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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 8 March 1868

'THIE NEW ORLEALNS I 3IEESEINUM 176. EO~ IVII. ~SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 8, 1868. N E 1. ORE0ENBT'S DISPATQHE&. :e ha an RO I WABHINGTON. " mi wl ejoicing Over Democratic Gains. f' wl tel ROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. th fri wi IlI SECRETARY OF WAR AD INTERIM. In ternal Revenue Receipts. St all ad stractive Avaluache in Caliebrla, ta wl E W HAiPSHIEI ELECTION. , X AND THE AUSTRIAN MISSION. or >EATII OF JULIA DEAN. - Ct Curious Point Raised by the New iea York Tribune. Cr TTHODIST EPISCOPAL CONFERENCE AT BALTIMORE. ETC., ETC., ETC. ea frn WAsuiN(.ToN, March 7.-Northern Democratic , apers are g'owing with display lines annoiunciigR it enmocratti virtories and gains in municipal elee- In trne. Relpurllii-an papers are denouncing the A. smociated Press reporters as partisan. Cloge ua eeding here chows the Democrats have gained w miensely, a-od the gains are so wildepread as to fi reclude the i lea thavt local issues have controlled w hee results to any great extent, or that the As-. ,,'an...

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. — 8 March 1868

OFFICIAL IUMNAL I TIE STATE I l lUAN A. s. o.1W 3. aae.. .a rewrege*er. OFF@ I IE. 8w O 1EI R rME DAILT ORMIIT Is pi =VRUT EOIEN1e-Uiase memasL ma s5melpum, iymess. eos; Soi 3s. 55: 4~a.Ir. Aistus ieaii, mes ae. s . ..m . R:ag I b m h 3mthC a I ntbh mauths. 1 Sawn Pa ..... 8 "°a 8 "o, . s..... o . . an ** wi.... a a "" ** t** * 1 o "** se, .... I a75 * .. .. .. Mtlo .....l 79 12 " "" "" hm ..... N ..1 "" oe . o lea" 17 ". * e a.... = lse i "" ""s .- " it&. uu "" "s aCue.,e"" 1t e"" 9 o. e "p Em mi..em su e m.. sm »se aw- ""m seoe se"... 1I . . .. 1, Psmnas, adi mssm umlar eeks ~ra ru masgm ftSt RsNir 5 So ear insis arean se auime sierir weat ai Ime,. sn se .aii erasmatses a.s. above mtlmmisu soam may be 5r88m9up5a; pvmuani +s lesmsS er d re ssaurl Jl aetaman d r admlam rbse i Wepw,1 lM 1a1as dOersentsh must be pisteao aeeemaera. A. sived9em5 t se9 maakdd foaw pae Wld samb. of THU WWEELY CRWZIIo' Sson.btl b Perym saterist U g. sqbsaeerti. P ermem. tls semse bal inal. m eI N-...

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. — 8 March 1868

au gam eStu=as graUnt SUNDAY MORING. MARCBOH 8, 16se. A RUadred Tem.e Ag.e, Where are all the birds that sang A hundred years ago? The flowere that allIn beauty sprang A hundred yean ago? The lips that smiled The eyes that wild In fiashes shoe Soft eyes up; Where, oh! where are Ulp ad eyes The maiden's smiles, theleyer'ts ighs, That lived so long ago? Who peopled all the eity streets A hundred years ago Who filled the elmreb with Nees meek A hundred years ago? The snoring tale Of ilster frill- The plot that work'd A brother's hurt; Where, oh! where are plots ar? sneers, The poor man's hope, the rich man's fears That lived so long ago. Where are the graves where dead men lept A hundred years ago? Who were they that living wept A hundred years ago By other mea That knew not them Their lands are tilled Their graves are lled. Yet nature then was jusot as gay. And bright the sun shone as to-day, A hundred years ago. Pageh oa the Alabama queOesso. otrTT! TOITT! Origiual Poem for the Inaut...

