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Le oaemdIgu speur lferu pap, la oMnru Loi twiwa " "16W il'op v«.it~rcoh 4ra mess dil i pède met'Ow qup. i - el êoi I ur und,--i CI. pey ePutt olfe.as le1g it'P >oéueêoe iii 1e~us BLEETION. ETAT DE LA LOU1dIANE. BE vet "'d'ào. rocla lanr6e par son Emmslelet Johcaou Gouverneur de IDosaes oW la Lou:so $'am là date du 4 Acidi, 1845, -ei à uat ad resl votanas uullflé de la laur 1t ne Maru.,,i" 8rs.8ri papr in prearGiras qu'une elvcbtione u sa bS5càra su;vatotes, au. ra lieu Lundi, 5eue jur, &i*Iqm.nb1p, 1641: (ln Gmuverneur ýpaur l'Etai~t Loieiane. Use Lieuicient Goovaruaur pour -Mat de I Louùisîiar. Un Audeb*i des Coppts Publiquess poc l'Atai do- la Loujatw. Un Re.j.ru.eai.; au Coausà. poulr l 1ri fine DBinei CA4i( CI <>wic<nai de eii Bout. Un Srieîîeur d'l"ent piour le dianct compoe de li paroisae S.'. Marie. Dvua R-preasernaîns à la Leia"*ur de L'Eia! pour la paroisi. Sm Marie. Un Sherif qarnur las ilr.,ialoe Srmarie. Un Juge d& Paix pour churuns de. arroodise meuaitidu Jury dé Puolc e dà la spe &Ur. Mnriu, ie'rPIP dan. I'atide u1 ni qui cbprend la vii.ll de FPraikia, oà dâ8 Jugo,% de Paix duiveni dire élue, fuuuaV j Us CebnsouMl puai chAque arroodimaas du Jury dé Palice dama la dite lî.roisae. a Rca#rde-r pour la paross- Eke SarMu. Greffer de Cour de Désiar6 pour la par S,.. Marie. Un tendant des coles publiques pos la pa S;.a Marie. Un A r pour la paroisase Si. Mari. lào oea Z io prmiaéq deur un jour, et p7r1ta oUvéstu à 9 er AM e7 fermés$ euý P.1r., dant chacun dle aw roadiraertwet de t pairouie. etsra frttae daias Ici Itux et vasut t coum"Biouaîra o-.prea dits et *04, a: I- rnnditt.ent, rdroroînt R Wilkws, G Siesafleon, et W.m uies à la r@iWdoeé -a. 2 &Meon - rè t Br, ihpm -ams. tan' es - Luirrnif iqiâ" mapmnm fresS4ea paro$ me Akffl. 9.à 1 fn 4 1r 1MOM., pardesan;i Fred" r, Lea Jr, etiHenry Pf-eaa, à la let e M4aso Pileb.r,au aaa@gea Gaillard. *lirnm., pardevaise R for I , è clm jet A NCWilh4aeu, à la resd.c dli t*roa. ïowMon., paýrd.etu J A Teaapd. W Race et J B Muîrhs.Ata maluon d a fiLrrl pardevap i J T 1lankuWs , 41 s uanrdJ A Jommua,àa ài lu s armai, parda.vaat'fl Eervtehj~sr clt SJan Mrra.!am, à la rffldinerIee Is0a.ma, owrdrv·ant *éL*iea Î ~*aru.parva* C·crD*~~ ;`: It 9'"-, awr.ne M à Crcf ilip - lhgv* m riai mm;- elàéiaa W Brien,et J oits Collnq, à la residence John djis br Cemmissaires remni Irurs reinurs p lit damr t-Cirioi!g au Storimf de cesre P&muî4.Q, roii Iru MIE ait. mi à In lioi i>PU IOuI les oifficieru à étire, à t'elre-pîau du Judite de Paix detae l'ori riisîda..rmn'rit qui coi.î.,aîei;d la ville de- Franklinm pjour la quvl ils franaîsi lpufs ru Ttatisu Cearcpmaer,ý 0flfliBW ilPd[ r cord.anuaé par la S3Une aW'Vion dr. e'Ac re-glantit les élrriiiiia'a licur l'Eiai dc lua LaaUwa'anr, ajprouaué if- lrr humil 1846. Vcenc dc Succession. Cour dr l.bstric. PiartiteC W Sir MallIe Sucrcr.aîîmîm de Maximilien Bahinpau. E£4 vealu Gu pouVoir dlaîil je* MUIM revelu par la1 ioi, eti drs dt-iIberrailuus d'uîwt ;,i..