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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 3 October 1868

SIhe ® ne ýrlons (trtsrt.S S OFFici JOgIM IF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, SraTJMLDAY MORIINO. OC OBEB 3, s188. LAWS OF LOUISIANA. [s". 9.1 )W AN ACT TO AM=P Tea FlasT sECTION OF AN ACT p9 XITITLED AN ACT TO INCORPOBATE TIlE TOWN at OP ONRuOS, IN TrH PAlSta OF O-ACHITA, AND TO) PaOVTIMD FOR TH GoyaNWNrrT OF THl "IAM,. ArrI'OVID ON Ta nlOHTrU or MARCH, 1866. SrcIoxn I. Be it enacted by the Seote an, Li House of Representatires of the ,mtl qf Inafai a#a in General Assembly cinre,wld, That the first section of an act entitled an act to incorporate the town of Monroe. in the parish of Onachita, and to provide for the government of th esame, approved on thefighth of March, 18i;, be amended and re.enacted to read as follows : That the followng geographical limits shall eon stitute the boundary of the corporation of the town of Monroe, to the parish of Ouaohita, in the State of Louisiana, to-wit: Commencing at a point on the east bank of the Onachita river, In B the parsh of Omachims, at the l...

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. — 3 October 1868

- MA1ONIC. "('SRUMT IN' OR " UUaw AIesse sea ae m rannes a THE GRAND LODGE OF LUISBIAA. RFM0 DmlOr N49U NO. L  ues ea m Ipes  tret, betueem Mmla aid t Pbhilip, New Orlamte Obe0 r IM- 17enb Io~. W. N.; J A. Caow., . W.; J. Dele 7, J. W.; P. N. Jadie., demerp. ]POLAR STAR LODGE NO. L lees a Rampart street, eMa er st7 r e wr Oleasa. Oewr,--. ILntes, . L.: P. BldaaLt, SW.; J. Maybe, J. W.; Ote webanear, Ieruea. LOUISIANA RELIEF LODGE NO. L ts Maeet Grad Leda Hall, New Orleane. OMoars-Henry Hamburer, W. M.; Jos. II. Decrang, S W.;, Samuel B. Ia Brwn, J. W.; Fred. Holylead, Seretary. CONCORDE LODGE NO. S. Neate m a PIolar Star Hal, orwr Rampart end History st treetu. New Orleans Orcmr-J. R. Smpar,, W. .; J. `d P DerrS. W.; . Ferrani. J. W.; B A. Dewes, Seor. th PRU EVERANCE LODGE NO. L for Nmew oer Mala and aM Oade street New Otemm. Oierre- nrymtl G.e, W. V.; Henry Pedare, I W.;J. M S Ceeae J. W.; M. A. Caleague. ecretary. MI D DEN LOS AMIGOS DEL DGE NO. L. Me ta eol Genl betwemn V i...

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. — 3 October 1868

ih gas *rleans *rscet. OFFICIAL OURNAL OF TE CITY OF NEW OLEANS. SATURDAYT KOMi1G. OCTOBER 3, 1i88. AWe'ýsOa S TaIS DAT. (Oa; .L NASH wt, mli at 1uo'elosk s, corner Jackson :o|lseem girooi, r eesuehold hlrru. ec. herens, male, etc. me. o e ,t5sememts em Iseed eases. Quemm Vtetoerla's Medal m. A correspoadent of the Philadelphia Bulletin writes from Loudoa : Duroing the beg drosh Lwhen every blnde of grss was burned to a dead brown, and the cal t bad no herbage to feed on, milk and butter were scarce, aMd the famous Devonehire clotted cream could not be found. But we Americans went to hesdquarters. The model farm laid out and com. pleted under the eupervilon of the late prince consort, is about a mile from Windsor Castle. At the main lodge we received from the daughter of the keeper a permit to visit the dairy. Approachcg a beautifu oottage, as we sop. oee, in the center of a large garden, not at the bottom of a hill, under a hasel tree, by a running stream, we could not imagine a d...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 4 October 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUAME XVIII SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 4, 1868. NUMBER 49. . . . . . . . -- . . . .. . . . . . -- ; -t .. . . . . TK.E U&E80EUI'B DIBPATOHESA WASrHINGTON. !lble 's Report of the Cam sll Afair. BUREAU EXPENDI1URES-THE ORDNANCE FRAUD C.URT. Orcnt--frowning--Postage Stamps Print ing Contract---Ex-Gov. Parsons. The Weekly Mall on the Alabama Blvenr WAnSInoITN, Oct. 3.-Sibley's report of the samilia dair Is withheld from the reporters. It is stated that the first report telegraphed from Balabridge is. 'n many respects. supported. The report reached headquarters of freedmen s bureau on Tuesday. WAsarNeoow, Oct. 3.-Gen. Howard reports the total expenditures of the freedmen's basrea to August Il e8 $7,l8 000. O aetlog ee. h8anock's woead will delay the ordinance fraud court, leaving aGe. Thomas on -u,, - ^nmander of the department of Tennes (irant' return has been deteraa to the last of October. Secretary Browning has returned. The contract for printing postag...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 4 October 1868

