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LOdlY- ^' Wi * MI ITEMS
More Logs. , .
The untiring #tmt $ob , Roy snaked a
long raft of cypre lygs upl ti Teche last
Tuesday, passing Praiiklin iii .e alghtd.,
By request of Mr. C. C. Palfrey Collector,
we publish i seet . E AsfPer .1f i~t Stafe
Auditor in re1rd to the penalty for non-pay.
went of; 'Ate l 4 l4- ttA X Alties wed
collectable on taxes paid before the 1st of
Imanagritsriff tihlý=eg r"
From several g.o . ll hat a. lage
number of immi~rapts aill visit Attakapas
in the fall and wlnter to exauine the country
and buy land, . The ,.tr e policy 'f large
landholdera 4s to divide and sell to sulall
farmers. But few large places will 1H sold
in a body while the labor qneseatlot so un
settled and the future supply is so donbtful,
The parish is generally healtlhy. A fcw
case, of fever and chills, & d oecasi.naly an
attack of dysentery a nstitnte the principal 4
part of the falldeklness. Soon we will hli t'
cool, bracing weather, and everybody will
feel strong and ready for fall and winter lamt- t
On a visit ti Me *. Weler & Bronsonis a
few days since, we stepped intoc house where
a steam engine was driving a corn shncuer, a
corn sheller, an4d a forr ongnuy
for mules and E ie: -areal for brtadu Phe
shucks and hominy are mixed together nim
wet as food for horses awd mule}.
Messrs. Walker & Bronsonu have a ew
brick machine which they will soon pu i
operation. It is driven by steam powcr=, n
turns out about fifty pressed brick in a
ute, 3,000 an hour, and 30,000 in a day. y
intend to make a millioa and a half of b iek
this fall and winter.
.More rain has lately fallen in this parislh,
rather more than most plantetr want. There
is not too much rain for the cane crop, ;but
too much for plantation worfl now going on
in preparing for sugar making.
Devotiea to Wesmas..
Never did the planters of this eduntry slow
such devotion to business, such singlenes' of
purpose to nli k nu d such utter alit
of interest in all things save the crops, aat
the present tiame.. Whe waol .their
with a muad easrant tendenee as a fond
mother watches he'r Bi~t1mn. And the ew
Orleans merchats barb fior the eril: i fath
erly regard almost as strong and deep sehtad
as that of the planter. And the carpetbag
ger also delights in the fine crop prosloe.e,
and is already plotting legislative schem$s by
w-hish he ,'ia gi hi f£.rdyi .g
Great complaints are made in most pa "s of
the parish of the smal1? d b kwar4.ess
of the cane.. A w plantse V mare as
scarcity of hands-n the large plant e s is
* neseijroawbsei ttbigjt ." agd their
asese. Mbawy wws.enae is tap by b
coetn ra con4topo that M ou s $ ate
than half 6t:e 4M.'thft m' eet - a
would have secure
S.Judge Yandy 4d.digl4 t (9fJ R
W the sum of froma4) to $150, the six
lately adt4ti ,tgeg gAh being in
pony w.4h Je,`i...qb . 'i iri. 4i,~t4 o4
beoes nsdeaiyot svhina,] ted.t:
bail, eiL j law dec
the case notrYWbIM but the Judge pa no
attentide stebelw *4 pq ni y At
The ljwyWs4Idab d. dlandy had no ght
to bail the a n ldt'a _ Luc ai 4sry
,§o J - ,iiffect;dteith$ -the
1 ui'm1 Won' ni t by
creole horse, or twenty dor in ney.
WhiPtlf Siy IlInhdl~tbWWked wit the
oestanding th ateJb Jaudg wUl~rpta the
guilty angge wbo tbiEhfr ql 14 ph 5
0GU "aY maults -Why did the ~tadi
cat sheril of this pathb bsjied ti i6l tours
at the houaseof JoLa Field the i i~g be
fore Field and his foliowersqaetkh a
on the j ipF- f ! t ] =
Wi r l o1s a did John i4a
th Ibst.all' eri~ A .~ 4 im con- is
* . 'q a *: at ' ry ,.o trs.' " tl .d
Wby ig rni t:" tottersonrii4 and
to th 4iiey y wferie i
8 tt ixtbut }ply rprs t% eking
nneasures to bring the guiaSietes
Jinaitiq1ata.rr vi s rt ,L!r .ow I
Why di&dAe% Randptshow: as much in
tveresmsea msng-amho·aotoa. -.r
so ramg seal k trying to hbut up i.de. l ~
W the Register, the "'oiicial o.gsg.
of Wa 1i Co., and its cesponiat
Fran of John Piel and a
end attempt to ý ni:. b alt mid_:
SV~ B-la ild I llt accopnt of ft
thae its ow tatements were as utterly
SI i e w1 isi~&& BIderous b the
bt - lately
ing ..esr andehreason****.* t *n*
St"-': __--_ _-------_ _..___ I -
tGa.s - subu
hiYa t tee peat p F tre
Judge 1iprwell the abis editor of De
Bow's ReieW%, writ a far 'tin mca
able arti*e n the Ohlaest iber queiion
thin we he ae' yet examined: We bave the
artiele before as ei the Review for July.
