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-*. *V . FRANKLIN, ST. MARY'S PARISH, LOUISIANA, MAY 17, 1S49. No. *. nºm -ni n *41.LS N.DO EVEIY THURSDAY BY IAU'N. DaE8N TT. SI.ree Doears per annum, payable in advance fiue Dollars, at the ezpiration of the year. Advertiswments and ontices in the Banner will be published Three month., ex.ept whets the jw, custom, or the person a..rertising specitiet •ibe time. Candidates for office will he required to pay S.*tvance orbteir annsuncement. Ailadvertising and job work pay.ble as soon s cowtlleted ; and ten per cent will he deducted rea all bills that are paid to the publisher per. serally, when due. AMsUaIo NAVAL A .y'CDOTE Shortly before the declaration of the war of i81u against Great Britain, Captain - mmua.uded a ship which sailed fr.n the Unitedi mate. to Portsmnout. England. hv the way of West Indies. A acum.er of British naval eicers, stationed at one of the West India Is s had been ordered home, and took passage his ship. C,oversation during the voyage d frequently upon the prospect of war he. 4weea the two countries- "If," said the Enr. sh officers, "war should take place, we shall capture every ship in the American navy. It impossible that we should Gtil!" To this. ~comed hraggadocio of John Bull, the Cap a simply replied : *"Gentlemea. you may live find yourselves disappointed " 'his English 'rit of boasting was kept up duringtbe entire yage, with.mut, however, disturhing friendly ags.-They reached Portrsmouth isn a fe, had only been in port a few weeks, when he rtartling news arrived, that Hull had taken. the English frigate Guerriere. commanded byv Captain Dacres. The day after the reception of the newa, the o'd Captain purrhased a white bat, small ckhbes &c.. &c., and went to the Navy Yard to hichb his passengers had been ordaeed. Hl. founi them grouened together.i talkingeoer the serious news.- "Good mortiineg. .atlemtea," said he. "have you hard the ýnws?" "Oh, yes, Captain ! e suppose you/ reter to the victory of Hull?" "'Not at all. geatlemn: rev nellws !, that he has ween hroken, by a Court Martial !" "VWhv. Captain von are lot is earnest? Wt:at do you mean? We are 'astonished, indeed !" 'Yes," cont nmed the Captain, ''the American Congress pased a re'. ov.tion, that if an American frigate did not take a British frigate inefteca minut.s, the comman der should he cashiered ; and yn know it took Hlul just a~evtero miagt e anda .alfto take, j Guerriere U1" Is liew.s dispersed. as .thie riot act had been read; but not without weig evident tokens of deep mo'titication As Irthe Captain, we gmadu it a rule to v'otalu ias white hat and obnrts, and call at the Na vi Yasd, ne the news of each successful virto rpy reached him, secong.stulate his former boasting . English Naval friends. SJAr.rToa' OF iSDW[I Foausr FROM HIs Wwls.-The M. Y. Suu4av Atlas of the 29th ltk. announces drat Edwin Forret, The tragedi an, bas been sepaQated from his wife, Caroline Norton Sinclair Fm'ret, 'laughter of the rocal l1s, John Sinclair. They were married in 13a6, in London, and have lived happily, as abe Atla. states, until the beginning ofthe last winter, when Mr. F. became moody and melancholy. 'rh Atlas s : In the monthofDecember Mr. Forrest return d from a prulsusonat engagement in Philadel. phis, ina u *st unhappy state of mind, and at aone demanded a separatino. .e assigned no ,eanse, or.id so apoiogy f. the position h as m.ued, and when tas immediate friends of the paties interfered, ad asked to he informed why was ithat bo asked tor repudiation, hi. only ply was a studied, iacospeehensibhl silence. i.e was otto be interrogated : he demnanded ..a.par..aia, and be has accomplished his oh. jest. Mr. Forrest and his wirb have uterally Mr1 Persmst is described as a lady nftaleat and beauty. She. ha been the iubher of four Schildren all of whom, however,died ia infancy. -imleoj** -. PMVluemuta--sAm'siw8 .AoW.--y Mm..* m. FIey--Noting is mur simaple sad eesemaidl. My dlis.avry is a easily pat io paoties, at ufue'ar almost led out to believe it. aae.uthless, all conjectures ase vain : SsLd ýaeaar mihesL to eoasice bimself of what I ery. , ei ar p mIhe.. t rmammed. at seine lia ie sa lharge ,s b s hIo dug is `bs . sad shtJ.