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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 11 September 1868

iekg waived, reasd she soo0ad Um sad aepted 5 by the Lhewl.nts: Ya--Prests Marker, sad Mewrs. Begiile, Brady, aler, Ploeoa Poyaol sad hields-7. Naas-Noe. t Mr. Kaiser okred the followin: Resolved, That the mayer be sad he is hereby autorised t eater lute oenest behalf of the I city of New Oles, with J. B. St. Amead os rity, P. F. Thomas, for furalsing lumber r mr otf he city for one year, at thirtes dollars sad forty cents ($13 40) per thoesad feet for pile, ond sveelstea doliars sad neemtyAve oates ($17 76) per thesand et for cypress, strlos accordaeo with speecaleaso on ofe hi the oela of the city sereyer. Which was adopted ea its frlt reading, and the rule beig welved, read the ascond time aad adopted by the following vote: Yeas-P Met Markey, ads Moere. Begille, Brady, Kaiser, Pems, Poyaot sad ihioi-7. . Nays-Nose. Mr. Kaiser sed the followg: Resolved. that the eeel"er bhe I be breby authorled, after vo dayse at b l e , olf•d Ilosrnelte o atidd b or bidders, contralt for csnung...

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. — 12 September 1868

VOME XVIII NEW ORLEANS UR8ESUENT I VOLUME X6111 SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 12, 1868. NUMBhR 5 THE CE80EEB T'8 DIBPATCHE8 FRO(P WASHINGT ON. TIIE TENNESSEE DELEGATION WITH VHIfE PILESIDEN r. L ;l'EhR\ ISOR OR I1I.SOI ;RI. THE INDIAN TRO(BLE IN ARKANSAS. No Compeua&tion for Premises Used for rmy Purposes. Thirty Illlnias of Dellars Worth of rualms Quashed. II1NCI' M I' Y 1RE OI'UO RT3. leport of the Tenessee Leisrlative Delegation. d ý" WATn toTOi , f7.pt. 11. -The Tnneessee delega tion had an interview with the president, but the details are suppressed. They are to have another b interview, when the committee will themselves telegraph the reknlt to the Tennessee Legislature. The delegates xpress themselves eatistied with the progress of events. They, in their address, urge the immediat3 reinforcement of the lederal troops in Tenneerie, to act with the civil authori tLea in the preser ' lion of order, enotrcement of the lawn and pro.ecut ion of crimiaals. CoL. James Macr, nominat...

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. — 12 September 1868

gFFICAL JOURNAI OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. . orrw.Ic, w e cast mrsmaa. omcVFCEa K. CAMP NAW5 e IpadF SebsUm. Mirans 1Sw; hal pdr, aS; epaas W m5 ssgsl. lU wt, eenaw Os rs.tsm a. .alasbly w saaI sta SATURDAY MORNING; SEPTEMBER 11. tees. Demoeeratic A ati.mai Ticket. FOR PBaEIDENT: HORATIO sICYMt OUR, OF sW T10OIL FO1 VICE PIUBIDIENT FRANKI P. BLAIR, OF ITSOURI leetor.s 3f the Saute at Large : ,40VEANuR t. C. WICKLIFF etof West Frelcias ISAIABH GARRElT. efOmacit ALI RN AT8: JAMES P. RPEsRT, of Jesetson. JUDGE J. N. LEA, o, Olas. MBSaest Meters a hM Om.remal DIct............. BAMIOLA. ass .. .. ...........M . s. 4a 1. rth .. .. ........ ... . Ds I O . Pwt .. .. ........... .. D ,BLA'0. ALTwtlpATER: ha. Qasser.sl Ditrie..........T. P. SBURIUEL ..a1d .. .. ..........G O. . RAC . ahrd .. .. .... ....J. H KIN5 ARD. eth . .. .......... . N CULLUM. 4W F. B5*(' bA.t We publish the sensible and timely pro:la mation of Mayor Conway, enjoining on all keepers of bar-rooms, and of all other p...

