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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 4 January 1849

THE PLAtERS' BANNER. O,. XIV. Frankili, Attakapas Co., Lou., January , 1 849. No. 1. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY, DAIEIL DENETYT. TERMS: Three Dollrs per annum, payable is advance; Fie Dollars, at the expiration of the year. The Eagle's Song. rm away, away to my mountain home ! My wing is unchecked and free, Where the wild winds over the snow-peaks roam, And the avalanche slidew from its icy dome, Oh, that is the flight for me ! .I can watch the sun when he first awakes, From his bed far down in the wave Whea backward his coral mantle he shakes, And all unpinioned his journey takes Alme through the blue concave. I can tsead where foot hath ne'er trod befoire, Nor thearrow beens loosed :i-"n its quiver ; Amd the sound of the dashing surge in it. roar, When it reaches me th.ere, -hall ,earn u, more Than the flow of a silvery t'ter. And frbelow shall the lightning play nla the vapors that roll at my teet; w While 1-ohb, with me it shall never be day. And I'll pierce every cloud that sh...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 4 January 1849

P5obate saIe. s'. Frî ',-r. M.o q.ï. :sIWac of tr'en I rc i uand 1.Lugcnic &ýnc'qe, his v-ilti. borhJet·lJ Iu pijrijr'ut»t.e )f éta urdtr . ts~ rom the ào-:i. itit 1tJa*r,,ri Ci ort :n snd lor :he Parish iiort'-.jd, u. ditte lit 30tJ) tiJ-exinber, 1M4S LoiJ u uiir d:ut-ettui, I. 1tuni."t A. Curtis, Sheriff ilthe! lit s;> S:. Mr. W.tI o'4rr lur baie on die,. luAi ùiv tlo 17It)rlrv li-xi, ISI9 ai ti.'< 'Tit Iirt l 'ii insite- tftwt <i l Franklin, ait lie lîsur uii Il o'cioîk-, A M., the tîîilowing rop, bes!~r ha IuL) -,'it,ile, VIZ. 1w>, iiiti o;.r la a I. a riî.is-a. %il [indo ou >otlà Ofde ot'ihe- laitt'au &'c A, kh tii'rdindrV deptil Fi I rl% ijîst',li, tj bouildtd ur ihr oî nrth bv the dij['lC d-atllttos', iutilh by launds 01 Aderard oseiii, oaî tht wrt by laibda utf lleudersoil 'r:,att*tlo . uniit ilas eabi üy liauîds ut* t)> Jt l :tie iwvratas oand s'iîtdîtîons, 10 wit Uiit iliord î':t -àloi. on tlhe It i.: ' lrch lP49, uaileiiiiiJ ord 'Ii u lit a! Q oN...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 4 January 1849

Surveying, Levelling, AND gMAJP.l OF PLANTATIONS, BY J. M. CATLETI" & G, B. SHEPHERD' Orders for surv. y)mg Laud., I. mIn, out Ca uals and turni,.hanig ,p.,tilei tir the same where. by the necessnar ecvnatlons will 1w .lhown-m or lor Maps of Phlanmatlna, rprelrsentiang all improvemeuns, in Ihe areas of different p,,rions of the field, the ditches, canals, roads, I-nee., and .ll iutormarin u.elul to planters ,fr rtier ence, will be prmnlptly artllide4. to. Comln mu. Dications addrm-ssed to thelm at Franklin, Lou N. B. Pateut.s lot Lands procured. 6un-d7 CBARLES RABE, M. D. Havln, located htumtsrl: II, L'raiklon, offt"-r his pliotrula.iunal servicesl to the cIIZrllts Ut ihis Parish, anid h,,pe- by stire attirtni to the ca . em enlrusted to hisa c.trc, h Io, mIrlt a share of publec patrounge. Residence at Mrs. E. Pecoi (ffice, Carson's buildimg, Main st, d14 A Card. Dr Charles Ra~ b pioljpises to prepare onet or more oumug gt-riiume. u ,l liberdal educa.imn for admission t, any Me-...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 4 January 1849

