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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 5 April 1851

ir'.(uon P aton CoUn r. DEISTRICT vs. No. 2877, 1. Castion et als. Paroisse Ste. Marie. N vertud'un ordre de feri jscis lance par la Cour dte District daus et pour la paroisse Ste. 1Marie, et . moi adressC, iI sera offTert en vente publique, an comptant, a la maison-de-cour dans la vill, de Franklin,. le SAMEDI, Juele jour d'Avril prochain, A 11 heures du matin, la proprietd suivante, savir : Un morecau de terre situde dans cette paroisse, au lieu appel! Isle Piquant, mtsurant environ 7 acres de lace stur environ 14 de prufondur : bor nee au sud, a l'est et a l'ouest par des terres ap partenant a William Jacobs, et an nurd par des terres vacantes ou appartenant a des personnes inconnues; le dit morceau de terre misur lit 98 acres de superlicie, plus ou moins. Avec la dite terre seront vendlus tos les amCliorations qui s'y trouvent. Saisi cotmme :tant la proprietd de Villire Du rochA et Barthdlemy Durochl, defendeurs dans la cause ci-dessus intltulte. ETHAN ALLEN, Sherif. Paroisse St...

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. — 5 April 1851

~ls' BANNER. ABHED EVERY SATURDAY, THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND4NLOPUIETOK. Tsa x s:-Thispaper willbe furnished to sub seribers at i per amn, is adear ; $4 if paid at the sepiration of six months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements ineerted at the u.ual price, viz Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in sertion. Obituary Notices will be charged half the usual advertising rates; but the simple announce maseat of a death will not be charged. Transient Advertisements, not particularly spe cified as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the irst square (twelve lines), and $5 for every additional square. All atiesa, etc., of the various Orders will be inserted at half the usual rates, soer by the yerr. For announcing candidates for office, $10, to be paid in advance. "Gicto the Labor of America the Market of America.".....CHOATE. FRANKLIN, SATU...

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. — 5 April 1851

Sueestion Vacant de Adam CaGron, décté. EN vertu d'un ordre émanant de la Cour du cinquième district judiciaire dans et pour la paroisse Assomption, et à moi adressé, j ofrirai en vente publique, SAMEDI, le 10ème jour de Mai prochain, 1851, à Pattersouville, dans cette paroisse, a 10 heures du matin, les propriétés sui vantes, appartenant à la dite succession, savoir: LEWIs, nègre, âgé de 37 ans; FaEDErcK, âgé de 40 ans; Tox, âgé de 40 ans; SEYÏBON, âgé de 19 ans; PRisc, Agé de45ans; ELIZABETH, négresse, fgée de 50 ans; MAaY, âgée de 30 sas, et son enfant, CHARITY, âgé de 9 ans: ini que des Chevaux Créoles et Américains, et d'an tres propriétés mobilières. Temres-Un tiers comptant, et la balance en deux paiemens egaux, échéant dans le mois de Janvier, 1852 et 1853; les acquéreurs fournissant leurs billets, avec bonne caution persoelle, avec hypothèquee et privilège de vendeur sur les dits eselaves jusqu'à parfait paiement, et toute somme qui ne sera pas payée ponctuellement devra po...

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. — 5 April 1851

A NOTICES. As. Banning & liles APECTFULLY announce that Mr. J. A. /'SHERMAN, No. 70 St. Charles street, ,cew Orleans, has an assortment of Banning's BODY BRACES. Persons wishing the instru ment will find Dr. Sherman well qualified, from his great experience in the business, to apply and fit them. A female is in attendance to wait on ladies. Persons sending for a Brace must send the measure round the hips. m23 Cancers and Ulcerous Affections OF EVERYI" GRADE TREATED BY DR. GILBERT. D R. GILBERT. formerly of Gilbert's In tirmary, Mlemphis, Tenn., has selected New Orleans as his future and permanent residence, and otfers his professional services to such as de sire his aid. He treats the following chronic diseases with great stccess, without the uise of the knife: Cancers, Carbuncles, Fistula in Ano, Weus, Tumors, Dropsy, Scrofula, White Swell ings, Ulcers, or Sores of long standing, (thou sands of limbs are amputated that could be cured,) Mercurial Rheumatism, and Venerial Disease...