The articliti 4ue&b. takes the ground
that Europe will continue to empty its sur
pl popualtiat on oar sbores aiD aamething
like an equilibrium is restored. It opposes
Ci4 .,,ptijgratiou. Says the Review:
"We ~bok ith nmch dread upon the im
portatib6 of incongruoum raes. The future
prosperity and freedom of the South con
sists in eliminating from its institations any
thingMhlbiAts aBi4tinlAd9 , from other
ion... ~o add to. ueaoes, Asiatics and
Chinese will pcrpectate a sectionalisn which
I usint .cafways fatal to our hopes of politi
cal justice and equality. To keep in our
midst a populitlon whose votes and muskess
may be turned against us by outside influ
ence, will be to sign an indenture of eternal
The Review states that the Southern
States now produce but three-eights of the
world's .~apply of cotton where in former
times it produced five-eights. England has
built five thousand miles of railroad in Asia,
and hegrCoj.~ ncd tch culture of cotton and
rice into the East Indies where labor is rice
fed and cii'nate clad. The English control
this labor in Asia, and she is competing with
the South in the culture of cotton. She
quarantines her Chinese laborers many
tdhsbnd miles from home. The Review
says: "To ask England for laborers is like
begging guns from the people we are fght
ing with. It is very obvious that when we
thus aclnowledge our dependence upon a
British source of labor supply that the Brit
ish Government could, by simply forbidding
the emigration of coolies, put a stop to that
project of labor supply."
The Review says to the Southern planter:
"Be content with fifteen cents a pound for
sugar, and twenty-eight for cotton. Do not
labor to cheapen these proIuctions by coolie
1. .c'Ad elAor of many planters that we
are short of field hands in the South, the Re
view replies, that is fortunate for the South,
cultivate less land and manufacture more.
Iastead of sending onathern prodacts to
marleot to the value of $300,000,000, send
m nafaetfamd eottone, wooelsm gods, reined
sugars, and other asdoles and fabrics to the
amount of $ 1809,000. *Put much of the
idle muscle at the South that is unfit for
field`labor ito factories, and bring white
operttives and meeanios from the North
and from Europe where wages are lower.
Tbe ieview objects to the theory of some
of teNerthern papers, "Irish for the rail
S anals, Gersmas for the fams of
the We 'ran b hiame tbr the cotton and
cane fields of the South." It wants white
Sfor the 'oah,-s Mwell as for the North.
l- " ". I.O - n. w -
of cottom and osgar result tam the scarcity
of labor. Why slould plantes seek to r
duce these prices by making labor mere
abundaint? Whly sire to make no more
Iofl two acres than are now made
We t ~y iWdorse Judge Burwell's views.
We do purihto see the North put anther
e iyinto the Somtbern mouth to steal
itts Mftas~ d rob or people of their
S hea earsna n The youth has not yet re
I e 6r bd o o the cfect of buying kidnapped
SAfrieans frgm New England slavers. Whyq
, should we purchase a curse for posterity by
t hiriug NorthEcfship owners to bring mil
, lions of theeilowmae to our shores ? Why
;; provide a. store house filed wit food for
lit finatics,.desm sguw "revolutionists fty
Yeasw bence! Why pay for chains for the
feet andlimbs of our posterity when we have 1
ie RonasBonheua iaina d of smoking.
SAmeJina Patti writes that she will never
aame to sing in Ameriea again.
i- Julius Shlesinger, German asatr, of Lou.
"s itile, has been sastruck dead.
Pinese Nape n is clled a "a ft and
gay.earihseome isepisesi' ""
S A ussian Grand uebe and her name I
- is Maria, rides the velocipeod.
aI Napoleon, Wellingtou, flmeboldt, and
An American has given Patti a silver
te, withbe dsiemt tma i may be a
long. beforse-he ~hai it.
remlau Ivig,- Gr#Jr d. All oa
C . C Stanton defends Mis An
nr otion at the Labor Convention, eo
tarmnd that aWCi. Anthou lore. s -t
i man less but woman more." E
eX new 're ndhin of War, Mar- b3
r;sha McMahon uis "a desendamnt of
Irian saib -- It'tho, dbe of his N
SChristian names beiglatuiak.
A ena of Philadelphia, ire
Sdetermie e shafre bashiug hems i
f for the aeeom dtiiss of the peoor.
Garataldis dIeo not aser so mee
but .Afti t -ia la am weauth
ehbeaten hjl1, wb~ has made may a
voyage, a pliank eis a s wtig, at
but as _
for .V. rI Itif;ii
an . ll
g to M. Caibsuts ut.o al taRt
as if by
wiate upotop kdeter. ...r
On Weimaeay, theth lost., at the reldease of CoL 8.
F. Bban Usu gdy, Mis KATE MARKS to Mr.
On Thuray, the 1 ..wet, Mrs. oIJsA V., wife of
Mr. 8masl Readlett, aged 42 years.
pric Curmreat anb Cattle Starket.
CARE FULLY CORRECTED WEEKLY
IFrom the N.O. Price Currentl
FRANKI IN, Sept. 1, 1919.
