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rilKTED AND rvr.LlEBKD ET
EKCKKTT. BROWSE, IUSKS 1 CO.
' FRIDAY, JUNE 8, lsf,6.
AtRlVAL AND DEFARTIRE OF THE TRAINS.
Leti&villc ttvd Xaskville Eauroad.
im Nashville at
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irr.ve at ' un-ville -
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4fr.it at Jva'titilie... .-....(:) A. M.
j,vee rafhf ille at .:4'l P. M.
irnvesel ballatn b:W P. M.
Jia&kvult and Chattanooga HaUroad,
Leaves Na-hville al . ...7:30 A M
Arr ves at Chattanooga al....
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jn.iM t Nashville at.. .............. .
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Jy-ate hnelby tiiie at.. - A- M.
mail Urlro.l lo:ii A. AL
SaxkvilU and Decatur Railroad Line.
Connecting with the Mtmihu. Mobile and New
lates Nashville - f
Amves at Decatur ;
jHXHtur - . fj-
Anneal f-t.viile. - 4 A. W.
Da ly tiwpi
Leave Na-hviile l
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ArnM 1 Na-iliTillcat
lnijr i''t Sunday.
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JSaativilie. 6'i A. M.
Arr.ie al lw'aiur - - ' ' P- M
J.,-..v A ..io A. M.
A.r.veatNaeliTJie t, hj p. M.
XatkcJU and Xorlk-Woittrn liaiLroad.
Uav.-i tt 4:l P. M.
Arr.v- at Jotinwrivill1 a P. M.
I ra' .lihnmviil at 1 W A. M.
A i,.c at .Vo-!iv,ii at A. M-
il.iii i Iom- pnnowiniB itu .-u-auurs lur PJa.
. n, Cairo aiiJ .-t. lAiu.
Kl'iclU,ld and Kentucky Hailruad.
(Naalivliia aud ClarkhiriJIe Liue. taiuu do ly.)
.Na-iivliw P. M
Arr.i l t.Uriiimll M
leaven Clsraevi le , A ?!
rriwt'at lutlVlllf Ii :.'.it A. M
Arrival and Departure of Lchunon Stujc.
Na-hTulo. .iaiiy.at '! A M.
l-a? p l-l-aoon at 7:"
Arr,.-nal a-litille...- ; f.M.
COBn tH al linon aita lh Alexandria Ciw.h
e-ri bi'D'iy. Wtijei.iii and Kriday ; it& Cli.-n-r.u
Moua lCch every Monday, Vedu iy and
1 ridMy. Otti' at St. Cuatlea UuK l, th Mrkl
Arrn al and lcparturc of the Xvlcnxviikand
iMit-f N,hTill OB I'woduf, Ihurnday and fnU
vmuj. Iiuri.ii, lfHf Trmuf on Mjuiy, V-.i-i...Iht
and i n.ioy. Ollice a. City H-til, t-ast aide
4 tlllM fiiimti, CHlio. -IcwllH P. Jt lM:y, i
cur aiillioniied KK,-nt to rn em1 adeili.- menu and
kUtM r.j't.uD.t l.r Hie .V.-..n7t l':i"ii.
II. ( cmir.c n ml k-.id,n Koo in our authannd
k . nt to i '".e adverii-eim-Dti ai.d Bu!.scri;ioDM
lor ii." .V'. .iV.' (ji.i'a
Alrmpbia, Ti-Mll. D. II. Tonn t Co. are
our ButiioriMxl tnln to re-iv dverti- m nui
and ml riit.iii lor the Mn-Jn illt Vuum.
.1 .un llira 0 , Pul.lih-ra' AfiiU. 41 Parlf
lu.w, N-w York, are HiUh'irivd tocontr.itt for d
i rtinuR in our ficr.
J .i, .i A Co , PulJinliprs' Ag'-nt, Tril.une Huil I-ir.-.,
N.- York, and Piovta'a Iron Buildm, Plula-K-i.hia,
are iilh'iri4;J to contract for BdvertiMii
in .ur .ir.
H. M. PiTTWiii-L A ;o , Puolifhrrs Ai nts, S7
Pali. K.a, New York, and 6 blal- Htrwt, Hofton,
are autlioriAfi to oootrart lor ad rlis.iij; in our
J. B. Willi"-, STChfnilt ttrort, N. K. rnnw-r
(.11, Mr. nt, rt. Ix-U'M, Mo , i -ur i.ulhoii.r J Aerct
torx'vt advi rti . iiienU and aub irirlions f..r th
Au in tUe tr..(oH.
mi -nr.! i, WiMiCi, ft. Ixnis, Mo., are cur
aull.oi.7.. d 4;erUto receive iidvertisi-xenU and
kiil' -rlflioiik lor tho .Yd Ari'i't t'iun.
C H.Smw. a' I'.:.rliin alronl, 'lu-i;o. 111.,
! ..iiraml.ou?..' ! aent to riH-eire n IvertihCtr.pnl
knd kot.x r )'iir ii" (or Ilia .Yu..n7.' thium.
Hmrria A Co., AdveilitirK Ak-iiK IxiiiTille
Kj., reoiirauili'r wd Bpi to rcoeue adver-tt-rmaU
and ohe ii)i.ioD for the Nauivhii
I . C. J! !", lMiiftr;li, Kj., ia otir author-r-i
atent io r"ivi advertimeu'i and Hih-rip-tion
U.r titf Nhvii liIMih.
T l ilLincii. T.I i 1 Ik Ti.-k. t ( puts uml
i.i.irt) on .1. lion-lit colore! cunl bourJ, of
I I iju.ilit v, for hule nt this oiii.-e.
(rt Job Ocrn'i. "Vi'e ero exocutinj rry
de-rij.tiou of itlain and fancy Jot 1'riut
il in tbe neatest atyle, end t tbe lowcel
J r.cea, at this olUro.
Marring Liooni.i and every description
of Law liluiika for fctlo fit tUia oilico, or
pr. tiled to order.
The Kdgt'iicltl lic-.ic.
