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OOY(1NTOYý AL. May 28. 1887.
Mr. B. V. Hemlt.... Proprietreem. c
W.G.K G. . ....... ..Editor. I
One espy sit .;anus. .......... 1 40
Oneespy three mstM...ha.... i0 S
0mg eepy. one year ..............00 1 ii
WEATHER REPORT '
For the pt week, ending May
6.16 87: 1
Ut........................ 8s 61 1
l .... .................. 88 63
tS....................... 8s oS
3 ........................ 93 65
st........................ 91 71
5 ................... 88 72
s...................... . so .
ALEX. BAND, Obeirver,
Mandeville Station, La.
We bd a fine rain yesterday,
and another to-day.
Work on the railroad to Abita
Springs is progressing rapidly.
The ist train will.arrive in about
sntamn ds. r
Wepdlish in another column sa
interesting account of a trip to
Pearl Biver Station by a commit-'
tee of eitims from SL Bernard
Mr. Louis E. Mathieu, of Hiek.
oryOrove Place, presented us, this
morning, with some Ien peaes~
Thqey are dely Savored, rich and
juiy, sand measure eight inches in
Bnesous Norto. - Quarterly 7
Conferencs will held at the German I
Settlement Church on Saturday and
Sunday, the 4th and 5th of June. r
Rev. John T. Sawyer, P. E., from i
New Orleans, will preach in Eng
Foe Szewar.-On or about June
Lst the charateristic of the fog bell I
at Tehefunets River Light Station (
will be changed from a single blow b
at intervals of 7 seconde to a single
blow at intervals of 80 seconds. i
Mrs. M. H. Tally killed a large
rattlewsake pilot yesterday after
noon, while picking blackberries.
8he certainly has more courage
than most ladies, who will scream
at the sight of a mouse.
The Covington Improvement
Company, comprised of prominent
eitiuens of Covington and New Or
lea, are having a pamphlet pre
pared showing the advantages of a
our town as a summer and winter
resort, and site for manufactories
We will have more to say on this
important enterprise anet west.
A frmer in Iberville parish
raised and gathered 220 bahels of q
onions from two Mlres of land,
whiOlat a vr low estimate, say
.- per barrel, gives 8660 as the
-- preodetof two aren. This beat
raMinig cotton at 8 aets per pound
nd balf s betle per ee.
Cabbages weighing 181 pounds
are raised in Plaqnemine pariah,
and radishes 9i incbes in circm- B
fereeo in Natchitochee. But
S Sheriff Cook, of this parish, has
succeeded in raising the largest
cucumber. He says it grew so tall
that it was struck by ligbting ad b
so badly shattered as to be dan
gereus, so he had to obep it down. .
Our youthful neighbor, Master u
James Talley, entertained his little o
friends and playmtes last Thure- o
day. on the ocesion of his sixth I
birthday. We wish him masny a
bhappy retun., long life and pros i
THE RAILR.OAD IS COMING. o
There is no doub( about the feet .
that the railroad is coming to Coy.
ington, sad that it will be here in I
a hort time--sy a few m onths
The Arm of Depre Bro is so
well known throughout the parish
that it seems scarcely ecessary to
speok in commeadation of them.
For meay ears they have been the
foremost merants of this parish,
and their manners of dealing and
their thorough knowledge of the
country supply busibass have made
them general favorites with the
farmers and dedaler in general
tthroughot the atire prish. They
dlo not make much noise, but they
do a quiet and eves mbuinesm.
ie sles and manll pros " is
the mtt at D~pe Br, nd they
cham this maxim stristly. Well
paed shoppes will tell youa, with
a knowing wik, "9o to the Depre
Bro.. for cheap goods and fall
T" Te headquarters of this
edish snt are bloated in Mande
ville, La. t
masso Novuas--Bev. . It. 1
Ellis will preab every Sunday as
follows, until futher sotie.
First Sunday-At Prker's.
Seesud Sanday-At Oovingtoe
at 10 a. a., and Miadissvill at f
7 P.. U
Third Seuday-At Mandeill .
P.arth eunday-At ltgsralds 8
1m lmays-At Bim.k
S ALL ABOARD!