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. — 12 April 1851

P A. LANAUZE, Rue detla Lve, No. 59, .* entre les Rnes St. Louis et Conti, à la Nou velle Orléans.-Un Assortiment de Q UIN - CAILLERIE, telle que Française, An glaise, Américaine et Allemande; Clous Cou pe, Forgés Haches, Pioches, Pelles, Sciesi, et Fourniture de Batisse. m 2-ly VOLUME XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... APRIL-, 1 .51. NUMBER 13. WATER FROM THE WELL. Early on a summer morning, While the lark was singing sweet, From beyond the ancient farm-house Came the sounds of tripping feet. 'Twas a lowly cottage maiden, Going-why, let young hearts tell, With her homely pitcher laden, Fetching water from the well. Athwart the pathway shadows lay, All along the quiet lane, And the breezes of the morning Moved them to and fro again. O'er the sunshine, o'er the shadow, Passed the maiden of the farm, With a charmed heart within her, Thinking of no ill or harm. Pleasant surely were her musings, For the nodding leaves in vain Sought to press their bright'ning...

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. — 12 April 1851

iLANTERS' BAN¶ER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T ;a : s - This paper will be furnished to sub scrbcers at $3 per annum, in adraoee; $4 ui paid at the expiratiqa of six months, or $5 t: the expiration of the year. Adverttaements inserted at the n-cal price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in sertirn. Obituary Notices will be charged half the usual advertising rates; but the simple announce ment of a death will not be charged. Transient Advertisements, not particularly spe rified as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. Yearly Advertisers will be charged S10 for the first square (twelve lines), and $i for every additional square. All notices, etc., of the various Orders will be inserted at half the usual rates, when by the bedr. For announcing candidates for office, $10, to be paid in advance. "Giveto the Labor of America t/le M3arket of A nerira.".....

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. — 12 April 1851

Svrcession de D)-nte 3farin Angdu-cite A<ln m« te ru, dtc:die. E N vertu d'un ordre tinanê de l'honorable la Cour de Distrietdu quatorzième district jidi claire de l'Etat de la Louisiane, et a moiadresié, je, soussigné, encanteur public, dûment qualitié dans et pour e paroisse, offrirai en vente pub lique, à l'e MERCREDI, le 7ème jour de Mai, 1851. *-heures du matin, les propriétés ci-après décrils, dépendant de la communaute qui a existé entre la dite défunte et Mr. Noél Va paille, son epoux survivant, savoir: J L uE, négresse, âgée de 24 ans, et ses deux enfans--Sarah, 3 ans, et IleGriette 1 an; CARO LIUNE, négresse, âgde de 48 ans; aussi, un Cabri olet, une j"ment Américain, et un lot de meubles de maison, tels que bois de lit, chaises, tables, pendules, -t autres effets mobiliers dont i'enumÉ ration serait trop longue. Condiiluus.-Tuutes sommes de $10 et au dessous, comiptant; toutes sommes au-dessus de ce montant pa ab!es à un an du jour de la vente. ILes acque rears, 'danis...

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. — 12 April 1851

MAGASIN DE JEANERETTS. 1 ES soussignés viennent de recevoir à leur 1A magasin dans l'endroit susdit, par la goélette Friends, de New York, Boston et Philadelphia, un assortiment complet de nierchandises pour habitans et autres, comprenant huile pour sucre rie et salons, huile de bird; souliers fins et rouges, pour nègres; couvertures-de-laine pour lits et pour nègres; kerseys et linseys; couteaux-à cannes; lampes pour sucreries, ecumoirs et cuil liers-à-sucre. Aussi, un assortiment gbnéral de quincail lerie, de sellerie, de comestibles, de faiencerie et de verrerie, ainsi qu'un grand assortiment de Mar chandises sèches, parmi lesquelles ils offrent aux daines d'alentour-à-josé, étoffes pour robes et de fantaisie, qu'ils offrent à bas prix et au terme or dinaire de credit. Ils saisissent cette occasion d inviter leurs amis et le public en géaéral à ve nir visiter leur assortiment. s26 HARE & BIRDSALL. MEDICAL NOTICES. Drs. Banning k Miles fESPECTFULLY announce that Mr. J. A. SHER...

