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NASHVILLE UNION ANDnAMEKICAI$, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1873.
J J' ' -'V .WIS .VIS.
SURE IN THE
'Office in the company's
so jfonm COLLEGE ST.
Johti Jjumsden, iPrest,
Q. 'PTThriistonVice Pres'i.
$L. Johnson, Scc'y.
SAILBOAI) TIME TABLF.
St. ton I s aad Southeastern Railway.
fast St. Louis Express leaves Nashville. 6:40 a.x
St Louis Express (daily) 2-00. r.n'
Kxiirese trains arrlTe at NaBhTille at 7:10 a.m
0:10 r. x.
5tresneaeoaml PacISc Kallroad,
k No. 1 LeaTS Lebanon at. 7:00 A. k.
Leaves NashrlUo at 4:80 p. x.
Arrives at Lebanon at..T.4o r. if.
Price's Stage leaxe Lebanon at7aoo'clockA.x.
on TuesdsTgThnrsdays and. Saturdays. ArrlTe
at Lebanon at 4 o'clock v. it. on Mondays. Wed
eadays and Fridays.
AaahYllI,Cbattanooa, Memphis and
Ohattanoogatraln leTs.7:45 a", v. and 8:00T. x.
" " arrlTes.l2:l3 r.ic. and 1:30 a.sl
Memphis and St. Louis
train leaves 1:43 a. m. 12:20 p,x
The 8:00 p. x., and 1:45 a. sr. trains ran
Louisville Htl Haahvllie aad Groat
Le&Te Station on Kortli College street at 5:00
A x daily and 1 35 p. x., Daily except Sunday.
Arrives jit7:00 A. x., and 4:45 p. x.
The 1 35 p. m. train does not stop at any point
batween flash villa and Gallatin, except Edee
.Gallatin Accommodation, Dally.
Ereares Nashville 4;so p. x.
oalsvllIe aad FhviIIe aad Great
Southern Kallroad. Xasbvllle and
LeaTeL. & N. Depot, North College street,
GMng South 7:20 A.x.; 6:05 p.x.
Arrive North 4:40 A.S.: 1:23 p.x.
Through trains arrive and depart from Lonls
ylild and Nashville Depot, North College street
Passeneera car take trains at Louisville and
H ishviuo Depot or Nashville and Chattanooca
OoLcxniA Aoooxxodation Leaves 8:30 p.
X., arrives 9:15 A.K., from L. & N. Depot.iNorih
Iioaievtllcand Cincinnati Short JUu
Trains 1st6 and arrive atLoclsrtlieaitoUowi:
1.3AVS. A KEITH,
southern Fart Line, except
Sunday. 8.35 A. X. 1:60 r. K.
N v York 'Express, daily. 3J55 r.x. 12:J0 p.u.
Kew Tork Night Kxprets,
dally llor.ac.5:i5 a. r.
bszlngton Hall, except
Sunday fl:oo a. m. 11:00 a. v.
Lsrington Express, excep
Sunday 2 OOP u. C:30p.x.
except Sunday. 6:05 r.x. S:C3a.m.
Embracing JSIF.Z. IIEJWS,
I.ETTJER X. x.ZLIS, Ji'OTE
Si UIPPJJTG li ECEIJPTS,
CjOIDS, BILL, OF 111) -
iVC?, CHECKS, DRAFTS,
ERTIFIC1TES of STOCK,
Jl'OTES, DODGERS, etc., etc.,
executed promptly at the
UMOS AND A3IERI8AN JOB OFFICE.
Leave orders in the Business
Office, or address JJTO. R UJi'
1L,E, Supvrinlentlent, who
toil I call on you and take
MERCHANTS AKD FARMERS
VISITING THE CITV,
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
WEEKLY CMOS Affl A1IERICAK,
Okct Two Dollars a Tkaiu
Its Commercial Reiorts are Complete and Accu
rate. Its Agricultural department is
the very thing for the Farmer.
Xirolro Pases Seventy-two Colnmn
For only Two Dollars.
Yejtman, Shields & Co. sell choics lines
of dry goods, in great variety, this morn
ing. Two pocke'-books lost.
Hostetter's Stomic'' Bitters.
See advertissment Howard Association.
Meeting of Masonic Lodse to-night.
Pure if rench brandy at Dickel & Co's.
Steamer Arch P. Green leaves to-day.
Ayer's . faarsapanlla.
See advertisement pf Hogan Bros. 1
Sarah Caruthers, reported to havo died
on the 4th inst. of ch Id birth, was an er
ror, her diseass beicg typhoid fever.
Two Japan hhes in fu'l b'oom, sent to
tin city by L. C. Lifchy, can now he teua
at the drui store of Demovillo & Co.
