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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 23 June 1869

THE MOTTO FOR THE 80UTH**- "PROVIDENCE HELPS THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES." ,..NA IrY RALri PARi Ni F ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS) LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNFE 23, 1869. I. I I II I .. . . 6 . Ate 'lanters' gametr. Terms of 8abseraptoa. FIVE DOLLAR*A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Every sabscriber who pays at this oMee, in Franklia, punctuaily in advance, will be ..iled to a desdetion of twenty per cent. from te above price. Terns of Ad-ertising. WEEKLY Th e pace of tea lines, oronesquare, in Nonparcil type or less conutitutin a square, to-wit: One week $1 ;30; two weeuksg o ; three weeks, t; foar wr"ae, W .S; Are weeks, 95 9. When time is snt peel0 d eti~ ertiement s will be published Aye weeks and charged aceordinly. MoNTi LT: I III The r pae of . 1 meath. s . . mosith Ten lines............. $3 75 $750 011 25 TwentyIlnes.......... 750 156 0 50 Thirty lines.......... 1195 1 50 3375 Forty lines............ 15 00 30 00 4500 Fifty lines ............. 18 75 3750 565 A deduction of 5 pe eeat . aered for cash in ad v...

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 June 1869

D. D3NI - - . FRA141LIW,. LA.: Mewss CVbrls & lf .6 Mirhm Stationsrs, 38 Oinp iwoa "W'ir. ars autboeiosd to r~leed spuuuiwe for this paer. dewrs Wiut. & Co., mrr ' N tiouml Bak, on Mks & 714~ Cbwý advertisng sand o.suokg sgh. For some week we banm se.mpth ting a proposii whti wi, mtae. We prOpe ~set up a dl ,, ip phict Iom, o aim tlaet iýsipem 4 the sil, peeadn aesis .i-s, bayomu, lau- m i.s eal u d, eas., eto, of the peihes d . Mr Iheekia, &t. antia, V 36ie, re gests  * Landry, and a aesmre mgq Ia see pv ishcs,answeri u asinw ps.d k5W 1s questions whism poem W g b g grate to this coeeryw & i ha The Polioe Jami e of eWsesed$ ishes might vate fim S9l i fs parish to pay the oefse _ tis waet - cruding thi mp. Onem o pm tigM . might be set to e.ley Post ae bi I o United States, and frm ten to twenty sand could be sea to eigh eb ls ey the United States and Ewope, wers , sk - mation is most wanted. A rlrr sale in this country ,.it be s id isd the same pauphletaI a amal...

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 June 1869

PARISH r. tabr, Jwse , 166. Sank. The little iae M sEy't by a collision with i i a week ago, somewh. sga s- . Brick Kiln. Mr. Grundy is barninag his the old cite where Mr. Pask -r.°u made bi-sulphite of lime. He w 1ill br, bricks to sell is a week or two. The Labor Question. The labor questien is again being stirred up in this pariah. It has had a temapomry lull, but the plnters 6p dMt something must be done. The word paght don't fill th,. bill. The Tarkinatoe pay u!!m'Ps above Franklin, on the emt side of tie Teehe, was bought I.malttaby it-bllSl y Jullas Jonnson. On accoint of an iaenasulity in the former sale it was re-advertised and sold again. Charbon. A fine cow in Fra,' 'in has lately been at tacked with what al ... ars li the charbon, but we cannot believe it to be that disease. We doubt if charbon ever starts so early in tihe season, or when there is plenty of maln, | and domestic animals get a good supply of wailer. FI'lieb and 1.unquitoes. We Iearn that the flies and mosq...

