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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 9 August 1871

Publiehed every WEDNESDAY Morming by D. DUN .E T. At $3 00 per Anum; $1 SO Six MON INVRIAIUALY i1t ADVANCE. Redaced Rates of Aiulrtm: Weekly Advertlemeota, 1 eie Sqpueare-l li .a . Advert.eme.t., iagle Sqasre O. A liberal dioseoat male for Der advertiemea Twisty per cent. E. em o the above rates, if the bill is paid wbes Gm presamie. 'Dls fGr yearly advertm me. t will be collected Marriage .tiMes mad obituarlems charged a regula advertilsemts. If I Jl HI• lli PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Oaee-FnaPrhha Ia Will practice I. the serlt par.thes ceaposlah the Third Ja4uleh District. Aprl8 71-tf JOHN I). SAINT "RESIDENT DENTIST. oa.. on alIm irbet, Pra kN.. La. Mareb, 1e.87L.-tt D CArsFY. K M.. Fo~TERh r at Law. WW practiekn M a.LlI.1 DIliaet of Lousima'. Oflrf-MaiU Street. FmUn u, La. Neb 1. t7l.-t~v. U. 5GATE.,W. D. Having loeuted is Fruklia, respectfuy afaen hLs pro $ stonat services to the cittsasm of tows and vicinity. Ofir' next door to Unith & Co., fe-2971...

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 August 1871

---E Qe giantrs' !anna. D. UENNETT. Editor. c-On Main Street, Fat Door Beiow the Post-Oeie, Up Stair. WsonNIDIA ......... AU.GEV 8, t .. ORoDa OrtCL-TheS whib owe is eaes, will plese r,.emlker that the New Iber ,..toeia an Order oSee, and mosey dde may t sent te as theagh this Poe-sdae fem oVy Okder. oeq in the L'aite httakapm .rad.e. ST. LOUIS VS. NEW ORLEAN8. From articles which we published last week,cepied from leading St. Louis journals, it appesas that the merchants of that city in tend to "go for" the trade of Attakapas next fall, as they have lately been going for the Red river trade. Though the idea of dropping New Orleans, and patronising a city of the Great West, seems popular with the planters, we cannot may that we favor this policy; provided New Orleans eapitalists will consent to loosen their purse strings, and help build up this motion of the State, and make it prosper one. The planters, formerly, could obtain all the measy they wanted from New OAe.sm mer chant., sad...

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 August 1871

a Xa trs' . amr. Looal PJewm. QUO. CAWlEs , - Uepvfrr. Of every description. used by Clerks, Magistrates and Rherffs, printed with meatness and dlsp*th, and at New Orleans price. at thbis oee. See advertisemeut in aadther roluman of geInioe C'hestet White pigs. Than pigs wer. ralied in thi. S-.tioa. aadqsre aedimated Amstemar Cmeert. We learn that some of the amateurs of this pnlea1 template giving I concerat an .'rlty div. fot the eat of the Ire company. that 1- tJ be orga.etnd q~eo The attenton of planters and all othes using streal engines, machinery. etc., is called to the card of 4ir PhiipA. TMllane who is well known toetheomuuinasit A dset rate machinist, and all work entrusted to hinm will be promptly ind faithfully execuae4. Sidewalks. Again we feel constrained to refer to the miserble cou dition of the sidewalks, all over town its really uu safe to attempt it walk over them, on dark night.., . I p.leaily the woodea omcs. Hooles abound. and almost. daily we hear of persons b...

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 August 1871

&t ~i-antcrs' .am~e. earbcning in fontfjcrn £onigiana. FOR AUGUST. Gardens in July and August in this country are considerably neglected, and become grassy. This should not be adered B'ds planted in spring crops, but which have now given out, should be cleared -. The ground should be spaded ald tammel over, ~nd if possible covered wIt a habvy litter of old leaves. No weeds dshet allowed to go to seal. A go"kept cklau one year can b kept clean the Bellow. in ear with half the work. ;Cabbage,. maliBower and other seeds, where plants are wanted for tmaud i, should be sown as recommeaded laist rm People should bear ia ated that eb. Gage plants from seed sewn in the latter part of July and August, will produce double the weight of cabbage of plants sown later in the seasoa. Plants raised in July or August, and transplanted in Sep - tember, in well prepared beds in rich soil thoroughly cultivated, will always make large cabbages. Tomato seeds can be sown yet, for the last crop. Plants...

