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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 28 April 1868

MEDICAL. UarlllRN TIC DOUOLO VX. -0e UNIVERBAL NEURALGIA PILL. A eShe. CestaIm mad Speedy Care Co -103- to IIEUALGIA AND ALL NERTOUCe DISEASEDS. M. RI Le S ESPFFCTS ARE MAGICAL. It Ii the DUnfallng Remedy inall cases of Neralgs a Facllsl, o. fte effecting a perfect cure in l es than twenty.four hors, from tie use of no more than two or three Pill. NIo otbhr form of NenrIlgs or Iervons Disease has failed to yied to thh Fl WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT. i Even to the meverwt ee of fObrenae Neiralgs and rgene rld ervous dereaementl-of maey years stadlang--ffecting E te nitre sutem, Its se far a w dayn, or a few weeks at as tmeest always affords the most astonstbag relief, and my rarely falls to produce a complete ad perrament re. Re It contains so dregs or other materials in the elightes4d gire tlnjriouns even to the meet delicae system, and can always be nsed with PERFECT BAFETY. It b l ng been In ceoatant am by many o our MOST EMIINENT PHYSIOIANS. who give It their unanimnes and unqualI...

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. — 29 April 1868

TiHE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOIUIE XVII. WEI)NESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1868. NUMBE THE UILSUENT'B DIBPATOBgU S Kit aid the '11'i l  41E M11P I RACES . He and giot He srtowD aLY. ris ' r i ltl t the New i r'ans Cresesa t 'pe NIrPt'1 is, April 2N.-The attendance on the ' r,.id day of the Memphis Sprng Meeting waus "i very good, considering the wre'ched condition of p, t e roads. As was naturally to be expected there I was no very large attendance of ladies, still the Aft f~lr sex wi re rot alt,.gether nrepri.sented. The r I i av} rains last night made the track very heavy, !u)l u n more then it was yeetee.lay. The first race was for a pIrse of 2510, mile r aet 1e tI for 'l y -ar Ids: ter SA ni,. .... .. .... ... . I Sa u te Ii,,.' ' " . . LiGo 2:A' ; i 2.2. The second race was for a purse of $,00 ; two nile heats, for .11 ages : De I W av k. . , .... ..... ... I ! hl:,ire the cl.-- of the race it has cleared oft fro I .u:ifu:ly. n Akiri the pripe 't- of a brilliant J attendance to i...

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. — 29 April 1868

the Vmw @r 1ans (4tstnt. IFfCIAL OORNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, . O. WIZeN. 3de.sr Sad PV'rurtoev. orrFiu, 0 No uC AMP ITKP'.. MW Tart eBasotptoks, m adven., i; .A.f erlyi, P; sartr. S, ail. espli., 10 sas1. _i TTs SL OUmas.Cr Is pairiei 5Y y 5 5arday,. Iaberrtpupot l pem uma., ILeariably Is adsvea WEl \FRIIAY MOtRNING, APhIl. 2, 'ocs. MU LSeWMATN Tills IrVE. IQl . £OADEMT OF MIw'M(-D'a,micre ans Vvr.tr nterta'n tm --btin' .. islet. run t: rr . , t r!e  un, .:r. IRE('F.-T 'ire tI:iKt'M-N,. ck( '.d ii -t. - hsr'l ___ nee - pplr.sa . LIe t'lP AT La'(it 11It . [l Tie last lectuire of the canrse given tini er tihe a.1- pice' of the "()rteans Litrary anid Il., tnln Nociety" at yvceumini }all. will i, d.' livre,,l this evecnint 1.y 1r. T. Dic'k1. ,n l:runvi. The thit e wll lee th t.c ''Life and G. ni 1, f I .nry Tin;,rod." The late l["nry Tlcuirci was one of the most brilliaut uf South (Ctroliuais ti my gifted Sons; and Dr. IBrunes, a hrother Suoithl Carolinian, is admirel, 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. — 29 April 1868

