THE ST. TA.RMANY FARMER
Covinatet.n Janummary 10 1o.
There is to be a Grand Mardi
Gras eelebration in Covington, on
Tuedi, the tenth day of February
next. Extensive preparations are
being made to make this event a
grand suess in every respet.
,The programme includes a mag
nificent day processeion, and a mas
querade ba atnight.
It is the intentin to make this
celebration the grandest mair that
Haa ever been witnessed on this side
of the lAke.
Our friends throughout 8t. Tam
many and Washington parishes are
ordially invited to oeeme to Coving
ton and participate in the festivi
It will be a grand gala day, with
plenty of fan for all. Don't fail to
Ieome, and bring all your friends,
Tuesday, February 10. "And don't
you forget it!"
Tas Hoon On axma-We were shown
yesitrday, by Mr. Goldaby, the artist, a
lart ad handsome photograph of the
"Hoodorphans," takea by Lilienthal, of
New Orleans. The children are taste
fully arranged in groups in the oenter of
! large room. On the right is a vacant
ca.sr. denqting the death of one of their
number., On the left is an excellent pic
tuareof Ge. Hood, while hangingsea the
wall in the background is a picture
the mother. It is a perfect work of
and would be an ornament to any par=
eor, aside from the inteestwhich is filt
by the pablic in these young orphan
.h4ildren of the illustrious Gen. Hood.
T picture can be seen, for the next
two weeks, at Mr. Goldaby's gallery, in
the Courthouse, and those who have
-aver seem it should do so at ones
ets WA Rmoanv -an-Mr. Watkins,
(eslored.) returned to Covington last
-tatrday eveaing with the babe that was
Imes the allery of her residence on the
nlbgt of the 4th inmt It was refursed d
miia into the Asylum in NewOrleans.
W leara that is her intention now to
Sw ie and educate the child, sad for this
rirpose will accept aesssteaee from those
who e charitably disposed.
At the meeting of the Town Council.
last Thursday evening, our esteemed and
highly respected fellow-citizen, Mr. W.
. Kemtael, w elected Secretary of that
soerable body. Ahem l
M.ma Gaa Ezooasox o sat Cmrr.
The large and handsome lake steamer
et Camelis will make an excursion trip
t' the city, for the benefit of those who
desire to attend the Mardi Gras festivi.
ties .s New Orleans. The excursionists
willMtart from the Old landing on Mon
it meorning, February 9, at 7 o'clock
Pae for the round trip, one dollar. The
tetts will be good for one week, and
assiolatis can return either on Thurs
day or Saturday night.
Jaw Ipa--A large and substantial
new bridge, has just been built over the
dep gully near the residence of Capt.
M.ir. on the road leading to the "big
igms" across the Bogue Falia. This
upaseaqck needed improvement, as the
eM st ucture was in a dangerous condi
i-s.. The bridge is forty-five feet in
lsgth, and extends some distance be
ye- the baks of the gually ean either
Sush muedit is due to the Townm
Omil far the promptese is which
Sy enLded tohe mattew.
Shipments since September 1, 1879:
" W. C. Warren...... ... ... 127
. J. E Smith................ 283
W. Magee.................. 5
R, Babington...... ........ 148
W. H. Jones................ 40
B. . mppton & Sons.......... 273
A. S. Kottwitz .... ........ 112
M.F. Poole......... .... 6
J. Cabier................. 21
H. J. Smith ............... 23
Chas. Heintz ................ 4
R. Daniels.................. 14
H. G. Magee. .............. 8
SJ. L. Besacondray.......... 6
W. J. MeElveen........... 51
John A. Ryals... ........ 24
J. W. Brumfield... ....... 8
J. M. Core .............. 28
C. IM. Bickham ... .......... 9
J.P. assmell............... 4
H. H. Bilbo.... .. ......... 5
A. McMillon ............... 2
J. O. Magee................. 2
C. Jenkins................ 1
Sandifer & Collins........... 8
. Magee .................. 41
State of Louisiana, Parish of St. Tam
R. O. PIZZGTT7A V& MR& . . DU
GALL. IIbriz q~ L DUGALLX
By virtue of a writof Seri facias to me
directed by the honorable the Parish
Court, bearing date the 15th day of De
cember, A. D. 1879. I will proceed to
sell at public suetion, at the door of the
Courthouse, in the town of Covington,
parish and State aforesaid, on SATUR
DAY. the 7th day of February, 1880. be
tween legal sale ours, the following
dmersbeld property, to-wit
TWO T1S OFGROUND, with all the
improvements thereon, situated in the
town of Mandeville, perish and State
aforesaid, designated as lots No. 17 and
18, in Square No. 11, bounded by Jeffer
son, Gerard, Madison and Lsltte
streets, said lots having a front of 115
feet on Laftte street.
Seised in the above entitled suit
Terms of sale--Cash.
W. B. COOK, Sheriff.
Covington. La.. January 3. 1880.
