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BENJAMIN F. SHIELDS & CIE.,
MARCHANDS COMMISSIONNAIRES ET COURTIERS DE SUCRE, Rue Magasin, No. 68, NOUVELLE ORLEANS. S'"azlrcse: a-MM. Carlin, } Paroiss O. . Corney, Paroisse Capt. A. L. Fields, te. a Joln L. Hude Le. John L. Hudgens, J \n\n VOLUTIE XVIII. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... JULY 14, 1853. NUMBER 27. PATENT MEDICINE To the Al icted ! ! L IVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OR NER VOUS DEBILITY, DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL THOSE ARI .SING FROM A DISORQERED LIVER 'OR STOMACH, such as Constipation, In ward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, * Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight in. the Stomach, Soar Eructations, Sinking or Flit 5tering at-the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming -of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breath .ing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suf locating Sensations when in n lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, De ficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Back, Chest, Side, Limbs, &c., Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginigs of Evil, and Great Depression of Speit-, ,CAN BE EFFECTUALLY CURED BY ] R. RWOOFLAND'S CELERUATEDB ERMAN BIUffIRS, paRPARRD BY DR. C. M. JACKS'ON, No. 1"20 Ar'ak Street, Philadelphia. Their power over the above diseases is not ex 'celled, if equalled, by any other preparation in the United States, as the cares attest, in many cases after skilful physicians had failed. These Bitters are worthy the attention of ii valids. Possessing great virtues in the rectifca tion of diseases of the Liver sad lesser glands, exercising the most searching p.rers in weak ness and affections ef the digestive organs, they are, withal, safe, certain and pleasant. Read and be Convinced ! The Philadelphia Saturday Gazette says of Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters: "It is seldom that we recommend what are ,termed Patent Medicines to the confidence and ,patronage of our readers, and therefore when we rrecommend Dr. Hotland's German Bitters, we -wish it to be distinctly understood that we are mot speaking of the nostrums of the day, that are noised about for a brief period and then for gotten, after they have done their guilty race of mischief, but of a medicine long established, universally prized, and which has met the hearty approval of the faculty itself." Scott's Weekly, of the 25th August, ays : " Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, ranufac tured by Di. Jackson. are now recomlnended ly some of the mtost prominent members of the faculty as an article of much efficacy in cases of female weakness. Persons of debilitated con stitutioans will find these Bitters advantageous to their health, as we know from experience the ;alntary effect they have upon weak systems." MfORH E EVIDEXCE. J. tG. Moore, Esq., of the Daily news, in his r.ssue of October 31st, says: " Dr. Iloo/Pard's German Bitters.-We are 'trying this renowned medicine for a stubborn disease of the bowels, and can with truth testify to its elfieacy. We have taken the contents of two bottles, and we have derived more benetit from the experiment than we derived previously from years of allopathic treatment at the hands Sof our tirst physicians." Hon. C. D. Hineline, Mayor ftibe city of *Camndea, N. J. says: "IHosganad German Bitters.-We have seen many flattering notices of this medicine, and the source from which they came induced us to make inquiry respecting its merits. Fronm aiquury we were persuadqI to use it, and must sav we founrl it specific in its action upon dis .cases of the liver anddigestive organs, and the ;powerful influence it exerts upon nervous pros tratien, is really surprising. It calms and strengthens the nerves, bringing them into a state of repose, making sleep refreshing. If this medicine was more generally used, we are satisfled ther would be less sickness, as from 'the stomach, liver and nervous system, the great .majority of real and imaginary diseases emanate. Have them in a healthy condition and you can 'bid deftnce toepidemies generally. This extra. 