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SuScessios dea IIabr Stewait,deM ce Vemt dm. Ordos h.eé6 par l'onorable CWde district 6Ma-6t6W'uhimh~roiaae Ste Nu% &uS*$ go M e14 jl*ae vendu, Se raudis le 44 iloja pm*eia oau bureasp de rad L.aima~r bernrf6 agemmGea. rue,, da« la cm.r.a,à r.~de Outieoe ju de la .dd r"8lm uu» arpau pu padisjitabm mesord pur , om Ilsde 4me P.adotb agu oùe "plam poqr8oMor me~a*- et.dus par* aurre M 0Madmu Eh... li-a J~~a8 dpu *~ ~~4 mmssm d "tre S dama la magqd~mem.swrie ir M.~a,~ude ac= a~Urlmm& 1 L~adomo.- g` u sn ve4>e eanurnb J.,TEMIER, adm.eseuraleçj Me.0 f - m el t La à' I. h *no vp f tS Vente de Suçcesssirn. Cour de District, Paroisse Sice. Marie Suceesemte d'Aboy sawdrs déodé. Eo vertu 4'un ordre aceo.dé par l'hoa«rable ctçr Je distries dans et pour la paroisue Ste. ManAp, daté le cinq courant, il sers vendu Sa *nedi le 14 jous de Juillet prochain à la dernier reuidwoo de la délese dans la ville de Frank lin, touteste les propriétéw et ef&ets appartenaut à la dite succession, consistant en une Mai4on et Tersain danuia ville de Franklin. sur la Seconad rue, borné au sud par le terraispur lequel reside M J G Olivier, et au Nord per le terrain de Felix Burke. Oase esclaves Creoles de choix, dont huiat du sexe masculio et trais du sexe femintu. Conmdilmos de la Venie.-Une moitié paya ble le prensmier de Mars, 1850, et l'autre moitié payable le Ir de Mars 1861. Les acquereurs devresi fournur leurs ailles avec bonne et ouf. fisasie scurué resuaU hvpothèqués jusqeu'a par »am paiemeat. H. ANDERSON, Adsniistrateur. Paroisem Sie Marie, 7 Joio, 1849. Gucoewo o gh Grraent dec ditaIsi. fpmà emi Marié et »o éU'e~, jezPCt- à la 'naimosde cor vlewtd pr- It ,ii #es * pulil6qu.. -joglw; p& "M ~9'o a entre lu moe~i ~ et proê heume de I uprès midt, dgfr~Isse p«somdiIe àp. ~~~o lâ dnIsau mou~t' u o.~sa$eaboo M taieq~ ua r&'.aWle1a oséo em et<ui, uoi.7d d \n\n Parish of 8U.&LM Iy Ah .r jij .I IW ertr,d ee . Ay t ~t fn Ut'bg egSted b thebonor .hlo i rid tComet heed for te parish of St UL .p6t b lae there will be sold on Ssriad7,' uthe I iJt lt , at the ooice of t .e tldado f ler, lin street, in oedsrtt l wNot e property and -f. et sa rid itstae,l g rit: A ctiu ldt br parcel of land situated is ~bis to waet orP e rear street of the town ofd Ie, ~oalsuing six asperficial arpens, .boa) sor. e by .a. alley of twelve feet ini wid tto fte ailud forever left open and formaerl by the land of Mrs. Elizabeth .nith wibe o a Bell, sad south by land hereinan. ter dtbrlbi and east by the said rear street, with aio tdebnldinga and improvements there os, rights and ap'tenances thereunto belong. A certain precl of land situated in the afore said towa dof Frtakiin, containing three arpens sad three-bfourthie of a arpent, superficial men. sare, hathg oft beadred and twenty teet frunt begiing at the seuth east corner of the above lot, and runaiag >o ard the seboot bone lot, a tb u th w parallel jire. Swswat,aee., ·69eire4 by pircbp& from Jinn Masti., as per 60 pssed before John A. Du. mrttiqro, o tbselgutl dqy of November, 1945 rneor an e thii e cday ia book No.12 of Mqrgd s, p p ae . . Stwo }ohs will besoid together and ad tq gnetYtq the last and highest bidder. A iq law eipA sat other moveable pro Trm q( Sql all sums payable cash in J. A. ID IER, adaministrator. Phik of St. Mry, Juose th, 1*49, -$.TS.Pi LOUIAN&. ha's. v wDr. KaaxIY. BAN*~4·b~ i~i atm iem di~L .~M. pMt:ttr ims I, I'wýSsep' d to S.