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. — 12 September 1868

stramers p. prt 5-saU. Ad ADVR lIIBED IN TH | DAILY CB3BC33T. Atarmde. ySeoember 1ii 1066. se Turk. ......." .MN, ... ..... . w i dew cr t.... C l4 B CI Wrir ... S PM Is hu....... :L sO, ..... ........ A T m -.~ T XIAS . Baker ........ ....... Pi L ... . IA IANA, Phillipe ........... a PM hat /<I Vp DDO. Dumon ....... ..... . ..S P red lrr ew.... . ,1 rega. Dwi, .... 5. r ........... WILI4 Serao .S P I· 'sts me' Wasw o .LA eateW ss . 12 w Pst 5 isa ,C .CROLE#. Baker-LE.R .........2 Pi raId ...O... , A Ral. . . ie A TPu aIA sL NOTICIy. O. - lee StI. C(ots Se..at Rmplto1d " -rn M. esam er Iam.dest a od E'ghtrn ata-qe Orlnd a. repesabr It. IRI-A a roeI lar oeletg of Directors be iday a dllded was delred ol per rent ,r three idlaMl, 1- e V, Ce. paIable s the S teckhoder an ano d atted (r athr 10. I;'e' the a altd stCe Internal reensu Shelog lauid b tlia Ilel JPOa. Al I' N. MLEt LL . Seier a B. . Ol... eC tae Qes.cal Sapeadeaem g. ltw Oit sas. J s. an inD e( oat nrtheru Rail...

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. — 12 September 1868

! Qgrl IWa r ý LESI4 tnrtb or th feringp O: M UIMN TIE CITY OF N W ORLEANS. , B,TURDAY MORNING. SEPRI BE1R 12. 1861% "trcfp IaJES AAIll TUID DAT. very I. - - - gave u 1. . Wol Y io_ s CO. «u. r 1T V.. MA, .mb of 00 hos" e uap .trate roirta. am.; also. M Liver .I s Uek . a t. dAsr'. .l r a orGc ress, wit mes mles5 pct f V L H 008DO soaul at II clock A s, o. thmeve foot ever ' Csal srest. pever rtti ('Oa1tABLE gos. stl o'loer A. sd. i81 Tchopi- and teu ez r let .ebotd unlturs and .ars the vi aoe .. tiea.e on sacrod puee. sales _ _ _ -- irg a lte Orlrans ~ on P artt. t Fri but hot c `r dr vi »tnga L ii. ItJ 1 t. o ere is nothing special to notice in the move- Liverp m it to financial circles since our last review. not ec C ney is still abundant, and the demands for Ncrtbe ommoasn e the art of bae. ens of af oun ad i exhibit but little a rease. Rates talling of .Intret s discount show no variation what- tahula ernr, and we therefore repeat as the governing ccmpa fi res A per cent. pe...

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. — 12 September 1868

Jtn* - ------ dim STU9 mWUTAL 1msrsac es.,* a--41r W , ORLEANS, LOCIIIANA. New T Codmaulse to Take 1 .d N ia eb.. T as.f.a. Bled Ri "--rrs.. meee O·. I 4.... ARONDELT St8y MO 1 rudt C RAB I T D Sr . Sta. LLjYD B. UOLRNAZ, PrtldL C , & ,, INSURANC I i., .... ..... * lO* d o . ...... Ce tax b . o.N ,,.I Laf . : RTEC D IIIANNUAL LATRaE- TEA nKD.IN raeum Dep..rtmt .....p. 16 T, -, u,.. ... ....... Pol .. OvM e n tu toi e FolAic'sa LL 8 RIVER a BIIINS 1 t te vcns rae et,+oemi. t gat f 1 1 paale CABe, w th r Ar BMON DOAME, :e Preoldent Ir . Padr, Screay. , Greenwood. Rikchard Milliken. J. Barbrl *. .sual Noose. W J. A.-,, W. . a--m . Jo 'L Noble. Ei 'Cha. simon Ilocsl. a IRT. T.Backer.U AL  ulntin. o . W Cre. Thirt L.. rrq. .WO. Re,,. J .Blair. Josep Hoy. U A. Cambea -- F NI' ORLZaxa ayrtAL, The INBURANCE COMPANY', lecp.. Loerner St Oe p and Canal stre et, . !At EIGHTH TEAR Pnhmt: , received daurtl the year ending Decem b s lat, .......................... ....... ll 411, 1 Lea.....

