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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 26 June 1868

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA mo me FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1468. AU'(TIOW GAL T- IS DAY. at, tut IONTOOIERI Y UlO0. a o. lla at 11 A. ., at Pt d. Laer's stables. Gravier street, hrees. mam. ete. CEAL T. BAM se s. at 11 .'Clrk a. a., at salea"sou to aer St. Churs sad Plrdida, frnitare. Y _ se advertuememse on third pa.for cot (Wit n arlian sOltse jarkt. Oars"? ontrom, ao. N Ohm k·./ ThLuradaz BIas' . Jae .* iM. 1 There is no alteration whatever to refer to in the Money market. Gold opesed at New York thia morning at 140jI, agaiut 140f, the cloiing rate yesterday. At 10:45 A. M. aria 12 t. it we e5 quoted at 14I, and at 3 e. . it closed at Itoi. aun 'he movement in this market is still of a very Pal restricted obarseter, and prices have nodergone fi', no matertia alteration of any kind since our last. Wi We append particulars of the actual rales, as for- Tea lows, viz: $21000. $5000 and $21 (C0) G;ol at 1:3:: I^: $6000. $1.600 $10,000 and t12 00) do. at 13i11, and ti $2...

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. — 26 June 1868

NEIW ORLIANSL CURESCENT. TER ..w "Ux ' eui.. .. OFCE w6 CAMP UT., NEW OuI.L u. J. 0. N1ION, U)ITOR AND pROPBIETOL O eael ' alr of f e W a * et LoInateb E. e lp ete as msebeial, maert ma ad pltled wul o meady o New Orewlm, S eoed LIWu a, and the grew bethwst, wiUb e Mob ftuarn as It hea ber to he w be puIrpem of eis Jeral The clmeu s fd eac day' sHem er referrd t. mas neaet of the fhlthhaaem mod eaees Wih which this d1 Io ese rutLed. Whlo s.eMeandpolnt ot the CRESENT is a indepedent err wit b rerense to all the mbect of aewwpera commmea ad dleumeta. It. opinion will always be found N be ea rdly. de1fnitely and fearlessly exrme A emefally miend some of C.oeepndets., onme sad er.trsa add tb the umelemes of the OR0 ENT, by laparital l ette5 s ape topls of mmasamsa to the pyopie of this eetom Its tle,. afom tshe peepol. fberm aet the leet Inlterestilog and wilan e lasresof the well Iled slamas A large shre of eat day's tee Is give ap to SOUTHERN ITEMS. sEaly mned fhom ar ekmaeae.La 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. — 26 June 1868

Pao oa etaaau 4traesl. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1368. The Texas DiWtsteS Bitl. The following is the bill for the division of Texas, introduced in the House, on the 9th, by Mr. Beaman, of Miohigan. After stating that the people are desirous to divide, the bill continues: " That is to say, that all that part of the terri tory of te said State of Texas situate and em braced within the following lines, namely: Be ginnng at a point is the middle of the channel, beaween Galveston Island and Bolvar Point. theace through Galveston Bay tk the month of the ien Jacinto river; up the San Jacinto rivetr to its eonfluence with the eastern fork of the Stan Jacinto; thence up said eastern fork, with the western bounadaries of the counties of Liberty and Polk; thence north to the Trinity river: thence up samid Trinity river to the mouth of the Bole de Arc, or east fork of the Trinity; thence up the said east fork to the northwest corner of the county of Kauffmaa; thence north to the southwest corner...

