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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 14 April 1868

NEW OSLE nn. dSa Meal t 4b. - Tgag ggm J. 0..m tN , Will £ !'M oth* .f Mm Ovsmu . or QU i ne wesw ne*wu or w eows. be o . ntea a .lkm -amn we *IrI"V M am ere f, A l ý1lg wLta wtoen sel. 4.b.tosemt mpamasg.m odf  e J uw g M a n tmm.adt - e°m "" pm·o atom n- Su m A ot4 or sitse aep of aemarpe me.sens s em I rin a ge-n. e Mitoah uubu of wh O3CiUUY, 0 heie. $ bow tM b00 aete." of its v.114w1. milme A Imp hee . da'es ab oehmwut a-rf ised M it e n uit .etle a, p.l aMe, ed rrsemd E mme MI.am IET it ldelamed the tShe Om 0 Tso to ael eI + i wag.hM thhImp semth o. amsuer * t ...s a ames t.rae ~ageo of l eaiMne be p a io isettb aLY$. mdi Siesy mpsee A MDEWdis ra. s3..prerty u prtsa the taper .meft of We NOSUiWb O0333ITT AND /AMILY VISCIA It will e to tw hener. as t the pat, 1.epitd by the park f t]rn. pegres OnWS, aMt ls -r sMWnM rem..o *rr the ber e.of s es ise The coWCRT'4 eletmaeeand "Ae . of edvrasre mAt nw sm, t tomime eino the fver with w.tih he atmsoee the penk ha.. kw. Wedet...

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. — 14 April 1868

2as- n - Im to a OW of the psel al men at note Soft* Wa. M. b uteas twit wt "o D. Be Ueat, a, I.L, !. J . w • . .   " rV tee?.d mr lb rd leapt f 1lmwodii mknm1m rt loots. pAsn the   deedesof the pab. ,rtr, wh to otb 'S rweebatly teader tu The which wanS Md* his peronel sea profes stnael Smeltes. Sa~brod, tssi ti teetly of the apprecla del. whisk the doesawsd ae held. we s a. babiw tehat ioememeolv of hi, weih to aret hml nsatig eal t"Ib soomaiae d we be sppatm4 mnpednal she prepera tmi sad oreeton of the samo. The carry out the lee resoluation, the chair ap, Mal am + ra. Y .sehr, Dr. Bme.., igay, Oi moon,. the Virgita, New Orleans, Wash. tastoe and Mobile papers were requested to copy the above resolanioa, and the secretary directed for  opy o the sams to the famly of On melios, tl et ·s adajswnd. w. * ___ UtL, Chrm.. Nee 5hns, As 18,3i. PAm, Apra 12U--ie oswbhr e ypebliehed s report of Mait Planrd, wheb aye the re. fer i W eerO m[ Re sem eito smd have sdl hoes s with pespo...

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 April 1868

THE NEW ORLEA CfREStEN VOLUME XVII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1868. NUMBER 208. THE OESOUENTB DISPATOaE. rso wAARI reEW. Arrsia et a.gogems feeo-.*jne.m or Coura t o Impemlmeia. WAsanuroTO, Aprsi I4.-Segeenmt Bates arrived to-day at 1 o'clock, sa reeeveod a eathass-tle reception. Benate.-In eonsuese of Stabery's illanes, the court adjourned aSil 12 o'clook to-morrow, with but two dislnhlng voless. The Horse d nothing. The adjournment mill add 6dlat to Sergeant Bate'.s reception ceremoeis. Be sufurls his flag from the dome of the capitol at 2 r. x. After adjournment of the court, the Senate con tinsed is easion. The House returned to their chamber, but no quorum was present. fLO BOSTON. araiensg r fa emesnr. Bovror. April 14.-The Zodiace, of the regular line between Savannah and Boston, burned to the water's edge last ilght. No eargo aboard. rOex UsaVA3A. Ceusesvaetve Meengss. SAVAmanA.April 14.-At s ceoservative meet ing this morning toin Maonle Hall, the names of Beo. J. B. Gord...