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. — 19 April 1851

P A. LANAUZE, BIdr a L v,', No. 9, * entre les Rnes St. Louis et Conti, la Nou velle Orl-ans.-Un Assortiment de QU IN. CA LLERt , telle que Fran<aise, An. gla:se, Americaine et Allmamne: Clonu Cou p e. Forgis Haches, Pioches, Pelles, ScIes, et Fourniture de Batisse um2-ly VOLUME XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... APRIL 19, 18S1. NUMBER 14. From Holden' Magazine. ENJOY THE PRESENT. Live for the present, let not thoughts Of future trouble grieve thee. Be truly wise to.day, nor let The dreams of Hope deceive thee: Ne'er borrow gr'ef, for there's enough Of sorrow in the present. Lonk not upon life's .hady side, But oft upon the pleasant. The haop:est is the wisest man, Despite what some may say, Mle'* truly w se who can enjoy The suashine of to-day: 'Tis vain, aye weak, for us to grieve O'er thonugts of coming trouble: Bach fears wi at our present joys, And mn a yw double. TI'he relish whne'er they come, Improve the pites ag m'nute, An l yu have then a mlg...

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. — 19 April 1851

PLANTERS' BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIErTO. T Ea ri s:-This paper will be furnished to sub scribers at $3per annum, in advasce; $4 if paid at the expiration of six months, or S5 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements inserted at the i-Tal price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in Obituary Notices will be charged half the usual adversting rates; but the simple announce a meat of a death will not be charged. Transiedrkdvertisements, not particularly spe .cified as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the first square (twelve lines), and $5 for every additional square. AlI notices, etc., of the various Orders will be inserted at half the usual rates, trten by the For announcing candidates for office, $10, to he paid in advance. "Give to the LaSor of Amerim the Market of A ueriwa."..... Cno.CTr. FRA...

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. — 19 April 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE-Paroisse Ste. M arie.-Avis est par le present donné à tous ceux que cela peut concerner que, conformément à un ordre iasu de l'honorable le Juge de la Cour de District du 14ème district judiciaire de l'Etat de la Louisiane, sur la date du 8mne Février, 1851. une assemblée des créanciers de la succession de WILLIAM Q. GORDY, décidé, sera tenue pardevant moi, à mon bureau, à Franklin, dans cette paroisse, MERCREDI, le 30ème jour du ..bis d'Avril prochain, à 10 heures du matin. J. . . LUM&R-TRAIT, Récorder. Bureau du Récorder, le 25 Mars, ..I.L ---------- - 1 Successon de Dame iari.am Aigm dilk Mon marteau, dicide. EN vertu d'un ordre émané de l'honorable il Cour de District d quatorzième district judi ciaire de l'Etat de la Louisiane, et à moi adressé, je, soussign., encanteur publie, dûment qualifi dans et pour cette paroisse, offrirai en vente pub lique, l'encan, MERCREDI, le 7ème jour do Mai, 1851, à 10 heures du matia, les propriâtés ci-après décrites, dép...

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. — 19 April 1851

MAGASIN DEJEANERE'IT S. T LES soussgnrs viennent de recevoir a leur magasin dans l'end. oit rusd4t, par la goëlette F'riends, de New York, Boston et 'Phladelph.a, un assortiment complet de imerchandises pour habitans et autres. comprenant huile pour sucre rie et salons, huile de lrd;l souliers tins et rouges, pour negres, couvertures-de-laine pour lits et pour nègres; kerses et linseys; couteaux'- cannes ; lampes pour sucreries; ecuinoirs etcuil liers- -surre. Aussi, un assortiment gbneral de quincail lerie, de sellerie, de comestibles, de faiencerie et de verrerie, ainsi qu un grand assort«iiment de Mar chandises seches, parmi lesquelles ils otfrent aux daines d'alentour- -jos', etotfes pour robes et de fantaisie, qu'ils offrent a bas prix et au ternie or dinaire de credit. Ils saisissent cette occasion d'inviter leurs amis et le public en g'néral a ve nir visiter leur assortiient. s26 HARE & BIRDSALL M ICAL NOTICES' Dra, sta .g S Kl RWSPECTFULLL annasne that MI. J. A. 1SHERMAN...