Steamers SLearing Fort o-Vag. --e-- - Al ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CR BOY. Wedneeday. Aprll S. 14S. M bil......A........MAIL R8,A.T-:'rs............. 4 PM Toare. ..... CPRt('ENT. lHawthor .......6 AM atrcw-.. ....... WILD WAtHONIR, rIrb.rero..6 PM Opr"e,...4 ...... ...AN.NI WAI.LEY. lou.,ller.... 5 MA 4IBrd. ll . " . I,.~I~( VILL, . Sho nk ...........I PM L '.-1,1 ,h. IP)FXTR. M.,notgnlteey ......... S PaM --oaed Rte-d or Iltndearl i e es...W ew O( ht- t4 t ,,r II(trt IA NI.. Rrl . ,r ....Oe... A. PI -- -- :;AI N r c ,. (Ir ,,,r-. .Atrl, '"th It".y - n d aft. , M' I 1114 of. 4th 24 ..s -Pcs. t hertei,.,yt a rwsn te.. I Is... t",'elsd Ir'm .t, th ', l. l . /' . no , , . h ti, . '¢t th 5 th . H aid wx 1. r All rt I o' lck F..  i, nt:l n , rt er I. Ta. * by ,,rthe 20the d a d., 4 H P. JAIAu .t - L'nled Stlots. lereol tl veue.- e ,Us ,. . r -ftn a F lr-t I) tr~et I.-Un; I'na, . '4iw I)rlleum, l, ,I 41 w.' -- . t e t. hero 'r Urn .rh' mr Ih'. tilpa.ldd arm t' A.. l-or ",I Il, DL t-,,t f...

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. — 29 April 1868

deoc ._t mm W - ltani I stItI- the thor OFFICIAL JOMNiAL OF TIE STATE OF LOUISIANA , a WBDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1c18. Ci. it AFCTI'IO SALJU T IM DAY. CHAS. T. WASH .ells. at 11 o'click A. m., at the ceneer ,. ece4 L .('hbales sd Pertddo treia, rurnitoe. etc. Ala, t S 12 o'clock m. toot eor LAfayet street, crn, hbay, esc.. 5a5bti d-mased. MONTUONIRKY LOg. A CO. sell at 11 A. "., a PaiL l er's stailee. GrOar seemt. haor es, mlee, Bsoe. Sac advrtlsemie an third gae ssk. .a1) rl*eans pono .p ar . ll Thei 0m--- OrnoaM o. M 0a*P arms, liray. Teews Evenng Apr ih Z9, IS1s. requ Nothing whatever has transpired since the close supe of our last weekly review to alter the condition of for t the market. The surplus of Currency has been day constantly increasing and the demand for ac:om- was modation steadily decreasing. Iates are still and nominally unchanged, however, and we wculd rclm therefore repeat as the ruling rates, j" i cent. par t~ 2 annumat bank and 1l4f }i cent. per month iut ...

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. — 29 April 1868

PIAN(tL.E$ WING ýt AC'HT1R( . Ta aoN nrANo roATr. 4 GRAND TRIUMPH OVUS ALL OTbRE PUlOSO III LUaOPIE *3 AMSEWEA. The A RION PIANO ORTA. daaIre by tthe Jleagea t laet Valr of the AmrioO*u Inloatte. held ia nteoteaolr and fit-.,i.a ia.7, to be the itwa p.00 ito etibiituu , and after tl Itrll. ti tetd by Iia AmI am 'l asata t. tIE thon" of its .muceefl x ,tot, re at the Parl haposition wastI, clar 1 y ther Jude to bo the heat riao olawu t, aem Al. , .* WANTh.D VrltC¢.laa «id reso. tlble Aeatko wantmd i, rerry city and to wn we . have not alrtLdy p. p.oin tr d them r.ed for ci. rr.lars. ilt tat. ate Maafaaa.ry and uweronae, 1at so to-ýPA D el. ,,, .t..r .w e h w.. . . V t. i - --tei F'IAK Pl3n0 .. .....PIR PIA.ni, Ilthr 0 )1vw Hfi. l, 7 Mwag-tne astreet basea a Ie Iso of YlA>OM. aasal.etraedis LioltIar. whh M be gra eft.i + ie.l, in al1 repeto t, tino. f foreig ta maker otre: I,,, ..e In lth .e.t. Pil will be found No)DMAI.1i V t x ..ic set ,an ted t,,'il], Vr iM HIYr WAi AWARDED ...

