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

ýht dRlt n,&rm, &,rurltt. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. FRIDAY MORNING. REPTEMBER 4. 1848. A CTIOta AL-s TaUI PAT. IOrTGORYlT M305. a 00. m as 11 a. , 5a Pali Iaer's stble Omrelw rsetm. bhmLs. mi.es, ete. Or AL? T. iH saitu. as II .s A. M, at asmeroom aerie f Chares and Pd id. tarsituMta Sit.. a·drwtesmse . tshird pag. (OfFICUALl COMMON COUNCIL. BOARD Olr ALDERIMEN. XzOUL&A 8ESSION. ('Irr HALL, New ORLIA5s5, I September , 1868. j The board met pursuant to adjournment. Prseont-President Markey and Messrs. Brady, Kamer, Peasos and Prado-6. The minute. were read and approved. f The petition of G. J. Freret and J. Brawn for compensation in the matter of the Water Works was referred to the finance committee. The following resolution offered by Mr. Poynot : Wasaeis. The term for which the city physi cians elected by the Common Cunoold on the 30th June, lh69, has not been specified ; and Wsasaaa, It is customary to proceed to said elections every two years and i...

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 September 1868

,* ., 4.o. r. l * 0 ,r!.......... L. o, .. ... . , Z, ed EMs, . aet Leam,,.. YTE R. W. GRAND LOOE OP LOUISIANA. L 0. O P. Ma.oen mha.muaey feb fuewb Tuerdy I Janmary ad July. I Ne oartum.  ir u llpel rma r- . eehet ome. t.M Gm Kmnew; 'J F. la. oINe . K W. D. OGru M L. H. Pearebld, of Ne 12. L W arw Wardm; J Py.. of No. L 3. W. ,Gsd sou. jy; F W. . W f o. 0, W -Gred Trmeer, Ime. Name o' hW. U sad J. . Dmnlp. ae k 11, 3. w. G. RepomeemSDae L UO . Ra w. .L Mo, et Ne. 1, W. grand Cbhain; Jobs b. Ne*. Mo . i. Grad Marshal; A. Mhaurean. . N. 4. . Gread Odar.oer; J. Rlw, of e.la U Grad Guardis; PO. . J. . Rteane.o i,. I W. Greid earld. Domrr Dnearlcy OG us MHsTans-P . Jem P SarneS e No. 17, Dltrlro No. 2:. . .A J. Tadgrl et MI. 9 District Pw. P.. T. Orreamors, of Ne. * S DMr0 Ie. I; P. a P Otare. M. M. Dwiarts Me is P. L a. mary. o MW. 7. DIetrte N 7. TP . Jes" Reaher.r.fr oe. i Dries No II; P. O. Huaalm.,er .t N . Dib. Mes W. I3; P. . W. G tS.Os a. 3. I memtes L Pra-eme Oomnsrm -A.oe o...

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 September 1868

__v _.. J- J ... JL- _ - PRIDY T$I , S3PT1MS 4, 36. OFFICIAL. MAYOALTr or New O aruLs, C ty Hall, 8e tember 2, 1t86. [No. 1003--. .] Beaolved, That the djudieatioe of the ooe troler to F. Wrints, on the 24 of Ootober, 1I67. for the right of way for a rairoead on Esplanaite and other slreete, with the sames of Jaoksee Maseon and Biscoe & Simem as senrities, be and the same is hereby apprvsved. tResolved further, That the mayor be and he is hereby authorized to eater into contract, before the city notary. in behalf of the eity of New Or leans, with F. Wints as principal and Jackson and Maseos sad ticoUe A& lmms as secarities, for the right of way for a railroad on Espisuade sad * other street.. for twenty years, at the rate of one and one-Third cent pea passeager, and agreeably to specldition of the city surveyor. (Signed) ALraI o KeaINYr, President Buird Asssltant Aldermen. (Signed) Thomas Masatr. Presidet Board Aldermen. Is lore by vlrtue of law. JoUn W. OVaa.LL. Seeret...