"ht ou "rea *pruo d WFIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. .e. aZsN. Baser ae m rm e *oe.. OFnVz. 3a as OAM? Eram. mHE DA.ILY OUOUWON' * -pha EVE? UO0m1-emisse emeit Yes 6ake . enm seem, se e s s eeb es oas ef Adwe iemsi agesses. l r' m N L s es. s metahs. 1 M ... *.- e- : **.. 1 .. .w "t., .. iN m N, s .semme imu s se.1 1 ". ber shem sslmb N " m 1 edem 11"e s, " es as." . mb enisb sieebmes, hevies iea - Be s er, taw ul me ma . Ia-es . e :e.e: as eem, p s w asw a ams mmUe sm ka str edmbss, .wademsete smu _I be anew " SeDdqet ewtle ammm mus e tremsa mesa.d m.om bef t wIse be t ub.m s a-ina asoui s eek seaOgy. 5bilisewit o Pesu ie iabl be bemevd meatoa. agevss miama s b dbs essaassum bny pmiem s se . a V mur e m amses um y seu e gas 0. wll e S peanie ediz ama amid essreasa.es***gnsl AMi ewtts lgatwr advewr4rs doll be her" enethl. H Rams.. £i wIuiNN s man Iss dspea Semse s be I eN lss sewnasse. -HM - I - - -OC o -'' IS pbu sM" Sunrua. I aesta hsea re, Ii Uageara Imeath meotash 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. — 4 October 1868

SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 4, 1848. i From the Atlatic for Octorter. The Two Rabbls. BY JOHN O. WlrfrTfR. 'The Rabbi Nathan, twoscore years and ten. Walked blameless through the evil world, and thea, Just as the almond blossomed In his hair, Met a temptation all too strong to bear, And miserably alased. So, adding not Falebhood to guilt, he left his seat sad tautht No more among the elders, but went out From the great congregation girt about Wibh sackeloth, ad with ashes on his head, Making his gray locks grayer. Long he prayed, lmitting his breasut t; then, a the Book he laid Open before him for the Bath-Col's cholce, Fanuit to hear that Daughter of a Voice, Behold the royal preacher's word: " A friend Loveth at all times, yea, unto the end; And for the evil day thy brother lives;" Marveling, he said : " It is the Lord who gives Counsel inseed. At Echatana dwells Babbi Ben Isaac, who all men excels In righteousness and wisdom, as the trees Of Lebanon the small weeds that the trees Bow...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 4 October 1868

