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Vente de Suiccession.
Cour de Disric:. I Paroisse Ste Marie ( Succession de Maximilicn Babineau. En vertu du pouvoir douti jr suis revetu par la loi, et des deliberalious d'une assemblée de des creanciera de la suadite succession, tenue le 31 Janvier, 1849, et d'une asremblée de famille tenue le 17nie Fevrier, 1849. j'exposerai en vente publique, au plus offrant et dernier enohé. risseur, à la residence de Alexandre Langlinais cette Paroisse, le Samedi, 15 Septembre, pro chain, à 10 heures, A. M. Ude pièce de terre sise dans ceale Paroisse, à l'endroit appelé Cypre.mort. contenaut envi. ron cent soiaxa'e acres. Coaditiona,-Un tiers payable le 27 Ferrier 1850; un tiers le 27 Fevrier, 1851; ec un tiers le 27 Fevrier, 1852. Les acquereurs fournis eu leuas billets avec bonne caution solidaire, payable a l'ordre de l'administrateur de la suc ession, eM la proprieté restant hypothèquée jus qu'à pafait paiement. AURELIEN BREAN, Administrateur. Ste. Mari', 4Août. 1849. \n\n 9LANTERS' BANNER. alioti aal BlDvsI.m-ecers. Sanual F. Cary, of Ohio, M. W. P. W.e. $. Stacy, of museus, M. W. A. ). A, V"ckinrdt of'eal., M. W. Scribe. J. B. Wood,ofPenp., M. W. T. Rev. F. P. Ssruggs, of Ala.,M. W. Chap. iernard Bryqa, of Mo., M. W. con. W. S. Wiimnrd, dEo.,, M. W. Sen. Htsroar. Thi Order of the Sin, of Temperance was inedtited eiptseber 20th, 1842. It is divided iet Subordnatse DIiviioes, Graud Divisions of Setes or Territaries, and a National Division. Its Subordinate D)visions consist of individu. al members, Grand Divisions of represeutatives frms the Sebordinates, and the National Divis ion, the supreme power of the Order, ol repre aradpv from Grand Divisions. The irst annual Session of a Grand Division was held in New York city, October 10, 1843. Tb4Natieal Division was organized Juue l'th p844, in the city of New York. No LItcwan iN NEw tIHAMrrsIl.-Tl'he. Jew Hampshire Legislature. at its irecent sea. sion, provided that alter the second 'uesday in Mara east, the day of the State election, no li. oast sýl be gratd for the sale of liquors, unless ~1 dicinal or mechanical purposes. A Goon Parcs Fon a BtoG.-Tbe Bangor Whig ofthCe th inst. says that intelligence has been seceived tbat the brig Belfast, owned by Bnmsee anda others at Bellast, Capt Jordon, has been sold at .alifr ia for $40,000. This brig was three oars old, cost $8000, and is abou00 tons. e captain was retained at $600 a manth DTarn AT T a Warra Hous .-Charles, b faihthul body sera# ot the President, and lwhore **e*a Id duria the war with Meta ico, died auddenly qa l nay morning at the Executive mesina. It was reported that he died of polers, bit on iasiry we learn rthat such was n t the ease, and that the immediate pause was apoplexy. An exchange sye-At a weding the other ay one ofthe sts, wbo is oftdea a little ab. sat, eis rdal g.aly, "I ha, remarked that shei have beep ions women than men married shis youra" f.r" 1 CHIaNA3 & GJ.AS WARE. C. U. FULL C cf. J3PORTE*8 AND DEAL4?IRS wb$USI. sald _4 (i ahe vow") ig n-tJ, Deme, in Tee sit, Dre ~it* -sar dems i !! . Pain, prassed and st Decanters, Dbs, Ru~sts, ?ekcbsm, -Tumblers, lm~~j4w SUNDRIBS dated Camers, Caudnauuiies h.; Brits (siem 9rua bws, TPea Sits. Bp oms, &C.; Jepnsd 1. Toysy; eives sad Forks in mae sad by dzlwbos.4; 81i able, id.s ad Grmwraiiiae FCrI Roo~. Qt 1. / ~ W.Micit M t.lmmbiatImd kiai. 'gum uI~ano e GOr tb~IOW factoi em __ EXCHANGE PLA, ha f.ein-#asu of Iwg umi pt, ootmui iqg of N1 .t ~sraphy, Scientific, esd Medical Works *1,. sýo(timtIMý, to. r . Da lt yqtdW e k. fosrs wýLd bake. rile, rspsattelnton p.'d JP v ordere by, seail. Pru6 Dook* order- ··j~ i~ p'ii~~~~ J. C. MORGAN, __ii_ ry IjtDy ini tke P, I'ed c4 Nuw motif tl·rLk p" ; ·i-' ' .r s. a spMy f wewika 241 se ewpfI7 dewd 3UissthedIU i wkb " Flap~s bieA sa is _: , r ;wt imsrb teý -t i Theiro mh4 e aº r 1 " J ri 17.1847 &k mgdw-a~ Preatce Salt. DoItrl. Courl, Per.