Sugar, Louisiana. Its 174 to -
Sugar, Havana, white 15s to 1]6
,age-,Loat 1. ,lo -
ols, Louisiana, P gal 60 to 70
Molasses, Louisiana Refinery, 60 to t5
Molasses, Cuba 47. to 60
Cotten 29 to 311
Baging. Kentucky, P yard 24 to 26
e Rope per lb 1 to el
Bran per 1 l 1 00to -
Brisek per M to idt
Bricks, Fire, English c3 to 100
Bricks, Fire, American In to 50
Candles. Adamantiae, per Il, to 21
Chocolate, Cocoa, per lb 34 to :,
Chocolate, No. 1, .01 to 59_
Chocolate, Sweet and spiced 33 to 67
Cider, Northern, per bbl 13 to -
Coal, Anthraacite, per ton .30 to 10
Coal, Cannel, 13 to -
Coal, Western, per bbl -- to 50
Coffee, Rio gold, per lb 14! to 17
'lorn Meal, per bbl 6i 7 to 6 00
Cotton Seed, per ton 13 to -
Cotton Seed, in sacks 19 to 20 50
Drugs-Arrowroot, Jamaica per lb - to 40
Bermuda 50 to 60
Opium 16 to 17 50
Quinine, pt : , 40 to 2 50
Morphine I. 50 to 13
Indigo, per lb I 75 to 1 e5
Chickens, grown, per duzenu to 7
Chickens, young 3 34) to 4
Turkies 1" to
Malt. Western spring. per bushel 2 2. to 2 40
Malt, Canada 2 30 to 2 75
Hops, per lb 15 to 16
Eggs, Western, per doz 25 to 30
Eggs, Western, per bbl 1) to 23 l
h er sib to -
Mackeral, No. _ 19 to -
Cod Fish, per box 1 t6 to -
Herrings 55 to -
Flax seed, per 1h 4 to 6
Flour, per bbl 3 73 to 8 121
itsins ,layer, porlb,o 3 40 to 3 50
Lemons, per box 15 to 16
Oranges, Louisana - to -
Oranges, Messlna, per box 7 to -
Prunes, per lb 14 to 3
Figs, Drusa 20 to -
Dried Apples per lb 9 to 10
Dried Peaches to to 11
Citron 3t to 32
Almonds, sofeshell, per lb "27 to 2.
Almonds, Shelled 40 to -
Glass, French, 8x0l, fifty feet 3 25 to -
Glass, 10x12 "" 3 50 to 3 75
Glass, " 12x1 4 to 4 3)
Grain-Oats, sacks, perrbu.hel t'5 to ,;7
Corn 90 to 1 07
Wheat 1Wl2to -
Cow pease 1 50 to
Beans, Western, per bbl F to 9
Bemans, Northern 1o to 11
Gunn. Bagper bag 19 to 19;4
Hay, Western, per ton 29 to 32
Hay, Louisiana none
lHies, Mexican dry flint, per lb 19 to 00
Hides, country 17 to 1$
Hides, Texas, stretched 18 to 19
Hides, Dry, salted 16 to 17
Iron. Pig, per ton 45 to -
Iron cotton ties, per lb 6t to 6c
Lead, per 100 lbs 11 to 12
Lead Pipe, per lb 14 to -
Leather, sole, Hemlock, per lb 33 to 33
Leather, sole, Oak 42 to 48
Leather, Calf Skins per dozen 42 to 75
Leather. Texas Rough, per lb 24 to 32 1
Lie-hel, per bbl 1 75 to -
Western i 6 to 2
at: to 2
Plaster Paris 350 to 375 1
Lumber--Yellow pine, inch, per M to 15
Cypress 30 to 3
Oak 25 to 30
Shingles 3 to 3 75
Mom-Gra Country, per lb 2 75310 300
eslack 5 to 6
aoes, Select Black, water rotted 7 to 8
Nails, American, 4 to 60, per 100 lbs 4 75 to 5
Tar, per bbl 1 25 to 4
Poitch, Southern 2 50 to 4 75
Rosan, No. 1 3 0 to 4 24
RBian, No. 2 2 to 225
Rosin No. 3 1 75 to -
ii Turpentine per gal 37 to
- oal, in barr.es per gal 33 to 35
Ceal, in cases 43 to 47
lard 145t10 150
Linseed 1 181to 120
eatr '2 751to 3
llot 1 75 to 2
Painat-Lead, white, per its) lbs 8 to 16
Petter, London, quarts, per doz I to
Ale, Nortmhern, per bbl 17 to 2
Bee, Western, per bbl 17 to 18
eZ Texas 12 to -
Pc.ter. es35 to 25
L.d, prim., I kegs. pier lb 19! to )
Bitter, Northern 4'i-t 41
bette', Western 27 to 30
Cheese, Northern 7 to 19
Cheese, Western 6 to 17
PPseess, Lotsiansecr bbl 3 2 to 350
Oaas:1 75 to 4 5
Poder, per keg 2 lbs 7 50 to -
Rice, Lepaminl, per lb ,; to 9l
alt. Liverpool, per sack to 10
Seep, Western, per l7 to 7
Nrern 6 to 10
Calle 14 to 16
S*.lM-Brandy. Cognac, per gal 7 to 16
Hiila.d rtig 40 to 47
Aerican 240to 3980
W.hlsky, W :. , , I l to I 1
Abinthe, per stoz ... 1 to
Vermuoth 2 to 2
-trch, per b ' to ) 1
Tallow, City R edsd In to 1 I
Tca-lnperital ,porl 10 to 101
G . ,powder 90 to 751
,) to I .10
VineCar, Cider, per gal i to 21
VInear,Prach White e per i,1, Is do' 0 1
Wnes--port, per gui 1 .5 to lO
Cha a , per dog 1 10 to 40
Woi-Washed, per lb3 to 40
Mx tian t to*
ntrry 17 to
LoeLsaa nirr ~19 to. '2 1
CATTLE MA lJTET.
Texas cattle are selling in the New Orleans market at
free $10 to 45 per head.
I. Ho e .......... 9 0ii 1 11 00
She ep................................ 300 4 500
hCows. ................8000 100000
Miuh ows ................... ..... 50 00 a 8000
(oet ..............-..... ....... .. 1 ^a 400
e NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PORTADLE GAS LIGRT.
d F. P. PERRET'S IbRUG STORE.
TH]E mbaebera bhave for sel, at F. P. Pearet's Drug
s, is Fraukia, a lsaresd empeletoe abk of the
esebrated POTFA]LE GAS ,AMPS, CIANDE
IERS, LA.NTERN, ETC': Aloe, Patelle in emas
and barre, r gearal l arn prirvatedwel
Sltes, Chrebhes, Publie Hals, Steamboats, Gee
o sse.s, Isloems, lPeterie sugar Heouse, t.
