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Vente a I'Eaacan.
LA sousign6 fera vendre, par l'entesmedia.
ire d'un FasmieMr public, uur son habit*.
tion, prs de Causcro, dms la paroise St.
Landry,
Le Liud isateri proctain, 1840, et les
ep M êeuicSaprsé d6éories, savoir:
le esSelat vendus à un crédit de un et,
deux ans, i cmpter du jour de la ente; leac
rettas à boeufs
z de cypre, 1,500 bai
aisj
T'roes et Cnnditions:
les scav serent vendus à un crédit de un et
deus ans, à cnrmpter du jour de la vente; le.se-c
quéreurs f.urnissont caution à la satisfaction de
qui de droit, et les **lavesdeAmneoaat hypothè-4
qués par privelègi Ju.qu'au paiaent i6el et ef
retif tant dû prindpal ques des interets qui au-:
ront pu s'acoSektr à ithii de bdir pour cent]
par n à partiri del'écMance de chaque terme.
Les conditios de la vente des propriédés mo.
biliéres serfnt ancoacées le jour de la vente.
TECVE BYPOLITE CHRETIEN.
Opelousas, 3 Janvier, 1849.
ETAT DILA LOUISIANE.
Coor de Ditcrict,
Paroirse Ste. Marioe
Succession de feu Albert Allen.
Atteedu qu'Alexandre R. Splane de cette pa.
roisse, adminitratrur de la d'ite succession, à
enrégiâtr6 dans cette cour un tableau de classi.
- ficatiuo des dettes de la dite auccessiun, aliniel
qu'une petilion demanddant qu'il lui soit permis
de payer les dettes, do d'approprier les funds de
cette succession selon le dit tableau de classifi.
catnon.
AVIS est par le present donné à tous ceux
que cela peut concomrner d'avoir à deduire dans
les dix jours qui suivropt le date d**eoui
avis les raisons, ai aucune ils ont, p
quelles il ne serait pas fait droit à sad
J. V. POUîyK
Greffier de la Cour de
Paroisse de Ste. Marie, 23 Jaouie .
te Mairie
Sde feu Benjain Cade.
Attendu que Pattirson F'Vietcher curateur de.
la dite succession, à euregis aé done cette cour
son compte d'admisttiration, ainsi que petition
demandant que le di: cormpte soil homologu6 es
approuvé.
ti AVItS est par le présent donné à tous ceux
. que cela peut concerner d'avoir à deduire dans
Ile dix jiours qui suivront la dite du préêent avis
-les raisons (,i aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles
it ne serait plas lait droità i. «< drmatede.
S J. V. FOrIMVY, Greffier.
1 Bar» du Greffier 22 Janvier, 1849.
Avis.
ETAT DE LA LOUlIlANE.
Cour de District,
Paroisse Ste, Marie
Succession de feu Joueph A. Lecy.
Attendu que James Lacy admninisiraieur d i
la .dite succession, à ase.ur et dans crue cour J
oocompted'adminutratom a;sn qj'ae peiion |i
demanadant que le dit compte soit homologué et i
approue. . *
Avis est par le [email protected]ésent doana6 à oseus ceux 1
que cela peut concerner d'avoir à deduire dans
les dixjours qu aiv«oMt liedatedu prefent tais
les raisons, a ucuoe il *ot. poir iquelles 4
a serait paskait droit a se d,îmaudo.
J. V..FOUIt MY, Greffier. ,
Bureau du Grlffier Janver 89,,. -.
Avis.
ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.
Cour de Di, tici, J
iPrioiïSP Ste Mliaie S
Succession de fiu Maria Beck.
Ait-iidu que J ins Siteveiis afiniriitrireur de
la diie suicce-sion, à înrî'i.is'îé dans ce:t cour
ison comn.ipt d'admnniic.ration, aitini que pfiriion
demniandant que le dit compte suit hiinologué et
îppbrové.
