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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 24 January 1868

Btt~amrrs ~eauing Vlort 5s-~aU. AB ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CRBCDIT. Fvlds. Jssuaa' 34. 136 D t b~...... MAI~r L ROA?-c·..a. jFU.... Opeb'.see .J U.. . Il ACE· OID. ?Icb~t... FM 3.00lia· a ... N 16 A C!WMF· treetbous...1 *ISA Bayu Ore 1 4RSILL tr'iee ... ...M AM P H-r ~ LOf~ 1A*? rlt~hrr......~ Obi,, Isifn.. . N..T. clIABLES, MlcrA ... .44 I'M MPE;(:IAL NOTIC'ES. -- Crscnt fig? Dash.· N. Se camp girict-%S~0 ('TI,~n... . p. I&A -At· soc-tat M~eetl of Il~e hosed if Diefctge slb~.tdhss the tolowogy rnaolu "Uceofn~d Tbateo sod a~e the flr~t of~kr Fen nec s ClI AU. FALSJE, Je. Ceflier. -'linde Ul~TI ied.-Tr N5*3wlll ge. cobsr fIciglut a~ PLWkbNIIji MORN~IOU atslt. Tirst DLsirct' A)) 4. I hi 4,e~ to i~ elconed at ~ t·OUlom I1.oe by I)tIDAY, nse Itit guy .$Jsogee 1*4c BR(iuKt, MACDONALD A 00-., ---)·c atShe Owned 5.~eCets 3. W. C·Rsad J cop I 44. (u. F.. Cia.· of Lonigie a- o Ok·reena I)I·· f'E14 --UI. Krgoia..S.nl-Ano-sfl ·oo..uoirleetl ,l e W. i.rludo rcrY ,(if p.11-te of toos'.taO, ?...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 24 January 1868

5her ea Otitans restctn OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24. tIs emthuern IStm. In NIehvmlle the mayer gives no etrity orders, bat all who want food obtain it at the soup home. A St. Louis paper remarks: "Major Mdllinger, of PennaylvaniL, tried three years of exitencee under Browalow, in Tames.s, but finally suc cumbed, d last week blw ouet what brains the constant contemplatlca of Drownlow had left him." A perfeet mails eeme to exist among the e. gree In Shelbyville, Teessee to go to house keeping. Women with several children are re fusing to hire either themselves or their children, and are firmly ;convinoed or the Importance of educating themelves. The Richmond Whig says that General Made, In a letter recommending Profesor Ewell's appeal In behalf of Willim and Mary Colee, writes that be is satised, on examinaio oa the facts of the cue, that the destruotion of the buildlngs of that college by the federal troop, during the war, wea unnecessary a...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 24 January 1868

tht gas Orltans (r tcentL FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1868. i - --- Ni S pm ra as ela Jol. B Slaun. S R The only notlceable variation in the movement ae in financial eircles to-day was a advance in rates ti of Gold and Foreign Eichsage, influenced by the re upward tendency of the former in the Northern w markets. Gold openedatNew York this morning Bit at 1391, the closing figure yesterday. At 11 A. H. It was quoted at 1394; at 12 a. It ruled at 1394: at 2:20 r. M. it stood at 140j; and at 3 P. . it ch red at 140!. Prices in our market have been unettlcd throughout, and with only a limited de- o trand and enpply at any time noticeable, operations 'o bare been restricted to the appended actual sales, LAi via.: $1010 ano $8000. in the meoning, at 1374; 125,000, In lots, at 13744l33t $000 and $000 at at 13+ : $40() at 131 ; $Is500 t 1384; $8000 at 131; w; $-4 at 13I,.13t4; $1200 at 13. ; and $2500 at 1::6139t4. The movement in Silver indicated no in Improvement whatever, and, in fac...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 24 January 1868

