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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 2 February 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCE VOLUME XVII. SUNDAY MIORNING. FEBRUARY 2. 18R8. -- ., ° . THE OBEBOENT'' DISPATOHKEL IROM WASKINgTON. rseeeedlmte of Camnres-aBll for Rate of Iroeelad-Tlhe Laela Swamp Stoek-The Alabama ClasIm to be Natreo ed all Hesaards- Minsteer Theraeato- The ie. Cardele Cae-Asgsme"ae of Oeusel. WA.~-usiToN, Feb. l1.-The president hareco-g. rized Augutiu Boderlques tpanish consul at Gal vertton. 4ennfe-N-o session to day. Ilve'--l he president was asked whether he had appoint, d certain special agents as postmsa tels wLo had been rejected by the Senate, and under what law such appointments had been made. ' be John Young Brown case was resumed: Beek advocating Brown's admission; he denied the House had the right to extend inquirtes beyond constitutional prescriptions, and bheld that if the moeulber elected took the oath he had a right to a seat. The charges of disloyalty should coune up afterwards. when, if found guilty, two thirds could expel him. Knutt, of Ksn tcky, favor...

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. — 2 February 1868

m - -- ~ _ _ _ ih ,w @rl4m (pcd. OFFICIAL IOUnAL OF THE STATE IF UlItaIIA. .. . wanx , mac .a e IPurepaetese. crlmIs, a. e 04 A"r one m1 THE t)ALr OR.IOMSNT Ei pubeha S Mhbmso, Meds -.pt rLas o( A~ £ewrmss /ture aloth L ueaths. S ihath& m amnas.s 12 assea.s ,mas 17e adi rs6n lrm . se r3m . m r G t..3. 43 " p n rear.... 57 " $4 N0" 15 &dm . $· $1 i l e "" re "" -,- ." .." f. " 180 in ta..... w " º e"rItt. s . I 315 o aM S Mate.r rN" " 5 1 30 I Ns lo marei... n " r1 1 " s ne .-5 6' aopet %4r * prdeomta. aeMI l ime4 die. t ora Aordsd t%*e tlrd the shoe. t Tlht and roartr sees anrS eaimer.ad erse gage OW moesh. fea lsat .deeev etaprmei bMng te em of 01e a . Oa m pul eishae $1 Ner, 8at sd secta.u busratrw M mot r.lor vtmre lA nes Wbal yvrlt. iand i;'. ,arll I. allow-tr -u esiae oathrm stel rawed tresmmt rum u ab sI. U... oe oriAdveew le as areseNmat Ih wmtda, htameia b. tohe o4y m0th.. et dSedmemamtiaoht mar d treelst ratefled s cmn t, o heartles will Ie I5Mtalhbd ds times e...

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. — 2 February 1868

She autW Ortanm ortesta. BUNDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2, 1868. [Prem me Nysalag Peint mrenu cluee ensst rLl The Old Mama sride. DY MEU. L. L. DIMINCG. Of what are you thinking to night. Atholee? Of what are you thinking to night? My hair is white, I krow I am Pld, Yet, have I not jewels, have I met gold For you, my beautiful queen, Athlene ! For what are you uighi.a tonight, Athlene For what are you sighing to-night? A qeen herself might be pleased to come To dwell in such a magnificent home As this I have given to thee, Athlene ! Why turn from my proffered cares, Athlene? V by turn from my proffered carees? YTo canrot expect a palel.d old man Coald pet and caress as younger men cag; Yet 1 love you, my beautiful queen, Athlene ! I remember when you were a child, Athlene Years ago, when )on were a child You said if Heaven should spare my life, booue day you would be my beautiful wife, I was younger, I know, Athleue, Yet I never forget it, my queen. This morning they gave you to me, Athle...

