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THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
VOLUME XVIII. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1868. NUMBER 14.
IPFInvot AND DaIn!rTrTED A
.%uferirs Have Bt Pr'etracted
HIDDEN CAUSES, Sep
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W-OSE CASES REQUIRE PROMPT TREATMENT
ieader E<iste.t ee Desitrable. ,,,
doeglt red. e upU jus gn erul health i| eI
a tseelwes k, dste litatd. ead y tired? 'I i
a Inae eueornos produoe pelpliation of the hert? I t
,e uer seetr or rimary organs. or r r dneys, fr. I
..tl gel out of order firs
Is yer arnle som times thick. milky. e leeky, or Itropy dii
eint;e doe a i ie sem rise the to thop;r eris sdli
ieuit t the bottom sftrr It hlastoted awhilel
De '.ue hive splls of ahort breathng Or dyspepsola tle
Lp your breis rnnetipated?
D ye have spells of tainttul or rushe of blood to the hed?'
1 yper oeorey Impsalod? la
o yoer mind reaetsoty dwelHlg upon this oublect? ti
Do yon ftl Ioll. Iltlres mplnig, tred of eupso y of life? t
)e you wishb obe loft aone, to get away om overyod? It
Does say little thin mke yo700 stact or Jump i i
Is yner sleep broken or restless? urn
Is lte luster of your eye brhilost; the bloom on youre
eek as bright?
po yeeo seoy yesrsolf I. secity as well? at
Do yes puruoe your ousinese with the ue m ergy ? ft
Do you feel so much conudenee ln yoearelf? lil
Arc your sprtle doll and fligng, givoes to fit of meln
If so, do .et lay It to your lvler or dyspeplad .
arve ye rostles. ights; yror back weak. yoor knes ~ l
sk. sod have yu a but lttl agpp d you atttrlbut this
dys'pepoa or liver compl.ntlu F
oew, resadr, IEL?-A BUE, YENERELL DI8EA.fU
y cared and se"ail eoeesse, en all capable of pro
cing a wohmele of the genertisev orges.
organs of geoerrtlon, whos to porteet health, make
3td you over tlink t at thoe• bold, defant.k energti. penr Is
g, elcrsfcul bosinesl meo areoalwsythose whose genrs
b lgnls are In pwiert bith ? You sr bhOar srch men
0tlat, of being mela.choly, of uerva'"es,. of palpitatlon e
Lhe Le r. They are never afraid they caneot saceed ti
.e s they dou't beos.med sad dtsoeuraed; they re O
,psllsnd phneset Is the eOspay of ladies, and look
and thu rigns is the foo-leas- of yenr dowcsut looks i j,
uy otbhx aseeIorm a'-t sh. I dn act e SD thoes e
Skebep tBs eras tasled by reUanis tvs ses These
set only rl b tblr enatistIus, but als LShoe they do
es wib e' itfr
ow masy mse trm• beady sered d biseee frose the Nects o,
V-those and esse ays have brought about that state of his
sIlw Is bls org•s tl.at has redueod the general sysemn gr
uib a o todesaeulmost over other dieluss--ldoy, la
,p, paralysis ephal aetiom, smside ald almost *evry cL
a ert of dIseus whisk hbuomly Is belr to, atd the renl Y
hass of the tuioble ierely over suepectod. and have doe
for all but tie right onee Diseses of thuse organs ren \
Sthe .se ef Distree.
bold's Fluid Extract Bocau
TIlE GREHAT DKIItTICTIO.
ERh AIN CiVE FOR D1SEASF S OF THE BLADDER,
FBIMA i OOMPL&INTB.
DZtIAMAU Or THEM UDINARY OR1ANS.
1 itFI O IN MALE OR FEM-LE,
"' IossthvcT C Rtte Originating
Lad 0o mattor how
rrantret Is erimnted to (a Ommption or Insanity
uri tolr rs·h and tiso oe pr 'rrm thee
ind thr betlib sod happlre, sad hnt ol Posterlty
d upao presapt moe of a retoble rmsety.
LMBOL3'5 UXTRAITr BUCEIW
kOTABLIgHED PWARD 0F IS TAS.
H. T. BELMBOLD, DroGGIST,
9 Breedwry., Pew Yovk. n-d
o 10 oth 10th streP Phblaedelphlia Pa.
f Spa betwtls or dlh berlres for U OS, dotIwoed
say addai oeld by eli °iene7rwe
S30Mi AiiDt ODillh alsemdense pt n ese
C . wo a lBJ fh C mIy ioseirel Weabeaous
Ir itmed 3. D.DI soLike p*opieeor ws ome
pstse aedopt sh u wreppor bie of ter gr ay pos
smW stLhies IepeotY tee d rdmsgreas
raE OBEoENrrB DISPATOHE. tb
A Private Seeretary and ewspaper
Correspondent in One. fo°
sW&PALXr g ZW x a><WW2 bi
Conference with the Fresident.
PERSONAL MATTERS. Ali
September Session of Congress Improbable
APPLICATION FOR A WRIT OF HIBEAS CORUS F
FOR M JDO & CO.
Wasitturrot , August 29.-W. W. Wor en, here- EFt
tolf re short hand writer to the president, has bees t on
l,r,mroted to amis'ant private secretary to the °"°'
president. Mr. Wurden is well knuan as " Data."
oft the laltitnore Sun; "'Cto," of the New Or-. lit
hans Times- and ' Wallace," of the RIthmond tilt
I)lspatch. It is announced through papere sup- t
plied with White House Items by the aasitant pri- L
vate secretary, that U. H. Rtluseil has been ap
pointed collector of internal revenue for the
funrth district of Virginia.