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. — 27 June 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOIlUME XVII. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1868. NUMBER 271. a clear, ameooe maswe BEAUTIFI TL COMPLEXION -eOLLsW TUa Wei or - ELMBOLD'M TI testestrated Extract Barsaparilla. CT REMOVIS BLACK PFOTB, FIP PLER MOTH FATCHEB AND ALL ERUPTIONSI OF THE SKIN. In the Spring Months the pstem naturally andrgoes a ebhsge msd BhLMOULD'S HIGHLY CONCEN FATIED ITOrIACT OF BAISAPARILLA I an aei u.ant of toe greatet valUe YOUNG LADIES. BSWARE of the nlorlos e.ffeet. of race Powder. and Washes All nsb remedies clnoe up the pores of the skin. ad ra ashort time destroy the camplrxial. If you would have a 'ree. healthy sad yetobfrl appearanoe4 LE R.ELBOLD'8 EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. Neoc a few of the worst dlseere tait ialiet mankind arlee om rorruption of the blood. HELIBOLD'I EXTRACT I AESAFAiLILLA Is A IREMED of the atmor t valae. HELMSOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILL4 creansr nad removates the blood. Inetile the vigor of health Intio the slytem and purge. out the hmrsr that make diaos...

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. — 27 June 1868

tiol, the ferocious Willms passed slin with two howeda , ad a mumlezamaim sod s ielc toot place among the qgndruped- William wti-tted his d aeeasty from the valuable pet of hlhtree CarOtrWe, sad rauina hin deadly thwssl, piece rth.en-ly laid the valuable pa t in the dt, dilng. uesOses ab shortly to be passed upon Wdallas. - RaraomPle.0Aertat' Corr.-la|se fr ean sad $ed Williams. n.,tonal wards, were a-rested U eretay ,tn tie levee for f btrig and didturb. lt the peace. Williams had a raser in his p rket. Mri. Maria A'bert wae chaegb d by Psaline Williams with breach of the peace sal atte opt to kil ¶ wo expecttnt members of Congres,. both of t erthbdx dl-rki,,eaP , were arrts 'd on Canal strect, for flightir. Two ,tile h ,y. were taken up on Ritmoart street, .eee, l.y, for hanging on t the ,trps of a the city car.. litree c..io' ed meids wre arrested on Bsin sIt , t, 3 ",ti rtl-iy t, r tig!.',ng and dsriir'n Lie in fere ni n' in isidn' ' cts.it' jhe )eu rleans VU r ce' . Ori CI...

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. — 27 June 1868

f tPtcmtrt Stavaing fort jCb-914 £A ADVERTISED IN TH Z DAILY CREPRCUT. *.1"aWI.g JmetI ST, is 6. Is. York...... . USITEII ýT'AI ;. Nl h *.. 9 S' fewYTnrk... . ....K 8 lUWDR Lahl . . . nIM lean... ..'W. U. H1Ita. Tnyp 4.......4AY I " ,....... ....... Uy ta(i4Alt. R a5.1' ..... 1 Lw~.s'lkti HPLL I.PE. Masri ..5 PM .. IAI'I5 lst .....5 'M Si.. Cl..s..,,,,,. LIZZIe.,* 1)PKt Q. Rrta........ PV k , ft ......N...... T lh 11 AiN Doci...........5 rI' a"I n. Riv...... IDAIIAIP Blanks .......5 rU ?lsbahm.s. ..... .9RA IlITMAN. Lsaaher.. ... 5 PM eatasI... ..........WILD WAItIN1B. I t ..rtaou..S PM Vasang Pmam ...LA I' H. a hr-t'laSa.........4PM I. .. .Mll.e HII4VI -Cara. .. .....4 4k&."" w«.'d .r rof .-w tt-g' -Wsw Clrlru · June :f, Ii`* --1 . rer tI Jl if t · te hr the I'nll par t,. "mpaat.s ' -."'.a. ,,t ' 1 ir'e / IIr , tha fi.' I~a,aa ral u~bs .d.-.in ds ,.e ogru~s. ,1~ * ·n ~ Pr p I..l" c. b a'a. -sicsro. JA-t' rK 51"r ari..aa/, - _E_~p" 1..1 '."r, - S .tnI4. r l tin soaaquaa tC spat....

