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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 21 March 1868

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Publication Title: New Orleans Crescent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 21 March 1868

UFFICIAL I0URNAL OF THE STATE UF LMSIANA. BATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 21, U1$P. Peerasal Item'. Joreph Howard, the proelamation forger." a few days since called at one of the publishing boes,. ard remarked that he thought of doing a a "little something in the biographioal lino-blo. a graphy pays." "Ah! yea. Howard." remarked an imlpertinent hireling, "write about Lafayette L.at's your forte." t Mrs. John Morrisley's private coach and bar' ness make a magnificent establishment. The har. rses are go!d and s:lver mounted, and cost $1000; the coach, a clarence (' spring, is richly trimmed with gold, silver and silk and cost $2000. The horses to match this equipage were a present to Mr. M--iLe one. a fine gray. from Commodore Vanderbilt. and the other, a black, from Henry C. t(,uet, of New York. The torn out as a whole might do for rc yalty itself. In addition to this, Mr. Morri.seys' son has a little stal-ion, not much larger ti an a Shetland pony, that is a marvel of beauty, and can, it i...

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. — 21 March 1868

te tes Orleans rtsent. BATURI)AY MORNI.NG, AlOR 21, 1 , Ji tnu rleans itlertI ltart!t., O.rrilsv Sirals. . resn. t% Tie featnre of the movement to the Money market dnring the past week has been one of a eadily inreasing ease. Offerings of eapltal have been more than abundlat, while the pplications for accommodation have been of an eooeedoinly re s'rceted character throughout. It is hardly ne* te.arty to say that terms have been favorable for Iorrowers, but the incertitude as to the fater. as afl cts men who wre disposed to meet all of their otligations, that they are no longer disposed ti enter into new enterprises of any character. The cPeririg rates continue 8 V cent. 0 aunnm at bark and l~l4 I cent,~ month ot'ar doors fer saort gilt-edged paper, and 1012 V cent. l an. Hunt for choice long dated notes secured by rtrrc'ly city mortgage notes. (IuJ.l AND FILVEa--The variations in Gold have been fewer during the past week than for any cirreeponding time from the opening to the close ...

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. — 21 March 1868

Jgfk lAt l ,*iti.AL OF tiE IrAti OF OUItVSINA. SATIL ,t die slNif4i. MAaCHI 21, l,48 ACCTIOlW ALI TRIG DAT. Y 0. DE FiRIET .to.. at 12 o'erlk N, st te Mereaatt' snd l 1:, lcolt .' rachru,p r,.1 *al" ; aiso at 11 A. a., a" 2s t .,.dit earl., dons farwm , ate f1 THE afEIIIF IP mellt, aU 'drL . a. tOMrchanta' pad I A .uctitmxeen Mlbur , real ia. 'II(,MAS k 'PlEAR * iel at m4I 1 eatk A. s.,at 156 C m 8 Iuii .trtt Ilarana eigARlS CIRA.. I'. 1AInH ats. a IedetOs L . enroer Catna I,,a 1K. ,. ar "rr . ,.l it . ihar, e a; &I%-, At to A.. K, tur n r At 4 iria. atU ft'erdiato atrala. .iLa d,. dei., ! ia0t. .uujTr , B1US N *00. 5L,. 11 e'5lo, assass Aa.'tiI Mirt, 47 i0. I*at , ra·la, etc ; mla, at 11 .'cor-k a i. at P. Ial'a iabl, os Dm arvier strat., ar.in mules. etc. . p'sI.... ..II C. 3' U larlui laelltgenue. CIkaL'k L 'r? 4)'r, No H CAtwP Qtysrr, I Satumray. erh It, 13d3. Claued Testrdal. 7 Steanmship Allance, Parker, for Pensacola, Baamship Clinton, Talbot,tor Galveston, M Chas...