Hin. Jobhn C. Burt h and Col. D. C. B-eeh were F
recently appointed a delegation by Fennessee co,- to
asrvatltei to visit the president. Broh was n- o
able to cirme, but delegated hbs powers to CoI.
lsttel I.ooney, who, with Col. Beech. had a pro- L
lol ged interview with the president to-day. 'he tow
I teIldent referred the delegation to the recent or. lan
a 's to military cotmmanders as the limit of exreo- and
It vit Io t-r but asured them that every power
o hborized by the Coua:itutloo and laws. would be eno
,seec t.. es-cute freedom i, the ballot without Inter
fBrence from srtate or fed. ral troops. The presi- O1
denit takes the ground that the Cons I Ut on for 1
tide thle mnaltitennce of s an tng armies on any
Fra e, and that the ac: of 1artl;d tbanding and for
l ldrdtg ilitita and vounuteer torcos is absolute in I
the Souh. b.
It, e president's ground is that militia duty Ic in. II
it I cit uljon a)ny citiln ; that it is bin ener
it' y force subje-ct to bh call-d tIrm the plow or tlt'
I!,t lo.n at any monment, and from which no cit- di- n
/.ei en escape, hut that a itttld:nig army Uf p :d
rut',l.o in any l'tate, untles called for and ftv
contri.lied by federal authority. to repugnant to
,t.e t ,,, itiotuon and Ieas. Evry pwwe.r of the
ct trltt.i out will ite used to put down etnding nes
arn.tem of paid troops in the States.
S,. - Brautegard and daughter are at Willard'sa
-enator Morgan had a conference whih RIllins
at d otber Radicals to day. cba
Nothing detinite is known retarding the ep
t tufber esslioe, but It seems generally coneeded rta
'hat It wiI be too late to arm the nont.hern militia
time for the election, and tuere ainetar t he
,,o her businesa; therefore the meetiug is tm 2-.
ir, a bi ie.
At r: ey Genetal EvartS hat advice that a writ U
it hbheas corpus f or Mudd, ,paungler and Arnold
,1 Ieen applied for in the southern dstrict of
I , secrsne v eited the president to.d ey.
Internal revenue receipts to-day $48110 O).
FlO ATLANTA. sD
[I lory to (.ctea-'-egrees Armtag ad D Itl.
Is.a--The eDmoertles tampatla-lseastt Ne
eagro M embers. day
At .terr. Aug. 29.-Heavy and continued rains day
are uilritig the cotton. titl
'Ihe Itgrn,*e are arming and dri ling in this and pel
The Democrats are making a vigorons cam- Gri
peig,. and seem confident of carrytug te State tint
lb a laI ge majority. i t
'lbse lesries are extremely indlignant at the
eftort now being made n the Georgia Legi.lature
u uis s b--.ic, embers of the Legslatiure. .
In the Housee 51,0 u.. . . , - .,, ,, ,,,r u"
fenre of the eligibility of negro memla. Hie od
was at the Democratio cosnve.tion at Charleston, da3
It Ins,0, and was glad to see Mr. Yanoey wltndrt w hr
his delegattoo for it was the silvery lning of tae
great tloud of liberty for the colored man. epc
The point of order wees raised whether the if- I
teen mtinute rule was In force for debates. The ant
cLair di cided that each member had unlimited
away, and ilms proceeded with his speech.
lie raid if turned out he would rally against the
s-t h ratty people. Georgia never said before - ap
Northern people love us hecause we are sicaeno ,h,
ul the same blood. It all the tribunalse for Georgia kn
sustain our expnusion, it should not stand. God we
would not allow the North to succeed in the late it
war until the negro was declared a citieso. and all
('hiti Justice lauoeya' decision hadbeen reversed is
by ;God. ha
bles held the floot dring the day's session and
Iptsed every motion to extend the time to give no
iIui, a- tn'ce to Alnish, and he held the floor on
Iu ier, a negro, will foilow Sims, and so on
t.1l lI the twety-sever ueegro metnbitrs have mteI l
a e,-.vrate defenre. 'n ens cut short by a vote of
tlhe hluse it will take them many days to flaih. at
no[ DZEW YOTRo .a
The roadway 'elate r Tr eged- Nsttltery
a p e .aeusoed-U hot. Cleaned rt
tun-Base oe Gunbaeas.
t 1on,, Aug. 29 --The cIse of the Broal. I
,, I neattr 'ragedy was ber'e the ptfite CoU't r
, . .ehtimony wee givnU that Wf;son .tnd
I t, re ('ham ne'ladn wh i were eotr by the rifflmin,
'ite ott of imnuetdiite danger. The judge re
t: , i t du:t hei pi.-u. t r I., ;ail.
A crge d*til'.rr et Hunters' Point reenntly a
-tv ' ly inttrnal rever- in' t-re. wat mt'vter' ,
,,., tesied bi, oItier frim Washington.
lh ec fshbtiunl.e louses up town, occupied hv
',:ss, wire clte-nsIed (itt by thb' p,!leee this i
Sig' tit y Uuitn were r, eeted anid a New
'V k i 'etse - at Sac h d t i ,II ol ie f tbh r: i'Ie. I
At 1i Il e u 9ted o t'o.0) th- fl-.vi"tr nuu'tna't
S< e,,ri : Angu ta. Tnliahoutna and Don. They t
a it. s.d illhout i) a dvnice. I
0FROM sUTH AMERICA.
The ParasOgsVOO starved Oet s a H mita*.
L.t- oNi, Aut. 2'.-~-Ri, de Jiner, anvie tc ,f oe
-t, .-:ant. 1bhe l'sruayans hd hbeen tarvred
-iOt -t h mltaS. Iearig two h1nidred ant Iily i
E, ttor.c tn a o dn ' a auctitt (if amanition aIl emsI
mtit. four thonausd Puragutyans s iut on in
,,, n (1h ,,-i haIt rtt used t, surrender. I. ,pet we
i. pd preed. The ftralz'aus seem to trunk the
Wttr near a soreCC usf ii ht te.
