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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 19 March 1868

THE NE W ORLEANS CRE VOLUME IVII. THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 19. 1868. NUlMBER 186. Addres N.ERVOUS AND .DEBILIATED Saderlgs raie Bee. Prtracted IuDDIýN OA tDe Whew Caie Require Prompt Treatment -o SENDER E~IIST3INC DESIRABLE. If yen see enfrtag or been eLated tfom InvoIuaautarl tharge. what efet doueltreadne upos yeur general hea.th? Do you feel weak. doebitated, asly tired T Does a little ex ira exertien peode palpMIol oa the heart ? Does your livw, or aruary orgor . of your  idaeys, fetunotly get out of order? Is your urine soumtmre thte, milky, er eeky, or Ai It ropy n mettlog? Or does thick L m rise to the top Or is a ediment at the bottom after It has steed awhile Do you have spll of short brathg or dypepsta Are your bowels conslipated? Do you hbs spells of faInting or rushes ofblred to the head? Is your memory Impaired? Is your mtadesestat'y dwelling upo this seboct Do you fhee dull,etlems mopng, tired of ee my, life? Do you wish to be left alone, to get away from eroeyody...

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. — 19 March 1868

1hr , w *r4ans tpwatt. IFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF laIWNA. A. O.miem V0ER1 Mqsltl.o--l.a'e..e m . real sa.esipiei, Is aise.., sms ent /.". US: - L kea'wl. E le sa lur s e emNsw ia DIaI.LY Ob.Saab S. set f aed as ss ass Yb.uIs u, 0S 11 Ien.... I a 1.. les ,......f " N isa" 10 Agm -- ,, .. 'e 1e0 "m I... N 1 -0" - I 1 ". a ""5 i-:a..... 1 I" i 1 t " a " " ta.l... lit "" O>0 "" I : ases . So " "tens " I51 5 " : Of p. w nt .... 6 -" I!6 " I1 " i0" g p .- .. 0.. , " '" : " :62 tr-a ..s.. ADv" I ra at the pe . a rr 33 40or" l. a t.-· - aet qru. - s t mere saee-e1 . ru se. ema Ph and earl paee tramaim ertaimeas a, s et Am Sa ,1 e pee ar fetu, $N Fte squr. ewtusmes iamsrted t taserals. So bes a arge s gab laewrtee. Segalur adrtvwers. who dvw iru largely, shallN a llwe a dismoesst fram absve aemed trlasient rates e any be Oaeed apon; provided. that to a  a.eai sll sesh dUeaam e. seed I per ewsa. ail basinese s s fs O advew aeaIrts es he absed 0sa.m am1er llna,ach ineerioe. as ...

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. — 19 March 1868

THURSTIAY OUtrING, MAICH 19, IN, lITIasl UOPNDr3A -I'T SIL, CLI. MATr. riLOD CZe1wN HIS., .EiGrIornr CAMe. PUrWaW, Mown Revra RAS º batilei Hosrnats, Feb. 21,1868. I -r. J. P. Warrisos Usiama wes. New Oeanm: i3y Dear ir--Yesterday I wroS ye a note principally on buianess matters aid relative to cur survey J. It occurs to me that a few words from me. if made public, might prove of laterest to our friendv in the Southero tMates. Tha far, from the pc, uliar force of ctreumstances, (as you are aware) I have remained silent, having fornmd the deternaLauon not to write one word until may opinion lh. uld, from experience, be fully sus tained by facts. At the outset it is simple justice to state that niany of the inmigrants who have come hither from the United States are those who have been totally impoverished by the late war and whose last dollar was expended as passage money. T'hese unfortunate conditions were in many ia stances aggravated by their being accompanied ly helpless fanaili...

