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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 October 1868

FFIoAas IOL F TIE WllY NEw K MUM trl SA.TUDAT i G.S, OCTOM 17, l UR. om am* ** d...emem es am sek 41111 C. nzo on$sT or, A . TOa A - TS I ca. tam I AND LASS CITIa OP THE WW /ROULD 0O e OrlAT OOiMM. IrCI LT i . [Prom the roi Tes, ath. the he chmber of com of New Or at t resolions wiob are sbjolaeod a no exP oa .A USPOLUTIONs 1To B3 ORSD AT TrE DO33 C BA3 W e AT CINCIN3A3T.I. "Wasnis, The itties of the Misspp valD ey m are al deeply onterest o d tham ts vast com merce T should be divteetd b rtcal chanels from ts " W .of TrdThe cit ies of the great lke are opewise interted in the development o a diret cl commerce with the tropics sad isthmus of enral that America, by their , i river ad Canal rotes ne to the EAll of Mexico; the city of Nppw Orles, mob as te grea port and thot of this ommrtanrt s commerce. demsIrtd hber l hut nnels from c oer the ala ofl t en tdny w her to thewe sister citles sadof to the growing ae - e lions which nterround them, the hoamber o oo-dit c merce of New Orle...

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. — 18 October 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS: ESCENT. VOLUME XVIII SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1868. NUMBER 64. THE ORBEOEUNT DIBPATOHES. llON WAgS=lIDTO . weenbkly Vlsaete esaiemeua--iP 0.,4ev g. iemary oe*ke ILmest FsPbaers. WAsusmevON. Oct. 17.-Evlas has returned brom New York. He had as lnterview with the president and toboleild to day. Internal revenue receipts to-day 360,000. The weekly fiancal statement of the treasury sbows: Fractleasl ourrency receipts 546 000; shipped to New Orleans $100000; to New York $100,000; to Loulsvelle and Ciacinnast U50.000 each; natioeal banks $250.000; Securities held for otrculatlng national bank notes $342,000,000; for public deposit. $38,000,000. National baok otes leaned daring the week $111.800: actual circulation this date $299,000,000; fractional car rency redeemed during the week $500,000. Geo. Sherman has ilaned a field order calling atteatlon to the bravery and gallantry of certain a*eers and men of his command in recent ights with the lndians. He makes special m...

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. — 18 October 1868

te pa e um qmusL. WFFICAL OUIUMAL OF TIE CITY OF NEW LEAIIS. I I "x . Is S re med Vewesee.. OvWL, Ie. fa OAT6 aJ ZP R . 2MI DAILY GBmOUM etr -a m r so umm" s meea mp te. a gegmentº gas rule ssegii Ns am s...... s nW. s n. - u . oooo.e. vm e asor asea nee. L .:' " " .. M a". I ..mi a :: an In:: in d n teso-etrd As shdre aec& uI eas ParSh se meatohly a,,WstWmesma eam e, Pw -'- ..w. goep- -ea. smdas eItImsemts, m meth raem r ts popem, sm 1%0l and limer pg st l mtdsemenl, eal is. ImUes, l N per pam.a Inqian. utiaier sd.uti, , was d.mvbes gelo, a- be saeSd No assm be.m shawe eamen $eaI.US rawu m nw be yeai ehw; pISes, UMias a. msaia meb dea mum U msepll esm.s m A. bemMast entbemrnis mast be aid ts lasdameas &al SveMtes e at matked oe amy speaied saumbe of aMeams wti be pebib d ael Mases and dareed aseordtiagt. UIMbil with samer adersledae shb l be readeed maetbl. sm he be ss We mussgsi by er 55a5.ea seam. VIS W.~KLY ORmIOEN' A pndb"e ese17 gaturda amnug. Ueheariputa, i5 eememao...

