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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 1 August 1868

Sht cto Or14ans Itsctutt SFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. 1, O. NIXON, idtter ad Pr.oprleer. OFIlC:, N. .4 CAMP rrTET. YTearly ubsertptieos, in advance, 16; half yearly, $; 4rM1'ty, t4. single eopies. 10 cents -Tass WELty Camtee is peblebs every gaturday. eacrrtction $6, invsrialy in adases. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGU'T 1. 1881. National Demaocratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDEINT HORATIO ICEYMO U , or saw Yodo. FOR VIOE PRESIDENT. FRANIK P. BLAIR, OF MISsOUII, Fleetore foe the 5tste at Large: 1-GOVIERNOR R.. WICILIFF, of West Felician& ISAIAH 1 IARlRTT. of Oaschita ALTERNATES: JAMER P. FRERET. of Jefferson. JUDGE J. N. LEA, of Orleans. Dletrlet FJectreti ist Congressional District........ .....A. AMBOLA. mesnd .. .. .............M. B. BR'DY. Thir . .. ... ........ A. S. HEKR ON. Fourth . .. ............ A. DsBLAN . Fift .. .. .. . .......N. D. CoLEMAN. ALTERNATES: ltrt Congresseinal District.......... T. P. SHRRBURNE. second .. ..........OBO. W. R&OK. Third .. .. ............

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. — 1 August 1868

tpttaramrs tatg at as- a. ll ADVYBTIBD IN T  DAILY (RIMOI. 4.terdaeo. Airum 11, .1 . )Ien Yo. .k(lEO. WARRINOT11W1 "Zi^r. .,. V N v .. G.OF . G A f Q t....... ....5 PM T. , .. . .. INT Bg ck - ........... .8 AM Tr.e ..s...... ...I . MA It. R re............... 8 A La .r.o.i. .. ..a.o.AL DiRbo .....T PM Id R. r .... RICIHM!OND. R, lma. ...... 5 PM lea RWor . ...,1 -NrOLA~i Do wt... ....... 5 P Rld , .rL........... cL1ZZm R PrY KI. , N .......5 PM Vi c urg . ......(FE1. QUITMAN. Latthers....../ r PaItce.............WXLD ¶AG001. Richordao. .5 P terlng Pa a..... ICR OLf tie ra ........12 Waue.rl Plane ...LAt'A, WIlkor-Ca ..... .....1 I Nettie .. ...... AIL BOAT--s. .. ... ... a PM POI.ITICA I,. ---ln 1qualseeos Penrah Word %nalo.oIl Demoerat.c fIa. Neo )Anan. a*Au.t I Ivii - kmý-r... lPortb W.r'. alsty -A I.tt1la of the re vs f'lub| will ,r boeb at the. p~d aatrtowr ,out nl Com motttin 211"na, .-l,, ando u. t:+ ahl fr end. part.' n.rl. y ar ..r.,.... ~ uv tr d to aittrd lyf)dev Qe...

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. — 1 August 1868

Pte gas 4rlans 5qtstent. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. - - - - --- ft SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 1. 188. s AEtIOI. BALam TMIS DAT. t MOYroo ERY aoO. a co. sellt 11 e aeek. at ther Iautios Mart, 87am eitar ; alo 11 o'clock A.L N. P. qd's Stto, y vt' &ve T Verses. meaes, et . C. E OTARDEY a CO ll, at 1 a., Merchmast' and a.etioirsn' Exehanq real esta as he advertsemesae Ma thir ags. IOIFICIAL. COMMON COUNCIL. h 0OA*R OF ALDE3MEiM. REI. L'I AI SESSION. c c('IT HALL. New OiRLEANS, i July 2$th. ltti. The board met pursuant to adjournment, Presi dent Markey in the chair, and Messrs. Brady, kaiser, Poynot and Shields present. The minutes of last meeting were read and ap proved. A number of resolutions from the other board E relative to refunding and diminishing taxes were referred to the finance committee, with instruc tions to dispose of them according to law. The following resolution from the other board came up for concurrence. It was amended by striking out the cl...

