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*j ETAT DR LA LOUISIANE.
Y ,ç dei Daiuric!,B Ilrr
$amen" dé f. Jan«a comw
iltutde lm Pagnek Cheeehe, de cell. Po Ir
*im, & fieruimr 4a&0 cetll cuomr une potfem
admet que J.. letres d'adineir-aitou de Io
Îeouoemweo vsacate lui .>i.'t ac.îrdées.. *ê
aV * ut par Io Presat donné à toum
oel peut conerner d'amvor à deduwe i
Jsr4LpQige . «"eaut I dmae dmpr.senI4
urlw h lja m ià& 0o4 pour à&
q&ille il à soUk p.. hit do à ad de.
J.'V. FOURiMY,
,uB..r do la Cour de Disrict.
de S. Marie, 30 Janvier 16<9.
Vente a ,Eancan.
L A sousigné fera vendre, par l'entesmedia.
ire d'un Encanteur public, sur son habita.
tion, près du Caraucro, dans la paroisse St.
Landry,
Le Lundi, 5 Ferrier prochain, 1849, et les
jours suirants,
les propriétés ci-après décrites, savoir :
100 Esclaves de choix,
des deux sexes et d'ages diflfrents, parmi les.
quels il se trouve un excellent forgeron et d'au.
tres ouvriers. Ces esclaves seroot vendu sous
guarantie satisfaisante de titres, etc.
60 boeufs du tire, 20 mulets, 20 che
fPaux de tire, 8 charettas à boeufl
12,000 pieux de cypre, 1,500 ba
» rils.de mais,
ST Termes et Conditions:
Les .pclaves seront vendus à un crédit de uo et
deux'ans, à compter du jour de la vente; les ac
quéreurs fournissont caution à la satisfaction de
qui de droit, et les esclaves demeurant hypothb.
qués par privelège jusqu'au paiment réel et if
fectiftant du principal ques des interets qui au
ront pu s'accroitre à raison de huit pour cent
par n à partir, de l'échéance de chaque .terme.
Les conditions de la veste des propriétés mo.
bilières serom annoncées le jour de la vente.
VEUVE IYPOLITE CHRETIEN.
Opelousas, 3 Janvier, 1849.
Vente par la Cour de Pr ves
ETAT DE LA LOUISIAN
PAoRim 8's. MaJ. N.:
s8 .eef fU s hulMris d'T r t Sen.
6 de l'hnn.
r de District <ians et pour la susditr
pui asi, à la date du 30 Décembre, 1848, eit
moi addressé, Moi, Bennet A Curtis, sherif dr
la parosae m.e. Marie, ofrirai en venoe, le 10
jour de Février, prochain, 1849, à la Maison
de Cour daon la ville de Frankhio, à 11 heurei
A. M., la propriété suivante, arpprtenant à la
dite succession, savoir :
Deux Aprets et demi de TERRE des deux
côt6~ do bayou Tecbe, par la profondeur or.
diasire de quamrae arpents, borué su nord par
le domaine publique public, au sud par les
terres d'Adlard CarliU, à iOuess par les terre
d'Hendersoo Crmword et à l'et par les ierre de
Aux terme et condiioos qui suivent anvoir:
On iiers payable le 1er Mars, prochain, 1849:
uno iers, le premier de Mars, 1860; et un tiers
le ler Mars, 1851. Le piemier tiers portant
huit poor cent d'imUeré, s'il n'es pas payé à
échéance, ei les deux autres et derniers terme
frappés d'iolèrise à buit pour cent à partir du
premier Mars 1849, jusqu'à parlait paiemeti,
les achetears souscrivants leur billets ever
une booue et person.elle cautioo et la proprié
t6 restant apecialemeat byothéqu6 s'qu'à par
fait et fial païimem des billets et initrét comma
deae. B A CURTIS, Sherf.
Paroisse 8te Marie, 4 Janvier. 184V.
J. A Duamruit, Ecuver, Conseruateur de>
hypotlbque at Notaire publique sera prdeu,
popr ipMer l'act de vente aux acheteure, 1
eure frais.
Avis.
ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.
Cour de District.
Paromse Ste Marie
Sucesaion de feu Benjamin Cade.
