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,k de --i% w ------- -L à 1~oo~Z?. purÀ b 0,-ar ui lu .41 Ilm nerd.IA 9 m e e t I ýuwiba§4 ta ueat lavi OU oý« .m W Brieo, et J ohn Collins, à la residence John A Bryant. Les dits Commissaires feront leurs retours de la dite elections au Sherif de cette Paioisse conformement à la loi pour tous les clliciirs A élire, a I'exception du Judge de Paix dans I ar rondissement qui co.ripreî;d la ville de Franklin pour lequel itls feront leurs retours au Coroner, comme il est ordonné par la 30mnc secmion de l'Acie reglantit les élections pour l'Elal de lu Louisiaine, approuvé le 1er Juin, lt46. L. R. CURTIS, Sherif. Paratemmcres. Le soussigné importeur des Paratoauères perfiDetiuooaés, dn usage en Europe et au uord dem BMats Unis, otie ses service saux habitants des Atakapis. Il accorderai poor le payement, le ltmps et leerdit qui cdvi«wdroot aux acheteurs. . Lui 4crire bs domicile ci-après: il as rea. dra ans délai près de ceux qui voudraiest Pemployer. MAGLOIRE DELHAYL Indian Bend; Charenton pot office. \n\n THE FPLANTERS' BANNER. THE LANDLESS. BY A.CCE.STL E J. H. DUGAtl .* The landless! the landless. With frebead i thediet- Behold in oater darte These wrvehed thrut ! I hear their sulw a And their cuss es aqd deep And I ee their bedi writhing Lae a maniaLesa so oskep ! Wil no li ghting read their fetters ? Will ao i*beam piece their eyes Iths name of truth a.d .shood, Will they never-mei.tire. The ladless! the liI! The have bo biead u-e l Their aher's graves re tL For strangers own the sods. They have no home nor cauntry !le rf amor hoele beshest-- - Though all around ibthm bIss em The beautihfi, glad earth? hey ,,git a ,.ngem. tt - And they blild a araiger's dome- But the landleu !-the landles! God help them! have no home! THE OYING DRUNKARO. Tune-Oh aO , we neer smes tgarhe. 4. retched on heap f straw-his bed ! The dying drunkard lies; His joyless wife supports his head, And to console him tries ; His weeping children's love would ease His spirit, but in vain Their ill paid love destroys his peace ; He'll never smile again. His boon companioos-wheu are they Who dhard his heart and bowl ? Yet come not nigh, to charm away The horrom from his sol. What have gay friends to do with those Who prom the couch of pain ? And he is racked with mortal throei .e'll never speak again. BE SAYS OF DOW4[ING VMEFORGOT. ?une-41da Lang aut. Be d of cdiming wine Impt, et water goblre line ' And frorm yw mesery e blot T he days of dt ki m w in s. . Thee. daysef draoo 7kg wine, my falnd, Thsem.dy fdlkn ie A temprance bony i w * a pwa (Wedya.o duinkiag wine. we a·H dr quid to days long put BrDigh jic me vine ; But he as from ow memoris wt Thes. _ tCmeM a aag quo .$ bicie ha, sym, my rienld, lbd c efar sg ýý e, a Orr km!r are =8 bsthe page acorium, aO r Pt bt y K t wr irte. ustneibmd.Ysd meet. Andw·~r thewbl . D54 m & i&indslo m *E sANTXCo.-'1 ;s oar~m sm *a& waw aimedem sGe.. " sacrjh sl con" ha.fj. 4, h1J' e d Mmd Sio g & Caopsrrte wi 16 O W ie tdus a -me, in my ammiluuale of ifnysiem, ; Ihb bil i ber am* dbs pmin& the a rw u Mr. bet. ~ nriii ~f Coar= Vxcw.-Mumnd }kmasiUmYdsa rYkrm6;i-~r~n obsrern-, s 1 d hE~ir 4msr;WkOrif4 Mm shis lowig oft, bigr "Deeswd Brsw [ý* class for Oiastý e tbost sas cahsm jalS ,. , $04 sad lii ýI d~ liil . ýoeat a iiii'L~ abet sbaks IN to ýA e i Odd We.. ar . disi~d Goof ( 'aoi. - Hi.. TALBOT, k=in Jam A" odr) a.