A colored man named Goor;o Cockrill,
about 20 years of ao, was drowned it.
Stones river near tin bridge which crosses.
lha Lebanon p:ko, on Saturday bight lasi.
while bathing. Hi i body was rooovprod on
Heath of a Itailroail Slau.
James B. Henry, in the employ of tho
Northwestern Railroad Con.pauy as a
bridge builder, who htsbscn ill at Kingston
Springs depot for the past two weeks, died
at th t place yesterday mon:i' g. He wa
formerly frog- Km xvil!".
Before opening his conrt yesterday
morning Judge Doling very properly ordei
.! all the boys prcseat,loje?.vo tho room.
For thus doiug, be is entitled to the thanks
of every parent in the city. Apohcecnurt
is no place for boj s.
Tho Coninr-l'crkius DUIiculty.
Michael Comar aud James lVntins, the
two employcfs at lhu Chattanooga depot
who had the persnnal encounter Thu-sday
night, wherein hamners snd pistols fisure'd
promiuen'Jy, were brought before Judgo
Duhng yes trday and fined $10 each. "
Imported Bmuily In Jionil.
Geo. A. Dickel it 10 , have received a
shipment of tino French braudies directly
from France, which they offer to the trado
from under bond in the Customhouse In
thi- city. These brandies were selected by
o e of tho firm now in Europ , and are from
1 ine to fifteen yca:s old. they aro pure,
genuine and superior.
Tho Cholera at Gallatin.
A corropondent writes the Union and
American from G.MIatin under yesterday's
date as follows: "The cholera hap about
disappeared from this place. However
there aro a lew scattering case3 111 wie
country around Gallatin. Several magis
trates put in their appearance at the County
Court to day. No busiress of iuiiortance
ransacted by tho body." .
TJc firo ahum sounded between twelve
and one o'clocJiiTSnnday, was caused by tLo
burning of a detached. building in rear of
Hemphill's restaurant, on Church street,
tfd used as'Mchtir forJlHt estoblisbr'
nient, Tbe onglneb Were on hanu prompt
ly, and tbe Games soon checked. The tiro
orig'nated from sparks fulMcg on the roof,
Tho total amount of 3am"ago will not ex
ceed S2QQ. Tbe building beh nged to tho
heirs of tho Dr. Young estat".
ui'tate Coarf.ri f 7
The will of Mrs. Ann W. L-nler was ail.
milled to p'r" 'bate yesterday, aad ijohn B.
McFerrin appoIntciVwid tiualirled "execu
tor. Henry Holt, Jr., v as appointed "and qual
Ified administrator cf tho estate of Jallu
llolt, deceased. " .
JohnS. Walton, colored, appointed, and !
quaiiueu suannisjjatcr oi ine estataofilenry
' ' t -nr t
Tho AathTllIo tiro Insni-aaco Coin
pany. - - -
Although it least one thousand of tho
policy holders of this Company live In that
section of the country visited by cholera,
not. one of them Jus died of ,the.disease
thos .far. Jfo, facsiheb .its' organization,
(July, 1SC7,) its death losses have oniy been
wen-cjtihiinmb.Tj-aniOnntiDg to set
entysix thousaadfivc undftd dollars. By
itsuoraity table ita Josses should have
bsen forty eight ln,nnmber, and for one
hundred aad fortf-foUr: thousand dollars.
Comment is uuuscessary.
Mention tvas-inade in our columns Sun
day morning of fhe fact of Dick Sheridan,
toloredj bavin? ben arrested the day pre
vious on tho charge of having et Gro to the
barber shop of Boh Dortch, in Edgefield.
Yesterday quite a number of articles-belonging
to lorth were found in this city
and in Edgefield, by City Marshal Miller,
Who has been industriously working up the
case, and yesterday eveuiDe Sheridan con
fessed to having first robbed tho shop, and
then set It afire. This is the second time
Dortch has had his chop, burned- within a
Cholera at Chattanooga.
Special to the JJnlou and American.
Chattanooga, Jul7 7 Cholera deaths
reported here to the city physicians for the
48 hours ei ding at 8 J', m. to day, 12; other
causes, 12. Thera wuro outside of the re-
port U the Cl'.y Thysician, three (l aths
from cholera. and three from other ciuses.
Among tho deaths from cholera are Col.
Jno. (J. Gillespie, Mr. Clouse, of Gillespie
& Co., and ex-policemm J. I). Whin. This
makes tlio total deaths from chokra in the
list 48 hours, 15; other canies, 15. Oa tho
3d inst. we hsd, in 24 hours, 10 deaths from
cholera a'one. . -
Rsrt Thos. A. Hoyt, Pastor t f the First
Presbyterian Chu-ch, who has been sick
for several days, and was too unwell to
oflinate on Sunday, i' rapidly convalescing.
