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la Lf+lairrk U r Eove d'eau 4roçia4naion lance par mn B Excellen c JM"Gouveroeur de PJUat J.ak~yig u kli u 4oû 1849, 1 de Iýq y -outrailui de l'a puar. 'ua..ne em:eu pouar opar.esi te u tiqu Luand, b.. * '0"' mLrer 19491 U n Gouvvroeur pour 1! ia - o<tjiOo e. no Lieuietoni CGouéeru pour rasie la VUk Auditeqr de Comptes IPWiqp qtr Pe m de la Lýuisiaie. V, Peprefntao nta ll q ènae! L)isrîrct C~ahnibiasidP1d a cete Etat. U' n Seonreur d'Etra peur le compoSe*ý làa paroisse Ste. Matie. Deux l1-presentans à,la LaiS e de l'Etat pour la paroisSe Ste Marie.. I ULSheri (pour la paroisse StéMaHg. Un Jui-e dë Paix pour ciacuns dea frrondime menis du Jury de Police de la PImmSke &!e. Marit, etepte dvis l'asodiuuat qui cornprçîadla ville de Fra!1kliaoê oùdelJgq de Paix doiuvegM dte li, aussi Un Con,îitl fowr JIra-uo. prondssemnui du Jury e dlie-daniiôis dii féaroisse. Usi Recrder t~ pêroimute SilMaru Onuur de'. (Qoer dw Didlct pair lap Ste, Mele. fituIfdat dem 0SlS pMiqum PMuv' pi Stemarie. UnA- ur pour la pmroim Oie.M Id.. La dito ctioe sema lermie dans »r, ett els ptt ouvertse à9 beureasA. M,m fermés à 4 h - bM., ý4ài chacun de ar.' ro*dIemumua puoiem, et 9ssu teuP dans le» lippT vaut les ýCpomisaouairea ci-aprèshÏet a O è: et oAUdimaiasi Od RWII&uu, 85 arrou. pe .mr J . D oi Bag. a. t4.âp aiiidis~ mausPoe ~4.anard , J AuJa Wl l o 9.arron pshhsat~ Mr ~ sa~ et A MdcWilluqiaswlJ~yqi ,p d BNermoo 7wop'~l#um&PJ AT . et J R Murpb Ir-àla.P m de. 1 armes., pam J TLmDjea., s Bas.. nard,JA Johaoao,àlauiduamu LaS.r -10 areo, pnhutFL Dunr.., i u ifi I Blrien, eP .1 oin Collinq, a .1 reidtlence .olin A Dryalt. Les dits Commissaires feront leurs retours Ile la dite elections au Sierif de cette Parois«u icocforinément A la loi pour tous les officiers à élire, à l'exception du Judge de Paix dans I'ar roudiJi-.,ment qui cu.rpirei;d la ville de Franklin pour lequel ils l:roit leurs retours au Coroner, onimeI 11 est or.!nné par la 31ime section de l'.Arie reg'~la.t rls électionn pour l'Etua de la Louisi:neî, aupruu.le le 1er Juin, 1 16. L. .L CflUTIS, Shrtf. d C. BDJRST. r Watemakr aMt JewdIer. - Respectfully ionorms bis friends and the pob lic generally, that he bas obtaioeder e booas b Iormerly occupied by Mr. C. Beread, oner Mr. S. Smith's Store, where ne will repair watcb Ses and clocks of every description, in the beat. est and most workmansbip style. Goendeme r and Ladies can have fine Waltchb in hbis ae with the confdence of having rmrarefnlly. I thoroughly, and promptly repaired. He bopae by clos attention lo businesn o mariit a hibrl r share of;public ptronage. e Fraglia Le., Feb. 8, 1849. The undersigned, who hs peAie. ticed Deatiatry for sevenieen yearas r beg leave to inform hbi friends thbai oeoaaie uestodo o at his olce in Frankli. Tboq.h he has not an instrumat for every toot in the Sbead, he bas intrumeats wbieh fit every tooti in lbe head. Being pracically aeqoaiaitdwithl wI orking in gold and jewelry. I bdlieves hke give peculiar satid.aelio in seing eetb ea gold plate or otberwise. Heinvies prnicular attention lo hia new Creole chir, ad hope tlh ladies will booor bim by takiag a sat in k. Auat 16 G. R. HANKIN. Igh.nials Redl. The undersiged who bas impoared inio til .country the iuuproved Lightaig Roda, wbhie a ae now in aa ie a Emope ad ina te mert of the United.States, ofiers his Services o theeiti ) zens of Attakapas. The terms of