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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 14 June 1868

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA SINDAY MORNING. JUNE 14, 1L68. ALC'TIOD ALle MONDAY. CHAR T AFRH s*Ps. at II o'eeek A. a.. at wh*ron r.,- er St i('lrlse ad Perdide, f trnture, aI s.ne L . e, p em sea Ni 2'6 e'arondelet stret,t L oe .l01 'urnlture, s., ,at .ee tLour, at salesr-,om, 2 bae~ .otoU MOItoOMERY BO8S. a CO. sell as II a. r., at PaiL Lsrer's stables, Grat.e street, horses. mase., etc. THE iISEtIFI sells. at 12 n'elo t , at the M1erche tt' and A uctoneeers' chsane, bhuth , steam: r Tap·. aiLnnck. __ Mre advulvimeots on second pges. ITIEM BT LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. Heanibal Hamlin has taken the stump. Gen. Samuel B. Cusuing, formerly attorney general of New York. died suddenly on the 9th. It is reported in New York that Beecher is in favor of Chase for president. The House committee on foreign affairs are in favor of paying for Alaska. ('hilian advices report a grand banquetto Gen. P'rado, ex-president of Peru. 'ie Arauranian Indians had repulsed the troops sent to pun...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 16 June 1868

f 1. i ANE V UiLAO ING J NUMBEROR cXVII. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1868. NUMBEl, IhE C( ic:tCENT'8 Diotzý CHES. 'R0:11 'WASHINGTON. '.;()(LA: I)IN(;N OF C(')N(iG :S S. he Lur.er of Astburn in Gecrgia. WI f I ' r1' :n ..;! ..'.: ui ed .ll (ay. A ' I ,I , r' rI I . r re ' r ton I r s! ant - tr - t I . . A t,' r;Z .t re+ ' . 'I. , i ,,,." Irv o' .' r tnd -,v r<i , rr t -t . , - , . -, lIs t, 1.\ 1 r, ,1 t " 1 ' , i ' ' l t" 1e % 9 , T.... r t rf '>,-" A, " 4"V II p ), !.) 1" -i u l il 1l. r a:l-i,.g t ihe tax anu w i.-'y ,al. to e' i i lstr t .'1 ir ',P -: _ hb -'nr of \Xi' n 1 iP h} wl , , It , , t'"- aIr., r it 1l.. Ia I }', r u.e at p ~acd aud r radical 760 h i , : I , t i , en " a : tn ' ,) i It II h). I-. 'o th t I In d V i 1 I h ''' ai ll. l r . , , r !' I,, .. lC. lr VI - ""!, rT"- [i , v I, \a ,,1 . , , , tI, '11 te, re ',o ta ,t r I.a,1 nl, e- v R . 1 , +, 1* , : . ,r ,I , ,4 ehte J. " A nI  ' t o +I I n.I !TI ! ri' );1 ! th-, sp c :.ts ' SII ,,. deaft it- l A !, ,r - N...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 16 June 1868

tht 4ew rians (E5crittt OfFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. 4. 0. NIXeON, Editor sand Proprietor. O~7ICIa No. 04 CAMP STREET. JTearly sabearptions, Is advance, $16; half yearly, S9; Smrtsry, K langle apies, 10 eents nl-Tw WsstLr CaSCaN ois published every saturday. nsberrptelns $5 inwartaily in advauso TUESDAY MORN[NG, JUNE 16. 1858. Two or three members of the Republican party have requested Mr. T. J. Durant to en lightien the public of New Orleans on the politics of the day, and that ditin guinhed statesman, patriot and emigrant has condescended to assume the onerous dnties of instructor. It is understood that he will give a graphic account of his perilous encounter with the " phantom knife;" of his rapi and brilliant flight to Carrollton, on the 31)th of July, 18C6, and of the perils which he en countered on the way from the assaults of a regiment of resurrected Conleder.ates. He will hllkeise demonstrate, to his own satis faction, why the white people of Louisiana ought ...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 16 June 1868