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 September 1868

|THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. TOILUME XVIII. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1866. NUMBER 19. ERVOU8 AND InDETIX.ITATED -wseesa .derags Bave Deem 'Ptracted HIDI)EN CAUSES, WIDE CAES REQUIRE PROMPT TREATMENT Hemdera Existence Deesrable. s pyM se a tli hoe Savlttors tshsges what off r Ieeeted ce apes your gEeesrl belth T D. ea teeleest. db Hltated, easily tiredi beme a nee emtrtlem predne olplItets of tehe art 9 Pesnr or tir, w ueriary ergmta.  our kidneys, he' toetlty lltut eof der? IF youn wie eom tlms. thles. iby. r N e or i It ropy O, settlirp; or doe a thi sonms te to the top; or I a sedi er I st thbettto atr it bas stood awhile ? r. pou hae spells tf short breathing f dympepesi? Are peer beel eon.slpated? 'r yep have spells of fainting o raehes f blood to the hed? J, yper meuory impaired I Ip yrnr ited esotaont(y dwellitag o, this smeset? 31 y ,, teol doll.stle5n moping, tired ofreOmpoy eflife! Do 5you wlh to be left elon, o gett a.ar hon everybody? ew wr y little thing make e star...

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. — 5 September 1868

a+ gPt am Orleians Catu. UFFICAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW OBLEANS. *. 0. NXIOe. 36,e* ..d l p rseeer. OFFICS, No. CAMP ruasE. IYmret RAtbeersas so ad.eana. 51; af peNtr, 9; iensy, ' . atmslsaco, Is mema ~aSTa WnELY Caseads. M abilsbeS esey SA.ntq. sae 'a trs( 7 tI. hsves BfTUBpisT MORNING, SEPTEMBBR 5. t1sg. Democratic ' ational Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: HORATIrlO WYMOUR, OF EW TYORK. IPR VTIOB pRESIDENT FRANIC P. BLAIR. OF MISOURI.L ieSeere or tbo sle. o Les Ie e s gz-OOYINOMas 5. O. WCrKLIVB, of West F.llciam& SAIAHl GARBTT, of Oachita. ALTERN ATE: JAMES P FRIRT, of Jeffer,"m. JUDGE J. N LEA, oOrl.ess. Distroet sleeters a Fist oeasr.emiatal Dnet .......A. RAMOLA. S........ . ... . B B DY. Thir .. ..A.......... . HERR)N. Fewrr .. ..... . A. DuRLASO. PFok .. ... ... ...... D. t O BIRMAN ALTERNATES: PastI Ongrmlotol Di.trict ......... P. SHEEBURNE. Isaed .. .......... GEO. W. RACE. Third .. .. ........J H KNNARD. Fret .. .......... . X. oULLTM. h iW. F. Br.%Mtl4aAN. F t ý 1.. ....

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. — 5 September 1868

Lttnmers ntatng Fort 5-ea. SAD .YTD I AILTD W igMnNT. New York ... ctR B. Nte ...... .........S PM TIxas ....... .........CREL ENT. mrwa.......... . AJI Teu.. I. , ARJIR. Lockalod .... A Fl-rIds Pns .LAVA .'A. Uinata... ........ AM Rdver .........A l. WAOUL . Dwy .... 5 I'M Re Rtver ......... RO8P Prl[Jk)l Whit5... ....5 rP PM4tUl ............. Wi WAUONtlL, Rerdsm.. PM Vicburg... ..... O]. QVPA. tbee.......% PV WViersn Plana .... LAURA. alte-r-O ..........12 M Wsserm . Ps.m ...CEOL 3ekr-Cer ........... 2 p *read slde..... . S... lao ...... .8 AM rn s... ......... MAIL AT s.............. PM SPECIAL N!TIECICb ----4'bmbm . of C.a.mm.or. Wow Orleo0 . Mh epb: lsr. 19( --pctr.l u-etl. of the t:rnhe t1i to .t 1 H IK LAY rr l ***o k, (o e> at its R ot, on t oue strte Punatual tedance areqired 1y ordie of the preide, t ARTHUR (. WATI' . RNe arudTrau. - -O U e ".of i. Ok rad S-reea. e. U. W. (rned .uge ) 0. 0 P. elo of Uluaa. Neo (hOr irate, Sept 5, I 6 -A p. ial eommunuicati of the ...

