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Vente de Succession.
Cour de District, :a.rous,. Ste Marie. Succession de feu Edourd Pecot Il seta offert en vente publique à la maisoni de cour dans la ville de Franklin, le Samedi,; 10me jour du mois d6 Novembre prochain, par J. V. Fourmy, administrateur de la dite succes sion, les propriétés suivantes appartenant à la Piite succession savoir: Un lot de Terre situé dans la ville de Frank-I lin, sur le côté ouest de la Seconde rue, ayant quatre vignts pieds de face sur la dite rue, avec. la profondeur de trois cents pieds, bornés au Sud par la rue Adams, au nord par un terrainl appartenant jadis à la Banque du Canal, avec tous les batisses et ameliorations qui s'y trouvent Le dit terrain est designé par le No. 39, sur le plan de la dite ville tiré par Joseph Theall. 4 lots de terre situés dans la dite ville desig. i nés par les Nos. 51, 52, 53 et 54, contenanten semble trois cent vingts, pieds de face sur la 3e rue, avec une profondeur de trois cent pieds, bornés au nords par la terre appartenant jadis à John M. Bateman. à l'est par la 3me rue, au sud par la rue Adams, et à l'ouest par la terre appartenant jadis à la succession de feu James Sanders. Les termes et conditions seront annoncés le jour de la vente. J. V. FOURMY, Administrateur. Bureau du Oreffier, 8 Octobre, 1849. Avis. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Cour de Distiict, ) Paroi-se Ste Mbarie Succession de leu Adrien de Viville. Auendu que Paul Prévosi et Auguqtin L. bau de cette paroisse, cal enrégistré daos cette cour une petition demandant qu'ils soiebt mnom més curateurs, conjointmenl, de la susdite suc cession. Avis est par le préeent donné à tous cesx que cela peut concerner d'avoir à deduire dias les dix jours qui suivroMt la date du présent avi les rasons, si aucune ilq ont, pour lesquelle . ne serait pas fait druit à sa demansde: J. V. FOURMX Grefies. Bureau cdu Greffier, --jehiu e, 1849 Avis. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Cour de District, Paroisse Ste, Marie Succession de feu John S. Rumel. Attendu que Frances W. Rumel veuve de John S. Rumel, décédé, à enrégiir6e dans cette cour un petition, demandant qu'elle suit nommé administratrice de la dire sucesion. AVIS est par le présent donné à tous ceux que cela peut concerner d'avoir à deduire dans le dix jours qui suivront la dite du présent avis les raisons (si aucunes ils oni) puur lesquelles il ne serait pas fait droit à sa demande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffie. Bureau du Greffier 31 Oct. 1849. \n\n Inin . Crtd. I The folowfug letter and certificates will ex. plain themselves. We regret that any democrat should resort to the means which Mr. Brette has used to screen himself from censure, or that be should endeavor to throw upon another blame a thatbelongs to himself We are conscious that we hare taken a decided position is the convass, bet we claim that we have taken an open and L an hoIsrable position, and we deny that we have i in a single instance res orted to falsehood or equivocation to influence the election. We not ' only newer have resorted to such means, but we . aever shall do it. 4 When Mr. Brette first made the statement toi us in regard to Gen. Walker, he positively did 6 set tell it to us with auy request that we shouldlh keep it a secret. Alter we published the state. it inent he requested us to withhold his name, 2,lwhich we promised to do. The N. O. Courier then charged us with falsehood and we told Mr. P Brette we should be obliged to give his name in s self.defence. When he first requested us to e Swithhold his name he did not deny that our state meat was true, and never denied it ti!l we gave eur author. We have taken oath that our cer. tificate below is true, and we defy Mr Brette to take oath that his statement is true ; and if he does we shall pr:secu:e him foitperjury. ANOTHER CALUMNY NAILED t Until