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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 13 April 1870

AL AN tSATION, , FAI:OR I s LRI"E AND SMIILL TRACTS 0F LIND. E . . a-O."23.E.D, Land Agent, New Iberla. STOCK FARM. FIFTEEN MILES FROM ABBE ril .. near the mouth of Bayou Vermilion touching the Sea Marsh, 27H acres. 12 PLANTATION FOUR MILES FROM OPELO. 1 oos Y isores. 170 aees enclosed. good fences., an' a a,, '" ds.elling and out bulldings. This place is tl.0vr i nilr. fr.r_, t l slouas, near Bayou Mallet. 1 TRAt T OF LAND WELL DRAINED AND TIM 1bTrer 2t arpents,* parish of Iberia, on Lake Pg. nioe 1. rriles southwest of New Iberia. The place Is unimproved. STR..C(T IN THE I'PRISt OF VEIRMILIION S40 . rpents, fronting on lBayou Tl'ier:. 15 nmil* tr.th~.t ,New Iberia, little or no timb.r, land rich, omnitcprvei. 2 T'R.t;T AI)BOT ONE MILE FROM BAYeOU' T*. h'.pariih o; .,t. Martin.l 1l arpents tine w,.odlorl. an 1 al, 'it N ;.rl.,':,tt of opi n prairie, rich and etv , except tno "loutl,e cabins. ,J VAI TABLE 'TRAC'T IN IBERIA PARISHI F..'.... Joint s 'tlement. i mile. fr4n ; "v Ibria. ...

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 April 1870

ce gluters' gone. D. DNNETT - - - - Editor. O DNlESDA Y........... ..APRIL 13. 1870. Terms of Subscription. F~iE DOLL..RS A YEAR. IN ADVANCE. Every subhcriber who pays at this office, in Franklin. p tnetully m advans., will be entitled to a deduction of twenty per cent. from the above price. Terms of Advertising. The space of tealiea,eoreoae quare, in Nonpareil typ, r less constitting asquare. to-wit: One wr'ck, 81 50; two weeks, 25; three week , $3, fo r wec.lts,3 75; five weeks, 4 25. hen time is aot specified ort advertiemenl swill be yablished five weeks and charged accordinsly. OlOTIILY: TI.' space of ten lines tor one month, 53 73; two m fntihs, 5 75; three months, $7 50. A colwmn of the Bansat contains 27 squares of non otee fApplt'n for &dmiaistratorship of Estates. .$5 0 t.,uelloestion Notices.. ........................ 10 00 Aaeoaneementofeaadidatesfotoffiee............... 10 00 No creditgiven for advertising, job work, or subscrip E;on, except by special agreement Fra...

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 April 1870

qc 41autcr.s ' aniicr. The Conservative Press Convention. OUG(;T TilE PEOPLE TO RESPOND. tFrow the Natcitochea Timecl The Editorial Convention, composed of representatives of the Anti-Radical Press of Louisiana, suet in New Orleans on the 2d inst.. and passed resolutions full of practical good sense, and showing a true appreciation of the political situatiob. The address and resolutions which we publish to-day, have th - true ring, and will no doubt be endorsed not only by the conservative press, but by the lpopl of the State. But, while the res olutions expressed not only the sentiments of those who composed the Convention, and the entire Anti-Radical press of the State, but also refltcet the feeling of all the good pe.cople of the State. yet we fear that the call for a popular convention on the 25th of April next, " ill not be responded to through eut the Stte. We regret, therefore, that the Convention did not leave their "work as fi--tsubmitted and approved, without Mr. Daves's i...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 13 April 1870

Ieantes' ate j r. 0arbrcing iln Soutlgern uonisiana. APRIL. Those who have been unable to plant sea sonably, may still plant lima or butter beans, mustard, okra, tomato, tadish, parsely. squash, cucumber, melons of all kinds, beet. pepper. Irish potatoes, oorn, 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. tomano and pepper plants. As the weather and earth are getting warm, there is noth ing to retard plants in growing, and they will outgrow those planted out last month. English peas, the early varieties only, may be planted yet: and if the nest month is not too dry and hot, they will make a good return. This is the month to plant all kinds of pole beans. Any person fond of salad should sow curled endive now, and continue to do so at intervals during the next two months. It is best to sow it in drills a foot apart, and after the plants are up, thin out to about six inches in the row. When grown lar...