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. — 18 October 1868

SUNDAY MORmIWO, OCTOBSB 18. 1068. 1 he Leass see7. The shadows of the little wood Closed round as is the burning noon, The loneat shadou s of the leaves Yet tender with the geen of Jne. And there, while l a happy dream, We wandered lawerd from the sun, Windli sad toring at our will, The fasses story was began A story prodigal of love, Of youth, and beauty been of youth; Of sorrow tempered by romance, And trial glerified by truth. Lona, los ago it all had chanced Or was it hply passing then It might be true of any time tneo women were belred of men. I listened, yet I did nat heed; A rippling role* was all I heard, Tbt. softly cadenoed. had for me The msale of a singing bird. The tale went on, the voice I heard, Yet all that I recall I. this That earnest faee, those dreamy eys, The altte moeth too sweet to kiss. The tale wenD on, with many a pause, With frequint outbursts of delight, As breaks aad openings of the wood Its hidde beauties gave to sight. A pheasant asmsd across or pat...

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. — 18 October 1868

Sit sJim Orleans qwtut. OFFICIAL 10URNAt OF THE CITY OF NEW 01LEAN. . . NXOer. Dwlee eme ývse a OarrI E, 5, ds daxP grB U SrTeW!l mSU..ea s, IB onvss ; SM; hlfgi, M; 4/mmt., N. steste e.ssm, .en. stssa WaLx OIss.e Pl m" aers fi.s shlrt s N. bwIshrr iis adansu. SUNDAY MORNIGo, OCTOBER 18, INS. Democratic Natiomal Ticket. FOR P3ESIDBST: -ORIATIO SBEYM OURI OF IEW TORL FO VIE PraIsIDEaNT: P'RANIC P; BLAIR, OF MsIBOURL mleetors ber the Smate as Large I CEO. W. RAC ........................W. F. s BLao E . ALTBN3ATES : DURAIT DAPONTE ....... ..... ......... J. ELLIS, MlSet ssoeeters t That Cosgrtsloa DlIrMW........ANTHONTY SABOLA. s0d0 .. ........ B BRADY. ird .. .. ........ CL&AENCS WARD. e.arth .. .. ........8. J. FOWLsLL wUI .. .. ....... P. GOODRICH. ALTEREATES : rest C.asrseme District........W. L THoxPom  Sea.d .. ........J. H. KENNARD. Third .. . ....... H. I W aLit . ert .. .. . .. ........ NORTH CILLOM. athh .. .... .J. H. BAIOHAM. For Ceacrems t irt Ditri.....................

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 18 October 1868

ithawers Jeaut rt Is-Vgai. AD ADVEUTED DI DAILY OTInMWT. s.nday. et$.kem 1$. 1Bt1B' .. ... ARLAN. l ................. Al ...............MAIL soTl-0.s ....... ... M oa..ar. Ofot er 0e. 10O6. 1N lrver........... UI. 1 Ne, Isobar............. low eeae.......... NNEAI 1.15s O *tbo ...... 4 jl r .. ... ...... A IL oBOAT-ris ............. l 1" I4PIC IAL NOTIICr b. - oelewI--.' of Orl, M1. . A. Calp ter 1n I-The mcrne and weombseesoftli Chapter are ne, u.tierd thot the ReiLlar Cemmuaskete ar held EI KiR MO DA Y at 7 r. t. iGrand Ledg, Me l H L Puoc Soal attredenre rr tj d. P. A. DENTZEL, Br.retor,. - ebeew Eduea lhm Uoeletty.--T seer rbool Blenldlgl of this T. tity. s tetled oe 'teltiop street, betweent. t('larle and Pry ia trat will be oes TL4 PAY (lday) from 10 A. to 6 r . for te lospecteon of tie fTeds .sd ptroes f th the titutlon ad the publio g rally, A cordael etllbU Is ezieded b aLl JO. d OBSR , Becretary. -NImewel--B. Irn.e a  Ce.. Cot.st paete,, have removed he No t Ito Ne. 6...

