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O,. XIV. Frankili, Attakapas Co., Lou., January , 1 849. No. 1. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY, DAIEIL DENETYT. TERMS: Three Dollrs per annum, payable is advance; Fie Dollars, at the expiration of the year. The Eagle's Song. rm away, away to my mountain home ! My wing is unchecked and free, Where the wild winds over the snow-peaks roam, And the avalanche slidew from its icy dome, Oh, that is the flight for me ! .I can watch the sun when he first awakes, From his bed far down in the wave Whea backward his coral mantle he shakes, And all unpinioned his journey takes Alme through the blue concave. I can tsead where foot hath ne'er trod befoire, Nor thearrow beens loosed :i-"n its quiver ; Amd the sound of the dashing surge in it. roar, When it reaches me th.ere, -hall ,earn u, more Than the flow of a silvery t'ter. And frbelow shall the lightning play nla the vapors that roll at my teet; w While 1-ohb, with me it shall never be day. And I'll pierce every cloud that shall dare to lay Where the sun my keen glate cannot meet. , )! I would not be chain eto t sickly earth: Its groves ar totanging, at, And its roses are but oflempheral birth ; 4Oh! I'd rather be yonder a:one in bmy mirth, And sport with the changeless tar. Then away, away to my mountain home ; My wing is uncheckdl and flee, Where the wild wiuds o'er tih, -.aw-peaks roam, And the avalanche slides from its icy dume, OL' 4'at is the flight for me ! l-- i--- me1wr WHEN Is A COUNTRL RICu !-It is a great error, .says Allia" in Dougla" Jerro!d's Newspaper, to coasider wea!rl: a, in es!,ekce; it is simply an attrib;te ; and its nature chlges with the persons and the things to whiclit is attributed Wealth, or welD.leing, is the In:xdi ,:ation ofl.e state of mast in ti:e agregat:e. and we ca only form a c;ear idea of it by re. frring it to man. For instance, in the age ..i T'ajan and Antgoaus. ancient Rome c.dumna-, ted to the seaih buaterial wealth, it was. re garded the splender of the p,atricians alone ; inht Ahe great body of the people were better otl in ag of Cinceunatus; in the former c. ae con. eamaraiom ruled; in the latter distribution ob. aied. The one was the age, of small farms. t-is.lliFr l itifs. . It is one thing to create * wealth; quite another to deters ile Iby %, hoa that wealth should be enjoyed. l.L 'lsnoldI puts this point in a strong uight; e 'WTl'e Shah of Persia esteems himsell rick he reckons as his wealth all the inhab-. s odlri vast empire, who are hi. saves. all their goods, xhich bhe can take fruoml Swhen he pleases. St. Domingo wis tfor. -p'mrly called a rich coloniy, L.ecat.+e only the; - 40,410 whites who inhabi ed it were casidered a the 410000 slaves who labored tfr theum epe s·akoLedlas their property. The cotton aedes in Fsl i d called a rich bsiness, for It brings osml flumes to the palant whoi it, to dme ma.fate.rers wh l abriae it in a e asteies, to the seller whk sends it a oever the world; hut no account is taken of hes cultivator, who, while .'oduciag cotton re sins in slavery or indig4 .; if the weaser, wb. scarcely satisfies b., hunger whilst he' webs, dies of hunger when his work is in-I' aerrpted. In our eye., we do not hesitate to sy se, national wealth is the participation of all i the advantages of life. it is in various pro. portides,fo doubt. that the members of the coin amity are called upon to divide the proportion of social labor, but we shall never call wealth the shars which one member dLkes from another. A CLOGc HaanD TaERr HUNDRED MILEs. It is known that experiments have been rmaking for some time, on the telegraph line betwesen Philadelphia and Cincinnati, by the distinguish ad astronomer, Sears C. Walker and Prof. Locke, for the purpose ofascertaining the differ. nes of loqgitde between any two points upon the i We lear from the Cincinnati papem that Ptn Lack. has devised a plan . consedt iag ahs achinery of as astresmical clock with h ,telegraph is such a maner that its amy be head er registered on the running llet of paper that receives telegraphic ipressions at sweey tio. Ia this way it can mark sim te asaki statie on both etremites, and seconds, and also says m d-asse.d aon _ at oeiti of tie and of course &weea the two points can be ascertained 4. giealest acenracy. k is remakable that the tickings of a clock, when in communication with the wire, can be ead along the line from Cincinnati to Phila. I jias with perfect distiactness.