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TiE STATE OF LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MOBWING. JANUARY S4, 1868. A£VTIOI SAIam TIIS DAY. A F PICTON ills,. at II o'clock A. s. at No 1t7, Porvdra, str. t. frnitare M ; also, s0 A. ., at No 4 B t.Lou sto-t. 51 bnoes tin. foMYoo sff Ma r 35O a ba0. s m ke Ii a ., M P. CHAS. T. sAi sal l at 11 o'clck a , at the corner of it. E harsL aLd Perditdo trea. hraito,e st. 0. DE FERIET seas. at 11 o'des* A. n., at No. M Rey nrest. f.rniture, etc. Slo od rtOcemrents on sacod ease. CSautsa oumae MIet ay.1 Brig G F Geary, Conklia, for New York, GW H ynson co Scbr Kate Brigham, Lace, for Harre. W I Buddendorff Arrnwed WVeslres. Ship Alice Thorndike, Snow. 26 days from Bock land, Me, to Thorndike & Norton--lst dis o10 Bark Hi A Litchfleld, Sleeper. S2 days from Rock land. Me. to Thorodyke A Norton-Point Echr I, F Smith. Crll, from Galveston, in ballast, to Thorndyke & Norton-Point vOWYOATS. Leviathan, Shultz, from the Passes-Towed down and to sea, 1lth inst, ship Mozart, brig J...

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 January 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 25 January 1868

wam mau Y alu imin. le. viesw se & tesine.s saw ita - r'a oft t N N ems r Natee AeI em-e - a eemsear seegu meme newess La - 1'o M. " m N aiegggalmmtm mm I-Wivmm e  m nmms mtae eN l emurusassa e ea-s hl aiw sumeman asmaedeMreo dealt i anpa). I Lsbm.,IShmareai. · f e ai..mlg ms. .e.m b a.mmm.aseeq rtmm.saee .. "" tW . N g amas saee m.egt a t umeas m veers eat a M Msujr /wm ti a!ii ATUBDm s atIn asi , JAm UAeR Y ssT25, e a * m aeono ll qi*et ea the Potema. Alusk produaee omas e aIl feet l sg. rkick Pomerey i earloly i4 with fever. The New Yort legielature lha appropriated Me,0o fr the S eko l peeoor. Ahe Veltabrg enalng Telegraph e eacu. eambed t the hard tMuee. Oz Gowen r r E llsweerth, of COsema eat, I deed. ebShea is nest a eandlate fa the Austrin Garibadi laJtimate an Intetieon to "pitch ia" again next eprtag. The breaeh etween Bseels and Turkey i wideaig. The Loeador have a Fehlan fright at every hi. A Loelevle bey mesened out a thorn, and cared hemorrhage of the aon which ...

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 January 1868

se Jat @rlan mu rsts. SATURDAY I JAJIAI W 26. I ._ rem U3amrrasTmram OSNVUTwSW. IORT?-5Y5SIT3 DAY. Pawav, Jaa. 24, a188. Tnn QrsrTOW or amsnaacCsaanmTr. Convention met at 10 A. . OGeCisnI Moois presiding; sixty-seven delegates preseat. Tb order of the day was tes au. Smith, of Orleans, in speaking opea to bell tute offered by Judge Cooley, mved to imead by adding " and regisesred eIal." He Oculd re spect a man, he said, who had shouldered bhi ousket and gone out to fiht for a esau which he honestly behieved to be right, a for these who remailed here inew Orlesas. eakia about the streetcore, ac d nalmrt, easUy, deliberately and without examse, ar forward sad registered themselves as ee. ab' againat the UIh St Bates, wena into the Confederate Ile, and them were too cowardly to ght; those, if lay, smid he spask er, are the m ou ht to wbe liasfael Be wished that aH this matter of disheableeat could be done away with. He was at pme pared to au that he wished to dIIerasseis say. oned But...