iht 4i wrquf qtqamt FFRAL IOURNAL OF TE CITY IF NEW ORLEANS. is o. o. NINz,. osett sad Pru.ree. VimcU Xe, W s CAMP 3s at. .Womadr b.wp.an... I, . st., 5; half sto, UI mtueir, sK eas spss. esm IWYT Wmnsl Osssmov Is pmlIbeS ewy Iatmdser. hredqm S I5.nadabl Isd miam. SUNDAY MORBINO, OCTOBER 4, 1868. Democratic National Ticket. FOR PRBIIDUNT: HORlATIO IEYM OU ., OP aEW TORE. FOR VICE PREa IDENT: FRANIK 1. BLAIR, OF MIsOURL. m.eesers she th ate N Lare 4.EO. W. ACIE......... ..............W. F. BL CKM N. ALTIBNATYI: DUL'IANT DAPO T ..........................E. J. ELLIS. iestrset mleet.vr t r O..sVaIsl Diutrat........ ATHOW RAMBOLL Iased . .. ........M. B. BRADY. ud .. .. ........CLARENCE WARD.I Frth ... ......... 8. POWELL nif. ... ....... X. GOODRICB. A LTERNATES: het Caesomnal District...... .W L. THOMPSON. Seryd .. . ........J. H. K5NNARD. 1o .. .. ......... N. wAL eth ....... . NORHN CULLOM. "ihk .. .... J. HARVEY BRIGHAM. INK TINEg AND TEE CAESCENT. We defended the Css E'NT'S 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. — 4 October 1868

pttamers 'attg _art W5s-rq. 4L ADVYRTIED IN TB DAILY c0=m0T* Sumday. estaber 4, RI t Toe ... . I c. OARRIs. Lockwood ........ A a ............... CLINTON Beck e..... ..... 8 Am ',.,a ..............BAFAOODA.AI. k'OC L aO 1)- A Meole .............. AIL OAT-OM ............. m oess. Oetkbee i. 1N.. Red River CtUBA Ne 1 Wilktso 5M........... I R•un ........... "..-NTRl'PKl.S_ ._ ...... PM WVetertg AM.....cMlrLBk r- ........... AM gPEClAL NOTICEI -Wow Oreeme Trol 'esphtesl tles "he Regular Mostbly M InIh of " &Satonm wtI ta B: . ar niDAY NO Inl v, Oct. 4, at It o'clock. t the 1+ ! corert "ar deaot ad Prdildo waste. Tb. altadance of every oeer and member I. requested I. P. BAIoLLAROEON, Sc. -- Bell dekstS IFlre Co(loss y. Me. IS - Pew Orlieans. October 34. 10 -Th officers and memher ,,f this (omray ae harsh ti(ed to attend the regur Motbly Neeting w INEUDAT MOmbINtl, thodtk iuetent, at o0 elaca. Punctual attesdance Is reqctedd By order. JoHN V. CRALIHi, Secretacy. b -Se. bern nea...

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 October 1868

Ahe qtr Orion 4eeta. OF IM iINiM oF TIE TY OF NEW O.lLEANI, SUNDAY m0o r1G, OCTOBER 4, ISIS. Ifr.. te AinItle, tw osobe ] Pamde a. BY BAYAND TAYLOL. Italy, loved of the son, Wooed of the sweet wind sand wed by the sea, Whe, stuo the atu n begun, Was other nheritance like onto the ? Splendors of sunoslee sad meows Flash from thy peek to thy bath in the brinse; Thine are the daisy Bnd rose, The grace of the palm and the strength of the pine; Orchard and harvested pla n; Lakes, by the touch of the tempest unstirred; Dells where the Dryades remain, And mountalis that rise to a mulesic unheard ! Generous gods, at thy birth, Beeped on thy cradle with prodigal hand Gifts, and the darling of earth Art thou, and wast ever, 0 ravishlag land! Strength from the thaoderer came, Pride from the goddess that governs his board ; While, in his forges of flame, Pephmstus attempered thine armor and sword. Lo! Aphrodite her zone, Winning all love to thy loveliness, gave; Leaving her Paphian throne To b...

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. — 4 October 1868

She tga entean5 (rwust. SFNDAT MORNING. OCTOBER 4, 18& LAWS F LOUISIlIL AN oACT T INCORPORAT Tag reOarW LOCI'IANA AND TlIAS RAILtURD COMPANY. WwnaUas, The Vikeburg, Shreveport and Texas Railroad Company did, om or about the Mrot day of Beptember, 1867, Ortgae It entire ralirosd, extending from the Misiippi river to the line of boundary between Loleiane and Texas, with its rights of way, lands, property, fraschises, rights, appurtenaoes, water stations, wareboses, depot and depot grounds, sad all the buildings, structures and Improvements, and the cars, locomotives, engines, wagos., machinery, fixtoures, tensile, implemeats and effstageterally of every nature and description whatever n se upon sld railroad, or in ay way attahed or ap. pertaisiag to the same, ete.; and Wnazass, All of maid described property, rights, privilege and frenchisel were sold at iberM' msale under as order of malsare ad sale granted under msaid mortgage, bacrtion I. Be it enacted y the Senate and rihr,,u ...