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 12 September 1868

mt o fr o Oro bem Floyd to a as YJIufp river. Im. heese was eppaed to a trsmer set for by the people: nor that the courtbose be psed au the prmises of a private , a m e of the Legtelature, is order the removal might redonad solely to his be Usdl the peopl of the parish bhad gives l eeseat to the removal, he would oppose the Mr. Pollard saMid that although the big was draw 1p by tla. MoMilam. i had bees draws at the WUt of toh people xpreed in a petition 1eWars of Senator Lyach, of Carroll. Mr. Bliokma amoed to postpone ladeiteoly. Mr. bLith alled forthe e sad nd ys. The esaote h.faed to kstpo e ti ldy by o yes r. ttgstein moved to postpone to Friday. On modeen of Mr. PoinhbLck, the Leam and Pledge Aseociation bill war made the sjel ner of to day en rd t, szt I o'ear S osetitto for Oeeato hil No. li9-An act to Set h*e indebtnes of the State Pealsstl . S bill ws Baly adopted. Senate biU 194-Am act to repeal article xty tree of as nt relive to crma ao speeal levee d 1Ct ;bBeevlle U l...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 13 September 1868

THE MW ORLEANS CRIOSCENT. HE XVME SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1868. ** - I THE ibmaiE 1 late rebeM Nombus have pros by this pr> Meate-shealMrs 12 alan sklam ine me - I car . ... a was a VOtYS AIND I 'ilI.ITATIED -r - errs Rave Been :'retracted HII)DEN CAUrSER, SE CASES REQUtRE PROMPT TREATMENT -ro Eede.r Existence Deeirable. u era s - rtog from luoblnutery dinuarges, what it does it mler epe p. Y or gterl heath bi yo feelwteak debilitated, elly red o b1 Smace exertion produse palpitatonu of the bhrt? O ycur iver. t urinary or4,u, or your kidneys, fro cly pet out of order? to your rtne semeUtlm thLk, ,hy, or leeky, or is It ropy W esitti; or doe a thick seslies to the top; or is d i t at the ottm ater it hu ned awhile? you have spell of short bror Ig dyspepalal i e your bewe ,*couetepsted? E yesu have spells of faltoing rashes of blood to the heed? W Syear mesmery impairpled t P a your slid eeastant'y dwlThsg upon this subject? pe o yc, fel duHlltlee. moto, tired of company...

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. — 13 September 1868

gFFICIAL JIggAM OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. S.A KIzON. Iesaor sud roowprla r. fel O7ICE. o , N OAR? 5T53T. p asrnu v : T sya js -ioue.7 mae Lb N ned I"ISIRT Y e L ay maaml , to sdama. pM ; aIrye l, : me `iw ntr, U; Mira anow e p Y "t nsew of A£dWvesOW "ama stmasih m arws' s moie ma. maais ti In] »: "" -": r MWl;:: u:: :.. :. gl ems at r is m3I r e a, 0e, Us .. In Wet rtlee me. ato datob 0aW imr M.a w amtr spi" t" am e " o ert will be pshovel Masm adebarea d r rdabel redI g ert ,ms l pufithd every Baharday aerm nihng taw, A pr Srlamsl u6 adivm ; lalm eatol ae p uars terlW, ss 5"aim 1 UPtOi U w r mew atms b ambmm eam M mmda1eOl, 5th a BUNDAY VeRN ING, PT B mivw usm3. mob 1 5 AnertWme nd t real aet tatrsa be Nsd d as amw EiE Ilmau ' r T ofr as, mivnwsdoa, elm i-onm, mar e y, sad as id .n1n etaagoat e dfre abo e mfae taastonet rats wmay be *mars I aw Ms.ib V15aeed or more uat n rice in Noeme ?Ju I V lrtmv:: to:: met m1,51 : fr :7, :patd numb. o 5 llor wie be pusblaomL a w h areelto...

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. — 13 September 1868

ice the r the fan. MORNING., REPTEMBER IS, 18 . end, yet a the sheer defeat in. A Leve Mapte. a another happy : Ido notabow it, ou say: but I have my will 1at, ard iif e two know it, is better to be quite still. Sca I Ist my face as a flint, "e I sharpened my tongue like a sword: 0i5es not n I battled and did not stint, I, for ow. now I have my reward nriermost e peace that he has nothing to tell, mtusical the life that bha only to livre; have no know one another so hell, way and e rest we know too, and forgive. le leaves t is it you wish ua to say hot his r to do' Is it raptore you miss' taihome nd we always be fainting away, i your sight, in an exuliite kiss ? not think we have 'tres to hide,. a treasure we fear ill be spent; te all when I sit by is side, :r oi here is no more love .o invent. -ld fail nah more sweet than:l sought -ne de- as fallen on him andion me: Sing it u ask, is it all as I thirught? 'ven pl- o; why should I wi. It to be ill, and he plea- ould I barter the tra...

