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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 13 March 1868

hte Jtw Orleans ýrgatnt ; FRIDAYT MORNIO, MABCH 13, NS . JIM Oritns iae marke. t T!re.. 3,,.. Maria 1L4 1. The only noticeable alteration In the movement In inaseals etreles to-day ba been a still farther advance in rates of Domestit E·cbange. Geld Ti ,leLned at New York this morning at 13)1, against to ]3:'. tbe closing rate yesterday. At 10:45 A. m. .. ard 12 x. it was quoted at 1391. and at -31 P.. i. it ruled at 131. The movement ln this market W 1.5 dieclosed an upward tendency threaLthot, 9 a d ith a moderate supply and demand we htve v w to report the appended aete t siate, vie: $0 00 T000 at 14i6it~140l; $6000 and 826 000 at 1U30; $20,0'))O It 141i:'g141. and $1000, $2000 aad dtiUO at liL. l rI.s ot iilver have been confined to driblete, , sr.o we now quote Gold at 140SD)(1; American - iver coin 134@130, and Mexican L)olars at 142' M 1;Is Eiar,.n Excuwaos-The heavy advance in lajintetic has imparted Increased strength to k',,ret it Ex.hlangel to day, as the former has been...

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. — 13 March 1868

.he Io *@ 4pctrt. OFFICIAL lAINAL OF THE STATE OF LOUIANA FRIDAY MOREINO. MALCH 1i, U188. AUCTIOW lALU TUID PAY. uOWTrOWErvT wO)lW. A CO. il at 11 A. :, at P. Laers stables, Owner street, bors., males. sq. CBAR. T IASH ese. at 11 o'deck A. . at the comer o f St. I harle b ad Peredo a ret. s. u sarmtare, et, W R ae. s.trtemes e cond sage. Cassem.s OVrIC,. No NW CaMr arsn, Fridsa. ahrch 3, 115. Ceatred Yesterdua. Fr steamship Goyane, Ofsret, for Havana. V Perrilliat Steamship Hudson, Fairchild, for Indianola, in ballast. Master Steamer O'lve Branch. Jones, for St Louis, Master Bark H A Litchieid, Sleeper. for Narva, Russia, Thorndyke & Norton Pr bark Mary Ann. Hamlyn. for Liverpool, Master Schr Electric Spark, Cornell, for Belize, Hon. ctbr Walter Smith, Glant, for Apalachicola, Masuter Artved TesoMtery. Steamship St Louis, Sears, from Boston, 29th ult. via Havans, to Creevy, Nickerson &co Ist district Steamship Lassie, FeRcher, from Pensacola, to J C1 lIogers Ac.-Basin Brig M...

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. — 14 March 1868

THE NEW ORLEANS CRES1ENT. VOLUME XVII. SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 14. 1 - " 18. THE OBEBONET'8 DIBPATOK~E. FROM WASHINGTON. THI'IIE NEW GEORGIA BILL. THE SENATE AS AN IMPEACHMENT COURT. Appiarnce of the Presideat's CouaseL A GREAT CROWD IN ATTEWDAINCL frayer of the Senate Chaplain. TWO SENATORS SNUBBED BY THE CHIEF JUSTICE !tanbery Presents the Credentials et the Presideat's CouaseL FCRTY DAYS FOR PREPARATION ASKED FOR. Cppoeition and a Sharp Dabate. THE PRIDTNT REQUIIED TO AIUWEB i 0 Tll 234 OF MARCH. 1Motion to Proceed Inunediately After the Answer Lost. A A1I1(IPJIfI:) MlOTI(IN ( .ItitlEI) Adjournment of the Court Until the 23d. O'IF1Er tR .PA RZ'ZC~ Kat.. A . The Cases in the Supreme CJurt. WAnINorTH , March 13.-t- new Geargia bill was oroereu in the Slupreme Court this morning. Mr. Carpenter, on behalf of the secretary of war and others, objected, on the ground that no one was authorized to appear here on behalf of Georgia. Jenkins was not governor of (;eorgis. Toe court took 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. — 14 March 1868

