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"*TFIN RELr,..wGS OF oO1FERN.Mk'ET, LIKE THE DEWS FROM H.. «%' SHOU80LD DS.KC5D ALIKE UPON TE RICH AND TIHE POOR."
Vol 0 . COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. DECEBER 7. 1878. NO. 48.
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SPrE JEflEDENTE D
OrQ Hair t M Lujx DrsauTBuT1rD.
L I mA; ~T Tz LOITTEY 00,
T; ii nastitutinn ws reguilarly incor.
pnr.itt4 by the L+=isicaurr of the atito
lor F nu -atiunU1 eta.i Chiaritaile purposes, ,
in I AS'. aide it C, it d .A
oSGE- MILLION DOLLARS,
Te tfhi~h it hAt' -iuc.e addt1 a reserre
farad of i3º.*). Its
GRAND .SINGLE NUMBER
D It A W IN G
Will taie plae Monthly.
t' i ·
q .. txia,+ w sh? wiU! tkplace the
T: und'y. LMku-..'er 101k, 1878,
UJaletr It personal supervision vnd
* xana~rext tlf
t(p. G. T. iEA ItEGALJ). "f Lonieiena,
ssiGen. tJ4BBL A. LARL. (f Virgini%.
OCPI rAL PRIZE:
Wr'0TICF--Tivkets nr o Ten
* IM ýd.: nH* 1v o, $5. Flldbs,
* l LLiV1' 3i I
p ° · LIST or I'RIZI~r5.
7I.V1PftK13 of . 50.OflU. + Atkti
.1' Qwl PrJZE ý . WSu0no. MOW
Lis "ý. 1'-t:"", of.. ji).EEKb. 2N).OS1
4 TAax.G:bU 4& iwl. · t. k'". . "2 jOtx
t g Pmrz oýf...... II'Xt. IOO1K
i n IiO~azza of....... .A 54N
1 d- I S'iirs of... ....f e200. 7 trOt
2 OI o1....... 100. 4f00
1,000 Pulass of........ IQ. 100.00(
.4 PRO1I3IATKºI \ T RIZEES.
Aod opp buaticon prizes of $200.$20.000O~
1e T 3 du 100Y. 1liW0
,t1 -0 do! do :d. 7i,500
13,7Pdtfze . atoou itiug to..... V22,i00
G; T. BEAVREGAILD. of La.
. . ii * . J I B A L A . EA R LY . of V a.N
w pt Circtlarns or send orders to
" `a: OIt dal, New Orq-anS, IA.
hIr31ntbIV Drawitg, C~la" M.
Ai, PRIZE. b$3O,000.
96. )tf~th. SI.
IN COVINGTON, BY
A. Sehrieber, Jr.,
e [ PooJLE's OLD STaxxo.]
!go.Goods sold at New Qrleaisparkic.U.m
Iarge stock of
DRY G0ODS AND GROCERIES
with a choiee Relection of the great
FLOTTR, BA.(ON, SUGAR,
COFFEE, and ho on, to
the end of human
RUMST-PROOF 0 AO S
Always on hand.
f TRY US O CE! W
Coripaton,. Sept 2. t 178.
H. J. SMITH'S
RE.TAIL ( ROC(ER STORO R
DRY GOOns, .
jnd a General Aasortuct ftr City anti
Country use. at tlt).wesa
SHighert prices paid for Wool, Hides.
Clhickcns. et.. &r., &e.
A. S. KOTTWITZ,
(Forroerty ot fentiello, Miss.)
,I,';rve.i*, II.irre, ets. Shaes. IIls.
S:,lh iry, l.otM,,hi . I ..' ,o d.,, ee.
W'ill pay the higheat market price for
C(otton. Hides. Wool and t(ouatrv Pro
pace, or liberal adrancry male on same.
(cOVIN GTON, IdA.
C HAIrLE HEINTZI
lL.,ceivem .ontinual nppl1ie4 of well t
l 'cte D RY (OUODS and choice
WI hich will be sold at low figures.
SjF Country produce taken in ex
change for goods, at market price.
' Ia coanection with the general,
SM.-r-antile business of this house, the
prolpri'tor ha established a neat BAR
tOOt)M, where, he will keep th, finest of
Wines, Liquors, ILager Beer, Cigsar, etc.
constantly on hand and at prices to suit
I O.LELIL ATISAN ISN IRON AND WOOD
He also has
Of all kinds for neal cheap for cash.
Wgr If the csas is not convenient he will
1 b swilling to trse stok.
3. E. SMITH, f,
a cOPrrz'oC-, I.&.--Dl.la1Ia z
Cwnsistidg of all the great staple
' articles of !
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Hardware and Crockery,
And indeed every article in demand ast
suit-d to this market. I.
1* The Highest Price paid for t
P2P- This Old Reliable House receives
and forwarda goods free of storage.
AND IN STORE,
.4 -ICE A.S.ORTME.VT OP' EIV
I Which I offer to sell at
Call at once and suit yourself.
