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Ball building, Kooa a )
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TAYLOR, GRiSVVOLD & CO.,
217 Superior Street,
WILL OPEN ON MONDAY,
ORGANDIE MUSLINS,
In Beautiful Deaigna.
M0ZA.MBIQUES,
In Ctaae, Stride an J Plaid.
Black liKd White Ctietk Silks,
la SoHI aad Broken Checks.
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SATURDAY, JUNE"
3, 1865.
VOL. XIX-NO. 1S2
The Latest News.
BY TELEGRAPH.
BY TELEGRAPH. LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
BY TELEGRAPH. LAST NIGHT'S REPORT. WASHING TON NEWS ITEMS.
JEFF DAVIS ATRIAL
THE COHSPlBftCYyJBlU.
IT TILl UK COSOLCDED NEXT
- ' WEEK.' ' ;
'
. ... '. -
Passport Crdcr1 Cesclnded.
:
Soninern eorernors la Confer
ence with the President.
THE G0YESE.T BE1DY
TO EBSU3IE SPECIE
PH51EXTS.
Large Sums Paid to Sher-
- man's Ainiy.;,;?:
WHI H1LLECE WAS TiUXS-
FEKRK J TO CALir0KSIA.t.;
FROM FORTRESS MONROE
Sailing of the Texas fleet.
CKF. SQESttlN IN SEW T0SK.
He Is Beset bj Crowds of People
The Indiana . Conspirators
Transferred to Columbus, (
The Horees Tendered to Presi
dent Johnson Bold
at Auction.
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
60LI) LAST 3SISHT 137 1-8
FROM COLUMBUS.
[Special to the Cleveland Leader.]
COLUMBUS. June. 2.
Bowlea, Mu'Hgaa And Hoaraey, the Ind
iana conepiralors, who were o fortunata ai
to bkve their senteaee commuted to im
prisonment at hard labor for life, were re
ceived at the Ohio Penitentiary Ihi aflir
noon. '; i . j
The 88th Ohio, at Camp Chase, elected,
to day, a sergeant of the regiment as dele
gate to the State Convention, thug securing
am ambitious politician of Columbusi one
army vote at least In tupport Sii dlaim
for gubernational honoia.
Governor Brough haaparUally periectea
arraDgemects for giving an appropriate re
ception to the returning Ohio regiments to
be mastered out at Camp Chase. J
General Grant has Usued an order di
recting all bquor ihopg along )he, lite of
travel of the returning troop, also places
of rendezvous, to be closed while they are
being mustered out. Xajor Ekiies, com
mandant at this post, will rigidly enforce
the order within his jurisdiction. '
Pay Agent Lester left for .Nashville this
morning to receive allotments from phio
men in the 4th Corps, which is about to be
Paid- . .. ' r
The Governor has been officially ai-
Tised that General Sherman's arrcy will be
paid at Louisville. - ' j
The Paymasters here are over crowd aa
with business, in conatquence of the re
cent orders discharging men from the hos
pitals. Hsjor. William alone, during the
month f May, pa'd 297 to 3.T9S dis
charged soldiers upon separate vouchers.
The Major has no superiors in the ray
masters' Department in dispatching pusi
nets.. ' j .
In consideration of thet meritorious, aw-
ices and long imprisonment in the bands
of the enemy, the President has revched
the ten tence dismissing . Cspain H, G.
Tibbala, 12th Ohio Infantry from the ; ear-
vice. Ee has been honorably OKtDatated.
General M. D. Legget, cf Louisville, has
written a letter declining; te be eoasidered
candidate before the Union Convention
for the nomination of Governor. ' '''
Associated Press Report.
DAVIS TRIAL.
NEW YORK. June. 2.
The Poet's Wasbierton sveclal' Says
The trial of Jiff- Davis, in the Hailed
Rtatna Court, in this city, will take place
before ruU bench, coftsistrog et jnoge
Carter, of Ohio, Judge Olm, ot Jew loik,
SBd Juflge TKyJie, Ol atrginia.1 i i
SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN.
PHILADELPHIA, June. 2.
RnWriDtiont to the 4-aftinwa AofdaV,'
telegraphed from all pTta of n Union to
Jay Cook, amount to $t,B13,800'The folr
i.;r,rr amnnr the Urawstsubtortption :
Hatioial Bank of Pittsbureh, $100,000
k . inn .1 HanK. ot Manexav vmo,
mono: First National Biit er rnua-
delphia, $117,000; First national Ban oi
rorUna jo-e, so,w. , ""7"
Bank of Boston, $50,000. - Thera were L069
Individual subscription-1 I 1 ? !
Cat Wednesnay next, lswima tir too jimw
notes Of the third series of 7-SS loan, of all
denominations will be ready for dlirerv
to subscribers. xney win. . ue
after tnat day wHh hs sane promptrtude
that marked the supply ototeoi the tirst
and second awiea. Is wts beeu their later
rnption of delivery at the limf-of subserip-
lion wnicn nas givou opy-.r,,. .
laUit g eff in the popular Ukii. g of toe ban,
a great body oi tne smau wtania uuii.g uu
willing to pay their moner nnlees they re
Aaiwa their notes risht in Aand to carsy to
their homes. It is ex pec tea in sr. ater next
.k tha dallvaubsotioUoaaAa-UaN i ous
will run up inte miUioot,, Tbe opening of
iha f armors' wool markeU flaat-ana west
Will undoubtedly stimulate subscriptions.
DISSATISFACTION AMONG TROOPS.
HARRISBURG, PA, June. 2.
rvmat rlisiratisf action bereamong
waar trooDs with the order of the Soc-
r-i,' .1.. V,
Mtarv oi vy ar reuuiuiiu: m w
anih ore-anizauons ao p voua. iuo.
mu tht thaaa lroona were mustered out
I iw.f.Tra the exrriraUoB ef their termi is re-
' 1 Kw .if rio-ht-mrnaed mem &I tinten-
gcaU UCVS tJJ aa 7 .
able. The State authorities are increasing
thai nertkns to have this order rescinded,
r.ri to naenre for one-year troops mo orig
inal amount of money' to which they are
I .ntltlnH. - -- i
Ge-ernot Cm-tin -wiH formally reeeive
I v.,i.r nf thArliffarentreirimBnUat
UIO laii b- ; o
Camp Ourtia to-morrow. i
a m)1 has been issued by Simon Csma-
for the meeUne of the Union 8tW
Ctnvwttoa, at Uamabars o Wednesday,
the I9tho Joiyi, - o 1 v, i'T
HARRISBURG, PA, June. 2. GOLD MARKET.
