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Port et Frank-inu.
*v#ioed. May 13, Sch. A. S. Lanfier, Cap t
le rurn New York.
W.~ Ilarding
as8 an liedependent, VVbig Catididate to repre.
sent thi. Parish in the State eit.
laIdepetîdent Casididate fur Siiertifi
LEWIS R. CURI'I:S,
_____ Against the Field!
We are authorized lu asitmtungîce le I)EA- I
i-lOI .SS.AYE as a ('iaudldal-o fur thie uffice ut,
,Sheritr.,t tî*is pariali.
Ware. aulliorized to anisounve IA RI)IN
BULRNLEY as a Candadaie I'.r lthe office ut":
ilieriff o& thi Pari-;h.
We areath-iîîk.riset. tu aiaîauuiicuIe NR
R. \E l'ON aisa Candidate l'r the Asseitssur.!
ship ut titis Parisb.____
We are authmuized to announice JOSEi>H'
MIILLET' as a Candidate fur ihe Aýsses:iurâbili
Notue d,înn utoriis:es à annoncer Mr. P.ý
î>ELAIIOUSSAYE cumins canididat pour Wa
jîlace de Shérif de celle parîibiase.
Noîus soinaî:ie,î auîtorisés à annonîcer I1.AR-ý
[)IN ItU-itS I.ISÏ cdîiîni c.-tîdidat pou'r la
jî,îce deî Nitîéî , -je ('teliîail.
R N rAtSUN commîe Candidéit jeour la pa~
d'As-e--oîî de celte Partiis2e.
.MILLE 1' cuîinîe ('îituidau pour ta j.la4e d*:
:eSseur de (:ette V;1 r-i.e
Avis.
ETAT DE LA LOUIHIANE.
Cour de District,
Pl\rî.aSe Stei. Marie
Succession de Ieu E. Pecol.
Artendu que J. V Fourmny, adminis.
iralteur de la diue succession, à entégistré deans
c.rite.* cour un tLabienu de son admnitslra!ion de
lia dui!e ffessiunaiimlî qu'une l>"!ion demand
niit (que le dit lableau suit huminulugué et ap.
prou, é.
AVIS ral par le présent donnué à tous ceux
que ela pe-ut 'concerner d'avuir à deduire dans
le dtix iajrs qui stiivruint la dite du préseint avis
l" ruisons(t4 aucunes ils 0ai) 2uur lesquelles
il ne serait pas fait droit à s* demnnde.
J. V. FOURMY, Greffier.
Bîiu'u. du Grffi.-r 81 Mai, 1849.
Avis.
ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.
Cour de Dits i ici,
PaduissSe Ste Maliee
Succession de leu William Knigler.
Attendu que Roiyal W. Harris. curateur de
la dite successiin, à enregiiasré dans cette cour
son comple d'adniaistratiun a*us qu'ne petition,
dtemandant que le dit compte soit homologué
Avis est pur le présent donn6 à tous ceux
que cela peut concururer d'avoir à deduire dans
les dix jours qui suiviont la datedu present avis
les raisons, tni aucune il-s ont, pour lesquelles il
ne serait pas lait drpit à ai demande.
J. V. FOURMY, Greffier.
Bureau du Grefier, 30 Maii, 1849.
Avis.
ETAT DE LA LOUISIANF.
Cour de District
Parnismse Ste. Marie,
Succe'sion de feu Elizabeth H. Kaigler.
Attendu Royal W Harris Executeur de la
dite uccession à enregistré dans cette cour un
comple final de son adminietration de la dite
uccesuion, ainbi que se petition demandant
que le di compte soit duement homol.>gu6.
Avis est par le present donné a tous cous
que cela pitt concerner d'avo.r a deduire dan.
le dix jimrs qui suivront la da:e du présen
avis, le, raisons, ai aucune ils ont, pour les
quelles il ne serait pas fait droit a s deminde.
J V POURM Y Greffier.
Bureau de Greffier, 30 MNiai. 1849
Vente de Succeusion.
Cour de Disîric!.
