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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 24 January 1872

Iron ,,4 k ., ----- '- .. - -,E.. N,.-P.--.r Eva° - TO LOCAL AND SlATE INTERESTS, AND TO OGENERAL INTEr o .*.I VOL. Thxlv. EIR L__DJN M 3 VOLN xY.IT' -EW IBERIA, LA., WED.N.D\y, JAXU? NUMIBER 31. 5 i"I-%. .. PoWTMbed evrr, WXDNl ý T, iMKBCC 1Wrl W. L uzrgjg5, E A3 tI At63 00 pr Annunm; i SO Six XoSat IXV aAaLY 1Y1 A1 VAXICL *a4o.4b 3a of Adveut~sm. s .ttl Ad vertiseemmat, $1 N per Uqa rre-3O 1b ri t p. . 4 Yrri, AdvenIfemet+. 4·ite Pquarw 4O. A Tbura dl.eouat ina4e for lo .-r anefnlIepat. Tw.nty per o.at. d.4ated bo ths abov rue, if th htlI Is p.M1 whe. 6r t pfrsap4 gm h far 7-17 r.wmk lb resarweusb Xmar s4 a rni T. I qu Mb-Wes swtieeu ad ooitturiu LAýý e -Y ai :AAr~trliaett+. Y~tOFPII3SIOSAL CARDS. S.. c. Adras, ATTORNEY AND Co')r!QtLLOu AT LIW. Otsce-Fraattia. La. K~uI nrr.PO. !n t1H 4rWcd1 paMiAE EnJptaimg the ?b~rd tt~ieiat D i~r ct. Aprfl'71"tf R FS CI rt T DEITIST. '*re. a. Male Mtvae* Snatlln. La. letF·h 1,:, iif -,f. v. CA*rrcY . M. J. I'Wtit. C', 9.rv' k F..tý'V A ttorneya ...

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. — 24 January 1872

W. I.T!2 TIIE,, T _ 4 . . . . . . . . - - W. I. SE IETT, - - Editors. E. A. blENNETT, Offi--On Main Street, First Doc r Below the Post-Otff-u, Up Stairs. W RDI 4EDA1 ............ JAN. 4,l1890 . -.---.- -r----_- -- - - ORDER OrFIC'E.- Thloe wLo owe this ofce, wil pl.ase reowember that the New Iberia Prot-otace is an Order . ce...M Jt,money due may be sent to us through this Peat-roee from anY Order offire in the United States To Our Exchanges. s.tsy of ourmost ralued exchange, still go to the Frahklin Posteffice.thereb, depriving u of their ai ist. aneaia making~ p por our readers .al interesting taper. We call the attention of otr bt other editors to this matter hoping they will man the nt-tsar., change oni theis hmaulbooks thd thereby oblige ua. Museur. Gitain & Hloffmnan, Newspaper Adver rising agents, No. 4 South Street, Baltimore, Md.. are duly authorized to contract for advertisements at our l.west rates. Advertisers in that city are relque.ted to leave their orders withthh...

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. — 24 January 1872

T-rca1 1'Tewm. Plaatatles Sold. Several plantations in this and the adjoiniag parie hve been md reseatly. Moat of then Meiat owi through the different land agencies. The health of the parish is very gaed . No sick mess of any eemsaeqe beyeatl d, d e being onatracted befre the goe we ei Dranm tlo Peiuapte e. We hear that som of the oung pe eo aected with the Iberia Thespier Wewm 0d tertaiancat on The day has t 'ot bam is ther perbrmamsace, We notied many f ear chisems bani g & t the door of the telegraph .ee am Uemd n it wLt fari intelllgenee from the eollsion wMh e was eie be tween the two Radical factions In New Odtieae Tb. W.atgher. Fbr two whole weeks the weather has beam dd No objection could possibly be made to sa weamher as we are having. .,~ontry peopie rnm taia lu atage of it, and rre driving away at the new seep Oeacert. Home of the young men of our town save a aoestrel performance at Thespian lalli last Saturday, we weor out of town at the time, and could not atiand, 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. — 24 January 1872

