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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 23 October 1868

9 4p O®rlans ttent. OFFICAt IOUIMNA OF TUE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 23. 1i61. LAWS OF UUiMSIANL (No. 156.] JOINT IRYOLYSOT 1PPOINTINIG A COMIiTra TO Id YEPTIATA TaiE LEPuRT OF TE ROBAND JUST Or TVa ealsl OLr o .AINi, CONOESNieO sCOUNU M CART?, IPt W JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, O LIAIx, seU sEAjUl WaalAts, the gad Jury of the parish of Orleasn hte made thfollowing report concernng fgeaet cCarty, a jwtioe of thl peace of Algiers, to wi t. That we would respectfully all the atten tion of the Legislature to Mr. Eunlee McCarty, pfthjustice of the pace, right baek, who in our ppimon is totally unit for the posito whieb be new holds; nstead of belg the conservator of the -pease, he is seinag directly to the conkrmy, cans Jig or being tba.ause of disturbances In Algiers. There havhe.4 sveral bgesof mtrfueasce in office b a egaiss him drting one term of servke by diferent eltienas of Algiers, whIho cases are sow pending aganst him in the First District Court. We request that...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 23 October 1868

- - -- - -- - - P1ANt( L--E WING IACOBIB. A. . MIaACA ras U 'P roPUramE, LIOWr OF EVI UAL mEOORAN1 DM Whese a" Res em oler ias Rare Asms en 6Wm P OeR GGANS ld irl SROADWI,. NEW YORl, 104 omm iSbes. lea Mimpbi, mw Diai.wu . P ................. PIAse m Ms. PIO , teoeal .ah a trha of guam Re ed der eUeP I0b l. P.w wOlTrad I II Olelmene ar. bvle aOiL. Er. VOY BOFR WASD AWARED O 0A.3EDA a tie d eud sMe. Odeat, t o :sao ow,, ef ta ree W PIANO mash [efte U ,e 86" GUS.. VON WOL GRamD TIRUNP amr LL oAs03 iAN1OS ID EUROPr AND AMEICWA. IboAE1O nO PO5? timeda b"e/ M s thewd koe seIda to be the rbe LeemUieem en fter a tdbel wUSJVrI le oh tAeoerb P anoe If.61 _U a~mth ro h e~ue ir t bu, we o da Ale- Si ell. a il , oft e sn h 1 ani ost Tan TWi uosr stay 8 r (r ben str. gres New. 7 OlAS E deo. l PHYCrm I tAfllolguoaeime, HD UHI : I t. O tetar Reds e . N. PutE W. be OWee MO liee. 33 3Mane, DetIee. ed SWh wllre a a remedy swllde s c Ja Eweele. s san NoEm W Oreeaes. O dwan. PaIewa Dewsee nd Om ,...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 23 October 1868

FCa M L 0F T MCY F N EW o~ num.NL died I a *w TI ons i.in o eosa A 12. * Ss1. At co.we eas 10%L . t.. N Ms The royaltrand Date Alexis, of Rands, willot had I reach this n right away having been ast o'o ashore tt Jt land coa-t. Thr Jouae e author of a French mannal of gno- Creel graphy, to bwhlhb the French minister of Public ben instrueios aawarded a prime, says that CI- T cin nati Ioa town on the Ohio rver," "St. a a Louis a OGeman settlement, and prtp al, noted for its fur (rde," and " New Orleans is the Paris ma of A merle and, next to New York, the most oon regis siderable t we in the United States." I dAboulahe has been informed by the ministof t public insnlctioU that he will no longer be per- a mitted to cur at the Unversit o_ Fanoe Cro- r the history of te American Conrstituto. e-u o tain enators of the empre complained founryars point ago of the tone of Laboulaye's lectutre. A. a Enfantt Carrier, a leading deri.-mondaine, of rt Paris, received a birth-day gift from her "p...

