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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 15 November 1849

THE PLANTERS' BANNER. VOL. XIV. FRANKLIN, ST. MARY'S PARISII, LOUIISIANA, NOVEMBEIII 15, 11). 'No. 46. UBLISHEQ EVERY THURSDAY BY DANIEL DENNETT. TERMS: h lree Dollars per annum, payable in advance; 'Five Dollars, at the expiration of the year. Advertisements and notices ;n the Banr.er wil `ie published Three months, except when the law, custom, or the person advertising specifie the time. All adverti.ing and job work payable as soon` ýas complet-d ; and ten per cent will be deducted ;rom all bil!s that are paid to the publisher pcr ssonally, when duie. From the Southern ('ultirator. Sw:r.T PoTATOIrS. Ms. EDITOR :-- am aware that many far. m.ers, through negligence, or trout solme other cause, lose a large portion of their sweet potato crop every year. Tlem'isre, as I have been successful, both in making and keeping this ve ry valuable crop, I thought it would not be amiss, lto give you my views of raising and preserving them. It is presumable that every farmer lknows perfectly how ...

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 November 1849

PLANTERS' BANNER. u G-V TO TRE LABOK OF AuXNICA T11 .ARKET Or AMI CAI."-.C/k0W.* ..L ILIN, La., T i U IIT, UMTlIIE 16, 1849. The atten'ion of our readers is referred to the notice, in another column, of the "New England Agepcy," .esablished at Boston, Masp., by Messrs Mathews, Stevens, & Co.. for tbe convenience of persons in the South, East, or West wishh g tp make purchases, ascertain the prices of aticles, or of obtaining any informs. :tion in the Nd Englad or Northern States. Tan Naw Coucrr-losn.-Tbe bricks ad materials bor the New Court House have arriv. ed, and we understand that we are to have a splendid building i place the old one. This is not merely a credit and bue&t to the village, but to the parish also. Weae h sen a draft othe building, taken by a diqtingulshbe artisan at the north, and we can pafely my, that if it looks as well on terre irwa as does on paper, it will be a, slendid affair. ExrL.Aua.or .-Wtr. A. Q. Weeks requeste4 us to correct the statement tha...

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 November 1849

Avis. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Cour de District, Paroisse Ste Marie Succession de leo Adrien de Viville. Attendu que Paul Prévoet et Augustin La bau de celle paroisse, cnt enrégistr6 dans cette cour une petition demandant qu'ils soient nom més curateurs, conjointment, de la susdite suc ceassion. Avis est par le pr6sent donné à tous ceux que cela peut concerner d'avoir à deduire dans les dix jours qui suivront la date du présent avis les mirasons, ai aucune ils ont, pour lesquelles il ne serait pas fait droit à su demande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, 8 Novembre, 1849. Avis. ETAT DE LA LOUI81ANE. Cour de District, Parome Ste, Marie Sucession de feu John S. Roumel. Attendu que Frances W. Romel veuve de Joba 8. Rimel, décédé6, à earégitdrée deam ctte cour un petition, demandant qu'elle soit omumé administratrice de la die soossmos. AVIS et par le pr6aent daoé à ou cs que cela peut concerner d'avoir à dedaire d le lix jomus qui suivroot la dise du prseest avie les raies(ui 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. — 15 November 1849

C. DURST. . Watchmaker and Jeweler. Respctlfully inlorm his friends anid the pub Slic generally, that hlie has ob(ained"the bouse lormeily occupied by Mlr. C. d4irnard, ner Mr. ji. Smnitb's Store, whele ne will repair watcb (' ad dclocks ol every description, in the set est and most workmanship style. Geothmeno and Ladies can leave fine Watches in bis care with the confiJence of having theudcarefily. thoroughly, and promptily repaired. He hopes by close attention to basiness toumerit a liberal share oi public patronage. Franklin L.u, Feb. 8, 1849. Dental Notice. The undersigned, *ho bas pv ci.1 uiced Dentistry lor seveunteen y>er I*AS begs leave to inform his friends that caion ues to do so at his office in Franklin. '1'ough he has not an instrument for every sooth ij the 'head, lie bas instrumrents wbhich'fit every ooth in the head. Being practically aequaiated with 1 working in gold and jewelry. he believes Wi esa give peculiar satisfaction l setting teetb on gold plate or othe...

