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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 8 February 1849

THE PLANTERS' BANNER. VOL. XIV. FRANKLIN, ST. MARYTS PARISH, LOUISIANA, FEBRUARY 8, 1949. 11o. 6. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY DANIEL DENNETT. TERMS: 77ree Dollars per annum, payable in advance; Five Dollars, at the expiration ot the year. . The Devil and the Potatoes. AN IRISH BALLRD. Ara-"The Deril came ffddl;n' through the toioU." The soil swarmed thick with toads And reotiles holding revel, Butl good St. Patrick drove th.m out, And sore surprised the Devil. Ha! ha! quoth he, **"t. VIatrick dear. You think you're wondrous clever; But I will send you plagues tar worse than these And bother you forever." The ripe grain grew in Irish tilds As thus they held their parle) - Each plain and river hank was fair H ith corn, and r)e, and barley; LSt Patrick thought no harm could come To land thus ftLvored highiy, But the Devil knew more tricks than be, And took his measures siily. He taught the people to distil . The corn to burning liquor; it fred their eyes-it baked their brains It made t...

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. — 8 February 1849

Avis. Toutes les prsonne» qui ont des v6dom. tion contre la succession de feu RKobt W Sewrt sont invitées à les présenter à J. A. TESSIER,adminimtrteur. Franklin, le31 Janvier, 18 -5f PLANTRS'AANNER. FSIAHLIq, It., -THCB.8 A, FEBL 8, iIS. THE PLANTERS' BANNEIR-ITs TERRIL-It will be remembered that we have not only .changed the headiag, &,c., of our paper, but we have changed the Terms also. We now de. mand only Three Dollars a year in adranre while we charge Fire Dl llars at the end of the year. Those who have taken the paper since the first of last September will be entitled to it to the first of next September by paying three i dollars before the 1st of March. With our limited number of subscribers these are the best terms we can make. A nu::tler of Demicrats have left us, but we hop.- t. Whigs will make good the lo. . Some .avre requested the IBanner stopped, influenced by ; strong proscriptive feeling, othlers have rnll:t., the request froml motives best known to t i.n selve...

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. — 8 February 1849

Avis. ETAI' DE LA LOUISIANE. Cour de Btrict,î Paro-se Sie Marie. _ Strcesion de feu Alfred Siaasberry. Attendu que Aiuert Sinsiherry de la par oisse Vernillion, à enrégisnré dans cete cour une petition, demandant que des lettres d'adinin. it:ration de 1 duite successioni lui soient accor. ldées. 6 AVIS est par le présent donné à touts ceux que cela peut concerSner d'avoir à déduire danes lel dix jours qui suivront la date du présent nai. es raisona (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il île serait pas lat droit à sa demande. J V FOURM Y, Greffier Bureau du Grellier, Fevrnei,,I849. Notice. STATE OF LOUJISIANA. District Court, Pirish of Si. Mary ) Esta.t of Henry Thlompon dec. j Whereias Peter Penco adminitrator or said estate has filed in ibthis court an account of hi* administration of said esta te, togeth ber with his petition pray.ing that the snme may be homo. lopaîe4 and approved. Notice s thairelore given to ail those whom it doth or may cencere to show cause, i any they have,...

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. — 8 February 1849

Avis. Mr. A. B. C(ARPANTiErt, depuis neuf ans comninQ dans nouie snssioii, y devismt ass<c é de ce jioiur, lIa r8ussn de rommerce rru.ra la. ni.êns que patéiédePman-nt. P. J. PA VY & Co. Nouvelle Orleans, 1er Juillet, 184K. S 'bhe subscriber w. pectfully in form the public that h b es are nou. and a all times &pea. lie wili keep cunusan tly on head a suIly. the best of prurense the country af.rds, at perJuns leaving thei horses with him mn pend on havang tets well provided fur, sable terms. He will keep tly on hand horses as. mules for sale" He has at this time 60 hear of large Kentucky mules and 3U head uf buroes. coostlting of Buggy, Farm and Saddle horsee JAS. EMISON. Franklin. La, Oct. 5, 1848. Plantation Bellgs. The planters of St. Mary, are respei full informed that the suoocrboer has been as ur'. ed Agent of G dr& W Coffin, the Bell an irai Founders at the Buckeye Bell Foundry P4 C.. I cinnali, Ohio, and that he ms prepared ^to r.-. ceive orders for BELLS of ev...