( Is Pbe sase way s the mssms do. As see si the pruocess is cmple sd, thtrow Ia he taues yao desires to pre. serve (beig cruear at at the lime entirely cov. ers them,) ad lease them these tbwes hours; at . 0 s.pia1ls of' which time take them out, wash tem, pad dry them is the sun. By li Str tresmely easy aad simple oeth. ad, y can p sear'e yar pat...os fr smre i yars w~thlsu the ioe of fla.r, sad they will -e retea o. - T1x1 Diucmrne tuýºarsxrtwmu. '1 soa vinati th. L .sa. psary, wbich U.SNahledI * kM. Roq. M. .y lac, emicated Mine. WRimw l Replies, t'r Gorur it 3.3s. Njucau. e(New Oriesm fs.Umeuesat GWinNfr tel Zusi.r ýLno u Lr Audito.. '+s =b -t rr S . -- tb. diket are very * Our. Ou Ocoac .brtet s kaow tibmubis ___osbar will bs ed sol sd ksrs star pd thirr ..tst wsrriurs the cudict.-Bs t* '` r .-Ak bri's wife, is .sp&'mg .IEi WasI'M., pate _ and iswIrgeao. at -a 1W s y¢ea rs old. to saladyacuain. ltin sa id, "He - zsa d saudy is any pan dth* 51kbL pst oh. wholesaeblsin sad weed insqsa veil asof' ts bh" `Tis, ml ,,at iss the' I.I4,ada dFI Mbursi' £iblaL"-E W~ A Naw VEGOrrABLe. -The Taro.-We have ijust seen a specimen of this new vegetable oh. tained from Dr. J. G. CARso.. of T'unmpkin,' Bend, who has been cuitivating it for many years on his plantation. The Taru is a trops cal plant peculiar to the islands of tne Southern SPacific, where it grows spontaneously and in htbe greatest abundance. Among the natives it 'forms one of the principle articles of diet. It is ;a bulbous root, not unlike the potatoe in form, hut in many respects it is superior. Although in flavor not so delicate as the potatoe. it is said to be tar more productive and less liable to be in ;ured by the frusts. For this latter reason it would he well for planters to turn their attention 'to its cultivation. It sometimes happens that the whole pntatof, crop is destroyed by early frost-., in which case the Taro would lobr an excellent substitute. It may be easily preserv ed the whole year round anil even ifleft in the around it would live through the winter, and grow up again in the spring. On plantations it would lbe of peculiar service at seasons when other vegetables are scarce, For all who wish to obtain a new and delic'ious article ofdiet Imr the table, and provide amply and in thbe cheapest way for their negroes, the Tarn deserves at least a trial.-Fromn the Lake Proridence (La) Republican. A PROPHECr, ABOUT TO BE FCLFILLED.-II was roundiy asserted by a speaker in a demnocra. iic convention in Charleston, previous to the prezidenttal election-that "the northern branch I .o the deleated party would go over to the Ab. olitionists." Look at the loilowing declaration Ir-an a northern democratic paper : [Fromathe Daity M ;sconsin, of April 9] Tni. LIgZTED DE OCR.Atc OF WIscosst.. We lear,, t,,at, previtus to the adjournment uof hiae Legis!awture, the Democrats and Free Soilers perfected a union on the basi of sound princi. p e.- aad that, in cousequeuce thereol, but one - ate ConceaFion is to be called neat fail for the a wainstion , Governor, etc., to be represented by w., delegates fromt each Asaemubly District in toe state. It has long bgen perceived tet the difIlren. ;ces were a mere mratter oI organization. That 'tenacity has fºattlately yielded, and no'.z the Democrats who supported tass and fan Buren wilt murk together, *nd thus secure it. Wisconsin a DemocratLc mnaj,,rty alike inmpregnable to ,he effect and seductions of the Taylor .dmini.ara. tron. 'he united umajority of Cas. and 1'an B aren over Taylor was 11,000. We a'anl scarcely expect so targe a majority hereatier. as many Whigs wh9 acted with the Free $oil party will join the Tyliur party; but we can give the largest Demuocratic murjority.of'any in the Union. It is pertinently suggested that the cramul of the Democracy rj our glorious State all be fomnd worthy of emiaation is orher States. We have a natural pride in saying that Wisconsin is the pioneer State, where this union has hcen frit consummated A Yc.so aur. To sm Huro.-Leittia Blais dell. tie youWug girl who contfesed to having ad ,raioa.tered morphine to seteral members of Ikcjawuin Bla.eUll's family, at New Boutou, Nass. by which one child died, ha been sen tenced to be hung nest August.