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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 29 August 1868

Uie hew rl anfs 6 tsctft' OfFH IAL JCUCNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLF-ANS. I. 5. w1les. Itteer and ree Me.u , OFFICE. Nt. 4 CAMP ' gyE W'.ariy bbcrltptUb e tp ab.ol U 1; Ml etFrly,t; pwr:. v,4 tigle e.ptes, 10 emwt, W -Twe W L, CI3.UscIT 1 "4 .ublshed every Saturdy. 1 .reeete 1A tvrv asty tl o I ;ra rv PA1ITR , º MIIttNNO, AUGUST 29, 1169. Democratic - ational Ticket. FOI PRESIDENT: 1IOE TLA'I c) Y IM O 10 It, iPF FEW YORK. FIR VICE. PRESIDENT: [I AN~I P. IILAIII, OF MISs('rRL Elreters for he 'State as Large : l cIovt.aa,,R K C Wl.'k;.TIPFE. of Wet FYehtan. FAIA ll o.ARlhEfT ofr oschit. ALTaRNArB's: JAMhIF P 'RPirT. of J.Fe e,. JLD Li;i J. N IEA, . Orieas. Di.trlet E ceteor r Fins CoiLreemioni Da tr.i t ..........A SA. M OL4. S1e,1d .. .. ..... . B. B. ADY. birn .. .. ......... A. K. HESR )N. Srt .. ....... . A. DsBLAA%. Ilat .. .. ... .... I D. tOLEMA t A i. TFRNATES: r " ,t ('o.r r**Me ·" : Diettlct ........ T. P. 8HIEP RURNE. ,,ct:.1 . ......... EOi . A. RAC.L r trd ... ... J....

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. — 29 August 1868

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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. — 29 August 1868

thet 0itW 4 ltlls 11tsrtru Iie then OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. TI S.ATURDAt MORNING, AUGUST 29. 186L Low AUCTeI I *As.L I TEIs DAY. A Oa Wy aRT OL a 00. eL. M It *.'deek. S their Ma. K,7 Ia s taeisst, thracetar. ste.  Il o'loek L K. et P. IUsers Sitak, o (Iravel Steat, LU horses, t ale, ate. si SW e ed5rteWmts M third ae. A pal bTATE LE4i4lt.'ATA UIE. ' FIF'IY-ehC OND DAY. dTr FalDAr, August 29, 1868. JO con The Senate was called to order by Lieutenant Ads Governor Donn at noon. Tweany-seven members present. frot Preyer by the rev. Mr. Turner. exe Reading of the minutes dispensed with. t The judiciary committee reported favorably upon as act relative to attachments and ubsettouts for an act exempting parties from giving seoar.ty J in certain injunction aese Co The finance committee reported favorably on poi an act to exempt the Mutual Aid and Benevolent sal life Insurance Association. the The committee on elections presented a ma jority report adversely to Mr. E....

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. — 29 August 1868

MIDEICA L. SeneAnic-Dl DsKOAe . l wtgaosi agg.u weu N -u"ttee ,, crn Ste enIlrs ees Ie msere eL,, : 1.er74 yopeam (.b terr, o. BL vrrha smplate. U I m . -u 1 rls. eu s nd tsd afse. 4hlmulha gevewry day fran - t rt. till 1 F.   st lillslo mm of Orleoland bout. b ,s ,trense. slaume, NXs. 78 r Asset. . J. WILUONT, CRI PUTSICIA AND ADUOUGOUE. Oar sad BeiMeas Ne. 2Basermall, Luem aret me NEW OiLJrAr , Is. oea HNm--Proem Is r l e i . t peilmh: Ioms. D- sad (l* fa w Be TAULB Tat ueIom b -il WtrdM a r a lmi wa" ti  e saerr t a od lad pas a-r i e rieo sa - sema Uo . T.onple. DI`L e ms. hasi mee, Hat, lac. ahat -ides Hlips ab il. IPe Tea o tlmi -o Fnt roal. atO w ' rcs Old1 uinia Pt h YWound, met. te Irs ad .me, e ta eag emia mta e mast ets Labr Pa-..e-ar, ltk an Patle Pme.L e wrsrdua.srae /I Suanpildy. b.'l piaflY sao glare m pan oi 'o Tom' lat ioW a r. . rshed ha h sod a Agte. ordeer--1e. IY eid" Pei , me. Ph JO anD--! IR Tm TIBJU O PT P  AtV l- Agm. " n New ,Orm teans laednt atta...