Avirs. Mr. A. B. <RAuaETIER, dppuiq npid afsf coinml.l dains seoise oa.,uiui, y deviimot Wý8-C ét de; à.:jssur. li rnuaisn deromtawici rrstlrn la I. us.é.:wj (file praéiéemnict SIL P. J. PAVY& L CU. Nuuvlle Urlisius, ler Juil.-e, 1Ide. NEW `QODS. The subscrsber baviag located himself at Patterunvlle, (or the prpose of carryiong o! the inercantiie busines s wo.ld rultcit aon call the attenaton of Pliuters and the trading comi munity in general .o . ad tout! naw stock " STAPLE AN ' GOODS, direct fGIon Jeenewse nou now rpeniný` tag of a fol and cbh.e l so PLANr\'CtO DS,, oi all description'. DRESS GOODS : Cashmeres, Muslin Delalns, Black and en! ored Alpaccas, Fancy I)res Siks, Pro'e,, Ginghams, Engliah and Swiss Dresses, al-n Bishops, Lawns, Jackonet, Tl'hreud and Swiss Edgings, losertings, worked Muslin Collarýr and Habits; Plain aid Check Cambriea, &c. In a worJ, 1 would -ay to the ladws that I have as large and as well ,elected assartie,elzt of Dress Giods as has ever be...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 11 January 1849

STHE PLANTERS' BANNER. V L IllV, FRANKLIN, ST. MARY'S PARISH, LOUISIANA, JANUARY.. 11, 194S. . PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY DANIEL DENNETT. TERMS: Tree DolZars per annum, payable in idvance ; Pia DiAars, at the expiration ot the year. Labor. B. OWEO 8. WARREN. It was no curse that said to Man, "labor thy lot shall be ; And with the sweat upon thy brow Thy hand shall nourish thee." All who obey this high behest Blessinga in it have found : Amd health and wealth are gathered best By those who till the ground: The human frame is scarcely made Til toil devektep I m ; And health which is not won by work Will hardly bide ihe storm. Or head or brain, with plow or pen, May do God's will below; Sot sloth will wither hai,d arid briu And quench the spirst's glow. Say not, thou lodily son of gold, No need Ltr thee to toil; Say not tLere's nought to do, except By sertf wed to the soil. Are there not widowed hearts to cheer, That pine in cold neglect; And innocence to guide aid guard, -And orplhan...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 11 January 1849

BANNER. I PgIULl, La., TIf.IS 11, JAN. II, 119. !t Ez.scro..-At `In Franklin onj the 15th lust, .s were:' i ected meanbe cil, viz : ilneon Stuith. plane, and ' Lucius Sutliff.. 3. or T.-At the quaserldy election of the," Teche Division No. 43, Sons of Temperance.w" which took paco oun Wednesday evening, tIbr 3d inst, the following ollicere were chosen : Thomas Pooley, Wi. P.; R. N. McMic;Sai"." W. A.; G. B. Shepherd, R. S.; T. L ;'oter. c" A. IL S.; D. Denntett, F. S.; J. B. Murphy.,tl T.; J. M. Catlett, C ; J. W. Mlinr. A. C.; ii IL Nerso3, I. S.; O. N. Archer, U. S. DaowxnD.-On the 2sth ult. Rancon Ja- u cobs, son ol William Jacobhs of this eD rish, Itc:! " from a flat boat in bayou D)eg!aize. and vwaý im mediatelydrowned. Several persons weac n,:U him at the time, but were unable t., r,.r-de;r hin any assistance. Hlis body had not beetn f.~a:d ia on the let inst., though dilagent search hii. }t ee.i Eefwr it. ;i Si4srTruI'So NEw Ia ATTAKAPai.--cDrs,:e a Hanker and Meade have esta...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 11 January 1849

