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AND gMAJP.l OF PLANTATIONS, BY J. M. CATLETI" & G, B. SHEPHERD' Orders for surv. y)mg Laud., I. mIn, out Ca uals and turni,.hanig ,p.,tilei tir the same where. by the necessnar ecvnatlons will 1w .lhown-m or lor Maps of Phlanmatlna, rprelrsentiang all improvemeuns, in Ihe areas of different p,,rions of the field, the ditches, canals, roads, I-nee., and .ll iutormarin u.elul to planters ,fr rtier ence, will be prmnlptly artllide4. to. Comln mu. Dications addrm-ssed to thelm at Franklin, Lou N. B. Pateut.s lot Lands procured. 6un-d7 CBARLES RABE, M. D. Havln, located htumtsrl: II, L'raiklon, offt"-r his pliotrula.iunal servicesl to the cIIZrllts Ut ihis Parish, anid h,,pe- by stire attirtni to the ca . em enlrusted to hisa c.trc, h Io, mIrlt a share of publec patrounge. Residence at Mrs. E. Pecoi (ffice, Carson's buildimg, Main st, d14 A Card. Dr Charles Ra~ b pioljpises to prepare onet or more oumug gt-riiume. u ,l liberdal educa.imn for admission t, any Me-dical Colleg in the Uniited Stales. For turfrl-r p.irticurs., applly at Dr. Rabe's otli', Carsio's but)hltdig. Fraklinkh, Li. l.e. 14, Its. The Charleslon .lercury H Ha, ii-w ue-'tl uctei-r thei c.!.iucr! ahi)l p,ri.ns etorTs.,p o0 the undertsieltned m ,r upwards a.I a year. In its I nalgemelllltl, his z-nious eldet-av ur has beenl to relnder ih. J ,urnal, to e-ve-r lespecf, Worthy the C.i: q :,t ,rii. itui ant.l :. r bigh desilny; .nd whltle a v-ry Ia^e a.,d in creasing patrutmage prisu.ade-s him that his id bors have nlt b.e-.e u)ntcmrim-i-pe, t.ie in, to tllh.t account. the mlore nc;e.ur.geld tio redouble his .efots,.b. evert ,means ai his ;ose.. In vier a1 this, le will cimnpilete ui' hin thei em,.eii r, suc-h arrange. ns.ll as will verty mucll ili ,e the ateresl auJ upelultess of hi, Jour. In Piitst iasE MER(L'CRYB wil continue ti efect the primiepl--s amid S-nt..inets asI the South--eolallh and uncO.lprunlsi,ýgiv adviicu. ling such a co..rse, as will hi t secure hlt tights and dfri.,d her iis~stu'uIois. 14 Commerce, hiF.;;.i; c aud thie .M.rk-ls. especial ,.aios will b- i..k. I, ts .Iv,- Itic V Sm 1 iti +, f(llest and mosti reli1Ie iii iio mm.tlmit. Is Agrwumitre aud Manufacturcs, all tie moat rece.lt imlprovemiet.tl is II be cairti:t It"y no ted. In Statistics, such atieltjan will hum d-uored, as out teo leave the rem"de-r Ii)1ora.it of. ecotlmm. ie.ial oand atelliemtal oru. e" ".I this idid ..th. er Sttes. ; ,n.J whle. tio Lc:!ars and Science, .' .l MeRacuRe will L rr-nmierme.tl ,r.,c'lve b; ebormei selectous." In Local o~n! t;enerIl \eurs nolthl.g shall iw o.nllhmd i.. ,r;-t ;. a -.ide-. lud - SI a1.:.rlaed ul whstj is.d.lli t,,nu Im, iI thu "*but i ~rld.-" . Grti;etfd for time mkh.' tluavr... lr.etidve r'tee, .Ised, and with the asura uinc 1!.tii h.'+ wi.i i.,:. Iate to u inremttlltig .'a-ert Ji-retaltelr., t- I r flatlers huie-Iwll that the al.lrcurl will "0e q r1siw-er prove .-mi.qumt i to i pro)i.... Ise hum has v-elured I.t t.ndal'tm. a.se; 'Th"-,e iBiie a w-. ft. Fse ddtlr. per ai. oem. JOl.IN tr. C7, 1W. SDec.mtuer 7, 1"4'3. i . Drugs and Medicines A ae" w.'uip slyv l mc. hI and Warratsntd (tjmd Melde.i.es, (t*r Pllant.rtl,. nt d 1"otrll1 ui-,. jpu.. recets t Z hlFaaNK1.% DIRUG STroa.. Car. y Almanacm! Aisaaacn ! '.D. JAYNIE would hereiv inlorm the L that, be publishes auruaclly lhr gratvit. ao- distriiltios, himself and ail hit .p.a's as Alsmanna. colI~ J wd Med,.