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. — 2 February 1868

JFICMlt AJUl IF THE STATE IF ,IPSM A. 49. . sies. ihMer oas repssee. SerVa , ao. a n esaw alow in r T e gm5nUpI  . amI5 g3: wtepmty, w;e alm. Iaplel 3me.3 IMP Th Wa rmsem . It mas.s/  tat, r. BUNDAY MORNING. FEBRIUARY 2. 1868. AMUaEiM TIS THUI vzNleS. nEW OPEPA OCUGE--The Frean drama of "lJea is Poste," (Arrmh-n-Pogo..) 3. CHARLES TIIEATAR-Nick of the Woods"-"G-lacoe at sew York.' VAFLIP.IES THEATR-E[ s amsN o.f Jeso JeShrer- *'azeppa"--'be Spitlrs ACADEMY OF MUCRIi--$w Vntsy O.eiMasteba-Mero oee atetsa dda, staging.,L buisaam, e.a CgiaLEriT CITY L UtnEUM-Ras . a, d n It. Cohabs nrtr--Worudrrfta livinr and natur al earnsttl-Sm.alest lady in the world-Lady wthmut armsn -Ors blower, te. Tnz DEMocRATIC ADDESR.-We direct the particular attention of our readers to the ad dress of the Democratic Central Committee to the people of the State. It is an admir alle, expansive and convincing document, and we hope that it will promptly be placed in the hands of every one of our citizens. It...

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. — 2 February 1868

leamera Moaoing part do-Var. AS ADVERTISED IN THE DAILY CRBoT eMedmi. Verheme.c t 1I6I. et M ................ MOWIAN. L ewie-C ........... T ir udN...............m A IL ) ,iAT-t. _e ............... ; PM ae Saram........ LAFOURCBE, EBarano .......... 9 A N.Y , vl.--rewf S. tee. wormi ............ MAIL StEAY-t ... .......... 4 PM w.en "l"foerhm....YlCTOe. Dnifre .............. PM Viraturg... ... . GOT L O.1RSI Eharisot......5 PM r ........... . . RTRAD Y, d tRe.........5 PM a m , M ra.. .... ...... I R V iI L . t'i n s ...... ....... 6 P M avs Sara I.......... NINA MMRS. irOnattms .....5S PM retoU at ........ . J . (IROE.RBE'K. Maertta....5 PrM Celr ..... ........ ..Yl hISRIPP. Thomp7ne .......5 PM MPIKCIAl N(YrICB. To.4oeRo In the ('ify orhoml. eat th IeT nor the oehn.l WV-. 0 ROvPR. em eeedt Pmornt. SIOee of the Oreaed SewlWesae It. W. (Orentd Iote i. 0.. P.. of I.',nilan--N.-w IMlean.. Feb, ia.tr 2. ]5Sp -An Ad, i oned nmlAnneal r mmunoctt t.n th tRE N Grad Irv º@ f. n O. 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. — 2 February 1868

OFICIM AuMAL THE STATE s LIlU AA. SUNDAY MORNING, PEBRIUASY 2. 1i . Slelsabl Oseas. BT @10n01 ALLRnD 'OW NUIi. The valley glows be iat the mnw . Warm white betwit the his, As my young sweetheart's nok seape Up from her shapes of laiey erap, And dimples a it thrilla. CHeras-8weetheart, Io the world 1 ,mow; The bells sac oo-ome," sad the heart says "go ; Fear not to be chilly, by my slde, my Love glows warmest In the mew. My T" ctter" waits light at her gates; its ponies champ and neigh ; To feel her foot upon their lur The dead wolves, fIr the touch of her, Almost bound back to day! Our sleigbbells speak, as down the peak The ringing ices slide, Wide from her hairs the ribbon flies, Her colors rise ripe to her eyes, !o swift, so hushed we ride. The streams are cold, the homesare old, The orchards gnarled and bare; Of all the world I am most young; Of al! unsung by tuone or tongue, I feel she Is most fair. The wild deer peer almost to ear, ihe s so straight, so chaste; The eagles cre...

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. — 2 February 1868

$1e ae u Orltants rearstt. SVNDAY MORNINGO, PEBRUABY 2, 1808. 3Mw* uleaus 5haq I arket. The movement In asmealal circles teoday has disclosed no material ateration of any kind. Operations in Gold sad Exchange have shoaw a teady increase trasoeetious in Ulacrrest Notes have been fair bat not heavy, and sales 6f Stock have indicated a trillug reenperation in that des cription of Securities. The New York Gold market opened to day at 140(, the closing rite yeserday. At 11 a. x. and It K. it was quoted at 14)1c, and 3 r. x. It closed at 1444. The de*eand a d supply log this market have been moderate throughout, and the actual sales inclnded $1501 in the morning at 1384. $1000 do. at 3,4, $$100i. $17,010. $18,000, $30,000 and $8000 at l:14. a es of Silker included $860 American halves at 1 .', ard some triaing lots of Mexican dollars within the range of our quotations which now rule as follows, viz : Gold lo.@14®1394. American bilver con 130 l31, and Mexitan dollars 140 r@ll. (For,ii s E...