In another oluman will be found I
, the proceedings of a meeting of the
or. Board of Aldermen, held last
Thursday, to consider the question I
so of learin a speita tax of ve mill d
0 in favor of a railroad to connect a
Covington with the Poitevent &'
Favre Road, thereby giving as di
rest conneotion by rail with New
ay Orleans. The petition is signed I
by nearly all of our merchants and I
business men. The question of
Slevying a special tax will be sub
3 itted to the people, at aneleetion t
Sto be held on the th of July. 6
Public sentiment is almost unani- t
2 moouly in favor of this movement,
and we have no doubt the special3'
railroad tax will be voted for and d
y, carried "by a large majority." f
lIEN WHO MAKE AND UN
ant The Selma (Alabama) Thes
'"very growing and ambitions t
Scity is compoeed of three elemlents
viz: Those who work patriotically,
vigorously and intelligently for its i
advancement; those who are in a c
state of apathy or indifference and
those who take as cuious delight in °
discouraging the efforts of others
by ridioule, by a persistent denial
that sany progres a or has been v
iaccomplished, and by boastingq of a
every other city except their own. 6
rly The last clau are called croakers;
tan but they are really something ,
and worse, for their opposition does not t
e. arise simply from despondency, but I
om from that unenviable spirit which '
ag- will neither act itself nor suffer
others to ct," 1
ince It is true and "pity 'ti'tis true," 1
mal that there are a few "croaker" in I
ion Covington. Their namesjwill not !
ow be found in the petition to the a
gl Conaeil, which we publish to-day c
in another column. lu
rge YELLOW FEVER AT KEY WEST.
The rst case of, yellow fever at ii
Key West, Fla., resulted fatally on a
Sthe 3d inst. Mr. Baker was the
victim. Hiewife also died the next n
day, of the same disease. a
t y, or tue same aduges.
at POLICE JURY.
Covingtoa. 1.. May 17. 1887.
SThe members of tbo Police Juryi
of are hereby notiied that a meeting I
Swil be held o 1
for the .trmsetion of important I
b.ujnass. All members are re
quested to be preseti
J.. M. Au.no, Presiden
W. G. gma., secretary.
How To Do Ir.--Nobody is een
t suring Judge Rutland, particularly,
Id for making all be can4Thbe trouble I
is, he is colleting school monies'
and getting half for his services,
when we bave~ealaried oficials
whose duty it is to do what Mr. I
Rutland is doing. One-half is bet- I
ter than nothing! That is a inee
Scompromise to make with a Demo
cratie administration, is it not? But
our friend of the Beon mys that'
id e is not advised au to whether his'
"° Board ever received any of the in
'terest fundornot. If ithasnotit
er is fortunate, for the school children I
le of Riehland will ave quite a sum
n- of money probably. Tbey will get
L1 .00 per cent. instead of 50 per ent,
my and we will tell our neighbor bow
a to do it "free gratis for nothing.'.
The records of your parish contain
-. or should contain, all the data
necessary. Your School Board
should look it up, send it to the ,
v- Auditor. and have him eredit Rich-'
SI land with the amount realized from
Sthe sales of sixteth sections, and
you will draw the interest you are
entitled to, without the assistance
of Mr. Rutland or anyabody else at I
a 50 per centum fee.-O leckite
LIST OF LETTERS
1 Remaining in the Corirngto Poset
Soffie, lriday. Mlay 7. 1887.
Pesos calling for the same will
ples say advertied:
Ohibiner J Mrs
hle lsMosss,. eear of Alf
L Evans Louis Miss
'y Galloway John P
Knets Fred. in ears of Eugee'
L Incaster Joseph
II Me[ntyue Robert
i Meanli Niebolas F
Ward. Frank 1
Veens Chiairstry Miss
L LETTERS HELl) wor POSTAGE.
a Hartwell C C, New Orleans
Haggett ME Missn
Greaso. James, "
m Ifmo ealled or ia thirty days f
t from dat, the above lettsr will be
set to the Dead-latter Oaee.
The Poetoeoe will be open. on
L Sdayr, d m T4:.0 to o'eloek a.. a
OCas Has . P.. M
A TRIP TO PEARL RIVER.
d fldior a Bawd bgl.:
e At a recent meeting of the Hi
S8hi 8ociable Club,a committee of
five was appointed to visit Pearl
a River Station, to investigate the
I- different streams in that locality
t land ascertain if the fnny tribe I
k were as numerous as reported. The 1
i committee, consisting of Mesrs.