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. — 18 October 1868

8ht 4o OrTonIs ctutlt OFFICW JUIINA F TiM CITY OF NtW ORLEANS SUNDAY MORNnGO, OCTOBEBR 18, LaS. [OtICIA.L BTATE LEGIBLATURE. Q IXETY-PFIT-I DAY. sarT-tAa, October 17, 1898. The Isenate was called to order by the preesidenst at 12 o'clock M. The roll was called, present the following memo bers: Anderson, Antoine, Bacon, Beares. Braugh-, Campbell Coeplaad, Day. Frauools. Patch, Jenks, Jewell. Kelso. Lewis, Lynch, Monette, O'Hira, Packard Pinchbeck, Polniexter, Pollard. Ray, Smith, Thompson, Todd, Whitney, Wilcox, Witt. genstein 27. Prayer by the chaplain, Rev. Mr. Turner. On motion of Mr. Ray, the reading of the mla ates was dispensed with. SPECIAL OnDEs OF THU DAY. Boose bill No. 8, an act relative to notaries pub lic, was taken up where left on a previous day, after its adoption as a whole, and read by its title. Mr. Campbell-I move that the bill be consider ed en rossed. Mr.Bascon- I move that the bill be postponed until the next regular session. Mr. Campbell-I move to lay the moti...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 18 October 1868

She *49u ~A5M 4(qwtnL SUNDAT MOBH) INO OOTOMBI IS, isM. Fw the erw ortne nsea. x .sss] IT ITA. I saw a vessel cleave the tide, And from her prow a sweiME rank Of water wreathing to the bank. That rushed against lts asked ide, And striking so it et ead died. But in the moment of its de'b Aprambled frageent fell beneath, And, mingling muddily, It died. O crystal river, rippling wave, And clouded death, are ye alone As to my careless sight was shown, Whilst I my upward travel drayve ! Or do ye tell of love that lost, That, swelling, rose in girlish breast, And, rippling onward, found its rest, Dishonored where it trusted most ! October 5. 18R. S eammable eeumeas. From the Ouachlta Telegraph. Oct. 14: The following is a copy, rerbaiti et o itertim,, of a letter in the hand writing of Captain Frank Morey, which has come Into our possession. We will make affidavit that the original in our posses. ilon is a genuine doeument. Bad as we have believed the Radical leaers of Oachita to be, we...

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. — 18 October 1868

h u eltar ms raent OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 18, sIn. 1 AUWCTION ALI MONDATW. y0r Te aTERN a BROS. Sn, at 10 o'dclak A. a. at No. 3 )I45e5..sad 96 uravew 551. boos obees sete. IBRa T MASH sair. at 11 '5l55 A. a. a5 sal5 es *aw L Chartsmd erdid.e farltwa T1E OON1TABLE ts, at o'sloek s., at S.a 1li Loes Msa .trat two tih cow . SUe. aet .w.m e. e a sees. LOCAL POLITIW. JIesrass R lread luhb eseradte sad wreanh Fameetattlea. B aing alid in yesterday morning's paper that we wtIid accept an lovitation to attend the tornout of 'his club, we did soe, sad glad are we that we were enabled to perform so pieaesant a duty. Tale club at the beginning of this oampaiga were the relptlents of as elegant silk banner. at the hands of te ladles of Jefferson City. Again, last might did theu non-property holders, the sturdy yeo aInary, turn out 826 strong, to receive two ele gant wreaths and a handsome guldon. Prsuning their order of march they arrived at the ...

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. — 20 October 1868

THE NEW OtRLEAINS URESCENT. VOLUIME XVIII TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1868. NJMHBER 55. THE ORERGEsI'B DISPATOEB. No (bhage of Freot--Ceede Defeated. NO NECLSSITY FOR A NOVEMBER SESSION-SEATS TO BE CONTESTED. A CONGRESSMAN ARIE,STED. The Destruction of Arms near Iemphis. Dispatch from Governor Clayton of Arkansas. GALE I LAKE WSIII*---TELLOW FIVES AT THE SAPE VEs ISLAIIIS. WAsirnoTo . Oct 19.-It Is known to the mili tary authorities here that the arms destroyed on the Hesper at Ca Island, were parehseed bs the governor of Arkasasu and eastor MoDasald. of that State, on speoulation, thinking that the Legis latnre of Arkansas would buy them. It lI not be lieved that armed resistance to the existing State government is contemplated from the fact that the arms were destroyed and not reserved for nse. There will be no change of candidates and no third party. Covode is defeated for Congress, but will con test. Ile clailrs that 300 fraudulent votes were cast. WAernoroTs. Oct. 19.-Colfax ...

