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"The Blessmr of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Pdbr."
'VPO 5. COVINGTON. ST. TAI ANN PAiRI3fL, L., SATIRDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1879. - NO.
ry Goods, Grocearies, Hardware,
Boots, Shoes b Ha, Caps, Etc.
S-Se.ton street-near Columbia,
s.·. 4-COVINGTON, LA.
Ha.s also op hand a full line of
hia.ahpriceap.ii for Cotton, Hides,
jV.o 4 4 kinids of country produce.
*" " .. SMITH'S
r TAJIL GOOCER:Y STORE
:.·. - SHOES.
lkd a General Assortment for City and
-sb- L Country use, at the lowest
:s c. cash prices.
S-ighat prices paid for Wool, Hides,
Shkigens, et. &c., dc.
~ F~aaF~ks ~.4gaaL.) ;
fpsiv.gt i oinual supplies of well me
lot.ed DRY GUUJM anI d choice
1 t T` G OO2RIES,
1Vio}k wpl~s~old~at low iiagai.
#! Country produce t'takn td ex-,
ohange for goods, at market pticea
JIn coifn"it h 'with the general
Mercantile business of this house, the
proprietor' ht "esti& ilS;Lel aN Deat ]R
W97VN '~lere he will keep the fintist of
Itquioru Lover Bees ,Cigars, etc.
eons rvaJvand au4'at prie s to suit
'h iý <covrhiQTON. zLA.
" .M'' arge stokof ° .
IWi G@G3- AND GROCERIES
.95 t ~ h~ltb~ * I
FO1OUR, BACON, SUGAR,
COIFFEE, " and so on, to
""'' the eitd of human
Always on hand,
W-TRY. US ONCE!-U
.Si.ngton. Sept. 28, 1878.
-.MRS. C. VOGEL,
P. TAIL DEAL1L'R
·dhf Rtv s, DRY COODS,,
/ WISh, LIQUOR J C., IC.: j P
J. E. SMITH,
OOVINGTON, Lk-DEALE. IN
Consisting of all the great staple
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Hairdware and Crocke'ry,
And. indeed every article in demand as
suit-. to this market.
1. The Highest Price paid for
_!` This Old Reliable House receives
and forwards goods free of storage.
AND) IN STORE,
A N(CE ASSORTMENT OF NEW
lWhich I offer to sell at
Call at once and suit yourself.
J. E. SMITH.
Win. C. Warren.
DRY GOODS & GROCERY
Ts always on hand and1 prompt to
I GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Hats, Etc.,
The. highest price paid for country
Feb. 1, 1877. JULES PECHON.
A. S. KOTTWITZ,
(Formerly of Monticello, Miss. )
Groceries,' BardwtearerBoots, F.7oes, IIts,
Baddkry,, CGotbdg. Dry Goods, etc.
Will pay the highest market price for
Cotton, Hides, Wool and Country Pro
puce, or liberal advances made on same.
CO VIGTON, L.L.
For Covington, Madison
ville and Mande
Change of Schedule.
The New i' United States
Low Pressure - 3Iail St-amer
Captain ............Wmi. Hannov r,
Will hereafter leave the New Lake
End for the above places, as follows:
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATUR
DAYS, on the arrival of the ONE..
P. U. Train, City r il
road Cars. I
Returning, leaves COVINGTON (Old I
Landing), MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS
and F1:IDAYS, at 7 A. M.
The special attention of Shippers is
called to the freight on COTTON. which
is only TIVENTY-FIVE CENTS PER,
BALE from Covington to N w Orleans,
Bills Lading fnrnishedl without cost.
FrihiLts are lower by this route than any
other. Speci:d rates will be made for,
large shipments of goods. EXTRA ac
.ommodations for transporting Cattle.
No iraytnge chargedl on goods shipped by
this Steamer, to and from Old Landing
to Covington. Shippcrs and Passengers
Scan r lyv upon the above trips being r.'gu
larly made. unless prevented ly bad
weather or low water.
'or further information, apply to
C. .M. SORIA, Agent,
No. 20 Union St. New Orleans.
Or to WHM. BADON. Covington.
New Orleans, Dec. 9, 1I78. dell ly
Across the Lake!
THE L rGHT DaWGHT
Sclr. F. lM. Pippo,
Leaves COVLIGTON every Tuesday and
arrives in NEW ORLEANS on
Leaves NEW ORLEANS every Saturday
at 10 A.M., and arrives at COV
INGTON on Sunday.