'ordinary medicine we would advise our friends who are et all indisposed, to give a trial-it wil 'recommen itself, It shonld, in fact, be in every dfamul.. Ko other medicine can produc - 'evidences of merit." Fo sale, wholesale and retail, at the Geraes "lmedin. St.rs, No 120 Arch street, one door "below Sixth, Philadelphia, and by respectable dealers generally throughout the country. -Alsefessr ina Franklin by Dr. Charles Rabhe in Patersonaille by WVa. Cisana, anw in Nev Orleans by J. Wright & Co. 4 UAOWN'S uCace sf Jamaica lager, rar d SJEiat FRED'KNROWNAS - rg ., dt Stor e, N. * toroer of Cisarc'ast " t s ,itladdpktia rtj8s Esee is wrrated to possess, in a . conretrated ferm, all the nldable proper ties of Jasica Gisger, and ill be found on trial as eelleatrady medicine. It is partiec lay recom.dedtas a tonic to pemass recover g ram fver or o.her diseases, a few dmopsm .m.ac a w an~ ud a i awgwr to Sw ..nandy or other btimalnt,O Wiloust anlyi the debilitaisag effers which are aore tb "oe the ase of liquor of any kind, and it is ,O fre especily servieable to childre aht ales. To the-.ed it will prove a.g-re comfort; to the dv sadt to these who are predisposed to i0ir e omatic affections, it gve* peM hk d anso the inebriate who d-a to vetram,bt wheas stomack is constant.ly 431at hlie t seksb er, it is invaiuiable, gv teas wthar*eoerBaas sad etreegdb to te st a qtlos ti emtsequnuetly a great agent iesi df tisj inttnrpu tIYe psso ' .--oiýt posse aras, one ea-spoonal; ler a child tea eo t elve yews old, half a tea ; td .r a child foiom two to fae yeass f tees a twenty drope-h Is gves in an waor. 4 07- 'Piwi ilk.1,aikrtu by DR.C. RABE. ARROW ROOT-,2 Cases sdI -roetlirr importaom from the West Etaies sssteU5w 3W telb bay.s, - r-i FaNcY ANj~ tICLE~ ATICbeES Y iN Yet, for ode at my s1 4 C. RADIL s ie this wares weathr for the b o o f' vIg? C. RARE Os'. -ibma Am.tes Qahamo Oo& V l 3 P CPeom& do, Pr S cm. d so no Rattier R D widbm"AML T_ r. G. 4emmer's tir pr 40,50 F~Por$aleat Apoe ý l'b~kftwlt ei and retail A Irue sb4e weabiL - ha. liad 6. RUABR '*1~kirb l osamiA, attho New+Orkeaut paces. C. RAREL Yetr~, at Itwct drug store. C. RABE. PATENT MEDICINE CHERRY PECTORAL, For the rapid Cure of COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS,WHOOPING-COUiGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. OF all the numyous medicines extant, (and some of them valuable) for the cure of pul monary complaints, nothing has ever been found which could compare in its effects with this pre paration. Others cure sometimes, but at all times and in all diseases of the lungs and throat where medicine can give relief, this will do it. It is pleasant to take, and perfectly safe in accor dance with the directions. We do not advertise for the information of those who have tried it, but those who have not. Families that have known its value will not be without it, and by its timely use they are secure from the dangerous conse quences of Coughs and Colds, which, neglected, ripen into fatal consumption. The Diploma of -the Massachusetts Institute was awarded to this.preparation by the Board at Judges in September, -147; also, the Medals of the three great Institutes of Art, in this country: alsoi, the Diploma of the Ohio Institute at Cin cinnati, has been given to the Cherry PerItoral, by their Government in consideration of its ex traordinary excellence and usefulness in curing affections of the Lungs and Throat. Road the following opinion founded an the long experiecr of the eminent Physician of the Port and City of ST. JOIrNS. May S, l.51. Dr. J. C. Ayer-Five years trial of your Cther ry Prreto,,rl in amy practice has proven what I fioresas. from its composition, runst be true, that it eradicates and cures the colds and coughs to which we in this section are peculiarly liable. I ebinc its equal has not yet been discovered, nor do I know how a better remedy can be made for the distempers of the Throat and Lungs. J. J. BURTON, M. D., F. R. S. See what it has done on a waded constitution not only in the following cases, but a thousand Susnatr, Jan. 20, 1-51. Dr. Ayer-la the month of July last I was attacked by a violent diarrhara in the mines of California. I returned to San Frahleisco in hope of receiving benefit from a change of climate and diet. My diarrhea ceased, but it was followed by a severe cough-and much soreness. I finally stasted for home, but received no benefit from the voyage. My cough continued to grow worse, and when I arrived in New .Irk, I was at once marked by my acquaintances as a victim of consumption. 