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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 4 January 1868

,$ramtrs Staving Port 47a-1aq. AS ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CRESCNY. /tindwen JUeuu rv 4J. M41 . lw York........ I. MAI)., setmpso....... PM PililodoelIt a.. JI NIATA. I-ole ................6 PM el R i............ 1'.A. DokehEt ................7 PM toa R......... ..... T. MARY. DNCE.Iom........ PM Tes ............. ALAIIAMA. -. Cats .......... 7 AM V.r.. ................( 4RKEi$iNT. Hewtossne......... AN l.o . . ... .x t'A.oiLRtA. Atklioo--Cml.7i AM .ble ...............MAIL BOAT---en ........... P. eblie ....... ...... ARAitH. Reevg-B Sa.......... 4 PM Wateritg Plac .... LAL RAI Walker-Ca ............ M stt ,.e .....IORY. Ahrm ............... 10 AM Lntorole......M.W ERA. Dfet~tr ................S P Netelrr...........WILD WAOONM.II ....... . PM of It,,r ... ... . .1eI IN ('tIT (T W rn ............. e PM Milv r ..........LIZZII TA*+Sl, .h ............5 PM ed Rier ........... ANNS fIL MoeRT. K-me .... . PM Oscbhit. lleer...... JUII. FI.TCIIrR. Kdieg.....5 PM (he . loUs e...... II. ...

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. — 4 January 1868

She go er~as quant FFICML AIIL V 11 STATTE W LMISA. SATURDAY MORNINO, JANUARY 4, 8M ewsA Op Peset sea. (FTrm the New Tek Jeersal Oemma..a, Das. Hki Further evidence has bees reoieda ths-gh Capt. L. Wells, of th stem whaler Aretle, cor robeonig the InieUigene first give by Ku of the eiten of as open pealer sus. Mprt, who acaempeanied Kae's expedditis, the eax earnm naerther partof Humbaldts's (Gleder, as the eatero sMe of mth ound, sad repurl that he saw open water, raled by "white cap." Suab. sequenti, it will be remembered. Hayes, tram the opposite aide of Smith Sound, saw large Is of "rotten Ioe" ad foeund as sheadance of deer and other animales, the ship being eppled with fresh aprovions from this soure dhm his so. Journa that byperborean region. Weo from a private leer received by Henry nG Esq., of this city, as follows: ErPORT OF CArTAIX 3IWARD WELLS, OF IT1AM. sner Atric, ornoeE. "Pamed Conlcal Island June 19th, 1867, there being so much fee. and made fast for a abshort tim...

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. — 4 January 1868

ýht star *rltans ýrtsttwt SATURDAY MORNINGO. JANUARY 4, 1868. 5m. rlem 5*U 5arki. O Frlw $,smm, aJas . I.lE 'bhe movement isa fIsanlal circles has disclosed io important alreratie of any kind daing the week erding this evening. The money .qahe has been fairly supplied with eapital, she banks have collected sacleat to enable thel to absheorb all of their depositors' Al short paper and to keep on bend a satrafactory marln for the purchase of Excl asge. The general trading eommnalty has done well in the way of settflement for past In debtedeues and renewals of orders by country creditors, and a coensiderabhle amoant of short paper. not bankable, bhas been placed oat of doors at 114 Itl cent. 3 month for gilt-edged w.th ample collaterals, and of long paper at 1 12 ii cent. 34 annum, secured by metgage on choice uniocunibored city properly. GoLn-The variations in Gold daring the week have at no time exceeded j@4 cenat., and were uniformly occasioned by the aiterations of the New York mar...

