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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 28 February 1868

teanmer5 Staving Fort Jo- ag. Ai ADVERTISED IN T DE DAILY CREBC3NT. M an rriday. Pebrmwr 36, 106L sI Mel...............MAIL OAT-Oar.............d 4W to Nav. Mes.........ISBTWIILLK O .....I...... 1o Ay sl Idsialr.........? ItO . Jar Iu t Mr n ...A. ! Louivrlle .......... .wDUlnSaI .L u. .......... ) 4P1ECI.AL NOICIlTO s. man --Cte. of thle Flrit W ed .--a .Meaer de- r At es.te oa to ses o the Thed oerd d ia'd oMas.ics1 o IATnee AT DYilI , i. a41t Nn tlu . d pwant HaL ewn of Poi lddeede aid 1toelane itret Bya orderet the O F o o flot. All tih Teo' of the Thdtlc Wed io faoIer bete ropes s..sed Ia the filb. da Dew ertic Plots fuy oveuttot t'be held tbol I tht,. berhb Dth. le. " we or ,esetry teo'ed nto rrt at Ieca .hlc' Iales r IOMDLA aitlr NO, Mortd 2, fare (,oape of w e perti Dnlaeb1 A eigO tat ittendeue ls denurd. W Id tublc Pest elc the paet'mol ttebodarOah of tio Pree dett' Ios ersMy req sated at a t to h bold at Lthe Library Room. me- y et lere' Tslitr.,t, S11 (Friday) "...

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. — 28 February 1868

sk pm @ritan raien IFFICUIL mOUfN IF TIE ITATE IF LSIMANA RIDAY MORNIRO. FIEBUARY U, rIS. A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT TO THE SENATE His Bight to Reaove Stanton Defended The president oa the 24th eat to the n -eateth following mesage, which was read a mecret mw ao. laidM on the table and ordered to be printed The Senate removed from it the lfjumotion o secrecy: •'I the Sera of the UaId Maie: '1 have received a copy of the reoelation adoptd by the Senate on the 21st lnt., as follows: "'WtWalasss, The Renate have read and conaid eod the communication of the presldent, stating that he had removed Edwin K. 8nmnto, seeretar of war, and has designated the adjutant genera of the army to oat as secretary of war ad isderinrs therefore. "' Reolred, By the Senate of the United States that noder the Constitntionand laws of the United States the president has no power to remove the secretary of war and designate any other officer to perform the dutlee of that ofe ad interim.' "This resolution ...

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. — 28 February 1868

eht ot erltans ractne. FRIDA MORIINO, FBBRUARY IS, tes. JAi ®rltaus Pnsm 5aket. Increased apathy has been the meet prominent characteristle of thU movement in financial circles to day. Gold spened at New York this morning at 1404 against 1411 the closiag rate yesterday, I and ettadily advanced till 3 P. I., when it was I quoted at 1411. Rates In this market have undeo. I gone but little alteration at any time, and wit only a barely moderate supply and demand, s operations have been restricted to the appendea 2 amounas, viz: $1000 at 1401; $2000 and $20,000 st a 141; $5000 at 141;: $2500. $10.000 and 82 t000 at f 1414. and $10.t0 and $6000 at 141. Salesof Silver have been re.tricted to trifling amounts of Amer * I can halves and Mexlesa deaers at our q tatitnu-, I which now role as follows, via: Gold 14il1414; a Amrteslca Silver ega 132@133, and Mexican dul. Jars 143143}. FoaREluet IxcnANOS-The movement in Sterling and France has oleclosed so marked variation of any aind since our...

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. — 28 February 1868

UFFICIAL IOYIAL OF THE STATE Of LIUIANA PRIHDAT MORWINO. PIMMARY M, INS. AULTION SAB TI DA T. MONTOOMERT 305. A CO. sllIM 11 . ., s P. thaws aWeN.. 0r ri ,4 Wl kmty. u' ; asJo, sti  ,A a.. sat I5IP-idrassr 5rd, eefs . .o, MEt.LLc;AN & AlsTTIr mSl, at T.'desk h .. a 74 ca l,.,d. et ircs, mtsbie gtaoa7' vm, gimamsrw platd ware, catstI. ete CIAe. T. ('AIR r5a. M .'d.A.k A. n., M tAS 40SOr5 f se. 1 bse..d ]lhuwdid, tMreot, toaets#5, ete, rs. r. edwerft i use umad ge5S. i artunt _ ntelfigturce. O sM a , V . N ta i, Steamship Kensington, Hedge, for Boston, Creevy, Nickerson &co Steamer Sarah. Deering, for Mobile, Master Steamer Ezra Porter, Pbrter, for Shreveport, Master Bark Jennie ('ubb, Honley, for Boston, Thoradyke & Norteon Bark Limerick Las, Marsbmam, for Bremen, Creevy, Nickerson &oe Old bark Nympbs, Rabe, for Glasgow, Zerega & Jenkins Brig Winfield, Osgood, for Boston, Creevy, Nickerson &co Brig Ann Roberta, Duak, for Matanaes, Jea Kelley Schr LiUse Eva...

