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for running them through the lines. Went to Mrs. Perrin's residence, in company with Detectives Reese and Craddock, and arrested Mrs. Perrin. The accused acknowledged that she had the spoons in her possession, and also the dress. Messrs. Craddock and Reese testified to the effect that they went to Mrs. Perin's house on the night of the arrest.--Reese asked for the silver spoons that had bReese asked for the silver spoons that had been given to her for assisting a negro through the lines. Mrs. Perrin hesitated, at first, in her answer, and then said, "What spoons?" Witness said, "Those silver spoons." After a little while, Mrs. Perrin said that the spoons were at the house of a man named Blankinship. Craddock and Reese went with her to Blankinship's house and called him out. When Blankinship appeared, Mrs. Perrin said, "to find out whether they were silver."--Blankinship brought the spoons out and delivered them to Reese. Mrs. Perrin claimed that the spoons were brought her by a free negro, who wished to have them