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PREPARATION . O StGA.-The London Stan
dard of the 18h ult.. thus comments on ibe ose of the "lead material" in clarivfing and refiiing sugar: Thlat the acetate or, as it is in the British pat ent described. the di acetate of lead" familiarly known to ail as "the sugar of lead" ot the oil bhops, is a deadly poison, must be known to ev. ery oue. That it is chemically combined with sugar in the patlted piocess (which we assert upon the beas authoriy to be the process it use in Cuba and the Brazils,) is not denied. It may be that a kiillful and very careiul chemist car separate ail tbe mortal poison from the su. gar, with which it i chemicaily combiued, a!. tbuugh we bave heard that a perlect separation bas been found impracticable, lour per cent 'ot poison always remaioinig iu the sugar; but be this as il may, the utmost skill and the greatest care are coafemsedly necessary to relieve the su. gar of the oxide of lead. In France a law prssed shortly atter the vis. italien of the choiera in 1632, and passed upon the suggestion ufthe best chemists of the coun. try, prohibibing universally the employment ou metallie osidea in the preparation iofany article aftood. Thi law bas opposed the introductiuo 4f the Cuba and Brail process into France. % [We beliere that there sbould be a bpecial law in every country against the empluyment of mtallic aoides in the preparation ofany article md as d. -- tifi Americau. Pomas-a.-Tbe age is onward ! We can auw like one, who having gained the suimait U retraces with bis eye thb toil. some lveled. We may look and beholdbe î i thbe mementoes, the dangers ad daisutase road ; and whilst we note ai tbew as fur our future progres we yet sit not s survey thema, butajcastig a single look lu l1on 1ce more boldly forward. For it is in vain to Iok back. ta ble only is before us. The Past is a anad, eh rooed of which bas crumbled neah our feet: and sbuuld we pause or tro deoeed the shades ofaocertainty and ruin would escompss us. There il naught in the circle of being naught in the rangeof mauter that is not an exampler of thbe great principle of Progress ion, and a eoatinual cycle ofever growing re. ulit. Naught is ended-for nothing dies. Dis. olauion is antagonistic to al material or spirit. «al things and retrogression, if nature in reality disclosee scbh a phenomelon, in but transient and ineidient :owards renewed progres. A particle ofdust could we trame it through ail the ramiication ofits utility would lead us through a labyrinth of hie migbtiest worlds. From tbe aMid chir that bore it acros the desert to tbe columa which held itas an integral ofPalmyra's aple-or froi é he tallen and shivered coluom, tothe tomb of some desert Emir; from the tomb of the mand once more ; from the sands to the rcible ; and from tbe crucible to the glua whicbh orm the very inkstand in which 1 now dip myea ; how simple the transition the prugres-for- alU u progresion that is motion, Unce motioa muit effectumte res abs. Be ot thoa cat dowa, O little an which! art Ua sand-gnr in the whirdwind of motion Tbho uat itegraly of ibe word's life, and rengah, and beaty ! Tbrough the crucible m«st tho pe in thy day but thy destiny everI premeries tee. Utlity isa Ibo e e o nature li he keepinf o« b laws. Be thoq. thea, what hy natre impelleth thee, ad thy synumetric li Mou Tie shalt Male bawaony, if mhoa aoes but touchtbe right tring in the, g t haip of humnity.-Tl mrm MJan. \n\n TIHE PLANTERS'' BANNER. Ode on Tobacco. "Chaw -chaw--chaw- Till the glands and mucles ache, Chaw-chaw-chaw Till your suagg!es rot and break, Chaw-chaw-chaw Till the filthy juice runs down. O'er your beard and o'er your shirt Making many a lake a brown On the bosom pure and white : Oh the laundress! What a pity ! How her heart sinks at the sight, Envying hostlers in the city. Spit-spit-spit From morning dawn till dark. Spit-spit-spit At some awful dirty mark, Spit-spit-spit On the Brussels covered floor, To relieve your bursting cheeks, When no window, fire or door Oters egress to your flood, Spitting till you suck and drain, ' All the vigor from your blood; All the gumption from your brain !" Wauma am M:r Pirs.