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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 26 January 1870

II.ANTATIONS, FA iMS2 LIMS US SrUl7 j"--w- iUR -. Z K. Z& 40 2m, LuaqdA ~FARIMOF r d .1West of Ne kitchen furnituw.sf A FINE D UET Asire Lo t, I r iw siI ir~ S4~ aPQI) -OI U ROPERT r KNOWN AS THEN Mc. 1. Tract, aed heOp n w.lmut of¢ -..u we. It tumbeaus 80a0 s.rr nOaHd hf of leared. It b.e it .m sle n at adn n or. pdLmLt. The dwelling and . aeeses ans gedL. It is dYl$a ,ljPERT AiI,, , M ACMS, . OVU, c lead. Siated ear aadrrs ad 11g u mes be with th pece Aro, 15 merh csae, adh ethershonce eatfe a ros e of oeen, S go d horns, gens eO oheep, h.lgs etc. a I TrAit r1WO ILEs IA D HAL SO UTH Swest of New Abar, mau w S ae rane, fee, a'.d in coiti.atroa. A dwAisa b~deta slrero and front gallery, kche, dse moos sed a nees r .fhour s anm cern mam. The L rtk as the . .s wer be sld at reooae blie priees. 3 A.AM TWO IDA MDmLE PN O bW WE ld ot rhma l weed4 apedal egras and atded, homes tin M two meoa, stss arsme hs, kMehel, ad other lt,.din: . eores ple abduGss 1 ATRA( OF LAND IN THB PARISH OP...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 26 January 1870

F EL - .N a- I. L LL. W .. WUIDWNISDAY ........JAUARY S, 170. Terms of Subscription. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAHL IN AD'ANCE. F-ery aubscriber who pays at ths office, in Frap.lln: Smcumly i advacmee will i entitled to a deduffon of, teaty per cent rm the abveprice. Terms of Advertistng. WZsKLY Thespace ftenalees, oreesqaare, oapardittype Ome w ek.. 1 50; two weeks, B 5; tbreeweek, 63 fnr weeks, $3 75; 5ve weeks, S 25. When time is not sper ho tedotvedflmat entm s will be pubilhed five weeks and charged aeerdlng. MON rHLT: The sp.A of ten lime for onme month, 43 73; two moths 5 675 three months, 7 50. A colum of the B lt contains 27 sqares of not otie of pplia for Admiidstrato-hip of Estate .05 5 H'.melogatio Notices.---------............100 Announc wr. utf ecadldtee fec odies..........-10 00 N. ..-di, igvenfor f 'tirOlt , job work. orsnbucrip tiea, except by special agreement. Franlkli. Jiae. 30.18., AGENTS OF THE BANNER. W. F. Hudson. Jeaaerett, La. E. Hi. Lombard, New Iberia, La. ~,r. J. ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 26 January 1870

otuLn, alri6l) ad State 3tcms. .~::INGLIKs~.-Leaves begin to put forth from the blackberry, the willow, and other b :.e., shtr.ibryv. and tre,.. 1..tvro.--The wreck of the Rob Roy, 'i'h -- l,, ckcd up ,the lnavigation if tl.e l'ayou Teche below New Iheria, has b cn remiovid. ..... oeo--- "::)n CAse.-The seed cane of the parish is keepli:;g we;l. But little has yet been -TI.i. C,,iso.-.Stranges continue from week to week to make their appearence on the' Teche in quest of lands and new homes. C ,.ru)Ier.ns.-Gardeners should continue froia week to week to prepare their ground for early spring gardens. No time to be w::ct,-d. WVr.;TnEIt.-Attak pas has been drenched with rains lately, and all Western Louisiana h's 'len dle!iged in the same manner, at li.,t n- ,ar up n, Red Rivcr. Tni: '1'Ecs:cW.-The bill for cleanilg out 1:.e T'eche, so creditable to Mr. Tupper and C{ ',. Trrnidrd, is now I -,.re (Cong'ress, and lids fair to become a law. A:;' u.'ii :a CONCEIT.-TLe succe s of t lhe la.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. — 26 January 1870