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. — 2 February 1868

Ph IBA vrlsn 4ptarnt. VFFICUL 10guMM AF TW STATE I (IUlIMNA. BUNDAT IOWI0 e, PIQBUARY 2. Le. AIIVTI@1 3 LI, SA iU@DAT. IAs. T. TAH snt.. at 11 e'lek a a..t tim eesra of s-. t harme ai d Psrbdndiara a, faralrdLa- easof; ala, at 1r;{,A. U., so t loves toet o fe Ploa Miga. ctnoa. A... PICToN ea, t II o'doek . a m.ee IQ !rea MOSTOOEtnT atsB t C 00. asm pt M .n at P. Uam stabe, Omvr street, basesa, nmsos el. Psee adewtnameaste ns a omed lada. martuer E rtllane. Steamship Concordia, Bears, for Boston, Creevy, Nickerson Ace Steauthip Gulf Stream, Bates. for New York, G A Fosdick aoo Steamship Agnes, Bourne, for Galveston. Chas A Whitney eoo Fr steamship Sonora, Bonvat, for Vers Crox, V Perrillist Steamship Gen Meade, Sampson, for New York, A Moulton Steamer Selma, Rogers, for Wetumpka, Ala, Master Sp bark Perdicio, Peret, for San Sebastian. Master Fr baik Bon File, P ivat, for Liverpool, Zerega & Jenkins Bark Jas E Ward. Landerkin, for Boston, G W Hvnaon &co Fr baik St Genevieve. P...

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. — 4 February 1868

W _ -NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUME XVII. TUESfAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 4, 1868 NUMBER 147. llelmubld's G;ENUIJNE PREPARATION. IIIGPLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND F'LUID E+XT'R-ACT BUTCIIU. A Pi-SITIVE AND IPECIFITt REMEDY f(,R DISEASES OF TIIE Illadder. Kidneys. Gravel snd' Dropoteal SwellFre. H 71.tl medirlse In reoten the power of dlcatio and elciVte t a ki  rfttr th to ealthy act on, by w- i u ti ti tr or ca' lCe na lpe cl. t i,t d alt l onir t ,n t e-tlar, On I it. are rr (c l,al ll - ls ptli and in tlinlluaoD , ai is goi~ dior MlN, WOMEN AND CHILDLBhN. E HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, For Weke.ra erllin from LExiceus, llsLite of Dlsipnialn, Early Idwtncrettiions or Auoe, attendl with the following synptoms: Tr+lst. .i, 'r to I.xertirn, L sa of Poe.r, ); .t , sr .ry, DIPf'-'v ' Brer.thlnZ, 1tak hNori t. Tremli ng, I t r, I l It-.eo, ',ad rfiiee., r. re of teii n, Pain it the Rork. 1, ,t IlI l ll. F:uhln lgof t'' t dy, It , 'i. ' the k In, F-nrtilon on thl Fare, i.., ral Lotitle. I' li...

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. — 4 February 1868

fgtFlll iOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. ". ". WIOtl. Editor mu Preprwteor o0F0.L N *"4 orAM hrSenT. THI-iI I' ALLY (3OR113X0 JT Is pablthed 'AVERY EORINIG-MYO- 0d exputsd., feIrI aW'.poln, oI advane, 611; Waf PiMp. 68; gaaidul , t4; stals cpies. U atsm Sates . r dv.rtVst5a1E are. i1t .n. hi no.tas. II meast. i 0P0s. 1 m.ntII ...! 1 P" Is .*. , .. sIt . ,s .. teem...... r6" 93 " I U *" . 0 "" 1a.r e... l13 *136 .. q r b. 11 earno se. 9 Mee.... 66 116 "' 760 "" 6711 Final .....1 70 126 " 166 19U "" 4E " hs....._ 6. 13 1 0 terua nd 1e0rthlea. I"r'l46 196 .5 40, " e 4 -. dwred mwo-thlrd the above rIaes. and Fourth pap mouttly meI6IYiniSt. eaOc 5110$ Msalrint advertitr, um , virtis t runl tof paper, Ia--e aser tl.usi 1 ro square mch tssqranltlmsratei. l msese Idvet a moinsets d af luiervals. to be arged an sw e" pnusrtloe.a Asullr radvertisre. Ws iveRlt rlslly. ria I allowed allu ditiont ferom abovtm mamd tra1isp riebs a n may o pureed spol pra bihd., Itst in ame sadL sc di oluna a...

