ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: New Orleans Crescent, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,234 items from New Orleans Crescent, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,234 results
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 24 April 1868

to piece Is yo--is tass uea mees toI9 sess, In my own English joeral, manfully, promptly. psinty, to my eu paes, w bear, for the Ir. hoof of my soemtrymen, such teetimony to the glgaMtic hanegeos o tLis onestry o I have bhISed at. (Aplasae.) Alsn, to see M, thel wh-r ver I have been, in the smallest places equally with th largeet, I have been received wthb uaeurpaesbte politeness, delicacy, saetteLipe, hopitaltiy, consideration, sad with unsurpsable respect for the pritvcy daily emforeed upon me by the nature of my averoasen here aid .he sate of my bealth. 'Applause.) This testimony, so long as I lire and so long as my descedsts herve any legal right in my books. I shall cause to be repnbiisbe.l as as appendix to every copy of thos two books of mies in which I have referred to America. thunders of applause.) And this I will do, and ause to be done not is my loving thnkfulnes, but beonuse I regarsd it sn sot o( plain justice and honor. (Applase.) Gestlemen--Thi expreslson of my ow...

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 April 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUME XVII. SAIURDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1868. NUMBE 17. THE ONLY KNOWN REIMEDY fRRITATION OF THE NECK, OF THU BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF jTHE K7TD1TB, CA. TABRH OF IHEBLADDER,BTRAN OURY OR PAINFUL UINATING. Far thee disesees t Is truly a se.ueg e smedy, and too me% ear set he s.td In he prote A tinge dose ha bes am.o t. "oHe" the meat a o empa'S. Areyou trautled with thit dhitrestg aH l In thQ amatll of the hak ard throonih the hips? A tsposeeful a day of XIILMBOLD''t BUt'1 U will reliaveoul. FI4YSICIANS AND OTHERS PLEASE NOTICE. I make Do secret of uIgredise'. IILMBOLD')' EX. TI1ACT I(Itt UL is rot nosed of Bechn, C"bhrhb. anl Joli ar y.r inr, sel.r~e with great care. prepared in vancio aid atcordisg to rules of FIIAUMACY AND CNEMIST'IT. TL.es Irtrlctlirtls are known as the mno.t v :;t1,. 3iaratlce a0^rd d. A iTT'RET0O Is THAT WtHCl(H At-lT UPOI THE £f')N .Yi. IELMBOLE'S TrXTRACT B'JE:ITJ, At TB (l3 TLY, leaeart in t-,te arno odor. free from all iYl.r d...

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 April 1868

Ihr q, w *rl anu qtaWt. .lClAut JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. e P a. o. NIxL, lissee ad s.ep"sserS. r orvxeU. so. s oAMr a W . it , -a p, Toms5 asertsen, is Mes., t a.iftp. Msl partersr, N,. awur Y ma it, hsp ram tY w M P asses. Retleas tsh wase a C tieeantpsea m 5evr masu., Imablty I an SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1668. ___________ f: AMuIisCMEITS THIS ZVUNIEB. EW OPERA HOUSE-M.yerbeer's grand opera, in fire .eta "L'Alr-'r ne " AOADEIM Or MtlUtC-D-smatie and Vurtety ntervtai- a e t--Ne.w 5em n Htllet--lluminated irapes--Srngs, ballets burlesques, etc. eaEACENT CITY MUSRUM--tes. 40 and 42 PsL Charies strea.t-,.derfi ,..cm n i nsd Lural curni.le. -- -------- t TnE StNDAY Car~I.'EB:r.--Tho Sunday Caxa C-T, in all recpecth, is a paper which we offer as creditable to the literature and journalistic enterprise of New Orleans. Filled with the latest news by telegraph and mail, with in teresting local events, with a miscellany of t literary contriltutions original and selected...