-CrescJst. BRers of a Ci.samnaigabr--The ship Sweden, Capt. Nott, arrived at Boston on the Sr uak. from a "voyage around the world."- The Sweden has been absent 429 days, during which she visited ive ports, and sailed 43,600 aes. She was at se 354 days-thus sailing m an aerage 123 1-6 miles per day. eat of Oregon Terrisory.-It appeas by aefial documents, that on the east it skirts 800 .iles alsag the Rocky Mountains on the south -l mie al ng the Sowy Mountains . on the woo 7O0 miles along the Pacific ; on the north,'; N tb es along the North Americes possess.I. les of a.nd England. This area, or im at Iitte~y, eomins 350000 square s-f r fy, deg rming seven Stawe. nsjt legesas Terk, or ty Jsatese fthe dines-It A N-:w VIRTUE has been discovered in cof-' fee.-The London Medical Gazette gives the result ot nurnetous experiments with roasted' coffee, proving that it is the most powerful means not only of rendering an'mal and vegeta ble effluvia innocuouu, but actually destroy;ng them. I room in which meat in an advanced' degree ofdecoiposition had been kept for some time, was instan;:y deprived of all smell on an open coffee roaster being carried through it.! cunta;ning a pound of cffee newly roasted. InI another room, exposed to the etluviu:n occasion-t ed by the clearing out of a dung pit, so that su - phurretted hydrogen and ammouia in great quantities could be chemicallv detected, the' stench was completely reimui ed within half a minute on the emploi ment of three ounces of fresh-roasted cofke. whilst the other parts ot the house were permanently cleared of the -sell Ly being traversed with the coffee roaster although the cleansing of the dung-pit continued for several hours after. The best made of using the coffee as a disin. fectant is to dry the raw bean, pound is in a mortar, and then roast the powder on a moder. ately heated iron plate, until it a-sunmes a da k brown tint, when it is ready for u-e. Then sprinkle it in sinks or cess-pools. or lay it on a plate in the rooms which yiu wish to have pu. itied. Colt'e acid or cullee oil acts more read iiy in minute quantities. .r:I. NTIC %iD i'"t: [u.tAL,..--h co ,tt, tI,,i lte 1 .1urans' a-.ro.:s te t i. nt a - of Pf . nuaia is a reaul bI-tore the caiptlll;nl. ol New Y.rk. The N. Y tC,ur:er states that acorn pauy has been tirmed in that cty ftr building a ralway from the Atlantic to lh. P;lacli,, across the Isthmus of Panama, and the l;llowmunt gen. (lemon selected as trustees. viz : Gen. Wintield Scott. Cornelius 1. .. aw ran:e, Eiq.. Matthew MIorgin, I--,i., unlel Jadon, Esq4 C.yA. Davis. Ei' q., Judge ,t illiatn Kent. ." Bsok.tor the yubsc:iptin , ,j st,ck ":ue ,;,oen ed for i eiled periaod only. The grant from the Government of New (ra. .ada, and the control of whiclas been secur red by John P. Adams, Esq , Consul i! the, Unui yjd tales at Laguayra, as limited to ninety.:aine year., ~ad gives the ufllowing advantages, viz :. 1st. Ar.-exclusive right, of way acrfss the: lehmus, with the right to use gratuitously ail toe public lands lyinn the route of.the road. dl. An absolute gill of 30o0, cs of pub ic lands to be selected by the e av. 3d. All the Inaterials usaed tead, as w~jl as effects of pearons emplqed Wreon, are d lred ree of duty. 4d . Two ports, viz :one on thI Atla and te o the Paciic Oceans, w b"s I ade the lemibi fe a ro qA- rtes TW rleLr ~- willb e ake e immediately by WeN -Norris, Esq., e n.ier, and it is supposedLhe rad can be tini and readyforuperation withiLtwo years f this1 date. TRrm PRan L-Tbe CImraenwe of Mlassachusetts burning and shining I -ý She is an examlp.l.f the true progresso j tion-not that "brbari .rgress i t -,f war and blow.itd o'f ch such cunq s as Alexander, audPa'no e , and Alarice iurnished the exampl .