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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 13 October 1853

Sqcesion ntede James DavU'idison, dc-dc. ' TAT DE LA LOUISIANE.-Cour de 1 District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que JOHN McliACKEN.de cette paroisse, a eii régistrs dans cette. cour une ptt;tion deimandant qu Il soit nommné admin idtrateur de ia susdite suc cession vacaite: Avis et par tle présent donin! i tons ceux qui cela peut cii ier d avoir a îldumre dans le dix jlirs qui sui rout la date du pr[rsent avis. les rai snis (si aucuneis ol ft) poiiur I. -1uelles il nu se rat pas fait droit a sa deniiinde. .1J . V. loRiMY[, (Greiier. Bureau du Gretli.r, le 13 Oet. IlS.-:. Svuîassjoon Vuntite de E . (r*ig, ,/id/. ETAT DE LA LOUIeIANE-Cour de District, P. roisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que W1ILSON McKliALL, de cette paroisse, a e;rés'tre dans la susdite cour uns petition de mnt qui soit nottué la ,turatel!t de la sus d.te succession vacante: Avis est par le pre.tiit d<!i,; i tous ceux que ecla pett concorcner d'avoir r ildinire dans les 10 jours qui suivront la date du présent avis, le...

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 October 1853

Changefflment de Domicile. LE Soussigné a l'honneur d'annoncer à ses amis et au public en général, qu'il a trans porté son magasin du No. 69 Rue du Canal (an cien No. 13) au No. 118 de la même rue, entra Royale et Bourbon, dans les Batisses Touro. Dans ce nouveau local il tiendra constàment ut assortiment des plus variés d'articles de fantaisiv et de ménages, en gros et en détails, aux prix Ie plus modérés. Aussi-Toutes les Etoffes et Confections pfr habitations. P. A. HEBRARD, No.118 Rue du Canal, entra Royale et Bourbn, dans les Batisses Touro, Nouvelle Orléai. THR . OETS' CORNER. " BON OF THE MtUSQUQTO" In summer's night I take my flight To where the maids repose. And while they're slumbering sweet and sound, I bite them on the nose; The warm red blood that tints their cheeks. To me is precious dear, For'tis my delight to buzz and bite. In this season of the year. When I get my fill, I wipe my bill, And sound my tiny horn, And off I fly to the mountain high, Ere breaks the golden...

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. — 20 October 1853

JOHN A. TROUSDALE. Chirurgien Dentiste, A PATTERSONVILT,E, LE. D- D après le patronage qui lui fut si libéralement coniné, il reinerci eIi pers.mnes qui l'ott comblé de I ';rs prti: iqt r; 1 , ,t rrepr-i"'l s ,.tte rim thinde en an ançi;nt aux daines et îmr.si>-urs de Ste. Marie, -' I publir en g -nir:rr!, ,Hil continuera à exer cer sa professirin crnriiiir I),itiste dans toutes les branches qie l'art chirurgicil posséde, tels que ploimber, extraire et insrer les dents sur pivots, tlune itjsqu'à u i e entière garnit',re siir plaqus. Toitres opprations expratas d'une manière !tl rable et habile. Il se chargera aiusi de visiter les familles qui désirerant ses services. Iattersonvilele, le 5 Mari, 18-53. VOLUME XVIII. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... OCTOBER 20, 1853. NUMBER 41. - ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ --- h nIl uu•nul ' -nmm un SELECTED. Kate Yale's Marriage. "If ever I marry." Kate Yale used to say, half in Jest, half in earnest. " the happy man-or the unhappy one, ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 20 October 1853

.,I - . . , - WHIG TIOKET. FOR TREASURER, JOHN N. HAWTHORN, of Orleans. FOR AUDITOR, JOHN E. KLNG, of St. Landry. FOR SUPERINTENDENT, A. H. LAMON, of West Baton Rouge. FOR CONGRESS-Second District, T. G. HUNT, of New Orleans. Candidates for Ofice. For State Senator. LMr. Editor-Please announce that Judge W. T. PALFREY will be supported for the State Senate at the November election by M.'IN VOTERS. -0 Mr. E1itor-You will please annonce that I am a candiate for the State Senate at the next November election. H. C. WILSON. -0 For Representative. L° At the earnest solicitation of many voters in this parish, MR. ANTHONY W. BAKER has consented to submit his name as a candidate for .a seat in the Lower House of our next Le gislature. * -0 7 We are authorized to announce Mr THOMAS WILCOXON as a candidate for a seat in the Representative Hall of the next Legislature. For Sheriff. " We are are authorized to announce the ,ome of WM. F. HAIFLEIGII, as a candidate for reelection, for the office ...