List of Letters, Remaiaing in the Post Office a: F;anklin, Jan <ary 1st, 1849. A A Aremaeaux, Thos G ArndJerso. B IDvid Bell, Henry Bayce, Win B Bîrry, 2 ; J M Bateman, G P Bnrant, Ogenord BRurg, R F Boulange, Miss Matilda Brown, J H Bede 1, George Berger, Walteor Brashear, Henry C Baker, Guo F Blackeuan, J.hu W Bi.*s, J M Blackingtoo, N J Boynton, Bjackwell & Dick. i , miss, E H Brecsaer. Henry Coi, D Capdebosek, John C Clay, F Cornay. Mot E C Conner, S Cariées, N J Ca. von, Capt. H Curtis, N ChIpton, Miss E Cor neay. D. Johnuba L D-aniels 2, Saml H Davis 6, Francis B Davis, I Doucet, C Domengé, Wm David. on, jr, R F Dingeas, C Dural, miss Ajema! Demaret, miss R Dauphine. E A A Elmendorf2, .M1rs William Evans, Mm B Ellemns. F John Fuîker 2, ihomas iFoster, Francois Fe ray, Mrs Augusta Fiss, Lewis Frowlee 3, W Fàeetwout, Hfnry Flute, Thos Foraine. Francois Gatizol, W P Griffith 2, Roltrt Gar-I bry 2, R Gibbs, PW GilI, L:iure;cc (; ilit. H. Jas L Hlaushy, Elijah Hawes, M A HIo...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 11 January 1849

,N'oite. I have this day associatld with me in part-i nershbip, my bruther, Joera W. TALBOT, aod uur business will hereafier ha continued under, the tiri of J. W.& RIL. E. TALSOT. R. E. TALBOT. Franklin, July luth, 184 . Avis. Mr. A. B. (RHAPANTIERa, d-puiib.neui an:& commis dans nuioe msisi>on, y devient assaicié deé <efjour, in ruisisn de romnserce r-%ti ra ia t ê ie jiie p.uéiédfmm:et. P. J. PA V & CO. i Nuu aile Orlrauni, 1er Juîltet,l844. ; Spices, &c. Just reeeived ai the FRANKLIN DRUG STORE, CAsson's BUILDIX.O, 20 >bs. N'aimiewg, 1u l1s». Mdce, 50 ' Allpace, 50 " P.-pw-r, 10 ' Cluves, 10 "Ciisintmon 25 Gnger Roof, 25 " Powd-.ed do. 10 " Sage, 10 ** CayenHi 1'p. T<>2ethhr with Indigo, Castile Son»q, Swggn Cadiles, Saleragu, 1lanisg, Hinlck Leald, Em.a -ry and vigrsous oiher artiucles, whiclh *l! be u told low. Cal und ee. a EDUCATION. S a Pemale Boarding and Day School. NUMBER LIMITEO. The underuigned respecltully inlorus his friends and the publ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 18 January 1849

Avis. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Cour de District, Paroises Sie Marie. Succeusi de feu Robrti W. Ster Attendu que J, A. TESSIER A earégitr6 dans cmte cour une petition, demandaut q des lettres d'admiois.ration de Id uc.ossne d. Jeu Robert W Siewral lui soient accordées AVIS est par le pr6seot donné à touL eaeu que cela peut concerner d'avoir à déduie dams les dix jours qui suivront la daie do préseat avis les raisons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquuell il ne serait pas fait droit à a demande. J V FOURMN , Gnree Bureau do Oreffer, 11 Jaovier, 1840. I -.. . .. . . ...- -- - - THE PLANTERS' BANNER. VOL IV. . FRANKLIN, ST. MARY'S PARISH, LOUISIANA, JANUARY 18, 1849. g o. 2. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY DANIEL DENNETT. TERMS: Three Dollars per annum, payable in advance; Fire Dollars, at the eapiratlon of the year. A Valley Revisited. ADDRESSED TO 1 sought the glen our boyhood loved, Each lone retreat, each fovorite tree, The winding path o'er which we roved, The stream by which we wandered fre...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 18 January 1849

Of course, when there is a tendency to diar. rhea in choiera times, the strictest attentionu should be paid to diet, and fruits and crude veg. etables should be carefully avoided. Wben thbe choiera prevails, it bas been ound that mos poople are eauil inclined to bowel complaints, a td tbis ae indication tht the diet of people geQrally should be regulated accordingly.-A iudden change from a generom to a low diet in such circoutances bas been fouud quite injuri. ouI. A person who is well sbould continue to eat very much a be bu been accustomed to, ex. cept that aoet people eat too much, as a gener. a rule, and exeept hat fru;ts and certain veget. ables, which et otaher times wuld be harmnlea, under the cholera atmosphere ar6 to produce dianr hea. I will cloe my communication by giving some, particulars of two or three cases, out ol many PLANTER. ' BANNER. PF.tlI1N, Lt, T., U I A.tm l 18, 49. SExnr CaIE ' .-ee are* sorry to learn comrlaint among maa)ny of o .dition"in which they find t...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 18 January 1849

