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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 15 September 1869

, ,.---.--,amm lms ,u--_m m QOur Pett's ornur--- Sclttb. 4I q~VIT DAYI. BY CARL SPEPNCR. The dgig Yewr grow. strgel mad: .Now an the hau au ma weather MY beset is like h lepp 01d1d, Go ever the hbl together. My pWeei ds rm sweet sad st As waters hippisgeer sad i, »pkleter t~g he sde hsane w To seeder r II is rna Sl Fay's aver avish hema w itshi e t li wipn Uep ieN que st ams . Oh. s. a tha re tbe yeari Oft have I wasebed an eight with grief. AU night with .ey. ad which is best 1 Al, both were sharp, and both wen brief, My heart was like a wind-blown leaf, I give them both for rest. Fair Quiet, close to Joy allid, But soving shadier walks to keep, By day is ever at my side; And all night aong with me abide Peace and her ister Sleep. familu Ueabings anb News lttums. THE HUSBAND OUTWITTED. A GANME a'= o TO PLAY. A week at the watering place, and most of the time spent each day m the company of Mr. Mainwell, the gentleman whom Miss Ellsworth's old friend had introduced to her one mornin...

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 September 1869

c IZ~drts' fannur. AL3 W--- - D. II ZT . . . . Editor. WrRDWUIsDAT.- .-serP'I eERZ s5. 1869. germs of Ba.bcription. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE. er subbscriber who pays at this oSee, in Franklin, petaaly ln advance. wi be entitled to a deduction of nesty per cent. em the above price. Terms of Advertising. WEEKLY The space of tenlnee,or onesquare, in Nonpanril type or less eonSitWtihg a Isqre, to-wit: One week, 81 50; two weeks, O2 25; three weeks. 13, four weeks, $3 75; ive weeks, $4 25. W14n time is not speciied short advertisements will be pab/ted Ave weeks and charged aceordiagry. MOTULT : the space of e Wes fotr eae math, $3 75; two months, 85 5; three mouths, $7 50. A reduction of 25 per cent. allowed for cash in ad vance. A eolnm of the BANNER contains 27 squares of non -.I type. Notic of Appl u for Admiaistratorship of Estates.. $5 01 Homelogation Notices ......................... 10 00 -Announcementofeuadidatesbfroffee .......... 10 00 No credit girven for advertising, jo...

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 September 1869

LOdlY- ^' Wi * MI ITEMS More Logs. , . The untiring #tmt $ob , Roy snaked a long raft of cypre lygs upl ti Teche last Tuesday, passing Praiiklin iii .e alghtd., By request of Mr. C. C. Palfrey Collector, we publish i seet . E AsfPer .1f i~t Stafe Auditor in re1rd to the penalty for non-pay. went of; 'Ate l 4 l4- ttA X Alties wed collectable on taxes paid before the 1st of July. Imanagritsriff tihlý=eg r" From several g.o . ll hat a. lage number of immi~rapts aill visit Attakapas in the fall and wlnter to exauine the country and buy land, . The ,.tr e policy 'f large landholdera 4s to divide and sell to sulall farmers. But few large places will 1H sold in a body while the labor qneseatlot so un settled and the future supply is so donbtful, Health. The parish is generally healtlhy. A fcw case, of fever and chills, & d oecasi.naly an attack of dysentery a nstitnte the principal 4 part of the falldeklness. Soon we will hli t' cool, bracing weather, and everybody will feel strong and...

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 September 1869

r O~atm ing in 9ontlern £ouisiana. FOR SBPTBMBER. This month gardeners should commence work in earnest if they expect vegetables in the winter. Thoee who have not spaded beds for fall planting should spade them at onoe thoroughly a foot deep or more. The bottoms of the drains should be a little ,eepet the espading. The scrapings from chicken rseets, and old, well pulverdd msaare, may be spread very plen tifully er the serfaee of spaded beds, and lvelled abd mixed with the surface soil. Cover this with litter, old corn stalks, bay. weeds out with a soythe, old tomatoe vines, anything to keep it moist and keep the rays of the son from it. Whea ready for sowing in the latter part of the month, the surface will be mellow, rich, and finely pulverized, and seed in such soil will germinate at once, and 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 still be sown, but...