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. — 20 October 1853

iSuressrion Vacante de Laurent Gossie, décédé. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE-Cour de District, Paroisse Ste. Marie -Attendu que IENRY W. TOPHAM, de rette paroisse, a enrégistré dans cette cour une pétilion demandant qu'il soit nommé curateur de la susdite succession vacante: Avis et par le présent donné a tous ceux qui -rla peut concerner d'avoir à deduire dain le 10 joursqui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se ait pas lait droit à sa demande J. V. FO()UItMY, (ret-ier Bureau du Gretlier, le 20 Oct.. 1i:( -TTAT DE LA LIOUISIANE.-Cour de A District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attenddu que JOHN McCRACKI-EN de cette paroisse, a en régistré dans cette cour une petition demandant qu'il soit nommé administrateur de la susdite suc cession vacanto : Avis et par le présent donneé tous ceux qui cela peut concerner d'avoir à déduire dans le dix jours qui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils (nit) pour lesquelles il ne se rait p...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 20 October 1853

Changement de Domicile. LE Soussigné a l'honneur d'annoncer à ses amis et au public en général, qu'il a trans porté son magasin du No. 69 Rue du Canal (an cien No. 13) au No. 118 de la même rue, entre Royale et Bourbon, dans les Batisses Touro. Dans ce nouveau local il tiendra constâment un assortiment des plus variés d'articles de fantaisies et de ménages, en gros et en détails, aux prix les plus modérés. Aussi-Toutes les Etoffes et Confections pour habitations. P. A. HEBRARD, No. 118 Rue du Canal, entra Royale et Bourbon, dans les Batisses Touro, Nouvelle Orléans. THE POETS' CO tJER OUTT OF THE TAVERN. [The folowing is a translation of a German ballad on a tipsy man. It is rather droll in the original, and perhaps has lost nothing in being translated into English.] Out of the tavern I've stepped to-night. Street! you are caught in a very bad plight ! Right hand and left hand both out of place Street! you are drunk, 'tis a very clear case. Moon : 'tis a very queer figure you cut; O...

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. — 27 October 1853

JOHN A. TROUSDALE. Chirurgien Dentiste, A PATTERSONVILLE, LE. -' D'après le patronage qui lui fut nsi libéralement contic, il remerci les personnes qui l'ont comblé de leurs pratiques, et reprends cette méthode en an nonçant aux daines et messieurs de Ste. Marie, et le public en générale, " il continuera à exer cer sa profession comnme Dentiste dans toutes les branches que lart chirurgical posséde, tels que plomber, extraire et inserer les dents sur pivots, d'une jusqu'à une entière garnitire sur plaques. Toutes opérations exécutés d'une manière du rable et habile. Il se chargera aussi de visiter les famunilles qui désireront ses services. Pattersonville, le ri Mai, 1853. VOLUME XVIII. FRANILIN, PARISH OF ST, .MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUITSIANA..... OCTOBER 27, I 53. NUMBER 42. SELECTED. Taking Toll. The following story, which has in it more truth than fiction, is taken from "Lights and Shadows of Real Life," by T. S. Arthur. Mr. Smith kept a drug store in the little village of Q- , whic...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 27 October 1853

WBJG TJoUeT. FOR TREASURER, JOHN N. HAWTHORN, of Orleans. POR AUDITOR, JOHN-E. KING, of St. Landry. POR SUPERINTENDENT, A. H. LAMON, of West Baton Rouge. FOR CONGRESS-Second District, T. G. HUNT, of New Orleans. Candidates for Ofc. For State Senator. Mr. Editor-Please announce that Judge W. T. PALFREY will be supported for the State Senate at the November election by MaNY VOTERS. -0 Mr. Ed.or-You will please annonce that I am a candidate for the State Senate at the next 4ovember election. H. C. WILSON. For Representative. 7 At the earnest solicitation of many voters this parish, MR. ANTHONY W. BAKER has consented to submit his name as a candidate for a seat in the Lower House of our next Le gislature. * ---o- 0 We are authorized to announce Mr THOMAS WV[LCOXON as a candidate for a seat in the Representative Hall of the next Legislatare. -o For Sheriff. 7 We are are authorized to announce the name of WM. F. HAIFLEIGH, as a candidate for rtlection, for the office of Sherif. * --0 For ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 27 October 1853

ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE, PAROISSE STE. MARIE. ATTENDU QUE Lundi, 17ème Octobre, courant, dtant le jour fixé par la loi pour une session regulière de la Cour de Dist ict dans et pour la Paroisse Ste. Mar;e: lhonorable Thomas C. Nicholls, Juge de la dite cour-, en prenant son siège, observa que d'après les nombreuose repré sentations qui lai avaieut ité faites par des citoy ens de la paroisse et les membres du bareau de l'état de la santé dans la limite infiérieure de la paroisse. et que d'après les ordonnances de qua rantaine passies par le Conseil de Ville de la ville de Franklin, il serait impossible de se pro curer l'attendance des jurés et témoins à la dite Cour; ledit Juge a ordonné que la Cour soit ajournée au JEUDI, 1er jour de Déoembre pro obam, 1S53. Les jurés et témoins cités à com paraitre le 176me Octobre courant sont en consé quence notifiés de se rendre à la Cour le 1er Dé. oembre prochain, sous peine de la loi. W. F. HIPLEIGFH, Shérif. Paroisse Ste.Marie, le 27 Oct, 18M3....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 27 October 1853

Changement de Domicile. LE Soussignd a l'honneur d'annoncer à ses amis et au public en général, qu'il a trans porté son magasin du No. 69 Rue du Canal (an cien No. 13) au No. 118 de la même rue, entre Royale et Bourbon, dans les Batisses Touro. Dans ce nouveau local il tiendra constIment un assortiment des plus variés d'articles de fantaisies et de ménages, en gros et en détails, aux prix les pins modérés. Auisi-Toutes les Etoffes et Confections pour habitations. P. A. HEBRARD, No. 118 Rue du Canal, entra Royale et Bourbon, dans les Batisses Touro, Nouvelle Orléans. THE POETS' CORNER. CtHILDHOOD.... Y GEORGE D. PRENTICEr Tis sad yet sweet to listen To the soft wind's gentle swell, And think we hear the music Our clh. -iaood loved so well ; To gaze out on the even, And the boundless fields of air, And feel again our boyhood's wish. To roatp like angels there. There are I.L.y dreams of gladness That cling aro.11nd the past, And from the tomb of feeling, 01 ' thonghta cole crowding fas...

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 November 1853

JOHN A. TROUSDALE. Chirurgien Dentiste, A PATTI:.P*O+Y VTLLE, LE. '. . )'iaprs le ptra ie qui lui fut ^ ',iS liberale;innt roniul il remer'i e.i îesn i". u I ont cn:rnbl de leurm pratiques, et r .prenids ettfe mithiode en an nonçant aux dames et messieurs dle 'te. Mairie. et I. public en guiiera.e, qu'il coritinuera à exer cer sa professioni conellll Dentiste dans t,utiit-s les brairhes que l'art c!h:ruirgical posséde, tels que p)aiel>er, extraire et ins-rer les i!ents sur pivots, d'une juisqui'a ine entiiir'r geariture sur plaques. Toutes opérations t\iécitrs d'une manière du rable et halile. Il se chargera anssi de visiter les iCiunilesqui désireronrt -,s services. ]P:ittersonville, le 3 M:i, 1.i3. VOLUJE XVIII. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. IMARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... NOVEMBER 3, 1 S53. TNUSEBERI 43. Pierre Soule. THE TURNING POIET IN HIS CAREER. [Correspoodence of the N. Y. Courier & Enq.] PARIS, SEPT. 10, 1-53. My two colleagues in correspondi once, Pedestrian and Bosca...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 3 November 1853

PLANTERS' BANNEIR. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY TIIHMAS F. JOHNSON FnrTOR AND PROPRIETOR. WHIG TICKET. FOR TREASURER, JOHN N. HAWTHORN, of Orleans. FOR AUDITOR, JOHN-E. KING, of St. Landry. FOR SUPERINTENDENT, A. H. LAMON, of West Baton Rouge. FOR CONGRESS--Second District, T. G. IINT, of New Orleans. i mI L iimIrm !,..ul,- mmma FRANKLIN, THURSDAI , NOV. 3. T. F. Jonasoa. En. PLANTERs' BANJER : Dear Sir-In the Banner of Thursday, Oct 20, as also in the succeeding number of that pa per, I have noticed a call upon me to become a candidate for a seat in the next General Assem bly. Ill1 health. on my part, has prevented an earlier reply to a call so flattering, and even now I can barely say that It is an honor which, al though unsought, I should justly prize and en deavor to merit. should the citizens of St. Mary see prop-r to elect me. You will therefore give notice of my accept ance in such manner as you may deem best, leaving it to the people, on Monday next, to en ourse or dishonor ...