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. — 4 May 1870

LANI) ADVERTISEMENTS. E. IL Z sbere. ýREA L EBTrATE A"I-ENT, NEW-IBERIA, LA. as for Sale, a large St of te Moxst Select ad Deuir Ihl ter an * a flaen. Fuotun and Tracts of laE Is Alttaaes and It. Lamby. Tracts of Lead, Um waoved, i tLorg ea amil Q.aities, for Sale .ew ltrOia, April 27.82 A TRACr OF .AND WTsIL DRAINED AND TIM aeem. .. a ltes soatwwcrt of New Ibda. The plaee Aye& 1 STRACT IN TIHE PARISH OF VERMILION 11U0 ar.peat, fronting on liayou Tiger, 15 miles southwest of New Iberia, little or no timber, land rich, unimproved- 2 IfURACT ABOUT Oaf MILE FROM IBAYOU L Te ehe,lparish of t. M3 in,110 arpents line woodlsnd, ant I about 200 arpents of 6 prairie, rich and easy of c tpµ ation. There are ad impbvbrmeots on the place t pt wto douhbe cabins. 36 . T"RACT OP ELETAT ULNIXPROVED LAND near the Cole Gae Hlls, P mwies northwest of New II" las, contaiaing I L@ arpenta, with a small orchard and god rite for haidling, and lies within two mile- of M,r gSur Texab lltalaed. 64 .IESIR...

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. — 4 May 1870

D. DBWWTT - - - - - Editor. weaw sonr............ .. RAY s 1Z e Teams of pon. rays DOLZ.Aat A TEAI. UI ADVANCE Everm mbk r wbo ow at O n asCes in Franklin, pmeaUIto ihmee, wUi be mads.d to a dedUCtion of twety per eesm the .ewteea. Terrm of A.AwrtisinZ. WER LY Tile apa of tenlines. or esquare, in opareil typ r le contitqtiag a sql o, to-wit : Obe week, c1 30; two weeks 65 ; three weeks, .-3 tour weeks, 3 75; ivre wees. 4 S Weksn abe is not seied a ortadvertisemeats will be ablltsed tve weeks and ebr acc eordlingly. MO Ta Ll : T1i spac of tea lies for one moth, $3 75; two nmonths. 5 73; three months. 07 50. A column of the BIAtNE contains 27 squares of non pareil type. Notice of Apll'a for Adminis·rtatorfip of Estates- $50 0L iHornclogation Notices...................-- ..... 10 A nnoune.eentof eandidates to oce ... 10 00 -o credit given for advertlsing, job work, or subsrrip lion, enrceit by speial agreement. Frankliu. Jaun, 30. tled. (Lbitorials anb QDtl)cr ZArtilts. The Rev. Mr. Ga...

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. — 4 May 1870

"Lce 4 Iatos' lauunc. L1BTER PROM SUSSEBX Cn.stituted as man is, there must ever be sa :. it. ,tiv,, for his every action. and a union an.d combinatios of motive forces to de eslu, to their fullest extent his mental and physical faculties. The cardinal incentives to a display of all his energy of mind and body, whether civil iz.d or savag., bond or free, will always be fi,und iln la desire for competence, wealth, or fanu , the dictate of conscience, or demaunds of honor, restiveness under restraint, and *fe.ar of consequences from neglect of duty, I or disregard of interest. Ily f;tr the most powerful motive that ever nets ulalt the mind of the cultivated human bI,ing. is a d;-sire to reach a position which will constitute him-in so far as necessary li. ;Il r,"straints will warrant-the master ofI lii ,wit actions, render him iadepedent of tlt, sl:rices of fortune, and secure to him r..st,'i' t of hisr fellows. l'hi. craving for inilepedene, in every u ..i..i,, an.' :vo.'ati,, ..f li...

