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surrounded him, brilliant no longer. Alas, visions of detected rascality fixated before them — visions, they say, fully realized.--Clark, of the Butler Delta was there, resembling a punctured balloon, from which the gas was rapidly exhaling. French was there. He is now positively superceded, though it is not publicly announced. His brilliant financial arrangement with Bryant's gambling saloon — in which that house, besides its regular license fee — paid five hundred dollars per month to French, which was never accounted for. Of all Gen. Benjamin F. Butler's brilliant staff the only one whose hands are clear is Col. Stafford, who is really an honest man. He was compelled to take his present position for refusing to assist his political friends in stealing. Our streets are filled with a great quantity of crinoline, and to a stranger would look as usual, but indeed it is not so, for rarely do you meet on Canal street with a familiar face. Our ladies do not go out much; the stor<