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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Orleans crescent. — 9 May 1868

Pta ye *rleans htm. int, -it OFFICIAL laOnsA1 OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, -- ------ a fa afs SATUIDAY MONLING. MAY 9, 111$ last -- - - Li AUCTION SALS THIS i A . fi"e THrE sWEIUF sellsr . t 1 o'clock a , st the Mabbsn and AseaieIter' vhba.ae, real .eta. Tgll .ONeTABLE l*i, st te o'dlet A. . at the Wstwn We.boe.,e. corn.r a Julia sad Foehbrstroeea, nbemsl W tItI re T WONTUOII4M BOW i A 00. si, 1 II e'lok. es k, tr foul Actio Maut, 857 Camp Neam, fnritu'n. rec.; elan, II o'elck A at. at P. Lnrs sabale. os thVr srheet, brne., male, etc. ta S o. d. er*'.ewts nn third sate. sbr wbi teo @rlians IonI arktt. flis.,v Ons , e. Oawl 3e S, i Frtday Kee . may 8. I. d Nothing has transpired during the past week n to materially alter the couditioa if tinanciil alffirs. t Currency has gradually but steadily accornuna'ed trwt a bnook and in the hbnde of private captthlivti. wbtle the demands for accomnmodaion have oeen at ristricted thrgonbout and rslte of interest and dicont have remained nominal...

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. — 9 May 1868

OPFFPICIAL. SIATE OF LOUISIANA. sAzesev DwrnarmanU. New Orlames, AipeD kh. il t WN3AUL. S. Zollehsor has tw ap p.rr.lar baeo blr his ei ad. cease aod s sa ti er So ead far thei parts o rtseamas, t.-wit: I. * ers dostI the Ik of Mapteombr. 1584 65 hbe sum SEOile, nd y ki m m pre ald Lo-us enso Aleaeoer Marks, ao eceites. I A bond dated the 3d at Febraauy, 18f4 br the am*e anm-at. ad signed by the same persons Notlio bri he y given c,. all persoes Inlerted in Sh mahv. derlbed b d to sber or caue. wt rlting. at the oftn-, f it, ret-ry ,of' !tot wth i , iety days af or the net Ds-l-ca, ol heeof, s hy the said bonds should not be nezlsed and a sut ed livine sude my hand Md eoal f the State as absi,e JOdliU IDeERE. wand the lavpetrd a fofr csthe nied irthso nonny duweroa. JOu lU4 ,v 8 By the Gouverorl Gevernar et Loeisea. J. II. Hlanl , Uertafytl9ae" ETAT DE LO UISIANL DarcWu.e Dto Lt eLCuvr. NiouvtilOi(Meae Ato el AsriI. tI ATTEWDV que .. . 3ell:eler as Ifst. no. spple('lt ,n pI...

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. — 9 May 1868

week are 23.r6 bbls.; th sale 844 bbla,. and 5 m espes 1484 bhl. Cca.-The supply Saturday was limited, and. -rith a fair demand, prices were rem. fSale wer 5~ t'eb at $1 03 for mixd, $1 05 far white and $1 07}@1 10 for yelLw. Mnday there was no change to nott-e; the supply was ample, bet the deumad eootiaalag fsr prces we'e nochanged; sales were 6287 maks at fall prices. t Tueeday the market was steady, but operations wa ietricted to 1200 see at $1 04 for white mixed, and $1 05 for white. Wedneaday, with a Ifmited supply and fair demand, prices were firmer. Sales embraced 4.500 at full prices. Tkiroday the heavy receipta caused buyers to demand conces alons and holders gave way. Rales were 89.;0 sacks at 99c. for mixed, $1 01t1 03 for white mixed, and $1 0401 05 for prime white. To-day there is a better feeling in the market and prices are trmer. Sales are 4102 sacks, of which 201!r I sacks ordinary at 94c., 500 sacks white mixed at $1, and 600 and 1000 sacks prime white at $1 02 j...

