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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 8 August 1868

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST R, I1N. AUWQTIOW AMLnM TUEJS DAW. OITOOMERTY rO~ a 00oo. sell, at i1 *deek, at tearm Amaest Mars, 7 oam u srest, sratteure tc; alas, at t11 'elee a . at P. aser's Stable, eo Gravie steest, herates, ma see. Sflee aývtt.uomets e third pase. COMMON COUNCIL. 1OAIt OF ALDERMEN. EXTRA 8Fs I1ON. C'ITY HALL. NEW ORLaE ANS, August 6, 1"69. The board met this day pursuant to call of the mayor. Present: Mossrs. Bognille, Brady, O'Brien, Pee. son and Shields-5. On motion Mr. Shields took the chair. The following message of the mayor was read and received: MAYORALTY OF Now OxRLUns, ) City Hall. August 6, 151;'. 'o the Tlon the Board of Aldermen : G'erflemen-You are convened in extra session for the transaction of such special business as may come before you. The five members of the Board of Asssatant Aldermen who, agreeably to the pro. visions of the city charter, signed a request to call the Consa Coun(Iicil together. will ap...

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. — 8 August 1868

NEW ORLIKANS CRESCENT. Tua aw -Y as S .. C nt .. o. Iso, mnoa waD 13ofLPP o.N oa mrmmln of ae" .Ipd ..t LW, udm I Law emr of ew onemi, mae eel uLdmaa ear r mlwt, wll k the fete, as It has beom a the vp mlat whae tho wd .us to as i( ed. Wha thelleedpet.e the OlmaG T  i t hum edmea mea w elme to fr W the ,bwteet of in-w em--s I m p s lbn, tes plaue wI alwua. hes held te to , Almeelel md d rlsm l Wl L I" e FO SeA empe.deats, fee. ea Eu o r01e Dl. Shs  Maeet pe oNOK0ENT, 1 l)mpaI low" B ing uept m em I the peOple ./ ti ..s ls I mNm thept form m the lest llereellug and vwmua m We bees. ef hb wild4ll eenm A lerge howe aO e I fIor 0" e am em sg up to leh bue hal meelmy Mus a. r sessgee In as sedeew. peeps. PO ae., ad asmeime-t e New. eel . th. Reellas Malle. Sis elalmed that the OMEwOs"T to me e trumer an ler deai rmiuat t the Uul 0eLd te. Thei a t imerWl31 sad M.ems.vr Revtews. ss 1 heI WIe emt rOma tthe w5e9t11 Ml jeul ams s " wab w' hleb huseteat em inewspaper My ei s pee te.e......

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. — 8 August 1868

quotatitns of the market, via: SBeere N 600 8 76.d ouble eatr s89 26. treble extra $ 6e 110 76, sad chtse n our $12014 l )bl. Comm-The demead bes cosunrai gd through. out the week, nd with only a moderate supply operations have been restricted. s the offerings were too limited in qusatity to most the vie we of heavy buyers. The receipts have been very light and geoeral ompoed of better kids of cnra. Prices Lave been uniform, and show little varia &ios from these at the oloe of the previous week. The reseepts were 11 75 sacks. Sales 1 00o eacks. Exports sum up 546 nokr, of which 1570 were for Florida, 3000 for Havana. 400 for Texas and 516 raks for St. Pierre. We quote mixed corn 90c.; yellow do. 96c.; white mixed 97)101, and white oors $1 001 06 buhel. OArs-Were in very ittle demand during the first part of the week. bet a better feeliag sprang up a the stock became reduced, sad rates have advaaoed materially during the last two days. The market closes without any oleriage upo...

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. — 9 August 1868

UT E NEW ORLEAI CRESCENT. VOLUME XVII. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1868. NUMBER 809. - - ---___ .. .. .. I THE OBEOENT'"B D18PATOHE8. FROM WABSHINGTON. (el. Deafe with the Secretary of War. DISORDERS TO BE REPRESSED. Action Proposed by Grant Relative to Prisoners in the South. THE NEW YORK HERALD ON LOUISIANA AFFA RS, C. F. ADAMrB DECLINES TO SPEAK FOR THE RADICALS. FINANCIAL, 'AND PEIRSONAL. TIlE XIV AMfNDMiNT tIJulntIi A VUlt UIi THE PLOPLE FOR PRESIDENT, What Col. Deane Says About Louisiana YAsItGTro.S . Aug. R.-Col. Deans had an in terview this mortirg with Gen. Schofield, and will have a definite answer regarding his mission on Mondav. It is understood that while the government con pip'ers the situation one of delicacy and required great discretion, it will use its powers under the Coetitution and the laws to repress disorders with promiptnes and vigor. Grant's recommendation for a general jail de livery in the Southern States, heretofore tele graphed, was frnmally presented to t...

