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Rev. G. T. Vickers
Corington on to-mor
eIeIa)morning at 11 o'clock,
nt Church; and at
tP U Church in Mande
, December 15, at
he will deliver the fane
Mr. Robert E. Smith,
, Th public generally are
SJury were in session
S week, and returned a
u .as b iictnments.
r t*au -Abont three weeks
5P uSS ption was opened for
º _ of erecting a bridge
aswta Tehefuncta river, on the
rearlCiyvington to Madison
,,.amount required to
lts naot quite been raised.
Martindale informs asb
a timaber has been pro
am that work on the bridge
Sosmrenced. It will be
Sdpilly forward to comple
'I having charge of the en
t elying on the generosity.
spirit of our citizens to'
sad raise the neces
to defray all the expenses
aa aection. The bridge in
the site of the old one,r
two miles frnm Covington.
aanpletetd will give us a
Sroute to Madisaouville, and
eL ig a little working, will
be me than we havb at prea
saotLuing of avoiding the
sd by taking the old ferry
continues to rollin.
or VITrre.-Just four '
to--lay we assumed the
and business management 1
During that time we
--our own editor, book
an, compositor, press
*-irng clerk and "dev.i."
ctwo weeks brought no new
to, but during the past
we have received ten
.?bsicribers, besides doing a"
k mquantj of job work. This is
"You do us proud."
cti Court met in Covington
Si M.day. Wmi. Duncan,
J. M. Wright, District Attor
" ,tUp to riday noon, the following
3'r weas disposed of:
v L Ponl- Indictment
i~Ste vs. Shep Brown. Nolle
-, . Wiley Powel and oth
v, Jules Itoquet. Tried
val Win. MeKinney. Tried
Rvs Jose Colomes. Nolle
isJ. .L Yates. Tried by
qs.' W. Mandevile. Trie
Smith vs. Mrs. Poole and
,.egment for plaintiff
This being Court eek, our
streets have presented a lively ap
pearance. The town is full of peo- :
pie, court officers, grand and petit b
jurymen, parties to pending sMits,
witnesses, etc. The weather hasi
been delightful, and there is a falli.
Pelice Jury Prceedings. if
The Police Jury of St Tammany
parish met at the Courthouse in
Covington, on Monday, the 2d inst. a
Presenmt-C. W. Bradley, Preii
dent; B. Galasts, Pat. Welch, Geo.
H. Gause, Thos. Fitzgerald, C. .
Schultz, A. . Carpenter and Joe.
There being a full attendance, the I
Board proceeded to business.
On motion, the reading of the
minutes of last meet~ag were dis- .
Tpee tuilowing resolution w:a
pReolued, That the commiasionel I
of election and deputy sheriffs i. i
allowed no fees nor charges for the,
services at the election held on the
5th of November, 1878.
The bill of Mr. F. B. Martindale, 1
boarding Messrs. Cheval'nu and Vial
while detained as prisoners in tilt
public jail, amounting to $1i 50,
was approved and ordered paid.
The bills of Mr. Isaac Evan,, for
making two ballot boxes, $2 50, and 1
ftor statuglery IJr Is6.4- a, $ t: -,
were approved and ordered paid.
The Coroner was allowed $10 fo.
, holdin:i an inquest on the body nt
Frank Brown, drowned, on the 23d
lof November, 1878.
Mr. A F. Parker, overseer of the
Talacheque road, asked for an ex
tension of time, as the consta.nt wet
I weather bas prevented him from
working the road; and that the fol
I lowing, named persons, living co.n
Stignous to said road, be compelled
I to work on it: Thomas Parker,
Calvin Parker, Samuel Tally, Ana
tol Baham, Polk-D. Baham, Hery7
Keljar and aon, Joseph Davenport,
J. C. Bidges, Adolph Ltzzemaan,
IRoman Flot, Joseph Lanie Win.
Adelar, N. Quave and Joseph Wa
The eunnomittee appointed at the
last meeting to iake an eitimate of'
the probably expenses of the parish
:or the year 1879, submitted their
report. as follows:
Pay of Grand and Petit Jury..... O.1,00
Parrish lreasurer ................. 10
S.'lerk of Police Jury............. 100
Printing...; ..................... 1I0
t Commuiusionr of Tax Collector..... 4.0
I Coroner's fees...... ......... I.