-h of St. Mary. Estate of. Maximilien Babineau. By virtue of the power in tme vested by law. and the delberations of a family meeting held on the 17th February, 1849. and a nmeting of the creditors ol .the above estate, held on the 31st Janu;rv, 184P, I, Aureteu srean, admin. Islralor of the aforesaid estate, will expose for Ale at Public auction, to the last and highest bidder at the residence of Aleandre Lanilinais in this Parish, on Saturday, the 1th day of September mext, 1949, the sale commencing at 10 o'clock, A. M., the followieg property, yvz: A certain piece of prairie :and, situated at the place called Crypre.mort, in this Parish, contaiining about one hundred and sixlty acres inure or less. Terms of SJac.--One-third payable 27th 'Fehruary 1d50; one-third payabhle on the 27th February, 1851 ; and one-third on the 27th February, 1852. l'urchalers giving their notes with toodyecurity, payable to the order of the administrator, and the proipety to remain spe. cially mortgaged until l;tial payment of the notes and interest. AURE!IEN BREAN, Administrator. P.arish of St. Mary, Augustt 7, 1849. Tin Ware MANUFACTURED IN FRANKLIN. The undersigned, having now in his employ. ment svreral experieaced tinoers lately from the Ndrth, is enabled to furnish Franklin and the surrounding country with all articles that maybe needes is his line of business. at Whole. sale or Retail. Merchants will find it to their interest .o call and examine his STOCK and PRICE8 before purdbasing elsewhere. Having made grast prepastians to f'raish bsh eaty wiSh TIN WARE ~f ~ry e de . -ri*, seas to give Phates and she people an opportnity of patroni ng nau. Ssad inending to make it to their Ia. rowto pe.is hnm, the subsciber j hop. that Ms list of old customers will reoume ut. changed, and that a long list of new oadc may . added t it. AUll kinds of COPPER WORK, lch as Pipe, DipperSkimmqp, Gutters, &c klud all tni. of llar Iml.r/Wda. , StrsaX BOAT COWIIEts, S8cara Pj Srora Purs, SHE.T Shoit Pits, wil lhe ts a.h p~theasbesuiber. He 1 wt a time i e able to fuwrish 'a tres 4 l ansply Pipes at the 5npdpi b* shl Io supply ab sider nall ZLh1. labis lime for 8ar Be will tr s please- those who may favor hir wit H ON,. F"andlin, Feb. 1.bth, 1 . . The sub.s.er ivring beeb thairsed to IMqlgeat ,far th'flri(s Townspd, Carr & Co,, (t Pilts. egh, to contrat (or and furnish pluaters ad others with IRON and WOODEN AX - T"E CONB CA0T8, Light One Borse Carts, Bagasse C~is, Drays, Waggoos for two or four herse light one horse Pleasure agsu·o, C.ampt Wheel Barrows, Porters' Ra.es, Wooeed armo , and Timber Cuari. ~ies, idnahed * furaisb the above work on as qoda, and an chee as can be fur. )by, ant eassaishatpua. the U, tutes. Tboe esbwikor .alo conutiues to formnsh work freeo Wheeliag, Va., as usia. He has saw for s ale e. Afe Case Cars, without bodies, SMle and Ox Carts with bodies, I r beu s on axle Waggoa, boutbdy 1 torse Wood-axlWNaggom do. 6 W J e-Beowt. e- arrotw} far, q house use, Power, inde Clcidti, en. mbeder K i ý, .. a !" :tik~~t i n 1,~ ' 'IF at A ANACIEETS Ani PXIVU*RIRNG8 4c GOLD 1* 4)t Dental Notice. The undersigned, who has prac ticed Dentistry lor seventeen years, begs leave to inform his friends that he coatn ues to do su at his office in Franklin. Though he has not an instrument for every tooth in the head, lie has instruments which fit every tooth in the baud. Being practically acquainted