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. — 10 November 1869

c : 1.. kLhANTAO -FARiMm. iAI a rc. Yý:..·'WM lly L AF ýý.. AR st t ss4292bdrakb 1 rYI Wii."" - A" Omi WA= '~r~L Oa E I A'Tn o~·id:'~Ctja~P ~ _~jl r 7S tit r -, l . ` * ý ý - pM r . es d., sad Iwmb lr Ta rad&Am o Mmil ui rr. 8 ·r~~ u~~s~al133KM ?~ ok rY p New caaein 1.w Se be r Teaet art$bss lý ma. It catmim The uwellimr bapt W I. P1aqutamain Bcin, to a wd'y g OP LY OTINING lip ACRNI 0133 300 ac (30c1DM&0n t TH Oi tra LrL 11tzl low Was imgt CiWMaLa Th meoats ao moissa*s. . am S Mw g AF"BOU WU OK O02 ihool and MA*k L·I no. p - ao0 +ýaQ ioiidi [Yeirr, ri;ý~al 1 witk thba pig... big., Ism rm~q w Am bis :*btep 6oa k .e o7 abeep, hog. U. sms eia t of me wV h U OWei r aa1 i s Su t A bJC d asd [toot ialiwy. kit=Ys sties Ir ii Ncow aLL Thek M els -i be sold at rmbbT MIAR WOJLES AND H ALLF FROM Ibri wkhsh read t lan wbot had a dtr*m boseabtorea;etb. er .s ATRACT OF LUIO M i sae,~ 8 ails beow r. a.ý . l arpea·t, Ikrti . ·ar ..wr 1 4 (err a ea M pr - . f..ti... as raubMrb A CT OI-LAtar...

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. — 10 November 1869

4ý ýbutt? ým.3 D. DEUET - Editor. w 1 3%r 231C ZaK X j. ZaA. WKDNEs DAT.._...$ SR 1501. lf i. Terms of SbeeztcptI u. F1V1 DOLLUAD A YEA3R4 IN ADVANCE. EvervstcS w h . s, k 1+wmaila. actuMmy 54k&jnSOEo l- oof AdverthsinE. Tea s .p, in Na.pm. i type or less foiur thre isP.vi siasri Mss : + \ ,ataiysUm:t pA ei'iný Attiml esNinas 27 snquares of son-; Lotiee¶~,t'.pf~arAdma~i?.imabpof~ia es-.S CL Homelogatlos Nothein .............. ....... 10 A nxogaaseut f onmdiims bie flo&....... s0 Ninerei gives for Abs~ gll, j wkt, or 5ubei~p lion, cesept by s er r a O Frssk~lia. Jh~rtIe 30.101rri AGENTS OF TH.XUE*]*A..I. W. F. Hudson. Jeasartte, La. E. H. Lombard, Nth iberia, La. Dr. J. C. Mills, Aranadvle, La. Dr.L B. Gbagb Bre, m ste, La. B. A. Salits Versllerille, Lar Captain Joseo T. Baldwin, Centreville, La. Wharton & Co., ever the National Bank, on Common trect, New Orleans, La .Qgopoy1 Wa 17 Royal street New (tleans, La Tj aTh4rtw.sw VWk Hotel, New York City. tte. "ermujion, it. Ma...

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. — 10 November 1869

4own, *m.4 JW . 3, MS The rasS lately li.m ins. Ldsgrew w~s hbe Y...s hq.l L/O Lraisrke·alrrýrY - fresh d... -i da 49 IL extra pre k din anwiU ilue A·kS. ,F· air, b sSS PD*S4Ufii . iI 8taaeVrrbeesJS*.*Sart - - 1 I k* state Cn~u~trm. d mir- r)s's u made of, ma ... -.1 ac L Umty they succeed wd. We bhe.. US~r Ut SS -~ the Immi pebeda. u s Tb. g0vm 5 l. The 0.tJ Jury wW a=@Me 1n b P o of im~ wbl - eo umoem. TM ter ben are r - -- -, -al WO, Vhave Lo 4a~bttbgy win do n y". Cattargh. In thetll .a wiSta 7w .ate W cazarrab is the heai. meu tie bsa )r 7. bfeovoi u.Ra a NO* 44 ar In I aeeWb & relief wi be i saem . Last FibV wM5 w"m N ·.bt It wo.ld be .um-"db 'si lane WI k Ml latituds.' It wam OWstie warm *'f suar emas. Tb. pem rskm " &O qsb hr Y !" oalag. t Hera. Thievea. A pgam 01 ban IinvaS ube Mau basly a s trouble to the pgaqa. at Tmbm - ain p aihes beto Attakaasa Twa K Iat w nin MOM m " T sees wuTramIs tai baIw n* t eL !!ahelwi th coutry wll do weil to .ake a now at 01 Il ` be ca...