All wih C·eq Conveet, sad Poube see a
ight.S equal to Cal ta m oHlf t.s lrr will
I C well togive the P ortable Ga sd dPrisalir
Tral. CONWAY A YEHAN
.*ake to sEper cal
BI-SULPHITE OF LIME.
The ealy SUCCESSFUL defeatin agent ever used
bya t he WaaiSs pa&e For Looaimia. Al ether pruemes
aew sale byM,
Esa Newser sens usetween Coasembose ast lieavuhe,
Albso sem.r er l ie, erale ad nell SulphLr.
al'mpfre- P aA Bles Rice ArlU.
PARISr OrP PLArtUrl s, , LA.
This mbll, tWe lssts isLsusieaa, has been receatly
krpeevedmhey to E LL AND POLISH RICE, at
hs in rsetwsehaahh to
Ouuebtsheuseaad Bhlaavl i O.lawout. a
S- ".__- ,_
A plater, wh has the best ad i tL ary, mlaS
goodloeatio, but no e, wae, a parner fI r thr
or ass yea., who has amoge,t&sproietor pottung the
ggtloe at l Lin vn se rvksag ai casl of the
pauter. The pijat.&.n has a capacity for 500 ba.
a of Segar yeartiy, aml adle that lat before the .
w. Forpmikular Ipyp at tigs o5..
irasham" Age A IM
T"' Ds aw's NEW ORLEANS WlVIEW, wilt be
otes a ,e a-e -4 i
e -liles I sod .r in l,- ear.
SPU CJL i N eIC*S0.
. -wood" "---7.U htwa Life lissu
TJAR. JO OFALLON - President
r Nu d Policies isa r fat in Bt '-ecar.
Of ViW vpgtrr ) t. Lsui:
JAS. J. O'FALLON -P--- e sident,
A. M. BRITTON - Vice President
S. W. LOMAX - A·-istant Secretary
A. II. BU IC R - Secretary
C. G. McHATTON - General Agent
W. HATCH Medical Officer'
W. W. GRISSeOM Consulting Physician
W. E. HIARVEY - Consulting Actuary
JAS. i. LUCAS. JAS. J. O'"ALLON
A. M BRITTON, A. it. tiARRISON,
S. A. HATCH, W. C. SIPPLE,
A. M. WATERMAN, A. IH. BUCKNElR.
Olcers of Loalatana Agency :
Gov. C. II. MOUTON - - President.
Judge E. T. MERRICK . - - -Vice President.
B.B. SIMMES. . . .. . Secretary.
W. G. AUSTIN, M. D. - - J. N. FOLW~VLL, M. D.
Lsulaaa Directrs ;
Gov. C. II. MOUTON. of C. It. Mouton & Co.
Judge E. T. MERRICK, of Race, Fotcr & E.' T.
F. H. HATCH, of Samuel Smith & Co.
C. CHISM, of Chism & Boyd.
JAMES JACKSON, of Jackson & Manton.
OCTAVE VOORHIES.of G. W. Bancker & C,,.
THiOMAS FITZWILLIAM, of T. Fstzwilliam & Co.
. S. MORSdE, Prprletor Oily Hotel.
Gen. B. B. SIMMES.
The Mound City Mutual Life Insurance Com'pany
being a home institution, it should be preftrred by citi
zens of the South for many reasons.
We will, however, enumerate only two or three;
I. The money invested in it is retained at home, where
it assists in promoting Western and Southern trade and
commerce, in building up towns and cities, in develop.
lng our rich mineral and agricultural resources, in ild- I
ing our great lines of railroad, and in cultivating our
boundless prairies. For these reasons Southern and
Western men should insure in it.
2 As its funds are all invested where high rates of
interest trevail, it can grant insurance cheaper and pay
better dividends than any Eastern Company. For this
reason all persons desiring to make a 'ertain and safe
provision for their families. should insure in it.
Its Local Board of Louisiana Directors being composed
of men of high standing in the community, is a suicient
guarantee that widows and orphans will be protected in
their rights, when polical issued by this Company ma
ture by reason of death or ctherwise. This Is peculiar to
this company, (no other institution beyond the limits of
the State having a local board) and is, therefore, worthy
of the highest consideration.
All kinds of Pelelesare issued by this Company. All
This Company makes no charge for policy, fee or
The Louisiana Branch Office is in the Story Buikling
up Stairs, No. 3, corner Camp and Common streets, oppo
site City Hotei,TNew Orieans.
B. . . immee.
State Agent for Louisiana, New Orleans.
Agents for the Parish of St. Mary, D. DENNETT,
Franklin; Dr. A. MAGUIRE, Cypremonrt.
N EW ADVERTIMSEENTS.
tA X`1 9 Bakke"& C-.,
3 HTALE.DWA LE
74 Canal and 95 Common Streets,
ADJOINING CITY IIOTFL.
Agents for the Gelebrated Weymouth Nails. Et
10 Jan. 16, '69-y
A. L. TUCKER. IRA DAVISL
Tucker " Dartis,
Attorneas and. .ounselbors a Law.
OFFICE-Fas ENLIN, LA.
Judicial District. oil
iair" Pryaisu Eawrlded
STIRD IMA& STATE FAIL,
I STERN S'
PURE RAW BONE FERTILIZER
0) The most economial and effective agent to insure large
3 crops and enrich the soil.
The lategest of every Planter. Farmer, Garsener ald
Fruit Grower will be advanded by the use of this great
The deeresase of the average yield of all ops culdvated
1I North ad South, since 18t, is a well knows fact, ast If
5 the deteioration of our lands is not rapidly ecked by a
better a. d Sore efective system of fetltilzig, the pro
0 duneivemwssefe soill will contiameto diminish.