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 February 1868

f . 1 ; IVA' THE OR H ..... M(º .M -* F W "8f .. . ,lialll l aiD ill in P THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY uMATIOn Or T 01 WCo r OF TB LADDU,. IN1LAKLATZll 01F;"M fI33I m" CA. TAIUH O IE9IILADDI.1TRAJ-. GURIT O PAIWFUL UIMNATING. Vhis Bens Mdhesa It It truly a sep fmay, tad tee Are you tb.eud-d w th that dilltsmeeg pals I hthe maftl of the baek ad thraeh the hips? A aJpeatafl a day of AILLMBOLL'I BUCUU will relieve you. PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS PLEASE NOTICE. C I unhe se sereat of gradients. HLMBOLTD' xT. TRACT BI") O U i.tempe.ed ol Bache, Caoebt. and Juniper Bar in. sele-ted with groat oare. prepared in vraco and according to rule of PFNAMIACT AED CEMIIITIY. Tb ingr.dloent are knows as the most valuable DiMarete agoded. A DIU.RETIO IB THAT WHICH ACTS UPON THE KIDNETY. HE.LMBOLD' EXTRACT . BUCHU, ACTS OGUTLY, s p'eesrt to Itnto and Cdor. free Sem all itjekiocaproper t, and immediate In I.e actlea. FOR TIlE SATISFACTION OF ALL, r Medicl Pr.peirtil enatalsed la Dltpeasatory of the Unltted 8t."...

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 February 1868

'"t aM orsm 4qeal pfICIAL MXIlML I THE STATE 5. 0. N SXeN. mua.. t or@ no. eam CAlMP MHE DAIJY OR.M O ' I gablbaeAý sVas MOlm5M*-mal s mastL !easy Sahaupdeas Is d.admas, as Sri Mp. N ..W. *t . n~ U. = ltou iw t 1ý ., m " tsU " lae 3se E 1eesi -eath ala i Ms be . a ...** .. 14 . .U . se. 5 asreS adw r eismae ammsers .ve emar se, os fa uslls "l " o. now . aed ..4. r - the so s ates b as Ga sl massma. viams eada. wti.e havIng the s at beajem, toeast m. SI l 4,i ; N aesrhe sm arima e. dam w neaseem ftt. mad Pserth eas treoateat eadvmathemem eaMt o asse.a st rams. eso t 0 a ,ase e A ,br v  ,a as ttmseras shvaer amaU s .eta i sem may e. AD sdwllase seses am sesurfs/ f r eassu bse of sew1as me bm 1etere s All treastst adrertslerm vetat b paM ras In adinot . ll adaeutmeabts at maeted fe w ged sb 1 g.Ssm wW be p"b'1 seN --ins.d.ee-asusenM -. Ugaaore I s Weamsesatpled bl tea Ifes seeld sas WH' WEEKLY OR'OMM is publteid . cry t ua s i srateg sse ast, is, $ gart sess de aabass htfpnearly d u...

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 February 1868

8hia *a, *rleaans etstt. SATURDAY MORNINGI , FEBRUARY 29, LASS. IMPEACHMENT. INI DEBIAT NIWI THU E OVR zUmID AND OIWCLIIDS. $peeches by1ashbrior , Wilon, Stevens, Wood, Woodbridge, andothe. On the 2'4 .ftha House of Representatives re ienerd the conslideration of the impeachment res olution, the interval between 10 o'clock and noon Ltir g tetbhtu.liy regarded as belonging to the erasiln of Saturday. The desks of the members were very eparsely occupied at the opening of the proceedings, but every seat in the gallery, save some in the diplomatic gallery. was filled. Ihe delete was opened by Mr. Ashley. of Ohio, 'who, in the course of his remarks, said the House was now trticht face t. -face with a min who was recognized as an enemy of tle-governm-nt, aL as a strong ally and friend of the lost cause a nian whose public and private act thad been marked Iy vii;ations of law. Dare the iloIee lot.-er hbrlnk from the exercise of its power in reaclingi the government from the usurper, and t...

