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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 7 December 1870

~r-~lr ~ ~ wrJ " P·i i~fZ II~ U.. K"RVhE-HBhPS 11106 WHO HEmP TBEMLVBR.'' - NUM1BER 26 -d1N1 S - /Y W ,AFS A, PN 51 DE ,ai *... -a 7. 181 'Fe med eff iat Let grade Mk-in" auA& b - M5ýiýP uS I aý aw uro iWiIEW 5~14. Hie rn's be wrong whoec life is tic Thergh 'ad ' r n ee rat 8sCem t # . Vm Aee eamneaw.oeUe emg , YGAR - seem IS WmilerAnrt 3 0msses e thres ameme a AFARM TWO MILESLAND A HALF FROM NEW Ib em the aseae to Salt Ieal. 80 acres, ptaite lead wkbaet weed, aM mr Sereea da 2 hes.es ee"4 We Iesea ral.a other bmiltgs S 2am plratea m tea. 16 A tte,0 db ba ,w Apo Sawa of Ystaiiosvb e 4 arpauua. ts em onVBa1 r1. weedland mumble for a sugar bipautalo. ca be perehaaed at a vawy reasas leba. 15 A. .N. tsprweamo ? afafew Je .i40ama deend ~ma ma. lo ato gora reaidweI , 4la ia sd' amlo a - haeseaW ahh, Le.Aý a brl H"* l ps D ae. A it ceaala~aiad . a sede ballh -* 40m ace s epehd ypsap.3 AAL"U"in*WJI&IIDN INd SDIT LAI~ dwdlis , p aera briow s tei Mary. aat aaue, aalr. .c. a l a t Ope...

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 December 1870

aWIN - - - mots * _ * - iift. . ". UAY sm~emumi. v uYRs iOLLA~ A YUAN. O ADYAJfN. Wu.bs_ + Ou .i AI~i..ee~a VUatkUý f eep v= me esaw"i toea det et·Ie ---;-- w gaai- -. - .spIu3rAbq.in.,..ft r rrbrrtwooyet brwwesaW.$ 7ty wpSIý..M - Wham UU&IPUISSrdbru II u~tWW&SB I n watek aat ehmw aeesrd !7o eu t imbrgmshta. ewe Aelin~ft D~z ..........l....u sotme ........- -fqWA 4UuI.* .hi.s. o~~e... .... > N ew.mr ter altor U.L Il werk . raub ·iip. I Mme~ep b apemea. I Vmkfa l m.Je , 3 S .1. ~ Ar bitorials anb tbtr 2rti es. GalDRan Ixo ARTICLt.-This week we have agood gardening article Or- December. t e e ' riend for his umed'itg p ror, will meet is •rsOdeear. a2d. at 9 A. M., if ý'UVSOtreet Obu. Bishop Scott will preside: Tl iO NaW oRIM Ns.-Before the BAurm goes to press wl expect to be o" for New Orleans. We have .ot bees in the ofty slee. the Ilth of Arust." We sharl probably remala In the city two weeks. CuPxua .-DI. Dpeahier has a large force of CaasanLborers, hired by the Fear, on...

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 December 1870

The roa fl lever theink' ashr m We wish weeslll say Ie lsmd ith h ges. - 5m.U a 4 '. Ait There have lap mm severl cms t elis -.ý .1 e - r e-- One of the Chsase.y bro.ght to this par~e by Mr. Sha~r a es the platati d Mr. 8$f emte ay bset week, umlely 1 os r we a r sed anemai hseg'ths s.t day, ad errmsed him, n ortVhia.s respeat for thfrire tr eating Mhrend. May he go to a mwary Dliagee. at. Wea0ker. Thl weather eoatiuus uanommealy plater. The o ol nights, erealngsm morn nags, are very favorable to Bene which I beea slightly fsted. We twset the aops will be made up with but imall injery, oe nsultig from the frst. IL is a rel I.epllana Indian Semmer, like September weather North of the Olbis ir. Iast Friday,a aesre Uamie asao tor merly belonging to Mr. Hads.i , killed a nero ma, Matt, formery belonging to Mr. lice, ea Baye Bsle. In au tahis d . ight abost som mal matter, Randall seined a spade ad strack Matt ever the head, and killed bm. They arte both me Oef goed ebarneter, mad q disp...