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. — 4 May 1870

rIn inant8rz £sianue. C3arbculing in goutcmt Lon~igiana. Those who have been unable to plant sea sonablyt:may still plant lima or better beans, mustard, olra, tomato, ladish, parsely,. squash, cacumber, melons of all kinds, beet. pepper, Irish petatoes, 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 getting warm, there is noth ing to retard plants in growing, and they will outgrow thoee planted out last month. English peas, the early varieties only. may be planted yet: and if the next month is not too dry and hot, they will make a good return. `This is the mouth to plant all kinds of pole beans. Any person fond of salad should sew curled endive now, and continue to do so at intervals during the next two months. It is best to sow it in drills a foot apart, and after the plants are up, thin out to about six inches in the row. When grown larg...

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. — 18 May 1870

LAND ADVERTISEMENTS E. $. Lam4i, 1 E ý sT$'rE .A.Q * T NEW IBERIA, LA. *Ta' for Sae1mA Lre list If the Se let mDrgis. bV Hngzr sad Cottag Patsl ms Ps, a sad Tmt " I 1.~1 iu Attakalms ad St. Lindwj. WtaQ w of Lan t, t aii.vnvc~, t. Larg>. ... ino Qaaall.. te Seos N w Iberia. Apri.3 UP.. ATIACT OFF LAND WELL IORAIOEI, AD TIN. l"Slawf 5s tws of ) a* Iberia. Thei a. __ Ijir ci~r o frkt blr A'T ACT 1)4 TilE P'NISi OP VERMILION 1 4W, ufmuro, frontlug s nLIayou Tiljer. t: sis, w'il :n wec.af Now Ib ja, tittle or mu £ianbmr, laud rich 3 ,tAC P ABOUT pONE MILE FRI.M BAYObU yii AcrA. o1JTh of Martin.1it9 are tisfir w. giII*1 P·1: u e _ - ?J airpegs1 u4 o . 9irc. rcu and r~ay of C"v 't i..u. 'ih.-re are uu i.ajkupVeuver ou he pIl.rr~ except " o "Inttbe e it4» 36 .+ TRACT Wi E) Ea.VAThL U INIMIOVEI) LA \I l u..u ti.e - urr Oele. 11 110, 8mites u.,rthw t t Scýr h laa c arp.-l.ts. 110 sh arpau U w rchia.d an. ''a a-v r tr a buaaA 'g. mad lies wmtbi two mile u(.oNa {;.,:.'. r ýx. .liilnaal 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. — 18 May 1870

gEbe p!atrs' pmT. Dn. D MNT ... . i. N . WI a S Rasi ..... r .... ...:..mat 1 $ 11t. Ternrms of mheclispto . FIV , DOLLAS A ..A3, IN AD. AZEC. Evern sabseribet who pays s this iee, In Pranklis p WtuaIlly in adaese. wil be esatie. to s a edoatio of St enty per cent. from the above price. Teram o Adavertimng. WarKLT The space of ten inse.oronesquare, It Noeparoeltypr r eas couptituting a square, to-wit: ane week. I 30; two weeks, t 25; thrOee week, 3 to .r weeks. $3 S; aye weeks.r 04 When time is not spoeIed abort advertiements will be 9pblished Pvo weeks and charged aecordiagt3. 110a t aLT: The space of ten Itu for not mseat, e3 75; two m *nths. 83 73; three months. 07 30. A column of the BAxMNt coutalas 27 squares of or - preil type. N .tic. of Appll'n for Admlaistratortsbp of Estates. .05 0 i .:.elvgastiian Notices.. ...................... 10 It A , ounceranrt of caadidates foe offce ............ 10 O, No credit given for advertuing, Job work, or subecaip tioM, esmept by special ag...