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 June 1869

9i FOR3' JI~E FOR JUNE. ,+at moeutabo dasz hb Wmist3 ..mo. filtehe h4 id bekept eg. s armed oft. tea: me veeba mb.kept dewn, emhheuee~d. sad Ve. Ira oi(b~rrew ' lb ua -4 ebungke or bay ~d6 be Ureew.at ee ohms *S Le rvhlf e Yte r, usinu a hIY e bate i drlvgh tbabml( ho s Ui13e brre Or. if alzdg tre hbtdade by et hSseg geematl, in admkaibt, they OW#he3mdhrbWsaedeg Poleaamyb.as emabIj awe Orm fr. reaoorspa.ss ai A te plan led; eabe sqn, 11,, m% ms., per, roqueobo. oulu7 md a. (he oe ari a for .the ri. . "o"w p. rame. Jamhtsi~ a t ~ ade .mwh m KU - IaW bt3k3 wo· r~330NbIUE· 1Z-Zrlq nBa lidl hedp tokie water - l 3Mi b sia good pb o gbdajn -~srcrr -. ·ash PirOw: sodowa.l whte or Iteat Now is tne.oU -st. Io Pamleyrp r~i grooo .10 to ..bell s 4J a .ad a i~~ L~n them ith sas.,Laak Ci s fees thea bottom It the 1, oak 9 Toraip..r I den vepablesbetween raw. rA bgtwes lrs rpht PO pper··-·.... U.... U. ·ad)ommbor........72. 73. Camlothe rm.heqmeha- l .. o Osisas ..................... 14iee iabs L...

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. — 21 July 1869

T~wnili of Subs wipflkxL ZIlV L. PUOLL t11: A YEARIX ~ ADVANCE. E% ery -tluieribwr who pays at this ocee, in Fmaak1im, var al i u dvace. will be entitled to a deduction of .tv+,t l.." v t nn the abore-prkr . 1'vcuºi~ of Adrertringi~. 't ;.- feutin"-, or onesqnare iiiNoupa"rcfltypie "^-ihttiug a ý.(uae, to-w'it: i-h "n tii a- ~nw n*cifledsbort advertisements w~ill he .iad (hafrg.-d 5'cordiiigly. MO o NTIII. r: " 'j tii trues for oae uwthbi, ""~t:, l tr "1 71 , -"t f ~rrnt. allowe.I fital ar-I: ad .1 f 1"' B NFIR contaiu, `!7 squaiaes of t.e Ii . ,xloga: on Noi~tces .............. 10 00 A ;:a~ncewucu of c:w.(idatei for office........1 ~ ,N.u cr-lit givens for advertihitg. job work, or Rbci ho crept ibv special agreement. FOR SALE AND RENT. Do Ion JUESA to sell .Land? SIý:\V Pý1tOP Os1TION -e: s e;. ari now decking to Attakap as, and most of -a ssl& whew git land come to thePL¶NTEII5 BANILNt i - insfrmation. Any one who will send me a full itn of his lauds and five dollar<. can ...

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. — 21 July 1869

SEditor. lab VILAN -LIN,_LA. __ WED URDAY . su us*. tifi Mtlssr. Christian Hyatt! Mercantile Ai Stat ners, 88 Oamp Street 'New Orleans, arc ~.ithorisd to receive gubeordptions for are thorredCu t~i. , per. c M c 1hartona & C.; oV 4the Na *'onal Bank, on Common Btroot, are 0 advertising and collecting agents. th Mr. Thos. Tardrew is our authorized le agent for receiving advertisements and sub- at .criptious in the city of New York. 1ek way h. found at the New York HotW. ' - ------1 Nr.w B: ýT.-We learn that the A. IM. T T. C'mpany have bought a new boat to t:ak to thb place of the AnnaE. PI'laos TuNaB.-TherC are doubtless twenty pianos between Brashear and New Iberia that need tuning, and all that is needed t' have them tuned is to leave word at this iI ,nec. S- advertisement. is .wK -A flatboat, containing the frame, weathcrboarding, doors, sash, blinds, lime, sand, etc., sent by Col. P. C. Bethel, fro: Memphis, for the construction of a new house on cue Of his plantations on th...