credit which may isit poradm sers will be readily granted. On information being given o ah lin rill attend wilhout delay on the persoua ibilmg io give him employment. MAGLOIRE DELHAYE. SCbarenaon Post Ofce. Indian Bend, Aug. 23, 1849-ly. Paratommere&. Le soussigné importeur des Paratoucaè per(fetionnés, en usage en Europe et au ord des Etats Unis, offre ses service aux habitants des A nakapas. Il accordera, pour le payemeot, le temps et le crédit qui conviendront aux acheteurs. Lui écrire à soo domicile ei-aprhè: il a res. dra sans délai près de eeux qui voudaleat l'employer. 'e ' MAGLOIRE DELRAYS. >/ Indien Bend; Chbrenmo post ellda ^ ~riulIMainP.Daik iia% r&W dot' Frimklia, I&d iw heras.a eM1 as au Mtoe aidiar eios la mN Orleamus or et the Nor&. Ma"dm D. flly enppmetii - . « ea aitya e correct instruction li he lagge IM tbis c auntr, mad trudling isTr *il b lab m tive language tUhe Ien mber dbr be. ars, bs avaled d o tbhe msvieas d" t@ o competent English 'feaers to t m. ia in aat laneage,whto m ile have t 0ie sole h argeof the Eaglishb am es, amnd mi gi lebsse s m me. sic. Madame D., repremi atig aleait br husbud', triends, prti es aes bage br their support, the most tender ad mathedy t tentione th e childb u eetieJd te ber euM. RAUss or Tirms, e. Boad, . . o paer eau Diners only 4 Eagjeb lor Fa 4 F* Mui#c -b Wa.idg . . 8 , ebld Fahmturo #, bu.lai b, e par anL. Ila r s bo dudrie wt. pay ire. i in edvanee. Otbers wil pay emsy mmb le.Rebua beer wi. m Ieebr medi Fuan, . A.qgus 2 e1849. Dioorsoay - * * \n\n IHE PLANTERS' BANNER. New F.AsurrosnLE Wr.Epoxs.-By he lat. est accounts the Hungarians bare strange aux iliaries in the horseherds and swineherds who inhabait the steppes and forests in the interior of their country. The weaponlof the former is a whip, handle two feet long, and thong fifteen, with a leaden ball at the end of the thong, and a chain of snaller balls along it, like the shot on a fishing line. With these they can, at full gallop, pe:;etr'oe a man's body in any inch they please. The wounds thus inflicted are terrible; and these wild troope, of whomn there are many ;bousands, are the dread of the Austrians. The swineherds throw a pculiar hatchet with un-. erring airn, and the surgeons know well what iormijtable, and for the must part irremedialie ifictiions are cause b by hti these casses of (:oXQ.rsaxo Cunx.-The Rey al.uction has led the New Orleans Della into an expo.l :tion ofthb mode and man:ser by which Cuba ,oild be captured by the American farces. l'ie time has not yet arrived for the acquisition ,i t:his new sister, and when it does arrive, I ,hla will not he invaded, nor the city bombard-j ed by American guns. The attempt to take ita by, force would render the acquisition worthtess; I but the day is not distant when it must I, ours, by negot:itionn and putrchase. T''he lircible po.esasion of it, however, is discussed with great freedom at the present time-South S.1lrolirtin. BENN TT ON lurTcOe.-The New York Herald says, "As for the ravings of the Uisiaul we care nothing. Poor Rnrcwsi is in his do. sage. He who was, one day, the reviler of Jackson, and the next his fulsome eulogist the docile tool of Polk, and the tremulous expec tant of the success of Cass-ready at all times to curse or flatter for a 'consideration,' is not entitled to much regard, and may well be al. lowed to perish in the imbecility of an old age, which does not command the respect even of the masters whose hand he has licked, and whose behests he has unscrupulously obeyed. Mr. ex.Commissioner Bra~ulis welcome to his monopoly of dotage and scorrility, and can light his cigar with what fire is left in the old Vir giglan till the next presidential election." Gorr'Ex T.Eat.