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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 31 May 1868

rhe_ Xiu Orrians *(tesnt. IfFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. b I J. O. NIXON, Attser and Prepteser. b ___ _ Iti OFFICE, No. 94 ('AMP STREET. 1 S.- b UWTearlr Sobseriptlons, Is advance, $16; half awly. $8: p Cpurr, . $ igle copie.s, 10 utA- b sPTe WICELY CuascNT is pablished every Saturday. Smbecription $5. invariably in advsse. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 31, 1468. 0(( NT:ar'LATIN: Sricr'r:.--Horace Greeley e once intimated to another fawius lerson iii o a different line of humbutglgry, 1'. T. ILir- a num, to wit : that he thought of terminating ' his political career, at some liture time by a going a-fishing for the r, mainder of his life. < It is now evident that Le cuttemplates t-r minating his political and corporeal existenuc tl by suicide. Hlere is the proof in the con- a cluding paragraph of a recent letter adlressd s' by Mr. Greeley to the " Universal l'eace c Society": "I apprehend that some of the I P chronic enemies of t .ace will have to lie dis- n arnm d, possibly...

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. — 31 May 1868

Stramers stafing port So-fag. Ad ADVERTIBED IN THE DAILY CREBCrT. Sueda. Moy 81s. 191. Toas.. JOSREPHINE, I.wls-Ca .... 7;; AM Meui,... ....... ...MAL BOAT--ine .............. rY Meodays duose 1. 180.. - ra P .....a .1 iRVILLR. Greos ... ... . I'M j orche ........INA IIMMER. Orahon.se ... 5 PM Iobs........... MAIL lBOAT--Ca. ............ 6 SPECIAL NOTICVEb - Demoertle State CetIral oinmntte- Ther t wll hbe a metling of the tCommltteo at liawkse b I ub PRone ocn (' .n.,,n .trest, Ou TOISDAY N?1tHT, June 2id t. ic.f put 7 o'clock. Iy) older ul thei rgede,,t. 3dr. M. SIMAIl.WOOOD.0 . a, rty (Chambyer of ('oe 4 ermee. - IRoquar Maluily Me.tlni will h he'd on MUOi)AY JcV'llNlM, I1. .'ne, at he f past 6 o'rn' i at ' me. neor ,Leel*iana Nsa tlconal benk, co;omon streot. ATrHI'R C. WAUIH, at Secretary and Treasurer -i-khaepeerr Club -A Speclse MHetingr Fl this tIh will tee bed at their roeas on UCNAt)Y the "ilt, at I o',,i ck A. , Pactual a endance is reested a ly order of the President....

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. — 31 May 1868

- rftanSR ra Swi FC TH STATE OF LOUISIANA. OFFICIAL JOURNAL B_ ., GMAY 31, luls. Cas Suidtl Windows. 1Y IAAkirH TAYLOR. Returned to warm existence-even as one Sentenced, then blotted from the headsman's book, Accepts with doubt the life again begun 1 leave the duress of my couch, and look Through Casa Gtidi windows to the sun.1 A fate like Farinata's held me fast In some devouring fit of fever fire, IUntil. from ceaseless forms of toil that cast The Spirit of the house brought help at inst. With Giotto wrestling, through the desperate hours A thousand crowded frescos must I paint, (<r snatch from twilight's dim and dunky bowers Ilternate forms of bacchanal and saint. The streets of Florence and her beauteous towers. Weak, wasted with those torments of the brain, The circles of the Tuscan master's hell Were dreams no more; but when their fiery strain Was fiercest. deep and sudden stillneu fell Athwart the storm, and all was peace again. n She came, whom Casa Guidi's chambers knew,...

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. — 31 May 1868

Igh 1etr @rltans Irtsrtt. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1868. trm Erleas Eonp Parlt. bat ardta Bsar YM 30. sla The movement in financial circles to-day ha. exhibited no alteration whatever that calls fur special notice. Gold opened at New York this morning at 139., the closing rate yesterday. At 12 x. it was quoted at 1339, and at 3 r. M. it closet1 at 13t'". Rates in this market have disclosed but little variation of any kind, and with a lamited supply and demand, operations hive been re. stricted to, the appended actual sales, viz: $2'), OCO Gold at 139* ; $13i000 do. at 13. , and $510 ad $M.(0 do. at 1394. Sales comprise $75;i nmerican halves at 13;. We now qiiote (tild a. 394@13,4. American -,lver coin at 1373, Li36, aun exican dollars at 11-144143. FonaamNi ExcnaNus-The offering supply ot ommercial sterling and Franos has been of a ery restricted character to day, and the remit ance demand indicated no improvement what. ver. Rates were firmly maintained, however, a, ill be seen b...

