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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 27 March 1872

___-& u_ -_ W. I WIA L.I A ~pinAm; IM Ors Uos~ kllr w. "~lr Wm t. ~w i ýM U bomo X1 Ain a o Pelrw Am-4 fhr ..t'i~ £~'~-lr(~Wrl4) L ,mwY~ss ,, ~~ M~L ·II k LI PROFES8IONAL CARDS: US w.a.e i vi. ....lplrn ..dsa t YI· i U.-mhD Dbbi LaL r W~ ImimI DMi.S. Apdl ¶14i JOHN D. SAINT IREO3lDENT DENTIST. Preshlim. La. - wit ms. *. W gjhrcru F.Sw,1 AUMmSy an6 Conwuelois Law, >wt L ~Il.-1v. A. SArTIrn,: D. iq.1w. ts.s Is Ivss, ussp~rs e.st isfr. Swe Ii Is I(mit & C... I1 L. . i.W.taqSu. A33 AND GOUNOUlLLON A! lAVA Es#l ftesIr La ao ~ bAs shots zsa a. sum'. 1.. L ueis. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. dam 91 Now Orhess.. AI~r.33UT AID COUDEULLOR ADpaw. ins prmaI W se.- - is H.us SC Y1Me mlIw h 1Dal DstrW Oi.e-1155 run, - aLL.wDrgI 1.1 a L NOTARY PUBLIC, *Prlh .Ibraw. w. S n on S. et H..... *,e61. 17 1. Robert P. P!eril, ATTORNE a AT LAW. - -s U'Sft~ 1iN.. bplas .1 U. Mry, «. EmS.f S.A Twos= al 1.Sad1 ow u.. PYUZICIAN AND BURGEON. Embg . hl 3m .upuimee.. ba ha.. w um a w-l d IYw.p s f rad e =a! I.Y 1e...

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. — 27 March 1872

I t ~tc ~Iantcrs' 3Wune. TESF I U3pta, IB W. L. $M I - - Editors L. ®. NUTANTE, Ofcs--On Main Street. Fir t Do i Brovw Tee's Drug Stor-1Up St'iirs. VAPb3IESDAY ... _:MARCH 22. Il7"2 ORDER OFlC.R. -Tliose who . e tihi office. ii phrase rem bter that the New hlerri PoMct2r-ute ins a Ojor office, ax¶ mznr.-y fur d ar i e' Fe:n' Trou:' this Poet-office from vu:YV ++i.' ff.ce m +t'se louiiod State$. To Our Excbantea Maay of our most valutd r1~bun__. ii.. e~ i", ti.: Fraaklin Postofie. thereby .I j·r;viug a of rhea ap min takuingsp f,,r our reedler ..it i:,h.rse.tiugC l:pqr. W calltheattene d.. c, ir Utbc: e 1itrstýt ' mater t r algtheywilmate the nccc-'rv ,"hanl,. n :Lc, hmalibooks and tbertby obi; e u.. euara. GrifihL & Ilo tnan.rew:ar r : Stine agents, No. 4 Sout. S ro tct. flti'oore, 3' are duly arthorlzed c coi ,t f r.nc.:! .. t; . o *weat rsteq Ao ,ertser3 in t'. r.: , 'td 1. save their oriers with that lir.. Small-pox is still iaging : Nv - ilk. The Cacera5- , fav'o tI.e .!c:' ...

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. — 27 March 1872

tt1anfrrs' anmnr. Lqooa1 NJewmr. We woseir what iti at to have hoses papered In the style o. thoe opepoete this ies-wlth Daen' Paris Pa.tiea Circ. bills t Alt e public schbol-bosme every Thal.My light are am ur joy to all who dse lsIsve t palate tlehts with bse deke.is of the aas; atheS gresast evatat the week. Doa't lrget. Mr. W. L White was reenty admitmdted ot lbs sad licemas t'o peartto Ia my at the mrlts t this State. He wee adlmted to the bar in thoe State o Alk bama ln the year eightse hundrsad nixalry-lie. We wish bim abundant lube... Theak" To the eicer of the St. Mary, fr late New Orlesm papers. Ad leest we should fort, or neglert to c khowisedg their klaib em, and retur thanks threfor, we hereby give thrm a staudl g vets of thanks for any ad all fvers herstdfore eiteed. and these bereafter to be utaeded. New Duldiges. At the present writing there are so leasthan a dosen bous.e In proces ofconstructiea, i ithin the corporate itmib of the tewa of New Iberir.: ;me with lumbe...