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 December 1870

Th. weather i. D .eembergenerally .4u, iot a gwatirkt y of seie 'e 'tW sew1aring thfl~*it.'" Cbti. e to plant hlp tleei ei I q M4 I ns Large' whtfe aQS) at *jo r Wsgeenie, blue Im eit.t'gt, " tter.'. .rf this month, vest ~Yiw~ri~;Ciraa!ºpeer. Washington, *ldir PtiiM Dwarf. and it#qulsrM . OIanted. The e.t .y A res, ty Sous Thumb. tGir t da a pee.. ib It: ! W ,F b" ut into th u belr th.e" of .t4t #psd windsor beaus eaw pb ud 1g ts. sad up to the amiidl4 t.uaas imnth They requitre plenty of a ed staM d about eight incha apart ;q msd a o oft least two feet and fh1 betwee the latter. seley. cress. spinach. salsify, corn, pu ustard, teek, earrot, black rldish. turnip and kale, can be sownritb heeitation, as it takes pretty heavy to kill them, even when the plants young. Others, such as beets, lettuce, t , mad blg radish, are more tender, d onShe approach of h0ttfrse, #ftwing moass, hay or any thing else of the kind over the, . .i- K . varieties of cabbage, such as early and lase Yeek, *r...

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 February 1871

yOLUME f II. "PROVIDENCE HELPS THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES.' N'UMBER 33. It-r ** h *ut amh.I*wd ,t. FRANILIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS) L., WEDSESDAY, FEBR.IARY 1. 1871. " Fc, .'....E oeon,, FoseiAeR Yi t1he 1,1A, ý * o r aY V kr ratu tered i et." .ik His cans't be wron, ko+e life is i the ri6gAt. LAND ADVERTISEMENTS E. M. RLeamrd. -AL ESTA.&TE AG..TT, NEW IBERIA, LA. Has for Sale, a large list of the MotL Select and Desira ble Sugar and Cotton Plaptattos. Faras and Tracts of Land ti Attakapes ad St. Landry. Tracts of Land, Unimproved, la Lirge and Small Quantities, for akle New Iberia, April. F1870. ATRACT OF LAND WELL DRbAIED ?INl Oatbre, 3 s eatsp,' sparthb'entert ediLa Sliem 1f n slPee mus. 1 Marw ats. TIpM • . S epant-s, b ting. e on yarye Ti.er, 15 miles oseuthwe et Iew lMarla, Ltt e err timber, iim sleh, nulmplevad.r 2 TRACT ABUT Oa MILE ~FRPx BAYOU 1 Teeheparish dof St Wartim,10arpeets fne woodPa, and .met SN atpest eps praitle, rch ad easy of SealtitO . Me ae m n im...

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 February 1871

~~Idaitfrrz arnter. D. DEdTT - - - - - Editor. WEDNESCDA. EUDRURII fT. t,1. Tmas of sauberiptton. !YUE DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Mvueryha.brek wo ps at this eoee, in Fersklia p ametally aEemee, wfl be e.titled to a dedactioe . tweay p elat. . f tho above prt. m T,_s of A1d'uwrtsiing. Thue apam artmnlhs.b r eemeqme, hi Neepereil type l ge eemtagma s bmo.. wt: Oewk, . ; two werk, 9 25; three week ,t3, sbrwes.., $75; 7$ weeks.55 M Whba time Im et pe edtb rtia rmmnts wim s ll be pati.msesb weess £.3 ebared aeeMrdL.,yr. NOle LYtt: Th bpe o tm Mae. for oe moth. , 3 75; twi. ahass tab rm hmemt, "7 2. A edoa ef the 3a*e10 eastains 27 sqaares of rno Z eA}eIAdlahinsiorshlr of Estaess..55 01. NHot iesae......................10 O0 deassmeam tee emwdtesfoestiee............ 10 00 restl a for adertulag, job work, or eabeerip lea yopbypel e agvrement lhael. Jeaes 20. LBS Ebitorial anub 0thtr alrticlts. b a1 lROnc.-Rav . J. A. McConnel COatr s lle, on nset sabbetk at 11 ai, a. M., ami at this place...