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. — 4 October 1868

0I NL WgtNM OF TM rri OF MW ALFANIS. a wWrTNs $&AL M@BUAT. ABID OI IIll IOIiI AI. roo ara a ofam a I seII a s l a. n., ra e at iinU*O 5abimbOs ein 5ase.banse, in. , 5. . OrASl . Ia el. t s n se a. a, as ermesmr coesr It huneam d Pd.s, lnhtam r -se onwe asisms en ed seom.. All in the arms of Autuan lyfag. Fediog owe roend her sighing, eanmer sick sad sad is dying. f Now no mre shedl she be seen, In the evening's doop sren. Weaving gards white and green. Fold her in a wiading sheet, b Woven dll blossoms meet, b For the shreod of maides sweet. Crimson rose sad lily white- d All she had of best sad bright, Long have vanihed from the light ! Gather Autnm'n palest lowes. Drunk with Autoan's softest sgpwers- Bring them to her lealde bowers. i There through witer's le gloom, 1 bo shall ret aso in a tomb* Sheeted mow shall bshrod her bloom Shroud her bloom, but not forever; c Mortals di, but season never. d When the chabes of WinteMver, pris shall wae her up asls, Lead her forth to hill...

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 October 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CREScENT. VOLUME XVIll TUESDAY MONIN OCTOBER 6, 1868. VOLU7IE XVIII- TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 6, 1868. NUMBER 4. L i ...... . -- II ___ __ia -- ___II_ i i u _ N • ima. eswag to tas psmllr md tmpeees t rse ans which they emeta, their peIaJer orgeptatioel me the oMeas Alspprmerm, se. ebjt to fr O merou Freedom arom Sose oeatri atoe a as small d  es to their happlam and woelfre for oam. am be lhal who re ilL Not eJly s. but o m of thee various Ieths. Comptaat can io be a eeld to ran on without ihvoiving tite gemme" hth of the laditid a, ad me leao prodaema PERMANENT SICKNLSS AND PREMATURE DECLINE, lNor l It pleasant to rots lt a physolei for the relief of thso varlons delicate affe' one, and only upon the most urgeet rcoeelty will a true woman to far eacrtfie her great eat harom as to do this :e sea will then thank as for panIng It their hands simple specifies wt.ehb will be found eacalow. In rellevinr and curing almost ae 7r o of those tromblesome ompletnt. pec...

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 October 1868

SPt ;4W @reCIPa Y4IU ACIAL JURNAL IF TLHE CITY OF NEW OLEAIM. 0. . IaexN. Uteer and Pre,0mme. o . ,WB..B CNAMP .TrE,. 3W= DAILY cio so mmegwou, tsab meas puat se-e. w am as Mtw tn t me.set 11sera s. es.. -- -*W ** * as. "n&& .e ess mseas M se "" Nmt. U . ai. J I .. II N I II •in m -s wemm - .ts urn Sat. pew, m , . m.m.. w •an deal tea e s. eIt ut, a w I m U mu m oss ma u semtei aou i t s o Iks emea lewi er b smbiem am aem* aul sewm. is eamseil , shS be% elnew" Sdinsemasbs sb.oe ae..ed tiauedin sems M mug be agsepmem padded. laasnreasem emeasses se Mseew mr Maet. £sUbmtedmaseben asbaggmmabes - le sensememi M . Ie opmrA o VIIIM m Raea K IngheI. a a everem md mee of mad seme t f be sublsddz emedsme nmemseostl. a "sme in the ras emsple s b tea 'tmesael . am.e n .. .. -' . " " 1 - «.. * tI I [OFFICIAL I NIMOCRATIC STATE COIVEIWTre, THIRD DAY. The convention met pursuant to A4dournment Preseat, the Bon. Andrew 8. Herron, presmenteo the coavetion, a the oibmr. The president laid be...

