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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 March 1868

'sh Jrm @rle 4TBeC-t. TUESDAY MORNING, MABCH 17, 111U. I.tTTsi FrOM mAW Ness. 1pdal Correspeds.ee of the Czmte.a Now Yoas. March 10, 1968. The streets of New Wrk afe now beiag looked after by a committee, appointed by the State Senate. The interference by the State with local legblaltiou, is undoabtedly very objectionable to the people of a oily lipe this, bet la some ia stances it does seem asesassry. Notlubeshe very severe stcrm of 1l~5 have the streets been in nsuch a hocrrible condition as they are at present. In some of them there i, just a valley gouged out with banks of snow, dirt and ice n eacoh side, so that for one vehicle to pass another becomes al. most an impossibility. It is with a view to Inquire into the reason of this, when the oity bra a coem tract under which a good orn of money is an. anslly paid to provide cleaolisess in the streets for the better health of the Inhabitants, that the committee is now in session. i Prom the testimony of Mayor BH >itan and other...

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. — 17 March 1868

OFFICIAL IOtURNA OF THE STATE OF LOISIAtA. e. m. EIeZ", -asme nmd are 1eesr. *VrIOI $O N OAP WI' . o"rr s * in As TwM wga. , t era rF. , hm$5. s.n In aestbust Ne .- s.r W mm f s as. to patiis lk deua n le r Sr' s-tm AS r e sm.t InwEiStl In sIm. t'UESDPAY MORNINO. MARCH 17, 18. AMt IUEMa Ts TaMs BVWiBEO. Tr. CHARLEk THElAT-ER-oroeest of Alee Kings b. rry- -' .bld of tbe alsvna'--Dumb l 4ele " VAWIETv'T THF.ATl- -'1i.h Eltgreat"--"To Oblige Bensonu -"PorditaS or The Royal Mlkm.ed " M1(W uPERA HoUs-rFeacbh Oins Tesp-"La Daa elamb e "-"La Fesme de Primro a " ACADEMY OF MUtJ-Dramaste and YVarete UEstetaa mert- Red ('rook"-SoSo, ballot.. baresques, 0te. OBIE4,'EtT CITY ULtRTM-W-os. 0 and U ML Charles .tret--Wotderfui living and natural eorsiomtis. GaO . HANCOCK AN. THa PREIDnurr.-We leArn that just previously to his departure from the city yesterday evening Gen. Hancock received a reply to a dispatch he had seat to Gen. Grant, asking whether his removal from this district was to be te...

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. — 17 March 1868

Stamttrs Jtantg trt &-9aq. Ad ADVEPTISED IN THE DAILY CIJrI NT. T2 eml". areb 1T 18s , ess................ MATAIO DA.IlAls- A Waterlin Pleam.... wLUA,ker--l.......... A Red River..........CAROL . Basm ............ Pi ViLkmv ...........0oT. I. LII, cOma ..........5 PM lacom amd Tees ...CLEONA. Patsuoram............. PM Lateorli..............OUIRIANA. PM ........... 11 W Loauirlol............NICK LONOWOIr IrwtaL...... 5 PM IPECIAL NOTICObI - Natee.-Tbe embews t the 3Mon erlltCe lLe Cl OtmL Oomittleo, s m r.o1 dr r fily resnoted to mot at NIeIrkrl' Club o Tnq* DIY ºVI Tf1910, MareliT, s 7 o4k. for ti reeoews of ogloato.h JuO... IL BAIIDtDO Prem des te.ientli. -- mewl, Witlee-The leame ý Pre V ARtiKUD will ave ur C madem dinrt m W1IEDNSDAT VEtN O,as e'deak, po tied.. Will Ube orotb mad Luaiemg.s far Azrkadlpbha, Onmai gad al j44gm4l.jt imimp ( Oase. glving tehromlb bi .r11111 at Camden La TIRIK DATr J W. TObT' Matm. ater N--e hY To Ige a - 'b AT.l omrlwdg L eamdepW 19th troet. at...

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. — 17 March 1868

P. br es ttant. OFFRCIA 101#NAL OF TUE STATE IF LIMSIAW. TUESDAY NORING, MABCH 17, 1168. LETTLr FROIM ST. LOIUi. BSeealOt:evOsspedtne f l. Pew Oaiens O0mmst.j bv. Louis. March 11, 188S. It has rained almot laoesantly since Sfunday night, and the late cry for water hbeard no more. Our streets are in a very mousy condi tion, and pedestrianism is saything bat agree able. 8;ill we utter no complalats as we know the whole coantry wll be beselted by the min iature deluge with which we are visited. The rain seems to be generall over the Northwest, and as yet shows no aga of abting. It oper stes unfavorably on busincss for the present, but, in view of the ultimate good, we ea afsord to wait patiently for brighter skies. Considerable excitement In pugilistle circles was created in this city by the denouemeat ef a elarring exhibition at Henry's Hall for the ben efit of the poor on Saturday night last. Allen and Ryall, two famous Englih brekers, exhib Ited their powers in " mealy art," sad Mo...

