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Mr. A. B. C'HAXPA.NTIER, depuis DPhf ans commis dans noise enaison, y devient assicté de ce jour. In raimnn decommercp ri-tpra In sn.êimt qua.e pléiédeminent. P. J. PAVY & CLo. Nouvelle Orleans, 1er Joit.let, 184. \n\n r klm 'i aitersal. The s riber would respectfully in S at pca that his stables are now d pe.` BHe will teep constan Tt -pply of the best of provender tyaff.l ds, so teat persons leaving their roes wi him may depend on having themn well proidMe? r",ost reasonable terms. ld will keep constanldy on hand horses and' mules for saleg He has at this time 0o head o KIeetky mules And s0 head of horses, I of Buggy, Farm and Saddle horses. JAS. EMISON. Frauklin. a, Oct. 5, 1848. Plantation Bells. The planters ol Slt Mary, are respec:fuliy nrforrmen that the suoscrioer has been appi,,iii. ed .aest of G & W Coffin, thw Bell asd Bratss ouo·4.riat oe sackeyhe Bell iFounr,. i C:Ir. ci nau, Ohio, and bthat he a pri, ie to rn. ceive orders for BELLS of every i, 'erlpit,,n and tone required. All orders, through him, for Bells, are tuearntied for twelve n,nnlhs, not to break. In cnse of breakage within that eime, new ones of the same size and quaity will be furaithed gratas. JAMES S. SIMMONS. p. *" --roken Bells, Copper, Biass and ~0ompos.io.. Boxes, bought at lair prices accord. jag to the quality. J. S. S. Imuih of St. Mary, March 10, 1848. New Goods. Fall '48 and . i.ter of '48-'49. The subscribern are now ree,-aving per Brig Jeanette, and will continue to receive by future; prrivals from tre North, an unusual and well pssoried supply of Goods, consisting in part of the fbllowmig; #TAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,' pamprising a handsome assortment of Fancy' sad Black Dress Silks, De Lames, Cashmeres, Woolen Plaids, Calicoes unusually cheap, and pty variety of dries Goods. PLANTATION SUPPLIES, p( ry description. Call and examine them.. CLOTHING. Gs.t's Cloth, aisd Tweed Coats of various pyles, do. Pants, Vests, Drawers, &c,, also a good assortnenl of boy's cluthing. WOOLEN AND COTTON CARPET ING AND RUGS, Rati, Caps, Hosiery and Gloves; Straw I3bsd, Ribbons and Artifirials; Piano Fortes, Jeer ILngings and Borderimg. BOOKS AND STATIONER J' pmlipisiae assortment of school Books; Or. pa.r.stal English and French do., with many ipedard works'ol French Literature. " ;)OT& AND SHOES, p1 smur awld arsos styles; Ladies' and Child ren's shoes of new and improved materials, LJmbwellas Parasols, 'l'runks, !Ijrpet Bags, Va'isei, &Jdterb, LLeaier, Powder and Shot, Hemp and Meillo Cotdiger Nails, Hardware, 1pullery, ..a,,serra. nad Tio Ware, S 6ic js, Perfirumery, Paints, Oils, I l QCEGCERIES, pam, Wines aend iui, Candles, Soap, To. saemo,4egane, Balei m, Tar, Rosin Patch &e. oil or whbch will be ld at unusual low prices. J. W. & R. B. TALBOT. Franklin Bept..l1, 1848. 7lag tieso fr mSale. 