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. — 4 February 1868

Eht $1ew trleanm (rfiUnt. 'l ! S1r)AY MORNING, FEBR'UARY 4, 1868. Sundsy's TelegramC W c INNOTON. ( utrontd tabl e un.'miueas mid amusement was w;neIr,,t by o-b."o9.l l'a resolution regarding ex- " Sri --w.o- t, jur-ti'cr of the Siupremne ('.art rcoa t.v.t t. It e r·,.- tltut finality of the recontrr7tin h' !.. I ft reshoU tiU w,. general, though poin:ed i V ' . i or :,7.a0net Field. A ,r. . r'y ,,I the cortn..ittee are deterni: n.1 to I . k, th,. iu -:ugatin thorough. It is iarust.td t.,.t :L.e .letl ,uste even is implicated e'.uaaly 1: - t-t ortatil'., cor'r iit'y that tha ad-i ni-'-a t, :,wil oke e ron. gounud rees ding t'io 1't r 'r', a' ,d thait' t7 o 1.'"rrnl ir: wall h to i- 3 ya td.. The eituatlion excie- Il itlh iater '- :. r n- e ap; rtehe):,,n. I.t '..' , 1 ,. w:!l l,.o ,',ly he r, jected by the . ,!. ," arto -hi of K ' ':, y. J .li '.., l t. ltr iw will r- Ile a he1 C -i v'',e in . r II I.,re, but tere ianoJ pr ba Ilty ~f t,.1 b :. . ait d. tlIPCiI.t. t, ' . A r' -!llti...

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. — 4 February 1868

IFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. .4. , MWIXON, Batter and Preprtle*, OIFICE 50. 4 C(;AMP STEEM. M vet 7 tbsacripions, in adv ae 1ce:; !ks'1 r t i;: Jstarwty, S{. atigle coptle, 1t0 eant p Tram WzaI OaascaUZ la pallahMd a "*e-7 BaaardaY, '-r evtr th yr ucom, tavnriably ta ve.a 4. TI'fi.\Y MORNING, FEBi:i','!,y i. 1W-c. a l'lHME'\Tr1 TillS'. EVENINI. IE W (.-P' AI A ' t : l:- L a B e ;e 11c ', t- - ' L * '. . .. t y-- h- E vrPt VA CIt i.Fr li'i:ATl tI.,-:..F' .tt "i. Ji. Je.l"r,·s-t ACAI, 1. ly Y (,P M t's,, - ..w '..-" ,y ( .,mnhion,,t, r;- ,' dy, i elrt' 1 ,nt' ri it hr ' n eo * bnon b)i'tles ,. C P.:" 1.,T ITi I -1 FI -N.. 411 l I t r '. * .tr t-- iL tti , " ..:,l r, ..,,, l :It-eJ m .a . t l - i th ' . . . - . "~, : .. -1,1L a :s ,. mi t ,elt p' "n th:,;.g :i, leave of journ:.istic life, after an edit.,r a ! r t re t: n with the , C',:r'-vI" of m re ilath tai, ytui, a few of the profee, si,nal l tfri tls and iu'i ,"'' a" ,^ i,+.ma of "vajor A. J. Wagner hil the p...

