Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 7, 1860, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 7, 1860 Page 1
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r TH WHOLE NO. 8674. THE TURF. 0rMt Trcttfif Kateh BttWMi n?s TntpU ud e*arf? M. P?tch?m-Tk? lUttla Bmj Hart VlctortuB?_rk* Fut a* Tl?aa Itw KmI? mm L?B| IDDUIN AMtMkUC* *f IfMttlMf PN. Mai-Ethka Alias aa4 Ctaarfa Paitfcaa Agala Katck?l, Ac. _ Yesterday Um great Irotting match batweea Ike oata^ krated Qaaaa of 11m TfaWlag Turf, Flora Tamp la, ul tha , ajBtoal equally renowned Now Jeraejr stallion, <taorga II Pushes,ommoffoethaOatoa Csnr**, L. I., a#d wu lineaaad by the luteal aa**mblag* of apeoUlid ev*r MB on My of the Loag Ialaad race traeb iiwUl be remember*! that Patebea reoeatly defMted Ethan Alton In two mnteben over the mm uouim, aad hli iubbim la^ rptred hit owner ud' friend* with *uoh oonlleno* is hla power* of apead and eadoranoe, thai they < Aid tot heaHati to nh*ltoag* th* hitherto lnvlad bto Flora Tampl*. Ik* latter, m la wall known, bow belong* to Mr. Mnadoaald, of Btltloten.a g*aUraaa?f Im men** wealth, and a warm aupporter or the amueetaenia r the turf. Flee* bad been rnattoatiag In New Jenay hum laat tall, enjoy tag that attain mm* dignitale, which i bar unpnraltod achievements ao wall deaarrod. The challenge throwa out by tha Patohen party wm Immedlatoly aaeeptod by Mr. Jamea McMaaa, bar fcrmar owner, aad who almoat la variably drlTM bar I* vtotory In her M lifinnrti. Two malchea ware agr**d upon?on* at mil* { hMta, In barn*M, beat Uuw* la flv*, for 91,000, and tha other at two ail* boato, tn harnaM, tor a rtmllar mm. It nay appear rather lingular that .two eoeb her*M ahould ba matched tor ao comparatively trlfliag an aaMnnt of Btaey M MOO; bat It wat bo re. m?b*r*d that the owner* af tha horn* alea re Netv* a very large per eeetof* ef tha gala money froai & the proprtotora ef the tnwk aatoetod,and m the ohargi far adau?toa la * * dollar a bead, it la erldMt that a very oenatderabto amount la derived from thla aonroe. roeeday wm the day originally appointed for the Aral ^L.t. to take place, bnt owing to the rain which fell about midday, It wm poatpoaed Ull the 0r*t euooeedlDg H * toe a ay. YfWterday proved to be one of th* flnaat day* r ?e have yet had, ud it appeared m if all New York had i ** determined to ? alt Long Itland and wlUi?aa the trot. The * <nln wbtoh ted futon th* pmMdtog day had eActnally I lid th* doat, aad th* Journey by the road wm exoeadI Uftly plaaaant Nntnr* ?em*d to bare Hamad her I liv?Le*t livery of grew, aad never did the ap- i | p*ar to greator advantage or look more baauii with otnltgei af story description, an lmamoM . irun of cms, crowded to soffooaMoa with paaaecgers, vara ooaTeyed oo tba Look lalaad Railroad. The irrMpawa of tka latter oompaay for IM ooureyaioa of Tteitera to Iba track and ba*, vara of the most efficient kind, and there was not a single accident to Mr the enjoyment of the day. It was esttmatsd tl*t there ware lolly IIAeen thousand pataena pre toot, ao great waa tba attraction of tba ooatest bssiraoa tbaae two reaowaed Beumg on this race la tha ?Ky had far aotne day a pre coding baaa ta faror of Flora Temple, and at one or oar principal (porting reeorte wa hoard offera to bet *1,000 to i?00 m bar wlaatag. Oa arriving at tba traok wa found the edda ooaapletaly changed, aa tba odds of $100 to >70 ware eorraatlr aflared oa Patcbea. At tbaae odda there waa a large amount of buslaees tranaaotod, aa numbara or tboa perute who bad aaea tba "Bttte bay mare" dare it la eaacasaloa all the faavaot horaea of the day, manfully . stock ta bar aow, and la reeled utalr dollars oa the ever .graea pep alar favorite with a spirit aad coaCleaoe which were tally Justified aad rewarded Of tha result. Tbeoeaaeoftbe Jaraey stalboa being tbe terortte y, waa tba teal that M waa known that be waa la apieadld condition, while Flera waa pruaouaoad rather too lusty, although bar akin gleamed Uke aatia, aad bar eye was aa bright aad expreasirs as ever. Tha lodges ware Maasra. Louis Bteral, BamaUU aad Parks, ant to tba two (eraser gaaUenea tba raportan of fee press are ladabtsd far many aets of oourteay sad laferaaauoa. Boon altar tear o'clock P. M. tba jodgea rang tba bell to auauMa the harass. Ftaar But ?tba appearaaae of Flora m tba traok drrrea by her old pilot, James McVaaa, waa tba a^aal for a tremeadooa outburst of cheering sad acr.lamatiooa. Flora Tesapla Is nadoabtadly tbe moat popular animal that aver trod tbe tort, and tbe New York public seem actually to Idolize the Intelligent UtUe creature she threw up bar head saod y as ahe tro4ed past the ataad, aa ir she wa* telly ooaaoioua tkatahe tier oelt waa tha subject of this applause, aad that aba ?JJid eoja ahow that aba was ast unoessrring or It. She ap peered aa IT aba waa est qaMe aawied dan la her wore ms her pi skmlaarr traaa, aad bar drt ear gaee b*r twi or T- three eaaart HiaahM up tba bemaotroMh ta ealtrea her . Patchea. who waa Jnree, aa ta th.j laat two siucoes. by naiiua Tallmaa. bad tba pole. Six uosucooesTul a teapl* ware nana before a good atari ? nd be eff*neJ. but at J taa aaeeatk tbay got tha word fr m ine Judge, aad they eroeaed tbe snore bead aad hes4 togetner f-Mr kept cleae to tbe upper turn, when a treaandoaa b irat of ohe?rlng proclaimed that Flora was lea Hag Toey paiaed I he aaarter ^ole In thirty Are a<-uJs, at II mamUioiag j I ib? ?no*? rn?UT? poeiuooe. but to |oiu( a .u* lb* oack #tr?ujo Pale bee pot on Uib Mia, lappel ml pM<<) E.xa, leaf lag bw by about half length The pac> ru irMkeBdooa, but the atallloa could not abake off bit fleet aatagoeiel, who kept awrepiag ak>a<ai'lc aim km If Ihe vh hn atteBdaot ahkduw. Tha Half at le waa Mde la 1 11, Mad the three q tartara ll I a Aa tti-y turned IB to the heaeelrwtch, Ike iitHnonl we* mM la teaar, aad ortea af ' Palekaa wim," "Flora la OVIIB^. reaooadrd fran tbouaaad* of throMa Ua ibar casual % a rata whiofe abowrl tttat faatcr Uae than bad arar yet beao recorJed oa tha I'aluo track would now |>e ma la lUckta aUU kept a U'.Ua la adraaoa, but ll a?aaMd u if McMaaa bad baaa paUeally biding bla lima with bit little favorite, for ha aow oMIa ipea bar, and aobly die* aba reapowd to blM Hba harory eaeiaa M touch tha gmuod. and Paichea la collared, aotwithataadiag be puia (<rtb all bla poarera fha apeed ol both horaaa id terrirt: aa th?. Uuiidarad up Um awaight r,oa? raa, an i u aeea>? an to alble la tali which will ae Ibe *lu?. A aoore of leaf .ha iroM the wiaotag poet riant iiaaoaa forward, and maid teatag bar laad. ..r aati toeaeore a aack la airaase, la Iba ubprro?<leoted uo* oo tbla Ira-* of (< ? t**n if ana una* No eooaer had tha ) i'lg<* raoor led the it aa oa tha board than a dea'ealng at-iot of edmireuoa aad wonder a.