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. — 8 March 1868

RC I IMAL IF THE STATE F .L- ga_ A., . S. IX P. 2se sw nPewssease.. om1rtWo, I.o oaW aga , Wp Temr ~amfipss st mms, IM; t s, S ta amesstsd, . masste ml, mat S13Ts WmnE s O mma is t tr f easimam d. SU!NDAY MORNING. MARBIH 8, 18s. A/MLUsAMENT THIS EVNaI Q. Ir. ONARtLES THNATE---"1Mastulle" sad "Portr PEW uPERA JIoL5Ron-F,-as Opera Yvsaps-"Orphan in the tsfenial R yrions"-'Le Ceptelse Ti " VARIETIE THEATE--EIngagemen of Edwis Adams- "art'. Hlert" AOADEaY Or MUSIO-Dramatle and VmTety ast.rtai. mset-F-are e, tnrtesee. songs, ballets, eta VRE5CENT C'IT Int'tE'U--Nos. d asnd 42St Chd.. Ms.-wronderful tiring Lud tasrejs curtedleL . We publich elsewhere, without present com meat, a proclamation by Mayor Heath, received lat night at half past twelve o'clock. Tax GIAID l)cflEs.--The Opera House over flowed last night with one of the most brilliant audiences of the season, on the occasion of the Irat presentation of the " Greed Deehees of Ge. rolstein." The scene contrasted strangely with all ...

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. — 8 March 1868

Ad ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CREBCINT. SIaday. Maorek . IS6. Ter. ..... .. M.ORGAN. L4wis-Car ......... 7 AU xr ble. . ........ MAIL BOAT-Oarsm.............. PM Iy, Par......... LAFOLRCBE. Baraso..........3 AN MoeSear. Mach . O. 19. in>ell ............... MAIL BOiAT-- Tes ........... .... Car.,n tira......... IBRTTLLR. Oe .............. PI L ...... NINA SIMMRES, GrathOa...... ..5 PM or ........... .c) ALM. ALL . ardson .......5 PM SPECIAL NIOTICE. - New Orle0... TypraLph.lal UiIr.- A .-.-1.I ntretler of this asscrt.ten will be h*ld Tll (Flrnl· l Mf 1(51NO. Iea'c Ir at 11 o'ele t arho bell t'ta Carat d ad Pardd. s. e.iea dr. v e r and member Is reqaested, Is important blm At ll he tanrw'td. ) roer ,r f the resildent: JAHN I LATOUSk PWeetar.. - Wieastonel epktllesa Party of Ltat.l i r s- 'II' e tr.1 x.secet've (ornmittec of the Nati'tnal Re p lsiyeen Paty ,4Leatclana wiit rnet at their hbedq4urt.e. i]n "f ýt r I.art, trRet at o'elo k M()NDAY a'VElIN;., Mormb 9, Ith, and evwery ev...

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. — 8 March 1868

FCU . L JaML o TlE STATE IF LgS SUNDAY MORNING, M&ABOH 8, IS, [Wron Peamem's Msaesiae] One by one they died iest of all their rase; Nothing left bat prade Lace and boakle hoes. Their made, On ir dwelling plane Rithless heads are laid Down the old house goes! See the anclent manes Meet ts fate at last, Time, in his advance, Age w or honor knoews; Axe and broadaze fall, Lopping off the past, B with ber sad maul Down the old bhose goes! Sevenscore years It stood; Yes, they built It well. Tho h they bullt of wood, Whow that honnew eya! p house arose. For Its cross-beams square Oak and walnut fell; Little worse for wear, Down the old house goesI Bending te boaU s d plan Bmen wfth erowtrp ply, Opening fissures dank, BStriking deadly bnlows, From the gabled roof How the ahingles fly! Keep you here aloof Down the old house goe!I Belding still Its place, There the chimaney stands, Stanob from top tobase, Frowninog on its foes. Heave apart the stones Burst its Iron bands I Bow it shakes ...

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. — 8 March 1868

ht ®ew Orltans 4mat t bI'NlAY MORNING, MARCH 8, lg$. U s eritans Iene JMar et. Omasosv omnas, sO. N faw asuars sweats. Mr 1. 7IL The movement in financial circles has disclosed S no ma!er,al variation of any kind to day. Rates S el Gold have been well maaintained, owing to the f very flmn character of prices at New Yort. The S detand and supply have been only moderate thr( ugheot, however, and the total operations in eluded the appended amounts, vis: $4)00 at 14t4, ,00)0 and $20,000 at 1411. $25.000 at 1411|il}l, $1 .(00 and $,0,000 at 1415,83000,$3500, $2500, $69!0 1 anm tir) 1-0, at 142, $10,003 at 142*. and 1i)0. at 1421 Isles of Silver comprie e 500 American i h.!ves bought by a broker at 13.5, and $100 do. sold by abroker as 138. The rnling lfrores this evening were 141 J142 for (uold; 1356136 for Arrers asi bilver Coin, and 143!144 for Mexlean jr, sra. F n,-ot Excnraaoz-Rates of Sterling and Fran. a have been firm to day, but the movement wees ieticted, and the total actual...