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. — 13 September 1868

4 FFCIAt u UtL OF TI CITY OFa NEW air. . .. masest tease on W a S.. eriCKEa. K a cAMP rwa. Ip`rel astswr s1esI a seveme a"1; hear yeart. SI; Wmas.r Osmeammel ,pubehd e Imeme,. )tar a wIarnbl, is reasto sd ady easa BUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBEB 13, 1861. Democratic Natiomal Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: HORATIO BEYM OUR, OF SEW TOBL FOn ICE PRESIIDENT: FRANK P. IBLAIR, OF NISNOURL aeeSers U, she a esea asO e.aeo s e4OVEEXua a3. C. WICKLIFFE, of West Feica ISAIAH GALETT", of Ou.hiti ALTERNATES: JAMES P. PRESET, of Jeffelsc. S JUDGE J. N. LEA, of Orltes DtsttesF lseeeses I Vr Cooseaslad District ............ 5 AMBOLl. eod ............ . M. BRADY. SHte .. . ............A. HBEARO . Fourth .. . ....... ... L DaBLANC. fsh .. . ............. D. COLYMAN SLTERCNATES: V ds.* .. .. .......... eo. W. Rn ca Third .. . . H {N LSD. T ... ......... Ii. H BRKIR M. P OCE$IIAJA. One negro club last night was adorned iwith oil-cloth capes. We suppose they were .donned in view of the pluvious state of the Z atmosp...

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. — 13 September 1868

ps. Jmtns fort s, -I. A£ AM M D IN TMn DADa? ?. noday.iI, Sepiemer s. IYW Telse AA.. .... DA.Atlas-C.ara7. A geae ..............A IL BOAT-O ............... ra Weserl. Seseiambe 14. 1IRS(. ayee ars..........NINA . OGrmaoes. .. 5 p W .as riac risme..,.cnzO&B. Makms-On. . ueai&....... s.... l. OJ A ?tl .............. f P/ PECCIAL N(rICb., -..-,L"sedt ('ity Tehit Caub.-As -a rn. .r .ermilr wll be1 Id ever HslewI"lsl lse Io EVgI ai, olte at e.'ick Mt omher o neurllld tasdo h-- 7 M VW. the Oead wde of Lasl. bret by onllfid to lasmbl to the raOd Ledge Hell ea M IDAY, LtheIlt InsrtanL. t 2 o'€ock r st, umint in the rwenea) of IsyWp th eeser tae ef the new Hall toat erect tbrts. Turern' A sIoc(lion i(rewinadu-) of twis city AllIBB. MM. ingoad standing wt laytid tobe pe fly order of the M. W Gread atet. A QOrRAT. Ami-set Orand Rewre'*rv. ---Inee "a. Cha le Seo ee Slea ed ven poy, eoret ('sodelt ad Kightb streLt--ew Orleans. Fewo'b i--t 11 rees, mettinf D Irmctore hoed this day. a d...

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. — 13 September 1868

OFFICIA IOINAL F TIE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAYT IORImO. 8EPTEMBER 13. 1868. a.JPOLm WN AT EOmSVEN. AN NIITOSICAL TALL Tn 1804 the Emperor Napoleon founded the inetl tnre of the order of the Legion of Honor in the toe chateau at Eceuen, built by Francis I, in whieh four hundred young ladies of noble famlle re* ce ted their education. It was on the evening before examlnation, and the students were trembllagly discoussing the claims of each for the laurel wreath, the usual prie on this occasios, when the snddes anounce onebt, "the emperor!" rung through the hals, and In ai moment all else was forgotten. It was not the brilitancy of bis appearance that canused this g, o ral bush of reverence, for he ceame alone in sin ple dress, with uncovered head, holding hisht in one hand, while the other was thrust lto the 1lopom of his coat. Followed by M'me campan, the manager of the inetatitloa, he walked smiling il.tough the rows of students, who stood with Il:.;bing cheeks and cast-down eyes,...