Steamers fearing port I;o-qag. Ad ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CREBCINT. TumeeIy. Jame 16. 1/. T,4zu Al 1t. Farwel. .. AN 1,4k.4~ 4," 4,4 4MLLE' Cann.o S Pl L. 4444 Dl F.T-.K Mn4t).Trt 6 PM R.ed, 4- I.l4%%lk H44I'Ki. ., I4 t4. .6 I'M 1.d 48v.r .. MI'I'1i RTF.PH .'\Y K4 :o.g. . S PM Wntrr.u,, Plae l A I.A URA, Walker--.."a ......9 AN Mo1*.......... MATT. OAT-Canr .. ....4 MP :CIAL N( TIUC -T. - otIe-r-Th.e Ol9ers and M.cmh.. of ,I r µ'..i, 1, .' nln* I 44.t A"« ri*ot'u ar4 h' *44 ooh) .444 ,4 . MwI4 n rt l, (,m4m n .re " 44A 41 40.ter Al ey, on It .f1I4A I EA l l.1, II4 'o.-4 at e44, r4 1 y I r.l rt the Ire, +'H,4 R t OOD rtr J HIIsjW.4 Tra 4 4lr0(44 r o. R..t.rv .I. 4 k 4.n irIl ' 4n.l M re aler vd I'o4rl 4- ' en4 er4 444, .ge Dea4 44r CJ 1. I 4-I 44. r pr 4,- . r14 F4 a-4 . .-44 I " th.r 44a ll,4 n. 1...... " n..1 l;'e-t Nrr'tI en lIt.,r, r+, were soh; ct to d-tent ,,n w-,. '1 statre S .L 4 " n t l a' ." e aN r mrlktnl the s.,n. t Illr ito 1 tile prlht'Ip l p<,nlllI, sod ca...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 16 June 1868

t l aiam Qirlwans en '. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA TUESDAY MORNINGO JUNE 14;. Ilt,. A~VCTIOE EALDe THIS DAY. .e GIRADo A' ,tarel, st Io t v. so pr.thes m o 649Mag. sam atqwg, laerr aaurcU-l.h e' ,; , rr., n:., t If1 u lo a, at tsrem, tero, o t Il rd o t ;lse. OWreOOn/8Y enIO. a00. .". e. Iti a cleo, at eslt AlleO. MartS N7 Csmp stree. t, ftrmre, et.. n, iso t II e'etoe A s . st P. Uln'os Stalbe, on inravier treet, mess. insee. e a. " IoTe mdeamoin ntas:e e third pare. # ~ui Crteans *Iaone .arkt. COr,0cr 0,T O0rl0 1o. . 1O.., aem,1, Mondu l.mialnd Ju1se 15. 18A 3 There is no new leature to refer to In the move ment i the money market. (;old opened at New York thia mnrrig at leni. againrt 140, the closing rate Saturday eveniag. At tI A. . It w a" q-i ted at the latter figure. At 12 o . it raed at i ,o and at 3 r. r it cio ed at 14li. The tlovemo, In this market has 4ioileeed Out little It any variatimo in rates saice our last. and with a ;:li'eId sutVply sad deman...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 16 June 1868

N4. f . 'TEA1M1SHIP COMPANY. I SMAZT 's ........................ OWARTs ( -.w s.... WNW ORLEANSB TEAMBHIP COMPANY. UNITED UTATM OF AZERI0A. aum. o LoeluumA. 0m, To F w Ou.nn. . Be, K Iorw, Th. t em thiea ghth day of Fbruar to the youo o.r tLord o.1 Ibtoead elght hublred and ixtye-i gb tid of the Inopedesem of the CUted Stctsa th Bemry ecod. before me, ;dw.d l., _ etm puebh I• and for the p(ty aod Parh ef ew o ,o Ioa, State of Leni.laa eloyar d. _dly eeomin aeimd and worm, persohally e~me and a,uode th. rierttm berrea'er nameod erad bmdrerwnad. who enerms l, inmrold chat, ae solae themeeir of the provtailons 0 ott tato. e4 the h aie of Iaallnh rllel tiie to the orantsm nnem of corpradtle d Is bi State., they hae acovenrnted an, sole . Bd do yI hsre ptyent r onrett. mrer e da Ion' f seeew od those whom they ptroeet. to foarm tbr.,n eIn lto s ao esu0 toe aoer theroorbt ne fr othe bjet o r, mrpoo. lnd ontder ,h" ilpnlatlos, r aLiUolom nd olllga llm l eIwr tohle-wtl: ARTICLE L The...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 16 June 1868