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. — 29 August 1868

gflile, Brady, O'brea, Pesoon, Poylot sad 'radoe-7. Nay-Mr. Kaiser-1. The following was reoeived sad adopted: To tme Bera.bls Pl.·rent mad Membes of t e seard of Getleme-nrThe finance committee beg leave to report as follows, on the differet subjects re ferred to them: 1. On the petition of the board of directors of the Mammo' and Agricultural Pair Asoeoation of Louli e. prayinag to be exempted from taxi. tion, favorably. No resolution s offered, as the property of thie aciation is exempt from muncipal taxation by act of Leglatare so. proved March 6th. 1I61. The controller will be notified by thise committee to cancel the tax bill of said association. 2. On the commensiotion of the eontroller In. formieng the coucil that he had canceled tax hill of Bersd A Gilbert No. 1319, favorably, and the action of the controller approved. 4. On the resolotion authorioing the mayor and oaense committee to contract for the priating of all blanks. and the supply of stationery in tme dsferest de...

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 August 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUME XVIII. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1868. NUMBER 14. eldrues t .- TiTB Fl IPFInvot AND DaIn!rTrTED A r-wmm. .%uferirs Have Bt Pr'etracted Co -tOU- P1 HIDDEN CAUSES, Sep - .- APP W-OSE CASES REQUIRE PROMPT TREATMENT ý-w- pre uf t hi Ipm ple ieader E<iste.t ee Desitrable. ,,, poii fee Rhi doeglt red. e upU jus gn erul health i| eI a tseelwes k, dste litatd. ead y tired? 'I i a Inae eueornos produoe pelpliation of the hert? I t ,e uer seetr or rimary organs. or r r dneys, fr. I ..tl gel out of order firs Is yer arnle som times thick. milky. e leeky, or Itropy dii eint;e doe a i ie sem rise the to thop;r eris sdli ieuit t the bottom sftrr It hlastoted awhilel De '.ue hive splls of ahort breathng Or dyspepsola tle Lp your breis rnnetipated? D ye have spells of tainttul or rushe of blood to the hed?' 1 yper oeorey Impsalod? la o yoer mind reaetsoty dwelHlg upon this oublect? ti Do yon ftl Ioll. Iltlres mplnig, tred of eupso y of life? t )e you wishb obe ...

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. — 30 August 1868

,ani I; .r 'he side of every housme, too, was i adorned wit" them. Every transparency bore is theaw, evety t,,Dgue repeated them, they seemed a te flash in every torch and wave in every handker- b chief, a d t ei ungenuity exhausted in devising it adornmetta for hem, until the people, in many U inatanres being able to think of no decoration o which could add any lustre to them, contented si thems :res with the simple and grandinscrlption- a jeymour a I B;air. b 1)05own Royal street the procession marched to Elysaln Ft Ide street, thence to the Levee and b then back to ('anal street via Chartree street. a What we hbve already said will fally apply to b this l rrto)n of the route. The same magnificent E i:tnmitation decorated every house. thb same crowd lined every street. asd the same glnione enthusiasm animated every heart. We cannot do 7 justice to it; we here a knowledge that for all the t just idea we cel give of what the appearance t of the route was, we m ght as well at once th...

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. — 30 August 1868

She tw ý*rtas ýreuctnt MNlNDAY MORNINO, AUGUSBT 30, 166. ho B ee Peean b oAve *eeeU .s. iron, a 'I he Mi*LIVlrD AT THE CHIuaSS 3ANQIaqT, BOSTO. Island It ii Bro:hers, whom we may not reach by del Through the veil of atlled speech. Che ' elci,me! welcome! eyes can tell "0 t 0 'haet the laps to vain would spell-- R S, rds tbst hearts can nuderstand, ana i Brothers from the Flowery Laad ! A ri !at' ft We, the evemalg's letest berm. The Hail the chldren of the mornalh We, the new cteaton'a birth, In 1 Greet the lords of setent erthoil cal Fr. ma thbir sto ted walls and towers The H arderi.g to these tents of ours! The Land of wonders, fair Cathay, " e Who long bane shbnned the stattng day, f Bid to inst1, of poets' dreams o Ity thy blue a.d yellow streams- A L t us thy shad,,ed form behoi- Tie0 Teach us as thou aidst of old. tihe c,'owledge dwells with length of days; tht Wisdom walks in ancient ways; F it I"bine the compn.s that could guide itat A nalion o'er the stormy tide anta erour...