The Red Devlle.
lea-i hwttctartt. AnU. 29.-Sueen hundred men
have beenrl -en. wet - ft Fort Hays In lnraut of the
twisatl wh, i iee bieei depreda ing upon that
., :'in. A tafl coach was stopped and robbed
Letween Sheridan's troops and Deaver.
ROIO[ BOUTHWET PIAM
ia. -it'rr'TttBt Pane, Aug. 23 -11 A. v.-Berome
cit ,r t a'5. Wit, snuIt. at and fre-h. Arr ce-:
-, t, , r N'arrrganae't 't da~- tromt New c:rt'e,
wlte tida s.h. t La .l & Ba!ey. Bailed:
S cLuoner Oriert:al.
The lAmerSea Schesewr te*gre-D*h o ar
Ltvels peI MerkasLt - PFartalteet - The
raenth r"oe tl eorne
I rv.root, Aug. 2.--lIt is thoaght that the
An erican schooner Colgate tis sale.
be was spokaes off the Isle of Men on Monlay.
Pa The reported los of life with ier is unconfitmed.
d Mr. It. A. Curd, a prominent merchant of this
oily, largely egagaed in the Amertoan cotton trade
a It is .annourced to-iday that Parliament wtl
e nmeet on the 10 b c.f December merely for qtuali'
Scation of members sad other prelimIaary beal
ala's, Aug. 29.-It is reliably reported that al
the French troops w i awes be ecartd irom TI
VlcaarwRo. Asulst t --PAsed up: W. R. Ar
'hru at 8 o'clock last igbt. D iwn: Argoatt at
10 last nilht, snd G .. A en at noun today.
SotvIeiLLi, Aug. 29 Raver failing; three feet I
four inches ia the canal. Weither warm and
Vtcarausa, August 29.-Passet down: Bee aad
harges at 7 r. m.
.bT Louis, Aug. 29.--Rver still deslining.
peete from Caliteralt. Tb
Na'w Yoga, Aurrat 29. -Th. As, ,wa'l steamer
Alaska bring, half a million in specie.
LoDnox, Aug. 29, Neon-C 'n1eM 94; bonds
Faa'Rivoaw. Aug. 29.-Bonds 75).
PAIs. Aunpst 29.-Boorse firmer; rnetes 75 R2
1.IYVEPotRl., PAng. t2*--Nuot-C-otton steady; EV
ales 12 tu, bales. Other markets unchasged.
Nsw Yoir, Aug. 29--Moey very easy at j34.
Excharge quiet. Gold firm, closing at 14l4.
Governmenta Srm at a slight advance. tBocas )
elrsed easter. Balance in the aob-treasury $9l,- ct
ha13 r51. The bank stateaestk shows a de'rease ou
lans of $3.4t5 000; of spe'se $2 114.573, of eir- Fun
. ulation $25 4>1, of deposat $7,100,7,9, of legal bIec
tenders $2.0u,637. weer
LtVaer'ooL, eAg. 29.--('otton-Sales to-day rate
t it : ialets.
l'ARis, Aug. 29.-Bourse closad firmer. Rentes r' w
7 ,:s1. It t
F'RHtAEIOaT, Ag. 29.-Bonds active-advanced fleo
to 7i .
New YoTRK, Aug. 29.-Cotton quiet and stasdy. an d
ales to-,lay 1100 bates: nimudliug 30lt. Flour nd
Low grades steady; meiiurn and g.,od dill aid thor
,lootng. Wheat very dull, ro'ntually 2@l10. LiZe
los, r. corn dull, 1 234,1 2-,; other articles qaiet
bT. Louts. Aug. 2'.--Tohacc dull. Par nr- who
extra ;(g7 50. Hih, at $2 692 2i. Corn "9l( and
. Oat h (r. [To( S'. 1' ",k $2 ! ', " ' r Si. Bas so - the t
-r oulders 134( r .le., rib sides Itt:., clear aides coi
1. c. Laid l'4(@2c0.o
LOt'Itc\ILl5, sugu-t 29.-altes 3' hh'l. to. Iron
t ac oat sllt lattS. lOgs 'o noediun eso' T$ 50t go
1 I0 asid $18. tupertie flir $7. Wheat-R-d, op,
$u(2 (I,. C(orr-hbellld, in bulk 90c. )tta ~i '.
I toilted rugar lt;ic. Mess pork t2.4 25. li aeou-
ah u derv l,.:e I It. Clear sides 174ic. L.r I in Mari
i(ct'er 1Ar. Vhtiiky--Raw 1 25; for c pper Hay
diltilled, one year old. $1 5064.1 75 in h Id. the
HAlIt+KtEE, Aug. 29 -(,ttoin dull. Flour
favre buyrra. Vt ieat 'dul gi",d t) ortune i'2 men2.
(etL 43 ,rain dull. l'rov'io'is firm. ,aii is -- r t
V re ''a 6'" irs r,'e'l 477,4:47; N!orth ('ar aIas. ton
new 70t : South ('arolina ex coop ina 71 b'd. ,t
Ith i SATlsl . Auig. 2't --I'rour- .:,luiv L6 5)51'
975I. \HLeat $2 ('"rn and oats quiet aid un- Gal
l anaged. V:hi ky i;Sc. i biid. 'ort held at Lou
$29. Lard l"i(il-4c Griceries quiet aal ua. wer
AVANAn, Aug. 29.-Cotten quiet ani u- reg
clt g. d. No sales. teceipts 14 baCs. E ip rta Te
252 ales. all t
('lARLaetroN. Aug. 29.-i'o'ton d :l. Sales 1 A
t a, new cotton at 31c. Middling com:na'iy at the
2-'rig2r . Receipt. 13 balel. Exp ri, coastwrie T
M. t:i i. August 29.--('aSt, n mrknet quiot; pt
a ,.e 75 b'ce ; rid 'htug' 'i' Re eipts 31 bles. of 1
ORARlD I(MAT rF AT SALOXI. a
IN A HORII.
