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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 11 July 1868

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. P L A~N TIEf ZRa8 - , - - O!.'i'IC'IAL, JOURN-AL OF THE, P [L. IlS ST. 01"1 \HY, .A '\ \\i\-. 1. . " "\. VOLUME XXXI. :FRANKLIN, LA., SA'TURIAY, .,LY I 11. 1 . NI I s. fice VIattrs' l autner. 'T&.rrn of Subscription. FIVE DOILLARS A YEAR. IN AJV.ANU"E. 4:. ,rv Cyabzriflwr who pay- it 1ý: W11, C. inl Fr- E.'i:n, 1+, 1ti 1:ly iti advance wP11 br 1 :o a d;i'.or:o ., per cent from .b., a!orn..tk,. .'r'rms oht x a:'i:rt it.s \\ 2 I. . Y 7'he* pa'e r~f (·iiur,. nr c- ·r:· : ·.il S. I ··rri :?; or jra9 ron"ti '.1tin a - `:i>T"" rý" .'('' fuur ".vr,1ga 10 75 - ijYI as . ' .5: \' h t n ' ; a l " t F'," r:; i : t:·; i 1 , . i"...: 1,. Z'rNl ,. -.I) : pu'a~ib' daic 2:: ,-... 1 ac I I"--'h ' n t'. . ,, A .n. erit . . .,Ae it . , rrI ht i\ 1 r " 7,. 1 . . .... ~. I CA T :t S IN i·! : : . 1 1. 1.1I ..... ,. ' ~ L··i·.. i : ; V . .A 1 . 1'.S'. ,.ifH> ·t' a' ; T UP.t 11t ,1 { '- . '11,-I - . . .. .. , :11: 'it I i' rti L IL ·" i 1 .:l 1. ;:I 1! .. ,.-oa 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. — 11 July 1868

OF'FICIAL PAZ'ýR OF SWT _ A1IY v ý\ ILL I-UV) E N ...- Euditor. 1 -N I L--------- A. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. F'or Ires.ident, HORATIO SEY ZOTTR, OF NEW YO(:i. Wor Vice PIreCid('nt, FRAlTCIS P- BL.AIR, OF MISrU I:I. Electors for the State at Large. EX-GOVERNOR IL C. WIKIV.LIFFE, of W, -.t I cliciaa. ISA.IAU GARIIET. of Ouachita. ' District Electors. t'ir-t Congres.onal D ritnct..........t . ý'\. MI )ir" . 'urth ....... . i i-:;It .'ftb . ..........N (It' ,L MI.N. GENERAL REJOICING. There is a general rejoicing awmong our t] St. Mary people, and we pre sume it is thet same all over the State and the South, at the I nomination of Seymour and Blair for thel offices of Proeident and Vice President of: the United States.-The thunders of applause which, on the announcemneut of this noini- t .nation went up from the con.vezntin, rollied through the city and State of New York. r and over New England and the West, rcver berates through the cities and towns of the i South. Horatio Seymour ...

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 July 1868

SIIERIFFS SALEN. State of Louisiana. MARIE; V. PIt'VOST, Wife ,f. etc.. v-. CALISTE PEL.LTRIN, her tHusbaunl-T!,irl J:iii.tal Dt:tr,ct C(',rt--Pa'nrh of St. Mary. >". ;itlr". 1)Y VIRITUE of an alias writ o fieri faciam for t':, p r-h. of St. 'tary. ant ?,c, ite ,h 't,-!. i .,tll exto... at t i , de, fr ti-:,, ci thil, pr ,--as is the iC-p-!;,, rt Pr 7 i-, in thic tari-h, on VIi i PDle AY, the, I-t daty of A rncst, iit., ait }the h 1 if , ·~, ,',a tk A. c., i, t th . r naft.r rentione. a.-t a, -71 . i., t ironr . t.a wit "i! t. unilil,,"d hlf;l " f ail the her? si .:tcr nuen:t:ou., t -i t-,ir:,. "-pr, p.crt' toi - . 'i t a. som"it n. -t n rt.t r :,f lie n-,rt , t - r - rter. ::n1 f, t g -,.t at .r f . t-i .; t-t i " -- i t, r the in, r.h ,f :. t.w C t 't tart r, -.- .. r..- , an in.rt-- half f. n- rtheast qTl.r:-r. t,., t: ,: , -tw , ,iti - itih half of , ,t.ea-t quarter. s-etifn thirty fur, c: ton-|ip nclum r fourren, nrth if r.ri'ze nlumtc.r ,ll t a '. ini t' - i th r r : , i -r...

