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Nous somme autorisés à annoncer P. DELA
HOUSSAYE comme candidat pour la place de Sherifde cette paroisse. _ N- s .ummes auMursés à an.oncetr HAR DIN BURNLEY comme Candidua pour la place de Shérif de cette Paroisse. Nous sommes autorisés à nnooncer HENRY R. NERSON comme candidat pour la place d'Assesseur de cetit Paroisse. - Nous sommes autorisés à annoncer JOSEPH MILLST comme Candidat pour la place d'As sesseurde cette Paroisse. IL R uy -njilb - te de laede. fm marie. de g6.r1mPooot. - eTerre uflâmeh la vMl de Fuaak de trois oemam bormés r laZ:Adam 9bèIhLM à~ -a les Nos. 51, Z,4 mit m.a trhomzvgt., pidkautlS avec me Profone«r ~t"botcmdu Adda.ms, pà 7;' m par-I la m jadis à la ucoeuaam de f.. james ~mset C+ o#nsomh ua anmeéS hle (i J. V. FOURMY, rUsmii uaf r, 8 Octobre, MO. Avis. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Cour de District, Paroisse Ste, Marie ?4 Succession de feue Susan Mixer. Attendu que Nathan Berwick ce cette par. oise à enrégistré dans cette cour un petition, demandant qu'il suoit nommé administrateur de la succession de Susan Mixer, décédée, epouse de teu Wm. Rochelle, Sen. AVIS est par le présent donné à tous ceux que pela peut concerner d'avoir à deduire dans le dix jours qui suivront la dite du présent avis les raisons (ni aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne serait pas lait droit à sa demande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier 17 Oct. 1349. Avis. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Cour de District, Paroisse Ste Marie "Succession de feue Marie Lucille Boudresu. , Attendu qu'Auguste Landry de cette par oisse, à enrégistré daos cette cour oune petitioo demandant qu'il soit nommé administra:eur de la succession de Marie Lucille Boudreau feue sco épouse Avis est par le présent donaé à tous ceux que cela peut concerner d'avoir à dedeire dans les dix jours qui suivront la datedu piseant avis les raisons, si aucuncoaeils osat, pour tesquelles il ne serait pas fait droit à sa demande. J. V. FOURMY, a Burea du Geur*.9 CO. e \n\n For the Planutr' Banner. ' Mr. Editor :-In a former number of yoar paper, a communication was addressed to Mr. A. C. Weeks, for the purpose of ascertaining1 the truth or error of a report that he is in favor of a division of this pariah. The subject is one of the utmost importance to our citizens, and his answer was eagerly anticipated. But, imita tating the example of one of his illusiiW cotem. poraries, he throws himself back upo'bhiedig. nity, telling us in silent baut impredive language, that we have no right to elicit his c.ers upot this or any other .spjer. This is strange doc trine to be advanced in this free country, and we think we do not err in stating that the conduct of this self-nominated candidate for the legislature will &toeive an indignant rebuke from the high minded voters of St. Mary, in November next. In conclusion, we will state for the benefit of all whom it may concern, that the friends of Mr. Weeks are running him in the northern part of the parish as the DI)risioa Candidate, and his failure to reply to the communication above re. ferred to we conceive to be tantamount to an admissipn, on his part, that the rumor in ques is true in every respect. A VoiEa. For the Planters' Banner. A Bialeguc i tike Load and ea the lead. Medicus. Good morning, Sagittarius. How are the roads above ? Sn.it.arius. Very fine indeed, wihatlmb e. ception of Mrs. A's, which are a disgrace to a civilized country. Med. Why, I passed there yesterday- What is wrong with the road there? Sag. Everything is wrong. When you come to the blidge you must go into the bayou to get around it, or brake your