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. — 5 September 1868

OFFICIAL JOUMIAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, SATURDAY IORlIIN, SEPrEMBER 3, 18t8. ArpUTOls ALMs TU DArAT. EoDTY0SUBT al0 a 00. nse, a i1 e'deset, M ase um.5 U. % P Osep I tana, ftevskeaMe.; als. at 11E .oee . at P. Iar's nUabre, e mvI s.n, ba rer, ma, .5.. MTH C.OsABLE .els. illt e'do A. IL, 181 Tcoeapi t' u teuL . 1st beuabold harsites. aP 5as adver ttmen.et third seM. ltw orlerans !Long Farket. Cassclar rveas. No s Camp 5vasvr, iriday Ervptag. septemter 4, 188i. There is nothing whatever to notice in the way of an im-rivat sltentles is the movement in Isseeital ircles itee the elnee of the last basi Dres year, the 31st alt. Unlike the ruling in Weamerm cities, where the banks are frequently strained to the utmost tension to afford facilities for moving the crops, there is no scarcity of ear retJcy here. sad the demands for esoommodadle on the part of business men ia good assading die eloe but llttle if any lores. At the same time rae of, Itsres.d dso t  eontinue nominally unch...

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. — 5 September 1868

L O. O. C o L .0.P . '............ 6s ........... . as F. Oad Ledg* et Leatlmme. THr E. . GRAND LODGE Or LOUSIANA, L 0. . P. MWma amu-mmaly -a as besr Teo/da to :ameary nmd July. tn ow rrloaa. Omre fb tbh premet year 180-E W. LahbL tNo. . M W. Gvrand Mlaer; J . Hof, of No " . W D Oerand Moer: E N. PFairblId, of No 12, R. W Oread Wardr; Josiah FolderR.of o. . R. W. Grand ecrm tey; P. W. Olmdemir, of e*. M, A W. GOred Treossor Loer Homes., of NI , ed J O. Dunlap, of No IS, . W. G. Spres.tatovesU I U. I :; R O. L are, of No. 1 W. Orumd Chalain; John B. Pao of No. . GOrand Marshal; A. Marenu., of No. 0, W. Grand O(ndoe£or J itauoer, of We, I Grand Guardiam; P.. J. I. ULMsl)os aof o. IS, W Grand Horlmd. DarIr Dilsraec OI&lDo MuAlym-P. Jobn P Barnet, oe No. 17, District No. ;. P O. A. J Vradegoif of No. , DI.erte .. : PO . OI. G rmm of No. S D imrl *(o. i; P. G. CP.Calka of No , Die lia D o SP.G L . Oberny, of Na 7, District No. ; P I Ja os Iebr0aer.of D*. S4 Dlwret No. II; P. G ...

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. — 5 September 1868

%h sm *ritaas reatunt. BATURIAY MO1 fIWOU . SEPTYEBER 5, teen. OFFI(IAL. MATOALTY Or Nw ORLEANS, i City Ball, September 2, 1`I68. [No. 1003 -N. 8 ] Resolred. That the adjudication of the con tract to '. Wints, on the 2d of October. 1'67, for the rightjof way for a rairoad on Esplaaide and other str et, with the aames of Jackson Manson and BiacSe & Slams u securities, be and the same s bereyh approved. Resolr:,d further, That the mayor be and he is hereby authorized to enter into contract, before the city ootary. in behalf of the city of New Or lenas, wibh F. Wintz as principal and Jackson and Manson and Biecoe & simnie u securities, for the right.of way for a railroad on Esplanade and other estreta, for twenty years, at the rate of one and one hird cent per passenger, and agreeably to speciM-aton of the city surveyor. (8igned) AL.ranS KxARNY. President Board Assistant Aldermen. (Signed) TaonsA Masnar, President Board Aldermea. In force by virtue of aw : Jous W. OVERALL. eer...

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. — 6 September 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. THE ORE8OENITB DIBPATOHEB -----· FROM WASHINGT ON. THE PUBLIC DEBT INCREASED 110, oo, 000. A~' ( 'ILLO( II AND ROLLINS. MORE SUFEnVi1COR NOMINATED. WASHINGTON, Sept. 5.--The eoretary of war, perpith ed by cbiticuing legislatiun, has asked the attorney geer.l's advicet on payol Southern claims on hile in the war offlice ruowing out of the war. They aggregate twenty to thirty rmallios. The debt seata ment will snow that the public debt has increaa-d over tea millouns. Rollns and Mci uliucb haid another interview this n.tinnig Ito aJru i i rstated they agreed to diagree reard tag supervasrs; none will be Co¢nialsiuned nhbtly. R,-lins proposes leaving northward early next Week. Grant's brother in law, Dent, arrived here th!s tRorlig and vd sted the war office. I*e states that Grant will remain West until tae last of GO tuber. Rollio has nominated five more superry.ors, making twenty In all. McCulloch shows no dis posltion to coutiim at;y of btem. Am ng tae Lo...