SFIfIAL IOUINAL Of THE STATE OF IJWSIANA, emm n HiU . noner sad V ws-r ee. oronu is. eK OLAE wrBMin 'ILME LAILY mIU i ImfL to pebMli eEVKR UOiM IM.nda, e smepssd Wme Usen1e m,. 10o nmes, st mer vItls. 65; . .a.es o Advemsstass 0ear.. 1 m..1 3 amonth meesa. 5 anIsha I amaele l.3. 1 iss a 1 a. 5s 3 1a ' at. 75 eat Weat.... H is aeW ""r , w. :: in "" I dOW pr 10 W 6 a : .. . r I ,1 al..... 7! Ii " 9 " d Stp...... is L "" t " 10 . 4 5t1. 141 "" 196 "" "00 "" 540 45ts.s" IS .. 10 50 80 '11a Ae sem "l let "J 411 @ Veamhmeeryears eel a" ar da, to V4 Fiarae and erib pes, ws aa:thly edsre raw r tae d alrlwe, mee t . e m at n hi dieat sdveft.emlev. VR:eg tare ram of the poper, art r1tee, 51 p per eswea tor sn oastaee rtlt eas t 6161 bWertm. qab lsmrtiew. alshiar edvertt$se. e .td-"etr:l. trle'a. "'.r l t afIlwa a d1th0ea f nm abolve amed trin.atsl rtl s as say b erdaMe p mlroel at In -e " ters e rs a be rerse moae . La audvesueetits n0t marlodt for su sctod numa be ' ALi +Itt with rFgot(...

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. — 14 March 1868

ghlt w Orltanl 4*rtIUtnt. -- C SATURDAY MORNING, MARBCH 1, 1S. . Military Odwes. DECtITOlttS O APPCAt.L FtOM TAs 0t1)OAiDS OP REtGI'STRARt S- kGIITRAT S APPOINTED. BEADqLARTEF.R FIFlT YILUTAIY ThlsIcT,? New OrteaM, HMch 13, lt;6. . ISpecial Orders No.a .1 t 1. The following appeals frea decisions made I v h atrde of regittrars of the Ilt revised regis. te t:y in the -tate ,.f Texas, having been forwarded t,. these hes!lisrters, are hereby deoide and an. der tr( .t'" a ot t llnwa: " a 1 J. l Mi ax*y. Walker county, rejected by the t 1, ra,. Clsirre right to he rerstered hbac te of a -, , n . 1 i ctin 7, of the supphlemen tary reent- .t ri' '; aact. jaI'--.d Joly 19th, 1l7, expressly 'b 's ana) t gisttat.ion becasae of a parlon, ii Sapp!icant w(,u!d have been diaqualiflelt with ,. ay pardon. Appeal rejected. Decislon of , bierd snltained. .b John C. Faeton, I. G. Searey, Ti. TT. R)raoe. I i' Davie and BenGoodrw'n, all of Grirrme coaan :) ,tected becha-e they were notaries pool. , ....

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. — 14 March 1868

MP a f*s rou ýrctmg. - OFFICIAL. p AL OF TIE STATE OF LOSIAsI J. SATUADAY MOKRI2G, MAII H 14, IcM. epeMe of the Ueecstraestei Et..mmlttee em the AdmlesdOs of Atlabama. The committee on Reconetr..tion, to whom was referred the application of Alabama, asking ad mission into the Union as a sovereign State. re ported on the 101h as follows: That it is t:he intention to pursue the spirit if not ie:r letter of the law of March 21, Ivi6. enti led " an ecatupplemtetary to an act entitled an set to provide for the mare effmient goverritnent o: the rlt hl Statei, pasaed M rch 2, 1;7."'' ru fa cilitate restoration. they especially Intend to son force the aeirit of that law, when there -cems to be any conflict in the facts in eviden between the ep r:t and the letter. Such ii the true ernait ple laid down t y moral jista for the government of judges The laws evidently intended t, admit. Alabatua as a btate if, after fall registratilo with 'tire for ,i iiie ration, a nrtjurity of pioraonnehoit|...