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. — 10 November 1869

Oarbeming iit outIjtrn Eouisia a. FOR aNOVUj ba. . Continue 1 sow lettuce, mustard, ot * pasjnip, cress, radish, equeotte, bee* nd parsley.. Itdi44mClt o r our ams, but they wu r ltI '. Transejg t e eschal\et -sagae. Manure the s thor(agi a d e are. Scatter op dreen the ros. eween he ows . Begto p ys Ati ground for a spring ,h p s ,py be p nd mai well th manure, ae d oerdc sop. lter till w in the spring. Them breru f the iy9 p the surface will be maMew and la or to receive small seeds.. Strawberries may a 'beiated is siph, mellow soil, and surface ms arse pre ýe tween the rows. English peas may be planted this .maatl for an early crop- 1' FRUIn T TrEnes AND EV RG e E. This month peach and other hiit *ees may be transplanted. Peach trees to b transplanted should be cut off, leaving a stump two feet above the ground and no branches. From this a new top will b formed, and the pruning kinfe most give it shape. All fruit trees should be staked when planted, to keep the winds from shak in...

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 December 1869

LFe )anttrs' 'amtr. FOR O&LE I FOR l.5LE I PLANTATIONS. FARMS, L+;1B1 AND SUAL TriACTb LIN. -sy L a. S.B ILSw l.ra Land Lgeat, 1ew~ir~ kFARM OF TWE RT . N..B.. 2,U kitchct fur~ttare also fr s ls. M., 3 A V1 DWELLIRNG HOU* A3D am os 1eME Aaaereg dt Iai wilYia tia knits K $bs $uS drn Fr..ku 4lLo i~ L tl b tliHL BBARHBA·cmrrr UGYiý; mT n LO part on tin' .A FARM FIFTEEN IIfLEE FNOX A3E3 L lle, near themoeth a Dayss VYeiam, teaaLba th¢ leeMrshfO0 earl. 13 1 PLANTATION *'OUR > LU P)0M OZLOU sas, 309 aere, i30 acre. emeI'u.&good frmee. is gý., I ~welling ead oat bn 'tags. This placea is laee. milkle,,m (ºpelonusa.. ew ayo YMallet. ·ATBALC of L.& D W*LL a 1meD c-CI ~rred .aerpente," parb of Ybes, o Lte Ya N Ini1oNb l. Tb. pha i°ninimp o-ed. 1 A'rRACT IN THE P*RIHB OF 100 arpnt$, fr a E~ea 7ji: lS i 5onthw - t of New IbMeria ; u or mo teiiaa ai unhmp, .ed. Y and about 200 arpeats op.. peat e. cmzulvation. Thar. ar 0 i: p wuroeinmta OS e h except two deabl ca ... U % VALr Lk ;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. — 22 December 1869

q ~ jlanftrrs bauuer. D. DENNETT - - - - - Editor. . _ 'R - . Ta . Za d.. WRDlE5DAT.. -.DECUCEDER *7, 116,. Termns of SubcrWiption.. FIVE DOLLAR8 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Every subscriber who pays at this once. In Franklin. ypactally in advaronce, will be entitled to a deduction of . twenty per cent. from the above price. Terms of Advertliinl. WEEKLY The space of ten lInes, or oneequare, i Nbpareft t e less eonstitntint asquic , to-wit: One week. $1 50; two weeks, $5 5; three weeks, i; fo rweeks, S 75; flve weeks,. >. When time iuft speelAdshort dve rtemets wille " p ilished dre weeks and chared accordingly. *ONTHLY: The space od tea lines for one month, $3 75; two sybhs. 75; three months, $7 50. A column of the BAI.ER contains 27 squares of noel imreil type. Notice of Appli'n for Administratorship of Estates. $5 Sl Houtiogatioa otlice......---------------.........- 10 Anaouneaementof e8adidates fo oee.............1000 No credit given for advertising, job work, or suberlp tion, except...