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 January 1868

RmIa mis IM 1t lAr w tirUmma. f. . 4 Ia eW, UMSM es sesanaO., OFFl, in ta wAMP WAMW. or Teau s. , obnstasmes tal, Rgsma.t -m .pessm. i uys g m ssme MPmv w  mm tl mlw Iss aed e. ame wtion eum. home is eneseeuas BATURBDATY ORNIG, JANUARY M. 15i. AmVSZM&UTS TI W I ii.a ErW OPERA HOflE--rhm Opee T~e--"L. is. Hel sn." ST. (HARLES TRAT"E-"' Sliu.stmbl t wTeek" "FOrty 1 h'eve.." VAPlETIE THNAT5Ii-Lagel mt Of 5. Jemn_ "*heOsival'"-- Rbler P1 " ACADEMI OFP MlUVoC-Pw Vmls Om rlm - ro seegstrldg dinl. singng.I bMrnol.qu., a OLYMPIC TMIATER-Comedy, ibrlesq4 Y dame le. ngeanr amttrcktes. etc. CR3E-NT? CITY MUSEUM-Re a ml M f Ca rti sv"et-weedwfts Swiig and carstb end -m ady in lb. wwrt1-Liy without arms -le blw.r,a TwIs BSuroA Csacner.-The munday Cm CETr, in all respects, s a paper which we offer as creditable to the literature and journalist enterprise of New Orleans. Filled with the latest news by telegraph and mail, with in teresting local events, with a miscellany of literary contri...

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 January 1868

,ttamtrs deairg ut ow I" AS ADbUISZDD IN aBy DAILY CMOW? Uetudpw JuUUUU ·. MI 01 team. als atfs) s Iasela.I o T~r~s... .........·r. .A xIM h we ........... Texar ... AII DARLwbAU M. J AY tern.. ..........N lAtLQRVA. Ai~anees-Grn75M & I . .::BARTALE. PMA.......... m rUI..............i.tIT~. NIC O ............AIl Li*1oy1N...........51 GilR at...UI PH Asa WIOUIAL RIVFIVU·s'.. the 1w M.1......... ...T H RI. ,1"st ..........13 Y t Os1 - Emweeat 6161 Uwaku. No.. 10 +D stwct-sCew (IrIceo. Jemetoy 2l. 104 -At arnelat ale Ad/ if the mead .f Diretmee sod thtaMr, thf ieIiewoig rad... 6.e. was adepted: oItdivd. Th~ate and eNl., ithe Ma of Peheim.y emit Dad Op9.Ledge. T 0. oWet of tM R. aW. Wood ·., t.0 41 f.. Maoto of LYYU4 s. 10PO .reTU3OA ,Uh 39b . Ml 7 .'.loor... O. e to the ha ll o T d M. era Ito 1t. . 0. 0. O. T., .eale O Cu. oM.9.14. W ~~y JoaWtAU PWARB, Geaid weelyre. O - aeh if Wr -W e06..e-Doep ,or mew Add SICtem. Jameetj 30. Sil-item iertlee he hy bh Stak. ___ heoareto If this I.a...

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 January 1868

M gPa ue Oriane s resctnt. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUSIANA. SATURI)AY MORNING, JANUARY ~5, 1S68. A Teak with the Pree eata. A New York dispatch of the 20th says: The correspondent of the New York World, in a per sonal interview with President Johnsso yeeterday, elecited the following from the executive: That as the president of the United States, bound by his oath to administer the government according to the Constitution, be bead, in defending a princi pie, found himself singularly opposed by another branch of the government. Bt be had faith in the good sense of the people, and a modification of sentiment has ensued. The radicals have made Congress a political monstrosity. Having over leaped all oneds, save those of party and political ambition, they now keep on hoping by conquest in the South, this year, to obtain power more than equivalent to that lost in the North. He then referred to the effort made to connect him with the assaeinatiou plot, and said the leaders of th...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 25 January 1868

___ __ __ _ __ _ __ _ - te Ji m rleans 4mrscen BATURDAT EORNUI. JANUARY 25, 1550. 3om sifteo Pesr t as The demasd for lease asd disa i e at te mat of lrat class borrowers h ehlibited hat ilte if amy lacresas uce th ee of e ar st weeokl review, and sll of the sheds. paper ele adW been readily absorbed by the boi sad eat door eepaltelts at 8 seat. . sanes, at lbean, n 1@1li 'ent. 9 iath oat of doors, for short, h sea lii4l12 coat. mm for long dated pa. per-te latter soeared by Al cRy tmortgage. cond class and loter grade notes have been $ esbjelted to mOederable sorthmy, howeve, sod n have beee lad toe leoa t ro evn ath ym j rev ossly dts epeWst. rdua rates. GOLD AND SILVI --Rets of the pretoue metals, but espeoially of Gold, have esalbited the ualsltertions he da to day, owlag to the reqent etuatione of the New York market. a l she oferlrg supply has been fair throughs, and the dleom i has b of a moderate character 3 from e t opealne to the close of the week. Of. ferings of Blver h...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 25 January 1868