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 October 1868

INSIIURANCE *sman Ma allRwlLs ew es _- p -'-Y ht ib egof a bIit Is asasemur web I·· as seemea dras Obase aw Teaas tnemams for me y -a Sidbl1 lab. emar, 1 * *.. ..33e mart. ................................... I r S- a r. P m............. =3,3 s liver IP e e ................ 1amer 1 L . seamsereneas.............. I 1 -d lmeid Pm ...........................S I a ImN n..- ..................... Iwn n am med ....................... 4.4 ageout l mw of as............. a« s;s Tea and Intral .M .......... ... 4 ipesedm. rl. .. a .... l Di.s .. AmMt ............................ ,s,10 a lz par anLt Iaterue n e>atmeadieg m md u . saed I...................S 1147 I 2%9sn.s kite. m t ea feia RAt.. ..... Iw4 . pint f it traI theIrmm o -am sO.mupi., m.mataee Iepted tby tei Bmar otf reots.. an.. dal..., abe amp N·ub Oamptl o e o . 1y. Invested to assp a.t lammes Qempu»........« w I D a i.k l tP. t anMt ......... IM heemadam aem 3............................ 11111 a il a.................. ..........

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 October 1868

5hscm' Ifu N@r ewa01 M a aL JIUNI , -r a sPY nA . tI e. ocrat iX.. Km.oml Ti *cet. a 1 ,s asser ft r. s t Wg10p. $ aele e. I a s utn m sons Wo sssens rpa-ECMs eer aurase t1 inse..u a bsmbentabr benesm TUESDAY 5O31W ,O OCTOBER 6 18668. 0 Democratic National Ticket. FOR P3ESID3IT: HORATIO IBSEYOUR, r or SBW TORE. YOU VIC rPasIINT:3: FRANK P. BLAIR.K OF MlIOORL t 1eetors" fo se t* ea e KwO i eo. W. 3acA . ... ................. . LA AN. A LTII A TE:I: DrIA, T DaPOSIT. ................. .. J. I Psetrt sraeeters r i O C..pns l I DItIet........A3HONT AMSOLA. ed .. ........ a. BIADY. bear .......... CLA Wor IlD.] l t ...... a.... . r. POWSLL t . .. ....... . OOG D( lOF. ALTEIRNATEKR: sS Ocanpmeule District....... W L. TH')MPSON Mewdl .. ......... JH I5ARD. ist . .. ........ H. H. WALSH. P.rtk .. .. .....E. NORTH CCLLO. a ......... J. M n MA5 . Fer om·reees Fi IM trt ................ .L I . MARTIN. S.a .. ... ........... ... CALSES ItITN . hid ..................... AD L BAILSY. PIeS ........

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 October 1868

eamrm r meaug fort s. AN AVrrMI TED DAILYT CHAAT* TueMee. **seaW S. IS Sd... ............ .l. A-,t .......... od C A ..........S. C A s 1. ... wRad v er.......CUBA 9k6I wln bl-- .......... 5 lraI ..........I Rl edI .. -- .......... l w l .......... .IA . ". 'n. IME. sPnIat L NOICL . C ]e T7l a W a n tda. Owr lWg i, arne, Sr aesq o preed dlS ?O MiS fLb ItT su rsW e bbs prasl lbs fams t tes 5t D, M o d ws. -O ... aw t. :soea.gILs. mrwd lbs aI.-ratm u b ,,.e. .....l. t O . . . 4k4q mmL uhu.EL. b1ros 11 ]mwo . riv Cm pacDl nb41 5she. ir O t 'l os e6• a d 1'.I of twU...s o l s r " ...ba .s Ii ellolw. to.ii IblosYt at th s llew .w i lw pha. L1 s D~ I Kliiii.P -- w Norsl dui t OWile of s am10we ar saJ d pw Ail Iv.o atO rs wa t be thueir Le1 Dige.p .a. pelra imesib srsal.t tNrolwýlwCwr> iteATI. ,55- TZtl .T r ETA ,(o sh  hlo.b l. ot ls rp*lu n i t, f 005. bm a es l psoes as a., l bs lal n sIdei m Do . .Cal im. bs uds Ls lbs prsosdla d •1 U LAYTOW, PiOid . Jo-r, . D osasm Chb...