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. — 4 January 1868

IFFICIAL IOURNAI OF TIE STATE OF LUIMINM. SATURDAY MORNINO, JANUARY 4, lIs. AWtTIOII A Sa.m TEIs DAT. C. E. OGIARDT & CO . aBo. t 12 o'cltek r, a the Meebakst' mad Astlmeers' us4ease real emst uOasMSr 1oat1 130 co t. 11 iti ., s4t1 1t u )esem . 8rns r CF frsdkotu etW.; aue, at 5.elket A. . at F. Uw's 0 a Oeslur stresl. omn, males. et. P. 0. . MOA sells, at II o'clock A. ., at Learsed A Ua. wel's stable. Baronse stret, hoess, cows, buggies. te. 19C ONfTABLE sells, st 10 o'clock A .. at co0r" of Fotmcbr amd Jolla streets basebdd frniture. P T Pee ad.rtsemnts nread gage. Iart a _ a ose. assesse 'Ewe mw. Br steamship Alice, Totton, for Liverpool J H A.hbrldge Deean Steamship Crescent, Hawthorn, for Galvestoe and Indianota, Chas A Whitney neo Steamer Wm Butler, Dowty, for Shreveport. K-A a *aener Melnotte, Kealton, for Clncinnatl, Br ship Hermlon, Wilms, for Brmen, mtr .Thiele, 8eiler &co Bark Almoner, Gary, for Barre, Zerega & Jenkins Br scbr Fancy, Hawthorn, for Belise, Ho...

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. — 5 January 1868

rr t .C Ti. VOLUME KYlE. SUNDAY IWINJIX. JANUARY 5, 1868. . THE OBEBQElTBS DISPATOBEU nu wASImmelI. i/.. Re ' 3peweaUe 5 e lt aes tlmsawem t bS le.ash Mt em a-trea emera -n. .ewa.st eem ge--aseea !tevent/. -_:%:: ..;_ --_ evease Nee*awoe"twmhnew heasse. M55 - W4 Semse Ser ekse eatese SPslnem-The Pepn a ineke-41wee. mews Iabe - P '- - '-s- ead lass aal. Wasauiaovox, Jas. 4.-Howard's report to Grant does not credit the wilde-spread deetetish ,.preseated as eisting t the Seathi. He esy that last year Seuthern gesntleme estimated that It would take two mAiMous, whereas half a milton of dollars met the neseslties; thtinks this year the desthetlea we't rove so stringesat as repset ed by Governos Orr, Hmphreys sad others, bht before spigthere WEilbeblem be mbiN g Is poath er ssibshipp Le.sisna and small sectionwf r o tate. Ho urges th preMeat ~ed Coagem teeasgumfe a  of relief whbic pll aol paperIne the pesple. Hewd, with the approval of ast, as directeld the sb. eommiesiosners to rel...

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. — 5 January 1868

0. em aswslI* d r e semw. WWMSi. M. tats SAMP MMW. 11011 DAt is wartu1 Ml a menets uum uamings ai.uml 101 U dtemp . raue sim, r ,ea Sifm InlE U6 Um, ..m.m. n I e0k M amg. l ýsse msemen 3 * I i* i ** : : :: a ::.g sr owse sas ss sesm m. as t Gusieam sWsss sasm somteesemaseemen amtsusd mertes adee N N ,N o S . emN eNas eMm aei -eal a m ne g els mseiam e e tma Me M * eggesa agneb agen a . -mrb Meassengum s a dsess asssemis ags - asmas. easrmtagegm asesessss a m.-- a osseen seses a s r giMnsmpaii w Ma emu.bsesses tabe masemis merissamee. hintsem asr .111 be tawnsOsumsia See atnuut WNtltswtbe iWAis. sivuemMbe ate smise. Agl11wt eage~lar alwethey abaMmgature@ meathip Ollsiu b m ma•h. semm. Iaes ras tese m as bea e niogese s THU WEELY OOEWONT he plsesm bS aesmi insw ais iesa s s e Ie msmleua a i n seesomg, Ga m ramsm. ea esm -wse s.e Nases od £demwssuss e adguas Mseeme e us es se. em a  £5 amem.r smeatle IImrSaSiuuU~II insute el.stb u::::::a be eub 111a s.. sdIsm O-iSnei s .. SuItDAY E...

