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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 21 September 1870

4ANI) ADVERTISEMENTS E. N. Lombard. IREAL ESTATE A-~ETT, NEW IBERIA. LA. ias for Sale, a large lst of the Most Sels. t and lesira. lie Sugar and Cotton Plantations. Farms and Tracts of land tn Attakapss and St. Leadry. Tracts of Land. U nlmiproved, In Large and Small Quantties, for Sale' Nesw Iberia, April27. 170. -P -o r ... ...P. T.OBB wRO ..LP TB.bELVE.. =.-. -UER.. . ------,•--:~- _~-- -- --- ---_ * t EOLUMU k p ovoLx n s oe a m a., vm.,, ... g.W .rn I,, a., .h.." FIIANKLU. PARISI OF ST. MARY, (ATFAKAPAS) L,., WEDNIESDAY, SEPTEMBER l, 1870. . L-.o.l.mu/j , ,,..-,,,,,,l ga M s ten sAs ro g e a \ fe St TRACT OF LLAND WELL DRAINED AND TIN ber-i. 20 arpents.* parih Toflberla, on Lake P niam. 15 tr.i!es southwest of New Iberia. Theplace a smimproved. 1 STRACT IN THE PARISH OF VERMILION .1I) 40rpents, fronting on Bayou Tiger, 15 lmila ',nlthwest of New Iberia, little or no timber, land rich, nlimproved. $ . TRACT ABOI'T ONE MILE FROM BAYOU STeche,parlsh of St. Martin,110 arpents fine ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 21 September 1870

D. Dh .--- .M Editor. % D335DAlr. SEPTE UDE 51n . 15T0. rr - ------ Pt T.ran of Snt erliPtton i1 FIVI DOLLARS A YEAIL. IN ADVANCE. w hreef subscrlber who paysa t this s5cc.In Vrsuklifl. pa ctually Inadvance. wibll be enItled to a deductIn of it tw sty pe ret.fro the above pre i Ternm of A dvertiing. WV EKKL Thle 5pat of tfnlines,oroneeqular, is Nonparht'itype o Sets eslttutlflg a square, to-Wit: One owk. L 30; two woeks. 25; threeweek, . q tr woos4S3 75; Iva wewek.N 235. Wen ttq Isnot a.eMedhort . .ertisementswlt wili ( p'Ishedt h'e weeks and charged aceordiuglJ. ItONTHLT: Th.e spae of ten lineo for one month, $3 :3; two mnotls. $3 75; three months. $7 50. A olaum of the BA- ER contalnt 27 squares of non Attlee oAp,'PWfor Adoinistratorship of Estates. . a" QomeloaIOl Notice .........................10 A -onaaeatofcandidates ofooce ............. 10 . K. ered¶Y3fore radveetus. job work, or sbserip tins, ree.-byspecial argeemSent. FrakLliu. June, 30.1al9. We are autborised to announce ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 21 September 1870

SEIhnters' amIIer. Proceedings of the Mayer and Council of the Town of Franklia FRIDAY. September 16th, 1874). A petiitrion ubscribed by the tux payers ,f the corporation having herni presentod to the vMayor, he ordered a meeting of the, ('c,neil to be held this day. Upon Bach call. the following name.ld tllemn bers appeared. viz: J. W. Lyman. 1avyor; i)onelson Caffery. Valentine 8chwan and .lJhn A. O'Neill, C-uncuilmen. (IIn motion of Donelson Catffry it was uanimiuously Rlcsolrul. That ,')irnntine be. and tihet amze it bere-by established within the cor p:'rate limits of thlet town of Franklhlin and n lio,,ti in of 1the sai.i I:,:mebher it was fur tiler Resolr-d, iThat no steiti or ,t- thr boat dtirctl from New Orleans or other intfeted pltee, shhll, from and after this daue, be i permitted to land within, the corporate lim: its of this tow'. nor shall any wohoIln goods, oir others ('alc'lnated to, conviv lnyi inif-ctiou tr contagious direasae.bt la,1ned -,r delivered within said ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 21 September 1870

iPc Zapbttrs' n t nnI r. L orlcning in $outhtnr oolieiana. FOR AUGUST. Gardt., in July and August in this country fre considerably neglected, and be dome grassy. This should not be suffered. Beds planted in spring crops, but which have now given out, should be cleared off. The ground should be spaded and turned over, and if possible covered with a heavy litter of old leaves. No weeds shaboold 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. where plants are wanted for transplanting, should be sown as recommended last month. People should bear in mind that cabbage plants from seed sown in the latter part of Iuly and in August, will produce double the weight of cabbage of plants from seed sown later in the season. Plants raised in July or August, and transplanted in September, in well prepared beds in rich soil, thorough ly cultivated, will always make large cab bages. Tomato seeds can...