4i rimepi r oars for sale a Plantation ..s..1,~o SaBIYo fo~rmillionr conltoanig about arpeas, nDeadrly 200 of which! ~l aq gesd tate of culivation. The 0#j4ap well tibpered, a portion of it with bVt tposne n ofs oit with the best of sugar wod. Tharp ja an abundance of prairie land 1 I whigh can be purchaqed low. Sbat as tensive stock of catkle nwith uM4 ase. The planta qq> 44 p horsepower sugar mill, a - fare . ptq a sugar loue in good1 negro ca ns, out~bwidingi and C are ecelle t orr~jjr. About 150 hhds. m on the pae this season. iThe c5tmi ot Sid .oetit or ehle. Any person wishing to purchase a S b1 ,taiaok.25 or 40 hands, vosnWdo ' to qure in relatoo tohis place i bhefr o e w ehi sº 4uer hfe. The qubscri. bre is W4OS p IlesI p allas I5i the coun My a 99Lth i , a1to purchasers as thie does. of premises and taerms c oi m sPping to D. Den. ank at duo lics a 'fus Banner. . JQSEBPH SI.ATER - 1.144 Call iiW sceuR ( Bill where ou willfnd a 'aoptGoqdut Cmu't posat~ly '' 4 eiid rontm ýthe c:kibrsfed Opiciao', Dhmi. Pike, Jr., New 10r . k of Opticul mud MiM~tItS TC. - I iitae iell of Oo .,, '/I iww7W -biit, W~mre a fi .. d~sy~ae. 7 'dl: S Te Sugar Planters. For sale by the subscriber, in Franklin, Iron Azletree i Cane Carts, or m.des or oxen, with or without bodies; Harness for carts or wagons ; Hames, I(London's make) of superio quality; Straub's Patent Corn Mills; Cast Iron Domestic I Corn Mills; Double geared Horse-Power Gearing; IHorse. Power Mill Irons for Belt ,Motion; Sablit's anti.attrition Metal for reducing friction in steam.engines axnd sugar mills. JAMES S. SIM.iMONS. SFranklin. La., Jan.6, 1a4-a . G. R. BHANKINS, Watch Maker, Jeweler anid Dentist, Res.i.ctltily Itnorim the pubilc zthat he has Itakln the hasI.e tornrlll oicupt'd b] |11 r. Er,. _sor. eiar I." store tot Mr. J. !i. Bird-ell, where he will rrl..ir W\VATCHI1ES, CLOt.KS and SJElt\ ELRY in the n,eaeI and m,,.st w,rkmn:u,. like style, und wuill pe.rform alnil OPEIRIA 'TIONS ON THE I'EETil in the aos!t up proved manner. Lnd'es and Grenilenen cini le;,ve tu,e w.,tch.te in hi; care with the cunli dence of having them w-11l repan;ed. lie hooe. by close atte.tion o1 hustuess to merit a liieral Shre o paronnee. C. DtiaST. Watchmaker and Jeweler. Respeetfully inIonms hi friendis and the puh-? lie generally, that he has obtaineid 'lhe h-,use, tilmerlly occupatd by .1r. C. [E ruard, near M.1r. S. Snith's Store, whee no w:11 repair wan:ch. es antd clocks of every deserniptron, in the ne:t. est and most workmans.nhip t)le. Gtn'lemnen' and Ladies can leave fine \Vatches In his care wiIh the confiJence of having them"careululy thnroubhly, and promptly repaired. lhe hopes by elo-e attention to biustnss to merit a libera! share of pIuhic patronage. Frankli n u, Feb. 8, 1919. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GOLD IN CALIFORNIA. Carriages in Franklin ! The subscriber has on hand at hie establish-. ment in Froankhn and for sale several Car. ,riage, ol his own and northern m.dnufacture. One fdamily Carlage with detached driver seat; one light Barouche; thre Buggies, with enam. eled leather tops. Alao an assortment of Har. ness, double and single; allver and brass plate nlountingsr. Carriages repaired in a superior .st) le, and warranted to be good in tppearance as "new. Prices moderate. SAIMIUEIL SATTERTWAIT. Franklin, La., Jan. ,25, 1849. I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I Talloriag. Frederick Elhrharditwould respectfully in. form the citizens of Franklin and the public,, that he has lately opened a shop on Main at.,' on the corner of Wexel's lot, and nearly oppo. site Messrs Hare & Birdsali's store, where hel will carry on the Tailoring Business, and will at all times be ready to attend to the wishes of those who may favor him with his cusatom. His experience as