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. — 22 March 1868

S S - W- - THE NE ORLEANS .. VOLUME XVII. SUNDAY MORNING. jbARCH 22, 1868. $8. Chiskk a Duehu, THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY LRIITATION Or THE lUCE, Or TEE LADDES, INILAMMATIOM OF rHq KIDNETS, CA TAiEH O-lI BLADDIUTYK&X GURT O PAIHT L V IIATINO. Fer esae dlase It IS truly a .nPl ru emedy, sad te aes' e.ae the.d bI l pu1% s. A latie d ee bee ase kitwe I reJthe l mtb aanap t pls Are you troubled with that disteestaug paints the small of the bak and threm the hips? A teaepeeohl a day df ItLmIIOLDUr veUCH wUia rnle yau. PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS PLEASE NOTICE. I make no secret of lugredlete. HlLWBEOLD` EX TRACT BUCIi C srompused of Breb., Cabeb, and Juniper Berries, selected with great eas. prepared it varno and according to o rus o PHAUMACT AID CREZISTRY. These ingredislte are haows as the most valuable Diuretics ofstded. A )IURETIC IS THAT WRWCH CTS, UPOr THE KIDNEYS. HELMtBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, ACTS GrENTLY. leasat in tute and odor. free Son dl ljarlos proper. Uis, sad immediate Ia e actie....

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. — 22 March 1868

hth gas Orl ýI(ha su. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LIUSANA. ". S. O IXel , l UIke a"ml md -w.r OmFFo0 . 1 K OAP 9lMWr. THE DAILY OREOEJN' a patss5es SEVBT R UWIlN3G-eameqe sa-PsedL !esrti seah.Ola seM, s. uLas Wei . . 98: lOmnserly. St ; e ek pl. u es , ase o~r meweoJss( - a..... Ist a a, y.t ea as. oass l : ':::: :- .. .ear..... $ ý sa n . t rt :* taw ** JI ..... M . .. l** 0 ** -,..-- :a : fas.... . . " I' ** lime... tU " N "" in ** s R * Sea...a.. SR Il l ge * g * *ww.....1 $ *Is ** 16 " nor "* I 4 "" mlet Ip edvereiemeas, tasred ver hth day1 C be am....r tw- B 1l aarae Ce mad F.. rth e Im "uM tsame, a. : h" as6e s tiNe'... 1 .. a.w II i 1f se145, inant adraaema, beo. the "a 4 " paper, 1 at rout s ymaa St U set i. gmer ee- saq {slateday.e t be in.er~at $q 1 ua r ates, g atet uad fortsh page strdasm eaertiLmea a, sea .s . eetiea, I1 60 per  q.are. &dverIteseS e tamested atteIeTa., i be aned is sraw 1me me In eres l + tagelar adverntlr r m e edeIraLUes tlyar shal be ...

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. — 22 March 1868

a to @rrmlus rrtsatt. 6UNDAT MORsING, MARCH 22, 1es8. for the e.day Crsesnt.] Apees.rphe to tae MaI.ehal Sta.m aws " We are glad to see you, John Marshall, my boy." So fresh from the chisel of Regers, Go take your stand, on the Monument there, Along with those other Old Codgers: With Washington, Jefferson. Henry, and such, Who sinned with a great transgression, In their old-fashioned notions of freedom and right, And their hatred of wrong and oppression. You come rather late to your pedestal, John, For soorer you should have been here. For the volume you bold is no longer the law, And this is no longer Virginia. The old Marshall law you expounded of yore Is not at all to the purpose, For the martial law of the new Brigadier Is stronger than habeas corpus. So keep your volume shut up with care, For the days of the law are over. And it takes aid your brass, to be holding it there, W\ilh " Justice" inscribed on the cover. Could life awaken the limbs of bronze And blaze in the ouruished...