Avii est par le présenl donné a tnu CPiX
qui' ce!a peur ennrerner d'avoir à [email protected] dirins
les d:ix jPurs qui suivront la date du 1réPinti Rvis
les raisons, si aucune il-s out, poir le.queiies i
nie serait pas fait drit à s demainnde.
J V FO(URlY,GreiBer.
Riirepui de (.Gr-fepr, 22 Janvier, 1 49.
Avis.
ETAl' DE LA LOUISIANE.
Cour de District,
Paroi-se Site M.irire.
Suirrtssirn de feuc Maric Ima Loi-el.
Atindu i)e ltul)iu t McC(irly, à eîir.isiré
idans cer:e cour une |>etiiiin, dein.1idint que des
clfres d'iidinirîii rtlionii de la seciressio'i d" M.t
rie Irma Loisel, son epous", lui s'rit ac,'r iées.
A4 S es' par le présernt donne à lin»rt ceux
que cela Jpou coocerner d'avoir à déduire dans
les dix joîur qui suivront In drte du pirésent asvit
les rui>o'is (-i ucinfels ils oni) pour lesiquelles
il nie serait pis lisit dràii à un it eiimiide.
J V FO;R.11Y, Grffier
lirenu du Grl!'i-r, 23 Janvier, 149.
Avis.
Les hliabrants de In pîroisse Ste Mttrie seont
par ces présent; nîuifié- que leurs 'Vexes d'Eiar,
de lParoise, sount m'ai.itenant dues. et à moins
qu'vites ne suirnt payé''s d'ici à trenie juurs de'
cr-rie d'ire, je prurcderais à les r«ilcl'-cter sans
dérias. à leur Irais. B A CUiRTI'S,
Sherif et Co!l9-'ieur d- l'axes.
B[errau de Sberrif. 17 Jianvie»r, 1849.
Vente par la Cour des Preu*es
KTAT DE LA LOUISIANE.
PAROISSE STE. MAlIN.
Succiom d'Ursan Démeaer et d'Engees
neue, sa famme, tiomu deux deeddi.
Contormncièitit à une ordre Smeué de I
orable Cour de Disarict dlans e puus là e
paroisse, à la date du 80 D1cembr4 eà A
moi addresê, Muai, Bennet A Cu ldej
la paroisese re. Marie, offrirai e.. , le 10;g
jour de Février, prucbais, J9p,* Maiston
de Cour ausa la ville de PF Il heures1
A. M., la propriélé suivamse teniait à lai<
date succeasion, savoir
Deux Apenas et i de TERRE des deux <
côtés du bayou T par la prulindeur or.
disaire de cquarane penis, borné au nord par '
d .. , public. au sud par les'
in, à l'Ouest par les terres!
letader "rawlord et à l'est par les terre de
Aux ternwis et conditions qui suivent savoir:
Un iiera payable le ler Mars, prochain, 1849:
un tiers, le premier de Mars, 1860; et un iurs
le ler Mars, 1851. Le premier tiers porian!
huit pour ceulnt d'initerés, 'i* n'est pas payé à '
échèas.ce, ei les deux autres et deiniers sernfhs
frappés d'inièréis à huit pour cent à partir du
premier Mars 1849, jusqu'à parlait paiement,
les arheteurs aouicrivants leurs billets avec
une bonne et personnelle cSution et la proprié.
té restant specialement lîyothéquébus'qu'à par.
fiil el final p|leament des billits et inièréi romme
dessus. B A CURTIS, Sherif.
Puroisse Ste Marie, 4 Janvier. 1841.
J. A Dumsririîit, E'uer, Cunavruateur des
h) pItlièquss et Notaire publique sera prèdeui
pour passer l'acte de veiae aux acheteurs, à
ecure frais.

S'" .'Rie' Sugar Market.
Nzw OaRKans, Jan. 20.
Sugar.-Inferior 24 to 3, Cornmon 3) to 34,
Fair *go 4, Prime 44 to 44, Choice 44 to 5e.