The most important consideration for the farmer, will
0 be which is the best, as well as the most economieal fcr
tiliser for tiedrang the production of exhausted lands sad
4 MOW .- .lin~lfe tJ f xrq t61K here is ·s
cheaper and morseng e agent than
STERNS' PURE REW BONE FERTILIZER,
Which is ewu l PURE ald UNADULTERATED
BONE, not mixed with sand or chemicals, and does not
aticl fertilizers. A small portion of this will be
more efoetive theab e qq tiies of ehemlcalfertil
zsere, sad one Iryer wll last ram three or eaur years.
The peoistor of the above Fertilizer also manfacrtures
and kp}p oeiyu hand, It large quantitio+e, BONE
For directions, priess etc., address,
t STERN'S RAW BONE FERTILIZER AND BONE
BLACK FACTORY, Lock Box 184, New Orleans, La.
Offiee-At LOUIS STERN & BROS; Auctioneers and
SCommiio Merchants, No.33 Magazine and 96 Graier
Steetr No eOrls hri Advof
I Js&MEB H. HOVSTON,
O~o ~p~,louaPs1lsh. of
Al oy pOaistnd sellands
on Theom bilen. Tse ing lanomf to sell ha ill doe well
sdto, with amdlpt radie, dormitories andho rwish to
per .a..s are knowvery teir wishes and well riting.
-e#, t. rrthderent date er ,C
SOpelousas, July 21st, 18W-t
;A d'ew Orltei ., w Sr Lsdt es'
, No.167 Prytonia stseS, ewssnr of First, in the "Ganlen
DIJOTED BY MR. . POARNTZD,
The uildiag is a9e comfortable handsome ms.
sion, with amp oam r studies, dormitories and reess
ties The grounds ma very spacious and well shaded;
t sa s uiet hasltyand s sedated.
The r e hsp er m as o f ngad in the different ds
psrrmisf a hsrsbhedoessm SsrYOUNG LADIES.
==aC.. = ac=espad W. F. Weeks; T. T .pper, Jr.
JddOresB e 14 New Orleans Post Office.
JOHr 3. HU LEtRD, r
55 Cau.mislt snct,
jy26t G EryW ORLEANS.
Will he re oped fo the recepion of pnpil. ,n the Rh
of Aeiasthh Tewil be the begmnig of the 'ciolad i
isail , for 93 ent month
The follwing ae his terms of muton, payable is ad
Tome, Iar session of tae months
.............................. ... ........t0 0
amoeg the psople.t. """
200 Barrels LIME for Sale by
Franklin, June 30th-3m
a Fra.nkts *esdemy.
This Institution will be re-opened on MONDAY. SEPl
TEMBER6th, 1869, under the supervision of the Princi
ppal, assisted by competent teachers.
Timely notice will be given of the place where the
1 school will be held. GEO. B. SHEPHERD,
aug4 tf Principal.
NOTICE! NOTICE! !
I Planuters and Wa1gon .MWakers
t CALL AT KAPPEL'S.
n The subscriber has now on hand, at his new establish
y ment opposite the Court House, a complete supply of
KLNTUCKY, WHITE OAK STEAM CART FEL
LOES, and spokes to match. Two of these felloes form
the circle of the cart wheel, and in strength and com
pleteness there is nethiug that will compare with them.
They are from fonr to five inches tread.
Alo a fine supply of plow handles, spokes and hub.s
for buggy wheel.
All stocks sold at New Orleans prices, and all repairs
on buggies, carriages, carts, ploughs, etc, at less than
New Orleans prices and freight.
All kinds ofblacksmithiag and harness making done
at short notice. P
Franklin, August 1, 1869. If
B. F. WNiuckestear,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
OFEICE un the same building with the law oflice o'
A. L. Tucker, Esq. Up stairs.
Franklin, La., Dec.9, 1865. ly
.4. F. .'WCLa, a . D.,
No. 14 Baroane Street,near the Catholic Church up stairs
NEW ORLEANS. /
IV' C onsuliton a tain Fr each and aglish. oi8-m
Peet, 'ilNattser s & Beeitffhg,
(,I'ORMETILY PEET. 1IMMS & CO.,)
Importers and Wholesale Dealers int
D DRY GOODS,
198 and 93 Magazine Street,
NE1'W\ ORLEANS, L.O.
a FRANKLIN CONFECTIONART,
V. LEFORIT & SISTEI:S
This establishment is now in operation and has a go d
s5 upply of Candies of all kinds, sech as
Lozenges, Pecans, Tarts.
Jellies, Almonds, Cheese.
Cordials, Wines, Preserves.
SI Brazilian Nuts, Butter, Crackers
Pickles. Sardines, Soda Biscuit,
Figs, Raisins Cakes,
Sugars, Pies, Cigars,
8moking Tobacco, soda, Flour.
Cakes for Wedding Parties and other occasions, made
.at short notice.
Also a supply of DRY and FANCY GOODS and
FAMILY GROCERIES always on hand.
Franklin. June 15. 1867.
The subscribers have now in operation, at their ship
yard above Erankln a STEAM ENGINE, which drives
a PLALRNING MACUNE, CIRCULAR SAWS,
SCROLt SAWS, ETC. -
Dressed adn Seasmmed Lumber.
We are prepared to Dresh Floring and Ceiling, Ton
sue and Grove the same, and furnish Seasoned Lsambe
of various kinds.
I dges and W arv.es.
We build Plating Bridges promptly, and Wharves of
Plats, sl5k a, Mac.
enies fbe" is, at ealse prenmply and completely
Cirterm sald Cebers,
Water Cisterns and Sa Coolers from the best of
Cypress planks seals to ceder,
Heasoes sad Shked.