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. — 22 March 1868

e l-q- --- n 6 o she 4 er1 ani eeu t. OFIDAL IOURNAL O TIE E ATE IF LIUIANA. O" AC NO. w OAP? SEWi 'E. m Tsr mr, pm, s ormes, its; b tstW, qt lshedr, SL Madle tsea, U see n STi Wtnsm Os, m egs at st e er dsat. *us'p. 8 pear amas. c ms, in sneswea SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1%t8. AMlUsMr T ThIs avNIEIO . EWW OPERA HOUS-sBenss of M'l Mase Hlary - "L'J todo " ST. 4'`A RI.FR TH~EATER-"EIx Deg ese of Orime" and 'Wept of the Wish.Toa-Wtlsk' VARIETIrS THEATr .-"The Irish Emlgraat" and "Sky nigh." AOADEMY OF Mt7UtO-Drmamte and Variers Retertasl ment-I lmtnated ta blaux. songs, ballet, bnrle.quea. ORE54'E.RT CTTY MUSEUCM--Now and a t. Charles tret._-W-,nderfl lvring and natural curiosittle Matinees at io,nn at the Varoetes and ACeAimy of Musie. A PENSIBLE EDIrroa-There is a newspaper printer in English in the City of Mexico called the Two Republics. From the last number of it which we received we extract the following: To Correspondents.-We must repeat the no tire to our correspondents,...

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. — 22 March 1868

ttamers teauing Fort Io-gag. Ad ADVERTTQED IN TEE DAILY CBISCTT. Sunday. March I3, 1i55. Trsu...............MOROAN, LAwi.-CsL......... 71 Al Ial.,, . ..........MAIL qi4T- :are ................ PI Upper Coast......... O. BROWN, Basset ...........9 AX 0e06r. March SOS. 1S5,. Xa0h.... ......... MAIL OAT-(4as .............4 PV Arknmsu Rter.... W A. CALnWRLL. Woodhura 5 PM led River .. .....C.'I NA Na . Wilkinson . 8........ PM (h.hita River ....... Tll'Nl. rFLTI( R. Keelingl.... PM Ounchita River.... DORA. Levetw rth ....... PM Le][frche . ......NINA RIMIER.. tircabouse .... S Pi panros,n·... ...IRPRVILL . lree ......... S P1 APFE:(A L NOTICE&4 ---A *eei.n of the *-t*atle Joekay ('l.h weil tskerlace su R TU l .it,AY E.VRI'Ml, at 7ý'c' "h. it 46 ,1t:sm - street. arnd i ev, r ly r'eedinl l t'urat iv n till thedyof be Neno. libh apel By ordoe of the revoi. r rent S. I JAmRS. ertrecarv and 1 ra-arer. M P R - remer are rcquet.ed t roill fr their tn.vm.e. - tOel of Daflew a Review,. I ...

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. — 22 March 1868

 iriaai ili WFCIAL OURINAL Of THE STATE IF LOUIANA. SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH tt. 1653. Re/oad tam ark. IT WILLIAM wINiTm. There's a region fhr away from earth Should be very happy today; For a great soel. ripe for its birth, Bas gone from this world away. And I think-as I sit alone, While the night it faittig aroond Of a cold. white, gleaming stone. A ad a long, lone, gresy mound ; And of wbat rests under the sod The poor. pale face, the still brain, Left awfully still by tle spirit of ied, That has gone to Him again; The eyes that will shine no more, The bands that have done their task And mny heart is heavy and sore, And my mind is hungry to ask If all indeed be well Is the realms beyond the dark; What secret the pallid lips could tell Of that body so quiet and stark. But there comes a murmur of trees, That wave their arms and bring a Bude. blossoms and leaves to shake in the breeze From spring to spring; And they whisper that all is well, For the ue hand guides als ll Whether 'tis ...