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. — 4 February 1868

ctarners Tearing ort go-j-an. AS ADVER"ISBED IN THE DAILY CRESCENT Tueedly. Febrwary 4. 18l. S.. ..... . REIN . . M r h ........ PM T.x. .....A... LABAMA. e..',u .......... I)M Vein. .. .... . .. 4 r. A+i4)KIJA. ALtk e.u"o--+'si.7L%A IMot-. .I......... MAIL R 4T- : .. ......4 P o~ . ....... LI (1:ETIA D.: -.-i.t.n ......4 P'M W . , n' P' m .... LAURA. Wkpr-- (', .......... A sit,, t I-t ,.r ERA N . k,,'- , PM R.d It-r ....... E.. ..I N ' ... I rw l ........ PM I., I i:,, r ..... .. RO). FRANK ". ........ l. I .R..........TARLI;HIIT. *lu PV I I. . .... .. llN KILL.;1,.. : ,., ^ "r ' A l'lrn.t . .. I II. RkI . . '..., 5P (1 . .. I :. 4 h "L'11 I I kttell 5 14A V rk.. . . ..... A' AI. , R ' tn P1 S ,c .... T . , , . .T ---OUrr or the N. 4t.. o. Fand (. W. K" K. ' "lr. r rt l 11 t. rI I • t , I' I}e. 1 ktI ' l ' R lH 1 ', A ~I E I , I' h A K ' " 'KI.' TIER, F W 1'I .".,. 1' 1, , ,41d , I' \ ! 1, .4.), -A N ''.41 4, P . I l4'1 JA, 1 AIIAMS, A M '. I" A 11 4 II I.Ir, , A l , It ...

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. — 4 February 1868

ha ait OriLans ,resent1t. offJIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. TI-E-IU'Y ~)RNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1868. - -- -- - -- - -- Southern Iteme. A heavy snow fell at Rayon Sra on the ?=th. Maior james W. scott, of Houston, Texas, died on the 2ith ult. Onle thousand nine hundred and thirty six regis. trati'ns in (G;lIvet i np to the 31st. Philip " erdehauil-. in Galveston, has killed his si- in-law, Stephen ,anger. h e formed on the pond at Galveston on the 01oh ult. Tie Terreborne Guard fears the stubble cane Fas suftered from the cold weather. They are going t,, have a mask ball at Ragan's Hall, I thbo iaul, on Mardi-Gras. hey have had ice in the parish of Lafourche thicker than has been known for years. hIdinnola has a Inespian club which essays the ', aS Yof "hakapeare. 3' e troops stationed at Centerville. Texas, bhe% Le, n ordered to proceed to the Rio Grande. 1Mr. IlHnry J. Labatt, editor of the Galveasto IhDpa*',',. has beetl appointed master in chancery and examliner in equity f...

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. — 4 February 1868

&he fo Orlans cresent TUEBDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4. 186,. )5gw #rltrIas _Uon1Q tarl.t OIansa Orr0o. 10o. M O>0 , ;ondas Eenitnlg. Faeb 3. Is The most noticeable alteration in the movement In rtnucial circles to-day has been a marked ad vance in rates of Cold and Foreign Ex-hange, in flnurnced exclusively by the very rapid upward te- dency of prkesin the New York market. The ferring supply of cash t. Id has been of a very re-trieied character throurbhot the d y. and with oily a very limited demand at any time noticeashle, operations have been co- tined to the append d P nuntil. viz: $3010) at 134; &5094) and $,"l+1o .t 1.;:' : 12,1,04 at 13,Q4@13'ý, end 611(( arn $52-,00o et 1:; a i.  ats of '-ilver comprised 11759 Ameri can halves at 131i@132, and 1000 Mexican dollars at 14:1. We now q,,te Gold at 13ý 4'D140 Ameri S9ir: ilver corn at 131U132, and fciican dollars at 1424143. 'iLii.c. M( ItAN.GE--Owing to the heavy ad van:ce in (;old to day, rates of Sterling and Freocs ha...

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. — 4 February 1868

OFFiC L ;JUUHNAiL G TiE STATE OF LOUIlsANA TI E-l-AY MORNING. FEBRUARY t, IARA. AL.'l IOtM CALEL THIs D.LY. 11 T';)Y I" T P ")R 1 O l) et!, it 11 n'co, k,. a:tht At. ,.,n 1., rt, wT 1'*I.. It!.-:) flr,,itllr .. .. ý .. ý" I ' r k It a. Y Lin.r ta.r' i,, n G(;rvrar .tr-e., hsrae., u ea. t'i.. (FlIAN T NAA H I ..ll,. at 11 'etrrrk - . L .. on the lev.e Till. Mt .til II ' t " , . M. 1, ,e ,,-i'.' A. v, ,at 123 aad IT flarina 3ntefltgrnu. CIa/:.wlT rt·, o, , Ir 9 O nrwP Alatr.| T,.rut y. Fe' -ilwy 4,. I .u laoured Ve..*rdap. F' pr-rr M' -:--, ' i. 7i n,, o, fr St I o it. Master Ir0 0 -' . .1:. " t'. V., n :'..,,:" . f-r t'-l'til \V It Ki..h nl, ,,flr IrItn ,\ ' lh,,ter, l1nklronA , 1"r Ma . , I t, 1', . , !' , . J ,s K ," t."y 1 r L'out. e ,t, Hunt, for t.tr-'intt. '1 h;rn.lyke & Norton Arrived Yestertl. FuanmFLip ( ,  o, 'I. V.i i. :r,.n: New Yuk. iit ,t . 1 it ,:, it - 4 L ; li,'t t a . fu , 1 , tI", ,h titi New York, 2ith I . A,.-dik '! di-trmt ( , * i. n itt '-'tth, fr...