-a.l ..nanac, And G ide To HIelth. a , The alculationa for this Almanac are made wish great care and accuracy and tir are difter eat Latitude and Iangtulde,. so as to make them equaliy useful as a Calentdar in ever) part of the Usitd States and.Britrah North America. They ar printed ou good paper, .ad with handamne new type, and are neatly bound, and besi..e being thep.ad mist accurate Calendar paliL the JlUnied States. they contali a lag amount f vralualtle inlform.aatoa, suited to tht mts t all, and of that kind too, which cannel be funad is books. His gatalogue of Diseases, with remarks ahd directions for tLeir remtoval is really inral. sable, and make them welcome visiters in every house they enter. I-'ery tamily should possess at least aee of these Annuals. His Almanac for 1849 is now ready for distribution, of which he designs to publish at least Two .lillUons. and to order that every family in the United sItaes and B. tisn America, may he furnished with a eupy, be hereby invites Merchants, and re reepes to forward their ordnes to him as early as possible and they shall Ines upplied gra. uitously with as many copies as they any deem ncessary to supply their various customers They am also invited at the same titne, to send S.epy.l hl4ir 'DRsiaess Card ", which will be pwater of the Almanacs ow the A am them. By law they cfanot mal unless the postage is first paid on them here. Orders (post paid,) directed to Dr. D Jayne, Philadelphia, will meet with prompt attention. Families can obtain these Almanacs Gratis of DR. RABE 4. CO, Apothecary Hall, Franklin La. Agneds for the sale of Dr. Jayne's Celebrated Family Medicines. hUildrem's Shoes and CI.thing. Call snd cxuminio our large stock of Youths and Children's Boots Shoes and Clothing as they are going of rapidly. .27 J. W. & R. E. TALBROT. A Dwelling louse to Let. nquire at the Olice ofthe Banner. d21 Oils. We have received and opened a fine assort. muete the Best Oils, among which are Lard Oil, Witer Bleached Sperm, %A haie, Linseed, Nsaea-boet a&., which will be sold sery low. P.laes rsed melkeepers will do well to ML. JW & R E TALBOT At l hI'hIs hsta,.lane.ll-et -,, ia~,,tab.) kno w!, has! ;ag inl rev.ried to las founder Dr. %1 illhm tabiel wtho has the sole a.lmlaeenlt .C the sanle. I wish it distinctly understood that I hare at, present no intelaion to leare the place. I shaal 'levte mly us.divI olie nallniio to my shop, andI ,.hall grw-lully recn ie a conltilnualio ollf pre-i vilouis laiois. In addressing letters to me (ori ,orders, I wish to state, that ior rea)son, I snail icii!iiue under ilir firm ol DR. RARE & Co., o tl that niy busiess will be carried on underi this firm .itwith.tandang I am the sole proprie. A toi. I'Th, Establshm.en has received a new 't impulse and a splendid Laboratory has beer. i: fliued up "'u enable me to prepare all and any b kind of medicines. "IiLLI.M RbABE. fi:m DR. RABK I & CO. h New Books. I We h;ave jus; received per sch Col Fanning direct lror New York a good assortment ofl French hooks for the use of schools and classes;; r;alsi a new .iupply ,i Englishl Inoks, making an *r ldntis.n to our stock, which completes the as . rrt.nent of school bouks. de,21 J. W. & R. E TALIBOVT. Fresh Garden Seeds, And IHerbs romn the Shakers, conssting of ail kinds of S-eed and.diy herbs, viz: Sage, i4 I'hmnle, l.onset, lluarhound, Summer Savr I San I others. AlutIhecarv 11.1 , DR, RABE & CO. 0 Mackerel. In bbls. and hall bi,:s.. Ir sale hv M. WALKER & ('0. S Franklin, Dec 21, Ic 143 -i ---- - --- ---- -( To Let. if The Frank;in Exchange Bail Room, Tw ', R.i.-i . ab 4 l t ilt S it'i qtuar,*. ;tlh. a:, Ot li'-e.' .A,,, a -;at *!'. .. .:," ur ilore m r ' i *..i.