Dkt *w Orleans rsw.m TL'ESDAY MOBEWlW, JUNE 16, IAtit. *anday'e D(sw aee. Loeiwnr. June 14.-Parliament will he dissolved in October. flhea"lectlonifor tbenew pariinament which meete Deucmber 9th, take plane in N,, Serber. E Gov. Eyre. of Jamaica. will centeetthe sea' of JoLn Stuart Mill Blemarck will retire from office for three month, on ecconst of III health. The United Htates steamer Shamrock saied from IsAbon 'e· bise. There was a banquet given to Commodore Par ragit at brussels last night. The esoth and his new ciehinet are maturing a plan to permit persona of foretgn birth recildlo ton Turkey to legally bold properly, wi.ibh right Is tu he guranoted by reattes with foreign powers. Ntw Y(tI. June 14.- the week cloted wirt the easlest money market ever known in the hi- tory of Wall street, and the plethora of idle tanril Is beyond preoedent. The government bat-k.-r have enorruen amounts or mosey preceed upon them at 2 to 3 per ent., while smne loanq were made yeeterday as I p...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 June 1868

THEl NEW O:RLEANS CRESCENT. VOtLUME XVII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1868 NUMBER 262. oE C5ear, aSlmo@A ktaS -an EAUTIFITL COMPLEXION H inLM BOLD'M centrated Extract Sarsaparilla. T REMOVIs BLACK SPOTS, PIMPLEB. MOTr PATCLEN AND ALL ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN. toI the Spring Mouth the system naturally sudtJrgo a hauge nd HfELIMBOLD'SI II!OHLY CONCENTRATED ITBA('T OF NAIMAPARILLA is a as istant of the retet aels.a YOUNG LADIPF, BEWI%R! ofthetlniirioueffetsaot e0 Powderls ad Washes. All imch remadie clrne up the cm of the ktrn, and io a hrtl time destroy the eompdins. f you wou'd have a frreh. healthy and yoehful appearanoe. YE I ELM BOLDS LX lXLACT BARBAPARILLA. Not a few of the worst dleerders thCt afliet mankind arise omoerrulntis of the blord. Hll.LROLD'S EXTRACT ARBAPARIILA lS A REMEDY of theutut alue. IIELMOI.D'B E.XTRACrT PAERAPARILLA elen.eso d rerovates the blood. Insttls the rigor of health into the yateum rad purges nut the humors that make dstetee. QUANTITY rB QUALITT-HEI.MB...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 June 1868

the i wm 8r41ans ewmunt IFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. I. O. NIXONO. ]deter Sad rop.-telor. OFFICKE, e. o CAMP STREET. W)'Y ry Wbmlrptlins, I adysvenM, $16; ha;f rsarly, $8, s11rt.r.y, $ /Md gll o.i. 10 e etL OTRs WIasrLY C SCarT is published every Saturday. ebseiptIe $& lvaurihly in advan WEDNESDAY MOR'lNlO , JUNE 17, It8R. Our newly elected "lnil" governor from In diana, is having a hard t me just about now. lie wants the governor's office but somehow or another he can't get it. Nobody will swear him in, in consequence whereof it is said that he has done some swearing on his own private account. On Monday he presented himself, accorn:panied by the lieutenant governor elect, the Hen. Oscar J. Dunn, of Louisiana, before the judge of the U. S. District Court, and asked to be sirered. Judge Durell replied that he was an officer ofethe United States, sworn to obey thelaws, and therefore could not per form this little ceremony forbhim. Upon this the' pair departed appa...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 June 1868

Pteamers reaving Fort so-a~l. Ad ADVERTISED IN TBH DAILY CRESCENT. Wedaeeedie. 5Joe 17T. N. Ter... ........ W. O. HEWS, Trip4 . ....... A Loordlle . DEtXTER, Montgomery ... 5 I'M atch's ............ .ID WAGOWNI[ 5ctbrteon..5 PM noed Bivr........... lIZZIK HOPKInK mta ....5 IPM (pl, use... .... J SBL&CKrOIIb Prkett .5 PM' OIele.......... ANNSL WAOIEYL . Kelson- ...... P O.eehtta ... ....('LP.ONA. Patter.nn ............. PM Moolts ........MAIL IOAT- re . ...... ...... r SPECIAL NIYrlTICb. -- ank tf New O.lee se. New Oa lons. June It 1(45 --li al crde s ce ws hl ,-tton 34 end 36 of th St' ttld no act "fn establr h ra tneral -ytem g0 Prer ]nhI.i It in the ite of Lo.t'u-.tih, oppr -Vel Mrtch 15. Ih:. n,tce i. h.nhty F1te te the hnlaeti of the eriealoting rate p I the B io. t Ir a edit e tlno r the proleonef sad a, to ,, ,. . . " , t e lbs n e i g J t. , or at he (,I re or then tsae lul W. $ . r tihe pure, . e r d emptlnt SIt .t n or.o r ,no il tu ue. otherwse them f el, depov,tl...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 June 1868