with working it gold and jewelry. he believes he can !give peculiar satisfaction in setting teeth on gold plate or otherwise. .e invites particular a:ttenition to his new Creole chair. and hopes the ladies w.il honor him by taking a seat in it. A.gt 1G6 G. R. ItANKINS. Dental Notice The subscriber hba taken the otice fsrtner!y occupied by Dr. Baldridge, and nearly opposite the store of M1essrs. Hare & Birdsall. for the lpactise o'Dentitrv. Hlie intends to enmain in j'rnklin. and will be ready at all tines,at his office to lperonn all the nvriuus operations on teeth connected with his prolession. Otera tions will be lprlormed either with or without administering ether or chloroform. G;. C. LESLIE. Franklin Maly 17., 1849. Tailoripg. The undersigned has just opened a shop_ Ieat door to Mc'Laiu's Jewelry dshop, where he will execute any work in his line in good style, and at short notice. JAMES C. WOIRREL. Franklin. Aug. 10, 1849-y. I Tailoring. Frederick Ehrhardt would respectfully in. form the citimens of Franklin and the public, that he has lately opened a shop on Main st., on the corner of Wexel's lot, and nearly oppo. site Messrs Hare & Birdsall's sttol, where he will carry on the Tailoring Bisiness, and will at all tines be ready to Attend to the wishes ol those who may Inver him with his custom. His experience us a tailor, and his know:edge of his business, he trusts, will enable him to give the best oi satislaction to bescustomers. Franklin, Dec. 28, 1848 M~leawaeats, Tombs ! The subscriber havinf opened a Marble yard in Franklin, is prepared to build Family Vaults, Tombs, Head 'stones, etc., and also make. the inscription when required at the shortest notice. He has on hand a large assortýnt of Ital ian and St. Genevieve Marble. .AI work will be performed substanitally and in a workman like manner. For iparticulars apply to A. F. McLain or Martin Tuco, Franklin, ia. April 19-6m. J. GRAOUILLA. Saddllery. ~he undersigned has just opened a 8bhop on Main street, at the place for. mealy occupied by the late Mr. G. Eichler, where he intends carrying on Harness-making and Saddlery in all their various branches. Ie will at all titmes be prepared to do any work in his line of business which the public may re. quire of him. His charges will always be ieasonsble. CH. KOCK. Franklit May 31, 1849-ly. Friction Rollers for . umgar Mills. T'e subscriber woold'respect.ully inform the planters of Attakapas that he has lately returued from the North with a few sets offrio. i solklrs made s meder, sad he is prepared to .Oatsacl to atbach them to sugar mittu in auelp~p ee order, Those wishing to avail them. selyes of this improvement will do well to ap. ply is asses tha I amy order the necessary Lapuly froa eo noaeth before it is too late. Perso wishing for a fall description of this paprovemen t can obta. it of Mr. John M. "a-etan of PsUseoaville, who has fully tested iaiporusnce. A. B. LEAVITIT. Franklin, Lou., May 18, I.49-ly. )Frtp lkUt Srwa IIll. The subscribers now ready to receive and fill orders for Sawing or for Planing Lumber at the followig prices, to wit: For all merchantable Lamber sawed to ill any bill as per direction at fgO per thou.ied. For Palings sawed or ripped, from one inch stuff, at 610 per thousand. For Latioe work at $5 per thousand, running measure. For planing, tonguing and grooving, flooring or eeilingl 00 per thousand. For plasung the face without the tongue and groove, Sj,50 per thousapd. '! bey feel coonident that the quality of their 14imber, and neatness o their work will please the mot fastidioue-and feeling thus, they would respectfully invite all those who waol Lumber, to call and see them before purchase tog elsewhere. All they ask is a reasonable re olf patronaget which they will endeavor (p merit. Aprd 24. GATES & I)ARNARD. saw ill meqc. "Our saw mizlat Centrevilal is nov in iall opera . Cypss lumber oany descriptio wi l it. fur, bs latort notice PRICES. For Clear staff per.'M. 325,00 MerchamaMble. 