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. — 22 March 1868

W t s crtans n FrNtiAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 194a. i @t rlens oq xarket. 1 IStardav Ivemila. Mardh 21. aL4 The orly noticeab!e feature of the movement to financial circles today has been a moderate a. vrnte Im rates of Gold sad Foreign BrteIotae, irfl.enced exclusively by the opward heency of rates at New York. Ofleriang of cash Gold indi a ,ed come increase, and with a moderate ruling demand throughout we have to report the sb joi ed actual sa'es viz: 8230i anl $S;'0 at l, iL the morning, $1000 at 13E, Slu00 at 13,4 1;. 000O at 13h1.. 120 000 at 13lrl1391, $12, 00 and $25,000 at 140, $5000 at 1401, and $22.00, at 1lL1. iales of aiver have been co.nfined to dribhlets, sa.d we now qgi-te told at 141lU1404j Amenr,-s, a I-, r coru 1;,t12;, and Mexican dllars at t42 on 6143 Fout, Excnraog-With a farther fall: off in the sups ly of commercial Sterlia4 and Frcau :a Swe have to report a crrrtsponding advance in rates all round. Tle remittance demanid shows eb but little, if any imrprovemen...

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. — 22 March 1868

OFFICIAL IO~4AL OF TOE STATE OF LOIMlANAI SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 196. 91 AWCTIOW .ALM XWOi'AY. 9 THE HIIERIFF msals. at ie celock A.., at 183 Common gI airesm. fltase., me. HmE :OW ArrABLU mals. at 12 e'lek I., erere Fochu iMONTUOMET SOt 1 Oa S a 11 A. n eat P. I,,ss' sutables. Ora viser set,, Ms. mides, se. W sag adJmtleame tas wesd age. B Why Carser a Wemsa esemn a K ams. At the late anniversary celebration of the B Masons of Austin, Nevada, the orator of the day thu discoursed upon this vexed question: Si Woman sometimes complains that she is not permitted to eater our ledges sad work with the craft in their labors, sad leers all there is to be learned in the institation. We will explain the reason. We learn that before the Almighty had finished his work he was in some doubt about creating Eve. The ereation of every livig and creeping thing bhad been accomplished, and the Almighty had created Adam (who was the frst B Mason), and created for him the finest lodge in the world, ...

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. — 24 March 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESOE NT. VOLUME IVII. TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 24. 1868. BU. B RE80ENT' DISPATOHES. ROM WASHINGTON. he MoCardle Csue Goes Over. HE DEFEAT OF THE AIlKANiAS CONSTITUTION. MOTION' AGAINST THE CONSTITUTIONALITY CF THE IMPEACHMEN COURT, 10 TION OVEIRRULED. HE ANSWER OF THE PRESIDENT. E CLAIMS HIS CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO REMOVE, TAJiON HOSTILE TO THE ADMIN ISTRATION. HE PRESIDENT DEPIANTLY CLAIMS FREEDOM OF SPEECH. he Mangers' Replicatien to be Ready To-Day. E PEES.DENT ASKS FOR THIRTY CAYS DELAY. lIE REQIItEs't' IREF'I'SED. ere in the Impeachment Court. IROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, March. 23.-The d-cis'on of the lCardle case goes over to next term by a ot,rs f ', to 2. (;round ,f potpunement pending legis tron effecting jurtldi:ctou. The odfeat f1 the Arkansas Constitution is by tual votes cast again.t it. The Panama PRslrod Company have pail the slumbian government $1,000.000 for a new con act. ' he Senate. on motion, ordeed 350copies davly, ad finally 501(H co...

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. — 24 March 1868

1ma 1ma i mu aTu J and. t O WIx TI saIr ML nIum. 1IAL IL IP III STT1 18M. THE DAliY TCWEamM m -g mPa L oi"m in-e -saem i nlr nSDIT gleg J ag-es. W emas. on Omr matnm n..m..m asweeee, tans a" not "" a , vest .a . ,. $5 va 65.r . A Pd m n · tagN baed .a Ilaurvals, . bbe lgl s aner d M ve n a sest, IheI be il wem 15r se*a. 3 ase. e aIIn: us :::e m me n'l bills wth regalern advertsers a be reed atlav re s o .pee e bese l las TIE TWEEKLY OREMBENT estoe ef Adverusta a 'sa l1eoath abtn. eai. ueaths. ISmne :lomim: iv .aeoI oihs aro aapros . i as ie ia.. ue rob e nlems; becsist . Naosp sad-I leash in e r 1. prinBelg, saeat the Mmanc 2urcr , 1n8e6. sams of the old " Delta." My predictions were Sgenerally adverttemet. resume the trold habit, witha r permision and coureslfy d There in, this year, a " silver lining in the U m e wbll.pbliehadgla We sd arged oswdtagy,. l bills forth re sugar dpllIanter.s M d Thse very cold weather of January 30th-31st perhaps tlhed coldest knordwn in L ia. -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. — 24 March 1868

