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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 27 March 1868

ttamers 3Ihttg Fort go-Iag. SADVERTIBED 0IN TE DAILY CBEI0UWT. Irr11, Matrh W, 1"&. eMIt ..............AIL rMAT-:n ..... .........4 FP Lafooreho ..........IiA i MI . OsOthbo....e t AW rn .......... .IBRr LLB. Or TI ..............1 AM I ........... DIAMA. Nilal................. P d Ri ......... A so . etb o s................. PW ed River . ..... . M. AR . L ........ ........ Pi PCIAL N(OTICEb. -- g0ee of Ibe Xre Osrima. JoeLsk- wsd Ga NU ertlern Raliroad Compoey, Now Orleans, Xrecb 1 3l10-Publl. notIcoe ra belo li theM the tarlM *-aaal lls, lr. ,f this nikuhcdeklo,sUlOesaisyi ilhe bed i their ilice. No 44 ra rosadelt stteel, n O1D. . April S186Li, s 12 o'cIoet , ta no ly with their Iwlter 1. g & ac AKLM. crscem y. -- 0Ic of tke Mwr @eelonm. Jlaerk sad nreat Northbern Railrnd Company Ne Orleaus, Mach ?2i. lA-In ecTfolwitr witl te tibhetaur, ao bletlon will be beld a the 0 aB te ( emu y, ie 44 Crmnodrle Sotreet. oa lOtpDAY. ril . UM 4 fro 9 o 3 o 'clock. for ihteio DirrectRl...

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. — 27 March 1868

$t gc*~ erfae granm - raiVAr MOBIuFIo. CADC w. t14 Mr. CMaerles e aste e Ma chb [fm lets mw mA abkL Bonoe tme since te ibmeH . rlferrng to Mr. Charee Dickem' visit to Aierice, ad the probs. bility of his comin to thil eity, allal 4 to Le act tit she widow of his dead brother was tiring n Chicago. in circumstanes so straltened as to ren. der his appearacew among as a duty. The atte. meat with regard to the conditie of his relatives A and to the pnblicatso of articles in several of the Easter papers, in one of which it waM stated that the emlset sathor had seat to hi father is-law the sm of 50(o. a sam saSieIt to pce her and e her family l circumotaneel beyond any ordinary D aned. PFmB thos who were lnttaaeely analaed 4; with the late Aungesa N. Dikekns, a who are a Aftiliar with the present codition of the family biheh he left, the fellowiag feim hae been ot* t taled: Mr. JAugeu Diaces mrrled the daughter of w Mr. Phillips. an Eaglsmercheat. He same with r. his wife to this contry...

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. — 27 March 1868

Sht gs eOrliam (mresnt FRIDAY MORNING. MABER XI. I1N. ae @riuns ]aJo aret. MseW =1m Ke I The Gold mwe ooeotime farm rad active. Tbhe lfering price at New York ths morning wa 131 agIamit 1364. the cloeibg rate yeterday. At 12 . it was quoted at 1li, whioL latter figure oontinued to be the ruling price thence to the weal honr for winding up brsinoe. The demand and upply in this market have been moderate ail round, ard the total o atioil comprised the apppeLded asale, viz: lMO and 16.000 at 1404: $25,1 00 at 140H; 81000, $7000 4ad $100,000 at 140; and 12 1t 0 at 139J4139!. Salea of Silver Incli.ded $800 Amerioa haev~l and quarters at 135i; $1000 at 13fi; uad some trifýig lota of Mtaesan dollars within the sana of our qunoa. tMora, which now rule s foelows, via: UjGd, 18i1 (140; Anc-rican Waver oae, UQ1(36; Mexioas dol<ain. 142(IZ143. FoiaIlo h.xcuA x-S-terling and Francs were very *til rhis mornina, bat with heavy paroklase of (otton for foreign account as the day ad vanced rhe sup...