-aaa from the iBiucuaa ovaaa of people mat a irgaJ to aad fro beJew iba Jidgaa Kaad. Thtlr favorite, the ^ ' Utii* bay hid b*ataa even bar <tma una,) i proacbad Um oa Ike Lear lalaad tracks, aad toey bad witseaaad Iba moat magnicent coalaato that bad arar < been aaaa ca that eaaraa. Batting waa aat of tk* qie* uol ; ?Tnry om niaid bow |a regard Flora a notary aa a forvgaaa ooeclaatoa The h*Uer* who bad baoked I'elckta at aaeh long adda looked uaattoraale thtagv while the partna wbe bad ataob la Ike Qhib of iba Turf, thmaeb good aad aril report, abaia la rairtoraa at bar aaorara Tka oaaai KM for raa dag eff itopaal, aad Ike bell again atgaalled tka buna far me Abkwd Rut ?They got the ward at tka aaoaal Mtaspt m. aeorthg aad a pood atari aai affectod. Flora before i ?a kiM tka nrat tar* J raw abaal, aa* tk*y panned tka naartor po:e la 36 neon , tka atare laadlag half a leogta ia taa bark at retch PaHkaa waa carried of kM foot by tknierrlftc rata Iba Mare waa loadtag blat. bat bla driver recaparad blai f eUatoty Tka half mile waa r? noted ta 1 UH< aad tka third qaartar la 1 II ttte r.owlaat waa row Magalfl *bi, both a^lrlag tketr ataoat, tka ooe to aiataia um alkar la gala tha leal. Ooalag a? the bumluetch Palekaa got hM kaad ia alvaaoa, but tka aaara caaa act gMiaaily. aad paaaed him aad waa mm heat by _ a aark, la 2~M Aa ofoaoUwa waa rMe?<1 aad apprai Bale U tka Julgaa K. by ike driver af Mnba agawat He Haas. for dU foal V jrlriag. The foraaer atakea Ikal McMaaa awarred acroaa ? ik? track. caoatag raacbea to awerra atao to aroid a ool IMoa, aa i tka* prareatlag b'm getting n? After aaaaal ta ioa Iba Judx?a dacMad that tka objagUaa waa aat aaa talarJ, aad tkM Flora waa oalktod to the beak TMa da ciataa wai received with giairil appUaaa rhtrd M ?Tkara waa ao katttog. hi betng daatroc i of hark lag tka MUa Mara, aad, coaaaqaeakty, aa beala*. a waa dooa. At tka foartk attoapl ikay gal well away, aa 1 kept kdferd togotber to tka qBarter pal* Mmi, 3d aaaa oa tka for aide l*aick*a waat la adraaaa MigbUy b it noaM aat wtdaa the gap belweaa tbaat Tka half mil* U ' pole waa paaaad ta 110, aad Uhe tkraa q tartara la 1 17 1*0 the hoaaaaratok F1?n mwie a traaaeadoua broah, aad ""W nf lb* flaral Hrn.-lx * ?* ptW'l I ib? ??r? a aaak In iIimm. PalahM braaklaf ?Mly oa V ika kiBiMilik IkM.l 21H rba lanaaniMi at ika rtoMry of lb* littU farorlta u NX ?nli aMkaataabe akaari^ by iba nmi, ui t?r tmr wm wwaly mayi aMIali I <m bor aaocwa mnaf lb* hmmM bt*in af rinra TtrapW wm Mr Ja?r* ??t1m, wka, tt H nf?M. wm attfel thoa rud dollar* M lb? raor Mnifij InM baarlty, M ba atm* tenly ? Ik* JM?f bars* Krary om hut ik* wt^b|T?i>n? l? b* pilHil at Ik* mvm m 4 oil MiiWilH I* Ik* lM**r>aQ***a of lb* Trouiac turf, bad M W*i yrababla Iba* it wlu *ot o* *r??M from b*r la Ik* MMkamTMM^. I A BMob ba* b**a Mada br tk# t?wi of Ram Alia* P aad BaMf H. PMakM kf ilM aaM*, hHta M- m'\* koi r?p**t, la karaaM. **mm* a* m Ik* Uaiaa Oban* I. l oa Torartay tba 1Mb Ml rnmirfBiiB r?? OomM, U !., W*4?Miaf, Ja? I?ftMk| mat.-*. WOO Mia. all* ba*M, baM ttm b In a YlX*. mm?I Worm I 1 1 n Tii?MaM*i?H. ^ m?m t i a ran. Qimiir Hmif Thrm Qrt. Mb. rit km km 7U ;?? Kmm b*M M 11IK 1*1 ? * Third baa* M lib 1" ><1H flora TMpto. wb* bM by b*r ?a?ohiM* yarfwMBM WM4 fbr bar** If ika proud till* at "Q?*M of Ik* TrMi ac Tarf 1 li a bay aara, Ml or*r MrtM aad bal t.Md* h:gb. WM Ibalad ta Oaalda oonaty, aaar >ti?, Md wm iM by m* *y?d HmMt. wbo wm by _ KMtacky Rmtef, a bora* wall kaowa la Ika f-wtham Md * Mara Bum Bar mm, Mr. Tracy topi bar Mu aba wm fbar yaara aid, akaa HaKftaf aka wm witfbl ad hMii ilnMli, badlapaaad afkarblr. WIlBaaa H ?aa#*M. af ?<ayr*a, CkaaMga aaaaly Mr Ik* * af ui n<M MdH TkM tmUmmm, akar kNM bar Mli?. <?>*? *f bar ? Mw MytMMM, E NE for *Uty eight dollara. After changing feuda two or thraa Umea, ah* cue lalo the poaaamlaa of Mr. Jouttiu Vlelaa, oT Waahlagton Hollow, Dutcheea couaty, No* York Ho brooght her to Now York aooa afterward*, and sold hor to Mr. Georga E. Perrto, of thia cilj, tor $360 By him the ni matched ipHH the Watt* posy, aula heatt, lo wagon, on tho Rod Hmn tntk, HhIm, br i moll Mount. ud thia. hor ftrot gulch, oho won cleverly, to July, ISM. Thi* performanoe ao tooreaaed bar owner'* ooahdeaoe to hor troMtog nbllltfca, that bo metobod hor against a woll known trotter, known aa Vanderburg'a gray atollton, tor $600 a ddo, alia baala, tha lattor to fa to a 360 pound wagon, and tha former to go In harnoaa. Thla ?- -* came off on tha Oaten Oourae, Long I aloud, and reaulted to favor of the tittle hay maro. The en* ilng 1 month aba won a race at mile heato, beat three In Ova, to hamcaa, for a pane of $30, over the mmbo traok, beathit Hiram, Whitehall, Napoleon and Delnware Maid. Toe lima waa 2 63? 2 66?2:62? 2:48. Up to thla time ?hi trotted nndor tho limple nama of Flora, but after thw match aha paaaad lalo tha handa of Mr. John C lVrrio, for U? *am of $3T6, and received the fall name of Flora Temple. Her new owner had unboi. <1 ooi ldoooe lo bar apaad and eadnranoe, and shortly after rardi matched bar for $2,000, half forfeit, again** a bay Oorau belonging to Mr. Edward White, to trot throe mile heat* in harnaaa. Thla match did not ooma off, to ooaieqoenoe of the latter I pay log forfeit, and Flora remained quiet to the table the whole of the year lg&l. The following summar aho again renamed bar vtctorau* trotting oareer, and which *h? ha* maintained ao auaoaaafUlly up to the pre ant time am a detailed account of her perform inoee tooa that time would occupy too much apaoe to our oolumna, we giro a ooodenaed aumoaary of all bar noble teeda on the trotting turf ? 1854. May 18? Union Oourae, L L; entered agalnat Lady Brook* ana Pet for nioboate, beat throe to fire, to whm, but <tnm Not 10?OentrevlUe Oourae, L. L; beet Brown Jin at milehtaia, boat thraoia Ave, in harniM, (or paras and lake of 9160, Lady Bood and Major drawa. Time, 2 43? 2:41-2:48. Nor. 1??Uaton Oonraa, L I ; boat Young Datohman, ?t mile baata, beat tbrea in five, In barnaaa, for 9600 a Ida. Time, 2 40?2 30-2:86 1TIT April 21?Philadelphia; beaten by Black Dougiaa, In harneM, beat three in five, for 9600. Tima, 2 36)4? 2:803^?2 M. May 8?Union Oonrae, L I; received forfeit froaftYeung Dutchman, la a match lor Si,010, beat throe ta Are, in May 4?Oentrertlle Course, L. 1; beat lady Brookn for 11,000. bee* three la Ore, In ,harneM. Time, 2 81\? IJS-S4SV. May 17?Phllalelpble; beat Taoony and Blaok Dougiaa for uurae and elake of Si.tOO, beat three in Are, in bar nana. Time, 2:82*?2:86?2 31 *. June 16?Ontrevllle Cearee, L. I ; beat Highland Maid, beet three In Ave, In harneai, for $2,000, In 2:20-2:27? 2:82, Highland Maid taking the tiro 9ret heata, bat bt-Ing dlMftDMd is Um third. June fMmt oourae; beat Highland Maid, mile heata, beat three in Are, to wagon, for 92,001, tlx heata trotted, the wore being 1 2 0 2 1 1. Time, 2:28?2:32? 2:89?1:88?2:81)4?2:36, Flora winning tbe flrit and two iMt biiti. June 80?Union Oourae, I,. 1 ; bant Black Dooglaa for 11,100, beet three in Aye, in harneai. Time, 2 32?2 32? 1:86. July 14 Rum oonraa; beaten by Taooay for 91,000, In an/nee a. Time, 2 28? 2:27?2 20. July 19 Heme oonrae; beat Taoony for f 1,0(6, two mile beau, inbnnieaa, la 4:69-6:01?. July 26?Saratoga; baat Taoony. In harneai, for $1,000. rime, 2.30?2 3i?2 82. July 8ft?Heme oourae; baat taoony tor $1,000, at two lie heata, in hnrneaa. Time, 6:04?616)4. August #? Roohaatir. beaten by Taoeny for varae and (take of $i JM, in harneai The following * the eoore ? 