al of marching and counter-marching, moving from one place to another, and several of the delays which always attend such an affair, the great column was moved up Broad street. It was headed by that dignified and commanding veteran of the Mexican war, Major John Poe, Chief of Police, who rode with fitting grace a beautiful sorrel charger.
He had with him two squadrons of his faithful officers.
The first was under command of Captain James B. Angle, with Sergeants Cosby, Brooks, and Acting-Seargents Talley and Allen, while Captain E. J. Hulce, with Seargents Epps and Thomas, directed the movements of the second part.
In all there were forty police in line.
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Following the police and just preceding the children, was the Eagle Cornet Band, of this city, under the delightful leadership of Professor J. M. Rayhorn, and with Mr. D. A. Redford as drum-major.
Then came in all their beautiful simplicity and impressiveness the little girls, representing the th