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. — 19 March 1868

fImFi i JOIURNAL OF TlE =TATE OF LUmSINA. w. e. Wuixs. massr oan.. rsep s, OritO Lo 30 oAMP r 1r1T !. r T-earfw gaiestei.., m adve~~s.l b.-lM~Is, ; ,rsear, . insa 0eepes, 10 e ist. or TYw Wsaty Onasaon i samblsew 1tl al .. rcpatnln se pt amsan. eer"t'bly to mve THI'HIIAY MORNIN;. MARCH 19. 1808. AMLStLsMAITI THlC iVEi Iie. VrW (,PP A tHOrsE-reneh Ope YTroupe--'L Rllle VRliiT TV TFIP.4T.lR--BenI~t f Mr. Tilk*--fw lo·al Lir c.r e e ai)-liigiL"--" o Oulg. Benea '-"Dumb iT. t tiAll'.t TiiH TER-Eraiger.ent of Aica KIags. Mrry-' Ch'lld ., the evene· ACADI)MV OF (Pl tl '--D.lrtlte and YlaritvflEnteWal pIntll--!. n e Ibllot. t."ir.e- llon. rymnao t ,st . etc. Cai-.'t . T I ;IY ill aEl t--a.. tiu .,l 4k r.. Charle Sustre-- " , irf it 11V1, 4 lln r a e'tL n TrI.tle. Ma Mf tI.ALLY' I>.CTIIs.-At the request of the Democratic State Central Commitree, Mr. iull.!) will repeat ha lecture next Friday eve n:l.g at the Nalional Theater. The ability of the lec:urtr, aid iLe iiipurtance of the su...

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. — 19 March 1868

,teamers Jsa"im .rt o 9aa- . Ag ADY~IuTD IN 10 DAILY (UfOrn Tbhemtre, we *. a., low, ]eTivere. .....O TAW rm i......... ....MTIS I leso..e ...... OT .....GOT eOuc lsR ier...... IW.... _ _. To ihr..... ......g. iECIAL vTfIC  s. --ollOe., .kkB·we ewew, II3 .- . Zif|trrte New O --e m sCeamulceat bmlmo l . eer. 11ybeaddressedio W. N. BTRALI dher Dl.ow. iwMiw. --. MWedeal peea3st dg *ie of l elcy ,,r Loulsiaa-Tice t -0t MemIue of tIbs rloeti Vt1 will b.e holyihle ea hat.Ls HL.DA, tl'a meat.. at II u'le , at . wheb tr lb. d m. .i ' h eutred b y the aneede" Dst. LL D.. Presi dent'I teetnlwers. sad diamsn dtaIye eb PbCrole.., . abns.d it - . Dh .. ath pmIa ol .,sy. sad we Ii. atkntl,. D., of threatgel T. T re Lc geOrallysr IYi itoi 6o0d T. I. IC,,AROM-, -. S... DosJ of ti Psslty. - e-,fbrt.e. Wet. IWe. Wete rerk h. h Il w. Ii, 1 -Th. uoudeoel.i Caeen ipdsui4 eoder the act gamstil tme SiIelIs at tse 0pt77. will ioo.e lo hope Sfri. the new irm emleconteste of mhe oa MONDAY NTT, m . ...

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. — 19 March 1868

5h. JIM "MPs 4rlf trt. OFFICIAL 101RAL OF TIE STAT IF iEUALNI. THURSDAY TORBNIO,. AIRCH 19, In. O.ereas ]aeen. In Iyoes. Iows, a few days ago, Mre. elaon was relieved, by vomitls, of a dead erab some three inches in length, which had made its home in her stomach for two years sad a hlf. Thek "it. ter" is supposed to have becked down her throat in its infancy, or was possibly swallowed in the egg state. Mrs. Nelson, who had been gives ap to die by the doctors. is now recovering. lhe new St. James Hotel, in Beeson,is six storie high. extending one hundred and ninety feet on Newton street and two hundred and ifteen on James street The Newton street front is adorned with towers eighty-eight feet high at either end, sad one in the center one hundred sad tee feet high, the roof being a Mansard. The hotel is leased by James P. M. Stetson, late of the Ast r Booms, New York. A woman in White county, Arkansaes, gave birth to two female children last week, who each had twenty figers and twent...

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. — 19 March 1868

ght )tsw *rltaus 4resctrt. THURSDAY NO3REIO. 3MAI 1, tee. Nw erlan 5ag 5afeL. The feature e the moesme a I$tltel obes to-day bas been a further dectine n rates of Gold and Foreign Kachange and a heavy lspevement at d reaction isgiiqettio5s of city nreany. (;old opened at Ne ot this nmen a 1;F, against 1394h e sesli rate a et r. day. At 11 A.. . hire A W Mete4atU8$, snd at 3 r. i. it ruled at . Proies i thi mar. Let have considerably iuotested all day, and with a restricted yoply ad demd, earasl have been conned to 1tie appIende aImoate, Wi:. to, 00O Gold In the morantg at 6$. 5M00 do ,sb e, quently at 140, $7600 d e.t ,~S, $1800 at 1493, $lu. (~0 and $20,000 at 1391, 1900i0 an 875,000, the lattr hy one prty. at 194I 1. $42,.000 at 13j, a s15 000 od o cheeL k at eat. diseem, sad sncue tr aing lot sof Bv witue the mage of our otations, which asw rulate as fellows, via: Gold 1394 39, AmerIcas Silver ealt at 13I4 134, aid Mexican dollars at 141@142. Fwuaste EXCHANGE- Operations in 8te...