Tho turroiii utteiiding the Ludiea' IVnev-
l. nt S: ck-ty, in g. Iticg tij thoir Tio-Nic,
lav before yocterdsiy, ws greater than whs
ji ucrail y aulii-ii'gtod. At least 2,IUiO j.or-
-nt wero iu atlendanc-e, and tha j.rocooil
a iil amount to at loat The objcot
ws i ne wbi.h liad tho hearty yini'iithy of
tbe j.ooj.'.e, without regard to jiolitxal sen-t.iM-nta
or prodilectioUB ; for there ia no
i..tQ whose heart i r.ot adamant no innn
:. is Dot the a!avo of absolute selfishness
- but will extend a helping hand t tlie
iiihiini'il Miid the helpleoa, though a loo. YVu
liotieod a nuuibt-r then) who had been Fed
eral aoldiera bgd been enemies to the
ConfoderaUi in war, but who, like bravo
lucu as they are, never turn a deaf ear to
Olo of the first object of the Association
i to provide thoce who lost a limb iu tho
late fctruggle, with an artificial substitute,
by which they may be enabled measurably
to mpport theinitlve in various uvoeatious
and calling to which they are adfipted ;
and many a heart will bo made glad by the
l.berality dieplbjed dsy Lef.'re yesterday,
tv all classes of our citizen.
The grcunda were niBgniCeently lighted
tip by vriogled lanterns, the color of
Lirh red, white and blue gave evideneo
list tin mat no rebel gathering, whaterer
..t.rted account of it juhv be forwarded
t the North by corresjuindents deiraus of
I 'feventing a return to that former brother
ly lovewhiehsslougesisted between all scc-t-
Lt v our once happy country.
'iberewere ten tables fairly loaded with
V(-ry p-;s of delicacy, from which the
t!ir Le partook bountifully. YVe do v.vi
k""w the names of all the ldics who bad
'i' ig charge, at J wo therefore, in order
. 'iier luay be no apparent discrimina-
:i. nt attempt to mention, any ; but
--J fay that all acquitted themeelvve
a...,t admirably. AU aeeiueJ determined
tu make the aiTair a suocef., and never were
"rt more completely rewarded.
At an early hour, those inclined to wor
i.:p at the Khrine ef Tcip'ii-ofe, repaired
a Ur-e Plateau, and there enjoyed them.
Ives till long a:ter midnight, to the light
'f ibe blading torch.
Tho re-union wii a most hnppy one, and
h .;. to witness others c-f a like charac
lr, l-ef.ire the wintry frosts return.
Ar. t;o Sim ok IIoibkholu and Hitch
" r tfcNjTi tf By C. B. Nicho! & Co., 54
J;"'l street, Saturday, June 10.
1j ahum it may concern. YVe wi',1 tell
.. entire tbick of furniture belocging to a
"irZv boarding house, cons sling of Cue so
ft', elsirs, ward robed, bureaus, eide boards,
t,j re, cok range, cribs, eifhtecn bed
'edii, e.iihteeu ehuck tnd hair mattresses,
I'-iuwk, j.illow alips, shfets, apreads, Ac.
McGavock and Mt. Vernon Ilailroad.
The Konte Selected.
$28,000 Already Subscribed.
The managers of tbe McGavock and Mt.
Vernon Street Railroad are determined to
prosecute things vigorously. Although the
books have not yet been formally opened
twcniy eight thousand dollars have been
subscribed. A formal opening of the books
w.l! take place immediately, and will be
kept by F. R. Cheatham, the Tresident, and
James McCavork, the Secretary, end it i
believed that the entire Bura necessary to
complete tbe roa"d will be raieod in a very
The cars will run fnm the Tost Office on
the South Nabhville treet Railroad track
ns far as the corner of Cedar street and the
rutlic Squaw, when it will run down Col
lege to Jttlersoa atreet, (the old Corporation
line), thence along Jelierson to Summer,
thence out Summer northward to Clay, near
the Kt. Cecelia Academy. -The road will be
a n'Dgle track, with numerous twitches as
It is tbe intention to establish a branch
leaving the main track near the junction of
Filmore street and Ophelia avenue, and
which will rin to the vicinity of the Buena
Vista Springs ; but the exact toute is cot
yet detormiced uion.
A meeting in behalf of the road will be
he'd this evening at Inglthart's corner, on
Cherry street, Germantown ; and it is hoped
that everybody interested will bo present,
T1IL SOUTH KIl.N TKLECIMPII
An Able and rtlicieiit liody of Direc
tor. The Project Destined to be a Speedy
We mentioned snme time since thst books
for the subscription of stock to the Southern
Telegraph Company would be opened at
the Second National Bank in this, city. In
consequence of the sale of the United States
Telegraph Company's linn to the monopoly
North of Louisville, it was deemed by the
agtnti here, simple justice to the people,
until other arrangements could bo made
with o'her opposition companies North, for
conueciion beyond Loisville and Cincinnati,
and in such a manner as to prevent any
future swindling of the public by sales of
lines to the existing monopolies by either
the Southern or those companies with
which they might connect.
Such a contract has now been effected
with the Pacific and Atlantic Telegraph
Company, to connect with the "Southern,"
at Cincinnati ; and during the period fixed
f..r the continuation of this contract which
is fil' y years it in not jiokhIIc for either
Company a party thereto, to abrogate by sale,
Icaxe to, or connolidation with any Company
not aparty tierclo, any of the lines owned
or to be ow ned by either Company.
The books for subscription of stock to this
company are now opened, aud we would
call the attention of our merchants, bank
er, and capitalists of Nashville, to the
Board of Directors, all of whom are well
known in our city, by our business men,
and are most of them men of capital, snd
enlarged business capacity; and some are
practical telegraphers, during the past six
teen years, having commenced tho buaineis
in iti infuiicy, and worked their way from
messenger boy tip.
As regards investment, nothing will pay
better than a telegraph line reaching from
Cincinnati through Louisville, Nashville,
Memphis, Mobile and New Orleans. At a
meeting held in New York, January 31,
lM'.ii, (-a quote from the Telegraph, March
1st.), lr. Norvin Green, of Louisville slates,
the net earnings of his com pany (South
western Coin. any, reaching from Louisville
to New Orleanscapital one million) was
three hundred and twf uty thousand dollars
for tho year JSIlo ; and that too with about
one-lia'f of his communications cut off.
The Southern Telegraph Company with
half the stock capital, will get a large por
tion of this huskies', and must, according
to I'r. Green's statement, pay from twenty
to f rty per cent, annually, when the busi
ness is divided.