&I%4 Do. S7 i to , Tmds - . -Vfim- .": Se~· pt. a,-17" 3LECTLION. STATE OF LOUISIANA. ParsH "or Sr. MatR. * By virtue of a proclamation issued by his Excelency, Isaac Johnson, Governor of the State of Louisiana, under date the 4th day of August 1840, and to me directed ,the qualified voters of the Parish of St. Mary, are hereby notified that an election for the fo!lowing ffli cers will be held on Monday, thr 5ith day of November next, A. D. 1S49, viz: ForiGovernor of the State of Louisiana. For Lieutenant Governor " For Auditqr of Puilic Accounts of the State of Louisiana. One Representative to Congress for the Fourth Congressuonal District. A State Senator (roar the District composed of Pariah of St. Mary. w Representatives to' State tegilatare for the Parish of St. Mary. A Sheriff for the Parish of St. Mary. A Coroner for the Parish of St. Mary. One Jstie 6f the Peace for each Police Jury W1arda'n tl~Parish, except in the Ward that comprises Town of Franklin, wherein two Justices 4 Peace will be elected. One Constable for each Police Jury Ward in theParish. A Recorder of Mortgagcs for the Parish of St. Mary. A (lerk of the District Court for the Parish of St. Mary. A Superintendent of Public Education, for the Parish of St. Mary. An Assessot for the Parish of St. Mary. Said Electioe will be terminated in one dad. and the polls wall be opened at 9 o'clock, A. M. and closed at 4 o'clock, P. M., in each and ev. ery precinct ithis:Parish, and will be held at the placets.aa4 ~ re the Commassioners here inafter meanoei4vit : 1st Ward, Richard Wilkins, George Single. ton, and Wn Rose, at tih house of A Romero. 2 3 Ward, Baj Brirel, Albert Ileatoo.Lufroy Bonvillain, at J Prevoast's siore. 3d Ward; J A Fre, Alciide Pecot and C Pecot, at the house of Ephraim McCullum. 4th Ward,4F're Sigur, Jos Legnon, Jr. and Heary Penn, at the house of-Gregoire Bodin. 'th Ward, Jas Taylor, Wa Harding, and M Pilcher, at Gaillard's store.v - oth Ward, H R Neson, G t. l"PerrettCand A McWilliams, at the house of H R Nashso. ` 7th Ward, J A Tessier, W W Rice and 3 B Murphy, at the Court House in Frabklin. 8:h Ward, J T HawBiUs, Ioo Barnard, and J H Johnson, at the house of J T Hawkins. 9th Ward, N Berwick, John Merriman and D Berwick, at the house of D Berwick. 10th Ward, Thos L Doremus, John Yaney, and R B Royster, at the coffee bhuse Centreville 11th Ward, David Robbins, John Muggab and We Aire, at Agre's coffee hetons lStk Ward, R B Brashear, C W Brieu and Collies, at the house of J H Bryant. And tho mid Cs·issiek rs shall make their smares of paid BEletio to the 8hsriS aaord. L-tak, for ll the i rs be oleted, w kih temeeptios of Jusjie a d'th Peace in i" r de use Wnad, which they will aa iamts t she Coroner, as directed by the of the Act forhe emform.negla appr.sed uane tst, one t;os and fort -aix (1846.) 1 , CUL R RTIS, Sherit ht, THIBODAUX FEMALE INSTI.TITE. f ,,lt. S. TENNEY, Principal. Itl The Six:li Session of this Institution will s commence on the first. Monday in October, v 1849, under the following instructors : a Ml:. S. TENNEY, Teacher of Malhewnatics.it Natural and Mforal Philosophy. e Miss L. C. LGon:;, Pricipal Assistant and Su. b perintendent of the Study Department. b Miss C. LIcoN, Assistant in Eng. Depart ment. Miss L. L. Licon, Teacher in Embroidery and Fancy-.ork. Alas. J. RorVERT, French Teacher. Miss C. REDFIELD, Teacher on Piano and Guiter. Ma. Jo.s Ttrr:n, Professor of Tocal andl In. strwuental Music, and Lecturer on the. Ec-. Imentary Principles and Scinwce