Amt.Trs e&si i aiis war. CHA- . rOa7rrM, aeti aI**'dek a. M -webst. _ _d Audiea4es' jagiae asgW e uls .at M4 r. a., fa-rltas , -fet m oeesM ra, er 41asras rlln. ý a1..e, hewe Wait, at o w16 MaM " Sastasanal. m5 0w; Ma. fb gh. ea.y !iE Ulll FIP .A.5 M et 4Wl .w a imatMast * eeftrasrrr Pa de ave g MrI sasM a rslo. ,1,... gea «rmP. Steamship Harlan, lOwla. for Galveston. Oha A Whitey &oo Ship Reunion, Nichols, for Havreo BR Rddeadoef Bark Milton, Crabe, fr Havre Bark Rambler. Pendexter, for Nlatsttl, Mexico, Br bark Jolhn ill, Melvin, for iolvpool. Br sobr Welcome. B Is, for Mataos , Wm Goldeabow Br .chr Billy Pmtts, Hewitt, for Pum, Porto Rico, asda market, Joes Kelley 8ebr CbarleusPepper, fr Pesseseo, Master schr Frsaklt , Swdlm, for mew York, Theradyke & Norton Echr Reliable, Smik,for Galveosto, iballast, Steamship Ashland. Nortem, frem Nov Yard, to D McCoard-?d distrier Steamship Aamth, PareR. eom ilamsela ad Galveston, to Caoe A Whitaey boo-lit dlt Steamship Gulf Ci...

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 January 1868

THE NEW .OR LEAN CRESUE OLUMe IVII. SUNDAY MORNINO. JANUARY 28. 1868. • .__ _ . 1 _ _· ` . . ;* . , PLU ID IErXTIIRACT "eCII ºIs a VaC.s Canuie Ib Uesem -or rys DLADDMs. KID18T1, GRAVEL, DROPIT, OEGANIO WIEAKRS, FRKAIa OOMPLAImETS, GONERAL DUIIIT T, --A ALL emssee ofl the W marr eOreas Wh thMr esngl lag MALE O IrEMALE. From wbateovr cause orlglasaing ad as matter o bow LONG STADIINO. Diseases of these orga. requra the are of a Diuatic. If am treatment Is submitted to. COIgtMPTKION~Ir INSANITY may ese. Our Flesh and Blood are supported *om thease sarose, and the HEALTH AND HAPPINE39, And that of POSTIRFT. depend nupo prompt aue oof Rellable Remedy. IelsmblI's Extreet Iech., Established upward of lighte*a Tunar-Frepred) H. T. HELMBOLD, DEUGGIST. 894 BROADWAY, New York, sad 104 ROUTH IEITH ISTRET, Phlaldelpbta. Sold by alt a I bsttees HFLIBOLD'S FLUID XTRACT BUCHIU is pleswat In tate sad odor, free trsm aIri Jurlus propeni.s, and anmediate in its action. BILMBOLD'S XTRAOCT UCHIU shoe...

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 January 1868

as gc e®rain 4 eut.d .... =w 93a . T 1v u a ,.U.esaw. o. I, ISOi, No atm Us l n. THE. DA LY GISHIO·at opot!et o, 1sts S.elf s l . M : ·eststs Ms - logn sestet. N wort sates or Advwewtalues lagsea. ausemh al! imet . I hathe awnS ag*;; I:: g :: : : I, I: a ej. b Ba boim aeMma.S Sm p imen Gs Om pe' ma. s 5m uestai midmsos aiwtis a nEmSa s Papg Wa.ns ftmereaN H as. mob easetlec. T4 W1K1IY OREIiSNT er enmim asmameba ,alveawty mieso.s ly, ena .tes. ,a «eetle U0 Masta .. t s ses at beeirn "a" wear e AmoSth mearsh a. masem a be atha]lsuateth i::::. s::r - v - -s Vm R asss '• Mslr o. o N oersa s DIBa . .ad . .orTo. G. estt sretarofhe Ibes.... fi U N w Ip a" pssr.. 1f o Ne N D re o epiet.. T$ N"lee . ill "" Ile .ao !kt"a"."Y.n '- tloa .. use wll be / e by referring to the correspondence Dick oand Major Thos. 1. Uhet, selcretary of the Mechanics' md Agricultural State Fairp, the higheast premium aoded ism the diploma, ared of the dipo lo the best e afamily oap and the odiplay of famildy eap,...