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. — 15 February 1849

:T HE PLANTERIS' B ANNER. VOL. XIV. FRANKLIN, ST. MARY'S PARISH, LOISIANA. F-F:ItuARx1 1i, 1-i:. o. 7. PUBLIS.HEO EVERY THURSDAY BY DANIEL DENNETT. TERMS: Ahree Dollars per annum, payable in advance ; Five Dollars, at the expiration ot the year. The IDtchman,' Saong. T.H DUTCH nAN LOSETU His DOc AND SINGETII. Oh, rare I and oh, vare ! Hash ter leetle toggy gone ? Oh ! yare !.and oh, vare ! Can ter rashcal tog pe gone ? He's gone unto ter tivel, He's gone mit him I fear; He may pe vou pig sassage Mine tog-oh, tear ! oh, tear ! Oh ! vase ! and oh, rare ! Can ter yaller tog pe guo:e Oh, vare! and oh, rare ! Hash ter schoundrel tog pe gone ? aI vwodgive von goot tllar To him ash tells to me Vare I can fint ter toggy, Or shows me rare he pe. His park vas full ov mushick, It goes just like ting tong ; Bis ears vere cut off short, -His tail was cut off long; He ush'd to trive ter schikens, And say tern pow- wow; But he'sh gone unto te dickens Vy! here comes Schuappo now ! Oh, rare ! and oh...

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. — 15 February 1849

PL ANTERS'BANNER. F:º11i1IS, La.. TIIFý' jý w` Pr.,bah,'v th." ('b.'.vra is ah ut to d e ':tt. h (Graad Jury aird ia yt s \ i:l 1irali; r:..rtu. the ma!llfator. +aERS s.c:c l Pn :I~:' .ýt..-" iI(·L'fý have nrere id ;ttii j'. r~ti_ I. t rii iu of this Jýdar:aI :wl e~ti s;alt., rtr 1? a Itise.a'e ib! 0. ý. &L. \ i . and $ý1 r !t'., ' Ii a t tt.' . u · ·. ndt~t: ~~iIl r ne'r i in~:1.; . tI 1 1 I wth i;laar.a li it : itt ~in.r it y etu U4 rata'Pl i' nc ,I U ;t t te:' - ·: i ; :f "'. .4 , .i ~a ! aui,"r, II i. a"ý 4' Jaa al 4 [ ). inIa Ifitaaaih.z ta suiscriierr at tI Sin a caamaa. G l '.1F.N ýr:Dý.-})r. (l; N. S "1?rao v this 1 ~wasrri: ,d tire-h and "ýu:ºe tire." i'at is the kintd ýv " týIti. life. cse. Pa. -h p't. d ! :a.Y"ia: hby hthe tine' the eh i''era diu. arap"sar ; caibbage vile be well rclih.cd ;tter a ruI;2:I) IN `!.A\KLi\ -)kbl. :ii:-tr.,Iz, i !*~ adceris: :rn+ V1iL ir.:iii t1r` paidit~h. t iii.. Wva: is n~aiii*!actiirctI in I'rtrk to nnt a a_ scale. 'tec a:P well tacqyia...

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. — 15 February 1849

Avis. il, '- lottl:--t- M r .. Cont ( .-, a' .:t~;! a\e., <I' à. r t d,.i , r'è éiS (J'ici à refiler . S!1. rif, 17 j'i':rr I'acs Avis. ETAT DE L\ LOUISIANE. Cour de UDi-ti "i, Paroi!se Ste, Marie Sucession de fe Henry Thomson. Attendu que V'eer iPecol, adminrleslmna'iu d<! la dut suceesrr on, à emregirisé daire reic coul sn comute d'ide',dinilstraiîiu a:sn: q.s'*ie ipeniiiinii dinmandiin que le dit comnpe soin huisolugué ei pprioueé. Avi est par le présent donné à iou« ceux que cela peut coocrrner d'avoir à deduire dan. Iel dix joura qui suiiiont Ir date du pre»fnt evlr les rimaoo, si sucuoe il. ont, pour lesquelles il se raai pu lait droil à sn dtnmande. J. V. POUKMY, Greffier. Burese du Grefer, Fevrier 8, 149. i r~' DE. LA LOUISIANE. î,:,- ( j f-t ie a -r.l. tlf:ll qrieva...?. iitit iitrr urw lir do': ia ý1 ..-l par ! . : 'à îara. Ceux i: lie r-d: 's lait dritral à uuui r.a cdu . (h r 1 ( F'ra. if -49. Avis. 1- ['%l' IDE IA LOUIZSIANE. (2'ur~ de Li:~ii·, e, Sue, c"i el' reu...