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. — 9 August 1868

" t 942 @r14an q4sent IFFICIAL )0URNAL OF TIHE CITY OF NEW ORLEA(,. - - --- -.-.-- --. o. O. niae adhtter sad rs eorte.r. ortIc . SO. ao6 CAMP rgET. kHIE DAILY ORMaiO.~Ic Is pussMd ViRT O3rDWIS.-Med.rs easptd. wtarty smhtWpdla, tn alaes, sIlt Il semat, g: sWr d. est Id easa, ISesa .. stag.es af £ "esan a Agra I awash a sats a etnse. / esaths Ii rsathe u bm.. . UMswh hme. "N "s e .... N " " ales. :. SI:: 8/ 'p . I T . 1 /Less. w" 1" 4 dbuth andigearn ompag tam.tm5 adgaml Mast, tah Itat isas o 1 ri lea arl sal Ne mnew -, . a ag 114s.tma. 1a~ . s se .r so. a bes ge sm -ap  pe~ms , t/s as soit 80 ae a " 1e em Iw$ » uinsý ,10 Alla mdvwtblsss of ed tarM larmogta shalplog13 lwe Wc .. I o " I N 1N.o"' a . Itee rlal gemreeelsats, *t a ortedo ailly suer tesa, t o gite 13 .w1 l te saboved ls e asn carss Meodl "li - -- , ,,,--, .. ........ Asala. t sdsmlIgm;S mast as lp. tot m miss sm wlU o mbtloda adg m e m o dgly, &flbfll0 wtth regim odvertser shall ho resdoere mooatil. OsNr ar . tn...

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. — 9 August 1868

IFFI;IAL iOURNAL OF 'HE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, 4. es. lIX*, iaentr i"n rvwer s o"'.ca&. So. CAMr rasBTNI ITrt assrtphUes, to sevn, s1; bt 7sr, 85; nrt a A ,. sYtlee copes, 10 eml t '(-Tas WaLat Consaoa Is pabUliksd eve7 aearday. aer otn $3I5 In.larly to abamesL BPN)ATY MORNIiO, AUGUST ., 188I.' National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: EOIRATIO 4cE'YMOUR, OF NAW TOILS FOR VICE PRESIDENT: 'RANK P. BLAIR, OF MXIS5JURI, eleeters oer the sateM as Large: "j.40 ERIOR IL O. WICELIFFi, of West Fellcinao IMAIAH eARIrTT. of Osecbit. ALTERNATES: JAMES P. FKERET, ofr J.ffe.ea. JSDen J. N. LEA, of OrieenL Distrlet Eleeteors ltMu Cosgriaslal District..... .. ....A. AMROLL. Sa 4 .. .. ........... . B. BRADY. Third .. .. ....... ... A. . 8. HERRON. t .............L DsBLANC. t .........N. D. COLEMAN ALTERNATES: Mst Ota. ssteal Distrct.......... T P. IHERBUIRNE. ees d .. .. ........ i O W RE t'E. Th d .. .. ........ J H. KENNARD. Fe .rt .. .. ..... ....E N P '5L L& M . M IS ,T·· i Hi. SRI, ...

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. — 9 August 1868

She aem *rttan% resce t. BUNDIAY MORNING, AUGUSf T I) e18I. Dlvram Oempassem. I et rip BY JOHN cI. wrH tIlna. the ablh T Long since a dream of Heaven I had, hoc And still the vision haunte me oft; tal I see the saints in white robes clad, and The mnartyrs with their palms aloft, bo.i But heating still in middle song, pre T;e , easeless di.sonnice of wrong; mo; And shrlniking, with hid faces, from the strain wet Of cad, beseeching eyes, fullof remorse and pals. and WaS The glad song falters to a wall, ilul 'Fie harping sioks to I.w lament; of st lure the still unliftred ved. ley I see the crowned oreheads bent, lat Aeking more sweet the heavenly air Inti With breathings of unselidah prayer; r,er And a voice ailh : " O, pity which is pain, tr:; O, Lose that weeps, ill up my sufferings which her remain '" Io Shall souls redeemed by me refuse To chare ny Morri-, in their turn? arti Or, sinl forgiven, my gift abase t e Of peace with selfish unconcern? of. Ilae saintly ease no pitying c...