-e r" !tl 'veent!y lilted up. For particulars, apply at I Si ran'.ln l:xchange D)ec.2 1. . PAPER WTAREI:lOINE, New Orleans. t , E. . Stevens, Bro. & Co., Importel and Agents Jur the Mlanufacturer.s HIave for sale the flilowiang extensive assort neqt of 'Paper, Playing Cards, Stationery. d&., Iat low prices, viz. : *-* - " PAPERS. - 600. mains Printing, for news, 201 by 30 to 39 by . inches; 5000 reams printing me-. dium size. line. 3 6700 reams Writing, Foolscap, Letter, hard a; w"ke, (various sizes) Mave el . usizes)I Sassorted colors, nmediumt.. . litho. :;ap: ic, . late,mrtic, b , and e.ery variety of paper in c S PLAYINO CAILt 200 gross Cohen's Highlander's, Merry An drew's. and kecatur's; 150 gross Crehore's flighla.d. er Ed agte gross L Smith's 1Binders' Boarns, S "r do, .squcet do, Trunk , io, a-sorted num.ers."r' inting Ink; writ. ing Inks ip f I and 2 dozen each; a comaplete tl£rt of type and printing ma. flo.+-als, &Ac. : ' dec a _-5m iv * I Heldeq's Ir agazine. Lantz! ! C PEst BREsrT'!! 7 68 PAES HE oL !!! VOL. ill. CO.~MIENCES JAN. 1, 1849. t3 to ý0 Splendid Wood EngrarinLs each Month ! ! ! Thii. unruvalled Fatinlv Magazine uuiversal ,) :ick'iwiledJ'ed by the li'as as the best Ane rc.in Perio(,dical pubtIhled, offers at the corn ijnenc.rcieit if the 3d v,ilunme unusual induce. o.n.ts to slihNcribes. Its lfeatures he.reafter will be entirelg American, ilcludila Americanl Ness. , AIIericai Portasts, A.errtcain Tales, I American Sketches. A serines of Euigrasisings, fronli the Paintings, ol- ou, best arlltists, iocldig Cole, G.gnouz, Du. rand, Edlnaiods,and others, il in tlaytous pre. !iaratiun, and the lacile pencil ol the ininmitable iDARILEY is now actively rinaged In enrich. tIaig Htolden with his l'oltraits of the Public iMeln ol America. The poriraits of distinguished American Di. vines will be continued in every No., as herelu I re, with the lhe.-lke sketches ol their lives ond mn:siatry. Each No. wail be fi led w-ith Tables, l " ouma, Essays, Reviews, Sketches, l'rauela tions, lples olf the Month, and will embrace everything Amusing, Instructive and Readable mnow ia prugr us in the woeld. As a Family- Magazine, :he Editor is conati dent that no rivalry cal effect, or opposition lessen as value and worth, and he offrs it to the world as, in tome, charaCr literaly merit and illustrative beauty, T28 AGAZINE ! ! iKTearsTn Ce'trlr !!! v in the land can a·f,rd to be with. den iii its circle; for when such a peri. can be obtained one year for the trifle ofl ONE DOLIAR, who will tnot wish to subucrtbe ? The ohj.ct of tle Editor has been to give a Three Dollar Magaziae for oe third price and a glance at Holdetn's wale show the result. Now he only asks the support of the community, cnd in return will give imlrovemenst, as they area demanded. Now as the time to subscribe, as those send. ing first will receive the firast impressions of the eagravings. The No.'s can be lurnashed from July 1848 if washed by subscribers-that month comtaencinit the previous volume. Tlaxs roo 18491-(in advance.) I copy, One Year, 81 00 5 coes, " 4 00 20 copiec, " 1500 PREMIUM Posimasters, or others, sending 20 names and .15 dollars, receive Vol. 11. ol Hlden's blaga. tioe. hattlsoinely bound in mullan and gi!t-edg.I -ed Address, (post paid CHARI.ES W. HOLDEN. S100 Nasai-s. N. Y. REGULAR PACKETS. a- at New Orleans and Alltaitpas Packet. The well known and fast running steamer thW VENTA, Ial DAVID MUGoGA. , Master, Has commenced her regular trips between Attakapas and New Orleans, and will continue to run by the Atchafalaya route, until the open :ng of the Plaquemine, when a larger boat wi ll p be brought in to take her place. T'his boat is il well adapted to the trade, and Capt. Muggah he ho,pes by strict attention and punctual:y to de. ;u ,serve a share ol dublic patronage. lThe Vesta stands A. No 1, in the lasurance offices. IHI New Orleans and Attukapas Steamer. A. W. VANLEAR. J.ao. (GET5ANGER, Mlasttr, O Will make regular trips between New Or.i leans and St. Martllnville, touching at all the !landirngs on the Teche, Atehaftlany, Berwick'. Bi... B.,vou Boeuffand bayou BlHck. S.