ýenttibi de Amis creancier- de lu audit îîe accQsam-"n, entue l 31 Jai.vira, 1t4U, ci d'une aits-nablee lie famille lrtite, le 171a:e Fevvrter, 1849, j't-xilKsesai eii vt·ivie publiqueuc. au pluï offnidw et derisier eticité. riï!ieur, à la residencer de Ale>;otidrý- j.Anàlist-.tls crue I'Pa<aaiA, le Sninrdi, 15 Serpembre, piro. rhain, à 10 heurce, A. M. Udr pièce dv serre sise dans cette ParnieseI à I'endritoit appelé Cypre.omurt. cuîîteant etivi.J <sit Ceii "aouat!v acîcarei. Ccondmi.mIt,9,-U I s i-rAi payabîle le 27 F-vrier 1850; un tirar le 27 Fevrier, Ib51 ;et un 1i,1r1 le 27 t..vrwr. 1852 Les acqueretuai îtissriiii.: I iaît Ipoisl hîllems avêe bnioue c îautions tl-lidairp,l lia% able ra:lardrp de I'amdmitoniristrur de lut :iîr cet ?ion, et la projorit--.émient tbl>ou hè(luée uS, qu t paienw.ni. AURELIEN B. RAN, Admilli'girétieur. Ste. Mari-, 4.kfÛt. 1@49. \n\n IRE PLANTERS' BANNlVER. THE LABORER. ST a. S. 8. AND.OL Ay ! stand erect' nor bend thy kate. nar how, But speak thine own fr.e uuugbts, sad with al eye Bold a+ an eagle's cleaving the bright sky, aud uiwanrd thy pr!ad wayI O, why bhould< th.au, Whose iron arm bath made the mighty woar A realm of beauty, and subdued be wave ; O'er desert vales and mountain height, unfurled Tbhe S of tdupe-why shouldat thou, like u slave, Cringe to the nod of Pride, and band thee low. Even on the sol thy hand bath taught to i,lolau A. lair as gardea I W.eoelo;re sh.u.d.i thou Os Bow down, and shut thy soul as in at tmb I O, tand erect ! throw thy I±tters off and ban, And speak thbie own tree thoughts-thuu at a MAN! GCoAnit.o AND CaRYIN.-A French surgeon lately publibed a long dissertation on the eene. icial inbuence ofgroaning and crying, on the nervous system. He contends that grosnini and erying are the two grand operations biy which uatUre allays anguish, and that he has uniliwr,.ly obeerved that those patients who give way to, their natural feeling-, more speedily recover from accidents and operations than those rbo suppose it is unworthy a man to betray such symptnms of cnwardlice as either to groan or to cry. He is always pleased by the crying and violent roaring ofa patient during the time h. is underguing a severe surgical operation, be. cause he s satissfed that he will thereby so southe his nervous system as to prevent fever. and insure a favorable termination. Fromn the benefit, hysterics and other patients (nervous) derive flmn groaning and crying, he suipposes that by these proc'-sses of nature, the sui'raiua dant nervous system is rendered calm and .veu. the cir.-ulaii.,o of the blood greatly diminished. He relates a dase of a man, who by crying and' bawling, reduced his pule fruom olne hundred and twenty to sixty, in the course of two hours. That some patients often have a great saitinc. tion in groaning, and that hysterical patients of ten experience great relieffrom crying, are facts which, no person will deny. As to restless. bypochondriacal subjects or those who are iev. er happy but when they are under some course ofmedical or dietetic treatment, the French uar geou assares them that they cannot do letter than groan all night, and cry all day. By fol. lowi'Sthis rule, and observing an ahlstemnous dia person will efeet ually escape disease, and y prolong life to on incredible extent. Fauarss Suaruasur .