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. — 5 October 1870

SM4W IEaRIA, LA. Me Sar " a I So tim¶ liar [D¶gual.t or no timber, land rich. SA~rIT ONW MILE FROM BAYOU ritb of St MartiaJI,0 arpeatn ae weodlan., I ,arps of open prairie, rieb and easy of yru me l"o improvements a the p'o ee T OF ELEVATED LNIMPROVED LAND Inr the tote Gele* Hills, 8 miles northwest of New ADEIRARLE SUOARL PL.ANTATION ON THE Teebe. 4f mle below Hew Iberia. contala.mg 400 arpeits suprlor land. 150 ander weice, and 70 planted in cane: comfortable dwelling, with 4 roos., and other renquiite htildingp. and nine newcabins; oxen, ox cart mule. moul. cart, 200 banrels of corn, fodder, etc. 65 A SUPIRIOR nRAING(t PARM, PFPTEE' MILES from A bhevlle, nearthe month of Bayou Vermilion. borlering on the sea marsh, 2720 acres. 12 - - - if PLANTATION ELEVEN MILES FROM OPE- i In lo s near Bayo~ Mallet. of 300acres, 170 enclosed with good fences, dwelling and oat hnouws. . 32 81iO AR PL t NTATION SITI'ATED IN FAUTSE 1'v'. -, In mile fromJj flaari lefrnt ,,sro,, T..tie 5.'pr)@ t ma ....

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. — 5 October 1870

. DEL ETT - . . - dito r. I F* NS N J Z I z. A. WED E.SDAYt......-OCTOBEE 6. 1tS. Terms of SubscripttoI. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. I1 ADVA\CL Ever subscrlber who pays at this offee. is P ti. puetnally is idsmee. will be entitled to a deeati.m l twenty per cent. from the above price. Term. of Advertising. WEEKL | The space ,f tcn linee.oronesquare, tis onapre1.t typ or loe eonstitting a sqenre. to-wit : One week. r 50: two weeks.I 25; three week, 3; fedr weeks. $3 75; ive weeks. 04 23. When time is not .peetled short adverteetost will be pabltshedler wee.ks sd charged eecordinsl. I..otRaLY: l'The l:ace c ten lines for one month. $3 7:; two msnths. $5 73; three months. 87 50. A toluma of the B tit ieR contles 27 sqarele of non of Appti'un f.rAdmins.r.atorship of Estate 5.. 01. Aomcelogation \otiicee ......................... 10 00 Announcement..f cndidatestor o wice ........... 10 00 No credit given for advertiting. job work, or anbscrp lon, ereept by speial agreement. Franklin. June. 30. ...

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. — 5 October 1870

NEW ADVERTISER.ENTS St. Charles C.Uee. GRAND COTEAT, Paish, St. Lndys. La. Tb lterary lastt~luton. mi* stae3 oe S oiuana and empowerad to eeao>t LMadal oar, beodaed by te l.b..n m dety of Jesn. The plan t Iarleai emtines ts 1iýe. Lite rary and Ceammrdlbem l se..naDly teelugs their T.- . seeton opes s Im aElk t Oatelhr. ... ..... m ............ .. .......Sao . . (or s Oe Eraese eL.r (rest yeer ely)....... ...... 10 0 M.redlealam Pha4ac ................ o o b5 pnymeuutb. ade to gold or egnleleaet carrecey. py bW mub.st la aI aase Ang31.3m. tUNTIOiN PLANYKUs I ý.it be .n 3ºoeoi4 R..a qsr K ,n tIi for sec .fleap. Pc 'rt °nurrrt 1fattr 2n H s thin ctsci. *iE4 I ChrdatEaf Nr Palm~s, *AsUpACrtUMS 01 PATENT ROOFINQ TILE, DAIING PIPUS AND P@YUTZ, qewa.t ef ppev Ii. Aha Lovw. pe.e. NEW ORLEANMS isy11 1y Addrone Lock Nos 30. FROM NEW OP.LE.&ST. A general asseorrrt of maun' a d boy'. eletileg, plce and furnieshbi goods. for .prisa.ad eammer ww, wch willU be sold below New Orlesa prise., ...

