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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 8 March 1871

LANE) AL)V ERTISEMENTS E. H. Lornbard. AL ESTATE A NaE-TT, NEW IBERIA, LA. I Ir fr fat., a lýrge list of the Most relect and Desira blr Suga~r ano Cn*ton Plauatinu. Farms and Tracts of Laud in Attakapas snd St. Landry. Trarts of Land, t nimprovsd, in I.srg. and Small Quantities, for Sale New Iberia, April27. 1870. .............. i- A-TRACT' . LAND WELL DRAINED AND T'IM . bertw, - arpcs.p parish 'f of Iberi, eLake Pagy * em. 15 nr iles roithwest of New Iberia. Theplace ! unimproved. 1 TRACT IN TIlE PARTFI. OF VERMLION 400 arnts, fronting on Baye. Tiger, 15 mls. southweist f New Iberia, litI or no timber, lead rich, nnlimlprored. 2 ATRACT ABOUT ONE MILE FROM BAYOU Teaar ft le0 arpenats fie wodIlnd, an4bet 210 arpeats o open prairie, rich asd easy of .CU.t I o.ll TheL are no Improvements on the plies excepttwodoable cabins. U TRACT OF ELEVATED UNIMPROVED LAND Snear the Coa elee t Hills, 8 miles northwest of New beri.t containing 1Oarpents, with a small orehard and good site for a ball4...

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 March 1871

~ 1Ihtntcrst munnr. Ui. DZiNET - - - Editor. ý.RgNmr=N A.. WFRDMSDAt. ........ MARCH 8, 1871 Terman of ~ubescription. FIVE )Or1.LAIRt A YEARN ADVIANCI. vecrssl,,criwr who pays at this office, in Franklin p-eftnunly in advance. will he entitled to a deduction , tweety percent. from the above price. Termn* of Advert ising. The space of ten lines, or onesunare, in Nonpar. itylpe or le.s eonittut inf a sqnare,. to-wit: oe week. $1 50: two week. F2 L5. three week ,h:t, four weeks, $. 75: five weeks, 14 73. When time is not .pecifiednhortadvert ioemlent will be published ive week: and charged accordingly. IMONTHLT: The space of ltn lines for one month, $3 7.; two months, $5 T3; three months, $7 .30. A column of the BAN'NEK contains 27 qnnareo of non pareil type. N.tlee kA ppli'n for Administratorsblr of Estates 5 01.OL lulmelogation Xotices............................. 10 00 nnouncementof candidates foroffice- ........... 10 00 No eredit given for advertising, job work, or subscrip ion, e...

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 March 1871

NEw AEvEKT'rIý YIENI's. Erpry Laudy's Farorler. FAMIL L SEWING MACHINHE. To mspply a sowing machine free from the objection. attacing to others has bos na a aqnr tank for we not o;v had t, sutrpass other machine,. as they appeared yearn ago, but also as improved from time to time, by more recent experience. Discarding the chain and loop or knit stitches, we adopt the Lock Stitch, (alike on bo-t sides of the fabric,) which is regarded by the masses as Icst suited to, all kinds of work. But to meeit- objections sometimes nrged against this favarite stitch we* have added the Knot. louble i.ock, san. D Me Knot, either of which is stronger and more elastic than the Lock; thus enabling the operator to select a stitch perfectly suited to every grnle of fabric, and where neMessary, n.ow samin much stronger than it is prnaible to id by Lald. The 'IA)RlEN: E makes four differepnt stitches with as much ease as ordinary uaehtnes imake one, and with as little machinery. The iltredaction of the F...

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 March 1871

,Utiuicrs' ~antter. ýarbcninq in Soutljcrn Louisiana. FOR FEBRUARY. Gardening should now be attended to promptly whenever the soil and weather will justify it. Never sti- the soil when it is wet.. The ditches s.hou!d all be cleaned out, 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 a foit, at least. The rurface should be thoroughly pulverised with a rake. During this month continue to plant onion sets, garlic, onion plants, leeks, beets, cab bage, carrot, cress, roquette, mustard, let tuce, parsnip, spinach, seakle, Jeruselem artichoke, and late in the month plant Irish potatoes. But the above, except the onion tribe, mustard, corn, potatoes, roquette, and let tuce should be planted span ingly, always reserving an abundance 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 itwil...