-The following i. espied from the Lebanon (Ohio) Star: A panic and flight occurred among the min. .bters of the gospel, in Eaton, during the raging i'tl epidemic in that aflicted town. On fast day, we.ae itarwad; there was not a clergy mae, Ih ia the t c " be clergymen, struck with peaniC % lc of imaginary saety," bui their C .agreg.tioes all held prayer meetings, and ier ily relieved from the ersnr strich cokeinPse( theBir patrs. `A Nsw Yoas letter in the, ,i deJphia In' quirer says amuog he deaths by colera recent. ly reported by the sanitary camnnities, is that of a an waoo puoiiively drank seveuty-two but. ties of brandy i thirty days, and is knowa la ha.e frequg ay fLakes twelve mint bep- disier. Estrauadiuary as thiss s, mere can e aodonl of its tauth. I as sainig such people hat the chele eommits the greatest ravages. A trader from the country, a few days since, while asking his spring purehases m a whlJde sale somr is Bosde, was asked, amonug a hot of ather things, if he didn't want some Alf uerrsag priuti. "WWIl," ays he, "I rather gues I do-the fs up aur way ass jest uaor eall dem these p.rakie. Wotel. Tbhe .sderaucd rr.pecIielly informs Ihe public bas the FRANKLIN HOTEL is now is good condition, having u'.dergarcr thorough sepaire and received easvy tmporntat a ,apnvt astw within the last few amM.hbs. *h is piepared to accommn.date travellers, -baslers saAshe public generally. in a moaner which be trusts w. posesatisfactorv to all. He also has laimaJd comnmodious stable, and can *beWd the bes'.elsoeunwda ia,,ns for hbo.rrs, ad he. keep. coud s.pe. rior hoass and buggies to i re.r monable term. JO'~ C. ( Y. Franklin. May 31, la4e. - x i s The'uidersiimed who has iwapwed into this CUUi!. n JbeumFnrd Lua l f hioaauIo*, Rai. ·scfr are now is ta is Europe mnd in abe north of tb~usi.d Siu". omi his servi s to tbe citii ew efNu.hra. ZTb'rera of credit which may uit. perch.. ans will bi redily granted. ýx ilrtnprwteasg gives to hi.m he wiM ate4'u tdelay oe the penrso wishing a. ,give Ni. ployn'ent. 'MAG[)IRE DELHAYF,. Cherraten Pate Odce. IMtan e ad, Aug. 33, 1$49-1v. ~1Ci ~4*r~isk~rg~C to ;I~a d. 6kr 110 0.msapl .r~h 'AG AV ELECTION. STATE OF ~LOUISIANA. Past.a or S. MaNr. IBv irtue ol * precianalaon auseed by him Eixrellnev., saac Johuun. (,Gov,.rnor t4 the S'a'e cl L.ualaianat. under date the 4-h day o' Augustl 184, and to cme directed ,the qualified v.terl at Ithe Pallsh ol at. Mary, are i-ebaeh oauifti.d that na. ele;t.on lor the ed!t-wIusg .ti. ers wall !)be he4d on M&fenday, Ih 5th diba Novemlbeir Uext, A. I). V149. viz: For Governor ol the State of Louisiana. For Ltu.- -a,,ra G.ovVerior Fr' Audlater it Puuic Accounts of the State (O, . jpreanlwrative to Congress for the F.ur h C.u,,greas,.'nal D)istrlct. ()IIe S~;eI Senatr Iri)n the Lastrict composed of the Pari-h of $1. May wue iKp.