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. — 5 October 1870

(e t1antrl.' lanler. -ýtrbtning in onutl trn anisiana. FOR OCTOBER. Ail the weii luttld uanuure, scrapings uu der ben-roosts, swamp muck, rattan leaves. leached ashes, old lime, anything that will I earich the ground, should be spread on the surface, and well spaded in, and thoroughly ' blended with the soil. If the ground could be covered three inches thiek with such a mixture and spaded in a foot deep. the extra growth and quality of the vegetables would par for the trouble and eapenee. Last monetji has be.en very dry cud bet, so that not many persons have succeeded] with early rowing, this season, of cabbage and other seeds. Cabbage seeds sown this month will not make as large heads as plants raised in August and September, but still better to have small heads than none at all. By sowing cabbage seed at once, and trans planting the plants as soon as they are large enough, a fair crop may be had yet. par ticularly if cold weather does not set in too soon. Turnips will do well sown...

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 November 1870

~"'' LME XII. ** "PROVIDENCE HELPS THOSEl WHO HELP THEMSELVB. ru$, 4 r ----- - -- 4 - ---- - - -' =- - _ - NUMBER Z4 "r- f«.' je '"'"a ý`f' ""0°"v~.a F'R~h Li , lAJUISII O1 ST. MIRY', (.ITTAKAPAS) U., WEDIESDAV, NOVIEU3I&a!, 1870. ý« '- _ '_ ' - _" Ntite if. i. t*. r gk .... _,_-- - ..... !l ..!ll I I II I LAND.I. A'DVEg BMWIlB - . E ý W saPatcei.. . * Land n Atfrloapeal To.ma of" t TRACT T i- ~ANWL s pATuTMI MaO1 yniiprlwed. l "e, a ,eataof. pq. . RTmOTAIº..ýARt..n LAndI aauJbwid txM s.Pwee1 rom epta * , ý . . .. ell l. 4 requisite ildr and .e amew ebe.r weed. 0 eritb nale, male eart, SIo00 bek.fesrs, fodder, etc. 63 bordering on the sea marth, 1M0 .e. 1o I PLANTATION ELEVEY MILES PROM OP-O eand al teim erprea. lead. A dwelling O0 , t rouan and gallery, doubrle kitehe, 1 t tep carriage bosse. 3 double cabins. . s coreal stables, etc. i ry be 1masw, m Ya h eie towing r mp of core and erpeats of send ROPERTY CONTAIN .li ACRS. OVER tca lDed SItated near id g, ii mee be. aen rate 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. — 9 November 1870

nU - - Or. StuwlýAT....iUV * L .. ý s of Mebaiomtp43vs.1 .i UYU sOtLA$U A V ftf, re' ADvAl wierlbrwh. ý,a~ t tbie oýea.if4'r b akmssi. wi~b. se1.1e4 ' f MinO. eR. ti.e bevrppe piE. Tewae of Add't¶itrinl. w s aT - ,e ý.ýsse dfteflbý..,ores~Far f If is pSIlcI .qs. wfmstb.e.r.aTa.. a seevIIti O 1 so".t w~ek~ S. thp wey U,1 ~~wu..a O w · r73; Ivew*. u fter sE ternjr fgj m m? . U 74 ow IS b s t areadi wqU w W ýMh~w.k.wee a . O!t53b6Sl3 (Woia d ts b ;ha Efr. a.'tlj!r 2 lms. X~mincu.s M hk-xnxato iN uWr BDA.-Th5 NesS.. T4Simest speaksoftheRadica. l eet £ssssss~sx t ealai4i.. fet odic. _ ~'..'.:. lbm Is l a r Meleti~ate, job work. .cobslp baitarials ana ýtttcr 2rtirlcs. ZI Icra Yss'rfo IN NW Iane{A.-Thei Jaw Asri na Tims seas of the Radical meet hle Jaw Iberia on the 31st, nit., as a ra Ibwctee abir, in which neithcr Warmoth ar B dan did himself any credit in the es tlstisar f meosihe and good eltizen.. Kr 0. W. Thoumab aWi iin trrtrne.a mromi 1*qi.t' where he has eL4 qrrangemenis Imeupply ...