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 September 1871

'- - .. . .. o ý l ." W A FAMILY NEWSPAPER,. D EVOTED TO LOCAL AND STATE INTERESTS, AND TO OENEZRAL INTELLIGENCE VOL. XXXIV. N L . L!, I .,- LA.. '1V Nl l) - ;IY, V EI' tiE. B . :'). 1.71. N UMI., !l. t ltxet'ti ý rilý c:~ I'it isd stti el-vcry WEDNESDAY Moruinug b~ 0 I. 1)1 NN Ie= TT. At $3 00 per Annum ; $ 50 Six Mont* INVARIABi.Y IN ADVANCE. Reduced Rates of Advertising. W.'.Ilv Adiv*ertisment., 41 00 per Square--10 lima., \ .arlv A.h'rtia-metls, mnrie tjuarn $I2. A moral -i-..un"nt mwate tr Inuger advertiese mt. 'rw wy par Cant. defimeed fram the bhnve ratc. If the :.;{l i, paidl %hen frst prcacuted. r;-Rili. for pearly ·vertjie will be eoiiceLrd -Magripriag ta Marriage na~tie.. an4 bitnrir·r harge t as rrg.Isi PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. c 7 1wk, ATT4'U:NEY ADI, E4)UN3!IA1l3,W AT lAkW. LIffice-Frank-flo, L9 Will prrricti' is the several paaixb s -io.po'ang t53w 'I hird Jv~iriis lilsir t. AprlI1 I St I: F II ;NTr DEn[IS Or.tc en Agial, street. rreaºs&Um. La. ('ifaig sr `'ufer, 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. — 29 September 1871

~e XIautris' amutr. D. DENKTT. Edttor. .Oce-On mana Sew. P1ke Do s aiw the Bsst-0be, Up St0i.. WKD ItýSDAt ..............$ *P? 1g ORDER OU71cL-Tbme sh m'b S' ! pIcuse rb vis ta ai Nw b Y OIb Order ojer. sod messy dse W* - Y ýSS tic Put-.0e om n Of wd g Lw ion UdImi 8ttt:.. Durio( tbh. S 4Wlakr I oka L smi be *mabu 4ibm tim Ehm4,i6m MA w$ltf si* be " usble toe w ilaisd wepE d~m~e Is my aebi sm, uee.3iAJN A. DEKNTT, whe bees bee~n agi s w bfeeemin s eibh sdt So o _ lr mnsee net leek fir rmaeIsIem maiitter in tie colums of tkin jefvnq azeept is the local d.'psrtwent, managed by Mr. Comble, umW my return ""ariy in OctiA,.q, with tecuWraed huslik gad vigor, we bnpe, and n goo ceadilios for duty. DeDEIIXETT. Country Edto.s, ta from Under ! AX EnrUtL. GiATv SbrKns! Our august friend Iiney, chief editor of the N. O. TimQ, finding it iemtreairst to re ply to one of our articles on the Chattabooga Railroad Compauy, called on our old friend G. W. R. Bael y, the SLuperintendent of the IM., N O....

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 September 1871

C OtaD erNewauner. 4.EO. ('A1UUlK, - Rep tlcr. Beerf tealing. Pierre Lasuse charged with stealing a beef fiom B. D. 1. :lajousanye, at Jeannerette, was tried before Judge Fotut-lieu yesterday, and held in the sam of $1t)ltnoap p" or ,efore. the District Court, at the melt term. Conolidatlon. Tne Iberia anerr. and the Coerria ia Jad have- be a couusolidated, and 'have assumed the muae of The asaerr asd Courier. The first copy under the new arrage ment made its appearance last Saturday, with the mame of I.. Fischer, Eeq.. at his bead, as editor. Doge Law. Some weeks ago the town council .pased u urnli nance authorizing the town constable to poison all dogs lound upon .the streets, without collars and the legal staump, after the 15th of September. That day has pasoed, and still our streets are filled with dogs of every delgrts., high asi low, that do not bear th@ proper I.ac . New Goods. A' number of ,our merchants are receiving their -Icw .tocuks of fall ald winter gous-. Now is the t...