Special Correapades of the New Ortamas Coanti beg
BiLoxi, Miss., August di. 156I. cl-i
A number of handbills, as well as notices in the lull
New Orleans and Mobfle papers, announced "Six lest
day's snusement at Bilosi," commencing Mon- so
day, 27th inst., ith a grand fair. On 24th and gas
2'*th an entertainment by the Orleans Dramatic thf
Relief Association, also, on the 2~bh and 29th a wet
Grand Regatta, open for all boats without dis- En
tincti. n--lt clats, prize $100 an i champion flag; pia
2L class plrize $75 and champion flag; 31 olass cau
prize r$50 and champion fl$g. Entrance-$5 fbr see
each boat. cud
llnred by these extra notices, and expecting hin
day on the Creole, to be here in ample time to e
hronicle passing events, as well as to enjoy the of
sport promised. has
I arrived safe and sound, and on getting ashore pot
and inquiring smong my old acrlatnt.ances about dot
thin (;rand Regatta, I was astonished to hear that del
the Ieople in Biloxi knew nothing about it, and cli
appeared to be as well informed as I was, through al
the public notices. Truoting, however, that they the
knew more than they were willing to explain and
were only trying to throw sand in my eyes. I kept
iinum, and trusted that all was right. Well it has
all b, en right wrong, for it appears that no one tia
t responsible for the publication oif the various f t
handhills and notices, and there will be no race wi
as there are no purses, no one responsible and no on
°oThe Gladiola and Harlequin arrived last sii
evening from Mobile to take part In thli cle
n grand regatta," and are it'll here ex Mt
" pectiug something small at least to grow Na
f ut of it. But I am atraid from present apipear
ancse that those who perpetrated this immense do
ai, or swiedle upon the yachtsrnen of this coast
are to small to appear or make themreloec dr
known. It Ia singular, after so much publicity
lten thetthe paity cannot be foadLheahe
p head o .m t ftr (se te " ladies fair,") iust be pe
Sr.;,.,rible .,r the humbug. wnoever they may er
be. T-e li.ii ,eouple, as tar as I can leasrn, are
f ulJ rixuoerated it this matit 'r. as they were igno
-t rir ' f tie ab ,' I tra esactlin until tlhey RLw 'he
id htndhlll posted lin the tow, ant nine of thum '
evi r I avt.' litteei catled uiptn t. sua'si rir e a cent,
i' ,o tl i t trt' trly that . e Cetters lip of the f.i r
S'le ilhe a oiatal lce of the d'uaitti ;, a's ' 'tLt '
ty ai t ein t upl t!,e ptr;iV . It ia:tv be Illl iand
rlu nsernent to them, ha' it is expenst totie ,,h
at httmen, and partlcultarly to the Moltoe hoya. , i
Swhl, con e '0 iles to take part; and let them re
iia Isbler thie.
, Tl re wasto have been amatch to-day between tI
tie Maimie and ('anills for $2''0), and some sport i
w a expected irom tbhis, and many remained here ci
to bet a few aickej, but this was another disap
ti itntent. Th amilla did not appear. The i
Mtlunie was dy. and money up and Johnny jc
'i.n ents at the helm. Whether the two latter
i ~ . frightened themr I doil't kow ; but tbia I do
ki,' w they did rot coone forward with tlher
i.i tr.y or boat, at d we were dl-apointed a laiu. i
SThi It ter we ca.i a " tizzle." asnl :he trrs a d
at " itll.dle."
d After we discovered that both match race and
Iiy reata were t f, a rae was prop aid by John
al I etey. Eq.. trotm Kiappsa watt -ti hio mise, '
In shout two hundred ycrds to the watward af the
vs h hr': atl boats present were ii',e' ti entr fe,. a
the of , ',',e. Ihe entries were, (;ladiila sad Harle
umtti.lr rn M' li'; laii.ie, of Id lix; and Red tH ig,
II oti Ocean hi' rings; and ,evr ai others not r
can ed, as they all tintered in tie mms "lae. At 1
a ,ven word they all started wni'h a stiff breeze
frnul the esatwar ; it was n' i to k ut.il they
arrived opposite the gatewt el all hauleid oheetu tit
and steered fir tte gate, whlich wa. entered first
ln Iy the [tld H"g. totloed by the otniers In a
the bunc. l:eacingo the stake-- larte thble--lted
lhat lg can!e to anchor firt, the bl!sn-e in a line to
bed Ir·ea rd ft 'einc, e beslit;ll , :' ht as w s ever 1
w':resed. 'he j:dge, J ho lilco. E-:q . dee.ed
that a. the Red Hi Fsi'ed so calltutly by ('opt.
H'rr3(Mmner, came in firs', he w. en itled to toe
Iri prize-a drrnk-whbcb wass r".nit,:uely a"
certed by the wi ner, hb joined to drinaks w. h
me 'l t "e other i iri -s, not muiing ne·te.
S 'I ha eLdtd the race. but not the hospitality of our
e, bost. for hi contilonous desire to come i:e t ,
d: ol.e and all for their apparent dlisappiutmet, will
:ong be reuaitlbred by all the }achtamen present,
at d all julred in the toast " ,long may he wave.
I coild 0ot write all the toasts that were dratk
ot, tLe o(, oeino. Ila wuld take oi too mush pa
rer. But one tbthng I can safely say. that the
I iloxi people are much mortaied abaout this
r prand bohumboug reatta, and had the parties
who irst atauted it called upon them they wonuld
the it bave subescribed their mites, and there would
Iave been no taller.: torthey have no desire that
ay. tit good name of Bllozi should be forfeitedl by
. outsiders, no matter what their rloth.
this The Mobile boys take it quietly, anod thoaph
rade thry may be dil'epolrtted in a race, I know mey
wete not disappomted in getting some pure milk
rll this morming on hDer lsland from Mrs. Capt. Pete
ltBlktr.trwhom yoovn a every yachtemeaknf.