J. E. SMITH.
W .'. C. VWarren.
DRY GOODS & GROCERY
Is always on hand and prompt to
G~EýA. IEROHLBIIBIE, I
1 # roc .e r G *. Hats. tc.,!!
Co risteot La.
i The highest priee paid for ooantry
Feb. 1, 187T. JULES PECHON.
MRS. C. VOGUEL.
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS,
WIRE E, LIQ CORS, &C., AC.
Piefen. s matni Uar!tu.
J. M. THOPMSON,
ATTOR.J'" AT LA W
Arron.zT & CouarsIsLon ATr Lw.
Will practice in all the courts of the
Sixth Judicial District, and attend all
the Pfrish Courts of lt Tammany Pa
DR. E. R. RANDOLPH;
LArK or NEW OnZtEAls,
Tenders his p ofessional services to
the peope of St. Tammany perish and
surrounding country. 4
Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS.
NEXT Doon To Is~aw 's CoRsE'
DR. ALONZO 01GVNS
Offer bin prnfessionnl services to the
people of St. Tammany.
April15, '78 tf
_Across the lh~
Schr. F. M. p'lP i
Ta.ves COVINGTON every Tuesday and
arrives in N. ORL8L A on
Leaves NEW OL3K4NS Overy Saturday
at 10 A.., and arrives at COV
INGTON qoa namdy.
RATER Oi FREIGHT:
Cotton. per bale................ 5 cents
Dry Barrels.................... 25 cents
Sacks ....................... 15 cents
Other Bates in proportion.
WM. J. YOUNG.
Manufacturer and dealer in
HARNESS, SADDLES, COLLARS
1ALTERR1. COMBS03 R UJIHEA ETC
No. 8 North Peters atftet, (near French
Market) between Ursnlines
Rtepairing done neatly and cheap. All
Frank Milers klrnest Oml srlows on h.and
S Country orders solicited. 31-3m
BY ROBERT BADON.
This old and popular casier, conatia
ing with the Steamer thmdla, at Mande
ville, Madisonville and Old Lanading is
carrying the U. S. Mail and thereby ens.
Sbled to distance all opposition. Every
one is treated couenaeosly, and ebharge
are uniform, and no delay on account of
old horses and other vexation. Traveloee
desirous of speed and safety, will looc
out for Mr. Badon.
Cov.xovro, Spt. 15, 1877.
Blacksmith & Wheelright.
-Will do all sorts of work in
WOOD and IRON, at short Qotice
ea on aecommodating terms.
Cotton-seed meal, now to" 4
found in all markete, is the residue
left after pressing the oil from the
ectton-seed, ground for feed. The
cotton-seed, as it comes from the
7gin, is covered with a hall Or hebl. .
which, in the upland variety, is
clothed uith a short down of cotton
fibre. The seed makes more and
better oil, and better feed, if de
prived of this hull; neverthele ,
there is; or has been, oonsiderbl.
seed pressed which has not been"
thus decortieated. There are ev
eral patented processes for this
hulling or decortication. ...lter
pressing, the cake is ground or
feed as wa.nd ,a L.d .~
Isiderably lower prices thes of
linseed cake and meal. Its Estual
higher. ..otseo . aL . W.
, in a report made to the
ac jcut Stitf Agiciutral So
c.ety, says: "C-tton-seed 4p
inch riber in oil and alb umno9p
omatter e ake. ,Tha1
average qu-at.. The value q4 .t4 .
article as a mrnidw iobipualy very
onaoioraer . IA duag of cattl
fed .po4R be greatly richer,
both idniif R .and hasphates,
than that of a.m on ay
slone. 'Wh*e stock is kept, Arob
bly the best manner of using Ithc
cake as a frtertiie istp feed it
the cattle, and. earently apply '
manure they furnish. In this way,
whatever is not economined as fat
or flesh, will be available as mat-
On the same subjeet, an ew " e
says: "We have tested the sdma4
ness of these views from the labori
tory, and Faie no do oif their
correctness. *e overeiii a P -
dice in using the meal fr` feedhi
milk cows, and todna it a very vala
able article. All animale will ibt
eat it at first. If it is not relled
at onee, it may be mixed ii l~ldi
quantities with corn-tie4 6ia4
sprinkled with it'ovir eut feed Tlhe
most reluctant atmaT will msoon
come to eat it greedily.' "We ird* _
use the meal in connection ila i
both roots and bay in the -winter,
feeding not more 'than 'f6ar cquat
aday. It is salMB bhe dagerone
to feed it to young ealves while liv
ing in part lfIpof"ndit There are
well-attested cases open uresn*rt
its having killed them. It ir ad
for stock taismer'to e amatiero i
is a safe article for e(we, ineasminr
the flow of milk, and keeps themai.
good condition. It stands a# 4,he
head of all kinds df iodder in pro
ducing manure rich in iiift~ug AA.
the value of manure dejdafis mB
ly upon the food from whicik'it .I
made, farmers ought to look a goo
deal more sharply at this gtter
than they have bnen aecastom iu to