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. — 27 March 1868

She as w dami 'rtuf. I*rFMI wML UE WAl t INMMA PRIDAY MORIDIO. MAICB 27. 186 AIrBe- Bar TUS DAT. A Cvers saSI 2awm e ate.. OSteamer T.arh, DeA r 4. r M ebd . N ester of S, aw amn -----C16 = U c sawask =oft% Ctumir4 Too»<A*. teamer Bah, Dwrig. tr SAt Mas ter Steaser UIsze Gill O'Nrl. fr St Le is, Mater Ship Eerald, Mickell, for Ulirs. W Baddeadort arig A FP lrabe. Caelyl, IGrand., Br shrB Bily Brae Bewt. er Clefwegoa. is ballast, Goldebow A Kelley Fich lader ndesae, MUar, for Galvetea. Goldeabow A Keltey Br iacr Anelina, Wad, for Utd4 , &ater Br steamsip AIee, TUna, , from Laourpol, Feb to. via Kitee, FPt Sepal and Havana. to AahbdA- ADeoP - dDitri e dlpth, fa min t y e as h d ad Iet Shp ares CDay Chas. afrom Loeade, Jan 20, to ballast, Loell A& s-Peist Fr bark Jeanne, Tarois, from Bordeax, Jan 8, to A Coterse keA-Point Br brig; b Boebt Peel, Coner. free Bagu Ie Grande. to B Troianros-Point Lagger Ilot d'tlHa, - , from Lafourche, to laster-24 district 1 o TvoWUOAT. Levi...

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. — 28 March 1868

' I THE NEW. OLI Th ROLUME XVII. SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 98. 18. ,, . 'HE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY DIANMTM, ImWATI or TO aosCK. or TaR uLADDO , uN.LArmAn or 0IraM 3 Us rTI, CA. TArt OF Tw LADBSrXAJ. OUaT 0I PAIMFULUM vATIT. * Pa emS M amme.L 6 Iw a M iM,. d oIe % ema best dd to n Is Ah dese ea bern w. e nlet meo moem a q"ma emI. e yo trekbled with t slhlaentg p) toe d ma=l of Sbeek and through tU bipe? A teaseefal a day of UIEL OLD'S BUCBOU ltSw o a. PHYSICIANS AND OTEIS PLEASE NOTICE. E mak u raend t gr SM. NSLUDOLD'8 X-. IACT *001B isep--t-nd ot ada- . CaboM. ad Junlper raes, seloeed mt i ret ae. prepared ia vce aed meta. to ratee at PbArMACY AD CKIUTITY. imee tacrertd me knorn a tAe meet valesa net aeffrded. A DIURET10 IB THAT WrICB ACTS UPON TUB KIDrYa. HERMBOLD'IS IXTACT BUCfHU, ACTS oUTLTY. Ihit I tae* Md oed. fre ftm dl lasrloeproper I, at mmemate to Is eMlb. FOR THE BATISPAOTION OF ALL, I Wedleb Prepertl ematued to Depeeatory of the M 84aSMt, olo blh the iloea Is eorret oopy: OUB...

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. — 28 March 1868

IR m m R 9 ' irn R S- D*ju - - -a pan" lLi' .--- - . -n', , S E -.. - - - nr * a %Tio so ula** w 5 iat atr d.w ** t .-- e s "a be lir-. mthisemt GE AdeUs M be o SMiM Uited emines - -mmeii oS. iM. i.sem  ebLsat b s ws pe s ese l M.U Se psuns 'iamen_ amr e easre . 'aamewrl tllal5em ab eerlase h rasi --lk-W S *d bll, tab utemes mStm hMe SirMa_ Ato DAT na~(, ~A-CH Urea r AgWgre t: w MdBet,k fa Smhounste ofther S0VWof A w Jdt poetsiamdent of th.e a w-e ofb theb A Jthsed tr J Stam, ael-.he e stidfti, to the *entl- tof he et-f-bthdg oenit b r th homtof m...u aif e md tb Jh rie.: eAntUeA te Sti, the atile eIs. ,mira be ofmgs 1-klh te Heo f Ammer A le , .-Far u eae o thera rel et he My that Edwi IM. Staton we a. Tin  iewes rep tha dourwntof vwmeo «aco, esrdeg b, tle domdl to tianwdh tde. lean of th aUted be hd the adofficaeo oe b tMr an. the psident; tht te --* gashsdee #ME t Owre-in he fist e3"lnaed osfed -o the e f 9, A. D. aMiead Ie aby that t. it wa prtonded and n61see p m ree...

