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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 25 March 1868

THE NE"W ORLEANS VOLUME XVII. * WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 26, 18. ' ..1. 9 . 0. THE OCRE0EI'8 DISPATOHE. FROM JACRbON, MISSIJSIPPI. ASSASSINATION OF A CITIZEN. A aý:tsa azs asabs. GREAT EXCITE MENT. lapesetia te aonset.] Jacrsow, Muss., March 24.-Wlliam M. Etelle, a member of the State Democratic Executive ommittee, a ptomisent lawyer and peaceable citisen, was brutally assassinated last night near is residence, on Capitol street. It is generally elleved that be was mistaken for Mr. Stricklio, he conservative delegate from Tippah eoenty to he conventlon. Mr. Stricklin resigned his seat the convention, bid them farewell this more. , ad oflered one hundred dollars for the e-in's aner which Governer Bnmphreys to fISvto red domars. . As tIntenal tieqe edAew smed Miles Oib coe, from St. Lomt:, was sabeequently arrested the crime upon strong circumstantial evi. nce. atense excitement prevails. rV oGas. OM WASHINGTON. cmenl actam Temperarily Suc ceeds ei . Nacdck. E NAAERS' IEPLICATION. l3...

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. — 25 March 1868

ah @ w alaws 4ssll FICIAL JOURNAL IF TE STATE LAUMNA. .s . =m , ame u .as leimneame. " OPVeTs i S VAMP MV.U. tg.ee sl ses. I. si s f se.1 ft: Zames et Me- *ut sti SamO. I meao f s measat l insteatb Maasse. m mnte 0ea.... l" r 8 . tr N ""! I > S ar...: 1M 7 " M"" 4 **" "" • .n.. M °** 1 "" * " se.... To .. n 1 .6 ** m * sa* Lb . .. ) "t InO ** IM . as ** fo *. .... I0 , - al--e Ma-  W "* 73 Us.y .. * fme.N... "I" **" "" a * IM I N0 OW . isa., t s..rbmsis bt- he . . rag d tginetae, Iagn taumb. S w epw r .eas mheesammsutuin., Newt rsmein aPe rtPna g a.ilan asiMwawi , as i. esails0 pnr queain, a tabtsiet Mtatwrvales.be aens n au w d mearýNetlegs, adNenideslarply.stall be allowed 5s tiamsat fo am atm d HanA sa ta es as may be asdas. s; samdat n eoa ai ease s"hl amo duse en. s tp ar i. AT uams.g at steemimte bets digedati U t ge p al esa oa ugk llitmmasesit ametat mas be /a ha leanseg.a iS mta mem$b ia ear speie amabe of mU'thee weill t iabilddm , Sme *p mat b s$daagy. ntl"Ie s...

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. — 25 March 1868

sh gg r ermanm nrsiat. TUESDAY MORUIWO. MUCh 24, iSIS There same to bea geese phit of besa hi sed (Cristsalty amnge theelptoe Sol dtisotu. IW e the t foIlrO from the imll dameerst *, At the lethods' Charch, the kptoepet geni e wale raed by John ve, sq.. of the fo r pemmaim. yT. Iev. Mr. Hayden preeheedat sh. U.pdu( t , On Tuesday nigMt. Rev. Mt. Jeneo, the ,taoto.d clergymea of the Episeopsl Chb at t. Francis vrle, preached at the Methodist huare." What about this levee (Oraad Levee) that sa muebh fuees we sde everal weeks ago? All work thereon seems to have bee asspenaded, aid If Madam Rumor tells the truth, the eontractors are non est. The Machiaery which was to hare performed wonders liee idle upon the grouin, lIghting the rest After all the splendid display made th be pblie prlbte about this levee. It ib shameful thus to treat people. There is some thbg mysteric is connection with the whole affair. see the public demasd ae explaeation. If the nodcemenst offered the ontractors ...