112 1. Time, 2:86?2 81).?2 30)4?2 30)4, Flora taking only the third heU. A uguat 12 flame place, bent Taooay for $1,000, to nagona, beat three la Ave, la 2:81)%?1:86 V?286)4. Augntt 90?UBoa; beat Taciooy lor $1,000, ta baroeae, la 148)4?1:17?2:18 ;4. A uguat 26?Saratoga: beat Taooay for 81,000, in bar leaa, in 2:20?2:34?2 i4 Hept. 16? Philadelphia, boat Taooay for 91,000, ta bar mm, la 2.84?2:92?1.96. (lot. 18? Philadelphia; beat La4y Viiana aad Mountain Maid, la harneai, lor 91,000. Time, 138?2:83)4? I**. Not. 1?Roc heater, beatea by Qreea Mountain Maid for 1600, la barnaaa, ta the following eoore:?I 1111. time, 1:40?1 Jt?2 86?2M?288, Flora winning only ihe eeooad and fonrth Maw. Not 24?Ciaotaaatl beat Bbote lalaad aad Monntain MmM far nniw nl %-M. In kuM Tlu 9 M-'J .IT I4t>?2 42H, MoonUln Maid winning the aeooad baat (Iot. 26?Otoctonatl beat Rood* Inland ltd MounUtn Maid fur >260, boat throe In are, to wagooa. flue,2t8? Z 40-341?2 4C?0 00. Rhode lilui look the two 9r*t he**, ?M drawn In the foorth, and Moaautn Maid la lbs if'h beat I toe. 8?LoulBTllla. baat Rhoie lalaod for a pur** of ISM, ia baraeaa. Oct. 6-Catoa Ooarae, L. L*: baat Mac for 9 t.ooo a Me, beat three la In, la haraaaa, la 3 3l*-? S4_ 2 .31 Oat. IS?Oentrertile Oberaa, L. I ; Deal Jesk Water a lor II ,000 a aide, la haraeaa. la 39S? 2J9? % 87. Jan. Ik?New Orleans beaten by (ireaa M-mntaln Maid, or $900. to baroeaa, In 2 80-2 39*?3 80 -2 S?, Fwrn 1 alrtpg Um tfoottd b?tt Jaa 91?Same piaae baat ttreea Moanum Maid for 1000, at two Mile beau, ia haraeaa, la 8:07?6 OT. 1NM. May t?I'dIob Oouree, L, I.. beaten by Soatag for II COO i t itde, baat three la Ave. to wagon* wagno aad drlrer to aelgb ? 0 I be Tiaie. 2 81?3 88 -2 36 May 24?Caaueetlle Ooarae, L 1 ; lont match for 20 1 allea egninat time. for 92 MO a aide, by oaotlog a gooe tnd auitiug neraril on the r>gh>h tn le rive up aftur the I welfth di m. at wbiab tine etoe bad rooautaeJ 37 ram 1 11 Xaeo June ae?Baatoo. beat Know Nothing (ater?ard? I.aa M) lor 81,800 a (Ida, mbe beau, lnbarncaa, la 8 87? J July 0? I'nMa Ooarae, L. I.; beat flootag far 11,000 a 1 toe, at two mile beau, to wagooa, la 607?8 27 Sept 1?OaUevtlte C'uraa, L. I ; beat Lady Franklin 1 ar 91.000 a aide, at two mile beau, to wagow*. ta 6 IS*? rll H17?Saaae ooarae beat Chicago Jack aad Mae for i puree of (600, beat three in Bra, la haraaaa, la 2 2?H? il*?294. I Hept. 30? Saaae cjaraa baat Freak Forroater (Chisago ' lack aad Miller'* Damsel drawa) tor a pane of 9600, < wo mile beau, to wagoee, la 8 16S?9 IT* ' OoL 10?I'd Ion Ooarae. received forfeit from Fraak ' 'orreeter (now Ida Cook) la a aaatah (or 91,000 a aide, at wo mile beau, to wagoaa. Oat 17?O?trerllU Ooarae: beat Hero (pacer) for ' ll.btuaaide <llora in harneea, Mere to wagon;, at teo i I Bib heala, IB 4 69?? 57?6 31X, Her? UktBf flr* heeL ISM. Jbbc 21?Cenlrevtlle Courat. l i-. beat Cbtoac* Jack, m uMtr aaddle. aba la baraiaa, la malcb for $600 * MB, la 9 Wfc?t J??9J0 Jalr s?Oalre title Oouree, L 1.; fuel red forfeit froaa aacat (foeaierly Kaow Nothing) la a anaoh lor 91 WO a Mta, at alii heala, beat three la Ira, to baraaaa Saaaa dajr aad place, beat f aaaat tor a puraa of MM, wal thraeto ire, ta haraeee. la SJOH?2 JO?3 W. Jo It U?Caaoa Oaiaa, l i ; heal Taaaay, ha aadar add la, aba la harasBB, tor *M0 a etde, aiUa kaalB, la r^r tr? -. .1,100 a ude, ha aader aaddle, aha ta haraaaa, ta !?? tt-lM am 6? fatoa Oaaree, l. 1., neat tail forfait from t?oaj, Ma I* wagoa, ha aaaer aaddle, la a antcfe tar MOO > side 8api 3?Cataa ODoraa. beat Tamer, ah* la bwia, ha ittdar aaddle, far 9W0 a aide, mlto beata, la 9MM' die aocta? Taoaf dept. 90 OaatoBiIlia Oooraa, l i.; bealea by Laaoet or 91,WO a aMa, ha under aaddle, aba la baraeaa, ta r?-aw-S2?H oa. 8?Fbahioe Oaaras, l i , beat i Aaoet, beat Urea Ore, la barnaeB, puree aad aUka of MJW, ta 3J?)tf? || j || Oct 33?BaaMa, haal laacet. tor parte of 91.000, beet brte to Ore, to toM.to 1 Wu?JW^?J ii. Nar ? Botooa, beat nhaa Atlea, tor a pome of 91JW, : ito baa*, to baraaaa, la 3 33*-3 W* IMTa Jalr I?OaalrSTiUa Crrrm, I I : beaten bf Koaa ef Vaabiagtoa. far a puree aad alahe of 91,000. mile haaaa, art three ? tea. to 3W*-3W-8 ?7J<, Flora to vafoa i ad laaa of Waahtoftoa to baraaaa Jato 30?Otatraalila Oruraa, l. i . beat Koaa of Waah((tea, for a paraa aad atafea of 91.W9, Mia baato, haal breato Are, dlNaaetog her ihi 9re? heal to 9 J1. Ftora to araeaa aad Row of Waabtoftaa aadar aaddle Srpt I?Kla>irn beat Iaaoet, Hiitar'a Daaaaal aad R?t Nrd, tor a puree of 9M9, Kile beata, beat two la three, to 99-147, Uaoel aadar aaddle, flora, MUtor'a Itooael ad lad tord to Into Heal- t-Elatira. haal Laaoat, Had tord and MUtor'a fennel, tor a pone ef 99 WO, alto baato. heat three ta ire, to 3 *?*?*?? S?, f.aaaet aadar aaddle, Flara, tod Bird aal milart Daaaal la harem dtp| 13? Albany beat Browa Diet, for ?i,000 a aNta, alle beeta. b?at three la Bra, to haraai, la J?H Tot ?lflfrta|M?; Mat Umm. tar a paraa <* 3t,ooo, au. baa?; * ? ?-3 *>. ImM .iwtar nMh atFlora t> hwMM . - . Oat 10-H?rtfo-d MM bf l*?aM tar V"8. * , MM MM, brM throe M ?ro, ta 3 3?*-3 30-3 ?-!*rtarm ? Um Mootd b?M. flora M fc*r?*3, Ml Imm a4*r mMIi 1?M. ^ 1 Jim 14-HtfMtatsftM, bw l?MM tar port* <* am iw >m ^iw, n Mfw. M?*-t 3i-? ? Jim fl rMMIM>M>, MMUwMta t paraaaf 3l,0M), tm tfcraa la ?ra, la tmnmm, M 131-4 IT*?2 3?V Jnta 1?BiMain, brat Uamt tar a paraa or f > 210, mM ?raa la Ora, * baraaa. M ? 30?3 ??3*3 Jaly ? (Man anaraa; Mat I.anr-1 for a paraa af 11.300, a fcaraaaa, kaal ?mm m Ora, m 3 MH-'i Si K-3 38 *. (M> 1?DMralt, kaal Prtau tar a pam M W*, M ail* taata, M haraoaa, M 3 3t u?3 si O*. 13 (Mm ; k0? ft. Oafc fjr a park. af MM. rUfc MB Matfa Make af (MM aaak, RMaMxr p?fia? Oair OrfMt, aUa Ma, kaoi tfcraa M *?. la Itram to 130^-3 30-3 It Oat 13?KaMaaaaa, Htoblfaa, mm Price* for a piraa 4 wot. alM MMa, M baraao*. la 3:3?-2 TB not tl tmtmtj. OMo; kaal Pritma tar a piraa ?f IMt, ao all* Mao, kaM Mr*. M Ira, la jamaaa. ta HI_|flX-13l Nor 4?aarMB, MMMraa; Mw RaMOaar tar a nr*a of 1*00, rotio kaata, kaat ifcrao m ?ra, ta haraaaa, mi |?_ I 30?1 . Mot 3k?* Lm?; kaM IMtataar tar apwaaaf 31,000, W ?0 MORNING EDITION?TI mile beat*, beet tBree in (We, In ttarueae, li 2.34?2 It Ketedeer OMKabcmI. Not 27?8mm plaoe; beat Relate v K>- a punw o tl.too, two mil* bNH, la ftaraeM, in 5 il ?-5 17 Drc. 2?3ame place; boot Helafcer lor a pure* ? tl.COO, at mil* heata, Mat three la flro.lb ha-:i??? Tti following la the record ?2 2 111, ru> a winning ?ti three last beata. Time, 2:81)*?2 31>,?'- 801^?2 32^1?5?. Maj31?faabtoD Otrartr, L L; beat Oban Allan for a puree of 92 000, mile beata, beat three la fire, t> in 2 26-2:21 *-2 27*. .lane 16? kcUpae Courae.L. L; beat Prtaoeaa for $i,65> a tide, three mUr bea a, U> wacoaa,ta 7 64?7 5'J % June 21? fccltpee Cocree, L I ; beaten by P incaat to. $2.6(0 a ?Wf, two mile heate, la barneaa. la 6:u2?6:07. auguai #? Ejlipee Course, L. I.; bea-. Princes* fer gate money, mil* betU, In haincen, beat three ia five, U 2:28)4-2:22-2 28)<. Auguai 16?Eclipue Ooarne, L. I.; beat Prtnosan far (Me b ? ?, at two mile bM4. in haraeaa, t> 4*0)4?6:06 auruH 23?Boeton; bent Prtnoeaa for a parte of $1,000. mile beata, beat Uuee in Are, in harneai, In 2 83?2:28)42 34. Augunt 27?Saratoga, beat Prinoest Iter a par*' o 2 3ft?2 34** bMi"> b*M tbrM ?T#' m 3 J0? Sept. 1?Portland; beat Prtnoeaa for a puree of $1,030, ile beat*, in haraeei in 2:32?2 30X?2 2$. Sept. 8?Philadelphia beat Prtnoeea far a puree o' $1 600, mile braia, beat three ia Ore, in harneat, it. 2:41)4-231?2:2$. Sept. TO?Baltimore, beat Prtaceee for a puree of $1,000, mile heata, beat three la Ore, ia barnean, in 2:29?2:31? 2 22. Sept. 1?? Tbicago, beat PrlnoeM for a pur?e of $2,000 mile beato, beat three la fire, in haraeaa, ia 2 31?3:21? 