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 December 1869

S ,an tcrs' Saar. aristi) nsub ate ltrus. LOCAL »Wu APND 1lm PARISe ow 8r. MarT, Dee. 1, 18,. Up .er Rep.Irs. The steamer Alice I. up high . d dy t Trainer s& EHaso. naIp e u4 Uing repairs. Newr Brdge. Messrs. Trainer & Hassas ar bMildiqaa new floating bidge for Dr. ~q , at tha old Loisael plantation sear Jesasertt. Coss ami VMc waewer. Those who have coal rsts will remember that Mr. O'Nel has a large pile of at--t coal which he is suiWg at very reasoqbls rates by the barL TIke iUmas Sager Trlam. Gov. Baker informs s that his e for making sugar, invented by GUlman, is a emem plete sucness. He is oonMdent that be has made his crop with le thaw a eard of wood to the hogshead. The Weather. Lately we .. ,- - a few white fr+o, ri rain, and pretty cool wea..ar r ý~amn. try-. We may reasonably expect roeghbs weather in January thea we hay, had in November, and early this month. 'Prevtaeon' Deat. The Steamer S. C. Day, from the Obhi River, is making her way up the Teebe loaded with ...

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 December 1869

ýic Sfitly anb Farm PtPartmtnt. 8ENSIBL. .pwrs.-The editor of a south. era paper says: A friend of ours who is a shrewd nbserver of men and things, remark ed to us the other day that hogs never got cr.dit for half their sense. He says when a e' -amer olows her whistle, the hogs in his 11cinitv make for the wharf were they re gale th1,rselves with the waste corn. WzR'ISERt YoUNG STOCS.-The colts sod calves, as also young animals which are growing. are frequently more seriously in jred at this season than at any other. They wº'1 often be lying with the older cattle, a.d if foddered, as is too much the case, with a sparing hand, and no care ta ken to preveat the stronger ones from dri viag away the weakel. that portion of the herd requiring the food most. will get none. and then, after a while, when the poor lit tle things become emaciated, they will re eleve more attention; but it will he too late, for if they are got through till spring, the check to their growth and the shock to the...

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. — 29 December 1869

LS.U. THE MOTTO FOR THE SOUTH---"PROVIDENCE HELPS THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES." tIMg Ill. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAIAPAS) Li., WEDESDAY, DECEMBER 2s, 189. -1WRBE ll. ..*R &aLE krf.h3t PLANTATION&F 3N. UK. SEML MS MIm La"AgSMln - w-". AFARK OF T U~v--., 1 - kitebs taurmaureabs r sale, A FItE DWELLING I h538 A A ý 55,3 es., 175 t- e sa Pa)rt an ime mi"fs S Opslewts, -e oso le w m ilof ss pstessatw s ·si it TATLDRAID AND TI is anima owed. 1 4 TRACT IN THE ?AR~l OF VZDNILIO* southwest of N15w Iberia, 111 1 50 K a" , Uuimproved TRACT ABOUT ONE MiLE 1 3O U ATO andabut 11 arns t opus pnra.s risk~a mdey " caiotyadm. Than as so b0sBesab aft a lerr.pittw double cabesa. PALL ABLEATRACT IN £33314 P Tract, itnare bout= ally ssch ws. 0 ris t basroet of who dI fish i ai In*0 rl. . Plaqumine ral.,it' ýwrýp N ay;alad. d aebd PROPERTY CONAIWNG1hAST b~, 3ea. acreaisi) TOUlI. r bg efF nn tS.. It a lewd Shtd mewsms I1k t.m ba S ini* lhw dwellingto asd uki inege& bN lSb isM.e meuts ar...