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 February 1871

et `1aunttrs' iamnr. eEW AIPVERTI1 " iYT1MI. . Erry Lerdy-' Farorile. 'I'HE FLORENCE am1iL" saEWING macaIMm. To supply-aaewiag meehine free from the objections attaching to others has been no easy task; for we not only had to surpass other machines, as they appeared vears ago, but also as improved from time to time, by more recent experience. Diocardipg the chain and loop or kat stitches, we adopt the Lock Stitch, (alikeon both sides of the fabric,) which is regarded by the masses as S st suited to all kinds of work. Bat to meet objections sometimes urged against this favorite stitch we have added the Knot, Doable Lock, ltd Double Knot, either of which is stronger and more tlastic than the Lock; thsenabling lb. operator to select a stitch perfectly suited o every grade' f fabric, and where necessary. sow seamsmnehstronger than it is possible to do by hand. The FLORENCO makes four different stitches with as much ease as ordinary machines make one, and with as Uttle machiaery. The int...

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 February 1871

Shtinners' ' annex. ý~turcing inotL5lltIrn Louisiania. "FOR JAUARY. Gardening should now be attended to promptly whenever the soil and weather will justify it., Nver sti the soil when it is ..wet,. The ditches should all be cleane4 eut, and the water should not be permitted to stand in any part of the garden. The soil should be thoroughly spaded to the depth of s mt, at least. The Furfaee should be thoroughly pulverized with a rake. Work ilm the ground as much well-rotted manure as possible, and rotted leaves,muck, eched ashes, rotten turf, scrapings of the Syard and droppings of ben romsts. -riag this month eontinne to plant onion sets, garlie, onion plants, leeks, beets, cab bge, earrot, cress, roquette, mustard, let tone, parnip, spinach, parsley, radish and eurled kale. Shallots planted in the fall an be taken up divided and transplanted. Artiehokes should he div ded and planted out without delay. Sage, thyme, marjoram, " . her abs ought to be divided daring this month. Early va...

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. — 15 February 1871

TYOvmLU M "PRKOVDEBNCI HEPS THOBE WRO .rAP "TH ~VBV .,- R35. ..I.r.. P A.I,. AS... OF ST. IARI, (ATT KAPAS) LA., WE.D.ESAT, FEE.IU.ARY 15, 1871. Fm.easoi, let gragrueI. :easia eigh: His cant be wrong, whose life is in the righ:. LAND ADVERTISEMENTS E. N. emL.usbae4. AL U8TA TE ACGENT, NEW IBERIA, LA. Has for ise, a large list of the Meet edmet sad Desir ble $8gar and Cotton Ptratise Parm sad Traets of Idtad in At& rad t. Lm.wi Traet. of Land, a'radrS or h D it Qati, fwWor d.T NA·ew.Ar .D 6- A TRACT OF LVATD UWMML OV D TI[ -mr e Outoee Ho a aesnnthwest f NO-W Ib.I, e 5110 alO p.t, with a msal orchard and geod sitt.., sa/ a-d H-s witai. two mile' of Nor -ame ii a AD IRALE SUGAR PLANTATION ON TH TJ41· 5dm 89gw *Saia. -a n',trarala m. uml. bns an pile. a neeomerlahl Iwdlitg, wth 4 roome, aay aihic realtaebliag, and alm mw mwbla oxen, o eart, Bae, Tl. cart lUBmrofs mf1 e e,.tc. A .bA~r94- '·rA urto a sr FAUSS and in U5m a0sI of wp,1Basso 1 m ar ef the Prn lop mnlaM eataema aadl arpe....