Molasses.-2-4 to 204 cts per gallon,
lUo.LE, Jan. 17.
Sugar.-Fair 34 to 4, Prime 44.o 44, Choice
44 to 5 cts.
Molasses.-From 23 to 234 cds. per gallon.
New YoaR Jan. 16.
Sugar.-From 3 to 5) cents.
3AfoIwses.-From 28J to 29 cents.
UNPiECEDENTED BARB
GAINS!!
OitSELLjNG OFF AT COST! -
A LOT OF FRESH GOODS, LAID IN
AT NEW YORK.
The subscriber, being obliged to give up his
sore to a new purchaser, on the First Day of
west April, offers to sell out,
AT COST!
-is varied Stock of (oods, comprising his wIll
known ASSORT.MENT OF FANC Y DR Y
GOODS, a;LOTHIlNG, Hats, ikoots, Shoes
&c, &c.
The planters, and people generally, have now
a chance to lay in their summer supplies at
LOWER PRICES than they have ever known
before is Louisiana.
'i)o.t let this opportunity pass without em
bracing it! As the goods will be sold at cost.
it is of course expected that all who purchase
will pay Cask, and it is also expected :hat all
who owe me will settle at once, as I am ollie.
to close up my business in alout two months
i-om the present time.
ISAAC LEVY
Franklin, Jan, 25, 1849.
CROCKERY, CHINA, & GLASS WARE.
P. R. FELL & CO.
IMPO1RT'ERS AND) EALERS,
Wholesale and Retail,
No. 84 Co.oxu STREET,
(Near the 1erandah.)
NEW ORLEANS,
Will k.we consatsall on h',nd a super:o,
as ortaneem o Guooud in their Illo, suc:h aj
Ca.xox aoD FI.E CRCKERY,.
in assorted coatu.s, ',r t.ylclicktId tor oder for
country dealers n tt s'l stt mtnner.
CHINA.
SPlain whble, and whoke aul gilt, various pat
'urns, in Tea arcu, Danlaer sets, or by the doz
C.' GLASS
,.>laib, pressed and cut Decanters, Dtahes,
sww1s, Pitchers. Tumhl.rs, Wanes, &c. &c.
SUN.DRIES
Plated Castors, C.a,a, edticks &c.; Britannia
Cas.o.ý. Pitchers, Tea Sets. S;,aoors,ý&e. ;
Japei 'Tea Trays ; Knives and Prks in
ea11rYwl by the d4'zen: Solar tslel, side an.t
qups; Wicks aqnd Lapps Glasses;
ler Porks, Spoons. &e.
ja solicit countrv merchanlis aad ItaRi.
iAs to esamiae our stock before puardaasia
Goods wll be offered at low pryet
iIupan&lar atention will be paid to
Ppse goods for the country, sad ýsus.
feaMina %ll aesr guaranterd.
,
1 c i
F-:- -¶ .
_ ft LA1I[TIO1L
3 Y 9R. WILLIAN RABE
HM. ' tsý dt
a
ele, and flirthe º at
ReM6 .oe. sedt Iwlier that be
diced daithig aho yost any person who wenld be
tmesittijh i&s tto juy him, when they c~an1
get rid o said Ra hapry by paying Icierwhat
d' t b'-eosons thou 'eeei;is in flhll, and
tiniie e p t th,~ey- have bestowe
t q j. *sw rI ry Hall, and take"
" S ' Br iu D ocro .
t J. P. b ICKEY.
ts. ' < ___
tIt m oatrmcnw ihr Cincinnatm
74 ` that or hbd, and bbI Truaa
art s.6 Iestlhmg punrn, m(dZr*
"jr .*nrty~, &cc, whiU3(
avZr jy
Right t. to e Blind.
The undersigned will give liberal prices for
BLIND SLAVES,
even for those born blind. He will attend to
diseases of the EYE of all descriptions.