--The girl is said to be young anJ pretty. She was an aoup. ted daughter in the fauily. Her motives ior at 1eanpug to destroy the fainily remain in mystery. -The Judge, in his sentence, said-- We cannot account for them upon any satisfactory principles of humaw action."-N. O. Bee. CANADA.-A despatch ulthe th nilSt., gives the ,lhowiag pamrtcurs of an atiray iu the streets ut Muntreal, between the uarnch and a.ogish populat:on: la co~sequence of the announcement thA the Govenor had given orders to put under arms ivre busdrena Frech cwustablee, and the tiet that toWe men actatlly appeared in the streets, te soub became stil ilore aasperated. A arty, composed of'twenty Eagrsh geatleamea, eruled theuaelves into a body and encuntered these armed pulice, or cun.we le in the utreets, when quite a arce euageeneut ensued. Shots were ecihaulged, awnl Wa the conict two meWn were badly wounded, and uothers lghtiy. The Goverauient am.rices pe*rceiving lat they had adupted rather an u pua measure, aad im .rder to preserve peace, cisatermaaaded the or. der ia regard u the u .strabsarlygesce aid had them dn_ _aed. SThe juoavrille Jerwe contains the an -euad frightad narrative : .eariide.-- t"ririv or Saturday a san samed tewkirk, living twelve or litiena mles (trim this city, between the Bardhtowa and aat Lick roads, su his own another, nearly a hun dred years old. Atier the perpetration of the deed he re-kueded his gun, and, with ieres threats, odered a negru buy about twelve years to shout him. TIle buy ired the gun btn purpuosey missed him. Newkirk whipped she ty ternrily and then sent ftr a aneigbor to waum be remarked : "1 have shot my m .her do you think they will bang me 1" Hie soon erwaros disappeared, and, at the last accounts, all ta e.rt. ou the olbcers ofjustice to ihad i-.a had been uusut aL. We believe his aInghYr. gesasauy thank that he is insane, BI rnsTaoln.a 8nseacu. Ouunoa'.' We hearn, says Bu .oe Jormal, that Dr. Warren, of his ity, rekaetly took frum the tumsac of sn Irwb girl, at the Ms-uchbseus Imnsl tIlospital, by mneas of isciusio a sap worma furty ee fit asd usl i c s is length. Tae uperanse was pertbrmed while the eunlrer was under the ianemee of ether. bhe oseerved, i ouming to her aense, "Si! ! La. bad a pi.eas. daeas,and l nl relieved." 'Ie wound was dresld witb grat care, aad sM be. scarcely oumpaused f iain eaces tshM uperatu- . Th's, aw ar old, m the only casj s reneed, where the tap. wore bee been lit. -ru st mtnte hu m ua le .. A\ E.TBRPRISI.G CHILD. Cbild.-Muther, I want a piece of cake. Muther -1 haven't any-it's all gone. C.-t know there is some up in the cupboardt -1 saw it when you opened the door. M. -Well, you don't need any now; cake burts childreo. C.--No it don't-(whining)-I want a piece M1.-Be stii, I say, I shan't give you a bie if' you don't leave off crying. C.-(Still crying)-- want a piece of cake ; I want a piece ofecake. M.-(Riuing hastily and reaching a piece) There, take that and hold your tongue ! Eat' it up quickly; I'hear Ben coming. Now, doun't tell him, you've had any. (Ben enters.)C.-l've bad a piece of cake you can t have any. Ben.-Yes, I will; mother, give me a piece. ; M.l-There, take that-it seems as if1 I nev. er could keep a bit of any thing in the house. You see, sir, (turning to the child,) if you get any thing next time. (Another room.) C.-I've had a piece of cake! Young Sister.-Oh, I want some too. C.- Well, you bawrl, and mother 'Il give you a piece. An Antidote for poison.-A correspoodelat oftbe London Literary Gazette, alluding to the numerous cases of deaths from accidental pui. soning, and particularly the mnelancholy fate of the late Royal Academicain, Mr. Owen, adds: "I venture to aflirm, there is scarce even a cut. tage in this country that does not contain an iia. valuable, certain, immediate remedy for such events; nothing more than a desert spoonful of made mustard, wixed in a tumbler of warm wa ter and drank immediately. It acts as an instan. taneous emetic, is always ready, and may be us ed with safety in every case where one as re. quired. By making this simple antidote known, you may be the means ofsaving many a fellow creature tfom an untimely end." Dentr-clion of Saakes.