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 November 1870

The Ibewots. The warm showrmlatly avebsed L rbesh ing to the gardens ad set ibnmisn t thet nsugar cane; but a good, urSbmtll *tit. frost-net a freesyb-ý 4sa Isr better than anything dtis. The Orange Casp Many orange trees in this pnth eam now hanging fall of tshi ptte,dlelkisnematgi, the finest in the werid. In som ities the ceop m-ueek sess in others. PtobaMy the plbe. dfs e. tie tree. between this and Chrbitutg uml be about one dollar and a bsIa hbudred. The Weasth.. The weather for aesa w ns he. been tee warm for sngar m AJ N has not bees favorable to eeed ae. amil essma ies enough for April or Ma ... see ds . weeds in the garden have eeli L semiastian as though they were called4st by the warm suns ,tf spring. Everybody wato eesd wether. In-Pull Bslast. All over the parish sad the sugar +rleoe Ue s.ar pmills are smhing easel' the fuern ea are blazing, the big kettles bell i.g and the tall sugar chimneys are breethinlg smoke and lame. Nnderers steam eegines a oing their work, rapi...

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 November 1870

s 1 t, T 1 5 . not Iitl Oarbnmig It e ta I Leouisiana. Almest say seed whisk we recamea ded to be sown last month, can he sown Tuaring sts maonf. ~tIdutar, carrdotyaramp c ie ry, cress, roquette, parsely, corn salad, pplnEa.h, salsify, eso -e black Spanish or ` ter ,adisb, Lee.kAduiaion are of the Ore hard ail d ei.j~tiable. s, and hardly ir free rd Teru w.tter with us. Lettuce ttea p.and lnag radish, .s.diA as i:,wet.nw ae iiwa4giT r. In sewinwg %bum at th'p*.lfeit time, a sheltered posi tion shlootud* 4fectedi." Platif,~ such as ibage, f4tteuu . teeks, breýtl" If, aenou should Ih traaukplntewd. Sage, thyde and other herbs may be divided and gaesf. The sprouts or suckers from arti. 'boke plants, can be taken of and set out. Onions should have been son last month. but they may be w.wn yet. If sown thinly La rich soil, and transpilanted as o.ma as Zºtge 'enough, they will give a faw yield yet, especially if the spring montb.p are not too warm and dry. Onion eta and button onions can ...

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. — 16 November 1870

5h', -, *_ VOUEX -I . - SMl¢IDt7NCU HELPS T~HO8D WHO HELP Tk3Mg*VhiY3"' ' 1 'JrC . ,.f~ 1g,~a ~~'*VDINKLI, PiRi9ii .v $T. NIAIl, (ATTAKAPA&) IL, WEDýEESDA, NIVEUUE1 IS, 19751'r@.y~w"i.w C,.D .dd'bW i.t bud. -. - . 1. r ýM y,ýA~wnentIf f lrore ~x NMeM' ir pwý,,ýMIM1ýMl 1 N'Anr'n s bNýNrl YtnA IýMM:'_ _ ' LAN! A K t f in.i f ad I). hln Nn , and d Tanen .1 jI..rdI AIWIS .1 Laa,, *4a. IN sil. ThetIae A TRACT IN lol ptlthw~a of Nowland .roh, a.4mpfo"'! ,4 .I A rRAO'r AP U T2AVM A n b',. b.nllrnI.440gThere pae tarepttwnA..hl "t /, ' 4 Ill TR!ANIYT UW4 o1.U 93) p41 Iq.n9C alp ni I pa IVnn'. 1 aU .. . 7.. llr};g1R P1 TL1 nrlwnl+.n nr a In rA I ew la mike~hl f~ru roan rnmfnrlpb. lud 44 MI.,. rngl.lt.l halIlnln a and rtrl. nýMr almo., Ida car f , Ib MA ae4, ad TenIn vdal,. ýRi .o I thru huIfr thu 4o .N l ..oIug f0P ofew edsdw aId.46 .I II 41 A FA M TW .ENAt ace... 110) it'f E . I .tiu.t u Me , ,I ', t..M .,t , ( hglly ai jclut.,f, 23 n n La. - .. 110 aI e rrA 31ad4. A dw.ii2 by1. oo. witu...