He has erected, in this place,
SULPHUREOUS AND MERCURIAL
which have proved to be more efficient than any
other in removing Chronic Diseases of long
standing, such as E'utaneous, Rheumatic, Iler.
curial, Syphilitic, Femate, cc. 4.c.
These baths are open for public inspection.
J. HILLS 31. I).
For particulars, apply at the Banner Otfice
Franklin Jan. 1S' 11349.
FraukLlin Auction. and Coun-!
mibssion Store.
The undersigned wi: open an Auction and
Commisa.on Store at the Franklin Exchinge;
,n Saturday, the 27th of this month, for the,
purpose of reeeivin, and oiffring for sale anv
articles, whether of much or tilte value, thatt
may be constgned to him. Those who have
irticles of any description, whether new or not,
which they may wish !o disl,ote of, and will
"teposlte ,hem at nmy store, may rest assuredl
'hat ran effrts will be spired to ob!'aic a fnir.t
prie for them. I have miade arrangements toni
advertise in the Plan;ers' Iantner whatever!
those who many wish to purchase articles adver.
ts.-d will .e likely to be present at each Auc.
tinn Sale. No grods will he .o!d until they hav. '
bret advertised in the Blanner twice nior until the.
i spiration of eight days 1rmm the tfrst it;sert,.ni
4,frthe ndvert'seament. There w~tl be a st',
.every d.,y. at 4 o'clock, P. M|. during the asi:
,tng of Caout, and every Sanurday at 11 o'clck'
A.M. when court is not sitiing.
Com. Mer. atnd Auctiuaccr.
L. R.- CRIS ,i
ýoticc.
Special term of the District Court f,,r the Pa.
rish of St. Mary.
Notice is hereby given that by virtule of an
order ,ssued by hi, honor Corluneius \orbi.s
under date the lIth of January, 149, a special
term of the District Court aill ýe olden in this
parish, at the Coout house it' the town of'Frank
lin, on the third .lonsday of February next. the,
19th at 10 o'clock. A lM. t:r the trial of civii
and criminal case', according to the pruvsions'
of an act, eutitled an act to, authburie Judges ,.t
the District Co,uts to hold adjourued and spe
cial terms of Courts, for the trial ofUcivil as weltl
as cliumizaal cases approved March 15, 1845.
B. A. CUR I IS, Sheriff.
. . . . .. . . . . . . .... ... . . .
Auctio ale,
The undersigned will r&r for sale through
the ministry 'ofa Public Auctioneer, on her plan
ration near CGrancro, in the Pariýh ofSL Lan
dry,
On MoRda,i 5h off at, 1t49,
IO CUolCB SLAVES,
oftathyebtes ytlditret ales; ammon which
m a gooeed BlRci b I td am spueral other mecha.
Ti h . T I3 * 1ive wdlIb solmd separately and
under fall and eatl*lrSy gruastee of titles.
8 Ox 'arts, 0 v*ork Oxen, 20 mules,
20 work Horses, 1,500 ba;yels of
of Corn, lt,50Q Cyprcss Pickets.
. Co..xo.N s or SALE :
The slaves wi;l be sold on a credit of one
and two years from the day ofsale, purchasers,,
givring suficient security to the satisaction of
the vendoir, and- the slates r.inainiag alty
mortgaged until final payment of prineipal and
the interest which may accrue thereon, at the
rate of eight per cent per annum from fe doe
hntil final payment.
The conditions of the sale of the moveable
property will be made known on the day of sle
WIDOW IIYPOLI'TE CRETIEN.
Opelousas, January 3d, 1849.
TaIDrfalg
Frederict Ehrhardt would respectfully in.