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 April 1868

tttanlers Eatttng afort $o-11a. Ad ADVERTIBED IN THE DAILY CRIBCI'.I Ihlrdlry. Apri II s, 1sL Iemr Tr..k .. ('RI('ENT D ITT Hlm.n g ....P A 3i.1 jirk. .... f.()H IR Cf) W) LLo Vtll ..... 5 Boe-. . NT Litl' .. " PM Pairch .. ......W.ILD WA rNBR Icbha.n..6 PM Me anda fensa ..(L mmA NA Patthea ....... ...... pu tml at lc.. ... .FANC'R , ieMtn...ur ...... 31 mleyll r .. RI'H3IIM D. oal.. .. PM "bio "lver.... ......L L TIDBR. dob ..... PM Red Rter ...........LAFOI'RiHg K inns ........5 PM S0.o, l . Pir..... IDAHOC . lenis ........ 1 0 AM Arin. st.tr . (CAIt I . a m ............ . P 1o R1IveT. ....e... ST I HeILAB. a yint........5 PM oucs'ltn i r .... ViW IU R5. 4ls . ..........P Vick~hurl .(iVN. QPITMAN l.:lt ..  oMn , fo e atbrmd D..' o PM r luo . ... ill.. I BOI a T- ie......m......"". r. S''"6'IAI! 9,E 'l(:rpw . --Thei Dws~n td. Ac*tantwl 6lectrr Will t.. Ir.1 0,loe at ihc.t Hiadquo..r., No. 9) "mo.up .tre.'. tti.t.,'i.. cLr m. It 46 eeo rr.adr. * . med fromn6r 6 t. n r e ,re...

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 April 1868

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TIE STATE OF LOUIANA, SATURDAY MORNIQG, APRIL 35, 1868. AUCTIOlN IALI TEIS DAYo S. DE ERIET sells, at 12 o'clock a, at the Merehsats' sad Asettoneers' Exchange, real seat. TUHB nHErIYVlPeIs, at I2 o clock ia. at the Mneheat' aad Ameesiesrs' kahebage. ral estate eCHA TT. IA wI a'i sell ast 10, ad at o'dock . . on the levee re t of Casal stre eesto. XODTWJUMS1 836. * 100. .es 11 Nde'ek. at their ATo a Ca set ltu etc. also, It e'etoek A . .St P. Lw's Stale. on Ovis tret, hersas, males, etc. sOee adveraeamesta on third pagre. LITTWII FROM WW TOIL. IplM Oersysendeaee of the New Orstesa Oreseeil NEw YORK, April 17, 19i9. Euch wholesale slaughtering of numan beings., as occurred upon the Erie road night before last, bas become so common in the history of all rail roads as not to occasion much surprise, as it is well known that the care of human life is a secondary consideration to making money out of the passengers who patronize them. Here la a railroad company leavin...

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 April 1868

i'"", LEGAL NtrTCle. STATE OF LOUIBIANA-FOURTR DITRIC? COURT of New Orleans-Hary F. Sewri rHis ElOite.- 14,737. h,,f [La a dwit ..at why the account fied by M{y o Is tis ees ron d 3Wt he aprvford smd hemo't ad th fnapd dsilbeted m u, sOrdhe tl'ewhtb. Cli ,deers 0 I t.o J. JF. DIOWL KDpty Ork Cank's oUm, ow OdlA Ap, it lit RTHT DR L.A LOUISIANNs -QUATR DgE (,OUR DR D tl rl t de Is Nouvelle-.OrTitea.-Il.- r . Dtwrt vi. S Cr urcvrrn-o. 14.737. Vim cat per ee reete dkms o NI - tlcireo des iuofvalreb •t it totasstrt psno---- Inteo 11e Sr ilmogLrtr e.u plendan t d.x )ours do I.arLe oier pal blo'ono e dc avis, poarqol Is eompte earos par I. Sad no seels sf sIc •av 0 ap t bomLotogo.s- i leads atte nmem mom. dlst a isms oau br.r. l'sr >sd'o de Is t'otr. J. . DICK dbepute ule, BIean d i'r, Rer Wmvflerlbasrss's lIasril 116i THIlE STATE OT P )UlA-IAND .FIp DI8TOII D ( Hurt of New Orleas--Mrs. A. asty e. DA. Ar.L East her l uluband--a. 18m,91. I HEREBY tetlfy'. ,e.t .. thhe 1,,,,.a. h brur...