( "'hTh s boat having b-een pu.chased ex.1d pressly I;lr tor above trade will run the entire - '! eason. d2 ' .l.takajlas and New O)rleans Regular Parket. The New Light Draught, fast running Steamneri, 1UON DIANA, E. CA.TILLO, Master, i SPurchased expressly Ifr the trade, will run l a.s a egular packet throughout the entire seasonj, ibetween New Orleans and St. .Martins ille,, Sanding freight or passengers at Pattersonville, . Centreville, Franklin, Indian Bend, Provost's SLandung, New Town, Fausse Point, and all in- - t termediate landings on the route. The Moundiana is of very light draught, and filr speed and accomnturiatIon3 is uiurpassed s by any boat in the trade. She is also suppliedJ lire pumps, and a Doctor, or extra Engine, for - saltvy again-t eiplosion of the buiiors. i Harry .& .ihlj.ique and Darby & Fremoule. A!e!its in New ()rc' ii. -s t SPhiladelphia naddlery W&re hounse, SI, oF Tilu (:oI.nEN HORSE HEAD, a' No. 6 Magazine street, near Canal street, "where the Big Horse Stands in the Door. Importing our Foreign (;o.ss l)irect, and)' ] Manutacturing our Dome-tic Goods in Phila.I ')Idelphia, and receiving, per every vessel, large sultroices, we are enabled tt keep our stock freshj and well assorted. It coprises all the old and. n. w styles ot Saddles, Harness and "'Trunks which are tnade. A gjeeral assorthient ot I. LEAT.rtaR , PLATED SADDLERY SWARE, and1 S.. MATER ALS and Toojofa~ll kinds suitable fort SS31~rs rIh 'trunk and Shbe lMakers, with all other articiL u.sual .to tIe business co. ýstantly on hand. • I A une assortment of Brushes and Tinware k of the best qualities, Ploughs, Wheel add ud " Barrows, of approved kinds. I a A lurge assortment of MILITARY ()ODS, Scomprl.ising, in part. Swords, Sashes, 'Epaul. Slettes, Flags, Bunting. Laces, Fringes, Milita. t rs Cloths uand Caasunieres, Trimming, Mess Chests, Camp Cots, &c. We are Agents for the sale of Goodyear's INDIA RK iBBER BELTING, STEAD PACKING and GL'M-ELASTIC GOOMS I. generally. We are also Agents for the sale of REGA LIA suited to the I. O . F., and Masonic and Sons of'+qO"peranee Societies. Lodge and 1. Enca Furniture, Paraphernali, '&c,, I furnish rt notice. . Tern vorable, and Prices of s as low as't.a other hous,. SJau.20. MIAGEE & KN SS. "' Notice. ' All persons are fbrbid trading for a note drawn by me, in favor of D). C. Calhoun, ifor one hun. dred dollars, dated 2i5th of May, 1848, payable sis months after date; as payment of the same has been stopped, the consideration for same having failed. C. B. G. WHELDEN. June 5, 148. Cheaper than Ever ! SJust rectv*d a splendid Assortment of Dry d Goods, comprimag sarieties and qualities suted to all ol our customers. Ladies aelecting BALL DRSSEES, and gentleren wishing flue suits of clothing, at le very moderate prices are requested to call and examine our goods. Any persuts wishing to purchase tATrs, Cars Sueos, Faxcv Goons, Perfulsrf , Prints, SShawls, Haldkerehaels, or anyit.~n lse In the i Dry or F .,..