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

VOLUIME XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... NOVEMBER 1, 1351. NUMBER 49. [From the New Orleans Crescent.] ?3 AUDIT¶OR OF STATE, Those who present their names be fore the people as candidates for office, place their character and qualifications in issue. It is the right of every indi vidual, however humble, who is entitled to the privileges and immunities of a citizen, to discuss their claims to the public favbr and confidence. It is true that some persons, in their zeal for ty, trespass on private character and it. domestic relations of life; but a tir and manly criticism upon the quali f.hations of candidates, has a useful ai salutary influence. It enlightens lth publie mind in regard to the char aoter of aspirants for office, and pre vents them from being imposed on by faithless and incompetent men. The Democratic Convention which assembled in Baton Rouge. on the 14th of July lest, nominated Mt. Thomas C. Porter as their candidate for State Au ditor, 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 November 1851

PLANTERS' BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Bi TilOMA. F.,JOHISON, EDITOR A·b PRW,.ERTOS. T E xx .ts:-This paper wti be furni.hed to sub scribers at $3 per annm, ie ~ocdance; $4 it paid at *e expiration of six months, or S:$ at the e in of the year. Alertisemenets inserted at the n.oal price, viz: Per square of twelve liwes, first time, $1 : and at half that rate forevery subsequent in sertion. For anoauncing candidates for office, $10, to be paid in adu,re. Transieat Advertinsesnta, not particularly spe cified as to daration. will be inserted for three -mrvetr, and ekarged accordingly. Yearly Adventieunr will be charged $10 for the .P6ire re (e tweinfres), and $5 for every additional square. All notices, etc., of the various Orders will be inserted at half the usual rates, when by the yeam. - Cauadtf~dees for Oflee. For President: MILLARD FILLYIORE, If thr ehticm of Ihe Nnttolwt C(uopwn2o*. For Congress: FOURTR DISTRICT, IsN. JOHN YWOKE. For Auditor of Public Accounts, LOUIS BORDEL...

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 November 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUISTIA E. iw..e dis Prear" ,r i/ Pr,'rie t 1 :i, .r tei a. Siucc it îie 'im, el G. Liiun, di dr., N vertu du n ordre de venti lanre par lai'ur 1 N d, Diitrict ains- et peir la P:,'I-s- Ste. SMarie, daté le ler jour d'( etoblre. 1 1. et :i nm adress, j :rirl en vente pblique ,i:M sur les i'i'x, le .1 i) I . ',",m r dle Nr oe, ibre prochain la propriété suivant,, app, tenaite a la susdit snuccu'ý .to, Savo:r: Siin lot det trre, t les iiamilioratilons y cirmpris, situé dans ii viilc de Frankliin, bniie au;i nir par le ch t-in tii Neswt,,, ai sud par le lot a1pprti liante i1 Pni '. A lilen, à l'est par la rue Seconde, et A l'ouest par la rue TroiSiète ; mesurant en face 175 pieds suir la rue Sec,,ndt', par '26> pieds sur la ruite Tr.isit, avec î prîtIn-ur de 3111 pieds entre les rues Secondl t Tr isiuiie. Aussi, les esclaves suivans. .s>voir: F:'AC:IS, lngre, :igé de 3-î ans; Az.\, \iusrc.ss. "iée de 32 ans, et se- troisc enf tii: \V.\S tlrT>N, ig: dle 9 ans, JIrM,...

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 November 1851

Surressiot de Cur n elia Ka vaina, décédie. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.-Cour de District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que SARAH E. HEDGES, de cette paroisne, a eir'g·istr dans cette cour une pétition demandant qu'elle suit nommune administratrice de la susdite succession: Avis est par le prisent donné à tous ceux qui cela peut concerner d'avoir à dédnire dans les dix jours qui suivront la date du préseut avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas fait droit à sa déiande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, le 2.5 Oct., 1851. Avis d"Eiectes i EN vertu d'une proclamation lancée par son Excellence Joseph Walker, Gouverneur de l'Etat de la Louisiane, sous la date du 4ème jour d'Août, 18i51, et à moi adressée, les votans quali fiés de cette paroisse sont informés par les pré sentes qu'une élection pour les officiers suivant aura lieu LUNDI, 3me jour de Novembre, 1851: Un Représentant pour le 4ème district de l'Etat de la Louisiane, qui devra servir deux ...