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. — 1 August 1868

C Fr NFW S)RLCAN, OCRKLNCFAUT.* roe 01110 3 Ne "UP /, , 3 SL, am . 0. X1101, fDITOr AND PIOPBWTOsI roe I weasel E*m..l of tee* US.* *f Leald.a. s Iteprnet We ortmao. metaldml plNeel w-mebtg eo ed t, i.. w mlu e, h ein W ae, s It s beeL , the pest so pipes of table Jral. The 0le.me of m. ea's hssem e reuired to as s oesmeet of ahe AblIlI e em weee . wil wheh thbis edoeg toe saeted. d Whb the ste- petat of the 0330 R 17 tOIm cld c -e il rammss to aBhe t awMds at eeepew ooMwn m4ee..aoi. Itos spteoss isa alwae. be eas to be s MW. dessl eee atorisn gig P uteems. Pe doloftOli ml toesout euaupufLo A esemfl o sdastel OWNs of Ue.weepeSdetsr Memo and Noreign md to ae e~be otf e O38031 .T by mp ttel bs 5m topies of momms to the puple of N5kI at Itl te. e fosn the peops if m e thelm r a m e.a WI aow ero o twe vsue. 111saam s A elms oD s m H S o o toas es wu p e 50018I l 11333, als. aLd orrOagmoes of go" mslt ohr 3ing Mame. So t l th the 03r3U031 to mel ta rpes lt abs ear deaf ljouml uto Wes U...

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. — 1 August 1868

usually heavy o0msee0s , while boldel n fortmly covered up their amples rad deeloed to make any further overtures. No sales whatever bare transpired since oar last, and there are no quotations obtainable in the present condition of the market Hder,rasdy. July 2f.-.Owing to continued on favorable advices from Liverpool and New Yr-k, and to the temporary abseace of the principal buy. er, who has been nibbling here for the past few weeks,the movemetia the leading taple has been again wholly suspended in tis market to day. Most factors still manlfest adsposition to withhold their diminished supplies, however, but in order to ef fect sales they would have to submit to further heavy concesuions. It is hardly necessary to adi. however, that any class of quotations approach. ing accuracy are still uanttainable, owing to the unsettled condition of the market. Th7rsdiay, .lly 30-The tone of the advices from Liverpool and Nhw York this morning would in dicate that the lowest depth had neen rea...

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. — 2 August 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUME XVII. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1868. NUMBER 0. a- ila i | eAddrec -rd 13- F NEILrVOUS AND BfEI3ILITATED TI -w.Oux- E Saffertrgs Have Bee PFretracted T TF -rae. TI ITIDDEN CAUSES, WHOSE CASES REQUIRE PROMPT TREATMENT nre tic wi to -so- Ito in Render Existence Desirable. ( thi tD No thl If yol em o ferlag from Itvelmtary elsehargea, what oi(tdeviltlpred cwpeo yoar genoertl hnith t Do you teelws k, debllitated, easily tired ? C Dees a litue exertio• produce palpitation of the heart? ac Does your liver, or urtiary orgens, or your kidneys, frhe P quetly get out of order? Se Is year urine soetimees thik, milky, or feeky, or tl it ropy tb os settling; or does a thick eum rtei to the top; or is a sls. seat at the bottom after it has stood awhile ? Do you have spells of short breathing or dyspepsiat d Are your bowels constipated? w Do you have spells of fanlotng or rushes of blood to the h!ed' Is your memory Impairedl Is your mind constantly dwellIng upon...

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. — 2 August 1868

htL erl Bm !l 4lm . FFICIAL IOURNAI OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS o, s, iZxe , rEdter mad IPrrie' . al OrIaS. $e ai6 OAMr wTrZET. HLIE DAIL.Y ORBioEIt.'R n n pebtmwhed EVER IOM IeNO-erss ehisSd Iarlty Iabsertplm, ti advaaee, $14; O ywar,. I: salrM. 3; /tagl 0., 1s5 mm t atoes l &dvwerstas w I=I arr 5g5area 1 I ean oatha M ath,. a meat. 13 eains Ie pena s11Il oet$11etl Is so 5K R I a t her. .. b" 6 m 14 I' ~ 17 , a a 17 o Ill-" l t w..... t .. S . "' ", . IeeI awe- minr th eBeo rester In md aet.h pe ns I s . aid o e*sa e.t.n asdmetimeme, o alhn the ii oi the p: wpe/, G ..t. 5$1 p er eqam; hk M a sa itt i. ' 0 ·· . 00". 16 " s a m o4 orth pegs tresneima adyatsesmetS Oa t* a MIn · : $1 00 per e uare. "" hI Ise It0{ ºs a · 170 .. in a Ier adverrstlm., w.o adveti larlely, Savl be aIew d sh dloat om abthe aimsd tea t IWe M e lared apea; peded tha la See sal maIo dsuee um 1. mAt Ia lpe be It Sbelsem ad~eni ci adeuhlieIte Sao. efsh pas, uat" &Ml l oIk ein er s eqraUm;ee thon ih...