Sha Oas @rlan 4raesol. TUESDAY MOUIIWU. MAC lH , 11t8. Written er the N. O. e.g.m..] P~m snar.mse cmiseamS. Our love that we lost and burled, And oer star tha t in pa : The sleep that we sought awearlel, The Lathe we sought in va It a Our sorrow that came lt the May.tlh-- "nd A stroke from the good God's hand! The light that went out from the day.time, ie The shadow that swept our land ! s But I watched while my brothers slumbered, ; I watched while the web wea spuan; toe And I knew when the nights were numbered, g' I saw when the anuda were ran. • I knew when the heavens would open, : And the shadow would fade away; And I knew by the wrads Eothen, That blew in the van of day, on tLw That the darkness was done, aed the morning ez' Would leap from the arms of night, And a promise would gild the dawning With glories of lavish light. I saw that the stars waned pallid, I saw that the sky waxed red, I knew that the day had dallied. t' but I marked what the voices said: And a voice from 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. — 24 March 1868

aPt iu rtllps  ecu IRW.A N A, IF THE STATE If LMIMM. e. 4. maiU. sewear ..a Vveoeseet i o ri so. . o sea r a r a! TeWemyq Amwe4 Si, 1a naams tl; wrtit 1tl. MI SSamassi. y al aptsc. " sits I_ a i win it a ns aan s pe e , it smd S hegsaen a r es..s.i muatably IB eaggan WIUESDAY MORMINM, MARCH 34.' agi. AMesmaNaMTe TaeIS NYWaa. mW OPERA WOt-uE-Freed Opera Tes--Gmod's grUl opera "Faas." IT. ''HARLB TMEAYTE-E-aseemest ot Mr. and kNe. W.tkans-"Kathleen Msvoueras." VAkIETI~Ea TBATnL-"5h Stoops to Oequer" and "Perdtts" AOADEMY Or MSIO--Dramatle and Variety Intertsas. meit-I I.mtiased amblest. seas, ballets, burteeqen gSm:ENT UITl NUmECM--N-os. and bU m OberW i sares.-Womdwerul living and austara eariedtt Head says the reason hisar-tickle wasn't in Sun dsy's paper, as usual, instes4 of this morning, is, 1st, because it wasn't published, and 2J, because it wasn't written. We have received a copy of the "Constitution adopted by the State ConstitutlonalConvention of the State of Louisans," pr...

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. — 24 March 1868

%traners eadtg pirt 504an. AM ADVIRTIBID IN THE DAILY OBLCUNT. T. saga Else "la 16ie. b I. ..............AIL ~ A,-...... ..........4 P watering Plae.....LIURM t aIhker- a a............ M eSaiot.... ....... .LR 3LSE. 1.0I ............6 PM Oarchita iver.......JUD(ll FPLTCB 1 elingl .... PhI rhita Rtiver ......DO1U LwweIwt .............S PM dM her ......... ' Me ·, N 40W ................. *Y satRir...... ...... D. MIMe, Ishr ..............6 P7 d River ........R... ttLIC. Alt e . . .... ... P Vie.,re ... RORT .R I. 'anaa..... ....5 wV sPECIAL NOTICEb - T. Whom IIt Nay (lome am-Yeges I hereby g ves that the tundenltdfledb snam ap.,inted R cotan se LIldatr of the erne of the Prt.hiag t)e. n)twn under th.eeLi or L OtAIMAS. od dome bnasimn at Nao 901) a'mpp rt. of ' La city All paertie havsin the a'mn ben 1 ,-are re haatd ymmadttoiy tot ak I palt nt mm aa eal pa tkea insebtoe ta toe 1 f aere m Ward that tu psolin bet thi undeesgnled Is autbhrtued to callect o eu.C ror the aurae. 3. e....