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. — 5 January 1868

swt 1aw rl4m sgtan. SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 5, 1868. IFor the At'stla Moaetby Ar Jamai.] l he 0 VPwJghas. . BY J.. LOWELL. Umathe sull tes l swme t !hat from the Maters'a bow, With psags of joy or wce, Feels music's soul through every fibre  et, Whispers the ravishedtatsgMte More then he knew or meant. Old summer In its memory glow; The secret of the wind it Islegs It heats the April, leosed aelti g, Snd mixes with its mood All it learned whealit stood In the mumarouns pine wood Long ago! The megical moonlight them Steeped every bough ad eon; The roar of the brook Ia the glen. Came dim from the distant blown : Tie wind through fts glooms sang low, A rnd it swayed to and fro. Pull of dreams. as it stood in the wonderful wood Long ago! , nmy life, have we not had seasons That only said live sad rejoice ? That asked not for ceauses and reasonsa. But made us all feeling and voice? iben we went withthe winds in their blowlag When nature and we were peers. And "ur dna reamed to share i...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 5 January 1868

we.o. A aMA a sATE sem 1. 416 KubM K06 ass, h mess S hlf pwag~ain wflx X& 96 CAWP -11 ap, le.Sawemipe.iamb s ,  S rr e bemrn . a 4wam ts. L shosspe,. Wmss ! Tea WnBLaW Omm s is pdild ermT gwr-Us MsmtlUs P per m semmaeer toe sesmmas SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 5, IWM. AMVaSMTUIS TIS VstEEnS. WoPEwA HOUt-M-serbeer's mend mpera. "Rober I. Oneida" ACADEMT OF 11VUU--Taey c -mpLeab--hjt.._.e basse, gyinmtoc male., ..a.se. s/. AO LsýL, THE ITs-The speetaesei dramo *!e 3mb OaeL." JOHN DOBINSOM'S CISU' e-Cresw Daem.. a.d Obe.ee .mseto-Perrlbemm e4 IN 1% and 6% o'cleck. E~tsD E? CMT Dtr5EL'-sa. 6r mad 62 OIL (b~ad .det-Wu.mdalW iatsu sen.d S~ral cur oslfloe. gj Drraatras or Ms. Davs.-Iloe. Jeerseo" Davis and wie left here last evening by the steamer Wild Wagoner for Natchbe, Mise., wheece they will proceed to visit familiar friends and lo calitles it that State. The oecalon of the de pasrture attracted quite am assemblage to the violetty of the steamer, and Mr. David was heartily ebheered...

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. — 5 January 1868

r m am inrs Stading Fort o- fat. AS .ADVER1TISED IN THE DAILY CRECEWIT. *uuase. J.useey i te. Tle w............. MOROAN, Lawe--Ore ......... AM Most ..... ........ MAIL BAT-a............. PM 1jys. oars ........LA OUCII. Barame. .... S..... AM mesas,". asses S. 1M . *ttl ...............MAIL BOAT6-Ca. .............4 P Leairiie .. ......RIIHMOND. PNo ...............S PM s-0. itra........ NIMNA MIl BM3.(Oeatheloae ... ...SI PM Oonohlts Roert...... I. A. HOMETE. Ausht ....... PM BrImplS1.. ........E. h« 305....... 5 PM 4PVAAIAL EI]PitUEb. -wow Orleans Fytram oas I7.1wt. I h~e (:Urom mand leam~ro are eersisedld Iket tbe Regis tar Mosvabiy llvttiurg aid Seoul Annual 3 settse of Othe~rs will ake pls* on MRIT(NDT WlOR1NI(tt J.e. 5. at 11 "'clck. attl lima of L.mlailna lHame Campesy, .oramef Perd do and Co-ondeit ,tromlst By order of the Prosidtnt. J 1HM 3. LAT 'Us, _teorotary --Wetee-TrIasuroer' O ee. tCltp ail., ew Oateae. Jeanu.ry 4. 1.9 -The ity Liymoese so prof-s *lhn nad ocrupotios...

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. — 5 January 1868

h pm eMIA fTg M mb OFFtC M Wm T flU 8411 s LYul SUNDAY MORWNINO. JANUTYT A. lnS. rahm the New ToTk Leeer.] A rihShee Alar-lem se spe 3T WILLIAM cCLLs asrAirr. Barsoen the Impatient years, Oh, Time I ad asoke tshem to a mperwld ea; Por, throegh a mist of ters, the brighter day appears. Whose early blueshee tige tlhe bh iafar. A brighter day for thee, Oh, realm! whose glordeas Adl ane spread be tween The dark blue midland sea And that immensaity Of Western waters which oee hatiled thee Qe-se The lery coursers Sig Their necks aloft, and meal the mornialng wind, Till the Seet momeuts bring The expected elsa to spring Along their path, and leave these glooma behlad4 Ydke them, and yield the reins To Spain, and lead her to the lofty eat; But, ere she mount, the chser, Whose cruel strength constrains lter limbs, must fall In tragmeate at her feet. A tyrant brood have wound, About her helpless limbs, the steely braid, And toward a gul' profound They drag her gagged and hound, Duown amog 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. — 5 January 1868