1 must confess that I saw nosuf ficient reason to doubt -hat my friends all be lieved. At this time I commenced faking your truly invaluable medicine with little expectation of deriving any benefit ftoom its s, VYou would not receive these lines did I not regard it my duty to state to the altlicted, through you, that my health, in the space of eight moatbm is fully re stored. I attribute it to the use onour Cherry Pectoral. Yours truly, W'M. W. SMITH. WVAs.ItTON, Pa., April 12, 1S48 Deer Sir-Feeling that I have been speed from a premature grave through your instru mentality by the power of God, I will take the liberty to express to you my gratitude. A Cough and the alarming symptoms of Cow snmption had reduced mne too low to Ie nme anything like hope, when my physician b glht me a bottle of your ' Pertoral." It seemed to afford immediate relief, and now in a few weeks time has restored me to soundealth. If it will o for others what i has for me, you are certainly one of the benefactors of mankind. Sincerely wishing you every blessing, 1 am Very respectfully ourNJ. 3OlIN J. CLARK, Rector of St. Peter's Church. With such assurance and from such men. no stronger proof can be adduced unless it be from its effects upon trial. Prepared ad sold by S JAMES C. AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowelal.ass. fl7 Sold in Franklin by CuARLEs RABE; in Pauersonville by WM. CIssA ; in New Or leans by J. WuGlr.T & Co., and by druggists and dealers in medicines everywhere. 15-3m. Carriage alsu ctory t& Repairing. The subscriber has removed his S shlop to the new building on Main street, nearly opposite the saw mill of Capt. Gates, where he will at all times be pre pared to execute with neatness and despatch all work initrusted to him. `His stoek of materials is complete and well selected, awal e has in his employ workmen of experience ia the several branches of the bus Dess. Thaukful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him by the citizens of St. Mary, the subseriber hopes, by diligent attention to his husinaes, g workmanship and very moderate carges, to merit its cotinuane. THOMAS MARTIN Franklin, July 10, 1852. uperor aFps, in·ed having just received a asseutmaet of superior Chain for -Pumps, this opportunity to inform the pubicab tLhy -an supply all orders at the ho at O asooon. t of the perfect adap ho thies puaps to all flquids, the under u safely say tha tey are superior to allothers in use, as they can never get out of order. Thew who desire to witness. these Pomps s opeaation can be flly satisfed of their ameritsby callig at the s .shop, south west cor.aref the Public e. 0 , They are also prep*ed to ll all orders for Sash Bliads, and the usual routine of a N. B.-All orders htdessed to the uqder signed will receive prompt and strict attentii a BENSON & HATCHER m~akia, O et. 23, 1852--8m. WCr a.!s, WbeIamnws, A.. The udefuigned (ArentfaoBas by & Little, of Wheteag, V..) w81 deceive, a soon as DR . tide pr nati aat as ortrient ofltntaon Carts W'ymee.d"Harrows and 4ter articles of Heir mnafaauaqý Orders are respectfully so licitdand adwi l J HnftprmlyBARN4RD Jeanmeretts, Sept. 25, 1852 DRY GOODS, &c. New Spring Goods. The subscriber takes pleasure in announcing to his many patrons, that he has just returned from New Orleans with a very large and variety stock of Spring goods, purchased with care and special reference to the wants of this community. My stock now in store consists of plantation Staples, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Crockery, Tinware, Groceries and Provisions, Iorn, Nails, Cordage, Oakum, Blocks, Paints and Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Putty, etc. All of which are for sale at fair prices, and on the usual terms of credit, at the Upper Wharf store. M. WALKER. Franklin. May 12, 1853. New and Choice Spring Goods. _ Just received, a new and choice selected stock of spring and sum mer goods, entirely fresh, comprising in part Ladies' fine dress goods, together with a general assortment of Fancy, Staple, Plantation and house furnishing goods. Gentlemen's