HARRISBURG, PA, June. 2. GOLD MARKET. NEW YORK, June. 2.
" Gold b firm finier ft steady export dft-
a Tha aaXe. h.arUC djuinc the
morninc at about J3 J... Jaxport f or
morrow it expected to be tmt f l.oo.
Oil A . a;wf 1H7J.
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VTOiU ao-ii.'ait srj-..T1l-n.e
a ,
WASHINGTON. ITEMS.
WASHINGTON, June. 2.
were
Roaaeler was at his boardine bouse in
Washington a day or two alter the aeaasti
nation.- -
Thoa. J. Beybold test:fled that about two
weeks before the aasaasination Booth occu
pied box . T, adjoining that in which the
President wat subsequently shot. On the
Tth of March, witness not being able to
find the key, broke opeu box No. 7, in order
tn admit ft gentleman and his company.
Two wiUteeMS employed at me theatre naa
exhibited ft rope to them found in npang
tar's carpet bag ; they said it resembled i
similar rope used in the theatre, but could
not ssv positive)' it was the same.
. The police have taken possession of
Ssaton Hail, the jewels, implements, &c,
of New York manufacturing jeweler's
association. and arrested the principals.
The arrest were made on the charge of
swindling.' Svidence wat produced to
show that the gift concert partook of the
character of ft eambline institution. The
parties were held to bail before the crim
inal court. . .
The folio wine official notice wat issued
to day:
DlFAKTMIXT OF BTiTT.,
WASHOieroK. June 2, 1865. f
order of the
Whskbas, pursuant to an
President, and at means required for pub
lie safety, directions were announced from
this department, under date of the 7th ot
.December, lbt, requiring passporu irom
ftU travellers entering the United States,
except emigrant passengers directly enter
ing as an emigrant from a foreign country;
and whereas, the necessities which re
quired the adoption of the measure are
believed no longer to exist, now, therefore,
the President directs that from and after
this date tbe above order referred to shall
be and the same is hereby rescinded. No
thing in this regulation, however, will be
construed to relieve from due account
ability any enemies of the United Htates,
or offenders against their peace and dig
nity, who may hereafter seek to enter tee
country and at any time be found within
WILLIAM H. SWARD.
Secretary of State.
Governors Brown, cf Ga, and Boyca, of
S. C, well known in connection with the
lata rebellion, and Governor Hamilton,
(loyal) of Texas, were to-day separately
in conference witn tne rreeiaenu govern
or Brown, has been released from prison on
his parole.
Secretary McUulloch has just addrMsea
the following circular to all Collectors of
Customs:
"All restrictioni heretofore placed by the
Treasury Departmenton the exportation of
anthracite coal is hereby removed.'
It is already known that the military
Court which tried Representative Harris, of
Maryland, for Riving aid and comiort to
rebel soldiers, have sentenced him to three
years imprisonment and disqualified him
for holding efflce. Since the adjournment
affidavits favorable to tbe accused were
considered by the President, and this is the
reason wby the sentence is remmitted and
n r. narris rweaaea ironn iinpriBuuuiua.
.During the month ot May requisitions
to the amount of $97,000,000 ware made
upon the Treasury for the payment of the
armies.
The delectation from Alabama are re
ceiving very little countenance here. The
President will not consent for call ot the
rebel Legislature of that State. '
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK. June. 2.
1 The Commercial's special says there is
much complaint at Halleck's management
ia ttiobmond. At is cnargea tnat reoeis
are creeping into power under his influence.
These charges together with others explain
his transfer to California.
A aharn contest is coins; on respecting:
the Assistant Treasurer-ship of New York.
Mr. HcCulloch tendered Mr. Vermilge tho
position; but his declination, however,
opened tbe case and a recent combination
oi Aioany Aepuouuau suu wamwiBMii
leaders are working for Mr. Blatchford.
To day, General fcherman, in moving
about the city, was beset by crowds ot
citizens anxious to hear him speak, and to
shake hands with him. He would not
speak, however, and hastily extricated
himself from the crowds surrounding him,
shaking hands with those became in con
tact with. This evening he will receive
bit friends at the residence of nu cousin,
Mr. Scott, and to-morrow evening he will
be the guest of the Union League.
There are now ftooui o,uuu reoei priaoa
s in Mart's Island, near this city.
They have comfortable barracks, and are
furnished regular soldier's rations. They
are allowed to go to the shore to fish and
bathe. Visitors are not aJiowea on tne
Island.
The nrisoners occupy themselves mak
ing various trinkets, which they sell to
procure tobacco, &a Among them are
many memoers oi ooutaerm uauiuia emu
they hold prayer meetings regularly.
Having seen tne jrresiuant a pnuuiauuu
for ft fast dsy they proposed to observe it,
nd made arrangements accordingly.
Their services were impressive and veiy
interesting. The first prayer wat for the
President ot the unuea Distes.
Nearly all the men in the hospital have
ofiered to take tbe oath of allegiance.
The horses, arriage and harness, de
clined as a present by President Johnson,
were told at auction to-day. The horses
brought $1,900, cost $3,500; the carriage
hrnuirht $1,400. cost $2,100; the harness
brought $430, cost $6T6- Another span of
horses and ft carriagej equal mj mo auuvo,
were sold for $1,600.
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
FORTRESS MONROE. June. 1.
Tha Texan expedition, under command
of General Weils!, wnicn nas neen suing
nnt in this harbor durinz the put week, is
now fairly on its way to its point of desti--BrsAioB,
somewhere along the coast of that
State. Preparatory to its sailing orders
aarat nuiied to the commanding officer on
Wr! of each vessel, to proceed first to Mo-
.bile Bay, in the vwanuy ot jroria Morgan
and Gaines, with tne view 01 maaiug a mo
decvous at that place In order to coal the
steamers, and to thoroughly clean them be
fore proceeding any iuruwr kuutou.