.he few Qrltens1 QrIwil SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1te8. opr Oritans somu e laset Craesma Ors. Mt Mas o age, st.asr eas. Jea, age4. I The most promintent feature of the movement in Saancial circles today hasbees the failure ofsev. etsl parties heretofore in good tsanag, to meet their matured notes at bak. This was not ounex pected, however, and we learn with pleasure that the shortoomings have been considerably under the anticipated aggregate estimates of esa and bankers. Money bas ru'ed as for some tiine past, sad we trust that the falling off in the 1st and 4th of January payments will not materially affect the business operations of the future. GoLD--The upward tendency of rates of Gold at New York has imparted increased strength to this market, but the demand and supply are still llght, and operations since our last have Included only the annexed amounts, via: $2500 in the m ruing at 133, $100, $62000, 86500 and 115,0() sub. sequenuy at 1.34, $9000 at 1331®@1334. and $20009 at...

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. — 5 January 1868

.rht 13 d,,I o FFCAIt I0lhMAt IF 1iE STATE s uIIn S. St'NDAY MORNINGO. JAJUARt 5, tSI8. AI;TNU IMiALbs MosUAW. CAS. MAIM di.*'s le-ite'dr a. u st.honer. e Mt t hails. md Pseded* stre. freign u ae : sa as, I I etS'k a. at a.me p.m., iabssiaotl emue a UOlh)0U31T 580s a 00. lion a * at P. IAN-Is stooks, Qrsaitm strs.~ a t.., els e W Pea .dverthementt n send earse. Iiartat atlpiW enu. 0m , evum, 96 0*w, 5w Imaday. Jwam.. t. 1/.. mamawed WeIms'esw. Steamship Gen Meade, Sampson, for New York, A Moulton Steamship Cubs, Dukehart, for Balt.sere via Havanas Witherspoon, Halsejy Aco Steamship At Mary, Bourse, for Brazos 8antiago, ChSs Y White &co Steamer Castinental. Yore, for St Louis, Master Steamer Walter B Dance, Livingston, for Cam. den, Ark, Master Ship Mongolia, Melchebr, for Liverpool. G A Fodicek &co Bp bark Prudencla, Lecertua, for Liverpool Master Echr Charlotte, Pepper, for Penhasacols, Master JMertves Wetress.m Beamship Geo Cromwell, Valli, from New York, 28th alt, to ...

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. — 7 January 1868

VW~~OLUMJC XVH, TUFO.R~DAY AR IRO, J. - , ,- . VOU VI TU EBDAI· NO IMUO JANUARYAII 7, IM..:", .r~~CPtirr ·It THE OBE80Eg DISPATUOEL nEoN waun rerm. Preseed.es of oewee-Zesenesae. Pr epeaslee-Thabb o Neaerial Eeee Tabled-The Pre*demt's Anitel tie/ a e d as a Yee w. r s.gae-* U.am P -d -he russe-laeees Ue meodm arind am  YanePome peIr s esees e the Leeso -heo em eeseo of the plobse esm -Tea h ewb dtatement-NadbSm Neve De tpa Znetement espea-Peeest Se be pened. WASomrITOw, Jan. 6.-Bowue.-A vmaity of bills aud resoltes were ltrusoed, among them: To create a local seoambeet tor's office at Cairo, Illinois; to make St. .is ourt, a port of del very ; to eathe l se of courts ef reosrd to admlsler athe in beak ruptoy. Upon, of MieMr . introdeced a rentics directing the cormIitae em meonrleton to In quire into the expedlency of tsehersg the seve ral Constittilonal conveantiu eleetad mer the reconstruction sets, is the States lately i rebel boa to appolat all civil odeu whether iate or county...