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. — 21 July 1869

Pa lte = @ . awrsmre at ienA ai>ebrs eeato Irr re t' Nemty every ita to lay by tdrir-aqe s etiff hws crops will be %1whte A*a these daily rains. Stai*td. _,. The rcncgaqep.J tice of the Pence at Pattereagm 1t j bad terwards ia jia tw lately stabbed by amtaer eW, rec*ver. He is one at the mean tro and impudent negt$**eo~si teia ghre Can't Staged athe t7Mlgents. Let those who Kay that white am caat gomi this rci L13 .. in tfr oph. fied, godons- ..-Laer ( ypwemart, where, anilst mullio.s of amgagnitoas and Sies, and ie a hot sin, tae brwkes broke. by the tai dmbo% tea wate s oen, on Mr Re pera place, hbre as clean a crop as there ii in the pearishatd qt leas teme iueheies, thea the same numbere aegueeisn rimuid retreeinamete.e. And t-'re thetiw bua&e'whlts teae -a and in the vicimen of the Teeh are tsi year .s he sme kind of work as that organized and oecostnage ly Mr. Kem ior on Cypreme rt. $t, eweahere In St. Mary, there are men rho st that wig lbogtrs ca't stood this Carpemte...

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. — 21 July 1869

eLRDEW N,' COLMNN. jro Bnt little can be dte Gardeas In ab A atrth d q be eendasi blymegle d hii soesntittgay be den Is Those who have net u-e r dig them. They UhaS ug)Sg dlehib7 spimading isabmeu a- em ground, umner a Walm i 1 above the greeand. Ay , . d,5 ' MeY a are spead out ain. (abbmge eebi O-al beeman si I 5IN tai .loath* a.dA 8 . d t ur a pile mad we inad m silb "nrmdo ait> .nre and ooR lama ama Wgue g w1o oFAI gn ally. cttran euashes Ra snap e erhe Ran ted bos amin si al gater them w o she a eri s ey r waoees a the °1runwn - Sbade with j~ematka when ae ma to $b.i4 Cabbageys ,red, anddmM saws atN!eidl Nehsdd'esswe4 w is duill, a foot apart, nadweaked wtth shoe occasion ally. tisaut qaqndaea, aid soap and pole beaus, ia rich anti ilow soil, and after they come up keep the ground ,:red aroued Useato the depth of as 4weh. AlwaysC , the soil as soon after a rain as ti will putl crise. U Plant cow pease. They ran to vines less, and produce more pease when pleated late is the s...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 11 August 1869

94 -~,*i~'s q~ird~r -lit p mtaayk abrttc.ýup.t j te a d tIog t 1r n frset tbshgl or wa* slws. 4M0.1ta ea low woha4S 1; $4 ~YnaPI ~~Wr~d~iil~'liiilCs iIºM* eetks ,.Wdfli6i ae.ur room To.i;`C. %*Z~5· L~ ~ 3 75 tw Aounof the 3axsr contai 7 spares ofnona. tii Notice of A 'a fowAdmtata i4I eeeib, a 5 Anneuacnmetto esanif aA Q F ........ 1000 0 No cr tut sten fee advprtiinh. jo west, or suboerip tion, except by spedia agremont. & P'r st~n, June, 5a. Iim itl pottrg. I WILL ARISE. BY HORTESI A. Upward is my pathway leading, to glory and to fame, And ambition ftly whispers, Teingo as abaded aisle. L rooking to the hills of glory, Crylag still, I will arie. There are laurels to be gsthered, There are prise to be won. And I Sf my gsae andanated, Eagle-llke apan the sun. Nevereltnkhsg from the ontest, With imatiuie True, my upward pathis thorny, True, th deL.Us Me way, "h"le tie elodil bowers over, lShutting out eah any ray. Nut when shadows hover darkly, I will dream of unmeealag's dew, Wh...