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 1849

tlEPLANTERS' BANNER. . 47. Vlo. IV." FRANKLIN, ST. MARYS PARISH, LOUISIANA, NOVEMBER 22, 1849. N *o. 47. . - - - . - - - . . LtLIHEI. VERY THURSDAY BY. _ AEI.L D-IIETT. STERMS: 4 De1er per aa.r nm, payable in advance; I ll DlMr., aItm expiraton of the ypear. asdesoemetse and aotices in the Banner vil -be p ishlesd IThs Msmt, neept when the aw, ed, or the person advertising specifles a th deda| d Al advertising and job work payable as soon eIn apleed ; and ten peFcent will be deducted l . lbi. l that an paid to the publisher peri. owary, wheo due. $01N IW BEAA Dew ir e lately retarned fromthe I OLt Spling in Arknmas, ,and fr the Dr's p wmuks saw bit liet to laterd or sames Be lSrtww ,ely, aler this delay, the 'a' corns sssed. First, being Fi day, at 12 o'clo.,j ., a e rao was as th iq. Disuaaos"i p t yard. The rie resided hee, and al the 'bi sg es' supposed him isviscible. Has eppmet is, or was, a stranger rop landian ii isand destiter of backers, or nearly so, but Swas weU prped to ...

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 1849

PLANTERS' BAN . 11: " GI-E T) TiLE LAbOD OF t E ICA Til: e. XUO.ET QF A)LLZ1CA. -CH oatc. FRANKLIN, La., TIUR6l 8 1OiE';BER 22, 1 i!, i( 0.) We have neglectcd to give the election, returns this week, on account of our not having obtained them in fall. We are in hcpea to be able iurnish to them complete next week. O We have received the Xovember num ber of De Bow's Comnmercija Review, and tind it, as usual, full of interest. It so well adapted to thq wale e antd glts. of the peop of the south. particularly those of Louisiana, that it should meet with the most liberal patronage. Professor De 1ew 'evinces, in his Review, ail energy in his rese rcbes for statistics ai ifacts reiative to .t3 agriculture, commerce rPtl ':n-i eral cbonditinti of the south; and shows'ai itnr ot in t!h weldare of our State, that entides himj awl his review to the highest considtrations of our cititents. to" We hav- before us the Noreoiher numm. ber of the "Plonob, the Loom, and tie Aril." published at P'hila...

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 1849

. AftIT.-a ! Orileans1 , ov. 17- * ' r,,3 to 3, coimo3I to 33, as F 4- , Ckice 5e per Jb. .&zsscs.- t 17 per gal. dr ýthe Planters' B nner {i •rw Orleass, Now, 12, 1849. itor :-Noy the election is over, you sa plenty of leisure to attend to and look ,le ge interests' of the people of Attakaas, to . by the by, are almost a God4orsaken cc a.d.ceatry for many months of the year, fo low water, so far as any commuuication,tbi .or artiicial, with other parts of the Stately ;h ereed; it is a crying shame that it should ca or sould long continue so, when every l~ ys your conltry sis the richest and most til and your inhabitants the most enterpri. g eofay in the Delta of the Misissippi. ta b Iaen for the last five or six years adsl meager, it has led me personally to inspect ¶w I the molbern district of Louisiana in ra skii and on foot, and on the outside, te f, o.aceole.pony; and I can say that x very confident that I shall point out a route,jtl fora very small cost, not over seventy fi...

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 1849

§m aiudgmé imprnur1 dm ftguaâim dm. Eun", ooàe 4m mStVi0 l m n.P du Attaapqm Ilm"com*ra, p@r 10 pRYUMW, b Il armdit qui c»o.vm.di aMx.éids Lui orire àom douk cik eh -i a d sa dlaMi prs de un qu ladi* BDed; Cbuemm j --- . JsE PL1 T r' BAnW1a. sazias 3 NP P 'hho -..T. FB q.k bun, Eq., i his series of remniseceeos, C, course publication in the Bosem Courier, . s o e importi s of the pria to the *tthorp, as fol s: any who condspcend to illminate the dark , Id wih the ire of their gpamis. through the eols of a aewIpaper. ltlade think of the lot t Pe r, who, almost suffocated by the smoke rg . sit up till miig t tocorcthis p- . r, had utho play, sd worse p td. I have the argumens of law. purs, in hbiL repte as scholars, sent to the prip. ter is their o de handwriti mrany words pad especilly technical apd foren terms-ab wreviated, words misspeed, a ew or no Inrtse, sad thope Lew, il there were any, entire y ouat oplace. I have seen the serpons emipt 'divines' nst to the pre.s, Witho poults...