.1:) le MILLIAN RAIE ;~ l ePir ·urx oeuiaumr2-ietag: i~ :"lrrB&WiI Rbin Wa soId oat to hiwuénrr Dr. a Rawb, &u wbemr ho ha& *~j-.4'4CdgmmIugdto ugiv hiaseifoff tol _`.mk'àad L *h.au a uhbm a goo dia of, N.w 1v y, that tho MMd William Rah6 i WEgs:ootcea l hi. oataadiýg deb, ita a aum , Md q· fi 6nhiermom " èh ri 1 ammcWjl-i boueve dm he hu ers abatL g dibu(aay peum Who Wo"i h. job.s psy hi, vi. ub.y - Pu aM ihry jii .1... 18, 1848. L.' R;. C1JETIS, MJC TION~iP. crvmuot Ar· Ual. À GM le1S yu arof as%, fo rab, &M-m su hýo grl. Appl< Le >11 ~I BRIQUPaAND. SWab.rah Pire fnc mls by N. WALERS, & co. E~e.ppm.' TenDs di tmrou Civci@ Wi" Maha obute r Vente a IEaacan. A sousigné fera vendre, par l'entesmedia. L i ire d'un Encanteur public, sur son habita. tion, près du Carancro, dans la paroisse St, Landry, Le Lundi, 5 Ferrier prochain, 1940, et les jours suirants, les propriétés ci-après décrites, savoir : 100 Esclaves de choix, des deux sexes et d'ages differents, p...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 18 January 1849

h The subsarler would respecthully in-i !orm the public that his stables are now aua an all times open. He will keep constan tly on hand a supply of the best of provender the country affnrds, so that persons leaving thei horses with him may depend on having them well provided tbr, on terms. He will keep co head horses and m.ul.. for sale 1 Ie time 60t head of large Kentucky au .0 head of horses, consisting of Buggy, Sand addle horses.' JAS. EMISON. Franklin. La, Oct. 5, 1848. Plantation Bell. The planters of St. Mary, are respectfully informed that the suoscrnber has been appoilt. *'4 Agent of G & W Collin, the Bell and Brass ;'ounders at the Buckeye Bell Foundry iu Ca. c.itaatl, Ohio, and that he is prepared to re-. -:ave orders for BELLS of every description and Loae required. All orders, through him, tor Bells, are euaranlled for twelve moitihs, not an break.. In case of breakage within that time, nsew ones of the same size and quaihty will be furuished gratis. JA3li.. S. SIM...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 25 January 1849

Avil. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Cour de District, Parobsee Sie Marie. Succession de feu PrudeunceG Godmo Attendu que JOHN B. LEA à ear«glué done epite cour une petition, demnandant quoedm ietres d'adoninistratoo de la dite sooessio teld sowent accordée. AVIS est par le préemt dooné à toutos mem que cela peut coocerner d'avoir à déduire les dix jours qui suivront la date do préAs-at les raisons (si aucunes ils ont) pour il n. serait pas fait droit à sa demande. J V FOURMY, Berese de Greffier, 12 Jaouer, I THE PLANTERS' BANNER. VOL. XIV. FRANKLIN, ST. MARY'S PARISH, LOUISIANA, JANUARY 25, 1849. o. 4. ' mi fUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY DANIEL DBIIN TT. TERMS: Three Dolers per annum, payable in advance ; lis DoUdar, at the expiration of the year. oeld. A mighty pain to love it is, And 'ti a pain that pain to miss ; But ofall the pain the greatest paia It to love, but love in vain. Virtue now nor noble blood, Nor wit, by love is understood. Gold alone does passion move; Gold monopolies love ! ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 25 January 1849

