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''TIE BLESSLVIS OF _GOVERIiMENT, LIKE THE DEWS FROM ILEAVE. SHOULD DESCEND ALIKE UPON TIIE RICH AND TIlE POOR."
COVINGTON. ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1879. *a.
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THE ST. TAMMANY FARMER, c
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Co rbOTOx, La. I
WM. J. YOUNG.it
Manufacturer and dealer in
i E3SS, SADDLES; COLLARS
6;4 1! EI3hL ES, WHIPS,
NNALTERS, COMBS, BR US IE, ETC.
. S goeoth Peters street. (near French Ia
Ma.aket) between Urlines
_ and Hospital.
i' eiiring done neatly and cheap. All
t. -f"or Iverness Oil always on had (
Coatlr order soalicited. 32-3m
·jqpty-·fouar varieties to the 1000, j
• ., .4! cd at the FRaEr office.
IN COVIIC TON, BY
A. Sehirieber, Jr.,
[PooLE's OLD STAN'.]
I 1.Goods sold at New Orkans prices.
Large stock of
DRY G00DS AND GROCERIES
with a choice selection of the great
FLOUR, BACON, SUGAR,
COFFEE, and so on, to
the end of human
Always on hand.
r TRY US .VNCE!-em
Covington, Sept. 28, 1878.
A. S. K&TTWITZ,
(Formerly of Monticello, Miss.)
'Groceri.s, Ilardw.w. Boats. Sones. Hats,
. uddlery, CWuLing. Lry Goods, de
Will pay the highest market price for
Cotton, Hides, Wool and Country Pro
puce, or liberal adMances made on same.
H. J. SMITH'S
RETAIL GRIOCERY STORE
And a G.nenrl Asaortment for City and
Country use., at the lowest
Highest prices paid for Wool, Hides,
Chickens, etc. &c., kc.
M . ERCHANT.
Receives continual supplies of well se
lected DRY GOODS and choioe
Which will be sold at low iures.
Country produce taken in ex.
change for %oods, at market price.
7 In connection with the genera
Mercantile business of this house, the
proprietor has established a neat BAR
BOOM, where he will keep the finest of
Wines, Liquors, iltger Beer, Cigars, etc.
constantly on hand and at prices tqsuit
Blacksmith and Wheelwriaht,
GE.ELAL ABTISAN IN IRON AN, WOOD
He also has
Of all kinds for sale cheap for cash.
a- If the cash is not convenient he will
be willing to take stock.
J. E. .SMITH,
cOV5IOTO= , LL..-DLr.tI.E N
Consisting of all the great staple
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Hardware and Crockery,
And indeed every article in demand as
suit-d to this market
&. The Highest Price paid for
! ." This Old Reliablb House receives
and forwards goods free of stoaege.
AND IN STORE,
A XICE ASSORTMEN.T OF KIEW
Which I offer to sell at
Call at once and suit yourselL
L- E. SMITH,
Win. C. Warren.
DRY GOODS & GROCERY
Is always on hand and prompt to
Groseries, Dry Goods, Hats, mto.,
Covingteo . La. ,
The highest price paid for country
Feb. 1. 1877. JULES PECHON.
MRS. C. VOGEL,
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS,
WIN8, LIQUoS, Ac., kC.
I Pr olssioeal Cards.
J. M. THOPMSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ATTORNEY & CoCUxNSLOa AT LAW.
Will practice in all the courts of the
Sixth Judicial District, and attend £ll
the Parish Courts of St. Tammany Par
iih. july7 77
DR. E. R. RANDOLPH,
L.AT oF NEw ORL.Eais,
Tenders his professional services to
the people of St. Tammany pariah and
Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS.
NEXT Doon TO INHGuAM' CORNER
DR. ALONZO GLVEN
Offers his professional services to the
people of St. Tammany.
April 15, 78 tf
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, I
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc.
Boston street, near Columbia,
Has alason hand a full line of r
Hibghest price pail for Cotton, Hides,
oo and all kinds of country produce.
Blacksmith & Wheelright, .
-Will do all sors of work in - d
WOOD and IRON, at short notice e
a.l oen aeecommodating terms.
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Proceedings of the P.Ite Jar,
The Police Jury of the parish of
St. Tammany met at the Court
house, in Covington, on Monday,
December 23, 1878.
The new members elect (with the
exception of J. Crow and N. Fendle
son). having been qualified, present
ed their commissions and were
Present-George Kepp, First
Ward; Winm. Badon, Third Ward;
J. L Dicks, Fourth Ward; Jesse
Abney, Fifth Ward; Pat Wdeb,
Sixth Ward; Morris Tally, leventh
Ward; Armand Cousin, Ninth
Absent-N. Fendlesro, Seared
Ward; J. Crow, Eighth Ward,
Mr. Thoe. Fitzgerald p~red
and claimed his right to a O as
Mr. Fendleson had not
and the time for which Mr.
gerald was elected had ot.ueziged.
The Board then proeeeded to
elect a President.
Mr. mn. Badon, having resived
a majority rt the votes eartwr de
clared elected. •,
The next busness in order was
the election of a Secretiry. Mr.
Welch proposed the name ' hisae
Evans. There beingno other nom
inations, Mr. Evans was unanimous
The Board having been oqrpn
ized, proceeded to business.
The minutes of the ast meeting
were read and approved.
Mr. Wadsworth, Attorney for Ae
Police Jury, haring expressi a
wish to withdraw, Mr. J. M.I r
son was unanimoualy elected as his
The Board then proceeded to
elect a Treasurer, with the foUlw
Mr. J. O. Poole, 5; Mr.' Mthw
Dicks, 3; Mr. J. B. Smith, L
Mr. J. 0. Poole, having rweired
a majority of the votes east.,c s
The report of the commitae- :on
expenditures, at the last meeting,
did not appear satisfhtory to the
members of Board, and thbeihbir
appointed a committee of gime. to
revise the esme, vis: Thos. lit.
gerald, J. L Dicks" and J. M.
After a brief recess, the- Bard
was called to order, whet the eoa
nittee presented the followinges
timate of expenditures for the year
Pay of Grand and PetiL Jury ......1,000
Parish Treasrer................. 100
Clerk of Police Jury ........... 100
Coroners fees...... ...1.. ......
Commissions of Tax Collector..... 400
Contingent expense ............. 0e
Assessor's fees .............. . 1
Clerk's and Sheriff's fees in Crim
inal cases.................. 750
Police Jury............ 560
$inkiL g Fund ......... ....."" "
For Public Schools ..............,
Total .......................... Ise
[Signed] J. L. DICR,
JESSE M. ABNZY,
On motion, the report t*a re
ceived and adopted, and the 'aen
The Chair then appointed #r.
Morris Tally to examine the Thsas
urer's report, and report at the
On motion, the Jury adjourbfld,
tq meet on the first Monday in eb
A true copy of the minutes.
"We old mads," remarked Mies
Stibbene, "love cats because we have
no husbands, and cats are aimast as
treacherous as men."