et* ZIanerrs' RPun.tr Oarbcnting in Soutltrn 0onisiana. SORB JAttARY. Gardening should now be attended to promptly, whenPeer the soil and reather will justify it. Never stir the soil when it is wet. The ditches should all be cleaned out, and the watr should not bq permitted to stand in any pert of the garden. The soil should be thoroughly spaded to the depth of a foot, at least. The surface should be thoroughly pulverized with a rake. During this mouth continue to plant onion sets, shallots, garlic, leeks, beets, cabbage, casrots, cress, roquitte, mustard, lettuce, English pease, parsnip, spinach, seskle, Je rusalem artichoke, suckers from the common artichoke, and late in the morth plant Irish potatoes. But the above, except the onion tribe, mus tud, roqiuette and lettuce, should be planted sparingly, always reset ving an abundance of seed for March planting, since most 'tender plants before March are liable to suffse, from beating rains, severe frosts, (or cold and long continued ...

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. — 9 February 1870

_ _ - -l FOR S.LE I! eR E.4LES i PLANTATIONS, FARMS, AND L~IE AE D BSMALL MTAST oF LnMS. -rT 3m. Mo e~o .s Ra Land AgiM #w iIwa " e. ofR N. -.ra,, ,ndt ,. M stRd,, kitchelortetrea a'r keM .3 .FIATE OrDWlLIAN, A©E NDRN -·,HnTM Scrne of laud, wi dln s 1l M -f Franklin. 4 THE B.?RARS-. . acrL- egg minST cationfor a Mid bIs .Qqn lw part on Ume. S STOCA K F ARm, FPRU OLaS VEOM AIM Arvie. merthemout o Bay VemlUom toMbsn PLANTATION FIOUR MUs rr B ,RIPAIU au, 309 acre, 170 per eneooed, Ci rmds, - w4 ling , ad out b,,ndhs. T'he. h dun. usrem Op s. ear Bayou Nebt 3. A TRACT OFr LAIND WELL DIRAINED AND T. 1 eed" s rpesan, peslek ef ibela, e Lake Pug niem, 15 tle southwest of New Iberria. The pl.se is unimproved. 1 TRACT IN THE PARISH OF VERMILION 0oo arpents, frontinl on Bayou Tler, 15 mile swes m o(d New Iberia little or me tmber,, had rich, unimproved 2 ATRWM ADOUT ONE MILE PROM BAYOU, m seo w e de. Iiri rieaba f AVVLUABLE TRAIT EN IBERIA PARISH. _ rra Poitsettle pMBo New Ih , I2 woodaJd 4 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. — 9 February 1870

0 wit-AZTr aik Zanrr r D. DE S ' - - Editor. W lflCslAif r....FFP1.URUART.9. 1S2 . T.'mse of SuIscripti . F1ii DOLLA1F A TEAR !: 4Dt"AW'Cfr EFvpry subosiber wlw pap)at tuis ofie. In tnu1b'TI. punetuehty in advance wvli be .ntletet S a dbhcti ofr twontr tier erat *.w the above prib. Terns of Advertisiýng. Theopacea JteuhImes.aNo.r.mia Au ospa llý o r yeoatItutlag a square, to-Wii c Oeweek SI W !wn wMks,! IS 'hreb creek$I. fourwsks;13 .VAi warts. 2s, Whef time iuorette spliebdabortadvortie llmu 4r publlsd five wegt zn charrb d a cg4 rdIogLy: he~apaee of ten lines for .fie i oath. 03 ianomd.05 %; three months. $7 S0. A elamp of th RANUSM cotaki ~ sware ara t Oir WofleoT pphi'nfoiAdminstalh~tor~bip of E.Zatcs .U HoadqeP a Rldisc.. ........... e Ana. inc tes·esdMteefotee :........ 10 00 Nofreodltgive for -,4wertnasing jc. wore. or tubscifip tios, ei~t by ,peeiai agreement. Fra klin. Jame, 39. 10(h). AG(EN4TS OF THE aSAWNE 1. W. F. Husona, Jeanerette, La. . . H. Lombmrd, New Iberta, La. ,...