-ir,.ae.el.,tve.a o State Legislature lot 'he Pari-mh i.f St. Mary. A Shr.ff orr the P.,iarh of St. Mary. A Coroner t,r the P..,rsh olf Si. Mary. Oise Justaca the .race lor ear.cwh l',leer Jur} Ward in the Pa sls, e.cr.Cp,. ;*t Ithe Ward tIha Inrmplote the 'Tn olw Ff mllknll., wherelna two Jw.ullccs of athe Peace w,11 be eiected. One Constable for each Police Juay Ward ao the Pari.n. A Recorder of Mortgages for the Parish ol Si. Mary. A Clerk of the District Court lor the Parish of St. Mary. A Superintendent of Public Education for the Pariah of St. ,Uary. An Assessor fir the Parish of St. Mary. Said Election will be terminated in one day. and the polls wall be opened at 9 o'Alock. A. M. niid closed at 4 o'clo'k, P. M., to each and et., ety ;pecuet in thi, Pariah, and will be held at the plac:er, and beltre the Commissionueta here. naflter mentioneld, viz : 1st Ward, Richard Wilkins, George Single ton, d Wr Ks,, at Ithe house of A Re,,nrer,. 2d Ward, B"-ij Berel, Albert Heaton. Lufr*u) B.,ovillana., at P. Prrvusi's store. 3d Ward, J A Freie, Aleede Pecot and C Per.oi, at the hou,.e oi Ephriain McCullumn. 4th War., Fred Segur, Je Legaeio, Jr. and He,.,ry Penn, at the house ofl Grergcire Btadii. ?rh Ward, Jia Taylor, W S J-larding, and M Pilcher, at Gaillard', steore. hnh Ward, H R Nerson, Gustave Perrett and A MeWilllamsr, at the hobuse of i R NeItssa. 7th Ward, J A T'e'lser, W W KRie and J B lMurphv. at the Court Hotuse in Frakhln. 8:h Ward, J T Hliawkan., Jio, B.ruard, and J H Johnsaon, at the house cI J T Hawkins. 9th Ward. N Berwic-k, John Metrlmant and D B.reick, at he hour, on D Berwick. 10th Ward, Thoe L D,,resnes, John Yanei, and R B Ro)ster, at the coffee lih'U Centrevill* 11th Ward. David R,,bbins, John Mtaggah and Win Agre, at Agre's c(,lee hai"me, 12th Ward, H B Brashear, C W Brieia and SJobo Collins, at the houtes" of J H Bryant. And the said Comissioners shall make their Ireturns of said Elect.on to the Shetriff accld. ing to iLaw, blr all the aflicerr to bt elected, with the esceptitn of Juasir'e of the Peace it. snd foir the Seventh Was, which they will make reltra to the Cor'i.ar, as directed by the 3OI Section of the Act for the uniform reguth ueao of Etletions,.aoproved len slat, one thous. and eiht hundred and ;onrty.im (1i46.) L. R. CUR 113, Sheriff. Probate aile. Di-trict Caesrl, I ePa-ib 01' 3. he~ar) I N .inaE t at f Mf azian ilian Rabireau. By virtue of the owa'r an uea vested by !aw4 stcad the da..Ilerrnccala of am fainaly nhre-ann held !ot the 17:1h Februacry, 1849. aned ai mbe-st ofd 'ihe.- Creci:raaa t,. a lit .ata' "11.1\ , h."Id c,,: the, 31.1 Jessuery, 1849, 1. Aureaacn lreaa, admits J etrator ol tfr alasrezuad (esta)te, will eXpotse for i !...lead ( Ituic .ructiaoas to thr lastr and hs..h..t I heddee .at ta o r t '.. .I, tad ", i" a .r. : 1+ý at atea Para-h, tan S.aiaasaav, the 15th lay ofl !SrL)tetwthr nacSI, 1849, th ele caeaaaaenr 'inrr tga 11) saclieck, A. M., the Iailaaaag ;traiaer:\ , '.z .4 eteaici Iartr ol 1araar to iaeid, aitua:ced at ahe puce called Cvpre.mtart, in this Paareh, arosetaltatfl' abouta oure hundeed and six!y acrt mocre or It~a. Terms of Sale.