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. — 15 February 1849

Avis. Mr. A. B. C'IIAPAnTIER, depuis neuf ans commis dans nolie maison, y devient associé de ce jour, la raison decommerce restera lu mênmel que piéiédemment. P. J. PA VY & CO. Nouvelle Orleans, 1er Juillet, 1848. . r llkUa Tattersal. S'The subscriber would respectfully in form the public that his stables are uu'o auu,.all tlmee open. He will keep constan tly ms ad n supply of the best of provender the country atf ords, so that persons leaving their horses with him may depend on having themL well provided tor, on reasonable terms. He will keep cun.tantly on hand horse; and mules for sale" He has at this time 60O head of large Kentucky mules and 30 head of horse~, consisting of Buggy, Farm and Saddle horses. JAS. EMISON. Franklin. La, Oct. 5, 1cs4ý. Plantation Bells. The platiters olSdt. Mlary, are reapec:fuliv informed that the auoscriber has been ap.l,,it-. ed Agent of G & W Collin, the Be!: and Ltr r Founders at the Buckeye Bell Foundry in Ctu. innatl, Ohio, and that he as...

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. — 22 February 1849

Avis. Toutes les personnes qui ont des réclama tion contre la succession de feu Robt W :lewart sont invitécs à les présenter à a J. A. TESSIER, administrateur. Franklin, le31 Janvier, 1849-5f Paper and Paper-Haqging. We isavaise lniineu iu a large and hbaidmome supply of wall paper. bordering, screo-n, win dow blinda, &c..just received aod for sale by epat2- J. W. & R. E. TALBOT. Avis. o ETAT DE LA LOU F. Cour de District iParo:sse Sie. Marie, Succession de leu R. Broussard. l Atiendu que Fra ce Jr. administra. ieur de li dite , à enrégistré dans icette Cour le dc sors administration Sede la dise sures sis qu'une petilion de mandant que le compte soit homologué. Avis est ` présent donné à tous ceux - que ela oncelner d'avoir à deduire dans les dix * qui .uivront la date du present avis les is, si aucune ils ont. pour lesquelles il »s fi pas fait droit à sa demande. e Vd FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, 14 Fev, 1849. Avis. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Cour de Disirici, SParoiss...

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. — 22 February 1849

PLANTERS' B INER. -Y FRImLIN, La., THURSD AY,dEB. _, 119. Ta: W XATHER.-.% have latey heen tre : ted to a smla:l -ice of Northern cli:n:tte vi:icta_ made people lo4)k a,,xtously at their wood piiem;. One night last week we had t.aie and siet nlt tore mnidlight, aun a hard fiezae alte; it. it w.,' followed up by several rather severe fIr :. thei succeed:; g ltgthts. The l.-.v s an1 fruit -! tit uoL.ae t;rees %%-:t ;i:.n me.:. Init the boaiv ana limt!hs of the trees 'reived ,ttle or no hlarl Atuhble cane was swept cle t to the grouJ .but we do not understand that the; planters a - prehend that the freeze has done them an:: :n4g .terial damage. TIHE PLANTERS' BA tER.--,;O are t.a',1v 4to announce to those who wits.uk he i:,it p) i t1 bear it, that our humb!e sheet ihearing the ::a,.ve, Aitle, has fair prospects ahead, not oiiv o:" be.it. well sustained, but of bec-ning ts utlmch i: -o probed iu cotnpari-on t its preerllt ch!:ua ":: as to make it worthy of hei:a. sus;ailte: \e hope in 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. — 22 February 1849