horse's legs in the bridge. Med. Well, if you brake your horse's leg you can recover damages from the read cob. missioner, and be from the planter. I like those bridges, very muid-Tbeyare a kind o men-trap to catch game for the doct"rs. Soag. Yes, that is very like!y ; sih Doctors are the most selfih, unteeling fellows in crea-1 tion-dlways escepting candidates for public of fices. Med. Oh ! you are always sarlirt. adu grumbling about suumethin,- As you have rem"? edy at law for damages, just let my man-traps alone; will you ? Sag. No, I will not, for it is a 'omartrap, ,s well as a man trap. If my wife were to* break her neck there, where is my remedy at law ? she is not my property. Mied. Yes she is. I saw a wife sold once, and came very sear buying her wmyslr. She was a right good looking woman, and sold for half a crowa. I bid two shillings, but a fellow bid sixpense more, and I concluded that was more than she was worth. Her hushand, on receiving tac moesy, said-"Remember, sir, no warranty againts fauhs and defects." Sg. I never knew that before ; lbut I might have known it; tfor many o the marriages of this cooutry are bargains and sale, js,4 as much as among the Turks; the only difference is that there the husband always buy, the wik,. and here ,atuch more frerpiently the wife. ,avys the hausbed--How then shouid [I e entatied to re r damages hr law T lt d. donu't know, but here comes La yer Boohoo. He will tell us. GCud morning. coansellur--I a man gets his wifie kiledl on a bead bridge, can he recover damage frm the person who as bound to keep up repairs . Com, Pshaw ! No! . 3a ... Why ? Medicis says that a wie is a --;'lro'(ertay, and if that is the caseper. 4titd b reeove damsages. Cl~l ut.ts, yes ! True enough-But in the eyebrfheibw suchra catast r5 is not covs siderd aa damage, but the reverse, had idbetr the appellor m.recver auro th .~ l for serviceses re dered. as wM the ia ito Finstey gainut Lees tabjPysiciast It diy proven ioruert tat Led, the physician, glre "fliney's vOe a Iable *poodtl of aremc," thlmtaklog it for ci aS att tanarar e Ade wils of said Tiasley was rmeadeed lese .iteeee; (she being a tatar, the physicidi thought the cream of tartar mnet likely to safi hot cosnstbieam) In thisease the coast decided thai thefe of(eL$ StbhOf be doeblkd, he ayr. ing nreaderd .iTl'ey greater ervice (hich said TiuulWy-ibaplat on nath conessud im pea coit) if aWmdaIast the arseic inestesd of the creas eta intar -ag. Ye.. WelI that is jteough when ume thinks of it, ut there. as t.jr Vathbus attest a tleesretaI-smp i a h t, m through his neeglet.hls ahItJh iI ttiS a me g caaube t.al they must alvry trk heII.r iays. I a pei l , ,otre, for e ah ou m womir. teisders It a yeathaen &eb do. wLI IC r PM Gip ii t a h , w*fl* ° .o trim the sweetsst ower. 0ANDIDATE S. The undersigned respectfully announces him self as an independent WIar CANDIDATE to represent the Parish of St. Mary in the next Legislature. ALFRED C. WEEKS. We are authorised to announce P. DELA HOUSSAYE as a candidate for the office of Sheriffof this parish. We are authorised to announce HAIRDIN BURNLEY as a candidate for the office ofshe. rifTofthis parish. We are authorised to announce HENRY KR. NERSON asa candidate for the Assessorship of this parish. We are authorised to announce JOSEPH MILLET as a candidate for the Assessorship ofthis parish. Notice. The undersigned have this day entered into - copartneahip under (the firm of W. E. C ry & Co . R. E. CAFFERY, W. s. CARY, Centreville, Oct. 1st, 1849. WILLIAI F. A. FLEETWOO. .