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. — 27 June 1868

IFFICIAL O UNAL OF THE STATl OF LOUISIANA BATTR AV M.kNINGI, JUNE 27. tnes. A UI'TsOIs ALst TEIS DAT. . DR PERIET slt.. at IS o'cdek , at the Marhsata' and Aact mi. ' I-e. ;a0. r sa -tate. At lI 'CIeluca a., a ia B]mrvlle r t.et i lr bda. C. It O1ADPY ('O ell, at i s.. at NMerchants nd Auetiorsee' IF-nt reast atata wostuUaT auea tUU. u, at 11 eiea. at eag aýetle. a s s a bele. harntar, ern.; sbe, 4 Itoel. maa. u at e. TB . O00 TABLE *ils at I e'eloek A at. at eer-r Co ,stasie ·a 1eUcinty streets, coa.enia of grocery store, ,ur fiture. ceC - -'. r~ieuetita on third pIa. us @rtrans ton1 larketi. Osmra- ea C. ta ,Sui-,.. ""eas Bmise tue on" . lut Monotony has been the leading feature of the money nmarket since the date of our last review. k rday evening. the 19th inst. Currency has been abundant throughout, while the amou it of busmines paper maturing and consequent psy mants into bank have been very light, and the demands for acc(amodatlon have disclosed, if nythbi g, a still fu...

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. — 27 June 1868

3 M. W *1HIRLR.4 (R I M Na 'T. A O7CE 4 CAMP i., 31W OI.LIANE _ . " . NIXON, EDITOR AND PROPBIBTOU. 'Ig foietal oamal oft he of Lb so oft Lalea to 101 Vn premese the soeial, materiat and pelitinal waeD-belg a bealy of New Orleans, the Sta otf Loulsiuna, and thegroaw Sethwest, will be in the ftara. as it ba bOeen tO bie pel be purpose of this Jaral The olumnos of each dayle iunse Js erferted to as an earnest of the bthhfalse and asesog Switbh whilab this deoiga is eesead. While thee1tad-psi4 t of the 7ER80EIIT as tnldesedeat pme it h eforwr.ne o i al the eableje of aewspesr oseamintl ad aeresoweo. Ito se otllese will always be aeed to be oa f '1 dly. 40Tnely sad fearlsn-ly eemsed. nil Afaos .¶ly aleaaes eyaet Ma Coresupodoents. memo sad oedrtga LI -- mou x I It., add to the ahslw of the CRE0ENT, by impartial eIst. s - lpe topis of momeat to the people of oit sectionn . le I Selfro.o Ie people term not the leasIt lahe aingl and vaa ble eature of its well-ied eaolmasn A cares ...

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. — 27 June 1868

neea to purchase freely, a this twosa end toe new cruo are so far advanced that they seem l wary of havi $ = stock of the last year's bya growth on ther h The inerket. daring the N feet two days Mad " "mno , led tag sn. N"1 fL e 110 w emi id . mller, hre sauis to crake ready IeSCeUsiofl without ireeting this the views of heg s . Becept4i or the we -k dale up 16174 b  les stude 10,671 bbls.. and In exports smoset to 753) bbts. Quotatos this to eveninl are as follows: $5 SO(7 for common to viM fine; a PT ofeW amperao;: $7 75 for single 3fe extra; 5@@1 25 ter double extra; 5 75(4t 50 arot ft r seble extra, and $10012 P bbl. for choice dou Coup-The movemeat In corn has been steady, ob with a moderate demand throeghest the week, f* and priee. from the commenaement to the close, 15 have not fluctuated to any extent. The arrival of V a large quansity, per barges. early i, the week, ne was deemed an impetus to the trade and gave the Met levee, for a day or two, a very animated appear Bt an...

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. — 28 June 1868

iTRE NEW ORLEANS CRESCEN! ý OLUME XVII. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1868. NUMBER 272. .. . n . . .. . . .. . .. . . .._. . . ..._ . . ! •_ -• | _m ---_____q m m mm u | i m m |  m | | • lm m ' oE CIear, nseoloA Skei -"la , .EATTIFITL COMPLEXION -OrLt.eW Tu USEm OF MELMB3OLD'M -centratel Extract Sarsaparilla. B REMOVES BLACK SPOTS, PIXPIES, MOTH S ATCHUES AND ALL ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN. this (a the Spring Moths the system matnratly undergons a u . ae a.d HELMBOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED TEACT OF SBARSAPARILLA is aI assistant of Loe eatoest vlas. fOUNt LADIES, BEW&RE! of theInjarlonseferefs Yee Powders and Washes. All such remedies close up the pres of tOs skin. and is a short time destroy the comptezien. reas would have a fresh, healthy nd youethful appearsate, S HAiLMBOLD' LXrRAOT BARSAPABILLA. lot a few of the worst disorders that afflict makid arlre smeenrupta..f the blood. HELMROLD'S KXTRACT rbAfIARILLA IB A REMEDY of the atmoat value. ELMOI.D'S EXTRACIT SARSAPARILL& relaen"e...