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. — 9 February 1870

tZown, larisI) anb State Ittms. LOCAL NBWS AND ITB Health. The l. alth of of our parish 1s good. Thesr b some complaint of colds, but nothing aerlms. Sold, Mr. W. P, Kemper lately parnL sed the Pama Plnts tion at a little over SlO,10,. Seolt a meeaimai mam. Presbyterlam Preathlmg. The Rev. Mr. Flynm, from New Orkhes, will prwain Ih this place nextlSabbath. The Cathoile Chmreht. Se-vices are now held at the Catholie Chbrek I. th1i place regularly; by t!s Roev. Father HarMal, with whom his cngregatioa appear wl pleed. The Weather. ,The weather is still too wet. The piatemu make but I little headway in patting their seed easae I the gresd. I.Jre Labor. C Negro laborers continue to arrive in this parifh, from Stat's farther East and North, and so far as we man leara the supply of labor in the parish is mow searly eomplete. At least five or six headred laborers have been broeght to St. Mary in Scet six meath. t Mardi Bras rMD. The young me about town are making prepeamtle for a grand Mar...

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. — 9 February 1870

t 1ant s' ainntr. earbdninQ in Bontl1trn £ouisiaua. * FrT FEBRUARY Gardeniug should now be attended to promptly, wherever the soil and weather will justify it. Never stir the soil whenit is we-t. The ditches should all be cleaned out, and the water sbo'dd not be permitted to stand in' any part of the garden. The soil should be thoroughly spaded to the depth of a foot, at least. 'the surface should be thoroughly pulverized with a rake. - Dou ing this mooth continue to plant onion pets, analluts, garlic. leeks, beets, cabbage,. canurts, cress, roquette, mustard, lettuce, Englheh pease, parsnip, spinach, seakle, Je rusalem artichoke, suckers-from the common artichoke, and late in the month plant Irish potatoes. But.the above. except the oni.. tribe, mustard, corn, potatoes, roquette and lettuce, should be planted sparhigly, al wnys reserving an abundance of seed for March planting, since most tender plants before March are liable to suffer fromn hbeating 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
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 9 March 1870

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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. — 9 March 1870

ý ..... tiam. D.3m33 .w aII?, Tnern or UNboiwIpst' tIvU DOLLAlS A Y<AR.tU AbytWOE. lrrr wb*M? wboN ý N. M.. Is vsu~llo a..t..ll7 (0 MvM.., lilt Mrull ýweotq ;z'.: ON. Me tte tt*.""' Torn. of Ady.tlOas WOENLI i uUtiymhin.i 7;BeeHe. Whorr. time (~r~~ eeteleeetivette~et wftthe ,ub .0s. of w..he.,e. ,e ehaue aeeavdimal p PINS .l· .tt*nO IML, 5.wo I1two w.Y.M ;ths.wN" Theereee tea Item Ores. meal... P7 WI..hets.. three meth..b0tdr..eS wP M mcL* ef Narr . i *eeeeeeeeemldI@Uee . WnCIIOU T e. b.rsdweeel..ea e. 105th eh tw re~atthM IL..jeaetN. V __N. t~omý...sill. 1a0I11 I...Iw V N.g. of eo .fA vMudnl.Wnr.N..tiMds."M . r $ 11 0 . . .. . . . . .. . . .. ... 11110 AGENTS OF THE BAI3SUE.1 W. P. Uldaoo. Jeernette, L. U. H. Lombord, New Ibe tLa 1L. Dr. J. C. Mll., ArnmtavHe, La Do. n.. ob.uau, renoqsidge4L&. IL AA. .Selle.. VmmlllonVle, La Captla J..e T. Ihddwla, ContrevUllo4L . Wharton & Co..1 over the Ntllo.al BSek, 0 Iome.s trest. New Ore.u. La. J. Cuart Wldo, 8I5 L Ch.tle. .0tr.t (...