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. — 24 October 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VO M VIII. SATURDAY MORIN. OCTOBER 24 1868. VOltME XVIII. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2.4, 1868. NUMBER 49. Females, oesua to the peorCar and aipeat rendmtes which they umtain, their pmsl eerp l heeaad the plem T the perform, are sroae to many amfl~a Freedom from ibe ematrtho la I r aml deoga to their happLaiem ad welfars, for momea. a be happy who are iL M ealy me, but a seof thee various Vemals plawl iaesaleesbesuffered to rn e without Itvovi g tM guar" health at the la L id al, Pad we leag produciag PERMANFNT SICKNLSS AND PREMATURE DECLINE. NO Ior Is it pleasant to consul* a physician for the relief of these various delicate affectio, and only upon the mosat rgenc t oecetty will a true woman so hr merice her great at aru e as to do tAlL The sex will than thank as for ol plaelng in their hands simple speettes, which will be tonad of demcktso in rditeving and ear.ag almoet every one of those 8 troublesome complalate peculln to the sex. qol -- Uni C NELM...

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. — 24 October 1868

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. 4. . A O ldsa"eHr mad LseIee**. o ou IU We. r 6 oAim P C Sr T. +H DAILY OIREOEJI'N p tea e YIST MORN PO-Meedas seepaed MO... s beil im.. l-en sie 3*t S rvess. aIt I eme et fAwer*a3ta S a..I mb" .metha . a thme . meat. l- Msth S** " N " 70 " "" 17pT . . . . ... .- .. / i . s. " * " " 1 e" " e 113aIfse sMM w o r ' " m ""m 1 ii "" .m: e. 4 .I . no . I=theer asti M M.. tie.. ad .. . .. amiv -rsamiss-s, w ielmede t.ertm dl , It beu - ie-M re Sem above sa e raem . agemmad i a Fewe mhalt as sdv smallmti, seeua e, I m mea. In oi ed sn pesa maast sdvrmlsommU seo Isa. Isme a per eat.e. aa -u Ie· smta, w. Sadvam l y. 1 sad be Oil~ sII nr t s rom sw named transiut rates a may be 10,5. d a ; ersded, Itsn as eoame kal sos dflama e iaeed lape t. -r m ii rpld foaInr Lave d UAalerrtlsemntsenot marked or a sIpeatd oambe of 4 rias will be publlsbedeas Mss and charged aoaodinaly. A llswitb regLter advertsn rs habt be ren.dered moai·tr laose tw theam sempl...

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. — 24 October 1868

Ohl gn rlani grtet.L SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 18s8. COMMON COUNCIL. BOARD OF A.LDIERMAEN. ZDaOLas slMIONe. CITY fALL, Nfh OUtlalS',) Oct. 20, .18. { The board met pursuant to adjournment. Present: President Markey, and Messrs. Bo guille, Peeson, Pradue and Shields-5. The minutes of last meeting were read and fur. ther action thereon deferted till next meeting. A communication fron the city attorney was read and referred to the unance committee. Another from the sama oficial was read and received. Mr. bhlelds having obtained a suspension of the roles, otlered the following resolutions: Wn~EReAS. IDoubt are entertained as to the constitutionality and binding force of the two acts of the Legislature-the. one establishing the Metropolitan Police Board, and the other creating a State printer who claims to be paid out of the city treasury for advertise;ments never made by authority ot the city; aIust,,ir,edl That the city attorney be Instructed to take proper steps to contest in 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. — 24 October 1868

Pit asZ Orluanps 4qtIttL) gFFlIAL JOCRNAL OF THE CITY 'f NEW ORLEANS. " . NIXON, '.tt.r aC Proproessr. omFrca. 5 as CAMP ITEat. Ie rl Sacr@lptbsa, . udvame.s ; uhalf edy, e8; ýssl, as. msalse sopl. IS esgam rWEs WUZMLT Cassetr i publahes svsry statr. hrus'patoa . M Invsrlyar in advema BATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 16bs. Democratic National Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: IHOR'rTIO B EYMOUR, Or MEW TORL FOR VICE PREIIDENT: FRANK P. BLAIR, OF NISBOURL Eleeter, for the State at Larger EO. W. . RACE........................ F. sLAlAN ALTERNATES : UA.NT DAPONTE...................... .E J ELLIs. Dlstriet Eleeeteor Pme s.sIonal District........ANTHON PSAMBOLA. eoud .. .. ........M. B BRADY. YTrd .. .. ........'I.ARENCI WARD. To 5J W R.. ........S.. roW ELL m1f1h .. ....... . . GOODRICH. ALTERNATES: rh. tCogres.iwas Dstrnc........W. L. THOMPBOI. meod .. .. ........ J. . KENNARD. Thard .. .. .......U.1 II WALH. rthl .. .. ........E NORTH C'ULLOM. FlNa .. .......... H. sIGonAx. Feor (ogres a Fir...