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. — 19 March 1868

gJht _ir_ $titir, (4vpC OFFrlCiAt ,*iRuAt OF THE 1TATk IF LOAIUaNAM, TIHU118i,A v MOIINUj, MABCH 19, Adni AUCTIO SAIII& TEIS ALT. O. DE TERTWT .ls5. aet oelck . a., 14d L taeplaad street, furniture, Ot. OAN T. MASH aills. at 1Oeds'e a. , at. s Twpi. chore strert, pis. fVirter.s, st. MlOntatualtit *4U a 00. asi. as II o'alek, atthi, Auetio Mart, 87 oems, treet, ftraituer ete ; also, at II o'eocik . AH. as P. IUsr's tab ol Gam tvasr street, ers. mules, ets. TIR t ONITABLE ctll.. st 12 o'clock ., sorer Poacher and Juli streets, furaitare, et . and glee. Ia toe IduvertIsnmue oo pn ease. CnsscsiT Orrrr, No. 94 (c'w samUs, Tlter , March 15, I15. Oleared Teterday. Steamship Juniata, Boxie, for Philadelphia, via lavana, Creevy, Nickerson &co Steamer Mississippi, Thompson, for dt Louis. Master BSchr Cora, Faurt, for Apalachicola, E B Poole Schr Grapeshot, Bonnean, for Tampico, Goldenbow & Kelley Br schr Anna Grieves, Bark. foragsla I Grand*, Geldeabow & Kelley Bchr Florid...

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. — 20 March 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT, VOLUME IVIL FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 20, 1868. . - ER 18. i8 -em !!ERVOUr A.N'D SDEU.B TAJE'D Suaferlags iare Been Pretracted I IUDDE1 C.US&a, -a33 Who Cause Require Prempt Treatment INIDER EIIBSTENO DESIBABLE. If yea use eaetog er base eabed from levetabay ie-' dharges, what offec doesitproedas upe year geara l heh? Do yea Leel weak. dohb Jitated easy tired ? Dose a iale oz t exeartita predae palpittioa of the heart Does your verr, or arvlry rgaam, yor ldaeye., bleqatly gas out of order? Is yeur aie oemetimee Ithlk, milky, er Isky, or Is it ropy on settling? Orednes a thick seams lte to the top Or is a sediet at the bottom after it hae ted awhile Do you have spells of short breathing n r dsypeapda Are year bowels eoosipated? Do you have spells of falatiag l rusoe ofblood to the head? " s yarmemory Impred Is your mind eonstau dwelling apon this rubjeot? Do you hel dull, litlese asp g, tired of campeny of liet Do ye wish to to left IloJe, to get away if...

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. — 20 March 1868

Vht m Ovi aan;, ecet WFICIAI. 1WIM ~U TIE STATE F DUiLANA. *, a . aes., ma. .od rr? me.W. o ig srU UBas e -aCAP inrsame i. .. 5lbe1 0o es mob isis. i lacy Asesslismd. to oeimes. oSt Mol r-mef. N" Bats of AweaMo les 2ess a I agth f0ss.s1 . 1m=ath moans. IU mest. o ......... U .t , a-. , atL iN s« , $ 3 e..... * l I " i s i0. Siys..... " " 1 " "" ,a.,...... : . .i , pa 1s ....... s1" : :: r m .. s! w « .d iwts' ' X 1 w . N" ro se . gse as owo h. sae Msees. rneetsad nIrea psas liability aA. see-t h ew h p a laMp , Pr ninrh e ý,.omi,.t st.s..... ckst atoo r thebe Plae . Sm ls. . w. mv , aewr. a: ted ea Itosre be be .ea" a as Agansess emtbm., ombsdvralertargely.shall he anlowed a dtses fronem aboo named rsem seeiat amso may M ,In sd  aoe; pNaued 0 01 as easabel neb doMes. e fod 1par am$. AI btesdm aimoet e rdwtisemanU teob eharmgm 39Ma N Per t- 10.60eb tagbrlea. au nmestss ser asmmesls taut bo as for toadvasoa A sldvertisometo a5 man r ep efpem.5 ammNe * maggg wilt be p0ubl*Mhe...