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. — 17 March 1868

OFFICIAL JIIIMAL OF llE STATE OF LOISIl. TUrEDAY MORmINO. MARCH 17. 1868. LTTEZ ro li T. LI3OI. WhedelOnsums esmes of t* New Oettm.. Osslm.] SB. Lotis. March 11, I1S. It has rained almost inaessantly since iunday night, and the late cry for water Is heard no more. Our streets are in a very musky coodi tion, and pedestrianism is anything but agree able. Still we utter no compllants as we know the whole country will be beamlted by the ml. icture deluge with whicb we are visited. The rain seem' to be general all ever thl Northwest, and as yet shows no aig of slating. It oper ates unfavorably on business for the present, but, in view of the ultimate good, we ens aford to wait patiently for brighter skies. Considerable exelttnmealt i pugilistle circles was created in this city by the desanoeeat of a sparring exhibition at Henry's Hall for the ben efit of the poor on Saturday night last. Allen and Ryall, two famous English brisers, exhib ited their powers in " amely art," ead Meooole, " ...

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. — 17 March 1868

Pt es r-e anm n~4rnsctult . TUMEDAY MORINO,. MARCH 17, te"S. amuemaw O.m. us. A M ohmi 5 Le Mar svB ag MarBh IS/, , 11L I The most noticeable feature of the movement t in financial ciles since our last hasbeen a heavy advance in rates of foreign exchange, which was a frfluenced exclusively bythe very rapid enhance ment of figures I the New York market. The i supply of Sterling and Franca on hand here is a atilt ample to meet all ordinary requirements. e while the demand contlunes reat)eted and for the mrot part is confined to a few favorite algnatures. 1 We append particulrs of the actual operations for the day as follows, via.: £2000 bill of lading t sterling at 151. £6000 do. at 151. £4200 commer cial at 1511. £4000, £9000 and $13,000 do. at 1511. £3500 and £4000 do. at 1511, £7000 banker's do. at 10ri for gold, £1800 do. at 109I for gold, £2500 and £3000 bank at 1524 for currency, £1200 do. at 1624 for do., 260,000f. and 280,000f. oommerelal france at 3.734f.. 60,000 A 1 do. at 3...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 March 1868

Pt eP *rltants ® t4m t. TUESDAY MORWIMO, MARCH I1, tb9g. war erltns rplanue sarhet. The most noticeable feature of the movement in fnancial cirles slne oar last has been a heavy advance in rates of foreign exchange, whioh was frfluenced exclusively by the very rapid enhance meat of figures In the New York market. The supply of Sterling and Pranco on hand here is still ample to meet all ordinary requiremente. while the demand continues retsieted and for the most part is confined to a few favorite elguatores. We append particurl of the actual operations for the day as fellof, vii.: £2000 bill of lading sterling at 151, £6000 do. at 1514, £4200 commer cial at 1511. £4000, £9000 and $13,000 do. at 1541. £3500 and £4000 do. at 1514, £7000 banker's do. at 1( j for gold, £1800 do. at 10I for gold, £2500 and £3(00 bank at 1524 for currency, £1200 do. at li24 for do., 250,000f. and 280,0001. commercial frances at 3.734f.. 60,000 Al do. at 3.l72 al 30,000f. bank do. at 3.701. The ruling figur...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 March 1868

abt P OI rl 4 d. Kww OFFtCIA 1UNMO F TE i75T Il UI M. Ho( _ __ LC bbii TUESDAY MORNIGO. MAR05 17. 186L. b 6 be AWCTIO I BALM TwIS AIT. 0. DE TEIIXr sdieaS Ut stdh . at the Merehaste' ad Aestlomees' E!ceale rel etate.. ORAIL T. aeuM .aw. aI 1' ekL A. a., corm Common a.d Bear streets, traltaen, a 00291UUI eIauI . 4 IlI o9'dala, Mu B. ' Auctlom Mart, 87 4'.emp n , farnlture.-45e ;ml. A iks II o'cl.rk A i P.at. Uler lsablo, on I3mvar Vit et 3 d4 y t-.e adverttioments no, ereud pae. bbi aa a , Mirch 17. ,1. I s Cleared Testerd"y. J F Stean.hip St Louis, Sears, for Boston.via IHavana, w Creevy. Nickerson A&eo r Stearer Louise. Hopkins, for Mobile, Master se ltearner Iluth, Swi'zer, for St Louis. Master ( br st.ip Elizabeth Yeo, Scott, for Liverpool, Lovell & Bailey Ship J R Keeter, Delano, for New York. Th G A Poedick &co Ha Sloop Red Jacket, Cattimette, for Apalachicola Master Le eI.vod . . 0 JPh, Seanmship United States. Norton, from New York Ho 7th mest, to Wood. Low A&...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 17 March 1868