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. — 26 April 1851

SOLUME XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (4TTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA.....IPRIL 26, 1 51. NUMBER I. THE VOICE OF NA TURE. BY ClHARLES WILTON. "Twas in a lone, sequestered dell, And on a summer's eve : The sun's last glances ling'ring fell, As leath the spot to leave: Por never son more blithely rose To ligicS a scne more fair .Pay never.had . aswet a close, ,or night a charm so rare. AAd I h-relimMad de rocky steep That cuts the vale in twain, And gaze adown the lonely sweep That seeks the vale again. I gazed oam ny a stately dome, Of high, impeijous ame, On many a low and hmnble hone, Uaglorifiedl y m' -ie But all-are wraptin deep repose, And not a sound is there To tell how swift the river flows Between the banks of care. iUnmarked, the stream of life glides on To that Eternal Sea, Where earthly sun hath never shone, Nor aught of earth can be. And this, to me, is as a spell That binds me to the night That bathes each wild, untrodden dell In waves of mystic light. There ar who say thi w...

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. — 26 April 1851

1PLANTErS' BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T E a :--This paper will be furnished to sub scribers at$3 per annum, is advance; $4 if paid It the expiration of six months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. A Ivertisements inserted at the u-cal prise, viz: Per square of twelve lines, tirst time, $1; asdat half that rate for every subsequent in serton. Obituary Notices will be charged half the usual advertising rates; but the simple announce Ia ment of a death will not be charged. Transient Advertisements, not particularly spe cified as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. Yearly Advertisers will be charred $10 for the first square (twelve lines), and $5 for every additional square. All notices, etc., of the various Orders will be inserted at half the usual rates, when by the year. For announcing candidates for office, $10, to le paid in advza,nce. "Giveto the La3or of America ther 3arket of Ameri.is."....

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. — 26 April 1851

LEGAL NOTICES. E LECTION NOTICE.-An election will be 1 held for the purpose of electing eight Police Jurora, to serve in the Police Jury of this parieh for two years from the day of election, at the fol lowing places and before the followmng commis sioners, on MONDAY. the 12th day of May, 1851, commencing at 9 o'clock, A. M., and cluosing at 4 o'clock, P. M.-the said cictlion to be con ducted and returns made according to law: aIst Word-At the house of Antoine Roinero. before Richard Wilkins, George Singletou and Wm. Rose. 2d Wordi-At the hotel of P. Prévost & Co., before Benj. Borel, Albert Heaton and Leîroy Bonvillan. 3ud Word-At the honse lately occupied by M. Davidso.n, before J. A. Frère, Alcide Pécot and Charles Pécot. 5th Ward-At the office of James Taylor, at Indian Bend, bef'ore James Taylor, W. S. Hlard ing and Mason Pilcher. 6th Ward-At the house of H. R. Nerson. before H. R. Nerson, Gustave Perret and A. Mc Williamns. 8th Word-At the house of J. T. Ilawxkins, before ...

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. — 26 April 1851

MAGASIN DE JEANERETTS. LES soussignés viennent de recevoir à leur magasin dans lendroit susdit, par la goslette Friends, de New York, Boston et Philadelphia, un assortiment complet de muercliandises pour habitans et autres, comprenant huile pour sucre rie et salons, huile de lard; souliers fins et rouges, pour nègres; couvertures-de-laine pour lits et pour nègres; kerseys et linseys; couteaux-à cannes; lampes pour sucreries; ecumoirs et cuil liers-à-sucre. Aussi, un assortiment général de quincail lerie, de sellerie, de comestibles, de faiencerie et de verrerie, ainsi qu'un grand assortimnent de Mar chandises sèches, parmi lesquelles ils offrent aux dames d'alentour-à-josé, étoffes pour robes et de fantaisie, qu'ils offrent à bas prix et au terme or dinaire de credit. Ils saisissent cette occasion d'inviter leurs amis et le public en général à ve nir visiter leur assortiment. s26 IHARE & BIRDSALL. Suitccesi.on de Dame Mariant Angilique Mlon marteau, d{ccdte. EN vertu d'un ordre ...