our eye glanced over yesterday's Bee, we .supposed that the charge against General Walker. of s havisg called Judge Porter "a damned Irishman," C Ed been withdrawn by that paper, after the General's denial of its truth. Thete it appears again, however is all its boldness and mendacity. Fortunately, the ars me in our possession of ellectually nailing it to the counter. The editor of the Bee, in his comments upon Gene 4 Martin's reiteration of his charge, that Gen. Walk tw as opposed to the elevation of naturalized citi *as to the U S Senate (which charge, be it remark Id, General Walker emphatically denies) triumphant akus : "Mast not amy man with two ideas in is head erceie that this declaration of Gen Walker's is edg consuistent with his explanation made to r Brette in Franklin, that -'he hated to be beaten by a dammed Irishman " InDecidedly, we think it is ! And to strengthen the concurrence of opinion which, singularly enough has thus arisen between the editors of tho Bee and surselves. Iwe beg leave to; introduce a letter in1 miation to thu last charge received yesterday from1 Mr Brette, the gentleman to whom Gen. Martin lad the Bee refer as their authority for its truth. It *ill be seen by this that Mr Brette denies ever having bard &ne, Walker say that "He hated to be beat by a 4Lmmed Iridhman :" and denuies ever hiving siad that %did !-N 0 Owner. Sthe litors of the .:. O. Curer, ".GtlQn es-Mr Daniel Dennet, the editor of the ters' Banner having state in his p.aper that I his authority for the d--J Irishmen, said to e been uttered by General Walker in regzrd to Por Pter, think proper to inform ynn that Mr. Julettn is not correct. I narrated to him a friend y sand free conversation that took: place between the poerable Jodge and Gel Walker, s.m after the urtis of the fobrmer to ct United States Senate : t dtd et and could not say that the latter told me hated to be best by a damned Irtshann." I dled app Mr Deanett two or three times, remin dIghim et the very words of our conversation. and wquesting him to alter his statement as any gentle *a is able to err. To all my enlrenti-, he an that it was too late now, thethiing being lyspread through the State. * I am, &c,, A. BRETTE Franklin, Oct, 23, 1849." * I hereby certi!y that Alexander trc:te E.eq., "t-this parish, shortly afler Gen Wa!kr' s visit tothis place, stated to me Ihat CGn. \\'alker addhim that after his defeat by Judge P.'r:er Ir the United States Senaaor, he (Gen. \'alk;er)1 did say in apeL that be hated to be de!eated bi) a dained Irishman. He stated this in ilu:stra. ties ofthe frankness ofGen. Walker, and na an aplogyfor him. J. A. DUMLAI:TR.IT. I hereby tArtify that Alexander Brat:e Esq. Iade the same statement to me that he made to udpge DLmairtrait as stated above, and that I have never acknnwleged to Mir. Brette, nor to uJybody else, that I Id miade a mistake in re. gaUd to what be said asoyt (en. Walker's state meet to hbin, with the exception of the word *pat" which I emitted at 'irst. D. DENNETT. Sskre me, J. A. Tessier, Justice of the peace Is and for St. Mary, personally opeared Daniel Demett, of this parish, who took oath that the sWement contained in the above certificate is ii all respects true. J. A. TESSIEIt. Jurtice of the Peace in and for the Parish of S. Mary. Franklim Lou, Nov, 7 1849. Lmxo 8smaoxs.--I the good old times, when sermon s oes sermons were preached, 4hy were not the fitean minute afairs of our da, but soeimtimes occupied many hours in their . The wicked wigs of those days, it yeam.did not applove of this wholesale display #riutsity. Tom Brown, who wrote in the lat. or part of the p17th.century has the following "In the late civil wars,8tepbhe Marshall split t ast into twenty four parts. Upon this, p ascgua.toioa immediately ny out oi 'cyp . 