C. Martin poor la somme de *1666 Ayatdes raisoas de croire que le dit Martin ne pe* ps readrw boase la considération pour la. quel le « dits billet fiuivent donnés, je suis ré. solves & e les payer qui lurs'que la perspective do meaovoir cotte consideration me sera offert. JOHN DOOLEY. Bayes BoeC Le., Fev. 22, 1849-3f. Aviu. Lu por«mo. qui ontdes uiclamations coatr sosimd'Albert Que.. décedé s»et ai6mds les pue.satr au sousigné. agent dei 'admîmlgraat.. D. DE&AffUOS$AYE. Fumafkli, Fer. 2% 1849. Avis. ETAT DE LA LOUJ Cour de Dituiet Parois. 8&m.. ornes Sanders, rie Sanders, adninistratrice cession, à eurégist6é dans celtte r le compte de son administrationi de la e sucession, ainsi qu'une petition de mandant que le dit compte soit homologué. Avis eat par le présent donné à tous ceux que cela peut concerner d'avoir à deduire dans les dix jours qui suivront la date du present avis les raisons, si aucune ils ont, pour lesquelles il ne aserait pas fait droit a sa demande. J V...

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. — 22 February 1849

Avis. Mr. A. 0. (CHARPANTIEu, depuis neuf ans coManMIs dans nuiie mnaisn, y devient associé de ce jour, lIa rsison decornmerce restera la n.êrne que paléiédenn.ent. P. J. PA VY & C(. Nouveile Orleans, 1er Juillet, 1848. - Irraa lia Tallseral. The subscriber wruld re-pecfu'." in .orTl the public th.t ., m.ta:a.-- are in autr dall times open f - ' c.,n1' :am dp da supply u1 the e ofi pr.Avendei oh a.l.trya:Lrds, tat lea:sol ha'ing tIL 'r r~es with him may dlep.ld ou Ih'iving thet.i :well provided for, on rea.,,na,;e te.r.. He will keep conslant'i , ie Lhad ir.lse and mules for sale- He has. at lis tille (i) l-head of large Kentucky mules an.l 31 Iheal i houle -. consisting of Buggy, lFarm amnd Saddle hoi,,'e. JAS. ElMIs.UN. Fraklio. La. Oct. .5, 14s . Planlation ells. The plaunters of St. .larn, are regpec:.l:Uv joformed that ihe bsocrliwr lhas twes aIppmI',I. ,d Agent of (; & W Collin,, te lh ,-II ,o limas-i rounders at the Bu.ck-eye lItll F,,uindry iin (.Xi cinnati, Ohio, an...

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 March 1849

Avis. Toutes les prsonnes qui ont des réclama tion contre la succession de feu Robt W dtewart sont invitécs à les présenter à J. A. TESSIER, administrateur. Franklin, le31 Janvier, 119-5f 1 STHE PLANTERS' BANNER. VOL. XIV. , FRANKLIN, ST. MARY'S PARISHi, LOUI;ISIANA, MARCH 1, 1849. No. 9. PUBLISHEO EVERý T $I AY BY DANIEL DENU.TT. TERMS: Three Dlllars per annum, payable in advance; Five Dollars, at the expiration ut the year. The Osage Orange [From the loare Farmrr. The Osage Orange, the favorite hedge plant of the United States, has already become too well known to need any paricular description. It grows iu the wilds of North America, in regions further North than New York. and fur. ther South than the Carolinas. It is usually in this country from 10 to 15 faet in height, though like" the English thorn it is said sometimes to flaih, is its native soil, a height of lifty and vet silty feet. Its utility as a hedge plant is no longer an ex. periment. : Hedges of the rarest beauty and...