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. — 20 March 1868

" pt Jh t rteanst "h, : ;r *riwýIs Ba rtscti. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 20. NlSg. THE (iHA U - E O PE I 3r-YI A4AO !Sr GOVINOxR BNAU.a The u xamination into the charge of perjary pre ferred against Governor Baker, by ReHr Deais, a freedman, was resumed before OUitedA 8te Commlssioner Shannon yesterday arsingy is the Senate Chamber at Mechanloe' Ihstltte. The following testimony wase taken, via: Abrmn 1troraur( col~,sd, Msorm-I lived, nl 1;, tive miles above Praallin. I knew Governor Baker for a loig time. He wee agent for my irrJstreas, Mrs. Porter. Remember tie stopping up of the river, tut was not there. Wasoaly 1L yeais a, age. Ilid not go down to the obetruc. twos. K of Henry Washingles end the reat of the colored ',o)s were down at the obstructions workir g. Know nothing except they took hands from the plantation. Am positive that Governor Baker was the agent of Mrs. Porter. The gover. ror carried on the whole businea of the pleats tion. Henry Dennis was the party who brought me h...

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. — 20 March 1868

IFFAICAL W Kt *F TiE STATIE F Ut1 ANA. a. 6. 1X1. e 1aswe mi wwsees ,W. Ofr[OI , 10. k OAMKP mgglm, a Tm aibaL ses, a esemes, a; b"m.Jia. mI startraI $4. Watge maWs, 5 mmel or two wassi otasesld r p hatY es sAger. eps WL ose M ih , nptloL. p measm. Is vaii*5i ( aeasS. FRIIDAY iMusiNIdNI, MARCH 23. 1,ls8. AMUSLIMATM TKIIA ZV IZI5. VARIPTIE" TFE4, VP-RBMneft ,f Fr. Thik*-New at hrse.qu "as Lkj-igb"h-".- Md. AsL "-' 4,'Q- a s,'sOlis." 6T. it .AiI.. THihr..TF-F: rgei;ent of Alice lags. b.rry--'Child .oftbe Svanas " ACAIsMT OF MU'lI--Drtamtle and Yueret Rgatertaia ... t- 'Ped "rMtk. ste , htM lrts, burs t1 . . et. CRI'.-.' INT 4'IT? MU"l t'M-MNo 4w ,.d 44 r-L clsa strest-H ,%ndsrf'i t1lh and ,.esr, cacon sai . On the second page ai;l be luu.d toe dobate in the Ii use of C(ommnoros .u the Alabnmt c'ai'n', Loniriana Intelligence, etc. On third page, a a) z as of the tertimuny taken yesterday in the exan ireation of the charges of perjury against Governor Baker, and late news from ...

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. — 20 March 1868

|. IIi HHIH i IHi l ! n • •U-- Steamr ]aemf snt o-saq. &d ADVERTED I TH1 DAYI C3CCI T. X S .MI .. .... f g......... P ~*. Pe...... .... r .Mai tall..J PM Bi l .......... A ........... s .myoa i4aL......... . . IE ,IlAIAL N(YOTrCYs. -- s.e. Kf Dloetw'e Uww 1it P5y dAre otroot New (tause-4omala lare Ibosma let te may uldd ed W. N. IDUKWrLL - Nikr Pob .. siaow. -- -- if lrete Wratc Woreak a C.pslrp strb it IR&8 --Te mdam;mod. ('onm 5110m o0%0 ol-il udrter the W flttu.g to ct O Oe oh tbls toinp.aiy, w.i to l Ien :olor hboerlptms toh t.he.i stock of tLb. smos n MONDAY SKIT. te 1d Iasest, aS No. e tda i treot, bItoerse 10A. M. said S. o eL r day. J. H. FHPLPN. r.. W. SQULKEd. --New ('a1r iS, 8gsael 16. 1B4.--&t s me-ta tr ul th St olea-Ldrs a.f tha " Yomsanm.l Prep. Ile (', mpIopa " bold ibOis ., the fodowlin Bkord of lT :dcu, w. r. aiJm way oeroedd. via: John H. N bhnsi.. L. Tsostio, (4oe. reward Iog, N. 0. F'- Lrr Spain so F'i. t boe. W. lart... -."a K .'wit. Tb.~. ...