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 April 1868

Itali uM ALF TIE -rTATSIl I IMI. w. .. Ln . Boer nae mi e5 rmna, No. sa oAAMP tma f p m evssa sWalt a ssewmsa WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 15. INS. AJ tamv MZ1T T- M MT ISO. rasWes-alte s bZ WLlr tk,' a AoADCM or fo aiC-Drlmase a4d haletear alatcr Lmot-Odn" Dael a m s . o f sWek raws of Aeertea"-Moe, Wa .. u sa, me. eSaSCET CrrT MUSEU--Sea O , sad a a o moi· Wodf Reinsa t .mt, emi5St5t 1, this morning's Casacrr appears a brief address to the people, by the Democratic Central Committee on the subject of General Buchanan's election order. The committee *anmlt eamsed the order, and call on all atmbegs of the party to lead a cheerful and sealous assistance to the authorities in their endeavors to preserve order. The committee consider this order an ample guaranty of the personal security of every citizen in the exer cise of his right of suffrage at the coming eleo tion. The Democratic State Central Committee this morning publish an address to the' "Con servative Voters of the City and 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. — 15 April 1868

OO* tts ** ra41tsg sort ý- , M ADVRRTJMS if_ g aMUT 0=0c1m. Wed..edal, A*Ri- , s r .................W. . 1 V trpp...........Jta Thne V 0. o......i....... M ... .. . .............4 ,.,+- .·..... .... ... .H . o , ..., ,:_ a es.......... ...llD WA E .. PM OacrrIC s ..... ,A t L · ........ý rl POLITICAL >l btI Q at 7' o .. . N, M trsrr etn M+ JO-. c.li o ipop.ct baksa TWOS L. IA)ONW. PFiesnt. rdSetttO a the rd o saidoDas, t,,s T11 T-sarelY WwmGO a bhlt-paest e. A riveate adae. 0 repneled. WM. M'rOLLOAi., Prldeont. ---.- a. Of he Th·rd Wrd. Attseltsa. PAN is ('ILDI (Prouset ieast. iit messO d aL padidat 0cre Mets J-i .' the Pse, Iaethmat orfmt. Rierlc Apil 1+4band mO 144 Cadildatte Ar ALDEMAIN fore rhe tlr-t irlt )ENPEL, (the pret me bes, .a ai eamedidate for l sehim o.l RAERle f. Da G eretg e detam hr MANY VOTrR. M-- At de Uaotkltela s  Of Veewstel m7ensi. hO8W. A , Sq., the preseet tnemesn baisaOseme re o atie teo teale. of ate MUs Oc of nhe nt Dlotkiti et#y 'of Few O ~eVABe. ...

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 April 1868

Jht 1e* 1 -q4e'. NFFwt ~ F 01 tATE IF gIgIMNA. WErMIAT UMORGlmo, APRIL 1$. Ia weMs *amLs TRU warT. J. I. STI.LWMI4s mem4 s W 10% A. a.3, at £L0 Whlre 0ea W. L U sells a 11 A. .a 8suom askrs Press, e-lm , um ae. T-ES 5eHRIP sels, at )IO) e'seaek . ea O-astres s.est bween Cori asd Is Leau, osentM of peery sham. C3Al T. MAAH se ls. at 1 •'sok A. a., as sal aream corner Ht. Charte sad Poerdid, frmrtera s te s veiersuesteas m rd se r . ,lw erletas t Iq 3 irlhe. Oase s. e SssmM O aw j Trshev 3'vsg, yelt 14,5. Isactivity is still the most proamfaet tea tore of the movement is finasela efroles. The surplus of emrrey keeps steadily in oresaig. The demaud for accommodation shows a rapid abatement sad rates of dis coont and Interest indicate no alteratloa whatever. We repeat quotations barely for reference, vi : b i oeat. per saum at bank and 1@14 V cent. per month ome of doom for abort gilt-edgea paper, and 10l2 I cent. per annum for long dated notes se cared by strictly Al city mortgage. ...