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. — 28 March 1868

be n @u so m wmrmaL -?. IeUDAT En . am , e u. eoutempery - the NatehowebL Times s answer to recent paragraph the , on the above subjeet, and s we are iy willing tht both ride of t a aa a be ubndittd, we have Tlanre rin 'ig reply: CRoucmEI takes u to taek for urgin o ieo aowly upon our plsters not to rely oa cot. ad toplant more cor. It my we ar~ "too . " and edd: s If a me nls aIhke mere by plstg e Sthuoea m-qr, if he s a rn enale ex- t tins of maln more-it is eleasy hbi dly d av lent etteo. hl b been entirely too 0 e h oneoud pelitel enomoy abhoe this thing cotton and cors. Let every sa- do what he willd dvnse bln ow latoreau snd the te- T dt of Lo0 w." 0u ow what we my may appear to be very uw rs ad poltt~et esoeoy to a maest of New a eans, but darlog the j sear eoM of 1M8 1887 there are very wft lwt regln o eo ald not have nasaed It as very sound sd ile. But the fault of the plasters iS t h t y cling to the Idea of ce oo eontrry to all Sexperleee nader e Mtistag r mnens. It 0 ...

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. — 28 March 1868

a. -r Js,!- - * L-- U**. - itate m-iw , m 1164 0e0se 0m1" sleft 1111190 s ons Ist Wells"prs ea BATURPAT Y MNORrIM. WABCH S9&. 1-, AmmneIxmrrT TWsm Tvxam . VAWTIKIR THXA? -Th8U _T* I6 V f -"Alia., o , ThoBseM"tKineaw"Ma m P. P=odr." aw orral H6OUqp-rai Opel Trep--TVri mrad PIm "Jriml-." R. HAkLtS TMATSe, Tagiem en f tMr. and va, WauLo-TbMddeB Dew, or The LIt Crne"-' FA to be Durbea." AcoADEMT or "MdC-Dete m rTwie late-tawa elot-Lmmm Mam.Xu, 'se I, bel.k b- -.. KCKT cnjUKISU-ssm, to a 42 a c&M nIsa etns--Wemdtc Itll m ml tnmbm. TaX ScanATr Causam-The Sunday Cas, d ,, all respects, is a paper which we offer as creditable to the literature and journalstio enterprise of New Orleans. Filled with the latit news by telegraph and mail, with in teresting local events, with a misellany of liteery coonibutions original and elected, and with the latet famoial and omnmereial intllUgnce, i4 is a paper which we ofer to the public with entire eon fdene-e in its being acceptable. The Sunday 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. — 28 March 1868

Xm"tW .rt p"- JO a Ad ADovTYm D mI m ST -L 11w Tor. ........... Omano =no1W30 k.P1 ..... M ;"Yll . . OSzTE . Mexam. 5 ew Yo rt ........E.I..Olln a lrl , . .... S IM .ror...... ..... 0c1ii1 1 r,? -"- * . . . rl am . r... ...........i ri TD. Im u, .......» m - n ..........a e ... OL M AI . P aUreMl ............ I-- ............ M..... I 1, .... ........ ,.Odd ......... i s. 110 utho,4.. laurp.. ..........AU IL .. I w  ........... #Ne8, ::..s.: Ai?'*S. i"- t et t... ... ..c1' ml .. .. . , fr .... r ... .... XT1r .ie ey.... .. t.el l S-iT.. ...t.. w kv. ....... P p L r...eo o . lle a etni oit . .P T.... d.., ee P se, mie * mUp*, JMw Orila. Mah N. Im --In oftr amity with egn g .e.nMm e.. e. t.e 9heat aI te ae Api I.lff e pr hette e"m eAI. , r 11 l-be woo mm l g of A . t -p.r ,c, i.hr aLnr .. WPA. A! PAia BM I --i0e. *atil. Now e4l-.-. J'im- m-ed the n wlem I Ralltrd 0aempar. alexM«te-, Mauc M. is-PI-t'r nll taie uls orerby goem thet Maa eta m boeat Nee 0r oif thusr lhheldM ofthis Com ...