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 January 1868

She aMW Orim 4r1. SUNDAY MOWINGO. JANuITAY .1t, Ils. r the msr Scsi Cmma.] The Easkhe of TeresebUg. SALLAD-TnAJ5LAID o30M . f eal Ama Of SCRILLIa, BT D.JlAST DA ONtS. [The following treanlatie of BeMder'n baiad, "The Knight of Teggealerg," esn th eel gnl exactly in the metre, sad the arragemeat of the tanzas and rhymes. The tratalo eIalm for " no oter merit than thil.] " Love of sister fora brother Grants my heart to thee; Ask me not for any other Pain It give to me. Calmly I may se thee leave me; QUet may appear; But, h ! wherefore doet thou grieve me With that silent tear?" Speoehlessly be listee I to her; or rowlnI, he wept; Warmly to his hear e d rew her; On his borse he I t; All his vassals he oolioted Through the land of Tell; To the Ea-t their ooerse d'woted 'Galtnt the infdel. There, full may a deed of glry Wrought the hero's sword Waved his plume, where elia were gory, 'Mid the hostlie horde ; And his name alone a ightesed Oft the Paynim foo; Yet his heart was never lighte...

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 January 1868

·gImt An '" OF T t ITA F i RANI. IgT-Y m sImhs(la a eemo el m is mI 8s "5. OL 8stomlm. mmU IWaUgM ma um p per immitnt.hi l tnems SUNDAY MORNIGO. JAINUARY 6, 18s. -as assaa - al 'e a axe. saw OPERA BOUlS-E-Prbc Opers Trospe--'I Pa verite." VAw TI TUnTri2 of Jos Jware -r. CHAtRL, THLEATL -e-In U et o . rPehrc, ld-. ig s ,tress.. *ADEMT OAF Ilo1-rmew n rketr OmsweTspe--aro scamertdums, .sefee. 10a91. tmeat , ae OLTYMFI0 TUATER- Coe, burlesque, d neds AIn, negro TseWatrYiktie, t ee. C HARL.ET CITT !nuEAIu--mset 0nd aM: IRS. ha. jefWmfdarreia. a d w em metw6--7rm.61 LIIK O tAT w IR-Clo7, w burlmst u-et sisa . ase Twa Evannro Cassucn.-The publication of the Evening Canaucrr is discontinued. When the evening edition of our paper was started, it was with the intention of making it useful to the community at large, and more especially to our commercial friend,. But wp find that our telegraphic dispatches for the evening paper are very meagre ; and that any news of commercial importance is a...

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 January 1868

'ttamers pawing fort 5o-Sag. AS ADDV TIUD N THE DAILY CaMCN rT .em ..........wOai1Ah. mm .-O......d pi fanM a . AIltASNi ----, Ores..........s ..4 IA JetgtJ .......... MAIL AT-m............... A Fe . a ra IA ....... A SIS1. GOae ......... Pa ohkerg ............. ROs. S Lo r raus ..........5 IP aws md ......... clrdl elested Di ...r.......... a Ig a lyero ras C..........L ES CIA VA R O mb, ...... I TlcLi org ............ Oa. ALLIN, tUd ll PI....... P1 Iolarilla.. .........a(:UHMOID JuL.. .........' PMu SPSCUIAL NOTICEb. ft No i I-m- urlNaow Ii. U l -T sr. mod embers of tbhi Oemp wlla aend t4 rrnlr momltly mertlI Ma OAISAT ,V Jnuary 27. as 7 o'€,. W. oL TIR. Irde Secrmr. I-_1._. . f the OrS el te bd aW. Uratda o  p eadt tate of laota, Afoe ttrte..o. Jma•w S. SIK -A h4amnod ilm.cNtoeram of Mso A V. gind Zoamp-enas 1. 0 0 A. ill ho convent a i ao WLDNIwk'D/Y .bIl. a 1So .lock . m. nba dgeR R 3o I. own Crmet Mm eal.al mmm easpoy'. 0c. .rner t(moe sntreot and Comnorol Plane. tam...