-lbe progress u. man virtue, intelligence, civilizaticina true happiness; not the p as which neighboring nations, but which imp a, enriches, exalts, and ador r own. Last year the people of sausetts o tarily taxed themselves abo. a million ot lars for the support of Comn an Schools. Tb* is not a native born childtin the State, 4Y enough to learn, who is nud a1% to read agd write. In the city of Bostc.n, d ng the three rn.nthbs preceed'ng the 10th of Ap last, $200, 000 were spent in building publicR hool houses.i T'he high school just ionished in Cambridge, with two other school houses, cost $25,000. An. other, of splendid and costly charaeter, was lately finished in Charlestown. Another; at Newburyport cost $25,000. Within the last year, individuals have given $200,000 to Har. iard College. The State is building a reform school for vs. grant and exposed children, which will cost more than one hundred thousand dollars. As aknaown individual has given $20,000 towards it. The Sae e ates all the deaF dumb and blind. Last winter the Legisislature made an appro. priation ao establish a school for idiots. Thmes the mse charities and works philathrophy is which Mae. .etts is e#. gaged. 8a haes eedy such isdis. timers as elara in. M - a ".s yl to0 years ae _ag her example, let all en-1 .-Trenton Gazette. Pas.word.-Mr. Lover tells a good an.l e of an Irishman giving the pass.word at/ the battle of Footenoy, at the tine.the greati Saxe was marshal. "The pass.word is hSaze; now don't Sfrget it," said the Colonel to Pat. "Sacks! Faith, and I will not. Wasn't my father a miller l" "Who goes there " cried! the semntinal, after he arrived at the post. Pat looked as confidently as possible. and in a sort of whispered howl, replied, "Bags! yer ho nor!" Performing a Bad Voan.-To make a rash or improper vow, is bad enough; but perform it merely because it has been made, is adding crime to absurdity. The Boston Atlas ridicules the principle most happily by the following, which it ascribes to an English parer: A revolution occurred recently in the King-! dom of Napaul, lndia, in consequence of a reli. gious vow made by the Queen, that she would maerllce 150,000 people to the gods, if the King sserd fros sickness. He did recover, aad be Quaee was aboutto ezecote her vow, when h rbelled ad deposed the reigning y.II , THE Usa OF LitE.--We call the attention of the public authorities, and of our citizens, !generally, to the following communication, tront la most aespectable and enlightened source' and fat the same time, we won'dd remind our readers that in many of the cities in this coluntry, du ri'g the last visit of the choleia to o1w shores.: the use of liume in the gutters. y,.rds, and where ever there was stagnant water, was generally recommended and adopted : In the summer ,of Il33, when the cholera =pread all over Miiaie Tennessee. its course from Nashville. (whese it tirst made its appear. s!nce.) was south.-he authorities of Columhia. a town forty-two mile: south of Nashville, and !containing about two thousand inhabitants 'caused fresh lime to be placed at the door of 'every house, and the citizens were requested to spread it. freely on their premises, in the gut. ters, and in all open lots where there was any stagnant water. It s,on reached Franklin. nineteen miltes south of .Vshville, thetln ulas. ki, thirty miles south of Columbia, where it was terrific ; thence to Shellysiaie. east ofColum., bia iorty.tive miles, where it was worse than, at any other place in l'ennessee : two miles' north of C(:lumnlbia' in the country, it was very had-nearly hallf o the negroes and whites died on sonme ts!antatiuons. lin fet, it was all over .the surruundlng uountry. Not ia c."rs origal:It ted in town. The svytem of liming continued throlgnout the sun.iner and tall, and it was t'f;,nd that the usual t;ld l~Ler- were very light, u., much so,. that the e:iitomit of limninas been -tictly : i ered to aniualiv, ever rince, and, fioni a sickly town, it is now one uf tL health lest. T•'ri: ('CioI.KL,-.PIE.A roN..