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. — 27 March 1872

*erýkning in Southern £ouieiana. FPOR MARCH. Marsh is the month for active springgar doning. No time should be lost in putting thoground in complete order. This work shabmd have been doue earlier, but many could not get labor in season. In the mouth of March, gardeners in the latitude of St. Mary, may plant, sow, transplant ete, as follows : Lima, snap and pole beasts, okra, egg-plant, tomato, mustard, radish, parsley, sage, squash, cucumber, nutmeg melons, iratr-melons, pepper, beet, corn, lettuee, cabbage, turnip and English peas. Lima beans should not be planted be fore the middle of March, and it is always best to plant them soon after fa rain. If planted just lteh a, rain that happens to last a day o: Iw-,, they are pretty sure to rot. If there i, not a trellis olr an arbor already made tbr the beans. t run upon, plant strong pelt!i in the gIA ,,null, a proper distance apart, make a hill ar,,uut:d sash pole, plant about five beans in each hill, one inch deep, anl when tlhe ll.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. — 3 April 1872

A FAMILIY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND STATE INTERESTS, AND TO GENERAL INTELLIGENCE, VOL. X IV. , NEW IBERIA, LA., WEDiNEyS', APRIL 3, 1872, NUMBER 41; . It- N U MB.ER 41;... . . m. W. I ~IIE~)_ cMP --I sob "a amhpmm,.j. e- SWIM no 1_i; II " PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. C. 48e, AY.OENIT AIND CO7INIOUIW AT LAW. OkerPsankila, La Wl peeee i the several parlsh. sempedes the TY 4 Jaujsi Distriei. AprlS 71.tf JOHN D. SAINT RESIDENT DENTIST. is.* em mate Sneet, rreashla. L. It S ITL.- L . e*" 1r. . J. PeMrgs CDrerv & Fseter, Attorneys and Coua..llos at Law. WmdpuesMeedl me CearW M itseJdial DlrId museems. ate.-l wa i~ ma e ma . 1e. 1.t31.-A1. A . sATs, a[. i. _ t 1eaed I. m I Frmatlal, .seepedt llsars lepre ilmel serises Iu the t m.... ef *mw ml viel7. OUsr t deer s S Ihn & C.., h-i 71t L. M. .Rstams. A33?WWml AND COUISS.LOR AW LAVA New Iberla, ILa 4Oaee wf the Ihe ae nmar a> s.mrr. " 4. seimn Lese, .# mre. ATTORNEYd AT LAW. s s...es Se.4, -ge 1 PIr new Orim. ATToCNNT AND COUMNLW3 ...

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. — 3 April 1872

W:-L, LIE - . E. Mers LA. IWMTANTE, I S .- ýO .alfBtret, First Doer Below S Lee Drug Store-Up Stairs. w.Cpr aSDAr .......... APMIL 3, 1872t 0ara OrncxE-Thos who owe this oflce, wil p1 s iammber that the New Iberia Post.oce is an ainr5eem 4 moeay due may be seat to ua through t 1 5ist4.ee tom any Order see in the VUited To Our Exchanges a~e. a r moest valued exchanges sill go t, the rash1 WItbeetheren v depriving asof their assist, SjLaa p for our readers a Interesting paper. We.a Iabs atnon of ear brother editors to this mater hotpig they will make the accessary change on thri hsUibooks and thereby oblige u. Mers Gril. m lreffmana, Newspaper Adver tising gea.m4,o. 4 South Street, Baltimor, lid.. are duly satherised to etotract for advertiseements at our lawet raes Advertisers in that city are rcqucst.i t,. esas their oers with that furm. AN APPEAL. To I Pi oprietoa of the "Peopie's Pa per," and to the People. sw laayames t Nm aged.-How It ws to IXnl a-ed.-P-P mtJe aond Fai.. rNm-e-W...

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. — 3 April 1872

X.,wo ,a.m11 e' ws. A rhas Wuime4a We are sorry to bhear that our enaerprag Mead Mr. P. Mallesin ad his gin burned ea Munday night last. The; I e was comed by some ases lme ping into the ait room with a lighted asadla, whth they either or toched the tathat easad rpid d stio of the eatire Imdling--whteh was thea aast this seetit of untry being new sad well bai sad east between 6000 and 000o, Iaeag . teles eat ton, l.t of Is. and all of Mr. Ms.da oItatral mplements. TMe gin was astlate ahet ats NW. rm New Iberia, agr he Vermillenrille el. .00 tilnsurame ma less of abat $10,6.l es stated In this esama last wekthat we publhed "to the people of this parlh to atted a Ie~rm wh e held at thea aesehees o mthe stwa olrew was Ae th day of April, hat by some mistake it We we fel it our duty to the getleman State, 'a publish It, to say that the omleson that '- and net desig. ions of P/. I etlmr reform In the aesirs te the wb e oded n Saturday; it i expected .hc weary of the enosted on thgreat q·...

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. — 3 April 1872

SSgtuersa ganr. WOiS-7iag in Sopt ujt Loaisiana. FOR APRIL. Marek is the month for active spring gasr desing. N. time should be lost in putting S tbeground in conqmlete order. This work sbould hare been done earlier, but many eeald not get labor in season. In the math of March, gardeners in the latitude of at Mary, may plant, sow, transplant, etc, as llews : Lima, snap and pole beans, okra, gg-plsnt, tomato, mustard, radish, parsley, sage, squash, eucumber, nutmeg melons, water-melons, pepper, beet, corn, lettuce, ebbage, tanip and English peas. Lism beans should not be plant@ be. fore the middle of March, and it is always best to plant them soon after a rain. If plated * just before a rain that happens to last a day or two, they are pretty sure to rot. If there is not a trellis or an arbor already made fur the beans to run poes, plant strong poles in the ground, 11 proper distance apart, make a hill around ek pole, plant about five beans id each kill, one inch deep, and when the pl...