~ qhrublapdf,~ lsbkb'U S9'7 -id pqabdI. hum tim pJ; i nil ,r- Yrý :r t- r i to~ B~gir:o i .u? dew' SM b rf ii ý blri rriý b biZ06 1 ae· f\t&SfH Este of Abby Sanders, dee. $By irtue of as qrder grptted by the Hohora ble the District Court in aid for the Parish of . Mtr on the ith inst., them will be sold on Saturday. the 14th of July next, at her late res idence in the town olFranklin, all the property amn ellicta of said estate, consisting of A House and lot in the Town of Franklin on second street, bounded on the south by the lot on which Jules Olivier now resides, and north by lot of Felix Burke Eleven likely Creole negroes, eight males and three females. Trrms of sale- One half toboe paidonthe first day of March 1850, the other half on the lst day of March lt51, purchasers to give their notes with good security and the property to remain mortgaged until final payment ts made. HIRAM ANDERSON Administrator. parish of*t Mary June 7th 1849. Succession Sale District Court, Parsh- as St. Mary Etaie of Hugh Great deceased. By virtue ofle order issued out of t.e lon. the District Court in and for the Parish of St. ary and to the directed, I will expose for le at the court house, in the Town of Frank lia, between the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. and 3 P. M. on Sturay, the 14th day of July next, all the real and pemrseal paopeny .belosgug to baid estate, eotaidli of one megn. woman, Comelia, aged abnats 5years, one bonr, ad. dle and bridle, a lot of houeo held fuoriture. consbtigef Cone Mahogany Bedsead, Armoire a lble, alo a variety of other house hold iuniure, kitche' uteasils, &c. The iaid property wtll be sold for Cash ac rdimg to the dliebantioas of a meeting of Ceeditors of asd estate. I , 130OWLE Curator. *Jqanp~th 18. OIR! a w imifll: .S* rbsb -t fill rdlIuf. Cpprd ' fwbtr daj)I ~ui@Um will be labhegRM *bOt'iII _ ! PRid' ICES. t ! :, Per aade. 20,00 * P~k~awm~u ing 10,00 witi br v BdidPlogus BeInes A "illColla sa, at solt that o & and'' for ro rrasooable soli, awed toit WASs~~' CARY Yilism wu in " j aSEO `iaa dill be to 811 'oc;', 1 dd any de. mwr' oma ad ' 1ýca be done terisphc wilbom aummdind o u, 1"" oB.w'1il5i gN oca, b bs s iio. grbm msro. Fad A No I G..s~s. Lr '*~ 1I.1s-i d ~a t(i C~z3i)r pJ _ fl. Jam at t bad r.3cyLbbUUs. mBlin Was, d u h -. . B6·d m,14 . n. SE&Ga~dLE Spleadid Jeweiry. Just received thl largest assortment of JEWELRY, WATCHES, and FACA GOODS ever brought to Franklin. The Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully invited to call and ex amine my stock of Jawelry, consisting of the la. test style of Ladies' Coral, Cluster and Cameo Broaches ; Coral Necklaces and Beads; plain, chaste, Garnet, Turquois and Alliance Finger Rings; Plain. Chaste, Cluster, Coral, Jet and Garnet Ear Rings; Octagon, Oval, Round and Hunting Lockets; Plain, Chaste, Box, Cameo and Coral Bracelet Clasps ; Cameo and Coral Braeelets; Illmninated Motto Visiting Cards, and Card cases; Gold Waist.Buckles, Steel Boads and Rings. I have for the Gentlemen, Gold and Silver Watches ; Diamond, Coral, Garnet, Turquois, Bex, Plain and chaste Studs ; Gold Fib and Vest Chains; Vest Buttons, fine watch Keys; Gold Pens; Gold and Silver Pen.holders ; Gold and Silver Suspender-Buckles; Diamond, Co. ral and Garnet Pins; Topaz, Cornelian and plain Signet Rings, and many other articles too tedious to enumerate. A. F. McLAIN. Franklin, March 29, 1849-3m. Jewefry Jest received, direct from N. York, a splcadid assortment of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, BRACELETS and BRACE LET CLASPS, LADIES EAR RINGS, FINGER RINGS 4 c. GOLD adl SIL VER PENCIL CASES, GOLD PENS, and a General Assortment of the most Fashion. able Jewelry. The Subscriber is prepared to execute all kids of Watch-work in the most superior and workmanlike manner. G. RI. HANKIN'S C. DUWST. Watebmaskr anl Jeweler. Respectfully informs his friends and the pub lic generally, that he has obtaised: the house formerly occupied by Mr. C. Bernard, eear Mr. S. Smith's Store, where no will repair watch. es and clocks of every description, in the neat est and most workmanship style. Gentlemen and Ladtee can leave fine Watches in his care with the confidence of having