The. Board o! I'irecto-s are :
JG B yle, President, Louisville.
K L Uull'iimn, Win M DeGrove, S L Gei
YV 11 Cornelius, Nashville.
F M Speed, George YV Wicks, J L Hyatt,
A B Lead i n, New Orleans.
MJ Wicks, Memphis.
Arlluir P. ter, Louisville.
For fine Carte de Y'isitcs, or large Photo
graphs, plain or elegantly colored, call at
lnayl!)-1m 42 I'nioii Stiect.
Skidoi s am Pkriiai's Fatal Accident.
Yesterday evening about five o'clock, a wo
man named Mary Jane Scott, about twenty
y.-ara of age, was run over by a freight car
near tho L uivil!e depot, and to severely
injured that it is believed her wounds will
prove fatal. She lives at her mother's on
1'n.iit atr.vt, opp-.-ite the YYork-bouse, but
vchtcrday afternoon bhe was visiting some
of h.-r uskociut.'H al a house of no enviable
reput?, adjoining tho switch, and while
there, imbibed too freely of tho ardent, an !
in her intoxication concluded to try tho ex
periment .f jumping i utthe window, which
ia nearly on a level with the street, on the
track, w h. n a train was l ucking tip. Her
Cyprians tried to induce her to dehist, but
she refused, and made the leap, and just as
she readied the ground sho s'limblcd and
fell, and before, iu her inebriate condition,
she could rise, the cars struck ber, nearly
severing her left arm, and bruising her so
severely that she can scarcely recover. No
blamo is attached to the managers of the
Seniors Accioknt. In our yesterday's
is-.uo, vie slated that a runaway occurred
near the Chattanooga depot, seriously in
juring one or two parties. We have since
learned that tho man run over was Mr.
James Rawles. of F.dgefieM, and one of the
jurors of the prelect term of the Criminal
Court. His head was badly cut, and his
body bruised, the wounds inflicted being
severe, and perhaps dangerous, lie is filty
Jiveyfars of age, aud a highly respected
For one of those gems of art, a beautiful
colored Pearl Miniature, call at
Gifrs' ; u I.FRV,
m27-lm 42 I nidi t-l.
Poino a Good Bv-fiiNrss. Tho r. umber
rassen i-ers ri.iinir over the S ulh-Nahv
ktreet railrot.l, during the month of M
was over 42,1't'O. That is doing a
CoRoveh's Invest Coroner Gso. W.
Nerve 1, yesterday held an inquest ou the
body of a colored man, rained Johu Ti-.te,
who left this city some time ago, aud enga
ge.! lo work near Giilatiu ; that, having
beu taken sick, ho starlet for this city, to
bis relatives, ho died on the way, in tlie
wagon in which be was riding. He was oi
years of age.
Eai.i. to-moht. A grand ball will come
off at Cayre's Springs, to night. The pro
prietor .f tha Hotel is Mr. B. F. Shields,
well known iu this county, and his name ia
fssuranea that it will be a grand afiair.
The Tulip Street Method. st Episcopal
Churchin EJgefifll we consecrate 1 lait
Sabbath. It is an elegant little temple.
The Advocate thinks Iloluoa's dispel will
oou be repaired and opened for divine service.
Tennessee Colonial and Immigration
Tho Executive Committee of this aseoci
alien met yesterday to complete its organi
zation. . . . . .
After reading the minutes, tbe eommittee
to whom the subject was referred presented
me loiiowing document, which was adopt-
This company is known es the Tennessee
Colonial and Immigration Society, and was
incorporated by the General Assembly of
Tennessee, May 28, 1SC6, with an authori
zed capital of $1,OOU,000 in 20,000 shares of
One thousand shares of the stock having
been subscribed, the company proceeded
to organize by the election of the following
board of directors: Maj. Gen. Thomas,
Samuel Watson, Gen. It. YV. Johnson,
Michael Eurns, J. N. Paramorc, C. C. Giers
and A. II. Heffelbower.
OFUCIKS ELECTED BY TFIEB0ABD.
President, Gen. Thomas ; Vice President,
Gen. Johnson ; Treasurer, Anson Nelson
Secretary, F. R. Cheatham; General Agent,
OBJECTS OP TI1E COMPART.
The leading objects of the company are to
encoursge immigration to our State, and to
supply the demands for every department
They propose to accomplish the first of
these objects by purchasing land when
suitablo water or porer or oth ir advantages
may bo bad for manufacturing purposes,
and also by purchasing land in larga tracts,
near cities, rivers and railroads. These
lauds will be divided into small tracts, or
lots, and every alternate tract, or lot, sold
to the immigrants, at or near cost the pur
chssers paying one-fourth cash, and the re
mainder in one, two and three years. The
company will also act as sgent to large
landholders, who desire to have their
Tbe company propose to supply the de
mand for labor, by agreeing to furnish me
chanics, gsrdners, and all descriptions of
They expect to attrsct this labor by hold
ing out the certainty of employment at re
munerative prices, in the most healthy and
genial climate of the world, and they ex
pect to satisfy the employers by guarantee
ing, when the postage money is paid, the
delivering of the right kind of laborerz to
tho employers, at any shipping point or
Our system of furnishing suitable labor
ers to all perls of the SUte wo expect to
make compiete and perfect. For its details
we refer to our circular, which will bo pub
isbed ut a future time.
The profits of the company will ba de
rived from the ultimate sale of the alter
nate tracts, or lots reserved, and from the
buildings on our localities, adopted for tbe
same, of towns and villages, and from our
aiding in manufacturing, and in the gen
eral development of the agricultural and
mineral resources of the State, and also
from the direct fee coming to the company
for the supply of operatives. Our stock
being based on tho lands, to improvement
and general development, will increase
their value and thereby enhance the shares
of tho stockholders in the same ratio.
AfterJ transacting some, other business of
no public importance, the meeting ad
Harry Everett, with his company, ar
rived at Huntsville, Monday and com
menced Tuesday night a series of theatrical
performances. The programme was "The
Lady of Lyons" and '-The Spectre Bride
groom." YVe are indebted toths Adams and South
ern Expresses for tho latest Eastern and
Thanks to Ed. YVillard for Lmisville and
CiNeiNNATi, June 7.
No rhansre in Flruror Grain.
Whisky tinner. Si 2:i dutr paid, and 2V in hond.