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. — 31 May 1868

ýht *42 *drtas 4m t ent. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, P SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1868. ALCTIO* SAL MOI.DAY. t1 OEAB. T. IINAH tell at i o'elWek t. ., at salsroom c.rner St ('har.e azd Perdildo, furniture. o 0. DE iERIET Mells, at 12 o'clock . at the Merchant' ad l Auctioneers' Exchange, lot ftoe jwelry. a, MIO1TOUOMERYT BRo. a Co. e as I t11 . a., at PhiL a Lwr's stables. rer i street, bhres.., mules, ete. 'I 1N dver usemt.nt on second page. __ n Al Twillgha. We sit by the window, my baby and I, In the fadiog sunset light, t Watching the darkness creep over the sky, Out of the Eastern night ; We see the stars come trembling out n In the track of the fallen sun, And we feel the quiet, within and without, C That comes when the day is done. What have we been doing all day,all day, Since the rosy morning smiled Playing at work and working at play, t G;od help us mother and child; C But much I fear those little hands d Have put me to shame to day : For God, who is earnest...

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 June 1868

T E NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. '(iol ME XV!II " TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1868. NUMB .a t L ary Asod III m Sn BEAU'I'I"UL COMPLEXION III LMIIO LDS Concentrated Extract Sarsaparilla. IT REMOVER BLACK SPOTR .PrMPLER, MOTH PATi'tlCi AND ALL ERCLPTIONS OF TrT! bLIN. I, tIhe Pprwltg Monti- thre rytem natrally undernrcea h r- Rd IlllI MR1iLD' IIH H0 LY CONI'EIFrRATEI) 'A(tl OF hAKNAPARILLA to an a·tant of tie .t vlLe. TOUNG LADIES, BEWARE' *fhe in.n-ue .-r'r of Face PoeIderv and W..H.. All Inch remed*ies rlno. tp th poes of hec stil tnd a a hbort tlme doroy the comp;exit . If you won ho-, . fr.'"h healthy ._d voatb'u, arpearlps e, IE IIKLMBULI) I, IKIXTRAIT HIARMAPARILLA. Nt a few of the worst dtorderl that aflict ma.kino l Irtlo RIommc.ro ti n .I the blood. HBIgIIOLD' RE\ PRACT tARArARII.LA IR A REMEDY ofi thl utoet ve;ue. HELMBOLD'H EXTRAC(T AR.SLPARILLA crleone iand reanvate the blood. IastIl. the vigor of health into the Oyote• and pure out the humor that make diseam. QUANTITY TR. QUAL...

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. — 2 June 1868

lhe Ijew @rihans ts tat. "FF CIAL JOl NAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. m 4. . NIX@N, Editer and Propriteter el ori.CE, No. 04 CAMP STREET. 74 at IPearly 8obseriatios I advance, $16; half yearly, $; t( wtenrt ,$ b:ndela cple. 1' cmt eITms WaSLy Caaaltar ips blihed every Saturday. ab rltr.,t'L $ invarialy in advance ti -- - d TI' K"AVY MORNINi,. JUNE 2 IiaR. P )IuMOCRATIC IHtTE CENTRAL. CoeoIrxrrE.- A meeting of the State Central Cormmittee will a be held this evening, at 7 o'ithlock, in rooms sI over John Ilawkinr's, for the transaction of " important btuin sas. ft TPORT ON TIIS MFTAIE.-ri- r',-imorrow the Metaitie Course will again be brilliant with si life and gaiety, for there is to ibe- given an en- c, tertainment consisting of a mul-e race in nmil heats, gentlemen riders; a double team rae-. I mile heats, owners to drive; pcing race, to har- I mess, mile heats, owners to drive, and a rni- 11 ning race, mile heats, free for all aes, also to ei be ridden by gentlemen riders. The ...