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. — 16 November 1870

wmII ZaZ2V. ZaM.. I ~dmwmmina*i,,..av5U33I 30. 1,t Unl* Ui1Lk& A I$ ADYVUU toa ofo"1yrr ý.llrtAMMO Ub.tone~ s*~ ' A.~ Wae~bS to 3ufleoul type IAM Ithis wosk-jit :*k sw1 flb a· .?t..siu~assss~rraas e~as .K1 !.41I Jab wort . sahasrip t0 a tub Otbart Artktig. - r..-On the both of thin heath. and other property .d Charles Oitier. jleatioen above be oWat tbh eret .unes.,. by D. B. Delahouseay, parish eactloeea. Tan WARwEN BL.U.-Capt. CatilUe has ha.led the teI.ver Warren Bell not at Msers. 'Trainer & Hiason's wharf for re pairs. He wil non have her completely overhauled and ready for the winter trade between New Iberia and Braskear. The captaeu is in a good state of repairs himself. and does not need hauling out or workieg over. Fanu Eantus a NMaw lamsA.-The New Iberia Times again calls upon our constry cousin up the Teobe to make an efnort to get upa fn engine for that growing town. The Times talks ene ie to his elu.j ct. ilut it may require anotter rousenr Ole.invovir.l imeleof...

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. — 16 November 1870

Ie lmtr' atmtexr. LOCAL UUIW$S Swst I re.**s* weet potatoe are searce in this perieh, and setil we have the beat of lands for this rop. But few persons raise the. to sell. When wJll we ever apltbe Ali ., purchase sweet potatoes at twenty-.ve to thirty- lve ente a Iu.shel, the prlee before tle war. Dr. 11. .1. 8andlorn, on the lower Teehe, made eighteeln hogsheads of neugr and twenty.eight barrels of l ilalnce from fourteen acreo of Untie, the first and lpoorest case roled. Mir. Lhow Viaeou, on the Perhis plantation, North l11uti plsle, Inayou Male, ade alumost two hog.lhend to the acre from 1il1 aane Afrst rolled. on Bayeou l .,l, aIt week we oaded trip down to Bay. oin Slle is far an te Midklway Plantation, formerly the home, place of Il. Iludson, F.q. 'I hle planters are generally doing pretty well. The iiille, by this time are all In motion. 'The lone is aweot b it It is not large enough, and there arll not enough cart-load. to the acre to make a Ieavy }yield. However on the NoSt...

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. — 16 November 1870

t I £oui in 1u utccutoiotana At.laot say e whbi1 tie reoommnoded tieeamleetS mouth, o mti be ses daring s maotthb. sI art4 eam ieot. parsnip, cels" aeavMs reetse, pttmel eo sralad. C " iSh-l~S. . aesn Waeek Sh anslh or * S e alte . Leek msi onion are of the e I bua e .h eofertlotiables, and hardly eveb es aling witerwith us. Lettune. osifle .d l , malilh, endive and Jo Is, tender. In sawing ithlLm a thapresset Um.. hateltered post s.I beqi be selected. P'lps, esia so ,;hb el lettece, leeks, beet. sf , f large a eqlbh, should be trmnlplantd. Bage. hyte sad other herbs may be dihvld amad ant set. The sprouts or suckers troel ati 0behe xlaut, can be taken off ad ppt oot. Olals should have been sew aest tnlMth. bat may be sown yet. If sows tkialy Ih rteih mt and transplanted as sos aes op i esoegb, they will give . fair yield yet, pecially if the spring mouths are set too warm and dry. Onion ets antd bettoses.toas can he planted now. Bow eMa le se4 bbgre seed during tile or early eat mo...

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 November 1870

r/ - r . - .. - -- r _ _ _ I , ti.t ____ PHOmENCJ H3LT THOSE WHO g N( 26 - PRAINKL, PARISH OF ST. M+~, (ATARAPAS) LA, WJIDSES II@VEMBEB 23, 1870. -- "t'e. offaith tacj aloa g; I , "°y,« r ------ - - -- --.-.. _ - - - - - --- _ Hi. ras't k irrong" whos1e life it w te eright. r.A J l 'hl iI L1T CiiG1T~ I~v nor 1 .* . ..--_ :... - _ .- __- -- LAND AlV , - -.oe . , -: ý th New Ibld or ao time, ha j TRACT 01 7T 1er I T .O eae: -rembrbl dwelliq wiLh 4 m ea t hm lC r ani, male, cart,200 bareels e , Sedder, ete. o efrom Ab v-lle, ,,wth meake Vermaines, h orlering on te setZ arsh, aeme I.i rl: Maler SAlIT a .Lt3 , 170 Leo a_ fn efiva .tre,. m of Ir wood, 13. acrile oe arpo Ael lT a 4 1 aly Dat7'. 1 i 1 ea..ge ble~els, ande w ees oxen o er ol ,. mare, lo 'er, Se oxeba , farmel s teSe i le , haletc. 0 - SROPERgTY CONTAINING O180 ACge. OVER Sfron meAsaa, . Thi s ve ry Ime --e-buser.a mh t are moe n. Mte ia a ew a l lac e. - 1 T A PAR. TW WTInLE ADA HAL3 - FROMO NEi .,o Ith1ria o ~eYa Lf Irsla, ...