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 September 1871

"o rlrrter ' %i ctr (4jrltitI§ in Sontcrn fsuitsirna. FOR SEPTEMBER. "11, is the mut illrlullt:l1,l m11-nlh to -.\r .,1.,,s fr fll and winter vegtabks. . \. p. I'. not Il ivinst prepar.'di ground forw I ,: .. : l ,."11 :*h ,i .l l ther . I..0., k i'wd ti - aL ,.i fiavrahhle tr sc * ?6 ur paa I, that I: : ilh" IAghts getlintge soted, ad the heal . _ ...: .- gr.: r, d'ritt; t l.'Any. )lMeks. 1\ I-': .: i.- ctoon int 1st niay .-ia-ri 4 I't1,a. of .o1nl €ues, cettee e. ry and, ,-lisei' .jhouid be IbtusplsIo this month. It is lime y.t tosow ab - 1seed .Asa genas!l rule, plants ebtaid from seeds sown in July and August, wil make the larges: e:sbage, hut there are exceptions; laIt scar cabbage sown September and 0le t.h,*.r. asn:lie'larger heads. than seeds sown is \.,tal-t. For c:atlillwcr sied t, saw in thi; ,wa-nih is rather late ; if the season is v. I favo1,rable, they may succeed yet, but ,only ttl. e.arly varieties should be swn. Hy" s..aitig l~ttcetheh bists iivell last u, anth sho...

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 November 1871

'ENTS. ' L ling 400 and C , n I(I o A FAMILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND STATE INTERESTS, AND TO OENERAL INTELLIGENCE, VOL. XXXIV. . NEW IBERIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1871, NUMBER 23. Patb~ih.d 'very WW U A aisb W. L. S s E . .:3 Utf At S3 00 p .anus; ; $O150 Mouthi -. UVtWAIALT IN ADVANOS. ..kI Adssute5ta, "I 00 per mr-I0 liO e .a~aaI type. Yearly Adraememtat d lagh Square W. A Ubetat diateunt made for afIar aimawmL Twesty per cearl. dasled from the above rate., if the l I II pai whea Swrt preisetel. hUts for yearly adwwtiraemsc wtl be collected quarterly. Marriage motto. and obituaries cbharpd a regula adrerdtasmits. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEY AND COUN.IELLOR'AT lAW. Oee-Praklia, La. Will practiee a the seval p.nrihee co.posing the Third Judiciat DiatricL Aprl 71-tf JOHN )D. SAINT RFSIDENT DEW TIST. Oeeo onem Man strat. Vrasiasm. La. March 16, 1871.--t. D C.FPEIRI, . J. P.t Ca.rer, V kF ,tr, Attorneys and Comaasnlom at Law, 'rill esetice twhe a , .dAm IM.J.i Ibl.a .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. — 22 November 1871

rc vc1Ic14rs' ~ainrrj (arntirlt in SontI ern tsuisiona. FOR SEPTEMDER. UI"ijs . the munst iiausmpottmm imi.mtlh + 'ls~ý , I''t~T famll aniI winter veyg."t F A s . It . .. It u. e ,vin, pre fl.a re(d .:I bto , :."m. qIuu:::r ..erds iumº". f'tuvuhra i.........inV. S, 171 .Oaoara OrFlCE.--Thoa who .we this oce., wit Nemec rber that the New Iberia Post-office is an Order oes, sad um y de my b seat to us through this Pat-.Mee em as Ordr oie. ti she Unhod SNOW District court for the perish of St. Mary closed its session on Saturday last. L'Aremir has been suspended for publishing articles obmozious to the French Government. OAwu, Nov. 1.--A bill for the repeal of female saage is now before the Wyoming Legislatare. The re-ni ti d the French army is progressing rapidly. By the and of the year strategic positions on the eastern troetier will be occupied by a completely reconstructed and thoroughly eouipped csrps d'araes Di. Maees. s es e Ug bn .... tended the Qeen for ove t years, and declar...