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. — 2 August 1868

ýh. _ea @ritamts ýrsent. ES U N D A Y W R NI IN G . A U D I 1T 2;. 1 $E . Weeodr Wise. BY ALICE CARRY. F'rom the Atlantle Monthly for August. It was the boatman Ronsalee, i And he sailed through the mitse so white And two little ladies sat at his knee. With their two little heads so bright' And so they sailed and sailed--sall three- ela On the goldena coast o' the night. teo Young Bonsalee had a bandsome face, And his great beard made him brown; for And the two little ladies in girlish grace the They kept their eyelids down- The one in her silken veil of lace, pOt And the one in her weolsey gown. For one little lady lived in the wood, pil 1.ke a flower that hides in the day; iear name was Jenny-they called her the good, po And the name o' the other was M1ay: I I And her palace windows looked on the loaod, Where they softly sailed away. laii long time the balance even stood 1 With our R'osalee that day; pre Itut what was a little hones in the wood the To a palace grand and gay? So he...

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. — 2 August 1868

Iht 8as rqafls 4tsett. FFICI:L JCURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. ". 0. IXON" , Eit.or uad Proprit1 r. orrICE, no. $ CAMP ITnET. IWTeMrly Bseriptions, advane, 8;: IalrMfry, SS; geirtr!r. 64 Blnlto copies, 10 enei w-T.e W sst, OCssacg Is ptnshlati owy I edsrdy. a"b.rrTnm $6, CPvariabyti in adlmme.. UNt.DAY MORNING, AUGUO r 2, IO*M. Natienal Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: I-IZoATI() tieYMOUR, OF NLW YORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: FItAN I I. B5LAII, or xMISOUR:, Flrliers for the St"te at Large: -4OV tghNOR R. C. WICKLIFFd, of We.t Fehl:so. lIAIAH OARRETT. of Oachi:a. ALTERNATES: JAMES r. FRE.RET. of Jer-nn. JUDGE J. N. LEA, of Oroies, isttrlct Electores First Co' groosional Di.tnct..... .. ....A AMBR)LA. eenod .. .. ............ . . BRADY. Third .. ...... ... A. H. HERRK N. Fourth . ............ . DoBLANIC t ...h .. .....N. DI. CO.LBEMAN. ALTERNATEB : intt Cosgret olnal Di mtrict.......... T. P. PIIERBt'RNS . Ieeond .. ..........080. W RA8 'E. Third .. .. .. . J II. KENNARD. Fourth .....

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. — 2 August 1868

$ttmtrs mtavtng fort " gg . N2 Ad ADYUBTIBED IN THE DAILY ORMOUNT G 8..eas. LAgusetf , 16. Te... JOREPH1NI' wI.-C7ar .....T, Ali Bewau.'....... MAIL BOA*}-Owr............4 t E r S11('1 1.eaw. .gu., a. 1e419). Ol watering P, m.... CREOLE. HBoe-Cre.. .,....f9AM Iwing Wqreoimg rhes.... LAURA. walkr- Ow ..-1u. ..,.9 AY I....MAL BOAT-Pars ..... .. 2 Looktou Bed but POLTH( IAL. -h. Al'evA. --=mme a l.nas.r.$l. CE)oatra1 fbeoml(lct. lrertbt !ew (rkW.. Aeutt 1d,. 116.-Tb. oeutlawo elected f '"m FAE e ,evontl word /('l`lbs 'o the Nutirooit Pari'sb Esotl'?vr Conno it'.see re rnnt.d to ino t at tie iot i. of 'ho .'e tr.1 C' munttee, No M'b Cana' srine an NuND 1Y EVB'Io'tl The Auruert id. at 7 t' clock 'olr the too ppoll . e arg.nttislt Iid Places'~ uroaaeltm. B, uroer "f the I ."LotttOoonmittae )h. n J. W. IOEVANT. Rocomoo Pro T-i ,te.* - A-*10. Cle.w Thiod Wo"rd!- til 0- o 'Ih critic Yojo..u the Thi.rd Nooartetcearnestly roo(,. .Iod t,. the at, Lewd Ith re o .r mtothtt eo.lotne of the Third W...