An M.live demand tor Bulk Mt-sU al III mid 14 :.
Hycn, Shoulders W-., cler bides i, noldels
askniu li!j.'!ie- in most crsas.
Groceries u ehrinned acd .juiet.
New Orleans .Market.
New ( Ui.r.ess, .line 7.
Cot Ion M-tier ; ssles lvn bales lew middling at
3ta.i.l.-; lo-.l:i's receipts 'i-.l lules.
Horn (i hit. s'kk-T,1 a. Oaia Wj. Hay 22o.
jMes fork i
Gold 43 ; bu-ilinRtS.
New York .Market.
Nf.w Y'oek, .line 7.
Cotton firm; 3Sn 4 On fir mi.l d rig.
Klonr lem active; eommen ai.d medium grades
111 hI.a- I -wer; extra Sia e. S hii5.
U'tii'ky ti-rn a' J ;'.",h2 17.
When; dull and deci icm;; (1 70 for Chicago
fprme; 6i i'iti i4 fnrNx.l Milwaukee.
No-j Poik untitled; ino otisdo 76 for new mess,
elo-Ming at Sio
Kiv-ori quiet; rut Matn steady; 12 ilSa for
Bli Mil.ler-, Boel 17.1IS" y lor Harris. .
lard qisiet ao heavy, .i' :sr.
Gold eix ned at 14 '" ; rioted at 144 '.
Nit to ii a I .Military Asylum.
The Manager of the Na-ional Asylum fir dip
charu'd vo uiit-er sol.litrs, anihcrlzsd by act of
'oti!ro-.s, t proTe.i March 21, ISM, ark prnpo.-a'y
or sites for Asjlums ly donation or tale. The
r.remi-es must l Mtual i in one cf the loyal Stle.
contain at least ioo a res of land, and in a
healthy locition and easy of access by railroad or
otherwise. It is tbe purpose of the managers to
erect, w.thout delay, rxUn.-ive and permanent
Inil.lings for said Asylurrs, and its eHtablihmeiit
will be laiyely advantageous to any section flr rail
road in the vicinity cf iti locition.
PUns, spec ticst oof, and estimates for Asylum
buibhci-'s including dfU'hel cottages, are a!o
asked for Ihe approval of Die Beard. LiIt:1 com-
pciiss,lir.u will b give " f 'r the successful plsn.
Propoj"l, plans, Fpeoifieation", and ettimatcs
(he Ii 1 1 nvne-.l ti I in writing, cot taining plot and
desrnf tlon cf ground and terms and eonoiticns rf
transfer-must t sent to Major General B. F.
B'JTl.EK, atlxwell, Mass., on or before tbe 2)th
day of June, IstiO.
r.r.'..!. r. i.i ii.r.n,
President Board of Miigei8.
I.rw is B. (A n.-kf.l, Secreta-y.
ITCH ! ITCH ! ITCH !
SCRATCH! SRATCH! SRATCLT!
Will Cure the Itcb. in -IH Hoar.
Aho rtirea -SALT RElir.T, ULCEKS, CHI1
r.I.4liNS. and all KKl'PlluN llF 'IUK SKIN.
Price .V cents. Kor t.ale t.y all .I'liojm. Pysend
.114 wi'.-riit-. to J A PTI Ktv, Sole A'-ols,
i?j U'.HiDi;'i)ii street, Boston, ltwill t fo'wnrde.1
by mail, fiee of pos age, to aDy part of the Cnted
Tcrsors residing in and about the city of
Na-hville, and those from a distance, who
may benlllietot with any private disease,
are particularly requested to read the ad-
vei li.-omoiil given in tins paper, oi it.
King'a Lisjieneary, No. 3 Dea.lerick street.
A prill 2-W.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HAY r. U? XIAM' iun ni ir.i'uJ-u
in oi f f r c-rr t. i " r i
Plaster cf Faris,
Lath Nails and JJair,
Fire Erick and Clay,
And o her materials req-ii .ire for building p o
Otrenl 75 s acle barrel ; $3 60 for fire ba-re!
Kanneis aill find it to their interest to e ve us a
ca I ior Land Pia.t. r to w th I loer and ol&er
Grxin and Grase it double tbe yield.
O.Ve No. C BOUTU COLLKGK STREET, rear
Chan n. aprt-3m
" .. .. . . -
Progress of Fenian Affairs.
The Nentrallly Laws to be Ee
Arrest cf Fenians by V. S. 3Iar
The Raiders Very Desponden
Arrests In New York.
Fosltlon of the Fenian Advance,
Miscellaneous Matters or In
terest. New York, June 7. Mr. Eoberts, Presi
dent of the i enian Brotherhood, has been
A dispatch from Cornwall, C. YV., stales
that one hundred thrusand men have been
sworn in at Montreal for the defence of the
St. Locis, June 7. Dan. D. Madigan
wtn. lieory, a. Morten. A.- J. t onrad
Frank Murphy, T.J. I'aily, aud M. YV. Ho-
gan, prominent tenians of this city, wera
arrested to-day by tne U. is. Marshal, and
brought before tha U. S. Tliatrint fv.i.t
Judge Treat1 presiding. Dr.Thomas O'P.ielly
was aiso arreotea, out not Deionging to tbe
Fenian Brothernood. was released on bail.
District Attorney Grover called the case of
Mr. llogan as a test case, which was pro
ceeded with, but as nothing of a criminal
character was elicited, the ciurt adjourn
ed until to morrow. Messrs. llogan, Henry,
onraa anu Morten were released on one
thousand dollars bail. But O'Digon, and
Daily refused to enter into bonds, and were
taken cfiarge ot by the Marshal. The trial
will be continued to-morrow.
Philadelphia, June 7. A deputation of
coiorea men waned on tno executive com
mittee of the Hen tan Brotherhood this
morning, and offered the services of one
hundred able bodied, well drilled colored
men, all of whom Berved in the lato war, to
marca to tbe Canada border lo hgnt for Irish
noeriy ana inaepenuence.
jNew York, June 7. It is reported that
Col. Kissingan is also arrested. The Fe
nians are very despondent here to day,
me leaders say tney can tto little more.