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. — 2 June 1868

r ttamers Staving ort io-Nag. Ad ADVERTISED II THE DAII Cc'UCEUT. Te.eday, Jamne  S. Tas ... . HARRINR, to ... 11 AM p.. Pt.., . . II/ZI's Hi JI fg, ieota ...... S I'M W.-rmcng Fl.ar0 ...LUALA.  rN A............9 AM Red R , r.. . r J M .~rj lr. Wh . ......... PM Vi rk sg........ 4I). '. Cannon .. PM Y 1l.' 'Iat-C'an ...... .... P - - '."'r(:JAY. r1ývrIC -e .',.IAL NEVrFlICL8. - ONU. rf t1 eathers e pBlt at Lee.. to. Jn.e l.t I'J' -1- bea 6 n el octtoa ). ru sr o Le TN, o .re H'i dl ' A. .'r 4"tn w' I tIkIo p .' in th4a c4 i ,. , the Aron, t 4n 2t L on .tr," '.n IMONDAY. t4. M4I ',u., . . ,,I' is "p" dGu1 r m ,1 A a , v t I . 7y S 4rd r 1 th e I r a.tde. L1L IO M4tH y,. -ý - - - r7. -ig.mslra?' Stllas C(1tral t.)OUm ttaeo TJe ri 11 l. a meetl .. fl toe t mmt4 p at. I r l4V.l4' (·..@ a f+ ,.n c ' ,, ,, ,, I tre , n 'rolrSDAY nll r, Jews t hllr p· t 7 4 ,rck.l by ", d ,o the 0.it.le4.4t. nW. r IMALLWOrOD.edrm y. P l o pf ui .d Happy Mar l ndrd e-ro Tn.r ,41 r l . l . w" c.h Ku'd...

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. — 2 June 1868

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TOE STATE OF LOUISIANA TUESDAY MO)RNIl, JUNE 2. SAR. AUCTIOI SALDe THIs DAT. 0. DE I.RIFT sells. at 12 o'etek a . t the Merchants' and n Auetiaeera' Elxchange, r.al estaut U0$usalsr etsu a 8olt.O. m, M Ii *d.ml, at LhT Aestm Mart, 87 Oamp stemt, furnitare, etc.; also, as II o'clock A a. at P. Ler's Stale, on Oravier street, horse. males.etc. pee adverttsements on third Page. saw erltnas jienil a arkl. M.,ud BImin. Jane L. t16i. This has been another doll day in fionscial cir cles. The money market was inactive throurbh out, and rates of interest and discount exbtuited no alteration ahatever. Gold opened at New York this morning at 134l. against 1391, the closing t rate satutday. At 11 A. M. it still stand at the latter figure. At 12 x. It was quoted at 139., and at 3 r. a. It closed at 13!i. Operations here are cot fited to the annexed amonnts viz: $2irs' Gold at 1394. $55(e do 13Y , $1000 and $to10 do. at 1394 $40100 and f5iO40 do at 13a', $504 Ameri can halve...

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. — 2 June 1868

C a .nrm......... ..............  .lasas WW OZAS sYAl WaNW P A* a" e New Omahn. year of ea Lrd we ,. hipbsd sd ioar ty-gt , the g4st d aamm t ty-smesna t ems e a aar t I s" miabe ic i skd abio I r i0 Mbo ll s ..dmhorba whomttip medsrsL wh oI mwe sae lte ap the e º1 se t ae at a the erstin at n,, a • , l. n .bi•g.ha Co.. er se campan i o ess a Ir (L tchmies ARTIOCL L bThe sam d Cd o f t N pe y s As be rthe "WHaN 0£LbA U SfgI hIUVI O0EAdT." med he doetI L s her hy eutahtlee to the tty 'o Now Ol..i aed It shal ataemeet Ed a5em ma. mes s eo d may d at de s h. Ihe eoad othe on of the c mpony aon lyt AR '3W5 Ul. esore ndeto m.1we ws sme3 maemth or srmtm aie bonow s.d. sees mo mareeraloe. tbereastit.me awlnre r. t be* ste ld t e edshd aed a et.autel i the raty .ot ro o b( ao, ai ed to u o b eeme l n i, he to c t ourd b ms or t ' .of aI Sm Je l Bther any a. mpy my e t Lesthear ld ARTICLE Ill. b.m pral stel of led Onteoee Ia he ehekl o a tLe Lal ats d maves , uu f eee l e -sh, a e wh...