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. — 7 January 1868

AUCTION AL C, E. mmT & ma.'a ON AOW r o0 m T o f or W W RLEANS, GARAT SALS AT A0w·lO nIPROVED AID TACGI OIT PmaomERT, -m se Rse ICOxD. THIRD AND FOurIm DIenrIoa, -oeurswozao VALUABELE AATUIe sUAE AND LToI. IO .DIN SITrE ANID DSIuINU LOCATIONS T WAURINTOW ARTILLEE ABRORY-A SPA. .lO TWOORT BRICRK DILDaIO 0 O oIROD. WEW R ST. OCEARLES ADD CABONDELET S ORIINRNTAL ARMORT-NOW KNOWN AS Is PIR Ir o rSTT OORDWu COURT AN D £ -003-,& LAEBN AND IPACIOUS TRINS IOIar BtU m su.DInG IATsRD ON THr CO1NR OF ST. OHAiRLE AND LAFATETIE TUR WOCUD RDITRICT POUND-A LARGE FRAME snM ORLEANS AND R n F uRIR TREETS. s . rrn ...... T 11AI tl'lRto PROP ltTT--N H PAtISH Or OTRHER DEIrAIZ/E LOCATIONL I b WEE TI3R WITHOUT L1? ON RISERTR, Fr I iTY... O UfOREA OAsCauTO TUN rorT, AND DT ORDsER Osr BT C. I. |AS.T A T RD, o, LC. Z O otauT. CIt A. rE6, 00s-No. 17 R2xch Plc I19 MOPP&T, rZ n. 21, 1100, t 19 o'etoek P., I st ion. Mro The' .dl Au Lers' CRDRa on TRa, WOO b Swu.m CuiMs Mnd CeOUCH Ms a peie ka...

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. — 7 January 1868

I 'lUEPDAT WORING. JANUARY 7. 1M8. 8t veTr warm. Musquitees are mph rampent. General Koe in 66sg alsely a stde. Trao call Grat a uig selL Thea are 14R,0W .aede tees t Phris. Geas. Ord's wife I ilL. The Dmmsy-Darffy 1gt ba fallen tregh. Lgas, hitherto feo Grant, is now agtist him. she weather is alike debilitalag to man al horses. The latter sweat in their tlls. 0 Suaday seshie ad shoee altenated a Il April. Perambulathory loe-eram sales were M SaB day. A. Head is at iebmohad, a route for New Orleansa. It s said that four New Orlemas eatenarrias departed thai e last week. Are beimoral. nvved? t someeig of theklde flamed leg Camp street yeasterda. The meetinag birds thik spring beha come, and are building their seats ia the ity squares. Bear erd buhlo stam are served ia several of ouar eating hose. Who will ltroden beeae ? Pitkli thinks "the blood of 300W00 merPrs ham washed 4,000,01 bleck fea to a poileal white." Is there saythibg very ae Is the hqmer of ask Ing a Journalist what oeu...

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. — 7 January 1868

9FFCtIt MIMAL oF itE PTAW VF "i N A. d14. if. msl* W ags .4 t UsWMeMSAe. Smm. e. tssemse. , s es, mes , as peW smea tm Ast i as "simsm TUF DAY MORNING, JAXURARY 7T. I . AmrsaMssTts TUI. Zvaissu,. IT. CWAt31E TBEATER-The mpemawlr drema *'2h Black tIrk,,d" aw tbr~aA enra-.Psto  s Ur.O _pe-D..s itta'. ,r•and ,pna Luca dl Lamm.r "', VAitTIiES TMIAL k-Th ao bmmme etd drama "Pep U' Day." £AVIA MY 0 M(5IC'-VmrLTay "eampy-3thloylem Re. irtel tlo. ballet, rymnasti', cr. Bong. Me. 10RW ROBINt) 'e CIRCU-C--m euart ed 4 Odeas strueet--l'errt,'mnames am t1% and 6} e'rlock. CREiI ET CITY MU UECU -ou. 4 sad a Ls. Carte. pmrt.-.wmadeful tiing and oasar l w i-Smishut lady e site world-Lady withaot arms m :oWert. Orantue DAY or Tar Srat PAILL-To-day the second Grand Pair of the Meebeles' and Agricultural Association of Led esa will eom meace. The opening ceremonies will be very Impressive. At 12 o'clock the proesalseios, led by the MoNest everend Archbishop Od and his clergy, will leave for the ...