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 August 1869

IPRA19KLI1, LAk. at WRDWESDAT ...........AUGUST 11. 1869. I Messrs. Christian & Hyatt, Mercantile h Stationers, 38 Camp Street New Orledns, a are authorized to receive su~ eriptions or h this paper. Messrs. Wharton & Co., over the na tional Bank, on Common Street, are our advertising and'oollecting agents. Mr. Thos. Tardrew is our authorized agent for receiving advestisements and sub scriptions in the city of New York. Ie may be found at the New York Hotel. WIncox & GIBns SEWI~i MACHINE.-- r. 1 F. W. Smith is agent for the far famed and excellent sewing machine of Wilcox & Gibbs. I All who need sewing machines will do well to notice his card and give him a call. **~---- CAUTro\ To TUE PtruBLIC.-Mr. Fonrmny. the postmaster here requests us to advise per sons sending letters containing money or drafts to either have them registered or sent by express. His recent experience, both indi vidually and officially, leads him to the convic tion that letters containing remittan...

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 August 1869

LOUISIANA ITEMS. 'lhe Iberville Southoo aplsin. thatscarco ly any of the planters in that psrish have laborers enough to carry on their planta tions at present, and these have been ad vised to demand from twenty to forty dol lars per month. The Picayune says the pecan trees in and around New Orleans are being literally eaten up by worms, and inquires if there is any method of getting rid of the pests. Another horrible murder has occurred in New Orleans. Maggie Walker, formerly of Franklin parish, was shot by her lover, who then shot himself. This is the second case of the kind within two weeks. Governor Warmoth has appointed ten po lice jurors for Lafourche, vice the regularly elected and qualified jurors now in office, whose terms have nob expired. The Sentinel notes frequent rubberi, s in Isafourche and vicinity. The corner stone of a synagogue has been laid in Shreveport. Claiborne has an agricultural society. J. T. Davidson, President, and A. C. Hill, Secretary. A German, named ...

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 August 1869

GARDENERS,' 4O J .i ; For Seather >tte.s tlkbfret, t 4. FOR AUGJT. 1 But little can be dope at gardening tk ie u ' Gardens in July and Augast in this eo as aptlo he considerably neglected, and to beeotne ga'ry. St something may be done in gardens every in th igthe year. : • . , t We can say bnt little in tregasf to A t I thi mouth. Next month will be the time 4o e~oua uge r dening in earnest. Ground saldmtmar be ple~es and replowed, harrowed, mixed, ditched, and mt '4 ote! low as possible for cabbagea, turnips, beets etc., to4e sown or tranrspi.lated nat mP -Old" d Imn he .ba dance, leached ashes scrapings of door-ya*Ug ld be scattered broadcast upon the surface, and plowed r hler rowed in thoroughly. The asomd heould be lan complet order for September. Cabbage seeds should be sown on the full moon of this month, and August and September. Old turf thrown in a pile and well rotted sbeld be .Id. ll t-Shll ma nure and rotten leaves and fresh vegetabie mould. Setteralittlemsn over tl...

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 September 1869

faomily R(bings and Nwms ttwus. 'i RE OAlO0 GOWiWS. [From Wood's Household Advocate.] Although it may be a very "pleasant thing to see one's own name in print," it is not al lowable to print names, especially when writ ing out a true story. For this reason wt shall have recourse to ictitious addresses, and introduce our young lady acquaintance a Miss Clara Clinton, and her father as Judge Clinton, of Clintonville. They-that is the people--called the Judgt the oddest man that ever lived. If oddit3 consists in having a way of his own, Judge Clinton was a very odd man. Hlie would in. siat upon living in a little brown, old-fash. ioned house, without carpets upon the floors, and, what was more vexatious, he would nlot allow a so ge or rochgchair inside the 'our~ walls. As he had an idea that the whole country was going to rack and ruin, because the men wore broadcloth. and the women wore silks, he declared lht would wear homespun a.4 long as he li\ed, and hie women folks should Is' rest...