-A revivalist at the West irecedy paid this complimentl.o woma kind in genaenr :-" I wish to notice a little objection 1 bhsrd to day concerning our meeting. Some I personslahve said that this is hot really the wor of the Lord because nearly all te , seekers, are femalei; they ;lio challenge us b tell why these is a large a pioportioo of the i weaker sex Etgaged. Now 1 ill not answer is ditectly; wt e ee re:two years ago I had lo 1om . tO Chto the prisoners your 0_101 j:" Mowo bow did it ' there1 MAIM viet*ear hendred males, O bout halftid te Viker sexo F'.H. was J a. the CoWEsnmo Ekes.-4 t 1 ig prasring, .ta quiet and com .teable .niee mae quick; disp &o with tie'a L specs ito the dt.al bhe d"rw Dusa sevyred it, sildd p ea to the osit., lie bt got to hisl Bsr eh an old who tild lready hes e rot sabr by his stfchios, o so eti Sir, you arse ooi the csf o Lockod to aýbdr to reioviile I" & "you woulda't hab cs eat de vitoe . - the shicke; de vite de dders. Am Itoa e von boltor of mri njbelly r The wwasp i dumbroundered. - m The eitizens of LSchuyerville, N. Y. ately appoiSdd amsittee tr visit the gam b Aing ad drimbig shups of the village, with a view to stop she nuisances. 4Umgreed to om ply with the laws bot oe-when it was resi r ed lo raise $1,000 to procelse the .ffender. eipe they will do at thosqghly. Otin Wmra.--A chap has been doing the geod people of Detroit by selling them whitei horse hair rings, at iy cents a piece, represen. tiem shat hair was pulled from the tail oil Gean. 'aori famaous "Oild Whitey." ) p:* A plalean'iwife in Suffolk, whilst a tu eaok l4 11 her bagieSl hich she carried a ltiegsmh of keys. sthe soise, e 1P a_ d " ..... J-C-ss the,.' .Ib...krisfiAt a meeting of the York Common Council, - . the a irsreu m ." solution was adopte4. di.urting the appropriate committee to inquite "how many persons there awabalepsd abat the OCty Hall, who are in :tlhakitefglingdra k, and whetoher s mbar .oberperseas would not ana. er wggers oe..-A sory is going the nsunds of a political a pitant in ldiaum, whe,'mountig the 5lvte a apidtiatical speech, commenced wii Florw citioes, notwitbhstaudiet m yuuhU oa eansa i e eI a et fua mew ofta . Cs. ee.icet. Is this not suersisate. ddvesat penam64a todihe ts ibos I Cri p mpeepOed t co iphan e meelthe tmdsmhh utesr esri es, to ligoring places. a" n..hr mannumane ithtegeneralm Com. m.is.e.e basss in New per wall sa1 e libe '-- Wa. ºs a ls tfr'i ti a ll d adies s I ý ' !r Ef ves dto, i York , 1 ELECTION. ,T'ATE OF LOUISIANA. PARISH or Sr. M.TA\'. of By vartile of a proclamation issued by his ,f.Excellencv, Isaac John.on, (Governor ol the a State of [(,uisiana, under date the 4th day of 1, Au,.ust l144t, and to me directed ,the qualified i voters of ihae P'alsh ol lt . Mary, are hereby tinotitied thint an election lir the Io!lowin~g iT.: I cers wiil ibe held on Monday, Ih:- 5th day uo -Novemn b-r next, A. I). 1-49, viz: For (;Goernnr of the State of Louisiana. For aLieutaoan: G;vernor " e For .Audltor of i':.iaiic Accounts of the State of Loui.ana. One iRepre.sentative to Congress for the Fourth C.ra..ra..