Attendu que Pauerson Fletcher curateur de
Sdite succession, à euregisté dane cette cour
soae OM pte d'pdmionsralion, ainsi que petition
demandaot .que le di~ compté poil homologué eu
approuvé.
AVIS est per le présent donné à tous ceux
que cela peut concerner d'avoir à deduire dans
le dix jours qui suivront la dite du présent avis
les raisons (-i aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles
il ne serait pas lait droit às.a demande.
J. V. FOU RMY, Greffier.
Bureau du Greffier 22 Janvier, 1849.
Avis.
ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.
Cour de District,
Paroisse Ste, Marie
Succesion de feu Joseph A. LIay.
Attendu que James Lacy administrater, 4
la dite succession, à enregistr6 dns cetiei
son compte d'adminastration als- qu'e pe
demandant que le dit compte son a et
approuvé.
Avis est par le préa6st dona6 ceux
que cela peut concerner d'avoir I duire dans
les dix jours qui suivroat le dlai résent avis
les raisons, si a.uocei e oa, uelles il
ne serait pa fii droit j çs ode.
J. Vy MY, Greffier.
Bureau du Greai Janvier 22, 1849.
vis.
ETAT DIELA LOUISIANE.
ODW40 Diastri,;
^aroissM-lSNIffYI ;e Ç
Succesion de feu Maria Beck.
Attendu que James Stevens adininistrateur de
la dite succession, à enreistiré dans cette cour
son compte d'adninis;ration, ainsi que petition
demandant que le dit compte soit homologué et
apprové.
A*is est per le présent donen a tous ceux
que cela peut concerner d'avoir à d4duire dans
les dis jours qui suivront la die'de présent avis
les raisons, si aucune di out, pour lesquelles i
ne serait pas fait droit 4 as demande.
J V FOURM4Y, Greffier.
Bureau de Grffier, 22 Janvwir, 1849.
Avis.
ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.
Cour de District,
Paroise Sie Marie.
Succession de feue Marie Irma Loisa.
Attendu que Robert'McCarly, à eonrgistré
tans cette cour une petition, demandant que des
ieures d'adminia;ration de la succession de Ma.
rie Iras Loisel, son epouse, lui soint accordées.
AVIS est par le présent donné à touis ceux
lue cela peut concermer d'avoir 4 déduire dans
le dix jours qui suivront la date du présent avis
es raisons (si aucaies ils ont) pour lesquelles
I ne serait pas fait droit à sa demande.
J V FOURMY, Greffier
Bureau du Greffier, 23 Janvier, 1849.
Avis.
Les habitants de la paroisse Ste Marie sont
sr ces présente notifi6 que leurs Texes d'Eiat,
le Paroirse, sont maintenant dues, et à moins
iu'elles ne soient payées dici à trente jours de
ette dase, je procéderais à les rollctr sas
éais. à lear frais. B A CURTI,
SaPriI et Collecteur de Tamxe.
Bcreau de SheriF, 17 Janvier, 1849.

The Sugar Mtarket.
Nuw O1asLs, Jan. 28.
Etr.emes 2 to 5 cas.
lro1 Is--20} to 21 c s per gallon,
Mo3u.u, Jan. 24.
Sugar.-Fair 31 to 4, Prime 4kto 41, Choice
5 to 05 ds.
MiJoitse.-From 20 to 23) cts. per gallon.
NEw YoRe Jan. 17.
SB r.-From 41 to 5} cents.
M a-e.-From 29 to 30 cents.
So64F FdR5UAIY.
Te ladies and Geatemen of the Parish od
St. Mary, are uuapeetfully informed that
THE ANNIVERSARY
OF T"a
KiTE OI WAU IG.TOE
Will be celebrated by
A 3A33.
to be given at the Franklin Exchange Ball
Room on
Admittance :-Gentlemen, $2.
St. lary's Setsinary,
CO.DUCTED BY
THOMAS POOLEY AND ASSISTANTS.
This listitute will, after the 6th of March
nest, be open fr the reception of)young gentle
men. alyr, and comprise three Divisions : P'ri.
mary, Practical and Scholastic.