--lor about a week past, says the St. Francisvillo Chronicle, somej few of our citZens have enjoyed themselves1 bhooting these terrors to man, in the back wo.; ter near our town. They seem to seek refuge in the trees, where it is supposed they resort to bask in the sun. They have succeeded in des troying upwards of one thousand, and they still ezxit in abundance. They have been known to take lodging in some of the houses in Bayoui Sara, when occupants of the dwelling are occa sionally greatly frightened by discovering them snugly ensconsed in the beds prepared for thein own comfort and convenience. We have not yet participated in the sport, but have been in .,rmed that it is rare fun. SDeocuATrc.-ýlajor Lewis Figg odras ibimself as a candidate for the convention to e model the Constitution of Kentucky. He an. nouaces that he will not only advocate the elec. tion of Judges. Magistrates, &c, &c, by the peo. ple, Iut will also go for the election of Preacher,, School masters and Tavern keepers. As to w..ritfs, Constables, &c, he regards them as nutisaces, and says he will go for abolishing them. lie considers it quite Anti Democratic to grant any set of men exclusive privileges, merely to bedevil and barrassother people about paying their debts, while they never pay their own.-Exchange. "Paoscurrrow ! Paoscarruwron!! Panscar,. TIo ! ! I-The Guillotine at work-Aisolher Head Of!-The faithful Democratic Poemas. e.e of this place has been proscribed for his opinions, guillotined for his political ýitb, by the 'no party' President ! Democratic papers throughout the Union please copy." We are pleased to add, in connection with the above, that Washington Chapman, Esq.,. removed a jew months since fot being a Whig, has been reinstated as Postmgster at this pie f[Florsda Whig. VERY Co:.UDA .ral.-A man in New York lately stood in the street and ate Dine bananas at four cents apiece, remarking that if they werl not so high he would take a couple home to his family. lWhem I goes a shoppin," says Mrs. Par. tingto., "1 allays asks for what I wants, and i .hey have it, and it's suitable and I feel inclined to bua it, and it's cheap, and can't be got at en my other place for less, I most allays takes it without chapperin' about it all day long, like some people does." O'" "ou want a flogging, that's what you want," said a parent to his unruly son "I know it, dad, but I'll try to get along with out it," said the independent brat. A sonot the Emerald Isle meetingacountry man whose face was not pertectly remembered, after saluting him most cordially, inquired his name. "Wash," was the answer. "Wash, Wash," responded Paddy, are you not from Dublina ? I knew two old maids there of that name-was either of them yer mother ?" Or The amtmegtree flourishes in 8ingapore near the equator.-Claslraad mllea. The Bostou Times says it flourishes in Con oreticut also, where it is commonly called whim osk. We i.at.d to show up some ofe no-souled fellows who are in the habit o ltprrowing their neighbor's newspaper. A mah who is is the habit of borrowig a paper because he is too penurious to ibeoribe for one which costs sia cents a week, we luuk upon as but little bet. er than thief, for be takes that which the po editor perhaps soeat hours is cudgelliog hii brais to produce, without leave or license, Ihuul defrauding hint of his jest dues. If this meet the eye of a borrower let him reform uad sen is hi, bilL.-Knickerbecker. Another Sabstitule.-As a sample of the mean ) ness that presides over the Baltmore and Phil-i adelphia Itailrad, they are tuo penurious to evenr buy whistles for their locomotives. They used pork as a substitute, or in other words, they keep a bog on each engine, and when they approachI ýa crossing, they just twist his tail till be squeals -Rocbester American. This shows it is possible to make a whistle out of a pig's tail Troy Post. TeE OVERFLOWED LAnns.