-Use-thaird paval~le 2ih F IItco.a V N50; aasae-thirrd psy:ab~r t the 27th 1'earheari, 1151 ; and onrn.ahtd on the 27th t February, l1e52. Parcharsers gaving the it sota's v.th ;.lgu'tt secu IIpnien cltio thlie aelrr of the adatet raisr:aer, and thea prypeae to reat ai spce Ici aila ntorgteaned usntl final payenest of the talo t sand auterest. AUREE.IEN RRE 07, Admicaahtrator. Patish of SI. Marv, Augiuat 7, 1849. Tin Ware MANUFACTURED IN FRANKLIN. The undersigned, bhaving now in his employ. ment several experienced tinners lately froin the North, is enabled to furnish Franklin and, the surrounding counniy with all articles thati may he needed iq his line of business, at Whole. s.is, :'r Retail. M rchants will find it to their interest *, call and examine his . TOCK anJ PI:ICES before purchasing elsewhere. taving made ge;,t preparations to furnish; the country with TINiYWAR of every des c.iption, so as to give Planters and the people generally an opportunity of patronizintg .one; ?nduwrry, and intending to make it to their In. terest to pattrouize hbm, the subscriber hopes that his list of old customers will remain no. changed, and that a long list of new ones may be added to it. All kinds of COPPER WORK, such as Pipe, Dippers, Skimmers, Gutters, &c and all kinds of .as"r Iua Woas, STrsa BoAT CHIM.IES, Scars Pnaas, StOVa PlrS, SHsTrr lion Pass, will be attented to by the subecriber. iHe will also at all tiues he able to furnish aip down copper or Lead Supply Pipes at the srtest notice, and will be able to supply to order all at the fixtures in his line for lugaur He will always study to please those who may favor him with a call. GEORGE ARMSTRONG. Franklin, Feb. 1ltl, 1849, The salsocrber having been , uthnoizrd to act as agent for the brian .i. laownsead, Crr &r Co., of Pitti. burgh, to contract lor and furnish planters acd olhers with IRON and WOODEN AXL. TREE CANE CARTS, Light One Hons Cartl, Bagasse Car:s, Drava, Waguons for or four horses, Lught one horse Pleasure aggons, Caunal Wheel • Burrows, Porters' Barrows, Wood Barrows, and Timber Carn.r ages, is enabled tu furnish the above work on Sgood terms, and as cheap as can be lur bd b) any establtshment in the U, Stases. The rsubscriber also continues to furnish work from Wheeling, Va., as usual. He has now for sale: 2$ Iron Axle Cane Carts, without bodies, 17 Mule aold Ox Carts wibh bodwes, 1 Four horse Iran axle Waggton, without body I Four o.rse Wood.ax:e Waggun do. * Canal Wheel.Barrows, 2 Woaod wh*lh.barrows, for sugar house use, Harness and Hmes ; .iraubs Patent Cnro.Msl!,, Double geared Horse Power, mltt mation do., do.; Metallic Juice Pumps made in Cincinnati, ex. pressly lor cene jices; Ilanstaion Badl, klti attrtina metal: GIon, Ccksa. (or steam engines, }glCocks, for steasa enginelbnlern, Cylasner Coeks for steam c) linders--$ sics. N I, I O:d copper, bras, comlosition box. es oed broken Bells. b,agbt at fair pr:ces ar. efdi.g 'to quality. n, ls JAMES 8. SIMJo)NS. S . ,. = a*imLipI FcAp a' TQil F4I SIA~ss' MiL . RAM Demlal Notice. The undersigned, who bus pra'y hecrd ~enutiry for seveaaieen .eNri. begs Iiave toIn innrn hIt fr enrde that Ftr c'.