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. — 28 June 1868

1htc ga erlemu qret PFICuL JOURNAL of THE m TATE uwu .. . M O.F. / mul 'air.. iE DAILY ORmWIIoNr a -ea@* EmPUY NO InSemispu inea ftema *1 Uimp , to aemes. 81;: ewe talpm, -I asMrts. $4: 6rlase elw is ema Neam of A"erweiagass wAgmnar. 1 me maeas monahnon t.alnts I wale rs..... "* IT "" ,t .. ..I nt Ia..... 0 U.0. 11" "" 01 ftomn. 30 07 6o ** IM " e * 0 ,T...:: . to eo :: PI 6 .. 17" . " 37 .. Lee H.... 11 *0 * . ed w i*-th1R s t IN W L rt iea..' d Pur pI y e4! asem"" n el gmr thooe 75 156 " 180 "" I20C "" 2100 "se. 6" N 175 196 " " 430 " 540 Ptram. 155 l0** "" SK* "1 09 i per meoth. .adeboa evt1ea hamig the reD of M he pepelt, fir' gu ei. SI er equags; .o* uheemeutusareteao. TOreat .. r sqarem led sd Pfartb page tWhe m advoloemet. eaeh to rl ta , $1 90 por IagSr. asb tamertosn eguam advertrem , weo saverttee iergey, aan be al owed ieb ilraoaUtf abrve sawmed tranttant ratoe s may na Asred apse; preAdth tt ina . easre.hat such 'lieita it ao" 1s per cent a i retas-e. aotie. oi .dtuews...

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. — 28 June 1868

ohse ;rww t rt a ur s qrt Itu. SUNDAY MOBRIRG, JUNE # 18s8. I .wne.. BY CHAL.Mis GAIvII. SI. Ships are tossing at sea, And shibps sail t to the windy cliffs of the saore; But the ship that is dearest to me Will never come in with the tide - Will ripple in the bay no more, Riding in with the ode. S11. " Under the frrth of the foam, And the yeasty sorge and the shuddering gusts of rain. S Ies the lad who will never come home, HiBs white face hid in the sand; Be ti-ither las care nor pain Under the sea-weed and sand. III. Down by the reefs and the she:ls. Far down by :Le channels that turrow the d.!o roos deep, Where the torn pails rise with the swel's And swing in the pulse of the sea, He is only sleeping a sleep, is Down in the sorrowful sea. iv. Above him the wrack and the drift, The red-lit east and the dark sad glow in the west, ' The currents that change and shift, And the rain blown laNe of the .torm; There is no thing but silence and rest Under the beat of the storm. Tangled in...

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. — 28 June 1868

FFIC JOURNmA OF THE STATE OF LOWIuIANA. . o. NIXON. Nlear a.d Prropelaese. OFFICE, x.. u CAMP rTUr?. PItaY habsiptioa is advanes, $16; hltf nrty, $a. parterns, a4 steaapia, Iemwsa WriTa WwaLy nt Caaca, I published .very saurda 5h e'rlt ar if. Invarilsri in sd.vnes FU!(IAT MORNING, JUNE 21. I68. Edmund W. Halsey, Esq.. is a candidate for re-election as assistant clerk of the Lou isiana House of Representatives. He has served in that capacity for five sessions. and if re-elected Will bring to the discharge of his duties an experience and facility which would be of the utmost value to the legislature. Independent of his immediate official quali fications, Mr. Halsey is a fine general scholar, a gentleman without guile, and of the most admirable social qualities. The House of Representatives would alike benefit the pub lie service and honor itself by electing him to the position for wh- h he is a molt,-st apllicant. SGocause AccuLz.r.-The community will be chocked to learn that two ...