Their army is invading Canada. Roberts
refused to accept bail or give his paro'e
He is under guard in a store house.
xsew iOBK, June i. rue rqat s monev
article says several sensation rumors of
Bank failures here and in YVushincton were
anoat tnis afternoon. They uad no lounda
tion in fact. Tbe loan market is essv. bnt
inactive, at o per cent, commercial paper
is scarce at 6 a 6. Governments firm, but
railroad and other miscellaneous securities
Boston, June 7. special despatches from
St. Albans state that orders were received
last night to arrest Gen. Spear as well as
Geo. Sweeney, but the former sueldsulv
left his quarters on horseback shortly be
fore midnight. The opinion was expressed
tnat Oen. bwecney was desirous ot being
taken, as he hud plenty of time to get
A heavy storm prevailed during last
night and this morning.
thirty Jt emails lelt et. Albans last mgbt
for Boston, refusing to pay their fare, and
threatening to bum the town if putoli the
The aelvance of the Fenisn army was at
Last Iranklin last night, sixteen miles
north of St. Albans.
YVashington, June 7. Mr. Morgan pre
sented tho petition of Union officers engaged
in the cultivation of cotton, against the
proposed tax en cloth, which was referred
to the t inancc Ummitteo.
At 1 o'clock, the Reconstruction Eesolu
tion was taken up.
Mr. lavis of Ivy., took the floor in oppo
sition to the measure.
Hoi'sk. Mr. Aneona offered the joint
resolution bxing upon the 23;h inst., as Ihe
day for adjournment, but it was not in
order. Other business pending, Mr. Ray
mond moved the postponement of the j mt
resolution in reference to Indian treaties,
which not being agreed to, ho moved the
previous epuestiou on its passage.
The House relused to second the
previous question, when Mr. Burleitrh, of
Dakotab, moved to postpone the joint reso
lution until Monday nex1, when he prom
ised to siiow that the money appropriated
by it aud moat of which was actually spent,
was being squandered by Commissioners of
Indian alibi s in violation of law. The
motion was agietd to.
Mr. Jiuobard introduced a hill securing
homesteads to actual settlers, and encoura
ging the planting of forest trees, which was
It eives a frontier section of land, desti
tute of timber, to any person who will cul
tivate not less than lea acres, and plant
not less lhau ten more in lorest tree
On motion of Mr. Wiudom, the Secretary
of YVar was requeste d to report the expense
of suppressing the Indian hostilities in lsd4
0j. He 8lso introduced bill granting the
sale of Iowa lands to aid in c .nstructingthe
St. Louia aud Cedar Rapids Rail Road,
which was referred.
The League Island Naval Depot bill was
then taken up, Mr. Myers speaking in favor
of it. Adjourned.
N kw Yokk, June 7. Gold irregular and
ursettlcd, aud lower; opening at Hll'-v.and
advancing to 14i3J, and closing at Hi.
Freights to Liverpool dull aud drooping.
Sax Francisco, June 4. In the suit of
the California Siafe T. legraph Company
ainst the U.S.Pacific Telegraph com
pany, the latter isas neen resiraineu anu
rohibited lrom telegraphing uctweeu cities
in Nevada and California. The injunction
is permanent, and cannot be removed by
any authority whatever.
Focghkki'Sik, .N. 1., June 7. rwenty-
threo buildings were destroyed by fire ut
Port Ewen, opposite Kbinebeck, this morn
ing. Among tho sufferers are E. Honclly,
Thompson, Henry i-. blephens, a.
Hughes, Edward Cessin, and J. O'Reil y.
YVe were unable to ascertain further partic
Niw Orleans, June 7. One hundred and
fifty Fenisns left for Canada this morning
iih Mississippi rules.
The waters everywhere aro receding, and
no fears of further floods this yesr, but the
people in the immense submerged country
are terribly distressed. Relief is going from
this city daily.
A vessel arrived from lirswn, with dates
to June 4th, having on board a regiment of
Wisconsin cavalry, numbering yoo men,
Col. Gregg com maud ing.
The guerrillas continue on tbo Mexican
Dr. Morse was lassoed and murdered. The
convicts were sent to tho penitentiary by
Cortinas haa organized anew command
of 3iJ0 guerrillas.
The troops are demoralized.
The Grand Malamoras Theatre was dedi
cated. The building cost fHHI.OOJ. Gen.
Mej a aud army were present.
Bagdad was submerged by a storm in tne
Chicago, June 7. A fire occurred this
morning in Metropolitan liiock, corner 01
Lasalle and Kan.lolph streets. liuilding
lamaged 123,0110, fully insured. Ths Acad-
emy of Science suffered a loss of 11,1)00.
Insured. The fire engine Economy, while
proceeding to tbe tire, was run into by a
locomotive engine, completely, disabling it.
Two liremea wcrs killed and three seriously
Lolisvii.i.e, June 7. Sales of 204 hogs
heads of leaf toba-co, fully sustained
prices. Supertiue llour Mixed corn
in bulk f.7 cents ; prime white 73. Oats 53
cents. Mess Pork i3l.30. Bacon : Shoulders
14j'c; clear sides ly1,. Prime Lard 22)a'
This vice, which is never practiced Is
the presen-e of any one, has proved tha
everlasting ruin of thousands of the noblest
and most talented young men that ever
fave tongue to eloquence or pen to song.
I has destroyed health, blasted the cocsti
tution, and reduced the miserable victim tc
a living skeleton. Nor are these it final
and fatal effects; in its pains are scattered
the ruins cf reason, the most melancholy
sight that can meet mortal eyes. To be
cured permanently of this affliction, call on
Dr. Coleman, No. e4 North Cherry straot
or address biai by lstUr, Box ftl, Nah
Sec a Woman
In another column picking Snmburg
Grapes for Speer's Wine. It is an sdmira
tle article, used in hospitals and by the
first-class families in Paris, London and
New York iu preference to old port win e.