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. — 18 May 1870

*Om, .arP'sh aab Stat Jtms. 'MUMPS AND MgAMLES.-Tb. muej. and_ mne".ll wer lately hbd " ron through thib countiry. at thr rf.th.ae havew been light. Pr~t.\i.1, psx -Thris. is-nln wi r. M111 Pit YMU : ', . Xr -Towite 1834'f mWeI. stIT p',. 0 - ,It, f 0 t4".-4 .tfl1PhjE the rF 4u 13i"- tes r part .4 #1.. pariahh-at Bruslarar op.] in whe i rew Teus4-. DTMsiTAtV.- Ti.e el. nigbts and dry wt atthrlfam ju.radc d dyascntery all thbnMgh this *ee-tiim a csanty, Thene-cold nights in May are eztramlriaary. We have msot had m.eh a 51twll of weather fur nearly furt. eanrs. e . --" .- -- Rl:xMoVFD.-Ouf -mu:.rprjmiag ,siglhbor-. Ms-s.-r-. Pe-t.nrman A Kramlage hu.re re-i miovedi from lhet-ir omW stand in Odd F-llhow-' IIl.l. ts, t.e ne-w tre of Sauulsonu Le.vy. iann.r i nit of II. II. Smith & Co.. and ntwarl salis..ite- Ijuat Mf Marcus Walker, on .Mui"; aireer. T"lG.y haveY a flue astuck of unew gaood-. a cinpI.-t;: amsortmunst adapnlte to. tin-, sas as.. tami tht. harve a Imtig list of sold e...

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. — 18 May 1870

* 0 - .-A ~.. v.4ai1 hd a -plb. ,i s and...u.. - asllpll maik. .h tee;o a e o wrer ho+d.-s . a. ,.4C oClt we rwals due _"+Lisgases + t b M laes base polled. nt tow s ains .p to stakes oT shoul b s kep O klaog breo a frrom thei 9 - >itsw · e ro for bold ing a tento ires. A s take ma t be drives by emach wl.e, al te vina tied up; ,Lte - a * drlw oear seal ib othe row te p _ eighLt t feet lan iii two eto - d'b ver whtot epther t l t6il r.e Tihee should be two fst upeur and fers.. a inos from the to ofeah to the r e ad Le2 on stripsof cypress the.o feot lo em thb top of each pair of thesek a d tLh lay nine feet pirut. us oeah side of ae ~o uhmter+, the whtles length of the row, mand be be inue hang over thew. Or ran a irted twine the whole lengthem each side, in pie. of the plues. Bupgh brush thrown msad tomatc.s, dues very well tamtkep the via.e and fruit true touching the grosud. throw plenty of old m.oore e lose steed cucumber and ,lod vi-es, and sped -it In a foot deep ant two fe...

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 June 1870

IANDI ADVERTISEMENTS. E. > Ambrd. -IEAý. ESTATE Af" NT, NEW IBERIA, LA. Ila. for Sale, a. Iar list od the Meet Select and Dmira 1~ Sgar and Cotton Plantations Farms aad Tir of i...ai1 o Attakap sald St X LIry. Trakeons L Unimproved., iu Large ad Sm"l Qulaties. for la New Ibfria April27.1 d6. ViTRCT OF LAND WELL DRAINED AND TIM bered, 908 arpento, lt ib.eia on I sa ke a ,ie,. 1.5 iles soutbweat o ew l Iberia. .he p1is shalaproll 1 _TRIACT IN THE PARISH OF VERMILION .A 400 arpents, fronting on Bayeou Tiger, 13i miles : ,uthwest of New Iberia, little or no timber, land rich, unimproved. ,TRAI r ABOUT ONE MILE FROM BAVOV' Teche,ilarsh of St Martin,ll0 arpents fine woodlsnd, a.#d about LO0 arpeats of open prairie, rich and easy of cultlvatina. There are no improvements on the place excepttwo dooble cabins. A TRACT OF ELEVATED UNIMPROVED LAND Snear the Cote Gelee Hills, d miles northwe-t of New Iberia contaiping 110 arpents, with a small orchard and gfood tit, or a building, andf lies ...