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. — 28 June 1868

fIET. % AM ..4 rn qi r5 r' .4 PV Jdan ---- Seedqlr~tmnf Ie i w-r~t 4, ar leo 4>. J e f9 ! i- r at n. arf eCdoe ~ elorteitem b "d" n f r RI, . a-J u .n a- 5 ak el" L .uas , - hew O.. R. onE..d .aLer, J 4 1'9 h. I ',- m o the Bad d- qrre-narte..nr t(hr Dr noa.atle Party All mmb. lo tie (area hl A-nendty d hai res in tbr cat ate . q ,ur.t.d tocl at the ronoMI. , 'B 5 ('onu' atrirat.tdI ]PPo soe t 1*) .( m a Ft . ,-Re.,' t(1 bn n *r Jen . I9 1668-At t amt- rug of the B ,rd ot .uectutn at.. d .. ~tte .I,'j 'ci-c- - , a - .ca at .tod doaIei.- c. !,ah t h t rite ,e I "t am Jh r. ., rthe l Str tbuh pre i o thi ank, a m o.t a y o 'be Kt n obb.,u s he c or tord lga rthe Reentrn. Hn , an WE)ir e KuAI toe d ,layren ,f t., rapn the iti o .,a I d t .n 12A at., in order to im n e data M m b n a f tla aw "Opanv) re na sLF' i D. ak nP A,..ient (-- . a." 1 . a p... ua " -w ..w 4). Mla. J t19. 1'r1-Al* ra ,t. f the Beerd :of tricnir. I th F. L-aV. el ohre bh3 ing ted- d bit rewgu..ti'. a...

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. — 28 June 1868

FRCIAR IiAI W Tit RTATE OF LOUISIANA, BUN I)AY MOEIlIO, JUONK 2 itieR. o e oimasreroes at caise... The folewieg to a translation of a poem, delIv erd by Mr. Emil Btrehster, at Turaer Hall, be. fore se torchlight proeessdio, from the pen of ee of the most able German poets now living, ire. Bil Ritterhaes, who reo des eomwbere on the Rhine, at Coblenz. we believe. smd who, when is this oountry, mn yJars ago, wae contribhtor to the DeLssch-Amerkanbsche Moalshefte (Ger man-American Moduity Magazine.) edited and published by Mr. Caspar Buts, of Chloago: Far o'er the sea I seed my song, Far o'er the sea my greeting words, For the 8, rigerhuod on the shire of the lake The greeting from the bank of the Rhie. The goblet's filled with the juloe of the grape That ripened here in the sun's warm ray, And above me high in the azure sky The lark is warbling its festive song. The cuckoo cries; and from the bush The wild rose sends Is fragrance sweet, And all is festive; all is gay, Where e'er I s...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 28 June 1868

lb. º t Brltuu 4r~MtL OFFICIAt iOlAL I THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, 8UN)SAYT MOMINIG, JtNE 24. *it. Tae are tese r pe Cahae.. The foflewlsg tI a translation of a poem, deliv ered by Mr. Emil H(echiter. at Taraer Hall, be fore be torchlight proeselon, from the pes of seof SfO most able Germae poets now living, Mr. B31l Rltterbsas, who resides somewhere on the Rhine, at Coblenz. we believe, and who, when in this country, some years ago, was a contributor to the Deeauch-Anertnanbiche Moeabthete (Ger man-American Monthly Magasine.) edited and published by Mr. Caspar Buts, of Chicago: Far o'er the sea I send my song, Far o'er the sea my greeting words. For the a r·gerhaud on the share of the lake The greeting from the bank of the Rhine. The goblet's filled with the Juice of the grape That ripened here in the sun's warm ray, And shbove me high to the azure sky The lark is warbling its festive song. The cuckoo cries; and from the bush The wild rose sends its fragrance sweet, And all as festive;...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 28 June 1868