It is well worth a trial, and gives great
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
No. 45 Union Street,
Has on Hand and is Constantly Receiving
Superfine Family and Extra Family Flour and ileal,
Family Hard-water arjd Toilet Soaps,
Mackerel in barrels, h&lf-larrels and kits,
White Fibh in half-barrels,
Salmon in kits,
Sugar-Cured and plain Hams, Eaccn ar,d Lard,
Butter and Cheese,
Rio, Laguyra, ll&racaibo and Java Coffees,'
Green, Black and Japan Teas,
Sugars, of ail qualities and grades,
Golden Syrup and Molasses,
Maccaroni, Tapioca, Sago acd Vermaceili,
Rice, and Tearl Barley,
Tomato Catsup, Cumberland Club and Pepper Sauces,
Lea & Perrin's Worstershire Sauce,
English and American Pickles,
RaiBins, Currants, Citron and Sardines,
Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Canned Peaches, Plumbs, Cherries, Blackberries, Raspberries
Oysters, Salmon and Lobsters,
Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger, Cinnamon, &c,
Bi. Carb. Soda, Saleratus and Yeast Powder,
Wrapping Paper and Paper Bgs,
E. R. Durkee's Extarcts,
Tubs, Buckets and Brooms,
Ale and London Porter in bottles,
All of which I am offering at Lowest market
Oall andjudge lor yourself.
a A. CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL & SPIRE,
(SUCCESSORS TO H. CAMPBELL.)
Importers of and Wholesale and Retail
i '"14V Jr
Plated and Britannia Ware,
Castors, Forks, Spoons,
ALWAYS ON HAND AT
Mo. Public Square.
Prices Reduced on all Imported Goods in iho sama Pro
portion as tha
AU Foreieit Goods, whiVfl comprise a larira crnnnrtinn rr
Potteries, and all American manufacture, we order
compete with any market in 1 the United Blatee, only
members of the arm hate been engaged wuh H.
ourselves that we are thoroutr.nly acquainted with
supply the wants of the public,
rtrtkuiir Aitsstioa paid to Packing and Shipping.
CAMPBELL & SPIRE,
FOB THK KXTERMINATIOy OP
Body Lice, Crab Lice,
And for the Cure of Common Itch, Camp Itch, Uarber's
Scald-Head, Tetter, Dandruff in the Hair or ear.l.
Diseases of the Skin. Price 1 per box.
This Cerate has been in use in France, and all the European countries, and was discot
e ed Ly on of ibe most eminent and dist nguisbed Hurpeoos in ihe City ol funs.
Tha Proprietor has gone to sreat expense to procure .he original raceipi of Dr. Velloek
for bis receipt of the Cerate; a so his celebrated
ALTERATIVE. OR BLOOD PURIFIER,
which should be used to Cleanse the Illood. and ope th Boweia in all d.seveq cf the
Skin. Jt is not necessary to be used with the CKKa l'J, where the or.jwct is the destruc
tion of Lice or other Vermin.
Price One Dollar Per IMItr.
Physician, generally, pay little or 00 attention to these afflictions, and theennsequence
is families suffer gre it annoyances from Lire, ltih, T,tcr, Jiiiv-Worms, Ac , and iuI lu
senxeji of the Skin and finally thesedisev.es o the skin are t ransmitted from p irent 10
child; and can, by thrv remedies be permanently ourwj snd eradicated lrom Ihe syHtem
The PINK CErUTH. and the ALTKRAT1 VE my h form foi sale by all Druggists"
and can be sent ty mail er express to all parts of ihe country. '
All orders should be addressed to
.TAJVlKbJ GtiASCOriC. Proprietor,
Post itili. e Hoxlii, Jsa-hville, T. nn.
TARTAN k CO , are my Wholesale Agents in Naehville, 'J enn. nuraj-tm.
The Most Perfect Iron Tonic,
HEGEMAVJ Ferrated Elixir of Bark, or E ixir
ot Calisaya P.ark. with Pvrophoephate rf Iron.
Prepared by H bliKMAN CO.. ChemisU sud
Druggists, N-w Vork.
rlKOPUtWPHA lKOF IRON was introduced hv
E. Robiquet, of Pans, in 1853. and leceited favora
ble notice lrom tbe French Aeademv; it ia eaai v
assimilated, and not decomposed in the s omsrh by
food or the gastric ju.ee; it ia a prompt, efficient
tonic, combining tbe effect of Phosphorus and
lion, and is not stimnlatinf cr irritant.
Our r KKKATKD ELIXIR OF HARK is a pleas
ant Cordial, possessing the valuable pronernes of
Cal eaya bark, and contain eight grains of tne Py-
roptospna eoi iron in ea"h fluid ounce: and in ail
cases, where a mild and efheaiioii Iron Tonie is
desired, will 1 found a most taluable pre pa rat on.
ran pie lurnisned to Physician on appl-eaiion.
PL'KK VACCiMS Chl'dTi. eeiected from heailhv
country rh.ldren, warranted rel-.atxe.
bJibt.M A CO'd Coidial Llixir Cab sat a Bark.
Alum and Kino Lovngea and Chlorate Poiash Lo
aeogea. AU tne abote soil by LTntgiUi.
HEbKMaN a ex.
marT 6m Chemists and Druggist. New Vork.
1ENRY & JOUiN PARET, Jr,
55 CIIA3IUEKS STREET,
Manufacturers and Jobbers
ALarpe Sbsck adapted to Southern Trade
THA' elegant Store ca th. eoratr of the Bqaare
and (War street, kn-wn as the OommcciW la
auranc Ofhc. For terms, cal) on
UHISLD8 A CO
fMS tf S6 and 1 College atree
Original Attachment-No 294
John H. MJligan vs. Andey Milsapa.
IT appanrc from the affl latit Bled in Ibis rise
that tha delen iol m eoareala himeelf or abar-ond
that the ordinary proeaa cannot be aerved oa him;
it is meiore erterei tnat puulicatino r made for
lour f uoceaa.te weefca m tne ailhtlil Cnioa. do-t-.tyirg
tbe aaii Ao-ley Milpi to appear befira
J r.a M.n a, aJusLeeor the peace ia M.i sonnlie.
Monroe rourty. Tennesne.. on tbe It,th day ol
Jure, ISM. to answer ttea and Uier. the aaid iu
t hm nt a tbe law directs, or th. Mine will tie
uaeo aa oooieaaed and tuiard ex rt a. to turn.
I ra th. 6th day of Dec3j'r, I"--saaiUtt
Juii. KIN 13. J. P.
B. W. SPIRE.
Tcz Srays, c.
for Country Trade,
decline In Gold.
from thu Mnnfoi..Jr .k.,. 1.1...
a.ldinK theditterenee in transportation ": and as both
Camptll for many years, wo, therefore, flatter
the crockery busme, and are fully prepared to
1 r"i' w
and other Vermin,
The Tennessee Marine
i UUHII 1111 1 1
t'.Jer th. K.w Charter, la mow opea for
NO. 31 0KT1I COLLEGE STKELT,
(ut poo a to coaaxa or trsioit rt.