Paroise Ste. Mmner
Succession de leu John P. Conrad,
En vertu d'un ordre lancé par l'honorable
Cour de district dans et pour la paroisse Ste.
Marie, en date du 4 courant, il sera vendu, Sa-4
niedi, le 16 Juin prochain, au bureau d'Alex.'
andre Brette dans la ville Franklin, toutes les!
propriétés et effets appartenant à la dite succes
sion, savoir:
Un L»t de Terre situé dans la ville Franklio,
avec les ameliorations qui'y appartiennent, une
quantité de propriétes personelle., ainsi qu'une
bibliotheque choice, se composant de beaux
livres do lecture et do loi, parmi lesquels se
trouvent les Rapports de la Cour Supreme
(complets), une copie de Niles' Register, depuis
le ler volume, ainsi que tous les livres de loi
dont on sert maintenant dans les Cours de cet
Etat.
Conditions de la Vente.-Toutes sommes au.
dessous de 825 comptant, et toutes sommes au.
dessus de 825 payables à six mois du jour de la
vente, les acquéreurs devant fournir leurs bil
lets avec caution solidaire, portant huit pur cent
d'interet par an de lour éché6.ce jusqu'a parfait
paiement, et les biens-fonds devront rester spe.
cialement bypothequés jusqu'au paieinmnt finale
du principal et interets.
R. N. McMILLAN, Curateur.
Ste. Marie, Mai 7, 1849.

For th" ' Ple-- rs.- 8 bs.u*
&uas t f Thearuosr .da .e*&..
werwd at Aporhlary'a ll, Aaashid,
umamnciag *. 2J. 1849.
TaBsauouwrea. WBATERn.
2&I .4 e.O 77 cr. cr. cl.
24th 76 86 87 cr. cr. cl.
256th 77 84 85 cr. cr. cl.
26th .72 68 77 cr. cl. cl.
27th 69 80 74 cl. cl. cl.
28"'h 71 77 78 cr. cr. cr.
21hh 6" 7 "/ 77 fr. er. fr.
"Whait Weeting.
The whigs of the pariah of St. Mary are re.
quested to meet at the Court House, in the town:
of.ranklin, on Saturday. the 9th day of June,
for the purpose of receia ing the report of the'
Delegates to the Baton Rouge Convention, and
ofesponding to the nominations made at that.
me.ting--and to adopt vigorous measures for
the success of the whig party in its sta', and
parish nominations.
It is expected that all the whig candidates
for the Legislature will address the meeting ont
theimportant topics involved in the November
election. A numerous meeting of the iWhigs
is therefore confidently expected.
JOSHUA BAKER.
President of the Parish C .nvention.
G. L. FcsEtLtEa
C. Si. CHARIPENLIER,
Vice Presidents.
f. C. Wn.sox.
l'aoMs J. FoaTER
Secretaries.
COLD COIMFRT FOR THE MARTYRST.-'Fhe
~levelantd Plain D_.,'cr, a Cass paper, says :
"It father Ritchie supposes the people care
cune fig about all such kind of toub;es at Wasil
itnton, he is greatly mistaken. They do not
spend their money, and exsttions at elections,u
siltlply tiha a few cormorants can latten on the
sioils The great mass oftlqbe people care no
thing abh,ut otlice. All they want is a good
government, and these accounts in the would be
government organ, of the groans of ollice-hol.:
ders at our national capital, are sic:ky and dis
gusting. 3Someliiay mulst hold the offices and
discharge the dutie., and under a Democratic.
adlainistration. we claim this shoukl be done .l
lemuocats. But when the people have in aL
constitutional way declared for a change, die
game-submit like men-and not go out of of
tice blubbering lake louts."
"Aid and comfort to the enemy."-A Demo
cratic paper says of Father Ritchie :
"The course of this is not manly; it is that
of a beggar; he seeks to place the Demnocracy
iu as neariable a light belfre the dountry as
be stood when he advocated the Mtate Bank
system, and the party to whose skirts he hbu.g.
b*oldly proclaimed fur the lndependent Treaau
ry."