a tailor, and his knowledge of his busineas, hetrusw, will enable him to give the best of satisfaection to his customers. Franklin, Dec.28, 1848 NEW GOODS. ?hie subscriber having located himself at Patiersonvllle, ,nr the purpose of carrying on .he n.ercanti!eu business would solicit and call ajt etllequn of Planters and the trading com. epuntty in general to his extensive sad entire law stock STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, direct from New York, per brig Jeansete and now openang at bea.rew store; coustaung of a lull and choice supply of PLANTATION GOODS, poi all descriptlons. DRESS GOODS: Cashmeres, Muslin 'Delains, Black and col ored Alpeccas, Fancy Dress Silkg, Prints, Ginghamsa, -iglish and Swiss 'Dresses, also * "ashops, Lawns, Jackonet,-Threasd d dSwiss Edgings, losertings, worked Muslin Collars land Habits; Plain and Check Cambric., &ce. In a wa orJ, I woold Say to the ladies that I ~have as large and as well selected assortment of 'Dress Goodi aS hhs ever been offered in this sparkist. FoJ father proof you wllt please call sad examine. And to the gentlemen I would say' thatimy stock of BOOTS, 8808OS and CLOATHING, In.s eat aoslld by asy in Attakapas. A le;,. good alortaneetol SaddlIsy, Hard ware, Crockery, and Glass Ware ; Hats, Caps se, 4 Whale, Wii~er i.rant'd Sýerm, and Linseed n codissorntmentf Sted Chantieley, .with , oiL wdi Lin ealew tobenit pat. t. othe Attakapis tiide, therefore I br ' sitato In pding myself to all who will elhamine wiv stock, bai only to Olease you tyle, extent, and variety, but also to-ofer you uch bargains as will mike iiti object worthy of y@r yetra titeB SCrisAftJ B. BAYLI S. - )-r lgtH, 8. r . at SA . . W - - :.b .. a ,s -O 11 r4. ..JLWAISI COL Notice. The subscriber, having purchased the interest ol his late pnortner, ANDREW OLI-t VER, in the wholesale and retail l)Iru lEtabllhth. rueot, corner of Chartres and Bienrillc slreets, N. 0., for a number ofyears pIst conductd jointly by them under the style of Andrew Oi&ver dCo., has completed his arrangemen:s, lor a more extended business than that hitherto done by the old house. My stock ofl )rugs, Medicines and Chemicals, Surgical Instru. menus and Perfumery, embracing, as I iltend ii shail, every article needlal to the heads of Fmain -lies, Planters anid Country Dealers, will nul i be exceeded in excellence of quality or ieasona-1 1bleness of price by anlly other house In Ihet trade; while as a General PATENT lMEDICINE AGENT, orders can be iddressed to inc wilth a; cuitidence and cerlieotv ofl nving theri proper. ly and faithlully aiiended to, inot previously et. pt-rienced in this place. jT The us.ual credits and facilities of tradei extexided to customers. '"T To the following, among other articles embraced in my present extensive stock, I would especially direct attention : t 500 lb. ('Cmphor, 100 lb Tartaric Acid 25.0 '" Ipecac, 150 "* St biliz msx;ure', 2A30 " Rhubarb, 500" Creri 'T'artur, 200 " Jalap, 500Sl ( atn Arab:c, 151) " Roclelle Salts; 151) ' (;G t Opliuml, ik 300 " Sup. Cartb. Suda, 5UU00 " Extract Licorice, CHE11ICALs, 1000 oz. Sulph. Quinine, 200 oz. Ioine, 5 -' " Morphine, 21 " Idolide Mcrcurc 25 " Acetale "' 20 " ()i E.,ct, 25 " T"nnuln 10 " Sirr chine, 200 " Iodide Ptlass, 5 " V'er.trinc, 25 " " Iron, 25 " Pperlue. 