RATES OF FREIGHT:
Cotton, per bale ...............25 cents
Dry Barrels.... .. .. 2 centis
Sacks......................... 15 cents
Other Rates in proportion.
Blacksmith & Wheelrimht,
-Will do all sorts of work in -
WOOD and IRON, at short notice
ar on accommodatithg terms.
ILLUSTRATED BUSLNESS CARDS,
Twenty-four varieties to the 1000,
Printed at the FAn:rME office.
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
Improved French Process
Positie Action within Three Weeks.
We treat all waters. whatever impurities
they hold in solution.
Prevents Scale Forming,
Prevents Corrosion and Pitting,
Contains no Acil, and Guaranteed Per
Acts on all waters, whatever their im
Any waters can be employed, hard water,
sea water or sulphnrous water.
Saves fuel, repairs, and oil and tallow,
and lessens the danger of explosions.
Can be introduced througu feed pipe,
safety pipe or man hole.
Put up in packages of from 10 to 125
All infringements dealt with accord
ing to law. Discount to the trade.
.il-SE2XD FOR CIRCULARS."&
HUGH W. MONTGOMERY,
160 Common St., New Ov leans.
AGENT FOR THE SOUTIHWEST.
PINE ISLAND GUANO,
FOR SUGAR CANE, AND ALL QUICK
And all Summer and Fall Crops.
Tke best Fertilizers in use, and pre
pared with great care for the
THE KENNEY & MILLER (Minnesota,)
Early Amber Sugar Cane Seed,
Fresh from the Kenney & Miller Farms.
DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
For sale by J
HUGH W.- MONTGOMERY,
160 Common st., New Orleans,
Sole Agent for the Southwest.
J. J. WARREw. J. N. ATKnIsoN.
General Commission oer
NO. 48 UNION STREET,
- Prom pt attention given to all busi
nes intrustd to us. jail ly
I. BLOOM & CO.,
NOS. 56 AND 58 MAGAZINE STREET,
AND 21 A.-D 23 NATCHEZ STREET,
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
WHOLESALE DEAEEy IN
Boots and Shqee,
NOS 82, 84 An 86 COMMON STREET,
AND NO. 15 MAGAZINE STREET,
L. KEIFFER, No. 190 Pearl tiet,
Boston. jail ly'
HOLLOWAY & EDWARDS,
WHOIESALE DBALR Z I -
Heavy and Shelf Hardware,
Cutlery, Naih, CbMLZt
NO. 12 MAGAZINE ST., NEAR CMAN4L.
New Orlea.s. UVIf
J.M. THOI ON, S
ATTORNEY AT A1W*
ATTO~LYr & CouNSLOR AT "L..
Franklinto, L. .
Will practice in all the courts of 0h0
Sixth Judicial District, and attend all
the Parish Courts of iL "~uaJsy Par
ish. djulyTi 7
DR. E. R. RANDO..PN
LATE OF Nxw Oar.n.s,
Tenders is .professissL .sutiiWtb
the people of St., Tanwj perish and
Dr. J. F. r.rArwra.r_
NEXT DOOR To IoNGRX a CoPu.O az
DR. ALONZO GIVENS
Offers his professional seryice to the ,
people of St Tammany.
April 15, '78
Hack LinAe i
BY ROBERT BADON: "
This old and popular carrier, eounne
ing with the Steamer 0uais, at Mamde
ville, Madisonville and Old T nadijgi ,
carrying the U. 8. Mail and thereby ens.
bled to distance all pposition. Every
one is treated courteously, and aheru
are uniform, and no delay on sbeaud
old horses and other vexsaiq9,. Tra
desirous of speed and safety,
out for Mr. Badon.
COVLNGTOO, Sept. 15, 1877.
BOAR FOR SERVICE,.
AT -GLE' N VIRGIN" FARM,
[Late W. B. Cook's place, near Abits
The Imported Berkshire bo~r "Ges.
Beauregard" is now offered f sa r is te l
the puj,liqof St. Tammany and a4jqi..
ing parishes. Terms very moderate sad
guarantee given. '
ALSO-A few fine pigs of Half Chemer .
and Imported Berkshire stook, for sale
cheap or oxohange for sheep.
FRANeCIS A. GUYOL,