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. — 29 April 1868

I Sh Ca Srleaus 4reutu W IEDBEBDAT I OIING, IPBIL 29, 18i8. The Crep* i the Seth. LoUIrIAA. TI From the Empe Parish, Plaqesmissal Warm bright and sonny day we have enjoyed this week. The prospect is as if spring. "gentle spring," has commenced I euraet. The erth a will soon be clothed li a thick mastle of veget(a. tion. Thus far mature has favored the eAorts of our plantrs d farmers to produce heavy cros. On many plantations, the cae is al eady well uer way; the area planted in rice will be much larger or than last season. We are sorry to learn that th-re A. s a disposltbon among our agricultorists to drop of the cultivation of corn; this is wrong, entirely wrong, and we advise our friends to grow all the corn they need. Our potato fields wl give ample returns, our orange crop will be rather light, o and our gardens are now In excellent condition. Di [(rom the Ibervlle South. th. With one exception, there are no complaints C, regarding the crops ti our parish. The exception S is tha...

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. — 30 April 1868

THE NEW ORLEA11NS CRESUEN T. VOLUME XVII. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 30l, 1868. NUMBER 221. Adddress d rUn -ro Too - EfTVOUBS AND )EBIL3TI.TATE) -wsoes Sufferings Have Been Protracted ]IIDDEN CAUBE. B Whose Cates Require Prompt Tritment -40 BENDER EXIBTENCE DEBIRABLE. If you are esibrtg or bote sarrsed from Iavoluntary die charges. what effect does Itpeeda upe s ear geners heoath? Do you feel weak. deb lta1oed, eaWy tired ? Dose a little ex tr estartles produse palpitfola of the keart? Does your Ivor, or urinary orgeas, er e d kidi.ys, frequently get out of order ? Is your urine som-times thteb , milky, or locky, or toit ropy on stling? Or desa thlek am rsee to the top? Or i a sediment at the bottom after it has stood awhile ? Do you have spells o&sbort breathing or dyspepdsi? Are your bowels costlpated? Do you have spells of fainting or rashe of blood tethe ead? Is your memery impaired? Is youear wind eesatetly dwelliag open this subject? Do you feel dull, stllaes meplig, liad o...

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. — 30 April 1868

Shet w nrlqaus 4.smite IFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LSISIANA. S. S. NIXON. lldtt.r ad re.opat w. OQ'lIa, weo. oa OAMuP 1TrLT. lip Teart ahasmasses., is ssa Su:; Mryie5s, Mta agt7y, S stle "ePeis. I Smesa r Tsa WaaL Osmuast p aghatsi se E aJ das. whaeartpls pM p sam. .ravrlsblty i u/dem. THRi.-tDAY' VORNING, APRIL 30. 188. AMUssI ENTT THIs ZVrINOxS. I3W OPERA HOU'RE-Meyerbeer's grand opera, in Ive sea "L'A Mtr no " *0ADRMT or MIaNl(,-Dramatle and Varlet Entertain iert- Shgms, ballet. rymUtw larc.ss. burlesques, etc. 34 i+.1,T CITY MUL'SEl -Noa 40 and U +it. tharis gos--Wmonderal living anldnatural cartiesitl. -se I skee upplemernt. THA PR]EIELNTTAL QUESTION.--The com mnnication signed "Juvenis," in another column, contains some striking observations on special causes of weakness in a radical Grant ticket for the presidency, and on cer tain considerations which point to MIr. Pen dleton as n worthy and availal,le candidate. The reasons which it assiguns why Grant should be unacc...

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. — 30 April 1868

%tramers eaering Fort 5o-1ag. hA ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CREBC . Tbursday. April Ml , 1988. L,n.i.tlle. DEXTER. Motgomery ..... ....S PM kind klver ..... I.[1k TATE, Pecketta......... P Watering Place.... FsIAN(EN. Blakeelee-- r.......9 AM Mo . MAIL BOAT--(:M ............. 4 Py SPEICIAL NOYrICIb. ---There II lll IIaMeetIg ft 1k. Mle ki.rl J·) " tub held TH10 FVKe'N(t. at 7' o'adel , at dlG otnem a  street By oder FPt WVie Preident I. L .AMhd, leretary. - fall or *.*utsIams !edge Ne. 109. P. A A M -Te rierra and membners " f this en se . arer *,+.r~ d t,, it ;'rld :,, r vey.lar " llmuulr.trn, , of thin I,.lll. I'ilI'. 'itir lliAY LYIWNINti at 61, o'clodc, punctually. ' r,,inf gr rir, are cordially invited tI, attend. 111 order , ( the W. M.: ARTTIrIR WAI'TI;. Necretary. o- fe Iord lof Underwre.ter.-cew e .,r *, Al, -.tth IMIM5--stn 4m Rf- M 'l.lAi. 4th VAS t. ' ttn i,. of tlr' Tlpiietlls i,.r l .y.nr th a Heard wdll' , S.. at 3 o u'lock Pr. , until fIlrtber ,,le "fy oindr oI tbe...