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 April 1868

n! Jat erln"- i -nuL. WEDN SDAy MOBRING, APRIL 15. 18t. Thae eropen e a se gea. LOURISANA. trme. th Ibere testa. Aeup uL] 'Ih never w as moh gardeniag oomsseed farte peebeas there hem been thisyer. The ero wl deal I garden sds have See epeym olyeiged to seed for tb suppile to ma the dermand. It Is etian that ever oae we bee the suaaest n o edoceepeml d is determied that it al1v him Lot to eat to the way of vestable. WTe M ee to be able to mentiuo thi fat. It doe at so much in money ad lal·er to make a gade that will feri t, ter a family, food eaoeut to nsuppl t plae of me of the meat and other provakm whi se new to ke pureased at msh hih prcs Im the market. Without beeomlag - vee rimas," we cam nnd that a garde in a very mportans source of economy to-day. [Ptre tahe Pmsam sder, Aprse ILl This week we have had the pleasure of co versnlg with everal of our worthy planters from the most remote parts of the rish, and they ail seem to be In better spirits tes sua In rega to the agricul...

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. — 15 April 1868

EU RM NNW MUSAaldW VAmmyZT. Issas r svl a; ýs- s>ý x 0. NIao, T0ar AID mNOga ~maa E.wtala of an s~ ofk *. NSSttl !. pieeweees09mINImsg=NO =Im 'we~gh t ~iis., wd at d' ed E4ý. jieY~ Lw iinem thep er is.~r waes Ma bwmm; as, M Iks ciw ffa K .I tw p #is Si s Wks aU wIsh whio ow Yb liki.SeesijemofM wba It -. baj. Iil ý ý" .Al Sm. mmd .11. I m r · ·U(N w*l rrJýQIýlfC 1 swýl . a "ý a .r-I me a of m of lie ls'1 , w hIa.* ybaiS lSey the -e b a" N w s I we f... o a AINII &wevsmblmi0m, h *vi uiesMes msod.. ..a a-masei atl nes. fewas3ig umeN   tb1sdsbei th st th 130MWN Isa"ou wesqsa by~ ---.rP~,rrr .q r1 saw wq 1wrth b UttFIee». The IS w. hrwrttrrfý..tý.t r riadr .. IEý. &mw~A idMeeanw ha wihUf~ bmrs bosm aeluo M., m-ISsr mo*I. w thhWqmbeX e be~pm s am- be t as pap"i of s. -. pq t it A ip1º.pll iw*sItE..il propwt a espetpbglh ta IM sub ofB.Iu M COMMNUITY AND FANIL? M Yi. H. gktQ WID bo rsthe boosISofie pea, Mreii pwesa. ~s m otfe Jim hit im The EIO EEYIMTs iegade..aIs mi t Of .1e..lp...

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. — 16 April 1868

THE NEW ORLE RNESE. VOLUME XVII. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 18¬8. NMBER 209. .ades_ _ _ gtEROUS$ AInD DEBILITATED -wame 8aferltp lase Ben Prtracted HIDDEN CAUSBN WhsL Cra. Require Prompt Treatment BuNDUR EXISTENCE DESIRABLE. If yea me ai kg ohave suwred hrem tuvelntary ole hearges, wdt ahgt deas it eedaes epo year general hoitht Do yeo l we, dMbmtated, emiay tlredt De .a little e~ «a aeslat predam poipatioa of the heart Does your ver, r lulery rg a, er your kidneys, frequetly get out of order? Is yovarbe some esse tbl, milky, or locky, or it repr em s ilang? Or does a thick sImearie to the top t Or ie a seadimes at tlmb otto after it has steed awhile? Do 7oube have spe f short breathng r dypepta? Are your bowels eemipated? Do yea have spells of fainting or rushes ofbloodtethe bead? Is your smey impaired? Is your lad eematatly d ellag upon this snbject? Do you feel dufl, lstes moping, thid eteapeany, of tfbt De you wlcb to be loft alee, to get away from everybody? Does any littl...