SFFICIAL iOUIAL OF THE STATE OF LOUWIANA WEDNESDAY MORNINW, JUNE 17, Iee8. AVCTIoE *JALM TIs IAJT. EHA. T. MNAN sams. aM I e-'s- A. L. at salesroo.m onnear Bt Charles s.d Pnrdiad, fermita C(. OILARDI &a CO sall, at tI.. at Merchants' md Asrtleseer' Ezchbse .notes, messeats etc. MOTUOMOETY 555. A CO. sa as 11 a. L, a Pail. Jlmer's estae., Osvr sets, has, ales, ats. Wflae dersrtenamts oe third page. Jae @rlms_ Iowu Parke. Tue edy d .ut&a. JaI 6. i. 1 Th mooney market continues inactive. Gold opened at New York this morning at 140), against 1401, the closing rate yesterday. At 11 A. 1. and 12 . it was still quoted at the former figure, and at 3 r. s. it closed at IIS J. Asking rates have been enhanced in this market, but the demand and sup ply have been of a limited character throughout, as may be inferred from the appended atotement of actual sales, viz: $5000 and $15,000 Gold at 140: $3(00, $4000 and $10,000 do. at 1401, and $3000 and $8000 do. at 1404. Bales of Silver com p...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 June 1868

N. 1. STlAMiHIP COMPA NY, CMA swa .......................... aua mn2as -w CU" 1WW OBRLEAS BTIAnP 001PANY. VoIn WAT OI AUErICAL UlmB WI L, e Au , 01S o r Nav Ourn1a. I k It 1 ewa Tha, eMi hinti doy s Feibrary. In the ear of our Lord asi e md eight hundldd aid sixty-eight sad of the Id emndu of the United States the rtety- somd. big , Edward Ivy. a nFtira peblfr n sad le ias Otey sad Paoieh of Ow Or tll of Lojaleas afereelid. day esmaomi ond rne, ~personally caue and aopenred the ~ bls utewt name td udntdndeneo who severally Iclane ta~ li thse m ves the omp o ltens the Matutae of ith ist of Louislana u nlaive to the orgnlua n of eovrlpwtloea It this State, they have covenInted snw e iod do by themw pesate eoeet, agree mud i. ee od them whm they o repreelot. to tem them oo anot e Ut..n5 as coro.omAt on for the objets aad p1 . end unde the t lprlattJus, realmtlioa end oblge lr1 rt he ter:. ARTICLE L The uerve tsle of ai Ccmpsa shell be the "deWE OBLEAiBm BllEAlHIP tCOIPANY.," sad Its ...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 June 1868

comism pessed upon her by the Catc.r rSf bearuy indoesed by these of our citizens are seoortesete as to hwe listened to her Magl manipulations. John Robnlson's Circus and Med nagerie will exhibit her for one week, ommero~ Ing on the l5th. a nsow. The Omnbaus ta l The following is the text of the omnibus bill as it went to the president: An act to admit the Stales of North Carolina. Bouth Carolina, Louisiana, Georgia and Florida to representation in Co rees: Wassase, Ti 1oeg of North Caroltna. South Careliia, Loui a, gOori, ALabama and Flornda have, in pursuance of the provisions of an act entitled 'A seat for the moreemclent government of rebel tates," passed March 2, 1867, and the act sapplemental thereto, framed constitntlons of 8tate government which are republican, and have adopted said oonstitntious by large majorities of the votes cast at the elections held for the ratfi cation or repealing of the same; therefore, Be If enacted, That Sesh of the States of North Carollna. Booth...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 18 June 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESC NT. VlLUME XVII. TIitR DAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1868. NUMBER .J Clear, SuWlsIo SJlan -atD ilD:AULTIF'UL COMPLEXION -Orlt ow THE tCV or II LMrIIOLD'S toacentrated Extract Sarsaparilla. IT EMUTVIFN BLAC'K SPOTS, PIMPLFS, MOTH PAI('tES AND ALL ERUPTIONS OF THrie SKIN. In tie Spring Mth. the syctem Itarally undergone a -bee h ar d HELM l1I'B IiH IIHLY CON'ENrKATED 311X HA T (IF ARIAI'AItlLLA ii an .su.tart of Lto greatebt roue. YOU'IL LADIES, BEWARR' oftheln:urlon cTecetcnt (r e .. w.'lers ad Wathee. All such remelies c -e up the pres of the skin, and iu a h ,rt time destroy theomAi# esl. I, , , , - z a hive a fre i, healthy a d yt,.th'ul appearnafs, .;E HkILM.dULD S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. lot a .cw of the w-r. di. rd re thet r 'Ir t ankrnd .'se fMr1. ortr+ ,, f the blhd. HIELM1BOLU 8 t.a I0KAt'r ISA RLA'AIAILLA IN A REMEDY o the ut:a,. vaue. IIELMBOLD'S KXTRA(T SAROAPARILLA cleen.*q crd re,vate. the blood, t'tils the i ' hr of hecltL ,aLt the ( 1stom and purgee io...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 18 June 1868