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. — 29 March 1871

Osib A FAMILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND STATE INTERESTS, AND TO GOENERAL INTELLIGENCE VOL. XXXIII NEW IBERIA LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2.., 1871. N. 1. Published every WEDNESDAY Morning by DUNNlIT & IEUBCOTT, At .3 00 per Annum; $1 50 SIx Monthr, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Reduced Rates of Advertising. SWek ly Advertasements, $1 00 per Square-10 lines SAdvertimemets, single Square SM. A liberal diaemnt male fei leuger mlvertlsenmat Twenty per reait deducted from the above rates, if the paid when rSt pmteaetle Bills for yearly advertisement will be collected ,- ,an . BUSINESS NOTICE. TW. two ,ffiee, tihe "'LAWTas' BANRat"' an4 "NEW agata TlNr.s have united their iatere~s and good will, 4 frOm th !tth of March, 1t7l, the fortunes of both 4m will be haerged it those of the "PLANTE:.s' w-. . 1ktaaTdeTms." e i, tion lists of both offices will at once be O'.l'4 Ad compered, and those., who were salbseir Sbothe Jraels, will receive a creed I this ofce fsU amss t of hubecriptioen going be...

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. — 29 March 1871

~li~c ~anucr aDn UCZ pece--n ~an-re 15 DorBeo the &otOffO, UP Stairs. CD -SDAT:..- -. .aRCU g, 1311. Thomas Hart Clay, second son of H enry - i Clay, lately died at his residence near Lexing- w ton, Ky. Our exchanges will do us a favor by chang ing the Banner address in their mail books. Our journal is now published at New Iberia, La., and not at Franklin, La. Persons wishing to obtain the celerated al Moline plough, will please call at the oil ca store, on Main. street, in this place, and in- w quire of Mr. F. P. Parent, who is agent for ft the sale of these ploughs r Gov. Warmoth's sore toe is convalescent. a it will doubtless continue to convalesce if he don't stump it against anything hard. His unfortune lower extremity will shy round steam engines in future. Poor toe !d Mr.F. P. Parent this week advertises in $ our columns all kinds of burning oils and burning fluids, and lamps and burners. His [ supplies will be largely increased by fresh t arrivals next Saturday. Give him...

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. — 29 March 1871

i(etanuer aubCimes. Loom~1 Nowaw. Swam's Wharu. Mr. Swaim is building a wharf in front of his warehouse which will be a credit to this town, besides a great convenience to steam boats and the public. Tabletuz. A taldean exhibition will be given in this place, by the ladies of the E.is~opal church of New Ieia; on the '13tILt A ril, for the benefit of the Episweepal chbdnb. - Daywse Sea. º* SHon. F. D. Richardson hasiodd his Bay side plantation. on the Tech ia e. an nerettes for 70,1OO, equivale ntfoe~ to Col. John Winthrop. Joseph Jesuen. Mr. Joseph Jefferspn left this iwbee last Wednesday on the Mail Boat bound tor New Orleamn and the North. He" has epgsnement to fulfil, on and after the 12th of April, at Washington and Baltimore. He will not re turn to this parish again until nextJauuary. The Mo-Bowl, published in ",thi place, J. Y. 0jhe.,s editor and propirete', has been enlarged, and is now among tbhe largest country newspapers in the State. And we notice that this enterprising j...

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. — 29 March 1871

@arbtning in Soutlfcri ' cotbsiana. SFOR MARCH. March is the mouth for aotive spring gar, dening. No time shonld be lost in putting the ground in complete order. This work should have been done earlier, but nany could not get labor in season. In the month of March, gardeners in tue latitude .of tl" Mary, may plant, sow, transplant, etc., as follows: Lima snap and pole beans, okra, egg-plant, tomato,'nustard, radish, 'Palrsley, sage squash, cuinmber, nutmeg mecos, water-melons, pepper, beet, corn, lettuCe, cabbage, turnip aiul English peas Lima beans shou~d not be planted before the middle of Ma ch, and it is always best to plant them soon after a rain. If platsed just before a rain that happens to Ias' i d y or two, the; are pretty sure to rot. If there is not a trellis or an arbor nlrcady made for the beans t, run upoti, plant strong poles in .the ground, a proper distance apart, make a hill around each pole, plant about five beans in each hill, one inch deep, and when the plants a...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 5 April 1871