WiAT was DOmE BY MRa POLK's ADMInNIS
TrATIoN.-The National Whig gtves us tue
fulouwig incident6in the prolessions and prac
tice of the late administration :
"Dr. Mintge was appointed Post-master at,
:-A'impaigm (V.a.) to fiii a vacan-y occasionedt
.by rtsiguation. -Afier Mr. Plk came into pow.
er, be requested a gent!eman of this city to writ,.
.to his da.gbter in Virginia whb,,e li.e had bee,
sae.d by Dr- Minge's skill, that not a hair ofi
the Doctor's head should be tou1-hed. A fete
days there after, a change came over Mr. Polk's
dream, aid Dr. Minge was beheaded. Per
haps she Union can tell us somethinlg al'out thelat
thing, though it was at the time, as silent asi
the grave about violation lof p!edges."
AccoaMonATrzo.-A ceramn son of St. Cris
pA., recently called on a neighboring blacksmith
toget the steel corks ol is horse shoes shar.
posed, and being in great haste, he asked :
"Can't you do it without taking his shoes oftl"
"I don't know," said Vulcan, "but if you will
hold his feet in my forge, I will try.
To mesan Kir Govzrs.-First, see that
you.r hads are clean, then put on your gloves
and wash them as though you were washing
your hand, in a basin of turpentine, until quite
clea--then hang them up in a warm place, or
where there is a good current of air, which will
erry offthe smell of turpentine. This. method
was brought from Paris, and thousands of
.onmds have been made by it.
Ton NtaRous TA.l G SIDES.-The St.
S]Louis Ujioa says that it learns from a gentle
saa fraom the western part of Missouri, that a
`large mmber of colored persons in the border
aestissouth of the Missouri river, hbd become
disaptisded with their old religious organization
`bm I.had gone over to the "North"division of the
, eseodals church.
asiC t mal mum una e entered my sleeping room
-. wmln w whik was opec at the f.i
sols my pstealnoas, in the pock
et. ich wý ag re twenty dollar bills, one
tea dollar bill, a doobloon, and about lour dol.
lars is silver in a pure, a gold pes and silver
I case with my name on it, a congress
, a brass key to my office. and a smalll
drawir key; a 8ilver Watch worth about $35,
a d watch key and a blqck watch guard.
Weever my detect thetbief or obtain and
seeimd the mosey will be suitably rewarded.
D. DENNETT.
FPalis May 31, 1849.
NEW AND FASHIONABLE
IRY I SDS STORE.
The subseriber has just opened at his
NEW STORE
es 1Waa See, seal deeoor to Dr. Cissa's, a
Fle Asoutmete of
a9Y GOOD8, CLOTRING, HATS,
55O S , 4c. d&.,
-b~ be ers at the Lowest Prices.
- ISAAC LEVY.
* h lis, May 7IT, 1848.
"i G e a small nat boat, the owner
04 be i by pyting cbhrges.
SEDWARD LAM8.
IFraakllin Holtel.
The untder-igtned r.-.tcizluIly informs the,
public tha tihe FRA-NKIl.IN lit)TEL Is nowu
ii giod coniJitin, h.,vwus u:.der.oie ilhoough
r.-lpir:e and rre'lvtd Initay ! pIimOp tailt iblpruve
IPenl wilil) the last lew militt.
Elr is lplrpmi.led Io aciomuniildale.e Iravellers,
h..arders and the .ubhlc gen'.i e;l, ini a mialllel
which he trusls will puove siralstaciorv to all.
lie a loi has a Iarge l1 commodeousm Stable,
,nil c,.I atiord the best ol accoiinmodla lions lor
horst s, andI he aer'ps Coi.nslantIy 'n land supe
or horses iiianld buggi's to irt' on remsonablei
t ,emn. JO N C. GOiRDY.
1Frakinii, My. 31, 1,49.
.addlery.