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 April 1868

bhis., san the rport re 5,0o bblniL, white o . only total receipts ae 36,792 bbis. 7IP (onar-The usfavorable weather Sitorday pre, at vented heavy operations. Thes oppy was i ght hot) the demand moderate, and prices were stesty The sales were 41:7 acks at $1 01, S1 0: l 03 d lo-bel for white and mixed. Monday there no change to notice except that the eanply hid lc been increased by liberal receits. The sa.es were G000 sacks at full prices. Tuesday the mar- ge ket was steady and firm, with only light offerings atf and a moderate demand. Sales swre 7L-4 sacks r on at $1 0(ti 02 for white and $1 10 for yellow. l23 Wednesday there was a light supply and modeaste Sale demand; prices, however, were lrm. The sales dd. were 316 sacks at 101 1 02 fur white and $I 10O for yellow. Thursday the supply was ample; 3T4 holders were firm In their views, and with a fair The demand were enabled to obtain fall prices. The r males were 55.99 sacks. To-day the market is t steady and firm wi:h a moderate...

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. — 26 April 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLTME XVII. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1868. N BER 18. THE ONLY KNOWN RE'MIET)DY JIADETES, i-RITAJTIO OF TrE WICK. OF THIE BLDDRI, INILAMMATION OP ETHE KTDmEBS, CA TARRH OF HEBLADDEIR,BTRAN. OURT OE PATlFUL UINATIGO." Per e dloaee It Is trly a eenmteg emdy, and no :norh ,esa be Id lt Irs Petles singe to dw bsea knrrmt to siathetho meert arest eymptomu. Are You tronuled with that dtatrnlg pal n i , mall of )ie hark aud throurh the bipe? A toeepoeal a a day of oILLMBOLD'S BUCIIU will relierve yoa. FHYSICIANS AND OTHERS PLEASE NOTICE. I make asno ret of Ingrted te. H OLNBOLDO' EX. TRACT BPtPCFI r ompeord of Babsu, abebs, and .luniper Berrle., elected with great care, prepared In vacso and according to rules ofat PIAIMACT AND CURmISTRlT. Thsee Ingrlents are known as th meet valuable Utretics aBorded. A DILURET1O I1 THAT WHICII ACTS UPON THE EIDXEYS. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, ACTS GENTLY, leeant it taste and odor. free from all injurlots proper. l.ee, and im...

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. — 26 April 1868

htw rtaflir s reint IFEIAL OUNN. OF THE STATE OF LOUSIANA. ". .. IXeL . sidtew and rresu ser. Ormr . o*. s oAMP Rme. I(E DAILY iORIMO-I'W To petemsa" IsnrT UOMnINa-rAeach at tbL iarw 5ab5spti m, n 54a5ee., Sn; aMd eal. $5: Sea.t-t. Sit ames. toil. w sat.. n1oes of AdverSeltas a mtl h 1 I maths. I measth. meatls. Ul maths en M a" to Soase. rah.5.S a et . .h d ... Ie. , , . - .. pee... si* w** tM'* l0 5 w m.... r M " r: w e b r "us "". III.. 120 . T SMega.... ri wh III s " r l s.... I " e" 40 "" 5' ahei. 75; I I0 10 " o esoe asure .. o-5 in no rew1. 1s Mid leeuse . dISsdOme ns . e .tIIY t srget . Ua iy pe dvmesrlemsers. ine 54 a7, be 0- trwtadvenf mem ratbmO w rtao I a ladt ierth pets o mat oty aveenlte te. ls, a sue ar, - tw pa s.elt Ital t lsi it e sa have thes mae t h pper m ietr stme.a i$ wa P a st;astea steasattle atse, i ce.a gsleaaeles. eo sIa a es I$ ne s re aakUsammits is lerd at IUltu' ts de "Nie as now AmIl adasIus, who dsrtf lagay. saei he allowed eal ietstramhoabt oe...

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. — 26 April 1868

Shi gt rltans Trtent. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, l~S8. oer tie lsadav Crece]t. ] "The Atilatle Cable." [On readizt nome lines celebrating the Atlantic cable as the herald of " Peace,' ] Who e'er thou art, thou mighty Jive of rhyme, Who sing in stanzas quite as lead as able, The tory of that slippery ibsh sablie- I mean the tirl of the Atlantic cabie Miethinks you sing of thinga beyond your ken : To plate . f " 'eLe" makes Plaude.-ouuarn laugh 0 As If peace ete, or e'er could be araln, While thou art Homer,air-while I an dappho! Peace' peace ! name not poor antiquated peace! What need of peace have nations unbhsrbAOe, Who, like I'rr u:etheue, h senrie artillery seiza, And pen t.he poles with chains of iced caloric. Ard (iu c,,e:raire air, does it not seem plain That queaas, and qualms, and oombats--peace discarded. thotfld thrill these realms through every fitry vein, By this galvanic battering-ram bombarded? Faugh ! harp no more the Atlantic wonder on ! Bing, if thou wilt, that gra...