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. — 10 May 1868

'TiE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUME XVII. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1868. NUM A Clear, muooth lbas EEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION -rouLLow vsa Va or WHELMT3OLDM r Coacentrated Extract Sarsaparill. r IT KEMOVWs ILACK SPOTS, FIMPLES. MOTH PATCHES AND ALL ELUPTIOZB V OF THE SKIN. In the SprI Months the system atuerally sedergoe a r·oiage aid HMLMBULD'S H OHLT CONCENrT ATED L11 hACT OF BAIHAPlAPALLA is assaistat of the tgreatst valwa YOUGO LADIES, BEWARE! Of the ijarious rfe-ts of Face Pewder. and Washes. All such remedees close up the pores of the skin. and in a short time destroy thi somplexlie. II ,.u would have a fresh. healthy ard youthful appearance, UlE HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT 8ARbAPARILLA. Wt a few of the worst disorders that mflct mankind ariel tbmmeeruptlonf the bleed. HELMBOLD's EXTRACtr BARIINAAILLA IS A REMEDY of the tmorst valuse. IELMBOLD's EXTRACT SIlRSAPAEILLA cleanses and renovates the blood, InstIle the vigor of health into the system sad puargs out the bhumor that make disels. QUAi...

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. — 10 May 1868

glht e e rlw.rms (rtsctt. FFICIAL JOURNAL OF T'E STATE OF LOUSANA. - ---~--- ----I S. N. InX1o . R IHe f .eemseb. Oflit* , Ne. n e o ?ar ItweZE. £?lE DAILY OREOI CciN's us pow""hed E RT UO3WINt-.medq5 5e5p.t euci s sstranesr , toin vneas 8.4 m lam resmp. 8: GeaerIty. Mt sgieasers. ai se Sates of AdvrW aasts gps. I' a ieais m i meat"" Ime. as" I5 m  n.~ u U ...... Iart act n . OIrse so ac t ., ton U St5e..... n ihis 60 y!" " .. 53.... G1 " 15 "" "" 5 ." t ... IS . " I - t 5 rIre..... I .." W ". 5o "- s1/ -- y " RU "" Ii . 0 .. 1 ~ :: r...: . 16 " rl - m, m, sS a .... I270 11 " 10 "" Si.t.. "" 15 . 150 I BS erv s deme. :a f ss 196 ", I be tauasmw.. st, a5" "eo 1. o6 '" aS "s eas mtseurt-n /! -Iva .. ipm ".t 14 ' tina." " 6 "" ro. s iss d from mle a treatet tes I may mwn Uspm; premd sls. stats s dIaseUl mob blsm a. t per l each ls ti. AIl wnsat advertisemeats mast be aM fofr ta adewm All adrlertis nmta not as;red for amy pemtSetd lamb/ of ainthos will be pthllhead a tme sad eNare d...

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. — 10 May 1868

tsu at rumani frwusnL IUJNIAV MORNINJB . MAY 10. L$68. The labbath. Fresh aildhs the hrok and 'lnw the gale, Net y.ni'*er halts the qmnlt rhll Tie awiuaing wheel, the r..suiug mald, Hlow moti,.iless and still! tix days of toil, poor child of Cain, Thy stre:l;th the .lave of want may bhe; Ti seventh the l;mhs escape the chain - A (;od nath made thee free! Ah. tender was the law that gave Thir holy re.pite to the breest - To breathe the gale, to watch the wave, And know the wheel may test ' But where the waves the gentlest glide, What Image charms to llght thane eyes? The spire refle-':ed on the tide Invites thee to the skies. ITo teah the isoul its nuoblet worth, The re. f-tr rrmrtal tail-- i girn : Go na.te' the trief reprieve iro earth, And pia-s- a tliest to Heaven. They tell thee. in their dreaming school, (it p, war trn ,,Id dominion hnrieI, When rl-h aid l )ier, with ju.ier rule, Shall share the altered world. Alas! since time itell began. That table Itrth hot foole-d the hou...