"The undlerstigmnd i.is just opened a
Shop on MAlra street, at the place fIr-;
i,,etri o-cuplied by the late Mr. G. Eichler,
where he nineis carryvin on l] Irness~-mt'sktmrr
-sod Saildderv in all their stiriiu. ranches. llj"
will at ill touns lIe p.rep red io do aiv work ~iil
ht-. iue of liasines Which the puhlihhc may re.
uire ol" hbrn. His charges will alwisi ble
rea,sonal-. Cil. KOUK.
Franklin Mai 31, 1949-1y.
Cisterns.
The undersigned is ,,ow prepased to put up
vyp.eas WATEITK CIST'ERNS, in the best ofi
tltder, at short otle, l and oii the iioInl ltCesolltl
ble tea in.
lie as prepared to build FLAT HOAT'I'Soi
an' asiz, anid a ll Iuritih mantet al It desired.
He ia ..! so ready to in Ike etictr.errts for bull
d'ii. lhises of any descrip,:ioln, or to pet fori,'
Carpenter's ITork ol ally ki.ul. Any job
Shicb he lnv engage 4olo will be perlormed
a ith the uisno.t dispatch. and d elivered in- the
tbst ol order.
For particulars, apply at the Banner office.
SAMUEL CARY.
Centreville, May 31, 1849-ly,
Rats and Roaches
Hare disappeared in ,hundreds of places in
this Parish, within the last few weeks, where
omy preparation has been used. It will kill
Rats and roaches and "nothing else," tor
nothing else will eat it. References;-All
who hare used it.
Directions: Spread some of the paste on
stilff paper or board, and throw it in your daaw.
ers barns or sugar houses, etc., and it will be
eunsumed-fatally to the consumer.
C. RABE.
Apothecary's Hall.
Frenchll and American QUININE, Mort.
phine, Engleihh Calomel, Jalap, Rhubarb, Ipe.
car, Blue Pill. Blister plaster, Mustard, and all
other remedies used during the Summer season
hash been received in fresh and selced supplies
and will be sold at prices to suit the tinmes.
Always on hand she fashionable Patent Medi;.
cines of the des, viz : all the Vermilfuges in use
ISarsaperilla'sof various makes, Spice Bitters,
Wine Bitters, Cordials and Svrups of all kinds'
Come and see my compl/ee Assortment.
mv24 CHARLES RABE.
Stray Borse.
Taken up on the plantation of John F. Miller
a large sorrel horse, blaze lace, roweled in the
breast, white feet. and fiery. The owner may
6ind him at the plantation above named.
Saw Will Notice.
Our saw mill. at Centreville, is now in full
operation. Cypress lumber of any description
will be furnished at short notice
PRICES.
For Clear stuff per. M. $25,00
Merchantable. 20,00
Lathing, Picket Stuff&c, ronning
measure, 10,00
Hard Lumber, such as LiAo Oak, Ash, 4'c.,
suitable fmmr Cart Bodies, Plough Beams, Sugar
mill Collrs, ona band at the mall and for sale on
reasonable terms.
Any kind of Lumber, hard or soft, sawed to
order at the amill at short notice.
COWAN & CAREY.
Ceutreville May 22, 1849.
New Geeds.
Just meceived and now opening full supplies
of Plantaon Articles, an eatenisive assortment
of fe Spping Lad Summer Dress Goods, Clotlh.
iag, Hats sad Shoes, &c., by
Mhrcl 26, 1849 8. SMITH.
State of Louisiana.
PARISH OF ST. MARY.
By virtue of the authority by law in me vest.
ed, notice is hereby given that on Mo.day. the
4th day of June prIttno, Elections will be held
for Police Jurors to serve for two years from
said 4th June. to represent the tollowing Wards
and to be held at the place, and thrl.,e the
;onmmissionets hecreinafter designated and
narned :
1st Ward, at the house of Antoine Romero.
hefore Richard Wilkins, George S:ngleton and
Win. Rose.
2d Ward.et the store of Simeon Patout be.
fore Ursin Pruvsot, Jr., F. 1). Richardson and
Benjamin Borel.