&,rm the citii:.us qf Frankln apd the. public,
tLhi be ha latiely opened a shop oa Main st.,
oths, eurner of Wexel'u lot, and iearly nppo.
se Mes~er Hare & Birdsall'st aoi9 where lbe
will carry on the Tailoring Buslines, and will
-arittumrl re~idv to a tei.i to ate wishes of
the.e who may emf bihTi A~f utomn. His
exsperiear a taiter, and kiekw riydd e of hIh
b aeea mee ltruna wilt enaUe him i gi~e time
best o itiiian s ma. s l cu , eer-s.
Franklin, Dec. 28, 1648 "
Notice.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
,Districi Court, 1
Parush of SI. Mar) y
Estate of Albert Allen.
Whereas Alexander R. Splane of said parisl
adminitsirator ol sdid estate, has fibeJ in tIh
court, a classification of the debts of said es
rate, together with his petition praying that he
tmay be permitted to pay the debts of the sname
or apply the funds thereof to such paym nos i,
laccordance with said classification.
Notice is therelure hereby given to all those
whom it may or doth concern, to show cause
tf any they have, within ten days trom the date
'hereof, why the prayer ol said petitioner should
not be granted.
- J. V. FOURM1Y,
Clerk.
Clerk's Otiice, January 23, 1S49.
Notice.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
District Court,
Parish of St. Matry.
Estate of Benjamin Cade, dec.
Whereas Patterson Fletcher curator of said
estate has filed in this court an acount of hii
todtllnistratlou of said estate, together with his
ipe!ttiton praying that the sautn may be humo.
Ilogated and approved.
Notice is hereby given to all those whom it
doth or may concern, to show caus' i i any they
Ihave, within ten divay fron the date heret,l w.ii
the prayer of said peti:ianer should not be gran.
ted. J. V. FOUIRMY, Clerk.
Parisah St. Mary, January 22, 1449.
Notice.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
I),strit ('ourt,
lParish of S'. Ml;ir
Estaie of Joseph Lacy, dec.
Wh.,rea. Janmes Lacy admun;to.trator of said
ies'hte his ftied i. this rourilt an account of hil
aJnmiiistration of said estre, together with his
petition pryving that the sime mi.iy be homo.
lsgaled anud aplprroveC.
N i: cs is therefore given to all those whom ii
doth or may cnceen tr stow cause, it and they
have, within ten d:,v from Ih-. date hereof, wih
the prayer of saij pertituonr sh:ulld nt L
granted. J. V. F)UMIY, Cicrk.
('lerk's offiep, January 22, 1549.
%otice.
STATE )OF LOUISIANA.
I)s'rict ('turt.
I'arish ou:'. Mary
I:strte ot .fiaeria erck dce.
\\hreas J.rnme. Steveins admini.trator of said
Estate has filei Ii this cotu:t an account of his
adminrtrajiin 1 f sand est:ate, together with hi.
neition, prtay:ng t! it the same may be homo
'Jogaied and approsed.
Notice is therefore hereby given to all those
whom it doth or may concern, to show cause,
if ainy they have, within ten days from the date
hereof, why the prayer o" said pwtition should
not be granted. J. V, FOURMY, Clerk.
Clerk's Ol.iee, January 22, 1849.
Notice.
STATE" OF LOUISIANA. 1,
District .ourt,
Perish of St. Mary. V
"' Efthe of Mary Irma Loisel, dec.
Whereas Robert McCarty of said par.
ish, has filed in this court a petition praymin
that he may be appointed administrator of the
'estate of Mary Irma Loisel, his deceased wife.
Notice is hereby given to all those whom it
doth or nmay concern to show cause if ny they
have, withic tea days from the date hereof, why
the prayer of said petitioner should not be grant
ed. i J V FOIURMY, Clelk.
Parish of SLt~. ry, Jasary 23 1849. 1
Probate Siale.
STATII OF LOUISI LNA.
PARIts tOF Sr. MARY.
Estate of Lrsin I)em'ret and Eugenie SeneUe,
Shis wrife, both dcceascd.