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. — 9 August 1868

pteamers eiaus1 Irt 5 -gage. A ADVfYUTIED IN TH DAILY 1ORI0EM . S ,Iosis. Atoma 0. iL N. T a ee . . . . . . J ( E P HII I I L· w t a - "Cua . . . . 7 ' A S d en oou ... ........... LL lt--Oe ...... ...... de Weedpu . Awa 10. 10e i waterlg Flaces...LIAUA, Waer- ......... AM Waarte P.ae.....CRUUOL. B.ker--. e.... ý. 9 AN R , .on. MAIL. 6 &L R()AT-- &r...... ... 2 cm PO LIT' 'A L. I * C --H- Heqm eps POeell Quardo. mo. so Pt. Chart. sree".-Thab 1 toa sp. at Mesi g ot this fla t B 'PDAT. Aegue 10 I150. 7% e forte par- - brr on THU'IIRoAY r n$It r~te Everym mrer os-. irg to bet .e of the "'osLl Giard." ieespertd to be preeat orary members are specially ed t attd order t L BaLr.E, President. I TALOR [Ae r. ewcrrtar, W9 -- Me)t er 1 .. hrteos-The A .se ..th oaitreraye r' eesl.lrl e' to rasod a spec &I meotinge st8 "l"o kb as MINDAY, r'e Ith asHt. at H thOir Lead0 urtera merg nd II natese wll be trantc ed I P tBy order of the rl e dant, . K. McErrtu, 8ootr. S --'s e or -ksh ...

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. — 9 August 1868

5tt 5Wag Writaua tsram. f.eC C OFFICIAtL JONAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. gr up BUNDAY MORMING, AUGUST 9, l. ter AUlCTI oi 5ALIM MOIDAT. tat Jon uo 'w o non a RL on0. Iwl M ran. CIOA T NAltSH silt. at 11 O'alet A. a., Miat salrm I rene Si. bLhartn asd Perdid, I.fsarar aid o 5a sdvremats m secnd se. I STATE LEGISLATURE. pI act TIIRTT'-FIFTH DAY. for Sensae. BAT*r Dar, August ', 1868. inl The Senate met at noon. lid Lieutenant G vernor Dunn in the chair. ele A toll q orum p.resent. Prayer by Chaplain Turner. cut On motion of Mr. Coupland, the reading of the ant minutes was dispensed with. FTADINO CONrrTTIaS. Various committees reported progress. rig By Mr. Blackman a resolution appointing a joint committee to inquire into the number of ensplo)yis of the General Assembly and whether there s not an excess of such employee. Mr. Blackman called the attention of the presi- til dent to the depleted condition of the treasury and Int to the fact that the number of employes exceeded int 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. — 9 August 1868

OFiC0t J 1WIAL OF TH CITY IF MW O8LEANMI. J SUNIDAY MOBNING, AUGUST 9, I8. Our neat Frsda. The authorship of the followlng beautiful hymn of trust is unknown. It was found treasured up in as humble cottage in England: In the mid silence of the votceless night, When, chesed by airy dreams, the slumbers flee, H hom, in the darkness. doth my spirit seek. O God, but thee? And if there he a weight upon my breast Bosae vague impression of the day foregene, bcarce knowing what it is, I fy to thee And lay it down. o(r if it be the heaviest that comes. In token of an icipated ill, My bosom takes no heed of what it is, Since 'tie thy will. For 0 ! in spite of past and present care, (or any thing besides, how joyfully Passes that almost solitary hour, My God, with thee! lore tranquil than the stillness of the night, Ill re peaceful than the stillness of that hour, More blest than anything, my bosom Lies Beneath thy power. For what is there on earth that I desire, ,it all that it can give or t...

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. — 9 August 1868

ght ato Orlyas lrlimnt. bIUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, Liss. rnadir Seag. irrm Putam rm Angest All by the aides of the wide will river uorging sad through the soddtn land, There be the black reeds washing together Washtng together in rais and mnd; Going, blowing, owing together Rough ar the winds, and the tide runs high Hush little babe in thy lilken cradle Lll lull, lull loll, lull lullaby! Father is riding home, little haby, Rading home through the wind and rain; Plinty boofs on the flag stems beating Thrum like a flal on the golden grain. All in the wild, wet reeds of the lowlands. Dashed and splashed with the freezing foam - There he the blood-red wings of the starlings hblring to light him and lead him home. F Bpurring hard o'er the grss-gray ridges blacking rein in the low, wet land, Where be the black reeds washing together Washuog together in rain and sand. Down oft the ye low-throated creeper Plumes of the woodoock, green aad black Boughs of salix, and combs of honey These be ...