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. — 8 March 1868

- l I - In i i SUNDAY Ri ORrING, MARCH 8, 1868. ACTIro uLIu 4W Mo wAW. WOFTOMlERT BsOI. A CO. 01U1 at 11 A. St P. 53 Imer's stabls, Orahlr street, hner, male. et. No CHA. Y. PA4H s I o'dclk A. U., a ,tfe r 16 Io Ft.( haerlew ad Prodid, t ,, r'nttue etc,, ;eon thb lee, fa t of Cassmotbhues st, cottn. THE SHEKIFF e*Is M~a o'lock r., M., at 63 CarondeL l treet, f tunitre, ate. bbl THE t ,NRTALtBLE es, as 10 o'elosek s. at 516 MYsa :ne street cmntent or  . h lto , o, t 1, at t0 t .,.rmercial Place. aewing machia. s " +. adwrrtismens up .cnad pse. ce KOl llOt * COe. sailw a4 1A.e Ac at I 3 4L1sws ta*es Geset. strt, missere Phi Stean ship Con Meade, ampson, for New York, c Wood, Low &T Ladwigsen 8 Steamship Rapidan, Cheeseman, for New York, Ad via Havana. Jas Connoly &tao RI 8teanmhip Concordia, Sears, for Boston via Ha. Be vans, C'reevy, Nickerson aoo od Steamship St Mary, Bounre, for Brazo9 Santiaio. Chas & Whitneytoo 0co Steamship Agnes, Wilson, for Galveston. 10 Chas A ...

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. — 10 March 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS RESCE. " VOLUME XVII. TUESDIY MORNING, MARCH 10. 1868. .-N.UYa,_ 1. iL, .. . . . . . m -I n~- ii ." , - --- ---II'-"inms"Ii---f l~lIH~u RelMbId's DuscAT, r THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY I1 --.`.- TI UalUTrm. P IInIATIAO or 1us 3350, or THRI a1DDSa, mrtLAMMATIO* or 0FR1 KI , CA. TAREH O IHZ LADDER.STRN. A OURE OR ?AIInULUUAJU. For these dseass I truly a nesmw g smed, ad too muso., gormahe sa d Il It. prIels A sgle dese hasm bem 'uows to rlevet ther mot argmt sympeoms. Are you troubled with that distrassnIg pale In the small of the bark sad through the hips? A teasp.ofl a day of H.LMBOLD'S BUCHU wlrdwieve yea. PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS PLEASE NOTICE. vi ar I make as se of taedlnts. HILMBOLD'S RX. TRACT BUCBU iseompesed of BSuhe, Cubhbs, and Julper Brnto, selected with reat eare, prepared In vace d Jad aoeerdnlg to rales . PHAUMATY &D D U RKBISTZY. These agrrditete are kown as the most vleable Dlnatte aedet* bi A DIURETIO IS THAT WHICH ACTS UPON THE KIDNEYS. bi in HELMBOLD'...

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. — 10 March 1868

FIL gMc IF W T STATE * LIAMIAA. . . eI Ufseann samd e  wso mew. furs. a.. g GASP 5tY!. W D..AIL.Y .. LWZMN al s sg m . s- m-asems., Ift n ,1 g . N5. m mrss. ons m. s a s tagses =sm . at s. .aathmmbs msse tr a .... >M h ' " N . 1N "" a =:::*: * " R- : :-. .i.., N IN °. " an , . . l "" . n o "' "n - " } te. ""a *lit Is* "" "* I *" ttln... N"ll I "" t"i "- SN "" {." Nrtemtl, r t  in 21 y ; - _ eged tw- hlrd, the sh ae rate~ n Plgs andPhrh pi a amely m4ve. esmw.5 saat s , -me per aemoa. 9aaems t mivtemeamma, hbehg me rue at I ppeo , ais aMa. $1 ter sequaon; omamh mbsequmttmmtrwl, TSat ftes Pid sea pe wemoet merussein t. as . uhwagtt. as,W a g w w .asa se a aqrm mglr soima as se art. Imlargety, MaDs be alleed uem Ois e fs f.e. shove samied treamtht resee as mad be fot apem; preeddt., thatta ae amba enab ditiemm 5. aid N per .st. All lelaesas motieso of asdiv.e.sUmn sb ho habrsed 15..55 tIt per tireahte tabrfaileL. da Namais amdwrtseema moste paid feer to dvee L Al sdrti.smetms ne...