* Is the PRIMARY DIVISION will be taught
Readang, Otuography, Writing, Arithmetic and
egemapy. Termas, $.4 per Session of 5
moanths.
In the PRACTICAL DIVISION, Arithme.
tie, Elements of Geometry, Mensuration, En.
gish Grammar. Elocution, Mapping, Drawing
and the French Language, together with the el
Cuess of general Sciere. Terms, $32.
In the SCHOLAtTI DIVISION wilbb
imparted a tLorugl mat,.enma ca', classic.l and
'Belles Lettr's c.uase calculaw:e to fit young
men for taking a creditab'e stand in any college
in the United States. Terms. 850.
Board and Washing, 860 per Session.
Notice.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
District Court,
Parsh of St. Mary
Estate of James Conmor
Wheree. Patrck Cheevers of said perish
has 64ed a petituon in this court praying to be
appointed Curstor of the vacaut estate of said
Conner, dee.
SNotce is therefore hereby given to all those
ilbolb it may or doth concern, to show cause,
ifaey they have, within tea days frotm the date
hereof, why the prayer of said petitioner should
bs be grueted.
J. V. FOURMY,
SCler , k.
claeheal~lceIJanuary 30, 1840.
- m
Sivr Iw ·. me ]d at hi. aushlmb
p r--~ kli ad for sab mewral Car.
it al *om* sad morbhis mna scure.v
i Caringur wilb dsltaid driver seat;
il rub ;vthree Dugies, with oasin.
.Led air bope. Alo a assortmenot of Her.
. aMbhl ad single; a.ver and brass plate
Carriages repaired in a superior
r I manasted to be good in appearance
as new. Prices moderaw.
'' S 8AMUEL SA'TTRTWAIT.
P. .ekli, Ia., Jan. ,25, 1849.
.,# Tuice. `1
- '#r moswy o far Peris* r S. IIU
apt ! [l rr~il~lci k Putt, M#
J i"
Sa tl . and UW
underaigued wlU agea an Aucuion sad
Almom i meiorlos atbts Frsamlia Eachea
. y, 9th b alibi s b, for tLb
at so owims aed ad risg for salh amy
baether of at c or hule value, tabt
;iiij ossoolib ut him. TLoas who have
Ftuhe esley dprt pnas., whether ew or ait,
.,tI&SyMN nuish t dispoes of, sad will
I hew at store, may wst ý assured
the s. siat. wiI beepared to obtaic a tIe
pia fir them. Y heaps made a erva.rgme5 to
riashe the Aatrir Bameer whatever
ao dsq .,WW , thsbu mesas
Swish .pgrotiamrptrclaaadver.
tI bl luu u m ruacb Ave.
the 8 srier twtor nor vati fo
eisty hSit 4an E. kb imsertipt
ailatitt asM"There will ho a salh
orxer day ahii IL s the sit.
of + slayaa11eaeIton*ek
L·~1. AL CURT ,
"W~
UN1PFtECEDENTED BAR
GAINS!!
OzSELLING OFF AT COST!-co
A LOT OF FRESH GOODS, LAID I1
AT NEW YORK.
The subscriber, being obliged to give up his
store to a new purchaser, on the First Day of
ams April, offers to sell out,
AT COST!
his varied Stock of Goods, comprising his well
known ASSORTMENT OF FANCY DRY
GOODS, ctLOTHING, Hats, Boots, Shoes
&c, &c.
The plasters, and people generally, have now
a chance to lay in their summer supplies at
LOWER PRICES than they have ever known
before in Louisiana.
Don't let this opportunity pass without em
bracing it I As the goods will be sold at cost.
it is of course expected that all who purchase
will pay Cash, and it is also expected that all
who owe me will settle at once, as I am obiig.
to close up my business in about two months
from the present time.
ISAAC LEVY
Franklin, Jan, 25, 1849.
CROCKERY, CHINA, & GLASS WARE.
P. R. FELL & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS,
Wholesale sad Retail,
No. 84 CoMxoN STRERT,
(Near the VerWadah.)
NEW ORLEANS,
Will have constantly on hand a superior
as ortment of Goods in their line, such as
COMMON aND FINs CROCKERY,
In assorted ciates, or re-packed to order for
country dealers in the saltest manner.