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. — 11 August 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CR,ESCENT. VOLUME XVII. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, ,1868. NUMIER 310 r" ___I___.... N B 310 THE OBEBOENT'a DISP4TOHES. FROM WAsH I NGTON. I'EILSONAI, AND FINANCIAL. Chief Justice Chase qp the XIV Amend. ment and the Kevenue Laws. ROLLINS TO REuUME HIS DUTIES. IN$IRUCTI:NS FROM THE WAR DEPARTMENT TO GtN, BUCHANAN, WAPIIlsGTO.s, Aug. 10.-Mrs. Trumbull is re. :Covering. Stevens is convalescing. Austrian lionliter Watts is daily expected to receive his instructiins. The president will not leave for his proposed trip until the reveLrie ioratmiasionershtu is settled. Internal revenue receipts to day $.ol,000). Chief Justice c'ha.- ciargtug the United states grand jury of West Viriiain, said In etct: In order to upprees the rebhellion it was necessary to create a large public debt, and that the debt must be paid for under the 14oh amendment to f the (Conststation of the United States, the nation was pledged to It. This amendment he reoug. tased as valid, and therefore cha...

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. — 11 August 1868

Rht *8W Britans 4pctEnt. OFF.AL JOURNAL OF THE CITdOjF NEW ORLEANS. . 0. NlIXON, Edlter and Prep.leter. OFrICE, Me. 94 CAMP STREET. STarly MSubset!os., t eod'van, i; alf y.iy, $8; I gm(arMty, St rankle copies, 0 contt aT nt WaiLT O Clan pIs Puehei ovoryu 8aturdy. LIaShr*r.M n SS frarmr in %dsoera ['fIIA.I'AY MORNING. A(I(;'-ir 11. I[W. - .- . .. . . . ..- - - - Natienal Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: I OORA'TIO p0 EY 'MOUIt, OF W-w ro.LL POR TI(O2 PRESIDENT: FRANK P. 15LAIRt, OF M1ISOURI. steeters fbr the State at Large: -rG.OVRNOR P C. WICILIF I. cf wst Fiiieiana ISAIAI OARIETT. of Ouachita ALTERNATA S: JAMES P. FKRERET, of Jefr*nun. JUDOE J. N. LEA, of Ori~n.. listriet Elleltes Pla feagresrwelsa District....... ....A. AMBYOLA. m nd .. .. ............ . M. . BtRAi Y. YT ird .. .. .. ... . A. S HE1 RR-fI. Prort .. .............. DsBLANI. fth . .. ............ N. D. GuLEMAN ALTERNATES: frsmt Conroaon e District.......... . P PHI RR'RNB. eond .. .......... (O...... W R IE....

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. — 11 August 1868

jteamers ateacing port l -g 'g. Ad ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CRGLENT. T'reeea. Aug"e" 11.; Is . <thLerT (()VO AW.Re, (I'emons ........ PM Watennf Plae....LAUIA IlerI-Jars ............ A M5 Po 1 AIL ,SOAT--d:i ..... .. 2 Ph PO ItI ICA I,. e- -- Mm De**raste. state teearel C - e A ouist I k. 1t.0 -there hI e i meetlinr "fL t e,, r'.v tdommitta. f t e LDe)rc-rtlr Party "n TUEAID AY FS NIIO. the Ilbh ilst. at i~ la ltck. rt tritr rooms t n 32`16a' 'n street. IetoCt fttm dd ae r ulii,*tid . J RNtf A°T .rr.r.ln ro .m. A--A at alliOe ! 4 * r. eai .,uI e. "('i.iui Amid, aad dmeemtlt, flt si-is o wei huell nT;l4 hIVE iltii, iltb hi t , at : t I clhack ,at ,dlet L. f y lr.i, At Pntl ta.l at'*nd t Iv req terr.,l P.ront flieudly tou t trure ad rwlablt ) Is, are rpst'll o Tnvil'd R.a. HI.NDEeNtu. ',.-eiudot protein. -- tm i llay ' aillsy - MN tre -Te fe Si.-rs nd moeher. .f the DrAe)m n'. I).m.erm.c (I n. w I bh d thei e1r ntar sint tthit TUIIDAY EVENIa0l| st tie Waba.h W·arhoin in *re tt...