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. — 14 March 1868

&ht ;ts Orltmis Mtiret. \ t1 t iA Y MORiM1O, M IBCa 14, 118, 'tU! erltans lenEt MDmeil. stauciiiy increaslng eae is tll the matt promi nlent feature of the movement is Altiac c  lclee. Mlfr.ey is abundant both at bask andltu the 1. :·,i (.f private calitalkts. The dsmnditr a. c mn, deaio Ihtows a steady dilmintion aad jptea (,I itt-rest and diecourlt have Ubaergoae as ~eo r,-tni, abhatever durig the past week. In the pr-e-ut incertitite of potltlel affairs, m-a, par t' - tie lie hable to mieet thLeir accruing obl:t" tIl o h r .atlhlied without ventiorir to b rr ,w it: the pturp, e of facilitating anw enterpris.e, w, I ,: itoiders of money appear willing to let it S ~r. ,~rnmnt rather than lower rates or invest i rr tifu ecarities. We, therefore. c nill te to SI - ;(, cent. Ir annuin at bank, andI 1; ; 4 (c I anontkr not-oi doors fir short gat-eedged S; r, and 10112 V ceaL, per asaura fr long ,t d notels ecured by stritoly tirst-class city t.( LI AIN Fitvisa.-The Gold marke...

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. — 14 March 1868

glt W4r grlai n t* l OFFICIAL IIURMAL OF TYE STATE OF Loui ,I SATURDA O i WINO, MABOR 14, IMu. AUICTIOI 1AL TIS DAT. . DE FERTIT emt, at 1 o'clock a. as the )lreemats' sad Aieses.:ar,' aanmms real sae. TEE sH ERIF1 me., a UI e'dmak i.. ea the MeNehmaW ad Aaetlneers' Echaage., realst esate. CHASL T. HAH mats. as 10t'Lak LU, at d5I aachu street, lraltmrm, eta. aMueTOOUR&t 3aO o0. ~.1, Ii se ad Ms AMertiU Mtt 0 0 O .tre. rar Ieteer mec.; amhe, . 1I o'etlek A. t. mt r. RLime' tabe. em o. haviiraiebt. horv.. msles, etc. tIa (t O 'TAIILE sells, at 12 o'clock a., at Nea Camp strvee a distillery M tre adverttaemeets on sereed ease. 5 arthu e nteltgeuu. Canscast Orrcts, 0o N CaS mulras , Sadmw . Emrreb 1I, 1834. Cleared Yesterday. Steamship Crescent, Hawthorn, for Galveston, Chbs A Whitney &eo Br Abip Perseverance, Robertson, for Liverpool, Zerega & Jenkins Bark Mary M Bird, Packard, for Havre, Thorndykel' Norton Echr John G Wblpple, Oarslad, for Matmnoros. t(olAenbhow & Ke...

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. — 15 March 1868

THE NEW 0RLEANS OURESCENI# V aE XVll. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1868. -- Ul M55R 18g. THE ORES 1DIPRATUOHES FROM WASBHINQTON. THE SECRET OOZsULTATIol o TIE 5IIlLa DarLC*saD. THE CASE OF JOSEPH I. BRADLEY. SEcIETARY BROWNING DOING DOUBL.E DUTY. DECISION OF OGIB AL GRAIT. District Commandg COannot Change Election Days Fixed by Convations TRO LE BREWING IN TENNESSEE. GEN. THOMAS REPORTS TO GEN. GRANT Thomas Ordered to Protect the State Authorities. THE IMPEACHMENT QUESTIOI. A. H. STEPHENS IN ,WASHINGTON. WaenigrnUm, March 14.-The asotln of the Sen ate 3eeteriay. in remaining over two hours in secret consultation, and coming irit open court with a prepared order after a secret debate sad vote. is deprecated by the managers and prsesi dent's counsel. The counsel argued that the real tral was taklrg place In secret, and that the fftorts of the maeagers and counsel were mere show work. The president's counsel yesterday seemed per fectly disarmed after the return of the Senate, and submit...