2:20)4. Bept 23?Uunratlae: beat Ike Oook for the gate money mue heata. beat three la Ave la haraeaa. Oct 7?Cincinnati, beat Ike Oook lor $1,000 a Ma, mile heata, beat three la Ave, la barnaaa, la 2 27)4?2 27? ROci. 16?Kalamazoo beat Prlno? tad Hoeoel A nee r a $2,000 puree, anile heata, beat three la live, la bar acta, la 2*2)4-2 2$)4-?:l?j(. . Uol 22?Cleveland, beat Prlaoeei ror a II,000 puree, mile LeaU, beat three bt tve, la haraaaa, la 2:40-2 302*0. Oct ? Cuyahoga Falla; beat Ike Oook, tor gate moaey, mile beata, beat throe m Ave, in barnean, m 2 38?2:34? tjk. Nor. 'A?Buffalo, beet Ike Cook for a puree of $1,000, mile beata, bant three ia Ore, B hare?, la 22$?2*1? 2 2Sfc. Not. 6? BuBalo; beat Ike (took anl Belle of Saratoga for a pome of $60v, three quartern of a Bile beata, beai three la Are, In barnean, la 1 40?1 47?1 47 (which la at the rate at 2 $4*?2 2$)4?2:2$H). Nor. 11?St Uatherlne'a. Canada, beat Ik* Oook ror a puree of $M0; Bile beata, beat three la Are, la haraeaa, la 2 36?2:28?2 27. Not. 21?Union Couree, L. 1.; trotted agataat Patohea, be onoer aaddie, nlie in harneaa: Flora won the Aral heat in 2:28, the aeoond beat tn 2 23, aad the third beat, wbloh wi> trotted in 2 24 waa awarded to Paicben owing to Flora break me and cromioc the track tmorooerlr. fbev ttartod lor the lourth beta without the word, and tbe dwkMU prareMM Ita coittNUM. It wm postponed, bat wm oompromlsed, and did ad ootne off. Not. 24? I nkcn Coarse, L. L; beet Eihan Allen for a purse of $1,600, mile heata, beat three la Ore, la hanma, in 2 27?2 2?M?227?2;29V. Ethan woa the first boat Dec. 1? Baltimore, beat Ethan Allen for a purse ot $1.(00, mile beau, beat three la Ova, In harases, la 2:S7K?$26 Ji?2 26M. The above list or rtotorlee achieved by Flora Toai|ila fully josufj her claim to be considered aa the "Qoeen of the Trotting Turf." 81m baa trotted la all elgbly four races, and been beaten la but seven. She baa received for ten Ive Umee, and paM it only twice. 8be has woa. during her career, ia puma and stakes alone, the sum of $09 bvQ, aad she baa hat la stahsa only $0,000, maklag ? btlanc in ber favor of $03 500, irrespective of the vast amounts which her backers have made la lbs way of oat side beta. Durlaf the lest year alone her winnings of advertlasd purses aad stakes amount te(27,000 and, la that nme year, the trotted 07 M winning miles in an hI re gate of 2 hours, U m inn tea aad 64 seconds Ibe enure aggregate of the mllsa aha won (2491,)?for we do not ootspute time for thoae la which she was aot first?la 10 hoars, 22 miaatea aad 4? asosada, an avsrtge mat could bavr been mocb reduced had she always been oblige! to strive to wta, Ber beat average Area stogie miles wore thoae performed by her over the EcUpee Course, L. L, on the 0th oT Aagust, 18M, when the scored 2:28*?2:22? 2:28V., making a total at 7 minutes 9 seooada tor the three; ber next beet sversgo three Magle miles was* thoas scored at rslaatssns oa the 16ih October, 1869, where the made ber faaiooa 2 19^ la a third heat, roe two previous beats were 2 32 K ?2 22 %, thus making an aggregate of 7 14\. The next seat average waa made to ber three beats with Patchea os the 2Ut November last, wblcbadd up 7 15 Ibe Cincinnati trot, where aba made a beat to 2r2iK> adds up a second more. George It. Patoben. a baadeome bay borer of the Be ahaw blood, standing It 8. He waa got by Caserns M. Ctoy.by Beory Ciay, by Andrew Jacasoa, by Yoan? Baebaw Be was pur nil tail by Messrs. boa (Street M Huetley wben young, and kept by them is a etallloa, at Borneo town. New Jereey. up to the time of hts dr*mt op. oa the turf with Etbaa kilts, la 1$M. I'airben eahitred so laurele la thle ble first essay, tor tbe liule geatlemeo diatanced Mb the first boat, la 2 28 Ha frlea'S, boar ever, eld aot tone ooahdeaea. bat entered him for a paras of $1,M0, given by ibe proprlet* of tbe raanloo Couree. oa the 9th of Jane. >8M Brows nick, Millar's Dameel, tad lady Woodruff were also eatere'i. Brows DM woo la three draught li?au Oa tbe 21st of the same mnoto Patchea weat aga nat Lady Woodraff aad flrowa Pick on ins Uaiea Course. L I , mile beats, beat thrve la fire, for a puree aad stake o( $800. La .y WooirufT woa Tbe sen week he met tbe l*dy aad Brow a Dick agaia, over ihe same eourae, two mile beats, aad woo in 5-01 aad 5 08k. He beat I*dy Woodruff two days after, la a match for f 1,000 * tklr, mil* bene, b?*t three in 0**, to wagoue ?n 1 driven, of 300 pouaoa Tbe iborteet tta? la tbeae beala (M 230 J?ly 7 be beet Miller'* Mttnael Md Brown I nek on the Intoa Gunree, best three la Btc Five beau were tro4ed In 3 X 36 H?3 28? 2"2IX and 2 29. Brown Diet, however, turned the la>lea upoa bun In Philadelphia, where be beat btm three iiralght beala, d 2 31X?2 21 V Md 2 BO s Two -ley after warda Pat ahec'i tur waa again la tbe aaoeadaat. be bmriag bnalaa Brown ntck Md I Meet orer the Point Breea>' Ooar*e The beat une la thin race waa 1 39 He thea returaed to New York and west agalnat Flora Temple oa ibe 'Oat of Norember, oa tbe l-'etoa Oourae, L I., tor I be proprietor'? puree of II ,(00, flara la baraeaa, the Mailloa an Jer ad lie Tbe mare woa fee 11 ret aad eecnad beau, bat broke tad werrad aeroaa tbe borne la the third. Tbla heat aaa glvea the Patehea by tbe judgra. The Use waa 3 24. All further proceeding* were poetpooed in nooar^ueaoe of terkneea baring norne on, aad no aaore beala were erer iraUed far tbe money a oempromlae btrta* beeo afTeaed Mwna the laterratad partita. Ilia receat rtatortea orar Ethan Allen are freab la the memoiiea or our reader* City laleUlfaaee. C?.Mt?<"naumr Biaaa a Bao&uwir?Otr great araaoa praaeata aoaaa ourtooa atudlao of maaaar* oocariooally We were highly adlflad yeeteriar, aboat oae oeleek? Ugh Mde Mr Broadway?by aa aatbnak af the "aaored mlmiatlj" wMah baa alwayaeaMad betweea the drtrera rt tha hotel noaohaa Mt Iba ?albmaa. Hoar the aaraer i leoaard atraat "Jaak aoaafe," >Mhg the aaaaa af a rnpular hotel, aad drlrea by a ruflUaly look lag Mlaw, aae bt contact with aa oaalhaa af Ma Itelmoa irraoe ikaa Tbe drtrera oa thla Itaa come la ?atael oaly with tha bettor ciaaaae. aad are iMtngulahed (tar the exurase aaarlty aad pMetdNy oC hatr maaaore Tbey are aot ward peBtintaaa hfca the aaabmaa, aad from taetr ataralat piatuoa la aootety look Iowa opoa the ralgar atrtfa far ofllo* with the ooataatpt K tha pblkaayber, cbaatraed by tha bealgalty of Ike ahUaetbroptaC Tbey do aot Met flock, bow erer. aad ? the Pbwbae la quaettoa laiklil apoa the law a/ the wad. a ooeflwt of worde aaaaed. tha whale atraat batag > kneed a the aaMaaa, backa, toe earu, aioraae wagoai. wlaate equlpagea aad Mafaa beiag all mixed together a a aaae more meipitnable lhaa that which lad a Mr n? na?? bower DirMf the war the eoaoh drtrer itock the omalbu* maa with Ma whip Tha Maw ?aa re araod, u4 um agM niM, like im www, inra t mt ooottaood don Broad way to lb ntm <X ImmH itraai, wbca Um taw, itaitap* MmI P. (Mnrtl of toa tod tao aajaylac Um iiwi w*D tto gout tor whkM to Broadway ~)oad l? MMad j, appaarad In all IM awfnl MjHljr Ito a pftto, la IM Una of a wall taown cMlna. ooadamaad tfea eotck dnrar, wbo ba.] > ?iaa Ml aa<1 a tonal dab ad dad to htn paaaaafar lla<, nueb to ha dtafuat Tbua ?dad iha balUa tor tto ttma Mta>, taa aoaaa baiaf iraaatorrad, wa praaaaa, (-> tka nkta ooart, wfcara laa laaaa aar to diAnai, aa to >oaab d rt tar la to id Hfta a raadl ia*a far tMtraa. aad la Molt oaaaa toa jmjmH m aat tka iapi n ha by aay FiTii Bt axruo rum> A'< idcjtt?Mra Rarrtal Barltaf, i raaxl<al of No SI *at tllrlMalt atraat, wbo waa > ar?r?ly tajarad oa ftoaday fey tto ax^aalaa af a Nfbiad rarataf flaM tamp apea tor paraaa, dtad aa Taaatay Sit frcn tto rtoa'* at tto toraa raaatrad. Onraaai irtnar told aa toqaaat apaa tto feady yatirlar, wfeaa to raadarad a rardtal of aocMaatal daalfe ' Briana n? raa ftrta W*ao?A yoaac woaaaa vaa taa iTratag brought M Iha aixife ward tUttn fen?i, afya oatly laboriaf aador tfea lafloawo of l^w Sbo waa >ila a mU, rai abort aa low aftarwarda waa dla ?T?r?xl hang lag by a oord ta aaaaf tha iraa ban by Itta looraaaa Mho waa lartflaulf rat dowa, but Ma wag iUnci flba r?" bor aaaa aa Maria Oaaatdy. Tha aorotar waa aoMtao. rfea Rliat Ufkl Trial la tauuy Hall la a (iaaauoa aa ? tha Haantr at traa. amnuoa oonr?rmr aacoira Wore Cfeiaf Jaaitaa feaaworth Jrn -Waiwl **?a* ?a. ^tlKwi C Awrdifo? TDM raa tba tm aoMoa triad la tbo "old Wlgwaa 'before a tourt aad |arv,aa4 I bo ippairaaii af a r??