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. — 2 June 1868

imiss , w Is i se sl rI* i a ste ui Kasuma from Dalls, betwee whirs plo6m ono of O. ret erious okbstoions gre f!ea: . 'the o It. Democrat, of ,asrsy, be e every portion of Bast Fellolna arorabie roprt of the growlbg erop. lheexettekeest in relation to the rmy worm beaenb6Sed. A geeral meet iPg of the ptaaers to ompre esoe relatioo thereto, e TMrdayst, came to so delitse ooa clmuels. i8srease of the fly a$ were were exhibited, but herd was great d8verstty opinion Is relation to their beIlg the "simoa-pero." One plater sensibly observed thati if the army wore as realJ is the ottes ld.s, they coeld not be sockently propagaed to detroy plant be fon Aum as k ti t vet hardly a hlf crop need belooked fee. ano lesnoce have we beard of eottoo beting plewed ap sad cereals pleoted I. its stead. Planters eeam wtlI t res the risk. Con was never more soarishlg the parish than The Barem Court of Texas has gIve a de dlases wblh the followlag defeme againet the coUeties of a debt were made: 1. The...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 3 June 1868

THE NE W ORLEANS CRESUENT VOLUME XVII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1868. NUMBER 250. THE OBE80ENT'8 DISPATOCES FROM WAlHt 1 NTON. |'IOCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. T'IH: WA -HINI.TON ELI..: 'TION. A RADICAL. MA YlR ELECTED. [HE SOUTHERN STATES AND THE ELEC'ORaL COLLEGE. Guards Ecmovcd from the War Offie. B'TA N iI;1.;: S N ei TIN A. T IO IN i:EI, l: ''l ".I). Alabama Erased from the Omnibus Bill. THE ARKANSAS LILL GCES BACK TO THE H)USE. COLFAX'S LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE. Fenian Excitement on the EorJ2r Excitement in Honduras and Nicaragua, ATTEMIPTI:ED IRIRERY IN TIHE II O0L.f: COii:RIN AFF "Allt. Mourning for the Late Ex-President. WAS~n',iP vmo , June 2. -No offl-ial stat :nent of yrst rd y '. ,e, I u bad yet been IllJO. 'lie Slet it linhle c'ateHent elects Given by Ye vi,tes, exuclrive ot lt4 Given ticke's with a II ig on the 11 ik aud ;ru,' s laie at the head, laid aaide Inr !ulure dec ýi U. (irre, !t,.-The Arkansas bill goes back to the lloute hr c(ncureuce in I)rak's modifiled anteudnird...

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. — 3 June 1868

I,. jur; fou,r 1.,'h aurd, John C. Loma~sd. C i- ,- . statlus, fir-t ward, Joseph Ganbon; acd ward, pr Iaovid Barh er; third ward David Gay: forth ral ward, Jell Hartia; fifth ward, T. Pslhlllp; math rm ward, K. Gartia; .eventh ward, aI.m ildeey ; War e gh h a sd Eugene Tourneir; nith ward J. V. (aseer; tenth ward, E. Manches*er; eleventh htr ward. A Hertomner; iwelfth ward, E. Haj,ir; thr- Ni reenth ward. Y Aguillard; f,,urteenth ward, E .r la)l r. Police juror.. Brat ward. Calet Harri 7 geered ward, L. T. Marrick; third ward. John tt M ihi-le; fonrth ward. H. Tunnoir; fifth ward, E J. b Iienlot; sixth ward B.. J. Cooley; seventu ware, 3 n, W. A adamn; eighth wand. Leonard P rch ; "rt alnth ward, J. H. W,.rder:; enth ward, T. -arn- W. mrn; elevenlth ward, P. Q LeBeau; twelfth ward ' o' J B Hi. Cyr: fourteenth ward, Lndovic Roti; E. I laud. P ' haises.-BRrish jndge .1 H C. Rarlow. uther. tay iff. A J. -.ypber. Rec ra.r, t. Bailit. Asaessr. cu Joe , lth. (or,,ier. John D*la,.ev. th ...