them'carefully. thoroughly, and promptly repaired. lie hopes by close attention to bosiness to merit a liberal share of public petronage. Franklin Lou, Feb. 8, 1849. Re.tal Notice The subscriber has take tbhe'otice formerly ocuepied by Dr. Baidridge, and nearly opposite the store of Messrs. Hare & Birdnal. for the practieeDenatisry. He intends to remain in Paklia. and will be ready at all timesat his ofce to perform all the various operations on teeth connected with his pofession. Opera tions will be performed either with or without administering ether or chiordorm. G. C. LESLIEL Pranklin May 17., 1849. 1 Taerlebri Frederick Ebhrhardtwould respectfully is. form the chitenobof FPrikrfin sad the public, that he hIas-laly opened a shop o0 laio it., ai the corner of Wexel's lot, and nearly oppo site Messrs Bare & Bjrdisll's store, where he will cr.ry on the Tailoriug Business, and will atall timrslie ready to sueod to the wishes of the who may favor ham with his custom. His experise s as a lilor, and his knowledge of his business, he trs, will enable him to give the sst of ppisfapiwg to hs cUsatomers. ; SF pakliasDec.28, 1848 EIamt mmb, T.bk 1Mbocdberr khf ipe'ue a Marble ý ii p t o b~Cult Family udiº'Th:crbb$,''.Reedr r ` es.co, anod aso theh~tww i-dow'a wli# ies at do Belolrludrrlll9;?gormea 1a1"~il H s u * o n na vi e A ll t w o rk oi w ill ian and iPillrtui ()IIe-i rnbPilu " NPmNdy and Is at~wediWaa Prpo uim kk I-< . -i. F. I. h- .i A , Martibn T oo. rw 4 I, IshiLS' :.._ :4! l _ AI4U40 l6: tIJ. GRW ILLA. .. -t- 4 ·.' The uDersl is now prepared to put v eypress WAT CISTERNS, is the beet of order, at short notice, and os thbe amost ueeae ble terms. . Hs pepaed 10 build SLAT BOATS of ay sia, amd wvi fersise eteriuls it desired. Se is elo resdy to m ke.eostract for bail ding houses of any descnpties, or to perform Ocspier's .Wir of say kind. Apy job hibe m- awy eapag . o da will be perform d whbtho utmost dispatch. ad delivered is t:h bese of erder. For parjculais, apply at the Beller $r. SAMUEL CARY. Ceaveville, May 31, 1849--ly, ~_ Th~ca ~rdcurbqcdw4U~ pecttWI7 iD. 'Ab plmbiic Idt are now w7aii times open. lie will ieepeomian. Iyui mmay of ye bst of pr@sUbdst Ap peremns hm~ins - bftnlug h item bR wU kemp ,-er S Lb husm and dyr eSSW, He qm at #b om 40,,bad lage mt m ales d 80 bead i o f ma r ga l h t ue s . JAB. E oN. L.~b; t,Ekt.5 1648r. - hw-- -New.ii bf ý ~d,Chs6%a&6 Pickles, Syrupis qrrui ~d tsriael UyuraM o( which are muunp b.d tb Sbe~ q~ Tfog saei uslsOP. CBARLsrarB. Frictin RIollee r for .ulgar Mills. The subscriber would respectfully inform the planters of Attakapan that he has lately returned from the North with a few sets of fric. tion rollers made to order, and he is prepared to contract to attach them to sugar mills in complete order. Those wishing to avail them selves of this improvement will do well to ap ply in season that 1 may order the necessary supply from the north before it is too late. Persons wishing for a full description of this improvement can obtain it of 3Mr. John M.t Bateman of Pattersonville, who has fully tested its importance. A. B. LEAVIT'I'. Franklin, Lou., May 18. 1849-1y. Tin Ware MANUFACTURED IN FRANKLIN. The undersigned, having now in his employ ment several experienced tinners lately from the North, is enabled to furnish Franklin and the surrounding country with all articles that may be needed in his line of business, at Whole. sale or Retail. Merchants will find it to their interest to eall and examine his STOCK and PRICES before purchasing elsewhere. Having made great preparations to furnish the country with TLY WARE of every des cription, so as to give Planters and the people generally an opportunity of patronizing Home Industry, and intending to make it to their In. terest to patronize him, the subscriber hopes that his list of old customers