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 15 February 1871

%ft lanttrs' aNUer. D.Db dFfTT .- - - - Editor. WUDapslDAr ...... FgBU&R ti., 11rl Teima of Subscriptton.' ;FInl DOLLARS A TEAR, .N ADYANCE. Eter ebarbriber who pave at this oice, to Frankh; -I e.it. ietao ad.eaCe will be entitled to a edaetler weaty er aent. frouºi abe..pice. Terrn' of Advei-tisIS. WErxLY The space of teallaes.oroaesquare. Ia Nonpareil typ Ste"C coUtlitutin a yl tare,. to-wit: ir .sen . $1 50: two week. $2 25; three week ,9. to~r wtk. 3 15; Iwe weeks. $4 25 Vhoen time is not epecied hbort advertiermeats will be publishederre weeks sad charged aeeordtnlat. mOSTUt.*: The space of ten lines for one n.oth. $3 73; two mnoths. .5 75; three moths, 87 50. A colemm of t Bassl ce.tains If square of nor oI. tAsnfor Adgriiaatratorship of Estates..5 B oael emsies.. .. --............... I... sLaowenmpu t *>-------. 1 No re41dit ve for a4erttsing, job work, or sabeclp ien, except by speal agreemet. Franklia. Jmne, 30 .50. Weitorials anb Othtir 2rtitles. Thanks to the Steam...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 15 February 1871

W AUVERTI!JiuENTS. Errry talad: Fs erUe. THE 'i FLORtENCE FAMILY, sy·$ f WG MACHIM E. F-, S ,i. . .To hihy s srering mahu efre forms tha. ohjecions S! ttas bl r others has oeer o euly task; Ibr wre not -thrsb sulass oterr a as they appeared fears ago, but alsoasmIaem tipeb time,by m o.orer nt epr . Disre tee cae and loop . 3r knit stitches. we adept the Lack tltch., Tr both t- side of be s~rý, w M, ehr ced hptbe mswe. ometime urged aganbst t. favore te sti we b r, d .d elbypot, Double o. and hlDouble Knot, either f which is stroeger mad men sluis- than the Lock; thus eaebling the opertor to select sttch perfectly ited to every grde of feoarl and whl, e a .,amay, sow scanmus h m aea tLa It Ia poeml. to do by Land. The FLOtRENC makes four dterwmt stithe with as mu ae idary machine Uake one, and with a lttle mabneay. TfJe introdactine of the c.metee W3ache dates a new . Unera n etn~k a oeba beinga the embodbrmnt qt now prncaple v sehe' t ato ssg. We are R q wC ma k orking maheac, aihwa...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 15 February 1871

e l'anters' annex. car0tining in Soutilrn Louisiana. Gardening ahould now be attended to promptly whenever the soil and weather will justify it. Never stir the soil when it is wet .. The ditches should all be eletaed out, and .WL water uboald not be permitted to stand to any psrt o the garden. The soil sh=ld be thoroughl, spaded to the depth of spot. at, team. 'he ar face should be thoribghly pa.erised with a rake. Daring this mouth continue to plant onion uet; girlik, onmi -plants, leaks, beets, cab. bsgo ,mrist mes, roquette, m let. ta.es eparsip, spinseb, seakie, J.etisle artichoke, and late in the moeth plant Irish poIses. ht the above, except the seion tribe, mustard, corn, potatoes, roquette, and let te dshould be planted spasingly, alway. reserving an abundance of seed for Marel, plan~, since most tender plants are liable to W~W from beating rains, severe frosts, r cold ad long continued wet weather. In the middle of this month it will do to plant cucumbers, melons, squashes,...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 22 February 1871

VOLUME Xxx. "PROVIDENCE HELPS THOSE HELP T*HEMSE ' NBER 36.L "' For forms of gora.mint let fools contest; "C'ater s f,, r.~,s l,,. a etfls ot.; FRUaNKLN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS) Lt., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22., 18..71. o' is or :fa, . .,,. ,: LAND ADVERTISE.,ENT .s I.. a , i .t.ý i LAND ADVERTISEMENTS E. f7. Lonabard. AL- ESTATE .i rENT, NEW IQSRIA, LA. Hlas for Sale, large list of the Met Select and Desica hle Sgar ad Cotton Plantations. Farms and Tracts of Laud in Attakapes and St. Landry. Tracts of Land, i s..u.ve.d In LauTin Small Quantities, for 8ale Nw Iberia, April27. 1870. ATRACT OF LAND WELL DRAINED AND TIM be , arepeats, parish of Iberia, on Lake Pag nie'm. 15 riles aohthwet of New Iberia. Theplace a salaeved, 1 .ITRACT IN TIHE PARISH OP VERMILION 4100 arpenta, fronting on Bayou Tiger, 15 milee o'lluthwest of New Iberia, little or no timber, land rich, unimproved. 2 .TRACT ABOUT ONB MILE FROM BAYOU nTed e,rlsh of St, MastIa,.l0 arpents ln woodls.U d, awl about 00 WpMn...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 22 February 1871