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 1849

STHE PLANTERS' BANNER VAL. V. FRANKLIN, ST. MARY'S PARISH, LOUISIANA, NOVEMBER 29, 1849. No. 48. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY DANIEL DBNNETT. TERMS: -Mree Dellars per annum, payable in advance; rFie Dollars, at the expiration of the year. Advertisements and notices in the Banner wit lee published Three months, except when the law, custom, or the person advertising specifies the time. All advertising and job work payable as soon as completed ; and ten per cent will be deducted froam all bills that are paid to the publisher per soally, when due. From the Mascogee (Ga) Democrnt, THE COW AND HER MANAGEMENT. Theesemn has now arrived when the green herb.ge and the succulent leaves of the ranger s aheout to give out, and the tarner must cast about him, to ind some means to winter his stock, and m especially his milch cows. How many cows that now look fat and sleek, will, betweea tiis and spring, leave their bones 1 in some miry branch, for the wmnt of strength I to gat et ? How many farmers...

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 1849

PLANTERS' BANNER. * GrrI TO THE LABOR OF AxaRICA THE -a-As.r oF AIRICA."-CAIa e. ptll1li, La., TIIISS&, IEMhBER ", 1849. O Much complaint is being made in our parish of the injured condition of the seed cane. In some plahes large quantities are found with blackness at the joints, and the vitality of the eye completely destroyed. Some have con minced putting up more seed upon the presump tion that what is now up will be utterly destroy. ed. Others think that nooe will receive dam age except what was put up in the early part of be sease. We are informed that the destruc-. tion of the seed cane at Fausse Point is very general. Tna Ra.ExAc. oox.-People frequently in. quire when is your reading room in Franklin to go into operation ? In reply to such inquiries, we will state that it will be in operation just as sees as we can get possession of the room. We are prepared to open it to-morrow if the am were io readiness. The workmen have been *bliged to suspead operations on aeount of a...

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 1849

Si="«u.o de Ieq Adtin de Vieille. youl rue.ae &joui du. r&clemalias la11 susdite sueoeuoii eet priée de les pre en ouwg& efl ue kiorie légal. ~iN lsdu défiu ni aussi requis de sml &r ton Su"u Curateur. ETAT DE LA LOVISIUlý Cour do D~imve DuParm u &e s. ca. ~ n &I Miuta, à augi"é dam r de Wq dme our la Mar.. Nie, qu'ai Basms. 4 =AV Iu parle à ame mu 1» om aaPsm suaumu Mo& dire dans le dix jours qui wsat I da prfiSa avis lumann a.s(d ascuss ilse or leuqdWa il etseait pau miatdrà» ~~~ I~~. V O Gar 4. d Grener, SON IN THE NAME 0F THE STATE 0F LOUISIANA To ALL wRox THUrs PRESENTS xAY coNCesX: GmRETING. Whereassat a Sherisale made by the Sherifi or the Parish ofS. Mary on the ad day of No. vember 1849, by virne ofa writ o fieri facias issued at the suit of William P. and Albert Al leo vs. William P.Roberts and wife. District Court, No 2432 and 3014 ofthe docket of naid Court, William P. Allen of the Parish of St. Mary became the purchaser, on twvlve monthe' cre...

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 1849

Parate.merem. Le goossiga6 importeor des Paraimsesm perfectionn6s, ea sage oen orope o asM MMd de ELat Unis, oftf ses, stice avx habitkat des Attakapes. Il accordera, pour le payeoeAt, i telMMp M le crédit qui covweodrooti ax sobaters. Lui écrire àou domicile ci-après: il a u dra sas délai près de ceux aqui weedsa*ab rIeployer. SMAGLOIRE DEIHAY. ladiea Bend; Charetason poBtoiou,., THE PLANTERS' BANNER. The following is from the pen of the celebrated poet Willis, which we recommend every one to read and put into practice : Why dea't yea lae t e thpers Why do't you take the papers They're "the life of my delight;" Except about election time, And then I read for spite. Suebcibe, you cannot lose a cent- Why should you be afraid For cash thus paid is money lent On inerest four-fobL paid. Go then and take the papers, And pay to-day, nor pray delay; And my word, it is inerred You'll live till you are gray. An old newspaper friend of mine, While dying from a cough, Desired to know the lates...