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. — 25 March 1868

5cIL aIIIMs F TIE ETi Wl ii eM. *. S. IZN tanmesw est Pespgeeswr. w.,O 5 wm, am oSlP nrtrn. wTmtvlgy, K sansgees U es, a Wsepeo f8 pr Viyomus iow I adent gufa5m r oebsmr is e WEDNESDAY MOEWING, MARCH X. 4158. AMWss5ENTS wans sVBNnsQ. TARIrEI THEALCtB--Sleft ef Mr. Omsl-"Gfandd Durbhes. o emris*es ST. 4MAmRLBn TitLATnlEa-.aeet of Mr. sad Mr Waohtn.-Smamts al ees' sad Advesmne of a Lee LMtr." ACADEMY OF MUSTO-Drmastle mad ?retv Ut stertal meout--.l.mlnated tahblesx, sangs, bllebs, berleques. OERFENT CITY MUSEti -ens " mad 4 s. thams stres,--Wonderthui lvinr ad maMtral ertleslttu. CITY MoNzr.-By reference to the retort of the proceedings of the council last night, it will be seen that the mayor recommends, substantially, the course, in reference to city money, suggested in the Camcar yesterday morning. That is to say, he recommends the adoption of an ordinance providing for the destruction of the city money as fast as it may be paid into the treasury, and from whatever source i...

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. — 25 March 1868

Sttamers opeauiq art go-sa.. Ad ADVERTIBED IN THE DAILY CRBBOCET. Wemmm IMaToa !I/ I16L s ................ . W. W o T rt I.AN.. .. 3ower .............. MAIL er&--J ..............Ut P3 Oaebits River ......IDA ......... ...5 PM Ouachita River..... FUAI A h ... PM th .... ...... WILD W R. Are........S P Otelocss... ......BA lOT. J Louller .......... Ph Ben Fiver ...... ...I.. IZI I HOPRIt Roots ........3 PM Bed River .......... dl. R. AI. Lear. ............ S P adliverm......... NATIONWAL. lanets...........5 PM brd River ........... RA No . oom.......... ...... PM 4PECIIAL NOTICEb. -N- etoe-7b Roi. be m the Cuthode terty -we balry letfbd thr i.. l.6 . John C. nordy, • ef perfe pm-ates (es tm o Week of se tnread Lodgo of hihs tae.il .x0 omiftpnewerki the ThreS-Roe e Trreesr TOIT BVRiSL O, at the 14Dl onf MouIst ,rlsh Lodge, a Crpa erost. or1rIt) i. Pm rink's Church em mactr at 7 . ck, The Bcers of all the L Ar an t irl arster Mamns la good steoding re frateranly inorted to s uwe...

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. — 25 March 1868

as eas 0rsdm @wme WFICL 1 I IF E STI TE m I n A , TUESDAY BIO N . i, MARCH 2, u UPg. LETnPWT ViMM NW Imurm. emdla cursqmeneer i asssma Saw Yin. Mare h18. Ui. " Baccees aow the mea,"sn ea old sad very true rsying, as h es s isely proved to the maads of all meat  oema makesemdprmg. nog from this idea S'ad meek weate sad said of the wonderful seeamelahttonse Stewm , Astor, Vanderbilt and others, feem their sepective c.ll. ings is life. The privae sad public ashracers of these men, their tastes, anstns., and, in fact. any peculiarity which may be bhow of them, Is noted, aend people are led to stand amaged at the results s s cam eses of simply good fortune unattended by any special industry, sad while the formae Is not by any means to be despised, the latter Is by far the meest to be coveted, producing. as it does, the reputation of well earned fortures as well as the satisfaction of reward for labor. As we would speak of the meay millionaires of this city, as fast as they become subjec...

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. — 25 March 1868

E &a Orleans 4rsnrt TUESDAY MOWIIWN, MAICH 24, 166. The conditiosof the money market has been es entiall)y euebged saes the date of our lee summary. Friday evening, the 20th Inst. Capital still accumulates at b and in the haads ot private parties. Obligations mtuoring la the country as well as ins h city, are behla met with eenmendable pmetpalty. Loans and dis counts are freely Oeeed to solvent borrowers, and large ioveastmest s dol my de n Poreign and Itomestic Excheese. Yet the surples of car rency shows a steady tvease and some parties are appreheesive that they will have to carry a larger sneonlt of dormset greenbacks during th. comlng sumnmer than tlay would desire or feel comfortable nhder. Tif reflection does not seem to promp them to reduce their rates, how. ever, and we ave still to report as the ruling nlures, 8 W cent. per annum at bank, and 1@14 V cent. per mnlth out of doors for short gilt dge paper, and 10@12 1 cent. per annua for long date notes secured by strict...