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. — 2 August 1868

She IT1 @rltan rhtsUL OFFICIAL JIJRNAL OF TlHE CITY OF FEW ORLEANS. FUNDAY MORNING, AU ;1ST 2, 1868. [Prom `b Oalaxry or Augst2: A Trepleal Moratlr as lea. Sky In its still, far splendor lifted Higher then cloud can be: (Air with no breath of earth to stain it, Pure on the perfect sea. Crests that touch and tilt each other, Jostling as they comb; Delicate crash of tinkling water, Broken in pearling foam. Flashings-or is it the pinewood's whispers, Babble of brooks unseen, Laughter of winds when they find the blossoms, Brushing aside the green ? Waves that dip, and dash, and sparkle, Foam-wreaths slipping by, Soft as a snow of broken roses Afloat over mirrored sky. OT to the Feat, the steady sun-track Golden meshes fill Webs of fre, that lace and tangle, Never a moment still. Liquid palms but clasp together, Fountains, flower-like, grow L'mped beils. on stems of silver Out of a slope of snow. Sea-depths, blue as the blue of violets Blue as a summer sky, When you blink at its arch spr...

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. — 2 August 1868

ht *twa Oritans Ic4'tnta SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUSt 2, ls8. Vrrm the Atlantic for Asest I . The Fle.tpat. BY J. a. LOWILL. It monets athwart the windy bill, Throeik sallow sloesnof upland bare, A.td fancy cilnlbs with footfall ,t l1 Its narrowing curves that end in air. '* s+. By day, a warmer-heated b'ae t t*orps softly to that topmost swell Whence the mind drinks imagined view Of gricious clihes where all is wel. By n'ght. far yonetr, I surmise An ampler world than clips my ken. - Were the great stars of happier skies ('ummiuglei nobler fates of lmen. I look and long,. then haste me home, bIill tmaster of my secret rare; Orce tr:ed, the path would end in Rome, But now it leads me everywhere. Forever to the new it gnides. From former good old overmoch; I What natnure fir her poets hides, 'Tis wiser to divine than clutch. The bird I list bath never come Within the scope of mortal ear: My pryang step would make him dumb, And the lair tree, his shelter, sere. Behind the hill, beh;nd the ...

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. — 2 August 1868

ti OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY OININGO, AUGUST 2, 128. Oi AWCTIeO UALS MOrfiAT. el osrrooattO Y IROS. 00O. MU as II A. *., at Phil. D dheo 'a stables, travlr re ed ba hins, mae a. e T TP F CO' TA B LEt ,s. t 12 'el'ek .. at Delta Wease. J 1 rut Lee 6 treet lot h ,abh, 1d furniture. in 0aB*. T. NAsH aln. as I 'eloes L ., at saMesom ct corner St. Chares ard Psdide. turndere, Pteem adverttameets ea see ad pea. - --- A Sea Seal tr 'Prom aucmilllan'a Maarine I to Cool lips of shell, sing, sea shell warm and sweet, el Of ripples curling on the creamy beach, to Of soft waves smnging In each other's ear, di Small wavelets kissing one another's feet, pr Where flakes of foam mke make music, a sad speech p Tenderly sad to hear. re Tell me of half formed little broken words op Fung by the ripples to the still sea flowers In silent, sleeping, tideless deeps of sea: For there the flowers have voices like to birds, That sing full-throated in this world of ours On each melod...