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. — 6 December 1849

. TH E PLA N, ST. MARYS PARISH, LOUISIANA, DECEMBER S 6, 1849. o. 4 V@L. Irv.' FRANKLIN, ST. MARY'S PARISH, LOUISIANA, DECEMBER 6, 1849. *o. 49. UI.LISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY DANIEL DENNETT. TERMS: T.ree bollars per annum, payable in advance; Ie Dollars, at the expiration of the year. Ibertant to Sugar Planters. The felowing, in regard to the recent discov. eries of Prof. MsErLsa, relative to the art of manufacturing sugar, should excite the highest degree ot interest among the sugar planters of t.isState. The source from which it proceeds enitdes it to the highest consideration of the purbic. The article first appeared in this coun. try in the .Va6riol Iatelligencer : New metherd fir the exrtrt iom of Sugar from, ew Cawe mand Beets. By r. Mr. asu , Professor ofthe State Vetrimary and Agri. rmcurdr C.Uege of Bginsm, Corre.omdi. mmber of the Royal Aetdermy of Belgiuss, of Me Ssciety Philmesthic, 4te. Trwda.g. ted from the FrmwcAby TnoxAs G. CLEMso!. The extraordinary circumstances in 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. — 6 December 1849

grogress to the juice alone, 12 kilogrammes o reed sugar will be obtained i place of 6 oa .7 kilogrammes of unrefined sugar. If the crush ad canes are also submitted to this process I or 18 kilogrammes of sugar will be obtained from 100 kilogramme of cane ; that is to say, the whole amount of saccharine matter contain. ed in the cane may be extracted. In sayig, heretore, that the yield of sugar Irom cane mighi be doubled, I stated nothing i. Wbich my ex periments did not bear me out, and certai"ul was far from exaggerating. The tuture will decide. J awaitits judgmentl with the most perfpct .eaodW e. The bisul. phite of lime will enable the manufaeturer to di all which thbe chefpist can do with alcohol ; an if the latter extracts 18 kilogrammes, the.ruei will also one of these days. Whether the evaporation hold becasried on to the end by boiling; w athr the syrup phoqd be concentrated one tird, and finished in the drying room; or whether the evaportion should be entirely carried on 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. — 6 December 1849

Neeroleke. Déc6d6ée Lundi, le 19 coorant, dansr M tme na6e. Mme Euossonr, épouse de Mr. Nicho. l- LoIkl de cette paroisse. E auanoM t la mort de celte femme chari. table, et on doant i sa memoires juste tribut de louage, mou n'obeisoms pas à une froie de Lormaité et n'empruatou rien au language i. geré, e disant qu'eo elle e résomai tout ce qui dams ta ,emme est amour comme épouse ou ceiom mêrr. Ce n'etait pu dans les saloas d'u moead brillant et égoiste qu'elle désirait briller, s au f" lerde famille qu'elle savait rendre cher I eex qui l'etoualent. Que de charité dam la vie d'an telle femme. Que de voya. g ar &tigues donneroot une larme à sa mem ire ehelrie e apprenat que la douce voix qui lebr *orait auguro I'hospialit et errme i ja Celle que oms pleuros tous Miait pieuse et etos s vi e fut un eemple de charité chrié ime. LAe oup pori par sa mort au vieux con. pMoeI de sa ie sera pour Ii un choc violent. I reose encore comme l'arbre vigoureux qui soutiat eS protégea pi de lui...

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. — 6 December 1849

TE ILANTERBS' LANNER. How TO CURE ILLTATUIKD CErTICIS*.- The main comtnfat, under injurious commeqts of any kind is to look at them fairly,. accept them as an evil and calculate the extent cf the mis. chieS. These injurious comaments seldom blac. ken all creation for you. A humorous friend of mine, who suffered somo time ago under a se. sere article in the first newspaper in the world tells me that it was a very painful sensation obr the first day, and that he thought all eyes were upon him, (he being a retired, quiet, and fastid iouns person ;) buIt going into his nursery and finding that his children were the same to him as usual, and then walking out with his dogs and observed that they trolicked about him as they were wont to do, he began to discover that there was happily a public very near and dear to him, on which even the articles in the Times," could make no impression. The next day my poor friend, who by the way, was firm ly convinced that he was right in the matter in i c...