The steamers composing this expedition
re among the largest and best adapted to
king tea voyage ot any anowu w mm
mercantile tervioe, and were chartered es
pecially by the diffarent quartermasters in
New York, Philadelphia, and other places
lor the purpose, xne rnajar poruuu ot "o
fleet, containing fifteen of the largest steam
ers, bat already sailed, while the remaind-
composing u r"" -
Boutb, Jtkshmond, Western aanrnpuus,
Tonawonda, O. C. Perry, J. P. Everman,
Empire City, Beheeca, Barber, Cambria,
and Tillie, are now lying in the B ads, and
-ill .ail attnar this evening: or to-murruw.
v.Twthma seems auspicious, lor tne saieiy
.nri auenm of the .steamers with tbey
troops, to reach the point of render vous in
.u.JTl. .l Tha weather has
been fair, with every prospect of its con
tinuing so.
FROM NEWBERY.
NEW YORK, June. 2.
iawrrn. North Carolina, dates of the
30th state that the proposition to pay
the national debt meets witn mucn isvor
manw brutineat men there will take
shares in it. The former wealthy citizens
rf N.wm are ret or nine, ana meet wiw
hospitable treatment irom tneir ibvd
"who not only rolieye their
but furnish them with money to pay their
taxes.
Tha slams who followed : our
through the South are returning to their
hntmrn in treat numbers, having experi
enced much suffering, and becoming satis-
fled "there is no place lin noma. ...
ADMIRALTY CASE.
ST. JOHNS. N. B. June. 2.
UK
T the admiralty case of the Queen
Seelyof the Chesapeake, to-day, Sir Jas
per Carter, Chief Justice, and Judges
w,irar and Boichla presided. . Tho Jury
went out and there is no probability
ST. JOHNS. N. B. June. 2. FROM CAIRO.
CAIRO. June. 2.
One hundred"and sixty bales of cotton
passed for St. Louis. The cotton market
was active with laree Teoein;s. ; The quo
tations range from 26 to S3. .
A portion of the bluff above Cdlambns,
JLentucky, lell into tne nver to aaj, carry
ine- with it ctrt of Fort Halleck and bot-
eral buildirgi ' The extent of the ssualty
is not fully' known, but H is feared a num
ber of lives are lost.
' '
DIED.
BOSTON, June. 2.
Francisco Skinner, of the well-known
dry goods house of Frank akdnner c. Co,
died yesterday. ' - . .
Special Report.
NEW YORK. June. 2.
FINANCIAL.
there was a firmer feeling on the railway
list throughout. At the first call there was
no pressure to tell, and rather mora dispo
sition to buy stocks both for cath and on
seller's options. There was ft general im
provement in prices, with , the greatest ad'
vance on North Western. The market
was strong; with a contiderable movement
in Erie, Hudson and Pittsburgh. j
Miscellaneous list higher.
Government stocks were firmer and in
demand during the latter part ot the day,
but they opened weak in the morning.
Railway mortgages and State bonds con
tinue quiet and steady. . ,
The export demand for gold continues
good, and fluctuations are small.
Foreign exchange Arm without much ac
tivity. . !.,..,;!
The demand for money is moderate and
the merket equal to 6 per cent.
PETROLEUM.
Petroleum stocks quiet and steady,, with
fair sales. The United States Company
have declared s dividend of 7 per cent,
It is announced that other companies are
to declare dividends soon. The sales to-day
were as follows : j '
Buchanan 100; Cherry Bun 47; Highgate
62; Excelsior 870 ; Oceanic 210; Common
wealth 400.
At tbe Petroleum Stock 'Board, first
board, Empire City 230; Bynd Farm 263 ;
Tack 128; United State 1745; Bergen 100.
Petroleum inactive at 35o for crude; 49
60c ; for refined in bond 6869c tor renned
DAY GOODS.
The Expre sj says: Tbe great activity In
dry-goods is over for the season, yet desir
able fabrics iare very much, in demand.
This ia ef pscially true ia regard to black,
gross grain si ks and jaconets. Bleached
and brown cotton goods ' are somewhat
lower, but prints are scarce and firm. ,
RESUMPTION OF SPECIE PAYMENTS.
The Herald's "Washington special says
Secretary McCullocb, in conversation with
prominent , politician a few days since,
stated that the Government is now ready
to resume specie payments, and that its
finances are now in a condition to enable
it to adopt that course. The only thing
that prevents the immediate tdoption of
that plan is tbe ir jury it would cause to
the business interests ot the country. The
indications are that ft retort, to specie pay
ments will b ado lassuremany months.
U. S. ATTORNEY FOR ALABAMA.
It is understood that the President has
decided to appoint James J. Smith, of Bel
ma, Alabama, U. S. District Attorney for
that State. Mr. Smith was arrested for his
devotion to the Union cause, but made hit
escape, and has resided fat the past two
years in Nsshyille.
DIPLOMATIC RUMOR.
It is rumored that Blair will be given an
important foreign appointment, .
DISBURSED.
The Tribune's special says that the Pay
master General hss disbursed $800,000 to
officers of Sherman's army since its arrival
here, and wiJ pay out as much more next
FROM NORTH CAROLINA.
The Herald has a letter from Greens
boro, X. C, 21st ult, from a correspondent
who passed by' rail from" Petersburg to
that point. He describes the railrcads in ft
very bad condition, nearly all the cart and
engines being out of order.
Rebel railway officials say if the war had
lasted six months longer the roads would
have been, at most, entirely useless. The
road frcm Danville to Greensboro, built
during the war, runs up and down hill with
a grade according to the face of the coon.
try. The country is stripped of provisions
And is destitute of money. Large quanti
ties of wheat were sown last autumn, but the
winter frosts killed bearly all of it
' The wheat harvest will be very small,
and the q lantity of corn will not be suffi.
cient for the wants of the people. Half
the negroes are working in the fields and
the balance are enjoying their freedom,
but are likely to. return to labor before
long. Large numbers of paroled soldiers
are wandering through the country plun
dering the inhabitants.
MISS ANN SURRATT.
WASHINGTON. June. 2.
i
During the recess hour Miss Anna Bur-
ratt entered the court room and took teat
near her mother. She was dressed in
deep mourningi and her eyes had the ap
pearance of; being heavy with grief. She
occupied the saute seat -during the afier
noon proceedings, being just below the
raised bench occupied, by her mother.
The sorrowful eyes of the mother were al
most constantly bent on her daughter with
a look of indescribable yearning.