100 Ib Calomel, Eng, 150 Ib Ilue .Mass, 200 " " American, 100' (C:rrrive sulb. 100 " Red Precl,litate; 20 " Lunar Caustic.) PA lENT iMEDILINES. Sherman's preparaiionGardiner's Liniment. (:,srýenter's do Billtas' Astringet Sir. Fnhnestock's do up. C.oms:ocks' do Iodine Liniment, Saud's do Evans's Cuanorle Pils.' Swayne's Sirup Wild " So,thing S..)ui', Cherry, Wright's indiuian Pi.. Vermiluge, Champion's Ague Ihi-. " Sa.sap. & Tar " Anti lillius do. Pills, Cohen's Rhim. E'nbru. Wistar's Balsam Wild cal,on, Cherry, Bull's Ext. Sarsaparillh. Coleman's Bitters, Peletier's Syrup " " GonorrhlauSands's " lixs.u.ue'l'ownsend's " Fahnestock's vermifugeDeaid Shot, K:eerl's " Swain:'s Vermi'iuge, Canadian " Carpenter's & Slher. Henry's Genuine Mag. man's du nesia, Peters' Pills, eeckwich's Pills, Brandreth's Pills, Morrison's Pills; Parr's Pills, Alpha mad Omega Pills,Sappingtin's Pills, Baume de Ninon, ' hborn's Extract Copai Seltzer Aperient, - ba, Mrs. Gardiner's Liver.Sarulparilla and Wild wort, etc. Cherry Biiters, .ý HU. KENN8EDr. Snecesser, to Andrew Oliver & Co.,corner of B;enville and Chartres streets. New Orleans, March 30, 1841.-1 y. Children's Shoes and Clothing* Call and examine our large stock ol Youths and Children's Boots. Shoes and Clothing us 1 ,they are going off rapidly. '"27 J. W. & R. E. TALBOT. Hay. 160 Bales best Northern Hay on com mission and for sale by d14 M WALKER & CO. Seeds. Fresh Garden Seeds, growth of 1848 for sale by M. WALKER & UO. Franklin, Dec 21, 1848 b 3heaper than Ever! Just received a splendid Assortment of Dry Goods, comprising veareties and qualities suited to all of our customers. Ladies selectitg BALL DRESSE~S, and gentlemen wishing fine suits of clothing, at very moderate prices are requested to call and tl examine our gpods. Any persons wishing to purchase HATS, CArs SHOas, FaICY GOODS, Perfumery, Prints, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, or anything else in the Dry or Fancy Goods line, are insised to call .-nd examine them. Prices are low-Articles c of good quality. c BLOCH & GODCHAUX. Franklin, Nov. 2, 1848. Christmas Toys, &c. Per &b Col. Fanning we have heJ our stock of the above articles replenished, and can now preyeet variety that cannot fail to please the children. We have also received a fresh sup. liy of Sxoaxs ao the 'La Noima' and 'Vera Crus' brands. PAtras HAexoxea. new, cheap and well se. Slected ; to all of whtih we ask the attenMion of putcbhaers. J W & R E TA LBOT. Franklin, December 21, 1848 S ]Barber Shop. -Te uadetaigted bas..te.5anb to asnoonce to the inhabaotsa of Franklin and its vcinity, that he he, just opened a Barber Shop. i this village; where every comfort can be lound. He. makes Wigs and Toupees, and also all artices for Ladies; Dresses for the hair, .m jrests. Neek Bands, Watch Guards, Ear 'iqgs, with the hair that may be given leam. Heopial use every effort to deserve the pe. tronage of Gentlemen and Ladies. His shop is adjoining the Franklin Reading Room. M. ESCUDIER. Franklin. Aug 17th, 1848. (o the Public. 