__ lanrttz' i a mner. D. DEN lETT .- - - - Editor. N' _a . . . I r. = N. L a.. 'WVFDlgESDAW ...... EBRU KrY S. 1871 Terms of Subscription. PIVE DOLLARS A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Every +ubcrthber who pays at this office, in Franklik. -t ,etua:ly in advance. will be entitled to a deduction o wety per cent. from the above price. Term. of Advertising. _ The space often lines, or onesquar.e, n Nonparil typt a trscenastituting square. to-wit: Zne week, 41 50; two weeks, ~2 25: three week ,58. to rt w..ks. 03 75. lire weeks, 84 25. When time is not *pecified short advertisements will b. published lre week- and charged accordingly. MONTH LY: The zpecc of ten lines for one month, $:t 7,; tw(o months. 6 75; thtec months, $7 50. A column of the BAaNºrt rcontains 27 sqn.res of non parei type. S*lice of Appli'n for Administratorshir of Estate-s. L5 01 Hua.u logation Notices.. ........................ 10 O(. 4..t:ancementof candidates tot otffice ............ i0 N c credit given for advertlsin, job wor...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 22 February 1871

t R1antct' saur. 1EWV ADVERTIn4ENT'r. IFrrry. ,ulady' Farorilf. 'I'l1!I'I IlIll{' N(' I I"A lilY ". SIA9IG MACllIINE. To supply at newilg machine free from the .l.jectli:,n ;,ttaci'ing to others has been no easy ta.ok; for we inot only ihad tli urpans ofths msea iines as theyv pp:ared Seara asn,, but also as impronved from time to tiliII., by iore recent experience. Discardilg the chain ant loop "r knit stitches, we adopt the Lock Stitch, (alike on both sides of the fabric.) which is regarded lby ithe tmasses a Let suited to all kindn of work. IBut to I.leet objection -omletiines urgedl ataiant this fivorite stilclh we have ;,led theli Knot, Itllbln L.ock, and jLorbl. Knot, eilter f which is stronger and more elastic- than the Loek: thusl enabling thei operator to select a stitch perfectlty -sited to every genle of fabrie, and where necesanr. v .-w st aIII mIneh stronger than it is possible to do by :,and. The FLORENCE makes four different stitches with as much ease as ordinary anae...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 22 February 1871

Sarbning in ountllrn Lonisiana. FOR FEBRUARY. Gardening should now be at:ended to promptly whenever the soil and weather will justify it. Never sti- the soil when it is wet The ditches should all be cleaned out, and the water should Pot be permitted to swand in any part of the garden. The soil sh mId be thoroughly spaded to the del,:h of a foot, at least. The surface should i ;. thoroughly pulverized with a rake. During this month continue to plaut onion sets, garlic, onion plants, leeks, beets, cab bage, carrot, cress, roquette, mustard, let ta.e, parsnip, spinach, seakle, Jeruselem artichoke, and late in the month plant Irish potatoes. But the above, except the onion tribe, mustard, coin, potatoes, roquette, and let tuce should be planted sparingyv, always reserving an abundante of seed for March planting, since most tender plants are liable to suffer from beating rains, severe frosts, or cold and long continued wet weather. In the middle of this month it will do to plant cucumber...