- I conver -ing wei many of our n ,-t emininent Physicians they ail unite ut recommnending the fllowing, precaution:ary and p;rev,''"tive nmeasures under. the l.rt~esa eii nri .ce . warm clothing with tlannel lex!t to the skin.. and extea ling down sno a- t, ove4the abdo-. omen. keeping he le,!t dry. av..inz all untec-i essary ex ip"sure to the wet, and an lmdiatVr change ol wet or damp garmlelmts. . i'., avoid all etrce.. in eating and drinking; hit to, preserve tLe usual rilLe ,of living.dispen. sing however, with the use of such articles diet as may lie calMulated to amtarrans the stomach or disease the bowels. Under the list of pro hilbited artil:. " are to be inc:lhed fruits and vegeita,.e. ,of all kinds, especially uncooked or badly preparel ones, also fish salt meat., sweetmeat'. andl pastry. Rico can be freely and advantageouly used, and well boiled or roasted patatu'., ai'y be exempted from the list' of prohibited vege!ables. To avoidl tainpering with the system and ieowel by taking medicine unnecessarily, or as! i previintnve .the same time to pay the most prompta attention to the least derangeainent of the bowels, and to call in imnmediate medical assis tance. If the above directions are followed, there 1will be little or no danger of any attack romm ,the disease thathas recently appeared; or even' it'the real Asiatic cLolera should come amongst as.-Balletin. W' 'o .-LetThe planter (says the; South ltMoli ) make himself independent byf peuducing all ht he consumes, and he will soon1 where tsecret of success IN . The that be -the aginmal f od t l e con. s s-the whiclhe rides and drives- t mules wl.b perflir his farm labor--the I which c hes hi borers-the leather) fC arness-- these thi is are sold t terat profit, hen he pa Wir them; o of-hs cotton cro4 it is all swept away. the planter make a he can on his pr - tio et him rear all t'e domestic animaWThe m desire for use, or more if he can and let him! ai t marketable crops,'not for exchange as he nq ess, but for cash to he paid to him, to be in litepermanently or to be spent in the educa. i tion of his:children,.nd he will find that instead; of every year growing poorer he is actually growing richer. Let the planters of the South commence and pertinaciouly adhere to this system. and in three years there will not be a single man from Tar river to the Rio Grande who will desire the aid. of an Agricultural Convention to help him out of difficulties arising from the low price oa staple, which from its frequent fluctuation in value renders it not only an uncertain income. affecting the interest of the planters alone, but one which brings mn its train rain to all wh. deal with them. T~lmpernce.--.uty afrectioml are re much csedJy eeeus in eating as yy intemperance im d .,thequsily aupw'ell as the quanti. ,the food should be attended to. Persons who are in the habit of frequently dining out, .an never be effectually cured of this dis.ase The system pursued by a dog doctor in Paris, is, Ithe best that can be adopted for the preven., tion of gouty affections. Ladies bring their lap' dogs to him in their carriages, and say their pets' are unwell, and they know not what is the mat ter. The man locks the dogs up in an airy) room, gives them some water, a little bread, and a dry bone to pick. Bey way of exercise, he makes them skin about, two or three times aI day, by means otla little horsewhip dexterously applied. At the expiration of a fortnight he takes them home to their mistresses, well, ac. tive and hungry.-[Po.dlechnic .iJurnal. Discoavery of Acid Spring.-Dr. S. P.1 White , at tkermeeting of the New York Acad. tesaySi.edicine on Wednesday, read an ac count of some acid springs, eight in number, found in Byrou,t.enesee county, N. Y. They are strongly impregnated with pure sulphuric acid which increases in strength during a, drought. The vegetable matter is killed around them. The water is colorless, and from one spring sufficient to turn a grist mill. A simi. lar spring is known to exist in Persia, Asia) where it is used to make skebet, as a substitute br lemons. The waters have been analysed by Emma.. Chitton, Stilman, and others Terrific Theory.-Professor Silliman men tions the tact, tha' in boring the Artesian wells in Paris, the teitperature of the earth increared at the rate of one degree for every titty fbet, to. wards the eentre. Reasoning from causes known to exist, he says : The whole interior portion of the earth, or at least a great pa-t of it, is an ocean of melted rock, agitated by violent winds, though I dare not affirm it, is still rendered highly probable by the phenomena of vole.pneos. The facts c.a.O iected with their eruption have been ascertainm ed and placed ieyond a doubt. How, then, are they to he accour'ed lr ? 