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 June 1870

h ~ rr~~~ ~~JOSE 1. , I~f TFri-r of± iiý! o-ýril'lionl. F V ,--r ly1~ 11 i Al' t., .,. . I X'rfl !;e1 c t,.:; .;tu ll,::1 ".1,., t. , .·.n ;! ~ i~ fo irtre.. ii:, ..z . · ·: p IIce i··: ,t.11 .; :'r f - A ro.,ut. oo ,...i S ..- ..... 10 00 .a i 'l: \ l t '/1,o tlC 1 '.1 i A'1.- --- Ie. - , . V.. . Alillt ut, (l| 'rlf.il .t- ln -r .',ic.i.h Ai."ry, will plea-e accelpt oUr n ih .f t f" irw.ws fOI.. Ou:.r O NE l)nLL.::--For this .t::.l ,un,: 3ou can subcrit.c f (,uc .year to the new quar'erly m:igazii L, "ThIe l'resent Age," which will be elcga-tly il!nstratcd, ard con . is istrestingreading matter, useful infor. mnation, and cUrri.t ecws go.;ip. Adlrcsi, J. Curtis W\ldo. A severe carthll .a. .; ',e lr: ' ... rieniced in the City of 3i.i icr. Tlhere will sc a m,,istcr x:uica:l liýival in New York. in .!:nto . A ifrttns ho.heads i organ is in elunr.se of c(:, c I tl:in for the oc 'a.ion, and all the lbu pi-it. ig the country arC expected to l io lit'sv oit tleond their has sos in the cr...

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 June 1870

FROM INEW ORLEANS. OUaR PAsHIOO LETTER FOR JU4E. NEw OILrEANS, May 27, 1870. GoSSIP. We are foirly entered upon the summer season, and the light and attractive costumc of our ladies, always celebrated fir their cx ceeding lneatness and good taste displayed in the selection of colors and textures, lead a charm to our promenades possessed by no other season, If the visitor to our city de .ire•s :o see an animated scene, lht him take a stand near the store of Capt. 1H. T' W\\alsh, and wat.ch the groups of elegantly dressed ladies and children who ias and repass, chatting merrily, admirig,r critici zing a:nd praising the display in the s!how a iudows, and, my word for it, he will say the Crescent City is a pleasant place even in summer time. Our friend, Capt. WVal-he, Nei. 110 Canal street. with his usual energy. has kept his store of boys' and youts8' clo thing. gentlemens' furnishing goods, shirt. neck wear, etc , full and complete. and it our own State Fair, and at the Texas Fair, it...

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 June 1870

&arbtning in Boutlcrn £ouisiana. 1tR JUNE. Not much can be done in the garden this month. Ditches should be kept open, aisles scraped and cleaned out, grass and weeds 'should be kept down, cabbages wormed, and if the Spanish or blister fly invades the gar den, dry shucks or bay should be thsown down near them, the flock driven into the litter, using a handful of bushes in driving them along, and then the bay should be burned; or, if a bright fire is built close by their feeeding ground on a dark night, they will fly to it and be burned up. Pole beans may be planted for a second crop; also, sweet corn for roasting ears. Tbmato and okra seed may still be planted; also squash, cucumber, melons, pepper, cel ery and cabbage. On the full moon of this month plant cabbage seeds on deep, rich, moist soil, for the fall garden. Plant cow pease and lady pease. Jane is usually a dry month, and if the garden is not in good condition and well worked, young plants may suffer, and tome of them m...