Persons wishing to contretwith us to build for them
Dweing Hoass, Sugar Hems", Out aSeses, Cabis,
Cane Seds, eta., ete will please give us a call.
Anyone wishl to Repair or Remodel OldHoes,
Md SugarHoeetc, etc., or epair Ssmra Vessels,
e ae rinvited to sa their wishes tom ba lete or
otbherwise, TRAINER & BNSON
d Franklin. June 16th 169--ly
SDANIEL & JAMES D. EDWARDS,
r- 21, 23, 2 and t27 Delta St., and 2L, 2, 26 and 1 Fron
d Street, Fronting River, Between Gravier sad
t Podrs, New (Orleans.
fOip,m b 'Ia ea n a o sew a n
SSTILLS 4w- wOIa, FO e. I a OTHER DISTLLERIES,
* B!ksmlthng Jobbing and Repairing, Steam, Guas and
Wai W Pp .ad Csst_ t iahm, all Sies. Spel
ter.' Be, . hof Broi Week,
Steam node l Gungee, Whis
ties, Cocks, ete.
Brass Puenalg, Pilnshing and Pattern
jel6 ly im
JednM L. ers.er,
COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WORKER,
Brfms Founder and Finisher,
-And dealer in-
Wr W ght Iram Pipe and Pt.l.,lSer Steam
A Water mnd eas.
154, 156 and 158 Magazine and 6 Notre Dame streets
Lightning Rod, Irom E itag, Bell Hanging and Lock
emithing work, executed expeditiously sad on
the meeost easoable terms.
Franklin, August 2. 188-ly.
º Corner Camp sad Comenon Streets.
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA,
StJI SUPERIOR HOTEL is located in the very cen
S of the stbusiness prtion of the city. Itis conve
n ly sitatd within a raw squares of the theatres and
pae of a smeat, and within one square of the great
mart, Canal street
For business men and their families, this Hotel presents
superor avatages. The ammeodlos Verandabs in
frot of the building are a er.t cavenemee and attrae
tius, not equled aneytent other Mel in the city.
This Homse has been and renovated throeg.
at,. d is smampease by any establishment it the
EverTy lhaury the easdo trds liberely furnihetd
the Prepeer, sad superior Cate ra employed to
cane su ulisto the pubtlc.
Particularettention paid to all telegrams end letter,
Delnen eamemueatims aboalbe addressed,
CITY HOTEL New Orleans,
fane-tf n. Io O@BZ, Proprietor.
W. it. FIEIxeOs. . L HiwS.
PUfMa, Pterms & Cte.,
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.
i sU. OUTIkr AND BO S ii
al.rw orsas Lobese
We have -lw'ye- ,n had the largest assoeea of;
CULTI.rNG, SHIRTS Mat Trmaks, which a odf superio r
qualiy sad mak, and whik we ell at tha lowat
_ Also. PLANTATION CJlOTh ING, COTMONADE
pAINTc. All resrs lia oplrnsIy and aussfaclios
Country chata ad Planters are aged to call ad
LI NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
i S. L S. GREEN....................... THlli. LIDEft.
Green & Elder,
iREAL. ESTATE AGENTh,
21 COMMERCIAL PLACE,
" "F LR th, r -, rt.ie., t, tlh, on , f ., i. . 1- : l St.
. Mary an d adiinimu paii.hce- i h,, ri-L h 'I e ,. -a:,: ii
of plantation,. a'+ th v huve con:! alt .:l(ir: - f.,r larv- e
i land small plan... ,..-.t , t.
Jrewelry anid Faanry .'ood.t. i
A. B1. GRISWO L1) & 'CO..
Obt 'iimi of lH .l & :., ".1 F, -tahil,-h . lift. Y
?I.iN F CTI'Itl'It" 'i i l it'tE - F
GIN S A.iI) 1 IST'(L.S ,
Corner Canal and Royal Streets.
,h+-t" . ",/'<iv NEW RILR.E 1Ni. (.
E. F. Pirgi s,,
ec DEA.LLE IN SEE.DS. .
iO4 Graevicr .Stret. - 104
COTTON AND SUGAR FACTOR
- '( O \IMIsst i N M1.1 II. \N\ I.
3........... ......Cari r:: t : . ..... .. 5
NE V )ILi: \ . ,"
PRICE. IIINE & TUPPE.L
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
T. 'IL PPEI R A s..N II I'1'll . lt.l I . IL
iCharlestou, .%. ('. Nw York.
Liberal advance. mad+n t. ,,"a :-u ,c " t". N, w 1 k and
('har .-t,.nt I.
New O rlea .n-. N o;-. 11. - ,; -
H. T. Bartlett.
COM.1MISSION 3,1ERC.I'I T,
AND GINFILtI. 1.;.-:T -'Oll Till.
SELF-FASTENING BUCKLE TIES.
No. 13 Carondtelet Street,
NEW (RIt..N.. o.:17
The steamer Alice is n.w in compll,-e
order for business. I'IEIX. PICKXETS,
and Sawed L'MBER will be tak,,n any where o these
waters at moderate rate-.
McHugh & Co.'.
NEW SAW MILL on the Teche, withln the nppe
limits of Franklin, iS now in operation daily. Lumber
of all kinds can be furnished at short notice and cr:rent
Also, three fect boardi, t weint;-..w inch shingles,clear
Sf sap, a superior article-.
McHugh & (;o.'.
NEW CORN MILL, at the .same place as the Saw Mill
is in operation every SATLRDAY. Tho.e who send
corn to the mill may rely on prompt attt-riti,,n and good
Franklin, La., Nov .0, 18t;. -1y.
lspreted Sollherni C'onr Plaslter.