-Tbe Lowell Jour am gives as account ala rich soen that occur red in one of the Lowell hotels recently. A lodger who had been on a spre the previous eeailag, aro in the morning and rung his bell I violently. Boots appeared. "Where are myý pes I lokesd m dooras iight, and some body ha rtee 4ee. Boes was green, and a liUls trried. He le. however, struck with a s~ui shought, mad retarsed with the identi. ca pnas. T.lb' ladloi was ailled to recpvei oemPwlisd agmiast Bouts; but he made it evi. den hat tLhW rbetd pet oat hi pantaloons to bhe shia dr insted of his boots. The lodger llismthe are train. WH# inw- d Too Paus a r.-Medlcine will ever remesdy bad hhais. It is utterly futile to tik of living gL i , tiel m nd *v.e sarsz nd dkepia tg body in health by mediciau . of the appetite, sad in. didsriei t do uand d l have nmined tim hlth mdesroyed he 'J more per. soens lhasmias, sword and pl if yoeu wilb ae edvi~ s , wll becomne sgulardin *e *' hats sd "drink onl y wholesome iage, dleep on a meatras, and retire and rise vsqy rqueuly. Make a r.ve use of water to pe*r thb skie, amd whn sick take ounead 'A. hla p. sedayeoar ow, sad tllow nsate. *limin- ' *6. fat i Nel,;* 'Pls her swears.' 'ut ia.snes eeow.' '8o will I when I bhve swa'd as te has." CROCKERY, CHINA, & GLASS WARE. P. R. FELL & CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS, Wholesale and Retail, No. 4 COMMONs STREKT, (Near the ferandah.) NEW ORLEANS, Wi:l have constantly on hand a superior: as ortieuti of Good! i, their line, such as CoxxoN AAND FINE CnROCKERv, in assorted crates, or re-packed to utder four counuutr dealers in the sitest manner. CHINA. Plain white, and white and gilt, various pat 'erns, in Tea senerts, )tuner cts, or by the doz en. GLASS Plain, pressed and cut Decanters, Dishes, Bowis, Altchers, Tumblers, WVies, &c. &c. SUNDRIES Plated Castors, Canadlesicks &c. ; Britanni.a Castorse, Pitchersº, Tea sets. Soatn, &. ; 'Japanned Tea Tfrays ; Ka.ies and Forks io sets and by the dozen: Soar table, sidet ua't: hanging LaInpi ; \iAcksd Lmps G!a-' , GtrmMan Silver Forks, Swoois. &c. (j' We solicit routilry meirchants and laimt lies to cxamine our sinok betore purcla-iti elsewhere Goods will be fftred at low prices. The mo-,t particular uienttioin wt'l be paid in putting up goods for the country, and satis ,faction iii all cases guaranteed. Franklin Sawv Mnill. The subscriber, now ready to receive and fill orders jur Sawing or :or Planing Lumber at the following price:s, to w:it For all mercha:ntob:e Lumber sawed it fill any bill as per direction at 820 per thousand. For Palings sawed or ripped, froum one inch Sstuff, at 810 per thousand. For Latice work at 8. per thousand, running measu e. For pianing, tonguing and grooving, flooring or ceiiing, 810 per thousand. For planing the face without the tongue and groove, 81.50 per thousand. They !eel confident that the quality of their Lumber, and neatness of their work will please the most festidious-and ILeelng thus, they would respectfully invite all those who want Lumtnir, to call and see them before purchas. lug elsewhere. All they ask is a reasonable share of patronage, which they will endeavor to merit. April 24. GATES & BARNARD. The uboscriber having beeon authorized to act as agent for tIh tirm ul Townsend, Carr & Co., of Pitls. burgh, to contract hor and lurnish planter, ai.d others with IRON and WOODEN AXLE TREE CANE CARTS, Light Oie Hotsel Carts, Bagasse Cur:s, Drays, Waggons fori two or four horses, Light one horse Pleasure, Waggoos, Casal Wheel, Barrows, Porters' Barrows, Wood'Barrows, and Timber Carri ages, isv e. i .-the above work on good terms; and as cheap as can be fur. ied by any establishment in the U, Suttes. The subscriber also continues to furnish rk (rom Wheeling, Vs., as usual. A.sa ow for sale: 23 Axle Case Carts, without bodies, 17 tad OxCarts with bodies, 1 Foe Iron axle Waggon, without body 1 Four h od -axe Waggon do. 6 Canal W rews, 2 Wood wh ws, for sugar house use, Harness and H ; Straubs Patent il, , Double geared H wer, Belt motion do., Metallic Juice Pumps Cincinnati, ex. pressly for cane juice; ` Plantation Bells, Anti attrition metal: Globe Cocks, for steam engi Gcage Cocks, for steam engine r, , Cylinder Cocks for steam cylin d sizes. 