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. — 20 October 1868

IFFICIAL JOIRNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, S. . EIIX I Is ses msad Pwesaer. OmI", No. S CA"M WruZB ". WHEI DAILY ONalOENT U- £ 1 ToaNI1s-MUYeaae sap"a. far ea""m, a eae Ia. SIn aMt .f 119 I": ..t..s. a n sans, s o" o.p:es. 1 m  '" mat.s i mem... meas.. matha wl ""010"" N M M B'*:: M ::: 1 : I d_ .. Is " 1 - N**. Is ." 4 n I Ml ld lM. abeN l o . moml" serussse11 s mI.orde ss ersq .5erday. N e 1i11 ead Verkag mesbmew sadv enssmes. sae eseems, e: t rm w ra ymedas senalmemmes, kvbeas me l m. of o wm a hat Adubrti niskMes, ed staterwas lSbe aged w ian 8an t ene ase mr advmlessa, who "dvru liarey, a1.u1 be anwed A£ b-bms asoi l .dwa e obe aingso d s m SPer 1ti, a.hie mblss m f - a eamso adeslmeasa m at be psal or I ad imaes £n awesdailmta 5ee imnud fee my speelled nsmbe of aawW be ubleIdas amsd dberged serdtntagly. l mweH wealar edartlesre abo11 be rwdered meatiap. s""e is the spaI aomped by tlea lmes aend aLe. a pubhbed every Satrday merasg. kAbnl.pmt.a, S Me S . I advaae; bailf-y...

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. — 20 October 1868

he %tm erltm aar trst TUEBDAY MORNIOG. OCTOBEU 20, IBS. THIE PLATFORMl or 0a National Demooratio onvention Adopted July 7, 18ee. The Demooratic party, Ia aitional oonventl3 assbembed, re ng its trnst in the inteltgeaee, patriotism and discrimUi jtice of the peo ple, standleg upon the o eon as the fosnds Lon sad lminstOon of the powers of the govern meat, and the guarantee of the liberty of the osta ,en, and retcognizing the questions of slavery and eetession se having bees settled for all time to come by the war or the volantary action of the 5outhern Stalte in coastitatiooal oenventions as sembled, and never to be renewed or reagitated, do, with the return of pesee, demand : First-lmmedaate resteration of all the States to their rights in the Union nuder the Conautution, and of civil government to the Amertoas people. Seooed-Amnsety for all the past political offenses, and the regulation of the elective fran. chise in the States by their citiseas. Third-Paymentof the public debt of...

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. — 20 October 1868

th Xrm erleans estcuntl FFCIt tFMAL OF THE CITY OF NEW OREANS. O. o XOX. m Near sns Prvle.s , SF7ICr, N. ae CANP 5r3T1. WTmw Uarubsewni.a..b a gs; MEr iM;.p inintep, sT. alast *Iaat. s uaiwpeaim 5A tnvariably Is advsm.. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTO R 20, 1M3. Democratic dNational Ticket. FOR PFESIDEIT: HORATIO *BYM OUR, orF NW TOLL FOR VICE PKReIDENT: FRANK P. BLAI.R, O NTUSOURL meeto.s eor he ntase as argel 030. w. RACE....................... .F BLACnKAL ALT3XNATES : W tlRAN DaPOTE .......................... J. ELLIS. DiMtrles Electors a First Cougresaalol District........ ANTHONY SAMBOLA. Seeond .. .. ........M. B BRADT. Third .. .. ........CLARENCE WARD. earth .. . ........a. JPOWKLL Fith .. .. ......... . OOODBICH. ALTsENATES: Tirt Congressen District ........ W. L THOMPON. eeod .. .. .......J. H. KINNARD. Third .. .. ........ LH. Forth .. . ...... E NORTH CULLOM. Fifth .. .. ........ J. H. BA IHAM. For COmarems I First District ........................LOUII ST. MARTIN. ond ..........