'Wh a, wat's the matter a sked a 'Only going for nsy s.ihAt.gowm'nad for I fled we m ts-Iak up quarmers her I, sM laos Mas.acrvuas. Saber., of Newark,. .J., has .p. -n usnte ase hoas thred up.sh ahh.esi .d adt 4nie iern H. S.a ler, duaer ca r .in i #e.A l a asoritu e ddlea, b;idls, s>1>ýarteam r for it a Har em ad l os all de oripC nd or sal t o . "a- er " WA. aKlsa & ( i i" et piid is Aar po et· liam I s is we sea . bea -ariseq11 Wla leatertt esh lige A general awsemmentt ja reeshid ache. H. 8. hsr"-, seen from the I retrti, and wilIbe spll at ·allmmH advance b oat! 1d. WALKER a CO. "A Ictaenl assor s oS les. Bridles, M W i Collars, Can. Sddles, Dray Sad. X a ciiehiing ; aso0 a fse sett of Buggy Heroes. aed of al description, and for sale by W. . WALKER & CO. CORRESPO.oDENCE OF THE N. O. COURIER. FaaILINt, LA., Oct, 30th, 1849. Editors of the Courier :-Mr Dennet of the Planters' Banner, the anti.Creele organ of a minority ofthe whigs of this Parish, not content with insuring the loss to the whigs of a Sheriff, Senator, and Assessor, is determined to do his best, by misrepresentations of General Walker to get him a large vote from the whigs of this Parish. Mr Dennet is celebrated among us for gross blunders. He has secured the election of a democrat, or an independent whig, over his own brother inlaw, the regular whig nominee for Sheritf, and will assuredly cause the regular nominee for Senator to be defeated. His bitterness against the Creoles is notorious, and he has made many ineffectual efforts to explain it away, but they understand it. It now seems that he is trying to make peo. ple believe that General Walker could have said, "he hated to be beat by a d---d Irish man !" His hopes were to influence the Irish citizens on the Bceufand about Pattersonville, but they know Mr. Dennett; and anything he says, they take like dreams-"by conthraries." I do not believe that General Declouet can get the whig vote in Attakapas. In the upper part I St. Mary's, and lower part of St. Mar in's, he has many decided opponents among the whigs, particularly Creoles, for severa! reasons. Although professing Native Ameri. can feelings so far as voting is concerned, to the uttermost extent, he is noted for aristocratic haughtiness, and a great contempt for books, manners, and every thing else of American origin. His objqction to foreigners voting is because they are generally poor and humble people. Ask a Creole about him and he wil' tell you, "General Decloueiis too high for me.' Beside this, he is obnoxious from the stand he has takenrespecting the proposed formation of a new parish out of parts of St. Mary and St. Martin. You will recollect that although a candidate for the Convention of 1845, he failed of his election, and was beaten by Judge 'Voorhies, a democrat, on account of his unpop ular opinions as to the elective franchise. We know here that he has never professed a change '/of these opinions on that, or the judicary ques. t tion. It is well known that all the whigs, and even some ol the democrats here, are opposed' to the election of judges by the people. We are told here by his whig friends, that he has not changed his opinions on the matters con 1 tained in his address, but that he does not think it proper to take a stand which would defeat his party in the contest. He will fail of hardly any vote in Lafayette or Vermillion. The people of those Parishes'reccollect his treatment of their favorites, the Moutons, when they were r andidates. We have no democra tic paper here, and therefore I write to you. Iut although we have no paper, Dennett. ofthe Anti.Creole Banner, I is- ,,ing all he can for Walker by abusinghim. if the election was'six months off, he woul give .hirn St. Mary's Parish. TECLIE. Wo,nder who this garr of the Teche is ? Hle has shown his teeth, but unfortunately he can't bi'e. Tire above is some of it true so far as we are concernl-d, but false in regard to Alexander D-c;mie:. We: acknowledge that we make S,hlunders.andl can't write, and all ofthat sort of things, but