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. — 28 March 1868

-' m ** vwv i-; hsW ash to rWsa "gii . ,. ,- m ag-., ' as . . me. th armg who has mermld L pe Ge e. so m any V-e 0% -* aledW vtilegeary was made SVWe tat GbritnU Iregae eh a lno t , ad  bseelr Bein im elmwhee. I otre s .e.le_ _m e thee. .l I M mnd Seai e. e ineqiry was madei Ne mowu, that be ha "e; that hk n OL Le-i, i there nbrei u ilthep llbiervice o wr eei .me oi n Ja * reimi Ltar5, ase ti se Ualei whit ·m. pa l 1 hoalit Atem. ilet ahe er. he ai had ri a i eWu"mu dead to bthe peope, he had had cs e «or so efhto Ilofis appeiniM o coulben lal Heatthiem ittmabead ve mop.s * from oee, exemt the Saesho be d mude in othe ily cound--clae wnass he dald thpublie welfare demastod, Icoed t met anuwbwal d sCIatal out seasi, withetregd to tpir, with a vlew too. ay Utt*ia*'a M grui seeoea& of tor efce rI the currenc. alcti on ws disapproved of, and the eurremey declied ut MI e lNred el f clratl. Before theCo bllmeatie. In these appontments he selected from A great nmber had bee fad guilt...

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. — 28 March 1868

Pft ^tfw vdm» mfiiu BATURDAY MOiOMI .'~ W -'ll The only evmant of ex"o ti th t has transpured to l1acaal .olrto t, e of our lht weemy ammary wam i Im or by some bold thef of a ma oae a 5,0c t eab froabe t w e sihlrdsadk of the Canal l"nk, but a the lettter lstitntion ts a weUl fenid IM lea b rd en dmme the los of teabove n U , (wtme ayY be r coverd esaMu t t ay a way ict i adit or standing. O<u eysOl l at beak aad It the bUaodf r h a  tl J avy fall ltg off i WprecFieas » tola4e a flarge nvretmate ht iSBt , d olvat partiee apper to be ia dly alsaat to borrow even upon the moat fcrmuabS a. BRt of Interet and discoqt re amn ladnt ,unAba , howeese. and we a mi t m e rerflg- ares.: 8 eeat. 9 usam at bt, sad lT 7 eWa 9 month ot of dooer for Mort lit'c d papot, and 10~12 V cent. sanne tot dlatd paper a cared by strictly At cty sortgge. GOLD AMD Lv-T.-TMbday operations Gold have been ggeerly heavy i the peat week, and quotations have aied laMserdea with the luctuations in the New ...

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. — 28 March 1868

U IAL oMUSl w T= 3Ta16 LIOWmA BATURDAT MOrE11 . MABOBR . tl~s ACoreT s,&, T,5 IAT. e. DK rBnrrM. « ,tr«cImr . M(WM rfe* A& n. DL IH 1a6. eU- * al ., t the Orlm ORl& . aaH mites. s . a )sta-rt T**Itsma. Ma 8tesmer ndiaUs. NOW fa LoeloieS , Mater h51e m, iei eo se So B King, Dekar for. ebob, M0Nar An" - sereas. Br teaUop o is, ait, Freh, frm rdiet, Wta, -4th d4 to -etor-Poat rn Agar, -Polint ter-sa-a Schr Geo A Pierce, Farrow, from Cienhragol, to J Avet-2d district 13 Lugem E Pri Be Move, Oaleas vad Arthemise, from ;jowche, to mMter-l district 16 aTKaisoAve. Louis lle. Bhank, from HOlaet ntl. ig ents. LeathD , fret Viesburg. Bismarck, Entoker, from 8t Loe. B L Bodge. Monatga y, fro 8bhreveport. l fourehe. KoSi, froa Shreveport. Sam Mervio, Walter, from Madion, lad, with sia barPcs. Mwy.O rowt. fte Moalto-P R. Boe Franks, Carleton, from Jeaeroma. ter-w Gesmen WOO Br Ler Joe Kelley. Brya . 4 day from CIfbea. poe, to Goldenbow & KelleTy-Cargo molassesM to J Avet Br bhi...

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. — 29 March 1868

THE NEW ORLEANSTMESCEN VOLUME Ifl. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 108. . 194. " THE rOELEmG 'I8 Is ATOGBE FROM WABHIINGTON. .31. EAUCOC'S EXW COxZAlD. PROCEEDINGS 0f CONGRES8. THE .AI&.BAMA BILL. PIIPARATIONS FOR THE IMPEACMENT TRAL. THBE WVHIMKY BILL WAnmemrox, Mark 2.-Gea. Hecook com Usd. the eptmest ot the Atlauo. &Mne-leoltio aiqled lsqiring of the presdent whether he ed etabUleed anew mill tary dietrict inece Aaget, and if mo, under what name? The report of the ocsfereao cominttee on the tax bill was rejeted. Wye mal It waold 11 the penttetlaries with goeveamr officals. Howe aid that woald be a good tngr. Morrill, of Maine, mid he did't believe them was an honeet ditiler Ia the Unie. BSeate adjoned to Mouday, at 11 o'olock. ou-a.-Afto Wt d p lp, the A.irs & -1 hmIt'* IPA = t m t id wastet deehatd by o to 20. A m t10 Arle oat the econd oction w carled--4 W 3 . Stotens's amendment granting Maltrvl sfsge wea defeated without a divbioa. p-di'se sabrtlats wM adopted 27 to. I...