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 September 1869

DNENT --- - - Uitor. WKDWUUDAY L. TU i.iS6,. WPDUE$DAT......SEPTLM Z&1.1Beo.O Terms of Subscription. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Every mnbscrbev who pays at this ocfee, In Franklin, pnctually in advance, will be entitled to a deduction of t.v'ty per cent. f~om the above price. Terms of Advertising. The space of teines,or onequare, in Monparuil type or less cntitatinK square, to-wit: One week, 4I 50; twe we |1, 5 8 ; three weeks, $3, four weeks, l3 75; Io weeksa e4 25. When time Iseot spetodb rtdettlisements will be published lve weeks and charged aceesl ,. MOIITULY: The space of tea lines for ae mouth, $3 73; tw-o 6enths, $5 75; three months, $7 50. A reductid of 25 per east. alowed for cash in ad A column of the BANaE R contains ^7 square of nor ~~~g llboZ~pprna for Alsanistrorship of Estates 01 Homelogation Noties ........-----.-............. 10 Anoan csimnt ef didateslsr om.en...... 00 1e credit given for advertising, job work, or subsrip tion, except by special agreemen...

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 September 1869

own., larisl) anb Statt Itrms. LOCAL NEWS AND ITEM PARISH Or ST. MAtY, Sept. 1, 1869. The Minate Avery. The new boat Inateamd for the Salt Island trade is called the Minnie Avery. after the daguhter of Judge Avery, proprietor of SaBelt hid. Rain. The rains in the last tea days have satisfied most of the sugar planters of this parish. Before these rains the crops were in places su rng from dry weather The cane Is now dong well, but it is beekward and has had a ad season. The Coal Pleet. The Mount Carbon Coal Seet has arrived safe on the Teche. A large quaatity of coal has been discharged at FrankLn for the A. I. T. Coopsay. We hope to see twenty-five barges of this coal landed on the Tethe during the next high water season. Freight Rates Reduced. The tariff on freights over the Morgan Railroad i- to be reduced on dfferent articles of export and imlor'. from fifteen to twenty-Ave per cent., permanently. We suppose this new tariff will be published to go int," ef feet in October, or at...

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 September 1869

14t phsr~aewe m e FOR AUGUST. But little can be done at gardening till September. Gardens ia July and August in this coeatry are apt to be considerably neglected and to become grasy. But something may be dene in garden every mouth in the year. We can say but litle in retud to gardening this month. Next month will be the time to eemmeaee gar dening in earnest. Gromund ald neow be plowed and replowed, browwed, mi ed, dtched, and made as mel low as possile for embbgea, taralps beets, etc., to be sown ortransplanted nextm th. O w m tare in abun dance, leached ashes, s. rai af m ar-ads should be scattered broadeast span the al e and plewed or har rowed in thoroughly. The glrld shbold be in complete order for September. Cabbage seeds aheael be sewn oa the fllU moon of thbi mouth. a Anagt a September. Old turf thrown ion a pile and wall rrtted should be aed, mixed with old ma nare and rotten leaves sad ash rsgetabi. mkul Scatter a lttlems ever the seed bed, and keep thel surmce moist by wa...

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 September 1869

gL E jJliii Ui" I, · . -t. fl *I,.- .. r "4 p 4,.. . .- I - .~.;..d c4.4rn4!t411 Mshor agiet FLOAT1L:G B1lI1UGL$ R e '-n it 11rmptlv. and -$thllnhed Mt 'V' ,'rte r.f t u." I- etie, o r Attaklapa. w rcr.. h!.!N1SP. SASH ANDtiI.OiS 1 - * · -y".'' 1't""t. i tno r *.. "F.. PLANIS1G MACHUI:. r4 Ii.' u.,." AN -' J ..1 an - i .a thN . ANt. Ut6 t'.\ ".tre' w,"r . tau~tn ente t.l, .\ s KENaEUY. 1 ,. Q..r I- -, I '4 !. I,%.N, A. T i i' h* H.i. ..r4.:-t... -.,p--:ag It. Thitrd Jadie0L . i" NrZOM SU l4a AID OOTTOU PL&li 25!a! flr ~.F i'I 1X!: Oil. C'OMIP.\'Y. '1 - ,.rz,'wit '4r., 4344 .act Lte E'mir.f".r ,their * ... t.4 44 It4114.I l r.'ra  aII i tarc' notI ' . "" -a .tried th.,u will v- o.r,.."r.."w ud t,,ow 4.4~ . are infuru-,eI th.it we ' :. AUAN r,' FULL. 'A Fi!' k -fr;4, §44; lo' l4. 11 .., ,taiu.n n- j-c. ii it.d'flot .+L'ke a t r;.: t" · ...I ,. .cw btrfnrnl. We al-n have u. haii1 !.. ., , n""\c 'c.-eiin g the largesrr a.. rttaent "". l~nemipr 1...::"<" u-41 txuip U iIs Iu the $S...