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. — 30 August 1868

it tew ýrleaans rstemt. OFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY Of NEW ORLEAN . e. ". ISIXON. ad't.r at rrepriseer. S OPFFICE. Es. 06 l' Pr STEET. TarTely Babsaeriptimo m. nme., $15; half yetl , ; ýartlty, N. 8Sitagle cope, 10 ees s T1U5 WsaKLy Usascaes Is P habef er yadey. satemeUreo $a Inv.aeIaly la ad.mam. 'UNfi'1T MtuHINw)(. AUGURT So, !46. Democratic . atiomal Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: HORA'I YO 1EYM'OUR, OF IEW IORK. 1FO VICB PESBIDENT: FAIAN( Pf. IILAIR, OF MISSOCRL sletera for the eSate at Large: 1 OOVILTRNR R C. Wh'l I.t~E, or Wons Fehciana IbAIAH UARMETT e Oalchita. A I.TERNATES: JAMES P PRERST, of Jeffeoras. JLDGE J N LEA, o: Orlies. Dtastrles Ialetsre tint Cpsgrewsional Dietnrt ..........A- SARAOLA. ISosd .. . ..M. B. BKADr. ilrS .. .. ............A. it HE IR )N. Feart. .. .. ............ A. DaB-l..' '. IUtI .. .. ........... . D. .LOLEMAN A LTERNATES: Fest Coagreeasoual Dairict........T. P. 8IHFSR RNE. LSeed .. ..........IErO a. RA.'i. lord .. ...... ...J. H KKNSARD. uoLth .. .. .....

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. — 30 August 1868

ED IN THB DAILY CREBCENT. "Shdyl. Aý m B 80. BlU ..........JOEPHINI Lww.s--Ian .. A ............AL A--............... IerMry. Arygnm St. B1g. ~staile ... .....AROONA[T Lauk 5 PM led RIer ......... LIZZI TATE, oi.... ...... PM PFat. ar .... NINA |III M M.. Orcautiito ... Y WM1 o Po a... (REOLE.S BR.r--c'amn. .9 ... 11 t|-,a MVAIL 40AT-.'r. V'1 l3P,(IAL N(iYFlTIl:c . 50 '.sIOUO( sllnl be Ld at he ('lota booovs, or.r 1I,.n. . I ok.n. aM Ir1I Al. Aun.tl31.t, salr. a. Memoer, w. ndeson be pnct.a. )y older of to C*amodor' B. P RAREBBIDE. Re.r.etrr. ---sooAee of (IC Am.,. eas I nmewd ,'A. L'HI lt'Ml'pY, "ewtrOi.l..te. Ato i. t19h I'i."F--t'w .s'-lag Mt t'e .a.ro of l 'Irsato , hold tl; l. y 51 th- 'O-. Sf tbet ( mywy Ni. 55 lt t h.tleo ilt, ltb. L :l. "u ,g oSeoer were . ected for bh.ret'. ye.,: Pro,n'ntn--T B N g R N; r.. t'rend oit-- M ZIGULI'R ,.re rrw anrd Tr ,  re-- A 0 KEMPER S-rlnn e.-dent-J'LEo4 BRADY. trtoorey-WM. B KOoINTZ (-- Vtls..m BH.. or L DLRo. aH. w OrJtln, A oguet ...

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. — 30 August 1868

ýht tm eritas Qretmnt. OFFICIAL JINAL OF Till CITY OF kW ORLEANS. cooki rteone SUNDAIT MORNINO, AUG(uIr 30, LaS. tge e it to The [(Frm tshe spi.mbse AslasIe MoUiy.J _II ue d.e. eid les to. W. r aOt am.n Come, dear old co lde. you ad I 'bt a Will steal an hour from days gone by- h The abi' lng days when life was new. And all was bright with morniag dew- an The luoty days of long ago, When you were Bill sad I wauJoe. l, Your name may laant a titled trail, sd t Proud as a cockerel's rainbow trail; that 1 And mine am brief appendix wear of As Tam O'hnatehr's luckless mre; te To-day, old friend, remember still scon That I am Joe and you are Bill. ed o You've won the great world's envied prile, (hc And grand you look Is peole's ey es, (bn With H O N. and L L. D. In big brave letters, fair to ase- can Your fa.t, old fel,,w ! off they go!- past Bow are you, Bill? How are you, Joe? call You've worn the judge's etined robe'; doub You've taoght your name to half the globe; We ~e've suneg man...