20,00 Iat,4 g Picket Stif&c, runing ' aseeete, 14,00 Bard Lumber, such as Liee O., As 4, iuIble forCrt Bodies, loughb Bsmss, Sugar. il % s, on nbad at the mifaund for sale on resaioable terms. Asy Mad of lamber, hard or soft, sawed to orderat ,the inll at short sotlae. ': 00WAN & CARBY. - Cearruill May S2 , 1840. a. Paokqss of (t Y U. put up bU. t bshqr.jut recuwd by G. N. BAiGBAYiZ$ N. A. WIRAZER. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WilFpractice in the Courts composing the Fourteenth Judicial District. OFFICE AT THE FRANKLIN EXCHANGE. D. E.PWARD CROSLANID, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Franklin, La. Will devote particular attention to all busi. iness confided to him in the several Courts ol the Fourteenth Judicial District. Hie may be found at the old Mansion Houwe on Villogw street. March 8, 1849. HEN$tY C. WILSON, Attorney at Law, Ha.ving located in Franklin, will attend to the practice of his protession, in the several Courts of the Fourteenth Judicial District. Professional business contided to his care will be promptly attended to. Office 2d door from the Reading Room. SPLIANE & COO, 4ttornies anu Counsellors at Law, Have associated themselves in the practice o their protession. Legal business of all kinds promptly attended to. Office on Main street. Franklin, Lou. Oct. 5th, 184g. A. slLANSE. H, C:. COOK. iVoticP. The nndersigned have this de) entered into parnership for the practice of the Law in and for the Parish of St. Mary, and will punctua-. alty attend to any business entrusted to them. THOS. MASKELL, A. S. MAGILL. Franklin, June 20, 1849. DR. C. M.. SMITIai Respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Franklih and its vicinlry. Office at Gordy's Hotel. Franklin, August 9th, 18419-ly. A. F. lm LAIlN, JEWELER, FRANKLIN, Lou., Has always on hand a complete assortment of Jewelry, Watches, Clocks. and Fancy Goods. Or Clocks repaired, and Jewelry made to order, or repaired in the neatest style. a2.lvy SAND8 & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. MOBILE, ALA. Special attention given to the sale of SUvoA and MoLA.sas. N. B. Orders for Pine Lumbar, either for. warded direct to Mobile, or left at the uoice of the Planter' Banner, Franklin, will be punctu ally aueaded to. Temmiossie B lusIess. MOBILE, ALA. The undersigned tenders his thanks to the Planters for their liberal petronage during the last season, aud begs leave to inform them that he will continue the samp business and hopes to merit a continuance of their favors. N. B. The system adopted by him fr the: sale of Sasa and MoLsasss will be strictl.y observed. JOSEPH HALL. 0:? Orders for Lumber, dc., (which should; be given early in thesoason) will be attended to. J. H. MoIle, Ala., Nov. 2,1848. The subecriber engaged in the general Com mission busines in New York, will make lie ral cash advances on Sugar and Molasses. Apply to J. W. Bailey, Nlapoleoeville or Wem. J. Hewes, Esq., New Orleans. Api26 HAVEN d& CO. Mr. Bailey is now in New York and will remain there till th1st .September. Persons having buiness with him, will please addres him care of Haven & Co., New York. NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRY e.ODS STORE. The subscriber has just opened at his NEW STORE on Mana Street, nmes door to Dr. Cisson's, a Fine Assortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, ¢c, &c., which