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. — 10 May 1868

Slit .gem Mrlqnri ¬gtsr t, OF'ACIL IJOUNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. J. 0. AIXON, Edgter and Pr.opa5eser. OFFICE, Ns. Y4 CMF STREET. T1.rly Rabertipit, io s st a. onsa, $16; hifyarly, _ q.a r't , $4 File eimn. IU oots .-Tun. Wrsla y'iwe lprey'. pbtllsbed every Aats:dal Fak-.r as $ invltabbh in dnwecs S ' NO* R ioNIN.(, MAY 10, 1956. aJM LJLLMEA Ta TnIS SVUNIRO. PEW OIPFRA Ho',tF---BR.n-f ft Albert i Wy-"Rc,. manee a 1'..,, 1 r L.,g t dram·m ii five ,.. £OALDF.MT OF MItST'-Dramtie and Variet Rtertain. A t-N. F, R-.,t-,se Jqnse ahgie-Mr "sv. nmalgh--Z uas. T) 0- 54 nso hfllets, burleqss., e Tri'e ,i ,I NI i r t IauLr--Our special tr]~crni~~, ; In i W' hington declares that the aceiluittal of the President is now considered ce tInli. 'This te:e;.rrinl c.omes from a source wi ih; i as, s no room to doubt the accuracy ol the fll rn,ation. We are haIppy t learn that the Nac-nn'y created in the Board of Assistant AlerIri-ui by the resignation of Wm. T. IIepp has behen filled by the appo...

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. — 10 May 1868

taing fort Weqau. SIN THrB DAILY CEUCET. umlaw. may 1i, IemS. P.... . iORiN. Qauik. . ....... A I..... T. Y ARY Bere ..............tO AM .JOE.PHTNRA Irwt--Cm ... .7i AMl ....MAIL BOAT-e ............. FM M.ea y. May II lowS ow...... IDAHOE. Blanks .............. 5 P ......... lyE. ieebtnose...... PM .IRYTILLR.Greee ... 5 Pr MAIL IBtAt-4...re ...........4 re tn" 1, SAL .1%E0'iiIs.C. et ('h.eampetre and Qrtaid Toerne 11 r emnl , ae a pttlr Inritatltrl t, ro in  e at, or ot a , of the rater in the YeVtt.l. ail 0 es asunr Immediately at the oufnilet C the o tee, t·, un r se ich the entets wl t he ridal-n can he hre ab,. a. , a tleh, at t thie Mta diie, t.e hb ryetelt Rtetee The meshrr. srl Monst IL1d1cuo O . w re. ere t ,- t .a.-sTa .lr Hal heatJhhDY May 1I2 T ' Irh.e t:'cl kp htllk') fnr uhe purre AH l o . , r it- re'er.si'a to I rrmllre Per-t Saert Walteir ( llml sad J-,wh rem the ri ee w' . er~. r  t  thie .'n, ertmF ei for i l- lb , emerIer Oth er. snld m-!m'r- if hll i eie. aa...

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. — 10 May 1868

nis I erttns 4twet PFFICIAL lOMfINAt OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. SUNFPAY MORNING, MAY 10, S16t8. Th. ham.ew a she Wail My home a stately dwelling is With lofty arching doors; There is carving on the ceillag high, And velvet on the foors ; A rich and ucostly boildil, t Where noibeless servants wait. L And 'neath the eectecheon's gilding None enter but the great; But a ban pier home is near an a humble cottage t And I envy its sweet mistress the shadows on her wall. My pictures are the pride of Art, And drawn by cunning hands; But the painted figures never move, f Nor change the painted lands; c Before the poorest window More gorgeous pageants glide, Witnrn the a,wliest h.,uebeid More lifelike groups abide: And I turn from soulless symbols, that crowd my gloomy hall, To watch the shifting shadows upon the cottage wall. My stately husband never bends t to kiss we on the Ihpe; His heart is in ais Iron safe, His thoughts are with his ships; But when the twilight gathers t Adown the dusky ...

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. — 10 May 1868

BUNDAY MORNING. MAY 10. -hw. * @tw Orlxns IPtn grarw. Uesisy sin may Ills The movement in financial circles to day ha presented nothing whatever worthy of special remark. Gold opened at New York this morning at 1391 ; at 11 a. X. it was quoted at 140; at 12 M. It ruled at 140,. and at 3 P. w. it closed at t~e latter figure. Hates in this market have be"., further enhanced, but, with a limited supply an I denatild throughout, there was but little if ar Iicrease noti*eable in operations. We appea particulars of the priscipal sales, via: $4000 G .hi It the mroning at 141, ; $56000. ,000 and $l(i 01)0, snb yqute tly. at 14l:i ; $J5:t)i. 6, 816 . l I 'r), at 141. .Sales of ilv.r embrace 20M(, Mexic.1 dollars at 1434. We now qorte Gold at 144't ~41. Arrer..ej ;Iver con 13 1(Z13r, and MSehogu dollAr,. 114 1434. F:,it r,.. Ir; ANrs--Drawers and hol lers of Pirling and Francsa have enhanced their ra'i- to. di; ow:rg to the rapid upward tend-ncy of the \,Nw York (:old and Exchatige market...