Iasi II rothil g takes tIsce to-morrow we wtl all go
hatte; so good bye ti llrtz tme. ' ras.
bt si cn1a
THE GREAT PROCESSION.
TWENTY THOUSAND IN THE RANKr. the
IlMEN3EC ENT'IrIUMIABM. grey
The Col-rcd Peoale Marching by Hun- th
dreds and Cheering Everywhere. rem
The Most BrilIla t Display Ever
KnowH in America. q
One Hundred Thousand People on the cl
EVERYTHING PASSES OFF QUIETLY. a
clat____________ d it
Day dawned, yesterday, upon this city, with- st
cut a cloud to dim the canopy of heaven. As the of
son rose can his westward joarney, the weather
became intensely warm. About kidday the streets TI
were thronged with ladies,. gentlemen and exhila- ble.
rated youngsters, all intent unno purchasing. bor
r.wing or begging things to add to the splendor until
it the great Democratac proeton-the oom- plea
mencemenat of a new era. Among those myriads teet
,1 happy, earnest faces were a great many, thous- tect
ndes, it deed, that were not familar upon our o'cle
thort ugtfares. Hundreds of them were recog- tiat
tized as citizens of Mobile, through the di.tin- wre
guihed men in their company. emineat antm g e
whom was the HEn. John Forsyth, the favorite
and gitted champion of Alabama. Hundreds of eto
the in. also, could be recognized from their dark
complexion and raven beards, to be descended Tr
iroin the eld Latin stoc k that nearly two centuries were
go settled in the fertile regions ýi Attakapes and rest,
tOpt: uasn. There were people from the lower to.J
woat all the way down to the months of the Mis- d w
isseippi; irom the upper coast all the s-ay no to wart
Hayou Sara on the left bhank, ano to St. Jseph i the <
the right. There were people from every ect'le. F
ment along the Jackson and Greet Northern Reil. a c
road as far as Hllly Springs; and people, not o:ly m
i(om hlne t.e entire rute of the t)pelouJat road. ý
'-it others icrea of thim, that had come from
Galveston a: d H vestn, and other parts of the I em
Lone 8tar State by way of Berwiok'a bay. There a ve
were hundreds, also, from the piney woods, a Tt
reiton extending from Pot chat tida to Pascagoula. we r
There were also many vIsitors fr mo Merrphi- aid keep
all the towits a on ti e rsver as 'ar up as Cairo. of tt
At these people are I.emocrats-IDemocrats of and
the sturdiest and most determined chsracte-. seve
Tile phalanx they wil p'ese:t in November witl then
prit,e a wail of adamant, against further violations I a
of tie Constitution, and a,ta.uat any more out had
rages upon the Southern country by the carpet- cenl
About noon the sky became over-east, the wind star
began to rise from 'h r orthb-east, banking up the sty
clouds in a threatening manner, and then after a to It
lull uo five or ten moun'us. hbw with terrific vi- out
lsace from the southweat. Canal street was ab- on t
so utely es dark as if it were eight and all the A
gaslights had been extinguishe . We can imagine cam
that one u lass of our p oiulaion, the fairer class, Col.
were rejiced at this tbsecuration--fo, r Boreas and clut
Enros, asid all the other windy divinities, were Map
playig sad p-rar ks with the drapery of the ladies u
csuiht in t he wanton sport of the gales. A pa'l le,
seetmed to spread over nature, and what with the '1
sudden change from sunlight to eclipse, the stlli ag witl
blindasg dust liyip I every direction, ad the S i
a iare l i .zed man, woman ann
of the uost singular and sombre occurrenes we can
have ever w,tnessed. The rain, however, soon of
put a check on the :ury of the winds, and settled Dpe
down fcr an hour or so into a regular shrt-lived T
Sieluge, flooding the streets; but the overflow de. and
clined so rapidly as to carry off the refuse and of- the
Slal of the city, instead of allowing it to settle upon Cot
t he banquettes and carriage warys. rul
'Ibos that humorous fellow, the clerk of the plis
we athe.r, in giving us a forataste of the equinoc- too
tial near at hand, amused himself for awhile by dir
flting us with alarm lest the night should be a Wt
wild and sto,rmy one ; and at the same time taught it
our esteemed street commissioner a lesson, by Ju
t showinrg him how a city miht be thoroughly Fot
cleansed by a plentiul ablution, which Major c
Murphy could in a few days' h. rd work daily bless Fr
New Orleans with, from the Misaisaippi, which the
iflows above the level of our streets. tin
About 3 in the afternoon the rain ceased, except be.
dropping a lpassing !t!r4 now and thutai the
t .etwtdrre ltVhout dispersing, and the c-ool t'm
perature promised a first rate eveilag for the up
The magnitude of the proo-srin bal reqired I e
ebe incessant artntion of t:e gre'd mArshl, thi- N
, 'f 'li id3 uSo tanr t marbhali, as well as that ci tl
hlie ,ltbb marshals and their committees dur ng the Ca
Sntilre wretk. There was hea-d work ao- the nicest ti
d li--ri .iiation in Ihi task. 'wenty-iive thousand .
neti are an armo) that cannot he miarshalled in an 3
hnt. And bLsi es, the marthal s-- his aids had t
i(ti the ladvantage of a pro!iminary review, soas
n to determine the final all tment of each division, E
t in the narrow and confined streets of a populous It
city. That the whole affair has passed offso effect
a ively and pleasantly s due first to the skill and
y judgment ,f Col. James Mc('loskey and hle assslt- I
er ants, ard secondly to that oiiril tli corps which
o sn:irstes very l)Pmocra in New Orleans. ban
ishing ewayth rag ik jOstctsy or rivalry, and re
a ducing all to the lev 1 of to o~ne great impending
tad ,: i le for iberty, property and security.
d ime may dseplore these costly processions
we do not. The ar t-ars o' New Orleans, icr the P
* last fortnight, the :,very eta' es, the dry goods
ant fancy shores, the tail-re an I seamastreseea, F
e the u err.pltyed DIemocratic darkies, have all t1
reaped ia reenback harvest, which they are
bt bh d lo g to remertmber as a God-send in these
Ze parlous aid streosfu' tir-s. Tne rich and the
indeperndent have given itheerfully and unpar
ra ingly, and the indu-r!ouns poor at length have em I
Splt)ment, ev.n ;f it be ony ephemeral.
ed One of the clef diflicultias in the way of sam- 1
er bitions horsen ei was t e difli -thy of procuring
ld the wherewil ' enuti'ling them to that name.