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. — 24 October 1868

IStamers Stasng lort go--ag. SADVERTIED IN Tm DAIY CoRmOERnT. Vew Tort . 33 apsa ....5.. i1 New York ........... OO. W I ON uger....s PM Bavanas ............. AIk L ro . ........ S AM L b........... PINK YAUBLE MsgnesW er PMN • mevB ...........P. W. 8T- r .......... PMW dRiver r ........... KIQT WAY* ............ 5 PM S...........CUIA No L biE .......... i PM ud Rler ............OIs RA, Hodge ......... PsM Riterd i ...........ona FItANr . rhile ...........o r P Arhaseu iver...... MPOIRER. WI lil n ............ 6 P Vicrksbt .......... BART AE Marrtse ..... .... PM riMese ......... oILD WAOOn  Uoebardea..5 P wI ,s andl. ...LAEA,. W r -o . ........1 l Mes........... MAlL BOAT-.-s................ 4 PM SPECCIAL NOTCIC . --Nstlee-The la he Cean l Sreelrte ooed wil. on and iater TO dAYT SLrda. 11th OT.o'er, run throughb tthe toiermin tesr the ew Ol esi. Persons wiob rg to vtsit the CemeIsereN on the Metairte alde, ca do so. tither by the Caal Strs .rBaou Road hes of ran. W__. P Dt'NuP....

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. — 24 October 1868

-q r4 erlrtans Astmt OFFlC l I~ JINAL OF THE CITY OF NtW ORLEANi EAT,''IAY V IRNING, OCTOBER 24 1t4. Qommercial ]ntdelience. Faidy = rmms (et =s 18We. RiEw o. TIi-E Arsaxv--With but few ex-t ceptouns, the general trade of the city during the past week has exhibited a fair degree of anima- t tion. Operations is the leading staple show a 1 heavy increae as compared with those of the previous week, but at steadily deeliting prices. A few i ,ts of the new crop of Louisiana Sugar and 1 Milaese have been received and readily sold at s satiafactory prices, but transactions in Cuba have e been limited. owing to light supplies. Tobacco bas been steady, though inactive. Floor has been quiet and unsettled. Grain and feed have been t scarce at slightly lower prices. Provisions have t been in fair request at improving dlures. money i continued abundant. Foreign Exchange has been j in only moderate request at very Irregular ratee, I and Donetio bhas advanced since our last, bet closes slightly ea...

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. — 24 October 1868

PILANO--8E WIN'Q M ACHIN A S. nem1atAj, Mb ma ,armmns, ,A. *I U'&S OIIEANAL S 1O A1L wroaua or uuuio z. sau E Ease. Nums mA GeM OSQAND tied OR DROADWAI. 12W lost. '@6 GR - s essed Im ano M .' , . M ura to w ere rewao sr, to tem ofeonmhsh, srr oor enme. Pl. rI IgLoe ..T..qllr IA AO HIONPAMS iwru. sSIAND INIUMPI OTEd ALL OTESE PIANOb IN eU0e13r N ewD AStaicwe. later FaMl 0a Ate·nrlt . w w thle so mo OIas. 18,M b10e Wthe Aoel Dse ,. e k alter D ea r kO tAme u T Ir wi tr PlaT UANOr ed msmIO s Ma NDIA , EN IETTr tO o rCA S QPNr'AL T3UATMLY To. OmP Us UEI eDISA e-Dena Dto rAUneT wll tate a er.. ha eod F tu %t*cuhe the following ereoc dines.., Dr o: Secret soismtes . lelnerrhee, pI Ro tmentls, 'iot, a Ch Jtor sef2 Loer Cothe mpaieoeeep e oterine and d enninto h omsets he b ore cay hri MCIoa.ion o wes. etUnI ofae OIspeedilers oau stceabR SodRen-gt. S. 7 dern. pe &anc TOUIIA MT AND AOOVR UEZI. O. MEw ORILEAINLA. OWS eý mab ees em l se d IS pI . S e . sllt fIIale D owin ro u A...