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. — 11 August 1868

OFFICIAL JOUPNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUSt 11, 1WI. ATLOTIOm SALUa TIIS DAT. O. DR RRIE slsL. at 12 o'dclk a , at the Merehants' ead Auitloser IS Labchnr.e, read .etast. mvoertulassR sitO (oo. soi, at 11 eeloe, at their Auetem MWart, 7 Cams astreet, rniture, re.: also, at II *'cleck A. at P. I.Amr's atable, es 4resr stryss herss, males, ete. s tee an..rrtauMnat .e thtrd seas. OF' ICiAL. [No. 9;;--N. 8.] Ri, ur,lr. That the sale of the right of way for a rairosad in Vil'r:, Domaine, Marais and other streets, sMch was adjudicated on the 15th May, I -. to the ('rleans Itallroad C ,mpany, with D. B. Mararty, Ge,. W. Ilynson. B. Sala.y and L. E. 1.e n arie, as securities, be and the same is hereby aptroved. I.. :,4td frrlh.er, That the mayor be and be is hereby authorized to enter into ocntract before the city notary, in behalf of the city of New Or leans, with the (trleans Rtlrnad ('ompany as prin cipals, sndT). B. Macarty, Geo. W. Hynason, B. bably and L....

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. — 11 August 1868

I. 0. 0. P. SO. ............. . **...........L 0. . F. *ramd Leds or L...tetM... THE E. W. ORAND LODGE OP LOUSIANA, L O. O. . omeets mmsy ma w aTu~ese to smary and hay. t MNew Orteas. Oers for the presmts year 186-E N. ephoef NMo.g, M W.G Oa altr J F. Ht, of No. 39 a W. D. Grand Mu te: N H. Fairchild, of Na 12, R. W Grad Wamrde; Jeesh PFger of No. i R. W. Orned Sece bry; F W. Deedm.t,41 MO*. 4, R W. Gmd Toraserr; lathLr Hees, of No. I, sad J a. Dunlop, of o. 13, R. W. *. Rerenutausve U. L U. 8 ;Rev 0. L N , of No. f . w. Grad Chtplala; Johb B. Hem of No 6, W. Grand Marshal; A. Mesarea. of No. 40, W. Grand Ooadocor; J Reaier, no W. 10. Grand Guardles; P.O. J. . LltdUQoha, ete. x W. Grand Herald Dupur Disrator (uoe MuJrl -P. 0. John P Barnett, of No. 17, District No. 2; P. U. A J Vendegriff, of MN. 9, eetrdes N, 6; P.OG& T Grsoemro. of NL DNres No. 6; P. S. P. clerks, o o M , Dstect N. 6; P a. . haey, of No 7, DlgtrIt Ne. 7; P G. Jeaeb rlaer.ef e*. K Distect Nl 11; P. 0. H. Ha...

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. — 11 August 1868

ameulzmeit, was passed finally. The Senate thea went into exeeutive assies sad adjouared. Reose of epmOlSrtWvO. 'The Hoose met at noon. Speaker Lowell in the chair, and sixty four members present. Prayer by CGaplaie Keagetoe. tOn motion, the reading of the minutes of Sat crday'a proceedings was dispensed with. asPoYRT OF BTANDINe COMMITTSIE. None. RETPOhT OF SnLWCT conrMITTES. None. BILLS ON TEau FIRST RIADIWO. By DeGrange, of Orleans-A 11ll incorporating the Savings and Pawners' Bank of Orleans. Read twice and referred to committee on oorporations. By Gartakamp, of Jeffereso - A bill authorizing pr.vate markets in every parieh in the Site ex cept Orleans, under public lioense. Bead and placed on the calendar. The committee on ways aed meaen reported a bill relative to coroners, their pay, duties. etc. SBad once, 150 copies ordered printed, and placed on the caleodar. By Carr, of Orleans, under a suspension of the rules-A bill fixing the compensation of the re corder of mortgages of...

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. — 11 August 1868

ameilments, was passed fially. The Senate thea went into executive sessles and adjoaraed. omnes of uepremesam ves. The Bones met at sooe. Speaker Ibowell in the chair, and sixty four members pesent. Prayer by Chaplaie Kget'e. On motion, the reading of the muootes of Sat orday's proceedings was dispensed with. REPORTS OF BTANDINU COMMITTSs4. None. REPORT OF B1L3CT CorMITTzas. None. BILLS ON Tvvis FIRST UWADINO. By DeGrange, of Orleans-A 111l nooorporating the Savings and Pawalrs' Bank of Orleans. Read twice and referred to oommitta on oorporatlons. By Gartakamp, of Jeffereea - A bill authorising pr.vate markets in every parish in the Sets, ex cept Orlenas, under publio license. Bead and peaced on the calendar. The committee on ways sad mens8 reported a bill relative to coroners, their pay, duties, etc. HR ad once, 150 copiesordered printed, and placed on the calendar. By Carr, of Orleans, under a suspension of the rules-A bill fixing the compensation of the re corder of mortcages of...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
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