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. — 9 March 1870

4Il ` uanters' `ga ter. [ onlnaed rrom ant pa. ishe!d master which had only been intro. dueIl in thbr Convention without having been nlti ..n, or ito publication authorised, and Iv au:: pnubli+Ised ineorrect reports of the dlt n., tlereforo be it I..i'v ed, 'That the reporters of the daily prcaý .' fNew Orleans and of all other jour. inul rn lprlsntedr in the Convention, be re" q.,.teil to withhold front publication any flrthlr reports of our proceedings until the atw halve been authorised by the President nod l srr ,tary of the Convention. nn mLotion of Mr. Dennett lInuonlved, 'Tlat no report of the proceed. i- I,' this ('invention shell be furnished s,, j r.pl epresented in this Cony in nu:! .erili . to by the Secretary uomTis A recllsidration of the report of the j,,rui. ,' on " Education and the general it ,i -t.. If the pras" was granted on ,.atiijno .i' Mr (lanthreaux, who presented ch tii r,,!lIwing substitute for section Brst: y I ItihIg of the opinion that the establish- w ...

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. — 9 March 1870

e buiters' aRnnir. ýarbaniag in toutbrn £Cuioiana.u Ton MARCH. Mltreh is the month for elctie sprlng gar d l.ing. Nth time should now e luost li putl- I tiug tii- ground in complete ordee. 'this work should have been done earlier, but br lminv couild not get the libor In nseaon. In the ilnolth of March, gardeners in the luti tude of thie parish of 9t. Mary, may pilnljt, :Sw. transplant, etc., as follows: Lim, stint. I and pole beans, i kra, egg l1 ut t tmanto mus t.rd. radish, pireley. sage s,iuuaih, cucum tir, nutmeg meinns. watermelons, pIpper. It bwh. eorn, lettuce, cabbage, turnlip nii air English plase. ee El.iul blans haull not beiplntled before o the Iididli of March, and it is nlwnay best to I plnutt them soon after a rain. If planted II elht biefor a rlin that happens to lant a day me ior two they are pretty sure to rot. If there bu is not a trellis, or an arbor already made for on lii boans to run upon. plant strong poles In be theI ground a proper distance apart, make no ...

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 March 1870

A FrS D1 FI L THE BRASEA EARt CLTY IIoTL" TaIu SIg 'O) P eatn ite. •a ir 5 A STOCK FA . rrFWT x BasR rPoi A - vine. mn emo.. or ayoh Twee lag rACkT. I E P RS O VEMi ION outhwest o w r aM a IM d:1 Al4TRACT AB OUT ON MILE FROM BOP OU nd. about .0 3 r0peats of open prairie, rich fdanceay of uldvatwo. Tera mto impmvlmeats ln alie slae xcepttwfrdouble cabins. a 3 A TRACT OF LAND W3LL DRAINED AND TFIM. beirsed tai au t of ot en a Lake ag. Isnmprorod 1 ATRACT IN IBE PARI O PAF VERM1ION Fa40se Panats tt frot ,5i mile Bao TigNew 1 erllm southwest of New Iberia, 151. or as limber. land~rich, unimproved. 2 ,TRACT ABOUT ONE MILE-FROM BAYOU 7 arpeuts, of whlch 75 ar rpet s of cleared land, and aboout 1 arpets of open prairie, rich anrpem y of cane, ativtiond lm. Ther valed no imr, to be sold withe lace except two doble cabins. 36 IVALUABLE TRACT IN IBERIA -PARISH. FTract Posituate.illment5 miles sothm Nwest Iberiof Ola, 4It7 hasrpeit one. of which 275 arpeat of leared land, and. 212 woodland; 6 ...