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. — 15 March 1868

FICIAL IIARNAL OTE S ITATE OF LIIANIA. a.@. I nUS . oS 6 m ae a m *eW . U Sbsheid VsRT MONINS - .g m pW5 t senii ashewipin, 15 aiY35S, $613 MAR PS . $i$ amMnerti . is3 a*ee ss . 1 e1a Rezsoe fa Adv"reasmses - " Y 3--r--r01~1~ ---, agm . .I1math Sn eeah S a Y.I h, aat. M r be tamea. m r .-I 7 " UI "" 7 .. sOns..... m " pa-- /ag " Ima. " S- la" ea..... "" a "" s 1.. l. ..... I " .. .. :.. .tuf...s. . .. . r. ,..., a . ....... "" . i a. -" s " - ags... ."a o sr ..e Itr0 . .. I 7s -. ....7 dv ree. l..w .. * .55" I 5 W. ""an es+ tw-n tihe mY. . mts. aset asid advert Paweas amat te adgerI Ia iese.. a supdi.., $1eN pr. esse, mi5 m, eel idli3S.M i ,es.i o e ra . uma s the ss.s eai by tra tal rMgl aa e. li bublished e;Irs autvr y Iemanta lk eri .i5 w ireaa wil hl pabe ahe orrsaddz Ue. .adseasd.dlmgty. 5 bfut. withglwe rotulwmssh 5 a ha dede msuUy. tura. Is the e... epd by . Lime a. le , amie. La publihed eve. " rytuad.y ae" lag. "" bewlptle 5"5 am saae., In .daas.; half-iearlt ma artr...

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. — 15 March 1868

BSNDAY WORWING. MARCH 15, cIas. Frar. BT THl AVUTOR O0 "U AUTIPUL SNOW." Hark ! 'Tis dark, A hahm Doth com Uk hea IAbe bees. The breem Blows roued The msound. Throw up the ash h! A distant crash Comes e the wind; Leaving behind The name dull hum lake mufled drum ! It grows more load Hastening the crowd. And now, through all the street, There is the soand of feet, And breaking through the air A strarse, usearthly blare. While from the distse swells The toll of monster bells, Whose voice, as thunder loud, Guides the fast hurrying crowd. Now from its hovels and its boles, The city pours its thousand souls ; Each eager in the race to gaze I pon the fastdevouring blase! Each lapping up, with hungry eyes, '1 he flames that sweep the midnight skies; Each fercely striving for the van, To feast upon a rineld man. \t last, through l1th and rime, the spot is found, r lid gaping thousands fill each inch of ground. I.hi h reckless ruffian dashes thro' the throng, L eking by force to thrust his w...

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. — 15 March 1868

P8 5a, Orkmna gruua. OFFICIAL JORNAL OF TOE STATE O LOlSIANA. SUNDAY MOUNIMO, MLUBCH 15, 186, 4 onat R eset Ve. Maeeseegba. (cent Ernest, of Klettmberg. rode oese on a eunaday mnorrlg to a great drinklng match at Etrink. Many knights we lnvited thither to drink for a prie ; the rewar esred was a gold chain. The old, well-proved knight coottnued drinking for many boar, ntil the victory should be decided; and one here, another there, fell under the influence of the moastreo bampers, and were laid on the flor as poor weaklings. anmid the load scornful laugh of their companioas At length only Ernest, of Klettenberg, could keep on hias eet, who seising triumphantly the gold chain which lay on the table, hung it around Iii reek. To show himself to the people as vic tor, he tottered out of the hall. and ordered hib horse to be brought. Four esquires lifted him into the saddle, and he rod., amid the cries of the ulnttude. on has way home to Klettenberg. Ac he pasred through the suburbs he...