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. — 10 May 1868

---- - t% Sew sitas 4,4tseall. Fa DFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOuIIANA. FU;NDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 18UR. he th A CTIO@ RALS MO DA1. CBAL. T. ALPH sll. t 11o aetork A. w.. at sal-o ra bcrn t. thar.e sad Pa.til., tmrnatue, am sed w . baces. etc ci 0. DE FERIE? es., at it o'Lck. a., -a premitss a46 t (amp treset, boasbtd turuitare 1 EOr't'I)oERT MnttIR. A Cu. tll as 11 a. 3., at Pal int Laser's alats, OGrotse stre. here, maim.a. p. r . r aor.te.mrtts om second r.se. _ e Afrter the attrla. fr iFrom the Atlantic Monthly for May t Yes, Faith is a godly anchor; ;t When skies are sweet as a psalm, ci At the bows it lolls te stalwart 1 In bluff, broad-shouldered calm. Iv And when over breakers to leeward tL The tattered surers are hurl'd, {" It nmsy keep our head to the temnest., With Its grip on the base of tie world. ct Bat, after the shipwreck, tell me ar Whet help in in its r thews, fa Still true to the broken hwser, am Deep down amlng sea-weed and ooze ' In the breaking gulfs of s...

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. — 12 May 1868

TE EW OR LEA S RES CENT. VOLUME XVII. TUESDAY MORNING, IMAY 1, 1S6IS. NUMBER 231. THE CRLE8ENT'B DISPATHE. FROM WAdH I N6TO.N. THE I31PEI%('nHMiNT QUESTION. AN OMNIBUS ADMISSION BILL. The Form of Voting Adopted by the t Impeachment Court. HIIE L ,.'TI:ST INI)IC'AT1ONy. The Radicals Claim 38 Votes. 'I:OTEST AGAINST TIlE RECON STRUCTION ACTS. E:LL REM OVING POLITICAL DISABILITIES PASSED, b WasHNrosT, May 11.- Reveral newspaper men. of known impeachment proclivities, report convereati,,n-i pointing to acquittal, but trnre are grave doubnhts that they are decoys to bets in wb ich they have a commission. The Sheuae went into secret session at half piut 10, but previously, on mutton of Mr. Sherm tn. :rmade arrane ments to prevent any demJnutra tsrns to-nlrrow. In the House the regular call for bills and reso uInlons s Ipr. grYeeing. The reconatsnction committee has prepared sn iimmbus bill, admitting all the ttates or 'ie b ii. eft Arkansas, which it is intended to ilntroduce this afte...

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. — 12 May 1868

jhe hIvsm (rnps W sctnt. OFF.CIAL JOURNAL OF THE S', ATE OF LOUISIANA. J. O. NIXON, Ei'*.er sad rops.pet.r. OIFIC3, Ne. 4o CaMP STREU. w'.T.arly Wnbrript!nms h a.vnes, 1e, bal earyr, $f. 1av1r tn, $4. ShIsl. copi.s. iU eeti s-Tws Wewslv 'ct'crtep t publied every Satsl'd. fib.' r v,,"'n . lartal.HI is adruace TI'CSDA V MORNING, MAY 12. I)S. &MHesM2UNT THIS IEVEINO. wET' OP'EBA HOCUS-Donaettil'opers in two ats,I " r III do gi nt ao•JM&t or I. ML.-ID.smat.e and Vrietv Entertain. mnr 4- 'K , I- 'the L rooent :ri rt r nr w )riOu.s ,,y )l}IIeh. - er,... t- Nr.s-tt ,bel .Ian tgle-5-r ,'a vrtmuti -- w s· Drl--tg, -ttnr.. hllot, bnrto¢uo otI S See sueppI.msa. Tuer IMi  st( iM.Nr TliAlA..-The vote on the impeachment articles is to be t.aken to day. Already the tileerai,h bin,,3 reports of the deciatiatons of senators in rcret sRwsion, in xrplhntin of the vote which they has' resolved to kive. the result cannot Iie con nde.red, by any men.' ,. "re. The telegraph informs rs, ...