3d " ard, at the house lately occupied by NMr
Davidson, before J. A. Frere, Alcide Pecot
and Chas. Pecot.
5:h Ward, at the ctore of (;.illard & Lance
lin, Itef,rc Jas. l'aylos, W. S. Harding and M.
I'ilcher.
6th ;'ard, at the house of l1. R. Nerson, be.
fre II. R. Nerson, G. Perrett and A. Mc
WS dliamts.
rlh Ward, at the house of J. T. Hawkins,
hetbre J. T. Hawkins, John Barnard and Ju.
lius Johnson.
10th %, ard, at the Coffee [louse of Yaney :
C'o. before F. Dancy, John 'aney and Robert
B. Royster.
12th Ward, at the house of Thos. Stanshury.
before Jas. N. Wafford, John Tarlton, and Au
,uste Landry, Sen.
.\dl said Conmissioners are hereby enjoin.
..d to make due returns according to law. to the
C:lerk of the I'olice July and the menmbers elect :
will present themselves Ir qualiliation at the,
(',,urt House ofl'saiJ parish on the first Monday
of July next. iI. W. HARRIS,
Preident Police Jury.
Notice.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
District Court,
Pa lsh ofSa. Maiy
Esltate of E. Pecot, dec.
Whereas J. V. Fourmy, administrator
of said est.,te has filed in this court a tab!eau!
of h"s adnminisration ol saiid estate, together
with his petlllio praying that the same may be'
duly h,,,,ol,,,atted and approved.
Nticels therefore herreby given to all those
whoum II do.h or iaa;'v concern to show cause,
i .arn they have, wilthin ten days from the date
hereol why the prayer ou sid jpeiitoner should
not be grunted.
.I V FOUR1\Y, Clerk,
('lerk's office, .ay 31. 1l49.
Notice.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
District Ciurt.
Parish olf i. Mlary
Estate a WiVlliam Kaigter, dec.
Whereas, Royal W Harris, Curator of said
estate has tiled in this court an account of hitv
.adnuistratio n of said estate, together with his
'petition praying that the same maiy be homo.
-agnateJ.
Notice is therelore given to all those whom i'
duoh or may concern to show cause, ii any they
have, within ten dsy front the date hereof, why
the prayer of taid petltioner shiuld not Le
granted. J. V. FOUK) Y, Clerk.
] Clerk's oftice, Ma y 30, 1349.
Notice.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
District Court,
Parish oa St. Mary.
Estate of Elizabeth H Knigler, dec.
Whereas Royal W. Harris. Ezeculr of said
Iretate has filed in ihis court a final account ol
his administration of said succession, t,- "ther
with his petition praying tha th i slgame maw
be hbomologated.
Notice is hereby given to all those whom it
doth or may concern to show cause if any th, y
have, withic ten days from the date hereof, wi y
the prayer of said petitioner should not be graut.
ed. J V FOIJRMY, Clerk.
Parish of St. Mary, May 30. 1849.
Dental Noficc
The .b=eribcrr has taken the ofice formrli
occupied by D,. B:aldride, and neariy op,',site
the store of Mlesis. Hlare ,& Biid:tall. for the
practise ofDlentitry. He intends to remain in
Franklin. and will he ready at all times at hi'
itlice to pelrorm all the various ,oeration; on,
teeth coinected with hisl profession. Onera
tions will Ibe perlormed either with or without'
administering ether ot chloroftrm.
G. C. LF.SLIE.
Franklin lMay I., 1.49.
MORE NEW G0ODS.
.1 ,Nerout aqupply of/ Sprint
Has just been received at my store, fresh:
from New Orleans, where I hat'u lately pur
,-hased them. 'hey will be sold at my nýuall)
LUW PRICES. The ladies in partticlar are..
respectfully invited to call and examine my New
G(oods. MAYER M1.AYER.
Flanklin. May 10, 1949.
Probate Sale.
])iatrict Court,
Parish of St. M4Ary
Estate of John P. Conrad, dec.