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. — 3 June 1868

ýteaners Eatant Fort go-joav. AS ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CERCSUT. Wedaesad· . Jose a. LS. Phila.Ilph3. . ... J` IATA. Heole.... ........·· 6 P' Tol e ...IhARLAN, Lswte.............. Al Opw as ........J () RLACKVOuD Pootrt 5 PM Ope'.o.ou .ANNLE WAtIlET. Lo'li'IeC 5 PM Banll·..... ... ..WILD WAjji.5. st.o.hseaoln. 5 PM Lre..·lllee Ul(tlA.i B l, .. 1"I'M Ourt. ,.. - lt .I'A. Patt~ec'.......5PM i.. Pltoee I.-ZIlsZ H9'KI N. iontl ... S I ' Red K'eo ... . MAMs IAILY W1'............6 PM Men,. NAIL Who'-"r.' a '" -- OR.. of .Ye S11unl -. *.pitaA i*.-.r 0.1r rieti a~n .loetretOaI1 ci. orr~r...? a f u " I... a ,l.t l-d - 1 ae s u al e ."(U to- .at. .t tl e h u ·rrl ll1·lriir A. ."'"'"'n ... 14"~ pace in (he (.3Li-r I. Iloe to .)(o0 Lo, 14 I' 00?, n " tI) \ LV. ab.t t . .p" h.,ol- wllbe opea (roa.n .1' a t " r Be nr eer 'lf th Ieeootr t fl 11 Ni-tI. r... Iy ""d Happy Nar Ia .o-. e Tor. l -ple ehlbrh .codnl t"' r pO trnt4. aid Id.O a 1.t Ie .' i,..,. ..u' 1 ·.. 'er*t in .ea lel letter o.ct N,,,...

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. — 3 June 1868

OFFICIAL IOURNAL OF THE STATE OF tLOUsIANS WED:)NS ,sY MEoRNING, JUNE 3. 18s8. AUCTION SALalJ THIS DAY. OHAL T. IAISH 1sl s. II o'et*k . IL, at alsroom coner St Charirs au.d Pdldo, furnitulre. MIOI'ruoUME&aI rais. a s.. a . a 1. IL. at Pail Uhr's .tals, Gvier stmsL harn.. mule, ere. rME SHERIFF ell, at 5 t,'cl.ocp , at Montraomcry Wan hii,u* Pu to setr .t n 4 a d hly press. W's sae nlmgmta o third pes. tem *rlueas oni asu i taral. Tveadar '1 ml.n. June 2. .: The movement in fiuancial circles has disclosed no mattrls alteration of any kind siuce our set. Gold opernd at New York this morning at 13 it against 13'l . the closilng rate yesterday. At II a. M. It was q1,ited at the latter figure. At 12 M. it ruled at 149j, aid at 3 r. r. It closed at 14o,. The asuply and demand in this maket continue light, and the to'l sales to day have been re stricted to the appended operations, viz: $100O and $5000 at 13'.. 1S'100 and $)S)0 at 1'i4. and $51400 and $lo0,0l4 at 1 S;al. 8ale- of S...

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. — 3 June 1868

31W ORLEAN 8TBAMBRIP COMPAIY. UWIITO IA Or AMI INIA, Irao. Oa LoWsam Our or maw Om.aca. no mekKows, M.,hea lt* dd al S he ased d w Jeoe imeth o ad sad I igMht, amad oa thee amdea a roiw St eo m the ath y-eevoad elm.e gow rd -Ivy. a ar~ abl I Segad ma 7Me aM d a oi Orit bems, faws o tade bween d, aLty an portmmm Sm. o s ea,.I eme m m. Im m d ..rp te eiradeth hat abeie da Od b' i th.m eE Wate et ea - a o t i a et ctla DWelWa e l . er wpantia he at epoaafaa ta Ilo dpane.o that b aet evmatad and 3iot d do bym her m cte eammt, sgsc* end i aormn d wm they rupamat be mwin thYa m..e ..at on coen.tltta e a ere"sat - ter h eaiah and E ie:,t'. pad nadero h vlats, u a .u .e d oeaMIgp ANBIUTGI L b.n ameeld teats atd (tesamsse, Shew bear WR W , a ta Ia l he ea t of MIa Or..e sad it .ball setal sad cratsc t nl tha tem eaf tworty sers ofmsa them tin. th me o t am. e thee Compa Uee he avie Ine. AIrIOLE U. SereMsI e of siame7 le Mle r e ea'h o asreerwM r owe. "opsle atk l am an sthe .mbbe, heaIen ...