F. Dudenhefer. E. Reinbhardt, J.
SShute, F. Rubenkoenig and C.
d Faust, boarded train No. 2 of the
d Northeastern Road, last Friday t
f morning, g.on a tour of inspection. I
The train was in charge of Con- t
doctor Edward Gaynor, whose i
e kind and courteous ways account.
for his popularity with those who I
i. travel over that soad. Promptly at
nine o'clock the train started on its
ijouroe3, and in a short while the
city was lost to view. From the
d depot to the Lake, a distance of
five miles, the track is laid on raie
ed ground, making traveling very
smooth and comfortable; and from
' there to the beginning of St. Tam
many parish the run is over trestle
work skirting the Lake. with the
exception of the bridge which
crosses the Lake and is supposed
is to be tn miles in length. The
b balane of the ran is on high sandy
soil through a pretty pine forest
' All along the route the scenery is
" indeed beautrful; to the left grand
a old Lake Pontehartrain, upon whose
d placid bosom could be seen numer
Sous eraft, their sail set, awaiting
a favorable breeze to bear them to
' their destination; to the right
t swamp-land or prairie in all the
a verdure of spring; occasionally
l could be seen small cabins with
palmetto roofs, used, no doubt, 1
by visiting fiabermen for camps.
At one place an old Italian has a
$ vegetable garden elevated about
At twenty feet above the surface of the
at lake. His residence is built on
, stilts, so there is not much danger
of his place being washed away.
i The first stopping plane after
leaving the city is called Little 1
** Woods, msaid to be owned by Mr.
n Rogers, of the Ninth Ward. This
I place is situated on the border of
the Lake, about ten miles from the
Seity, and is frequently need by ex
y cursionists for picnics. having a
large platform for dancing. There
are several families residing at this '
. place;,their:labors are'divided he- .
tween raising vegetables and catch
t ing fish, which they ship to the
a city to dispose of.
The next station is a fne little
e towna alled Slidell. twenty-six
:tmiwes from New Orleans; it has
about 150 inhabitanmr, mostly rail
road eerployees. This place has
everal stores, including tte usual
bar-room. The legal officer is at
justice of the peace, who.e daties it
P is said consist mainly of fining the
g bar-r'3m proprietor for violating E
the 8aunday Law. There is consid
Erable charcoal and brick mann
rectured here, which gives employ
t meat tothoase who are not in the
The next and last stopping place
in the State of Louisiana is Pearl
River Station, a small village pro
vided with a telegraph office. The
inhabitants number about fifty, and
are generally employed in the saw
I, mills at Pearl River. This plane d
e has a store also, where one can pur. -
chase any article usually found in a
a country store. The telegraph
. operator, Mr. J. D. Wire, is young a
Sgentleman well and favorably
r. known in the Third District, who
Shas been in the employ of the rail.- ,.
road compeay fzr several years ;
Mr. Wire immediately nlon the ,
-arrival oft the train took bcharge of i
It IHi 8hi five. showing them the prin- '
Scip.l places of Pearl River Station,. a
and providing them with a guide, a i
well informed resident of the place, ,
bearing the amo ofl r. H.P. 31il. "
let. He is employed by the rail
n road company as egineer of the i,
,I water works His duties are fill
Sing water tanks at Pearl River and I
Slidell 8tations twice a week. Thta ,
Sis done by a small steam engine.
I The water is forced through iron a
. pipes whichb are laid underground. -j
The distance from the stream to
the tanks is about a thousnd i
d The enmmitte. of five was fr-1
the elshed with a comfortable little
oh. cabin on the banks of one of the no
Smerosu beyous that flow into Pearl
ad River. After unpacking the ba
kets and providing for the inner
are an, our party proceeded down
mee the bayou to fish, and in an hour's
at time had secured a dozen of the a
jg finny beauties, mostly goggle-eyed
perch and a few trout; more of the
latter could have been captured
if we bead provided ourselves with
a,. the proper bait This bayou
abounds with fish of all kinds.
rill Turtle are also plentiful. Charles
Faust caught one, on a fishing line,
weighing five pounds. We had c
but three bours to remaia, sad ha,
ing suecient Asb, it was decided to
al speed the balance of our time view
ing the place, picking blackberries'
and practicing target shooting. Our
inpply of water came from a mtpring
nsar the camp and was very cool
s and pleasant to the taste.