i ii sourti n ttisiai. I ~ ti a y i * a u e r .c r u z i e R mou Bay seed w.ch we reeoniteudwed Wi'tPlr 'ttit smonth, can be sown duri&dn ti .tb. Mustard, earrot, parsnip. ete-e 7 eItem, r.quette, pardy;, corn salad, spin. 514-4011, rrem , black Spanish, orwinter "i Laks sed. owino are of the more be ys. of vegetaleas, and hardly ever airing a~jiater with us. Lettuce, beet, D1M0,10.. radish, endive and caulir ,W Wm s t teiner. In sowing the aA te present time, a sheltered position shouh. f luesct ed. Plants, suoh as cabbage, let.e ~b 1*acL e hetls, etc., if large emagf, Wtl t.iCtrsplarted. Sage, thyn,e, and: shaer':Mrb May be divided and sat out 9[imllraboald have been sown last mouthl. q~hhly b' &cwq yet. If sown thinlyi, i r 'eoil, sad tranaplanted as s'on as Il'r , bthe. will give a fair yie!d yet to apecialy if the spring mouths are not too I0 and dry. Onion sats and but:on ont . ip 00 s planted sour. Sow some late '0000 a d4urim gý this, or earlv nert di _ . j@a shelter...

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. — 31 January 1872

--~ A FAMILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND STATE INTERESTS, AND TO CENERAL INTE4LIGENCE. VOL. XXXIV. NEW IBERIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31. 72, NUMBER 32. Till •1 elmu l Ilillmml ln~lllNUaMBER| 32; Ponbiphad every WEDNESDAY Morning by W. L: sMYIEU £ E. A DEPNETT. At $3 00 per Annum; $1 50 Six Months INVARIAIBLY IN ADVANCE. Reduced Rates of Advertising. Weekly Advertisements, $1 00 per Square-10 line nmall sype. Yearly Advertisemenle, single Square W.2 A liberal discount made for longer advertisement. Twenty pemeent.deducted from the above rates, if the bill is paid when first presented. E.BUls for yearly advertisement will be collected quarherly. Mtrriage notiee' and obituaries charged as regal1 advertseamhts. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .s. C..Ut1rs, Al "ORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Oee--Franklln, La. Will practice in the several parishes coaposlng the Third Jadlcia' D.strict. Aprl8 71-tf .JO1 IN I). .AIN'I' IfESIDE NT DENTIST. Olee on Main Street, Prapakltn. La. 1tsrch It, 1. 7--. D I)...

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. — 31 January 1872

t arntttrs' samr. W. I. SMLIE, . - . .N E.L )EHNETT, Of-ic-On Main Street, Iart Door Below the PNt-Ofice, Up Stairs. wa DlsDATT..........-.... JtA.3, 187, m-as (wacs.--TL5e who ew this eaes, wd pehei remb th the WNw Iberia !hePoft e is an Ordrsoaoe, and money due may be set to as throgh -tqs Mee tree say Order *ece in the United i earnest .alad e:ehalss am Io s the ] estesee, thsrby deprrv.g w of their ame eiAqk s r foer zar rs a. Intere.g pY.a l i eser bdoeer rete edathlo tisao Ltter e ma the nesemary canage m theta a r iand thesms eb. ee ean Saesa es. & HA*Eera. Newspaper Avrw aiaes aa, a. 4 Seuth Street, Baltimosm, lid.. e duly amterdad to eentract for advertisements at our kwet ete. Alvertisen in that city are requested to leave 3eir ems with that arm. Cotton is dull in New York, at 21 ic--Gold Area109*. I above Little Rock. W. . Ogden offers to sell a entire block in Chimg. her uessom-house sand post-otf Berlin is erewded with Americans. They sgae a grand bllen Christmas at...