SGrey anId white horses were in extraordinary de
Snianl, snd broughct fahul tc prices for the even
Sh ilsa hire. On tie start of the chief marshal of
the firat dirvision we noticed an aid mounted on a
rmiaginficent white chlarg,-r. This horse is the
s iname that bore the cueimender of our armies at a
nt, review of colored troopsiabove Carrollton shortly
Safter the captute of V::ktsborg. Whether this
r animal t;hen was intoxicated with the glory of
tbearing that illustrious man, or with the benzine
this which might have oozed out of that illustrious
t" man's "headquarters in .he saddle " and perfo
I rated even to 'he instints of the horse, is a mat
hat ter fcr the discsion of an iaterested and remote
by posterity; bet, certata it is that magaoicent
white charger "flung " his diastLguiotshed rider,
h ust as Sntudbad the 8eior finally ansg the Old
milt dMan of the Sea. when bh got drunk, and as the
etemibhdy people of Amerina are goling to Mag hm,
1ad .ll the Itadical trappings he bears about
go I im, i- November. TIn another ease
ai. ni g entlema0 wla lsd pased several prac
tical jokes upon his peronal friends, wau canugt Bob
in turn. He was very anxious to obtain a steed how
worthy of the oceuaion. He applied to a friend, sple
(one of his former victims.) The friend seised spin
the opportasty. "You say you want a handsome, port
quiet horse that won't start at ay thing!?" "Ex. club
actly." "Well, I can get you a msagnificent iron dia'
grey, thorough bred, Just imported, and equal in folio
hm line to Gladlater." lbhe bait took. A letter tutic
of introduction was given, and the joker went to man
the msaddlery store---anal street The saddler Nov
was thunder.struck-he had no horse-until he Ove
remembered the eighteen hand stfed animal, one
which he has as a sign. Comment is nnecessary. ted
About half past five the Crescent City Demo- clad
eratic Club, under Col. Fred. Otden, their presl erac
dent, passed in beanutiful order down Camp, at a pare
quick step. A few minutes afterward, down geth
Poydras street, came a long array of cavaliers, Miss
numbering at least four hundred, composing the Libe
clubs of Jefferson City. The National Gnarls, the 7coW
leading club, made a magnificent display, eoh Stat
men having the escutcheen of the United State Geo(
as a breast plate. Sar,
The whole city now seemed invaded by a vast
mmass of horsemes and footmen, each with some Ar
distingtishing badge or uniform. There was
clattering of horses-.queafaupedanfe putresas "nt
ronmu ýspa ungula camp,+m, oly ase cast
of The dusty soil, the hermes trod iU T
square and unbending stone pavements.
The appearance on Canal street was ideecrib.
ble. The crowd surged in every directlos on that na
grand avenue from Magazisne to Bronne street, a
until it was hardly poesible to crose. It was u l
plesnast to see besotiful women, who had never Illa
been on the streets after nightfall without a pro
tector, wasking confidently m the street after
o'clock. Those that knew, were aware their hao- n t
isds and brothers were in the ranks, whilst they -ey
were keeping step to the music of the Unaie on bro
tie sidewalks. Ihe rrckets sent up every few A'
oeconds wers the rarest in beauty that we ever in
The A ra-reaement.
The leading grand division, under Col. Nixon, Of t
were raoned on New Li vee street, their tront nevi
resting tn Canal; the second on Tchonpi 0 pl
tolas; the third on Magaziuan, and so on I:
d, wn to Basin. At half past 7, the order "for- the
ward" was given, rockete were throwu up, and of tl
the column advanced. Ipec
First, after the cavalcade of assistant marshals wOi
a companying Col. James McCloskey, the grand mod
mirshal, came the chief and stuff of the leading hem
3,viaion composed of the Minute Men of Jeffer. oere
a nu, the Blair Defenders of Carrollton, the G(retra si
1 emiocratio Cluboand minor ones. They reseaed- on
a very fine appearance. that
Then cams the arse sgwlar division-bat here whi
we most sate that with all our seal we cool not ear
keep up with thedifferentdivisions. The reporter at i
of the t RsacEwr stood at the corner of New Levee Bgag
and Canal streets as the clubs, up to those of the Ist
seventh division, passed up; but his paper had the
then given out and the seventh diviston went up Pats
I anal street as far only as Magazine street. He itit
had to fall back on the CasuCnT office, where he eval
culd see everything that was goingoa. alre
Before the division resting on Baroone street had can
started to join in the column passing down Canal Ti
street, the bead of the column had marched down nati
to the Ponuchartrain Railroad and were up agem m m
on Cansl street before more than half had started true
on the journey. Ire
Afaer the grand division, under Col. Nixon, lant
came the first regular division, commanded by dev
Col. J. O. Landry. This division comprised the ust
clubs of the First Ward, to wit: hirnt Ward Club, (I l
Msgnotla Rangers, 100 strong, Crescent City Club, air
i I ' strong, with an auxtlary club of colored peon- dec
ile, quite numerous. stat
ILen came chief of division Hon. G. W. Race, the
with the c:ubs of the second ward, composed of the oto
S r edsan Guards, 130; the Sey)m our Z ,uaves, lit); iLtc
saoU l. J..--.. Railroad Club, 325. Then nifi
canoei Inil'Tfffi"t5..- 0 tronr. with a beaut ful pli
of charming young gir's. Thenthe Second Ward stre
SDemocrs'ic Colored Club, 7t in number. pro
T'he third d:vision was under Col. Gerard Stith, up
and comprised the Third Ward Democratic ('ub, diet
the J, hneon Rangers, and the Old Hickory's, the bot
a Constitution Club, a magnificent body, 330 in buo
number, all in sdmtirable order, and the accom- the
plished Glee Club with a beautiful harp all fee- hot
tooned with flowers. After these came the fourth
Sdvislon, under the accomplished Col. James H fire
s Wigfleld. Here followed the Louisiana Con to
t siution Club, 140 strong ; the Fossils Senior and in
Junior, numbering t' gether 236; the Colored ans
F'Fosil Guards, 13; the S'eamboat Colored Dtmo- an
r c ats, 150; the Frank Blair Cadets, 150; the wi
s Frank Blair Guards, 250, and their .Juniors, 200; ve
h the Seymour Houthrons, 2350; the Seymour Sen- Ce
tinels, 150 ; the Minute Men of 'ii, 150--thse co
It havieg a wagon po aal as admrsatle speil pa
r. e t" a huge straw stuftld csaret bigger, twist- r i
Sing and turning in every dire tton, and exciting n
le uproarous laughter, and the Jackson lovinc.b!es. d.