Promptly at 5:15 the train steam
ed up to the station and our party
started on the homeward trip.
reacshing the city, a distance of
thirtj-five miles, at 6:45. The trip
was very pleasant and highly en
joye. A favorable report will be
made of Pearl River Junction by
k. the Coxxmn s
Persons intedinga to make final i
proo. in support of their elaim are a
required to produce an affidavit y
es tro. the printer, showing that the I
e notie bus been published air weeks
in aeeesmioe, The affidavits can I
mbe obtained bycallingat the FA-. o
m. oas oee and paying for the ad- it
C ii omcn . HA I
, Covxs, , La., May 6, 1887. Iha
ri A special meeting of the Conneil ash
e was held on the above date. ei
v Present-E. B. Randolph, Mayor; Net
e E Frederick, V. Plancbe, J. ny
SPeebhon, I J. Smith. Jas. Taylor. '
L On motion, the reading of the io 5
l. minutes of the lau meeting was Lit
., dispensed with. P
e The Mayor then announced that C
the meeting was called for the paru- ta
pose of considering a petition of the
. the citizeus of Covington, as fol.
Covn.evo, La.. May 25, 1887. We
o To the honorble Mayor and members of
the Board of Aldermen of the town Pt
of Covington. State of Lou·isiar: it b
e uentlemen-We the undersigned will
residents and tax-payers of said fat
town respeq ally represent that
the firm of Poitevent & Favre have
built a railroad from Pearl River I
Station., on the Northeastern Rail
road, to within a few riles of this
town; that your petitioners regard
it a neeesaruy to the prosperity of 1
h Covington that said railroad dshould
be extended to our town. We o
therefore pray that a special eleo
tion be ordered, to submit to the
Sproperty tax-payers of Covington c
the question of levying a special tax
dof five mills on the dollar, on the
Staxable property of our town, for 8
the period of ten years. in aid of f
the Poitevent & Favre east Loulsi- the
an Railroad, or any other railroadd
t company connectang Covington th,
with said road, in case the said
road shall bo extended into this
E. R. Randolph, J M. Giseen, t
H. Brenan, W.G. Kentsel, to
Paul J. Dulion, Wm. Breoan,
4 J M. Thompsonu, F. . Onyol,
Ed. R. Doyle, W. B. Cook, .
P F. Julius Heists, W. U. Morgan, the
r U. .I Talley. W. F. Huemer, g
F. H. Damiee, Isase Evans, e
Chas. Heints, J. E. Smith, 6
W. Kennedy, F. B. Martindale,
L. Wehrli, Jr., J. Cabier, whi
E. Domergue, E. Frederick,
John Theobald, A. Frederick. ,
H. J. Smith, J. R. Hoemer,
Jole Pechou, John H Benoan. ,
Wm. Badon, Wa. C. Warren tim
SOn motion, the prayer of the tinr
* above petitioners was granted. and lise
an ordinance pased ordering an and
1election to take the sense of the ib
people on said tax. pay
There being no further busipess, .,e
the Counoil adjyurned.
W. O. Esrsas. Bmarr.
41" ELECTICi NOTICE.
SWuzaea, The Town Council of
a the town of Covington, by ordi- I
e naOnce adopted May 2S, 1887. bas
provided that an election shall bet
,-. TUESDAY, JULY 5. 1887,
'- by the qualified electors of the town 114
be of Coington. St. Tammany perish,
[i., for the purpose of voting on
the following ordinanee, to-wit: for
ri Be it ordainnd. By the Town er
,' ouneil of the town of Covington. e,*
1e La.. TLat tihe following ordinance din
d be ubmitted to the property tax- I
Spayers of the town of Covington, r
as provided for in Act 84 of the j
" Acts of 1880, and if adopted, said I. I
n ordinance shall read as follows: of
ph Special tax iL aid of a railroad 3m
hR to extend from Covington to Abita ._
eo it ordained. by te Tbws Couar La
l- reit of the town of Coei'gtos. That in
Scase any company or individuals 1
hI shall build a railroad from Coving. lap
ton to Abita Springs, within twelve Int
Smioonthb from the passage of this b
)an ordinance, there shall be levied a ...
a tax of five mills per annum on the at
C, property situated in said town, for Jul
fil the period of tn year. That said
1l" tax shall be assesed and oollected I
1.e in the same manner as other cor- f
il poration taxes and shall be paid 'c
d over as collected to the owners of
1 said railroad.
'*. Be i fartwer ords nd, etc., That an Pn
on elestion shall be held on the first
id. Tuesday in July, 1887. to pass upon SC
to said ordinance Each voter shall St.
ad have written or printed on his m8
ballot the words "for" or "against"
4r- otdinance relative to special rail
tle road buax. And in the event that a L
in majority of the ballots so cast be
srl for the ordinance, thee the forego- I
u- ing ordinance shall have faull effect.
er Be& it frther ordained, de., That bb
* the election shall be held under the "
sx general election laws of this State, a
he as to the maanerof votingand men- Co
ed eral cnduct of the same. That J
Ie publication of the petition of tax
payers, ordinance and election
ith shall be made for thirty days. koe
Now, terefore 1. I, . Ran
dolph, Mayor of said town. do issue o
this notice, notifying all person
concerned to hold said election, on
STeeday. July b 1887, with a view
to of taking the sees of the voters on
the adoption of the above ordi- J
r naneo. Said electioa to be con
ducted and the returns thereof m1
made in the manner required by
Eo. B. Lanoose, Mayor.