1 E ATTENTION OF TIlE PLANTERS AND
rFarmers of the South is particularly called to the
above labor-saving implement. It has given universal
[ satisfaction the past season. I am prepared to fill all
orders the coming season. and will deliver in November
and December next, or earlier if required. My father,
W. F. TUNNARD, will superintend the manufacturing.
A fall guarantee will be given for the performance of
all I claim for the Planter.
For Further information addre-s MARCUS WALKER.
JAmaL FIra.klia...or IF. D. TUNNARD,
Baton Rouge, La.
Groceries and Bakery.
The subscriber haejus-t opaued s new GROCERY
STORE on MAIN S TREET, where
heorstfor salo all articles usually sold in Family Gro.
eery Stores. such as:
Pork, Lard, Flour, Irish Plotato-s. Onions, Cheese, Sar
dines, Mackerel. Pickle., Ctofee. Tea, Sugar. Molasses,
Vinegar.Claret Wine, Bourbon Vwhisky, Plantation Bit
teores, Red Jacket Bitters, Candi <, Soap Tobacco, Coal
OIl, etc., etc.
Tin Ware of Varioun kinds. .lathec . Bucket-, Bro,,mns,
Powder, Shot and Caps, Boots. bhoe., talic-. etc.
Baker's Bread.Crackers, Pi--. irnkes. Ca(niies, f'rits
etl., etc. VLNTIN SCIIAN.
Franklin, Nov. 30 :T',.
J. G. Parkers.on,
Pariak Recorder and Ex-OMcio Notary Publi
Within and for thl,
PARIS1H OP ST. MARY
Since the year .1. I)., 1--;.
Acting as general agent for the lourc.ha,< and .die o
Ireal estate-as such, lately purehaed the Drmby plants I
tion, near Franklin, on the west side of the Teche, for the
Hon. John Ba dwin, of Berea, State ot Ohio: and the
Byrn plantation adjoining, for the " Orphan's Homeo
Beelety," of the Northern Methodist Epiceopal Church i
of the State of Lounisana.
From his general bntie< qlualifieations and long
tenure of office, is familiar with the laws in reference to
mit mortgages, etc., and acquainted with the proprietors
and their titles.
PAUL J. CHRISTIAN. ARTHUI: W. HIYATT.
MErCANTILE STATIONERS, PRINTERS
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERB.
No. 38 Camp Street.
Lock Box No. 70S. NEW ORLEANS.
All orders for Job Printing. Blank Ilowks. Ruling, etc.,
promptly executed, and at the lowr.-t market rates.
Lawyers' Briefs printed with dispatch. may26 ly
C. SAMPSON. F. G(. 5 IktISON.
(Late C. C. Sa. pson.t
`UIrNITUUE -A.N) C'HAIIi.
33 and 35 Royal Street,
JOHN I). SAINT.
Once on Main Street.
Franklin. La. :,ter 1y
FiREI. G,TES. DON ( AFFEItY.
GA,'T.ES & (.\I,'I. E1Y.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Practice in the parish.es of St.- Marv. Ilwtia awl st
Martin. Particular tie iuun gs en to colle-ctioun.
Crteekes antd Lager Beer. d
The Slbseribe has 'I .sa tc r, t-,rr at thie '
corner of Willow andl First street . Franklin. where he
keeps a general supply of grocertl. % hich hre will always
sell on reasonable termls, such as
CIHEESE, IHUTI Ill,
CLARET, l OFF-l:. (
bS'UAR, ETC.. ETC'.
Also, the beest of cinger Beer, alwaviy
on hatd, awdl eoav.enieut for thos.: who happsnt to tert
thirsty when they are n, .Mai Stre-et or tt,. Iublic
lshare, .JillN S('tIWA RZ.
Franklin, March h. -,,.
.o000 barrrci., Plttbutr C.l a reinucod pr.e: A lib
eral discount allowed to thu-o who buy us large qu.nti
ties. Forsalehy . A.1T'%,ELL.
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
=.1ttakapas .Yaktl Tfransportatesa
St. ame,.n WARREN BELLE Rand
ANN.\ } i:. c!rnnectinO with N. .
( and I W. Railroad. Leave Brashear
l.aly on the atrrivai of th.. cars from New Orleans.
L. a... Ne.v Ibieri:, daily at 3 o'clock 1. M., connecting
with ilie d.,r-u train at ilruash:ar.
! t v.t v. I t TI:rP< WtIL.L CE M IDE TO t. MARTIN-1TLLE
Rates of Passage.
l',, N . i' a:Jaus to Brashear, 0miles.......... ...
ia f'atterionville, Ge mile,.... 5 00
to Cntreville, 102 miles....... 550
a: Franklin, 107 miles.......... 6 00
,o 'harenton, 127 mile ..... 6 50
t", Jteanerette.136 miles........ 6 50
tY New Iberia, 146 milee....... 7 00
ru St. Martinsville,15t mila.... 9 00
'o Vernmilionville, 171 mileo.... 10 00
. , rand Cotean, 186 miles.... 12 50
:o O,(,tl"ht-a;. 1"ti miles........ 1t 50
- ,ashing on, o02 miles........ 12 50
Tariff--November It, 1868.