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 June 1870

LAND ADYESV~WT ERAL ~EAATE AGENT, NEW IBERIA, LA. li.. for 8ale, a hlrge list oftIe ort leleet and Deaira ble ulgar sad Co.oa Plsaltat s i and Tracts of lanM in Attakapas and St. Lanydr. Tracts of Land, I'Uimproved, in Large anu8mall Quantitlea..4r Sale New Iberia. April "27, 1 STRACT OF LAND WM,. DlAINilD A31D TIY ." b~"., . .rpeats,'pai, tetL eeI,L{ lAke Pag-, nim. 1.. n.Ulles ..thwest of New Iberia. The place Snimproved. 1 A TRACT I.. THE PARJSR OP VERIfIAON i 400 arpent, fronting on Bayou Tiger, 15 miles outhbwest of New Iberia. little or no timls, land rich, 1an .proved. X TRACT ABOUT OltE MILE FROM BAYOU STetbhparir of St. Martia,l ' arpentsfne wooodld, ;.-d aboof 1I) arpants of open prairie, rich and easy of rultiv tion. There are no impr vemenls ., the place except two double cabls. 36 t ItACT OF EI.EVATED lN'IMPROVED LA\D near the Cote Gelee hiHs, P miles northwest of rew ' bee'a, containing 110 arpents, with a omnll orchard and nordt site for a h'lildingr and li.oariitbin ...

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 June 1870

@14e 4ý.ner5' an nex. D. D zv - - - T - KIltor. W1CDNZSDA? - . V... UWUJm 8. 6, T. Tormn of unhscript4on. FIVE DOLLARS A TEAR, IX ADVANCE.. Every subscriber who pays t this ofiee, in Franklin, panctnally in advrance, will beotitled to a dedneti.. of twenty per cent from the above price. Ternm of Adverti~sing. W E E.K LTY The spare of ten aes,oronesquare, in Nonparail type r less constiteting a squar'. to-wit: One week, !t 50; two weeks. $2 23; three week-,$3 four weeks, $1 -5; five weiks, $4 25. When time i.uot specified short advertisements will bel published tive weeks and charged aecordinagy. MO.Tf H LY: The space ;f ten !ines for one month, 3 7j; two mont~s, $5 75, three u ,nthts, $7 0o. A roluma of the fBASNR contais 27 squa:red of non pareil type. Notice of Appli'nfor Admini:tratorh'ip ofE.tates.. $ 01. i.rneilogation Notices...................... . 10 00 Ann.auceeato candidattcs fr office..... ...... 10 00 No credit given for advertising, job work, or subscrip tion, errxcept ...

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 June 1870

ýi e 1antcrs' cr. l',vuxs.-There are plenty of plums now daily ripening on the trees. The plum crop I iý better than usual. -- -....-------- Ftos.-The new crop of figs hime come out fully a month beblid time. Trby were checked by late spring frosts, and cold nights in April and May. Figs" gemerlly begin to ripeu early in July, but we doubt if they will ripen this year, in this pasdt, before the first of August. BIt there will he an abundaut crop. Tius REv. Ma. TarP.tr.-The Rev. Mr. Trippett, pastor of the Methodist Church of this place, has been called to preach at Baton Romae, and the Rp.. Mr. Chapman is to fill his place at Franklin. It is a great misfortnne to our village to lose -o dle an expounder of the Seriptures, and .o , eful a preacher as the Rev. Mr. Trip peti has prove d himself to be. That con gregation is forttmuate which liatana to his fern 'nt di-courses from Sabbath to Sabbath, and that community is favored which enjoys the bhle-ings of hi' daily and weekly influ cu...

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 June 1870

greanbietrs'_ anur. *arbcuing in 9ontllru Lonisiana.I FOR JUNE. Not much can be delo in the garden this month. Ditches should be kept open, aisles t scraped and cleaned out, grass and weeds should be kept down, cabbages wormedL, and if the Spanish or blister fly invades the gar den, dry shucks or hay should be thrown down near them, the flock driven into the litter, using a handful of bushes in driving them along, and then the hay should be burned; or, if a bright fire is built close by their feeeding ground on gdark night. they will fly to it anid he burned up. Pole beans may be planidtl for a second .rop; also, sweet c..r' f. r roasting ears.1 Tomato and okra .-e,d may still be planted; also squash, cucumber, melons, p.pper, cel- i ery and cabbage. Ont the, full moon of thbis month plant cabbage .-seedis on d. ep. rich, moist soil, for tie fi!: garhd.n. Plant cow pease and lady pease. June is usually a dry i:,intmh. antd if the garden is not in goodI cmditio: and well worked, youn...

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