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. — 16 April 1868

gag IM 10tlitio. O tF T SlAT lS ,ag, am * r msw.M 1 MMIrq- O Tet AU0. eNe, sa seemea r 41"b Mta i. I7 a lht, l 3rm ose) tCAMP n SI W t.as 0-aa T wm mswqu b Ipat sew swer e ess*-sýoe* M war maw. brtmbb tI swom 'I'RISDAY MORNINE(. APRIL 16. Ites. AM5a5M*T5s TEIs BVWNIN*. nEW OPERA HOUB--Ronin's grted opra i the Isr acts, ,William To'L" VAJPIFTIEC THEATRII-Profeemer oberts's Irl Tableaux-Muasi by Mie tllotala. A£O*D5It OP MUOSI-Drmmme Vad V~r rlwtra mot-"Orand Daseu.. of Alaska, or Bahk Pawa 1 Amere. '-Sabo, batOa. baurteegq, etc. alt1t OrIYT aUstUISM-sea em , aaS. Ca t art eaea.-Wosdrftl len and r soural eartsoate . SUse* 5Mp PmP' t. It is a mistake to suppose that the work ingmen's ticket is not got up by workingmen. t The engineers of the concern are all very laborious creatures-for instance, the "trooly loll" Baker, and others,of a similar charac ter. Some of them worked themaelves into profitable places under the Butler and Banks regime; others have worked zealously to plunder ...

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. — 16 April 1868

T rs 3raUg pf ort fo o-ag. $ 'ngBD oIN T DAILY I br.w erd. ,r ;S. ess. ..... AL I e r... ji P lwrec ..W. A. CALW4LI., Se.·ra Bi r..r.....L~arow . a e 4.i- Oa........9 said Tmn,,l...WO·LAO k1lstl .............S PM POLITICAL. t re of y htard WIO. Actseees. ,_lt (lLDI3Bltcttpq_ at .deum.• e1 llIcaucame a. ir your enm tle a OLgeoed Je-tlee .1 tfe &erA of-- OrlC. RlsetApril 13th and I4th, 1S Y . r a. P.beIrr Im lt ** 6People'. II I I t ndee 4 *8*SYam Ta Iten er - -----------~--- Reslter O eorw 0rle,. CeCAeurt Ivl him "nlly capa of disehacrin to dties of n e Ic,, rbeg that InU will oaneee the adrn of H pSIIL, tbohe Ilreet ackmbea, a ea a neidae Ie Tra aS thew Fouirth Dbctr w i bace sorted hy eMANY VOTKR9. - lr tlhe Setelsaal. ef eil FltleIde, ,O( Alt.l, W, E 0 , tlep t Uhsen l m, a candidate 0 re electle to ah Ie eme of atat OagIteee of the SDutriot. Citj of Lew r a rp..s Eecoriee !ines DIhtrtet-At the en et of mae! old Cit'lec J!'LAM OVILLE aemenace at -el" a adide ia We omee i...

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. — 16 April 1868

IFemAL M IIM. aF TE tE IF tIU IL TUMDAY MOWING. APi, IL V9. 19. AWOrOWI &A TYI AW. K. TU. ua wprseI as1. a, t athe slam t szrreauus. . o.-aArms, rTC. Jams.. oteS, at Y gm.ry, is dead. Theahs to the eoers of the seisnmr St. Mary. DesseedIaa lif--.Fashlosable fwsrals.-[ lx. Petroleam Champagne is the Lat thing. Peto is called a "oeleassl codisce ms." Madam George Saad is agalps a grandmother. Tax pyersu remember that bhe pre.emtnentJ '. Io" Baker is on the medical tinket. Memphis tamed out "a strictly elite aadlence" the other ighltt. Thanks to the ocers of the steamer Linie for Pesssaeola papers. John G. Base, the pot, perambulates Broad way t a welvet eoat, ecoeios eof the crowd. Bayard Taylor's " Faust" will be given to the public next spring. Thanks to Mr. Scobell for Belize (Honduras) papers. John Bull contributes only one-fifth of the revenues of the Atlantic sable. Thanks to the officers of the Morgan for Texas papers. ister Mary Magdalene died at the Convent to Savannah re...