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 December 1869

D. DEIMar - e - - ZL Or. ----------- W 3IflIDA"I D.....3D=C3UD 3, 3gg9. Temms of SubcriP~ton. FIVE DOLLA A YEAR. MI ADVAN.L. Eer,,, b.c.T, , , who pa at this _acke, ti., -n -. El b etu el_ ,ve. i ~ be t olel e ta ihu en d ent. p ftr a te bsv pate TWor of AAdvotsilD. sTe space of r a bn 1 no to Nepedll type or ;a'. Ss a ua l! 25,, ew Weeks, n The sae of ten b et; twoem A en the 3*3 non 17 oq a .e on,.Ie a Ie n .....................10 oi lie, e, ept ;y speda a t. S. ! ankl. Jen , a3. l .S. __ _ AGENTS of THE BANNER. * w. F. Hiarn. Jeuarette, Le. F U. Lomb"d, Nwb era JAL D. JC. hile, AmoileIlin. La.,, DrE. G. Bliben, hea Bidge, La. 3 A. saoue, V.,UeiIoe, Ls. Crieea imu T. 3a~w1M, CmtrteOyi J. WLteS k Co.. o tde Nel· huh, em Ooen. trant, New Oeese. La. J. rtlnrr Walo No. 17 loyal arent New eOleaul, Le Thaes Tauhew, New Yek Kohl, Nsew Yank City. Ai eert musem i the p.kmbs at It. Lamby. Lear su-. Vermlloa, Ut. MLbw. Therm. end et. Mary, a *sbodrisd to ctems ogmate el te B3lA33 In getting ...

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. — 29 December 1869

e Ia, frts' r.a w town, paristh anb Stattr tems. LOCAL *NEWS AND ITMS PARISH or ST. MAr, Dec. 29d, 186. ElecUetm. Next Monday an tlection will he bea In FeakL for Mayor, Councilme, Treasurer, CoemsMe and Asaomr. Postponement. The Fair to be gives at Evins' Ball, har the baest of t'ie Episcopal Church, has been postpne to She 1th and 14th of Jamnary. Preaching. The Rev. Mr. Mallard will pesdh as the Msthadlst Church in this place the seond Sabbath In Jaumy. Mandaris On aa.ae. A friend inquires f M daAsa ge asede we Ia dse time prodce meadarn eranges, or will they change to the common oranges of the country He has some young trees not old enough to bear, and wishes to know. Some contend that this orange anot bhe prodesed hem the seed in Louislana. N,*amste. In tue ate election in Franklin Lodge No. 57, F. A. Me the following odicers were elected or the ensuing year: H. H. Smith, W. M; Jae. Todd, 8. W; M. Mayer, J. W; W. McKerall, Trees; N. Trowbridge, See; Will. L., SSmylie. Sr Deacon...

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 December 1869

IIt .fiub ab fat t Dpartuznt. lands m, the kl ci. s, whidh says sre Good: To iuov G iro S..-AIL yp a little '.. to the wr.mg. ade, sad the spose wil . To Rlsrw h lU--rnk an be taken oat of liaea b ling a piace of tallow, anad Wash -1*S Rio and the agots ill di ap pear. • 8rnuce Ur.--If yaoget a nm8on to pm a We point onte o n year; trim up 1w umut O .y make it easy and iaviti'sg. Dne't W 7,' cn't pad time to attend to the 1M P The freds. you have so rght to be . Yomr wife and childre wl ble , jou farm will sell for more mone in y m ml and will be worth more to yt a at home, y devote an odd hour now and then o . nire an. presing up. How TO KauEr GATE 7rOm 8aoIn3. A correspondent of an Eastern pper n the following plan, which he h. tried with good resals: ";et the han post e and d blfeet in the tramp wMI a th -oDas on the erie oppo the gpa; S,.ni ah sizt am inche d from poeth sils other. in this pt theeby"fon berry, or some other lasting timber, asn that it juse lls the spaes between ...