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 November 1851

VOLUW.aE XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKuIPA,) LOUIIANA..... NOVEMBER S, 1551. INUMBER -3. DR'"BURGH ABBEY. 'Twa morn-but not the ray which falls the summer's boughs among, When beaty walks in gladness forth, with all her light sand ong; 'Twas mor--uatmist and cloud hung deep upon the lonely vale, And shadows, like the wing of death, were out ups. the gale. For he whose spirit woke the dust of nations .abt life, That o'er the waste and barren earth spread lowers and fruitage rife- Whoegenins. like the sun, illumined the mighty realms of mind .IHad ILp r from the fame. love, fricndJhip To wewsasws.th in Glory wrought, his spirit swept afar Beyond the soaring wing of thought, the light of moon or star To drink immortal waters, free from every taint of earth. To breathe before the shrine of life, the sourcre whence worlds had birth ! ihese was wailing on the early breeze, and dark. ness in the sky, Whbn,with 'able plume, and cloak, and pall, a fnasral train swept by! Wrhoub.h...

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 November 1851

PLANTERS' BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, 31 T EOMAS F,. JOHNSON, srDTroK A£ PrsealZror. T a n :-Thi paper will be furnished to sub scribers at $3 per anums is adasece; $4 if paid arthe expiratiso of six months, or $5 at the epal.tion of the year. A Ivertismeuts inserted at the au-al price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in sertion. For announcing candidates for lice, $10, o e paid in advance. Transient Advertisements, net particularly spe cified as to duration, will be isserted for three m iths, nd hrged a.eerdiagly. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the fiRt square (twelve lines), and $3 for every additional square. All notices. etc., of the various Orders will be inserted at half the usual rates, wokh by thee 31W. For President: MILLARD FILLyIORE, If the ehoice of the Vaetismal Conventuon. FRANKLIN, SATIURDAY, NOV. 8. Amoter Incendiary Attempt. On Wednesday night last, about half. past 10 o'clock, the cry of ...

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 November 1851

Snucces.non de Peter IIdkiah l oerz , deri ETAT DE LA LOIt'SIANF.- our (e, ADistrict, Parnisse Ste. Mari-.-Att-ndu ':v THOMAS MASKELL. de cotte parise. a, enrégistré dans cette cour une petitiun dentundnt qu'il soit nonumn administrateur dle la busditu succeqsicon : Avis est par le prrsent dvnnr à ton. ce' 'o cel; peut concerner d'avuir x duinre datne i 'i,\ jours qui suivront la date du present avia, les a sons (si ancunes ils ont) pour lesqueles il ne e rait pas fait droit a sa detnande. J. V. FO [IMY. Grettir. Bureau du Greflier, le S Nv., IS51. Serresswion Vacaine de Juseph Powuel, dl, . E TAT DE LA LOUlSIANA.-Cour lde District, Paroisse Sqe. Marie.-Atrri. ue ! JOHN F. BERRY, de cette paroisse, al t.^:- 1 ; tré dans cette cour uiin» pjtition deman;,:: qu '1 uit nomméle curateur de la susdite succvsion j Avis est pa;r le présent donnB à tous a ux qoiit cela peut coucerner d avoir a deduire dans 1 dix Sjoursqui suivront la date du présent avis. !es r" sons (si aurue-s ils ont' pou...