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. — 16 April 1868

SOH LI ANS URFI'ac NT. * & w eSLRAsu CUasUV 0glCS 4 CAMP f., NEW OrLMAS SIXON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOU. S Joernual of thie StIae oCf L> ama. tbo te eosl, moo" ad pMWel well-beg .o . of How Orl ma, lbe fas . LalMames.an. to slres wit ttbea thuM ,y oi has eeun to e pela. bº of ibl JOme . the stomoe of euh day's l.o to as a o Mnet Mof l hlthfloem an ma this dsaoge is eat ei. thestand-porm o tebt OIBLS tsea to d eeadet h rehrefce to sit l the calots of wap.per ooamt. ioommeo, the .platom wma l  bwy oead h o -be a domnelty a rd smartoely ineesod w _- anuly eso."M cmp ore -I rreaMe dmase inee s md pealg. o the irt efsm of *as2aciU e, blpmral iMeslum Lople of momest to the people e thu eria. 1t le. m the people tormsot . le ut to treing and alu sur of It wdl4leo  ,umea. A Irm rgrole of s jltse Is suswmep Mo 5OUTH17 ITEMS. y called from -n ohu. in lao Ooelloueen, prep, .ad armaeeomas of News sad otiem Beading Masher bcltimed bat the CRUiENTY a sot earpesed by ay der daily...

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. — 16 April 1868

h Ik dried ar   e I edestood that 'A-n- .ey in el the it hl lagt 11ii fera. Io smee.Tee IMe hi '. Whe Boeward,) be is felowed lib tIe Jak_ bhadmume io 4 _ ,r ` the /ea Gt-r't $ome of Ihe hitnteea sad m6ama, are ry pp. These hiw are at the e* m fe eadse and their lead sever to "brig dowa the house. LUAdWmo. Fa I so told. am bewailing the bad itdo 6 p f e weather afruit trees. It is stated t te er9 be qlts aim. Oe the 8th there s a fall of mow, theis sleet and them rati! The clrk of the ether seems to be utterly demo. aled to as regis.. And so, undereath a ooy  k7ad m emmpeo e by a keen atmo Washtesag.a *ssp. aelpd " 1g-d the 11r h n o the CminseM esgal-er ] 5UWLW ZN TUs 3OL3 Or A BULLY. T ireo it1Se-ilerem stirring here outide of SImpeeieot, wicdh hs been in progress to day. re ytra t the witneem stad of General theme to cornet errors is the tetaimeny of ye "Way, hbirds&Nmilu a oeppertanly to play the bmet bO s a oMld d r. No one doubts Temeh aahemt all he saw, bet being qu...

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. — 17 April 1868

XVIITHE NEWORLEANS CRESCENT. LEN.-4r rLU X-Ihh ,. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1868. ....  I., - . an ntin l n alan ima a NUMBERi 210.. . ORE80ENT' DIBPATONE8, i 5M WASHINGTON. ion of the Lil Mon ment. f I I'IACHMENT TRIAL. U, INCTN, April 16.-The dedication of the monument took ac this eroon Turin pillar 36 feet high, urmounted by a statu of Lincoln, of white marble, all of was procured by voluntary subscriptions of Sof Wshingto, Costing $7000. Thousands c ators were preset, including the Masonic Try, t ons of Temperance and other civil izations. On the standr, among others, were ete president, Geas. Hancock and Emory, and , r military and naval officers connected with - execuuve departments, members of Congres represuntauvee of foreign couoorise . Gene Grant and Howard were near, but not on -- stand. During the Proceedinp there was al. rnate rain and sunshine. After prayer and the playing of a dirge by the -_nds,. Major French delivered an adiss on the se sad services of Lincoln....