gIot SON Oleau 4gittl OFFICIAl. IRNA OF TIE TIATA L llMI.IA. TUE8DIA MORNING. MABOB 17, 18A8. AWCTesION BAL TUEs DAT. O. PE FERIET seesas M1 e'aet .M ate Merehasts' sad Auetblseen. Eachasac rled stae. CMALL T. BASH as, as i e.'se A. a., ca~rr Commoa ad Bolivar streets, frsiture, ew. MlTOUnltUi atMIS. o W. 3st. al II o'sdl, mathr Aetison Mart, 87 Cenp strleet, fuerniture, 'qe alo, 3t 1 o'eclock A . ast P. User', Stable, on Oraver esree. her., male, etc. D- f-e . edvorte.ata.etL .n L.md Ppee. Wartiu_ arut nlem . Caascltrt OIri:c, ISo Nt CAl rSyO., 7 eday. arch U, 18,9. (leared Teterday. tc arnlship St Louis, Sears, for Boeton. via Havana, Creevy. Nickerson &oo teasrer Louise. Hopkins, for Mobile, Master Steenier tnuth, Swi'z-r. for St Louis, Master lir stip Elizabeth Yeo, Sott, for Liverpool, Lovell & Bailey Shlp J R Keefer, Delano, for New York. G A Fodlck &co Sloop Red Jacket, Cattimette, for Apalachi"olt Master Aerred T eee.dr.. Steamslip United States, Norton, from Ne...

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. — 18 March 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESENT. VOLUMI XVII. WEDNESDAY MORNING., MARCH 18, 1888. N 14 1 " ... .. _____ .. '. - 2IERVOULS ACND D1BEI.LTSAr ' Sffertngs Wave Been Fretracted HIDDEs CAUT, Who Canes Require Prompt Treatment -we RENDER EXISTENCE DESIRABLE. If ye are Msuferng or has samfeed from lavatasty Ila arges, what .ffect does it predce upo year general h.th? Do ye seld weak, dseblsatd, easty tired t Does a lttle ox itra xartion prodsse palplitsios of the heart? Does your liver, or urinary orgarm, or yoer kidas, feqeU oy get out of order? Is your rinoe som tim-s thist, milky, sor ocky, or Is it ropyon setling? Or does a thlek soemrte to the top Or is a sedi et at the bottom afte.or it has stold awhle ? Do you have sp.lIs of short breathi,.g or dyspepsia Are your bowals conspated? Do you have spells of I inting or rases of bld tothe head? Is your memory impaired? Is your mild eoctant'y dwelling upon this sumbeat? Do you eta dull,Uatless moping, tired of eoapany, of life? Do you wish to ...

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. — 18 March 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESEN VOLUME XVII. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 18, 88. NUMBER 1 _ow,------ im YrERVOUB sID Do mLrBB srUA nrh sBaferils Have ees Pretracted A IEDDEJN CA.AU3, T n Whose Case, Require Prompt Treatment T -'o TI BENDER EXISTENCE DESIRABLE. P If yes are Ruferng orw es sfeod from tevoeltary ds hargea, what osfet does it proedce upon year general heaAth Do yen test waek, dbli·tate-, e y tired t Des a little oex twa eoxertie prodneo palyitatb of the hoert? Does your liver, or uriary organs. r yeakr idys, hoqeustly get out S of order Is your urine som ttm- thlie, milky, or Rocky, or Is it ropy on settling? Or does a thlek seL a rls to the top ? Or is a edlrcent at the botto ater it has stead awhile ? Do you have- p lis of short bresthli.g r dyspepea? Are your i bowels constipated? Do yeo have sello of fainting or rashe 18 ofbledtoth bonead? Is year memory mpairmd" Is youar mend orostant y dwelling oups this sobetti Do you i4sl dulllstless moping, tired of cenpny, of life? Do yon...