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 November 1851

DJY (GOILS, &c. ty Goods sand Oothing. il Jat seipved by the sabseriber ve superior selectioe of Winter Clothing, e eallent quality sad the latest style; slq,a large gu>aity of heavy goods of unsur passed textnre and material, to which we would eareotly invite peblic attention, as they and all other articles in oar line of business will be dis posed of at awery ssmill profit and at the lowest possible mutes. f7 We have also purchased a most desirable lot of fine and fancy Dry Goods, especially adapted for adies' fall and winter garments, which cannot failto merit their attention. They are confidently eapected by the first arrival from New Orleans, and on receipt will be immediately opened for the inspection of the ladies. BLOCH & GODCHAUX. Franklin. Sept. 27, 1851. DRY GOODS, IIARDWARE AND CLOTflING. Having just laid in a large sad valuable stock of goods in the above lines, the subscribers would respectfally solicit the attention of the public to the same, in which every...

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 November 1851

ITn t e R TI T .... _7R___4_ VAT:UIýI VI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... NOVEMiBER 1, I18I. NUMBER 44. PRA YER. t hbl inae.e of the soul, odor of the lower; rises as the waters roll, To God's osmnrolling power: W the esol there would not be Tlis iannite desire T? .ahpa shoeghts in prayer to Thee Had'st Thet not lit the fire. ?pds i tb~sp it tpmaking truth To Tb. whme Jove divine sier down like dew to soothe, VOras t nbeam shine; Per is the humblest sou that lives, As in the lowliest flower, AYr when alt ie hushed . nd still, Stwosot ed ho sleeps, A sill Ml vouic doth o'er me thrill, ad toeach beart-throb leaps,; hia the spirit pulse which beats Porever deep and true ! The aton with it author meets, As snlight greets the dw! [From Godey's Lady's Book.] T$E OID-FELLOWS' SECRET Some wise man has suggested that if certain legal proclamations should conmdence with, "Know one woman." litVad of; "Know all men by these prktents," &c., the object of aidt p~o Sc...

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 November 1851

PLANTERS' BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, IB TIOMAS F.,JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROLISETOt. T a x s :-This paper will be furnished to sub scribers at $3 per annum, in advaier; $4 if paid at the expiration of six months, or $5 at the eqa on of the year. A lvertisements inserted at the ,uual price, vis: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in sertison. Per macnuing canudidates for office, $10, to 6e paid in advanae. Transient Advertisements, not particularly spe cified as to duration, will be inserted for three " meaths, 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, Br.en by the NOW.. For President: MILLARD FILLMIORE, If the cwias of the 'ational Convention. FPANKlIUN, SATURDAY, NOV. 15. THE EPISCOPAL CHUacH.-It has been for a long time the desire of a number of the f...

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 November 1851

SScess.io de Peter Iiliah Robert, dicédi. E.TAT DE LA LOUISIANE.-Cour de District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que STHOMAS MASKELL, de cette paroisse, a enregistré dans cette cour une pétition demandant qu'il soit nommé administrateur de la susdite succession : Avis est par le présent donné à tous ceux qui cela peut concerner d'avoir à deduire daus les dix jours qui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas fait droit à sa daiiande. J. V. FOUITMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, le 8 Nov., 1851. Stcres.ioi Vacante de Joseph Poiwell, drledé. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANA.--Cour de District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que JOHN F. BERRY, de cette paroisse, a enrégis tré dans cette cour une pPtition demandant qu'il suit noilmmé curateur de la susdite succession: Avis est par le présent donné à tous ceux qui cela peut concerner d'avoir à d#duire dans le dix jours qui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) 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. — 15 November 1851

DRY GOODS; &c. Gry 1oods and Clothing. J ust eeivsd by the sabscriber a very pseisr seletio. of Winter Clothing, aesellesl quality and the latest style ; ae , .a kegs qnastity of heavy toods of uns-r. pwssu ttaxre and material,'to which we would earnestly iavite publie attention, as they and all other articlm in our line of business will be dis posed of at a smy siaI& profit and at the lowest possible rates. RW- We have also purchased a most desirable lotof fineand fancy Dry Goods, especially adapted for lades' tall and winter garments, which cannot ail to merit their attention. They are confidently expected by the first arrival from New (Orleans. and on receipt will be immediately opened for thl inspection of the ladies. BLOCH & GODCHIAUX Franklin, Sept. 27, 1851. I GUiOOJDS, HARDWAiLB AND CLOTHING. Having just laid in a large l valuable stock of goods in the above lines, the subscribers w .uld -espectflly solicit the attention of the prbl:e to the samre, in which every...