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. — 25 March 1868

Se ;.a Oieus 4qs l. OFFICIAt UPMM of TII STATE IF LAMUI E!EDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, IMS. AWoTrO JAL. I ' Dis AlT. CHAR. T. wAIH r., sth Io'e A. t.. .sat.arssof it. n art and Perla, ar nUem C,. aa., a. - t-. hpoi.,5.t 0 l 'm r .. Whose M inkS, jess. I ued 7LuSerily. Steamship W O Hewes, Tripp, for Galveston, Osa A Whitney &oo Steamer Vigo, Newberry, for Mobile, Master 8teamer Lucretia, Davis, for Mobile. Master Steamer Lady lay, Pegrsm, for St Louis, Master Steamer Great Rephbli, Donaldson, for St Louis, laster Stemer Ears Porter, Porter, for Jefferson Br ship Asiatic, Andrew, for Liverpool, Haenry ho $p brig Adelaide, Merambell, for Barcelona. Sp brig Pauckhio, COslzad, for Bareele.s, Puig Bros Sp brig Prudente, 8tla, for Barcelona, Poig Bros Arewrh Teae4awp. Steamship Oriental, Bnes, from Boston. 14th Inst, to Creevy, Nickerson Ace-4th district Steamship St Mary, Mourns, Itom Brazoo Santia go, to Chas A Whitney hoe-lst district Br schr Angellna. Ward, from Utills, to J B Pig...

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. — 26 March 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESN.2 *.7 VOLUMB IYVII. _ THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 26. 1868 , " ··p~p~~rr ?~ '-".'~~~Bg~P~~ .... . ..,. " i ... EdlaJeofT J9WCAs. TIE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY fKUlra M or a= Mo~K. O TIr BLAODU,. tILAAMMATIx or r1a j KEX3Ts, OA. TAREB OF T1rBBLADD .BTK g. OUTI OR PAWFUL UMINATINo. ir thml disemtes is rulys a svesign medy, eal teo mo-'s aret be sod lb i A stbrit doe hI. beea knhw to eMoleI. mme ee.e .. Ar you troubled with tht M -ain the *mall to the beak med thr.ee^ bhLpet A ai.eetlla a day ef tELMIOLD'S BIUCHU Wanemyo. PHYSICIANS AND OTHU fLEAE NOTICE. I maSk a se eet of n eMde. HLBOLDD8 IX. TRACT BUCHU Is oempeed ot Buace, Caboba. and Jniper BrC ae. sMleaed with ret we. prered Ia vucae and accordingl rule et PHAXKACY ANJ ClSlTRYmT. Theus lgredths are haumo as the mos.t valable Diuretics aeeded. A l. IURElTI C IB THAT WHICH ACTS UPON TRi KIDNSTS. HELNBOLD'S EXTrACT BUCHU, ACTS OBG TLY, Iesast It to te n od do. ftw ofm all lajulumo proper tiM, and immedisae in I.* aclo. ...

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. — 26 March 1868

WIFEL MuI.AL TK STATE IF LIuMA. ., a aia, aa amd Vweee. WWM DAZLV OMfORMT ous ebMt.. ds 1M *oiu,& -RO is ,1 IJ pmat- -- . ..... 9 ..:. 1, " " M ar.... " ** M * ** .m ** em I iadenmm ei e a m s eim ss  ms wma- Mgm .a ra. to **aj r th. am , PIrpe e"a t eas ueassstum eel se. ea-MB* - i a awstome.... t e' In"" ne"ess a e """ no "" NmorS.p ap" sse "r s Iu twases aiS " oenlite e M s Intae " 1ein"en5 . a mrbqs bm tasse massed e OwOWsu i mai abe emS ..w.r 1*1 .uri -lie. aet i.. £MWsemmels et --lm shw baea u tes tore a--man ** hIedwsrtba mm moeam fei o usd5mabt or ar seus will be pbblesbd ix tnemees wa eahld oess l y. aTher uan- 4 corrsondent.of-th *fimo her--e t mira7r ] m r-emm's , a oei in forme a*sIlle was relwher war shall a beU t ere re rtsl . S""are Ies the spm msoemged 0 mnm Ueos o, aieieus THE TWEEKLy OREBOEN'3 r publuse evy ISariav y d myatb. su eartpeWn, S ar m ,ann aedveseto bhf-grty a geartery, moe rate ae serlese 10 snso al. se of Avra, om d aso set mesl eaothe monas. . ...

