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

E:. ll. -t RF_' AL ESTATITP A ENTNT NEW IBERIA. LA., lit for Sae. rdarge list. i~le Sngar an Cotta* Lands ,Atxkapas t $t. I impToeid ,InLuareas w erwabe gt117. - ATRAC' OF LAND l !1 bed, 15 sHrpes lYawýY& Diem. 15 ýctle 1S- wat{ýip·L~ný? - tTRlACT Tz r Pmx I$$ `Am ' Y 11! 1 !W n~t. *smtimg on Say.. 'lsr t..vimi 3outbwec " New Iberia, litti or eo tiibi'r ,I..ld rich, aaimpro ' J. _` TRAM AWMJTO1I) O 1E A Te:Se~parsM of !5.2ýrRnnll0a poets f rj.1 about SxfO £rpent. of *pea *aIT if. sf-h &o ý excrittw, doabletldp 1'ikACTOF E' LLFAý'D EM3&Pi'li6Di 3! tit rte oiax rrp 3 - rl s', ' tho R JI road " :aerpl troe iunei iaId. l: undetro -'e ir'iit :. (1it:e . rifor l3i!,1 do iI30€. v°'33:1, .ý ."; ~t! rqoui,i'3r bail-n ,t. aolI ntuem we~t" " c< 3 . ~u-k '* b~.ri of r^,r t .':1 ur .i_.,XIi a \1 pt c fr..., T 4I r. r!- n rf? .eti , { 113rx1:1 .31111 to I.,ltVL' 1 i4JI'3I ir .(t. i i ot .i . all unde.r ";ljtee ý ii 1.1trle !.. 4Ct4 tt La ".ý m rt ii \ -a i" .1 N )1'\ .1 ,j t lztte....

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 July 1870

(fie 4,lantrs' anuct. " Jt D. DKNNUTT - - - - - "igy WrKDIIBDA'3 ..............JLLY 13. 370', Termn of ISuecriptiol. 4 PIVE LDOLLARS A YEAR. IN APVANCE. l.er'.nbcribe1r who pay at hi oee, ,ta. ttsklS. pmctuallv In admrnee. wl be etilid to a 4deUs tweaty per cent. from the above price. Terms ofi Ad.erti ing. %. EEZLY The <pace of tenlises,oreaesqieae, I Nopsmreiltype or lee. cimutitutitg a square, to-wtt: Omeweek. l 10; two weeks . $225, three week',-., -Oer weeks. Kt 7; Ave weeks. 4 25. Whn time ia not specied asort advertisements will be I p tblish.4 Ie werek and charred acorditutr. MO4 TIlt. 3: Tahe s.ae. - tau line' for on.. rmonth, q 7~; two moatba.j; three months, "7 50. A catm of the ERAtCER eonlali 27L squae o sras - *-*e, type... oti e of Appli'n for Admiouitratorship of Estates..$5 .5 ilomeoetom Notles....................... 00 Anuoa m t of eandida tol o offioe ........... lO No ere4t gtven for advertising, jo work,. or soberlp lion, eceept by speeial agreement. Franklin...

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 July 1870

LIdnTY raOM.UmrUn.M" lTsh RKitUo, Tetmoids Paitm, usble paper, dated _ -" b0, s18o, (Ediaia.-l Cgleu, mpp) - Labor from Europe, mewtlamieg Boemis, etc., .1 have read with 'gdii p ea .1.~ supposing the reste bse the propo ition tade by me to the planter of Terre bonue, Lafourebe and :. Mary, wihdb -I thought you did not think wo.i s fl mue tioning, I ap glad to se rtot I ainuen--. Knowing full well your disposition ato e courage all public use 'w glad to see that you have taken the trouble to in form yoarsef about the in, Ior from that country, and that a "`meots witi your approval. As you have no doubt see my eircular. where I proposed to import Burpea.s-l bor, especially from Bohemia (my. `ati-ve country,) and as your refe.W.b4,hi above mentioned article is io 4hM tlafýu i I fdel it my duty to iuEf<mjur.euti d.ctp ecrued, that there is no doubt aboat its prae t.cbility, and if the planters wil(:' it, your parish, as well as.errebonne and IAlaobedr can be pruvided with the feshas...