WASHINGTON. June. 2. NEW YORK, June. 2.
WASHINGTON. June. 2. NEW YORK, June. 2. THE TROT.
The trot to-diy at the ' Fashion Course,
between Dexter and General Butler, was
won by the former in three straight heats.
Tlme: 2 26?r 2:i6J; nd 24t. Florft
Temp'e snd Lady Emma did not appear,
GALLAGHER'S RECHARGE.
NEW YORK, June. 2.
Gold 137.
Five twenties, old 103. .
off
Kew York Central, . 8H ! Erie, 71ft
Beading, 90-; Michigan Southern, 8;
Pittsburgh, 59i. ; Horth western J4K ! Fort
Wayne 81; Quicksilver, 50.
Petroleum Buohasan 104 ; iiighgete sr
Excelsior iTS ; United States 2725.
Stock market dell.
Gold not very active.
Yesterday Evening's Edition.
ACCESSION TO MORMONISM.
NEW YORK. May. 2.
Six hundred and- thirty men, women
and children were landed at Castle Garden,
vet tar day evening, en route tor Bail xaks
City, cc averts to Motmonism.
TROTTING MATCH.
NEW YORK, June. 1.
vs.
of
Tn the trotting match. bast three in five.
n tha Union course, to-day. a Kentucky
mare, owned by Bam MCLiaugniin, Deal
. arl 8toneraU Jaekaom ia theextra-
i oroinarv time of 1:243 i;2ii, and very
easy in 2:22 , never making ft break ia
i three heat.
NEW YORK, June. 1. FROM WASHINGTON.
NEW YORK. June. 2.
It is not true that Davis has arrived here
as was anm unced with great potitivenesa,
and particularly by the sensation press.
He is still in the. casemate at Fortress
Monroe and it is not probable that he will
be brought up the Potomac until after the
conspiracy trials are eoociudtd, say wtex
attar next, jso requisition has yet been
made upon tne navy department for
transport or gun-boat convoy. It is not
even yet dtcided . positively that Judra
Cartter will try the eminent crimiuaL
though the Jueee has not the sliehett ub-
!.;,, . w j; ;.: i .v. :S
proDabie. i i . - r
Another oi the conspirators has been ar
rested very near the Canada line and has
been brought here and lodged in the arsenal
The Herald's special says the. Govern
ment has finally decided to turn Davis over
to the civil authorities.
Governor Brown has been released on
parole.
It is said that Secretary Stanton intends
to renew hit assault on Sherman, haying
posses d himself of Breckinridge and
Johnston's version of tbe negotiation.
whose statements he will use to sustain
himself.
General Howard hsa jrone to Richmond
to organise the affmrs of ths Freed man's
Bureau in Yirgininia. "
lhe eanitaryUommiMion are snpslymz
the troops at Washington and eltrwhere
with fresh vegitables, also under clothing
and stationary, v . ... .v
It is thousct the testimony in the con
spiracy case will close this week.
Beverdy Johnston has prepared a pro
test denying tbe jurisdiction of the commis
sion. Davis, scjordinirto all a counts, Is
execrated ia the Boutb, and his possible
fate excites no particular sympathy: '
The 6th corps has arrived- near Wash
ington from Richmond. They had a se-'
vera match, the roads being in ft horrible
condition.. A number of the troops of this
command are also to be discharged from
service. ...
The Tribune's Washington special says
the release of Governor B own on paro.e
greatly die pleases tbe soldiers, as tboy held
him responsible for the horrors of Ander
son vllle priwn.
The city is nliing up with political lead
ers of the Rebellion excepted in the am
nesty proclamation, many of them bare
frequent interviews with the President.
lhe rimes special says General Thomas
and s part of his statf arrived in Washi..-
ton yesterday on invitation of tbe Presi
dent. . i
The Herald's special siys CongTe-man
Harris, of Maryland, tried for pa-reaMling
rebel soldiers not to take tteoa'.r..f aJnvi
ance, was sentenced to three yer Impri...
ment, and ft torieitureoi all political rig ate.
Tbe President has approved 'the finding,
but remitted the sentence.
General Sherman kept hiainf q iite
secluded the better pan ot yesterday, but
in the afternoon he rode in tbe Pari:, and
in the evening he visited Niblot Garden.
Wherever recognize aha met wuh a glori
ous reception, but pojiur-jiv dec.lnMd
making any speech in New I'ctk. Ue
shook hands ireely with the crowd and
said lew words.'
The World says: The Memorials Diplo
matique ot May 15th makes public tno
mportant fact that the Government ol
President Johnson has instructed the
American Minister in London to require ot'
the English Government ft prcrapt rieeia
ion as to the indemnities dnt the Uniiod
States for losses caused to Federal ci'izuna
by Confederate cruisers, such S3 tho Ala
bama and others, constructed and equipped
in English ports since the beginning ef the
war. The Mamoriale says President John
son renews a demand several' times made
by President Lincoln and denied by Eng.
land, but he accents it ariin. m.ira vigor taiid
energy than ever. ' ,
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK. June. 2.
The Herald's Washington special has
the following : It is believed here thtt tba
President is not m lavor ot negro sun rage
except in some modified form, and under
certain qualifications. It is also understood
that the mission of -General Sickles to
Bogota wat for the purpose of obtaining
grants of lands for the purpose of eettliug
them with blacks from United States, and
that the late President, who authorized the
mission, was willing to give fifteen millions
of dollars for adequate territory. :
The United States cf Columbia, . ar.er
this year, will withdraw their diplomatic
establishment" from this "country in
consequence of their Congress having re
fused to make any appropriations -. Deyocd
tbe present year.
Aha ironclads ana monitors attacEOd to
West Gulf and Mississippi squadrons are
to be laid np now that the robeliion is over.
These will not be brought North, but
will be laid up at some convenient point
on the Mississippi river, or one if its
tributaries, not yet decided- upon. .
A communication was received on Mon
day, at the Land Office, from tha Surveyor
General of Kansas, covering a contract or
dered for-tbe survey of lands on the direct
route from Sioux City to Montana and i. if.-
ho and and the opening of at road on tbe
route.
NEW YORK. June. 2. GEORGIA NEWS.
NEW YORK. June. 2.
The steamer Port au Prii.ce brings Sa
vannah dates of the 29th.