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 November 1871

£ j ItrS' !aimtr. -L..oa1 ooew . lL m-L,. - 3 eegw. T--- Parish Jail. Our pariah Jail has, at present, but esm occupant Alfred Wilson, who is amwailt trial fee brglary. Lt. Gov. pumna Dead. We leara rem M er. UI i, dti eperator at this place. that Osr J. D , Is a . (lov., e this State, died at Se&k impage w Orleams. A sad aUht. A dreuaa woosa was to be stg tr atmreta Men day night-a eight we have . iJr. i in New Iberia The Salt KImee. It ia reported that ens of the prprietors of the ealt mines. on Asery's Island, is b ear tn, making pre. parstions for the early rasew pa of work in these ,lunes. We trust the report is W . For the State aitr. Q'i to a ..umer of our eitizeua lh, ea the Iberia Sun dlay evening for New Orleanst la d the tate Fair which was opeaedbn Satardaylast. The Coarta. Business Ihs beea eceCedlg dl Ia the courts of ,iutice sice ur "s weekly report. The arish Judge aud The .t.cond Ward Magistrate hav! had but few an..4 Ieafo.re them, and none of them of general 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. — 22 November 1871

itarbcning in 0outlljrn 0oniSiania. FOR NOVEMBER. Alino-t any secd which we recommended *.o be sown last month, can be sown during ,hii onth. Mustard, carrot, parsnip. cele ry cress, roquctte, parsley, corn salad, spin ach, s.alaf%, sorrel, black Spanish, or winter radt. h, Leek a'nd onion are of the more hardy class of vegetables, and hardly ever freeze during winter with us. Letture. leet, turnip an I h.;g r oli-hl ,nive al c :l:i flower, nec more tend'r. In sowing them at the pry cuat time, a sheltered position should be selected. Plants, such is cabbage, let tuce, leeks, beets, etc., if large enough, should be transplarted. Sage, thyme, and other herbs may be divided and set out. Onions should have been sown last month, but they may b, sown yet. If sown thinly, in rich soil, and transplanted as soon as lrge enough, they will give a fair yield yet, cpeciaily if the spring months are not too warm and dry. Onion sets and button on ions can be planted now. Sow some late cabbage seed...

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 November 1871

A FAMILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND STATE INTERESTS, AND TO GENERAL INTELLIGENCE VOL. A -O E . yNEW IBERIA, LA., WED18DAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1871, -UBER 24. . EW IB . IBE Cu L s IIr OR'j .... I - _ _- t W- -D-yi~ E A. * MITT. At "; ýl $0 ei aootbs 'TL7 . £ay~ u~~j 1.'* of A4 t«.ý M- 1 £w l~ eliwal r t 1ar Mw. A Mbai ihbsaast4 b~a s. aDýys rates, If th - for y«'4 MIarti·U a wil b N1NI a dM i r ObNuarie alar e M reula tOFESýIONAL CARDS. ,o1 ATTOUEUT £31 OOUP ULLQ3 AT LAW. OS«e-.?ahltm. La. Will pr"týte ie s$e eyrl pariah.. pm.&, t\ third Jsiief.la rbtrht. April 71 JOIHN D. SAINT RFSmfEý-T DENTIST. i1 aaklia. La. Mare 10~~. 17. IL CATTaa, 1. 3. Poemx.' ('.i:rp Jr Fesl'r-, _ * .tera.j and Conaellore at La ýº; y · w!.e'e the Oe.nr f $s Ai Julllal 3.1 3 Leaieleae. 7A 7.b. 1 iwri.-i,. A. e. GLTES,![. D. Hewing ler+tel Is Preektie rveeeeefntfui eere }r fbeiesl.a.rycee to the ettilee, of tows ue" y cmlni. Os.h exi deer t. 9a th & Ce.. tfe- 1.if L. H. .WrontwSt e. ATTORtNUT AK1 COI) E...