'The theory, preva. lent some years since, that they are caused by the combnluston of immense coal teds, is per tectly puerile, and is entirely ithandoned. All the coal in the world woukl not afiFrd fuel enough I;r a single capital exhibition of Ve-uwius 1e must look higher,than this; and I have but it tie doubt, that the whole rests on the action ol electric and galvanic principles which are con ;stAnt;y in operation in thle earth. A RomAN PRo'sE:Cr oF WASItxGoTO.--I| 'one of l'Ccero' Fragments, the follo.ing re. nmarkahil: -entenlce occul s-written some eigh teen huntitred }ears ago : i""Far aco-s the ocean. if we may credit the a' billine h..ks.m.and after many ages, an eaten i've and rich country will be discovered, and ii: I" will ari-e a hero, who by his counsel an.' arm, mwi!: Jet!i er his country from the slavery hby which hie wats oppressed. This shall he do uider tve :able au-pices: and, oh ! how much more aJhnirable will he he than our Brutus anid Camiilus. The-e predictions were known to our Accri.;, who hal embodied them to his Ny. . Itegreia. an!d c.:bi,ellihed themn with the onra. meh. of pretly " Netr Iac'nt io'a for Trareliag in the Airl -1f.. John T'aggart, of this city, has shown to us trf draft of an applaratus to be attached to a alonrn tfor the purpose of traveling in the air, - !whieh he intends to complete and test. A small steam engine is to be attached to the car of the balloon, which is to be employed In work. ing two lar -. spiral wings, which operate in the[ air soniething in the manner of the screw pro., peller in the water.-Thy are to be turned with' great vehrcity, a,,l in a little experiment whlchl - has been nmade with them in a room, they asere ,t.ind capbl,-i of drawing a light carriage over : rails. lThese scren wings may be turned in a ia any dirctio,n, so as to ascend, descend or ad- .I .vance, with the balloon" The invention is Iquite curious,'and may result in some useful ;purpose, either in propelling balloon, vessels in Ithe water or cars upon railroads.-Bauker Hill Aurora PRISONaER IN I'sANA-- In emptying a tea chess at Bangor, Me, recently, a snuff box en sclosing a bye dolb note. was found at tdh. bt. [tom, with a few'Ines, dated Pekin, December 1847, stating that the writer Edward Lovell, for m merly of lostot, was a prisoner in a tea.house, and had been for six years. He requested his mother to ask the U. S. Goveraipent to inter. fere for his release. CoNcnAerAL SraTzsrtcs.-The publisher of the Lowell Offering states, in a late number, that I in one mill, during the past eighteen )ears, eighty.two of the "boys," and four hundred and I live "girls.', employed there, have been mar- u ried ; and from another mill, one hundred and eighty seven of the girls have been.married do. live years; and from a single room in amtier corporation twenty eight were married is o. year. SDeATr or, AS ECCENTRIC Cl... Wm. G. Baylies, died at Boston on es.j day, leaving a fortune valued at over ,000. t'he Transcript says : For six months past the deceld has contin ed himself entirely to his refusing to seel any one-even his own er-but the laidy at whose house he He has not du., ring the whole time w mself or shaved; has changed his linen o y when he could no', lancer keep it on him, and has patched his *lothes until little or nothing ofthe original cloth could be see.,' He has, so tar as is known,ta. ken nothing L late but strong coffee, without lnilk. He rfdsed to the last to take any med. .cine or to see a physician. The French ArIa, actually on foot amounts, sccording to the dectaration ol General Lauuor. .ciere before the committee appointed to exam. ,ne and report upon the budget for the Ministry f 'War, to 540,000 men. The estimated ex. penses of the War Department for the year is, 4,5,533,224L (upward of L17,00),0U00 stnering "Jake" said a rather seedyish-looking colored hiped, whose legs lake kna,ted bamboos, vital 'ized a pair of sniny hulbazine trowsers, "'Jake hey you get a black weakit to spare for a thw 'days f" ,i What for, Abe ?" "Oh! I lost my Aunt Betsey a few days ago,; .land I want to take a short uuourn I" SREDncrox.