-I-1n ufs to do su at his office I rt aratskin. Though he noes not an inii~trutnrtI IUr rvrrv totath in the head, Iiq hay intruenrrts whtah fir .v.ry inoib in the hrad. Bring pr.acticatflv aquaiated with wuirkuitg tat gaild anad jan airy. he believea he can g~ive peculittr sattrrllctatn is )rtarutg trrth aii gtuld plate o( uihrruiie. He nvitaa FlttIcu!ar atl :pittqi in tii. niew Creole chair, .a,'d Ijt that Iiadar% will hotor him by rnking a epit iti it. Aug~t 16 * . R. HANKINS. Dental Notice The subrcr' !'r ha- :aken the n' lice formi'rli roccupied byr Dr. Blltltidge, and nrri)-y opposite!r the attire of Merrs. Hare' & Birdsall. tzr the, praci'se ofDernie'try. He iºnr4l ti rrmain i,: : :·:1n..:111. a.... ,i he reuadv at all tienrs at Li!/ of~fice to perltrrn all the ruri·,url oruerrti'ns on' teeth connlected with his prufrssiocn Olr TR tions will be p~erformedd either with or with,,ut: adenjuisterintg ether or cbluoroiror u C. LESLIE. Franklin May 17.. 1449. Tailoring. The undersigned hie ju't openerd a hu nextr du~ur 14) .Wý:'LanY' Jewerlry h~l whrje he wmii exea ul. ;ama woio k isa his limut u guid Sit le, mmnd at amortl nnms'. JAMES C. WORREL. Franklin. Augt. 16, 1419 - V. Taibsring. Frederick Eharhardt oula respnwriully in rºriln the cli'Z'mus ol Fr".. kl iim "d the ;sbtjir, thit ise hans Iletey apeai-U a mis. p ma 1I14ia sa., yog tie cuars-r oii lya-2e1's jut , aid wtlian r. -p's". %:!e Merurs Haire & Birdsaull saesºe, wheiire B will casrry tis. the TCasiurisic Bsuain-., sisal will sea anl litirs- be readv to, iatteasd as the- wi-hes tat tiso.-e will. uiýi+. Bttmor siass with hi. cuss'eaei. lii ex 1i~rieaeCe ass a tailoar, asad ha. klitea*~ui dc hatisa isiisaseae. he.t buts, wiIl enablse hbantilu giie tIne Je: . 1 aeia6lleCIIass tio Ilhs cusliamel s. FrassLlia, Dec. 28, 1 45 ,lonuments, Tome.b! The sulbscriber having ,ope,,ed a Marl,;e yard in Franklin, is prepared to build Family, Vaults, Tombs, Head 'rones, etc, and also. make the iuscriptiun when required at thei shortest notice. He has on hand a large assortment of Ital. ian and St. Genevieve Marble. Ad. work wiht Ie pertGrmed eubstanitally and in a workuan.j like manner. For i articulars apply to A. F. McLain o:, Martin Tucoo, Franklin, La. April 19-6,. J. GRAOU ILLA. Saddlery. Thl. under-i,-swd hno je.st ojpened i Shimp on Maeu street, at Ihe" Iola- lor. nurrtl o. cuuaird by ih." late Mr. G3. Ehcblrr. whenr" he unreu.dsea crryuuu tin tart i~u nruu.unncuu l and Saddlery in all their carious urumnu'he'a. }r' will at all Il ttiu e uprep.ared to di nut' wurk it iris iinr of !º~iný a h 'tlc . h.. i uiº.i r".' qiiire of hon. His chargea Wu;i KIwa'. be reaa.nbhlr. CH. KOCK. Franklin May 31, 1849-ly. Frictio la ollers for S ugar Mills. The subscriber would respect!ully incorms the plaulers ol Atetka;'am that he has latelt re;urued Irom the North with a, few sets ofrse. ison ro:lers made to order, and he is prepare., to ccntrsct to attach the-n to sugar malts ian complese order. 