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 February 1868

RIM SMO OF TIOE STATE t IMiwS. . S. E. NlO. B m dml ir epaSi s Orta:J so oa .w r &AMP . sP reTm 5st5 wm, isb ee tSr~w U ptaly erl arlttyi. N sasgtm eas$e seames. * Ts W -sste Osesiee b pjabIA egyasglgp. ' . itto su per 5 samn.ter iseb to eamesa FA1RIA'ra MR'dl'e4ti. PERRITART 29. Iet. AW M (Mt TS ROl'sl-- s VA r nsW-I o. UFW 1iPSR ArAot'R".ren OpeerTreep5-"N5sal5iate. or bhe Dnmnb Girl of 'ortei " (',A iF MI I r a I i 1'--i .ne*y~ tomllastlon-"Jlim Cro w Alive"-' Mrdl ,.ra SIll"-'- ew w, .gp dagos, ketcb, YAP'VP'IF Ti AT*PRW-PCe*'Owt of Edwin Adam. "Hlt'o tt."-"Bl.ck ked ooin " gr. A' tl A ie IItATE--"N' 'oThoroeghfre"'-"PFtog Dotebhap " C L T- ,%T .TT d triC4t. M-h 9 St and 42a . Catlres *t-.e.tCwc4.fet19t to.' so neteelooltjeI. Matleesi at own at the Variet.e aud ll actemy of Mu s. Tum Suriva& CREscENT. -The Sunday Caas CENT, in all respects, is a paper which we offer as credit:ble to the literature anda journalistic enterprise of New Orleans. Filled with the latest n...

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 February 1868

ttamuers Jeaaring Fort ge-lag. AaI ADVIRT IBED Is Til DAILY C1P B T. E atmream. Pabrwere Us, t1a .r : Yrk...........GOEO:: ClMWEiLL. VaUlt... re Pe...............L W. olte-Ors le........ lJl led AO......:.... NAO k  moe -, ...A PUM d r ..........I..T.. IS TA iNS. sl... . PM Oaw ehis Bly er...Y...1?3iIt LAU.A...... PU t( 1adt-Lr............WA.E.. 1A W . ......... PU ed IS ihr ........... NATTONAB. lrk I. ............ .. PM Iele 1 ti...........JOlj r OUL. Rg gea........ PM SPECIAL NOVFIvEb. -- - ttc* wuat em.e',l rwast-'%. Sn* ra.y of the j'fci tb . ad. Thitr ]potrlct. a e etlltd to ccewt et th'r "b n Csrraclcl Hs, cerner of crIteeme sid 2r5.5' 7 ao'eth the prpoe of electing delegres to the iemecemtle C( .-mI.e. ie edsI LtOINI PrWWR, Sertare. -] cak of N'w EOrjmm., Wew warleea. Feb PI. 41 h -aeI be fetof erwb tt ti ank witl be we to .oc'ee to the co not of Oal Igumet mad RoeCte. At y 7. N. UOUTI. asle.1r. S- all J,,ekaee i t`e'pea. We. IS lew trie.... Feb .J. Itd-the (Im.ere sa...

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 February 1868

Si g. ertu net. OFFICIAL k)OuRAt OF THE STATE OF .twIlANAM BAIUBRAY MORNINJG. PEBItUABY 18, teLe (ieetmeste of she Preesade.a's c essN 1 - SBe1es o S. m•e emvel .tfames.w. I have been aware that there were doubts as to the conatruction of the law, and from the irst deemed it de.irable that at the earliest poselble moment these doubts should be settled, and the true constrtetion of the act ixed by the decisi o of the tinprematourtof the Unitedet ates. My order of suspension tI August last was latended to place the case in uech a posltion as would make a revort to a judicial decision both necessary and proper. My unaderstanding and wishes, however, under that order of suspensioa, were (rastrated, and the late order for Mr. Stanton's removal was a further step towards the sooomplihbmeat of that purpose. I repeat that my own convictions as to the true construction of the law and as to its consti tutitnality were well settled, and were sustained by every n ember of my cabinet, incladin...