-ode line, are toted to call and em e. eiTekisa low-A ricles nt quality. BLOCH & GODCHAUX. Franklin, Nov. 2, 1848. Drugs and Medicines. A supply of French, English and Americani manufacture and production, just received and ir sale on reasonable terms. at the FIRAKL.N DRUG STORE, NO. 2 Carson's Building, Main street, consisting in part of French and American Quinine and Morphine, English Blue Mass, Bi-I carb. Soda, and Cream 'Tartar; American Castor Oil, English Ca-! lomel; Ipecac, Rhubarb, Cam-n phor, Gum, Epsom Salts, Opium,, Olive Oil, Iodine and its prepara tions; together with many other) articlescommonly sold sn Esiablilhmints -I hins d-scrptioni, as Paten: M,'iJints, Funcyu articler &c. ; mrdicipe chests filled and ,sulpli s for Piatations furnished on the usual New Or leans terms. Particular attention paid to putting up Physi cians' Prescriptions. G. N. SE AG.AVE. PFranklin La., July 19th 1848. SANDS & CO. COMIISSION MERCHANTS. MOBILE, ALA. - Special attention given i, the sale of ScoAn'tl and MlotAssi.s. t N. H. ()rders for Pine Lumbar, either for. b warded 'ltreet :(, Mobile, or Ielt at the Iffice of , the Plan:ers' Hatiner, Franklin. will be punctu ally attended to. , --- e-"-. Conlnhi.v'iiOn BRlsiness. i .1lOBILt, ALA. The undersigned trieders his thanks to thre P:;atters for their libetial patronage during the last seaCon, and begs ieve to inlorm them that, he will coitinue the sarne buirutess and hope: .o merit ja c.nt nui ilne of thteir :. vord. N. II. l'th. sý.tein ,t ,it'd by him f.,r the " sale of Suc;.Art nitd .11oL..s:s will be rtrietl observed. JOSEPH HALL. c (rP Orulers f!r Ltimlw'r, &:'., (which sh,ou:d C be given I r% iii th. ..ti.h,.u ) will be altiten .d n to. J. II. Mobile, t.., ov. 2. I.4. - ii - - a. i 160 i l, I -t NIrthern Iity on c".m ýmissilE anil tor >a, by dl4 M1 WA\LKER & CO. t · - -- I Tin, ('oupper and m heet-Iron. [ the ub.,rult r hf'vuig c,,,twuanced the man. lufactur' "i'i , p|et: and Shhet. lrOln Ware til this l" 'e, , !e, ii.; d toi t'execute al orders bi hiis lie wi h iei..,nts l anid despiatch. I1 would ii.. inluriin tu! P:Ataut s Ih..t lie is pire. ltiared i t, liut in 'Ii i j -, p-.r roofs, uoiters, lipiep or anltili i.) ! in lit wafth in hat IIEIe, iii he Ilmmost di r.l.:e ,niienr anrid at the !owest priree. '.Shop at I .e citroer o First and Willow streets. %' WM. II. BROURICK. s FrarY hn. Aui r. 2, 1'49. tSeeds. i Fresh (.irdli, See.js, growth of 1848 for Ssale by M. WALKER & UO. JI Frstl.:iti. Dec 21. 1.e43 j Barber Shop. The untieraigned has the hlonor to announce to the tIlhabtuintls ul Ftankhln and iti vicinity,' Ithat he his just olPlened a Barber Shop ii this village; where evel) comfort can be hound. He nmakes Wigs and Toupees, and also - all articles lor Ladies; Dresses for the hair, Bracelets. Neck Bands, Watch Guards, Ear Rinqa, with the hair that may be given him.i lie will .-e every efflrt to deserve the pua. tronage l (n Geilleien and Ladies. Hi. ihop; dis adjuit'iug the Franklin Reg.a tdoom. d M. hIDER. ' Franklin. A',, I1th, 1841. 4 T N EW GOODS. The subscriber hang located 6idhelf at a Patter.ot,,ville, losthe purpse oul carrying on !r the mere: tit!e titsmess woal solicit and call i the attention of PlbintAl ad the trading comr 1 munlty in general to Pensive sad entire ; iaw stock ( STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, direct fiom P-ew Y,rk, per brig Jeanette and now ipeitng at his new store; conosstiog of ahi 111i and choice supply of S. PLAN'1'AT'ION GOODS, aI. descripi'on-s. t DRESS GOODS: :bunhseres, Muslin Delains, Black and col ored Alpsccas, Fancy Dress Silks, Prints, GinKhams, English anld Swiss Dresses, also Bishops, Lawns, Jackonei, Thread and Swiss Edgings, Insertings, worked Muslin Collarsa and Habits; Plait and Check Cambrics, &c. In