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. — 30 April 1868

t hem Qriteanl 4t5ttm. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, APIIL 30, 1 8. AICTION BALM T"I DAT. MONTGOMEROII 6O A 00. Nll. a 11 O'sled,. as ihelr Aucile Mars 87 Cerns tr hlt fure, eu , alo, as 11 o'clock . . Mt P. Lar's Stabls, on OGrneir screet, ceas,. mle o.t Noe (cyIr l.umta. nor. third peae. ita ®*rltans Iongj l arant. S Olu.-V.V Oies,.. 0o. N 4.30 rase, WeCtight cemoms. April 2J. lr& The money market continues essentially onu changed. Currency is abundaot and the dernuIl for accot, rnr.idatlon retricted while rates of all gradts of paper still role la for several uluainti pest. Gold opened at New York this moraiz a: 1394 against 131i the closing rate last eveniln. At 12 I. It was quoted at the latter figure, and at 3 P. x. It -1 eed at IT3:1. Quotations here have slightly relaxed, and operations disclose a further duilton in. We aljex particular its i fll,wes, viz: $41i0 G;old In the morning at Il4i : t21.!ii. :$3, 00, 4( i,0l $5 i1! and 110....

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. — 30 April 1868

T UIUIN ' TIC We@LOUEIW. UNIVERSAL EBURALGIA PILL. A Sota. Ceetalm sad S1pesp Care -me -pem EKIALOIA AND ALL NITVOIU DISEABSB ITS EFFECTS ARE MAGICAL. It to the DaMtig anodyed to .5 ceese of Neeiples Piastels, oe'hs / a perbet n Ie tems them twemuybur boer., btm the me t me me tham two or three Pil. *o other form of Nearlgte or Nervous Beenae ben ma to yield to this WONDERFUL EMEDIAL AZJENT. oeam to the emerest ss - Obfer wells ind gme ral nervoes derangem laeo.-of pee me ateading-.eoe`g teo entire stem. Its u sr a b. dap, raewerebs Satmost. always sTords the most astonishlng reid, and ery rarely falls to produce eaempete and permanent sar· a It conelo ame dregs or other mmerals the sighwtea*t gree lajorloa, even to the meet delosto system, and s always he used with PINP10C SADPEf. It bas ong been Io esetent ae by menrof ear MOST EMINENT PHyNaIIAN. who give it their onmlmo and adqallie approveL est by mal oe rmedp$ o( price end paemore Oe pckga. S61 00. Poetags centso 1ix ...

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. — 30 April 1868

she MW @lmn *euld THURSDAY OB1II1O, APRIL 30, IMS. The O e Iao the SeIth. ALABAMA. I[Fre the Ileb Joe wsI Frem all accounts the sworn o WedndIda5, aight last, was the severest, sad more general, than any that has visited the Book is many yanre. AU the roeds are badly washed, and though we beer of oe special damage that has bees dose, we feel tuled much will be heard hereafter. The L lowlands that were planted under fverable ss. a ploes, and which were sepposedto be beoid the reach of say further freshets, must now be. judg lng from the river. eatrely .ebmerged. This wil hart cetesa, but help the ora market. o00aOIA. [Prum the nes Jeerasl, m.1 Tma CMors -Up to the late heavy freshets the crops were doing finJly. But the fields were everywhere flooded with water. covering sad c borying the young plants. In low and rolling r gronds the soil. guano and crops were, in thou sends of Inatances, washed entirely away. They will have to be atmost wholly replanted. There is, fortasately, ple...