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. — 29 February 1868

e *rlta ns Qre cent. SAY MORNIrX, FEBRUARY 29, 188. If *rlesas pmsq arkt i eraa y avies, M te .rin o m s is no let up to notice ia the accsmulation fI soy. Accruing obigations ar biog met s onmendable promaptftde add the bank*s vate capitrHels Itaye aite fnds in hand c y can satiafaatvty invest. At the same demeand for aooOmmodato smill hogws a batement, and but for the e1vy daily in- c I in kohanage the surp'as of dormant p cold become decidedly unwieldy. Bates ,; not and interest do not fall off, as in oilier rI sictr similar circumstances, nevertheless b ulineg gu-re still oootinue 8  cent. ) c Sbatrk, aid 1014 i cent. jf month out of pi or short git-edged paper, and 10i"2 ! f, annum for long-dated notes secured by 11 city murtgage. Second clas- and lower r, ap-r is still hard to place on anything lie r ble figures. aNDt fHILV-s-T ,V movement In Gold has a full average character durig the paut nd sates have fluctasted from hour to hour n day to day, in accordance with the aI-...

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. — 29 February 1868

BATURDATY rORIE G. FEBIUARY 29,4 m. AULTis1eN AL. TiS AT. 0. DE RTFT ml.r. at 11 l'deek a. L at lu I orboa real. brtetau. eaWrp. as dhIaller, se. RAL T. ash al. as u 5et A. M., ws sir loess fest u,la e.si, eqsr. I1t LIOAN e ASUTT acll as Te'.loet P. E. a.74 r.rdigstase. ars ssass. vaes, gLtanw pM wan, ;ini. o, 3o05 Js seM eK 00. was II .'lw. A, sMis, Ascii. Cari, 67 flm.. ssrs slan.u sc.; alao, .t SI'erok s. at P. fer's tablt , on Gravir slres. hush, inals,. e. j udio 'u Wisa m sees. anrtsu jateifgears. iStemubip Gee Cromwell, VatUl, for New Ysrk, A Meels Steamship Crescent, Hawthorn, for ilveston, Chas A Whitesy toe Steamer LonevIle, Rhunk, for Lousville, Master Steamer MI nooun, ltinde, for Jefferson. Mater Br bark Ptnjaub, McIntyre, for Liverpool, John (i Roblneon BShr Hermit, McKinney, for Grand Galllon, Master Aurs.ys Ye esras. Steamship Star of the Union, Cooksey, from Phil. dilellhia 17th ir,, via Havana, to Creevy, Niek.rson keo-2d district Ship (;o Hurliut. MAlsos, fr...

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 March 1868

r: I~I T NEW ORLEANS RES V1OLUMI XVII. "* SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 1, 1.18. . ·< 'e · i .. . TBE U r 'man DSBPATOHEB TROM WASB I NTON. ZC~rDqte OF OONGRMS. of Impeachment Procedure in thie enate. .HE I C MENT ARTICLES REPORTED AND DISCUSSE IN THE HOUSE. NINE IABRGI ON BTANTON'S REMOVAL. IM E ENT PROSPECTS WEAKENING. W' rW_ WRAtL RIITOIRDa eW vo, Feb. 29.-The debate in the ,o Bonse. to-day, may be charterised as trashy. Nf o N* oluta were developed. The bate in the Senate developed no facts on which hinge speeoulstlos. The provision al lowing e impeachment court to employ the army navy for the enforcement of proceees snd meats. was stricken out. Argument, bow, elicited the sesertion that the court can use and all the people, should an emergency id not preside during the diecuseon on are articles. r T poblicans are holding a caucus to-night. IEsm a evidence on which the tenth charge is a-ed ply shows that the president asked cer SiLtai q lone and expressed some astonishment at ...