CHINA.
Plain white, and white and gilt, various pat
terns, in Tea sets, Dinner sets, or by tha doz.
"en.
GLASS
Plain, pressed and cut Decanters, Dibhes,
Bowls, Pitchers,. Tumblers, Wines, &c. &c.
SUNDRIES
Plated Castors, Canalesicks &c. ; Britannia
Castors, Pichers, Tea S.is. Spoons,:&c.;
Japanned Tea Trays ; Knives and Forks in
sets and by the d,,zcn: So:ar table, side and
hanging Lamps ; Wicks and Lamps Glasses;
G;ermna Silver Forks, Spoons. &e.
O ' We s,,licit country merchants and fami.
lies to cxamine our siock before purchasinu
elsewhere Goods wifl be offered at low prices
The most pariicular atention will be paid to
putting up goods for the enunr.q, sad satis
aeltion in all cases guaranteed.
PROCLAMATION.
BY DR. WILLIAM' RABI
op
-o
To a.a w=on rNr r corCas., Greeting:
Wheres Dr. William Rab6 has sold out to
his brother Dr. C. Rabe, and wlereas he has
torthermore determined to move himself of to
Calioia and whereas it takes a good deal of
mosey to get there
Now know ye, that the said William Rab6 is
bound to collect all his outstanding debts in a
very short time, and furthermore, that ,the said
William Rab6 dJoes not believe that he has cre.
dited during the year any person who would be
ma enough not to pay him, when they can
get rid ofsaid Rab simply by paying him what
uy owmj re hiah and that it is expected
til- ' will er up"til the rus
DocroR.
J. P. HICKEY.
Clerk
Ja. 18, 1848.
Cbda'a Fills, and LIalm"eu,
Aud all other kinds of Cholera nedicines cam
'Ibe obuaed at Apouhecary Hall. We will have
'16tud oLtoulr Ladrd isafew days and be
Idy t prapre hueb CAlev ftwu
Sd!1 DR. kAIIB&cO.
L. I. C JBTI$,I
AUCTIONEER,
T..dsr his srvice. to ti. cimewmh of the
eribo(&. Mary. i1j
4h nLE n..5, n.
Hivwing locaed himself in Franklin, oier
his prof(mional services to the ciippos of tih
PIrish, sad bhops by strict attention to the ca.
.ss etrustaid nolhi Case, to merit a share of
public paIroep. Residence. at Mrs. E. ~ Pcc
Olle. Careen's biil.iaL, Maia at. d14
j~l Vl. Lfot r COw
Sight to the Blind.
The undersigned will give liberal prices for
BLIND SLAVES,
even for those born blind. He will attend to
diseases of the E YE of all descriptions.
He has erected, in this place,
SULPHUREOUS AND MERCURIAL
"flA1i fkAT DX7 7ArL0,j
which hav6 proved to be more efficient than any
other in removing Chronic Diseases of long
standing, such as Cutaneous, Rheumatic, Mer.
curial, Syphilitic, Female, &c. 4c.
These baths are open fur public inspection.
J. HILLS M. D.
For particulars, apply at the Banner Office
Franklin Jan. 18' 1849.
Auction Sale,
The undersigned will offer for sale through
the ministry of a Public Auctioneer, on her plan
tation near Carancto, in the Parish of St. Lan.
dry,
On Monday, the 5th of February next, 1S49.
and the following day!s,
100 CHOICE SLAVES,
of both sexes and ditlrent ages; among which
is a good Blacksmith and several other mecha
nics. These slave will be sold separately and
inder full and satisfactory guarautee of titles.
8 Ox carts, 61) work Oxen, 21) mules,
20 work Horses, 1,500 barrels of
of Corn, 12,500 Cypress Pickets..
CoNDTIoS.s OF SALE :
The slaves will be sold on a credit of one
and two years from the day of sale, purchasers
giving sufficient secunty to the satisfa,'tion of
the vendor, and the s!aves remainng speciall,
mortgaged until final payment or principal and
the interest which may accrue thereon, at the
rate of eight per cent per annum from time due
until final payment.
The conditions of the sale of the moveable
property will be made known on the day of sale
WIDOW HYPOLITE CRETIEN.