The Savannah Herald b3 the lolDwing
from the interior ol Geoivia
Macon papers are duciuv ins? railroad al.
fairs, referring to the sad condition of the
roads, and tbe urgent necessity for their
immediate reconstruction and repair.
The Maoon Telegraph says General
Thomas' orders for the restoration of civil
law are liberal and conciliatory, and it
knows they will be met with a correspond
ing spirit by the perple. Thy will tend
to dissipate g'oomy apprehensions that the
Federal authorities are to DO exercired in
vigorous snd oppressive manner.
The Telegraph is also pleaded with the
state of affairs in Savannau and the Union
raid then.
Marietta is rapidly recovering from its
desolation.
Regular mail oommunicatian has -been
re-ettabluhad through tne place ana plant
ing is (Toing- on with energy. The seaton
promises well for all proOuoa
r 'in a worlds Aistamorai correepuoueua
after detailing the operations ef the Re
publican under General Negrete be
fore that place, already. . published,
says the mats ot tne .Mexican people
are in heart bound to tne support oi tue
Republic and the extarsuiuatton. oc the
imperial rule. It is only the most wealthy
Mexicans Who support iViaxnonwn. j.ms
correspondent also speak i in the high
est terms, of tba condition of the
62d V. S. Colored Infantry, under Colonel
Barrett commanding the poet at & miiieo,
Tbe fortifications are extensive and finely
built.
Hundreds of refugees anddfjoruirs from
the rebel forces are daily arriving.
COMMEMORATION IN BOSTON.
BOSTON. June. 1.
Tha public commemoration of the
of President Lincoln to-day whs one nf the
moat imposing demonstrations thrt bss ever
taaen place in xioston. im ... 1 j - -
ivit nroMaaion was nearly tM hours in
nftssinc a given point. iu uuuw.r.jjB
draped in mourning, and thousands upon,
thousands thronged the sidewalks by which
4K nennaaaion passed. . .
The memorial services in music ami
commenced at half-past four e'elock and
" r . . . r TT.t
consisted of an introductory on toe organ
-war ha Kev. J!i. is. weoD: airae, jmmrai
i. Afflicted Peoole."from Judas Maccabmus,
hv the Handel and Hayden Society .of 6ud
- 1 r . V. . ClnlnpM k
Rev W. H. Cudworth, and the singing
the Choral, M Cast thy BurdtO! upon the
1 9li II . , . .
nharlea Hnmner was lntrouuccu o n.o
i MiieB8 and delivered a eeiogy npon
the deceased rreaiaena. itia.
closed by the si aging of a hymn written
O. W. Holmes, ana a oenaoiCMoa.
The day was beautimi.
SHERMAN IN NEW YORK.
NEW YORK. June. 1.
the
Tha ataamer Teutonis. from Hamburg
via Southampton lilth, has arrived; '
General Bherman ftrnyeu, uieiV
l7 v.. ml ,
1
VARIOUS ITEMS.
WASHINGTON, June. 1.
. The public offices and all places of busi
hesa ware dosed to-day. A Sabbath quiet
pravailed and the churches were all well
mwnriea.
President Johnson attended Bev. J. 6.
Bailer's Lutheran Church.
; The troops bow gathered around Wash
ington axe daily receiving benefit from the
paoitary Commission, which it extensively
issuing frean vegetables to check the
sctrbuiic tendency which is nowanowi jg
iuoii among a large portion ol the army
It lS also supplying large quantities of
under c othing, stationery, Ac
As but few witnesses remain to be ex
amined, it ia supposed that all the testi
jnony in the onapi racy cases will be closed
this week, and soveral days of next will be
consumed in arguments, whish are to be in
writing '
Hon. Beverdy Johnson has prepared a
long protest denying the jurisdiction of
tne military commission tu try the conspirators,
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
CAIRO. June. 1.
Nw Orleans da's of the 27th say that
General Canby .will eatabliah his head
quarters for a tow days in that city.
- Another greet land-slide has occurred
below Algivra, making a fasrtui crevasse,
tureateniiig immena damage lotheciops.
and othr proaorty.
Five millions ot dollars, received by
steamer McClelian, goes to Ganeral A. J.
Smith's Corps, stationed around Selma and
Montgomory, Ala.
A recent expedition from Baton Rou'e
captured Colonel Hatch, Collector of Cus
toms at is'ew Orleans under rebel rule, and
tlao the records of tne Custom House during
his administration. Hatch says tbe books
and records of the Cusiom House previous
to secession are secreted.
Two thousand Union prisoners from Ty
ler, Texas, are at the mouth of Red River,
on the way North.
iron eral forreei has arrived at Memphis.
The people of Northern Mississippi are
represented as greatly impoverished and
destitute.., i ,Ti
KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE.
CINCINNATI, June. 1.
A special dispatch to the Gazette Irom
Franklort, Kfit says an address atrainst
Judge ii alii at was adopted by the Kenuickr
Legiaiature..
A resolution was introduced into both
branches to reconsider the resolution re-
cune the Constitutional Amendment, but
it wets referred for permission to be entered.
A vote developed toe factthat thecaue had
gdined largely, bat not enough to secure
the success of the measure.
The billiard tournament was concluded In
this city lut night, with a match gatia for
$2,01.0 a side, between McDevitt of Indiana-
p lis. and (joldthwaite of New York, which
was won by the iormer.
FROM CAIRO.
CAIRO. June. 1.
Tw huo.lred and twenty-five bules of
cotton passed here for Evansville, 8j for
Cincinnati, and about 300 lor St. Louis.
The s'eamer Peratur broueht 1.0U0 bales
down tb Washita river.
Cotton is firm. Memphis raozicg frcm
liado is fainy opened with the people
Northern Alabama. Two steamers
bavins- rone from this city with mer.-ha l
dise f ir that section, which was readily and
saiiiiiRtonij aispnaed ol. .
Work has beau suspended at the Navy
Yard in Mound City, and it is rumored
tbat the depot at that city will soon be re
moved to rensacoia, .
FROM BALTIMORE.
BALTIMORE. June. 1.
To-day was observed here by a total bus-
psnsien of business, lhe churches were
all opon.