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 November 1853

111>Uç "ýj..A/.'l ,1 u,[:!i'.à:'no.Laa'u .I ]1 * < l' i i;..' u",.: '.' , dq .d 1'r: F I'AT J :1 ur \ L i de-'i g i<tr: ].i ; (!.'u tt'. c'l)tll I t al P:UI),:tl(ç II -ilil i ! n''' , a- " nt que t .it tb! :u si ap roué et! ! .ut Ai' t t t '"t ; t r I d nn'i t, plui (ce;a pe.nt ," ,n.,.:::,r d avoir ": Ab:(ilr). do:m les if0 jours ;.i s,.i«-,,nt 1,: <:t., 1,. :,rse, t atvis. 1.- rai - n s, [ i an.«;u..s !s ,,nt) l:,, " h. nq. lles il ne so-i rtit pas :t drhit ta t. 'L .-.. J. V. pti'I!Y tin-er. T /1iT bin'LA r ,! ~ jtr îi lIl ( I i ll VI Eran d rî r ý-, tré dai e-t tte-r i t !.! il, t- 4 il i>; ''' -t'. ad;ns trut '-, a sutsdite ic 'l I.- dix îru:t-pas:f Lt d -:% l 'c'1 *Assemblire des Creanciers, 1 pactr c r: p-ni S.!I1 Il 'o -lis ceux i iirJre dieiina d [IîIincra,)le Ia(,iur dc I)ts:rir. d'ii 1 lète d:sîrict juli -l;"ir ( !, u'Eat de la Lo· isiane, ein date idu i le .1 ililet .ern:er, nl tica. seizlb!u des eréa3îie.- Se ha eîiee'ciii de Ieil WILLIAM"ý S. (uOhi)X qur...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 3 November 1853

VENTE PAR LE SYNDIC. Bloch & Godehaux ) COUR DE DISTRICT, v. No. 4661, Ses Créanrier. I Paroisse Ste. Marie. EN vertu d'un ordre accordé par l'honorable la Cour de District dans et pour la Paroisse Ste. Marie, portant date du 3ème jour d'Octobre 1853, et à moi adressé,j'offrirai en vente publique au magisin ci-devant occupé par Bloch & God chaux, dans la ville de Franklin, le MARDI, 14ème jour de Novembre prochain, la vente com- I mençant à 10 heures du matin, les propriétés ci après décrite, savoir: 1. Un terrain situé dans la ville de Franklin, ayant une face de 44 pieds, plus on moins, au côté ouest de la Rue du Main, sur une arrière profondeur de 130 pieds, plus ou moins; ensem ble avec toutes les batisses et améliorations qui sont dessus, consistant principalement en une maison à deux étages, cuisine, appentis, &c., et i une citerne. 2. Un terrain dans la dite ville, ayant une face d'environ 105 pieds à l'est de la Rue Première, sur une profondeur de 190 pieds, immé...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 10 November 1853

VOLUIE XVIII. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTA'APAS,) LOUISIANA..... NOVEMBER 10, 1S53. NUMBER 44. A RICULTURAL. What te Arts Teach as to Farming. AN ADDRESS aZxOB. TREZINDIANA AGRICULTL'EAL SOCIETP At its Annual Fair, Lafayette, Oct. 13, 18-53, BY HORACE GREELEY. Farmers and Friends-I stand before you at your Society's invitation. feeling the full force of the criticism which denies to one of my habits and pursuits capacity to instruct farmers as to their own especial vocation. " Shoemaker, stick to your last!"' is a sound though sometimes misapplied admonition, and every man can see a little farther on his own proper pathway than can be seen by any one else. I fully realize and cheerfully admit that any one of you, wh6 has devoted the last twenty or thirty years to agriculture, must know very much more concerning it than I, who abandoned it at fifteen to master and pursue a most exacting me chanical and intellectual vocation, and have since been able to snatch but here and ther...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 10 November 1853

PL.INTERS' ZBANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T .- . s: -Thispaper will be furnished to sub scribersat $3 per annum, il ruvannce; $4 if paid at the expiration of six mtonths,or $5 at the expiration of the year. No subscription discontinued until allarrearages are paid, expect at the opti·,n of the editor. A lvertisements inserted at the i.uai price, viz Per sq::re of t-velve lines, first tine, $1 and at halfthat ratefor every subsequent in sertion. Yearly Advertisers will be char :ed $10 for the tist square (twelve !r.cs), and $5 for every additional square. Trntsient Advertiseme.nts, not particularly spe ci ied as to daration, wi; be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. For announcing candidate for office, $10 each poyable ina nadenrce. Agency of the Banner. 0L7 V. B. Pahnlmer, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only a,'thoriz'd agent for this paper in the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and is duly empowere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 10 November 1853