A. W. BLTLKR, Bec'y.
JOgEPII W. ALLEJf, Pres't.
ALLEN, JNO. M. BILU
WATSON M. COOKE,
JNO. B. JOHNHON.
G. M. FOGG,
c. a. b. thompson,
dajtl f. carter,
r. b. cheatham,
A. G. ADAM1
City lioo Store,
CPPCSITE THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL
Seminal weakoeea, etc can be cnreH by one who
ha reat:y cured bim-eu and bundre-1 of others,
aad w.!l teil you Botrng Jixit tn tmtn. Addrea,
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES
The Dispensary is Located at
NO. 3 DEADERICffiSTREET
IN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
H nlt? T T ??' J 7 ' treating ,li.et-M in the City of New York. I.rnl-T.lle, Er New
Orleans, La and for the bud nine Ter ,n a.(.v;ile. Tenn , flstiers r..m,'ll ft at ui cured Z
many thousands of ca.8, rresentinij at bis l-.Mrt lor i,r,...,nn,i ZJ.Jl . 1. ?
This difficulty cured in a few dnys nithout nauseaUng medicines or painful appl,eauo.
in the uretha, orother ; unpleasant effects from ill eure.1. or from neglect ot proper trea:
laboring nuder Oonorrhea, cured in a tew days without causing pain.
in ita Prims-rr. Secondarr and Teohurt
. '. . - " -
With any difficulty of tho Womb, er other ailments,
01 ine 4 1 sea, perlectly eradicated lrom the ponstiuition, which hh.-nld lie a very arest coD..,lerat,on to
ir by a description jeiten by their family physician of Die eve. ' r c" '
This elisease is brouaht on hv solitarv hsbiU ot trmth. Perhsr.s en
Vice It not only de-troys bodt and m.nd, render ne lliscnhvi nnSi f.'r the ordinarr hu-ineM cf I 1 .
but causing a tra.a of sjmpiotru to be sppreheodei from its frightful etfecis.
Medicines Famished at Ihe Dijpfcsarjs
All persons aPDlTinsrat the Disoensarv are foruished me.li.-mAa fra nia.K..... . 1
bate their cases ciired. ' '
All persons abroad, who write, desirincr information rerecfin!. ttio" . ,
cd to iucloee Ten Dollars, to insure an answer, which sum will 1... er...i,t...i u, i.. ... .
charged tj cure their case, provided the case
Patients from Abroad
Will be provided with comfortable board, lodgin?, snd every attention, by making the
necessary arrangements in advance of leiving for Nashville.
This Dispensary is locate I on the south side
over the business bouse of Kobt. tve A. Co.
rAll business confide-ntial.
Medicines seut by express and mail to any part of the country.
Direct all letters to
ITtT. V. TillVO,
NO. 3 PEADEP.ICK STUEKT, NAS1IV1LLK, TENN.
rot once iiox ann.
Sy0flle'e hours from 3 in the morning to fi
An Old Song, set to a New Tune.
'Ai wiuf ftfjtrnat h$$
Ants iitnf Ii'Mtcttfis
Von tf eir h-Jr nmie out,
And M-refi'il AiV,
Jti tf c ' t
Ouu'y .v'.ry ftrVxitV
-wi-t..:' -if it,
"18 years esj,' hst 1 in N. Y. Cu t."
Only infallible reirir-1 Xncan."
"I- ree from I' isoa-."
Not dangerous to Hie Human Famlt."
"Itats come out o! their holes to die."
"CostarV Rat, Kn.it h, Ar., Extcr's,
Is a pie f.r Mtct. I!fjarh9
Blivkaivt .'.. .I11.1, ilc, d-., .fc, d.:
"CostarV Bcd-Kus Kxtcrmlnator,
Is a liijind or wsh use.l lo .le-t oy, and
al as a pretei.t.ve lr i' . ye' i, Jr.
"fOstarVKlPftrlc I'owder for Insects
is for J-..'., .M's...i '..., t'!its,
iiurcln on 11'UiIk, Vik-N, AmnmU, if , ,ff.
V I I ! BrwACi ! I I of nil worth'es irn tation..
" tree that "1tii s" mm. im on t-wh hox.
hoiile, and Haik, liefoe ton buy
C.-Adlresi UHAHY il. l Osl'tll.
l'..oa.l.y, . T.
"Sold in Nashville, Tenn.,
mw hy w.J t:. w
And all Dnigiu aud Kctailers,
IPirRKiSE OF RATS The FAIvi
(English) aeris and prove by figures that cue
pair uf h lb ill batea proceDt aud d.-aceuiiauta
do less than ir. I.oio in three tears. N., unl--.
thisinmieruie l.'nolyi sn kept down. th y would
consume more lood th.n would sunUun 6V100 hu
urn oee "Costa " adtertisement a!te.
RATS versus PIRI H Wh'terenpge in shoot
ing small isrda is a cruel man ; whoever aidn in i-x-terminst.ng
ml is a rn.-!i tor. l...t;M like
some one to gife us the benefit of Iheir expenen- e
in dnt ng oui thee p.-sts. We need soT-ih ng
lJi.le clots, eats, anil tiaps for ths I U.-.ne?
tcu-rifirir Ame' trail, iV. )'.
a)aree "C.jr.a'a" adt'rt.serneut abote.
'COHTAR'9 FAT KXTEkMlNATOR is ..mrle.
safe, and mre-the nio-t perlott KAT-ih.ai.oD
meet ng we 1 ae -ter atendei. Etery R.t tbat
eao ?l it, pror'y prepsred, w II eat it, and etery
one Uiateata it win oie, generally, at eoma piar e as
diHtaot as possiMe from where it waa team. JsiLe
Jlirh , Murtrr.
J "CjtAa'a advertisement aljote.
HOUSEKEEPERS IronUeH with term.
Ym so no lonirer, if they nss OwrAa's" Kxterrri.na
kr. V. e hate ui.e.1 il to our oatt-t. t.on ; and if a
box roet t", we would hate it. We hae ine t poi
son, but tney ett.- uvl nothing; but "CoeiarV ar
ticle kno. ks tne breath ou of Kate, Mice, koat-h..