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. — 4 August 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLkME XVII. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1868. NUMBE THBE UBE.EH'lB DISPATCHES. "of t legisll the FROM WASHINGTON. whbte and s The CLAESIFICATION OF CLERKS ina a lit in vOmil Bltler's statetent of His Arrest. arge ST. KARIE OFF WITH HIS $10,000. ('Ca reap, BURE.AU L HOVARD ON A in tr BUREhAU TOUR. Col. Smallwood to Take Charge of the " " New Orleans Postoffice. this juoin repo ~IW IR FL A st T Ommi AV. Proposed Ad Interim Applicants. D N, Wise INTERNAL REVEIUE RECEIPTS. the n ori "ut ETC., ETC., FTC. Kln Puut WA,-rHlN.c . August a:.-Secretary Mec'alloch riPe has Irsued orders to heads of deparnmeuts to iat claasify clerks according to capacity and atten- ejec tion to business, with a view of retaining the more skillful and faithful. It .. Brent, E-q., in a card. pronounces Butler's statement regarding his arrest in Baltimore, as uneoulvteally falseol e St. Marie has at last received his ten thiusand 2 dollars for betraying burratt, and sa off lor Eu- i-ts r...

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. — 4 August 1868

Sht 4ex a rins Irctrt. OFF.LIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. t. O. 513@ox eIuter and reprloet.e. OFFICE, le. 4 CAMP STREET. Te.rly pubsertptions, oin advoan, $15; half yearly, S; gparrly, St Pingle copies, 10 eents. gTts WIiuLy Cases nsc o pablished everr'Uturda7. Saecrlptian 5o, invra·|iy in advianes SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUSr 2, 1s68. Rational Democratic Ticket. FOR PREBIDENT: OHlATIO nSEYMOU R, OF NaW YORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: FIRANI( IP. BLAIH, OF MISSOURI, ?leet*os Nr th e State at Larue A-OOVEINOR R. C. WICKLIFFe, of West Frebheas IlAIAH GABETT. of Osachitl ALTERNATES: JAMES P. FRERET, of Jeffeson. JUDOE J. N. LEA, of Orlean. Platrtlet Electora Frst Congrastnoal Distri t.............A SAMROLA. Seond .. .............M. B. BRADY. Third .. . .............A. S. H Kt)RON. nrth ..... .......A. DaBLAN". ihmh .. . .. ........ . . COLEMAN ALTERNATES: Firt Congrnlssl.Lai iDetrct ..........T. P. SHERBURNE. cod .i .. .......... ..W8 . W RAGE. 1hard .. .. ......J. II. KENNARD. Fartb ....

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. — 4 August 1868

teuamers etauing port s-fag. As ADVEBTISED IN THII DAILY CE CIIT. Tmedar . A ugeel 4, 1Og. Vek, r r (... 0V. ALL , ~· anP ..IM e 5. PM WaMca Place .... LAURAC , Walker--ca.. ........ AN hoalo .. ...MAIL I AOAT-- ................! P POLITICAL. r- RImiP KmItga. Atleil.em !-There will b an Adjeoraned YMeeg of this. Club held ,.n WDNE4q IAN thr 5th IhN t at 7a m o'eheh p.   ,at H.Ovlqeauen ore ,1 ! U Ilawkla'. Saluco, coraer of (4,, mon treet snoft arl t re' .loy. PeaCtusl mttenCta'le . re ctectrd Br ..do, 'f IIARRY r. HAYS", Pre.;eut. E. r. IcLElA, sore'ay. -- H1 oar ots., ('Cadet. July 1I. S4. - At a m, etlair of thl Cluba, held on +hurclar arvnlng, Jaly .thb, the o lowl ke ctll. - e. were e'ee'ed fiera Wa RftlNi TttlNK. JI., P.ea,dat; WM N l LHAM Vie readeat,. CHAR BURKHART. eecretary, i Nt iUKN. Ascetsntit etrary., JN". OIl.DKIN. Trea.nrtr. L WNC'I. NA('tI, lar-"al TAYTL)RJ'iHINO4., It ..cd.nta Marshal: 'ipSn CINLV Y. 2.1 Aus.itat marahal. All nnwg men of + mocrtt, porl,(',pie,...