-oaI I)itLrict. One StlAe Senato; frla the District composed of the Pari-h 4. ,t. Muary. S".'w: iý preenr,,tats to State Legislature for the P+ari, i St. .. :r-,. o .h,' ftor tie I'u , ti h of St. Mary. i A (',or,:wr tar the P.ars-h of St. Mary. One Jutl,'o 'f the Peace for eah Poliae Jury 'ard in the Pi .,i.h, excep. in thea Ward that) gomra.., t!;" "l', owun of Frnnklin, wherein two iJustices o. tht se Ieoc will be elected. One Constable for each Police Jury Ward in! the Parristh. A Recorder nf ,lortgrages fIr the Pari=h ofl 1St. MarT. A C:lerk of the Dirict Court for the Paratsh o[ St. Mary. A SuptrioaenJeat of Public Education for 1jthe Parish of St. Mary. An Assessor for the Parish of St. Mary. Said Election will be terminated in one day. fand the polls will be opened at 9 o'clock, A. M. sand closed at 4 o'clock, P. M., in each and ev. ery precinct-in this Parish, and will be held at the places, and before the Coacmmsiooner here. ! inafter mentioned, vs : ist Ward, Richard Wilktns, George Single. ton, and Wma Rose, at the house of A Romero. 8d Ward, Beoj Borel, Albert Hleatoa, Luiroy Bonvitlamn, at P. Prevost's store. 3d Ward, J A Prere, Alcide Pecot and C Pecot, at the house of Ephraimn McCullum. 4th Ward, Fred Sigur, Jos Legoon, Jr. and Henry Penn, at the house of Gregoire Bodtm. ..th Ward, Jas Taylor. W S Harding, and M I Pilcher, at Gaillard's store. rth Ward, H R Nerson, GoetavePerreut and I A McWilliams, at the boase ofH R Nessoa. .th Ward, J A Tessier, W W Rice and . B Murphy, at the Court House is Franklin. 8:h Ward, J T Hawkins, Jan Barnard, and J H Johamo, at the hous of I T Hawkia. 9th Ward, N Berwick, John Moeariaa sand I D Berwick, atthe house ofD Berwick. Othb Ward, Thee L Doremn , John Yaney, and R B Royster, at the cafee hkun Centreville 11th Wagd, David Robbins, John Muggab and Wm Agre q Agre's cofe bouse, 1Lth Ward, iBR Brashear, C W Brien and John pollis, at the home of J H Bryant. And the sad Comissioners shall make their returns of said Election to ths Sheriff accord. ia to Law, for all the oicers to be elected, ir the esception of Justice oftd Proce in Sfr the Seventh Ward, which they will make return to thde Coroer, a directed by the 30th Section o the Act for toh unlform regula. tioes ofEEIc. s,a.pproved June Isone thou.. t -gi"t hudrd and forty-.tx (1846.) S L. R. CURTIS, bhetif THIBODAUX FEMALE INSATITUTE. t II. S. 'TENNEY, P.incipal. ite - IThe ~Sixt, . "'s-inn of this :. :::rtionrt will he commenuice oni the lirst .Mlr:dav in Octlb:r, l 49,J under the foiihlwing instructurs :' ed !t t. S. IENN'EY, 'Tchcr oj I2It!:e:;:atcs, Na'r.,J (,et, Ihr,:d Phil, xo.oltu. or xhe-s L. . L(:-'s.. Plci:-i,,.! . .txant and Si. lCrinfrI dl ,." t!e I !u i.Z If prt.',r!.. Miss ('. Ltc"x, .1,sis!rn' in !:1n. I.r.pirtmnent. .lt.is! L. L. Lc:os., Ticrh: r in I.'.,roilderr, aeIc"! T FanyW/-trork. :115 s..i. i',,tit:;T, F cor Te"cher. O: aliss C(. RI:I)ICLu, Tracr'er on !i'ant arid Guit:,r. IR.a. JohNs T'nuJ., IProfer.sr of VrI orl ad In. o str(mernel Alci:.r, a:nd Le' !arcr (,:r the l,. of ment.ary rinciples and Sien(c if .lltur. l TE Counsi: or STUDY pursued in this In. stitution, is liberal and extensive, embracing i or all those branches of female education, both' solid iand ornamental, usually taught in Fe male Seminaries. The text books are of the V. most approved kind, such as most thoroughly I.Iinculcate a practical and finished education. v.l T"E SYSTEM oF TEACHING is the result oftI at fifteen