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. — 24 October 1868

Sht tEw @rltcan dractw t. ri OFFICIAL JOUIINAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. TI the SATURDAY MORNINO. OCTOBER 24, 18N8. t will A·*ETIOE .AL TIm DATT. take Squa --OURYOUntrT 50 aO. mi, u II .'d., M __a  OAmý user O Ompr smi. fhraii alet; also, a l'rwg . mes, ae - Aa b 06 P.s i Tes a LOCAL 1OILTIU. The .s.meur Uekthreua. T Ttis magnificent organizatton to praise whlh T is to "gild refined gold," were out last night, folly T uniformed, for the purposa of complimenting T ome of their friends. They formed at their head quatters, at the old Washington Artillery Arsenal, T on (,4rod street. about seven o'clock, and theace imp marched into Camp street and down to Canal. they pared our office marching in sections, with that precision of step sad splendid appearance by which they are now well known, and paid us. as they passed, the compliment of a marching sate. ver Arond Canal street they marched and then up i town to the residence of Patrick Coyle, los Esq , on Bacchua street, between St. An...

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. — 25 October 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUME XVIII. SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 25. 1868. NUMBER 60. ---~--- -- -I-- -L- - -- THI OREOENT'B DISPATOKE8. Wsryfik GTON. O()V ` 'EY MO|JJ't SPEIECH PRESIDENT JJHNSON'S LETTER TO GOV. SEYMOUR, Evarts Tendered a Publie Dinner in New York WASHICrTON, Oct. 21.-The following is Govy Se)mour's cpeech at Butffalo: "Fell,,r-.Citizer,-Tbe first words .-^ by the Re publica Convention in their ..rutiuoos congratu lated the country un he success of their scheme of reconrtroot,-L The last words uttered by their *rFasers and their presses declare that re. ,oustruction is a failure-that the South 14 still in a condition of rebellion-that its social disorders demand the presence of great armies, and that the first duty of Congress when It meets will be to turn reconstructed Georgia out of the Union again. (Applause.) At the outset of this ean vass the Republican party asked to be continued in power upon the ground that it had goveroed the country for the past four year...

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. — 25 October 1868

She ý @rlems qessa. JmL IOURNAL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. *t] S . e. IXe sittes md P1, oepseee. 0110IS. Wo. C"1AMP TE11. w -- b cu DAJILY GalOUN'D a P e a u a y uWr u i-u m.e smeaste. ftst humbpim, i admep 6Mg a l 7mel. Ni f-nst , ot a n 6l 5 5es3s6a mas 3 Eae. e o1 As dweMkI as s agggge .... Jmm n mas. bNme. 10measms. inmbhe .... " s """mea . "** " SA;e,,t...Ie-; t.. ,,.-Is..t:: aimoenaa uSeemese, amnse" wserans sagean ... a "" T " .. " Nn ss s en... et ./. l* : : I :: w:: c la.:'  • s. '" "" 11"' 01s" "' I,, i88 ",:: a l " Iae pg" IIe 6 .- ImO . " s I Mll.il"' is "" no "" 5610 * .. 1 " 11 "" "" a . "" . Mseseeasere ainmtdb 440e :" fu  galer aevrwwges, wh etwaeere eerpy, sam ahS he kiwe .._1_1 : --... nw .. .. ,3: I etN sad bans aw smimb 6 m 5 w dnb a s mout I* MSe mil. Aduai m5r da e ema elmlbebme* mo s sM It 116 pm sea.um £5 loem,,6d Mu3m beb ibns lmE a lt. .nmseeam insl oe~ss.bIbb.t -me and -Vensm b io Nse m sash o new d U adewttemrm m e amased fr 6n spodeetr srmbe o...