,inge r. pel r l;.,~ho ead.... .............. ........... 3 i0
S I .. t r barr.-I ..... . .. .... ..... .... I 50
Mol,.,r, . ,,er half barr l 8................ .... .. ,5
Cotton. per ai·L. ... .......... ......... -00
C(:t.un in u .ed. cor 1.a n ........... ............. 3
Cottoj sui eiper un lb. 5
Cott( n iln -.et, uat -ack .. ...................... 0
C:ott,n s 1,I. in corn Jack ........ .. ........ 1 9
1M o, , per ba: - -.l arge...... . . .................... 1 50
o per ,a .. .ma ............................. 1 00
I Ptatos i: rack, 25
[Hide-g dry. .... . ......................... .. I1
'lide. gral . .... 20
Y arli g . ..... .... ... ..... ...... ... 00
,Suckling cale ........................ 1 50
S ....t ..... ...................... 150
arl g .............. . ... .. ..... ........... 1 2
St.klin l .. . .. ...... ........... 1 50
v . ..... ....... ...................... I 50
S I, ;" . .................................... 130
. h , " . . ................ 1 T
O h ,t ..... " .... .... . ........ t0
P'RICE, ItINE & TUPPER,
S, Cuaronudelet street, N. O.
,Itttakprras and .hWa Orlease
';: XPfl EMSS C'ONIP\ANY.
r. .. - ........................... . .R . . EB .
S - ................... ....J.ML ROOR8.,
C.utttrvill. ...... .......... ... NATHAN TODD.
ranklin ............................ BEV. C. 8ITrH.
(.;'rcr-'t .i.ntlinn .....................J. EOBLE'UR.
Jnrr..tt............. ...... 11. F. HIDSON.
New lb, ria .......... .............JA. A. LE.
Let us Hare Peace!
IT IS P'OSITIVIELY. nndtertood that, from the ft of
Janutary. -.:t. ni., go.da will be sold on credit at the
r uttri. atF. P. PERRIT.
Frtanklin .Ian i .i. 1-ti.
(; , YNN N& 1VIN.'rZ,
Ma;ui. facturer, and Dealers in
B ols .. e ors, Tr'ausks, I'atiees, ee.
No. 9 Camp street,
I uth.1-iv New Orleans.
Stevens " Seymeur,
(Established in 1I3d.)
:e IMPORTER AND DEALX&3RA
i PAPERS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL OOS
CUTLERY, GUNS, FANCY GOODS, ETC.,
96 and 98 Common Street.
Nel w Orleans-Opposite the City Hotel.
Received by late arrivals, direct from the English man
301,00 Alcock's Superior Limerick FISH HOOKS-all
Cotton and Linen FISH LINES.
Joseph Rodgers & Sons' POCKET CUTLERY.
te Also a large stock of WOSTENIIOLM'S AND WADS
it & BUTCHER'I
SUPERIOR POCKET CUTLERY
Also a large assortment of
A.dap.ae to e.vry ammeh ea trade
Merchant. ant otLer- visiting New Orleans are invited
to examine our stock, which they will And complete sad
st low prices,
apr6 STEVENS L SEYMOER.
To buy I'atti,o's Cylinders for clarifying cran juie.
After planters have spent their mosey Amd become dim
Igusted with the difersat clap trap sulunr mhio.
t they "lways come to us and receive ts om ar.
old, time-tried, and only reliable salphur machine in ca
istenee. We refer to the 10,000 hbda. of prime to choice
sugar la.td on it in the past year. Address
P'ATTISON A CARE,
Box 05, New Orleana
Persererance Meee .WUW.
32 Miles Above the City-on the inaelad.rg.
River, Pariah t. Charles.
l'lant,i .. nd others can ship direct to the Mill by the
regular packet., and thereby save expense of trealpplag.
Milling unsnrpas.ed by any other mill in the Stte.
Warcholuse capacity of live thousand barrels
SIEWARD 4 KIPP, Proprletore.
: IEI,": DInPRE. Agent. l Customhonsestreet.
E. J. ar.tlt:, B. B. HART,
E. J. art k Co.,
Importers and Coemaeseam ecrchants tm
Grocerles and Drags.
We keep constantly on hand, Sugar, Coffe, Teas,
Spices, Liquors, Segars, Tobacco. Psaeom and all
descriptions of (rocer.es, Drugs, C1emiale. Dye St.
Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Wi. ew Glass, and Pltet
Nos. 73, 75, a 77 Toholpitotoe St.,
jelli-ly New Orleans, La.
4 old j.edals ad DRplsa tI
First Piemium at the Plret, Seseed acd
Third Loulsiam State Fair.
FE. A. 'TYLER,
11S Canal Street New Orle0as, La.,
wVatchers, Clocks, Silverware, Fine
F'ine J eweelr of Every De.
SMasonic and Odd FeiewV Jewers,
Spectacles, Plated Ware Fins Cutlery,
,Bronzes and Rich Fancy Good.
Jewelry & Slverware Made t Oder.
Notice the TOWN CLOCK, (Moon Clock by alght)
n Front, ABOVE, on Canal street
New Orleans, June .;th, 18o-ly
B lers :? Bargls 11t
T wo Double Fluee Boil'rs, bat little wesra, ose 2
I,.t long . in ches diameter, suitable for a SUtgar mill.
-with tine .nt,. etc. One Boiler 32 fret long. 2 incehs
diameter, suitable for a large Saw Mil. or Sager Mill,
will be sold. a great bargain. For prie., etc.. apply te
Editor Banuner To Mr. Watkins, Englaner at Walker
& Bron.on': or II. E. Lawrence. New Orleans.
O l)l) 1ELLOWMV' 1 ALLS
J. J. I(KRAPP,
IHI jt-t ,pcind l .i tuck of (G.ods at Odd lellowh'
Ill. cornecr ot Maine and Wilkw strecets. 1tanklh.
l.cY Gt)ooD. IlisTl. 'llOES. ATs. IIhARD.
WARE. PI.ANIATION NUPPLIEt .
'1i A iLEMWL A.-~QL
.'L I" ADAVr'tD 1O
' HL 'tEADL
1m erm-s-CAHII, uly. Frices.--ELxttcteely Lew.
CALL AND SEEt