Then c.noe Chief E. A. B zonier, with a fine wl
siltt. I(nidttg the flfh divisitn, c >mposed of the ti
Naticoal Dumocratto Cuab, 300 strong; the Ger- i
. mian ('lub ,f the Second Dtitrict, 150; the Blair .
e UCadears: the lan-ock Club, 1iO (see elsewhere); ;
t tIle Ili Ldrti ks uars, I',,'; ttie Seymouur ,igion,
id it; theirl Juoiola, 50; the Lrooum Ijsgers, Senior, t
n 3ti; Jlunor, Mi; the Innocents, 11h3; the Pendle- a
d tcoc ;uatds, 200.
a The txth drl sc nv an!ed by George W. White, tk
, Esq.. with his aird-the tixth Ward Rlugh and
us Ittlady DIemocratic Club at the head of the divi- ii
t·- h n, 150 stror;g, the Washiigtton Club 150, and C
d he Algiers Bey'mour and Blair Club were exceed- i
t- iig y lumert us.
h I ie ceveuth dnvision, under chief E. lermudes
m. w n t !ce-a n IhrhIt r ttan any '.f its prOedieces.
r.- -ra. I ha Wide Awakes aiouc were ,-i strong. n
g .;ohn Grsyer, -tq., was the chief of the eighth, I
and basl a very fine divi-ion. I, rt was the Eighth
- Ward (',n' :00; libernia. 2.;0; -4pirit of i: " 17.3; t
he ,,tnrsau Guards, in b sutiful untlorm, 29".
ds The ninuth diviailon had for chief i. A. Wiltz. I
s. Eq. 'l'he regoler club of that ward is i3) strong;
sil tli camne the youg Beymour LRangers, tle Sey
are uour Vecettes, 150, sand others.
ee h3be tenth dir'i'n, under chief Thos. McKnight.
thec mncsed the the Tenth Ward C'lub, in uniforni,
r too atrong; the beymour C(tde's, l;i, and the
F F, urth Ilistrict Cermasia, 2-0; all with b.aatiftl
wb.hite pannone with the names of States theron.
mi. Ti.re ws a gent on horseback at thits moment
tg caraecling too near our corporal form to allow of
u. 'ar telling exactly where our friend chief of div.
de- siln Richard C. Bond's command began, and
n whe:her we have not m-zed some of his clubs up
wof wih those of the preceding uivision. The Fourth
nsa I,,tict Germania C'nb were there, for we saw
tie ihem with snow white peneisa, having on them
t a the names of tne daflerent tates; they numnar 2l.J.
tly Thi Chanticler Club of the Fourth Distrct was
his alo there with a huge sock 14 feet high. Toeo
of came the Soap Club, in eleven wasgons, sad num
ine bering 100 men. Of course Col. Dick wae no
ions where to be sen among the soap-men. This wras
rfo a very interesting feture of the procession, and
at- they are a very fione.looking set of men.
ote The Elevenath Ward Democratic Clob and the
ent B air Zounaves brought up the reot of the mec on
Old Tb Meoated to e bas.
the First In the monnted lar of the procession
eam, csme the Seymoour Kight'., who, by seiority.
boOt led the van of the divlarn. Over two hundred
ase men (il meamber-, were i line, and through the
prac good naaagement ot thsir grand marshabl, j.
Bob Duty, (who leared ina times now gone by
how tobahdl equadresof horemen,) marched la
splendid order. This club's display was, It our
opinlon, amoag the 'seares of the montaed
portion of the prooeseMo. At the heal of the
club was a full r gged schooner, thirty feet loag,
drawn by eight white hornse O her jib was the
following salgflcaat inseription: " The Const.
tution, for Washington; Horatio Seymoor core
mander, Frank Blair La the oeme, sails at 5 P. ut.,
November Sd; will arrive March 4th at mooes."
Over the bow of the boat were two soldiers,
one fully equipped wearing the uniform of the Ud
ted States, the other without eqipiments aad
clad in the uniform of the late Sou'hera Confed
eracy, over their heads wac as illuminated trans
parency bearing this inscription: ' We vote to
gether." In the center were 12 young ladies.
Miss Stella Murphy representing the Goddess .d
Liberty, surrounded by the feilowing samud
young ladles representing the eleven Southers
States: Misses Lizzie Falloo, Josephine Eisele,
eorgioe Faveto. Josephine Frey, Baluthea Frey.
Sarah Stonemen, Arminia Leinkhuller, Bapieala
Sbizas, Louise Mobnn, Emma L. Arantes,Mary L
Arantes. The lights burned by the Knights wege
beautifully novel sad whilst free from the espies.
seant flicker sad glare of the ordinary torobes
cast a brillist glow of light upeson the ttreets
-r sewee tr ns tbearm pase...