*.b 1 CA rtreC St. NEW ORLEANS. I October Isrt, 1849-3m I-ION BALL 80TB1. We have received at our new store in Odd1, Feletls' Hall, a large supply of Goods, select. td with carei in the Northern Markets, compris. ing the lullowing, with many other articles not enuumeratedi : A large stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, j a great variety of Dress Goods, Gentlerena's Clothing ; .Hats and Caps; Boots, Shoes pjnd ILeather; Tronks; Books aud Stationery;. China, Glass and Earthen Ware-HardwareI and Cutlery, Tin and Hollow ware; Drdgs; and Medicine,. Paints and Otls; Groceries a Carpetangs and India Mautigs; I'aper ?ang- I ;ints and *nd ow bhales; Saddlery, ausnesl ?aod Collars i Tobecco and Segars; Manassees; Willow and Wooden Ware, Puwder sad Shot,, Window Glass.. We also keep inp store at .oor Warehouse, Steel, Ber, Hoop'and Band IRON; cut and, wrom-aht Nailk;, Horse aslls and Sh wa; whale S;•:rm, Lard, Gaitor, Lioseed and Neatsluoto OILS ; Ptch anud os:n ; Monilh, (:o11on and Tarred P.wpe, l'arkima Yarn ; Soep and Can. Jdevs;. Choice Wines and Liquors; and all indts uf hmbayt' PLAYxTATION GOODS. We are expmeimng sonm to receive a variety of Stoves sad Parlor Grates, sad PFeemtr houllhow Ware, P:aooss, Stone Conl, Haey, Cab. inelt Furnitare, &c., &a. (rders ittealde4dto (mns a disdasce, nad- rast care take' in the so. keuton of goAts . Fr , J. t. & R. E.- TALBOT. 0Frank n, Oct..IP .- + 'iiifr s, acai to the 1stKIr8 6OQIbS; .4. Sr mr·~Pgaui~mrj~a a Also, 8mdri, ~~L~Bi. Cl t BLQ j - 7r 4 'I) ..7 ,h , iHy. .; Crescent Nutual Insuurance Company. TRUSTEES: Samuel Bell, R. B. Summer, Thomas A Adams, J. W. Zacharie, Moses Greenwood, John E. Hyde, J. A. Barelli, John O. Woodruff, Wm. P. Converse, C. T. Buddeecke, Clendy Burke, W. B. McCutcheon, David Hadden, Louis de Sau!les, John D. Bein, C. A. Barriere. J. W. Stanton, O. L Dabelstein, Nathan Jarvis, Puig y Puig, George Jonas, Z. Taylor, R. Simms, Winm. Burgess, J. F. C. Vies, D. L. Ranlett, John M. Bell, J. Rifliard, II. M. Wright, C. R" Wright, E. J. Walsh, F. Y. Carlisle. James Kirkman. MUTUAL INSURANCE, The only domestic Insurance Company in this city doing Fire 3larinc and Ricer Insu.1 rance upon the. Mutual Princille. The Oresent Mutual Insurance Company of New Orleans, With a subscribed and pledged capital of TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS, Is now ready to receive applhcations and make insurances, at their office. on the northwest cor. ner of Camp'and Gravier streets, on. FIRE MARINE AND RIVER RISKS at the tariff rates'of Pwemium. . This company is established upon the mutpal principle of insurance and is emphatically a home institution :its earnings are to be invested' and employed here, under the immediate.controli of the Trustees and not sent to other cities for' lonvestment. Every person insuring with it becomes in. terested in its success and the profits instead of being divided among a few stockholders, belongi to those who Insure with the company. The Trustees, aware of the vital necessity of a well secured and pledged fund reliable in cases ofloss, and ample under all ordinary calamity, assure the public that they have now a fund of TWO HUNDRED THOLSAND DOLLARS subject to all the contingencies of capital, and liable for all the losses of the Company. The Trustees believe this subscription offers full security to the assured, and that this Com.s pany presents unusual guaranties for prompt nod liberal settlements in cases of loss as the funds ofthe institution are'retained here, and its being purely a southern and domestic institution its ads are not controled by foreign directors, and it will conform to southern habits in its mode of business. The portfolio of the company is at all times open flr the inspection ol i:arties wishing to make insurance with it. SAMUEL BELL, President THOS. A. AD.A MS, Vice President. CnA.RLS; J. M.assoNt