years' experience. Great care is taken I a. to avoid any thing like rote; also to adapt the I studies to the capacity of the pupil. Each re- i e. citation is attended with analysis and demon-;( . stratian, and in no case are pupils amlowed to Sleave a text belore evincing a thorous h knowl- . edge of its subject; to accomp:ish which, be. - Csiades pub icexaminations, the last (lay in each I week is apeut in reviewing the studies of thet id preceding days of the week. 1 Particular attention is given to moral and i , physical education. The manners of the pupilsj claim especial attention ; to cultivate which, thei id pupils are daily instructed in deportment by one of the ladies. B Tat GovEMrHNET is kind and humane; no coercive measures are used, but every means to fj id elicit the ambition of the pupil. A report of a the standing and scholarship of each pupil will F id be sent moothiy to parents or guarllans. Yovxl La.as wHo BoAst Ix Tru InAsT. F F, TUTIOY. ` For Board and Tuition in any or all the F English branches, per session of d Five Months, . . - 875,00 F SWashing, per month, - 1,00 F " Furtushiog Bed and Bedding, per it month, . . 1,00 I. " French, .- - . - 2,00 1, " Music on Piano, - - - 7,00 L. a " Use of Piano for practising, . - 1,00 II " Drawing and Painting, Embroidery, L e and Monochromatic Paintig,each, 3,00 m. Calethbeoics and Sacred Music are taught si i. without charge to all who wish to take lessons. I, Furry Youzo LaoDIs can be accommodated A with board in the lastatuition. ' ScaoLAtvc Yaau will be divided into Te Sessions of five months each-commen. cing on the first Monday in October, and ending the last of July. Tuition payable half in ad. vance. No pupil will be taken for a less time athan one session-nor will any deductmons be F made for loss of time, except in case of protrac- . ited illnesas. Pupils can enter at any time du- L ring the sesvton; each pupil's session ending five months from the day of entrance. TO THE PUBLIC. sc This Institution is pleasantly situated on the m right bank of Bayou Lafourche. half a mile be. r uiphe thriving village of TRIODAVtr, suffi. S Mneat toenjoy all its privileges and yet 01 remaeved from the noise and blthle of the town. [iAllt need be said with regard' to health ; for who is acquainted with this section of ,most acknowledg6 it to be one of the E healthiest portions of Loumsiana. Religions pri. vileges are good; four churches-Catholic, hi Episcpklfian, Methodist, and Presbyterian-are he withia halfa mile of the lostitution, either of which, the papils are permitted to attend, acaor. ding to the wishes-of their parents. A large and conveniest building having been added to the Institution, it is now epable of ac.mamodating fifty young ladies as boarders, The principal study room is large, well ventil. pl ated,and conveniently arranged for one hun. or dred pupils. The recitation rooms are pleas antly situated. S'The present Teachers are well qualified forai ir respective departments, and should an io. _ in the school warrant a further increase -leachers, none will be emptoyed but such as Co Swell qualified. No pains will be spared by the Principal to make this Institution equal to ay in the Southern country. Thankful for the past patronage, he would agin solicit the coefidence of the public, pledg* ing himmself to devotes his whole atteanton to the intelctual, moral, and physical education of thoese young la.dies ho art committed to his ebeae, 8. TENNBY, cy t1i. Priscipel. ble Uar, tit Rollers eto Saa an Mills, amd SIperior Casting. - TusanderQaiued hae made arrangements by di *Iichdhe is preperd to tuarishb Fricion Roll C SforPi1ugar mills at the following low prices : ,RIlers 24 inches in diameter 6175 - 0 " " 210 b Al the roliem furnished by him will have s(sdel'gadgeao which will rum in anti-atri tide boase Thfa rbeiber is also p7 taL rish . .ipm f7. of whiw eavery periorm m..ply.e.....