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 July 1870

; ~7TfT7 -z S July dJ August in a-FI . . ur,. ee.,siderably neglected, at..bel :rav. This should nIot e suffered. ti... tinted inn spring crops. but whibk 1;;":e. ;, aw giie out, should be cleared off. T3 . ',un! -hould be spailed, ad turned l: atii possible covenre with a heavy 1;,. "J. ,1 loave,. No weeds should be t. ,, -d. "d. A garden kept clean ', t ' t cleanr the following g,,t lg their Irish pota Si July. They keep t .,ts by spreadling i. l.r, or ES the dry that alts up two or ,-ai. Any dry. , :. .".'prea"] out. '-Iighli to muake-a Sn, -eeds should ,be !"c parotected from S,. aying proper at i ag, plant.- t r iany 'till succeed. I i'h uilhtnettts. .. ...... .... : .. l It. hbigh ', it-t ii,. ., i . . i :-:- fr,.ily .ver it ipl:n,.- 1 hu n W } ,t ;iaLt . It , etle attacks thi" plant.-, U-a a httle wood ashes mixed with sulphur. gifted oler the s.t.d ted. - If tlie -ea=tin pIrovt favorable. water :m.1,,n. auskanwcln,. cucn,hin'r anil -quash am-ay he siwni witl, fair prospects ...

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. — 27 July 1870

I ANd ADV RT'Is EM will E5. U. L inburd REA~L BSTATZE AbjU1r, NEW IMaRIA, LA. HaaJur las. a lage Mit efI soae" M 4Deha ble Sagar aa CotteaPlasea.r 1CC ee Twra et bLamal d~ ue3 Ld ttrk r rd las F l.'aeM C a t UaIu ai-ed. Iad, L rma!& QaI q rea. tar h New lbr , Apdt 1. 13 ATRACT OF LADW W D nRDW L ED AND TIM* bIed, S7 ertpeas," ert& e, m laeM PF nie, 15 miles e o leia.. ie plow TTRACT IN THE PARIBI OF YNRILIJON outwet l Hef Nej to s timber, Lad rish, , Teebeu ' .were Bt.-E o ,pu.t - bli es.y -f cutime. Th re me mo pfovemes ta e 0-0-p exeepttwo 4eable esas. 3. A TRACT OF FLEVATED UNIXPROVED LAND uear the ('ate e Hills,8 miles orthwet of New Ibe4 containlag 110 arpeaes, with a small orchard ad good site for a bllhding, ad lies wit.s two .les do Mor gan' Texa+ Railroad. 66 DESI.RABLE SUGAR PLANTATIOW OR THE 1 Tech, 4 miles below New Iberia. contelaleg 400 arpents .!oerior lead, 150 ueder feece, sad 70 plaetel In cane; osnefodable dweg with 4 seems and otber requisite beldlagls, a...

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. — 27 July 1870

qe latnters' mar. D. a E- ----- -- a 13I1E~ J~gL=3 Di L-.' WD. 35Dh? ... .. . A. W DSbbDT ................-VU ST, tST* Trims of *ubecivptlon. PIVL DOLLAR8 A YEAR IA ADVAINCE. WerYs ter7ib r who par t this ode, In Pra.hlia. aortually in elvace. will be efUtlted to £ detectiem o bwety per at fee th above prie. Terwm of Adve'tliaig. The space .ftenlinesMoroetO Seqarda Keaparailtyl.e as le5 Conittuttnt alquare, to.wtt: One week, 1 50; two weeks,~ l; thrbeMwek*t3; fear weeks, $ 75; Ave weeks. N 25. When time is not speetled short dverstismeat s will be published Lve weeks and charged accordingly. e IOltMELT: The spe of tea limne for oqs month. P T$ r two metbhs, 75f three mouths, 67 i0. A comma of the BIArrK. contalns 27 aqeaes of sa-. tcea oppVnforAdministratorbip of Estate. .5 0 emologation Notices ........................... 10 00 amnaoacn.eatoftcandlidteefo ofie ............ 10 00 No crdlt gves for advertising, job work, or eubserip ste, except y special agrememt. lamkLlan. j oe 3 ti...