cloth ing of all kinds, Ladies and Children's shoes, a superior article of Philadelphia make, Boots, Ox ford & Webster's ties, Brogans, with a fine as sortment of Gentlemen and Children's summer Hats, Ladies' Bonnets, Crockery-Ware, Saddles, Buggy Harness, Fly Nitts, and a general assort ment of Saddlery-Ware, Hardware of all kinds, Nails, Cordage, Manilla Rope, Hoes, Spades, -Shovels, long and short handled, together with a general assortment of Groceries, Flour, Lard, Halm, Shouldcrs Coffee, Tea, Rice, Pepper, Slpice, &c., French Preserves, Brandy Fruits of all kinds, Cordials assorted, Jellies, Sardines, Capers, Olives, Worcester and Harvy Sauce, Ketchup, Syrups of all kinds, in short a rmost complete assortment of everything that can be found in a country store, for sale low on the usual terms at the old stand. RT g ROBERT HARE.k Franklin, April 7, 1853. New Goods. E have just received our Spring supply of new and fashion able, fancy and staple goods. Ladies' Dress Goods, Bareges, Muslins and Jaconets. Heniton Lace Collars and Under Sleeves! Muslin Faacy and Velvet Ribbons, &c. Also Ladies" Boots and Shoes, [Philadelphia Ma nutacture.] Men's do. do. And a general supply of Family and Planta tion articles, which makes our stock as complete as will genepily be found in a country store. S. SMITH & SON. Splel id New Goods. 'r MAYER respectfully announces that he LI. is now opening a superb stock of DRY GOODS, selected by himself from the northern m.arkets during the past sulmmer. An exaui nation will convince the public that in quality and variety they are inferior to none in the mar. ket, and that they are olfered at prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction. Ladies are re quested to give him an early call, and make their selections in season. Franklin, March 10, 1853. Choice Spring Goods ISAAC LEVY & CO. beg leave to inform Sthe ladies and gentlemen of St. Mary that they have just received a full supply of new SPRING AND SUMIMER GOODS, all selected and got up with the utmost care and attention by the senior partner of the tirm, and canaot fail to please. The following are a few of their LADIES' 1DRESS GOODS: Magnificent Barege Robes, Rich Mourning do. Latest and most beautiful styles of Silk Muslins, Splendid Bresiliennes and Grenadines, Rich Printed Organdies and Jaconets, Rich Printed and small figured Brilliantines, Jaconet Robes, with bands, Rich embroidered Chemizettes and Collars, &c. They are also now opening a splendid assort ment of GENTS CLOTHING and FURNISIIh ING GOODS, comprising all the newest styles. They are fully prepared to furnish their customlers with every article in the way of dress that is new and d'si rable. A fine supply of Hats of every descrip tion. Their stock of FAMILY J- PLANTATION GOODS] is unusually large. They have also a good as sortment of Crockery, Hardware, &c., and a su periot article of White Lead! Tieir stock of CQ4RPENTERS' TOOLS consists of the best brands. [17 The public are respectfully invited to ex amine the above stock, and they are assured that every exertion will be used to give satisfaction to all purchasers at this establishment, whether in the price or the quality of the articles sold Franklin, March 16, 1853. Store at Jeauaeretts. EIHE subscriber respectfully informs the pub A lic that he has purchased of Messrs. Hare & Birdsall the Jeannerett store, and that he has filled it with a carelully selected assortment oi GOODS for this market; consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, Groceries, Pro visions, Oils, etc., and other articles too naumer ens to mention, but comprising in his stock everything usually found in a country store; all of which will be sold on reasonable terms. JOHN BARNARD. Jeanneretts, Sept. 25, 1852. tf New G10ds8 New Coeds II. THE subscribers have just received per sch Elizabeth. a large and complete assortment of Fall and Winter goods, consisting of PLAN TATION SUPPLIES of every description; Dry go Fancy Goods, Clotking, Hard oans Cutlery, Saddlery, Boots & Shoei, .Batss Nraps, Oils, 4'e.; all of which have been selected with care and are Well adapted to the trade. Hoping our friends and customers will continue to bestow on us their liberal pa, tronage, we will endeavor to gtve them entire atisfaction. CARY & GARRETT. Cestreville, Sept. 9i, 18~2. sprig ad w aer tswes. p98 The undersigned, now transact ing business on hts own account,. has just aid in a fresh and fashipo ab supply of seasonable Dry Goods and Clseb- ing, to suit all tastes. apong which will be foned Boots, Shoes and Hats of unsurpassed quality. He is wj pro'ded with an ample stock of Sad dlery, llware and Groceries, which upon In spection will prove i.iior to none in the market. These goods apall fresh, and have been selected by him it a view to insure the satisfacion of his cu . rs, who are invited to call and examine them. . L. RA%'DLETT. Franklin. May 5, 1853. C.LOTHING.