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 July 1868

". dewte .droop ng twer. But war rpl IN.2 of eFn'erneW, And ?:i4fi re know true, are r:-a&V,,in ::r · .re r ime, Aol bighter tbhan :be dLwrr. it i3? ! in-i'h tb' wourld can give, fWiih eii it:.k flitt And F::id arilcr.n r re not tho ttnlgs Toss+":'r the C T,."srt ; flat 0. if ihaoe w12 cinute- road Th, : ,ttr at d : i:- ili· r h, itrep r tle word en I 1' ring srmcile, How biteftd~ is earth. A FACr Fos Fsum!Ers.--It may not be genera1Iy known that the seed of the sun flower is the most infallibie remcdyyet dis covered for the spbc.dy cure ('f founder inbrr4ea. The direc!iiný, wb~ich we glean from a brief article upou the s jiet in ti,: Essex Bai..:.. ::ý s : Imn.edii-t. ?y do t`.at y',v.r . --.j is funl ··r ct t:+;). r't+ : :t t'c' wb(olo steed in Lis F 7Jt., ni i a . :-fxcta cur." S aflowrir 're ~12ily grcr-:n ai.n'-ide of teth d tIt I-w 1'I 'e: whenr they take up but litt!o ro.::.. TIhe seed when fed in seal? 14 =,ruiir to tuIC hero is very 4V .l Fw liik: . ... _'. .. it. i' 11...

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. — 5 September 1868

PLA NTERS' BANNER. ;, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF ST. MARY, ATTAItAPAS. LOUISIANA. VOLUME XXXLI. FRANKLIN, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1688. NUBiR . - - . . . . . " . _ _-. _ !-n I:! ,n! _ m '- m~ n!m m!!. . .. . ! n !,. . -.. .. n~ . -u -m • nn B n.,+. m mn te gladrs' gantr. Tewme of abscripti~on. FIT3 DOLLARS A YEAR. IN ADVANCE. oermeiberIborrs pays at this office, in Fraklin, pancsaldly aei s wM be mrtl d to a deduction or sweaty pesr mu. ib ºe above Ipseme Te.rnis of Advertiling. The space of teolines, or oe squaIe, It Nonpareil type ar Ioei eoeasttting a square, to-wit: One week, 01 Q0; two weeks, 02 25; three week,, $3 our weeks, U3 75; ve weeks, 4 25. When time lseot speetied short advertisements will be published 4e weeks sad charied secordinsty. NOYTN Y: I mouth. 2 9mhs. m'tb.. m'the. 12 m's. 1 quare ...... 75 0 6 8 12 $ 18 2 sqares..... 6 10 12 18 30 Sqars...... 12 15 25 45 4 square...... 10 15 18 30 00 I squares.... 1 18 25 40 ;S Ssquares...... 18 5 45 70 145 A rolu...

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 September 1868

* ýe ýanrrs' hex'. oWnpKA.L PAPEROP 8T_ I 'ANIE'L I)>EftNNýT'"---Editor. I`R.ANIC KINI LA.: riAToeiDºT..._....s111l RUMB b. 1)·,. NATIONAL DEMDCRATIC Tc t. Flao Thqyldent, 3 O .TIO SETMOV., pper ;JCSc Pwedident PR.A.WCZS Z'_ SLA.Z., or XJSOURL - 3i.sa w" t. Eata at Large. EI-GOVERXOR R.d *I LJVFE, of West Fdldant. ZIISAZAS GARUS. of OthiUta. Dldrtret Ul.aim FintCoupeumirni District ------ A. RAM3OLA. $erond ......... . . BRADY. ....... .......... A. R. HERRON. r-F",t ..........4 DgBLANC. PIr ., ...........X. W. COL1XAI. Mr. Joan orady has left at our office a sugar cane the growth of Mr. Ewing's place on Cypremort, thirteen colored joints and six feet high. Nsw Tax NOTICE.-Sheriff and Col itdor Ilaideigh, this week issues a new tax notice. Tax payers, take notice! Stand from under ! CLA.wJcar AND CouxaRCIAu COLLEGE. We beg to call special attention to the new advertisement of Messrs. HIaydel & Bleton In relatinn to the Classical and Commercial College, 135 Itarracks street, N...