SOnICE, NEw Orz s, La.,"
December 18, 1879. ,
Notice is hereby given. that the follow
g! named settler has filed notice of has
intntio to make final proof in support
of his eaim, and secure final entry there
of at the expiration of thirty days from
the date of this notice. viz:
Warr Moam. Eawni, of Washington
Parish, Louisiana, who made Homestead
application No. 3855, for the southwest
quarter of the southeast quarter, and the
southeast quarter of the southwest quar.
ter, of section twenty-two, and the
northwest quarter of the northeast quar
ter, and northeast quarter of the north
west quarter of section twenty-seven,
township three, south, range one east,
Greenoerg District, La., and mames
the following as his witnesses, via: Wil
liam Ramsay sad John Tison, both of
Washington pariah, I..
W. M. BunanaL,
deO ja17 Register.
J. M. WOMPBON
A TTOZ Y LANW.
Avionuwr ao Cousaeon AT Aw,
Practices in U. S. Cireuit and District
Courts, New Orleans.
Arronxur & Coassroas t LAw.
Will practice in all the courts of the
Sixth Judiisal District, and attend all
the Parish Courts of St. Tammany Par
DR. E. R. RANDOLPH,
LATE oF NEw ORLELN8,
Tenders his professional services to
the people of St. Tammany pariah and
Dr. J. F. CHAMBERS,
NEIT Doon ,o LGu. \u' CORNER
Ors his professional services to the
P.aple of St. Tammany.
pril5 1, 7"8 tf
Dry Goods, Gromries , Ha are,
soot0 es, ats, Op, Rte.
Columbia, street, oor. Boasta,
Bas also on hand a Rfl line of
Higest e pid for Cotton, Hides,
H. J. ~MITH'S
RETAIL GROCERY STORE.
And a General Assortment for City and
Country use, at the lowest
Highest prices paid for Wool, Hides,
Chickens, etc. to., eo.
&roosris, Dry Goedcs,Ras, tc.,
The highest price paid for country
Feb. 1, 1877. JULE PECHON.
Blackamith & Wheelright,
-Will do all sores of work in
WOOD and IRON, at short notice
and on accommodating ter-m.
Covae a& La.
MRS. C. VOGEL,
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS,
WINES, LIQUORS, &C. C.
BY W. H. DAVENPORT.
Leaves Covington for the Old Landing,
connecting with the steamer New Came
lia. Will take passengers to any part of
this or adjoining parishes. Terms mod
erate. febs tf
BY ROBERT BADON.
This old and popular carrier, conneot
ina with the Steamer Clnnela, at Mande
rille, Madisonville and Old Landing, is
carrying the U. 8 Mail and thereby eaa.
bled to distance all opposition Ever
one is treated courteously, and charges
are uniform, and no delay on account of
old horses and other vexation. Travelers
desirous of speed and safety, will look
out for Mr. Badon.
ConI rooN, Sept. 15, 1877.
J. E. SMITH,
ooovmneo, u..nm ax
Coasisting of all the gret staple
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIFS,
ardwr orsad Cwoa y,
And indeed every atile in demand as
S..The Highest Price paidfor
2 tons Bone Dust
Which I ofer to sell
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Winm Co Warren.
DRY GOODS & GROCERY
Is always on hand and prompt to
A. S. KOTTWITZ,
(Formerly of Montleello, Miss.)
Growersm Hewr, Boote, or., ett:
8ssdrd , wi sg. Dry Goods, do.
Will pay the highest market pries for
Cotton. Hides. Wool and Country Pro.
puae, or liberal advanes made on same.
Beelves continaul supplies of well se
lected DRY GOODS and choiee
Which will be sold at low fgureu.
_P Country produce taken in ex
change for goods, at market price.
i` In connection with the general
Mercantile business of this house. the
proprietor has established a neat BAR
ooM, where he will keep the finest of
Wines, Liquorsylsger Beer. Cgars, etc.
constantly on hand and at prices to suit
Ne w Tannery.
Iam now prepared to supply the pub
liH with all kinds of leather, best quality.
of my own manufacture, at prices that
Call atthe Tannery, in Covington, and
examine my stook, before sending your
orders to the city.
pJI will give leather in excehage for
de2O LOUIS WEBRLI.
Psasenger Time Table.
For MaudeviUle, Madievuile
and oid Laami,.
Uumn SA rM iinamaa
WILL Larsv Naw Lazx ENa
On TvasnTa. TnmwDai mad B&AiTvAn,
for Mandeville, Madiaoavilleand Old
landiag, on arrival of the 1 a. r.
Leaves Old Leading on Momanar
WDrADATBS as. MamAye at 7 A. n..
and Mandeville at 8:30 A. a.
h,,, to -, plr,....i . .......... .1
Three lines of stages connect with the
steamer at Old Iamding for COVINGO
Freight will be received dail at her
landing New Basin, near YLpuoia
Bgrge (only) received at the erne
of Canal and Carodelet streeb, an the
departure of the train on hiehh beat
Shippers and Pasaengers
rely pon the above tnps
larly made, unless prevant.p
weather or low water.
For firther information, apply to
W. G. COYLrE,
No. Carendelet.t., New Orlmea.
Or to WYL BADQN,
Across the Iake!
TEm U4UT DRAgEnT
schr. F. Ml Pippo,
Leaves OOVDIGTON every o*si*ee tad
arrives in NBW OBLkANS on
Leaqa »E " O-4NS very arday
at 10 LA , and arrives at COV
INGTON os Sunday.
MATaS OF FRE..HT:
Cotton, per bhal................2 eea
Dry Barrels............... - 6
Sks ..................... 1i cones
other Bates in propertioa.
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