-A carefully selected lot of Summer Clothing, warranted to give satis faction, both as to style and price, at the Jeanne retts Store. JOHN BARNARD. HOTELS, &c. Madam Hollander's Hotel. Madam Hollander having rented and neatly titted up the house lately oceu r'l pied by Judge Howle, on :Main street, opposite the Court House, is now prepared to ac cominodate boarders and the travelling public in a style unsurpassed by any other house in the parish, a d at moderate rates. Those who may give hIr a trial will not be disappointed, as no trouble will be spared to secure them a comfort able home. Franklin, Jan. 1, 18,53. To the Publi ! The subscriber, thanking the public for the liberal patronage bestowed on him at his old stand, on the west side of the public square in Franklin, hereby gives no tice that he has removed the " St. Mary s lotel_' to the new and commodious buildings erected on the site of the old Mansion House, near the Teche. He flatters himself that his rooms and the appointments of his establishment are as iaviting to the traveling public and permanent boarders as any in the State out of the city of New Orleans. No pains will be spared to rendet the "St. Mary's Hotel" worthy a liberal pa. tronage. E. HOWLE. Franklin, Dec. 11, 1852. mll Gordy's Hotel, Franklin. OLD STAND. The subscriber would respectfully inform his friends and the public gen erally that his establishment is in such order that he is enabled to furnish good single rooms to boarders, and that his stable is the finest west of the Mississippi river, with an old and experienced hostler. He would say that his house has been a home for the weary traveler for the last fifteen years; that during this time many others have engaged in the same business an I that they are among those that were. The old ion. can vet be found on Mlain street, oppo site Mr. Robert Hare's residence, at the old stand, where he will be always on hand to ad minister to the comforts of those who may favor him with a call. He flatters himself that from his long experience in tavern-keepin. , and ex tensive travel, he is competent to meet the de mands of the most fastidious. Board per day ........................$ 1.00 per week...... .............. 6 00 per month (with lodinrs) ........ S 00 (without lodgings) ... 1.5 00 JOHN C. GORDY. Franklin, Dec. 2.5, 15i2. ULmITED STATES HOTEL. PHILADELPHIIA. CA PT. CHAS. H. MILLER, Having leased this well-known es tablishment and refurnished it in a mo dern style, would inform the public, that they wil: ind the accomiodations of a very su perior character in every respect. CaptMillerfs reputation as a host is well known everywhere, and he is determined it shall lose nothiing by his future ellbrts. The higher: de gree of satisfaction guarantied to all who may ,avor him with their company. [2Q0-t.] Last Island Hotel, BATHING, FISHING, 4c. The undersigned has fitted up an ex tensive boarding establishment ait Last SIsland, which is now open for the recep tion of visitors. The advantages of this delight fll location, its unrivalled fishing and sea-bath ing facilities renders it the most agreable sum. muer retreat on the whole southern coast. Attached to the establishment is a well stocked Bar, Billiard and Bowling saloons, and a Live ry Stable where horses and carriages can be procured to enable visitors to ride or drive on the extensive beach that bounds the island towards the Gulf. The Table will be supplied with the choicest delicacies of the season, and no pains spaired to insure the comfort of the guests. E. PECOT. Last Island, June 1st, 1853.