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. — 6 September 1868

gFFICM JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEA$S. 4. *. Iaiex . dtle.. und ropriesuor. omls, l o. No * olr& rrr. IL'H DA.LY ORakeeU.InT ia pubusiels m R o No -um4o s mel-u ept 111 memas4sa, a eemsi Sm- ar si vea, 11: ms --r". eaas eesU. - sMine ieas e. Adveras Wl e I atrma I me 3 meat I mouas moeuskin m se.s e::': :. :: " " a j" oii hs as 5 7 1Nw . ::::::: *I 6 *u.... 1* .l 176 ** tk ..... .- 100 f10** i i ..... n. , .. I I.. ...A tir . s w aboe :: em :emiT "a tr  ,0lira ianes ad Peath see mwethio stwrmemmi .ash equas. M Ser meath, ismaas advenauemma, heain the ran iteae apes. irie as P1 W ie equM e e; man moseqeasermst. linms E e sad PseESt ea isamim siseeemabe, man e . sg.e S I Spa wIuat e. Artimoat Ylsorted N 2terai, to be eaged as n w sheinw ua ai "d"nabmes, who ras a iel. shan bll e aleweod. S slelmt from abe ame fraIia rer as may lI d pasM pr sded tlr la ao meeshel mss disne es SeSupesemat As seam asems. of avereuseeaoN bobe oagesd moes Mis us, mor eoigla. l a ses..eIs seeDt ...

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. — 6 September 1868

Ito Jim Oritans f resa. BUDNAT MORNING. SEPTEMBER 6, 1866. The Carpet.Bsges. COMc' SONo PUi TLT TItas. fo I'm a gay old carpet-bagger! Ir Oh ! don't ya auderstacnd? 'Mehng the colored folks I awagger, Down in the cotton land. N-w, I got no eddication; tr (If brains I dies not brag, But I ,iwnsa big plantation All in nmy carpet bag. I'm a gay old carpet bagger ! , Oh ' can't you under,.tauln 'Mong the colored folks I swagger, le flown in the cotton land. In the North I was nobody- iri! don't yu understand' C' Na I drinks my wine and toddy-. King of the c,,tton land; at For I drives the old slave master He calls n.e " calawag;" to While he conses, fast and faster I tills my carpet bog. n, I'm a gay old carpet-bagger, etc. at I'm the loyal carpet bagger Wlheo rules the cot'on land ; m I'm a happy sealawagger ie Ol rcan't you understand' m ti For to I ,ngrew glee some mornin' 1w; This curst old scalawag, 21 And I pays 'em hack for scornin' SMy loyal carpet-bag. 1.0 Th I'm a gay old carp...

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. — 6 September 1868

1t n w iarleans qtst . IFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TlE CITY OF NEW ORLEAd., /. 0. NIXON, isero aad Peoepsosr. Wrf ICZ. *. * CAMP rT3 . earlssip Sbsipuenea is adveses, $15 half yWty. I; oml, t ta a .sps es.10 toi t-? WmeLT CuascaEv it pbih s s id S5aWretS Ias, la&Iari.y Is advasea FUNUATY ORNINU, SEPTEMBER 6 1968. Democratic " ational Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: HOIA'rIO ICEYMOILR, (PF SEW CORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT FRANIK P. ILAIR, d OP WIRwtoRI. Slcteers far the I St*& ao LaeO i IZ-OVlRAvaR R. C. WICILIPFFE of We.t Fslrles i ISAIAH OUAR5EIr, of uachit. g ALTERNATES: I JAMEP. P. IRKRT of Jefferson. JUDOE J. N LEA, . Orleans. Dstritet leeters t irst OsearesionaI Distr.ct ... ... A. SAM SOLAL Sleea d .. .. ....... . B BIAD . ihre . A. HE<R)N. Pounh ..... DA BLAtj:. . Flh ......N. D) t. O hM&N ' ALTERNATEN t Colres iona Ditrict.... . . T. P. SFIERR(RNE. I eaesad i.. a. R4, Tnird . .........J. KKrNAND. rou.th . ... . ... k. N C, LLLUM. ........... ..... . Iti 5 A NEW Ar~Tnsrr -lciso...