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. — 3 May 1851

A VIS D'ELECTION.-Il y aura une élec Stion de huit personnes pour servir dans le Jurie de Police de cette paroisse, pour la terme de deux ans de la date d'élection, aux lieux sui vans et pardevant les commisaires ci-apra nom mées, LUNDI, le 12ème jour de Mai prochain, commençant à 9 heures du matin, et se terminant S4 heures du soir, savoir: ler Wordi-Chez Antoine Romaro, pardevat Richard Wilkins, George Singleton et William Roie. 2d Ward-A l'hôtel de P. Prévost & Cie., pr devant Benj. Borel, Albert Heaton et Lefroy Bon villan. 3 me Ward-A la maison dernièrement occu pe par M. Davidon, pardevant J. A. Frère, Alcide Pecot et Charles Pecot 5èsme Ward-Au bureau de James Taylor, , l'Anse Sauvage, pardevant James Taylor, W. S. Harding et Mason Pilcher. 6&me Ward-Chez H. R. Nerson, pardevant H. R. Nerso, Gustave Perret etA. McWilliams. Sme Ward-Chez J. T. Hawkins, pardevant J. T. Hawkins, John Barnard et Julius Johnson. 10 e WTard-Au café de Cary& Cie, GCen treville, pardevant...

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. — 3 May 1851

PLANTERS' BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY THOMAS FI JOHRSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T E 31 s :-Tjis paper will be furnished to sub scribers at a per annum, in advance; $4 if paid at the expiration of six months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements inserted at the n-ual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, SI; and at half that rate for every subsequent in sertion. Obituary Netices will be charged half the usual advertising rates; but the simple announce ment of a death will not be charged. Transient Advertisements, not particularly spe citied as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the first square (twelve lines), and $5 for every additional square. All notices, etc., of the various Orders will be inserted at half the usual rates, when, by the year. For announcing candidates for office, $10, to be paid in adLance. Candidates for Office. For Sheriff: [Q3 We are reque-ted ...

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. — 3 May 1851

Succession de Cuarles Cérazi. Thiriot,d, c dé. EN vertu d'un ordre émané de l'honorable la Cour de District du 14ème district judiciaire de l'Etat de la Louisiane, et à moi adressé, et con formément aux délibérations d'une assemblée de famille, tenue pardèvant le Récorder de cette pa roisse, en date du 18ème courant, pour donner son avis touchant les intérêts de Alcide Thériot, en fant mineur et héritier de Marcillen Thériot, dé cédé, et de Charles M. Charpantier, enfant mi neur et héritier de feue dame Céraline Thériot, épouse décédée de Joseph M. Charpantier, je, le soussigné, encanteur public, dûment qualilié dans et pour cette paroisse, otfrirai en vente publique à 1encan, le JEUDI, 29ème jour de Mai pro chain, la vente commençant à 10 heures du matin, au plus offrant et dernier enchérisseur, les propri étés suivantes, dépendant de la succession du dit feu Charles Cérasia Thériot, savoir: Henry Long, nègre, agé de 25 ans; Harren, " " 3 alns; Elick, " " 21 ans; Samson, " " 32 ans...

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. — 3 May 1851

MAGASIN DE JEANERETTS. LES soussignés viennent de recevoir à leur J_ magasin dans l'endroit susdit, par la goélette Friends, de New York, Boston et Philadelphia, on assortiment complet de merchandises pour habitans et autres, comprenant huile pour sucre rie et salons, huile de lard; souliers fins et rouges, pour nègres; couvertures-de-laine pour lits et pour nègres; kerseys et linseys; couteaux-à cannes; lampes pour sucreries; ecumoirs et cuil liers--sucre. Aussi, un assortiment général de quincail lerie, de sellerie, de comestibles, de faiencerie et de verrerie, ainsi qu'un grand assortiment de Mar chandises sèches, parmi lesquelles ils offrent aux dames d'alentour-à-josé, étoffes pour robes et de fantaisie, qu'ils offrent à bas prix et au terme or dinaire de credit. Ils saisissent cette occasion d'inviter leurs amis et le public en général à ve nir visiter leur assortiment. s26 HARE & BIRDSALL. Su«csion de Dame Maram Angélique Mon marteau, décidée. EN vertu d'un ordre émané de...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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