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. — 29 March 1868

IF W . J IF am ef *11B Na m!" ivo N- a 3" W n L U aDI ' - - s I l- I W: is an maqw an UP - m - I -iIn - - A a m 'veo~okI - --.a n tot S-a some me t o Pun~i~ tosrn SokPm SMOSOm NNW £Sm essmm o ash 1106G a -a . - a00146%oo ~-L~LL ___-m Y aw - - -nwo w sown e s jIfti~E 1u ass m t u 43 0 us tun o w - I - So ws Tm axE ?oerywo. Of A LKemnS .d& gocnt. · o bdoi e ob a Lmdai rgisw , n Sou of tick is mas wwn . ha wiwvow2.4 ad at th botoofrftwvso in Iews.-ty dsJ at Th ,immdo of Li T.. r of Jms. udo sy. in SMORM6 ma wmoun ja i - mo c ocat cogrs-2 ar~ia rm Cuplat Cegus re~sxea Cap'sr Cmbmha utod , akhe rnmmdor ha Lmstu bo ok bomni iaW Cap-ms C.sagm ,up Ibm" Oftes om tbi by a·dreemw OLetAes L mIt 04 P001 p .Je6ieo em7. Lrtosm pom m rm metfpcf rszqu to immb a P' of taboos facts. DIrawrm or Or&a rma Tawrz rea GuIL vwrs.-we commimis wrh own isren of momm. mod ws comeswmAls"mmm of Galvestaee, Ine acsmwag *at Mr.GginvvA~,a the t-kx~wu Some eier ci (OMW uoee.,a esec *A a& W mogmein wit NISw...

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. — 29 March 1868

BUWDAY MOBRlNO. MABCR 29. 1W 'nh mskose a- lto W06s e fth m Is a Vse -IOdrtsb The holly b.a*I.a wall; And the bard' retainee were blithe and uy, nAo =e#pIrtha Clrbrism helMa y The baeoobe-l,(WM a* fathde me s, Bi beauL o. ow Lovel' Tride; o ts It ?h l et M M a to too Ibeetarof tat g emy eof tuy. bough I "I am wery of danesf row." she cred "** Hwe tU rr a mest--Pl hid-- Ill hide; And, Loell. be sure thou'rt the first to te The clae tomy secret hiding .teoe. Away ehe rma, and her s began Eeh tower to search sad each nook to sena; 'And young Lovell oried, "Oh! where doet thou I'm lonesome without thee my own dear bride." Oh! the mibtletoe boughl Oh! the mistletoe bough! 'They sought ber that night, sad they sought her next day, And they sought her ia vale when a wek paeed To the higst, the loweet, the lenelet spot Young Lowell sought wildly, bat found her not And year flew by. and their grief at lat Wu told as a sorrowfol tale long put; And when Lovell appeared the children cried. "1ee...

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. — 29 March 1868

vFfAL gm I WE WI4F UMIm. at am m *a p Iu amg S s. Shebo oofi OF" Im i t mnw Common, ft me as Perssm-. b6ed Is se BUNDAYT ORBNIN. .MALCH 19, Ur8. AimW31NTsI TUB AWZIX-. XW" OPREA nOoUn-"LM Idea dolMa A r, Mnd *Lie IL Chptrr I." YVARIYIKR TWEATIB-The sew Iec pl "ky.-nigh" "Irish Soldier." IT. IARLEP THATIEB--Rasreement of Mr. and IM. Wm'khl--r"Tmdk 3101. er The Lte Os"--'Th Asr entL ofe Lve Lrer." AUADElK Od 10 I-Drmae d VTarety Utertals mel,-1ist Ummea maoa.s a. b arkesq 38OMIT OlYTT UP1UM5--1 * m0 Md . h Ltan ees-.oa Wm crr alol-e e ast s . a ae osihe ea m--W-. t de..M.a . enl rkollt. A vry interetig letter is regard to Brail, fhntled to us in mseaeorip by a oommeroali hea oa this clt, wl be ouad i to-day's paper. ' Head," In to-day's papr, pleasantly reoounte the particlars of a duel wolch we do not believe 'h ever bad. " Bead " does not always coalae imself to the tt. Ih amber eoloam tB be foand a full deeerip ios of khe beatlfal gold-mouated horsewhip which will be oe of the 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. — 29 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. — 29 March 1868