-The las Con cordi:, Intelligencer says that in Jtil6, in l82*, and 144, the :ands overflowed were free from sicknoes ; but it tks been observed and deemed rather remarkable that the summer of the year succeeding the year of overflow has always been sickly on the overflowed lands. The N. 0O. Bulletin states that the steameri Mliqsouri, which left N. Orleans on the 29th ult. lstl on her trip thirteen deck passengers by cholera. Several others were sick, and with but little chance of recovery. STATIsrlCS OF FORKS AND SrPOOs.-A work on the "History of the Precious Metals," re. cenily published in Hartford, Conn., says tbej value of the Silver Tea.spoons in the United, States is estimated at 836.000.000, of Silver Table spoons 827.000,00:). of Silver FoPrk44,. 500,000, and ofplate and dining service 85,500, 000. If the speculator mnips his aim, everybody 'cries out "he's a fool,' and sometimes "he's ai rogue." If he succeeds, they besiege his door, and denaaud his daughter in marriage. Deaths in New York city for 1848, 16,919; adults 7020, children 8499. RATHER STrnoo.-'hbe Wilmington Blue; Hen's Chicken says, that the last Legislature o Delaware "was charanerized by two strong and predominating princeiples-the love of rnam and the hate of uiggers." "A lawyer," said Lord Brougham, in a face tious mood. "is a learned gentleman who res cues your estates from your enemies, and keeps t aem himself." NswsPraPa Dwars.-There is owing to the Natiunal Inlelligencer at Washington, from de. 'linqueut suhecrahers and others, $400,000. The suaacrber having been uthoizsed to act as agent for u, It, us ul t uwnsend, Crr & Co., of Pitrs. burgh, to contract Ior and lurnish planters aid whera with IRON and WOODEN AXLE TREE CANE CARTS, Light One Horfs uarts, Bagasea Car:s, Drays, Waggons for iwo or four horses, Ltht one horse Pleasure Waggoae, Canal Wheel Barrows, Porters' Barrows, Wood Barrows, and Timber Carri. agsu, is enabled to lurnash the above work on as good terms, and as cheap as can be lur. a.thed by any establishment In the U, Satles. The sub.eriber, also conlinues to famish work from Wheeling, Va., as usual. He has now for sale: 23 Iron Axle Cane Carts, without bodies, 17 Mule and Ox Certs with bodies, I Four horse Iron axle Waggon, without body I Four h,,rse Wood-axle Waggon do. 6 Canal Wheel.Barrows, 2 Wood wb.eel.barruws, for sugar house use, Harness and Hames ; Stra.bs Patent Corn.Mil!, Double geared Horse Power, Belt motion do., do,; Metallic Juice Pumps made in Cincinnati, es. preesly for cane juice; Plalstation Bells, IAnti attritiou metal: Globe Cuicks, for steam engines, Gcage Cocks, bor steam engine boilers, Cylinder Cýccki for steraO cylinders-3 sizes. N. B O;d copper, brass, composition box es and broken B-lls, bought at fair prices sc. carding to quality. m29 JAMES S. SIMMONS. Franklia Saw lill. The subscriber, now ready to receive anm 611 orders br Sawing or 'or Planing Lumabe, at the following prices, to wit: Fur all mnerchantable Lumber sawed It fill oan bill as per directuon at So0 per thousand. For Palings sawed or ripped, from one iech stuff, at $10 per thousand. For LMtice work at $5 perthousand, rounning measuse. For plannlt., tonguing and grooving, Sooringor ceiling, 80 per Ihousand. For planing the lace walbout the tongue and groove, $7,50 per thousand. '1 hey eel confident that the quality of their Lumber, and neatness of Iheir work will please the meet lassidiou-and feeling thus, they would respectfully invite all those who want Lumber, to call and see them before purches. iug.elaewhere. All Ibey ask is reuaneabl' ahare ol patronage, which they will endeavot to merit. Apnl 24. GATES de BARNARD. Blae.snmItlim arn Clarra.e Work. The Partnershp exsting under the style o James Emnison d Co., was on tae st oIMarch last dissolved by mutual cnnouat. , rThe subscriber will carry on basils oe his wn accouct' at his shop on Jackson treet, where he i prepared to do all kinds o( plata. lion and carriage work on the ment reasonabl ecrme. Tbose havint carruages can have them repaired at the old stand of Mr. Sa.IprtwaIIt as hersiofore. ROBer. I.ASHI.BY. Franklia, Aprl 26, 184. Splendid Jewelry. Just received the largest assortment of JE WIELR Y, WATCHES, nad FANCY GOODS ever brought to Franklin. The Ladies and gentlemen are respectaully invited to call and ex. ;amune my