DIANT NNR. FUIillI. La.,'TIUIA)T, JAi. !9, IS9. Da. Waz's DOs informed by a physician of this plas Weld, of New Town, died a few days era. We are also inrtnrmed that five members of the family in which be boarded lately died of the same dis ease.. The Doctor, fbr the last year or two, has peen practicing medicine on the homaepathic system. A Stona BROKEN .OrSN.--A few nights since the store belonging to Mr. Muggah, at Pattersonville, was broken open, and about lit. ty dollars iz mopey stolen. The thief bhas not been discovered. PATTEraasoLLE, CENTREVILLE AND FRANK. Ltn.-l'ie first of these three villages is situa ted on the Atchalalaya,-about eight miles fro,,m Berwick's klay. It has never, until of late, shown much signs ofthrift, though its locatton is peeh as to justify the opinion that it ought to have beeu,years ago, a village pffive tidtes its present number of inhabitan's. It is a point at which the trade of Berwick's Bay and numer, uarn bayous and takes ought naturally to co...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 25 January 1849

Vente a I'Eaacan. LA sousign6 fera vendre, par l'entesmedia. ire d'un FasmieMr public, uur son habit*. tion, prs de Causcro, dms la paroise St. Landry, Le Liud isateri proctain, 1840, et les ep M êeuicSaprsé d6éories, savoir: le esSelat vendus à un crédit de un et, deux ans, i cmpter du jour de la ente; leac rettas à boeufs z de cypre, 1,500 bai aisj T'roes et Cnnditions: les scav serent vendus à un crédit de un et deus ans, à cnrmpter du jour de la vente; le.se-c quéreurs f.urnissont caution à la satisfaction de qui de droit, et les **lavesdeAmneoaat hypothè-4 qués par privelègi Ju.qu'au paiaent i6el et ef retif tant dû prindpal ques des interets qui au-: ront pu s'acoSektr à ithii de bdir pour cent] par n à partiri del'écMance de chaque terme. Les conditios de la vente des propriédés mo. biliéres serfnt ancoacées le jour de la vente. TECVE BYPOLITE CHRETIEN. Opelousas, 3 Janvier, 1849. ETAT DILA LOUISIANE. Coor de Ditcrict, Paroirse Ste. Marioe Succession de feu Albert Allen. Atte...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 25 January 1849

Avis. Mr. A. B. Ca PAMTIXaM, depuis neuf an couaris daos noise maisun, y devarnt associé de .:ejour, la rsioun decomnnerce restrlr la iméoeu que p6éiédemmnDt. P. J. PA VY & CU. Nouvelle Orleans, 1er Juillet, 1848. 1 susberibst would r.espActISy in. orm the public that his tables are now a ii alUl tes ups. Hb will kep cuastap tly on head a . ppl7 of be bet of provendr the couaqry f* d. is ti pies. a ieving their horses with bia may ep . oq having them well provided bor, ao rm. He will keep cosa W3ia TaEud horses and mpules fotr sas He haa at time 60. head of large Kentucky mules sad 30 head of horses. cousissing of Sluggy, Farm and dsddle horses. JA,. EMIQoN. Fmaklio. La, Oct. 5, 1848. Plarlatiorn Blls. The planters of St. Mary, are respectfully informed that the suoscriber has been appoiat. .d Agent of G & W (Couls, the Bell and Bras Founders at the Buckeye Bell Foundry iu Cm. cianali, Ohio, and that he is prepared to re. ceive orders for BELLS of everv descrnptiou and Lone ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 1 February 1849

ak ',. ..a us ,. .Uh. du-. PAYEZ V8 TAXES! ! Les contribuables de la paroisse de Ste. Ma. rie sont avertis par le pés6entes que je seai en personne ou représent per mon député, aux précincts d'élection suvants, dani le but de re. cevoir leurs diffrentes tases pour l'année 1848, qui sont dues maintenant, ravoir: Ir. Mardi le 13 Ferrier, 18A9, à la maison de Thos. Stansburry, sur le bayou Boeu a 10 lheures, A. x. 2d. Mercredi, 14 Fevrier, 184p, au café tenu par Agre & Brown à Pattersonville, à 10 heures SSe. Jeudi, 16 Fevrier, 184l , au cm. tenu par Iarey & Co., à Centrville, à 10 heures, . m. 4e. Veadredi et Samedi, le 16 et 17 Fevrier, W«4O, à la aoison de Cour das la ville de FmaM ,à 10 l ures, A. . Se. Ladi, 19 Fevrier, 1849, smasi de .ol E Gaiad, à l'Ame Saurag, 1e . eur, fm. e&. Mardi, 90 FPrrier, 1840, la mai de Gregse Boda, Cypreort, 10 heaus, a. m. 7e. Mercredi, 21 Fevrier, 1849, a maasi de Madme Patoot, As arge, à 10 hbre, Aa.: e. Samedi, 24 Ferrier, 184% à la ma...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 1 February 1849