he onrs at the Lowest Pries. ISA.c LEVY. Franklin, May 17, 1848. Frictions aeluer Iw Sugar Ellls, aud Superldr'4astblmg The undersigned has made , ale l1y1f' which he is prepared to luh Frii R R ers for sugar mills at the flolowi ow prqies : Rollers 24 inches in'diameter $175 " 30 ." " 210 " 36 " " * 0 All the ers iebraledfby himwil hes cat steel ggeou s which will ho tic. hoses. The sp ribar is also eastings o ay description, the ad qulq of which will be of a very superior character. Samp.s f tShea castings can be men at any time at the offie of Mrs Jerome Canield on Maim SteuS. G. GILBERT, Franklim Jue 7.1849--11. Neotice. .Diring the alsene of (too selriber North. ern Hlopes, smved snd bached, Cart Wheekl Bricks. Plough., e., sad a large double Be. oue ad liarssmm n e hisimed by apply ieg te Msselr. Cooper d lawis, atthe War hoese. JMROMB CANFIELD. Freakha, Jose 14, 1848. Far aeleaeM7po ILu C. LAS --Otil Jhc~ ' i ) Al'" TO THE LADIES. THE GENUINE BALM OF COLUMBIA, o'R RESTORING THE HAIR. "Long hair is a glory to woman" says Paul, And all feel the truth of this pious quotation ; Preserve it then, Iudies-your glory may fall. Unless you protect it with this preparation. If you wish a rich, luxuriant head of hair, free from dandruff and scurf, du not fail to procure the genuine Balmu of Columbia. In case of baldness it will inore than exceed your expectatauns. Many who have lost their hair for twenty years, have hId it restored to its original perfection by the use of this balm. Age, state or condition, appears to be no otstacle whatever; it also causes the fluid to flow with which the delicate hair tubes is tilled, by which mneans thousands (whose hair was gray as the Asiatic ragle) hate had theih !hair restored to its natural clor by this invaluable remedy. In all cases oftfever it will be found the muost pleasnt wash that can be used. A few applica tions only are necessary to keep the hair from tilling out. It ,trenthens the roots, it never fails to impart a rich glossy appearance, and as a perfume for the toilet is unequalled. . It holds three times as mouch a. other umiscalled hair restoratives, and is more eftectu.l .- Caution.--Never buy it unless you find the name of Com.stock & Co.. proprietors, on the wrapper of each bottle, or you are che.ted with a couuterfelt article. RHEUMATIS31. Comstock's Howes' Nerve and Bone Liniment, and Indian Vegetable Elixir. is warranted to cure any case of Rhenmatism, Gout, Contracted Chords and Muscles. or Stiff Joints, streugthsn Weak Limbs and enables those who are crippled to walk again. Use this article and be cured, or go wi.hout it and suffer, as you please. Certiticates of cures by the hundred ;canl be seen at 21 cortlandt at-, N. 1., where this ar ticle is sold only genuine. DEAFNESS. Use Dr. MlcNair's Acoustic Oil, for the cure of Deafness. Also, all these disagreeable noises, like the buzzing of inseets, falling of water, which are symp toms of approaching deafness. Many persons who have been deaf ftr ten, fifteen, or twenty years, and were subject to use ear-taumpets. have, after using one or two bottles, thrown aside these trumpets, being made perfectly well. It has cured cases often, fifteen and even thirty years standing of deafness. Price, $t per flask. HATS' LINIMENT FOR THE PILES. The worst attack of the Piles are elfectually and permanently cured in a short tiue by the use of the genuine Hay's Lanimsut. Hindreds of our first cau rena throughout the country have used this lintme.t with complete success. It is warranted to cure the most aggravated case. ot- Caautims.