stuck otfJwelry, consisting of the la tet stile ,.f Ladies' Coral, Cluster and Cameo Broaches ; Coral Necklaces and Beads; plain, 'chaste, Garnet, I'urquois and Alliaace Finger 'RKings ; Plain. Chaste, Cluster, Coral, Jet and Garnet Ear Rings; Octagon, Oval, Round and lunting Lockets ; Plain, Chaste, Box, Cameo and Coral Bracelet Clasps; Cameo and Coral Blracelets; Illuminated Motto Visiting Cards, and Card cases; Gold Waist-Buckles, steel Beads and Rings. I have tor the Gientlemeo, Gold and Silver Watches ; Diamond, Coral, Garnet, Turquois, Bhex, Plain and chaste Mtuds ; Gold Fob and :est Chains; Vest Buttons, tine watch Keys; Gold Pens; Gold and Silver Pen.holders; Gold and Silve. Suspender.Buckles ; Diamond, Co ral and Garnet Pius ; Topaz, Cornelian and plain Signet Rings, and many other articles too tedious to enumerate. A. F. McLAIN. Flanklin, March 29, 1649-3m. Bishop Polk's Remeedy for Cholera. The prescription four the above preparation ilha at last reached us, and the very judicious eunmbinatioo of several potent Stimulants, Ano. dybnes, Anti..pasl.odaes and Sudird~cs, make at invaluable in 'he early stages of the disease. From the nature of its angredients, it will r. imp. Ily produce a warm perspiration-setle the nausea and vomiting, and thence will bring 'blUts a reaction, and the purging will cease, in. dependent of the strong opiates generally used. It has been carefully prepared at my shop where ii is tur sale, and where I will lurnish written and verbal Inlormatlon of tie use from observa. tion and otherwise. C. BABE, M. D. April 24, 1349, Apothecary's Halt Mlorgad's Literary Depot. EXCHANGE PLACE, ADJOININO THE POST.OFIICE, NEW ORL&I.ra. At the above establishment may always be found Books of erey .dscriplioa, consistM inr of Novels, Histor', Biiography, Scientific, Commercial, Geographical and Medical Works Also, a Complete Assoriment ofStationery, to getlhr with all the principal Daily and Week ly Newspapers and Magazines. Counry orders for any article in the trade supplied and forwarded with dispatch. Books mailed. Prompt attention paid to any work ordered by mail. Foreign Books imported to order. J. C. MORGAN, Literry Depot, adjoining the Post Olce, N'te Orleans, L... P. 8. Complete arrangements have bees made with the principal Publishers bIhoughout the Union, for a supply of new works as fast as isqued. j. c. k. Tailolring. Frederick Ehrhardt would respectrully in. form the citizens of Franklin and the public, that he has lately opened a shop on jain at., on the cnrner of Wrxel's lot, and nearly oppo. site Messrs Hare & Birdsall's store, where be will ca-rv on the Tailorang Baisineea, 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 knowledge of his bitaines, he trusts, will enable him to giie the best of satislaction to his customers. Frankltin. ),.h.28. N144 Brick Makilg. The undersigned being now prepared to en. gage actively in BRIUK MAKING, tenders his services to the public. U. will be able to perlorm jobs witb dispatch, and guarantees his work. FREEMAN WELCH. Orders left at this oice will be punctally at 'ended. Franklin, Feb. 22n 1849. ClotelLri Clthaia i The subscnber as now opening at his NEW STORE, the racst ezteesive aseortmest of SUMRllR CWLOTHING ever offered in this Market, to which he wuld cell the attentin of hbe sotner. ous customers end the people lpeaerlly who desire Cheep Bargqins and A No. 1 Gooas. The Stock haes been latd in with grea care ad rannot fad to suit all who wll call and exam. ce it. CHARLES B. BAYLIEi. Pattersonville, March II, 1849. o.4tice. I have appoiated Mr. Jan Yasey of this place, my agent during my absence Irom the conetry. All persons r.debted to me, or bar. ia claiems agmaant me, will please call on himp for settlemeat 9( the some. 1. P. YANRY. Centreville, March 12.1843. Apothecary aul. The undersigned will always keep on hand. large and select asmertomet of Drgp, Medi emes, Chemicals, Perfuetery, Family and Pa rent Medicines, Window Glass, Oils, Paints and other articles in his hae; all of which he ,.g.rs to the public on accommodating trms and low prces. Th assortmeat of Btneic Mediciae will be kept up as complete as beretlfore. CHAtLS RAtE, H. D.