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. — 26 April 1868

SFFICIAL JiURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. . 0. IXO5. DEits *d lVvgqeear. - -- -----7 orrIC, 0o. N OUAM? ITml *.  l ma ssbhrset. Is adnaess. W; b.aftyearty, 8; grearte, 5K mades Us.hU sa ga Tea was Oase 5mm a M aeer egmewia. jave lvitic so *a Ins, vartably i Nyeose. IUNDIAY MORNaINIt, APRIL o,L. 1v6S. AjIUCMaINTs TMss IVINING. OIIgA IIOt'E--Adama iiprac in thre acts, "If I we'e be leo.ts huri...i etc. gIrDRINT CITY I I'M-- Ie if he 0 and a o t Charnle trssit-Wotoderfl liitl rg and r an.rel enro,.etie. g see 5.pplement. Cnaattr.-- d n our spectal notice columnri will be found a request to the several Epi.copal congre gati. te in the city to assemble this evening, at 71 o'clck, n SRt. Paul's church, to listen to som addresees to be made relative to the "Children's . . .. - ,ii,.o-- - Homle. A c.ll ction will be taken up for its benerlt. The Home is an instittion which has done much good for the little ones; and though " times are so hard" and " money so tight," we can all spare a l...

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. — 26 April 1868

Strmers stauilg piort &-1a2. A· ADVERTIBED IN THE DAILY CBRPL . leunday. April 94, 1&8. Tza.... W. (; IIEWES, Tripp . ...... AM olubi. ......... ....MAIL POATS-areo................ PM .s e. A.ril 3T. 104. L.nnwllb ..P WV TRADER. thtea ...... PM La',.. " NINA IWTMME~. (eatiouse ...5 PW Iayo. a. r... ... IRI RVILIA. ti.m ..............5 P1 I .,n,, MAlI. HilAt--,r's......... ....4 PM SPI :lIAL N(YrICEh. -- P*l r-I here will be a K etling or l 1 hs,, 1 . t. Hel, t' e%,, e A - A - ,, , lii. , f a· r',, I' ltI 1 isA l l',."' r. M') All VRNIN ., 27ibth ic.aL Ar ,.k M,*I ri-n anI .l hiL e t,.ret t id in tb , a Irct. ,h1. A sn .t,. 1, , nnti roe'se to attend, as Impr t ,l - Tb. Severnr l 3Pten.len (ornt-r.eaten i'n tto r n . r ' ,i mne. at Nt P.e.l i ',.r Toil, i ELl. Iai d. sax; nca.ck !nrvieewl ,e le-d AdA le*a.asilr d aIt r , ln, toko   I. wharll '. t e 'bldrnu'a Hil.' iroatsslt 1 il.e' pal Clareit. -- The Tlwes .see.,n I A.nlveraesy of lhb. M-t|h,(l Rat half,1x, I... I I'...

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. — 26 April 1868

gpn Ma ermn traa. OFFICIAL 10J AL OF THE STATE OF LOIISIANA. BUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 26, 1888. The Ce 6 as gsa' reV ase. IT T. D'AICT M 'G. I. Beside Niagara's awful water Be stood--a ransomed Irish slave ! elf-ransomed by a weofl flight. That robb'dhis Beaven of half its light, And flung him In a nation free A lettered slave of Memory. II. The Exile's eye strove not to rest Upon the cataract's curling creat, Nor paused it upon the brilliant bow Which hung aslant the gulf below The bahaks of adament to him Were unsubstantial all and dim. But from his gasae a child had guessed There raged a cataract in his breast. ill. A flag agaast the northern sky Aloee engaged his eye; Upon Canadisa soil it stood Its bhue was that ot human blood. Its red was crossed with pallid soears, Pale, steely stiff as prison bars. " Oh, cursed fag ." the Exile said, T" he air grows heavy on my head; My blood leaps wilder than this water On seeing thee, thou sign of slaughter. Oh may I never meet my death Till ...