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 March 1871

-O- -- TF-pSB W HO EDLp T HEM aM ~V iS, N M PRA~I{,ARISH OF ST'. MAIM (AITTMAPAS) Li.t WENSAMLd ,15 LAND1C ADVERT11EM ENTS H~ w . just gIIzed Rt Ike'.. mou:& teeop -,.-. -' - - - . ..-. LoEabggrd. - . S as tforSa.t. a lIrg- li t of the M'Int Select anfDeira, mar Cud 'taOot ILetis. Vrs and Tracts of .ando Attakapas and St. Landry. Tracts of Land, - tUmnimlred, in Largrand Small Quantities, for Sale New Iberia,Aprii-iit1jg7o. A TRACT OF I4ND, WELL DRAINED AND TIM RACYTA IN THEPOOE MI F PROM AOU 0 .n frpe :r o pal o 31re., ITrU on Lade eP, Thre rg of hra . yl o a the plaee Sitopimpo ved. o o ' , be.pa.,r, of At Mt rtina rpepts de wood!pq 'is -ttw 4dl )bab. cabins. a o36 A TRACT O ELETATED UNIMPROVED LAND Ib Coc e 0 ieles m Bil, e mles nothwest of New la-s~e. ' 11T0atatl raetrs, t with a small orchard and awdl in liathio , au d Lfsf within t1wo mile of Nor. ki12as ' la dlread, 64 r DE*IlALer dUoAl PI.cNTATfOs ON THE Tes- , 4t. milesl bela. Nedw lberla. entaaig 400 .psuta . r mapeirs...

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 March 1871

D. DE .Ei'1"1 . . - - Editor. 3 3 .*. ?J I. X MZ?, Ln a.. iiSONSDAY ............*. MAUCUt, 1871 Teranb of BSubcrlptio.n. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. IN ADVANCE. Every subhrriber who pays at this eSlee, tin ranklin pane.dally in advance. will be e.titled to a dedctione o twenty per cent. from the above price. Terms, of Advertising. The apace oftetalieaor onesqure, in Nonpareil type or less eosastindg 5n egare, to-wit: Ow week. * 50; two weeks, 0 5; three week ,. four weeks, 0 75; ive weeks, 04 5. When time i aot speeied oberetadvetiament s will be pablihed Ave weeks sadeasrled ae tndJllg. MON T LT: The of tea lines for one month. 83 73; two w f73; three months, 7 50. A ceima oet the BAssN contains -7 squares of non etilcs Appit'a for AdmiaistratorsblF of Estates. .5 -O Somelkatien Notices.... A .--------------........ 1 000 A aeue mean.teaatd eshtme.Mee ............. 10 00 No eredit gtve for advertasig, job work, or sabscrip loa, eveept by special agreemeat. Franklin. Jann, 30. 18 eitorials...

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 March 1871

~I e '¢lantnrs' ~auucr. NEW ADVEURTI!S UENTS. Errry Leady's Farorte. THE FALORENCE FPAMILY SEWING MACCHINE. To supply a ewilg machine fre f , ;:,, ' :"etiom attaeisng to others hasbeen me easy .: fo- . not only had to surpass other machines, as the .'tn tared rears ago, but ae. as Improved from time to time, by more recent experience. Disearding the chaln and loop or kit atitches, we adopt the Lc·k Stiteb, (alikeoan both sides of the abric.) which s regardd by the masses as hest auted to all kinds of work. Bt! to ueet objections sometimes urged aganslt this favorite stitch we have added the Knot, Double Lock, ant Double Knot, either of which is stronger and more elastic than the Lock; qthus eai th operator to select a stitch perfectly suited to everty gTrade K s-a. whs - n y. sow seams much stronger than it is posatie u .' band The FLORENCE makes four different stitches with as much ease as ordinary machines make one, and with as little machinery. The Introduction of the Florence Ma...

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 March 1871

r d ll - ýl arkmning in Eiut!,crn CEuisiana. FOR PEBRUARY. Gardeuing shosld now be at'ended to pwinptly whenever the so'i and weather will justify it. Never sti- the soil when it is wet. The ditches hcould all be cleaned out, and the water should Fat be permitted to stand in any part of the garden. The soil should be thorough!y spaded to the depth of a foot, at least. 'The -urface should be thoroughly pulverized with a rakel During this month continue to plant onion sets, garlic, 'nion plants, leeks, beets, cab bage, carrot, cre.~, r;olnette, mustard, let tace, parsnip, spiun.h, seakle, Jeruselem ,.artichoke, and late in thie month plant Irish potatoes. But the above, except the ounion tribe, mustard, coin, potatoes, roquette, and let. tuce should be planted spating:y, always reservin :!n alundanc. of :eed for March plai.ting. since imost ten',r plants are liable to suffer from beating rains, severe Frosts, or cold and long continued wet weather. In the middle of this month it will ...

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