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DICCEMtBE'R s8, 187.
ii ~vgtn mails will arrive
seaording to the follow
i aie, wind and weather per
. M. D PA T.
. r. . . . 7 A. .
...7 .zr. I IFriday...... 7 A. Ix
,.'.7- . Montay..... A. m.
".aim as was quiet in Covin
-wether during the past week
18Q ratlher cool. Ice bar
sa evewry night since last Christ'
.trmss ,Aubry, State and Par
i 0orlletor, is in town, on hbi
4 bi City, for the purpose of
Pw~*~p his accounte with the
m tbe past year.
aei'iWasous of Covington held a
ebs at the Martindale Hotel
blrMa IAmong other causes,
pagig ties prevented our be
s `-eisorge Kennedy, a well
khwawm sti highly espected citi
-lgi y fgipgtoo, died at the resi
.eiuihis mother, on Thursday,
btA& inest. His funeral took
iSaturisy morning. He
hsd j feeblhe health for ser
sisi..r ierious to his death.
AAIS tIa deliaqaet tax-pay
e .ls i gaganany parish can be
s.. .ith Coiurthouse. The law
imsMagC4 t3emity of two her cent. ;:
u all taxes remaining uu
paid the 1st day of Deoea
d rather be a millionaire,
e inw a warm room, than
r wagoner, coming to
w ait load of cotton during
.easther as we have haad
b t few days.
:guig' glad to see that our ea
ias puty sherif Mr. J I. Ho.
iip it 4o be about and attead
again. He has been con
Shorse for some time
i foot; but now that he is
pak in an appearance, we
Sis foot is "well healed."
i stands for "WhatmustIbuy
# metotownT" It also stands
Wm. Warren. Consequently, if
to bay anything in the
or groery lie, Wmn. C.
ithim place to buy it. He
delcted stook, and is
hand and prompt to as
,ie attention of our read
.advertisement of Mr.
W.. onMtgomery, in another
-H offers for sale the
'fertilizers, Pine Island
id Pi-. Island Ammoni
Much of the land
Uatlabm r is necessary for the
of a good crop. Mr.
ery fully guarantees his
o be as represented, the
ge. Give them a trisl and
Receipts this week, 23 bales.
The following is a statement of the
cotton shipped from Covington, and
also the stock on hand, for the prs
ent commercial year, commencing
Sept. 1, 1878:
J. E. Smith .................175
On consignment ...........139
A. S. Kottwitz .............. 87
W. C. Warren . .............. 91
J. C. Polee.................. 51
A. Schrieber, J ............. 52
H. J. Smith ................. 21
Covrlngte Price Current.
Fanmy, DECEMDEB 27, 1878.
COTTON-Selling at 71 to 84c.
SUGAR-Choice brown 10c; choice
MOL. New 25 to 35c per gallon.
FLOUT -Common $4 50; choice fam
ily $6 50.
CORN-Mized 65c; choice white 70c
CORN MEAL--75 per bushel.
OATS--Choise black 45c.; rust proof
75e. per bushel.
BRAN -41 0o to $1 10 per cwt
BACON-Choice clear sides 7c.; clear
rib 7e; smoked shoulders 6e; dry salt
MESS PORK-Per bbL, $10 00 to
L tRD-Choiee 0ls per lb.
COFFEE-Prime 25c; good 121e; ordi
nary t0e p.r lb.
RICE-Prime Be; commone S.; rough
rice GOe to 75c per busheL
COW HIDES-Dry salted Be; lint 10c.
BEESWAX-Per lb., 35c.
TALLOW--Searce; would command te
POULTRY--Grown chikens $3 e0;
half-grown S2 00 to 3A 50 per dozes; tar
keys 7he to $1 O.
jEGG.S-Per dos,, 3)e.
PINDAP.S-Per bushel 50e.
DRY GOODS & GROCERY
Is always on hand and prompt to
J. CA I ,ER,
Dry seds~ orseeries, Nardware,
Bootb, , s ats, Caps, It.
Boston street near Colombie,
Has also on hand a tall line of
Highest pri p. i for Cotton, Hides.
Wool. and all kind of eountry ouce.
MRS. C. VOGEL.
BETAIL DEAL EB
GROCERIS, DRY GOODS.,
tWIYS LIQOORS Ac., aC.
-Will do all sorts of work in -
WOOD and IRON, at short oioe
,a.w- on secommodating terms.
For Covington, Madison
ville and Mande
Change of Schedule.
The New - United States
Low Pressure Mail Steamer
Will hereafter leave the New Lake
End for the aboveplaces. as follows:
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATUB
DAY~I on the ar=iral of the ONE
P. M. Train, City Bail
Returning. leaves COVINGTON (Old
Landing), MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS
sad FRIDAYS, at 7 A. M.
The special attention of Shippers is
ealled to the freight on COTION whioh
is only TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER
BALE from Covington to New Orleans,
ills Lading furinished without cost.
Freights are lower by this route than any
other. Special Rates will be made for
large shipments of goods EXTRLA s.
commiodations for transporting Cattle.
No denyaee charged on g.odashipped by
this Steamer, to and from Old Landing
to Covington. Sliplpe~ and Passengers
can rely upon the above tripe benag regq
larly made, unless prevented by bad
weather or low water.
For fuither informatol, apply to
C. L OIIA, Agent,
No. 0Una Sit.. New Orleans.
Or to W'. 3ADOE. COuington.
New Orleans. DeC. 9,1878. del4 ly
Acros. the Lake
r z UOUT DZAIGT.
Sehr. F. M1. IPgpp.,
Leaves COVINOTON every Tuesday sa
arrives in NEW ORLEAN8 on
L[aves NEW ORLEANS every Btusday
at 10 A.I., and arrives at COV
INGOTON on Sunday.