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 September 1868

IISCELLANEOUS. - Frnaussf s Seusears . The subscriber, having in charge FRAKLIN 8EMI N1ARY, would inform his frleands and patrons that he wtl re-open his behool ea the FISST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBE1 NEXT. the 7th. The foilowirg ar hi- tter.a of tciton, payable in ad vance, 1 er ses.ion of five months: Elementary Branche ..........................20 00 Higher Branehes................................. 92 00 Latin. Greek. t................... ...... 30 00 Frnt h and.Music .......... ----................. extra Board on be had. u good talBes, 'fhr $12 per month exelasive aoi4 ts and washing. Theb subscrber intends Franklin Bealtary shall be inferior to 0o echool in the State for a thorough Aca demic coarse y , . CLEGO, Principal. -! rTheehampatr. TATIVE ORGAN OF ALL OCRATIC PEOPLE, NORITH AND SOUTI. Is now the largest, liveet. and cheapest Democratic nrswspapep .nblished in the Union. It has been com ph *Aly refit!td throughout. Its editorial force has been doubled. All its td fattures remai...

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 September 1868

FI --rd-lg It Soathera Leasitama -4 toR AUGUST. But little can be done at gardening till September. Gardens in July and August in this coun try are apt to be considerably neglected, r and to become grassy But something may be done in gardens every month in the year. Those who have not dug their Irish potatoes should dig them. They keep well o till the first hard frost by spreading them ti out on an outhouse floor, or on the dry t ground, under a building that sets up two i or more feet above the ground. Any dry, cool place will do if they are spread out thin. Cabbage seeds should be sown on the full moon of this month, and August and Sep- . tember. Old turf, thrown in a pile and well jotted should be used, mixed with old t manht nd rotten leaves and fresh vegeta icle mould. Scatter a little moss over the seed bed, and keel, the snrfare moist by watering it in the evening late. Never water in the morning. Plant squashes, and snar -nd pole beans in rich and mellow soil, and after they...

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. — 5 December 1868

PLAN TERS' BXN1F OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF S.'. MAIY. ATTAL L 1. IAN.A. VOLUME. XXXI. FRANKLIN, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1868. -I [P. R .D E .From the Palll3 . att JRO V.n..-. Y i ,, .. , (m...... . . - . . " (2L~ t; , tvdItS 7H N 1 A1/ I&N.&.AY - PR DE NER -.Di~.t -~'n1 vnin .I a. ti eanwrs amer. Tetsa of Suabscarption. FIVE DOLLARS A YESAR, IN ADVANCE. Ever7 subeeriber who pa. at this offce, in Franklin, punctually in advance. will be entitled to a deduction or twenty per eteat from the above price. .------* **-- Terms _of Advertising WIEK LY: The space of tenllnes, or one sqoare, in Nonpareil type or less eonstituting a square, to-wit: One week. $1 50; two weeks, 2 25; three weeks, $3 four weeks, $3 7.5; fre weeks, 4 25. Whle time is not specfied short advertisements will be published Ave weeks and charged accordingly. MONTULT: I month. 2m'ths. 3 m'ths. 6 m'the. 12 m's I squre ......$ 3 75 * 6 S 8 619 a 18 ! squares .... 6 10 12 18 30 Ssquares ..... 0 12 15 25 4...

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 December 1868

¶&I Innktrs' Famtr. rFZCZAL LP PBT. ICRYa ---- .4- 3AIDIEL ..ý 13. FILAN Liles. LA.: GATI~rADA.. ._.....-DD III)B R . 1668.' Sunscuianus a.a AGoNTS.-Our sub scribers at Washington, La., are at liberty to pay their doa to this office, to #. Mills paugh, Esq. Those at Opelousas can pay to the Hon. John E. King. Those at New Iberia can pay to Dr. Lee, druggist. The receipts of these gentlemen will be duly respectca by us. This week we throw out our dead adver- I tisements, and intend to make the BaNNssa a live paper throughout. Send in your live advertisements, and the dead ones will be buried as they expire. The New Orleans Times thinks those whol pay licenses in the eity and State should combine for their protection, the same as the leading property holders and tax-payers have done. Bishop Wilmer, accompanied by Bers. Girault and Lewis will teach Franklin by the mail boat on Wednesday., the 9th. There will be services at the Episcopal Church from Wednesday night to Sunday inclusi...