Then the Seymour langers, from Carrollton,
125 in number-a splendid body; the National
Guards of Jeferson, 70streag; Excelsior Knights,
parilh of Jeferson, c3 ; St. Bernard toymour
t lob, 100; Draymen's Democratio Club, 8. 2;
Diair Knights, 1160; the Blair Guards. 200. Thea
came the Creseuet Mounted Club, 1G0 strong, es
corted by 2 0 colored men on foot, who walked
on the outside of the line of the Crescents. The
.eymour and Blair Mounted Club of Algiers
broopht up the end of the procession.
At the lowest calculation there were 20,000 mes
in the procession, and 100,000 people on the
Of the procession was one continued, unneasing,
nev r broken, flortous ovation to the great prim
o pils in whose honor the procession marched.
I would hi:ve seemed likely that with nearly all
the men of New Orleans in the ranks of some one
of the many clubs which turned out, sach of whom
speut come nonuey in the cause, that oar people
would Lave contcLted the selves with that one
mode of damoostratiug their faith and hope ma
Democratic doctrines. But no. Detormined that
e.ery possible means should be used to make the
alair of last night the sgsadest and muost mposing
one eo theseet ever seen, sad resolved despite
that it se*seitated the expenditure of thatmoney
which it had been so hard work for us of late to
earn, to show by its free outlay how muoh we had
at Leart the glori, us cause in which we are en
gaged. We had thought too that the display of
last July would in some measure have prepared
the citizens to forbear uay expeotatlon of a pre
par ation for a similar demonstra ion, but the dIt
mniations and decoaatlons last night were as gea
eral, as costly soand as handsome as if we had sot
already gives full evidence of what New tirleass
To gLye any detailed description of the illnml -
nations, mottoes and devices would take up so
much space as entirely to exclude other matters
irom this paper. All along the great boulevard,
Irn m end to end, was a conunuous line of Chinese
lanterns. transparencies and gas lights in varioes
devices, bome of them were superb. Zimmer
nusl n a, Knots's, the Maeson Blanchethe Hancock
( lub. the Pickwick Club, all the Touro buildings,
were one blazse of light. Even Clay statue was
decorated with an arch of light above the grand
statesman's head, and various transparencies on
the pedestal; and it did seem to us that the
otonse countenance of the dead patriot relaxod
iLto samile of approbation as he beheld the mag
nificent demonstration made in honor of those
principles of freedom and justioe for whisk,
strennousy eMSo6 -ac +d+-M -Mr ,
pricession and atter, rockets unnumbered went
up from all parts of Canal street, roman cau
dies blazed ever)where, and the loud roar of
bombs was heard every misuts-even the news
buys caught the infection, and many a dime of
their hard earnings went In Are-rackers all in
honor of the Democracy.
'1he people, too, were as much of a sight as the
fireworks. Canal street was packed full-jammed
to overlowmog. The ears from 6 o'clok all came
in crowded, and from the side streets the mass
I surged is until it almost seemed that room for
another could not be found. The glleriss. by a
I ise forthonght propped up by wooden beams,
aert filled with ladies and childra--and all lng
Canal street from Camp to Dryades aot a vacaney
a costs be discovered in the long line of eager ox
i pectant faes. Everybody was there. The mag
rLticent puvarte equipage, filled with ladies reared
g n wealth and luxury, rolled by, as was imme
. d.itely followed by the humble millk art, is
Swhich the rmilkman and hie family were " seeang
Sthe procesion." Every humble conveyance was
put in requilion-c-Carriades, carts, wagons. om
r i.buses, cotton flots, every concetvable vehicle
was there, many of them tilled with ladie andt
I at dson.ely decorated with flags and tranaparen
,.ee. We have said it uwas impossible to particu
larize the lumlfnation, but we cn give our read
era some ides of them by following the route of
tLe procesion. The leading division thea
Snuved rom m New Levee street, dorwn
i Ile lower side of Canal to , yal street,
id wlere it turwed down-the sight which met the
e. rye as tLe column whenlCd, was beautiful be.
)oUd description. 1he sTreet was a river of
z tht. Chianese lanterns swung froet every galle
s. ry anrd Lung in every window, trausparencies,
-anry deviced and beautiful, formed a continuous
i, ie. t:oman candles were buritng everywhere,
lh k-.rockers shooting ofi at every corner, and the
; cone--what shabll we say of them' Filled to
,,i': win-g with the beautifult creules of our
loved city, etch waving her handkerchief as the
. procession passed, each looking such glorious
ethosiasm for the cause, each smiling such en
courspement to its supporters, how could any
uan look upon them without feeling his blood
tcourse qucher through his reins at the sight.
* wilhout his heart throbbing faster with a yet
he sterrer determination to do his whole duty for
it the canuse thus pleaded by innocence and be uty.
n. he cheers for our champions which every tew
of mnents rose from the separate clubs, and which
of one started went from one u:d of the line to the
uther, snowed how the men of New Orleans ap
nd preeiate and respond to such an appeal from her
hBut not only in the balconies was the enthors
sem displayed. The strev's were ined with
spect'tor5. Thts statemet, le it understood,
a does not apply to the first few squares below
Lanal streut or above it, but to the whole roote of
at t procession, from end to end. Where the
Speople came from was a mystery. It seemed to
sus that lIe wLole population uf NV Orleans wsU
nd on Canal street; but we turned into Royal street,
and there wu a crowd as great. We followed the
the procession to ysn Fields street, and at every
nma of seventy to the infant at the breast, every
age wu there, and no stalon lacked its many
al repreentatlves-and the cheers which we have
oy ireaiy mentioned a g yen by the clubs and echoed
drediy the adires, were cught up by the crowd and
te sent back to the clube with tenfold heartiness.
Tal. Te air teemed filled with the nams of i.vynoor