the ý*w ®r1gans gqesntt. -- - SFF!CIAL JO'RNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. 5. O. NIiXOeN Edlter uad Preprleter. OFFICE. Ie. 04 CAMP BTREET. WTsarly aberiptiorl b 1 ace, $16; alf myerly, U$. uetert, $4. Bltale o"piSe, 1 wutad. a ITas Wr l.ay CRSCpTIs published every Saturday. Sib.rrtllto _.1. Invariably in advea Tilt'l ItPAY MORNIN4I. JUNE 1. I*4S8. T'he New York World thinks that the Demo cracy of the Southern States have given up the contest, and will let their seventy electo ral lttes go for (;rant without a struggle. The World is ouietaken. The I)Democracy of Loui-iani. are d tt rimiud to fight out this battle to the .nd, and with such means, and schll watlons, as r malin to them. Th.y ido not int, tl to let the State go by deftult. They dill not permit their seven electoral votes to he give-n to (;rat if they can help it. They are ecolvt i to use every effort to assist in the irectin tf the Dneocratic candild te. '1Thy n:ty 0I't serutceed, but they thiick that thay will. '1 hy b...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 18 June 1868

Ad ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CREBCENT. Thursday. Jlee 18. 1Mgg. T...A .........EPIIINEL.P - r .. .A.7 AM I. , ' .. ." J(.IIN KtIIA;)UK. , BP.a... N W. r . 'l'c LAIRA. W lkw-- r......... . 9 AM S. . MAI. HA)l-A I-c . I . - , 'IAL tI)TII: ,h. -- -4I, or ltacarlcstendet of Puhlic ' , e' ", , 1 D" l' . , for the L I . s.. r. taJ ,. . . , ,,n ,. , t . ,P l ,,.,ry 9"t -I , -Y - , rt ). ' . M 'DAY. "I r kIAA.J-t.' th, June - fr + . . mn are .' ie n ttr St- , . .. , 11 r. l lt 1' S . ICL a0e.1 . to Trav , aers.-Del ates l'r. e. .e'- A . a a 4 I ii R'a i, J I' F a' S r fa ' '.. - x 1. riA! --_I A e 1 1.( 1-. l91 .. - 1III. n 4le) . T rA venl.lnn (.-I I. I r \ *r n ' I i t III • .it t , r+ i, . +I, D .... ... , i t1I .a 1'la a . . . a t''atL a .. . . . - . , Ia t r r 1 ,,ta , aa . ,. . " a . .t re-at,.pa , - -, , - -.* . .. ,,, , , ' t o, ," t., I. i ,. · I..',0 +, ., . 1. , , , a f rr+ ' w ,1 a't n ' ,, rl .' , .. m'. o " . . .. t"." '0 .. ... . . - .. . t ,a h 1 r* _ ,t .. . . .r " -. - ...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 18 June 1868