1N. B. Old copper, brass, com.tion bor. es and broken Bells, bought at faitrices ac. carding to quality. a m29' JAMES S. SIM NS. Morgan's Literary De t. EXlHANGE .PLACE, ADJOINING THB POBT.OFYICE, NEW O At the above establishment may alwe be found Books of eray description, coasi ong ol Novels, Hastory, Biography, Scientific, Commercial, Geographical and Medical Works Also, a Complete Assortment o Stationery, to. gether with all the principal Daily and Week. ly Newspapers and Magazines. Country orders for any article in the trade supplied and forwarded with dispatch. Books mailed. Prompt attention peaid to any work ordered by mail. Foreign Books imported to order. J. C. MORGAN, Literary Depot, adjoining tlhe Post (bce, New Orlesau, L... P. M, Complete arrangements have been made with the priacipal Publishers throughout the Union, for a supply of new works as fast as issued. J. c. x. SaiM!il Notice. Our saw minf at Centrekille, is now in full operation. Crss lumber pf any description will be firi at short notice PRICES. For Clear stufl per. M. $25,00, Merchantable. 20,00 Lathing, Picket Stuff&c, running measure, 10,00 Hard Lumber, such as Lies Oak, Ash, 4c., suitable for Cart Bodies, Plough Besam, Sugar. mill5Collars, o bhand at the mill and for sale oc reasonable t~rme. Asy. kiad of Lumber, hard or soia, s~weJ t* order at the mill at short notice. COWAN & CARBY. Centreville May 23 1840. Liquid Adhesive Plaster, Or Collodion, a new and elegant subbltdute for plaster cloth, sutures and bandates, ,t.be had at Apothecaries' Hall. G. RAB I THIBODAUX FEMIALE INSTITuTE. 1lR. S. 'TENNEY, Principal. T'he Six:h Session ol this lnsti:ution will!, coilliiueice uil the first .londay in Octl, ber,' ib49I, under the followin; instructors: .11 S.S. TENNEY, Teacher of lMathmrnatics, Natural and .Moral Philosophly. M.llss If. t'. Li(;oN. Princial Assistant and SSu. o pcrintendent of ithe .Siuly Dcpartmntl. I~ is C. LlGos, Assistant in Eng,. ctpartmrcnt. Miss L. L. Lico., Teac/her in Embroidery and Iruci.-:rork. lins. J. RoluvEcr, French lTeacher. .I MIss C'. REDFILLL, laachwcr on Piano ann ;ui:.r. a1R. JoHlS TIIUER, Professor (f Voald and In. strum:ztaldl Music, and Lecturer on the Eic. nmcnltary Principles uul Sricrue voj .lMusic. T'e CoURsE oF STtUDY ;pu;:sed in this In, -stiianoa, is ilbeial and extenuive', embracing al Iho.,e braniches of femali' e education, bothi suold iani ornailien:ltI, tisuatily taught Isn Fe. tilu Seminasil Iles. The text books ate ulof thei' ii,.-t a:iprov'd kld, such as mnst thor iouh; :uculcut. a piiac CiteI anaid linished ed;,cat ion. "T'ii: S'rTE uOF I"'EAlClIING is (te rtsu;t of ti;een vears' epelience. Great care is taken1 ' avoid alny thi: In ie rotc ; a ) na 10 ada.iipt tlhe tlu 1:es to the Caplacity ul ilie pupi:. E'ach re-. c,:altin is alteuded ,w.th analys.i a;rid demon a strati "n, and in noi case are pupils aiiowed it) I' ave a text before evincing a tiiorough knowl. edge of ils sutjlCi ; to accomplish w hich, be. lls puliliceLailiiiia:lonis, ihie last day ala each week is spent in at iewii u aLu :hu:uJes of thei precetdinl dais of the week. Pattcular alte.t;un is given to moral and phisical eJucation. The maliers ofthe pupils clai:nespec.ial aitnta!lot; to cultir ate which, the. pupils Iare daily instructed in deplrtment by one of the l des. THLE GVER1i:xNT is kind and humane; nol coercive ealaisure are used, but 'very meals to elicit the anminitoii of the pupil. A report of the s:andiag and scholarship of each pupil will be sent moallllliy to parents or guardians. ]'uo.s LADIES WHO BOARD IN THlE INSTI TUTION. For Board and Tuition in any or all the Engl,.h branches, per aestion of Elie. Mounths, - $:500 a i ashbig, llpe" iOi h, - . ,OU SFurliahiung Bed and Bedding, per intouh, - - - 1,00 -" French,. - - 2,011 '" MumIC on Piano, - - 1,00 t`" iUse of Piano for practising, . . 