A cotsiderab'e number of trooDS penned
thniujh here to-day for home. The JOih
Aiicnuan, I4tn fa, l4Sth x"a., 2J Battery
and lth New York, from Fort Delaware,
r-.-.a tiirougu tor rVatmngiun.
ARRIVAL.
BOSTON. June. 1.
Tbe steamer Bosphorns, from Liverpool
on the 17th ult., amyered here to day with
68(1 passengers. Rhe is the pioneer boat of
tba uew line between Liverpool, Boston and
Philadelphia. . .
Special Report.
NEW YORK. June. 1.
THE PAST DAY.
The fast day ordered by the President
has been closely observed by services In
nearly all the churches, and all places of
business are closed. The Stock Exchange
and Croll Room had no session. Business
will be resumed to morrow as usual.
General Sherman arrived this A. v., and
is stopping at the house of his cousin. He
leaves for tbe West to-morrow.
UNION MEETING AT MONTGOMERY ALABAMA.
The Herald publishes the resolutions
passed at a Union meeting in Montgomery,
Alt., on the 11th ult., acknowledging tha
-restoration of the United States authority
and an earnest desire of the people to re
sume their former relations with the Union.
The resolutions pledge support to the Gov
ernment ia restoring order, and deprecate
the assassination of President Lincoln, and
hope for the speedy punishment of the as
sassans. A letter was addressed to Presi
dent Johnson asking permission for the
assembling of the Legislature to call a con
vention and repeal the secession ordinance.
But if this course was not proper they ask
that ft Military Government might be ap
pointed. A committee of eight persons beer
ing these resolutions and accompanying
the letters passed through Xew York yes
terday on their way ti Washington.
NEW YORK. June. 1.
TROTTING MATCH.
In a trotting match of mile heats, best
three ia five, at the Union course, to-day,
the Kentucky mare, Lady Thoner, owned
by Sam. M. McLaughlin, bcit Panie and
Btnnewall Jackson, in the time of 2:20, 4X
2.24 haltand very easy in 2:32i.
RAPIDLY DISESTEEMING SOLDIERS.
The Tribune's Weihington special aeyi
Owing to tha rapidity of paying off, the
am departments are full of activity,
Eight printing presses are engaged in print
ing discharge papers for soldiers. The Ac
jiitant General's Office has greatly increased
iu forces within the past week, and now
discharges about 2,000 convalescent from
the hospitals every day.
thb eight or rSAHCaisa to coloiib raorLB.
It ia known that President Johnson coun
selled with a committee of negroes who Tt-
cently called on him with ft petition for the
next Congress to grant them the right ol
franchise in this district. It is believed
that while he will leave to the States the
right to decide tbe question within their
limits, he will give his whole influence to
the extension of the right of franchise to
colored people.
TO MAKE APPOINTMENTS.
General Howard, in charge of the Freed
man's Bureau, will appoint a Superinten
dent, Quartermaster and Commissary of
in Southern Btate.
HANCOCK'S CORPS.
' It is stated, on good authority, that Gen
eral Hancock's Veteran Corps will imme
diately be increased to 40,004 men.
DAVIS LETTER.
,
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m-
Tha Washington Republican says that
has reason to believe that the Government
is in possession of a letter, written by Jeff.
Davis the day after the Sherman-Johnston
armistice was signed, In which Davit declares
that while it doet not grant all
would have liked, yet that it conceded
more than he had reason to expect. In his
judgment it acknowledges the rebel Gov
ernment and gave them the authority
continue that Government in the late re
bellious States to which the rebel soldiers
were aevsrally allowed to return and
their arms.. By this recognition
BaarrHsmsuiii th miinioii ihait ths UDitafid
etates oonld be made to pay the rebel debt,
, -, .....! .-' i t- it ... .- : (
We believe the letter will soon, be made
SHERMAN'S REPORT.
The Times' special says: Sherman's re
port was received by the Secretary of War
May 27, at 1 P. M., and Its. publisfion
ordered by tbe Adjutant Sasarai, Atay 24,
when i. waa sent to the printer and pub
lished at once. At the time that General
Sherman charged the . War Pepart meat
with suppressing the report it was still in
the bands of General Grant. , , . ; -
STRAWBERRY PIC-NIC.
A very pleasant strawberry pic-nic was
held this afternoon at the residence of Mr,
Francis P. B'air.' Among those'pressrit
were General Grant and the officers of the
17th Army Corps,ccmmanded by General F.
P. Blair, ' ! , - j '
GAVE HIMSELF UP.
The Herald's Hilton Head letter saysi
Senator Yulee, formerly United. States
Senator from Florida, has come into Jack
sonville and given himself up to the Union
Government, and is anxious to ret urns his
position as a United States citizen and
recover his property, but will probably find
it uu practicable: "
SBBBBll BOSBCBABS.
A Washington special says General Rose-
erant has been granted six months leave of
abaense. He propose to visit the Peoifie
coast, and at the end of that time will
probably resign.
GENERAL HALLECK.
General Hallork is assigned to command on
the Pacific coast, as a reward for his distin
guished services during the wsr.1"' i
AF'AIBg r BiCHwosn. ' - '
The Richmond papers ara . complaining
of a want of support of Governor Pier-
pont's administration among the people ef
that city. The people allege that the new
Constitution disfranchises nearly all of
them. ".- '' I
General Thomas will leave fir Richmond
in a few days to assume command, of the
Tcpartmentof Virginia. i .
INDEMNIFY DEMANDED.
The World announces that the Memorial
Diplomatique, May 14, announces ths Im
portant fact that Mr. Johnson, through the
American Minister at London, has required
of England prompt indemnity for losses of
American ciiizens caused by the Aiabcma,
aad o.her rebel cruisers built and equipped
in English ports since the beginning of the
war. The memorial adds that this, de
mand has been made several times by the
United States, but its justice has never
been conceded by the British Government,
which has rested its refusal upra opinions
given by the law officers of the crown. Mr.
Lincoln has, nevertheless, persisted in this
demand, renewing it a short time before
his death. And Mr. Johnson, far from
abandoning the dsniand, has renewed it,
asserting it with more vigor and energy
than ever, la the opinion of the memorial
this question, which up to the present t me
hsa not seemed to be aerions and pressing,
now threatens, perhaps, a conflict between
the two nations, the English Cabinet hav
ing before it accounts amounting to many
million pounds sterling, and it seeming to
be certain that the Federal Government
will not modify its demands. . Such, is the
point which matters have actually reached.