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. — 10 March 1868

rIE8DAY MOWRIN. MAtca Is, wu. Fnor DI w O | ada1. ter t se tseoLe .nd still I dream agein thoese golden drat- hben she andI, wih kheert thet wee as osa , ret loving through the happy intern ime und i winds would eose. ber as the touches of her sweet dead lips, And dearer than all else the years confer, . Thel seem to char e this tranquil eavening air Wi memories of her. What time I wooed her n the woodland paths; What time woe het like soanm timid dove; What time she blest me with a lavish faith t And rich rewards of love. How all the months were woven Into wrenaths, And all the momenta rendered up their flowersu; Pow torrent music woke within our heartsr c And widened with the hours. I dream those dreams that faded tron my life, And their lost loveliness comes taunting me; I see the mellow twilight throng with shapes Of utter fantasy. Her holy eyes look out from all the stars And seek me through the umbrage of the limbs; I hear her voice stream down the solemn wood As with a noise ...

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. — 10 March 1868

a. ,iw ®r1ul * %ceutm IFFICIAL U RNAM O THE STATE OF LOINSIANA. ". I3XOe. a tseew il. Pswe eCS OPMisO, o C AMP .er a __ uearQ l bsetpdsues Is Neaa . $M: moW $0. S srartolr, 4. slseim.ss, as sheas Swareln M ses p r r anam.,as is w . ?IC,-IAY MORNING. MARCH 10, 1'-" AM USMI.SANTS THIS EVENIEM. KEW oPERA WOrP--Prench Oers Treps--"The OGrnd DDu he.a ot her,,lItr-u VA'e tils THA'ltR.-FPnrerment of Edwin Adams T. , w , o n. dr.·a "liur. " 51. iHAMLkC TitilArlEt-Eer,4ement of Alters Kis b ) - i"Ile t}IAiiiu litr, aid "'t om',rt.ble ..r vi., JCall" Mt O VI' Ir'-l'-te r fr Mr. A. TT Darenp,',- "Yr, WB 'w"-.-C , d.nc.n .d tablesux from "Ar re -lif fo liuo s-ftd ,t,,.r v -rch. Qga It.T ('IFV CL'L.El'M-i... 6o1 aUd U2 tL Chares strsat-H inderfut li.ing rand nrturOl url'atur'a Those ioiular arid energe!ic steamboat men, C spt. llarks and Mr. Tlreard, who r in the id,.! e, as her rneater and clerk, thoroughly as they n-' dersta.d ti' 'i hn.icees, yet know a thing or two worth knowinr outside...

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. — 10 March 1868

%itatetrs Staui# Fort &.- g. - Mt ADVBRTU D D y DAILY CPPBC lT. Torsonsa Uemeb 10, 2" Y.. ............... AT DA.AO n. - 7 & rI Mea t ............ MAIL DOAi-.............. PR ". Watering *m . L.AUARWi.r .......... A 9 ile ýi k.,be g........ .I. aF. H Las 1 .......... S YU ra VO*KE;AL N1OTClEa oSd! ----r Pi.reute oa o o w mter or Cmmercl. hold ls waolk. t l r lemtIVer. ad esr rrrt y simolt  hetýh e bao t lRe mdMead _l.t to e bhed ,t Mamieh Istl Bt 3chSrle esa. T1L 3VRNSl1. b lat 7 o'ca to br, Mr. J-1 %= mete . ofL BY Ldo. Oe Rimrhl.'e m. C'. Ke we all. aed Ds fetr mot se perten ug. n te rubjet of Dtdaai of Teeat Laud. l tise soCth e, d eroer FP4tree iterm l ted ir Sm .ttero o' vtvimort rti aetotll tO et. J. It CiPA . ais day.-., J. H. Ot LKABYI ºl - 'ily Wewatsol Bnomot f New Daetd aee e t Or'em", Ls TIh E 1961- -At et" Anusal mpati, 'r tie Stn.kheldems of tb s Beat btal4 the thp b w thlnbe t t. Ilhg psit1.a wn da t drt d Directrs to inro lhe the onuilg year: LO"c+ ...