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 October 1868

I ht 3p I4 Orln4 tani gFFIKM IOUIU *F t IE TY OF IW OURElA TUEIPDAY MaIU O, OCIOBUS 6. Ime. 1AWd IF Lh1N1Mhl. [.We 1I1 AN Ahr TO TAE aAK rms OP TEW QtALTfIrD OTU0S OF TrE PAIIMt O CASLaLL Al TO EE1 A CT 0 nrC AIaI o E 1351r a eAt 01 Js. TICd AT FL*D, O N5VIWO YiW S AMe rims TO TIB TOWN OF POVIBMIC3 O TO ILTON, ON Tna Insamrt . nasa, Ir sATra aIralJ Brzcvto 1. Be it eaMed b the senate and oeour sef Reinr eeastfafis of the P ae of Louiui ana in General IAsnmbly conmveed, That in order to take the ses of the qualmed voters of the perish of Carroll as e e d aey of re taming the nest of j stlee at , or removing the same either tthe town of Providence or to EMll platlsUn, a the Mshllpi river, Io said parish, poll shall be opened at the same tim of the dentll eleeeis at te several elecUoa preate sumd Sic. . Be it r enrded. etc., That the cotnnmela ore of elat shall deposit is a sp ralte ballot box, to he provted for that purpose, the ballots of all quae elester as asresid offered by them...

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 October 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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 6 October 1868

wRIC ma M oW CITY IF NEW EAI. TUMISAYm IOMlIs . 00tB 6. IllS. ABVmiO igA.r  T J DAT. Ot II a . a e s m fit . .. s s . Igon erY. la. sINp a O p srit. a  "'- .-ba a Mb ip,, •-----~ lime ma as, Thie is a sor teilt vruleop a to i ee Ia onevement in Sesasl circles. Gold opad is NeW Tookt sa alg at 1, t% ek6rtMm astwdy evenng. At 12 M. It was v Ma 139 , ad a . Ix. it .ele.d .at 1. move- t mest In t mokes has bs to a ooseailnrMe extenat. rt disolose het 1tIle o di fro.e the k S r *My. al 1 r $16o04d gMOOD do. at 199' $10 ad $000 do. at 139j, fla $90, ad do. at1i. Saso e ier aoe.~ , 7t Amseues blvso at U$; 6 d500ea do at 1$. We so iot Gold d as ede movement sO staring and O)Ulage ot commercial bll, are utir, but the futtios of Gold i New York scaue great reg0yalry in rates. The demsad, how ever, contiusse as will be see by the r, nbjolsed etatals sls b traspired to-dy. hi via : £11000 beak at 151 51500 sal Ltao 7.59., 1-.1. . mad .:. 7 days, at 3.791. We now quote semnally b ta h titag...

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. — 7 October 1868

-· It 'THE YB 1 1y ýý ý.I ·· VOLUME XVIII- W"gs l DY or:flPQ. M R N C. ..TO........ .....~~~·- "' . .." .... ... . ." .... .. ..,' " -n :i , nen,· "   ,,-,,. , ''  " THE OEE8OE M DIPATOHEm NEW YOa.L ]IMENNI DER)JCITIC EXITING. srillsas scam. I gabes Square law You, Oct. 6.- The meting Ies migh was tgo pr_ ts ever beld w th ly. II oxpeeond .eMM we re the tntieIb i ptrleesi . Aer So " was / d by th dadehpMer f litLdJol ounie exteded tee miles. sees n Dal squre was grand. The silk saen reprwmed Se Tmpe of Liberty. she quare was briliantly il h a stringI of igt stretched to Tmm y Hall. The streets Ste vicinity seemed literally oan re with Icalcum liu , rocket, fire pal stings and balloos. M an sta nd facIsn Broadway was the center f attraction oaie of T.many HallU, although ere were si othr ads at wr h apeoh wmn tade to the mnIIm threuo. The crowd. which te roughly estimated at Ibit a milloe of m' a, woven sad obildres, s othed compactly dwa Broadway to Eevet Iw sght as the runt...

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