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. — 31 January 1872

fe Iamntrrs' ýai . LTOcl 11 ewm. TolReat. An om one secoad Soor, front, lathe ieis. part of the town. For teas, etc., apply to the lBamNa OrPe. Job Woeek For the neatet and cheapest job wk, at abort modes, and in any color,all at the PLtErs BAass. oeee. Tax Oeeet. We areasbured by a New Orisam pape erat Mr J. Ales Jaes . e. hem appieto by ow. Wrath., tax ceelletr r the pearh o Iberia. The Weasbe For the pas week has bee u ly eM r the setio. (Ion esay morng the theanmeer at the store of Dr. Ja. A. L e stood at V. Tle g5o was bofes to the &pt ettwe or aree l tia We deae t sa t the enge ues to esposed pla eerwpre tapred by the late ee weber. We hepe this my to the tees was emt ea d. elte at g crop cibepee Teebe isbegimning is be vehals, ualanesm. . During he peat eM all besteee rsae et a eeal char acter.h as beam Mspped, as It has bean Impoedhle tbr country people to lenas e Ih e the the kind of ethr we have had. lShaker Preervwe, Dr.Jas A. Lee,advertises a supply of fresh Shaker p...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 31 January 1872

Z, .-- -I--~ Miat may seed which we rmoemmad Shew laps .onth, an be owa daria this r oth. Mustard, earrot, pasrip, eell SereU, rmqUt, parsley, corn amiad, spi. selfsal, sorrel, black Spula, dr lM q nLek and naio n s ofh t. i ReU R lardy olas of vegetables, ad hardly ever fias driag winter with s. Lettuce, beet, and iog madish, endire and eali !wsr.m oma aender. Inw ao the . -at . tl*.j nt time, a sheltered position aoald besalesed. Plants, mach as eabbge, let ., h.. a, habs ate., ift w b.- , tulbe seemhaes. · e, a.ud ShAr inme my be dii d'and a t e*.t gamsuok ldlhave been owa last month, Wbt st.y be sewn yet. Isown thinly, li iah soil, and truasplasem soon as Semesgb they will xgie a r yield ye, if the sprie g s;eats are not too n*Yb-. Oioa sets ad button on > 11hi isie4 p It.o bess pleat. g .lih fe myibseplean by thisd of They wias ay ri. offg "ssee& _ qiM % +1. ma etc., in _i w s g lt swsth and lat is time eno ssw ther. " Dulaig sold weather the young phats * hae to be prot...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 14 February 1872

,,7 WUEDNESDA Y oiq ) ri. I.. au u. a & EU3Wm At 3 00 per Annum; $1 50 Six Maotn INVARIABLY IN ADVANO3. 34ouid Rates Of Ad avdItl W ly Advo etteamlt*. S1 00 per Siam-10 lime sumr tipe. Yearly Adverttesemete, dagle Square S. A liberal dieosel eisi fo leager ad ertleuealt. Tweety peoeent. deducted frau the abeva rate., if the bill is putd whoa Orat prmewels. (WDWSt for yearly ad'erutieamu u be esesi- e qmarterIp. Narris Ratsse mini obilaastus ebtsi us adverttseeuts. PROFESSIONAL CARD. " .1. V. .d/i., ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A? LAW. Oiee-Fwa.kN.. Le. Will praetlee it tie several padu" seepeb te Third Judicial Dietrict. A"M 71-ti .TOHN D. SAINT RFSIDENT DEN-TIST. Vcas~ M La. Mareh 16. 167.-tf. 1). Carravr, IA J. roew.t Vafferu AF Fa1 Attorneys end Co.siuomt Lw, r.l1. Aeº . . Hayle eted*C b. aymaki rea. e.haY Fpe r..ie..ta oee/eee 1e the c~iswema Uw tam 0ft. meat er t. eeitb & Ce.. , £n E.1 eL6UW AT1 rI~s AI OUiSuluM AT New bseef. LI. A'1'ORNE~h AT LAW ATTONUTY A OUSUiU~ A .A., W...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 14 February 1872