j Toutes les po-n ..t qui ont de, rdeho.. tion cotre la successiono de f Robt W Savai -sont invit6cs à les présentr à ~I J. A. TESSIER,adnirsw. Fr"auian, i*31 Janvier, 1849-M ILLANTI IT BID I18. 'Fuluill. Lan "MAY, FBA. 1. 1849 Tun - Smax.as B vLNg-EThis steamboat, #ormer commanded by Capt Fuller, by a new rra "llT ýe commaneded in future by Capt. Wm. &S I Om , b.. of her has lately been chartered by ;'r. Thomas Iein. -'hisbest it willbe reeofeted'tas b.k at Lake -iicot last year, and is a substantial, safe boat well adaped to the trade. Being built in the country, sh is.espasutie~' "The Banner of Attakapus." (w'*tAMAs uDA IN FRANALSn.- Wei wish Io e1ll the attention of the public to MrSalter. thwait's Advertisement in another part of the per. We have ezamined his carriages, and beehn happily surprised that war illage ,ea produce so high as order of w.kpaasbip. 7s r , ailish and stability of the work are e nearly faultless p sayrInig of tbe kind ye wve seen in the country. Mr. s...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 1 February 1849

Avis. rIAT DR LA LOUISIAN. dec Dasioe', ~igr oiu s marie 5.omeeis4d fen James Comer, 4110.40 qul Pagrsc1 C(hmever, de colin Pa r .ôMS, à sqimi«M dans cOfie cour un.IO pes, oU 4@mudaa que J«s otites d'leruitrruies de la âéi.oeeomof vacomem lui mujuent acurdée. > 0v58 .4 par b prsenat donné à toum cMu que cela peut concerier d'avoir à deduir. *dB J.Wdk »Mie .99 i "W m1 dam du present, &WOS buS »isP,00d m n ils ous, pour le* j..1.. il me am* pu fai droit à sademande. S.' v. FOUKMYY, En de Je Cour de Diasrucf. - rfni de s Nonmrie, 30 Januier 149. PROCLAMATION. IYO R. WILLIAM'RAIE or -o To AtU wwox r MAr concsU., Groetig: WAernea Dr. William Rabé hu sold out t bis broter Dr. C. Rabe, aMd wlieresu e hba fobhbermono determined to move binselfoff tc Cafilliia and whereu il take a good deal ol momey to get there Now koow ye, that the maid William Rabé ii boood to collect all bis outstanding debts in a very sbort time, and furthermore, that ,the said William Rab6 Joes not helieve tbat ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 1 February 1849

Avis. *j ETAT DR LA LOUISIANE. Y ,ç dei Daiuric!,B Ilrr $amen" dé f. Jan«a comw iltutde lm Pagnek Cheeehe, de cell. Po Ir *im, & fieruimr 4a&0 cetll cuomr une potfem admet que J.. letres d'adineir-aitou de Io Îeouoemweo vsacate lui .>i.'t ac.îrdées.. *ê aV * ut par Io Presat donné à toum oel peut conerner d'amvor à deduwe i Jsr4LpQige . «"eaut I dmae dmpr.senI4 urlw h lja m ià& 0o4 pour à& q&ille il à soUk p.. hit do à ad de. J.'V. FOURiMY, ,uB..r do la Cour de Disrict. de S. Marie, 30 Janvier 16<9. Vente a ,Eancan. L A sousigné fera vendre, par l'entesmedia. ire d'un Encanteur public, sur son habita. tion, près du Caraucro, dans la paroisse St. Landry, Le Lundi, 5 Ferrier prochain, 1849, et les jours suirants, les propriétés ci-après décrites, savoir : 100 Esclaves de choix, des deux sexes et d'ages diflfrents, parmi les. quels il se trouve un excellent forgeron et d'au. tres ouvriers. Ces esclaves seroot vendu sous guarantie satisfaisante de titres, etc. ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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