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. — 13 September 1868

he gew "rleansi 4restat SB NDAY MORNING, BEPTEMBER IS, 1868. I D3ULST IAL ITMIl, ETC. 'Pre.ared for the INe Orises OvrmrL] A peach orchard of 70 acres near Dover, Dela ware, yields as annual boom e of 10,000. The Royal Univeraty at Berlin has this year 321'0 students. It is estimated that there are 20,000 blind per pens In the United States. The i'criptures have been translated into 1t languages and dialects. The New York Herald claims to have cleared $160,000 during the first half of this year. ('hicago is receiving OI,000 bushels of grain r per day. 1 The value of the present grape cron in Chats goa county, N. Y., is estimated at $360,000. A North river steamer took to New York on a recent trip .000 boxes of cheese. d it. louis has 1264 licensed dram shops and beer aalh on. ok The peach crop In the ceighborbnod of St. i Joseph, Michigan, is estimatrd at 400,000 baskets. u A factory in Lancaster, :. H., turns out 100 btshels of shoe pegs daily. I The proprietors of the Wl te Sul...

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. — 13 September 1868

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TIE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. BUNDAY Mi iG, 8EPTEMBER 13, 1M. A IIWTIE *ALi MYOIAT. E MAR T. iAH sats. at t11 'doe a. nL, at maeeab eorne L'bLrb and Perdid, ftrialtMr wOTHuOMI5T mOLK a 00. san as It. , as ran. Issar's staM.s Gravie streat. horns, males, 4ae. THE CONSTABLE sells, st I e''clock , at NolY St. Mary strfs, fuaLitOe, cC W- n5 e derwtmuea on srmaed Ipa. LrrTTrLa'e Lfvo Acs, Noa. 1264, 1266 AND 1296. This sterling eclectic has lost none of its old-tlme worth and variety. Some of the extracts in these numbers are particularly readable, especially three from prominen' English magazines, regard leg the nomination of Seymour and Blair. MncLSA no OTrsa Tass--By Mrs. Adelaide (Newall) Bartorn.s, the accomplished anthorees of that pretty little work, "A Week in a French Country House." This is a well written novel ette. and, together with several other sketches, boned with It. forms a readable volume. Gauc Owzx's ENsoaxOxET-I-Republished from Blackwood. An intere...

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. — 15 September 1868

T'HE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUME XVIII- TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1868. NUMBER 27. I slladt l. T F Feotlir., owing to the peo'l'la and Important relations wh , the) nastalu, their peculjaorganieatioa,land theefocee TO "tsq ier orm, are sab)ect tol nm y lo 'ertlg. Fr-edom from thea C ,tr.bute bo in so m ;a:i legis toet r bIeltha.d l end telfare. t0 r o'r. ean be hal,y who are lil. Not only n. bnt F no one uof 'tos varaos Fe, t, lI Iompl at at.a lon g sufered to rne o thoot lasolvtg the general health of theindtid a l, endl tre leong prednoc no PERMANLNT SICKNtSS A D PREMATURE DECOINE. E~ r ,. t pleasant to tona It a physiclm for the relief ,I theL vario l* det(te t e .t!l, no. aat oily upoa thb most TI Irenlt nlOeelRty will a true wom ano far uarlh'e her great oat .b o'. to do thi. TIe .*e will then thank n fort pi In It it : .runde s Ivi. b pecifls, wtic w,10 Ie I, ad erL , o in re te Io an,: c0 - luK a.lmoet every Omne ot th , tr a' .o-oo p oot .- pot 'ar to the sn. HIELM...

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. — 15 September 1868

pe gaw eOrI4aNs qqeswtln FFICIAt D0INAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. 4. 0. iIXONe, ltear mand ~ oew.se OFf0C. ie. a CAMr I511W. r*Im Iry kbe, et.m b eto, gas; hlrf wl, "; a rme.e. K' m.l ss. , - 0 eB Democratic National Ticket. or a w T nr FOR VICE PRESIDENT: th FRANK P. BLAIR. in OF MISSOURL aeets.rto.r St ethe ee s rge t af i-CGOVEIuR a. C. WICKLIPPIL of West Felieldsn ea IAIAH ai lGAIRETl, Oufasmla . A LTBRNATE: in JAMES P. FRKRET, of Jefferoa. JUDGE J. N. LEA, of Orlea. Dstraict leton ter anc FbS Coemtoaai DiAct............ A. SAMOLA. th ae . . . ........ . B. BRADY. 5- .............. A uROW. r .. .. .......... D BLAIC. th L eS1 .. .............. .COerLE AN A ALTERNATES: in Foot Conlraesuioal District .......... P. BSHlEBURNE. C oeeed .. .............. W. RACE. Ibird .. ............J. H. a lNARD. fe Fort .. .. .......... . . ULLUM. 1 SW. F. BLACKN. .. ..........J. H BRIHN AM. ARRIVAL (,F GEN. ROUSfSEAU.--Gell. ins- fit sau l-eft Louisv ille on Saturday evening cc la.t at half...