VENTE PAR L SYND)IC. Bliosh ! GUdichiux CoL Dt DiSiT, v. 111. . 01, Ses Créanrciers. Pa.rosse Ste. Marie. EN vertu d'un ordre accord pair I lihoiiorable la Cour de District dans et pour la Paroisse Ste. Marie, portant date du èmne jour d Octobre 11Si3, et à moi adress j offrirai en vente publique aan inagisin ci-devant cciijiÉ par Blochi & God chaux, dans la ville dle Frankiin, le MARDI, 1 lèmejour de Novembre procLain, la vente com mençant à 10 heures du matin, les propriétés ci après décrite, savoir: 1. Un terrain situe dans la ville de Franklin, ayant une face de -14 pieds, plus ou moins, an côti ouest de la Rue du Main, sur une arrière profondeur de 130 pieds, plus ou moins; ensenim blec avec toutes les batisses et améliorations qui sout dessus, consistant principalement en une maison à deux étages, cuisine, appentis, &c., et une citerne. 2. Un terrain dans ladite ville, ayant une face d'environ 105 pieds à l'est de la Rue Première, sur une profondeur del 'Jo pieds, immé...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 10 November 1853

JOHN A. TROUSDALE, Chirurgien Dentiste, 4 PATTERSONVILLE, LE. qf a D'après le patronage qui lui fut 7 i libéralement confie, il remerci -UJ les personnes qui l'ont comblé de leurs pratiques, et reprends cette méthode en an nonçant aux dames et messieurs de Ste. Marie, et le public en générale, qu'il continuera à exer cer sa profession comme Dentiste dans toutes les branches que l'art chirurgical posséde, tels que plomber, extraire et inserer les dents sur pivots, d'une jusqu'à une entière garniture sur plaques. Toutes opérations exécutés d'une manière du rable et habile. Il se chargera aussi de visiter les famillesqui désireront ses services. Pattersonville, le 5 Mai, 1853. changement de Domicle. LE Soussigné a l'honneur d'annoncer à ses Samis et au public en général, qu'il a trans porté son magasin du No. 69 Rue du Canal (an cien No. 13) au No. 118 de la même rue, entre Royale et Bourbon, dans les Batisses Tnro. Dans ce nouveau local il tiendra constiment uns assortiment des plus v...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 17 November 1853

VOLIJYJE XVII. PRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MlARY, (ITT IKP S,) LOC[SIANA....I NOVEIBER 1 , 1 S, 3i. NUIBER 45. AGRICU L T U RAL. What the Arts Teach as to Farming. AN ADDRESS UXFORZ THE INDIANA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY At its Annual Fair, Lafayette. Oct. 13, 1 .53, BY HORACE GREELEY. [Concluded.] But let us pause at that word indus try. "By industry we thrive," is an old saw, which is very well in its place but the truth contained in proverbs is so curtly expressed that it often mis leads more than it directs. Industry is indeed essential to thrift, and farmers, like other men. often need to be re minded of it. When I note one who is overwhelmed with " business," which calls him away from home two or three days in each week, and keeps him hanging about the tavern or store while his boys are at p!ay and his potatoes crying for the hoe. I well know whither that farmer is tending, and can guess about how long he will have any land to mismanage. And I think that, in the average, farmers waste m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 17 November 1853

which shall irradiaSe the farmer's voca tion, when a fuller anrd truer education shall have refined and chastened his animal craving. and when Science shall have endowed him with her trea anres, redeeming Labor from drudgery while quadrupling its efficiency, and crowninr with beauty and plenty our bounteuas, beneficent Earth. PUBLISHED - : ".iY THilRXDAY, Bi' THO...S F. JOHNSON, CDTTOR AND "ROPIRiTOR. T r sM s: -T!.is:,; e-il bfurnbshedto sub soribersat f "er aelrlr. ;In re dvance; $4 if pai.l at the expirAti-n of six mronths,or $5 at Ibe exprration of the year. No subscription dicant aued until ai! arrearages are paid, expect "t :t e ption of the editor. Advertisements insert-d at the .-i.ai price, viz Per sq::.re ,I ti.w lve li;. rs, first time. Si and at hal: that rate fhr e ery subsequent in sertion. Yearly Advertisers w;ii be charged $10 "or the fist square wel:'e.i:::sj. sni 13 for every aidit.nal s-inare. Trnsient .\ lv:itso :it!. not particultaiy spe eified as ta .:arn. vw.,...

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