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. — 7 January 1868

trmters Oatng ert . AS ADV1ti5 uIN THE DAILT C3asoT. ........dg hi- .. . .... n Y v.jl o . l........ .. .. ri ".....oe. ... Le ....... A r S ...............LUI II h ART. UEIerd ............J iPi - O. al. f,. e. m , ski ,b .. I.. The pl, ovl nd 0 wm wr. to W t edws iatitmepe t palds of the t eef heo towTh . .. t lO o'€e Lr DO8. Te wk, buse reseemd sllttea oty Atlm e i t o bu he toI td whii n thia e r. lcb DU wOL { tedI titaAr.r t- ew 0I.. Camel ad Sekl C.. - pay. ww Oartr-. Jem 4Cd hi a Atmas Weel ad ta Sthe SLoddrI .9 0 i Tdtlattei. abete r' loo mo AUst0Fr .; C O. T. l t.DD uCK e; hoe Cs ea esiom e. dhe sd e be the 0. r J. - E *. s. MAST; (1. kOIOEIDI• And ate met on of the Iand hd thisa Dm.O nEOlR atJOIso w eqi atne /M Oa el u deletd Preel nt. 3 _ a Curl JUOmIIUorrd . Chse. --nT D.u- Jm le, as II4 eda - -Te er l1 Condomkwo St Cal . tlmo 5. It. ,wDll o boim A LF. D IL Ut1 4. Rooi er. -O---- eo,-ieleeR - ll, hlow ilsa m. Jm.r.. 4.d ClI-tleJ i l imeg _ as ipes' oand wmedi ps.ite ...

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. — 7 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 7 January 1868

TUEBDAYT MO$ WIG, JANUARY T, IS0. -e elrima I ae re1. The clst promlisest ftheu( d)y have bra a heavy Ml s i kraMf Iold nad Forelpd Ezobaao, M a• Iwenarp deolie s rates of City ni State Nes. The movemtet i d m loy dsolsed as isrsaes whtver, and the sulqp of, and the dema flt uw nW wr, role precisely as bertoterer, at abot previos 'agtes. GoLD-Opened at Ww YTek at 1341 this morn lag, against 134U , the losing rat. Saturday. At 11 a. a. snd 12 l. i t was at 135t, and at3 r. m. it closed at 1364. Pries In this market have bees orrepondiagly eahanced, ad with 'a M Seed demed sad supply daring the day, we have to report the subotsed sales as the prise aExed, vis: $4000 sad $0000 is the moralng, at 134; $12 000, at 134(1344 $2000, $3000. $3500 ad $9000, at1344; $200, at 14; $441500, at 1341; and $000 at 155. Bale of ilver include 1000 Mezan Dollars at 1341, and some trfling amousts of Ametoan Bilver coin within the rsag o of or qotations which now rule as follows, via: Gold, 11401341: ...

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. — 7 January 1868

Snh ro ea iim 'MnS-nWr OFFICIM Jiu3Na OF T1 STATE 0 J TUEI DaYl gIos . JAd IAY 1, t. e. AWlTIO@ SA.M TENS PAT. Autie lhe't, art~ mo is. nItmm, met; d,. at 1 s'el s, P. {AaLa' as4eb oravi satresn, 1. 0. MOAN ss. es It 'd.r a w., at L.srd Msat wel'e st.ble. bienase strea, bores, sows. baggts. ate. O. DS flRIT sals at l0) @.desk L s. at 86 Ismyvils YE I s1ase silaat wllF 'd . a.r. estrats of t.e dry. rods stae esiser ot gesiae ad Japaisne streeLt. My Pgo advertisesms, as n seead spn. carmein s egm, lou. 0d ne. n, meared TM &nsy Steamship Reindeer, agrath, for Arsasas Texs, Geo P Deebhon Steamship Florida, O'Lry, for Poaesacelsa, F W Perkins Steamer Planter, Newberry, for Montgomery. J E Hyde &co Ship Helen Clinton, Sprague, for Havre, Zeea & Jenkins Brig W H Bickmore, Bilkmorf, for Boston. G A Fosdick Beo £Asnwed WestseMte Br ship Curlew Flarty, from Liverpool, Nov 16, to John G foblnson-Potut Br hlip Stadacona. (Casidy, from Londonderry, Nov 15, to Wood, Low tLudwigu-...

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