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. — 10 March 1868

ke m rL w *rsn1e. WFICIM 10WUUA I TIE STATE U IOIANA.M TUESDAY 05o2a6e, MAmCE 10, tSI. A ser e see mets cew-sess$. A WIfLto on so 0r O0s5o. A corrspeoadest of the Clnelm asd ommerelal tells the folowl etrls story aout as immee crow-roost sear zlagtos, Ky. He says: "One of the most remarkble sights in Ke taeky is the erow-roost seven alle from Lexing-* ton, n the Danville pike. The roest isso old that the mind of the oldest inhabitant of the blue grass region rsnmath not to the contrary. Many years ago the roost was nearer Lexington, but as the trees were eat away the crews moved southward, always seeking the next pier e of timber. At the present there are no large forests in the coentr near the city, and many pieces of timber have been called into requisition to lodge their baok higbnesses. Hu Bndreds seep in the open fields for want of a limb, sad the wrangle over a desirable bed in a tree-top is absolutely fearful. By the amount of cawing and jawing done every evening, we shoald t...

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. — 10 March 1868

ghe ftw *rltns 4retent TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, I668. WiW @rleaius `m u arqltet. Oma~sem-foea. Nam Ot a UsIn The revoluntemry moverants prugressing at Washibgtos still tend so naeattle finslast anffair generally, and the distruet with sgard to the fo ztire, whib eoommeaced with the radical men dacity of impeaching the presideat, sarges and expanda from the center to the ircmfoerence of the country. But in the laagage of Goldsmuth: Pr:ners and kinpt may fgnrsh or may 's..e A brea b may MI na S ne a a etai maed; iit a bo d peaatry. their Ceuaty's priee. b en ones dpsu.e .a sever he sappeLd. In our case we do not apprehend the Last dread alternative, although the Infuriated redicals may yet drive the sober-minded citizens of this repub. lc to desperation. The money market to-day has disclosed no marked alteration of any kind. O5erings of capital were ample throughout, but the demand fir secommrdation has been of a restrictel character from the opening to the close of busi Dras, but ...

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. — 10 March 1868

$sht rw rtitn* 4tsncent. OFFICIAL 1IONAL OF TIE STATI OF tLOi-ItA. TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 10, .A68. £ALsTIO3 ALa TRIM DAY. MO505TOO RT 5ROL a 00. sall, as 11 o'eloet. at thir Aetin. Mars, 57 Camp sterat, fmritures. ete ; el. * II o'clrk A- a. at P. IUsr's table, on Oravie street, bores. male, et. THE 8nIRKIFF sells, at 1 or'eloek a., at the nerchants' sad Aaetosersm' Ezeaasa, real estate. Sfee adv·rseUmensa on eacoad gase. Mariu _ntem*tar. Ship Pleiades,,'fB T.w '* "' Liverpool, Ship Belle Morse, Wyman, for L9yovell7 & Balley LoveL ., Brem brig Caroline, Behrens, for Heasingrors. V'' W R Buddendorf Echr Planet, Gnlterez, for Branse Rantago Ooldenbow & Kelley Rchr St Maria, Read, for Bt Marks, Master Schr Charlotte, Pepper, for Pensools, Master Bark )htria, Fewell, from Liverpool. Jan 10th, to Albridee & Pecan-3d district 24 Swed bark Eliza, Wennerholm, from Havana, to master- Algiers Br brig Mranda, Caffrey, ffom Clenfuegos, to C Kohn- Point clr ('atswanlteak, Packar...

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. — 11 March 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCEN V, ,g emMXVII. WEDNE-DAY MORNING, MARCH 11, I068. I ... UMB THE CES18ENT'8 DISPATCLES FROM WAWBHINOTON. Report of the Reeas>troetios Committee on Alabama. THE COMMITTEE FOR HER ADMISSION. I m Is za T Z w Vra. VIRGINIA DECIDED TO BE OUT OF THE UNION. The Scuth Carolina Islands Bill Passed. BILL TO CONTINUE THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU. The Bill Repealing the Tax on Manufactures. "'T IF \VIll HSKY TAX. Communication from Gen. Orznt Abeout New Orleans Removals. THE PREESIDENT ORDERS GRANT TO SEND HIM NOTHING THROUGH STANTON. ILICIT IISTII.I.ER!ESL IS .L. lft. WAfnhlTOmt. March 10.-F-,lue,-The recon struo tion committee reported the fill~'sire : " H Iltl;AN, it people of Alabama. In plrsn once of : eP proiviLins (,f an act of (iCo're.+is n. titled ' an st for the more etfi-ient gvrrr'rnent of the r-hrl hattes,' pa~se d Mar( h 2.1 1 ,,. ani acts *Ltp'enlcutary ihere'o, have form'ed a i' in stitutIon of State government, rhi~h is republican in form, and "W'IlliAe, A...