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. — 4 August 1868

IFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2. 1NS. AVCTrION BAJL TIEU PAT. oMOJOER 3OI oo 00. mlt , sM 11 s'd , a Mo Aaesti Marl, 570ap ethe, ntrtar..et.; alas, as It .'elsck a H. at P. 1 l ieabl, em Gesiu. set.s, hkrses, males, ete. r Slm adertlrsmes ea third eatr. 3oral antelligenue. Toe Txx ITEMISNT in New Orleans at this mo. neent is intense. A fracas between a white man and a black, if a pistol is fired or a knife thrust made, will bring on trouble. Let us have none of it, fellow-citizens. The only chance Grant has for has election is a riot in New Orleans. It is the best card in his programme. Let us bear patiently the ills we have, not fly to others that we know not of. Seymour will rectify our condi tion. In the meantime let us remain quiet, as long as human nature can endure with honor, and trust to the God of nations and his servants to save no from the aggressions and the atrocities of the scalawags and their unsuspecting dopes. Iol.LINS ('N'T SPr...

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. — 4 August 1868

Ho)rrCoIr -AND) BETAURANTA CO. MOrOLITANW EiTAUWA T 1I ROYAL YTas', <Bertwee Canal ad Cuatoaheas streets,) Leal. Chaplatla......................... repa tee r h All the Deiaties of the eeson are to be found here, e a:s. t !o.co WINES ef all kbld. Parties, Weddings, ate., St, supplied at short notice. Pr,ateL Falooes up stairs. Rooms, eegntlly furnished, to let by the week r month. This Rest1aurnt I. kept open till 12 o'clock r. i. E pASIIA STYLr -PFRENCH RBETAURANr. r1 UNION iTREET, 0 Between It Chrtmes and Crndao'eet smeels. PIHIP iPOL lET. Agent. Price to suit the times. BREAKFAST-Three cboice dishes, with Coffee, ix* DINNER-aomp sad four belt dishee, with Delert ad Ciflee. s.eventy -ve entem. S W tT IP*IEWOS MONROE COUNTY, WEST VIIRINIA. Will be opened for the reception of vidters June U th, and ' as brebtofore will be kept as n ntltetly tro-llsac otet Pe- 0 smo,. r. Inrm the N ,nth will take the Te teenee end VirKgiu Te Resound to Bons's k eten where Seut'ehsL essees wil 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. — 4 August 1868

of tobacco and snuff respectively, and met de nit a at asvr" tudoM ole ,ms., ,. teresfler. After J3n ry 1, 1.99, all lm lgand ine eut tobaeeo sad sel. aad after Jel, 1869, all other mnaufsetured tobaeco is to be deemed S-m .eetred ater theasese of theot, ed will be required to be put up in packages and stamped as required by law. Every dealer tn Sdrmutic or tmported eigars, hivinr more than 6060 aigars on bad, amot ie a sworn Inventory every month until the 1st of April. 1869, after which date all olgs shall be deemed to have been manfactured since the passage of the act, and are required to be stamped accordingly. CoLr.rJA, August 2.-An affray occurred late last night between a number of enolred members of the legislature and a party of wbT , to whieh one of the latter was mortally wodwed ny a pis tol abot through the head. The whites are sad to have been unarmed. No weapone were found on the wounded men. Considerable exoitement es. lsts among the citizens. The parties cbharged wi...

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. — 5 August 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUME XVII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1868. NUMBER 805. THE ORESOENrB DISPATESB, FROM WBAHINGTON. THE CHIEF EXPRES BOBBER. THE IOWA AGRICULTURLL COLLEGE. THI INDIANS QTJUIicT. THE PACIFIC RAILRLOAD. THE KENTUCKY ELECTION Immease Democratic lmajority. SERIOUS ILLNESS OF LETHAD. STEVENS 2IEWE PAPER CHANGE IN NEW YORK. The Internal Revenue Commissionerahip. .envention of Colored Citizens. WAWIINGTON, Aug. 4.-A ('incinnati paper says that the head of one of the robbing gangs at iey nuour, Indiana, the man who Is said to have taken the largest share of the $96 000, etolen from the Adams Express Company, in May, has gone to Europe on a pleasure tour. Senator Welsh of Florida, bhas accepted the presidency of the Iowa Agricultural College, lo. cated in Storey cournty, lowa, and is to enter upon the dlrcharge of the duties pertaining thereto next spring. His term expires in March. The Indian Bureau received a dispatch this >torning from Ellsworth, Kansas, d...

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