Aula, and bed-bugs, "(Uitker tnn we ran wrtc it
II 10 greal demand all oter the coun-rv SU,lrn
'C'tas s adtertisement abote.
A YOKE FROM THE FAR WFHT.Rr.v n
r "Coaiar a' Kat. Pov n. Aot. A; . Kitam, n.if,r
"more gnun and protisions are denir' te.i nn,i ,iiw
In lirant eoun-y by term.n than would lay lor '-,n
ol lhi Kat and In-ex I K.l.cr." Lf.nca. Jer IWu.)
' adtert!mnt above.
FARMERS AND lioI'SEKKEfE rjs-ahoti 1 1 re
eolleet that bundre. of d..;ar' worth of Gram
Provision., A.. are annually d'&trote t by K;.t-'
Mi:e, Ants, and otner id-u. ini t. rmin ail of
which cn he preeDud by a few dolUrs" worth of
'C.Ta . ' Kiit Ko h, An Ac, Jtxtraunau,r,
taillil and used freely.
sv"e "Coraa's" a.Jvertisment sb-.te.
lold in Naj-hvi'Ie. Tenn.. Yr W 1
4 C. W.
fcM I I'll, and a'l Draf-la aud Dtolers.
to !. I 3 wanted la err town .n n..t..
hood, for -THK 6KET LAH"K hAV leli." .
Dew artirle ia greet demand, .nnh ...
ecllred bt lMler.t .ne .... ..i....
.ro,ui...ii.iii., mU:t''Mol.i pr
day w,tbaeap.t,Uof sui:. Aoy prw,n htm
al.Ulesrebine. w II find it pranl and rrort
atiie. iv-nd t lilipa UI circuia'. an.l rMort,
Eox i7ul tbjeago, IU.
J . ., u ,mi r 11 i 1 m.
and erery vest-t"
r-m.oma nereonary iranam.a cf any ,.a
effectually cura.1. I r,i;n .n ,.,,.,
-..s-,., .,lnj W-lo
of Deaderick street, very near tbe P.mare
in the evenin".
IS THE HOST SUCCESSFUL
Ilij IVac-tieo now Exlen.Is over
U I K l -ki. I IU N r (STATMS.
With 1ih ycenl
I'r l.ce, he treais tho H.tiow-
C A S E S :
Kbeurn.iti m, A b; .-.-ti. -n s of liio Lunps,
Di .s.-h of th.; Xhr .at, h welled .lo nt.. Surf
Limbs, Pleurisy, l'aim, L'lcer, tuc. r, t -Vel,
D s-.-h.-h 01 tb li. nrt and Liv. r, IntU
rnaiiou ,,f U,,i r-loina. b, N. uralgia, Kim''
l.vil or Scrofula, Deiilm-st, Dii.-iif.ea ,t tho
Ky.s, Debilitated fcv.su-ins, lypfpsim or
In.iii;e-ti.,n, and 1 'one 11 in pt mi., together wuh
a I I'm vale Disease.-!, and Diseuues ol ll.o
TO THE LADIESI
All altclion- of the Womb treated with success
Tounz Msrned Ladies, who- m-sfortiia. it h
li-i-n r,..t b.l.ri: g hirtli .11 due season, can ccusuii
mo ei:ncr by le.o r or in person.
r Ii I V A T E DISEASES
or all grad. Primary and Secondary, rvn,Ta,j
from tt.e My tem.
N KJ II T EMISSIONS CURED
DR. M. '. ILL treats Iisa-e at any dt.nce aid
Reoda .Mrt.l.emea to all p.rta. faaiMw-cif.u cuiina-
Mis O"io ij otieorih. flne-t arranged la th.
City, with two rooms, well 6l.e. 110 lr u,e re. ep
t'on of Ladiea and (.endein.-n, who a.-eda.ly tj-.l-mg
rum lrom all parts.
All letu rs dire, ted to DR. Mc'ilLf Pt Tit.
. ashtu;, nn.
urn.-e on l.nion !rMl. nr V-,rk-. u..-
FOR COTTON BALES.
JULY iC, lati.
. r ri an kt
BEARD & BRO.,
Nos. 210 1,212 Main Street,
ST. LOUIS. MO.
rrHEr,RZtTE.ST INVENTION OF TR E ACE
1 l- .og a pn.te.-t.oi. against Fire ao I ai l not r,t
. . ..i.i.jiuH .ir.ni? 1 n
wi'n r.i.l'tt cfa.!.,,.
.-i...r,nir...i.i Iin-IKIKI. OK A MIH
l TIKI PA I..LK bftomiM
UUiag now well kuowa U, all in. dera iu
rope for In: ngctton, lt,tonlya very err. a I rro
or hemp w:i i,,.. ,h tn4 Um, ,B r)
e.viei.ce, tne pri.-e w,li rule tert high, and thu a
eiipp y cannot oereliel on at any pnr.. ls r,j0.
ei.iera- on of ,),, fe,.,., .ir, and tf.cw.
rTi,nng t.es, w.!! do we!! to put m tn.,r ord.rior
r.iue.o.,u, ib.reoy awnjnng a snpplv or the.
w n. I be in.i.citions bow, to ut a. we hy Uained
are, t,.a ihe demand b.r ir. a Le w.ll Le tert iarae'
hence the nee.,, ,T of m.k:n( Mrly '
a lure.M-1 to the manufacturer.,
tT JS E A Ml-EPfl T, or M J tM if H cj,
. . -Af MoHEE. Memphw, lean!
W,!l meet WHh prompt ataiioa. '
UKAUD 5c IIRO.
Ak ai,.j MAxirACTtairts or thb
Eiftlsior Fire and Burglar-Proof Safri.
Price Ijts and Circulars fumuhed ooaf plicalw
1 WhlM.tr.et, on. iKON.IiAV rlLI.Y." yeluw
oi l, long man and U 1, a.-rnil aiar 01 frer-i,l a
ineil wn;ie p,,i ib.ojtde of tbe U ft h ml loo
W-t or Oiner maras ire-ep'.il.le. Apprai4
l .k8 up ly Pnse!l:a MvUn, a atny COW of
whro,r wuh la-a ear, m.rkej iww uiKj.ri,(
ia each ear. for. l.t r.!-k a btile bi0 Ul. k .
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