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. — 1 May 1868

THE NEW O RLEANS CKESCENT. VOLUME XVII. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1868. NUM Eddress pro Tas 14ERVOUY AND DBILITTATED malerlngs Have Been Pretracted -rase Il )T)E1N CA.USEiMR `Whose Cases Require Prompt Treatment -ro iENDER EXISTENCE DESIRABLE. IIf you are suffering or habo suffered from Involuntary dis eherges, what effect does It preduce upe your general health? Do you feel weak, deblitalted,*ast y tired? Dmoe a little ex tra exertihe produce pal.Itation of the kart ? Does your liver. or urinary organs, or your kidneys, frequently get out of order Is your urine some trims thbio, milky, or fi ctky. or toit ropy on ttling? does eathick som rLe to the top? Or e a saedlment at tbehbdtom after It hu stood awhlle ? Do you have spells of krt breathng o dyspepsita Are your bowels conslipated? Do you have spells of falotlng or rmahes ofbloodto the heed? Is your meumory tupalred? Is your mind constanty dwelling upon this subject? Do you feel dlLlistless moping, tired of company ftitfe Do you wi...

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. — 1 May 1868

$hr __m Or anm waceta. lFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOOISIANA. ". ". IXON. fltteS tin Prept'ee . OVVIOI Jo. w laP IAp 8tNI. iw Tar,) eiaerias, In am... ; lftfrfl, I:; r ta Msaaw Omasev t ps tebhi 1r7 5amrdav j·merepon ,a p ama te, sNt m aab t domes. FiltiAY1 M',RNINO. MAY 1, u1498. AMi UresagTN TEII IVZINQe. EW OPllRA HoUtIIE-Ben. t of nr and Mine. Rexnin F,4-. Pr d p- r in r,,ir ,t s 'Maruths '- 'ou.dy ,i one t 'L., ('rVia, ate , the " alADEMt or ML iin--Dramatie ad VarYetv latertala saent-i-nag, ialleai. ,ema.tai e.serces turiequ"as. ete. 5J4'4ENT I'ITY MUUECUM--nt. 40 sad cLt. Cbari.e stre-t-Wndwhld t itvi. and nataurs eartositm. i see Repplemet. ....e 4 4.--- We rite with pleasure the arrival of Colonel John Hancock, a brother of the late comn mander of the fifth nilitary district, who, on Wedntsd,:y, itassumetiil control of the oflir of collector of internal revenue, recently vacated by Gen. Steednman. Col. Hancock's adminis tration of the arsli hu' and responsible dul...

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. — 1 May 1868

seraners gneautg part 0o-la. Ad ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CRESBCIT. Friday. May 1, ie.s on.,t ' I) DEXTkI, Mrttrnr ......... .rl ........shlA LBXa. i ea.n.......t .M r.a'eara. ..i..... NRVILLR.Gr. .... ...P IAM 1l t sitr.... LITAWANNA, BrInker .........5 I'M ol, . MAIL tOAr-;c .. ..... ... 4 PM i-- f i fer-; ....--(mea Ut.1.ed at rmderw~lCerm._wew Mn*. April 20th. I h.--(la at nlf atr MOINI)A. 4th M., ont, the 1.' $ ,frcan1lwutws comp,'mlng h.1 hd wil .I , isa. tZ2. Icky. r. , until fazter n.,tcr. y iorder ol tlhl Orad 8. P. JAeVItEs. Pmrr'ery. -- l id int.', late eIl teveenu, (.n - .t.r t(o f Fir-t DI-tr'. t Lolmle , .'w (Dte ,.n. Ap.l 24, l'i.. -.i t t. I. |Irekr or Yen th yt I htve roce)-'* tram the A h".-,,r I, tthi Dietrl't he o Iid r nlp,",l trt r e tr net tt 'Cl{d IwI.n. It, heyer i.frini,g Mt) t, 11.i, aod 'm ris April T'. 1,r. All p .r.ons. farin to ypIyc'd Special Tat-e by the 20th dry iof M.y ,I"i.'0l he 'Ib', n m 'it.E r er**tt oWenare y. ood a)tioe.. ,! Pesoe tier ...

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. — 1 May 1868

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TIE STATE OF LOUIANA 1 ."7 --- ` . .. .. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1. 1t18. -a A;CTIOI BALhm TRIS 1AT. CHAi. . WASH ails., at 11 o'clock A. . at the corner of tL. Charles ad Perdido stressa feraltare etc. -ONRT(OOMEtR BKoh. a CO. mel at 11 A. i., t Pail. umer' astables. Ormer gert, bheea, maei, ste. fe .dva rtle. tanse on thlrd p .e. m gtritans Imong Agarklo. OpIs,.. O orna 50.5l OA0P 1 Nothinfg has tranrlred since the date of our last to materially affect the condition of financial affairs. Gold opened at New York this morning at 13l, the closing fgsre yesterday. At 11 A. M. it c was quoted at 139. At 12 M. it ruled at 13 o,. and P at 3 r. M. it clo(ed at 139 . Rates here have sym tathized with the advance in tfeformercity. We Save again to report moderate sales at slightly enhanced priceL Mhobjoined are the particulara of it.p prini.palI oIpeations for the day. via : $301', , $5 (, $10l.04, antil $13 00 g;old at 110; $2')00 and $4'100 at 14-: ;$1 -'t), $2'O0 and...