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. — 24 March 1868

U mCIAuI W 1 T rrm W Uimmi TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 13I3. Was.ehms e ses" ,--.e fm=m Dammbrs of se i0.l couMAN= sasserda? OF COLUmIA. It is rumored that GeO. Gerde Granm w e.s*ed OGea. ery Yn the eaemand of Die ater of colmbis. Borse ree ey is hre oe a poldti mal aeoa. Ha dined with Jutice Chae this evening. SLY OL·D nos. Mrs. Elisabeth Cady Stsatoo recently visited the Unalted ates saert as wasitu s, and says thatte eopsrved Mt whbe the Jadge pretesded to be very buy ewta thlir notes of the evi dence, they occasionally cast " sheep's eyes" at the ladies over on theleft. STranTo aOOu enW5 5aL. The Washington coe podent of the Baltimore Son says the act of Mr. Stanton in eedirg a tele gram to Gen. to9kles, congratulating him on the result of the Now Hampahire eleetin is perfectly consistent with the wast of dignity and delicaey that attaches to him. It is the first time in the history of the geverament that the head of the war ofce has complimented an army ofoer for neglecttng hi...

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. — 24 March 1868

TUEBDAY MORIING, MABC 24. 8es66. w eralnsd ju Uarktz. The movement Ia finsocial ircles to-iav has eaMibited considershle ieetestaio in Gold and Ezchange. Gold epaned at New York this morning at 1391. agalist 1394. the closdg rte S3atuldsy oevemr. At II A. w. It wasu quoed at ISj. t 12 m. Is ruled at 194, sd at . -. t stood at 131. The demad end supply Ia this market have been fair though sot excessive since our laut, and the total operations comprise the appended meseta. vri: $10,000, 20.000 and 50,000 at 1401: 88000, $20 000 sad $27,600 aI 140); 5000 and $5.500 at 1401. sad $O a" 1404. Sales of Oliver comprise 20,,0 IMexican iellar t 1t42. nd asome triflin lots of American Slver Cocn within the limite or our qo tations, which now rule as follows. vz : Gold 140til404, American BlRver Halves 135@136, and Mexican Doeire at 1420143. Fosnlozl Excnaxae-Operations na Sterlig sad Francs disclosed continued flrmnes+, owing to the esrent very heavy falling of in purchases of co'ton foreign...

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. — 24 March 1868

5ke Jsm itfrnu 49ta4 OFFICIAL IOm ALdh O T E STATE F WISIANA. TUESDAT MORNING, MARCO tU. 1966. S oTAWTIe .ALA TIl At. THA 'B1sedtlI i rawll  i at., tlrafoamt' ,,-d 11t 'eeek A , a . !e nas. at. SsII . -ues mate es. OEAL T. NisH s u a 11 e~loek . I., s the lev5e, foot of Csa iitpes s.0, comes. -see advetgm.t no mnsed iaes. partiu 3n jstpue. Cbalssn Ocnrt!, Ie o4 ruse , TeesdY. Earth 31, 1. Cltead Teseeday. Steamship Reindeer, Magrath, for Aransas, Tre. Geo P Deahon Steamer Mohawk, Packard, for 8t Louis, Master bihp Owego, Hathaway, for Liverpool, Creevv, Nickerson leo Awrtred Testerdar. 8teamship Crescent, Hawthorn from Indlanola and Galveston, to Chas A Whitney boo-1-st district Steamship Agnes. Wlbon. frtm Galveston and ladianola, to Chas A Whitney Aco--lt dital Steamship Texas. Baker, from Indisaola, to master-Id district Schr Invincible, -, from Calcasie, to master Sd district 15 Logger Lady, Venango, from Lafoorche, to mus ter-3d district 15 Logger Gen Bit.. Semertb, from Poi...

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