BUNDAY MORNING, JUNB 4, Unie. ~e crltanms hnat g . Otam ssw Oviesý 9 Me s e o aaiS , SSat'-ia vMs Jus 27. nIL There is ecarcely any uomvment to refer to ii the in(iey market. The directors of the Sutbfert Back have declared a five per cent. dividend. pay able ou the first Monday of July. Gold opene, at New York this morning at 140 , against 140 the closing rate yeaterday. At 10:45 A. x. It war quoted at 140f; at 12 x. It stood at 14(1. and at; r. 4. it closed at 140j). Operations in tbis marketl hrae been of a restricted character throughout and rates have varied to correspond with the lrui tnattons at New York. We appenri parti ulars of the actual sales as follows, lnz: $1500 Mold at 13~ , $1200 $2000 and I5000 do at 1'Ii. Bales of Silver have been conftned to driblets, and we now quote (old at 1'94@l.tiaj, American Silver coin at 1364" 136, and Mexican dollars at 144r 1444. F'I-asli. FxCRANoi:-Trannactions in Sterling and F rat.cs daelese an uriaterrupte.d abatem lt. The- of'rlg ...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 28 June 1868

OFFILIAL itMIANM OF THE STATE IF LOIUUAN.A l'NIl a MORNING. JUNE 28, 1988. AUC'TIIOWN SALId MONDAI. a DE FERIET rel m 12 o'clock i , at the Merchant.' sa Aium.eers' hachae , r-6i tatae dION47nluit, nIt. a mI.4el rat .L, as Pal Lhw'swaee Ualv4a Uy st.ere, eem . inas. se. OCAS T raSH seais. lt II o'elock L . aat .4 .4rUS orne6 it. t'hL srt. atd P.dldo, frlturs. Alies advertsanemrtt ou erucd page. Tae Osed (Commesatty. TsE BnLrLTs OF OiOaWNIED LIC"N'TIOV5N(M TillE WoMt. IDLLL AND L'LYT. ANla TE CUHILD rlca Tvr'ID-A IARYT PLACE T0 LIVE IN. [From the Wa1mera le (.i.) ParsJenian. Near the towm of Oneida, in the State of Nev York, live a slangular body of people, calltn, theaselves "Perfectionists." They ourber abou two hundred, and have held together for twentj ears, losing a few by seoession duri.ig that time but mahbg up the loss by new converts. The are knowa outside as the "Oneida commenat;' and roum time to time articles have appeared it the Eastern papers deseribing with more or l...

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. — 30 June 1868

THlE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VUl,l, IE XVII. TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 30. 1868 UMBI 5 C Irar, mnoolb ,laus 3EAV TIIT "L COMPLEXION -reI LOW TU Etr s O H IfLJMJ)LOLD'4 'oaaetrated Extract Sarsaparilla. S IEM(OTF LA('K SPOTS, P.[fPLE. MOTH PATCHES AND ºIL ERRUPTIONS OF THE 1K!S. In the Spring Month the .yrtenm etcnrtlly nnereo a hange .ad HELMiIULD'S II'tHLY Cl'CrENFEtrED 11 I'AtT tF BARAAPAtlILLA is an a...itat o! the arteet value TOUcN LADIRR, BEWd.RE! o'theletarrtontretarnt are Powderls and W~uhe All such reni&e ric a n the e·re Vo the skin, and i. a ahorttme destroy thk rompileain. S u wut a ne a tre .... heal.Ly ad o c:'ul a;pearU S, ;SkE HELMSOLD d iX KACT SIAKSAARILLA. N n ~.e at the w onit dsrder that rliet manklnd asrim m orn; ationt t- ikha ond. b lT ,T.WRI.D1 E' 11t' ArnAYARILLA IS A ALMEMDO -, the anlt a eur HELMBOLD'S IFXTRA'T ?kt RPARt'.'t ' " ".A d rtaouvlto the bli, d iahtoli t. e vtigr no' tL.cat tthe stem and purges out te humore that w caka diasese. Q1'ANTAT...

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