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. — 30 August 1868

,AI .UST 0 1Ql9. "..g. by the sea e borted be; and looely reaches * wave ardenead beaches barns, Ized as fate, owed, desotate, unserviced lie company- and staulese sky. * earth well on my brow, tt,r,,b and swell as now; y is.ge arom the son. le's toll and heat are done. then for flesh ti, soothe, tide tmy grave to smooth ; 4 mong tor me are done, spot to winds and sun. traverse of my lot, my kin but Mod them not; o somehow from my race, no Iriend or resuluog place; irk mixture of my blood, arp of eye sod to ,id, holds from me apart eat grace of eye and heart. we me leave to lay aside eart of grief and brow of pride; ve-tie dole of eharity rust-that ,eaves hearts free to fly, hesa for death's sinerity change with great content, the cliff my monument my itsed and icy dress td not by the sea-bird's scream. 'W I tI.y Dct . As ladsa. Bsrtsil. FIO1URAL OF A CR'.rrnR O PRINCIIe. nds mne from the Wisconsin Democrat the g; eath of the Indian princess and daugh'er end Winnebago chief, " Dan...

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. — 30 August 1868

iU ýass wrluran! ýrwr, hel I .ild WFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. C ised BlIIRJAY MORNING, AUGUST SO. tvst. Loo the AWITISm YALa MODA,. men of MAt WARW sits. 'I it &. a, M asswessm 6. emrr St. Charrmnd PePdis, f the WosNtIosiR aSnr a t ). u5s a u A&. . a, s al wit Umwr's eabies O mter a . husem. iemi .et. e es -ra. sU aselmse - **esaS ea. on bSup [OPrItuALl ( COMMON COUNCIL. ( HOARD OP AUSISTART ALDEIMEI . (i EXTRA OEZ S.ION. - CrIr HALL, New ORLANS. I August 2, 1868. ` The board met in extra seestm last evening par scuant to a call of his h nor, the mayor. Present: President Kearny, and Messrs. Rove, in b Walker, Pemberton, Camp, Stureken, Fisher, A Pandely, Wyne, Farrell and Breen. her The following communication from the mayor was reeived: (: FTATI o LovIsITAN, MAYORALTY or New OsL.anes, (1 City Hall, Aug. 28, 1868. To thb msrtay of the Board of Asaista.t Aldermen: A Mar-You will notify the members of the Board (I of Assistant Aldermen that the board will 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. — 1 September 1868

VOUME NEW ORLEANS CRESNUME. I VOI,UME XVIII. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER i, 1868.---TRIPLE SHEET. NUB _ 1 ! /ifs etee X 0e., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS BBITISIIH, FRENCH AND AMEIRICAN fANCYT AD STAPLE Veraer of CommU  ad "Ma.'iln treet", New Orleans. We call the attention of ear patroea md Ihpabllc to our Imat.e. oteuk of FOREIGN NDO DOMESTIC DRY G30D3, oolery. leb-rdeshker and NIeles., Lad we sefasedt er eltait. hcLS IMA.I lr-a, a.* uu" ue.. ,ga.mewa;m . a.wa . To iectotr ad Merrehoe weespecil yr commed our st'ek. mad will bestew the greats, are mad ltanton to el orders I atuastd toes We have, dnring P'rumme'. made everal imp-orements, gad .elarged the vrlous dep tsmoeots, haring onatry dl. d or our etock of Boots. Bn)*e a sd Oll4htug ai reo nw abled to devcoe our eatestiot sole y to DRt GOODS, IN ALL IT4 BRANCHES. OU1 FALL STOCK I. neusually large osrstcg in pert of CLOT US, SATINETS IER;LYS. WOOL FLAWNNLS, DEL tINES, CABSIKIEB, a, K-ENrUCKY JE4NN, PLAINS. CANTON FLANNELS, ALIPAtA...