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 November 1851

Y-RLWE IVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATAKPAS,) LOUISIANA... NOVEMBER , 1 51. NUMBER 45. O@tLIE ]VI. FRANKLIN, PAIRISf OF ST. MIARY, (A'FTAKtPAS,) LOUISIANA..... NOVEMBER 22, Is$5. NUMBER 4t5. A... iapp the Ladies Keepsake.] tdftrQUGJI IL BETIDE US. dO! tt though ill betide us, f thboe we love are nigh, To soothe the brow of sorrow, tcalm the heaving sigh? smile will banish ',lpods of care and pain; word will bring us spashine back again. d.U rbCst storm that sadness S e.et ape. the heart, lmae s msig shadow, -Wbi, lowI , bw n bid depart: Il.tsokit e.aa 'thral as, ai tbon w lotle are near, To msothe the drooping spirit, Aa&dry the fallig tear. " besat and brightest treasure, Our balm for every pain, Is in the hearts that love us A linked and golden chain. Awd with that chain to guard us A eharfted and sh:ning mail Oh! what though ill betide us, It eannot long prevail. -- i ~ .... a~-- +m l rm i [Fro.s Godey's Lady's Book.] IT= ODD-FELLOWS' SECRET. [Coeluded.] 1 wasi determi...

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 November 1851

PLANTERS' BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY THOMAS F. JOBNSON, EDITOR AND PiOPRIETOr. T z x s :-This paper will be frnished to sub scribers at $0 pr sant is sdvance; $4 it paid at te aefpirati· sin months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. A lverusemnents iuserted at the u.ual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, tirst time, $1 an'! at half that rate for every subsequent in erniton. For announcing candidates for office, S10, to e, paid to edr s.r Transient Advertisements., not particularly spe. iioed as to duration, will be inserted for three mo ath., and charged accordingly. Yearly. Advertisers will he charged $10 for the Drs, square (twelve lines), and 53 for every .lhditional square. All notices. etc., of the various Orders will he inserted at half the usual rates, wka A the M.1rriage and Obituary Notices will he charged half the msnal advertising rates; but for the simple aweunnceement of a death no charge will be mande. For President: MILLARD FILLY.ORE, If ther ekoic o...

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 November 1851

E TAT DE1 JA 1,0LO [StrAN.IE.-C rd Dis1) trict, Par.isue St-Mr~. uque TfH( M .-ý '1KLI,ý rc ctt, paro;csý, a' enr4-istr(ý dans cettL court pétuitio duinnca ut ,il s't &,ukI..rt la --t par le liriseîî doim"t~~ t a- cisix utp ruptuittptut rnerd'av,,:r.ud iis ieS dix jlurs qiiiitvroat la uati du pr-,it av.-' et Xil son, (si aut;iiutts ils oiuun~tîî .tuuqîlî lie se rait î-'s fait druij à sa déuuniîi!. Bureau dit GretUier, le S Nv., lH31. Sucees.iîO Vacainte de Jeseph Prell, decidi. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANA.-Cour de j District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attindi' que JOHN F. BERRY, de ette pairoissS, aenrev - tre dans cette cour une petition deiandlant iqu 'il suit noinmi curateur de la susdite succxssion SAvis est par le present duine à tons c-iux qui cela peut coniceriner d'avoir a déduire dans le dix joursqui suivront la daite du presenit ivis, les rai suns (s; aucunes ils ont) piur lîsqiiiiles il ne se rait pas tait droit à sa idemia(d. J. V. FOURMV, irelier. Bureau du Greffier, le S Nov. ...