By virtue of an order granted by the Honora.
ble the District Court in and for the parish oh:
St. ,!ary on the 4th inst., there will be sold on'
Satuiday the leth June next, at the office of
Alexantder i3rette. Esq., in the town of Frank
liin, all tthe property and eflects of said estate,,
consisting of a 'Town Lot in said town, with,
the improvements thereon, sundry personal pro.
perty and a select and extensive Library con
sisti|ng of Law Books and Standard Literary
Works, amongst which wil be fouI.d lull setts
Supreme Court Reports, a Copy of Niles' Re-,
gister conmmencing with the tirst volume, to
gether with all the Text Books now in use in
the Courts of this State.
Terms of Sale :-All sums under $2.i cash,,
all sums over $ra yayable 6 months after they
day of sa!e ; purchasers to furnish their notes
with stal,,factory security in sulido, to bear eight
per cent per annum interest from time due until
paid, and the real estate to remain specially
mnrtgaged until full and entire yayment of prin
cipal and interest.
IR. N. MeMILLAN, Curator.
Parish St. Mary, May 7, 1849.
Fahemstsok' Vermifuge.
A fresh supply of this valuable remedy for
worms, just received at the Franklin Drug
Store. G. N. SEAGRAVE.
Pocket Kinives, Razors, &c.
An invoice fl rIie pocket and pen knives,
Wade & Butcher's fita Razors, lather Brushes
Shaving Cream., Razor Strops, &c., just re.
craved at the Frankin L)rug S:ore. Grnrle.
men who `tand in ineed of a fine Knife or R..
azr will find at for their advantage to examine
this assortment before purchasing elsewhere.
G. N. SEAGRAVE.
Notice.
All persons having claims against the es.
I t:e of Samuel S;tterthwatt, deceased, are here
by requested to present them to the understlgure
WM, W. RICE,
Curator.
Carts and Waggons.
36 Mule Carts with shales,
4 '" ." " tongues.
5 Ox Carts,
4 iBagmase Carts complete.
3 Farm Horse Waggons for sale by
May 14 M. WALKER & CO.
Fruits, &c.
Dried Prunes. s bmxes and jrrs, Raisins, Je+.
lies, Preserved Ginger, English and Amerea,
Mustard, Nutmegs, Mace, Cinnamon, Spice.
Ca'yene and black pepper, Sfr sale by
G. N. SEAGRAVE.
Old Port Wine and Braudy.
A fiw dozen bottles put up exirssly lr Ih
use or iovalids-warranted to be anIfrinr I.
none, for sale by G, N. SEA iRAVE.
Death on Rats and Reaches!
A certain and safe preparation, which wii
destroy and consume the rats without their lea
ving a smell, is offered to the publio.
The "Death on Rats" has depopulated Nev
Orleans of those noisome quadrupeds. and m
preparation has been extensively tried in th:
parish. For sale in covered pots 9 various sl
zes at my shop.
CHla .5 RABE.
Yc Or/cer ": and Aut rkapas !eaener.
A. W. YA'LEAI.
Jan. GETSANGER, Mals:Pr,
Will mrke regular trips lw,..v en New Or
hans rnd Sr. Mrarltniville, touchitiir . ag ;!1 ihe
Iandlr,,n's n the "l'..,e, ~t,'haf:,ia.v, B.rwick's
.av It . . n,, Kfi, uiffttd bayou fiL:.ck.
(IJr 'ITh. u eat t,;i.irr bi en pIurchased ex
pres' i'- tr 'or ah, rve trade w:;! i.t :it, emire
<PAlon. u`ý
t.LtaUr as tand Vi'e r. hI/., R' :lar Parke:
'lhe New L.ight I)r:uaght, theat ru ning Steate.
MONDI..S14,
P. D:r. Ltllorss. v , 1lastei.
l'urcha'ed expret.slvy r th." trade. il run
:ra . ieiulait packet thro(ughlout the entire season
between New t)rie ns and St. .Manrtinsville.,
:anding frei'ght or pa.:sergers at Pattersonville.