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. — 18 March 1868

FFICIA DURtAL OF Ti ISTATR E W LwIWJIA " o e. WIXr o P s a"n Psre sGue . 1s pushbM SyIlYT IOM1-ese SUaeIw. ,eom.F Isbeapln m eto U·iWik 53 Wt ~i U: misert,, sIa a ise o ma ue Ease w Adlerbsem Wansuse. m suth ma anew" asatiL. msaiabs I: . 3r rL I a * -a permmew Li tif.. u * N I[ f' 1e11.... t.ss p w "-"lm I'M,.... 701 "u " N 1 5* . to* Fin..... 1 71 4 " "* 5* lerest d rtsemmeia iim smg, 14ly. beSN . Me 1a- beem b ieebe swramees ee. ese MPer seat. es.s p ie p Pr Ies se; 0r laer Im i em adver be ibm ra Bewome IA1 .d P yie O"slf llsembI. n r Ve l advertibmbt my s lsem e rpe'. neCltoeurwlll be publishelel (Inse and hed smoodnl.. Lu buietb sreslIu aide s ba be beeMid eathi- . Madpbr adeverytb, who saarsa s Wallg, Bu best efll, arUh iest Ieeseaobey e d timrirm fam raW be Sused ape; prlesth m es se San m e aam ll busttase U tes of msisdmiemm lab. +i. UMM 1 ad..r...tl s"m"b BO m"d fai m I pee mam"be of seWes will be psblibhd et" s7 - Isa e" aed Iseodi " y. 4 Mllwttb with rootme adyatbeis ...

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. — 18 March 1868

ohs MWa a 4resst. WEDNESBDAY EOUING, EAK = Is. Ii.. Writsm fr the N. O. Qusst.] A*A *ArXTZ r 988 CVXU EWRW. L'rrlrU No. LIT. Jacqe O'Dimntws Eq. : .M Leanr Joe arr-To- aet to mb i whrmh ye ask a senficency of creelatie medlm to emabte ( you to settle the honest and well-establisbed ela im' of your webherwoman, has bees received, sad I basten, jump, leap, to afford you the relief de aired- by giving you myvlewswpon the a talked of ant ject of the ctty cultneLy. My bower, you kaow that I ail broker. I broke myself is a frantic attempt to live or a del lar and seventyfive eents a day--a family of sev- a en ilnclded-when I might have snfibred comfort abiy on a dollar and a quarter, and nobody would Lave known it. I broke, or helped to break, save ral others by going it on credit; and have a sort of semi satistaction in knowing thatl was a moe cesslot on several ocasioNs, the partieulars of :1 hlich have not been as yet brought before the bankruptcy court. 'Ihe present condition of the c...

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. — 18 March 1868

;htn rps *qaus ýat.Lt. OFFICIAL IORtdAL OF TILE STATl OF LOISIANA. a. . IXre. lu eash w nesem. -,,, tFIO5. 10. N CIA" W5ZFI. r" lsats 5aheriptao, a5 atw ams., IJ L...i Y. Ma - eat.rut.Sa. oagle pd5l. ISa ma '"4- --1; to pt s em a. is4 bS')17 i l . Wr:I,NESAY aIt(RNINU, MARCH 1. 1$9R. AMSItMENTS TEIS WFEIBWSe IEF.W OPERA Ott'5E.--Preehe Opera Treepe-Rtes'nI gra, d Sper, "'WIIam Te 1." vtARIITIE THE tE4 -n--Bnest of Mr. Tisk.-Wew local .t r-se "~jky-High"--"Irish bldier'-""Fol of the ar. i ,.HrI. TIISATER-Engsgememt of Alice Lags berry--raunehm." ACADEI O C iML ir('-T)-amatle and VarIetv Rttsta msier-"ld ci n,,ok -3iont ballet., Ltor.5qt.o. etc.e CK~4t' NT t I ry MI 5ll'I-'i-,. 4) sod 42 dt Charles stara-- ~ntdrfl tEint., and ratural cnrlcsltas. NEW Ibai.sPsir.-The rejoicings of the Republicans over the New Hampshire election show the great change which has taken pl:ace in the position and prospects of the party. 'iwo )years ago they held an undisputed su premacy in every Northern...