-22-3m. For Sale, The lot of ground situated in the town of Franklin, fronting pn the rear street, containing about 12 superficial arpents, together with all the buildings and im provements thereon, consisting of a Dwelling House in good repair. a new stable and ken house, cabins and out-buildings, and two geood cisterns ; a portion of the land is now an orchard of various kinds of fnlit. For terms, which are very moderate, apply to me. G. N. SEAGRAVE, Atty. for SR. E.TALBOT. Franklin, July 7, 1R53 X-2m. For Sale. The subscriber will sell his new Dwelling-House and Lot with the cor -l -nice up and shingled, a brick cell*r, cistern, kitchen and store-room, situated on Second street, joining the Catholic church lot; or, the subscriber will sell the front house on said lot and remove it to another lot for the pur chaser, and finish it on reason.ble terms, or sell it enclosed. The front house iv44 feet front by 37 feet deep, two stories high, divided into four rooms up stairs and two large rooms below, and a hall through the centre-c-meludig a ten-fool gallery in front; the rooms are well ventilated The addition to the back is 24 feet by22 feet, in eluding a galler,, two rooms up stairs and one large room below ; the lot is 80 feet front, extend ing 150 feet back, with a good well, flower gar den, fruit trees and shrubbery. For further par ticulars inquire of the subscriber. ANDR1W E. KINSELA. Franklin, Dec. 18, 1852.-tf. FOR SALE. The subscriber offers for sale on rea Ssonable terms, the House and Lot now occupied by him on Third street. The lot is 80 by 300 feet, and has upon it a comfort able one story house aod out-buildings attached embracing every conveaience for a small family. There is also a Carhenter's Shop on the lot which will be sold along with the other buildings or by itself to suit the convenience of purchasers. Terms made known on pl atU toIFFE. Ftanklin, June 16, j853. 23-tL For Sakle. A comfortable Dwellin, House and Lot in the t3wn of Franklin, fronting al the ecessary out-heases attached. Also, one vacadt Lot, reonting oa the east side of Se cond Street, an eligible building lot; will be sold on reasonable terms for cash or on time, for fur. ther particulars apply to L. R. Curtis, Franklin, or to J. V. Dartigues at kis plantation 5 miles above Franklin. Fnra.kin, June 9, 1853.-tf. Nltice to PFluters. / The subscriber, thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, hereby notifies planters, and the public generally, that he will con tinue to do all kinds of BLACKSMITH'S WORK with which he may be favored in the best manner, and at the lowest prices, such as Plantation work of every description, Horseshoe ing, Carriage work, &c. PATRICK EGAN. Franklin, Feb. 10 1853. ly BUSINESS CARDS. C. H. MINGE & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, PMOBILE, ALA. Refer to RICHARD VILKINS, Franklin, La. 0-- We will accept, payable in New Or leans at sixty days, for half the market value of sugar or Molasses, accompanied by bill of lading and invoice. N. B.-Shipments to us covered by insurance. [44-6n] C. H. MING E & CO. J. SANDS. LOUIS DURAND SANDS & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, [MOBILE, ALA. Particular attention given to the sale of Sugar and Molasses. All consignments to us are covered by insurance. 45-tim J H. MORRKION & CO., Wholesale Gro J. ers, No. scorner of Canal and Customhouse streets, New Orleans. A large and general as sortment of GROCERIES for sale for cash or city acceptances. i Country merchants and planters are re spectfully invited to give us a call. 1-ly KENNEDY & FOSTER, No. 75 Tehoupitoulas street, NEW ORLEANS. H AVING transferred our business to tihe house of KENNEDY & FOSTER, all consign ments of Sugar, Molasses, &c., and orders for supplies, from oar friends to their address, will be under the management and receive the undi vided personal attention of JAS. B. WITTER, who is also authorized to settle the affairs of the late tirm of WITTER & BROTHER. JAMES B. WITTER B. M. WITTER. New Orleans. Sept. 1, 18-52. BENJAMIN F. SHIELDS & CO., Commission Merchants & Sugar Brokers, No. IJi Magazine Street, NEW ORLEAX&S References--Messrs. Carlin, 1 Parish " O.& N.Corney, of Capt. A. L. Fields, St. Mary, 49-Pm John L. Hndgens, Esq. J) La. Building Materials & Naval Stores Constantly on hand and for sale in lots to suit purchasers-such as Lime, Ce Iment, Plaster of Paris, Tar, Pitch, Ro sin, crude and spirits of Turpentine, Plastering Hlair, Oakum, Fire Bricks, and Buildding Mate rials is general. N.B.