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 March 1870

e 4ljuC rr s' t alt. D. DggJNETT - - - - - Edttor. WRAN zazN. za.. W.n'QRnDAY.......... .MARCH 3. S.$70. Tewma of tRw~heriptiems. FIVE DOLL A AY AR, LXI ADVANCE. Jvenw aabacribertsw plst tlbs e5e, ia Pranklin. pa1- tually in advaace. w estitled tr4 i dedt tion of twenty per cent. from the abrove gl . Term% of a vel sinr The spce of tinMa.s a nemasq is e1ar il type r le- constitutiug a square, to-wit: Our week, SI 50; two weeks, 25; three wpe, 3, tar weekt .3 75; Ihe geks. a5 25. Whbe time inot specifed shortldvertfl ments will be pablishe Alve weeks ana ehearge sacordi.t." WOel't1 LY: The space of teo les f one ne moath, 3 75; two morths a.5 5 three months, $7 .q. A columa of the BANNER cotains 27 squares of no - pareti type. Notaee o Appi'a for Adminiatraership of lEat.- .-5 O Iomlotgatiea Notices....................... 10 tL Annoenementof eandldates foroffice ............ 10 0' Neeredita4s.a for .:dvettai.g, job work, or subscri|, tion, except by special agreement. Franklin. June,...

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 March 1870

duty it out, with power ales neces.ary I If this can not 1 on, suggest to the planters, t each should se t',, is own employees. There is, at present, an abundance of good virus, and the expense woe.ld be a trifle in comparison with the pro tection afforded. A single visit of the physi cian et an appoiated time (when all on the plantation could be prepared) would finish the business. Our physicians, I am sure, would willingly vaccinate all indigent per sons gmntis. I find that many are under the impression that, because small pox has not spread, it will not. They say: "it has existed in New Orleans for the past six months, and would have spread blog ago, if it was wping to, as there has been uninterrupted communication between the city and every plantation in the parish during that period." Let me assure all, whose fears are allayed by muno reasoning, that the writer's experience (and he has wit nessed more of the disease than he ever wishes to see again) has been, that small pox lin...

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 March 1870

seeds planted last fali, also ono'T r aff.v be planted. Garlics, leeks and eschalot' Smay be planted. * English pres should have been planted earlier, but they may do well plaited it Maieh. Irishbpqtatoes may still be planted. though they should have been planted early in February. Lettuce, beet plants and cab-, bage plants, if large enough, should be trans-' planted. Late varieties of Eugn!sWl pea's shbold be plantedr4t once. Early varfrfies may be planted this ounth and next. A top dress ing of ashes just before hoeing or hilling pease the first time wilt increase (hei? pro ductiveness and their growth. Wood aslms kept in a dry place are an excellentgfertil izer for all vegetables grown for their seeds, or their pods, beans, pease, etc. Bonel wood il the best manure for cucum bers,.melon.. squashes. For cabbage, let tuce, beets, etc., nothing is better than well Sretfite barnyard('nasure. It is always understood that with soil such as we have in Attuak.pas, based on a retent i. su...