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. — 27 July 1870

LETTUR FROM RAVAlA. , A young lady of this parish on a visit Northb.by sea, in company with a New Or leans family, halting a day at Havana. In a private letter to hoem folks from ]ea York, under date of July fourth, writes thus: **I saw more odd sights in Havana than I aver expected to see in my life. Everything is so different from what I have been accus tomed to see in St. Mary. "All the ladies in Havana wear trails a yard or two long. All of them go bare headed, and a great many of them wear low neck dresses and shcrt sleeves in the day. O Even the negroes wear trails-r We saw several of them with dresses made of meal sacks, their trails dragging about a yard and a !calf behind them. "*I never in my life saw so dirty a place as Havana. But the hotel at which we put up way nice and clean. -The first evening we arrived there we took a ride out on the Plaza. We went to see .the Bishop's Garden, which formerly must .e. eemra sd. bat is a..aWas'iJW. to frequented by visitors and the p...

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. — 27 July 1870

Ineers! ~arnr. rining in Souttjrn Louisiana. FOR JULY. Gardens in July and August in thi country are considerably neglected. and be oeame grassy. This should not be suffered. Beds planted in spring crops, but which have now given out, should be cleared off. Th~ ground should be spaded and turned over, and if possible covered with a heavy litter of old loaves. No' weeds should be allowed to go to seed. A garden kept clean one year can be kept clear the following year with half the work. Those who bave not dug their Irish pota toes should dig them in July. They keep well till the first hard frosts by sprea.'ing tbhel out on an outhouse floor, or on the dry ground, under a building that sits up two or' more feet above the ground.. Any dry. eoo place will do. iIJheil'e spread out. 4I Wh or near tl.i ... ; slsu o 'I placed near it, so as to be protected iom the mid-day sun; and by paying proper at tention to watering. cabbage plants. or any others for transplanting, will succeed. When se...

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. — 17 August 1870

L&AND ADVERTISEMENTS H. I Loiushrd. REAL ESTATE AGENT, NEW IBERIA, LA. Haa for Sale a tareti Ietts Yom3l.ct 4dDuka bWe Sagar and Cotton Plmatlowa. Latin t Tract s1 Landin At sat Ut. Lsam7. Trnts of Ladi L'°' ^taed i ~aa4 Bs Qonatitiess hor Sat. \aw Iberiak, AtetIR7U AACT OF LAND WELLa DRAIRNED AND TIM berd, WB arpoan",* pashIdl berL , am lake P4 ni't, 15 miles so thwes of Newl berkia The pla S'improved. 1 4 TRACTr I THE PARISH Of VlRMILIO athwat of New I a,¶lmttle or n tire,la ric, unimpropvved. ATRACT ABOUT ONE MILE FROM BAYOU I Tece,pari.h of t artin,110 arpna Se woodl.d, end about 00 apen o e, prairp, rich ad 6. of cuitnatiao. Thor T a Improvema on the pew exeeptitwodouble embs. m 4 TRACT O ELEVATLED UENrM , LAUD a7 a. the Ct.e a.1.. H is, ! ra 'e. e .1 New Iltris, contslatig 110 arpeat., with a£a m oraerd mid acn site for a bulng, and le. within two mile of Maor gan'. Texas Railroad. 64 A DESIRABLE SUGAR PLANTATION ON THE STedhe, 41 rled below New IberI. containing 400 arpen...