1,00 " D awing and Paint:ig, Embroidery, and Monochromatic Paintinlg,each, 3,00 Calesthenics and Sacred Music are taught without charge to all who wish to take lessons. FiFTr You.N LADIES cait be accommodated with board in the laiiuiuion. THE SCHOLASTIC YLAR will be divll~d into iTwo Sessions of fite moltlhs each-comlnen Ic.ug on the first Monday in October, and endlug ithe last of July. Tuition payable half iq ad. vance. No pupil wilt be i l lo aliss time than one session-nao will stay deductions be made for loss o'lianlexcept in case of protrec. ted Ilinesss. Pupils can enpur at any time du ring the session; each pluil's session ending five months from the day ,of,,,trance. ' TO TIE PUIBLIC. This Institution is pleasantly situated on the rightibalik of Bayou La!ourche, half a mile be. Ilow the thriving village of TuIBoDArX, sufl.i ciently near toenjoy all its privileges and yet removed from the nolse and bustle of the town. ºiLittle need be said with regard to hea!tb ; for) any one who is acquainted with :his section ofl country, must acknowledg6 It to be one of the healthiest portions of Louisiana. Rehgioas pri vilegea are good; four churches-Catholic,! Episcopalihan, Methodist, and Presbyterian--~re within halfa mile of the Institutioln, either o which, the pupils are permitted to attend, accor ding to the wishes of their parents. A large and convenieut building having been added to the Institution, it is now capable of accommodating filty young ladies as boarders. The principal study room is large, well ventil. ated, and conveniently arranged for one hun. dred pupils. The recitation rooms are pleas anlly situated. The present Teachers are well qualified for their respective departments, and should an in crease in the bcebool warrant a further increase of teachers, none will be employed but such as are well qualified. No pains will Ibe spared by the Principal to make this Institution equal to nv in the Southern countryI Thankful for the past patronage, he would , in solicit the con6dence of the public, pledg lil: himself to devote his whole attention to the i tual, moral, and physical education of thb .young ladies who ar6 committed to his, chr. ~. TENNEY, Iptl34, Principal. Cisteras. The umdersigned is now prepared to put up cypres3WA'TER CISTERNS, in the beat of order, at·hort notice, and on00 the most reasona. ble terst He is e.pared to build FLAT BOATS of any size, ay will furnish materials it desired. He is a.. ready to make contracts for buil ding housesof any descrnption, or to perform Carpeater' Work of any kind. Any jobe which he nme engage to do will be performed with the utsbst dispatch. and delivered in the best of order. For part' rs, apply at the Banner office. SAMUEL CARY. Centreill May 31, 1849-1y, F iklia Hetel. The underoa e respectlully informs the public theb the 1RANKLIN HOTEL is now in good conditioe, having undergone thorough repairt aid receiied many Important improvq ments within the few montha. He is pepar.o accommodate travellers, boarders and thelublic generally, in a manner which be rusts wil prove satisfactorv to all. He alsobesa v and commodious stable, and can a6rrd the of accommodations for borses, andbe keei constantly on hand supe rior horses and to let on reasonable t l y 31 tJ1849. Tailoring. The undersigned has just opened a shop •utt: dour to Mc'Laiu's Jewelry shop, where he will execute any work in his line i. good style, and at short notice. JAMES C. WORREL. Franklin, Aug. 16, 1849-y. I Tailoring. Frederick Ehrhardt would respectfully in form the citizens of Frankhin and the public,' that he has lately opened a shop on Main st., on the corner of Wexel's lot, and nearly oppo site .essrs Hare a& Birdsall's stoic, where he will carry on the Talloring Business, adul wul at all times he ready to attend to the wishes ol those who may favor himn with his custom. his expeirience us a tailor, and his knowiredge ol his Isiness, he trusts, will enable him to gi.e troe best o satisflaction to his customers. Franklin, Dec. 28, I14S MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE AND FIRE INS. CO Permanent Fund by Act of