__--I- t1 A FAMIL NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND STATE INTERESTS, AND TO GENERAL INTELLIGENCE, VOL XXXIL NEW IBERIA, LA, WEDENSDAY. APRIL 5, 1871. - NO. 42. . I ~eamer at ihmes. Published every WEDNESDAY Morning by DENLETT & LINSCOYT, At $3 00 per Annum; $1 50 Six Months, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Rduc Rates of Advertising. Weekly Advertdsemeata, H petr Square-lo lines Yearly Advartemeat, msingle St0a, m. A liberal discount omd f." loaver tdve sm lp. Twnty Pe' peer..dsiet·dfrom the sa-'1 .a. if. [e bill is paid whmeL rt presented. Bl for yearly advertlsatent will be collect quartsrly. BUSINESS NOTICE. The two lee.r, the "PLAxZTr ' BANNEIt" and' NW" IseRIA TiUgs," hkhe united their ipterests and good will, a-d am the th of March, 1.71; the fortunes of both oees wbe merged in those of the "PLAt.~ tER BAN. Vrt TM.'Es ." eaubscription list of both aoicee will at once be b.ed and compared, and these who were subscir for beh journals, will receive a credit in this ofce ol moat of subscr...

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 April 1871

DANIEL DBNNETT. Editors. RUFUS L. LINSCOTT, 5 Omo-O Mainm SSeet, First Door Below the Post-Office, Lp Stairs. WKDINSDAI, ............ APRIL 5, 1811. Tag WEATER.--The weather for several day has been delightful, a little toe cool for vegetation, but about right for comfort. PLAsrIG.--Tbe planters and gardeners are now eajoy.l g a fine season for putting seed into the ground. The weather as our paper goes to press is delightful. MoRnAN''S N. O. .LAN TEXAS RAILi;rOA. The express train on the Morgan N. O. and T. Railroad has been discontinued. The regular train now leaves Brashear a aa quartar past twelve. and arrives at Algiers at fifteen min utes before 4 P. M. TuOt'BLE IN PARI-S.-The troubles in Paris are becoming terrible. Gen. Garibaldi son of Garibaldi of American and Italian notoriety, commands 150,000 men opposed to the Tiers government. Twelve thousand rebels were destroyed ina late battle, and the rebel forces Sar so foicmdaMi tbia great edoirts will be necessary by the govern...

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 April 1871

SFiter egdaily bring a supply of fishlo our nmarket, sht Iathe lakes anL blyu of this parish where they arge Sua Is abadeuaae. Pausan wh toeu ieres at a barain, should at L4~ the.grd of y. L. V. Allisn. Deputy Collector. Meatic -inother column of todacy's paper. The m .ts m (te of th seamters ofithe'A. A. T. Omsnpany leaves this piae. duly . t 3 . m.ifor Brasher City, connecting with the as for New Oriesas. It takes from from tee to tweve to make the the own trip. TrhUw. .Iuk biutio for the buase. of the Epis copal eh-rh of this place, will come off os Welsaday. A1t the 3w Dlsl y Ulttags, on Main Street. Refresh metaiU marvd up for the oeeauloe, and the ex halm Ia epete to be highly intesusting. o TI h ww Iheaa. In th last week, an aceount of the late rains and the bad roads, times h6ve not been qaite as brisk in this llaee as usual, When the weatber is fair, and the roads are g4o, our streets, lIading, warehouses, stores, et , show that we are is alive business place. Le's u sartw-...

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 April 1871

catrbtning in Souttern onuigiana. • . APRIL. Those who hwve been unable to plant sea :sonablv,may still plant lima, or butter beams, 'mustard, ochro, tomato, radish, paley, squash, cauumber, melons of all kinds, beet, pepper, T.ish potatoes, corn, roquette and cress. In fact, almost everything adapted to t arch, may be planted in April. Now is the best time to transplant egg plants, tomato, and pepper plants. As the weather and earth are getting warm, there is nothing to retard plants in growing, and they will outgrow those planted last month. English peas, the ear!f varieties only, may be planted yet; and if the next month is not too dry add hot, they will make a good return. This is the month to plant all kinds of pole beans. Any person fond of salad Ahould 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 large enough, ...