*Judfa la ha ptaoe of aank>a mmm ton laipreaead tha aaaaoi uu? taditnr* ?bo wara aMwirt by tba aoroMy of tfea aaaaa. a tha ro?m ibrt baa raaoaadad "a Ihnaaaad aad a ifeaa aad ttaa<? ' to tha aefeaaa af tfea aatarrlAod, tba Mat leasa Ml?aM retfaad. Ifea dlgaUy af tfea Oaort rmm twM reaaocA. aad law aaaa art* tha plaaa af aaaaola ; i TWirabta Mfttof jodga, tfeaagb art adraaaad la yaan, >i uaHa* m Iho piaaa af a avail ward yollticiaa, aad aire luautaw art aa >arara, aaha aad diar?afetaali, a tbo plan" of tfeo naaai aaabar of ahaaMar hlMara. aba wara woat la "rata tfea mart" aad art law, ardar d JaaMaa at dafeaaaa. Tbo aaUoa waa ta raaaaar Mr a aaattty af braady aaM aanaaMag to tl.Ttt Tha aafcaaa I aa a, thai wbaa tfea braady waa Maatad M waa art a Jta ?bo wafli, aad Ma d^adaat rafeaf ta nwlu I MadntMi >RK E 1URSDAY, JUNE 7, 1860. i ~~ ' T~I Tka OliMMtl of TtMhum lm tha fo?ru W?id. rnvrine or mi ioud op iduoation?thi bub JWOT dirct^mii? risolitionh on both bides?a commotion and adjournment, etc. The BAard of Education held one of thetr regular mmi' toga laat erasing, PnHwit Curtla in the oh air. lb* Twelfth nrd achool offloera aaked for aa approprlattea of $4,100 to purchase achool houae it us la Ninetyninth atroet, for a new achool bouae. Referred to the Committee on Sltee and School Hon*.. A communication alao came Irom tha Twelfth ward achool offloera, aaking for *4,366 lor carpenter and auaon work aa Ward achool No. M, and waa referred to tha Committee on Finance. The Board, after die peeing of eome unimportant boataeaa, took up Commlaatoaer Fa"'" reaolutlon, oenaurtng tha fourth ward achool offloera <lr raoent aommary and wholeaale dlamiaaal of the frotaatant teaahera la that ward without any aaalgned oauae, which oama up aa the third order of bualaeea. Oomaalaatoaer (iaau moved that tha regular order of bualneea be auapended for one hour, till the reporta of tha ' aunoing oommitteea and other Important bualneea bo dla] poaad of, aa the debate on the reaolutlon would be Ukely to oosupy much of the time of the Board. Oomatiaaioaer reman and othera objected to thla, oa Iha grounda that the regular bnalnaaa of tha Board ahould not bo Internapteo without mora oauae than Mr. Oraaa ihowtd. There being a rote takea oa the qaertkm, eighteen ware for Mr. Oreea'a motion and alzleen againat li; and tha Chair decide* that tha motion to toapead the regular order reqaired a two-third rote, aad waa coaaeqoeatly lost. OomaMoatr Gam* appealed from the deoiakw of tha Chair, arguing that bia motion waa not to aoapead, but to liduuia tn mil cm Oommmetoaera BnsDicr, fAiniLui and othera argued at length on the Chair'a dedaJon, taking both aldaa of Iha queallon reapectlrely Tha Tote being taken, the aaotloa to auapend waa aarried by IB yeaa agalaat IT aaya, which alao eat aaide tha dedakm of the Chair. romnkakaer Uaxoh deal red to know whan the reaoluU of Mr. Fair would ooaae up, aad the Preatdaat laformed him aa twenty-four rainutea past aevea o'clock, or oae boar ajler lta poatpoaement. . on the aunject of sopplytng Um achools with wood tor luel, Hd reoommendtd awardlag the contract for 1 nppIlM of wood to John Barnard, who had aeut IB the lowest bid to the rwlttee. the report waa adopted. The Cosamlttee oa School Fur oi tare reported la far or tppropriaUof $750 for the purchase of three please for three of the female grammar aohoola In tha upper part of the city. Tbla report waa alao adopted. Ike Finance Committee reported la faror of reatiBg the premises on the ooraer of Broadway aad jBeveath : avenue for a primary ichool 1b the Tweaty second ward, | at MOO a year. Report waa adopted. CoaimMteaer Whuhi it bow called up the reaoiuUon of Mr. Farr, aad ottered the followlag reeoluUon ae a aob, ahtute to that oflerei by OnwmnaKmer Farr:? Wbereae, a number of teaohera hare reoeatly beea ' aummarlly removed by the tooai board* la aereral of the ' ward*, aad wbereae una Board, while it he* ao power i over the aubject of such removals, the aame betag i withla the exclnalTe ooatrol of the loeal boards, regards uch action with great regret: therefore, Resolved, That the removal of aay oompetaat, faithful aad upright teacher without adequate causa. Is, la the opinion of this Board, aot oaly aa sot of tajustioe to the Individual aflected, bat is oaloulated to Injure lbs oause of public education aad to dlminlah Ha hold upon the ooafldesoa aod lavor ot our cltlsaaa. lbs Clerk havlag read the rasoluUoa, CXmulsBKiaer Tvraaa offered the lollowlag preamble aad resolution aa a aubetllule for tbe whole matter:? Whereaa, to tbe Fourth ward atae teeeheie bare boss aamBMitty dtsmlaasd by tbe eehool oSaara ef the aaid ward, wfchaol aav aatfgeed eauae tor sue* proaodure oa thatr parts, IbaMhr dotes great toJaaBoe to lbs aatd toeebeae; aad wharaaa thle Board has tbe power aad h la M datv to aio?t tuab raiaa aad laaulsll? as h mav dsaaa proper, la order to protect the r%sw of all UMiaa dlraetlT as ladtraeUy uadar la ooalrot, tbarefare. bo M Eeeolvod. That a apaslal e^aimltee of Iferee ho assotetod, *hb MraaMoaa to aaeke the oeaeMary laqelnas Is IBIaBoa to the asblsst aad report tea remit to 1Mb Board at ?a aarltoal soaveatoase, together with Ma oplaioa at to what aetloa ahould bs takes by this Board, whereby juetlea will be readarert to taeaheta la future Comiaastoaar Gbbqoby spoke with much emphasis. Be ooastdsrod the uass bad ooiae far decisive actloe la fela matter of religious dlvWoaa la the aaaaagomset of Iks acbooia. 