'i'hose wishing so avail hesm. (selves of this improveneul will do well to a.p. ply in season that I may order the ne-ess.ar supply from the north etwlre at is too lase.. PResoans wishbsa fr a lull demesiption of slh improsemenr cau obtain it of Mr4 John M. Bate.mao of Patersonville, who has fully tested :s'iraimpor tance. A. B. LRAVITr. Franklin. Loo., May 1Sv 149-tv. Franklin Saw Mill. The subacrbll.r, ,,ow rr.sd to receive and fill orders liar Sawing or :,r Plmning Lunilber at Ihe follownlg prr'. s, wit: Fer all awrebhutable Lusbvr sawed to fill any bill as per dire ell Isr a" O per thouu.uad. Fur Palsua', based or rapped, frum one luch suff, at $10 per thousand. For Letioa work at $5 per thousand, running tnratuae.U For planing. tonpging and grooving, flooring or ceiling, $10 per bhousand. For plaaliug the b(rCpe wasnt the league and groove, $7.50 per ithnuaasd. 'I hey ee.l ewfident thatl the quality of their Lumaber, and neeines ol .lheir work will ph--" she most lastidsuws-we-d leel.ng thus, they would respectlully mnvlse all thase who wial Lumlaer, to call and see them before purchs. sing elsewhere. All hev ask i. a reasn.euble share of palrosage, wbich they will endeavor to mes it. Aprlt t4. GATES & BARNARD. Saw NIll Notice. ' Our saw mill. at Centreville, is now in full opeation. Cypress lmber uof any descriptium tll be furnished at sbart notice fRICES. for Clear stua per. M. s25,00 lercmhaltable. 2U,00 Lathing, Picket Staff&c, running measue, 10,00 H1,d Lnmber, such as Lie Oak, As 4c., suitable r utCars u ihes, PlesIuh Br in,ts, Sutter. ill COllars. on hand at the mall and lor sale on reasonableir srsn. Asy kind ol Lu.mber, hard or soft, saweJ i, order at the mnll at aort no' ce. COr.AN & CA.SY. Cenreville May 22, 1640. I Sps. 5 Psckes.ot :rrtb Rfops. put tip ht 11 Sbw.,juAt rmeived by G. N. 8kAGRAVkj D. EDWARD CROSLAND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Frankiln, La. Will devote particular attention to all busi. iness c,:nfided to, him ia the .everal Courts of the Fourteenth Judicial District. He may be found at the old Mansion House on illo,w street. March 8. 1849. HENRY C. WILSON, Attorney at Law, Haring located in Franklin, will a:tend to the practice of his p,itfessiun, in the several Courts of the Fourteeunth Judicial District. Prr,fesQional hbusiness contided to his care i will Ie promptly attededi to. Office .d cioor from the Reading Room. SPLAIE & COO.K, Attirate and ^o nsellors at Law, Have aos,ºciated thbmselves in the practice o their profession. Legal business of all kinds pr.'mptly attended to. Otlice on Main street, Franklin, Lou. Oct. 5ih, Ib4S. A. a SPLAN!. H. c. COOK. Notice. The nndersigned have this de. entered into ,nrne.r-ih, (Ior the. prnctire of the Law in and ;,r th,' P.arish oi Si. M"Mry, and will punewua. nltv attend to any buine"'- ,,,entrunted to them. I'HOS. ..1ASKELL, A. S. MAGILL. Franklin. Jue, 2f'. 