W. Kuarma., Seretary. tJ
n- CLUBBING ARRANGEMENT
he AND PREMIUIL in
We will send the Wan. Pica- ft
al ran or the WImt.r Tnms-Dao-.
re oauy and Sr. TamUan PFawun one t
rit year, to any address, for $ 50, 1
he payable is advance. e
ka All paid up msubscribers of the e
an Fauns are presented with a copj y
a. of Dr. Kendall's celebrated "TrcaT
d. its on the Horse and HisDiseases.' a
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in the euro of BRheumtism and
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On receipt of 80 eents, ina eent
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the prescription for this wonderfl ra
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.ror home druggist at small enst.
We take this means of giving our eelr
discovery to the public instead of wit
putting it out as a patent medicine, a
it being much less expeneive. We ,'
will gladly refund money if satis- iam
faction is notgiveu. Im
Tan ImowxA CsmcAL Co.,
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considered as wishing to continue
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continuane of their periodicals,
the publisher may continue to send Il
them until all arrearges are paid
& If subsribers egleet or re- a
fusa to take their periodicals from ias
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oederd them disontinued. te
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pubieher, and the papers re sent q
to the former direction, they are for
b. The courts have decided that ,
"refusing to take periodicals from j
the oese, or removing or leaving eel
them unealled for," is prins oees s.
evidence of intended fraud. my
6. Any pereon who receives a
newspaper and makes use of it, (
whether he has ordered it or not,
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tinne taking it; otherwise the paub
lisher is authorized to send it on, Yo
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LAND Ouns, Nsw Oa.sKas, LA. .
of May 21, 1887. I
ii- Notice is ereby ives that the follow
" lag samed settler ham Sled mottee of his
intention to make Anal proof is sup
port of hs elaio , sad that smid proof
will be made before the judge, or in his
abeamo the olerk of the distriet court, q
at Covington, La, on Thersday, July
IS l*,T. vis:a
b. BUNION SMITH,
a Who made homested entry No. 66S, 9
forthe west half of the southwest qua- a
ter of seoioa , and north halfofasmth
eat quarter of section 3. towMnship
e* 8, south rmage 1 east, t. elens meri
. He names the following witneases to -
prove his eaetinuous residence upeo
Sand ultivsation of aid land. viz:
* Edward Welch, J. M. 'rawford, John
d J. Kennedy and Thos. P. Crawford, all
of Tammany perish, La.
,I my28 6t Taus. J. Bumss, Register.
a Land Office, New Orleans, La..)
in 1ay S4, 1887. I
Is Notioe is hereby given th at the follow
i. lag naseel settler has Aled noties of his
re intention tomake Anal proof in support I
of his elaim, mad that asid proof will I
be made beforehe e udgeor i his ab- I
a sence the Clerk of the Distriot tourr, I
se at Covington, La., on Moeday,
er July 18, 1887, viz: I
id ALEXANDER CLELAND,
Ad Who made homestead entry no. 66, I i
j. for the east half of the southmet quay- 1
i ter, sad souathes quarter of the Haott.
east quarter of section 9, township 6, 1
f soulth rage 1i east . h dmes sewdlea.
He sames the follow ll witnesses to
o prove hs eoatinuous residesene apo I
and eultivatis of said lead, viz: 4
eamusl P. Davis, Herman tehulrs,
SCharles Davisand Julius Fisher, all o
il St. lTammany perish. Ls.
is mryS8 s Tous. J. Bwsv.n, Regiltr.
a land Ofes, New Orleans, a.,
be ay 21, 1887.
c- Notlee is hereby given that the fol
. lowiag namedt sttler has Sled noties of
his intestion to make aral proof in
support of his elaim, and that said
-p roof wiii le ndo ekfoo the Judge, or
Si his abseeoe the Clerk of the District
-. Court, at (oAilhgto, La., on Thursday.
al July 14, 1817, vis:
- Who amde homestead estry No. 568.
for the nort bal of the neth
qurter of aetie 4, township 8, seb,.