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. — 5 February 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT VOLUME XVII. WED!NESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1868. - . THE OBESCENT'B DIBPATUHE8S FROM WABHINGTON. The Cotton 3ill and Anti-Contrac tion 8ill Laws. TIB FIPOCEDINGS OF CONGRESS. She Gaines Case ix the Supreme Court. The Jobiton-Grant Correspondence. GRA NT'S )DEFEN E. He Accures the President of Attempting His Ruin. WET IE ACCEPTED THE WAR OFFICE AND WHY Ine LEFT IT. Imlportant Correspondence Fablished. WhsniNuio. Feb. 4.-Counterfeit tens on the Natonat Marratet BaLk of New York are in circu lation. T 'he cotton hill has been officially promultated. The text eas}: " All cotton grown in the United tItaste asit r to e year 1N67 shall be exempt ruom inteinaltax, a li cittun imported from Iorerlu countries o(.iv :isl lter November 1, l t-i, shail bt exempt Iluo ut y." Approved February 33, Ihe anti-rcntractin bill has become a law by the lapse of t,-n days. Pile saktd Ihace to introduce a resolution anu. thoizing the e cretary of war to commence a bridge over t...

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. — 5 February 1868

AUCTION SALES. 6. DE FEIET'S SALES. 7 I t eS ................................. FUr IT -s - DT 0. 3 P331rwT, Attcresona--Oe. I Bisav.llne set.a lg33NP.3DAT, Feb. LAb. t11 .'euek A. .. ae the .seetlonom'e elesrom onS6 Btll. es at pubic xctloa, wilhau ay reserve o Ulat, will be gold A gener asortscst o Herisield Farutr.e, su. as aegjaay Sednseadl Arress Iarme, Washstands. Chairs W Jslat.. Pa isll , at., el. -Ala.- A large and vertd a.acrtment of splendld obemaln Glass A SEAT ONESbTOET FRAML HOUSE, 0. 91 KSPAIN STREET, THIRDI DISTRICT. BETWEEN THE TWO CITY RAILOADS. sT OQ. s FailET. Avensemaa, Omer sad Paladiwo 86 slevrle trest SATrIWDAT. Feb. 0, 146., as 1$ .'eleek S., at te Mercheate' and Aucstoneer' Enchange, Royst street, by ruLle auetion wI he siLd A lter O(F DtDLOrNDI the T'hlr tDLlet. n thesquare bout dad by tpsln Greaten or Disuhin, Poet and Or or Barlua dy tarest. measuring 42 feet7 hsech sad a lis front aeniJpI street by 97 fee' Ill Inches at 7 ioes '"p;: lgets'er with the ne...

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. — 5 February 1868

Ph ®t *rleatms resent.L WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 5, IP68. TE 3EOOle0STCtlOIO CONvTMTIOI. FITTy-SIXTH DAY. Tras r, Feb. 4, 1%96. Slxty-seven delegates present. Resoluttins by Cromwell, (colored,) of Orleans, rendering legitimate the offspring of those who bave, without marriage, lived together as hus bard and wife, forbidding concubinage, and closing all places of amusement on Snnday, were read and laid over. Reagan, of Baton Rouge, of the special com mittee upon the subject, reported that up to the 2tth nit., $3701 40 had been paid In to the State treasurer by 1 bomas Askew, State tax collector of which $1409 30 was in warrants, mostly col. lected from insurance companses of this city in payment of the special tax levied by the conven. tion. An article, annexing Algiers to this city and eonstiiutlng it the Fifth District, (not military.) was tabled by a vote of 46 t, 13. In the debate thereupon the proposition was characterized a* one designed to secure the election of a majori...

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. — 5 February 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
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