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. — 1 September 1868

Wht n4th *rlants ýate nt gFF CIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW OqLEANS. .- o. . aItxow. 3dit. and rspebe.or. OllICE. No We Oser IARTF . IatLK J DAiLY i (K2-E0C.NV' 5 piwued EVERT MOREjiU-Megs e.eepsAM rwast swrpbw.a, is advae $s; 1W reseY. SU bLsem e: a t eagls a e tem a..s of Adv.rtstae nn I m me.a mes I as. IS useah -::::: l guess ask.. o fer.... Istd a e Ie m /a ..... ' . - M ml 1 5 17 g .. 1 I "" NO . . , ... , .. I .. I . _ _ _ _.. . . . . e mt " / " " " l I " " /o " " N"5i e a .e m ure . m/ a "e s s.m, s..i -u.-i , " isO o .-i a i" " wMm 5 0 "5tim5e " Iu a " o "" . "" 'as .1 N " " as "" I. 11 " /1 w A/....ý:s:. a5 . .. 15 a... .a : ... .. w457 nive it ssler beverseSers 50s1 5550 451 M N t w-ue re to m swenau t heeo . 1 ar 1 SAe p e .r55 1r 5gera Babesr. Senie pm eer reY, ame ra - mmay b mwi . I5 s ptt ras Th iee.... 1 Sl ~ L ** M * 70 * TU II" Ag psORls. ING FEP R 1. Tels55 s b 10.5e 1o1n ialS in, ts eplMo muimbh a1 a 'of 8 wti ( nbgs mm tc~ isquit meeor ll. LaiingI been de...

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 September 1868

rtE7ilAY MItININGc. E'PrEVR ER 1. IbM. C('e.O1cTIOnrtyr - By a reference to our adver tieirg c,,lunrtes t will be seen that our old friend blr. E. Turpin. eof No. '3 eill, Levee street, is this year no wt', bh )lid in t'e enterprise which has always distlrguished his business career. Mr. Turpin opens the new commerclal year with a factor) or cr lies arid s)rups, already well. known for the excelliene of its productions, to which large aLd iiiportart additions have recent ly been made. Thtu reinf crced, Mr. Turpin is Lound to increa e his a reay large bunlness and with that iicrease of trade most come a greater excellency of his goods. For foll particulars of PMr. Turpl,'n 'r,'ck ee anortfer column. Tne I ALThe.- A'l, .tialn l ' ,IhLuANCe Coct racty, one of the host of our insuranco com pansef in another colirim set forth a statement which will he worth a perusal by the business Ien of our ( ity. From it, it appears that on the to ¶n'h of loat A rll its ao.eta were over a half mil l...

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 September 1868

TUF.FrattY MORNING. SEI'TEMBER 1. ltes. BTATE LEdilhLATURE. FII* '"Y-1(, RTTI DAY. Ieaste. MoNoar, Aug. 31, i,;4q. Tbe Reaa'e was called to order by the presi. dent at 12 el, eck. A lull quorutl, was present. -raeyer by the ihadtaui, Rev. Mr. Turner. Rteadig of the mlnutes dlspen.ed with. PTANDINO COaMMIrTaa. Mr. Ray, froir the committee on itdiciary, re porttd tavl'rahly with anliendrment, upon an act rela'Ive to district a'ttrners. The c('n.Ii'ttee on reeit-ra,ion. on the part o' ther bmate. repiorted that they had prepared a bill to is Vh,hn.lt'o a to! the cornlnllttee on the part of tie H. '.e. which had not yet been appoin'ed. A ,onn I.nlc.ation fr(m the city authorltiea was received, stalrng that the police ware in a dread ful state of destiution and asking that somelhlng be done to alleviate the suflerings of themelves and fanlihes. (in nmoi, n of Mr. lay, the mnemorial was re ferale to ;Le liti,eL cou.tilttee. A miemorISl rm the Male ind Female Harrao. nmil ietevuolent Ass...