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 November 1851

DRY GOODS, &,. Dry Goods and Olothing. SJust received by the subscriber a very Irperior !electioa ef Wintee Clothing, of eacellet quahlty and the latest style; ; iSrg!g quantity of heavy roods of unsur uMtaitre and material, to which we would aekutly isnise pblic attention, as they and all esher airtiels in our iha of business will be dis posed of at a ewry smail profit and at the lowest pesible rates. We have also purchased a most desirable ot of te aadfaaen Dry Goods, especially adapted for adies' nll sol winter garments, which cannot fail o merit their attention. They are confidently eapeeted by the frst arrival from New Orleans. and on receipt will be immediately opened for th.- inspectina of the ladies. BLOCH i& GODCHAUTX. Pranklin. Sept. 27, 1851. Dli 60goS, IA WAIDIUE 4.ND ILUOTH G. Havi.g just laid in a large i.A. d valuable stoic of goods% . \'. the ab:he rItes, the sbscrbers wuuid espectfully solicit the au.ention of the psb!te to the samllre in which every thing o...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 29 November 1851

VOLUME XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. iARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... NOVEMBER 29, 1851. NUMBER 46. YESTERNIGHT. Yesternight-how long it seems Met I in the land of dreams, One that loved me long ago Better it had not been so. No, we met not as of old I was planting in the mould Of his grae some flowers to be, Whm es ame and talked with me. White his forehead was, and fair With such crowns as angels wear, And his voles-bat I alone Ever heard so sweet a tone ! All I prized but yesterday, In the distance lessening lay, i esome gobli cloud afar, Fali and faded from a star. Hashed the chamber is, he said,. Hashed 1 dark whets we must wed, But our bridal home is bright Wilt thou go with me to-night? Answering then, I sadly said, I am living, thou art dead; Darkness rests betwixts us twain, Who shall make the pathway plain? Ah ! thou lovest me not, he cried, Else to thee I had not died; Else all other hope would be As a rain-drop to the sea. Further, dimmer, earth withdrew, Lower, softer b...

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. — 29 November 1851

PLANTERS' BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, IT THOMAS F. JOENSON, EDITOR AND POPRIEgTOR. T a a Y:-This paper will be furnished to sub. scriberPt $3 per anum, is ad..sce; $4 if paid'at the expiration of six months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements inserted at the u.ual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in sertion. Fer announcing candidates for offiee, $10, to be pid in advena. 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 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, Wohe by the year. Marriage and Obituary Notices will be charged half the usual advertising rates; but for the simple announcement of a death no charge will be made. For President : WILLARD FILLMUORE, If th e~o...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 29 November 1851

uSuesion Vacante de Jean Delmond. dieédé. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.-Cour de District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que JEAN BOURDIER CADET, de cette pa roisse, curateur de la dite succession,aenrégistre dans cette cour son tableau de distribution des biens de la susdite succession, avec une pétition demandant que le dit tableau soit approuvé et homologué, et qu'il soit déchargé de la curatell-: Avis est par le présent donné à tous ceux qui cela peut concerner d'avoir à déduire dans le dix jours qui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas fait droit à sa demande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, le 29 Nov., 1851. Faillte lde James Hodges. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.-Cour de District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que THOMAS MASKELL, de cette paroisse, syn dic de la dite faillite, a enrégistré dans cette coar le tableau final de son syndicat, avec une pétition demandant que le dit tableau soit approuvé et homologué, et qu'i...

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. — 29 November 1851

DRY GOODS, &.- DM Go.ods and Clothing. 2 ast received by the subscriber a very sup.ior. selection of Winter Clothing, of excellent quality and the latest style; als, a thrg"quoantity of heavy goods of unsur passed texture and material, to which we would earestly invite public attention, as they and all other articles in our line of business will be dis posed of at a eery small profit and at the lowest possitle rates. Q[7 We have also purchased a most desirable lot of fineand fancy Dry Goods, especiallyadapted for ladies' fall and winter garments, which cannot fail to merit their attention. They are confidently expected by the first arrival from New Orleans, and on receipt will be iimmediately opened for the inspection of the ladies. BLOCH & GODCHAUX. Franklin. Sept. 27, 1851. BT GOODN, HARDWARE AND CLOTHING. ) Having just laid in a large and valuable stock of goods in the above lines, the subscribers would respectfully solicit the attention of the public to the same, in whic...

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