-Particular attentiwo is directed to an article of Sager Lime, superior to any in the market. - Country orders promptly filled at the lowest market rates. A. B. BACON. 10 Gravier street, (between Tchoupitoulas and New Levee) 4 NEW ORLEANS. JOHN HALL. B.. W. RODD. HALL k RODD, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, No. 4 Front Levee, (between Custmikouse and Bienville sts.) NEWV ORLEANS, S-IVE their particular and personal attention to the sale of Sumar, 1lfolsses and Cotton, as well as to the purchase of Plantation Sney plies, Groceres, &e. New Orleans, Jan. 2.5,1853. 9 21 CAMP STREET, 92 ....YEW ORLEANS ... 922 MARQUETTE & NIMMO, I)EALLERS IN Family, Boat and Ship Stores, Of Every Description. CHOICE BUTTER, Cheese, Teas, Sugars, Coffee, Rice, Flour, Hams, Pork, Beef, Ba con, Lard, Raisins. Currants, Figs, Candies; also, Boston, Soda and Butter Biscuits; Pickles and Preserves, Soep, Starch, &e., together with choice old Brandies, Wines, Liquors, &c., in quantities to suit purchasers. [7Q Nuts and Fruits of all kinds. 10-5m PAPER & STATIONERY WAREHOUSE No. 57 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. PAPER AND STATIONERY Of every description. Writing, Printing & Book Paper, Playing Cards, Printers' Cards and PRI1NTING INK BLAN KBOOKS OF ALL KINDS, And a general assortment of Foreign and Domestic Stationery, Adapted to every branch of the trade. HENRY L. POTTER, 4 No. 57 Camp street, New Orleans. OHIO FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO. Capital.... $800,000. DAVID PAGE, PRES... J. H. BUCHANAN, SEC'Y. T HIS securely established company, with the J most ample means for the protection of its Policies, is now prepared to take Fire an4d Mla rine Risks on the most liberal terms, at their branch office, No. 80 Common street, corner of Camp, over W. W. White's banking house. JOHN A. G. FISHER, Agent. New Orleans. Jan. 30, 1853. 4 MELv.ILE 00C. MANrFACTURERS AND IMPOITERSOF FINE WATCHES AND JEWELRY, SILVER SPOONS, FORKS, LADLES, GOLD AND SILVER SPECTAC LES, CLOCKS, PENS, &c. No. 89 Canal Street, near Camp, NEW ORLEANS. N. B.-Watches, Clocks and Jewelry care fally repaired and warranted. i3r Office No. 17 Maiden Lane... .Manu factory, No. 431 Amity street, New York. New Orleans, May 19, 18.53. ly. New Spring and Summer Clotlhing ! TTE are now opening a very large, fine and ashionable assortment of Gentlemen's Spring and Summer Clothing, just received from the manufacturers at the North, which will enable us to put them at very low prices. We defy competition in this line, either in price or quality S. SMITH & SON. EDUCATION, &c. Seouthern Institute for Young Ladies, CONDUCTED BY LMR. T. POOLEY, MISS E. POOLEY, and competent ossistan t, AT FRANKLIN, LOUISIANA. THE Principals of this Seminary aim at ren dering it adequate to the requirements of an enlightened community, as well in the extent of useful knowledge, as in the variety of polite ac complishments to be acquired therein, and hope to furnish good and sufficient reasons to parents in Attakapas, at least, "knowing" hencetorth "no North, no East, no West," as the favored seat of learning for their daughters, to encourage and sustain a School which, whilst itembodies in its educational course such northern "notions" as are worthy of adoption, shall be essentially southern in its teaching and influence. In the Primary 1Department will be taught Spelling, Reading, Writing, and Oral Arithme tic. Terms, $18 per session of five months. In the Commnn School Dlyparteaet, in addi. tion to the foregoing, Atitihmetie; Geography, Grammar, Letter-Writing, Elocution and Mod ern History. Terms, $24 per session. In the ii c/i Sc/lool Department, in addition to the foregoing. of Algebra, Geometry and La tin, qwanturm sunit; Grammatical and Rheto rical Criticism, Moral Philosophy, Universal His tory, Use of the Globes, Mapping, and the Ele ments of Natural Science, illustrated by lectures and philosophical apparatus. Terms, $30 per se.tnr'a....Drawing, 6 per session; Draw ing and Painting, $10: Instructions on the Pia no-forte, $30; French, G ; Board, $60. N.B.