we claim that our statioes are just and h!nest. The whigi of this parish have e nobly, notwithstanding the impediments' atch our blundering pen has thrown in the way ol their success. If the whigs of St. Mary, with such a formidable obstacle as the Planters' I Banner in their way, can gain such a victory, what would they not do if they had a good party paper in the parish ? Why there would not be d democrats enough left after an election to make scattering votes of.. The whigs of St. Mary are truly a determi ndband. The above leh. y "Teche" is about in keep. I ing with several other communications sent from a this section of the country for the columns of the s N. O. Courier-lll Sbs stuff is thrown into the columns of that paper as cook would throw her slops intoa ink or swilla pail. Such tuff omay be relished by some people; but a man with a humamn appetite would turnm away from it with the same lonthing that would be prodoced by loolking npon feeod prepared for a lower order r of God's craatnres. rer Sae, A gro nia, about 40 years of ·se, a goad Sook sad house se rv stad. negro be. mua about 9 sad, with ber cdhi about 2 A good . y Barosehe-to be teen at Mr. Evins' anrpo in treet. A ine ofice, which can be easlly removed to any part of the v -illage-a marble tp Sideboard, to be seen at Mr. ekith's sa on Main treet, and a good work herse. r rtiar qapply to the sub. heri by 'nd _ se. Wil WI. RICE. Got.5,I te$-t. TaeM Up, A dark brown Spanish Male, that has bre a thL p site for s last two years - aui.MsIr l hb e rt ear, three difraent ie.sraEUbleS lters or a grses. Timwers of the e requested to come sor. *ard Froel*rc rJ cha soad rae eryes, s, Oct. 22, 1849-O., agr PIastamti thr Sale. A VALUABLE SUGAR PLANTATION Sower VerilioU for sales, emtaining up erads of 700 arpels, all amble land and heavy timbered, improved and under Ouliva. in . new sugar-works completed, with obther t buildag. Other lands adjoining emLi pirchased. This plnsatioa will be sold at a bargai, delivered on the 1st of Jaun. neWt; or a o.partnersbip will suit as' well. er fartkier particulars apply to A. J. MOSS. octaI-.l. Verandlioaville. Gemuaie Dal Liver oil. Th ie ii Remedy for pulmonary diseases for salenitm ahep. Sj RLES RARE M, D. et : b 9t'sl c..B a cr, am` a - r X N j O I - "" ,-I, rvý I c~~*c1 ~I Q r ~~ r5~ CCI rl 4 ~ Nor~O~E% O bt ctJ-.G i u w I Wc WIL t. ýt CC~ %~.I ITI, C ' 1( NI 0 r ( (5 rC ý r, s; t, 00rC;a :a v ate, ( I o-. w- CZ~v0 r z I, B _ _ _ _ _ _ _ t_ j c I W, ca - 2 ~ rC'a MOW ccC Ij . iatýýtº -t: wt:c" c I wc tx~n :-cº-c.: :: ý ; t~r tv ,o 4 ý p ~ a ý + ý + a w l c - CA -4Cl ," w eP ob 1 -1 0- 0. CA S 3 3 B !1 C In 1847 Wadell had 151 majority over Morse in this par hb-Ogden's majority is 312. Taylor's majority last fail was 304. In St. Martins, Waddoll had 91 majority over Morse -Ogden's Majority 'is 118. For Justice of the Peaes,-SevesaA Ward D. Edward Crosland reonived 62 votes. L R. Curtis, " 59 " t. M. Sawyer, " 32 " J. A. Tessier, " 17 " Crosland and Curtis elected. For Constable.-Seventh Ward E. Howle received 77 votes. F. Weleh " 12 " To the Ladies. ' MADAME REQUiRAND begs lea to inform the Ladies of St Mary that she hi just arrived from New Orleans with a ., and handsome assortment ol Fancy Goo6suitable for the season, selected by herself ilt great care, amongst which may be found jhildsome figured Silks, Cashneres. Bonnets~,d ibons, Artificial flowes, Embroidery, and isshort eve. rv article suitable for a LaJy's wardrobe and Toilet. Franklin 8th Nov. 1849.