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. — 26 April 1868

EUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, ls. Rcurdrv nst  Ua as f The money market is essenislly unchanged. Cld op0ned at New York this morning at 1341, against 13.1{ the cloalng rate yesterday. At 10 a. M. it was siit qnote d at the opening figure, and a' ::; . M. it ruled at 134. Tie demand and supply in this market have undergone but itl4e If any alteration, and the total operatlos. have clacnde I ocnly the appended amounts, via: $2000. 35000. $3500 and $f000O Gold at 140. $5000 and $10,000) at 13!:1. $3i000 and $2000 st 1399, and $5000 at 13:). Sal. s of ilver comprise 700 Mexican dollars at 141;. We now quote Goldat 1394'~40, Ameriesni Sier coin at 135l36, and Mexican dollars at 1424414[1. FI,KLiiaN ExcnAoen-Rates of Sterling and Franes have declined to day under a better sapply of commercial, caused by a resumption of par chases of Cotton for the foreign markete. The supply is still limited, howcver, and the total I actual sales comprised only the appended amounts. via: £15140. £2400 and...

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. — 26 April 1868

ab i esrans 4etetnt. OFFICIAL 0URN AL OF TIE STATE OF LOUISIANA SUNDAY MORNING, APRIll 24; 168. ACCTIOI IALmA MOND&T. THE PHERIFVP a!10. at sil ntrC r,., at Wa. 1, snarnnde les Walk na, I ,llr. iD ee uen, line, .shell, etc CHAR T AtMlI utlls. at II o'clh k A. .. , ast t cornser ' 1t. I hbris a.d Perd.to streetS, faunitore, etc. OpTOOMlERY BRL. A (cO. sell se II L . at Pail Amr's stables, OrGrar street, bhses, males, etc. S-See adaverUememts on secnd pare. Th. Dickens Banquet. PteEECU OF iENRY J. RAYMOND. Mr. Pr-iderl t and 1i,,.ftleten-lt seems to sAe, as I have no doubt it will seem to every one of you, that the prese of America ought to respond, at this moment, through some appro priate organ, to the noble and generous seats nente expressed by our guest to-night. I have no commission and no claim, and no right to speak for the press of the United States. rA voice, " Yes you have.") I am here offl.ially, and only ofticially, to speak for a section, a seg ment of that great 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. — 28 April 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUME XVII. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1868. NUMBER 219. THE CRESCENT'B DISPATOUEB. THEI MEMIPIIIM RACEMT. Specal to the New Orleans Crescent.] MeurnH:, April 27.-The Memphis Jockey Club races commenced to-dal uLder favorable auspices. The attendance warn very good, considering the inclemency of the weather. It has rained tuces santly for the pat three days, and the track was very heavy. The first race was mile beats, for Shelby county horses, for a puree of f$2!). and was won by 4Irnes ]),,,,,i,, beating Il,.iL in two heats. Time 2:04 and 2:09. The second race was a stake, best three in fve, free for all ages. There had been six entries, but only four came to the start. This race proved an unusually exciting one. In the third heat two of the competitors were distanced, and NS.' (I,'ynne. previously last in line, came In ahead, changing opinion largely in her favor. The fourth and fifth heats were won by 1'uPt ft'!~y, who had also won the irst beat. The f...

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. — 28 April 1868

h $eo *r1ga u ýes crt. 9-,:CIAL IOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, i. s. WZeO, ader ad P.e prlete*r. OrFVol. No. 4 COAMP XTRET. gs Ttm aseisipdsse. t Advance, iLL b-f reai 7.5 yestetri, 5L A las mvts t pl Scnta SW Toe WesaLy 0s.. Is pubwow 5vr7 Uasard4y. TiESi1AY MORSNIN(I, '|APRIL 2s4, ,s. AMETaMIENTU THIS EVENINO. IEW OPERA lOU'R-MY y-breer cr.ret pes, in five ctse. "L air tra Ie AOADENMT OF' MUST-DraIt mti n nde Vasrtet 'tOrte a s.el~t-ie~ n b, lllet. .) m l+ti sxere , - ilTre ,- ety,. eUl'*ENT CITY i MLMEI'M--N.. MJ ad t +I. tlarim U Wauoderful h e , ·n d s ,l rll ,ts' r:irto' ig • .m----o.- sII ee Ntnpplen 1ct. (Otr attentile iand up- rin nted turf cirrt spendent furnishes us this morning with ,i graphcw i., e',nt of the Mt-mlphis races, anit will c(,ntintte to, do so during the spriug in.et ing in that city. THE ('CLOitLD\VorE.-- At Shreveport, 1hiring the rtecnt canvass, there was a clnb conlpos,,i of colored Dlemocrats, who did ,,, i s,.r., e at the election. The Sit...