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 December 1868

.Jtakaspa ýlafU Tracsporstaien Comnpasy. Steamee, WARREN BELLE and ANNA E., I ronnection with N (, O. and G. W. Railroad. Leave BrarheOar l daily on the arrival of the cars fr,m :new Orlr.ms. Leave New Iberia daily at 3 o'clock '. Y., connectiug with the down train at Brashear. TRI-WEUKLT TRIPS WILL BE MADE TO ST. MARTINVILLE. eRads of Passage. From New Orleansmo raimer, 80 miles ........ . - . . Poaaerstllie,e8 miles.... 5 00 . eGitreville, 103 miles ...... 50 .. 1 ln P iles........ 600 t Cs rent... 127 mlesa....... 6 50 . l Jeaase... .. ....... 650 to W .14W.8 mite...... 700 .. . to 5t ,dem. v.l.. les a... 900 t.. . . i , 171 ilres.:.. 1 00 .. .hml.te M Nmm.... 12 50 eotle e A i.......i........ 1250 . wm. N b. .................... 2 50 asrIE-3evebeM' lat 1668. ott~ i ,see oat kl....- ........ .......... 50 Moper bale-arge..... ........... 5 Cotss, p ble--...... .. ............ ..1 00 Pnotatoes Is itW ms .......... ............ 30 Cottides, dryp....ef ........................ 1 Cot...

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 December 1868

ra L.islasla. FOR DECMBEUI, Cabbage seeds may still be planted, but they will not produce fine heads unless the winter is unusually favorable. It ii rather late for rutabaga, red tops and other turnips. But late turnips are the most tender and' the sweetest, though the earlier are larger. Continue to sow lettane, mustard, carrot, parsnip, eress, raddish, roquette, beet, and parsley. It is rather late for onion seeds, but they will still do. Transplant leeks, eschalots and sage. Manure the beds thoroughly with old manure. Scatter top dressing plentifully between the rows of growing vegetables. Begin to prepare the ground for a good spring garden. Spade and mix well with manure, and cover deep with litter till wanted in the spring. Then burn of the litter and the surface will be mellow and in good order to receive small seeds. Strawberries may still be planted in rich, mellow soil,,and surface manure spread be tween the rows. English peas n.a be planted this month for an early crop. F...

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. — 23 January 1869

7. ..,.,B AN N E. IR77i...... <«.. er0"1 , ",i h . , OFFICIAL JOUI~NAI, OF. THE PXRrs F STi MARY, ATTAKAPAS, LOUISIANA. VOLUME XXXI. " ' FRANKLINr".,If' , TU AT, JANUARY 23, 1869. ... ,~- - -- *- -L-- ***-- .---------- ... . . .,,, N Utf B E 36. Teoesn of ibabsa iption. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. TN ADVANCE. RrYW srubmherlb wbb pay. aot Ms ekee. ti Frankli. paenI.mi will be eaat S. a , eduelem ot tweatl per coet trm the above peice. Terms of Advertleing. WEEKLY: The peea o teallee, or oaeeuare, to Nonpareil typo or leee eealtltuag ae quare, to-wit : One .*ek, 1 30; two weeks, 2 25; three weeks, $3; bfew we 0, S ; tve weeks, 4 25. W bam trs I et pee. ehort advertlemetots will be PabUeed ilve weeks aud echud aeeerdinsy. MOSTULY: 1 month. 2 mr'th. 3 m'th. 6 m'ths. 12 m' I quere....... 3 t $6 6 $ 2 1 18 quares..... 6 10 12 18 30 squar.r..... H 15 25 45 " I'M * 30 , ý. all t i 0eyi! OaQ3 pI to ag efg "~~~~~ I·U·;Y·~ One plk'itreay afternoon during the comet's appearsac.ytt years ago. an aer...