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 November 1870

D. DDlAT? - - - Editor. wfzotIettnas....spV FC ~~ II I Twrwr of titabirbswiiasi)M4 , FIfl hDOL.LAUS 4 TEAli. t o wA i %E. I wtvet' sb icfber wbc'pq's e tbtu ~itt'ttti puresilt Ia ee. wit N eettWiedi UUaitt Sweet, wer cenaLfro1li5.. ap - '-W d UiP t irkf Li - rrL The spC e cof~ItiUEeqeses ~w ris it: ~ tp K les ceO IW1;U tw.q~ 3$;tbeeq or week. Si 7 ; tweoe .q 15. When time is tot t e atet peblisbed ftve*eekasdetlrfM a c4sWe i The spree of tee Hoes >tr ee feI. 575; two t~ontbs. Si 75; tbree s975 tw A eomma .1 the m cirn eesb 27 sjtsMreee &ieUi wpe. otleeOfAppW for fdministntottb itisEtrate r- V ImomleegiU Notice'. . . ._.----... -. 13.. W. Annouoefe~met(CS drflteefot etic. ..-- . 10 U ie No reditiglv fir sivetntuga job w*., e'emin lion. ecelpt by speeisl t - Fr,..khfl. Jae., . 103. ýbitorials anb e tthr artts. MIsYral.-In our last issre..the dory o4 the first page whose heading should bave been, "How A GacunBLta WAS CUnED." by a typographical error read, "GA.ILa.a" instead of '...

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 November 1870

weather. Last Sunday nitht tie wedker tl oeld l I rainy,and the meat dy rainy ams4 naan fortable.sau weathej sstatle to the woods, dog to tli i a d the kittens to tlt chimney ewstrr. Accideat. A. L, T.iker, Lsq ,of thpl di, t e6 1t week acidenaUalyet.i, t,* leg by the dine charge of his pistol which fell on the floor. It is but a flesh wound. sand set d.ess t'rough severe. -Distrlet Cert. The District Court has been in sessing since the ih liast. Masy casga will not bh tried on account of the accident which lately happened to A. t. Tacker ta.:, one of the attorneys who fepreso~a` una t lophtant suits in this cort, - Bered Welts, Mr. Van Vinson is doing a good businaes putting down wells for variolq planters. The dry season, and aoareity.s water near sugar houses where water is needed q.a in dance for the engines an8 fno' '4ettdiij '6`ot. give the well matera more bn.sn'esi than they ccn attend to. Theae w*s. we believe, give general satisfaction. FIre P re I Last Monday. at noon, th...

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 November 1870

Ip 'rnin g in Butlhtrn Louisiana. Almost any seed 'wiich we tecomataemd to bea..w last men camn be-se m* Auldeig this month. dlmeuerd& errota parsnip, cele ry, crees, relett, parsely, crf. rsled, Sspiaeh. salmify, sorrel black Spanish or t~inter ar54. Leek aa4 onion are of the more bardy elan of vegetables, and b ever frees dosing witer with us. a beet, tesip usadl.ng radish, -endive onhlMBawer, ae mores teeder. Iii sowing them at the presset ti.s. , fbhtered posi tion should be selected. Plants, snob as cabbage, letteee, leeks, beet, etc., If large enough, should be transplanted. Bage, Mhyme and other herb. may be dksi s end set out. The sprouts or saekersJ5as airti ohoke plants, oan be takewot sad set" ot. Ouions should have been sown lasýeare , but they may be sown yet. If sows itEiL in rich soil, and transplanted a so es large enough, they will give , fair yield yet, especially if the spring oeuntha are not too warm and dry. Onion sate and button onions can be planted now. S...

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