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 March 1868

@Ih tt 4u enrqaxi ( tscanl. iFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE F LIhisAN . e. 351e6. Udleew .d Wa5Uew omoi., eo Vn OAMP stal rS. tME DAILY R.UaWNeT seary saassId I. s e..e.e. Sn; NWt genetp. M uetMOl. ft Sea" mu. mi floate of Liwerthtllas ge mem meath. 3meahe sh g .::: 3 8p5: g: 5 .. so M° 9 " " 4"" 99 " le .- ta . 1 ý 1i ..... " .i .. I N "" n rIts, 1i .5 I e r. ii 1 he aper, 0 s. i _m.. _.10 1e. NOn olSt rt a7n Wtes a I eatbv I 5o3 dsami read p- mosM ag, m aulh. eheun - ps eroaua le ts N a tbos, : s m a a  rvma. Nta teemis ttosftt b Mprn a semA un erlurses .r.sdemeM tersel, s--a abe aww ats diemat from a·e armed trasgeam rate as may he aes spe; predl.d that isa u ew shall am dileseas e eras 1 ser cens AU bestae awuem t hadsssllmmea tsae mgell re ess Pr It.. each taprtiso kn trimsuest su..arlimeas mest be 9a"fe I dwase. All advertisemels not marted for g spetfled SIabe k agrtiss will be pubtlsheddz times ad ebarged eaerd5agl,. Ia 5sttl with r.sg'ar advertisers shall be mssded m...

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 March 1868

ODA OW m tWG, X M I*. Don't get tiea W , TIst ,are act _I'm bd Boch at. o cpywritvon Bah! I'm dak of this lndl" l5t yoe Such an unrequl Mas of care ow I myaul believe I e 'as bore! 3eedaebes hut the brold leave it Stik s eel Writ ., wrltta, wrltg tehlg; Mystm4 and rei -Ms Htuch a lot of " sa m. And what more Ye sheall here thes atei y, Dose slmelo. .They are not forgot; l With some ry Iit Sed pet your cranuiY 8mokeb sad watch the r parly troke your beard, and with Charley, Till I've time I . Now Ortemsl Vk M IW. MAT 1. I'i cam. When Well atsrem ferom Cae." S'it inki you'r only come where your STi . t health and stlth, with which, the , tf life doth fliw; t ,en ready jest upon yop, the nmile within Jeur eye. IPt Jute how all untouched Dre, thi hors float Idly by Arlid the radiant flowers ere? nay, love, it is not so. Th ) grim, gaunt care, witlon hbL were grasp. tag at thy beart ; TI J' on thy brow, dark felt' t6u1, the beaded drops shooldstert; ' a' wealth and honors, ta$g a sh...

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 March 1868

Ie J mUNm TA M hATEs L AMA.. * .alm , i TM as E ...mM. -- SIsZp. ...... a I IP ml 30mws P ws n, la m eassm ar seees ameagpte 0m Per wasg. Aumbi by m stew SUNDAYT MOINeIP, MARCH 1, 108. AMUsIsmIUT THIS sEVaIIIO. astw OrPA ttOtrB-!tench Opera Teepse-Oavsed's greed opera "Faust." TARII.TIEt TEATZ-E--gagemset Edwis Adam-s ' Macbeth ' ACJADEMY OF Rt!TCT-srtie (flbtfltt~"an-' Crow Litie"-' Mardi wis Sai"-l w .s dne. ob4sas. burleqiss, iec. PT. Cr4ARLEa TREATEr--"'o Thoresgbfar"--"yt-ag Duecbnhma. ' 3*4 ENT CTTY WnTiEUM-ros. 40 and 4 Mlt. Cha street.-Word.rfl thing and asaral eursttem DEIICrrATIC WARD MsrToa--We call special attention to the notice in to-day's paper from Col. Smallwood, secretary of the Democratic Central Committee. It will be sees that the Democratic and conservative voters of the city, are all called on to assemble to morrow night in their respective wards, to send delegates to the State convention, which Is to meet here on the 6th. The number of delegates to which eac...

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 March 1868

,Attanier5 drat n Fot do-19q. M ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CRESCiNT. a.ad~p. UMseh it lis . ieee... nOU.M 4,AN. Lewis~.- a,. ... Daol o.... N .....LAVOURI'HK eo...., PM  Mobie......N.....A...MAIL MOAT-OC ...............a P INam.W uack a. I11. Tae............... tO'.F.PIIT3I L,'clzwod.......t JAN Nasiar......... NAIL 3OAI-Emes............... 4lm l'ortd&............. tr l W. DILL. aMuer.....-.. BaYOU Rr.... NINA RNIMMUN. Aattin..........5 PM 3 o·fe .re...... IMPAVriLLS. -m.............. 5 PM Green Il.. ...... (N)I. AL?.F.'. ivha4rvm .... PM Pt I.... I... .W. R DASCv 1·I'",e r..........5 MM Rod 1,.-r .... . VATI AT.. cohe .... . 5 PM P(1 T1EAL. - S m.Cwll· s'C t·ase C.. .vwetIle.-Th 1l~1 wig 'too t.e.se, ware, adepol by th. floe ento 0. lat i'.otrol 'oentmitoee at the regular m.t ng oIf Sdoedsay, Fehiroeoy 26 scan'e... That the remntrte eold (l..eo'e.Ovl, votere -f b-cry t New orlear. baor, b q.re '", ma'ob'.'I tacit robot Wrd..ieu Cudrayl g'tl 1n-ob 2. at 7 t'el-b for p.orn, at tleit...

