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"The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews f.om Heaven, Should Deocend Alike upon the lich and the Poor."
- COVINGTON. ST. 'AAMXANY PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. 1879. NO. 52.
. . . ¢ir m i ll• .I • •
Vf #d 1' moceries, H ,iware,
oo@t:img Hats, Caps, .Etc.
-Ltonaitreet, "near Columbia,
COV OTON, LA.
as also on hand a full line of
righeat price paid for Cotton., Hides,
Wool. ant.alkhin of country produce.
H. J. SMITH'S
Aad a General Assortment for City and
Country nose at the lowest
mighest prices pail for Wool. Hides,
Chickens, e~tc. &'c., &c.
1j0et ontinual snlypplic. of well rs.
RUY ( 00'G ) and choioe
Whie *ilu blie sold at lo* tigures.
d i 'Omntry produce taken in ext
ehange far goods, at market price.
' hti connection wit'. the coneral
Mercantile business of this. house, .the
rptoy;. ea. estahlished a nept BAit
M. where he will keepl the foest of
Wines4 Liquors. Iwager Beer. tigars, etc.
eomaunifty on band ands at prices to suit
IN COVINGTON, BY
A. Scharieber, Jr., I
,- o o[Poois OLD '.m.J
Se .i.,scid 4a Knew Orcwepriese$'.
flY GOODS AND GROCER iES
"i th a eltrce selection'of the great
A P L- ARTICLES,
FLOUR, BACON, SUG1, 'I
COFFEE, and so .on, to,
the ea4d of hum
lJwaf.ti ' hand. P
STRrI VS .ON CE!.:
Ceaington. Sept l, 187s. -
." a v. VOGELBji
4ja y3afEIc A .
tirtlZAIR'`~ : TI~·C :i
.Mld~~~l~r t. i(r8V
HATS, ' $bES.
WIX= IIQftOR1, AC.. &C.
J. ES. S IT H,
CoaTONL&.- +L-iLEUt RN
Consisting of all the great staple
DIfY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Hardware ad Crockery,
And indeed every article in demand as
suitad to this market.
, Thie glst PFrie pa4i.for
S* This Old Reliable House receives
and forwards goods free of storage.
AND IN STOIE,
A SICE .SSORTME.rr OF .VIEW
Which I offer to sell at
Call at once and suit youselt
SJ. E. SMITH.
W~'a. C. W4arý'en.
Is always on hand and prab it to
COV IGTON. LA.
:DLsra ar -
Grqceries, pry Goods, rate, Etc.,
The highest price paid fort country
Feb. 1. 1877. lTSr PECHON.
A. S, EOTTWIT.,Z,
r (Ftmhit ol Montleefle, mfl .i .)
sdlur iebgq A O Goods. dti
Will pay the highett ma rket price A or '
Dotton, Hides, Wool and Country Pro
puce, or liberal dvances made on same.
SWMP J. YOUNG.
Manufacturer and dealer in
HARNESS, SADDLES; COLLARS
"4 BRIDTS, Wn'!,
j44LTERS COMBS. BRrUSIIES, r.
No. 8 North Peters street, (near French
Market) between Ursulinas
Repairing done neatly and cheap. All
Prank.MjWers Harness Oil always on land
1 ' Country orders solicited. 32-3m
NOW 4 THE TIME
St. Tammany Farmer,
Covington, St. Tammany Par
The only. Newsp br in the Parhh.
An unequaled Advertimag Medium, hay
ing a.large and iaoreaaing..ircu
tion in St. Tammanay
The Fiºar will contain each week a
choice variety of select reading matter,
suitable alihke for all classes of readers.
Mailed to any a44dess, postage paid, for
the smal su of •,
Two Dellan Per Yeai.
For Carthl particulate, address
TiE 'ST. TAM3IAXtY FA1tE1R,
J. M. THOMPSON,
ATTORNEY 'AT LAW
s Covington, La.
Arr.atr & CouN.sILno AT LAw.
Will practie in all the courts of the
Sixth Judicial District. and attend a!
the Parish Courts of Mt. Tammany Par
DR. E. R. RANDOLPH.
LA.T of NEW ORLEANS,
Tenders his professional services tc
the people of St Tammany parish and
Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS,
NEXT Doon To INGIta's Coarn
DR. ALONZO GIVENS
Offers his professional services to the
people of St. Tammauny.