Secretary. o18.6m. B1NANI1 OF ATTAKAPAS. j The Bur.ner of A.luknras will commence 1 rur..u,' ah.Lut the fits: ul November as a reguo 1 lar packet betweei Nve, Orleans and Bt. Mlar ,:iuville, ouch;u at all intermediate land-,i oing. She will make er trips by the sea route -i until the navigation through Bar ou Plaqueminel] as open, after which she will make her trips by,i way oa Plaquwmire during the high water sea. :1 so,. :i The Beaner is new, only eighteen months a old. built in the most substantial manner, and is;i auWtuwdergoimg thorough repairs, and is re.' I eciving those additions which are necessary to J intke her a good sea boat. She has been thor. oughly rediked,,boltom, sides and deck,-fals. j sides base been added, 'giving her 83feew! k.A.r defe.asm , also an entire bottom outside of i the present one, which will be thoroughly calk- - ed end fasteend, renderin it atlmost impossibhs for her etift, to spring eleakl afBse bro en snags. Thbe und.areiged eric e.i codo that the B*aehr will be the f14ot best ie fbt ~arryima lire most treight oothe.ameWan - t at any -between two sad ive feet. The teder* t ~bs ocasi n.t aetoer thnm s for the i ieo hnotn(e give. Batag arestttipectlly p 9tý adz _. 4 iea t p _ 78 on the Vl11of d (et by echoothe 1s .dý.-Thep r- - p V y - For s" img Skvsu, GCvn* ek., aud Bath Brick hrr aharwpemla ,fir mO at the Ap eary's 1al. S RABE. List of Letters Remaining in the Franklin Post Office up to the quarter commencing October 1st, 1849, which, if not taken out within three months trom this date will be sent to the General Post Office as dead letters. A. B. Amis, Gilbert Baird, W H Applegate Wm II Bloomfield, Miles Brown, Elias Bronson, A Bill, Mary Beaulin, hilaire Brown, Geo. A Banta, isaac C. Circin, b Catlett. jas m Campbell, farquhard 2 Carlisle, oaro Carty, dialthu a Carr, mr Chapman, frederick Cunning, f h Chopoton;, n Casteny, madam Cline, ann D. Davis, mr Douglass, wi c Dunn. wm Dwyer, doct thos 2 DeBow, adam Derouen, augustin E. F. Eichler, g 2 Ferguson, lazrus I Foster, o o Fuller, capt e w G. Gimball, michael 2 Gibbs, robert Gibuough, a f Gerrald, geo. m f Gravenberg, mr Gossett, john w H. lHarris, n Hood, jno b Hlunter, s Hirsteen, josiah taylor J. Jacobs, jno e Jones, peter Jones, james Jones, mrs ann K. L. Killgore, doct h. Levembre, chas K'enaer, duncan I Lawson, robt Lyons, susan PM. N. Minor,'jno w Neil, henry. Milo, mr Nuel, robert P. Palmitier, george Pertain, I hb Phine, mademoiselle Perret, j b R. S. Rogers, samuel Sparks, miss lydia Roemain, jean pierre Smarden, thomas 2 Schoenheit, theodore Stall, phillip Sawyer, moos Switzeu, owen Scott marion Smpith, abagail e Stephens, wm Simpson, wm 2 Still dr Co., r b Sopherry, mr. 1T. Thornton,doct a g Thompson, w x Thomeyuove Etsad. Tarkington, rossana p 2 V. W. Vinson,stokely Walker, g h Verdine, ranna Wilson, e w Van Dora, ame White, robert Wynne, robt bruce 3 Wilson, robert Wilson, s w Persons calling for any of the above letters will please say Advertised. D. DENNETT, P. M. Probate Sale. District Court, Parish ot St. Mary Estate of Edward Pecot. There will be offered for sale at public aue. tion at the court house in the town et Franklin, by J. V. Fourmy administrator of said estateJ on Saturday, the 10th day of Neveber anet, the following property belonging to the -afore said estate, vis: A let of ground is the tlw Franklin, on the wes.scide of mdooed uit ta ing 80 feet front thereon by a-depth ofil bounded south by Adams streel, and moeL lot formerly belonging to the N nal asu. Banking Company, wik lags and improvements th.apwa No. 39 on the plan of aidby Joseph Theall. ,Also,.farlots of Groa d knelrw elota Nos. 51, 62, $S,' having to r three