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 March 1868

SFFICAL O0MIWAL F TIE STATE F LOUISIASNA SUNDAY MORNIIO. MABOH i, less. * 'rs.amse. Whinst , a lonesome kfad o' mas, Wie'in my chlmney-earner sit, No vriend or dog do b6ie wie' me, Zo I be vorced to fliak a bit. The bells rag In the weld church-tower, The lime-trees shblver to the bleat; But. 1O the aching seee o' loss That haunts sm I sa the peut I Last year it war a theerfl to 1 The bells rang out as ek p aad a lear; But now my bonale Jesu I deed, by child a gone, ad I be bare. Her patteus stand beneath the clock, No more they echo on the stoane; O God! I pray for patience still, But I be left here all aloane! t She wnr a srarker seul than I, And well I mind her lissome look As she my letters taught o' nights, And now her gravestone I my book. And loohinasa the church-yard now, The letters "" seered"' Le see ; 'Tis whoaly ground wbe'ees she Mee, God knows how sacred 'tis to me. C A cradle stands right auverhead, And there a mouse ha' built her nest; For thoughts of him that's gon...

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. — 1 March 1868

ghe 11tm rlean Qrtscent SUNDAY MORNIJO. MABOR 1, iiot. jw @ritaus s~mnj Farket. GOLD--Ha gone still higher to-day. The open ang rate at New York this morsing was 141) agasa1t 141j, the elostag lagro yesterday:. At 2 i.. i. it wa quoted at 141, and at 3 r.a. t stood at 1411. The demand aod supply Is this market bave been fair throughept, and the general move ment Indicated a steadily opward tendency of ra'es. We append the principal sales as follows, viz $10 0000 m the morning at 1414 $1500 a* 141 , 14600 at 1411, $2000, $26gt, 8401s. $7000, $15 1o0) and $17,000 ast 1414. $10,t00, $1'4 s i, and 12 00o) at 141[. l10,000 at 142. $4500 at t 1116142, l.3.000 at 142(142. and $10,000 at 1424. t4aleeof Siiver included 600 Mexiean Dollars at 143:, and some trifling lote of AmericanalPalves within the range of our quotations, which now rule as followq vtz: Gold 1424(1421. Americas Silver Coin 133l 136, and Mexican Dollars 1434144. FoaEzioN )ixcanoL-Derapite the enhancement of Gold to-day rate...

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. — 1 March 1868

OFFICIAL IOURNAL OF TE STATE OF LOWUIAP4s " t SIUNIDAY MORNING. MARCH 1, 1866. AU£ IICTIE BLm U[SA* . M iOWTOOERY ieRO A 00. on t 1 A. L , at P. Idae's stabe Gk rader strot, hens, saki, sin. CUAs. T A4TH mil. Ms I1 o'dteeb A., a e bseruf StL harLt. mad Perdid streu thaliae, eti Wi Wse aUrnt .dsememse eraed age. 0inror Orh Ie. fl u wa ggook Baaa. rhr 1ai Y m meas.n Wesre Steamship Bienville, Baker, for New York, via Havana, Jas Connoly Aco Br st amnship Crusader, Creighton, for Liverpool. FSteant-hip Texas. Baker, for Indianola. Master S6 tein chip Juephine, Lockwood, for Rraaos San t;aco via Galveston, Chas A Whitney &co Steamer eIlnma, Rogers, for Wetumpka, Ala, Master Steamer Pauline Carroll, White, for St Louis. Muter Br ship Pantheon, Beeby, for Liverpool, J H Ashbridge & Decan Bark Hawthorn, Williams, for Havre, Zerega & Jenkins Italian brig Marietta. Lipari, for Genoa, W B uddendorff Br achr Salvador, Hansen, for Havana. r- WWm Goldenbow Schr Arthur, Lute, for Br...

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