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 January 1868

She t1 Oritns entscen FFMICAL 0 A OF VThE STIlE OF LOmUW -A. SUNDAY lORlING, JANUARY as, I eS. [From Ueed Weed. of JaYar7.] The Vlesm. BY ALW3D5 13U3Tlo0, Poist LAnU L, i f asmtenu Laid tes low. T thre snd brn aras In ire, For o tHe brake te *dde fee: So thick they died the people cried " The lOeds re meed egeS the lead." The prist Is horror abt l r To Thor sad Od lifted a ad. SHe s from hiNe And ao and strife I Whrtwould Poe have dcus Bumes lifet Were in our seevst, Were it our dearest, (Anewer, 0 answer,) We give you blalife." U. But still the foemaa spoifded bure'd, A cd cattle died and deer in wood, Aad bird is air, and fishes turm'd And whitsa'd all the rollll flood:J And dead men lay all over the way, - Or dow Is a furrow esethed with ame'; And ever and eye the Priesthood moaa'd Til at last It seemed that as answer ears: "Thie g Is happ In eld sad wlfe Take you his nearest, Take yea his dearest, Give as a life." III. The Priest want out by heath sad hill The Kng was bhunting...

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 January 1868

e wOr lemu dreut BUNDAY MIORING, JANUAllY 26, 13I6. f erlmus peAwn rth e. The movement i anoeaial cirloes tode has disclosed no variation of ny ktid that call for speelil notice. Gold opemed at yeterday's eles ill figures, and after having netoened to about the verage daily etet e, lod this evening at 4 V cent. decline.- The offering srpply wqs bat barely moderate tbtoughout, sad as ae demand was at no time active or geIera, operations in cluded only the appended amounts, via: $6000 at 13:; t1(0t. $3000, $10000 and 820.000 at 13: $2uto0 at 131; 85000, 310.000 and $10,000 at 138 and $10,000 at 1381. Bales of Blver eomrd $1300 American balves at 132; $260 do. t 13s3, and some small lots of Melca dollars within the range of our quotations, which now rule as fo. lows. viz: Gold 138j0139, Amerlean Silver eola 132ll133, and Mexican doMair 140tt14lj. Iioasiarn c Excaso---The moat noteceable feature in the movement under the above head-. ing to-dey has bee a slight strgthening of rates, ar...

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 January 1868

WFUht I O SW Nu Itm o MA wma im wi i urn V , SUNDAY MO111, JANUAIY U, i aN. AZtI / OMLar u l .S aw. Oaw.e T 8A01 0Mr V ea, 9 .m See as . CRAG. '. leMera w rme e't 41 ss, m a sewa o t. bmta i se smgiý L su . A. - PIClstýs s11a.ua LR, M e 11.. .i sa teamshp C W Lord, IW d, for New York, 0. t t F t d; as 4.L A Fod I kC ans tetip a Grant, w . drath, foL r New Yor avansa, Jas Connoly &co r steamship Gladt, ~A, fro Liverk 4pool, teamship tar of the Uln, Cooksey, fork, Phil delphip, via Gavana, ~A, Nkerson &co Steamship ABleavW, Farwl, for New York, via Havana. Jas Connoly Aco r steamship GlTrade Wiator, yold. fo iverpool, Brooke. Mabdog d eca teamship Star of the Union, Cook, fo Lo is, la smrdelphia, via aven, Cre w Nickeron oo Bteamship A oi, Farwell, for Galveston, pCha A Whitney Aco Fr bark NoTvelle Blveua, rslrd, for Liver, ·ro Creevy, Nlckerson coo Sbark EOslav , Leech, for Liverpool. tPrs steamship 1avara Meyer, from p ambuAg, Dec 31st, vl Southsmpton, to Williams, Ru...

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