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. — 11 March 1868

IFFIIAL IMOWA OF TIE STATE FI ilAIM. ti .o.. WIXN. Itter and rI.epeeew. pm Ti in TH DAILY OCI510ta.'WI S hms ,ls , mViNT imO.SIM-lemu I ol sem msty e ses , a avesie. N u I ram P. as s 1 ea at. 8 mu ee& I atat1 I c a w::::bi'- an.II ,=.- , - a-. . S.. .... 30 Nr 11. .. i - ." padr.... pO i tt r sa "" fg . e .... s a . s oos.... 0 I5 I 7 ft .g.... t. e naa.... tap e8d t ab tie d m s e oa Sswllme d me. 1aste sevsI1Wn sb " tss i es"s s t ...ae bbs s s btes **es so *id a ogae SIUehNEd e0 a N N aS. a Ita I, 1p" 8 . amoa O eleo ..ssw rst t ...w. Y.aIt . S C 3it. It as .an. llof "wb'I B an t th so "- i o, ha- tMole " rtesibnc . r .. ow " eI  e" I " o te" I r "a Oa...m. I toV "'n wrh usb e umm " IIs seelrte . ompan have al pr o ht...... idorg m a"ss . Io"r." r ssa" IYro " t a...lr o"'I " o .es Io .. IS WEDNEosDAY MORNINo. MAC It. i· 8. useIal n Crtlsodeeo of s thne C r o eit t b Nrw Yhoh, March 3.1irie. The asytng, that" it Is a long lane which has no sturn," droves queis true in 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. — 11 March 1868

Pca @w *rmans raicnt.. WEDNE DAY MORNING. MARCH 11, 8l6e. Tbho a.ama casm s k SafM~am~. We find the following under a Loados date of the 7th: In the uoos of Commeos, last eveing, after the transaction of other bsiness, Mr. Shaw Lefever the member for Beading. alled up the question of the Alabama claims, and made a long and eloquent speech, argunlg the settlement of the vexed question on the plan proposed by the American government. In caling for the pa pers on the subject and ton moving a consideration of the question, he disclaimed any feeling or pre judice. All future negotiations would but add to the complications already existing. He reviewed the progress of the ltvfl war In the United States to its happy termination. He said the Artng on Fort Sumter evoked the famous proclamation of President Lincoln. In less than a month from hi suing that proclamation, Great Britain had recog. nlied the Southern nsnrents as u belligerents. They had no fleet, but purchased their ships ln our p...

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. — 11 March 1868

Se I, eOi, si 4ent. *FIIAL MiRNAL OF THE STATE OF LgSIANA. *. w. uls u. Mases mi Wee weaer. ormrlo No. d4 oAIr gram _._ M.WV TeesgrtpUs, f o advane., $; hafpinV, eSt usteP gsO ing'*o*pess, Is 1m m. YTas W i*T Oesm ss rt pusl5ns Ma gate 3.t srnaripUso Sp-ear naum. invariably IB advanA WEI, NEI)A MORNING, MARCH It, tM68. AIML.aMINT) . THIlS VIAEItE . lEW OPERA eOTsF--Prenb Oprn Trmap b* (Grand /urlhe.s of iner,l-:- , VYA'F TIEN TttFATet--wn'n -rment of Edwai Adam- Tt, ,uaw c, r", idrama -(Nur, " ST. IhAtLLCt Titi 'TER-Eigasemrnt of Alice Kiaf bry- Lattle Bar f,,,t" and t" omlortable service " A4.-AUDoY O4 MMi'--Dramatic and Variety Entertaa ,el t- Farc n. i,ur:-.ques, songs, ballets, etc. 'RE+, E.T 'ITi tV S1'!.--,s40 5o and 41 Ift. Charles tret--,oderfl Illerg a,d L·tUural curtUeiLes Our old friend McCrinie, editor of that able and fearless paper, the Ouachita Telegraph, ila i town. In these degenerate days it is pleasant to meet as honest and as big hearted a man and editor sn McC...

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