will remain un. changed, and that a long list of new ones may added to it. All kinds of COPPER WORK, such as Pipe, Dippers, Skimmers, Gutters, &c and all kinds of SEaKr izoi Woas, SrEAx BoAT Casmxcs, Scars PwIP, STOVE Puas, SHuar Inox Pasrs, will beattented to by the subscriber. He will also at all times he able to furnish ann put down copper or Lead Supply Pipes at the shortest notice, and will be able to supply to order all of the fitures in his line for ug-ar Houses. He will always study to please those whe may favor him with a call. GEORGE ARMSTRONG. Franklin, Feb. 15tl, 1849, The subscriber having been authorized to act as agent for the firm of Townsend, Cnrr ,& Co., of Pitls. burgh, to contract for and furnish planters a.d others with IRON and WOODEN .tXLE - TREE CANE CARTS, Light One Horse Carts, Bagasse. Carts, Dreys, Waggone for two or four horses, Light one horse Pleasure Wnggons, Canal Wheel Barrows, Porters' Barrows, Wood Barrows, and Timber Carri ages, is enabled to lurnish the above work on as good terms, and as cheap as can be fur. nished by any establishment in the U, States. The subscriber also continues to fumraeb work from Wheeling, Va., as usual. He has now for sale: 23 Iron Axle Cane Carts, without bodies, 17 Mule and Ox Carts with bodies, 1 Four home Iron axle Waggon, without body 1 Four horse Wood-axle Waggon db. 6 Canal Wheel-Barrows, 2 Wood wheel-barrows, for sugar house me, Barmess and Hames; Smraaba Patent Corn-.il!, Double gasted Horse Power, Belt motiono- do., do.; Metallic Juice Pumps made in Cincinnati, ex. pressly for cane juice ; Plantation Bells, Anti-attritioa metal: Globe Cocks, for steam engines, Gcage Cocks, for steam engine boilers, Cylinder Cocks for steam cylinders-3 sizes. N. B. Old copper, brass, composition box as and broken Bells, bought at fair prices ac. tcarding o quality. m29 JAMES 8. SIM MONS. The subscribers sow vo7 to receive and All ordqm for Sawing or Ior Plainag Lumber at he, fulowing prices, to git: For.alt pesrc)table Lumbrr sawed tic fill any bilu asper djrection at per'lhousand. For RliPgs sawe4 or rpped, from one inch sawl. at.$ t.O thousand. oal4ttioS wur at $5 per thousand, running Sa 1t p rg.~ o a t ig a vg fiooring or esalip $1O per Ihousao Fma dag lS fecite Rlw A the league and e . Ibabs quaity of their 1 at 4 opas oftseir work will please the me J. l-u r .elau Arl *s, they oluli.rsepag ttlll II ,albl who weol Lamber, a. olU sm -..hui .se puorcha. tag hlsewhere. Ajt4i* 14m ea sonabl shareol patIto.age. a bilL they wil - epdeaeso in amrkit. Aprd 24. " GATES & BARNARD. C'erfafe WIAfng p * Theb subcriber havi eamployed ao excelles w-orman is now prepared topoderalke all work relatiagto carriae building and repairing with bhe certain.y of giving complete satisfacton to all whomey ell on him atb0 as regard the tex qtiq of to e work a04 charges. J. BMISON & CO. l$rarklio, one 17. 1847. 3ia3ksmibbag 'khe sucrbs respectIhily informs the pub lic, that havl taken d.arge of the Blacksmith. ing business fesmedy carried on by ihert Mil lor, in this place, be is prepared to smecute all our dwe oay be emtrsted to lm, wih neat. neuand des As the oiulberther has thr Forges in blast, Planters Is the neighborhood may depend ---_. .- "- ueeated ts st poLiNantis. Ho iwki also calf ts atenion of Planters to sarise artidsl of Ps.oouws, which he is ma. ,dmwit which he wrls pply them ;at reaars. " , L SEMIBON & CO. Franklin, La. Junos 17,184 L 11I. A. FRliZE. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Will practice in the Courts composing the Fourteenth Judicial District. .iV OFFICE AT THE FRANKLIN EXCHANGE. D. EDWARD CROSLAND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Franklk, La. Will devote particular attention to all busi iness confided to him in the several Courts of the Fourteenth Judicial District. Hie may be found at the old Mansion House on Willow street. March 8, 1149. HENRY C. WILSON, Attorney at Law, Having located in Franklion will attend to the practice of his profession, in the several Courts of the Fourteenth Judicial District. Professional business confided to his care will be promptly attended to. Office 2d door from the Reading Roomi SPLANE & COOK, Attornies and Counsellors at Law; Have associated themselvcs in the practice o their profession. Legal business of all kinds promptly attended to. Office on Main street, Franklin, Lou. Oct. ath, 148. A. R SPLANE. i. 4'. (OOK. JOHN B. LEA, Attorney at Law, Will attend to the practice of his profession in the several courts of the Fourteenth Judicial District. All collections which may be entrusted to him, promptly attended to. 0-" Office at the Franklin Exchange. SANDS & CO. COlMMISSION MERCHANTS. iIoBILE, ALA. Special attention given to the sale of SooGA and MoLAssas. N. B. Orders for Pine Lumbar, either ior warrled direct to MobIe, or left at the ofliceof the Planters' Banner, Franklin, will be pusctu ally attended to. .. ..nnisseioa susimnes. MOBILE, ALA. The undersigned tenders his thanks to the Planters for their liberal patronage during the last season, and begs leave to inform them Ihat. he will continue the same busianes and hopes. to merit a continuance of their favors. N. B. The system adopted by him for the ale of Susan and Mouasses will be strictly observed. JOSEPH HALL. O:z Orders for Leamber, &c., (which should he given early in the soosu) will be attended to. L H. Mobile, Ala., Nov. 2,1848. Comasmission Blsitqt s. The subscriber enosged in the general Com. mission business i New York, will msake lib.. rat cash advances. on ~Saar and Molasse. Apply to J. W. Bailey, Nepolesnville or Wn. J. Hewes, Esq., New Orleans. Ap12G HAVRN &r CO. Mr. Bailey is now is New York and will remain there till the 1st Seplemaber. Personu having business with him, will please addasa hims care of Haven & Co., New fork. Mr. A. B. CananarNrh. for nine years a clerk in our house, becomes from this dae a partner thereot The style and signature dftb firm remain the same as previously. P. J. PAVY & CO. New Orleans, July 1, 1848. Avis. Mr. A. B. CaranralqTma, depuis neufl a commis dans nore maison, y deviest associ6 de cejour, la raison deecommerce resters Is m8ame quo pr6iidemment. P. J. PAVY d CO. A nn llcnr fr ht si millet. 1848. Apothecary Iall. The undersigned will always keep on hald a large and select assortment of Dregs, Mcdi I cines, Chemicals, Perfumery, Family and Pt tent MedicInes, Window Glass, Oil, Paia·t r and other articles in his lit; all of which he offers to the pubhlc on ac 4ating Iteta and low prices. The assortamn: of Botanic Mediciaes will r be kept up as complete as heretofoe. B CHARLES RABE, M. D. Sbadlerny. Th T u.dersigned has just opeaed I # Shop on Msai streN, at he ple far- , euly ogspied by the lats Mr. C.ieh where ha seas carryi oges nt·Ip . . g .ad Saddlery in all theirs riagbraacice. He will at all timoes be prepoaed to do say work in his lice of business which the public may re quise of him. His charges will always be reasonable. CH. EOCK. Franklio May 31, 1849-ly. For Rest The house sd lo on Main Street recently occupied by Mr. R. N Me Millas. April 24, 1849. Wi -C. IDWIGfF Old ]fer Wine and sraady. A few dosen boakes put up etprssly lor the use of invalids-warranted to be iufrier to none, for sale by G, N. BEAGRAV,. COME AND SEE A small lot of superb oil painted Window Slkhde I Landscape, Drapery, arches, with all the aces. I mary highly faished trimaminga emplate Tlheir superior stle makMs thaw oans sm t to dweliag boses, while they ee it tde ore -ore ecom~sic than white muai eum The uio.iags re ready fed a to te ads, so as t cause a. rther apase s to ,he purchaser. For sale at Apohecary's all. CHA$LBS RABE.