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 September 1869

·~t ~rIaers'an rnwr., . ý j jr -T. - t. W CDIlr6E s& ......SUPTrlm S.t 81869s . Terms of Subscription. i fiVE D(ILLARS A YEAR. IN ADVANCI:. iery snubsc'ber who pays at this office, in Franklin. puntually in ,i,-neea , will be entitled ,o a deduction of twenty per cent. from the above price. Ts-rms of Advert isius '.EEKLY Tha space oftenllnerornesquare, in Ne.,u.llii yll' or less constiting a enre5 to-wit: One week, "1 50; two weeks. 8 .5; three wct.ks. 1. four weeks. $3 75; Ave weeks, 64 25. When time Is ot speeliedshortadvertisemen. e 'i l be puhlished fire weeks and charged aecord.nly'. MO NI TI LY: bTh: space of ten lines mr one month. a- :1;; two months, $5 7; three month. 87 50. A reducnetion of 25 per cent. allowed for ca'b in a, cancs. A columa of the BAS ER contania . squares o non-i parei type. Sotl.e ofApplin forAdministratorship of tate- .S.. 0 Hlo Jiogatlor Notices............... ... . 10 00 Annunneemesofeandidates fOr otiee.~ .. - ".. .. 10 00 No credltglven for adv...

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 September 1869

town, parishl an Ztatt Itats. LOCAL EBWS LAD ra PaRisa or ST. MaRY, 8qt. 8, 189. C it ThI, n.gr buy. whn. last s·oewr. kill. thi ..ll c.egr,. at Mrs. Porter's, and after wnrdl- hr,.k,- j:il. Inlately out anther Igr d,:.eger,,usl. H-e is quite hold i bhis cria ia.l e.,reer frra boy. The Weather. L a Su.tl.,y eight aand Montu .on m.r.its ." : e uniaae. ealteuan weathrr. It rain. (. Su~,,day. te the great delight of sga, I!..~.ter.-. Their can. was thirsty. At btl the canut crop must he quite shabort ia thlin pariah. Dr. Palmer's As, l tmast.s Wr have a letter from Dr. Pelmr, i,. firming us that he will come up on the boat next Friday. and will preach at the Metbo dist Church Saturday evening at 7 o'clock uu.i tnt, Sunday at the usual hour. Faistg. - Several individuals and parties have laited visited Cote Blanche Bay with hooks anM, seine,. and have feasted on treaot, shesphad- ' red fish, black drum, croakers, shrimp, crabs et., etc. a Paoa. alrne EtklMtlu. - 'I t..s as..8alreaeay rv...

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 September 1869

ýarbeniny in Soutlcrn Louisiana. FOR BBPTBMBER. This month gardeners should .commnlenc work in earnest if they expect vegetables in the winter. Those who have not spaded beds for fall planting should spade them at once thoroughly a foot deep or more. The bottoms of the drains shonld be a little deeper than the spading. The scrapings from sunder chicken roosts, and old, well pulverized manure, may be spread very plen tifully over the surface of spaded beds. and leveljed and mixed with the surface soil. Cover this with litter, old corn stalks, hay, weeds cut with a scythe. old tomatoe vines. anything to keep it moist and keep the rays of the sun from it. : When ready for sowing1 in the latter part of the month, the surface will be mellow, rich, and finely pulverized, and seed in such soil will.gorminate at once, und plants will grow vigorously. Soil for-cabbages and turnips should be rich. New and fresh ground is much best for them, but this cannot always be obtained. Cabbage seed may...

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