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. — 15 March 1868

he t. .rlean r. ct at, BUNDAT NO)Rn,, MANCR IS, lam. JRw @rltas -1 4a6 The movement Isa faslial erle teý has, disclosed no alteratle of kd e M for special notice. Gold op d t New York his morning at 1v1, the cliga rate 7eMterday. At 11 A. x it was quoted at ij " a -t -lu. sad 2:15 r. . It ruled at 139. The degeal ad sapply in this market have been of beta barely moderate character throughout, sad ers  iluded only the appended mIautSe, vi: 114,0$ $16.000 5 t 140o . $90,00o t m140, 3,m -as $15,000 And .000 Iat 14, and $12,05 at a 8 Sales of Sliver have been o ned to driblets, and we now quote Gold at 1 1404l. Americea Silver coin 13401a6, and Meilesa dollars at UIj Fom o1x Exc. Aso -Sterilag end Frame e - tinue dull, with a downward teadoecy of rate. Offerings of Commerelal have boees i smalls to-day than had bees looked for nla vl of the very heavy aggregate purchases of Cotton, but they proved more thisasme nevertheless, a the de mand has beee of a reIemted eharscter from tie op...

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. — 17 March 1868

'THE NE W ORLEANS f ES NT. VOLUME XVII. TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 17, 1858. NUMBER 1... THE OROE8EIT'B DISPATOHEB, FROM WASHINGTON. PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. Cases in the Eupreme Court. A. . S. TEPHENS VISITS THEE PHSIThENT The Arlington rstate to be Divided and Rented to Negroi. COLONEL WOOLFLEY'8. CONFRATION RECALLED. THE NEW RAMPSHIRE ELECTION. ETC., ETC., ETC. WAsmaiooI, March 16-Howue.-lntroduoed under regular Monday call: A bWl for erecting a Marine Hospital at Cairo, Ill. A bill repealing the provision of the judiciary act forbidding appointments antil the number of judges of the Supreme Court are reduced to six. A premable and sixteen resoltions-a kind of declaration of principles-by IRoes, of Illiaole, who moved the previous question, which was not seconded. Then for the purpose of getting a direct vote moved to table, which motion was de feited--yeas 8, nays 123. Beferred to the in. diciary committee. Rnles may be suspended any time daring im petohmeat for the consideration o...

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. — 17 March 1868

j It $4e IIQatiIt mc5ttal SHCIAL IOI AM TME STATE W lUIIANtA. " .. U s. Iw. tldeB. O e/P. OV. *. . ag tsoear as64$ / e. n E DAILY r0 UMB ,a sbehtVur naIu-mw U  s w panes seasm. e sa. sage so a .at asemrter, >s mnes Ng. M Nen-t ire0e 30 A4weream ts " " ""!st... U e- ""1 '" "." e....sa d.s ...v . t" sl e i:: IM wlra s: : :r. a e se em tilt : s:s : eweas a e as3: M ns met. assO atoman, mTv etsm . ""--- s $ s d tle Sa, w --. m.esm, 1 Splreasew ; me eb bsosqmummmes, T eete mmmw, $1 " Pe Salmm st ald . pe, !miose ageu. eai. sat et e Aduaraemmis msrts ais train rvs l be ea sd age ear tenerase. u sdass m shn oe smie nmetsU sene as mNese 5d54np prmud .d , ed le das h ael uM s ee slW per ! iesa5 S togm. i r dA bsumbeo m 0 oms aevesmoeme s*5 s sd pe.m tasrl Fm-e sml.aes.e ab SadvUermeaets 3 imbes bOr emv spea"e mambo W matt... wig be psbilstedzx !lames d iaameb segedigst. to º1its witS reuuler advesd ehats jl be rdeade .alyin. 4oearo le Wae oess.mplod b yea fot seel ages TIY WIKL...

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