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. — 26 April 1871

S. U. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND STAY' INTERESTS, AND TO GENERAL INTELLIGENCE VOL XXXIII. NEW IIERIA. LA., WI'EDENSDAY. APRIL 26, 1871. NO. 45. . .. . . . |.-- - .. --. ....: -t , - " •- i iliili 9e umetr as Sirns. Pnblidie4 every WEDNESDAY Morning DENNETT & At S4 00 per Annum; $1 50 Six Montia, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Reduced Rate of Advertising. Weekly Advertisements, 1S 00 per Square--10 linqe etuall type. Yer Advertisemeut, sagle Square *94. A liberal discou tmade for longer advertisement. Twety per E0nt. dedueted from the above rates, if t.be eir ptId whem irst preseated. r'tls for yearly advertisemernt will be colleelel Maemiage notices and obituaries charged as regular advertisemats. BUSINESS NOTICE. .he two offices, the "PLAN't:I.s BAt.tSt." 'and "Nt w lamlsu TIMErs," have united their interest: and good % ill. and from the 99th of March, 1871, the fortunes of Iefh ufices will be merge- in those of the "PI.ANTEIts RAr. lER and TIMtt." The subscription lists ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 26 April 1871

Ol ---~6484844 404e r ** Belo Ba gtem P~an I UtRar a. .T~-~ -- -- -1 ,Mo-Of M ainlBtreet, PLrst D. cr Below th the Post-Oflce, Up Stair. wl el W RD]UISDA, ..... a..... APRIL N, 18I1. t OrDE OrracL--Those who owe thd offiee, will please remember that the Kew Iberia Post-omee is an y( Ordeaosee, and money due may be sent to us through ef this PStt-ocee from any Order office in the UnIted w Law CA$t.-The law card of Messrs. Leovy w d Monroe, whose office is at 28 Natches street, PI New Orleans, may be found in our present T issue, under the head of "professional cards." ti ci Law OAnI.-The law cardof L. H. Montanye tl is in our advertising columns this week. He has commenced the practice of law in New Iberia, and .considers himself permanently settled, and will be always ready for busi- i nes. t STEAMts CnmanoKrm.-.Capt. 'org.wev h~ lately made a trip to the Teche in the Chero- a kee, from New Orleans, via the mouth of Red e river and the Atchlafalaya. The Captain in- n tends to run he...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 26 April 1871

". -o "N e w . The Pariah Court. The Parish Court is now in e-.-ion in thi; lpla-e. Jndge Featelien on the bench Hoop Poles. Two Ilat loaded with hooptpole. pat-a-'i "' the Tc .he by Franklin last Saturday. Swalm'a WharL Mr.s-wai'h as early completed his new i, t.,r SWhen cmpleted, it will add to the apt'p.ar.tane ,f the steamboat n.ag, nd the Bayou front 1t the I . New Watehoe e. .Mr. 8waia is putting up a now warehl.n ,, h, I id Of hisold eoe, sice the old one is not large euonuh l ti accommodatet the public. U R ease Machinery. Mr. E. Fsoe Smath this week ad5lrtit.e ihI , 1 amae, second bald sugar house mathinr r-. r :c;ritn. ' 1~11 ers, mger rStllels, kettles, etc. ee adnv.r.tics, : C1 L U!. Kerr, has hlfl at this oflice an e-.:. l ii a anal hen. which is remarkable for its siz It lia - nrs apd a quarter incl,.. round tlhe mitol.U. i ,. Coea md quarter inches measured len;.r h wi Mlae Rude Avery. Capt. MIrd is makinggreat cha;g,s i:; b -.rl. leepletg sad sitting department ,f. 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. — 26 April 1871

Q~arbcning in SoutIjcrn £ottisiana.jl APRIL. f0 Those who have been unable to plant sea- 13 sonably,niay still plant lima, or butter beans, mustard, ochre,, tomato, radish, parsley, s squash, cucumber, melons of all kinds, beet, st pepper, Irish potatoes, corn, roquette amd l cress. In fact, almost everythins adapted L to '\lrch, may be planted in Ap Cl Now is ihe best time to t0 ant g- t plants, tomato, and pepper plants. As the t weat4er and earth are getting waim, therm ' is:nothing to retard plants in graing, " they will outgrow those plantedli mo~b. a English peas, the early varieties l, may be planted yet; and if the next lith P is not too dry sadinot, tbey will maike a good ro=. " a This is the month to plant all kinds of F pole beans. Any person fond "of salad I should sow curled endive now, and continue " to do so at intervals during the next two months. It is best tQ sow it in drills a foot ' apart,and after the plants are up, thin out G to about six inches' in the row. Wh...