-maibis hea men at my 10 ai wa4. e.oe efwI. Jeme CanJald em ,erZ ,. GILUT. (HlUIiistne 7, 1849--1y. S'ailoring. rs The unders'ned has just opened a shop .a5naet door toMc'Lain's Jewelry shlp,.. 'wleie he will iecute any work in hIs hite In r- goal style, amat short notice. JAMES'l C. l ORtREL. Franklin. A,. 16, 1849-- . :1 1 Sailor'ing FreIerick Ehhardt would respectfully in. 'form tie c:tizenl'of Franklin and the public, that he has latelnvpcl .J a sh .,p on .Main st.. on the coriner tf Yexel's lot, and nearly Ippo Ssite .'leasr Ilure Lrasit's s.tore, wherei he will cal ' on lthe 'atlorn. !.;sin..s, amnd will at ail Hles be reac, to aIted:to to te wi lies ul tho}e Im ll,;;. y lar h lmn wllI his customn. Hls 'xp'rie.ce ,i, a itor, aunJd ati knltWi ledge of his aa:, e, . .t: -,, ! erialle han to gie the s' ` i -..'* a$1 Ilt sc omlt'.p iels. l"r Itmn . ) .. ", 1-'45 . 'ie~ undersr.u,'llas just opened a ah.l, oMn lainl stert, at thl place ,or mletr!V rcpa" i 'l by tihc ., 1:r. G. Echier, wh. re In. st'er,.!, airym ii :1 liarness-makin. laod ad<dJ lrv tII a:. their :riouds branches. lie' will at all titihes L. prep. 'd to do any work in his line of blisiness wh:cblthe public may re. quire of him. lis charpg wdll always be lreasonable. CII. KOCK. Franklin M.lay 31, 1SI--ly. Friction Rollera.er Sagar Mills. The subscriber would repecrfully inform ithe planters of Attakapas at be has lately returned from the North win a few sets of ric rion rollers made to order, pad be is prepared Ito contract to attach them to sugar mills ijn complete order. 'hose wining to avail them !selves of this improvement till do well to ap. , ply in season that I may otier the necessary supply from the north befort it is too late. 1Persons wishing for a full eAsciption of this 'nprovement can obtain it of Mr. John M. lBateman of Pattersonville, wo has fully tested ils imnottance. A. L LEAVITT. Franklin, Lou., May 18. 849--ly. Franklin Saw Mill. The subscribers now ready to receive and fill orders for Sawing or 'or tining Lumber at the following prices, to wit: For all merchantable Lumber saed to fill any bill as per direction at $20 per hoursed. For Palinga sawed or ripped, Iron one inch I stuff, at $10 per thousand. a For Latice work at $5 per thoused, running measure. [ For planing, tonguing and grooving, flooring or i ceiling, 10 per thousand. For planing the face wtlRout thetongue and t groove, $7,50 per thousand. ''They feel confident that the quaily of theiri Lumber, and neauness of their worl will please the most fastidious-and feeling tbus,. they would respectfully invite all those who want Lumber, to sall and see them befoe purchas. iag elsewhere. All they ask is a reasonable share of patronage, which they wl: endeavor to merit. Aprd 24. 'GATES & BAINARDI, _nn I ' Saw LINI olties Our saw mill, at Centreville, is now in full Boperation. Cypress lumber of anu description will be furnished at short notice 4 PRICES. For Clear stuff per. M. 825,00 - Merchantable. 