(ent rev il!, Franklin, Indan Bendt, Provost'
L.an'i, ,. N,:w "l',, n, lfass Point, and all it:
terneli ate landing; in the route.
The .\ion.Hana s .4, very !igh' draught, anlr!
f,r speed and acco,::'lhtri.l it unsurpassed
!,v any boat in the t'rade. SheI is also supplie"l
fir. liImps. and a l)crthr. or extra Engine, ,fn
sabtyr again-t e.plosic, of the hnilrs.
I)artv & ilit~rcque' and l)arbs & Fremoule.
Agents in New O)rltean,.
Regular Packet heiween New Orleans and
A 'takapas.
The fine, new. r ht running steamer
BANNER OF A'ITAKAPAR.
Wm S. Jounso:. Master,
WVill run as a regular packet between St.
.Martinsville and New Orleans, via. Plaquemint.
while that l~ayu remains open, and during
the low uater season, by the Atchalslaya route.
-Tire BA.NNER was buit expressly for the
trade. in the most substantial manner, of the
hest materials, and after the most approved mod
els, and owners rely upon the planters and mer
chants of Attakapas fir patronage.
.ewe Orleans awl AUlakapas Packet.
GREY EAGLE,
DAVID MLctGaH, Malsier,
Is now making regular trips between Atta
kapas and New Orleans, and will continue on
the route, by way of Plaquemine, during the
high water season. Capt. Muggah feels confi.
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 thil to be pleased with
the accomodations which the boat affords.
Capt M. hopes to receive the tavors of new pa
trons as well as thebo patronage ot his former
friends,
New Orleans and Attakapas Packet.
BERTRAND.
E. CASTILLO, Master,
Having commenced her regular trips between
Attakapas and Now Orleans, and being well
adapted to this trade, will continue running on
this route during the season. No pains will be
spared to promote the comfort of passengers,
and give satisf ction to all who may favor the
boat with their patronage.
To Hire
Two likely negroes to work at the Coopering
business. They are both experienced hands,
and those who may employ them in making Su.
gar Hogsheads will find their services satisfac
tory.
For particulars apply at the Banner office or
to the subscriber. W S. GORDY.
Bayou Sale, March. 29, 1849.
For Rent
The house and lo: on .Main Street recently
occupied by Mr. R. N Mc Mhllan.
April 24, 1849.
Wm C. DWIGHT
Notice.
Thore will be a meeting of the creditors of
the estate ol Henry Woodsworth, on Wednes
davy, May 30:h, at Pattersooville, before J. A.
Dumartrait, Ruecorder,
LYMAN SANDER'ON.
May 12, 1840-2t. Administrator.
COME AND SEE
A small lot of superb oil painted
Window Shades
Landscape, Drapery, arches, with all the neces.
4ary highly finished trimmings complete.
their superior style makes them an ornamenM
,o dwelling houses, while they are in the end
nmore economical than white muslin curtains.
The trimmings are ready fitted to the rods, so
is to cause no further espense to the purchaser.
For sale at Apothecary's Hall.
CBARLES R.BE.
Spring Goods.
The s,,bscrihers are receiving theirosual stock
,I spring goods, consisting ot a great variety of
I)ress goods, Bonnets, Hats, Caps, Clothing.
*hildren shoes, &c. together with -tany other
irticles too numerous to er.numerate.
J. W. & R. E. TALBOT.
March. 27, 1849.
Townsend's Sarsaparilla.
Thirty s:x dozen of this famous Medicine
,int received and for sale at my store.
n13 CHiRLES RABE.
Notice.
Estate of B. A. Curtie
All persons baring claims against the Estate
ere requested to present them to the undersigned
.t they mav be placedon the tableau, and those
ndebled to Estate will please come forward and
,ay up immediately.
"CLARA FOURMY Administratris
L. R. CURT18 Administrator
May 3, 1849.
New Arrivals
Of Fancy Candy. Chocolate, Pickles, Syrups
"ordials and Medlical iquors, all of whichL ae
:uaranteed to be of the fiaest qualitr, for sole
at mya shop. C aLS. DbBLg,

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