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. — 3 June 1868

1n the ear trade, V y the folowtrag poro - Iasr: England imporid the years1866 oad 187: - Ime Int. C t I514.) Cat Wbs, ...................... I.... slas7 a8 lo.srz.9 Pm, a-elmsem wel.t...... 41. 18 t3eo," ris mr -..................... e n ae , 12 lasad has impored this year, cempeed with last, for the four menths to April 30, 1868: 11a7 184 WbM vet ............. . ow.me 1,40.57 PrN. suss. ................... elfto 773 7 Iaa sam ............... 1,~at,710 5,1 a "'The conemption of Indisa corn varies sooord tole ~supply of other food raised here for to Is dear seasons for wheat Ireland con a Smore I sdian corn for the people's use. * 10,000,0d qarter equal 42,857,14$ wes. Wlth regmad to the xpense of housing wheat or corn Con my add 6d. (six peace) per 100 pounads to the ebhge la the account iales seat you for the e n oe bood ag for three months. SOf aor lour we baye none in stook. It Is ued in oar maaactories, sad also by bakers for msxnS,. and whsm of the lrat quality the soar wl sl...

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. — 4 June 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUME XVII. TIIURsDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1868. NUMBER 251. .. . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . m | m _~m m THE OBE8OErr'8 DIBPATOHEB FROM WASHINGTON. T`III" OMINI ITS BIIIL. OuTYzA.O3 BY lr r IROoI Action on the Tariff Bill Postponed. THE PRESIDENT TO THE PRINTERS' UNION, PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. A Vote Complimentary to the Late Ex President Tabled. TIlE ARI11ANqAf3 ItILL. TIFE FORT JESSU.P MILITARY RESERVATION A HERALD STATEMENT ABOUT THE CHIEF JUSTICE. Wle Agrees WIth the Democratte Party Except upoa One Peoint. Ills VIEWS UPON RECONSTRUCTION. THE EFFECT OF THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT. Consul of Mexico at New Orleans. S11E SOUTII AMERICAN TROUBLES. '1l.O't TIII": VEST INi)IE.;S. Disaster to a United States War Vessel. WAnIIISOTON, June 3.-The judiciary commit tee anmednments to the House omnibus admae Pion bill add Florida and exclude Alahama, makes it the fundamental condition that there will never Ie any abridgment of suffrage on account of rac...

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. — 4 June 1868

IFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, 4. 0. A.IXON, Edi sr waa Freprteaer. OFFIC,. e. 4 CA"M TUsast. ATrty abserlpsaions, to advance, $18; half yearly, s., ertls-y, L. startIopies, 10 sOit.. Tas WauLTy Canacsi toi0 publishel every lstarday. Sb.eritieon $5. tlvarl.ly is advancs IRUUSDAT MORNIIO, JUNE 4. 1858. A GuNEsouo COIITmrrTion..--It is a duty to the cause of charity to give honorable publicity to such acts as that mentioned in the following note, which has been placed at our disposal. Mr. Tulane is temporarily ab sent in New York, but his considerate and active generosity did not let this fact stand in the way of substantial response to the urgent claims of our charitable institutions upon every citizen who is able, in any mea sure, to contribute to their maintenance. Generous without solicitation, he imparted to the money value of his act a moral beauty which nothing else could have given it : John Clickard, Erq, Chairmas Finance Committee Frt. ,q--I eoclse with pleasur...

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. — 4 June 1868

3teamw rs Jait lert s-a. - Aid ADVERTIBED IN THE DAILY CRO IRT. Th umeuar, lsa. 4. 3 e Blese ...........LIRETY. . ...... .. .Y7 PM Tsis ... JH........OW SPt7s-O. . AN Ilseiis. .. LOIJISAN. eel ..........5 PMS Js Waerlag PcS....l&l' *-- ............ All  helle ...............[. AIL t--o1e ............e ra T , I SPE~CIAL NOTICEb. ----Thil d Wed k.meerte le stiL-The e will be an adjnored metisr of the tLab THIU EVMNIINJ, at Irattonad ,ll d. aPdru strMet a 7S o'lock. M 4Lw a WtkIlann. Cooneild 0 alwood sd ilonel bker. : d-d. a dru the Club. Celeml J. VAU~ URT -- ill of Laeteoses Ledge ne. 16e. P. A A. K.-The . ar sad memee tfbiM glJ are re etred t att~end thre Reguler ' eamunltttom of this Lodge by .EV1R THt' RiDtAr BtVIIM(t a (1 o'dlrck, poetully. Visiting kir t er' are cordilly invitedl to attd. Iy order of te W. Il.: ARTHUR WACUG, are~y -- Oce ofr the Olethem espltalt LAss.. tin., Juao lt. IN --'1 b a,'sal letle of Director, of the i utbsrn tBeipital Areoaeston will take pies...

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