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 November 1871

W. L. SMILIE, E E. A. BENNETT, . - Editors Office-On Main Street, First Door Below the Post-Office, Up Stairs. WED KNSDAY ........ ,:1O-OV 29, 1871 -" FDwho owe this ofice, wil please remember that the New Iberia Post-office is an Order office and money due may be sent to us through this Post-office from any Order office in the United States. To Oar Exchanges. Many of our most valued exchanges still go to the Franklin Postoffice, thereby deprising us of their assist. ance in makingaup for our readers an interesting paper. We call the attention of our brother editors to this matter. hoping they wllm make the necessary change on their mail books, and thereby oblige us. Genrlal Walker will assume control of the Indiana Bureau. The Brooklyn Eagle can't see the honesty of the Reform party in that city. * General Walker will asumme control of the Sdian Bureau. Three fatal cases of cholera have oeiri. The National Savings an - ow will wind up its affairs, but will pay its d p'sitors in ful...

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 November 1871

---1 N1Tews. 7BLE, - Reporter. Tel ti.< trnpearance at Thespian Hall next 'Vlit. D l't :ail to see him. Saht vertisements. ention of our r. aders is ralled to the new ad ,nts in to-day's paper. Read them carefally. ve Pi tlti. Gtpat i. I e] <tlita. it h will make his first and -pperr nce, at T'.spian Hall. Saturday night. .ice Jury - r.·ular --ian of tho Pa'iw-e Jurv will he held next ! rdaiy I)ee.nbh'r 4th Partie.s having bu-iness to transact with the Jlury sl.ould make a note of this, as it will be th- last ' enlas :neeting this year. "Grmsuhaw. Bagshaw and Bradshaw" i~1l . ake tiL ,r bow- to the public at Thei-pian Hall. nes' .r:ard.tr nig!.t. 'Ihey are trutti---especialiY Grimn.hasw. Job Printigg. a''ng made recent aj iitin "i r cur strck if lob P'ris ing rr;'erla we are enow preper-. to eecnte a Lf gi .r:uting in the moit =uneri .r mn .:cr a. =-- atll.:. "ri.'.- uand: t' iularanteerra t:t.-ti m. Paddy Mur.aS'. and Ko-Ket. Thi ,l.,:rnlng pr:ac'e , are t|wo of thl:e.h "T' -...

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 November 1871

/e jantrs maint. "I ntuting ý Boutntll r £ouisiana. POR NOVEMBBR. W. L. E. A_ _$Iy seed which we recommended oce_--Oni t month, can be sown during Mfnstard, carrot, parsnip, cele th te, parsley, corn salad, spin W- black Spanish, or winter onion are of the more lea, and hardly ever please remember that thh 8s. Lettuce, beet,, Order onefce, and money dnsu endive and cauli this Poest-office from an.. In sowing them at states. .eltered position should T.",tS, such as cabbage, let lany of o neeets, etc., if large. enough, SFrolin Pransplanted. Sage, thyme, and Weeu tabs may be divided and set out. hop~s'hould have been sown last month, mai .ir key may be sown yet. If sown thinly, : in rich soil, and transplanted as soon as large enough, they will give a fair yield yet, especially if the spring months are not too I warip and dry. Onion sets and button on-i ions can be planted now. Sow some late l cabbage seed during this, or early next , month, in a sheltered place, to have plants I larg...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 13 December 1871

, irietl·t r "vg a rMI D MenuB At $3 00 pow es S Oxi Months S- u aUL4L>ADVANCL Reduced Rat ofA~v.gte a. We.kly Adveyttisaene\.i a f or ats-S Use lual type Yearly Adl'f~er S51Ml4ý Rqla Us A Sbw *iiscatxt made for lear Tweaty peneent. dedn the above rates, if the bill is paid wham Stt preeemj j'`Bls for yearly adwermrnt will be eeileete quarterly. Marriae aotiweC ant ohitujýel charged a recils advertiseaeh~ts. 1 : PROFES8TONA CARDS. ATTORNEY AND CWNZELL AlT L.W. Ofiie -Paaklle .r Will practic. in the aeveral parishes \posi the Third Judicial DistriEt. 1iE 71-tt .IJI')N D. SAINT REHIDENT DE4 TST. Olce an Maim Street, * ramultu. La. MmcW 14 l 1--tf i COAFFERH Y. K J. Fos (ah r X Pbeer, \ Attorneys and Coaanellaa ut Lat . will ('ractjce in the Courts of te 3dJudcal DatuCict t Louisiaaua. Olilee-Main Street, Franklin, La.,# SL GATES, M. D. Having leased in Frankli, respeadehy Ler hs pro fesuinnal services t the citiseas of town and vicinity. Out next dor to BJeath & Co., _ ATTOP"YV...