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. — 20 March 1868

Sh* aSlt ervis iresa s EFRCIAL MiEuAL OF TIE STATE OF tIIMAA. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH i, t1w~ [tt. Patrick's Day was handsmely oelebrated in Mobile by a procesilon of the Benevolest Amo. ciation, a speech by Colonel Foryth., sad the reading of the followlng beautifal poem, writte by Father Ryan, author of ' The Coaqured Banner:"] Unroll Erin's flai! fling its folds to the breese I Let it Boat o'er the land let it flash o'er the seas; l.ift t out of the dust-let it wave as of yore, When Its chiefs, with their clans, stood around it and swore That ne ver! no! never, that banner would yield As long as the heart of a Celt was its shield; While the hand of a Celt had a weapon to wield, And his last drop of blood was unshed on the field. Lift it up! wave it blgh !-'tis as bright as of old! Not a stain on its Green. not a blot on its Gold, bhough the woes and the wrongsof three hundred long years Bayr drenched Erin's Sunburst with blood and with tears: Though the clouds of oppression enshro...

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. — 20 March 1868

th t Oerleans fresat n FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH , d '"It"....°r...hw". ir I Inactiity has been the most proelset fhathre p of the movement I baneita ctroles tody. Gold I opened at New York this mornig at 138kgalost c 131. the closiagl flro ye.aerdy, sad at 11 a. K. It was quoted at 1.i*. The demand and supply in 1i this market have disclosed but little if any varis tio throgbhout, sand the total operations have hern confined to the eppended amotats, viz: $1000, $20 000 sad $40,000 at 139j; $10,000 at 1.'. : 540,000 in lots at 1391 ®l'; $5000 and a $:,,000 at 1 ,9)1 $10,000 at 13Sf. and 8000 at 140. 5 bales of Silver have bees restricted to driblets, r ar.d we now qonte Gold 134t: 391, AmeriLan SFiler ealn at 1S6@136 , and Mexican dollar at a 142@E143. a F.'aaon ExcuaiseI-Bterling and France con- a th.ee hcaiy. tOferinls of commercial are ample i and the remittance demand Indicates no improve- t meat whatever. At the samer time buyers of ost- 1. door bills exclerhe a very rigid eorat...

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. — 20 March 1868

OFFICIAL OUANAL iu TMHE IAFE OF LOlsMAOhA, FIllDAY MORNING. MARCH 20, ISIS. CHAq, T WrAIt selhl. at 11 o'de*e A. a., at t1e earmer $t.I bsrlt l.,d Pid.rld. a. fLsrlt., aec.; e.., at 10A a ~..~ the aIe" ". of Oesmbem s ase, eam ge.d cargo .t steame Iron City. NOnITOoMERT BRo & A 0. mt Ma II A. , at !. Lie.,' stables. Orviae stese, hees, maes, ete. art bee Iadertaemeate oan mesed eooe. Jitaritu .ttUlitg nt. Csassca Orrtcs, No. 5 Camr He , Frtdeg, Watcb 73 0,.L.I Cleared Yeeterday. Steamor Alice V. Keyt, for Rt Louis. Master !ir ~ltp, Indian Merchant, MIlle, for Wremen, C('reevy, Nickerson &co Fp hark Frarcilro. Jnlia. for Barcelona, P GelpI Schr M1 J Adams, Low, for Boston, G W Hynson &c. Arrlved TesLerde. blip Alashe, bmall, 16 days from Boston, to Cree vy, Nickerson &co-4th district 47 Echs c;abslel Aime, Varoni, from S6 James Par ieh, to toaster-2d distriot 20 FTErAMOATS. Alice Dean, Maratta, from Cincinnati. S! Kgol:r, Herson, from Louisville. l.b:rv,!lle. siros, ...

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. — 21 March 1868

ITHE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUMB°E XVII. SATURDAY MORNlIr. MARCH 21, l868. NUMBER 187. .addrae oRnVOVB AND .nEBaIrrTTED A -'u- P: Saferlngs Have Bee - Pretracte MIDD3El CAUSEB, -aNs - E Whom Caues Require Prompt Treatment -r0- re RENDER EYIISTENCE DESIRABLE. If yes ae eufer n or have sinbred from tavolentay i e*p areLs, what effect dw osliprodace upo your general heath? o Do ayou l weak debdltdied, esl y tired? Does a little ex tra oertio produe s alitallou of the heart ? Does your rt liver. or artuary orges. or year kidneys, freqauetly get out oforder Is Jour u.e oem Liam tk!st, mil'y, or ?ocky, or blitropy on stlln l? Or does a thick arise to the top Or slea sitens a the bottom after i hIb stood awhile? Do Ii you have p.ll of shabort brotklIg or dyspepsia? Are your boels conuslpated? Do you have spiels of falnting or rueses ofblooeed tothe hed? Is your meoery impairedl? 1l our 0 mad eesatnt y detllilag spu this subjecta Do you feel t dull, listes moolng, tired of espany Of lfe?...

