. er o
and improvemnnts thereon.
Also, the west half Et noit.eea t
Squarter of section twenty-t in Town
6, south of range 11: staotaiming
eigty acres, withi mprovementas tmPp93.
Terms of sale eash. , ,
SCoi j.o November it, 7. ~t-a
I.OSIIEB, Deputy SbburiZ
..TAX AND IACENSE ;PAYEI,( .
Parish if St' Taan are ne mot
fled th~t I will be at ,e toVn of.onlfl
ton oe tbhe ad d4i oef > . `r
eote and will remain there tnb
9th, for the parpose at eollmtihRg T.s
and Iaase 41e Sae indPis. r
Novelaber SW IM. 18
TamS of Loumwu-Pa RIsn "
8UCC3SION OF STARLING PL9G.1.
By virtue of wt order .of ,sal to. .e a
directed, from the Honorable the fPai lh
Court4dx. the asiah .of 3t. TampwafT.
IL, in ihe above entitlid Sucedwd64.
.qing date. October 7, 1878, I will
poeed to sell id abtlie setioa on thi
|memines near Pei river, in this par,
beween legal sale, houn, on, Saturday,
the 16th day- of November, 1878, the fol
lowing deacrb ropenjY to-wit:
Ist.-THEE UNDIWDItD) HALF' II.,
TEREST in and to forty aeee q4f and,;
together 'ith thb~buildiEwI5 i pro.e
went. thereon, bbing t.e eorth.i.t quatI.
tar of tbe northW qauater ot Sectide
I21, ¶wsbiV. ,oath of BE.ne 1t. r.
'd.-ONE YOKE OF OXEN..
a Ter * of aalis·ib.
At miinitratfii t " •
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