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. — 23 January 1869

ie A ian ers' r.im er. oFFZCIAL pAPEROF SW- 1LAR1W DANI.3L .EtNNE 'Jr·T"T- ..Tu.LTo. FRANKrILIN, LA.: Twes--.W........... .JIIwARY IN . s:el. SUaaCRIuEas AND Asarsn.-Otet hl. scribers at Washingtes La., are at liberty to pay their does to this oaee, to A. Mills agh, Esq. Theor at Opeleusas can pay to the Boa. Jobhn . s iag. Thaweat New Iberia can pay to Dr. Lee, druggit. The r ipta o these gentlemen will be doly aepeet.e by is. nTh Rev. Wm. C. Ifaislip, the new Methodist preacher fo- this place,will preach at the Methodist Church next Sabbath, the 24th inst. ThLake to the steamship Masagorda, and he steamer Anna i., for late papers. They are going to appoint a select Com mittee cn Ku-Kluz, at Washington City. -----"0 -- We wish to call special attention to the advertisement of Tuanard's Corn Planter in our present issue. Marcus Walker is agent. It is simple, strong -and cheap, and we believe it one of the best in use. It is a real labor-saving machine. We understand that Tom Smardon...

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. — 23 January 1869

COty autel, Corner Com. tmaed Cornmow Streets, NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANW, THISI SUPER.IOR HOTEL is located in the very ee Sre of the busitess pert"r of ate city.. It is conve aiently situated within a fe. quares of the theatres and pl.ces of amusement, and within one square of the great mart. (hmal street. For business men and their families, this Hotel presents enperior advantages. The commodiols Verandabs in frOnt of the building are a great convenience and attrac tion, not equaled in extent by any o-her Hotelis the city. This Honac has been refitted n.t,s renovated throughw out. and is unsurpassed by any estWtishment in the sounth-west. Every luxury the season ;Qords is liberally farnlshed by the Propriet.,r, and sru tior Caterers employed to cause satisfaction to the public. Partieularatteatlospalddto all teegrams and letters ordering rooms. Business eommunications shoul be addressed, CITY HOTEL, New .Orleas. jan -tf K,. . MORSE. Proprietor. Swarderassa WAsp ard. N EW ARRANGEMENT. ...

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. — 23 January 1869

OFFW0A.4L PA.PR OR ST 1 . )cA -2 C.ardel hi soeaaerr Lblah Oa ,JANCARtY. 'b.hts I A good time for dit.ai|ng gardens, and rt : utting tihes l order for spring. Vasast beds may be spated a foot deep. the eil should be thouaugbly milted. The more comatetelyt the ntll is pulveried and mixed the better. Mix scrapings from mbtl hea lt sts, door yard scrapinn,. muck. old eases, old ma:iote, totted turf. leached asaes, l.e, old bouesa~nd all other fertile ktiobetal that are available, with the soil. as thoroughly os asible. Plugb deeply. and thte up n ridges. all land not to be spaled. By this, numerous wormsaand bugs will be destroyed by the winter frosts, and the land will be in much better order for plshting in February and March. Set.out.onions.from seeds planted in the fall, if luge enough. Transplant lettuce, ralishbs, shallots, leeks, artichokes, horse radish, beet plants, and ruta bags turnips. Sow beet seeds,.a few cabbage seeds, let tuce, radish, English peas. parsnip, parsley ear...

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. — 13 February 1869

PLANTER RS' BANNE R. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH Ok Y. ATTAKAPAS. LOUISIANA. VOLUME XXI. FRANKLIN, LA., SATURDA UARY 13, 1869. NUMBER 39. FEY "I"qIg Ata V3 itV Ab Amm $vwrasIsathep whe rIaot timf %/o.. r Pumbila -t loss la ae. is witss rImaeiM.U~aubeu. baw~a n nerweeheI s ; t'waWke451 do . ks Whbm tase st ueeaI~einhMt ad vrYai.m wll be pSirblk l6loweekheei mmehaa oe~aeid. I msath. NSeth. 3 utbs. 6 a tbs. 33 we Ieqsuiem..... 6 --0 1 18 30 suaws.... a Is * !5 45 Iap.. 33~ 13 15 65 75w~rtlb satra-.. 10 U 45 7 5 30 4 s a avomn& ::: ps 1 5 ý 0 H A eialum of the 3awom tals p~ats 3-au.. of Arit'e. Aeaon of 3 s.S IL Romg.*tlesm Mothe.. .......... u a Aorrrrrcoact-sa-o sss~sefsi--.......-. o *. bro~g~ fa~sties Job weub..< o srl - -1 OURg CWLDS~OOD. 37 3DOuSS D. PUUIWU. Tol. th sft 4srts u1 dl, AM d we n~ow -9sa. Oaredeeh ewawdlM; And the bomilgmtellof at. Amithi ogot. m*Iemfbiwbt w To tosw So sop rrr i Thmwe a am* dhows Ehbeins That oliag m i the pa 054 n t-e am b of b Old sbyht. c...