Repairs to the Courthouse ......... 21
j Il epjairs t. the Jail.......... 300
a Contingentexpenseor ............. .0
'ilerk's feeb in Criminal cases...
Sherifrs fees.................. 250
Other criminal fees..........:. 30
Police Jury...... .. .... . ......
Total ..... ..· · . . 0.
S [8igned] THUS. l FIZMtEaA).
1* A. L. CAlPENTERlX
On motion, the. report was re
ceived and committee discharged.
g The committee" then adjourned
until Tuesday morning, at 9 o'clock.
It sDo3OND DAr.
The Board meit pursuant to - a
journment, all the mnembers being
The Committee ou Repairs to the
Courthou sue omitted tue foiluawIg
We advertised to receive pro
)osais for ten days, and unly one
id was handed in-that of Iaac
Ev.iune--who propoe to repair the
roof, raise the flours of taeo -cord
er's and Clert's ofdices, put t newW
joints wuiro noedewi. repair the halt
tlo.'r withi new flouriug and joists,
put i'tlie glass where brokeu, and
put up two porticos, oe in front
and one in the rear of the hall, to
i protect it from tLe geather, for the
price of $165. Tae committee re
porkthal'± 4le. .Pl t per
formed secording to agreementi, aUn
is therefore areepted.
We would further state that we
have made an agreement with the
said InsAc Evans, who proposes to
furnish good rounnd lightpossl, bot
tow plank one inch by twelve, heart
pickets four fet leong, pointed (anw
ed of heart lnmber,) and repair the
fence around the Courthouse, whte
washing it inside and out, including
the front, for $7 50.
[Signed] Twao. Frrzosa-a,
C. W. BADLm.
On motion, the report of the com
mittee was received aad the com
The following warrants were
C. W. Bradley, two davr and mile
ace, and two days on committee .10 90
P. Wel h, two dars and mileage,
Decemhber sesion............. 10 00
R. Galate, two days and mileage,
December seeaion... ...... 7 0
Dooembee session.............. 800
A. L Carpenter. two da)san4 mile
age, and one day on committee.. 15 0
G. H. OGause, two days and mile
age. December seasian .... 14 00
C. Schultz, two days and mileage.
and one day on committee..... 10 s0
Thos. Fitzgerald. two days and
mileage, and two days on com
mitoe........................ 17 00
W. B. Cook, for October ar d No
vember. as per contract........ 16 66
Isaac Evans, for October and No
vember .................... 16
!nn. W. Waisworth, for October
and November .............. 66
On motion, the Jury adjourned
to meet on the fourth Monday in
A true copy of the minutes and
proceedings. Iac Evxes.
Receipts this week, 160 hales.
The following is a statenment of the
cotton shipped from Covington, and
also the stock on hand, for the pres
ent eommnerial year, commencing
Sept. 1,8 118:
J. E. Smlli ....... ...........110
On consignment ............101
A. S. pttwitz ............. 69
W. C. Warren. .............. 56
On con'ignment ......4.... 45
A. Sbrietbr, Jr .......-. 8
' . J. Smit .................. 10
Total.......... ........ 429
" Stock on hand, 17 bales.
CeIraste Price Crreat.
cflrrow--sse ing at 9 to 9aa.
SUGAR-Choice brown lO; cholet
MOLA$8E--aw t tn-!6e pet g am"
FLOUR -Common tS 50; chises fam
ily $ 5
CORN & -Mixed 65e; choice white 70e
CORN MEATl-TeSeer busheL
OATS- black 50c per busheL
BRAN-SI to .1.10 per ewt
BlCON-- heiolear s tle 7c.; clar
rib 7c; smoked shoulders 63;: dry alt
MESS PORK -Per bbL., $10 00 to
LARD Choice 10c per It.
COFFEE--Prime 25P; goo: e; ord#
nsry toe per lb.
RICE--.trmeO 8e; eoamaOis.; rough
rice 0se to 75 per bushel.
COW HIDES--Dry salted 8c; Sint 10e.
BES'WAX -Per lb., 25e.
TALWtAW--SeireI; woaU oommaad.T7c
POULTRY-Grown chickens . SS 00;
half-grown $3 00.to S$ 5Q per doaze; tar
kej'75o to $1 00.
EGS-Per des.. 0s.
PINDAR.-Per busheL 50.
New AivertiiSt.n st.