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. — 6 September 1868

ltaramtr mag poqrt -gmat. MI ADVEIRTIBED I THE DAILY I 023i280.d nead , s. eatembSer 1. 1N". re Pa..o ar. ....NI A IMNER. O.eatboe.. .. 5 PM b T  ......P..... . A TI PNI: X'1A 1. :< B.! i .tost W nc'nIf Yr ".* r4e A P1.4k, t Vice PMi 6as nod1 I re. teat hamhrr .. the Mer h. t " r. th o., I1 n .r ,i n. held Phsld Iphie will wmri hi. oelrt. ID potl. atarnea. 'c,.fce .hineh trade ad r 'n.merr of .h ,t c, 4w,4 be inMtrdur Ar, aol ,,,-s m.m..r b. aa.tly . pqus.d to altotd a.ntuaI. ly. ARTH-UR ' WAUO H, I Nacreter r  st Treo.rer --Oce of . reraed leeesory. l . , . A f;rad "wife 1 ,1 le eta', o. f oalsan., No Or I.oe. ISpe5.pt S, I ts J- . l'luammlcaaio f 14,w R. N. (Jr. ndI.od..,,. 11 F F. **. . ofL wiil.h1e , old o n 1 t Dir . lAY AV l "1, 1. lb.e 9t11 In t . a, * 'r... an t l Lodle iem NI. 1 over to a Ithe-cU t Rdu,t Insu h w 1 .n. p ry Wlns. .lrtmpl.tr., oand C.mmemil Plr,.. H., BDy I, der of el.n4O clb.LL.r BA JO IT H FOLIIR , n WGraU"n , n. ---NaOll Jabs... /el4 C'.clpo- 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. — 6 September 1868

t s Srlans nrtent OFFICIA JIluNAI OF T E CITY OF hAW ORLEANI. SUNDAY MOgNINO, UEPrEMBER 6. tMae. a xpfeesneasa . t BY CHLLA HTVllea. ny citau rewram. q Throughout the loely house the whole day long f The wd har-p's Igtl music sinks and swells; A ery of pets semetime, or mad and strong, * Or faint, like broken peals of silver bells. e Acrose the little garden comes the breese, Bowr all its cops of flame, and brings to me A Its breath of migoonette and bright sweet pea, h With drowsy murmurs from the encircling sea. In an open door a crimeon drift f Of flottering faded wioodbtone leaves I. blown; And through the clambering vine the sunbeams t sift,i And trembling shadows on the floor are thrown. I climb the stair ead from the window lean, Beeking thy sail. 0 love, that still delays, Longlir to eatch its glimmer, searobing keen The Jealous distance veiled in tender hbase. What eare I If the posdes perome be, de Or swet the wind harp wails through the slow houres th Or that the lulling ...

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. — 6 September 1868

Pht So frnalf n Qtiunt. •-- . ,! BUSDAT MORI1ING, SEPTMllS 6, 18. LIMN8 ahewa eaads. ftrih a Tratr Felk.I They drive keap the cows trots the pasture, Up through the boeg sabdy.lIne, Where the qellihrblltiles Iod in the wheat fields That are yell ith ripening gratn. ' bey lGod, iL L kl wavig grallse, Where the seerl4tlitpped strawberry grows, Thb y aths ter the a het snowdrops And the first cllplon buds of the rose. They os the se hey In the meadow; they gather the ldrr bloom white ; They aod where he dusky grapse purple In the solt-tasted !)ctouer light. They know where the apples hang ripest, t And are sweeter than Italy wines ; P They know where the fruit hangs tie thickest d On the !ong, thorny blacaiberry-vies. They gather the dereate sea weeds, A id build tiny cast.a of sand; a Tht Yv i,-k al tie otuntiful sea-shell. - Fair barks that hake drifted to land. o 'ltey wave from the tall, rioking tree tops Wi err the oriole's lbmmnok nest swtlge,l Ar d at night-time- ae folded in...

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. — 6 September 1868

sht 1P kuu.s 4Ps tit. OFFICIAL JOURIAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY MORNING. BEPTEMBER 1, 1868. ALUTINr SALlr MOMDAT. 4I81s TlrN a no0. mil at 10 o'clock A. ., a No. M Camp sns. booe s es. stc. OEA? T MAM idle. m I e'ask A. U., a lNirees MOMTuOUIT no8. 1 00. isu as 11 a. . a M Pll. Lmass - Oravne ease, inmsa mus, ai. The Ievll. TRANSLATED FROM THIE (GERMAN. Hark ! I bear the tram of thousands, And of armed men the bum; Lo ' a nation's hosts have gathered Bound toe quick alarming dram- laying. " come. Freemen, come ! Are your heritage be wasted," said the quiok alar mig drum. tl "Let me of my heart take counsel: C War is net of life the sear! b Who shall stay and reap the harvest c When the aunumn days shall come!' ? But the drum n Ebhoed " Come! I. Death shall reap the bravest harvest," said the ci solemn sounding drum. "But when won the coming hattle, A hat of profit springs therefrom n h bat if conqunet-sohjusqgation Even greater ills become'" ci But the drum Ansswcred " Co...