1 y, Mlll is now is operation, atd I shall be pto ll i rdrs for LU MIBER of any do. lseiptioS. and of as good terms as ea herdone by on establisbaet a *he ounat. - t J +Or dal S. SuBa. Bip q., Fraaklin.or djmsaa eUw this tlre, will be attended SC, G. WHELDEN. Pasn rmsm , m 5th, 1848. Goods at Patterenvlille. The und.rsigned, h.lving etnblished them Iselves at Patiersuenville, Pnt,.sh ol St. Mlary, and leased the store,. warIehouse)'., and .lharl owned bh C. B G. Wtthelden, and latcl ocraupted by T'.. [I. I line & (Ci., lner the purpose of en.rr Ing on a generil 1)1RI GOOD)S nod COMMISSION II'SINESS, would rfspltct:ully solicit am shiatr 'tl the patronlage ol their Irneuds and the public generally. T'he:r stock of goods is now complete, cnn. sisMtlg 1f every thinrg kept in a ,eein;il retail store. SugaIr planters may rrly on lind1ag,. it our stock, every ,altely of mgodas needid cn plantation. We have an excetlltt assortment 1of Neerc Clothing, 1iue. BroIrgan, (PIli, Painas, Tu. pelttite; Siuddlery, Briles'. ,lr rttng;i, I i.rt'e-s e tad n.irnt.'- Leanttier, (Co.tlars, li+mws, Couphi,," an ti ru ':,,:- : ('rk' ey nard IJardware,Cutlerv. C'arpetetr's anid Ct'.ip. er's Tools ; !;outs, Shies, liHts, Caaps, re.ady I mali' Clothinig, Bhankets. &c., &--, A inid assartlment fit Slhip ('h ndlery, and Ian armp' siupplv of Te', Co('.tte, Suyar, Liquors, &c., ofl the very best qiuality. 'I'h.y have also i well .l.elected as~eriment of g':ods, for the ladle?. To all persons, wishing Inrvthing in their line orlbu.aaies then would .mt.y-Cali and Examine nour Smo,*k. BEERS & W\IIALEY. Planters will please notice that ne shall ever he re:idv ro secure ve-slst for them in -hipplin their aa-ti: r and min+ols- ts m atiny mirk'it th .. m.Iv clause, and i Ill te allwaii re,:.di to at liend to any business enot uted to oaur care. B. & W'. Oils. We have received and ropened a fine ascort nient i, the Be,.t Oils, amnrg which are Lanr )il, W i,,ter Bleached Sperm, \\ hale. Li.nseed, 'Neatsl..l;t, .c., which will Ie salid very luw. Pla:lteis and houtse.keepers will do well to call. J W & R E TALBOT ,..ct _ _, Drugs, and Medicines. A supply of French, Enghsh and American manufactuce and prt.e.uctlon. jut received aIdI ;,r sale on re.,sounable terms. at the FI.'KII.iN "D)rr. STorE, No. 2 Carson's Building, .Main tlreet, cons-i.lilng in part of French adni Amercan Quiiine and lMorphine, .ngllsh Blue i Mass, Bi carb. Soda, and Cream '1arlar; American Castor Oil, iEnglish Ca lomnel ; Ipecac, Rhubarb, ('am phor, Gum, Epsom Salts, Opium, Uviie Oil, Iodine and its prepara lions; togethlr with many other articlea3cmmnuely soad In Esiaibli.laumts ol tills de-scrlption, as PaItenl; MJlerines, Fancy article-. ce.; medicine cheas'. filled anld sul;plits for Plaltatinns lurpished on the usual New Or. leans terms. Particular attention paid to putting up Physi cians' Prescriptions. G. N. SEAGRAVE. Franklin La.,;July 13th 1848. ' Waggons and Carts. W. & B. ('HnRaucr, heelina . ugt . Va., manulacturere ol Carsm aind 14 a,~gans, would respecltfully solicit a share o1 ieih ;atronage ol the planters of St. Mary. PRICES: Wagons delivered in New Orleans or Plaque. mine. 8175 Carts ditto ditto, with bed-, 95 Carts ditto di;o, without beds, 701 Bagasse Carts, ditto, 60 All orders transmitted by mail, or left will, the subscriber, at Centr.ville, will beh I,puctual ly attended to. THOS. L. DOREMUS. N. B.-Plnnters sending orderr, will please be particular in describisg the work ordered. Cent,rvltle, April 4. 144.l-1 .