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. — 12 May 1868

itbamrrs atimng port @o-fa. AI ADYERTIBED IN THE DAILY CREBCErT. Terder· . NMay 1i, 1es. Tex' . A,;NEP. Wilr.W ........8 AM WIro-m Pltce.. LAUIA. Walker--:ar. .... a AN Pal Rierr ...IIPKIONN. T ....... PUr Vlthlbt,,r ...... ((. ALLEN. alon.. . I'w (ihschttl Rver. IDAIIE. tnks ......... 5 ra Moblt, MAil k4At- ..... ......4 PM *4PIE;IAL N(vrlr ia. -- Fete C(hmpetre and Oraud Teianm mern All erile.men 0r:et'tlctt nvitotinnt " ril i tntr. eot. t s. sm dtliy M theoffi ooetf the Cooml.to. , S24. LUoin street itulost,, Under.w w'ich the eon'tateo wll ho ridden can he n e a h. bhe above nraIe , lso, wt the Moeorie ofice, t'hl m.eo ad Pi cwirk Olust p-- - rprte Oa s Oe.-'O e memleroor eoH t omre hL.dgo No 4 o t . are ere U , , ,n - a t ,r t c t a.. p, Octunll) fr th. pilrit. ot rL rm,-k .t .rt -.elu- t,, ofm ot Mee torn Walter fI, I '1l t Ia.%j R,,,.h r, 7(, tli .re, w.cw,. ! smeary totfti a* rr',.* " r ter I. Mot... en dteet." u OlIu n str.aodmeSo-c, in V,,1 .t i(l Ito err. ort.r+ 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. — 12 May 1868

SFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, TFESDAY MORNING. MAY 12, 18i8. AUCTIOI AALmW Tf1I DAT. 0. DRT mit sell. 46 12 o. isoc-k . at the Mreheata' sad Aetwnesr' uxchaug, real estate. At 10 A 1- at No. 6 Daeephe street. heu.sbid tarnistar. AS ll ann Lapeyn.earea between Derbigay and Claibernmeseas, beaseeid tertiers,. CHA. r PA4H siells.at t11 o'clock A. l. trlooasom Warebhoun. YVau ewse, betwen JelL and SL Japh strfetso damged hay N3evToUJMIk sAU. * 00o. sal0,s Iat i osiek. at their AuctionNa Oap seet. faroltnes etc.: also, at Il o'irs- a5. si P. laa's Stale., on G(rlOmr street, boase., males, e or- e arrtt.emaeta sm third age. jwe( rlanus IAnj arbo. Omeean Om., To. N Oai um. Monday Keoms. may 10. U There is no alteration of any kind to notice in the condition of the money market. Gold opened at New York this morning at 140l, against 11I);, the closing rate Saturday evening. At 11 A. r. it still ruled at the opening figure. At 12 Y. it was quoted at 140., and at 3 P. M. itLc...

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. — 12 May 1868

TUSLDAY MOMiIG. MAY 12. 18M6. udaryse btewtees.. O-PB-OIATE OP LOaD nOOIIOA--TRI CA5r OP Te Fi· AN SAWA* -PSiti'VTIONI or 1 Tm dJWW IN NOLAVU STOPP D-mR. BI&NtaorT IN Pr MArOAt OW AJoWU r TEATT - WArHlrTON rans. Lowaow, hty 9.--Rist HBo. Henry Brougham, Lord 1rouglhm and aux, ao eminent lawyer, reformer, legislator sd ex-ehacellor of Egland, died at his rural retreat lnaanes. France. to day, In the 90th year of his age. The announcement, although hi demtase bha been looked for at any mememt dring the pat few years, has produced a proound seematie, as people realised that the last vudie bob wwhYh eensected the prement po ied s ftatlee of the eeemtry with reform, anti Mie tirade sad feedtm of proe agtatlonus of 1910 and '12,ha been remved ata mo rat vital mo nest ia the hbo of Great Britai. MAY 10-Evenin.-DiLpatohee from Cannes, Trance, state that Lord rosgham died easy. He fell ilto a pleasant alsaber, from which he never awoke. The ease of Barrett, gy convioted Fenlan, awa bel...