9i felt atich ooaduet to be disgraceful to the Board of KdodBtloe aa that of ths action of the Foorth Ward Loeal Bard Toat aotlaa waa ltjurtoua to the toaabeta dtnattsed. their character aad epu tattoo, ead highly lojerloas to ths great oause of edooattoo. Toe Bssrd or rilaaalliin weuld set aa uuoaaaiy part If they auflfered aucb ooaduet as that of the Fourth ward oftcera to paaa Without either oenaur* or inveatlgau m He was therefore la favor ef Onmmtaslnaar Tucker'a raaolatloa. Commissiooer Fablbt would not like to aee um matter hastily acted opoa, aad was tbsrsfers la favor of Mr. OmbMomt Hivnroit amd to extood the Uu for adJournaaeBt from nlfbt to half part MfM o'clock. it vm now wttDfat ton mloniee of elffht, and Commie t loner a Giorer, Mmod ud Green ma-le apaaobea on the mbjert of exteodtnf tbe time, white CoanlMwri Tucker, Dare*port aad othera aeoueed then of frnlttror tog to kill off time aad procure an adjournment without action And ptndlnf the com motion wblcb euoeoded, the Preatdrat announced the time for adjourning and the inc. ttr.fr then terminated. w-erin* the main >|oeotloa of the ' evealag more tintetUed 'ban waea the; commenced tie ' dlacnaaion Com in taaloaere of Kmtfratlnn MM OF TH? BOABDA TKLLOW PBVBB VERSEI. mioktidttn or hbb ouf hbkt m thb sbaMAN X KBTKBAT?I.ABU B AU1TALI Or BMIOBAN I'd COKTIWCIWO, BTf. The Q?M?i of KaUgraUoa met yerterdBjr afternoon at CeeUe Harden, f Jul tan C. Verplaark ta the chair Tbe following ooaamuLicatioa from the Qoaraattoe Coatmlaatoneri waa received aad read;? CrrirK Qriatrrtaa OoaaiwioaaaA. i Ho. 58. Ktaa a mat, J una ?, IBM. \ To Ta* ? oaaiMioaaa* or Bat*.ratio* ? / t#a*n.a*a* ??e are lefermad by iho H?-altb OSaar that there ta at unaraath a a rhtp from Mo la a roaditlia r?joitla( her to be entyoated tn 1 laaa day*' quaraeilae Ifte had om | aaee ef >el)o> lever before learter Bio. aad dm aeetb of ihat dtieeae oa hat paBBMB two of her ere? hareatakeoed tnee her arrtral, hot aot ef yellow trw, aad tar waat of ether eeonmaw delta ae hara gmi to the aaaemaO latraat fhaae etriMatae * [>rere tae aear aperoaab of tbe posh(Ud. Im11cm? tlM BMNatlj of lumwHH imigMUM tar hoepttai mt< tea tartbrr delay la aearaalr ooaalateet I wtkihaeaMh oiet Oederthaaa preemaa Mreumataaoea, I *a bet la'iuira whither row Board wtll ao> ?apal) tie *Mh atv -car M00l>?ta aattetpattoa of any loan yoa mat met a ta a ?" a ?a to plaae tha hiepttai at tha proper aeehrraao M ->?e i?4f fnr tha reeaeMoa of yallow frrer aeMrnta V?rj wniafttliy. roer?, tar the ynareettaa - am i m a. o. etautT. lecriiwy Alter eeme d laonaMos Mlatlii powera of the Onaarti riowrt of Wmtgruum, ud what it waa MflHM tor Ihaai la a* la Um Htnawaam. CkaaMawr Loai rtforad a raaalatloa to the eflhot that Ike riaaaoa OBaaMtoe ha autaerteed to ka H,M to Ike gaaraaltoe OMaWawM, aad that Ua mm ka retained oat ef Ika aaotr to ka rataed^ aa MegoJoe'e Potol '"rCreeola'lea waa aaaafoaaty adopted. A rreohiMna waa oow o(*r?d ud adopted aithvinng iM direotlag Ika fauca OoaMKtoe to aaal ttta Plaaaoe Oaatotttoa ef ika kawa) laaaraaaa voapu; Una mora lag im ai|?llali a laaa oa iapai'i Potoi.aa agreed Mat Ika Mat toaauag ef Ike Board OnemiaMaear Ptsot ami that a oommlttoa of three be appelated to aalUe Ike aeeaeato between ika Hoard and ika Ooaauadaoan of IMWe Ckartkaa aad CimiMia IwimiaMar Hi wr thought thai Aa aaejeol akoald ba ooniHtad far aetUeaeal aa behalf af Ika Board to Mr. r*Tfca. im aaaai I. aa ika q netlia bad baaa referred to Ikeaoarto. by wkaa M waa agaia referred to a reffcree. wbaaa ilitlalaa toa CMaauaataaara of Obanura aad Oor reelloa prehablyeeeaf lored weald be favorable to the RalgraMee OomadHtoaara Mrreral Oawakatoaars expreeted Ikatr diaagreeaaeat wtth Utr nptolea of Mr dual, aad ako Ike ouaael of tae Board, wbo waa prill, aad Ika dlauuaalua wbMk follow *4 Saaily ended to Ika adapttoa of Mr Pardy'a raaalatloa. The followlBf la a copy af Ika weakly etuemaat aada by Ika ftearetary to Ika Board, akowtag Ike autabar af migrant* arrtred alike port darlag tae peat week, tbe ooadiurn at Ika iaaaoaa of ika OMatoka, ke. fjnlgraata arrtred to May M. 1M0 M.4T1 halgranta arrtred atooa, to Jtiaa 1 844 Total *M17 To aaaa dale to IMt K.M6 I**:. IMS 1*59 ltaa iBBMttae oa Ward -a lalaad .. 1444 i.tsr 777 7tt lIMM IB Maria* Hospital IN 1M ? ? tmi i,*i TTT ra Ov*Hra?l. Jaaaary 1, IMO 911,4m anM?to la Mar M, IMO. .... tint Ml Raertpto tiaoa, * Jbm &. 11.147 137,(MB 191,416 IMtanMWM IS Maj ao $M,7?7 I'lfitNi (IBM, ki Jniw 4 II,4M - M.SM Hatone* Ito.iei Hut Wukta|ioa larkat Cam la Caart An ala. WfUM com CliHUM. Jrn ? Ttoytar 4 Britmam ? At *M". 4t , 4 Hmm r?rfe.?Tte Mm la mat* to* j?lpii1i aatorad to Umm *mm ton ysar -|"rr Om OorparaHaa. iMI wktok ?rs altogMI to feawt ?sm iMjnjMlr rimim, mm* tos 0?Uroltor vara ready. tad mM*t??4 to fertof to* MMMkM for mS"Mas'kT*pt toair tlMarito raaSPtai WMMM, to4 toe Ooart grMfcl toa? Mil fawilar ***l, MltoMlMMto M Mia Tito WTtot papers afeaa pnato4 kaak *T *?*r two heaMM pafM. ' ronm Dwvib ?Ik* My *1 m wlwti mm, ap MM, MM JM? My MMtog k?l MMtof m to* ? * rtssr, Mr <Mv*ra*r * maa*. testae to* ay. mum M tevtog Mm toally Mall mMi * mm MMm to to*r**i *r WMMaii tumi, m< to* Owibii mmm [ERA! OIE DAY LATER FROM EUROPE. T Arrival of the Prince Albert at New Brunswick. MOVEMENTS OF GARIBALDI, etta St Joa?s, N. F., June C, 1860. m# Tbe tuamrbtp Prises Albert armed at the B?y of bl< B. iU'U el At* o'clock on ibe morning of tbe Mh tost ^ brings G?lw?y dales of tbe 28J of May, aad Liverpool j difes, by te egrepb, of the 3Mb of Kay. bo Tbe Sicilian acoounta are oontllcung Garibaldi had en- ^ ( red Palermo, and amused tbe dictatorship. of Sicilian official despatches claim a victory over Garl- fer baldl. wi Hie proceedings la the House of Oomcaons indicate that w|l tbe government will be unable to carry the Reform bill gg, through this aeaaon, and that they will vtrtual'y deter- ^ mine to abandon it 4n It was rumored that the Emperor of Russia oontem ^ plated vMttaf Paris. ^ It was also reported that the JHomtcur was about to ^ publish a speech by the French Ambassador to the iul b, 'an''of Turkey of an ilermljDg nature. w< "TSJefrtleads of the Grand Duks'of Tuscany oontinuel me ths sgitalion at Floroncs for his restoration. um The (oversmstil bad seised Important documents, coo qu talnleg lnssrocUons for an Insurrection in the Stales of the of I Churoh in Calabria, Jtc. of ] Pttnoe Ghrtschakoflr had Issued a circular explaining res the reasoa wby the Turkish Ambassador was not admit- abi teTto the diplomatic meeting of Christians in Turkey. 1 Ths Prlaos Albert has over sight hundred pssslingers. mh She was detained two days oa^the voyage by an injury to to Mr mcDiiery, noe win mvt hub port mm afternoon. uw The next (learner frim Gal way will be the Golden ten FVeoe, M the new one Wnot ready. tor {The ship Huor, from Bahla for New York, foundered p? iI[h> on the 3<Mb of April.* The crew were aered. lal to LATEST'NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. ex IxmiMm, Iter ' ?. 1160. It Is reported, ud eome authorities Msert oorrectljr, that Garibaldi had entered Palermo with 9,000 Infantry tbi and-square cavalry, and that the Neapolitans ware laying ^ downaram. J It wm also stated that Garibaldi had lamed a attrrlnf proclamation, ataitog that ha aaaumed provisionally tie JjJ^ iHctatorkhlp of Sicily. On "Be waa received with tha great eat enthuaiaam at Pa thl lermo. m| News lacks relative confirmation, aad eom? regarded It rta premature. lb< Offlcal Neapolitan despatches of the 23d aad '2Sd of May, Ul' aaaert that the lnaurgeota ware baton twtoe, driven from Utl positions and pursued, aad that ooe of their leaders, Roe P* so ma Puto, was killed. mm 'JM " "There was a great panic at Messina, among the auttaori. bti ttea there. *! COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Mbm UIMDON MONET M1UIT. ^ " Oonaoto ctoaed on Friday at W for moatj aad 96 ? for ?? Se aceooat. . ' P* The Paris Booree oa Friday waa depreaaed, and the '* rentes cloned at oer 10c ?P inn-ill Mrrmrnm M Mem. Ball A On. repeat the atrM tor Americas sa- V curttlc* u quiet ud BiMpi LIVERPOOL COTTON Ktutr. 