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 March 1849

Avim. Uês personnes qui sent des réclamatio.s cow» la succesàiion d'Albert Queea amêd mi prié«. de les prejeater au »wsiug apu de l'uiaminstrateur. D. DELAKIUO&SAYI Franklin, Fcv. 22, 1849. ~lAN - 1N . Ita1UI1L Lt., THffSDiL Millll L t14'i9. - NmeuR STABBED--One div last week. two t roqp elonging to ,Mr. Adt'iard Cariin. on Bayou Sale, got nto Ia dispute which led t'o l ! fone Kai severely staAhed tsý the t widh a targe kniis, ire the regino! i lh $onia: A pBart iffthe coulen:s 'f It st owtach was discharged through the orifice made hat 1ir' kaile. 'tIre negro died the fnlfnwing d:iv. anit the curlprit who inflicted the fatal wosud is iio jai! awaiting his trill. NEA - Gooni.-M"C:rs. Halre & Ri:!=ai have jsT rrýeivcd a fresh assGItnne! ot (o ,d-. and we venture to say hiay wuizzol le g al L, ~v tbeir old custorners calhl onl them. 'l'. !.aids say they have a sAi, eudid «=iauLzt'L ' Fancy (Uouds. IAG RhT.TJ'E PIS MrNArTLats .-f1 It;:i: .lnce to our advertising columns it will...

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 March 1849

I' e ubic (JUJI Ipar ceci ne:tL I Uc UC zu m Cier aucun dv hbls * mé t ar mâ r: poîrni ;v tvint Ai etx Brvttr, u;iairo i' cii I:îvcur &i Wm C. C. L Martin, le 22 eîr Ap vici<hi . i- ds t do ernid quc lte t 'ldMai diiu i ii;t.trl Ps i l a U C 11c.nsidéi-atiui pauir la. q; et 1-. - z ut ( lit - & t .b' i.î s, je suis ré d e i a tiC I h' c . d Iriî iii? :ý j iera i JOLIS DOOLEV. Bav;u BIeui Le., Fýcv. 2.2, I ý 19 Aiiendu qu de It dite au cctte Cuur le co de la dite sucsionfl r andant quu le dit cu Avis est p.r le priéen ceus que cela peut coater d's o doir dduire duns les dix Jours qui suivroat la dte du piesent àavIb les raisons, si aurune ils oot, pour lequelles il ne serai pas fait drnit a sa demande. J V FOURMY, Grefier. Bureau do Grefier, 21 Fer, 1849. Avis. TAT\ 1 DL LA LOUJISIANE. CPoi i ii-sc Diî'li ci, Sie îoi îuîî de 'cu SiherIes Charnber!:iin. turîdu (P. <.U1,1Jî-àli ïýi"aev à 1-'irî,îs'ré dans cezt î coua r utit i demarnaaîda ni qu'il bri: timumélî Curciieur d...

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 March 1849

Avis. Mr. A. 0. (7UArPAOTIEir depuis auil ani COMme01ts danu s u'.e mnns*,#, y devieit nIssecté de ce jwJr, lis raiso>n deroiniameuce rvaieru la fins. qlse pséiéde-min.at. P. J. PA VY & Cu. Nouvelle Orleans, ler Juillet, 184$. kle abmsriber would respectfaly in UF rm the p&i that his stables .re now and ana tisss aps.. le wvii keeponesst dly eas.l supply the best of proveuder thernstry aSJds, so that persons learing their hreas wah hi asy depead oo having them welt pnridifbar,eoa maeasable terms. Hi will keep constantly on hand horses and ules for sale Be has at this time 60 head of tvp Kesta.ky males sad 30 head of horses, am.Bsi of Buggy, Farm and Saddle horses. JAS. EMISON. -_'PFkli. La, Oct. 5, 1848. PIta atl* Dells. e The plasters o St. Mary, are repepcc:fullyv l(formed that the suoscriber has been apl)oint. ed Ageat of G d W Cotlin, the Bell and Bras!. Feoaders at the Buckeye iell Foundry in Can cianati, Ohio, and that he is prepared to r. eeive orders for BELLS of ...