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. — 17 August 1870

D. BUmPR3WI ' -~: 3~ift; IP rrr ~ zt z r r. ~a, W Diirlur*?._..._.....ApeU$T I, iST". 'P~ of Umbscu)pum. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Eve. bwrbeh t.iceIa Presto pv·ctaelly i elv e we. endued t. a dmneti. twenty per eat. fem the abet. Pdi.. Teums of Advewtllng. The epae of lteaI haermgaq.m I. Nosaparcltype Oe twee .1iitwe w~erapwi t font week, $ 7; Iye weeha34 1 n , When ieI. ld w s will be pabitied tewe ebattd aee t The apes.( t.. lisa. h r ee Bath, $t 43 twb A ee7t~eiis nARAth.,g?5s.87 q ssreiel "rrrr4 9 o ry f various ofall sorts, pumps, furnace atent wrought iron bridges, etc. Mr. Walters wishes to call special atten tion to Tapper's Patent Furnace Grate Bars, which he is conident will save a heavy percentage of fuel. This is a mat ter of vast importance to sugar planters and proprietors of saw mills and steam. boats. The ability and faithfalness of Mr. Wal ters as a machinist and engineer is so well known to most planters of this parish that there is no need of our reminding...

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. — 17 August 1870

Q tl atars' ancr. SU BSORI PTIONS FOR DENNETT'S DESCRIPTIVE CIR CULARS AND MAPS. Attakapmsand St.Lr4o8y-Bot-dolswestr Loulanma. arhb of St. Ladry 6,067 copies- $1,000 Pariah of Ibhea 3,100 - 460 .Md. D. D. Ary7 667 100 .F.Wees 467 - 70 W. . Wycbe 100 " 15 Pariah of St. Mary 1,704 James B Price 300 " Wa. PFellowe 400 " a Walker & B ronsou 100 " 15 C. Cleveland 100 15 J. A. O'Nedl 100 15 %ttakapas Mall Traaportia Co. 1,000 " 150 Chare. Morpan 4500 375 Charles Whtey & Co. 500 " 75 -r. James O. Noyes, Prea't Board of nos1m raar o ur u4a 1,000 " 150 (en. B . Same.., Moand City M. L.L Co. 500 75 F. B. Flelta, for Sugar Shed8 Co. 300 45 N. O. CJ)MIMSION MERCHANTS Itobert Hare, 55 Carodelet Street 100 15 P. S. Wilte, Carondelet Strees 100 " 1 .. H. Moton & Co., ,] Carondelt 8t. 100 15 Parkins, Swlneon & Co. Carenadlet t. 100 IS A: Mouton, Common S. 100 15 A. Tertrou & Co., Unlon St 100 15 E.:Ro Lnaeu & Co., Merchants 100 " 15 Lon. State Mut. In. Co. 100 15 Lou. Met. ...

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. — 17 August 1870

t iIanters' arnrr . irbnaing in $oftlhtf £rouisinua. rox aoeuU Gardens in July and August in this country are considerably neglected. and be come grassy. This should not be sufered. t Beds plbated in spring crops. bet which have now given out. sheuld be cleared off. f he ground should be spded and turned t over, sad if possible covered with a heavy f litter do ld leaves. No weeds should be g allowed to go to seed. A gardean kept clean one year cas be kept olewa the following t iyear with half thi work. - Cabbagse, caniower and other seeds, where plantre wanted for transplanting. shoaW be sown as reoommeaded last month. People should beer in mind that cabbage plsats from seed .own in the latter part of' July sand in August, will produce double the I weight of cabbage of plants from seed sown later in the season. Plants raised in July or August, and transplanted in September. j in well prepared beds in rich soil, thorough- 1 ly cultivated, will always make large cab Tomato seeds can b...