-Im t DAVID KERl, Counsellor and Attorney at Lsr, will attend promptly to all business confided i his care, 1Oces opposite the residence of Thomas Maskell Esq., on willow street." Negroes Wam r[. Any person or persons havi aegro men to hire for one year, to work on sugar plants. tattoo on the Teche, commencilg he first of January next, will find a goo4 siuation for them by applying at this ,I Franklin, Nov, 8, 1849-" Lest, On the 20th ult. a note on Tboas Hoard ir $Rl,or about that amnsant, giten in .Au. gust last, payablei Jan. 18.. The note had twu endorsements'on the bar,'one or $19,45 the other for about 25$. Aid one finding said note will confer a favor by leaving it at the Banner Office. A. F. RBOSOUGH. Franklin Nov. 1, 1 OILS and PAINIS ;all k r r l v L- V Probate Sale. District Court, Parish ot St. Mary Estate of Edward Pecot. There will be offered for sale at public a'c. tion at the court house in the town of Franklin, by J. V. Fourmy administrator of said estate, on Saturday, the 10th day of November next,' the following property belonging to the atore said estate, viz: A lot of ground in the town of Franklin, on the west side of second street. hay. ing 90 feet front thereon by a depth of 300 feet, bounded south by Adams street, and north by, a lot formerly belonging to the New Orleans Ca-. nal and Banking Company, with a:ll the build. ings and improvemenits thereon, known as lot No. 39 on the plan of said town, as laid out by Joseph T'heall. Also, four lots of Ground in said town, known as lots Nos. 51., 52, 53, and 54, basing to. gether three hundred and twenty feet front on third street, by three lundred lhet in depth boun. ded north by land formerly of John M Bateman, east by Third street, south by Adams street, and west by land formerly belong to the estate of James Sanders. The terms and conditions will be made known on the day of sale. J. V. FOURMY, Administrator. Clerk's olfice, Oct. 8th, 1849. The tell knotCn Sea Steamer E. A. OGDEN, J. E. thvIL.aD, Master, Having resumed her trips for the season, between New Orleans auj New Iberia, will af. ford to the planters another opporlunity of get ting their produce to market, as well as getti their supplies of provisions, and be at reaso ble rate of freights and withoutdetention. pqblic may depend on the Ogden's runni n the trade during the season, and to a i. culty and disappointment, it is req t all engagement for freight to New should be made on her trips up the Bay P. S. The public are i that a die. count of twenty per ooet. he made from the regular rates, on all f bills, where the cash is paid on delivery of ' his at their res pective landings. Packet, 3. 0ri LE8SBY, E. 8.j cxs'roxs, Master, Will run t jughout the season between St. Martinsvill..end New Orleans, touching at N. Iberia, Fr softls, Centreville, Pattersonville. and all interudiate landings on the Atchatalaya and Becrllk's Bay. This boat being new and of very light draught, offers every accommo dation ipassengers, and every advantage for expedi mg freight, especially during the low stage of the water. o25 the ladisan Village, the rSteamer CORREO, JIJoianTO , Master, I make two trips per week from the above rt, viz : Passes Franklin, on her way up, Mondays and Thursday, at 10 P. M1. Passes Franklin on her way down, Wednes days and Saturdays, at 4 P. M. Passengers, by this route, will reach New I Orleans in twenty.four hours. Carriages are always in readiness, on the arrival of the boat at the Indian Village, to con .vey passengers to the river. Freights forwar 'ded with despatch. (1 The Correo will extend her Thursday rip only as far as New TowI.,, For further nformation apply on board. oil New Orleans and Authapas Packet. BERTRAND. E. CAsrrn.o, Master, Having commenced her regular trips between Attakapas and New Orimw and being well adapted to this trade, will elinue running on this route during the season. No pains will be spared to promote the com ol passengers, 'and give satisfaction to all w may favor the boat with their patronage. New Orleans and Attakapa Regular Packet EOUIIA, D. R. Faussarr, Master, Having been thoroughly fitted out and repai r ed, will run as a regular Packet, during the low water season, no pains will be spared as regards the cosfort of passengers, and attention to freght. Capt. Faussett hopes by strict attention