a wior, I would say to the ladies that II' ,have as large and as well selected assortmenti of Diess (;ods as has ever been offered in thbist market. ~,o Ither prool you will please call and examine. And to the gentlemen I would say that m) stock of BOOTS, SHOES and CLOATHINGl -i is not exco!led by any in Attakapes. J Also, a good assortment ol S ddlery, Hard-. ware, Crockery, and Glass Ware; rats, Caps OILS. ' Whale, Winter strained Speram, and Linseed A good assortment of Ship Chandle y, P. S. The above goods have been selected with great care snd with an especial view to the patronage of the Attakap.s tiade, therelfore I have no hesitation in pledging myself to all who will examine my stock, not only to please you, styls, eastet,ad variety, but also to offer you i such bargiiha as will make it an object worthy: ol sour attention,. CHARLES B.. BAYLIES. panter.,,ville. Sept. 14, 1848. Goods at Pattersog ville. The uiidersigned, havltig established them selves at PaLtersoniville, Pariah ol St. Mary, and leased the store, warehouses, and wharf ownedI by C. B. (i. Whelden, and lately occupied by 'T. D. Hine &d Co., for the purpose of carrying onn a general DRI GOODS and COMMISSLON BUSINESS, would respectfully solictt a share ol the patronage ol their friends and the public generally. The:r stock of goods is now complete, con. sisting of every thing kept in a general retail store. Sugar planters may rely on finding, int Iour stock, every vaiiety of goods needed on prlanthtton. We have an excelletit assortment lof Negrc Clothing, Russet Brogans, Oi()l, Paints, Turpentlie; Saddlery, Bridles, lar.i tsingals, Harness and Harness Leather, Collars, Flames, Cuuplitg aid trace Chains; Crockervi and Hardware, Cutlery, Carpenter's and Coop. Ver's Tools; Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, ready made Clothing, Blankets, &e., &c, A good assorlownt of Ship Chandlery, and an ample supply ol 'Tes, Coffee, Sugar, Liquors, :'&c., of the very best quality. They have also a well selected assortment of Igeods, for the ladies. To all persons wishing i anvthing in their line of business then would tsy-Call and Examine our Stock. BEERS & WHALEY. Planters will please notice that we shall ever) be re,.dy to se-ure vessels for them in shipping; Stheir sugar and mon,,laan to any market they may choose, and will .e always ready to at. tend to any business eatitmted to our care. a & W. Franklin Tattersal. The subscriber would respectfully in. Form the pUbic that his stables are now a.u .t all times open. He will keep cosataa tly on hand a supply of the best of provender the country affi so persons leaving their horses with ad on having them well proved le terms. He will lkeL horses and mules for salea lime 60 head of large Kent )3 bead of horses, consisting of Bugg Farn and Saddle hor.es. J AS. EMISON. Franklin. La, )ct. 5, 1848. Plantation Bellw. The planters of St. Msar. are respectfully Informed that the sou.crtber has been appoint. ed Agent of G & W Cofflin, the Bll and Brass Founlderi.rat the Buckeye Bell Foundiv in C.n Clnnall, Ohio, land that he is prepared to re. Celve order: for BELLS of every description anid logo' rquiir.d. llII orders, ihrough him, for H.el,, are uaririntie l !or tIwelve ionltlhs, not i,o break. In caseo' Ir rakage' within that !ime,. )new ones of the - , maize anrl quality will J.\ýlES. S. sIMMONS. P. ". --Brken l".-. , I'n;,ter, Biass and (r.,,nlu ,itinor R.,ox±,. h *', _It at lair prices accord. titoL the quality. J. S. S. 'i+rish oul St. M. ar. , \l .arh Il, 1848. .