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. — 12 May 1868

I. o. O. F. S,uO. P............ o. O. r .......... e. Oread Lrdge of Leatallu . THR 3. W OGRAND LODGe OF LOtlBLsANA, L 0.. F. P e.t. esmemrtlmlTy . the s r Tusdo na Jamum la d Jtly. i N owtrimss Oimnrs for the prsent yeer 1MI -I L. Reha· of o 6. M W OGrad Naeter; J P. Wat, ef e. 3 L W. D. Grod antr' . I. Fairchild, of e. 12, L. W smed Wrdr:. Jeolh Folge. of N. L R. W. Gred ece. tary; . W Itldsrdermer.f No. ,R W. Ormd Trearer Lather Boemm of Ne. t and J. G. Dealp of . IS, .W. O. spremo tven L I. I ;Nov G. L ooreof Na 1. W. O-and Cholata; John B. lmdef No. 6. Grnrd Maabl; A. Masurea.. of No. d, W. Grand Ondeetor; J. einer, of No. 10. Grand oaardia; P. . J. 1. Lteoleoha, t lNo. . W. Grand Herald. Dr D rVl G.me MasTn a--P. G6. Johb P Bm-e, -' No. 17, Dietrict o. 2; P GA. IJ Vandgri, oft I. I, District Na. 3; P. O. BLT imeesem , of No Sd, Distrios ML 4; P. G. S P. Clrke.of No , Dstrle No I; P 4 .3L. Chancy. of No. 7. Distrtet He. 7; P O. Jacob Sehrelr. of N.. 16, Distrit No II, P. O ...

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. — 13 May 1868

STHE NE ORLEANS CRESCENT. VOLUME X II. WEDINESDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 188* NUM; THE CRSUiENT' D18PATO&fTh,. FR1OM WASH Iib6TO.. tRGANIZATICN LF SCUTHERN R)IC;LS. THE CASE OF JOHN 8UIRRATr. THE IMPEACHNENT VOTE POSTPONED TO SAIURDAY. PROCEEDINGB OF CONGRESS. cut. Grast's Report of the Votes on eallherm Coaustiutious. VTL30I AL . -rA Z I3XKA-L. ABOUT EOUTHERN PRISONERS. CHANGE OF MAIL )l'TE,. '111; COU 01' i L \IXIS. I` II 31 _ T A - 3 X I I - THE MANAGERS CLAIM A Mg.JTITY OF ONE FOR CONVICTION. lEl.Hl(lN.T'l",,ON, (,l. I,'(lRNNI.:Y WAea:acr.lsN, slay 12.-The Ru kern rali, rl crgat Ized last i ight for concert of a .t. t . In , i;." Illunphrey. if Alabama, was elected preeif,.ut, and Col. I`awets, of Noath ('.arouila. secreray. It i5 esato ed certainlyv that Ifl i.,raio . ;r t 'i, Trumbull, Feeaenden, Van Winkle and I'owla r ae for a, aiuttal. An hony, Rlis, i l ey, F'ri ',y-. sen and iprague are still doubtful. Van "Wini,, and Fowle r are not fully committed for a 'lnattal. 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. — 13 May 1868

$he )Irw Mrt~ans tutntLti OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. J. O. IXON. Edito'r and Proprleter. F'VICE, No. 4 *'aMP STREET. ITparlr ty Iskeriptiton is advanse, $6: hta'f yearly, $ aier.', 4. t eoags pte. 10i) eatas -Tse WEEKLY CleaSCEl is published every Saturday uriptRSa 98 i58v raly i a uvran WEIDNESDAT MORNING, MAY 13, 1ts8. The Constitution requires, in order to con- 1 vict, two-thirds of the senators preserd; not two-thirds of the senators voting. Thus, if Mr. Wade be present when the vote is taken, and do not give any judgmsnt, he will be con sidered to have voted in the negative. In this case, only six Repubecan votes, added to the eleven Democrats wold Ibe necessary to ac quit the President. But there is very little chance that Wade will abstain from voting, unless he knows his vote to be superfltsou-i. If the Presiefh i t can be convi-ted without him, or acqnitted in spite of him, he may maintain a sp(eciou~ but awkward decency: but if Li- can reach the preside...

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. — 13 May 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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