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. — 13 February 1869

Ccc ' !1:inter _3 nnctir. TA·TZ PAPEROF ETO M2ARY DAN\SIEL DEN N .TTE...ditor IV . ILL AXErIN, LA. 6 1trAIDAl1 ..... I~'E1RUARTi 13. IRO9. SUMSIX1BERS AND AGENTS.-Our sub. seribers at Wahingtoo. La., are at liberty to pay their dues to this office, to A. e1ills paugh, Esq. SThse at Opolonsas can pay to the IIon. .John E. King. Those at New Iberia c::n pay to Dr. Lee, drugaist. The receipts of these gentlemen vill be duly-respectew by u=. Thanks to the steamship Josephine for late Texas pap,(rs. Spring Hill Cllgce, near Moble, has been destroyed by fire. The New t)rieans C,,nt,',erca;,l Illlletin of the 9;h instant, bas a fi.ll nccount of the, great "" mill " at Bra-ihear. betwee:. Parson Newman and ('(o. D,.nnett. We invite attentio.,i to the card of Mr. Fauqaahard Campbell in another column. aMr. Caup'tcjil proposei s establishiing a livery anid .ale stable in Franklin. 0,nd carrri illg it on an first class st le. We wish hhni every success. t The Americ.tn Farmer. for the ea'rrent...

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. — 13 February 1869

Ze t ate ol L.Jjiisaot1a. Tit !iD JrI)ICT.\I. 1)'1 BI"TT COCI r-PARIISH OF -T. MARY. Io fil rhom ,,, w rarpus may wome. grdtt-g. \hoterr, t .twiii Walters. of the City of Baltlmore. State of \I itvt -id. havint torrvlt'tel, it a igtai ittaIe biv i!:e ! Id' ,.f t !alry. ithe, ;iri'lirtv h --i--c tfter do'ý lei jii'd. ltii i' p~ii to thuit -,tiiritt~e Co.urt for a uooti ji,-nti r n-li rt~ii r'.Cit ir oi,iii :IOC it enii a to of itio Le i=t' iiitle . ii t~ of ii "i : I a.'i : ti -'tttS T ti ttlatt'"". to rnonint n r. mid leci f Jtt (.ir, dint . rov e. the 15th day of 2ar:l';· 1^:k'. th"' 'tr"",I ,.f s-0e of il II-o ."O lrn:I,;: ~ , i h ti'' f;. cia.-i: r tot ni, 2h 'i .I:'f lb luo.ketiitira-.. Tile "i-f proira- oir.tir te ft rith thore, i p t' r ".th ,"rv or t "Etn~l I,'v ( P. 1K"; 1,lrv !.I";, of ,~ " thit 'n;i .`n- Ti 'hi .ii itt 't , 1i1 p-i- er ,l as it ti e a i ii ,.hnth jueii-la c- to 'ty af---i Iri thtreiiuo. 2i -lt', of th ofif sli t, ('`startt. i-toth h iN:u iiiltii w bvl- o t...

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. — 13 February 1869

f c 4 Iantcvs7 banner. o F 'IOIAL PAPER OF ST, MARYV GARDENING IN: SOUTHERN' LOUISIANA. FOR FEBRUARY. Gatdening should now be at tended to promptly whenever the soil and weather will justify it. Never stir the soil when it is wet. The ditched should all be cleaned out, and the water should not be permitted to stand in any part of the garden. The soil should be thoroughly spaded to the depth of. a foot, at hest. The surface should be throughly pulverized with a rakfe. During this month continue to plant onion sets, shallots, garlic, leeks, beets, cabbage, carrots, cress, roquette, mustard, lettuce, English peas, parsnip, spinach, seakale,Jerusalemn artichoke, suck ers from the common artichoke. and Irish potatoes. But the above, except the onion tribe, corn, potatoes, roquette and lettuce, should be planted. spar ingly;, always reserving an abun danice of seed for March-planting, since most tender plants before Marcmh. are liable to suffer from beating rains, severe frosts, or cold a...

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