Incor ation, gO,4e,000. Parent Otce, No. 94 Gravi street. Between Camp and St Charles sis. TRUSTEES: John Hagan, Joseph Walker, Joha 8. Allison. Peter Conrey Jr. Mannsel White, Wii. E. Leverichl RobertJ. Ward, Saint. Stewart, Edward Sparrow Isaac Johnson. G. Strawhndge, Hoy. .S. Bukner, Peter Conrey, Jr., President Board of Trusteer DIRECTORS: Jos. W. Stanton, John Stroud Sr., hi. H. Cohen, John L. Lewis, John Calthoun. Preston W 'Farrar W Mt GuMdrich, Joshua Baldwin, Win H White, J L Saltlrans, Warwick Mlartin, John D. HBean A D Crossman, NMark Walton. Wa Tomupkans. Curni Fellowes. Joseph Latlande, John B Leefe, Edw. Jenner Coxe. O(,7 This Company is prepared to entertain i applications for ilfe Insurance, and issue Po. hcies, oil ill sound and healthy White persons; by the Board, which are less than the ,ates charged by New York and Lan-on otfices, and without their restrictions as to residence in the South. By the charter, dividends. of prots· aredeclared annually, and the profits drawin. terest, and can be available at once to the ex. tent of two.thirds of their amount, where the party has paid his premiums in lull. , JouS HAGAN, President of the Company, PasESTO W. FARRna , Vice President. A. J WDLusDnaau St. D. Medlial Board of T'Inoxas Hox, M. D. Consultation, HnaRA. Dl)oA , Secretary. J. W. LYxAN, .Medical Examiner, Fr lin La. Califýrnia Permits are issued to fe Insu.i rance Members at New York a London rates. Prosipectus, table of rates, a all tn' iormation as to laife Insurance, and I piapT1s necessary to effect Insurance can te lad attie office of the agent of the Company atz rankltt,: Louisiana. Inh order to accomodate all classes of our citizens, young men and mechanics having fa Imities dependent upon them, the Company will. allow llow all persons insuring for life, where the! premium amounts to over $50 per annum, to! pay one.balf in cash and one.half an saiisfac:o ry endorsed note at 12 months, betring inter. est at 8 per cent per annumi N. B. The business or this Cmpany i confined to Llra IrsUA-4e oNLY. By a res. olution of the Board, ooFlre, Rive or Marine Risks are taken. ,R. MMlAN, Agent, at the Customhboese, Franklin, La. Aut. 9, ly. Emcourage fome Eaanlbncltare. The undersigned would respectfully mnforml his friends and the the.public generally, that be has opened a TIN, SHEET IRON, and COPPER WARE JMANUFACTORY, on Main street, nearly opposite the Odd Fel lows' Hall. He will endeavor to keep on heand a constant supply of thoroughly nads *e, so u to sup. ply all demands with good articles, at wholesale or retail. He has employed a superioprvorkman, and will be enabled to furnish work at short notice, fair prices, and in a manner which, for work.I mmnship, cannot be surpassed in the country. Sugar house fixtures in his tine repaired or furnished, and Tim RdtSlg, Copper or Tim G ers, Conduors, Bahig eap , pp Zi.k and Lead work made to order. " CHARLES E. CAMPBELL. Franklin, August 23, 1849. )or Sale. 1 Fine Rockaway Boggy, 2 do. Open do. 1 Plain do. do. 2 Setts Coach Harness, 2 do Waggon do. 4 Covered 1 Horse Wagons, THOS. EVINS. Franklin, Sept 5,-1y Commision Bmusiness. The subscriber engaged in the general Com. mission business in New York, will make libe. ral cash advances on Sugar and Molasses. Apply to J. W. Bailey, Napoleonville or Wa. J. Hewes, Esq., New Orleans. Apl26 HAVEN & CO. Mr. Bailey is now in New York and will remain there till the 1st September. Persons having business with him, will please address him care of Haven & Co., New fork. Almanac tr 1880 Will be received furnished pgrai to the pub. -.-- C. RABE. D. EDWAReAD CROSLAsND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Franklin, La. Will devote particular atten!tion to all busi. incss confided to him in the several Courts of the Fourteenth Judicial District. lie may be found at the old Mansion Hou.e onl % iiluw street. March 8, 1e49. HENRY C. WVILSON, Attorney at Law, Having located in Franklin, will attend to the practice of his plut~.