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. — 20 October 1868

!tamr 3ka.mtg prt W-p. M ADYNBTUP~ D IN VW DAILY (m0Wa. yTneesa. eeeer sI, | L vla 7....s.i.. . s.. ...........7 1 ............. J  _wi,-a ......... l 1,e.......:... LICK W.1 ORT. Dam .... PI Ometa .........I UTAWANNA. rntke .......... 5 Pl WaterIng P ... LA , Wsemm. 5 ..I........0 A Maui. . ... . MAL oAT- ...-..... rPM SPEc.IAL NITICE.o 'T. olfero sod Meebrot this Ame.eln aro respectfully AlT.tri * ne otn55s O TU DAYT ITKDIBG. luh Inst., t 7!{ o'clock. by endeI 7. EI WALON, President. J. HowAtn GOOarwa, Ieeraty. -- CoeDase'o'lai ,.space Comma-- &&a metlng of tho ý ee ofDltrecteo. held on the lln iniste, Wale Hntiten ms eese e Berer , In piace of Oeo. O. Sweet Iq., resiged (10. O. o WET, seeastery pro tern. - Lelaisuas Srate Ix Per Cent. Lewee oSands-Tbe Commons due Po Imber 1.88, an the Leaniesea Itate Siz Per cent Leves Bonds will, t maturty. be oaid Kt the Banking House of Pik. Lateye 1 rother. New Orleas, Ia., nS thbe Dank of New Tork. New York city. AN. DUIBUCLET. ...

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. — 20 October 1868

N NiWI F laYOF NI M.. *. IU hPA3. . OCTOBE !o, 18se$. tonWWQIAL l STATE LEMILATURI . 2IIIETY-SI-TH DAY. Moeart, Oct 19, 1868. The Baente we eeed to order by the presldea at 1 o'loek, x. The roll was called; present, the following mmbers: Anderone, Antoine, Baeo, Bearm, Bragha, Campbell, Compland, Darrell. Day, Pot, Viu. cob, Patch. Jenks. Jewell, Keleo, Lewis. Lynch, Monette, Ogden, O'BHaur Packard, Pinchbaok, Poindexter. Pollard, Bay Smith, Todd, Whiteyf, Wilcox, WittPensteie-s0. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Clark. O0 motlon of Mr. Ray the reading of the minutes was dispensed with Mr. Bay from the committee on the judiclaiary, reported unfavorably eae Senate bil No. 161, as act for the relief of W. W. Handlin. Mr. Darrell, from the aeremeat eommltse, reported as daey enrlled Beaste bill No. 131. Mr. O'Hars, from the oomamttte o elections and returns, presented the following miolrity re port: Bea. realdedt d Members at the Senate ef Lesnllas: In the emse of George W. Began vs. L H. Day, ...

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. — 20 October 1868

eetVe their per diem sad mleage from the eme menoemeut of the contt to the ead of the preent sedlon. M = 11_ ask fer a epenionn a the rules to iftrodnee a resolaes. Rnule euspoended ead the folowin read: aRmsoae That a mttse astliled to it during rees shall not be permitted to rent room or eploy atrs, unless specially ordered by the 1es vet. Mr. Antoie-I sask for 5a IapenMao of the tuors to introduce a resolution. nulles suspended sand the following read : esotoed. That the committee on elections and returns be sad are hereby anthored to continue r. ssion during the tim that my elapse be taean the adjournmeat of thi anad the next seeion of this enaste, for the purpose of taking etidesee In the contested election ease now be. fore that eomlettse, with e(view to be prepared tq report on same at as early day of the nexout sei of thin body; Pro , No member shall rreelve any per diem for any day the eommittee are set aetualy in sesson; and that the wa:ra3t clerk s hereby authorized to dr...

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. — 20 October 1868

Sht eas rian rttn ed c MSa OF TI cY OF NEW Un . TUESDAY MONING,. OCTOBER O,20. 18. AUlCTISEi A&&m" DAT. l AaO C Narre ases. ml mas ºI m ia. 11 o eort al .r P. lme lahle ea a __-, l nme amermams m eIeh epe. ,tVro (rItans Pontg ~parlt. Otcs" vrsaiNs. OIL O Nt L.Ml There is no material variation to notice the movement in the Money market. Gold opened in New York this morning at 136:. against 1371, the celOdng rate Saturday. At 10:30 A. x. it was quoted at 1361; at 12 . It stood at 1374 and t 3 . m. It closed at 1374. The movement in this mar ket han .een of a very limited character and total transactione embrace only the following, vis: $6000 and $5000 Gold at 1371. $1000 do. at 1371. $3000 and 10.000 do. at 1371, and $2000. $5000 and $10.000 do. at 1374. Nothing reported in Slver sad we now quote Gold 137®@137j, Americas Silver coin 1340136 and Mexican dollars 140142. Fonssow ExcaUees-Owing to the decline in the rates of Gold in New York the movement in Sterling and France ha...