1 The ?I?K of oottoa la Ike Lieerpeol atrbl for toe lh. wrrk adoed op 48,000 bale*, of which 1 .MM balea nn on *Decu)eUoe ud for esport. A decline of xd. a *d. had ?"? taken place, maaUy oa the lower and mid .ling quallue* Du Prtoee wer? very Irregular, aad holder* eere prexitag their atocke oa the market The (air aad good a'ddtlog qaaMHB war* without chance, The aaitx oa Friday were ft* 6,000 bales, of which 1,000 halae were to exporter* aad rculaioiH Thefmarket cicaed quiet at U? following au rlaed quotation*:? /*r Middling. ? New Orlaaaa M. ?Sd. he Mobile TH*. a^d. Cpteda T'?d. a^d. The atoek la port wae eaumaied ?t 1,300 000 balea, of ' which IM.C00 bate* were American ra HTATB OP TRADE IN If ANCHEftTBR- rf The advicea from Maacbenter are rather store favorable, _ aad there waa lea deprewtoa is Um market. LIVERPOOL BHVAIM*Tt'FPa MABBBT. 0M Mraara K'chardaon. Speaoe K On. report (lour dull at i Me. fid. a Me. Wheal quiet?Halea of red at 10a. 11 a . 10a 94 , aad white at 1 la. a lie. ad (lorn rery doll? p Halta of mixed at Ma. fld , yellow at Ma 3d. a 36a. Od oul and whit* at MB. 6d. a 87a. 1 LIVERPOOL PROVISIONS MAREBT. Mraere Wakefield, Nash A Co.. nglaal, A'brne * Oo., and oihera. rrport -Beef heavy, aad all qaaUUea ellgbtly drcilned. PorB quiet. Bacon inactive but arm. I.?r? tll, dull aad quotattepe barely maintained aalee at 67| a Ma Tallow?All quantise ellgbtly declined "alee oi butcher*' , at Mb. b LIVERPOOL PKODl'CI MABkBT. J71 Pot aad pearl aahea qatrt, at Me a Ma. ad. for (he for ] mer. aad 31a fid. a Ma for ihe latter. H ?ar heavy. 5L Ouflee dull, aad all qaalittee decilaed. Rloa dull, at 31a. i~ ad ; tome aalee of Carolina at Ma fid. a Me Flah otla M , alow of aale, but prVsaa unaltered. I laan 1 oil Ma ad. a M tta Koam steady, at 4a Id. a to. ad. for common , LONDON MARMTR. An Meeara Bar lag Br ot bar* report breadetnflb quiet. Iron ha' dull at U to. for ralia aad bar*.' Hogare dall aod declined "Dl a? Coflee dall aad lafettar qualtUee deellaed Id. a 1 >,d m? Rice ateady i^rirHa turpeaUae doll at Ha ad. a Mt "* Tallow, 62a alia fd Tee, all qaalMee, alight It advene P*1 ad. aalee at la. M. for onmmoa Congou Aperm aM, all ,kl inaltUea, a.lghliy decltaad. aalee al ?6a >o LATEST MABEBTR BT TELEGRAPH. **' Ijverpool, Hay M, 1M0 Oattoa?The aalee oa Saturday amooalad lo 4.0<>0 baiea, of which 1,100 ware to epactilamr* aad aiponerm. The f market aleeed very dall. ? Hmaan* r.loeed oa Haturdar P. M rilel and nrj?l. Wl tfCMdOjl Lo*ao*, Mir4v afteraaoa. J* Oaaaoli lf? at Mti MM tar a?7 aad Monal SHIPPING NEWa ,J _j'KSr 21 L<ara Wbaater, Tboaaaana; Maf 0 Bacla. Aaa Him, Baa- Jt laibai BlrtraOium ftiaaaaant aad fM?, MQrfaa^ w" AMMMntkM, Adraaaaaad *miaata? froa HaMa. <*J Also arrlrad, W Ink, Pgppfl] uad Aaafc Lanrte ttvm 1 |MWt Ml intfH trrm Www Tarfe. Mar tl, Mfth u Inmi; Araai rjB at OMM Baara at ?lilli Antra* from Apaiaahlaate, Iter . Ladr Barbari M Urar- ? *~lt?l1al for JfTork. May It Mats aod NaMa fmai taiartod: 1M. Waahta*taa aad laaballa at Urarpooi; Ml, R H ikk man* al do _ _ lit MM tar tete, May *, Bannfc Trata frmm Urarpnnl. TO, as Tha Bailaaa Aaraaalam. " TO TRB BDfTOB or THB HKRAID. g] I barawBh aaad yaa a itwarlpHna of atr MeaMtea kM (Von Palaea Oarteaa. I Ml lha rreuada al tha uma aa ? ? aoaaoad,hhU pate arran t'elock pr?etaaly,aad morad off 1a a waat aouteaaaterly dtraottaa la laa mtaotaa' mm I bad M< atteiaad aa altltuda of aboot S.COO faat balac arar tha Hod '<? aa mar, joat a bora Jtracy Otjr, oa tfea Na?r Tor* alia "]? I ranataad ta Ihla poattloa for aboot irtaai or traaty ^ ntaotaa, whnh Um I aeooptad la aarraytec iba graad ?*< anana batow aad arooad ma tha ilaaaphin la whteh 111 aialail appaarad la ba tha dindta# Itaa of iwo ear .wi ran la, iba appar currant btowiaj froto waat walhal, Tht whlla tha lower aarraal waa from aaat airlhaate, tacraaa JJJ* lac m ttraagtb aa I aaartd tha aarfaoa of tha water. Whlla batsf oarrtad laward Oaamaalpaw Fatal, twa aUiaa baloar Jrraay aty, Mr. Oarral V Wlaaar (oaa af tha ao lT, Ma, raady kiad), halted na wMh aa ater ai aaMateaaa, !l* hash I anvptad. whaa ha atearad hia aaat bttla araft " "loaa" ta a haa iraatteg ay aaaraa. Kayar anal, , tha walar flaw tea Mat bwh, aad, paaatef diradly by lha _ Ma af ba bate I caught lha roaa whlah ha ihraw u aa. !?. wbrntli* taetatarte'l ttrrctlrehaaMl atedaablag rata,draw lug Um bailee* off M ttana (1 afcmid tbiak aawew^t am !** Mr <.afa'? Mwpta). uaMI we rwM Ibe abore, whoa tba air abip got Uw baa'. of W ?aw>r rralt, ?l-'T. a t? Dm op lead, loadtag aad taartag bar higb aad dry I 5. ibaa aalled two m, who war* aaar b?, la mt Male !" Uaaa. Om af the* turaed te mm la tm, wteea Mi eompaaioa bawled oat, "Rob tor jaw ttib. Jiaa. ^ N't a aaaila' apoe yea," aad they aUrtrf aff ta ? "f? - **""" ? ?n MM raa A aaaibor of the ainbliw vara aeoa m laM, ^4 la a abort Mae Vaaoa ? peaked a# aad aJbtr am ledged la Iba baaaa of ?. Jaeob Taa Bara, wbtat * P *'* ?10 ptoaaa aaaayt my mmu tor Ma mmy * kkndaaaaae ba ahewered apoe mm. 1 travelled a dMaaea ?b? ?f twelve aiUw.eeeepi lag Ma We* oftorlyeewl* free Tba; h* U*e (f tfartlag, H batag tea ataolaa paal atobt e'tfeak ' wbea I reaobal tarra Irai I arrtredia Mi ?r at lrM ataraa o'clock. npMil C Wf* afpt Cbookb'i Itom., Jiaa 1,1M* n JetMf City Wwwa. ? to m bottom or TWM mmALh. ^ la fu mm ?f Tbailay tm afptanl a **fmmi of a ram wbtafe a aaaber af peiaaaa ware awlaaaty, r aot totally, J}*J bjarei W1B yea ptoaa* wiM ?M fapart, aa N win bat* a ! ?ry to ??ere ?e af ay beeee* Tbe aiibn oaoarred at An T?w We^a wMeb la Ol about tbree or toer bead red yerda from my pbr? waa jna?, 1Mb 04 V:6 POLLOCK. Obar LD. PRICE TWO CENTS. THR DMTR ftU TRIE RVIVfl Mir InppMcd PoltMlag-TliMrlei la l?|U4 to tk? CklM of their Ucktk>Mt Mortem BiuilMttai by On. Dotami Chtltw*?The Fl?? larTl' n-Ul?Urlcal Aeeoaat of thi Bird*, be announcement IB yesterday'* Hjduu> of the death even of UM iviii at Central Park under arcua?cee which led to the belief thai they wore potaoaed, tar accidentally or otherwise, oocaaloaed do lltJe eximent throughout the city dortag the day. The exdtent tndeel oould hardly have been greater bad a tsrrioalamlty taken place in oar midst, suah ?M the feelthat theee beautiful creator?a hai Inspired. t keema that at about two o'clock oo Toes lay after mi oae of the Central Park police obeerved three of toe ana la a drooptng|condlUoo, and ei til biting other e?oa atekaeaa. He lamed lately put out la a but and ought than U> ahore, where in a few momenta after irda they expired. Their death waa aoooapaalad Lh those violent aymptMna indicative of polling, auoh aa convulsive tiuaeringa, twiabag of the ad open the back, and frothing at the mouth. Aba at ak four more of the blrda were dlaoovered to be auu. rlyfaflboted, and la a abort time afterwarda they, veo, exred. Altar luastt asearch waa iaatltatadfor the remainI Are, which. It waa feared, might bare shared a aiati teta. Ike aaaroh waa unavailing, bat the park keeptra re gratatod, on rWUag the posd early yea tar day ralng, to find the mMag birds aal lag gracefalJy or or i water, and approaching vlaJtera whenever the latter d* to the edge of the pond. Pour of than, two taia alas, learned la axoaUeat aptrlta and la the enjoystent perfect health, whUe the flfth, a widow (or widower), Mined apart froat the rest, apparently mourning the Mca of ila malm. kt a late hoar oa Tuesday evaalag, by order of Ooaialooer Oreea, four of the dead