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 September 1868

ýht wm @rltans t ntMr - pre TUIV41AY MOHNINGO, pEPrE IBER 1. 19l. i - tthe mandal s IlteaLtehe. dec DOt Mnoro LA , AIr. -* -An immense and en- No thulieatic gathering of the white and colored I)- INr .nlo rTay t. olue -tl a is ud the adjytnoing piacltie trel was he'd here to da:'. Two thousand persons were present. hi (;en. (;ray and Judge Egan, of ('laiborne, made rle and eli.quent speebhes. Smi:h. (oolored,) of Nerw Orleans and .stariion, (colored ) made etlect iv alppeals to the cuIored people. A grand torch alist prese.on totk Ilace to- ight. Immense to s enthurleSm prevailed, thei houses were illuminated, end the t row- ctherinin for Reym our anl Blair. larvrv Br Iehain of Mo ehouee, and Etgle, i :, p orled it rhrevep,.rt, were the speakers. Great Ti. Cnthuatcti elistlt cmnfli the colored pe ,pIe, an -t large numbers are bolting from the Itadis a-lI a jcitnrg the Iemorat. wit Col. -i.iee lTin-le, collector of internal re. venue, was among the turemost in getting up this gr,...

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 September 1868

the Iem Orlsans desent. OFF, IAt JfPURNAI Of THE CITY OF NEW qiRLEANS. ". O. NIXOe, Edter ead Proprese"r. OFlICE, Me. 94 CAMP ETUrE. 'rearly uabsrtpttna la tdvernes, . baif yarty, $8; paes, N4 MinIIeo epl.. e alta TuTra WKNELY CLaCvmit is pub:Las ww7 latad, . haroe.t " tnv"a e$ y nla dMa. TtE-DAY K6RNINO, EPFEMBER 1, i$8N. -- -1 Democratic ' ational Ticket. FOR PREIIDENT: IOIOA'I'IO CYnMOU R, , ur ,EW YORK. FOR VICB PREIIDENT: FirtANIK I'. BLAIR, OF MIS)BOURL Electnr' for thl state at Lar[tr : IX AOOTrELNR a C WILIPFFE, of Wet Fe.iea& t IEAiA II (ARETT of Oachbta.f ALTERNATES: d JAMES P FRERTi, o .lefferson. Ii JDOE J N LEA, o Orleat. d Distrlrt E'eeteres d Pint ('e3lreacnt l Di.tr.t ..... A. SAM tso,&. ed 4 ..... M 5 KADY ,ra .. . . .... .... A. t. IH El t )N. Ps Itk . rA Dib RL(.& ' , ...... ............ 5. D. LUOLMAN A LTERNATEA . t] Phit Colgreeeional Dtrict ......... T. P. SHE URS. ti Pend ... .......... (EO w RA .'E. Ttrd .. .. .... J H KE~NNAD I] IFe th .. ...

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. — 1 September 1868

ttanmers 4raing Fort So-9au. __ ,.,,_.- -.. hi ADVERTIBED IN THE DAILY CBBCENT. Toeoes/. epbeeber 10 11&. . ril e ... R. R(O)'ATT, I..tsk ........ i PM cd River ........ Fi KNIS Whilte .........5 pM 2.d irer. .. CIlBA No i. Wilkistosn ..........5 PM T sd Ricer ... i. IZ~lB TATE. tr.ceas .......... PM ed ier..rr . RHIGHT WAY. ilo.el . 1.....PY el P ,eke·rr . (lV. ALI.KR.Oeea O ........5 PM rant h I- AUt IP. Rea is .. .......BfY M 4 aaerisg Pls .. . LA MA, W alker-.u ........ AM ::ooi, r Alf. J()AAT-t ..... .. .. . ri wP;'IAAL L YTICEb. --_ IF of th11 AIIP 0pe mlI p. s h rS - I. 4H3 i (i fPAhf. sec OrIleral. A.o. t Ith. I1611 --At DIs1nl Ie ROa, o of I 1,ican, held thi ly st o thel loe pf m .* , iflr a 4 of % r hfit stree the loll ,w wi erei s wre rmeted hor he e nrt t yra. : Vice Pree'd. n'-' KM Zh IwUIFR. fecr a•,y aod Tlrealre.- i A. D KEMP eR su rln .·redent--.t'LLR r BRADY. ,, r.e- de-Wle H KyOI)NTZ a-- 'llae--e' Borne of !Ierle"a.. Meow Orlecee A luft 3. 1'4. A a metln of...

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