-sion, in the several Courts of the Fourteenth Judicial District. Professional business confided to his care will be promptly attended to. Office *id door from the Reading Room. .1PLA E & COOK, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, Have assciated themselves in the practice o their pr.tession. Legal bu=inees of all kinds promptly attended to. Otlice on Mlain street, Franklin, Lou. Oct. 5th, InS. A. R SPLAsIE. It. C. COOK. Notice. The nodersigred Ibae thls da) entered into parnershtp for the practice of the Law in sad f;,r the Par sh of St. Mary, and will punctua. ally attend to any business entrusted to them. THOS. MASKELL, A. S. MAGILL. Franklin, June 20, 1149. DR. C. M. SNITH Respectfully offers his psofessional servicqs to tre citizens of Franklin and its viCtnity. Office at Gordy's lHotel. Franklin, August 9th, 1849--ly. A. F. IcLAIN, JEWELER, FRANKLIN, Lou., Has always on hand a comp!ete assortmeqt of Jewelry. Watches, Clocks, and Fancy Guoo. G-,7 Clocks repaired, and Jewelry aade l order, or repai.ed in the neatest style. at2 C. Di uLCT. Watchmaker and Jeweler. Respectully inlooms his lrieds gand the pu. I:c generally, that he has obtnined the hoop thrmetly occupied by Mr. C. B. rnard, near Mr. S. Smith's Store, whe.nen wll repair wales. ts and clocks ut every dearriptmun, in the east. est and most workmanship atyle. Gentlemea and Ladies can leave fine Watches no his cae with the confidence of having them'careful . thoroughly, and prompily repaired. He by close attention to business to merit a lilj .t share of public patronage. Franklhu L.u, Feb. 8, 1849. Dental Notice. - - The undersigned, who has pnrc. ticed Dentistry for seveniteen years , begs leave to inform his Iriends that be contll ues to do so at his officeinl F ranklln. Though he bas not an instrumeut for every tooth in the head, he has instruments which fit every tooth in the head. Being practicallv acquainted with working in gold and jewelry,. he lelieves he ca give peculiar salslfdction in setting teeth re gold plate or otherwise. lie nvites particular attention to his newt Crepe chair, and hopes the ladies will honor brm by'sking a seat in it. Auet 16 G. R. !HANKINS. Lightning Rods. The undersigned who has imported into this country the improved Lightning Rods, which are now in use in Europe and in the north of the United States, offers his services to tbe citi zens of Attakapas. The terms of credit which may suit porch. sers will be readily granted. On information bemg given to him he will attend without delay on the persons wishing to give him employment. MAGLOIRE DELHAYE. Charenton Post Office. Indian Bend, Aug. 23, 1849-1v. Paralonnler.. Le soussign6 importeur des Paratonoarer perfe.tionn6s, en usage en Europe et au uor4 des fEate Unis, oftre sea service aux habitants des Attakapes. II accordera, pour le payement, le temps et le cr6dit qui convwendront aux acheteurs. *Lui 6crire soO domicile ci-aprbs : ii se res dra sans delai prts de ceox qua vaodraImb I'employer. MAGLOIRE DELHAY. Indian Bend; Charenton post o6ice. Young Ladies Academy. Madam P. Delahoussaye informs be. ftels and the publio that she has opened a Yoe La. dies' Academy in Franklin, sad tlat opals wiltibe sared tseem hr ashd e repeia. e on' h se that of uimilir schools ia New Orleans, or at the North. Madam D. fully appreciating the necessity correct instruction in the English language in this country, and trusting that it will be the as. tive language of the largest number o'her schao ars, has availed herself of the services of two competent English Teachers to instruct in that language. who will have the sole charge do the English branches, and will give lessons in mm sic. Madame D., representing herself to her husband's friends, promires in exchange for their support. the most tender and motherly at. tention to the children entrusted to her care. - RArs or TuIrrTon, &c. Board, . 10per month Dinners only 4 " " English and French, 6 " " English or French 4 " " Music . - 6 " Washing - - 3 School Furniture, 4.c, furnished by the par. eats. Regular boarders will pay three months in advance. Others will pay every month Regular boarders will be instructed in needle we ra ~tis. Franklin, Lou. August 28, 180.