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. — 8 September 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. S- VOIUME VII. TUESDIAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1868. NUMBER21. 'NERVOUS AND DIIDI ,ITATEtI Sufferlngs Have Bee 'rotracted -rao HIDI)EN CAUSES, WHOSE CASES REQUIRE PROMPT TREATMENT --to ?lender Exist nee Desirable. If ye ra o t fertig froi tDalatctry teoarpa, what ) s trrdoreitprod re o ,esn generl health ? Do yoe feeloes it. dLb llt , easlly tired? Doe a ntase eaertloe proda palpitels of1 the heart? oro* .?,ur 'lmer or ertmy rgas. Or yaour kidneys, fro evtil gret el of order ? Iylor vt ne omrtl sthmtble smilky. or feeky, or 'it ropy *g, Wetllr; or does a thick sc~ rise to the top; or i a* sdl ,tst at thebebatem after it he stood awhile? je y.u have spells of short b, tlning er dymeppsle? re your *eelr co.tdpai/f. Sye have esplls of tantingtlý rauhee of blood to the head? , yeour sevoery Impaired? Ti yr smld rostacnt'y d,'tliag apes this subject? PD. y, , fel dull. lrtlens me tng, tired of comply o life D,, ypo, lsh to be left elone, to get away from everyb...

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. — 8 September 1868

the ,ea *rlans gestnt FIIFCIAL JOURNAl OF THE CITY OF IJE W ONLFANS. e. O. WIXON, 3dse.r sead Propoteer. OFFICR, oe. 6E t:'AMp gETahE. a"Terry SubseiptpUo. . dn .r.s, $1; d yoa1.y, M; n'I, S. atmale eoip s. W V-nsa s'Tl WUSLY Cusscwst lt pubIllhed every sarsa. iameertout 5 taiwartey r a sdveme TUESDAY MORNIN(,. REPTEMBER R. l46q. Democratic i' ational Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: HIORA'Il) 8ICYMOIUI, or 1EW IORK. FIR VICE PRESIDENT. FRAN i 1'. 11ILAI F. OF NItsOCRI. ZIeeer0e fre I.* State s ILrese 3i-GOVERN..R R. C. WTWKLIFCE, of West Felttcaa ISAIAH uAREFT of Ouschita. ALTERNATES. JAMER P PRKRFT, of ,.s, JLDOE J. N LEA, o, Orlesha DIletriet weeters t First Oongreslonal Distrit... . . A RMIBOL&. beermd .. ...... M. B HK&DY. Third .. . ..... . HEER )N. Fourth .. ...... . . DKBLAO' Fil .. .. ..N. D. LOLEMAN ALTERNATES: trat Congrle.*oona Dutrict....... . T . SHERR'RNE. Imiad .. ..... taRO W. .RAL snd .. .. .... .. J. H KR11 ARD. Feosth .. ....... K N O(LLUM. Mb .W F Bi.,K.siw i ....

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. — 8 September 1868

Pt ami erltma n rsult"C OFFICW 10)UNM IF TIE CITY OF NEW ORLANS. I, aN TUESDAT MORNINO, Kt rMBEBR 8, Um a - oem. Rseerem'i eWer t MSe. Lee JTm folowIg is th ettr addressed to Oen. Iee by OGe. eeeerwm. It will be read with in terest by all who read the admirable reply of Gen. Walwlu oar Bramuos, Va., Aug. 26. gement is Lt: General1 of aleleade far the welfre of a ooue I ome with my heart i my hand to lers th edltlo wishee sad ltentloas of the people of Southern States, and supecially to gsoernto soaiaete of these brave, enegetle uad mo whe. aelr snieaoing the p Coelodero for lear yea , laid down thei arms m sad swere aloleaoe to the United States, whose of truest s lod  leader ,e have been. I so di that erprpin Bars lr to eoeniet with ol aaial aey lbe prodelced a violeat resation 31 agest tbe. wooh is drifting as toward coaeol. to So ret co ry as ours eve Is now. and a t b, meat ave State govermmenti to etetd w detisr, or go farther so fare worse. It i Lto to a the West ad North ...

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