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. — 30 March 1870

V OSEK-~-- F O T M O F- ST.--- - -- _- _-- _ THE SMdýO FOR TSI 84UTH.-."PROVIDENCE HELPS THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES." FAMEg SIIIL ., FPIASELW, PArMI OF ST. MART, (ATTAKAPAS) Lt., WEI.ESDAY, MARCH 30, 1870. .MBI IER 45. " . .. ..~ 1u5 _ _.:::-.. ... -r . .. . h. . .,ht .L . .. . . . . . mm I mm l m m mm m PLA TATIONS, FAR1S, LlIRGE IND SMALL TRACTS OF LANI. -BY E. H. LOMEARD. Ladmd Agent, He Ibe.l a. FARM OF TWENTY ACRES, EIGHT MILES West of New Iberia. well mproved; HoUeebeImad kitchen fnrntnre also f ae. No 3 FINE DWELLING HOUSE AND 81E 01R IGRT I meres of land, within the limit. o the town ot 'ranklia. THE BRASHEAIR CITY. HO'IEL: THE 81s? 1.0 I ti_- for a hotel in L.ahear Cis p rI t oah Part on tune. 5 SSTICK FARM. FIFTEEN MIFXOM A38E. the Sea lltrsh 7720 saes it iirie near theomont Vn A PLANTATION FOUS _ILS$ PROM OFHLDU s- na,311 lacres, 17i a~e meed, good femae, d goo'I dwecinug sad eat bulina. This place is eleven miles from ipeloata , a ir Blay. Mi llet. 31 A TRAC'o OF IAD WELL...

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. — 30 March 1870

D. DENNETT - - Editor. sa R AN SE =a I 1. Ia. o WRD.I. eSDA ........... ARCH 30. 1 . Terms }f Subscription. I FIVE DOLLAR8 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. ) Every subscriber who pays at this oBee, in Franklin, p lnetually in advance. will be estitHed to a dtduction ofI twenty per cent. from the above price. Terms of Advertising. WEEILYT The space of tenllnes,or onesqnar, In Nonpareil type r les ( vnsttting a squre, to-wit: One week, 01 50; two weeks, $2 25; three week-, 5.5, forl reeks, S3 75; five weeks. 4 25. When time is not speeided shortadvertisements will be 1 pablished ive weeks and charged accordingly. MONTRLY: The spare of ten lines for one month, 83 75; two t msuths, $3 75; three months, $7 50. A column of the BANNER contains 27 squares of nor- ] pareil type N tc of Appli'n for Adminitratorship of Estates..-5 01O Homelogation Notices........................... 10 00 t Annonueementofeandldatesfot offie ............ 10 00 No credit given for advertsling, job work, or subscrip tion, exce...

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. — 30 March 1870

r-- - (C ; rlxntcr? Srimd LOUISIANA SUGAR. l'e lre sent low, unremunerative, and Y'ill declining price of Louisiana or raw sua: rs, notwithstanding the advantage of a protctive tariff of from two to five cents per pound: the cause or causes which ope rate to produce and maintain this low price in the face of this protection, and a home preoduction totally inadequate to meet the demand for home consumption, and the measure necessary to adopt by which the evil effects of this decline in price may he obviated or made subservient to the interest of thie producer, should enlist the cool re ti,ctilon and speedy action of the planting eand subsidiary interests. It is not necessary ti enter, at large, or in an elaborate manner upon the causes which operate to bring down the price of our productions, or the influence upon the inter est and prosperity of the sugar culture, present or remote, but a plain, concise state Itent of existing facts, is all that is required, in order that all having ...

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. — 30 March 1870

e Iantctr' ' auner. Q3.t.tb ning in Sontljern Louiciana. FOR ilMARCH. Marchl is the month for active spring gar denuing. eNo tnie should now he lost in put tiug the ground in complete order. This work should have been done earlier, but many could not get the labor in season. In the month of March, gardeners in the lati tude of the parish of St. Mary. may pIlant. sow, transplant, etc., as follows: Lima, snan~ and pole beans. okra, egg plant. tomato. mus tard. radish, parsley, sage, squash, cucum ber, nutmeg melons, watermelons, pepper. beet, corn, lettuce, cabbage. turnip and English pease. Lima beans should not be planted before the middle of March, and it is alway best to plant them soon after a rain. If planted just before a rain that happens to last a day or two they are pretty sure to rot. If there is not a trellis, or an arbor already made for the beans to run upon. plant strong poles in the ground a proper distance apart, make a bill around each pole, plant about five beans in...

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