ý 'ý e, !~ a Doo , B.,.w POIe . Up 8taira. " -·..._P. 144, 187 PIOMS ~t~tt z.-.T se b "w" his odce, w Ordsrrommuber a the ew ss peet-,me ia m Mad Mo fday be sa,, to hstr 1hi Pet ei trol may Order otmro in the Vtyt.e Ia ti To our mag em S tb any . arMsst " ied "=daa'ss am N t. the tb jejy Per- eat ra1 Nbt, mdye, ae th Oar C LIJn sk saki ge or our readers an to !!s We Adve" fortha sthm Ctye reque te bi hslilte tbnbpoblo s ryCha. o bi. leav Ne e Adr mw, "tst eilsta to M ate',ag 'eo el h emled aod fAfty.j- t deaths fromn emaIIpOz oeeerre iag we ur Phhp a Alndeeimaý iJ ý , it is re ported' 4d"not aProys. f the indireqlm _;.gainst the t g~roua -E-16 A mjvemeat is on loot is *g1 Thiean Erit for in, sad to adew the Aeee.bl$ seallmily by elestioe The will ef Jamese tk. .., was admitted to probat on iida, ate~a, n~~t waw to sess 7el 3a5 11s ttal iset eittem at all the pert. deamr penerer 1, l871, were 1,11,967 A bItejd&1 i Am will furrish the eus ees geverameet with fie hundred loesm The ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 14 February 1872

Looml NaTewv. Did et weem to exhibit aueah interest amoeg the elderly portioe ofour popeltioe, and our etreet, eve now and them the appearance of a dimlautive masker, presented about its asual appearmace. Malm sat Busiaoas. Our streets were emlilvemed yedera by tame e.les from New Orleams, whocol oled aesout,al ater tained them with the ladtesomn meledie9 abut as half bor, mad them 1am. eloqeaabso eseum meaded the use of a medele, er whigh they weg the ageeta The MLeas The pIreat ASi weather has eUnabdl Me ptepetier to pat the Week im estder., sverysthie wis beem ple- for the meetls, on Thurma,. rei . d amr day t uest week. A rge tmber 0e ra. wm take place each day. Let all mak their prepaerti to a Mr. J. Allie thie week appenrs m sam toa platers. aeuem.tg hi am ewerer trea Mr. AlliSee s a ploamer of ripe ezperismes, adl im aditima to this faet he rfers to manyof oar ra piatl ari the Tech, who have asa his meehlees ms l d thel aI that be represe them to be. We reder ar weme hik aerd...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 14 February 1872

mouse , let enougb, me, and at oat month, If gown thinly, t-ed as soon 0as a fair yield yet, batha are not too * and button on Sow some late or early next t, to bue pestat ibfthe ead o iiCI~Jtdesld in thi3 YA. s is ti.hwe eootihi to wv the young -lon s b they are more tender or .died srieties .i AIM" eads may be planted this .0ooth ra Sin awp, but oly the late Yarin *dg., ' -.s NIPe white sad ble&-eked thE ss " m latter b ert of siek anuth is m ample` tine to emus wie tt e ear y ve rieties. Iead Windieor, oer Eegrllh be. u Sh $antsd this month. If all emestU51b rotte" - lror"esa* e l.' or w _w tte roeam for a -pk - a . mkt t weA wib saaem M enures ssp wi wanet iti -h spiu.e.-b..~ * ter, and euin&@= wilh be isga .e ryesuei smeal sedi This is arjiSd tis. tb be p ued b .. b O r in hWb5s then ae# tie best Ube #d % ebe wi M. b sd time hr· 1 *.P~ Thi n New l nego tiating for ab cignon. Sirmeals a day recruit theexhausted en ef' ies of an Indiana invalid. Woman first tempted ma to ...