Opelousas, January 3d, 1849.
Tallorwlg.
Frendrick Ehrhardt would respectfully in.
fortp the ohipen of Franklin and the public,
thabt he as lately opened a shop on Main at.,
on the corner of Wezel's lot, and nearly oppo.
site Mesrs Hare & Birds.ll's store, where he
will earry on the Tailoring Business, and will
at all times be ready to attend to the wiabes of
those who may favor him with his custom. His
experience as a tailor, and his knowleidge o( bi
business, he trusts, will enable him to gire the
best of satislaction to his customers.
Franklin, Dec.28, 1848
Notice.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
District Court, ?
Parish of St. Mary. S
Estate of Bcnjamin Cade, dec.
VWhereas Ptrrtroo Fltzcher curator of said
estate has filed in this court an account of his
adminisiraruton of sald estate, together with his
pe!itition praying that the same may be homo.
logated and approved.
Notice is hereby given to all those whom it
doth or may concern, to show cause if any they
have, within ten days from the date hereof, why
the prayer of said petitioner should not he gran
ted. J. V. FOUR MY, Clerk.
Parish St. Mary, January 22, 1849.
Notice.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
District Court,
Pirish of St. Mar%
Estate of Joseph Lacy, dec.
Whereau Jimses Lacy adrnut'rstrator of said
estate h.as filed iu this court an account of his
admnmislrallon of said estate, together with his
petation prayiu,_ that the same an:y be homo
lo tle'J and a!,l'roveJ.
N,,tce is the-.rlfore given to all those ahonm i
ioith sir ayi V le.i*nce Ito show caui.e, it 8a n, Ihe
h.ve, within teal dr.y frout. th. date her-,eof, whsl
the jpra.er of >a:d per.aiwmr "h -tild n,,t t.
1ra,,ed. J. V. FOURH MY, Clerk.
CI.·rk's office, Januarv 22, 1t5i49J.
Notice.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
District C.urt.
Parish of iS. Mary
Estate of Maria Beck dec.
Whereas J.,n.es Strvetas adnanistrator of said
Esttre has filieu i rhis court an ac.,unt ol his
.ednaliliitt rttli f s;aid estate, toageher with his
:rwltiou,, prau.tng that the sane may be hutno
Iigatued aud apprved.
Notice is therefore hereby given to all those
whoim it doth or may cotncerll, to show cause,
itf uay theI have, within ten days frpm the d.,te
hereof, why the prayer of said petition should
not be graited. J. V, FOURMY, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, January 22, 1849.
Notice.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
District Court,
Parish of SI. Mary.
Estate of Mary Irma Loi el, dec.
Whereas Robert McCirty of said par.
ish, has filed in this court a petition prayinm,
that he may be appointed administrator of the
estate of Marv Irma Loisel, his deceased wife.
Notice is hereby given to all those whom it'
doth or may concern to show cause if any they
have, withic ten days from the date hereof, why
the prayer of said petitioner should not be grant
ed. J V FOIURMY, Clerk.
Pariah of St. Mary, January 23 1849.
REGULAEfrACKETs.
New Orleans and Altakapas Steamer.
A. W. VANLEAR.
Jzo. GETrsaNon, Master,
Will make regular trips between New Or.
Irans and St. Martinasville, touching at all tbe
landings on 'he T"che, Atchafalaya, Berwick's
Bav. B.,vou B.*I0aand bayou Black.
("7- This boat having been purchased ex.
pressly l;r ior above trade will run the entire
eanson. d2$
Attakapas rand New Orleans Regular Packet.
The New Light Draught, fast running Steamer
MONMDIANA,
P. DELAHOUtss.iAE, Master.
Purchased expressly for the trade, will run
as a regular packet throughout the entire season
between New t)rleans and St. Mlartinsville,
landing freight or pa:ssegers at Pattersonville,
Centreville, Franklin, Indian Bend, Provost's
Lending. New Town, Fausse Point, and all in
termediate landings on the route.
The Mondiana is of very light draught, and
f,r speed and accommodations is unsurpassed
by any boat in the trade. She is also supplied
tire pumps, and a Doctor, or extra Engine, for
safety against explosion of the boilors.