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 April 1872

A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND$-A ItNTERESTS, AND TO GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. VOL. XXXV . NEW IBERIA, LA.. WE Y, APRIL 17,1872, - NUMBER 43. 4t 0 postr Anmum; $1 50 6tQ UzM ths iNVARIABLY IX ADYVAI.C kedded Rates of AdvIttisn. Werly AwertssUmen, S01 0 per sq.u.e-1O i.r rYeasy Adverte.eta., single SqaSre u . A Ulbe isacoua ame tfr iloaserradvertlamseat. Tweaty peoest cated"froi the abeve rates, if ie bu is paid wbena lrt peeeated. gW' ts for yearly advertiasmemt wil ba.ll.al quarterly. Mafsiae otkies and obituarie1 charged rs gals edvertmista. FRANKLIN CARDS. Ho0LSS AND IGeoGIR. The eubscribers have now 000G D SDI HORS BUGGIES AND HORSES, (double teem*) I t, at their liary hble on Main St.et, Mia. a all Simed. Per.e.a wishla coeyavese say part of the peribsh, or t ew IbeVra, can always be aisosod4ated at our tble. Old fieads and new, etrangers and itbaseo are Invited to glve uea au. asln '71-l PHARRt A SAWN. AEIIONS9 SRIPTARD. i 't.LA 1ING MACBI .SEtc. The.jartnership formerly ...

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 April 1872

tr awarr; ýý #_-- ---- -- I--- L m Ooee-On Main t PFlat Door Below Lasmag Sore-Up Starls. V3renaUDA' . R.........PRtIL , 1.2., oRt.t Otrlt.-Tbose who owe this *me*, will peuse srnsmber that the New Iberia Post-ofe is an Order e.e6 , and money due may hpent to us threo.I this Pest-hSe from any Order o.ee in the United States. To Our Exhanges. *bay of our moat valeud exchanges still go to the PrsuL Posto.ce, therby depriving as of their assist, ancl'n nl pfor ear reders an Iteresting paper. We seil he d tion of our breter editors to this matter hopia tL*ey wll ude the necessery change on thei bhmnlm s and oblige an. HMmes. Oirm& sredan, lNew sper Adver. tisiahr sts, o.4 S t St8uet, Badltlmo, Md., are dlyUatheiaed to eomtraet for advertisemeaa at our lowest r. Ahnvertim ii that city are requested to have air oalear with that frm. gad havebeen &osed with thepreedij of but one. Welplieve every party, republi cans, l oujts, reformar, all colors, split. and sub eaiso of parties,.la...

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 April 1872

The measles is somewhat troublesome in Franklia,aud in this down. The whoop' ough exists to a limitmi ed eur~ towns. Bod complaints are of a mild type lsee seouse. An ice hoase will soon beopsiM Maia street, next doer to the store of Mr. LJ..-, and near the market. Mr. B. V. Iq*, -r merly on the stat of ShewfTe sad whom everybody knws, will be th - tor. Wish him secses in his new essr. Tho Alarm oIP Fir Thursday aftanoon was em d by te burning. out of a stovepipe oun lst stre.k No dmage was done but there wassen i erable exeiteme oa the streets, as tha e - ways .is when an alarm of that sd is given. Who says we shall have as re sm pany f s.ekr Jal. The party who was arrested last week at Roy vilep, for stealing a watch sad gun from Mr. J. Dubus, and incarcerated in the parish jail in New Iberia, made hisescapelastThurs day night. He was, as we understand, heavily ironed, but being an expert, broke the lock which enclosed the fetters with which he was bound, anl made good his es , ap...

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 April 1872

dt)rn £onisiana. FORa APRl. II Marsh is the month wr L4tite sptig gar dening. No time should be lost in putting te ground in complete order. This work f' shweld have . does earlier, but many n cold t get la kbor in eeason In the mouth . odfm , gardtmenr in the latitude of 0 St.lMyr, ay r g lat sQ, trausplant, etc, as fbl i q . , sp and pole beans, okra, I egIaet, Wto, mustard, radish, parsley, a, a-smh, cucumber, nutmeg melons, Mw slml s, pepper, beet, corn, lettuce, e4l e, turnip and English peas. I~ia beans should not be planted be fore the middle of March, and it is always beut to plant them soon after a rain. If planted just before a rain that happens to last a day or two, they are pretty ste to rot. If there is mot*a trellis or au arboralready made for the Leans to run upon, plant strong poles in the ground, a proper distance apart, make a hill around each pole,-plant about five beans in each hiR, one inch deep, and when the plants are up.and strong, thin out three. As Lima bs ...

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