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. — 15 September 1868

Letrm Jeavtg ot 5r -a. i ADVUTI ) IN T15 DAILY C SIG T. T e*d** . * bee a Is 1s. kew York 0t . l3ADE. Bammpor-......... P P L "sL o " .:...U.. A. I'lM.Rs .. .J PM _ Te or P........... VVSJ A..R L Tif· .- n...........9 All S-'....... "· aloI ,. .. .............. il onlei L l" ............. P... _ - ; PCUIAL rflIvEb. d-  -rbear e Crere -Ma·mp 15. IoeO. At o e-umt'C OiUa d the Chsmbeo. hold on t ob 1tih st , the ,Ootwtig raisOd osi os e • wm er ppinted ! museoof Ftoe to ooammeod prosr perm se a Iee ', oe p onr, t;ao roles, Ia fos ad oxMerisde aem sooerrl eon over thewneeooLe. ad to whom all d,tAse whirc msa Mres btwer, b iyt . seller d Ionsrton. uy maberm , via Mae--. VAiltl. PRUDB Olls, ('AYOSS.P,Ir HAl ., 1iUNNICA Thoeap otmet ef o't om tes toach h.r tbhe lootOi of In.psr' of B01 tad Prk. Tbalco ay re (Draia Weighern Ted Marine rp to rn o e mado by the P~re|ld dt ARTHUB ('. WAL'OH. Prntiro ad Treorer ('Cbhluoer or ('Commiaro. - bhe M W. h the Bred L eg. e o.f )Mitrs ...

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. — 15 September 1868

- I wtsteve? iprNAL OF THE CITY OF nfEW AORSt-ArS. - offlonr1 fBl )AT MORlNBIN, SEPI rEBES 13, L'll. as ra tid ---- which, o Qoem SAU lM THIS ,A_. ruled ib V 53OI *OO.55~ ifi ·Ig* Lhetwasi "O L m et115;0 r-ti..rre ge 5(* aewomu-m with the utsiede asmUAL ITSiE. Trnsaeci Mat in. N. H., exports daily fifty bushels of rtsil at blueberries, on which the first buyers make a way. S ptoflt v 4. cboice 4 ThesomposLtor in Brooklyo are on a strike for terms. the N w York moale of pricee. Theirt plaee are Ilid by bare sad ,oel women. A hundred and twentyY thouesand baskets of low tre peaches were received and marketed in Chicago choice e: luriag the few days ending on the 10th. CokN NotwlsthsUding the shipments of flour and heavy at Ia from Chicao daring thes moth,. there demand now s nand 184,103gre6 r andare 1,093,; demand 279 busbels of rain more than t had at this time 1 15, a laat year. $1 a In the compeeltof room of the Cincinnati Com- *A S mnercial, on Wednaesday, the 9th lost., three hu...

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. — 15 September 1868

Loninimsa Central Btm of the Mssisippi and Pa ic BRailroed Compuay. Pased. Sbill amending artiole 1670 of the Civil Code. +,l smesla rW Mr oe O01-11 Phe Ae ti s om r ane ao Beeso incorporation of the town of or, M re- n lnd eet cri t th.ovc. ,r Sbio4llsl e sIng ree pub e1 ' ad, t C.or 9A bl gv Ia des _oa chools, 8 m o m to d ...e rwe "newtq t. o Wt~hich fOn b. ;o u1Slaor aumed o and seat Ca thee go vie. N 1 and '. m A bill otb retlsg the mo1 l tt o t' o0 _- 0 Demarest oamf S. Mar. eas moved to tatke the lo"b yd iNpsem a hook and ladder AmeA stal o hewo s to eI r received, oes; pA ,/oty famenlmpoutapt amend- o_mm is and amendment postponed till Weodnelas at 1 As a rlatie re ham Ioa tsraeryofM .s Ad bel eomdtlle poitmt d by M O-bll e a.it aet to ts he Wem Jy ,.18. Ca, lar. Ab at relativse the auontbr l t sead aleoe csals. aloendar. Afr o f tefor tenal i erimina l a ers a r Sa.temae o f w the t y-e d y ha the epeosto Newsoesr. oelye emd e ofdedrea tIrfeteb, il to aebsl. 1...

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