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. — 26 March 1868

hs gta Orltm 4rtsctt THUBIDAY MOanII . MaRC 26. Aa. 2 MilSage7 Orwde . HA.QrCApmTas PrMw MILrTrrTr DIraw , New Orleans. IAL, Mar 24, 186. ( spedw onimrs Xo a6 Upon the recommenda'loni f blh excellency Governor Pease, of Texas, tbollowimna appoint ments are hereby announced to fil existing vacan cies in that btate: John J.c' iy t he district attorney of the Sixth Judicial DI)tr:ct o: Texas. Lewis (. Brown to be dietrict attorney of the Foorteenti Jndioial Distrnt of rexa. Refuroi'l oittly- B. Upton to be mitr'ty judge. Edward St. John to be sheriff, and W. c. Frazer to he clerk of the lisrric:t court. Chanbters C.unaty-JamesJack.on to be sheriff. ierjminii Barrw to be clerk of the district co,, rd Charles Wiloox to be clerk of the county court. Hidalgo County-i. Btrke to be county judge. ubrleson Connty-Benjamin P. emith to be asensaor and colleetor of taxes. Collin County-P. T.Hinton to be justice of te lptce for precinct No. 8. Buoque *onnty-sberod Townend to be sheriff. Red River...

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. — 26 March 1868

gem ma tt e 4eqummLt. mc XUoNNAL OF TKE TATE IF U MaKI. a. . jx . i-* and r e.e ornam mx as oAuM IIg -a-e WmRLT - I ll I u- .8t1m m arpl IM s if smm.mn , rt ,m .M . THUISDAY MORNJNGO MARCH 2, I1tl. AMUsmKlsru TMls VBXBM». naw OPKRA HOUSt--p raeh Opers troVpe--erdi rard opera "Jeruai m " VARIETTEr THE tltI-Be-eflt af Mr. F. Hligt-"A!lnee and ' lt,'l of aIn lle " IT. HAKLLI THlEATElR-Eaiireneint of Mr. mal MV Waltins--'rlWt-r of the -gimsat"' mid 1Ie rakes Two ie js rre, ' AOADUKM Or MUITBT-Dramatle ln4 Vuaretv ntWota;n ue -t--Liotn Mo' -l i.slmsad uaslsam. sesA, balU.. Et-s EN.T CITTY MiKL'UM--lo. iot an4 a4 m. CLarwm umo-Wodrfti Itrvtand a ur e erlatOm. DEATH OF NU. R. I. -'cus .-It is with regret we anounce the death of this good citizen, good mereheat and excellent gentlema . As long ago s 1H39 he entered the shipping house of J. P. Whitney & Co., as a clerk; but made himself so seful that it a short time he was admitted to a fell partmenhip. For many years Mr. hamo.u manag...

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. — 26 March 1868

teamtrs mri rt o- . ADVERTIBED 1N THE DAILY CBISCNT. ll Th.e.is«. Mwk 3. 13. NGN.-..........O Laeh-'·es 7 AM....TS II ML.......... ;...lAmA t ....... e PM ............. NDIANA. K l ................. r P River ...... * .7 .12:L7 HOPI 1, eou ....... S P d vr r..... .. A W* o , KR eM .... ......... Pi phis ... ....... V. A B A I. B teheso ....... PM SPbCIAL NOTICE&. --Ibo BgweI If'ienen.Lksswtlp - . lATHAAN hbry anomls'* * imanef a ewdidu .Ior - &. @ l W ' RIF.r " lOA lMIT luOiRt. hten- eul.gll1 thbt he eb n perform til duties lleretf se sly I the- eti a. bht r the Saacall dvrultAsa of 1te tu;payers Of i . tem J ity. M--  **-*ae" uew Omeeo.C v at a * rp *. .it. '. J-d Dr 'orthel Ite of ila.fsla..-a Adjtorand I-rlo.n of be last atiLed istt ce e irste ·N ,rv 1-.r will bi held lin 'he i)r. Irc, Hanl. FPUDAr 27th arch. at 7 r. a A fell t"Leda4ce f al thL memisrS I m a.i td. y tider o X t lile t -, TODD. AIT , OrI CvAmdF, er i Cia.y -wal the fdId Las itesenli L ran* . 1r. e I. A...