In purmuaince of an order I.su ed from the
hon. the I)arrct r'c.urt in and br :he P.arash
alur.,-a;d, under alet the 30th 1) ceraber, 14i4
ýanJ to me drrected, I. Bennet A. Curiti, Shir.tT
of ihe parish Mii St. Mary, wall otffr lor sale on.
S.aturd.sY, Ih-h 10th day of February nrex, 1140
ait the (',.urt IluuIe in the town of Franklan, ati
the hoiur of 11 o'clock, A M., the oidloltug
ipromp.r'y belorgingg to said estate, viZ:
Two and one hilf arperts of land on both i
sides of the ha' ou Teche, by ihe o;dtnury depth;
o foirty atients ; bounded on the north by thr
public douimas, south by lands ol Adelard
C.irlin, on the west by lands of Hlendersonl
(rueafoid and the east by lands of
On the following term, and conditions, to witl
One third payable on the 1st of March 1849,;
one third on the first of March 1.50, and one
third on the first day of March, 151 ; the first
instalment to bear eight per cent iterest if not
paid at maturity, and the other two inslalmeats
uodlatenecd to bear eight per cent tnterest frGoa
(rsl dq of March, 1849, until paid. The pur
eh.ma &It give their notes with good and per.
qona securily, and the property to be and re
mitinspecilly mortgaged and hypothecated un.
til lull and final payment of said notes and iin.
wrest as aforesaid. B. A. CURTIS,
Shertf.
Parish of ~t. Mary, Jan. 4, 1849.
J A D)umsrtrait, Esq., Recorder and Nora.
ry Public, will be present to pass the teed of sale
to purchaser or purchasers, at their cost.
j tCholera Pills, ami Iimamentl,
And all other kinds ofCholera medtrcies cani
be obtained at Apothrery Hall. We ,tll have
fitted oot our Laboraoryg . a few days and be
ready to prepare reab Cloroform.
d21 UD. RAB.M & CO.
New Books.
We have just rrceivrd per ach Cot F~enting
d'rce, Ircrm New YVok " }"ood awurlrienm oT
French bucks for the ue of sc~ouail sad cswers;
SIul a flew zsupply iii EriKIIh I.4 ks making au
additiona to our stuck, which compleiea the as
w mrtlneol ul *chool bpuks.
dr'2l J. W. & R. E. TALBOT.
FoPer Sale, on Liberal Terms.
Trash, Cromwell. and (ary. Plughs, cart
Whees,; Hy, Nothern Bricks, N.l4re Hoops,
shaved andl bunched
J. CANFIELD.
REGULt fýHETS.
a .p
I_
New Qrlea*sit 4uakapaa Steamer.
A. W' LE.AR.
Jxn. Gs~sGEp, MaaJttr,
Will makP regular trips bctw.en NKw Or.
IblAng and Ji. NMirt,,yvjlle, mouchinug a all gh.
'Inndi) 0ns oije 'V"che, Arhrtfilaya, Brri.. k'a
B v. lI3 i u B -satTarod bayou Black.
(Z.7 'his bout hiving been puichasrd ex.
pri srk l ar for abuse Irade will run the enfirs
d29
I Attakapas and Ncr Orleans Regular Parket.
(The New Light Draught, fist running Steamer
MIONDIANA,
P. DELAtnot-SAVt, Master.
l'rchased expressly- ,ur the trade, will run
'as a regular packet throughout the entire season
between New Orleans and St. Martinsville,
Sandi g freight or passengers at Pattersonville,g
Centreville, Franklin, Indian Bend, Provoot'p
Landing, New Town, Fausse Point, and all in
termediate landings on the route.
The Mondiana is of vpry light draught, and
Fur speed and accommodations is unsurpasse)
by any boat in the trade. She is also supplied
tirt pumps, and a Doctor, or extra Engine, for
satefty against exptpsion otjhe boilors.
Darby & Billocque and Darby d Frezmoule.
Agents in New Orleans.
Regular Packet beiween Newr Orleans and
A'takapas.