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 January 1870

e Ianaekrs' gau. ItR &ILE I "MA aLEs I PLANTATIONS. FARMS_ LIGE AU SAIL T11 6T LOF - -'r 3. $. EroZE IL3A D_ La" Agest, New Ibela. APFAR OF TWwRTY ACRS, WHOT MILEB Wae a hferd t- lhmfo slt. ; iro d a j A FIN DWELLING OUSE AND DS OR IUGRB ,erf eal, wMi ta>l UI. et e sewa d Freklt.L 4 TBRA EARI CITY HOTEL; THE WE0 T 1. pArts oc teme. Is A sOC.K FA. MiITRU MILES FROE ALsE t .he :tl., 95 St. n " Verm he w, mat°'-- emap. 1 arees se e smeysl.eseo ese, ad e miles seaemews t of iwberi. Thepime Is Uainproyej 1 ATUACT IN TR PARISH OFTI VERMILION ot.t.ir nip r r , o et Sar tt AThACT ABOUT ONE MILs FROM BAYOU and abo St t 90 a s MarO N 0 Tarpsit s - el , and abot terpate of rri r6enr o itis ad . f clhiva*eta. There are n. s provemeat Ie thelupasT aexepttwo erable aey M AVALUABLE TRACT IN IBERIA PARISR. t amiee P lat etileme.t,5 miles ber New Iberia, 487 arpeats. of whIsk 275 arpeats of cleared lad, aad Yh· bl a a r ýIP 4 ws t h be-odd w the place. sr pRulER.TY ENOWN AS THE McCLELLAN e Tr...

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 January 1870

afrrs' iX WRDwus DAY ........ JA aIA Ve, tsT Temn of "&b#AAte4pTp FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. is X NVi . Esury .nariber who paye.t 'thi. el o VlMk1tna. pctually in advance. will be e dtitled to a 4eduton of twenty per cent from the above' l4ea or lesswmooa, risttwtri 1 W rUYr .*-. .a. ":; .. I The eof ib r %t po Om mean"* ýiw eý M !w..rw0*mna. E3, O.trw- btern . a mU Uslhw, wwill be pUbite , lhe weeks and charged aer i . . The spa at a lir Ns for em a $3 73; two me s,5 75 tre month, $7 o0. A eolmn of the BANER contains 27 squares of non e tiee ptA h nlbr Admnitrltabe Ee looelegalSeu Netee.........-............... 10 00 Aanno.taeecautoeadldateatos oee............ 10 00 No credit givea for advertasiln Job work, or subdtrip tloa, ereept by peei agreemeLt FRrlidn. Jane. 8 181'9. A(ENTS 01F' THE BANNER. W. . Hudson. Jamerette, . t . 3. Lombard, New hIba, Lar, WirJ. C. NifLb Armead , LIIa. Dr. . B. Gilbean, aw Bidge, La 3 A. Salles Vallravie, Ia. Captain Jesse T. aliwe, CentrevllejLa. Wharto...

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 January 1870

qt ~hutcrS' enr. garbauing in Seatt.jrn Lonisiana. Those who have been unable to plant sm ;ouably,tmay still plant lime or butter beans, mustard, okra, tomato, sadlsh, ly, squash, encumber, melons of all kinL, beet, pepper, Irish potatoes, corn, roquette and cress. In fact, almost everything adapted to March may be planted in April. Now is the best time to set out egg-plant, tomato and pepper plants. As the weather and earth are gelg warm, there is noth ing to retard pl Isi growing. and they will outgrow ose lanted elat month. English peas, the early arieties only, may be planted yet: and if the nest month is not too dry and bet, they will make a oeed return. This is the month to plat all kinds of pole beans. Any person fod of salad should idw curled endive now, and continue to do so at inrvaIs daring the next two months. It is best to sow it is drills a foot apart, and after the plants are up, thin oat to about six inches in the row. When grown larwe enough, tie up the plants for a...

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 January 1870

BEEVITR . I. Paraguay has abolished slavery. Wyoming has 700 women voters. Only eight c unties in Mississippi went Democratic. The veloipede mania is dying out very rapidly. The thiengoans call their one-horse street / ears bob-tails. A Xenia. Ohio, hog weighed 1,200 pounds killed and dressed. They charge a dollar in Connecticut te, call a man a mutton-head. The proposed canal across Cape Cod will cost about $10,000,000. Some Senthern railways issue half-fare Mckets for the holidays. Nearly a million acres of public lands have beetn taken up in Dakota this year. A New Haven coal dealer gives away a ton of coal with every fiftieth that it sold. A Sunday school u RBangor requires the constant presence of two policemen to pre ser-" , order. Hereafter the public debt statement will be printed in French And German as well as in E.tglisl. Soame Lo.r-ville denizens earn a living by skiiti,,ing Beargiass creek, over which are <- tens e pork-houses. The Nati, al Life Boat Institution, .,f...

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