Dartiy & Billocque and Darby & Fremoule.
Agents in New Orleans.
Regular Packet beiween New Orleaasa ad
Altakapas.
The fine, new. fast running steamer
BANNER OF ArTAKAPAS.
Wm S. JOHNsoN. Master,
Will run as a regular packet between St.
Marlinsville and New Orleans, via. Plaquemine.
while that Bayou remains open, and during
the low water season, by the Atchafalaya route.
-The BANNER was built expressly for the
trade, in the most substantial manner, ol the
best materials, and after the most approved mod.
els, and owners rely upon the planters and mer
chants of Attakapas fur patronage.
BANNER OF ATrAKAPAS.
Wm S. JOHNSOs. Master,
Will run as a regular packet between &t.
Martinsville and New Orleans, via. Plaquemine.
while that Bayou remains open, and during
the low water season, by the Atchafalaya route.
-The BANNER was built expressly for the
trade, in the most substantial manner, ol the
best materials, and after the most approved mod
e-s, and owners rely upon the planters and mer
chants of Attakapas fur patronage.
..ew Orleans and Auakapas. Packet.
GREY EAGLE,
DAID M1UGGAH, Master,
Is now making regular trips between AM.
kapas and New Or!eans, and will continue oa
the route, by way of Plaquemine, during the
high water season. Capt. Mugg.h feels con.
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 cannot fail to be pleased with
the accomudatiuns which the boat affords.-
Capt M. hopes to receive she favors of new
truns as well at the patronage of his
friends,
New Orleans and Altakapas Pmg.
JERTRA1VD.
E. Csrni.o, ast
Having commenced her ween
Attakapas and New Orlees, mng well
adapted to this trade, will u ing on
this route during the seasos. ins will be
spared to promote the passengers,
and give satist ction as o may favor the
boat with their
I ale,
STAT IOUISIANA.
P or ST. MARY.
Estate of Demaret and lEugenic 8enate,
as wife, both deceased.
l umance of an order issued from the
District Court in and for the Parsh
d, under date the 80th December,.1848
to me directed, I, Benaet A. Curtis, Sheril
of the parish of St. Mary, will oiier for arl on
Saturday, the 10th day of February neat, 1849
at lbe Court House in the town of Franklia, at
the bour of 11 o'clock, A M., the following
property belonging to said estate, viz:
Two and one half arpenr.t of land on both
sides of the bayou Teche, by the ordinary depth
of forty arpenta ; bounded on the north by the
public domains, south by lands of Adelard
Carlin, on the west by lands of Henderson
Crawford and the east by lands of
.On the following terms and conditions, to wit
One third payable on the 1st of March 1849,
one third on the first of March 1950, and one
third on the first day of March, 1851 ; the first
instalmeont to bear right per cent interest if not
paid at maturity, and the other two instalments
conditioned to bear eight per cent iterest from
first d;y of March, 1849, until paid. The pur
chasers to give their notes with good and per.
sonal security, and the property to be and re.
main specially mortgaged and hypothecated on.
til lull and final payment of said notes and in
erest as aforesaid. B. A. CURTIS,
Sheriff.
Parish of Et. Mary, Jan. 4, 1840.
J A Dunmartrait, Esq., Recorder sad Nota.
ry Public, will be present to pass the deed of sle
to purchaser or purchasers, at their cost.
SAN P8 & CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
MOBILE, ALA.
Special attentiron given to the sale of Sveas
and Mou.Asss.
N. B. Orders for Pine Lumbar, either for.
warded direct to Mobild, or left at the office of
the Planter.' Banner, Franklin, will be punctu
ally attended to.
Csommisierm Bsimess.
MOBILE, ALA.
The undersigned tenders his thanks to the
Planters for their liberal patronage during the
last season, and beg. leave to inform them that
be will continue the same business and hopes
to merit a continuance of their favors.
N. B. The system adopted by him for the
sale of Svouo and oz.Assas will be strictly
observed. JOSEPH HALL.
t Orders for Lumber, &c., (which should
be given early in the soason) will be stebdsd
so. J. H.
Moble, Ala., Nov. 2, 1848.

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