SU.ES ,TON OF HARRIET QALLO
* WAY, WIFE OF A. PAROLL
State of lmnieasa. Parish of Sl
TanWeanl-Parish 4ouzt-N6. 115.
Whereas, E. B. Eadoliph has peti
tioned the Court for lettersof adminstm -
tiou on theestate of the late Harriet
Gea'Oway, rite of A. saoli -
Siu:'e is hereby given. to all whom it
.a ,y concern, to show cause, within tin
.i-. ys from the irst publication hereo.
L why the praye. of Said petitioer should
Snot. be greased.
By orlergof the Court.
[Seal Wit. C. MORGAN, Clerk.
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At a Price to Suit the TimPa .
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'Tabnlar Boiler, Tank and Smoke
8tek ; Gris 11ill, Sifter sad Elevatr,
6-inch. Saw attached, to sar woo .
Tr1ck and Cotton Press, all in perfect
order an I almost new.
For fall partiaularppl al tyb *ei.
State o Loumeiu--Parm of a ams.
rases, bearing a ete.r bs' !5r 1878. 1
this paeri sh m aes atid
, the 7th day of ieJeerA. PI
18T8 between legal ale ho ..e, the fo
SIst-A - CEITAI I AU " OFUl"LAN
situated in this pariah, a the 'BogQL
alays, about three miles oa he Sow A
o Co a Lt N 36 tIs Fra
aix. r eleven seot, eighty
cres; atwo acresof Lot. 6, of emae
section, to be ae m aorthwe
0o0er, so as to inclqde a- wate.r" p.ce
or spring breach, t all the i +
and improviuemnt* thereon:
Alho. the wast alf ao the oesti st
quarter of ecti tweaty-two in Town
si t6. mh of image ii11 easU eastiig
"wit, hlm.psow8 thee
ittoom ide NoveLmber st. 1878.
- J. I HOLMEE, Deputy s
'r . a eIrsrerv.
IN M ATMrZ OF O ( .
United SLA cirit Court for the FISh
Circuit mad Diel e IstLiasain.
Docket No. 801I
SPLENDID 8UGAMO STATEB, TIMIBU
LAN" 'i, £W sat hsi NºIAM
-a ran raN or.-
Sr. CHARLES, LALIO IS3,aJEFR
UON AND 6S.. TAMtAS. M14;
THIRTY-FOUR VALUA A3J SB
IN THE THIBDI AND
TRICIT OF NEW OBIU.AN
THENTIEREW OUTE WINEEOl
EASY TEIB SAIDLOIG CR.DIT..
~Y C. E. G Rj, Admies--.
I). No. amp nt-X. rg
LAY. Imeember 3U 1874 at 1
o'clock u., at the St. Charles Anot E
c eanr in the rotnda of the St Charle
Motel, in the city of New Orilesill be
sold at pubi aetiesi, by a1d an I
pursmuanc o a deer.. of the .
the United Staes, Firih Crcusead bb-b
trial of Louisiana, aInmed as the teesh
ta supplemear brdate the thi
Pdesed s for 1# o. ,th , be
,n toR Peer h at. T. .tmaladi
;Nm." dc. IIJ~,4m-... ,rcowl
!- td . .d.. __i , o . .. ,i .. :_
A C"o TA* It" OF OVND. with
eln the .inpr eder ' ost oda.ao
Madimrn, fhof St. iay .
It.qued thre . a othe N p~e o tm
ftees by . evntd ft ateat se
, duihervy iMat, of pohiah Writ M
-ma th e by the poo*r.
aTerms nd Camdi oam-s Oa beslf aei"
and the renmasderas a ribit*or etw e
Sinterest ofat the lrehoe par c ts
the ay of Usal. ntil n!, eat, wit
eaAlletia sad paymet mat proveanem
oto the tndos.
- mmmd a sby the purhasers.
I fros the put inmeu t te o
.mlc tos macor.anpliance with. t eon
'The oic~s aud setse of msale before
v- A"aoce nnbly pblie, s the
) All further paxtiulaa satsamle.-.
TAX AND LILCE PA? fl otb.
Pa rnb if S&. ?am wsby a. hae&" med.
tea that I will ba at the tnm d Cwi..
tan o the !Ii d a* K 1 RFI ss
test, and will temaia Ae. m u die
ibfor tie purpo f eof Cotl Taxe
and Liceuese due Stin a.mo retina
Tax eell lof
NoeuS5 6th. IS