April 15, '78 tU
Blacksmitl and Wheelwright,
GENEiAL ARTISAN IN IRON A1D WOOD
0 • He alsobhas
Of all kinds for sale cheap for cash.
If the cash Is not convenient he wilt
be willing to take stock.
Blacksmith & Wheelright
.-Will do all sorts of work in -
WVOOD and IRON, at short notice
s.p on accommodating terms.
7 Hack Line!
BY ROBERT BADON.
This old and popular carrier, connect
ing with.the Steamer Canmdia, at Mande
ville, Madisonville and Old Landing, is
carrying the U. K Mail and thereby ena
bled to distance all opposition. Every
one is treated courteously, and charges
are uniform, and no delay on aeeoant of
old horaes andother vexation. Tnavelers
desirous of speed and safety, will look
out for Mr. Bardon.
(onsViGTro, Sept. 15, 1877.
BOAR FOR SERVICE,
AT "GLEN VIRGIN" FARM,
[Late W. B. Cook's place, near Abita
The Imported Berkshire Boar -"Gen
Beauregard" is now offered for service to
the public of kt. Tamnanny and adjoin
ing parishes. Terms very moderate and
ALSO-A few fine pigs of Half Chester
and Imported Berkshire stock, for sale
cheap or exchange for sheep.
FRANCIS A. GUTOL,
llustrate Busine Cards,
Twenty-four varieties to the thou
sand, printed at tLe
Proceedings of the Police Jury
The Police Jury of the perish cf
St. Tawmmuany met at the Court
house, in Coviugton, on Monday,
December 23, 1878. 0
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 Repp, First
Ward; Wm. Badon, Third Ward;
J. L. Dieks, Fourth Ward; Jesse
Abney, Fifth Ward; Pat Welch,
Sixth Ward; Morris Tally, Seventh
Ward; Armand Cousin, Ninth
Absent--N. Fendleson, Second'
Ward; J. Crow, Eighth Ward.
tlr. Thos. Fitzgerald appeared
anad claim aiihrtm ,
Mr. Fendleson had nptquali ked,
and the time for which 'Mr'. Fitz
gerald war electedmLudnooi pse ,
the Board-then -prseeded --
elect a Presidept.
Mr. Win. Badon, having receivhd
a mnajority of the votes cast, was de-'
clared electelt. ""
The nett business in order was
the election of a Secretary. 'Mr.
Welch proposed the name of Isame
Evans. There beingno other nom
inations, Mr. Evans was unnimoits
The Board having been organ
ized, proceeded to business. f
The minutes of the lastemeti.g
were read and approved.
Mr. WadswortJ, , torney for the
Police Jury, having expresed a
wish to withdraw, Mr.L om
son was unanimously elected aa his
The Board then proceeded to
elect a Treasurer, with the follo*
Mr. J. O. Poole, 5; Mr, iMatthe
Dicks, 3; Mr. J. E. Smith, .
Mr. J. 0. P9bolhaming received
a majority of the votes cat, was
The report of the committee on
expenditures, at the last aeetig,.
did not appear satisfactory to the
members of .ousd, and the Chair
appointed a committee of three to
revise the same, viz: Thon Fitz
gerald, *J. L. Dicks sad J. M.
After a brief recess, the Board
r was called to order, when the com
mittee presented the following es
timate of expenditures for the year
Pay of orand and fetit Jury-....... o
Parish Teaurer................. 100
Clerk of Police Jury............. 100
Printing ........................ '10
Commissions of Ta" Colloctor..... 400
Contingent expens s............... 00
AMiessw~' tee .......... .
Cler'k's san .lheriffs fie in Orim
inal cAes............ .,...0. =
Police Jury............ ....
For Public Schools............. 1,016
Total ...................... ,7$0
JE68S . ABNZY. '
On motion, the report was r
ceived and adopted, and, the con,
The Chair then appointed Mr.
MIorris Tally to examine ther Treas
arer's report, and report at the
On motion, the iJry adjamure
to meet on the firstMl3nday im eb'
mary, 1879. ,
A true copy of the miiner,
fax Y itrasi,
There i said to be more aetive
fun in :n ounce of kitten thin in a
ten of elephent