The fine, new. lasl running steamer
BANNER OF ATTAKAPAS.
E. W. FtLLER, Maater
Will run as a regular packet between St.
Mlariins.vil'e and New Orleans, via. Plaqumrnioe,
whliie that Bayou renmaius open, and during
the low weater srtason. by the Atchatflaya route.
'-The B.Asxsa was bnitt expressly tfr the
trad&. in the mist substantial manner, ol the
best malerials, anda after the most approred mod
els, and owners rely upn the planters and mer
chants of A;akapas fur patronage.
Jew Orleans and Allakapas Packet.
GREY EAGLE,
DaVID MU0OAH, Master,
Is now making regular trips between Atta
kapas and New Or!eans, and will continue on
the route, by way of Plaquemine, during the ,.
high 'rater season. Capt. Muggah feels ool.
dent that the Grey Eagle is decidedly the most
splendid ,boat ever placed on this route. Her `
'cabin and state room are fitted up in fine order,
and passengers cagqot fail to be pleased witlk
the accoutldations which the boat a
ýCapt M. hopes to receive the favors of mew
Itrons as well asl the proa of ohis
lfriends,
,New Orleas ad A~nultakqaP
BERBTBAND.
E. CAsrnI.o, M*a !,,
Having commenced be# tween
Attakapas and New O ing well
adapted to this trade, will ning on
this route during the ins will be
spared to promote the of passengers,
and give satisf ction o may favor the
boat with their
i tas [edicia es.
I would call the at'ention of the
publ; to and extensive stock of BO.
TANIC OMSONAN MEDICINES,
and sting thereto. Having recently
bees , I am prepared to furnish articles to
ount, really Fetsh and Genuine, and
r than any one else in the South.
Orders, with cash or city acceptance, will be
neatly and securely packed and promptly ship.
ped as directed, on the same terms ifthe per
son were present.
The compounds all prepared under my imme.
diate inspection, according to standard formulus
Also-Templeman's Stimulating Liniment, be.
sides several preparation of my own. My Chol
era Syrup, it is well known, is a certain cure for
diarrhea, choleraunorbus do c. and will be found
equally certain to prevent or cure Asiatic Chol
era. A, KENDALL, M. D.
Sign-Botanic Medicine Store, No, 72, Maga.
dec28 iioe st., Neti Orleans.
COMMI8SI0N IL.RCHANTS.
MOBILE, ALA.
Special atteaun given to te sale of SeAnU
and IoLasuJs.
N. B. Orders for Pine Lumbar, either for.
warded direct to Mobdil,'or left at did office of
the Plasters' Banner, Frauklin, will be poaclt
ally ;utentsed lto.
Commiseles Business.
MOBILE, ALA.
The underqigned tenders his thanks to the
Planters for their libeasl patronage during the
last season, uad begs leave to inlorm them that
he wall continue the same business and hopep
to merit a contlnuence of their (avors.
N. B. The sv,.tm adopted by him for the
sale of SOUGA and MoL.ssas wLL be stricaly
ob4erved. $JO Pi JA[L.
(1 Orders for Lumber, &c., (which should
be given early in the soaaon) will be attended
to J. H.
Mobile, Ala., Nov. 2, 1848.
CICARLEE E ASE, 1.11.
Having Incased himacn: in Franklin, o6r
this prof(.iiinouii services to the cittzrsa of this
jPnrtrh, and hrvpr* by strict attention to the ca
Kes F niru,:rd to bps care, to merit a share or
puhIlrc patronage. Resdince at M $Lhc ot
Offi~e, Carson's building, Main at. 434
A Card.
Dr Chartes ftb6 proposes t. preparsoe or
more younga geonhcmcon of Iibrral educasioa frr
admission roan, Medical Ctllepe ian (be Dnited
Statea. For iuribr. p'rtculars apply at Dr
Freuski nfx, La.on' btII, 4S
IIFranklina, Le. Dec, 11, Illg.4

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