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. — 21 February 1872

A FAMJILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND STATE INTERTS, AND TO GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. VOL. XXXIV. NEW IBERIA, LA., WEDnESDAy, FUnYRY 21, 1872, NUMBER 35. frbbaed .reea e WUIPX* hY aiIs by W. L. SM'tII E rA L i BU IIT. At p3 00 per Anmm; 41 SO i zMoat.S INVARAnMe Y 1t ADrVAO., Reduced Rates of Adsldt. Weekly Advertisemets, 61 00 per Square-lO ei usal type. Yearly Advertisemeals, .agl Square I0. A liberal discount made for longer advertl.smat. Twenty peeent. deducted en the above rates, it the bill is paid when irst preseated. 'Blls for yearly' dvertlement will be eelleesdl quarterly. Marritge notices .ad blbri harge is re.-h advertlsembnts. PROFE8SIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEY AND COUN3i WE AT LAW. Otee-Fra klln, La. Will practicl. n the several parishes ceapodag tim Ixhird Jxitxcial Distriet April 71-11 .JO)HN I). SAINT RESIDENT DENTIST. O c. am salts =rest Fraakala. La. )airch i6, l871.-t. Ii ('t VitY, f. J.p. Irat (JNa'eru ý'Fd Attorneya and Couinefaoa at Lawy Will prarticc in the Couarts...

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 February 1872

ý¢ kr'ýane~ *- th+ - +s " - U .e .e.........S-~ ~.~a..wm med. r ll m e as em..b. . e -. 'S L man.nm uliglages o l~u, eL%@- _ /a im 1ir Y . s -die .ahs *aaew M" g".li- P-er. *eds . * ~ s r WrWealo ere M Lmsewr S rllithealeast s nest ra teeese assuq. esrm., t eWi U. a. . .er sC. f tmh trer feStre, tshemee, ai e bs r aJV ser mo tg seatri ~v torde u has o.r - e' . iu St diy ars requested to V. Waehmesw is aquatliled a postal ~lewmhset amithe WUate States. Tioe aUon is am the doisern In Phil We a elnsdebtWmp b lm lmm' pC. fori mall Fox is reported as decreasing i New SYork and Philadlphi. Minister W a postal I * the United and France. I bs LIghlatse of -as.ippi - been * * witet a quorm since the ard Gras fee vritis in New Orleans. The Ka-klux Committee is in sessen at I askauq, Miss., with svea ameees and fi I So sieaeaothe jag. 4 "e' rioters oftLs Angeles, California, whe ve been on trial for the marder of Chinese, tease James was instantly killed by a fall t of one hundred and Alty fee...

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 February 1872

Lig cImdcr1 e. JedErso antd Adams. Mr. Joseph Jeffemrsa lad Mr. Edwin Aidar mti in our town last Sunday ma riette Orane Idln, so preperty of the forcer genhema.a The 3t Mary. The steamer t. Mary, commanded by ow Mlad Capt. Trilidad, is at present lying at 3lf4 ls place, where she wl tamaln for ' am E m remune her reaitrps. ia givesa inaneher esluam stem. to on whom is may soamern, isow sif w I e. why the peUtiet of IJmh W. Lmm,o,, eam administrator of the 'aeesmer ofe Thee. W. empem, deceased,' should not be gr ed. Bee admanMt. Death r Mr. lseteyer. Yesterday ;vemag at sheat 3d eoleek, r. am er, one of our oldest aed meet highly repee& e mas, wea smddily taken ill and at S dock depmarte is . Mr. Meiteyer was a native of this pelds, rJttIeleged to ie of ear oldest families. His lued hk d eeply felt s host of friends. Choice Pleats, Sharks, a1.. We direct the attsntiam of eam reides to the adver tisement 'fMr. Magne, No. 41 Camp saeet. NewOrleams who ha- on habi, a choice assortse...

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 February 1872

ýc hrdrst antr.j *arrbgtug in SoatIera taoisiaug. Almost any seed which we recommended to be sown last molth, oa be sown during this onth. Mustard, tarrot, prsnip, cele ry. oress, roquette, parsley, or salad, spin ash, safy, sorrel, bliek Spanish, or winter radish Leek and onion are of the moeo hardy dias of vegetables, and hardly ever freee during winter with as. Lettoes, beet, turnip mad long radish, endive and sali lower. are nmoe tender. "Iao se g them at the present time, a sheltered position should be selected. Lnats, such as eabbage, let tuee, leeks, beets. ete., if hlage e.ao~b, should be transpla--ted. Sage, thyme, and other herbs may bi divided and set at. Onions should have b en sown last month, but they may b' sown yet. If sown thinly, in rich soil, and tranaphated as soon as large er ,ugb, they will give a fair yield yet, especi.rly if the spring months are not too warm and dry. Union sets and button on ions can be planted now. Sow some late embbage seed during this, or...