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 December 1871

..I i~~. 3??Par.l - oo.--o0 -- aw..t PBt Door Bloaw *5w Ptr.iºi Up e sSri, W3333SD&.I,.,..U~: Iam0 I, 1ar 0mmn Omc&.l-Thg. wD. ., 1b. &a 1M... . b y- _ZI r Aebs l e.. b s fei e uta a isamN gM SNI Qlr ~ eeab gun sog ~ ,.rg S..9~ m-bhgw, cuoem h.m.m toa.W. *- Sq~wEa.owo Um >mg - 0 ýM 1.w w iw wwpr pow ~·l~rsiwlmla doe" Go krLLiYl.qtr M llr Y-Iw (J1isU The Basd of fad will hold Its next am .ainleenemiat Ne' Yoek. o owa l s t ilosy, 3 emwhom e males ,, 217 kiSeales. Those ara whites. The Pris ofWaes is still in a preeario.s oditio. These are no hopes of his recovery It was tated in mitigation of Fiji coamnibal lam that only boys from twelve toe.ourteen Me estem. The trial orf Ir. Wharton, for the m.rder f (emralX etbam, ooampneed in Baltimore oa the 4th lst, The Prin o Wales lying dngro.uiy ia st sidirnsamg and very littlo bopis felt of hi rocover. Horaes reely deliveed a lecture on "Wit" sad 'woewoers ow long a man may talk without exhibiting any. Wa. I` COle was killed ...

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 December 1871

GEO. CAMBLE, .. Ren. O. W. Eatelip Preached his tarewell sermon in this la aday last, and will take his deperture for P Tea toty. Abaeat. "Ye Lacl" is absent on a rvlhth this l eek, ant oar readers can atribut ar y of Interst in this colasga to that fact. 8 ine eour last. the parish has bemn by two raies. la fact an ususual quaaity of fallen this fall. The effects have been daaghieg to aps, anrnow interferes with shipments. Clothing. Mr. B. Kralage of Prasukls, Ab t ath. forming the public, that he has emama the lagesto of gents' and boys clottlpg a (eulishlsggeods L Mary, which he nvites the publi to eaR ash emzal oaotal orgas. As will be seen by an item a metheir column, * printlnf contracts between the 8tate and the little thue. papers throughout the parishes have been annulled. aad the PLaTIsra BA.NNu is as meah entried to legal ad vertisemetiow a aany otherJearmi. A Oity. New Iberia, by the last Census returns, has a popula tion of ovea :,00, which is rapidly Iareasiag from day...

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 December 1871

Sartrening in Seutlern oeuisiana. Almost any seed which we recommended to be sown last month, can be sown durig this oath. Mustard, carrot, parsnip, cele ry, crer, roquette, parsley, cor smlad, spin ash, sasafy, sorrel, black Spanish, or winter raish. L.k and aeion are of the moe hardy elms of vegetables, and hardly eve? freese during winter with us. Lettuce, beet, tarnip and long radish, endive and cauli Sower, are moreteader. In sowing them at the pesent time, a sheltered position should e sleted. Plants, such as cabbage, let ltoe, leeks, beets, etc., if large enough, shomld be transplanted. Sage. thyme, and' other may be divided and set out. Omions should have been sown last mouth, but they may be sown yet. If sown thinly, in rich soil, and transplanted as soon as large enough, they will give a fair yield yet, especially if the spring months are not too warm and dry. Onion sets and button on ions earn be planted now. Sow some late eabbage seed during this, or early next month, in...

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