WIt AM% V nI IMMi A som ud a Wr-dy. Mr. Tmtayssat. w rf l othrpomi& 9G" W4ds, wMk w * e awe wh Ones, a W"466te t rho rM h ane. Th his latest eaotrfibtim to t aGagw: M1«6-19«. Ill oaf atower in e 4, Ad New Year sad Old Yar met. had wtds were roring and blowg : An I mai, "Oh years, thae eet i tern, ve ye aght that is worth th knowing? SelonM enough and ezoalrig, Waudier coming ad ingh, Ma s enough for depo , U saght that Is worta the 0nwiyn asI my feet were aowlm, wave on the shingle p Old Year waria aad g, Abd New Year uowiad roirlg. It a weported that for the foregolg and alnar sttepts the Laureate roeeve fabulous prices. In literary merit, however, the following burleane equal the original : 1897-1888. I st t a a 'bo in et, Good Words I bhA pi ed to gt, With Teyson's last wItolg And I said. "Oh, bard, who work so hard Bave you aught that is worth the knowing ? eses enough, a4d so bmorg Twaddle quit overowing, Rubbish enwag for depo ; But is rth the nwing ?" iariu te walls wre...

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. — 29 March 1868

iht f i Crlan* r rIs t. SUNDAY MOMBWO, MAiOn 29, 188. a]a erias asge pater. The morveIMt finsacial eirle has dlaelosed o marked alteUtion of say id today. Money as freely oered a pnt v fio u res, but the upber ofborrowers was very umail ad the re to of currency have further added to the -e. elation of dormat oepiML GOLD.--The New York arkt opeed to-day t 13FJ, against 13l, the cilg rate luat evening. t 12 X. It w quoted at13A, and at 3 P. m. it till ruled a the lafttr Iure oLbre a were ra. or light in this market toaay, and with a barely oderste demand rullg throughout, operatione ave been restricted to the appended amounts, vis: $1000, $(00 and $30,000 at 140, 875.000 at 13 ( 140. $10,000 at 13l, 88,000 at 139i@139i. and $10,000, $10,00 and $7,000 at 1395. a(tes of bSlver have been coonfed to driblets. and we now quote 139I@140 for Gold. 134CI36 for American bilver coin, and 4421L43 for Mexican dollars. FoRiaON ExcHANO· -There has been a let up In the demaud for bterling ond Franc...

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. — 29 March 1868

*m FICIj OM TKS PAgl iEt i sBUNDAY sOrWr, AW. 2AiC . "u . AWeTI@3 SAX"n IfW&AT. Pm e ves i eO sPae a lme NOe adts no s~al.Ixtume. Ia l--d. i-" Bt O1T1iMR kemr a a1st . * i te ats A. t. r p. " p ashmUem se he laasc os . talsyl e those Ile m am. iun sm 0011a o 1r 1 e. [PIFm tho Ieta X atUhy.] Netler w mjesty, logenie, nor any one Geee irBla e Pahs, be moeh opportunity tn trip it on tkel dtg kotooteet. The anvian wItrWl r lese be "Uoe thrt of New York, and skalhla i therefree--ark b bee hretoore-a rather rare seeomplislrent. BPte the Introduction of the rM semiMdetarda is t he Bo de DBolone, by the ueperor, however. ran pportuaiy hai ben ellbrded thoee who love the ptinme to oceasion. ally Indulg is . About five ylan . a I was thking me aeers towed dly drive to the tbeatiful ' Boin," I was accosted by some ApL ica gentlemen. who, In spite of the frosty wefer, etill persiste in a duy heseebaek ride, wit " Are you going to the " I be- tse" of -m. Where is It? at the lake ' NeO,c at...

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