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 1849

AU.NOM DE L'ETAT DE ' P vertedva wwk deSeri aioi bon rendu dm le Pmnm e àAb.at Ails ma WiUIum e M< r d@ W No. OI3 at 3014 du douls&i d"uP~ hWa du la .udi.e Muoian. W7PY<ý'' de la mmoh. Stss Maris dmi mwi &Musog d crod it, dg euedoMmls ou meinsu depo>.sr d'Aloi. R. Sphi% as t'C ous sav, -64saou qui s'y trmuisa, jusb e.... ho» vaiants, l - siomb in ibs "- etr l doaimt Wbluqw B isr 101 oquemo susdts imala W@4(~ laisis heou cm Et atted@ 0 WiDWouu*,g, panisulim de la oedouà dm drm t mu in ti. duin IduIluskse«oig m ss 9.sAIi. Matis, à r.ie deolaud Le- ~HNI B~àr.. u in" m P o ; «q6tm au. Venu Jumhs le usai a Pmo *10 im l&asaula, iu âvor aves dridoeg.Iudsc"b ait apU pMomulsuvu aoi 49t,~,bl sp euu~.n <ium onpi. quoi veste aii fite me serait pu confirmée et homologu6e. Temoin l'Hoooable C. Voorhies, Juge [LS] de la dite Cour, ce viogtième jour de Novembre, mille huit cent qouarante neuf. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier de la Cour de District. Paroise Ste Marie, 22 Novembre, 184...

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 1849

PLANTERS' BANNER. "%;1V ro Ti3 .a~oa q1? ANWCA THKE RAUKU? 9r Av33I4ýA. -ChO i6. ,M6iUL I.q YIIEW& IL 316 1$,1 83 7 We ae re quesqted to ale that a var.. tion of Md.e. Delahossaw 's school will he gi. van, commuenciag o the 24tk of December, ,etisuiog u til the 9th of Jaquary. She wig then be prepared to accommodU, frty boarling scholars. .. CAtrsT or Tzxeuaxcs.-It is proposed by gome of the friends of Temperance in this plaes to fors a division of the Cadets of lemperance in Frankitn. Th!ee are ladl enougb ls Pfadc. lia to fiorq a large and ooIlshiaag division of the Cadets, and ye are ondident that they would feel an intense interest is the eause were they once to enlist in it. It would be a grand thing for our village to contaib a large division ofihe Cadets. The youth of our parish, by en. listing in this great cause at an early age, would strike at the very roots of indemperance, by pre. venting an appetite for ustozicating drinks being ormed in early lbe. The improvement 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. — 13 December 1849

E. ~ r~ - Vestnwe p tar Cr Prelves. SeaemosO d'Alsphd r, f. c. I. Even dB pt ir duei rarevêt de par 4 la ot, M ee em d'un de la Cour de Dis tride d lap=roe dalé d 10 De. q combe, 119,. et sêBseé, J'.sposerl e. Vente P*ique, -pluofas et dernier e.. chérisMMtr, 1 Ss mm iJ.amsmiey r oùio, 1850, à â eeideé daeM. d elte pme les, & 10 bhoure A. M., toiWs Jes propriété* qui appatimenti & la conmmumé qui exitait entre flue m (eau et mol, comieut ea Une certaime piee de terre hehi" hM lcote parome, r le meté orieal i dubayiTeeke, ayast sept e ts quart arpeals de f&e avec une prokfadsro diàire de quar. sale bora e haut aet as as par tmerre de Olivier, ainsi que seulue les bAime e qui appafltiemet. veill, nègre àg d'eaviro 22 mss; On. nègo%, ans; et Williae, msoale, 2 ; Wii.aesBêiee Aeu.nes, d.uuu;lS tles a«%,, 15 Noume M barils de Mae, et m "sob d'jetis domt FeMmraiona Mrroep -To elit mobiliers, cop. est;t g e esoltek sa" que la terre, à u., oet trals ass deo edit d jourdo uese,lS...

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 1849

ThE PLANTEISP ANNER. 4 DesuADFs 8cnc AT AN EacrroUw.-A Rockingham (N. C.) corrrespondeat of the Fa yetteville Observer gives the following sacee at th exeeeion o(&a man named Robert Hildreth, at that plce, on the 2d wst, : The ase glitters, the trap door falls, and Hi.reth swings by the neck. For half a mi. use he 'remins motioness. Is he dead I Can his ow weight, without falling one ineh, have brken his oneck ? No! Poor fellow, he ex pected one pang. and that his last. But the a fatality which often leads sherifsto gross negli, - e i executing the law, mmstoset him now a wrld ofwoe. Wi!h a convulsive effort he reaches the platform, and stands again on earth alive. The cap has fallem from his face. The blood was fast rushing upwards, but his large and musculars neck prevented the rope from tightening. Even then his meeksess did not leave him. He spoke, without complaint, in a clear voice, that was beard with awe by every ear.-ome hare sad ia the rope I it wont choke me to death ...

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