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. — 25 October 1868

8UNDAY IOBIIIO, OCTOBBB !S, It0. ri IN~ WrTD IAL IT5 ar, src. English capitalists have ,04,000,000 inveed In 6 East ladia railways. A farmer in England sowed one peak of wheat w to the acre. and gathered 50 bushels. o During the first six months of 1868, the city of 1 Pittsburg consumed 15,000,000 feet of gas. Lard oil was first made at Lexington, Ky., ia ti 1832. t' The Hebrew population of the United States Is c estimated at 300,000. In London 10,000 dogs have been killed this 1 season. P The wine crop of Portugal this year is about tu 40,000 pipes, against 45,000 in 1867. Ten years hence, Houston, Texas, expects to be 1 the great railroad center of the Southwest d Rome, (la., has shipped 102.156 pounds of dried b peaches this season, valued at $13,225. The public librariesof France contain 6,233,000 volumes. A farmer near Philadelphia has raised a pump- si kin weighing 138 pounds. In 1,466, China exported 4,32.1000 pounds of raw e alfk, and 157 750,(00 pounds of tea. 0 The librar...

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. — 25 October 1868

OFIFLAt LIOIAL OF T11E CITY OF N EW LEASI oM of i *. N EIZXO, m1e49r a Y twc oth ortrc. Is. eo CAMP rTm trot tiol 'mTerly hshespeti s. t so k , g; h+ senW . $; of eiveena, msled s epes, IS e-sa Wari winana 0c 21 ss0us hm"4es bei.e int Nsbrpti.s K. stvers iv ase bat tea SUNDAY MORNIGO, OCTOBER 25. 1888, D 178 Democratic National Ticket. era FOR PRESIDENT: Fe: IHORA'rlO BECYMOUR, the 0o lEW TOIx. con Fon VICS PasIIDEnT: 'JL.ANK P. BLAIR an OF MISIOURL 2es1e0s" fr tIhe Stae as Leases can 50. W. ACE ......... ................ W. . BL a. In ALTERNATES : dat w.DUANT DAPOET ...................... .... J. ELLIA s Distress leeters Ne 'pts Ceasrmesolsl District........ ANTHOY siABOL. Bl Scod .. .......... I BnAOT. WVe Third .. .........CLAEIINC WARD. Ga hmrh .. . ........ .J. POWELL ah .. .. ........F. a. GooDICL W ALTERIATES: the First Ceopensonal District ......... L THOMPON. IMr seoaed .. ........J. KE AR . alu :,, . .. ........ a. Wa!sR . ourh .. ........E NORTH CULLOM. lW Fifth ... . ....

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. — 25 October 1868

areseTu glaut 9tI We-Wt. Ad ADVI IN THE DA. l T. aeseaw. eembor SS5. 138g Tam .......... I....N.. U tr. Iret................ A .i».. ...............JlA 1 llO 1--.............. 4 PM D po n ami .......... H I Ns IIM M & o b ...... 5 P M M·oa... . .......MAIL MOAT-14.- ........... 4 PM eryd. Itlee.-Tio lSIsollm C1ooh lw l dIeont*n her iApl tAvit  W O..d tertM Places on sd after hi dte t PIYESI . al -- Loui, iatlOllIM a ol"er Love )ltm de-Th Couomn duo Ilomtur 1.1.353 ao thle aLil, lhtse is Per eat Leoe Bo,ds vlll. as mcMc, be lld it iSe Bahing Home of Pike. Laveys k OnreIr. new Oreia, Ia., of at ike DekL of Now york. Now York city. AN. DITIUCLUT. IStaaYrerm --U rltc -ew *Iraes. eo1e e 100. Io INIe will be pad gelJact leemer WILOM witalet my tdwersmeat. A S. cLAUGOHLAN CapiaL. - T.e Pooeb.rtrala Rstlteoed O.epe*y I pIeoId to recive ad delivelr all fuIit whieh may Her. For thie prent the thlni will leave t I ow et at L eod 10 A ., l.. ad , od n r I. Learvitg Ihela Ed E the ail...