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. — 26 March 1868

Sh 80 dMt 4maflo UaIM I A FMU 9 TKE STATI * L& ». THRýBDALY *O3M33, MABUSII t. 10*. 0 emea BUNS.At m At pes to be preented tDh " aticaIl oneentias of Christimus oppoed t secret podetle," wMich Meets at P1ritoe Oe 5th of May, is on eo the " Aetilo of lth enaret orders on CbriutasivlizOca," by easier WL soe.t of ssrhesrtta. Presidet tanchard, of Wheston Co;lel, lilinois, has rao a paper in pro patiaso. e *' T1he secret orde of elltlion," Sad Preident Paircbild. of Oberta, will spread him Pelf sp pe e " ActiU of tIe secre: orders ua so eJ relatim." The vane ,pan the New-4Trk entoe bhouse, it ft s aid, weighs tweary tons. Inside of the d )ne it bau a ijnicator thrsya-evet feet locg.oad uver ole hundred feet above the he*d of the peop e blow. The baft running up through the rJot i, forty-eb feet long. The rr6w wonide. whichehows whh way the vind blows. s made of wroight iron. and is twenty-f-ur feet long, and he feith ored Sd a four feet and a jalf wide and te feet lag. One would 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. — 26 March 1868

e t *rleans (rmcnt ^ foe R18)AY MORMING, MABCR 2S, 18. ' efw *rlnus Ujnej DIarkiL 2 B drias n va K Nu nmovemseat in Laselel circle to-Iay hu Th -d ae maed alterastin of ms kiSe th t o for special notie. Gold opeand at New York •ornig at1 l u aginst 138, the eloeir rate day. At 1 A. it. itwaquoted at 139. t ., . t stood at 138, sad at 3 r. x. It ruled at wI . Rate tn this market have flutuated con- 1'; bly during the day, and with a fair supply wet steady demand throughout, the following 3711 tions were elboted before the close of beui- tior vr : S1000. $4000 and $20,0 at 1404; $20,000 151 (oal i; $2011 and $25,000 at 140j; $10 00, Iai O. 9lIOl), 15,0:0 and S1),0 at 14'; $10 - i, t 131.4 and $i0,000 at 1398. Sales of S l-r the ded 1000 Mexican Dollars at 1 j cent. pro- but on Gold; 15,000 do. at II cent. premium old. and orme trifling lots of American coin Ia the range of our quotations, which now as i(lllow, viz: Gold 13940140; American r coin at 134@136, and IMxican Doars at &...

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. — 26 March 1868

Skt hMr etf3a- 4qmrut. iFFItlt MEi 4 i i I TaS t A LbasSlma TBUMSOAT *uoalWi, MARCH 26. t$ie AU- l C u&-m i e I m t in ky. ' *" 35: , , I, U...  arcTws *aA* wow Mixr. 0. DT FEr agT aft mJ2 eerik is . at Mte Xerchant' -4 tewasmhp Aer cedta, S. eaik, r New York. A--- so^ aI a ree in- s-ii 46r; mr at niskip iae, Feicher, for Pensact, ChA. A Whitey heo Tearom.e. eMrh . LAr. f Clear" Temslred . Steaumh:p MebrcdjtS, SMite, for Nw York. Btesmlip Agnew, Wlamon, for TnrdnoIl. Ckl A Whitney Aco Br tmshtip Mexic, eville, for UIerpool, 1O A Graam Aoo W R Bddendorfl p vessel Jarco, Cabans, for Barcelo., Pai Bros Ship Lecra, Wade, for Barre, CreerG. Nickerson &co Italh brig New York, Larare*e. for G:sYow, Goldenabw A Kelley Fp brig Bomantico, Ferrer, for Barceloma, Pidg Bros Schr H P Romell, McKion. for Providence. G A Fosdick Aco Schr Hattie Baker, Crewell. for Psmo.n, G W Hynson Aco Arrtlved Toeordam. Steamship Lodons. Hovey. from New York, 15th imt. to ( A Foidick Aco-2d ditnrt Fte...