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. — 7 September 1870

VOLUNDm Z -II "PROVIDENCE HELPS S WHO HELP THEMSELVES.' _______ _ .. . -NUMBER 16. ".r-i boat...iU. .r i &....L- P!RIdLR OF ST. •AR, (ATTDAKAS) LA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER , 1870. 'r,-ds*.,I-g ... gra.ce -:g .ltg; .. . n l iHis can 't be rrong, wos life is in therightl. .T ' A rT TR , ,, ' ...A.. " -. . A T ;'- ',_ - , LAND D ' I RE;AL bS2~T '& A~sG7T,. MEW IB tfIA, LA. feeu q id te MOltUSIbe Yod eit el Deirý, Ubai at rý mrc iw kaR J AN Taa k s ml I.Eirw. Tgaebd Lel Ne~uw RAfsrBU~lISM.Y~ mi atw .1 wapaw rhL. aurmpwed. I. TRACT IN THE PARIHB Or VERI r&Olf s al.· n Tlw, 15 Je ATRACT ABOUT ONE MILE ROM BAYOU Teeklhpe or F. Maa,110 arpentam wwa lad, and~l ~ se 0 ~SW arpostret e a etch , ad ft cultivaee, Tn here ame mprviemU em th excepttwo rM" e m. as i A TRACT O LEVATED UNIMPROVED LAND mnr the Cote Goe1ls 1 0 nII lewWl t New Iberi, s tatallag 110 rpets ntwt w ah m aisl and good site for abaldinag, and iee within two mile. of Mtr gan's Texas Railroad. 64 A1DESIRABLE SUGAR PLANT...

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. — 7 September 1870

%b hilttts' ~nt D. UmkEZII - - -fLam. WEUD UU5 ....WY335Va 16 -. Teýr of abincaIpt~.. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. IN ADVYL1C3. ai rwho Myost I .hegJ ~ImhslU. *uog00B sy oivo. bo ..titled to a adoroo s tweaty per rsal!io. the reooprie. 'Term. of Advertising. VIEEKL 'Vik opipe o(ta e.taoo oLoouee. in iemparolttyge or Ir loeti gaoqua, owt; ON* wcoh.OR 80; twowos .015; tin. woek', (our reeks03 75; Ave weeks. 6 U5. Wrn tite 1is sot opsd6JoIiertesi~etaests will ho p.ibihboi l.o noks end ohintualrad oee.M MO it TM i Tho spoce of ten 110 fo ao moath. 03 ,two moaths 05 73 thin. mouh. 0730. ýAcolun of 10 te DiN WRE otauins!7 oqaers of soo IE4t5Lforadfti~hrisi.trotZE of Etatmos. 05C Notices 1.......................... 10 00 £mnnw.elsmentofcoodtdatooR~refmsooo.. .. 16 Ne .o'it area for dvertisig, job wr or onboettp ttie.. ospt hyopcal agretOOt. Fremlin. Joe. 30.1803. We areanthorized to aauoaaee DL. ETHAN ALLEN as a ea.mate fmir the oBoe of PARISH JUDGE! f the P.rish of $t. Mary. Election In November ...

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. — 7 September 1870

'he time is rapidly approaching for holding the, elections, and still everything in the I,olitical atmosphere wears an un wonted calmness. If we may judge of the signs as thus indicated by those gov 4,rning the material combinations neces sary to force the elements into extra ordinary displays of power and ebullitions of rage, we should feel inclined to prognos- I tiente a strong time about the calends of November or between that and the ides of )ctober. We are the friends of peace and order, however, and hope to see things pnass trff smoothly. Quarauntnei have been established at all th, villages between this and Washington and if vigorously enforced will confine the disease now known to be there, within such narrow limits that it must soon die out for •rant of matter to prey upon. While there exists a neCeislty for the utmost vigilence ,on theý part of the citizens of all districts now exem;pt from the much dreaded malady, we can see no cause for unnecessary alarm. 'Thie weather 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. — 7 September 1870