awans ware conveyed the City Boapital, whet a, under the aupervialoo of Dr. ok, they ware placed on too preparatory to a poet mor > examination oa the following morning. Yesterdayannnw on* of th? hlnli mmm iMMiarMrf frv? wto Dtn. Doremna and Chilton, and oocTeyeil to tse oratory of the former In Rut Kighteenth tract Owing the elaborate nature of the prooeaa the reault of the amtnatlon cannot bo made known for a day or two. rhat the death of the *wane ni caneed by potoon, or torn* aubetance poleonout tn ttn effect* upon the bir d*, ?re in hardly any room for doubt. The circumitanaee ot sir death would mob totettie this point. Bat wnether IM Inoning wan intentional, nod done by nome maltaoualy ipoeed pornon, In another queeuon Let on hope, for tbo te ef humanity, however, that such waa not the cane. Varlou* Uieorten bare bean ad vanoed an to the manner which they may bare been accidentally aoiaoiied. The ana are very doroeattc, and will approach the ahoro of ? pond when Tlelter* oflrr food. Now It any ho that in a way aawboleeome and deletermua artlolet of food re given them. It in well know* that aait. aalermtoa, I toda and other tngredlentn of bread are fatal to Uie ithered tribe, and theee articles may have been given > aw an a tn the piece* of oakc. cracker and the like, own to them by vlnitoro Again they are very vamcloua eaten, and an large qoanea of food are given them aa above denenbed they rbape have gorged themvelvea la each n manner aa to produce denlh. Thia theory, however, aeemi leant ababie oc all. It he* alee been enggooted that the da may have eaten looe poitonou* vegetable or plant iwlng in the bnahea *nrroundtng the pond the moot probable theory .however, le that net forth a i view* of n correspondent, wbone toner we hereto nex. The CsmmMonern o' the Central Park nave ra for eoanetlme paat endraronng tq got rtl ef the anna of rate which tafeet the locality, and far whl:h rpoM food Impregnated with nraenic and daly labelled prevent aootdenta with vtattore, wee Mattered nroand on IM roou ud la tha mrobbory. ?M d?i P'O ble Uiiii that the birda fell ta with tad parto jt af ua M?M rood ?? TO THl IDITOB OP TBI HBULD. [be death ofeerenUof theewaaa raontl) ctlciitJ i i Oatral Park la raoorded la tha Han id of ihM ant ;; It la addad that their deaUaa la attributed to poiaaa, it tha pottos are la aaanh of the perpetrator*? ao doubt tglaf far Bad wide aad that thehodieaara A lot loa r dlaaaoMwi aad QTamtaattja by Dr. Bask. Allow a oooataat reader to propheay for oaee (prerwoa tha eveal) tha rreolt ot that lareatlcattoa?Ota*. ? t? f, what the doctor will Bad la toe awaaa, aad who will dtooorered to hare baea tha aiithora ot ul? "act reooe aad barbaroo* ptaea of mieebirf." raalde cf the awaaa will be fouad araoaic, acd tha Lalualary po>eoaer* will ha foead to baa very worthy eat (eaUemee. wboae feaaral aaaafeaaeat of the Oatral rk haa gWea a 1 moat ualrerau eatitfacUon ?! raaaa Lba ltraJ Park Commiaaloaera rood, Blind with araaalc, baa loa< race bem cad oa the artificial rocka aad wlaada, duly p stated t by board* laacrtbed with Ua waratag "peMa." rb-ae Haa Burg aeaaa being auunu?u.?M aad be ;btrd forntaere, ware boareeer, oaahla to profit by the II trace o?T*yed by thai laaorlpUna to tfcaaa abia to id aad oa' ervtaad the to*'tab wiogue. u>d here the roilowieg eooaiderattnae are auggeatel by untoward oddest for the beaeot of the *aid Chan km era ? a the drat place, tha naatral park la naatia?? Tinted [uafoethared Mpade.wbo ara either aafonab'o to read or underaaaad the waralag board aa the aaiaeky awaaaa [a tha oest. a anologicaFooilectioa, t > ooaant maa'y of rlga bird a aad aalaala, la prajaatei la the aa?e ality, aad H should be aadaraaood la Use that araeaic act either the aainraJ or cvea a wbotoeoaaa eaadiot for for ao* tn-a dwtinfumbed auanger* I aar be falrlr doubted wbetaer It era* mum wut wrwu bir 1s or ylmik (etoept tbe r?l?, wo> ? < Is re thriven aa<l multlpllo 1 opoa *)?tbe tiH?, se ml'rmiag tbe mm or rntkta* tfce " groveo elcaJ,' harlot an rely 41 Appeared Maoa tbe no tuoau dMribaito* of ike palm. Witt p?oToaa4 Ha iby lor the BortiOoaitao of tbe wall mem.as aa'Om of a calamity, It wtil prove a *r?t1fl-aUoB to tad that I) baa baaa baae eeoogb purpoeely to bare per pew Mel cb an act of outrageotie m4 barba?Me weib.ef " U)KflT*NT n la bat dae to tbe DoMMtoeere to bora Mat* ttal tba MrucUOMa of tbe aUeadaat wbo nwpanm I be iwaaa >m Htmborx (to which city br baa Haoe retaraad) it re faithfully and mtaately obeyed, ao ttal the r deatt aaot bo eMIbuted to aay dtreOoMa of doty o UDe ree at. la order to preotade tbe poMbltMy of daafar a la re, ibnuto tto Part wlU ae? twiibrtt ba pmmtt I to feed Ibe iwaaa. rhe Mareat aad aMettea whtob tbeae keeenril erf re bars exerted, mi ealy by their twii Jt tba itral Park bat alao by U>e occurrence whleb eow til Mi at ao promtaraUy before tbe pabllo, ladoae >m to Mb i tba follow lag sketch of tbair tafodacttaa ate aar r. *e awaaa, la tbe nabw of twelve, war* a pre it fraai tba latter aaaaad dty to tbe mcat J auttadUaa el New York tae aim^M tea paaaed hetweaa batt etltaa la re lam a to tba Mr. aad flaally tta Mr* ware eewt oadar tba charge m eMadaat la tta mmmm Bavaria, whtcb armed at i part ?a Belarday, Mar M. Tkey mm piaood a tta a m tbe fellowteg (* *???> erateg, rwrtag tta life tbe iwm were placid la aafaa. eaab Mr btnag rparate eage The paaaage aeroaa tbe ttiw bad m ar eflMt apon tteta esoept ao mew bat aatltaf ttatr mmA *i I ?A tMa -a^? > tttaataH who mm w*b ttaaaTapartod to tba part f*n tk> BtMarjr MneM to rvgard ta il*Mi to wbtob iter aboaM ba am tar, aad ?rat baaa 1a rMn trip ? UM hnrh 1m ?win, Witt n? r>U rrat tars, nHaJar ankii| aaak, I aoft, thick piuma?a. to tta baaiianaaato if tta watar >1 io??w ti? plnwac* it ateoai aatrar?ally wbtto, b tta asaapUaa af oaa apaalr* toast to AaatraUto, tob to MMk. Tba dtfferaat apaataa ara atoaatAM acdiai la aaUrtty im aaaordtof to tba aatoa whiab ttay ir. tba boaptag nr wbtoUtrg i?u, ao caltod fram Ha I a< auiaa? cry ?f ' baap,"*-baap," ta taa?4 ta OarFrum, Italy. aad atbar partwaa ?f rurapa a m aamavhat raaaaabltog a gaoaa to paoaltar to FtataM*. I trumpatar ??aa to foaai to tba aiaan pan af l ana* Mala* It boa a bat*, tramptn) ooto. wbaaea Ho aama Tba Mat kaawa I Mat prlaad cf all tta apaataa. bavavar, tba mom ta. tta torgaat aad mm aiaaalal af tta ?nba na nt, wbaaaa Ma aaana Of ttto aatoa ara tba Owtral k maa Ml ttaaa ItMium I by tta faalrr aa? rtbty of Itaropa a ttatr oattra oMy ttay pmb ttatr Maw ?tooa aattraty tta attr, aatta la -| aa abara ataaat ta total tr ?pga, vbtob ttay da to aaato tormad of aaraw, to, raabaa or tta toa, aad btt? la tta ttaatbary af a teltaaad to tba aaatra X tta w?*r la erdar ttaa ttto nortoat Mali Mtobt aaa ba aaatttad la ttatr aa? bow, tUa tototwaa bafll to tta Oaatral fart poad tar braad n hit ffea ma batabaa to Mid aaMaar, toy tog aTt ia aybtaqa. tta parted af .taaabatoaa batty Tk? Oy?t laif 1i?|ily. man Qrwnon on rn paw or m owriot. If I?k aw MM *f ft* MM BMfei, ? M<tar r ?r im J<?? * >, mm* ?kM iktMiw ClMMMDMMiam9?Mi? MM Jo4f* i?d H?> ''dtMrtJiMk* Bii iiVli*Sl,tt?Vw?r*W r(* Ik* I?fc?i I of fc* <?m?Mik*r ktarvMa*, m4I* IV IN^VlHi UW? VI VVW I'VMN BBMi mm PMh*, tfc* 8t* CkMMtMrM* niktM*,*** imm i mm Ma* mi. la Ma ima*l a I* or ktrfef wtwinli NMN laai'ii.

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