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. — 18 March 1868

.tcamncrs rt ing 0ort 5o- . S OVEET1EDn IS TI DAnrT CREBCTT. WtdweeM yp, 1a'rek ids, lts. nnelphi........JI' NTAT, estor................ PM ..... ....... ...NA. ...........6 PM t... .:............... AflW le. Welms ................... I M St44e .....e..........AL OAT .............. .1 P O-. de r......... AIIe lL PAItGOUD tLlar ..A5 trchnk, erH.......in... . L MIYMi ,oam .. .... Red R . a t..i..t....ttARL T, a Pi r s ...............J PI aed River .. ......... mTTTa IR PREN mJ...I P WtCket ...... ....... L. WAOtE Gr tC m Gro........ PI Lelolvle...........lC LOMW .I Irwin ...... 5 PM )tat.. sad Teans...ACIO OA. Pmtn .............. PM v IX:A1b TNOTJICEa - Demeetr*t tl O Strs Cmtmal lhater ve C(, mnte--   n - m, le d m·stel of thee ahe tomesalte I on. e h.ld nn Wk t.)itmi*T iVI6tMGB, areh dIlJth.a.i t, clck, ovw Hs kls's  &lon T. L M IX W Lt EseLrdie Resmtary. . -- Orieuta Realiread Vimpn y* O., eec - NP . I Lrerphe or ret -Is rounafrmd7at Art e 4 tr the Cl r'r of the (c.,ain...

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. — 18 March 1868

gta ttt elans greate -FCIAtL MIAL OF tIE TATE uF LUMIAMn. WEDEMDAT MORNING. MABOC 18. 18. T LUT2TrI RO It UA1lOI@N Spel Censems aes of tn New O.fs tumsia BAkamoua. Mares 12, 1889. For a few days subsequent to the lnsgursatdo of impeachment before what the World alth the L "High Old Court" at Wasehington, the publio a pulse here beat high sad feverish, and excited etowda filled the hotels, barrooms, sad thronged arouend the newspaper offices in this aily. U The few days of spring-like weather early In the week have been succeeded by cold evenings, and of a dull, damp (almost cold) morning. With the D fine weather business revived somewhat, the most , fashionable thoroughlares were thronged by gaily c decked ladies in bright and beatiful colore, and i the dry goods stores, particularly, seemed to be a well patronized. The most interesting and Important mevemsnt, w however, which most nearly concerns this city and r New Orleans, has been the meeting of Baltimore merchants, held a few d...

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. — 18 March 1868

ghe stw Orlents rtstdnt WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAICH 18, lr68. - @rltus Uleue.P mVkark. Oless Oiras. . i O(Mn U.iI , Taeses sle. a Marei 17. 11 The movement Io fnasolll circles to-day has disclosed no alteration of say kind that c8al for special notice. Gold opened at New Yolt this morning at 139f, against 1394, the eledeg rate yesterday. At 11 A. W. it was qeoled a 1395. At 12 . it ri ranled at the latter Igeme, asd at 3 . x. it had go dw to 139. Te deaaad and supply hi this market have beillght through out, and operations hraq b*ee restricted to the appended sales, viz: $1500 at 140, $3000 at 14)', $45,000 at 1404i140., 83000 and $60000 at 1404, !2000 at 140j, and $12,000, a Gold check, at I 1 cent. discount. Bales of Biver included $5000 Amnerican halves at a prien that has bees sup. Frpresed. and $500 do. at 136. We now quote Good at 1404@ 140, American Sliver coin 134@ j1;6. and Mexican dollars at 141@l43. I ut:rIcGx Excllixon.-Inactivity has been the prevailing feature of the Fo...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 18 March 1868

thr 5 a l*rý fm a strdll. FF4CtI *i1u10 .~ I rt S 1aIe F U tislIANA, WED'E-I A Y MwMIrNIis. MABCH ItM 166.L AUCTION BALl THEIS SAT. CAIN. T. A5i sils. at 11 'k . ..U tt ue' Ft , ·arr.. a d Perd.d, tre furnitut'r., etc.t "l.o, at i u . nn Pnerrerr street, n..r Magazine, ctos lies and tottaecu, da.aesd C. E. (iiRARDEY A .O. sell. at 11 o'clek A. i., t 186 Poydras snee, di pgoods ad el4 . OiiMu)ialRY 5ltUo. a Ci4. .ll ma II A. L. al P. Ihmr's paletsr. Gratser stredl. ass, sams, al. C·asscrit Orriex. 310 7o CAwr gTl, i Wednesday. March 18, t5.3. Cleared Ystelrday. Steatrship Victor, Gates, fotr New York, G A Foadick dor, Steamship Agnes, Wilson. for Indlneol . Cha" A Whitney Aco Steamship Harlan, Lewis, for Galveston. Chas A Whitney eAc steamer Sarah, Deering, for Mobile. Master Slcatel r Louisiana, Phillips, for Loulsville, Master Br ship Gertrude, Doane, for Liverpool, J H Ashbridge & Decal: Br brig Miranda, Caflrey, for Mutssaa, Goidenbow & Kelley Elchr Linida, Sbisa, for...

Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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