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 March 1872

T a . p 0 Weekly AdUvernSe.iem, 66 per Uquate--IOme em lU t ,_e TearlyS*F MevtAbmu, gaite Sqmere tS, A liberal -- -----__ _ _ _ _ -_ _ _-_-- iheint mee Urleiger advertleemt. Twmqppeaet.a daetefteoteabevoerate,itbe A FAMILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND STATE INTERESTS, AND TO GENERAL IN TELLIGENCE. 1da bedl i wbsm r presented M oyre bryeeui a4b me t wll becollected . ..- - - ---. . . .. . . . .-. . >e no.. eed ouztales s.arged -,- VOL. XXXIV. NEW IBERIA, LA.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1872, NU E3 &IeiatisecsetU. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. a. (. AtUea, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Onee-Frankul La Wi practee in the several parishes coaopsiag the Third Jelieia Liatrtet. Apr18 71-tf .JOHN D. SAINT RESIDENT DENTIST. Ou*e em Malm street, FreIakl. La. March 1 .1871.--tt i Caa r. N.J. FO6TRL." -. Qam D OsaZ. Law,. Will pectce is the Cour of the34J.ldial District of Olce--ain Street, FranklIt, La.* Feb. I.1S71.-Ty. A . ATT, M D. !aving loested to Franklin, respectfully offers his pro teseais...

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 March 1872

_ _ I------_.._ 1 W. L , Z k., W.L. lTUE, l E. A. .ENIETT, Office-On Maip Street, Flast Door Below the Post-Office, bp Stairs. '.V EDDESDA .......... MARC aS, 1As.7 RDEora Orf-E.-Those who ew this ofee, please remember that the New Iberia Pott-oece Is an Order office, sad money due may be sent to as through this Pgst-oece from any Order oiee in the United States. STo Our Uexangee. Many of our most valued exchanges still go to the Fraaklin Postolee, thereby deprving us of their assist, ance.ln makiagap for our readers an interestlng paper. We call the ateation of our brother editors to this matter. hopingthey will make the necessary change on thel hmailboeks and thereby oblige us. Messs. Grtln & ealmam, Newspaper Adver tising agents, No. 4 South street, Baltimore, M., are duly anthemiaed to eontract for advertisemeats at oar I.wes rates Adertisers la that city are requested to leave their oders wih that rm. ' - --- -'pse P.ht. mnstead of temperately discussing the po litical ques...

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 March 1872

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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 March 1872

ctrbhamiq in osatbern teisisisa. Marck is the math fbr actie spring pr decning. No time should be Igat in putting the grould in bomplete order. This wek shouMolhve been done earlier, bat mey could "9ot get labor in asmo. La the menU of March, gandeners in the latitde of St. M~ar ay plit, ewiteu splt. dci, follows : Lim,, p au pal. hae`m .ahs cgg-pint, tomato, mastard, radish, paul.i, sage, j~ asb, onember, nuatmeg imlels, water-mud, pepper, beet, oes, lsSue, c a i agl Eglish pea. Lii- a m sie sldcl mt be,, plat.ed be. fore the middle of March, and it is always best tpla:. them soon after a rain. If pilaL .'just before a rain that happens to last a day or two, they ars pread sure to rot. If there is not a trellis oa an arbor a·eady -ajde fit the beans to run upon, usst arng lIes in thegrou.nd, propel taee apart, ae a hill arond each pole, plat about fve beans in each hill, one a ada ami when the piasi ase up. and strong, thin out three. As Lima beans eneec pautting out leaves early i...

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