-- I t' 1 ' T.ar 1 i. .ý. . 1.` 4t4 . ... . (' ,4 -- - L . o i'-,.n; r C'("1,, : -a... . : ,. i . . el .., :+. ,,, " w , .:t r ( f gvl w.-a,+ t , ý:; "'. ;!l - !ý ," :' !,.::r ,; . ' r fwith h of v: ,'' . S N ( 4 ":-,1..4 ;' ] 4 ', ,t .. ' .L:'" Iy ,.li . - v :, . ; ... :' . aed ' t4 Plantso fav.om. . il - - w in c i ,.:t ,"f ,July and, : \: 4-tr. 4., ' . 4 ithi : .nt,!. , ,t th4:' - , ,, : . e r,' : : :ell rottee -ti ! ,- " . r i :'"y O oP - ,it4 . l.'u .. .:-cced. It i; .! : v: , .t l ittu . L heId tP , r s durinS- tL :..' as m :a!, s t, he ;:oer two a re w ,n . bf,,, t, ', cn . :ermi pl "cr it I ..n a .o plnc . a: l km; vi-t r r ! i'Ln ,- i',u 1 Q u: e 1 t, .nr.. .i : .. , i : .:.: .:.. :abo. to a t he4: . ,- , . : ,l hisi s r t\ . put" . t s r On"eoh ' J'. o pr, b u. :.) fm , . t•l !.,, .. l, ..', h t. ,t" ath e t rnip. I f c: ! l( l. on: t i c.:: 1:.. ' , an ge thel b., d :. a ,a.. : t r': ',:', . i::. :1 They do eqlly as well, and sometimes bt ter than those planted in the spr...

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. — 14 September 1870

E4AL 8T.4T ' 4 ,: ,,NEW " IBERIA, LA. Il as for Mala !ezat UEtr o Mfl t foiei-m am 1.im. ids Sugar and Cotton I a. F ta- Le7 racta of land in Attakapsa and St. Ls d, It dunnprote, in Lai. md Small Qaitii . for Sale' Xew Iberia. April27 1 TRACT OP LAND WELL DRAINED AND TDIf bored, 9Q5 apea,*pwait JorL 0 an ke Pug' I 1i5i. 1 tmle souothwest of ewitberlah The alee Ps improved. 1 `'FRACT IN THE PARISH OF VERMILION . 400 arponts, feating em Baye Tige, 15 m-les outhweot t New Iberia, little or as timber, land rich, nuimproe-ed. . ITRACT ABOUT aONE MILE FROM BAYOU ad Techeparbbs dSt. Xip,110 arpetsaflewoodleed, and about 2110 arpent of opbp prairie, rich and o7 of cultivation. There are no improvements ae the place cxcepttwo double cabins. A TRACT OF ELEVATED UNIMPROVED LAND near the Cote Geer ills, 8 miles northwest of New I e-ia, containaIg 110 arpsets, with a small orchard nad good .ite for , beildntg, and lies within two wile' of Mor gin's Texas Railroad. 64 \DFSIIRABLE SUrEAR PLANTATI...

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. — 14 September 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 14 September 1870

The cane was blown down, more or leSS, on many plantations, and willbe injured to some extent, as the heary abowers ae likely to inudce sprouting, and pulling out of roote, both of which militate against mato turity. The earlier ema is ptsstrl the greater the damage. When storms occur only as late as October, the loss in quantit ad quality is slight. Thoroughly ripe cane will not sprout when blown down, but the imma tilrŽ will soon vegetate, if the weather is wet, at the lower joints. A noted chief of a noted party warned his confederates of the impropriety of washing their "dirty clothes" in public, not long since, but the time is near at hand when the rival washermen will have employment enough in pounding, lathering. wringing, starching, sprinkling and ironing the ragged, filthy, patched and pie-bald vestments of each other, and can all the lakes, rivers, ills and eister a Li Louisianaclea ise them, or will they not "the multitudinous seas" tinge with the hue with which the cuttl...

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. — 14 September 1870

4trs1 amnter. .Ina in Sotlterlnl tonisiana. FOR AUGUST. ; ardens in July and August in this couutry are considerably neglected, and be come grassy. This should not be suflltked. iteds planted in spring crops. but which hive now given out, should be cleared off. iTle ground should be spaded and turned over, and if possible covered with a heavy litter of old leaves. No weeds should be allowed to go to seed. A garden kept clean one year can be kept clean the following year with half the work. Cabbage. cauliflower and other seeds. wher. plants are wanted for transplanting. should be sown as recommended last month. People should bear in mind that cabbage rlauts from seed sown in the lattur part of July and in August. will produce double the vweight of cabbage of plants from seed sown later in the season. Plants raised in July ,r August, and transplanted in September. in well prepared beds in rich soil. thorough ly cultivated, will always make large cab hazes. T'omato seeds can be sown ye...

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