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. — 8 March 1849

Loo .1..Aur * be m Tout". lu. qui op* est âa#çlmm fion £uma suce"",» de 4M 8.ký W US sont invi8cs à le* 0 6 a I m oà J. A. TESSBI -d.j1a4sà du. Wal pemgqUI.I W. w IL. rwI .1i THE PLANTERS' BANNER. VL, ~I . FRANKLIN, ST. MARY'S PARISH, LOUISIANA, MARCH 8, 1949. No. 1". UBLL)HEDv EVERY THURSDAY BY DANIEL DIENETT. TERMS: Tiree Dellar per annum, payable in advance ; Fiae DoUrs, at the expiration of the year. From the St. Louis Reveille. a i Fa wdl To . y Iyther. Lmer Dedioeted to Joseph Wright, my'F'iend and School Fellow. I'm sitting by the hearth, mother, Where oft I sat in youth ; t 'When from thy lips I learned, mother, I All virtue and all truth. c I fancy tht Iee yon now, I As when, in childish glee, . With joyous heart and open brow, 3 I played upon yor knee. I "Voices well khow and sweet, mother, Voices now doubly dear - Oft fondly my ear greet. mother, But thine no more I hear. My eye on other eyes doth ret, I And other smiles I see ot lever will my heart feel bless'd, By look ...

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. — 8 March 1849

- h Whi Sf St. Itry. e W. yish to, aer a tev suggestîoms to thb W*s of of ithis paruish. Will they favor us wha geariag ? la leus thau twa4antheb the Whigteoventior will be held an tbis parish for the nomination ol SWbigcasuddatesa.Jrte various parish ofices. . l'he season for our state Whig convention is min last approaching. A governor is Io be electec of i this *ae nexl fal, and bthe que&ton is to b p out to our citizens whether we shall bave m st Whig or a Demorw-"eo Overnor. To decidt à. isa great question a stnruggle id to take place ià Il e»ery parish in this state such as we bave sel. Sdom or iever seen. The Whigs are sure t . triumph il they stand maqfully at their posti . w here duîycall them. a The Whigs. inii past years, throughout nearli it thbe whole cuuntry, bave Leen cuminitting party Ssuicide. WVbhere tbey bare been in the ina. i. joity the Democrats have cunningly iiduced them "to lay aside partLy considerations," at the saine uone- that they bave duped the Whi...

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. — 8 March 1849

EAT D L mieN t'PM.oha ds a l-4Lf0 E - - m9m Vente de Succession. Vente de Succession dans la Cour du 14ème District, No. Succession de feu Hubert Pellerin, Paroisse Ste. Marie. En veytu du pouvoir d'Encanteur en moi re-. vêtu (et à la demande de J. G. Oliver, admnis trateur) dans et pour la paroisse Ste. Marie,! j'offrirai ep.vente publique au dernier enchéris.i seur, i la residence de Julie Legnon dans cette paroisse, Lundi, le 9nmejour d'Avril prochain, 18349, .à midi, la propriété suivante appartenant à la susdite successiop. savoir: Une négresse nommée Leah, Agée d'environ 24 ans, et son ails Stephen, 4.gée d'eaviron 7 ans 2 cheveaux Creoles, dompidés; 20 ltèes de Bêtes à coroes couranit au large; S Juments Creoles; un lot de Cochons; une maison en pieux, neuve; un troit de pre-emption à 1 section de 'T'erre située, en le suppose, en T. 14, R. 8, E.; et une quantité de propriété personelle que ce serait ennuyeux d'enumerer Termes ci Conditions: Les esclaves Leab et Stephen devro...

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. — 8 March 1849

S Avis. Mr. A. B. C'HAXPA.NTIER, depuis DPhf ans commis dans noise enaison, y devient assicté de ce jour. In raimnn decommercp ri-tpra In sn.êimt qua.e pléiédeminent. P. J. PAVY & CLo. Nouvelle Orleans, 1er Joit.let, 184. r klm 'i aitersal. The s riber would respectfully in S at pca that his stables are now d pe.` BHe will teep constan Tt -pply of the best of provender tyaff.l ds, so teat persons leaving their roes wi him may depend on having themn well proidMe? r",ost reasonable terms. ld will keep constanldy on hand horses and' mules for saleg He has at this time 0o head o KIeetky mules And s0 head of horses, I of Buggy, Farm and Saddle horses. JAS. EMISON. Frauklin. a, Oct. 5, 1848. Plantation Bells. The planters ol Slt Mary, are respec:fuliy nrforrmen that the suoscrioer has been appi,,iii. ed .aest of G & W Coffin, thw Bell asd Bratss ouo·4.riat oe sackeyhe Bell iFounr,. i C:Ir. ci nau, Ohio, and bthat he a pri, ie to rn. ceive orders for BELLS of every i, 'erlpit,,n an...

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