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. — 28 April 1868

,teamers tearing Fort Jo-Sul. -d ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY C EBCIT. Tmeiday. AprilI S, 14I. Tet. ...... nT MARY, Biorne ............... AM . onl. ....M...AIL BOAT-Ca..........P...... PM Watering Places... .FANCtF. lakeele.-CMars.....9 AM V esb.h r .... (lV ALLER. Caion. ...... PM BPECIAL NOTICYM. - ilted State IaterDala Iveoue, Io - I,, Ir ' th, e t Fr!t ,-trIlt. ro loibe,,l New l erlans. AVpil '  l- i . - ,' r , , h e y e h elb V r I h e r e r e c ilv e d I r ', ,t Ihe A.en ".r .,f thl. D,lt-t he Lilt if Rpecal TIan tfr l ,rrl) .. le"ned c Ibcn.. e fr the )lr tbelLnlng May 1, IL',, el pI I' l r, fa . I ,pay,  a d Rperl l Tax*s by the 20th a . "f M-.., Il " will be Il a ,i ite fr rcar ntu n oini trl .l+d rae ..+ it onre or er'tnm ,per nmon ,h u ilt pid, and a I ..« l, S I rfr dloin brlle sn wthout I -ri,-eel 'hI. pjte ith. c..po.e by law will be rntlidl inforced stet .t N I . ,, It 1 to p.y w hhn the tirme .prpfi-,! .) loest may be .-d. t', inh s at 4r-a N,.. 5, ('ultom IU.Ss...

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. — 28 April 1868

Ott 414m wmtans qntm. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL S2. 196$. to _____ de AU* TIOi 1AL10 THIS DAT. CI OG DE ERTFT s.ll.. at 12 ,i-wek w , at the Merchmant' and M. Aurctioter' IExchan . el or' tes rA eHAN T. NAHB lwtl lit it lo n<,k A .., at sat MUy a atrnt. eantle mcoteats or mid dwellolg. Mulrtl.OUMCtY IROlU. £ X. rts, at it o'dclk, at tbtheir 'Aseti Mart. 87 Camp street. fanitur, etc.. alo. t 01 II o'riclock A. a. at P. Lner's Stable as Orir street. n( boraes, males. etc. w M sPet drarsmranrt. an third ase. lU .ja WrrlItans Atong Itarkti b M Oatisalr Oiato.. No. 5M (Tarn oeuw. There is nothing new to refer to in the moe It Trent of the uioney market. Deposits still acr- ,i mulate at baik, and the demands for loans and discounts show asteady abatement. Gold opened v at New York this morning at 134j. against 113'I Saturday evening. At 11 a. M. it waS still on changed, and at 3 r. M. it closed at 1 .'). The de N nlend and supply in this market...

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. — 28 April 1868

he tw @rlta 4rtsute. TIUNDDAT MOWNG, APIL 8S. leam. rb. Sees alre In a. L.ots.. LOSS OtVI ONe MILLION DOLLARS. A St. Louis dmiatch of the 23d has the follow ing particulars of the late great fire in that city: About half.past three o'clock this morning a fre broke out In the extensive wholesale drug store of Blow, Cord & Co., 217 north Main street, which was entirely destroyed, together wish Grimsley & Co., clothing; S. C. Speck & Co., fancy goods and notions, and Langsdorf & Rosen stain, lancy goods ead notions, all adjoining each other on the south. Also, Jese Arnot, hate and caps, ooopying rooms over btlow, Cord A Co. The buildiag on the north was neused by Olark, Brothers & Co., and occupied by them as bank on the ground foor, and around the corner of Olive street by J. E. Crawford, gentlemen's for alshing store; Carre & Co., boat store; J. E. Scolle & Warren Champlin, tailors, and up stairs by C. G. GCoter & Co. The Price Current office and R. P....

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