RATES OF FREIIRT:
Cotton, per bale................ 5 cents
Dry larrels ...... ....... .... 25 cents
Sacks.......................... 15 eent
Other Rates in proportion.
H. J. SMITH'S
RETAIL OROCERY STORE
And a General Aassortment for City and
Country use, at the lowest
Higheat prices paid for Wool, Ridast
Chickas. etc. . kr, A.
Twenty-four varieties to the thou
sand, printed at the
WIN A FORTU:E,
Grand Meatbly Drawlig, 1879
AT'NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY,
LOUIBIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
This Iastitution was nruasy ineer
pozated by the Lelature of the State
for Edueational and Charitable purposes,
in 1868, witMh a pital of
ONE MILLION DOLLARS,
To which it has rinc. added a reserve
fund of $350,000. Its
OGAND SINGLE NUGBER
Wil take place Ienthly:
B weoer nse resor postpons
Look at the following Distibuta. :
100,000 Tckees at $2 each; Half
LIST er- PrIZE.
1 Curr Pss of ..........810,000
1 Cara Puss of.......... 10,000
I Cama. Pmxs of..... .... 5,000
! Panse of .........,500. 5,000
5 Paism of......... 1000. L0C0
20 Pause of.......... 5.0. 10,00
100 Paszs of.......... 100. 10,000
900 Pamss f.......... 50. 40,000
500 PMza of.... ..... t0. 10,400
1,000 PMzas of....... . 10. 10,000
* Approximation prizes of !00.1,7100
9 do do 200. 1,809
1 do do 100. 900
1857 Pries, amousting to.......810,400
Write for Clrmlars, or send ordeeoil
M. A. DAUPdlN,
P. O. Box 09I. New Orlenas, La.
All our Grand E.traordinary Diawinge
are uader the sperrisio sad manse
G. T. T.amrUEGaolD, ofLou~siam,
and Gea. JABAL A. EARLY, of Vigsinia.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $100,000.
WholeTikea .............. $10
By C. L. GirarI.
IN THE MATTER OF THB CON..LI.
DATED ASSOCIATIO OF '.SE
PLANTERS 1OF LOUISINA.
United States Circuit Codurti . the PI
ircuit and District of Loaisimpa
Docket No. 8014.
BE EIVER'8 SALK -
SPLENDID 8UGAR ESTATES, T'IMBm
LAND, SIrELL BANKS, J4I9 :d
ST. CHARLES, LAFOUItRUE, JEFF. *,
SON AND ST. TAMMANY, LA; -.
THIRTY-POUR VALUABI JS
IN THE THIRD AND IXT
TBRICT OF NEW ORLA :"
THE ENTIRE WTrHOVTr BETE R
EASY TERMSANDLONNG)CE. IT.
BTY C. E. GIRzLDEY, Auctioneer
Onee No. at Omp. stresg-t - N
DAY, December 30, 1878, at 132
o'clock n, at the St. Charles Auction Ex
change, in the rsentds ofthe 8t. ChM~N
Hotel, in the caiy of New Orleans, will.be
sold at public auction, by virtue sant in
e.nrIanee of a deedre e the oe IL 4.
the United Staten, Pifth Cire. and Dis
triet of .dauisiaaa, slgedmea .A tkel
of July, 1878. confirming the report o[
J. W. Gurley. Esq.. poar in C ,ce
dated the thiulbeit of Ap..il. -:' \
a mapplemeatry order .dated ýt is-
teenth of November, 1878. aaL ren
dewed in the mattie of he 3.
dated Association of thePbt qf Lee,
isiana," docket No 8014. 6` olqfing
described+pope.ty to...t · a
in the Parush" tt. TeawSs p r.
A cERtihAtNtOT OF GEO EIj,1 jt i
all the impmreometStap era, IhDL
of a HOTEl,. sitosted $u the ton L.
iadisoville, parish of St. ammsay,
La., in squre N Iton "the ple at ea ;
town, sessewnng 1 feet frunt on Water
treet, by a depth ad front of 180 feet om"
Uslbesq s*, at whih twoIeate7v
two% s he ae ..ess o . --- - : ,
Tvi". lnd CeadtOt . --Ou stl eelºat
and the remainderoa acreditof one.
ead Mprs, anage . Amrih
Bee w NEEr ý ý the rlkdi 6r
interest the otef
thi dayMr #lk dt
M thechu-. s .f t of
to bekpt .
to the e.d ors,
The property fillbs~oI.ftreboi d '
anmldmseass, *its a p ted n tls.a4 ,
the taxes all paid upto te day of psI.
A- collectible ages that dabetoheW 1-"
stpined of adilcation p! th we .at'
A deposit in cash of ten. er cent. ,o
frona the p resets at the .tme.nt. e
ale to seeare comppliae wth the eona
The expenses amtnd.-s of rde .;bOfee
Ainade Due e l notary .pbli, at the
AU fkther poatieomues.t :
Receives eoutlaud souplia of will as;
looted DRY GOODS asi choice
Which will be sold at low . i -ea
S co.ntry proaee aeica i a -"
change for goods, at market price.
HlPIn connetjioa with tgie ial
Mecastle. baimead diofi hos(.s Im
proprsito has eats, fished s qm&RmARI
ROOM, where he will keep the Snout `
Wias, Liquors, Lager Bee.CSigj.a /t'
cotaa.tlj on band and soprimr to"si
the times. .
BladM.th Mad WIIwul 'r
Bo also has
AND BUGGIES '
Of all kinds for sale cheap t1r aL.
.pr If the eash is not convenient ie will
be willt to tda ith.