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. — 27 March 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS RESCENT OLUMB XVII. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 186. 88. NUMBI i. StasNeldPf JWcfM. E ONLY KNOWN REMEDY -ron DIADETE, ATION Or THa XICKE OF THU BLADDU, INFLAMMATION OF ITBIE KINBN 8. CA TABRII OF THEBL&JDDRBTKrRX. GURT OR PAINFL URMIATINO. Per t -hese d s t Is traly a swneagin emna, aed #o -et eS soane be tod Io its prr A Ift dar h beI to reliervetb moot a rgi esptem. Areoy- trouhkld with that dliemilg pain I the $mail of the bark ead throl n the hip? A toaspehll a day of z BOLOI' BUCcHUU reunl . PHYSICIANS AND OTHEN PLEASE NOTICE. I make es crt of lcgredents. H3LMOLD'S EX. KACT SBU U isl eouespd ol Bdukn, subebs, mad Juitper rie, selected with great ear. prepared into vce aad g to rales of FPAJIMACY ABN CKEMISTTY. The nlardItats me knowa a the mot valable ce adborued. A DTIURET10 IS THAT WRICH ACTS UPON THE KIDHTBS. HELMBOLDI S XTRACT BUCHU, ACTS GEsTLY. lessau t In test uad odor. ree rom all ltqlrioam proper. as, and Ilmedlate it Ie acMtd . FOR THE BATISFACTION ...

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. — 27 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 27 March 1868

N(o ed<hlan»iWtent FRIDAY WOBrING, AUC 27 , IRe. Asrts to Impose Wshlastem. tBETWTE 0o0100o WAABWHI0O AnD COW C~Fals - IMPrACMIIT rII'VTmKD BY THS FYOFLL he trial of President Johnson recall the at npta made in 17.1 to destroy the character of esident Waebhngton, with an intention. had 't ceeeded. to impetah him. The parties com ed to accomplish these objects consisted of: First. The ol poents of the fdinalg sobeme of lexander limnulton. becoi. The partisas of the Prench Direetory. Third. The o poneets of the exeme law. 'Lits :cobiUiati'a Usia'ed Washington with itterems and vigor sever M*Ie supassned In thik ountry. The vials of party wrath were poored ut against uhi through maiHgasnt preem. We re told by Chief Jstale Mambh : Bis military d political el-areter wa attacked with eqeal iolece, and it was averred that he was totally eetitte of merit, either as soldi eretatesman. he calumnies with whiah he was mailed were tonfined to hib public condaet: even hi quilt ties a a man w...

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. — 27 March 1868

)oe. is i rmitm 0#10d IFFICIAL OUrMM W TU11 TATE W LMWIMi , em. UINW. a su e sad VwssL-ses oFmZ, J. 06 OAMY gm g Aw Tuo assa k Is be"*^m 3M; g8 aTp as ange saianvainrnv ftusoi-. FIUDAY MORMUI,. MARCS 27, 1"S. AMUCtMENKT TEHU ZTVKIMe. LYTAI'M HALL-smeerites ilmeno gives hbr Ihfwb toucert. VAIP lIT T hUAllbr ,. pMepr play of the "Ore Duenkw of Oselttels.' 5T. ('iARiLEP YHATER-Esagseesat of Mr. and Un Wa kia---'"rTrdd Du u, or Tlhe Lo Cas'--' Ft be . Dacbes," AOAJDrX OF MUiC-Drmastte snd Valtr Watertail tam-I liilatd tableaux. sonags balrs. brleques. 0Ua'FNT CITY MUNGl -Neg. 0 u s4 0 . utiabas Imet--Wedaerftl ilvler so4ad se"r" l tim. We e amthorised to atte tht ground wl bi breken on the Mobile and Chattanooga Bailroad within ixty days, and that within eight month after the commeaoement of the work the road ig expeetd to be to reitan order htween tUh place sad Mobile. This ie good ews. We have received the;lhteenth Annual Report of the Southwestern Biblo Boeiety, which bee its headqua...

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