Sand east half of the sotheast quarter
ma of section 33, towship 7. south range
_14 east, &. Bn M merin.
Hie same the following witnaeses to
m prove his ooattuous residese upon
w and eoltivstion of said lead. vis:
In Edward welch, J. M.. Cawfeed, John I
ji J. Kennedy and Thos. Urawferd, all of I
am. Tammeiy parish. I
Smuy2WS 6t THes. J. Bus.u, iegiatet.
Esttay*d befere me the uadererigaed
Justice of the Peae, i iad for the eo
sed Ward of the Parish of St. Tam
many, State of Lcsishee, by Jos.
Sodriges, se of the aforesaid perish
and Stakd, a Certain
T COW AND CALF.
The eow is marked rop and half erop
ia tbh right er, and under square i.
the left ear. ight hoer beooke et.
- eaded J C o left shbolder, also JO(
on left hip; and oa right shoulder J.
tale is a light brindle, and has bees up
Stwoe years. Appraise I at 8.
0, If the owner of the above deeribed
eattle desm not make preeo sd elaim
t'eer within thirty dasp heam the dae
Shereof. the same will sold aeeord
la to lw.
Psmur Bems, J. P.
' Reseed Ward, St. Tammasy ergih,
LI., May 13, 1?7.
a ELECTION NOTICE.
Whereas. t is provided, bye- an at -
y the Gneal A.semby of Uh seato of
hb L3disaa. approved Masih 1. 1S0.
that am eketie, shall b held a the
ty t oMonday in Jne e ah year, by
the qualIsed elestors of the towa of
0 Covrgtou, St.L 'amamy perish. Ia..
I-for bth purpose of eleetag ena Mayor
and six Aldermen, to serve sob for
the ensuing twelve moatha thereafter,
as the law direats
s Now, therefore, I, Wi. r. Morps,
Clerk of tthe lteeth Judicial District
tCoat fur the ' of St. T'amany,
La., in complance with the third seeti
of said act. do insue this notice, noti
a r rien l cpomensed to hold said
L MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1887,
r belag the frst Monday of mid math,
of with the view of electing the aheve
named o@.ee.; and said delti to be
conducted. asd the retuns thereo
made, n the mean required by the
- laws of the 5tefd Loetisd.a
In testimoy whereof, I have hereunto
jued my name, and afzed to seal of
mid ot thereto, at the town of COv
igton,, this 1th day of May, 138?.
WY. C. Memasn, Cerk.
Let es N. I ad . is the tow of
e Lowisbear, La., eestalnlmg ten seres of
lead. more or ess. or farther infr
madte. tinqire at the rams eM e.
Lanad Oeoa New Oram, LA.,
L May 11, 1887.
SNeodes i hereby givem that the follow
Slag named sealer has Aled note of his
Sintetion to make inal p f in support
Sof his elsaim, and tht ad ped wili be
end. belore the judge, ori his absense
the elerk of the District Ourt, at Cev
inatos, La., an Moda, June i,
o 18P, viz:
S DOUGLAS S OSBORN. I
t who made Homestead Rdery No. 5608
* for the mutheet quartsr ot etion 3.
Heames the follow.ag witnemes to
peoven his cotinuo resideme upe
and oealtivatio of Nid had. vis:
SJab J. Kennedy, J. l . Stark, Saam
Sel Craddoek and John Hrper, all of
SSt. Tammany parish, La.
myl4 R Tos. J. B sma, Regiadr.
SCovliagta Barber Shop.
E H. Damnss, Paoe mom.
o Regular Pries:
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o Lpad Ooe. New Orleas,, t},
May 12, 1887.
Noete is hereby give, that the oel.
l owing amed settler has led nodes of
her ih nteon to make sina proof in
suportof her laim, and that mid p't n
Swri be cda e beore tie jdg r lis
absence tae aetrk ot t distriet eourt,
at Covingto, La., on Friday. July
1, 186s. wvias: I
a Widow of John Ring, deesaed.
Who made hosmesead eabry No. U.
Sfor tbe west half t the suthmes~
quarter, and souathwest quarter of the i
Snrtheast quartr of seti 9 town
ip h south reag ol east, St. Helema
She names the followlg witnesses to
L prove hor eautinars re.ldeMs pen hi
6 and ealtivatios o said lead, viz:
Samuel Davis, Archie .ook, C(ares
- Strat-ta sand Robert Davis all s
rt. tTamany perish, La.
myrl dt Taon J. BrLm, Rgister.
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