%ew Goodn. Fall '48 and Winter of '48-'49. '['le subctirellrs are ilov rec.iviong per Brig Jeaniettr, and will coll:nue to receive by future Sirrivals Ironm the ,Norh, an unusuanl and well .-il.rted supply of (ioodls, conistlig in part of the tilºhwiiig; STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, compriling a hanidsome assrltment of Fancy 'land Black Dress Sillks, De Lines, Cashmeres, Woolen Plaids, Calicoes unusually cheap, and r et cry variety ol dress Goods. . PLANTATION SUPPLIES, -,,f every description. Cull and exainine them CL OTHING. , i> Gent's Cloth, and Tw'reed Coats of various istyles, do. Pants, Vests, Dlrawcrs, &c., also a i good assortment of boy's clltling. "WOOLEN AND COTTON CARPET ING AND RUGS, rHats, C.ps, Ilosiery tand G.loves; Straw .iGnoids, Ribbons and Artificials; Piano Fortes, . Paper Hangings and Bordering. 'P BOOKS AND STATIONERY. comprising assortment of school Books; Or. namnenial Eniglish and French do.. with uamy standard works of French Literature. BOOTS AND SHOES, at of new and various sty les; Ladies' and Child. in ren's shoes of new pod improved materislS illiUmbrellas, Parasols, 'Tuuks, Carpet n. Va'Mev, Saddler), Leather, Powder and re Henp and Manalla Cordage, tails, Herd Cutlery, &e. S, China, Glass, Ea.jhern, a sd Drugs and Medicines, Perfumery, , and Window Glass. GROCERIES. Teas, Wines and Liquors, Ca p, 'no. bacon, Segars, Bile Hav, Ta Pitch &c. all of which will be sti at ow prices. J. W. . rALBOT. i Franklin, Sept. 21, 1 Plantati or Sale. The subscriber rs for sale a Plantation situated on Bayou rm'illion, containing about 500 superfc' ms, nearly 200 of which are under .cod state of cultivation. The plantation well timbered, a portion of it with cyp ut the most of it with the best of sugar w There is an abhundanice of prairie land e rear of it which can he purchased low. is so situated tha! an extensive stock of cattle can be raised with much ease. The planta. tion has on it a good horse.power sugar mill, a a furnace with 4 kettles, a sugar house in good condition, the negro cabins, out.buildings and fence are in excellent order. About 150 hhds. of sugar will be made on the place this season. The dwelling.house is c,nvenient and comfor. table. Any person n i-hing to purchase a plantation suitable to work 25 or 30 bands, would do well to inquire in relation to this place befre they purchase elsewhere. The subscri. her is positive that few plantations in the coun. try offer such inducements to purchasers as this does. An accurate description of premises and terms can be obtained by applying to D. Den. nett at the office of the Planters' Banner. JOSEPH SLATER. Oct. 5, 1849. New Fancy Goods! Ohrlstmas Is Coming. Call at Apothecary Hall where )ou will find a choice lot ol Fancr Goods. Cau't possibly enumerate them. Also received from the celebrated Optician, Benj. Pike, Jr., New York. a Ion: of Optical and Meteorological just ruments. SUGAR THE'iiRMOMETERS; SACCHA ROME I'ERS; DRAtING INSTIRUMENTS, ETC. SPickles, Preserves. fne Wines for the iakr, and Medicine of all kinds, ast eretofure, DR. RABE ICO Commission Balcess., The subscriber, engaged to the Gener:,l Com. mission Business, in New York, will make li. heeral Cash Advances on SUGAR and MO LASSES. Apply to J. W. Bailey, Napoleon. tulle, or to Bogart & Foley, New Orleans. JOHN E. FOLEY. Nov, 9, 184I. Cape Carts. The subscriber has recetsly reeeiued, and has Ir sale, a new sipply of Iron.Axle Cane.Carts and Bagasse Carts Also, Lever Jacks for greasing Cnrt Axles, made by A. Butts & Co., of Wheeling, Vs.; all of which are warranted good materials and workmanship. JAS. 8. 8IMMONS, Agt. Franklin, August20, 158d.