11419. DR. C. L. SMIITH Respretiluv offers hi, p.oesmonal services i~o the ClIz-ns"S nf Franklli and its vicips.y. Office at Grdv'n HteIl. Franklin. August 91h, 1849-ly. A. F. .cLAIN, JEWELER, FRANKLIN, Loa., Has always on hand a complete assortment .fJewelry. Watches. Clocks. and Fancy Goods. tz' Cl,,cks repaired. and Jewelry made to order, or repailed in the neatesi style. a12-ly SAND S & CO. COMMISSfON MERCHANTS. MOBILE, ALA. Speriil atIentonn given t", the sale of So**u ,and MoL&asss. N. H. O)rders foir Pine Lumbar, either far. wary ed *hrerc to Mohair, or l.l t at 1the dffieof hr Planer.' Bainer, Frnukitn, will be poantu .,i:v aie..dlrd to. Commission Buslmes. MOBILE, ALA. The undersaleijed tenders his thanks to the l'launtrr for thb',r lithell patronage during the last ..eas,n, itnd h"gs leave to ntform them that ue will ceanuIIue the same business and hope. ao mn'rlt a eonraeenrc of their favors. N. B. '!'nr- ,, .t ,-. itdltrod by hire fur the ao .. of ScGAR and MoLArSr.s will be strictly ,,h.,rvaed. JO EPi' HALL. O Orders fir Lourlwr, &de., (whlrh should hu given early in ther as:.:ei) will be attended J. H. Mnoile, Ala.. Nv. 2, 148. Commi siou Buasaes. The ,u!.,crilel e-,.ag..u i.. he veneral Conm. nalI.|llon busgIUessi in Nle Y.ork, wWlI enake libe. r..l cbh ,lvlmnceqs on~ duSu..r and Msmlasaes. Apilv In J. W. B.:'es. N..,iolenmvalle or Win. J. tI. wts, E-q.. New Cre.,ms. Ap,26 HAVEN & CO. Mr. Ba+ilev i. nnw on New Y,,k and will reness, Ihrre ti:l the lst S1epl,.,Ler. Persons having husiee'ss wjlh him, wll please address him rare nI lln*a,.;. C.... Now to'rk. Friction Rollers for Slgar Yills, mand auperior Castlil . The u;:ieregned has wade arrangemenatas I which he is prepared to lurnish Frictio ll era fur sugar mills at the tullownog low paices : [tullers 24 inches in di smeter l176 S o0 "' " st10 "* 36" 0. ..0 All the rollers furnished by him will base 'cast steel gulgeous which wili .un in anti atir tion buses. The sulscriber is also prepared to murish castings of any descriptiobt, he workmaaship ai qualty' of which wil be of a very supeior ch.., .strr. Samples of these eastings can be seen at say time at the oiBee of Mr. Jerome Canfield oa Main Street. G. GILBERT, Franklin Jane 7. 1x49--1 y. Cilterrms. - The undersigwesd on n..w prrpared to potp ryp.eum WATER CISTERNS, imn url 4r d ,at aborlt nshei, and on tse most renmem*? He o r rem d to build FLAT BOATS d any wsie, and will furnish mulatrialirdesmred. Hpe os -!n ready to make eontracts lor bell. ding huo,'e of any d.serrprion,, or to perftia Carpenter's Work of any kind. Any jobs whrh he moy engate tooJo will be performd woth tIh umos t dipelch. and delivered is it beau of order. Fur particulors, apply at the Be&ner ose. SAMLUKL CARY. Centreville., May 31, 1849-ly, C. SURT. Vatohaskrt sad Jmwshr. Resp.cu ully ,a,.o m his lrwrnd' ºad thi peb ktr g.nrmlly, thet he has nbaiainrd the hb m lnemerl) ucjunawd by Mr. C. B" rard. wart Mr. S. Smith'sa Si..r.", whry' no will repair wadl. .3 'u.S ' C cub9 r* . r du1 r tp imn, in ºhr ah m PSI *.nd neuau wrarkn..avhap .tyl#. Gpadunr t..nif LU.stretr em I..aav: Flaw Wauu.h".an his eats with 'he' c.a.l.. t.aIeO . hatting 'hr.n e'refall. I ass'Sa.'r'.,. a.ed prMO .vlv raurtured. H. hinpe sAber of aublic p..rooagc. Fragllk. L., Flab 8y 180.