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. — 1 May 1868

UT VER's TIC eIVmIsUIW. UNIVERSAL II RALOGIA PILL. A Sae. Ceutala a"d Speed! care -roa IUtRIAIIA AND ALL wIuEOUS DIBIABUB. ITS EtPECTS ARS MAOICAL, Is to Ihe DaMlag Reamdy is all oase NeusalgIa ladedall.* ften eafectlg a perfoet care In lees them tweity-fear hoers, frmee ae am of a. mere thae two l thrau Pllea NM other form ofI Neralgt or Mervoes . ease has u hls to yield to this WOWDERPUL REMEDIAL AGENT. Nven In the meverrt cmas of Obroelo Weerslga mld geen ral aserve derloesaeIe-of many years tadllffensng tae eatire systeml,. its e fr a aw dae, or a few weeks at i atmost always abdes the meat etsIesa relief. cad cry rarely fails to produce a eaepleto and permaneem eare It ontrins so drians or other material l the dlgltemle. gree tlJmru.s., evre the meet delieme euTem ml oanm always be amed with PERFECT SAPETT. It has long been Ia ceoteat me by many fl oar obT EMINENT PYTSIOIANB. who give It their ananlmous cad onqeaitfled approval east by maul. reaap et Peieand peas/ One p ocheg...

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. — 1 May 1868

gk so Sol" emram. PRIDAY I0139lII, lAY 1, tSS* Leveo lkpedars. Hu~AeQUAt5 PaIrr Mn ILITA Dttwcr,u New Orlesa, sI, Aprl 29, p8~. SThe eotretioa of the br Davis plets tion leve, is the paurfi of Bt. Charles, LA., havins bun completed, the followleg neaud paon.. (enlure) are hereby pointed a board to is. pet said levees om with the provisions of the contract for buldig thse easm: J. J. Conway, ona the part of the goeror of LonWa J. Van Pelt, es the part of the Board of levee Cemamistioers. trht Lent. Wa. HBolobe, 89th Infantry. on the part of the eooemedisg geseral, 1tth military district. The board will meet to-morrow, at 10 o'clock, 4 on board the steamer ile Morse, foot of Oanal C street, and proceed to make the aspootioa. After the naspeotio is made a fell report in e writing wi be seat to these beadquarter. By commasd of lrevet A.Ga. . C. Buchanan no0. L. IIHARSUFF. I Omcd: WATH WEL BXABNA . oseid Ilatesst ?boa' s 1yn Itnfatry. rem« tVe Liut.ant U.eA. A., Asette Asssae AdJutses ...

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. — 2 May 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLiME XVII. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY ; 1868. NUMBE t;cRVOUS AN D DEBILITAT]` -Tubes S-ferlrg Have BDeem Prtracted HIDDEl OAVUSEB Whose Cae Require Prompt Treatment -90o BINDER E'XISTENCE DESIRABLE. If yes aeesrO e4 or have setered from lavohestary hi J oergs, what .elr delSNmdaoe upeon yar geaeral bleal Roes hau week. debftated easily tired ? Deee a lIttle O tre exertion preduce pepltatien of the bear ? Does your liver, or rinmary orgas, or your kidnoeys, feqstly got ouat of order t I. year arune sem-t4me thinr, milky, er eelky, or i ropoy s selttagt Ordoes a thlek scmise to thetop? Or is seedlmest a th botteos after It Ia steed awhile ? De you have sall o heo t blehlnog  dywsppst ? Are yeaour bowels couatpsId? Do you have spells of falating er rashes of blood to the head? Is year memory Implred? It your mind seat t'y dwldg pon this abeet? DO you feel tll, Ustie mopltg, teod of osepey efIUbt De you wish os Me lA teles. I get asway from everybody Does an...

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