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 May 1871

A FAMILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND STATE INTERESTS, AND TO GENERAL INTELLIGENCE VIOL. XXXIlI. NEW IIERIA. LA, XWEDNESDAY. MAV 17, 1871. NO. 48. L 'alt ia M WiltF. Published every WEDNESDAY Morning hy DENNETT & LINSCOTT, At 13 00 per Annum; $1 50 Six Months, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCp. Reduced Rates of Advertising. Weekly Advertiseenlts, $l1 (0) per Square-i-t lii. small typo. - Yearly Advertisements, single Squaire l0e. A lieral discount made for longer advertisement. Twenty per cent. deducted from the above rates, if lth. bill is paid when first pre.ented, I'Bill, for yearly advertisement w i;i he I h.·llc-t("d quarterly. Mlarriage notices and ohituarc ; charge I re.ul:r adve rtirtmntts. BUSINESS NOT IC E. Thlc.two offices, tl' "'PI. SANTEi -' tAN\'Et a:id' Ne \ ItEltlA TIEs,"' habve unsmtd their int.'rnet- and fg- w ill. and from the '.!th of. Marchl. l71t, tt,- forltunls of bath olfic-s will in nergedt in inhose o. f the "'I.tANT.e:a'"' t:.i NIE andl TIM:e." .l' he subscript...

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 May 1871

~t~anucr anib~ime0. DANIM Da TT, o RUFUB L. ,IMBCOTT,S Oice-On Main Street, Firat Door Below the Post-Offce, Up Stairs. 'RNDNESDAI, ............ , MAY , i7 181. ORDza Orncz.-Tbose who owe this ofce, will please remember that the New Iberia Poet-oeffice Is an Order office, sad money due may be seat to us through this Pbt-offSee from any Order office in .the United States. The "Sugar-Bo-rl of the 11 inst., contains an astonishing story of two young girls who are supported by their parents. Can this be true ? OvERrnoAlID.-Last Sunday, one of the cabin hands on the Minnie Avery fell over board, while the steamer was at the depot wharf at Brasher city. The current setting seaward rapidly he would have been imme diately drowned but for a man in a skiff near who reseued him when he was in a state of extreme peril. T'uE HOE Ct1LTIVATOn.-Mr. Pecot is seat tcring his new hoe cultivator over this coun try pretty freely. He has had quite a num ber of them manufactured, and the planters speak in...

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 May 1871

`eo real b ýitne. Lodoa1 Nava. TIhe OardelS. The gardens generally look well. They are free of grass aend weeds, and the vegetables look well. Fruits. The fig crop is abundait. The trees are onade w-ith millions of fruit which will ripen In July bt. Mary Dralnage Oompats. See in another .column proceedings of thi, commis sion, they advertise for proposals to undertake this work. i The Roads. The roads ate good a here they are well workel. The late rains have laid thedust, but there wi nnot reain enough to make the roads muddy. The Auna E. The Steamer Anna E. Capt. Kegs, lately banoglht tint, and up the Teche a large raft of cypress loge frolm over the lake. The Mintie Av.ery. The Minnie Avery, since her reseretion has bteenc a popular passenger boat. We hear her praisºet ,,o all sides. Cora Boat. There is a flat bot iu the Te. he laden i th t orn tlnlt the Ohio river for the planters and villagers of thi . the richest agricultural region Il. the South. Coal Boats. These coal hats a&...

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 May 1871

" 1 aminer dnb Qimts. darbcninq iu 5outljrrii £onieiana. MAY. During tl' month o f May tlot much cant be done in the garden l!csides killing weeds and grass, and keeliung the surface of the soil well hoed and t:-elhw. Aft&r hoeing, scatter old manure on the surface around plants and betw;een drills. Late pease should be stuck, late beans polled, and tomato vines tied up to stakes or frames, fitted up to keep the long bran. cites from the ground. Materials are some times scarce for holding up tomato vines. A stake may be driven by each vine, and the vine'tied up; or ,t stake may be driven on each side of the row at the end, and eight feet from this, two others, and sl'on to the other end of the row. These should be two feet apart and fourtec: inches from the top of each to the ground. Lay on strips of ecpress three feet long on the top of each pair of t,.ese stakets, and then lay nine feet pieux, on ea( chi .,!e of he to muatoes. the whole I n:c th , the row, and let the vine h::...

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