The memorial adds tbat the English Gov
ernment will hardly persist in a negative
which would be followed by the grffest
conseanaacaa. 1 1 u.u uaw sac
rifice to peace, after having made
so many heroic sacrifice for the same end
uricg the past fnor years.
The Madrid Epoca, of May 16th, urges
the President to sustain the claim of the
United States, and says we are of opinion
with the memorial diplomatiqe. because
part from the justice ef the American de
mands they are uttered by a powerful State
and the Cabinet of St. James will always bt
found dispoied to make heroic sacrifices in
any conflict of equal with equal, reserving
the terrors of its traditional pride for diffi
culties with nations of inferior strength:
PHILADELPHIA, June. 1.
PHILADELPHIA, June. 1. THE COOPER REFRESHMENT SALOON.
Since the organization of the Cooper Shops
Refreshment Saloon in this city, in 1861,
there have been entertained 326,000 soldiers
passing through this city on tha way to ths
seat of war at ths expense of $ii,000. This
noble institution, together with the Union
Volunteer Saloon, haa been entirely tup-
ported by the contribution! of the people of
WASHINGTON. June. 1.
THE FAST DAY.
are closed to dsy. Sabbath quiet prevailed
and the churches wore wall attended. The
Pastors preached from the 94th Psalm, 20 ih
verse: " ohall the throne of inequity, have
fellowship with law." '
The troops now gathered around Wash
ington are daily receiving beneS's from the
Sanitary Commisiion which is extensively
issuing fresh vegetables to check scorbutic
which is now showing itself among a large
portion of the army. It is distributing un
der clothing, stationery, j.,ln large qnan
tities. . :
Trouble among the Coal-Miners.
The Philadelphia Inquirer of Wednes
day has the following: ' ' '
it
The laborers in the coal runes in
Schuylkill and Carbon counties became
highly excited at the anneuncemor.. on
Saturday that their wtgea were to be- re
duced. It is. well Knoan mat enuru-eua
rates have been pail by coal operators ani
shippers to get their coal cut in sufficient
quantities to meet the demand during tbe
winter. At was principally owing to tnrs
fact and the high rate of freight asked by
ee.il.oad l.a.p.iniftl that oo 1 waa ru up
to the enormous prices paid during the
winter months. This traffic hat, however,
now almost entirely ceased on the diffarent
railroads leading from the mines to the
various markets, very many operators
havine- eea;ed working. "
"Seven dollars a dy had been piil la
borers in tbe mines, and now, in view of
the stringency of tbe market, it was pro
posed t ) reduce the rate to six dollars.
'ibis had crealei so much excitement
among tbe laborers during last week-, tbat
it was feared a serious riot would be the
conseouence. Tu-tertiav, in nearly every
mining centre, the excitemett set mad
about culminating. At Puttsyille, at
Maunch Chunk, at Schuylkill Haven and
other places tha miners assembled in large
numbers. In seme instances women, dog
and children accompanied' them with
yelping noises. Tne deetructioa cf lhe
valuable property was' anticipated. At
A?bbnd two coal breakers were burned ly
tbe rioters, and for a time the tdegrapn
wires were severed. , .
"Last night seven companies of the
Two Hundred and Second regiment Penn
sylvania volunteers, passer) through here,
on their way to the scenes of disturbance.
Four companies have reached , PottsviJIef
and three have gone lo Maunch Chun.
Provisions for a number of days have
been sent them, but it is now th.QugM that
the danger ttt wased," iltjL,
1 aaa
Thurlow Wood.
he
to
he
'
Wei have alreany announced that Ttrar-
low Weed wss to become aa editor of tha
New York Tmes. It is now further stated
that he it to assume tha co-editotEhrp
that journal, bat will not eonrmeioe
editorial labors until Hon. Henry J. Ray.
mond enters upon his Congressional duties,
next winter. It is also said that Mr. Weed
is to furnish a large proport-or. of the cap
ital to set tha new wrtnio ' paper Mr:
I Grundy an its legsv i ifrtt . Qrundu .
1 soaie her appeKftnca oa tha Hth. ot 4
J .5 -ij trr y4 .j'j i -i:a
[From the Leader (Maine) Journal]
[From the Leader (Maine) Journal] Arrant of Rebel a Supposed to be
Cteary.
Deputy Blossom, assisted by ft Pennr-yl-vaoia
detective, on Monday arrested a man
whose name is unknown, near Island Pond,
about four feet from the Canada line. Tha
prisoner bj- peart to bean En glisman, a law
yer, Is an op'n rebsl, knows ail about th
' South, where he has traveled extensively and
perhaps lived. It teeems that for a number
of days he has been vibrating on either
aide ot the line near Island Pond, de yicj
all efiieert, and making profuse declara
tions of his "gameness" that he would,
hoot dead any one who would lay hands)
OB htm, etct, etc. Deputy Blossom having
rtoei ved orders to arre-t him, proceeded to
If land Pond and watched his cnance.-
Taking his ground iu a store near the line,'
he laid id wait for him, and waited tome
time.- -
Tr At last the prisoner appeared, and, seiz
ing his opportunity, the deputy p xinced,
upon him, four feet from the Canada line,
in "loving embrace." The rebel struggled.
Sard, and fought like ft tiger, ir jaring tha
deputy somewsat. A blow Irom tbe o'Jier
delaetiva over the rebel's head, with ft pis
tol, at last brought himdown,cu'.tingquita
a gash in the prisoner's forehead, tia pit
tol was also taken away.
The man arrested was taken to Auburn
nd en Tuesday placed in the county j til.'
He gives what is supposed to be ft falsa
name. There are several surmises as to the?
prisoner. One surmise is tbat he is Clay's
clerk (deary) named in the President's:
proclamation, for whom a re war 1 of $10,
000 was offered. We should be nappy ta
hear that a Maine detective has niaile as
"ten strike."
- t Ben aw- m.iemen BOaaUsf, j i
Cteary. Proposed Amendment in the the Tax Bill.
Somebody proposes the following new
amendments to tne Tax Bill :
For kissing a pretty girl, $1.