-Vocal Music, Elementary Drawing, Embroidery, and various kinds of Fancy Work, taught gratis. Prospectus OF THE BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL AT TACIIED TOWHE NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST. ANTHONY. TpllSl: School is founded by the Rev. Paul Guerard. parish priest, and Edward Joseph Higgins, professor in the town of Franklin, parish of St. Mary, and is under the immediate patronage of the Rt. Rev. Anthony Blanc, Arch bishop of New Orleans. This institution will present to youth all the advantages of a Christian education and solid instruction preparatory to their entering college, by which means mtuch time and Ixpense will be saved to parents and guardiats. The number of boarders for the present will be few and select. Board and Instruction in English, $IS0 per Latin or French languages, $2 per month extra. Day pupils wiiUbe required to pay at the expi ration of each month: no scholar will be re ceived for a less term than three months. No deduction will be made in case of expul sion or withdrawal before the expirationt I the quarter. Franklin, Nov. 13, 15.52. Music. Mr. J. GRIMMER, Professorof Music, is now residing in the town of Franklin, and is ready to begin his professional basiness. Mr. Grimmer has already opened his musical school for pisno and vocal music for young ladies at Mrs. P. Delahbossy's Female Institution. The Guitar will be taught also. If required Mr. G. will teach the above mentioned instrumentsu in private families. For the benefit of your.g gentlemen, Mr. G. will open an evening school, in order to form a Military Band. For boys a school will be opened at five o'clock in the afternoon three days in the week, Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays. The regular classes for young men will open mo Mordaythe 23d inst., at the hotse opposite Mr. Victor Fouri my, next to the Catholic Church. His terms are moderate. N. B.-Pianos tuned and repaintd. 19-tf. Boys' School. TLHE subscriber has opened a private Boys' school in Franklin, at which iastruetion will be given, in addition to the varions branches of general utility, in the Higher Mathematics and Greek, and Latin languages. TUITION PER JM1ONTfH From ...................4 0) to $6 00. As the number of pupils to be admitted is li mited, the subscriber hopes to merit the liberal patronage of those wile wish to place pupils under their charge at a select school. Apply to the subscriber at the Hollander House. B. F. SMART, Ins.trwrtor. Franklin, June 2, 1853. 12l-tf.1 Notice. "EDWARD JOSEPH HIGGINS, respect fully informs his friends and the public, that he has opened his English Academy for males and females, where all intrusted to his care, shall be instructed in a business manner. Term.s, per month.... ...........4 00 Corner of Main and Jackson streets. In25-tf. PUBLIC LIBRARY ROOMS OF THI Young Men's Christin Auotiatiot. (Entrance, No.RO Common s~at) Third Story ....orer WT. W1: 1Vhite'~ Ozcr, NEW ORLEANS. N. B.-Contributions of Book-, Pamphlets, &* respectfully soliciled Q7 Country papers will please copy. CROCKERY.-- oup Tureens (a variety of styles), Salad Dishes, Vegetable do., with and without covers, Pickle do., iButter do. Coffee Cups, large and small, Tea d., Bakiag Dishes, Pitchers, Tumblers, Soup Plates, Dinner amd Breakfast do., Moco Bowls, Milk P-as. JOHN BARN ARD. Jeanneretts, April 2R, 153. |lr "OR SALE-A full set of" UAie's Livig I" Age,"36 Vols., richly bord ia cloth and gilt, and perfectly new. has just been received. and is for sale at my shop. C. RABE. Franklin, June'30, 1.5 Wanted. A SIT'ATTON as Manager or Overseer on a Sugar Plantation. I have spent twenty five years on sugar plantations, and acquired much experience in boiling sugar, makingbrick, and setting sugar-kettles. Letters from my em ployers attesting ability and faithfulness ean be produced. Address, Franklin. La. JACKSON R. NIXON. Q7 The Red River Republican will insert to the amount of 52 5O, and tnd account to this office. 1GftL] CONGRESS WATER-8-00 bottles genuine - Congress Water just received fromt New York, for sale by the bottle, dozesar box. by C. RABE. G .INGER-Canton Ginger and other imgpe. " ted Preserves, for sale at Rabe's Drug slere. LEECHES-Best Hungarian Leshes, jest receivee at Apothecaries' Hall. C. RABE. C(IGARS AND TOHACCO-"The best int V towt," for sale at _Atothecaris' Hall.