20,00 SLathing, Picket Stuff&c, running g measure, 10,00 Hard Lumber, such as Live Oac, Ash, 4.., suitable for Cart Bodies; Plough Bmms, Sugar. e millCollars, on hand at the mill and for sale on . reasonable terms. i. Any kind of Lumber, hard or soft, sawed to t order at the mill at short notice. COWAN d CAREY. Centreville May 22, 1849. Encourage Hoape Manufacture. The undersigned would resectfully inform his friends and the thepublic gpnerally, that1 a he has opened a TIN, SIB.ET IBbN, st COPPER WARS MAAYUPFACTORY, on Main street, nearly opposite the Odd Fel. lows' Hall. He will endeavor to keep on hand a constant 'fsupply of thorovgty made Rare, so as to sop. *ply of demands with good articles, at wholesalei or retail. He-lse employed a superiorworkman, and will be enabled to frnish work at short notice, lair prices, and is manamer which, for work. manship, cannot be sarpased inthe country. Sugar house fxtures is his fine repaired or furnished, and Tin ReLng, C p or 'lithT G(uters, Conductors, . a and Lead work made t3*r. CHARLIK CAMPBS L. Franklin, August 23, 180. 4isterms. The undeisigned is now prepared to pet up cypress WATER CISTERNS, It the best of order, at short notice, and on the meet reasona. ble terms. He is prepared to build FLAT BOATS of any size, sad will furnish materiald if desired. He is also ready to make contracts for buil. ding houses of any description, or to perform Carpette, Work of any kind. Any jobe which be may engage to do will be performed with the ztmpst dispatch. and delivered in the best of order ' For partiulars, apply at the Banner office. SAMUEL CARY. Centreville, Mal 31, 1849-ly, New eeds Jest received-A new stock dofClothes, Do. mesiie Goods, Hats Boots, Shoes, Travelling Truans, Leather and other Coach Tdmmings, 100 EUlI Creole Cotlomade, low priced Auiaette in BansE, Assorted Cordials, Empty i Bottlrs ad Cod, Hard Ware, Fire Ware c. T. EYVINS anklai Sept. 6,-1 J. D. EDlVtRD CROSLAND, ATTcRNEY AT LAW, Franklin, La. Will devote particular attention to all' busi. ine,- conlided to him in the several Courts of the Fourteenth Judicial District. lie may iCe found at the old Mansion House on \ illov street. .Marche, 1849. WENRY C. WILSON, Attorney at Law, lIav.tn located in Franklin, will attend to the pr.etice of his profession. in the several ('ort, o ,the Fourteenth Judicial District. P're.t';ional business confided to his care w\il bh' protly attended to. Olice 2d door from the Reading Room. NPIANE & COO(K, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, Hlave ass.,eiated themselves in the practice a their pro,:i-ion. Legal business of all kinds prrinptiv :ttenlded to. (tice o' Main street, Franklin, Lou.. (Jt... th, t-1 '. A.R SPLANE. U. c(. COOK. Notice. The nndersigned have this day entered into parnershlip for the practice of the Law in and far the Parish of St. Mary, and will puactuma ally attend to any business entrusted to them. THOS. MASWELL, A. 8. MAGILL. Franklin, June 20, 1849. DR. C. M1. SMITH Respectfully offers his professional services 'to the citizens of Franklin and its vicialty. Office at Gordy's Hotel. Franklin, August 9th, 1849--ly. A. F. McLAIN, JEWELER, FRANKLI,,, Lou., Has always on hand a comoplete assortment of Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, and Fancy Geods. (*- Clocks repaired, and Jewelry made to order, or repaired in the meatest style. at12ly