hundred sand i thid street, by three ded north by hoad b Third street, 1Ai 'strsan, Iland os the eaft Jns andediIo+ . i. Miuade known AdMinistrator. ' Oct. 8th, 184l S ter Clotlhing. A assortment just receivod per scr. S8. r, direct from the m.an ucters, uwill sold at a.mall advance by ~s _ M.4 WALKER & CO. Saddlery. A enoal assortment of Saddles, Bridles, M is, Collars, Cart Saddles, Dray Sad d and Britchiog; also a fine lit of 3uggy and Whips of all descriptions, and for a by M. WALKER & CO. F--issirppi Fever Tonic F sale at Apothecary Hall. C. RABE Notice. S'ATE OF LOUISIANE. District Court, Parish of St. Mary Eitate of Susan Mixer, deceased. Whereas Nathan Berwick of this parish has filed in thie court a petition praying to be ap pointed administrator of the estate of Susan Mixer, deceased, wile of the late Wm. Rochelle Sen. Notice as therefore given to those whom it doth or may concern, to show cause, if any they have, within ten days from the date hereol why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted, J. V. FOURMY, Clcrk. "Clerk's office, Oct. 17, 1849. Notice STATE OF LOUISIANA. T District Court. Parish of St. Mary Estate of Marie Lucille Boudseaux, dec. Whereas Auguste LaDdry of said parish, has filed in this court a petition praying to be appointed administrator of the estate of Marie Lucille Boudreaux his deceased wife. Notice is therefore given to all whom it doth or may concern, to show cause, If say they have, within ten days from the date hereof why the prayer of said petitioner should not be gran ted. J. V FOURMY, Clerk. Clerk's office, October 9, 1849. Per the Esh i &eams al er J w, Master, will I(ak per week from the above port, ber way op, Mondays and y, WsliP. M. lFinklia on' her way down, Wednes. *ad Satsrdays, at 4 P. M. by this route, will reach New is twenty4our hours. (Carriage are always in readiness, on the arrival of the boat at the Indian Village, to cor veys:mgses ro tiheriver. Freights forwar ded with dApac. "0.r The Cerreo will eeand her t1Suaday trip only as hr as New Thnm..) Fe further mfirematioespply on board. oil New tOlmaus snd AaUsaspe Peest. ElRTRAID. " E. C&asu.s, Master, Having c*ian-*ced ber rugular tripe between eaud New Orlas., asad being well wdt i t e tnds, will cotise anssl g on thblroute dudig tesoses. No paRs will be sared to prosote tim cart to pmeagers, ad give etissction to all who may favor the boawih their patronage. New Orlee and AIhipes Regaterl Packet D . O F sayrr , Master, Basrins he* f *.ut and repair ed, willru a as a during the low waer s ason, i spared as, regatrds the o .est and stestion to freght. apt. ri abtriet amties to busi. s Tb aptishe eopatrolage. For freight Regulr Packet ktoeen New Orleas and St. mdliiarsse is Bnrick a Bay sd Thu light draeghtLand well know. Seaer. VWBTA, Capi G as. Faset beriing uadergone thorough repairs, ad ranking A. No 1 in the laseraace Office, has takes the place of the GOey Eagle, and will make regular trips through. oet the eatire iseaso olew water. The captain hopes b canr and strict at tasbaI to b-siae.s to receive a share of pub. lic patronage. For Freight or passae apply n board. July I9, 1849. Wedieloe Cohess aid Vials. EnemO apparalis, copping glasses, syriges, instrumeats, Physicias' glassware is large - supplies at Apotbecanras' Ball. C. RABE. Eats and Caps , or every description, including msa's and boys' sizes, just received per scb. H. S. Laufer and for sale by M. WALKER & CO. Beets sad Shoes Of all qualities and sizes, direct from the *manufacturers, and will be sold on as favorable terms as aay in ous market by r oct4 M. WALKER & CO. lair Gloves and Straps. The grsl Englibsh Renovaltor arrwed and 1ior sale at my shop. C, RABE.