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. — 21 March 1868

SFICIAL IOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LIIANA. , o. WIOUo. s.e*. e. l Proeleseer. orrnio. !e *W OiP sTBas. ;11 M DAILY ORiEB4O.NT .lnsbed HTURT 30VI15'-.Mesdapn smvpeW "Inry .iltpb.le, ia .Lisan, tS:Wt s If yel- , II. It' s-rl,, st atn . Is ra Iate. we AdweIletage { . a u in*· a $.3 '1." i; .... : : . . 5.. d . j i . " " B." I . iN S'.. I . 1 -. dO1 -. I s " ..... " I "" si "-* I3 "' il S * 5* Ia :: " . 11 "." 1I$ "" fia . % i""t156 "" ale "" " " itay ves w tmeets. iaLorWe evenr "l ea. N* bI . r-ed two-thilds Sbd 6o0e rami. nt .d Post e m.si ly aderluelaset, st sqarei , 6J., ,r meai h. N Mesat advrtisement., tasig Is. rua 91 lhe P60ee, Arst a.e iOl i1 Wt perL equa; t s.. 5aUsquesia4erut Iens ., nlsr 5raernuMi* ap ae sltL eoriU . I mabU Is el.t a. ot ..n., $1 t peee aarI. i r'iisemoents laseud at latervals, to be are d as I e, Sal.r. ardvueres, who advertlee la al y SIbltL ilewed . -di apoa; pre{jed.a I na la a eas" shall snob doiseen 6. I 1 ".sinewn ..floes of advwrsemsabs tobe ...

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. — 21 March 1868

hs Ptn Oritans 4renutat, BATURDAY MORI NG, MAlC .21, Iig. Semesa asem.` Advices from St. Thomas show that the Yelow fever has spain broken out on board the United Btateas quadron. Ensign PFord died January 24. After the adj,urnment of the Republican ratifi cation meeting in Memphis oa the 16th while the storm was raging, some four handre negroes marched through Second street, dischargitg Bre arms, and jelling like demons, causing great con sternation. A biut twice the number marched out Union street, proceeding in the same manner. No attempt wes nride to arrest them. Many feared another raid had broken out. The Cleveland papers mention an alarming pre 'alence if r,-eir 'y thtre. The numbet of mwal ace belonging to Cleveland and Cuyaboga county. In the a' trim at Newburgh, the county jail, and known to be at home In the care of their friends, is reported at one hundred and eighty. Four or five wolves have been preying upon the sheep in the neighborhood of Waukeegan, Illinois, and Ken...

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. — 21 March 1868

9P"tat JOU;INAL OF TIE STATE OIF LUAIANA. * NI 10 so"r  "W P p Tew l". nrrum so N 0.AM1? Urm-W. 1..r y l.rr ip.-r is qr- ai.ess. 18; Sl f y, rJl S$-4 'ev-t o-, I cenuaL o. *r- Wrtsy i rarcsrw V pabuied s 7vEUYIala. Usu a$ Iier anna, ar. Innleay In *wse t Y'i , -.t' :, M.ARC it. IOA11 . . i %tolT, T H1 r E N l tie. S,- . nt r--i" -  - -. h O·r Traipe-R st.in' t, - , ,W n.,t it Te L.. ,a " 1, ir a-Ex-m+-.mant if Alice Ma.g L L t ,t , n ,I Ie.t ,,' ..4 at tu.l ty ,,a' W ..e.. W.' 11;.o , i t -is14h n ."I Kr .1 wh i erot. A - ,, t , t -iI -rit 1 - rY "e*te t.taon - .,. i,.. :e.. et..h S Ac a t *, e c. r,, y (t, " " ^' \ l - nr t atCi ' ActLv ·nvlf Is t -L Ti iL' e :it, it h ha i Cri.-y of lii11;1. i lit ci t : ti - R u oliaitdi' arid selete,., a.., in aL 'I-, it , is a p1,ar wlich nwo ts ir it: L the It i..tre it enjortire con eciud: (1ie. of New Oi . carefulls. 1'1. liir thel it atl:i iare so al,;t", ,t that nothil, furth er on the litrilt e o and selected, i ti i;' \i . tl (1...

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