-The lfatory proprietors in! IPittsuurg have given notice that the wages of' their operatives will be reduced. I I I G. . BANKINS, Watch Maker, Jeweler and Dentist, Respectully utourms the pubiac that he hass taken the house formerly occuple.d by Mr. En-s mer, near the store of Mr. J. !3. Birdnall, wherei he will repair WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY in the neatest and most workman-1 like style, and will perform all OPERA TIONS ON THE TESTH in the nmust up. proved manner. Ladies and Gentlemen cm.i, leave floe watches in his care with the eunth denee of having them well repaired. He hopesl by close attentbon to business to merit a liberal' here of ptrmsge. P. EiWARD CROSLAND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Franklta, La. All pprlessional business confided to him will reeire prompt attenti,n. Ogce troting the Court HIouse and formerly occupied by R. W. Stewart, Esq. Nov. "27, 1.43. HENRY C. WILSON, Attorney at Law', Having located in Franklin, will attend to the practice of his pril-e.di.n, in the several Courts ,f the Fourteentl' J,.licial District. Pro.fessional hbu.in' ... conidled to his care will Ie promzpt!v atter .h..'. . Olffice I:2.1 d.or ho.., t. Reading Room. SPLA If. & COO' , Attep=8s and Counsellors at Law, Have assc'riated th..mielves in the practice o their profession. Legal business of all kinds r,,nmptly attended to. Otlice on .lain street, Franklin. Lou. Oct. 5th, 1e4$. A. a SPLANE. It. C. COOK. W. iW. RICE, Attorney at Law, .franklin, iRnu. JOHU B. LEA, Attorney at Law, Will attend to the practice of his professidn in the several courts ,,t the fourteenth Judicial i.strtct. All'collections which may be. entftsted to uim, promptly attended to. 0)" Otlice at te tra8tlin Exchange. 1. A. A FRAZER, Attorney and Oo. ellor at Law, WIIl piactico ,. the .Courts composing t.e Fourteestla Jo Di)st . - OFFICE A F IN EXCHANGE. Respectfully tenders his.servceea to the in tWe ptacticvot his pilussinai. He mway found at all times at the Dehart plantatio Pars of St. Mary, 3et. 16, l$47" "To Sugar Planters. For sale by the subscriber, in Axletree Cane Cart or molesar oxen, with or Harness r carts or wagons; Hame '(London's make) of y ; Straub's ',atel Mills; Cast Iroa tic U o~ s; Double geared H ower Gearing; Horse. Power Mill I Belt Motion ; Babbit's anti Metal for reducing friction Jin . and sugar mills. JAME~S . SIMMONS. F ., Jan. 6, 184$. . w Orleans statloners' Warehouse. Buoo, SATIOJ rMY, PRINTIN o AND BaINDso ESTABLISHIMI.rNT, 14 O.mp Street, New Orleans. Booxs-Cuinpremaig the works ol the bestalan. daud auhor, tin the various depmtiments of literature, nelelol and lmudern. CatcAr PUoLiCATIONs-A- publishers' prices, reIeverld as sans as isuerd tro.,l the press. ScUooKL Rookts-A ilriae supply oa ail kinds in geaier-l use, selected with great Care by the proprelor, personally. SANlNALs mand Pictormful Works of the most ,ieiu'iul descript,,n. supr.-bly bound. STATION.RXt.--Cmtcnl d lof he m.a.t approved kinds..id.,pied In the use ol couuiingi rooas - sd ,uhltt" .1tlc' ,. BLANK HOox. ",I the moat approved msnulac. tLe, with rrcrnt ie.lproverfnts. PAraR ATre CARD,-L.iter, mmnilscdp, Ftolio Pieu an.1 a nher pIpers; Playing and Plate I Crds. al! kinds. 'PRITINno AND Boot BINDIOe, in all their branchoe, eantlyV x.-euied. (O Country meoch olnt are invited tors zn ine the stock and peces, tbefre puirhaitqg elsewhere. dec 16-6m DR. WI. CI.SNA, RESIDENT DETIST I RemIees the Itrder of his prolbasinem services to the citizens of the Parish. Hav inl;r so aur recevrerd hi. health as to be eambled to devote his attention principally to the prac. Itice ol DIlNTlSI'RY, he purposes visiting any familly in the Parish, when desired; also to vIatll pli tdically, Pattersonville, Centreville, Jemnerett's, New Iberia and St. Marltnsville. All operantoms pelormed in the most appro. Ived and ar'l,'ifiLc manner. Artificial teeth Io. serted on fine gold, lrnin a single tooth to Iwhole sets, which are warranted to give entire / :sltailmrction to the wrater. His u.fice is on Main street, where he is *g ways to he iund ezct t when absent on prohs is,-,,l bu-isw s. He would bellave to refer to any Physi. . ln olf Franklo n or Patlersonvillr, who le wit. , 'ewssd lor the last three years his node ol op l ratiag. Frnakli, La., Juoe 24, 1847.