to busi ness to receive a share of patronage. For freight or passage apply on board. India Cblagoguees. A certain sad permanent remedy in ague ans fever. It is particularly recommernded in ,uts where Quinine and the usual Toirs have . For salt at Apnthecary 1111. BANNER OF ATTAEKAPAS. The Unr.ner of Aitakapas will commence rur.ning otaoe Ihe first of November as a regn. I;mr packet between New Orleans and ~t. Mar ,nsville. toncbng at all intermediate land. s. he will make her trips by the sea route until the navigation through Iavou Plaquemine is open, alter v.hich she w mnake her trips by way of Plaquiemine during the high water sea The .linner is new, only eih:cen months od. built on the most sabstanti.l manner, and is nuw undergotie thuruuih repairs, and is re. ceiving those ;iddta,los which aire necessary to make hlr a good sea boat. She has been thor oughly recalked,.bottom, sides and deck --iaise sides hiive been added, giving her 35 feet breadth of be'm, also an entire bottom ou:side of :he present one. which will be thoroughly c.ll-. ed and fastened, rendering t almost impossible for her either to spring aleak or be broken by snags. The undersigned teels a confideace that the Banner will be the lightest boat in the trade, carrying the most treight on the same wa. ter at any draft between two and five feet. The undersigned takes this occasion to return thanks for the liberal patronage heretoiore given the Banner, and respectfully solicits a continuance of favors from the public. Oct. 18, 1849. E. W. FULLER. Notice STATE OF LOUISIANA. District Court. Parish ofiS. Mary Estate of Adrien de Viville dec. Whereas Paul Pr6vost and Augustio Labau of wsid parish, has filed in this court a petition praying to be appointed curators, conjointly, of the estate of said Veville. Lucille Boudreaux his deceased wife. Notice is therefiore given to all whom it dothi or may concern, to show cause, If any they have, within ten days from the date hereof why the prayer of said petitioner should not be gran ted. J. V FOURMY, Clerk. i Clerk's office, November 8, 1849. STAT F LOUISIANE. District Parish of S ary of John S. Rumel deceased. Frances W. Rumel widow of John mel, dec., has filed in said court her pe. praying to de appointed administratris of said estate. Notice is therefore given to those whom it doth or may concern, t,, show cause, if any they have, within ten days from the date hereof why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted, J. V. FOURMY, Clcrk. Clerk's office, Oat. 31, 1849. Dry Goods. A general stock, consisting in part ol Blak. ets, Kerseys, Lowells, Sheetngs, Shirtings ; in short every thing usually kept in our market, and will be sold as low as any other house by oct4 M. WALKER & CO. ain. Away. A negro Boy about 20 years of age, 6 feet 2 inches high, with two small scars under the right eye-He had on a round top black bat and a blanket chapeau. C. M. CIlARPENTIER. Pattersonville. Nov, 1. 1849. For Bale. A good [louse and Lot for sale in Franklin. Apply to D. DELAIIOUSSAYE. Franklin, Oct. 25, 1849--4t. Hats and Caps Of every description, including men's and boys' sizes, just received per ach. H. S. Lapeer and for sale by' M. WALKER & CO. Boots and Shoes Of ill qualities and sizes, direct roem the manufac:urers, and will be sold on as favorable terms as any in out market by oct4 M. WALKER & CO. LIQUORS.-Brandy, Gin, Port, Madeira and Claret Wine, and C.rdials, all of the best quality, for sale by M. WALKER 4* CO. TOBACC(1AND CIGARS of the best qual. ties for 4 by' M. WALKER & CO. SUGAR, Loaf, Crushed and Pulverized, lur sale by M. WALKER & CO. TAR in bbts and hall bbl.; ti..o Patch and oakum, for sale by M. WALKER & CO. pLANTATION CARTS and WAGGONS, airon.axle.for sale .,v NI. WALKER & Co. Saperfine British Lustre. For polishing Stoves, Grates. etc., and Bath Brick for sharpening knives, for sale at the Apothecary's Hlall. (:11 ARLES RABE. w - - I