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. — 21 October 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS cRESCENT. VOLUME XVIII WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1866. NUM Females. ewing I the pen lar d important reltistsa whleh they sustain, their peulior orgealsatIon, and the onees step perform, are subject to malhy afferlang Freedom from these aotrlbutae I no small d gree to their happlnem and welfare, for none sea be happy who se ilL Not only so, but no one of there varlons Female (o mplalntsaesnlong be nfered to run an without involving the general health of the lndvid al, and em leng produc'ng PERMANENT SICKNESS AND PREMATURE DEC.INE. Nor Is it pleasant to consult a physiclan for the relief of these varuious delicate a tffeoos, and enly upon the most argent cecesity will a true woman so r acrifice her gvoe nt harm so to do this. The sex will then thank as for placing in their bands simple specis, Which will be tofound eoesaccu In relieving and cui sg almost every one of those troublesome complaints pecullr to the sex. 1HLMBOLD'S EXT''ACI On BUGHU. Hadreds suffer on...

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. — 21 October 1868

gSh gq @rfqIs ascenut FFCAL 100MlNAL THE CITY OF NEW ORLMEA . . . E .s IrmII m Wee rr s wae osuc . akt o ur Mrana r WUE DAILY OUILORZW .m asem , S.. l . ...em t al .ml. st l el as. " "m :: " IN No"U " a.. Us no r s . "': n:: : a: :: .... S - ** ** ** °** ::e IW ::e ay sb dah es swe s as Ube" rata S m .d u.. sae .a. , s.. a Wees ag nestls, hulas teaf tae lam esns mei $1 N Per sepes et seoemfom s , rmem runs ms .ere aft fn emeak m Samo. i mama unmper swaess. MeI s q astegww umqnmg Agsgmrdwrsaem. sees tdvelargelshylln be aoeeem ant dwnsmuml nawNwm ana trnese fwes so mar be m qnesma sereindm, m o a se all - ast duems a.M mn,_ on nS -S ma sr ---am. U&Ie u isbess s «e atvhe begu N ha bee/ Nsft pmai t w r maeve u I, t ,im adm eo as.sm;i a wee, ntWss mein adsI emdr 3Mn ams Aam madamggaseisnmbmm tw tgbe ageemi Usmb Mmosle will be pdblihhedizl Mngs adsirgda g.ssnglp, bM sa wu bo pasld rm id sa dmmduw . WIE WXRLY GRýOECW " mswae emase saowy mae aon sabseapines, Is mamia srease t bdlf-g...

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. — 21 October 1868

WEDNESDAY MORNINGO. OC( BEB 21, 188. Qommtrdal Intlt i ugne. s I Ot u, a MDdr u rumdy lesa, ore. 35, m. i Bviw OW Tsn MaNr ..4'-The eral trade d of the city has shown but little eaolmaio sinoe 1 the date of our lasrt review. The movement in 1 CottoS has been of a moderate extent, at slightly a lower prices. Tobacco has been Inactive but f Steady. In Sugar and Molasses we notioe the first d d arrivals of the new crop of the BSate, but they a Sbe been too light to alord any indLcation of the F probable opening prices of the season. Bread etu7s have been quiet and prices uasteady. Pro- n vtalDns have remautat itall, business being q Ie eerally confined to a local or Jobbing trade. P The Money market has disclosed no material I change. Forefg Exchange has exhibited alight 1i degreeof aunimtion, but at very irregular rates, p and Domenste Exchange hae poen dealt in to some extent at steadily advancing figures Corron -The only alteration to notice in the rs movemeit in the leading stapl...

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