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. — 17 April 1868

She gu erlunsm Cqwd . tFFIMT.IC 1UNM F Ti STATE OF ISSIWM. a. wO. sIX . oere .mi Vewees.m Oram0, Oa * A omP Wrs W f teet t - >i h MWWe _p eara wmar Omelms to galabsag ems ma0b, wertso O per asmaranS ert tan mas FRItIAY MORNING. APRIL IT. tIM AM uJsUmaTS THSm SVaWNIl. VAPIurrIt r ?UATB3-Prois.e e bueb IlBs. oated Tabl.se.x-Mu.ise by M. FUemea AUADMY OF MUtJ5iO-Drsmme. e.8 Tm4rtr Esuerta me t-"G'(irand Duetum o Aiba.k or Bleck lewn ur A erle."--95 s. a butmqum., eao *REKENT OWl'? l U RSUI-eo- a and a AL Obrim rm.-WeededW 1ieg nnd a.aral menrltam. See b Swpp'eme t. By (en. Buchanan's order of March 11th, the polls are to be opened at 7 A. x., and will remain open until 7 P. w. V(rm E tLr.--Democrats, vote early! Go early to the polls, and stay there till you have voted. Let nothing drive you or allure you away till you lite discharged that duty. Vote at once and make sure of it. Do not mind a crowd; do not suffer yourselves to be discouraged by any obstacles. You must ex pect a...

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. — 17 April 1868

Steamtrs Saving fort s - . Ai ADVEBTIHWD IN TiU DAILY CB R T. FrF14.. Apwu 1?. 1isO. e t- .he i .... or,31 de* ed omuhe d-ia.. e Be",sM .. rm.....13 1 8 ...... lIdA It a o ............ $.r A L f1 ...o er .. lt rlu lrisvlle. .... R..I Nl OUD. e a...:.." ... PM R1d Ri Mr.......... 8TbRU ITh - a t l Ouachita River.... TAWANNA. Irkr. .. PM - The e eod s eagreaalo . rea s t ae. yT-aahnsn lmrtih, La. Pebrus y 137 ISM -Th. ondereged agerleetar ad okms t st Iste ptospety of itres pall h Ptd ..ah., bgsase Iau gent Wa our friend wto ace nterea, tl hye fosrd Cou grasatTi DMlet-r the eh ll-race en jnstalr of wloi vinghr pttelllr r.r. al c sa . he .r vo, nor Mr. Y NttaUUtr aeIt 'T m f M .F-r-a, lterhten A lo. .ewfrkla s. rt a ea l alift. tI( OHrthey my grNt him a well erned re , ltt.. of ha ere md a urS.fne off rI t to p-n motee r.loelrtly ofl athbl " I'. dt the lu.arr ierest iee~r'ly a d thus, parbhae, a.u be eeleotas of a nor darnterr who. meyvaE m Wuo. Dagt r.e. herha ruala tlit...

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. — 17 April 1868

OFFICIAL JOMNA U STATE F tSýIMAt, PBFDAY MORNIG. APRIL If, IML AWCWeB "SAO Esun .4?. Louis 1 T4 a 10/ hats st l. e'desk A. a, mt No.M Lamp ssss, boas0ims des. MOHWI'OfmT V a 00. sa1 at U a. .t, at thei, Aust o WtsO aires, fVerisieo, e-; ai see 0 dM e Nsemats as third trge. Hon. John Bell, of Tennessee, s n a critical stasof health. Joseph Stettiinus, an old sad promineat mer. chant of St. Louis, died Saturday. Workingmen, vote the whole Democratic ticket. The Democratic party is the party of right, of liberty, of ju :ice, of the people. The remains of Gen. John H. Morgan were ex pected to arrive at Louisville, from Richmond, on, Thursday. The Rwieesota Histerical Society have acquired the scalp of "Little Crow," who led the massacre of 1862. A man In North Oxford, Mass., killed four hun. dred and twenty-five feet of blacksnakes, in a cel lar, last week. A movement is on foot at Washington to get Congress to strike out the word male from the qualifications of voters in the District,...

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. — 17 April 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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 April 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
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