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. — 25 October 1868

b ke *ras 4qga@rea - AN w , pity 8U:;DAT 1uW0 I3. OCTOBER ., 1868. madet S-intolei JeV. eewmeanse speeek as 1me.Jmer. P DcH'sAs, Oetober S--0ov. Symeer arrved a s11 bete s Ave o'clo el hsk freroon. end was re- tp celvet by a large geserlP a of otises. t Be 'rh acoompealed by HBo. Prauds Ka a, velvet of Ultia. They wentto the Osbore Hese, oedM eight d'clock were escorted to the rink b a large s cavalcade sad torchlight proeion. Th rink b was fed with le 6000 or mre beg pre- mtho cenL. Boa. Z. , mayorpreided. tor. with Seyua addressed the meeiig ait as hear. Ble things rema .r were received with great ethusiasm. had t was I lowed by Mr. Kernan. A display of bre gourt wor weeas made ar the hotel, after the meetin. Gov. eymour goes to Buffalo at nine o'clock to" on. morr w moralag. At the risk he spoke as fao- dior lows dn Fegcitiuens-I am astonished at this demes- itaF strbtte. I left my heme to-day for the purpe been I of seg a meeting at Bufflo to-morrow eve rl b ning I an, ,theref...

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. — 25 October 1868

SUNDAY ViO ING. OCTOBlDB i , 1068. Timears TJaeema, tso Ungame. WOlTH, TUe ANT *& THS DCKZ OF DnVOSBII.L Lau-snan, Switzerland, Sept. It98. I weeas told that 'heater abounded in Rhman antiquities, but I o(a sight of none of them. Nor did I visit Eton H the palatial residence of the Marquis of Weetm. Ater, about three mles out. The pisee was open, ly d thre da of the week, d Idid not happe to get th right day for ad a. Chest m eoratsin from thirty-fie to forty th ed pepa, and oms of them seesured me that the city hstarted to grew rapidly. Let us hope t will eling Its old chareteristics, and, she, that Amresin will visit It at oue on land. lg at Liverpool. It is only a few miles from there, and it introtpces the Amerean at once to al that is most unilt his home that ean be found In the ritish Island. I was told before going, that the sidewalks wrre on the houses, but this is a mistake. The oity wall is a walk, and that may have given rise to the story. The story may have spraeg, ...

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. — 25 October 1868

F TI r cmI a IIEw E am. dJIDAT MORINGO. OCTOBBB 25. I18N. the A COTloi lULiL MONXAT. 134j met %*n a To. mAUI s e u 11 e'le . a s s" ss lCuw e omd e T H E A T RlI K .l TMZI raaaIOI. 0010 It must be cosfened that we have watched 1t with some curiosity, inece the Academy lad Vane. i ties were thrown open this season the patroage afn beetowed upon them by the publc, for t as te Fran common remerk beforehand, that in the mupeuse told and excitement preceding the predoir elec- have lion, amusments would find but a meager show- Tram lg. Nor have theme fears been altogether dimap. £10.0 pointed. As a general thing the audiences have l10 0 been smaller than the management had good rea"- com son to expect. f£r00 The Vrietiem wam well filled once or twine, . bank) ecally on the night when Violnrg Bower's Major I000( de Bnos we repeated, and the ,Ademy va 3.b j, retlee ompany, having performed befor a n- tate merons audience on its first appearance, ha quota ince drawn but an average attendance...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 25 October 1868

Ym rmcAi srtsc tne .-ARL oF TIE CITY OF NEW =IEAUe. DArY ORmIOnI. OCTOBER 25. ldg. oaL . amO *i U anaedm ~ r. l erne, a d Chamsau t P wt d.s tm ln . e o veral eforts'bare bee md b fo r R as b Trard Tm.. seal es. It ust be coafeued that we have watched with aome crfosity, since the eAcdemy ead Vae.r ties were t brown open this sea sn, the pasro le bestowew upon them by the publc, for t was the I common remark beforehand, that in the r ipense and excitement preceding the prerdeotll elee. t.on, amusements would find but a meager show- I log. Nor have theee fears been al together disas f pointed. A a general thin the audience, have been smaller than the management had good ree- 0 SBoo, w e Trepeated sad the Academy va s. rtiese company, having performed eloe a no- It merous audience on Its first appeearance ha qI ince drawn but an average attendance. IlJ certainl to be hoped another week my hrod c ole n mIncreased interest and patronage, for uti- O vernl ceort. have been made by Mr. lo...

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