* Notice. I have this day associated with me in part nership. my brother, JosPen W. TALBOTr, and our business will hereafter he continued under the firm ofJ. W. & R. E. TALBOT. R. E. TALBOT. Franklin, July 10th. 1848. Spices, &c. Just received at the FRANKLIN DRUG STORE, CARsON's BUILDING, 20 Ibe. Nutmegs, 10 lbs. Mace, 50 " A llapice, 50 " Pepper, 10 " Cloves, 10 " Cinnamon, 25 " Ginger Root, 25 '. Powdered do, 10 " Sage, 10 " 06Yqa0 Pep Toiether with Indigo. Castile Soap, Sperm Candles, Saleratuis Whuming, Black Lewd,'Em. eryi and various other articles, which '.".4e sold low. C.ai ° Liquers i The subscribers have tbr sale a very superior quality of choice LIQUORS, consisting +i Cognac Brandy, Jamiaica Rum, St. Croix ditto, Old Monongahela Whiskey, Port, Madeira, Ma. aga and Claret Wines, Cordials, &c., to which we invite the attentinn of connoisseurs. J. W. & R. E. TALBOT. Franklin, Qet 4. 1.48. Tin, Copper and lheetl Iren. The stabs.rber:bharg cormneoced ihe man. ufacture ol Tin, qopper sad Sherl-Iron Ware in this place, is prepared to ezecute all orders in bas line wtll sestes. muad ddspich. Hel would also inlors the Plauters tIhat he is pre-. pared to put in tin cr copper re0us, gutters, pilpe of anythabog i y y wanb in that hoe, an 1te wat durable wsp r and a the* lowesi pruet. $betat tIe cmomer of First and Wall, strrCts. WM. H. BROQRICLC Feaske, AuP 2, 1464. British Periodical Literature. VALUABLE PREMIUMS TO NEW SUB SCRIBERS! Subscribe early while the terms are lowr ' REPUBLICATION OF TuE LONDON QtARTERL" RsvILw, T'e. 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For I this ad it her advantiges secured to our subs.ri bers, we pay so large a consid.eraren, that we may be comopelledto raise the price of the Mag. azse. Therefore we repeat 'subscribe early while the price is low.' R.mtiatunces and communications should eha aalw*.ys addressed4 post paid or Iranked to the publishers. LEONARD SCOTT & CO., 79 Fulsoa nf., New Yotk. SThe subscriber rgspectfully islorms the pub. lic, that having taken charge ol the Riackamib. ing business formerly carried on by Elbert Mil ler, in this place. he is prepared to ezeeuteall orders which way be entrusted to him, with anet. ness and deslatch. As the sub-criber has three Forges is blast, the I lanters in the neighborhood may deped upon baring any orders left with him exeugutd at the shortest possible notice. He would also call the attention of Plaatrms to a superior article of Pwouens, which he is ma. nufacturing, and with which he will supply them at reasonable charges. J. EMISON &d CO. Franklin, La. June 17, 1I47. Liquors, Dry Gods, &.a The subscriber has just received and .e&s for sale on reasonable terms, 30 cases hue Bordeaux Wine, 20 baskets superfine Anis-it., 15011, Corks, iA lot of IReeve's addle Trees, made in Vr* rmiesidrillss", A lot of Leather, - ALSO A large stock of )ry Goods, Clhiag, .nd., which will be kept up by constant arrivals. iTHOMASE e-VI Franklin, La., Feb. 3, 1846, Carriage .JLkiag 6 ~ aq~g. il .ubsctiber havwing rmpketd so excw lie. (workman as n a' pltparr tooudcrtake all work rCIa'mog to carralge bwf.4ak sad repewus wick the certainly of Mi"rom cllapet.le sasistkaqqs t all who may csll 00 im bush - rq.sda tib..a Wecutioo 0 the work auk chsrpCm' J. EM41W N I CO Fraoklin, Jose 17. 1847. I !%"4k ordu. well sple cvpres, sbout ob hallof hic iswell wsai'pnued, fo 1se by ballJul AhOch is JcK$On L NIION' Parish of Tcrrrbu'ose, 0 t.1 76 1848 I ~Fine Qiane A Ar ow lw Ga feudmWd U® e m Ii. order and for lsa by & SBlTH.