tf Music. THa CounsE or STVDV pursued in this In. stitution, is liberal and extensive, embracing all -those branches of female education, both solid and ornamental, usually taught ir Fe. male Seminaries. The text books are of the most approved kind, such as most thoroughly inculcate a practical and finished education. Tar SYSTEM oF TEACHIt IS the ,result of fifteen years' experience. Great care is taken to avoid any thing like rate; also to adapt the studies to the capacity of the pupil. Each re citation is attended with analysis and demon. strution, and in no case are pupils adlowed to leave a test before evincing a thorough knowl. 1 edge of its subject; to accomplish which, be. I aides publicexaminatlons, the last day in each week is spent in reviewing the studies of the preceding days of the week. Particular attention is grven lb moral and physical education. The manners of the pupils claim especial attention ; to cultivate which, the pupils are daily instructed in deportment by one of the ladies. Tat GOVERNxanT is kind and humane; no coercive measures are used, but.every means to elicit the ambition of the pupil. A report of the standing and scholarship of each pupil will be sent monthiy'to parents or guardians. fouNe LADIt Ws w BOARD IN T'r I.sTI. TUTION. For Board and Tuition in any or all the English branches, per session of Five Months, - i75,00 " Washng, per month, . - 1,00 " Furnishing Bed and Bedding, per month, - . 1,00 " French, - - .- 2,00 " Music on Piano, - - 7,00 SUse of Piano for pqctisiog, . . 1,00 1 Drawing and Paintiag, Emlbroidery, and Monochromatic Painting, each. 3,00 Calesthenics and Sacred Music are taught without charge to all who wish to take lessons. FIFTy YoNno lanDIr can be accommodated with board in the [nstitution. Tax Scao.Atrro Yana will be divided into Two Sessions of five months epeh-eommeo cing on the first Monday in Octsqer, and ending the last of July. Tuition payable half in ad. lance. No pupil will be taken fo. less time than one session-nor will any deductions be mde fr loss of time, except in case of protrac ted illness. Popils can enter at any time du. rug the session; emob pupil's sJ aion ending nwlas frym the day of entreace. . 'iO'FBE PUBLIC. T tlulriqatitmd is pleasetly situated on the rgthe be.ltiayoe Lafoarelie, half a ila be. ithe tlrhng village of T*aýu i, aut. Iar all its ssad yet i seaid of the twn. .Whhi rea r to health; for inti thiss "of pri. Slie d ahe Ittq . *I gbp rs ar ell' - utdi d (or m ts, and wed an "n 1" r841-Iy, -" SIid egit lll.ao sabretabe h at Al ,, pall. C. RABE. . IPh ~ ri 5 siltii -'.7~ ~ i-n ka~cu r~t birp~rS had at Apdab ~ 5l C. RABE. Tailoring. The undersigned has just opened a shop ne next- door to Mc'Lain's Jewelry shop,i wlheJe he will execute any work in h:s li,- lei good styvie, and at short notice. JAMES C. WOR()RlUE. Franklin, Aug. 16, 1449-y. I Tailoring. Frederick Ehrhardt would respectfully in form the citizens of Franklin and the public,, that he has lately opened a shop on Mlain st.,i on the corner of Wexel's lot, and nearly oppo-il site Messrs Hare & Birdsall's stLUo, where hec( will carry on the Tailoring il;siue-~, and w1ll at all times be ready to atte+nd to :he l v:-hes olf those who may favor him with his Cu~toUIl. Hit, experience as a tailor, and his knowledge of his; business, he trusts, will enable him to give the best of satisfaction to his customers. Franklin, Dec. 2, 1848 MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE AND FIRE INS. CO ' ECi0 Peramanc nt Fau4 by Act of Incorporatioa, 00oo,eoo. Parint 0ce, No. 94 Graierstreet. Between Camp and St. Charles sts. TRUsTst s: John Hagan, Joseph Walker, John S. Allison, Peter Conrey Jr. Manusel White, Wa. E. Leverichl Robert J. Ward, Semi. Stewart, Edward Sparrow Isaac Johnson, G. Strawbridge, Huy. S. Buckner Peter Conrey, Jr., President Board of Trlstees DLRECTORS Jo.. W. Stanton, John Btred Sr., M. H. Cohen, John L. Lewis, John Calhoun, Preston W Farrar W M Goodrich, Joshua Baldwin, Win H White, J L Sagarans, Warwick Martin. John D. Bein, A i.Cresman, Mark Walton. Wm . Toipkin",, Coral Fellowes. Joseph Lallande, John B Leefe, Edw. Jenoer Core. j)" This Company is prepared to entertain applications for liie losurance, and issue Po Slcles, on all sound aqd healthy White persons and Negroes, at the Table of Rates established by the Board, which are less than the rataes charged by Now York and London offices, and without their teatrictcas as to residence in the1 South. By the charter, dividends of profits are declared annually, and the profits draw in serest, and can be available at once to the eCx tent of two.thirds -of their amount, where the party hba paid his premiums in full. Joax HAGAW, President of the Company, PLeaeroa W. FAanRa, Vice President. A. J WLDD~Uosra M. D. I Medical Board of STuous Hoerr, M. D. ý Consultation, HA3RAh Doera, Secretary. J. W. LYrw, Medical Examiner, Franklin La., California Permits are issued to Life Insu. ranee Members at New York and London rates. Prospector, table of rates, and all in formatiom as to Life Insurance, and all papers Secensary to effect Insuranceean be had at the . office of the agent of the Company at Franklin, SLouisiana. . -In order to accmmnodate all classes of our e citizens, young men oadd ipehanlcs having fa. e milie.dependsat upol..li the Company will . alloa all pemws ,tistag for life, where the i premium asmoiif 401 over p50 per annum, to i pay onehalf in eash indoes-half in satisfho ry endorsed note at.i2 miiti,' bearing inter. ist a pishint per annum. ';N. B. The bminess of this Company" il *dillhnd to lar~a xslAxeC s otry. By a res. Sttion of the Bard, no Fire, River or Marine : Risk are taken. Ago.'., aN. MeMILLAN, | 'AgeI, at the Custom-house, Franklin, La. ( - · 16-.Uk'oa;IeE.Iee ianufautiucture:. -. J T~aý ouh1 eipect0ly iniobrm frismbrfad O~publicgerally, that TI1V 8t aPVd COPPER g sliyieosite the Odd Fel. keep on Z-4`8a co }.d oda am aoautoasup. bb gd~ utialed, at wholesaloI r ie baa, e~pk1ed a c Y l _qr workwimi, and will be enab htah short notice, W iipcaiCbt &gs lose f zturaC wd or :ý.Tin ..djo. a am. 7 ~ S.r~iw 0rIS t z l 3 Wp~ l : ~SUEill~ HAB kl~ Co. New.ork Y mae wibl. J Ei4. N w Sepeaaetb.r c .. Is r: tamp- in Now. Yetk aiF d wlill t wing bu edu with bh, will pkdas addrss. bier care of Haven CoC; lNew York. Am. £bur ti' 185@ Will be received furnished gratis to the pub. lic. C. RABE. D. E. W ARiAD CR'OSLAaD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Franklin, La. .,i' ýlt d-v': particular 'ttentinn to all busi. 'nieo ,ontifil!ed to hiili ini the .