For kissing a very homely one, $2 the)
extra amount being added, probably ,fjr
the man's folly.
or ladies kias-ng one another, ii. The
tax is plaeed at this rate in order to break
up the custom altogether, it be'ng regarded
by our M. C.'s a a piece of inexcusable;
aosurdity.
For every flirtation, 10 cents.
For every young man who hat mora
than one "girl," he is taxed 15.
' For courting in the kitchen, 25 cents,
i Courting in the sitting room, 60 cents.
Courting in the parlor $1.
Courting in ft romantic place, $5: and
40 cent fur each effanee thereefier.
Seerng a lady home from Church. 25
cents for each crfdnse.
Seeing her horn from ths Dime Society.
Scen'.g, the proceeds to be devoted to tne
relief of disabled army Chaplains.
Jfor lady who paints, 50 cents.
For wearing low-neck dresses, $L
For each curl on a lady's head above
en, 6 cents.
For any unfair . device for entrsppinr-
y usg men into matrimony, f 5.
JTor wearing hoops larger than eight feet
in circumference, 8 cents for each hoort.
Old bachelors over thuty, are taxed $10;
over forty, $20; over fi.ty, $o0, and sen
tenced to banishment in Utah.
Every pretty lady to be taxed from 2.5
cents to $5, sne is to fix the estimate of
her own boauty. It is thought lb. -it a largs
amount will be realized from this provi
sion.
Each toy baby, 60 cents.
Eaun girl baby, 10 cents.
Famines having more than eikH babies?
are not to ba taxd ; and for twins, pre
mium of $40 will be pud out of tbe . 'nd
accruing from the tax on old bachelors.
Jfach Sunday loafer on the street corner
or about church-doors, to be taxed at his
lull value, which is about 2 cents.
An Omnipresent General.
It is undbrstool that General Grant haat
an engagement to be at his home, in Phil
adelphia, on the Fourth of July.
Gov. r enton nas wriltan a letter to liieut.
General Grant requesting his presence in
Albany on the .Fourth ot July, and it iff
thought that the ruvitaUaa will be Ac
cepted. General Grant is positively expected to
be present at th" Vickshnrg lehaatiun.
at naratoga Springs on that same Fourth
of July.1
xle wilidouDt.eas n.l all the engagements?
ths newspapers make for him. Chicago
Republican.
The 16th Army Corps.
The 1st division, 16th army corps, is at
Selma, but the 2d and 31 still remtin at
Montgomery, where General A.J. Smith
hat established his headquarters. Grier
son't cavalry have gone to Columbus, Tai
led eg v and other points in that region.-
The 13th army corps his returned to Mo.
pile, as well aa nearly all tne colored troops.
The sole topic of converstaion among them
is the Texas expedition, which ia expected
to start soon. . ,
Franciscana.
Jeff. Davis, when surprised, couldn t ba
expected to run very f st. Not only had
he peticsats over his leg, but there was ft
big price, a hundred thousand dollars, up
on his head.
MOWERS AND REAPERS
i :
IGHT HUttBAKD MOWER r
I 1 AND
Medium Hubbard
Bower.
Tha Hachln oonttln mora points of axoel-
ldnra than any otner before the pnblio. Tha Mn
DIU3A HUnriKi eata a eaata itt s uicoeai
wide. TheLIHHT HI. BBS Bo cntat feat a Inches
wiita.1 Draft lighter thaa aay other.
,lrT, (Light Hubbeid, !. , ;
rail, ft aam Bnr.bAT-1, !.
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS I SHOVEL PLOWS
- - The Largest aasortwant in tha Wast.
Garden and Lawn Boilers,
lone Kates, thorns, Koal-Scraperi,
Aad a Tart.'? of AOBICCUTUBAL, IMPLft.
MBaTd M innrteiored and for sal at tha
Cleveland Agrlrultnral Works.
Offioa and Wareroomt. Sft Oenter atraat.
anUit'S TOUNOLOVB, MABjBT ft fX.
QKPOT OF THB
BUCKEYE
Mowers and Reapers
', ' A5B
ILL FI2CZ3 Flit SIFAIBI5C,
' ' If. 1V Snperior street,
CLEVELAND, OHIO.'
Xaa BUOKira saperaadra all otrer Machines.
(Bnokeye, Junior, SI tit.
'rMCI3,- " Kealor. 1HO. .
r. " CDublni-d, Him. .
AIT threw In nt of Mowers will do wel te grvw
taeir ardars as oaoa, either peraonaily of by mall,
aataaaooulv wiU ha aahaaaiml ear, aboau
ajhilOr II. w. i ixrHFUnyra.
rpHJB STANDARD
Mow-In; BachJae of tne Woria;
Wood's Prize Hower
IDTiXTAGIS OYIB OTHXS.
BlmpUeity of construction; light Oaft, (being
THE LIGHTEST DRAFT MACHINE IS THE W3RLD
dnrabnity; cloeenaaa of eat; It never clogs; will rat
all kinda of graaa wet or dry, lodjr-d or at.niatr,
tame or pralrlei no aide draft; no weight oa
aoreee' Ba ka. ectter-bar can he-raised ia aa In
stant. anlA eaea, to pass obatrncUona; low price, Ac.'
"This Machine haa bee a d for tha past five
year throahoa tne United states, ta Oveet Brit
ain, and on me Ooatln-nt, more nxteae.wiT thaa
aay otaav Mower, aad haa given ani vera! eatlaiao-
Maw ...
Whnravsr It has haan entered for eomperlriB ak
pnbuo trial and exniBiuona, it aaynority nas
besa acknowledged.-- - -
aaaTChaanart Machln la the aaarket this eaaeoa.
aad warranted ta equal aay in pouts ot excellence.
Ola Macninee rapauea.
L. C. FROST fc' COu
4 ' US BENECA STREET. '
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coal:
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IVrln TeUsCwlRaablnna and CUppevi
COAL. r
OfAaa nO.IM.lt PVrr. ajao, Oslo ani Tar
at aatctht strant B. . Oroaatag. ttoal Mas
BxoaUaat Qoallty lot
" STB AM, SAB, OBATES, eTOywa,
OOtaa or Bswa Caa. Alee, AAHhUaAClIB OOAlj
la large sr saaaU aaaatitlea.
Oraara raanaoawrilyaaOartsd wad Kaaipiry ajttaaa.
aa to. Ooei tar aaijialaA Aaft Mataatly oa hiad.
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