t )to f&titans 1&nttta OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, TIHUIS')AY MORNING, JUNE 1I, 1868. AUCTION GALM, TEIS DAY. ( E -,IRARDEY & '0. Pellt, at 10 o'clock A a t at re* n 176 t acal atrtt, straw, millinery, and turusualg coods MONTtJUME]RY BROS. A CO. sell, at 11 o'clock, at their Auction Mart, 87 Camp street, furniture ete-; als, at I o'clock A. . at. LineraMs table, on ravier stre*t, torse. mile.. etc. THE CONSTABLE sells, at II o'clock A a. furniture, etc. M eO adertMemeuta on third on. Je erlanns tongll tarket. 10e"-..T Ou,ea. go. Mi OAS, Ssam.a Wtedne~sda Evening. June 7 lab. The moty market is Almost at a stand still. (Gold ope, ed at New York this morning at 1411. against 14(,, the cding rate yesterday. At 11 A. M i" was quoted at I I'. At 12 M. it ruled at 14'1, and at 3 r u :t closed at 14(01. Rates in this market have flu Inati d in accorddtt c with the variations re ported at New 1 o, k. but with at continued reduced supply a d deniind. .peratio...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 18 June 1868

pN. . .iTIV AMSHIP COMPANY. S _HA TI .......................... iAJTUn iEW ORLEANS BTEAMSBHIP OOPAxI. UWIRBD 8 ATES O AMERICA. IAs or LoatUSIau. Orm e Naw Osu.aSe. Be t new, tm si1a stdeof Februay, iothe yiar of our Lord a, themuand eight hundred and stxty-elo ht sld of the ndepsaldU ee if lb United ttaoee th, rpsfy caldd. benoe met =ward Iv7. a auteo public. n and l thbe City od eparish .f fow Or rea Mrate e Lei m afmnaitd duly remmie meed and e s. came and an e red thaed t emrrd that u t ,si , t sl of t provilons of the tatute od bi ete s of alman.a refative to the nrgenina sien eopnrtlo in this h lat, thun have cvenanted ain agreed and do by the. present. e ant, ad p bin remtlwe, and thou whom they. rprea to f rm them elvr. Intlatond aon stot. a eer'-,'t ~on for the objeuse ad peno ee, and snider he etlpulaiuola, reagisatee and ebliga ARTICLE L Thbe mu and itlo of said C ompay sh l be the " NEW ORLEANAI A ATAIItPI C.OMPANY" and ifs domelcl to hrby atabliuh.e in the cty eof I...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 18 June 1868

most trustworthy voters a tax payers within its limits." The Union Springe (Al ) Times has the follow. log: "On last Monday week, about midnight.four men, dressed in Federal uniform, and known to be members of the garrison of this place, went t.O the house of Mr. Joseph L. Mooltrie, three miles from town. They knocked at the door. He asked who they were and what their business. Rep!y was made that they were a detail sent to arrest him. Mr. Mouolrie opened the door, admitted the party and proceeded to dress himself. Of a quiet, peaceful diposition. he assented to the arrest at once, and to provide for the safety of his prem ises during abseance, he endeavored to call a white ma In his employ. The villains, however, wanted no witnesses. As soon as Mr. Monltrie called. they jumped on him, threw him down, choked and beat him severely. They next forced him to go e;lently from his home into some woods near by. Here their intended crime was disclosed by a de mand for his keys. The unarmed ...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 19 June 1868

TilE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT., VOILUME XVII. FRIDAY 5IORNING, JUNE 19, 1868. NUMBER 264. a4 Clear, Amrooith SkJn DEA3I7TIF'L CO)MPLEXION -rr7 LIOW ra ro or H EJLMIB()LD'S 4oacrntrated Extract Sarsaparilla. T REMOIVES BLA('K POTS, PIAPLE8, MOTH PATCBER AND ALL ERUPTIONS CF THE SKIN. In the Sprlng Montbe the eyetem naturally noderree a cbg., and B.LMRIOLLr'8 II OIILY COSt'ERrRAT,.D 5X'l At T OF bAKbAIARILLA to an a,.cstant of the grasaest mue. YOUNG LADIS, BE~WRIE ofthe in,aur! ms eFerr Fare Powders and Washes. Al sunch roemedies cir e nl, the por.e of the skin, sad n a shlrt time doetr >y t. rompleoxsr. If yen wealo have a treah. bealthy mnd romthful appearance, USK HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. lot a few of the worst disorders that afmirt mankind arise t mcoranptionof the bod. HELMHOLID' EXTRAI'r ZARSAAI'AIILLA IS A REMEDY of theut:it taiu. IIPLM(ELD'S EXTRACT SAROAPARILLA clean*er aend reuovater the blood instile the rigor of hea:th tItu the Ssteam and purges out the humors ...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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