-veral Courts of il,' i'ourteentil .Tudicial District. lie may be fuunt :a; the old Mansion House on Willow stalt. Mac't, 8, 1-4k. .iENRY C. WVILSON, Attorney at Law, Ha ving located in Franklin, will attend to the practice ui his profeiisiou, in, the several Courts of the Fourtev.nth Judicial District. Protess:oial business confided to his care will be prompt!y :attende'd to. Utlice 2d door tFronthe Ieading Room. SPrLA E & COOK, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, Have associated themsei'ves in the practice o Itheir profession.. Legal bu.iness of all kinds promptly attendemd to. . Ofiice on Maiz: i-t:eet, Franklin, Lou. Oict. 5th, 1.4". A. R SPLAKE. c. C. cooK. Notice. The nudersigned have this ad'% entered into parnership bor the practice of the l.aw in and tiir the Parish o" St. Mary, and will punctua aliv attend to any business entrusted to them. TIIOS. MASKELL, A. S. MAGILL. Franklin, June 20, 1'49. DR.C.CI. S. MITH Respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Franklin and its vicinity. Office at Gordy's Hotel. Franklin, August 9th, 1549--ly. A. F. MIcLAIN, JEWELER, ,FRAI-KLI., Lou., Has always on hand a complete assortment of-Jewe!ry, Watches, Clocks, and Fancy Goods. r Clocks repaired, and Jewelry made to order, or repaired in the neatest style. at2-ly C. DURST. Watchmaker aund Jeweler. Respectfully informs his friends and the pub lic generally, that be has obtained" the house lormerly occupied by Mr. C. Bernard, near Mr. S. Smith's Store, where no will repair watch 1es and clocks of every description, in the neatl est and moat workmansbip style. Gentlemen and Ladies can leave fine Watches in his care with the contfience of having them carefully. thoroughly, and promptly repaired. He hopes by close antention to business to merit a liberal ,hare ol public patronage. Franklin Lcu, Feb. 8, 1840. Dental Notice. The undersigned, who has d<ac ticed Dentistry for seventeen years, begs leave to inform his friends that he contin ues to do so at his office in Franklin- Though he has not an instrument for every tooth in the bead, he has instruments which fit every tooth in the head. Being practically acquainted with working in gold and jewelry, he believes he can give peculiar satisfaction in setting teeth ow gold plate or otherwise. He invites particular attention to his new Creole chair, and hopes the ladies sWill honor him by taking a seat is it. Augt 16 G. R. HANKINS. ' Ligittlag Reds. The undersigned who has imported into this country the improved Lightning Rods, which are now in ase in Europe and in the north of the United.States, offrrs his servtces to tbheciti eos. of Attakapas. The terms of credit which may suit percea. sers will be readily granted. On information being. given to him he will attend without delay on the persoas wishing to give him employment. IAGIg)RE DELHAYE. SCharenton Post OCice. t Indian Bend Aug. 23, 18419-1y. YOnwE La.dies Acadey .. Iadam P. Delahoosaysy. irams hper Mad th ic that she hasopened a Yoab La. ,. ud a... of .ser, smeioos n Nepr O easr at the No-th. .t. hul. y emnasitifg the aecessity of S a w. tutheag that pa til be the as. he rlangus of the u number ether schol am, ha avale of the serniees of two caepet EEnglish teachers to instre s that a wio l h va the sole ctag s the R 'esula S, ad erw give Iessom in u so Madaae D, preentig herself to her Fakdsi, L. A.-mi9 in eac, 1r tbr doppo most taer an: d motherly at Sglino th.te children entrusted to her care. r sIATs oF Turrnof, &c. , Boud . . $10 per month bls and French, 6 " Ail&a or French 4 " K Mi.e . 6" " washing 3MM School Furniture, 4'c furnished by the par. eats. Regular boarders will pay three months in advance. Others will pay every month Regular boarders willbe instructed in needle work gratis. Franklin, Lou. August 23, 1849.