-Never buy it unlese you find the name of Comnstock & Co. upon the wrapper, proprle tors of the genuine article, or you are cheated a sth a counterfeit. Cuao..NL's 311AoIL l'luN EXTRACTOR--TFlE WOELD's WeoDon'--PuRO.u 1NCED BY ALL WtlO IIAV EVElLR rigED IT. White Swelling, Inflamationu, Pain in the back, Weak Limbs, Tender or Sore Feet, and all Scrofulous Sores are speedily and perma. n tly cured by Connel's Magical Pain. lhtracn tot; Affections ol the Lungs, Ague to the face Breast, Tic Doloureaux, Chronie Sore Eyes, Bli.tered Eurfaces, &c. It as equally betnei cial in all kinds of lufimatory Diseases, such as ore Nipples and Eyes, S~rants, Rhecumc tism, White Swelling and Ulcers, Bruises, Burna, Chilblains, Erysipeltns, Biles, &c.-will quickly be relieved by the application of this salve It has the most perfert power over ani pains by fire, posi:ively allaying the sufferiut: almost ianlnediately upon its applicatoiu. If any disbhelieve the statement, we wuuld earnest ly invite :lem to call and examine t, numer ous unsolicited certificates of remarkable cures wrought by this alve. it Ies for months bees sold upon tbse following liberal terms, to wit if the user was not perlecily satislied,sed even delighted with its effects, and lurthermore, if is did not fully answer our recooaaendsttons, their money was returned immediately at their request. On these terms Ibis afolute beel-ail is Cow sold; and we simply ask if the public can.demand saything more reemtnable? Kind parent, keep it consantly ono hand ; is cases of accident by fire, life may. be lost wdbout ait but by its use all burns are subject to its eon trol, unless its vitals,ere destroyed. Castion: No Pain.Eztractor tan be genuine unless you fitd Lihoe -in,, tu:, t.f ('t-,.r"T k & CQo. oo be wi'Fs t: ,mb t':'.--. of .he counterfeit Coastock 4- Co.'- C,,,ti,,r,.erei t;ounpoeud Flued Extraet oal arepaarlla, for the cure of 8croula, Chronic' Rheumati. General Debility,' Cutaneous Diseases, Scaly Eroptions of the Skin, Tettller, Pimples or Pus tales oe the Face, Liver Alic.loes, Merceriel and Syphilis Diseases, Biles froi a Impre Habit of the Body. Ulcerations of the Threst and Leg, Pains and Swelliag of the Bones, end all disemess arising from as Impute Stateal the Blood, Esposure ano Imprudence in fLtfe, Pi. cessive Use of Mer.'ury, &e. This sarssyarilla is earrested positively as good as any other, (that can be made at one dollar.) just half the prie e of those so much ad. vertised, and as strong, isa: 60 cents per bout or six bottles for $2,50. Remember to ask for Comstelk's Screpanrda, and take .etotl.. .MlI of the above samed articles are seMl Franklin by Dr. Chlales Rabe, in Cetaliý by Yaney & Co, in Ptttersonaville by J. CatAi -a- .o V. BDiEST. • W- tchbuaa r laid' Jeweler. Respectfully inforbs his friends and the poab lic generally, that hey obamined Che house formelly occupsed bh Mr. C. Bernard, near Mr. 8. Smith's Store, uere no will repair watch es and clocks of evr descripion, in the neal ent ad most wor snebip style. Gestleaa and Ladies can lere See Watches in his cats with the coofdene of haviug Jtheamecasilly. horoughly, and pomptly repaired. He hopes by close oeo ioa . boines .o merit a liberal share of public paqonage. Franklia Lou, bb. 8, 1849. The uodersi bi repared to put up cypress WATIRCISTERNS, in the best ol order, at short o.be, sd.'oS the most reasona. ble terms. He is prepared o build FLAT BOATS of any size, and wil roaiah materials it desired. He is also read 1t make conutts for buil ding houses of aj descnptio, or perform Caorprer's Warn of any kind. Any job which he may eage to do will be performed with the wsoes d sach. and deliruerd in the best of order. For particalr+mpply at the aser. l oSlce. S8AMUEL CARY. C.wa ri.MleJ,, 31,1@e-.-y,