Bev. Dr Jehu T. Wheat, who since 1807
has been tho rector of St. Lsztrns parish in
Memphis, presched his farewell sermon to
that congrega'ioii Sunday. This venerablo
prei ate has been ideniiOed with the Protes
tant Episcopal Church almost siuce its es
tablishment iu Tennessee. Failiug health
and the accumulation of years have warned
him that he must retire from active labors,
ana ne nas leu 11 duty to need this warn
ing. T. Johnson, who claims that he has not
been fishing, but a litlla alarmed about the
"prevailing," has returned to the city, and
Is looking well and heary.
i'urlhor Concerning that Dcof and
In our issue of Sm day was published a
description of an individual now confined in
the city workhouse, who, refuses to alk,
trying to mak out that he Is not onlv
dumb, but deaf also.
We have since learned that before his ar
rest, this man was at St. Vincent Hospital,
where he talked fast enough, pretending
there thit he was c.3zy, hut upon hearing
EomethiLg said about sending him to the
"Folded his tents like the Arabs,
And silently stole away."
to be arrested soon after for trespassing
ujxki th premises of others. Capt. Yater
has addressed a letter of icqniry to the Chief
of Police at Cario with reference to this
man, and will probably receive an answer
The Prevailing at ShelhTvillc.
To the Union and American:
Shklbvvilx.e, July 1, 1873. You will
oblige us hero to novice in y ur paper that
the disease which has lately visited our
communiiy has abate 1. It began Fridi7,
June 20, and now, going on to the third
wtek, it has left us we hope forever. After
a!!, there havo been but few deaths among
tho whita popuhticu not moro than a
dozen, and several of these from other
cause. The first case was a man who bad
ccmo from Nashville. Several of tho vic
tims were children. Cramps were absent
sod vomiting i.ot always pref cnt. Query:
Was t cholera, then ?
The colored people suffered most. It was
Ihi3 part of our population that naturally,
frpni their poverty and carelessnes, had
most mortality, and rnado it alarming at
I think we are getting over our fright.
Thoso if us who used cistern water and
ere careful, escaped. Our merchants are
returning, and tho effects of a clear sky and
a salubrious atmosphere aro beginning to
appear. A long season of ho; weather is
yet before us, so that we must bo carrful.
Less than fifty is tho number of deaths
recorded 12 whites, the rest negroes and
this of every age and from all causes, from
June 20 t- July 7, 18 days inclusive.
Very few cases since Thursday last, and no
death known for tho last two days. We
hive much reason for thankfulness, and I
think, physically and morally, benefits will
arise from it. Medico Clehus.
THE OLDEX TIME.
Interesting? Antoeraph Letter from
We received yesterday from Capt. Wm.
Ti Yoattnan, Kingston Springs, with a re
quest io prrsent it to the S'.ato Library, aa
autograph letUr frcm Divid Crockett, writ
ten in 1S34, from Washington to Capt. Y.,
who was thon a youth at school at Fishkill,
N. Y. The following is the letter verbatim
cl lUcral im.
Washington City, loth June, 183f:
DfarSir: Your favor of tho 11th inst. came
safe to hand by this morning's mail, and 1
will hasten to mswer it. 1 am well and
I nope tne hoes may find you in the
alike. I am beginning to thiuk tbe lime
iong that we aro to remain iu session as I
havo not tho least hope of doing any act to
relievo the couiitry. On the day before
yes'erday the lmuse rrjected Mr. Clay's
resolutions by laying them on tho tau.e,
aud 1 consider the last hope gone of retain
ing the laws and Constitution. .
1 now look forward to onr adjournment
with as much interest as ever did a poor
convict in the penitentiary to see his last
day come. We have d m hut one tct, and
that Is th it the will of Andrew the first
King is to ho the laws of the land, he has
tools and slaves enough in Congress to sus
tain him in anything tha". ho may wish to
I thank Gcd I am no one of them. I
do consider him a greater tyrant than
Cromwell, Cfpsar or Bonapart. 1 hops hi
day of glory 13 near at ancr.d. If it ware
not for the Senate God only knows what
'irnirt hnn.i.nn tT itm rnit.tr 1 ..ill t.nA
hopes that all is not 15sC while we have-
sacnaguaru as uie oenaio-mo people wlilfofthe IVace in sod for said county for
sustain uic senate anu u eo mey win RavoiPjseveral ytara, aud for some time
laws auii , iisniui-oii. i must close a
wiui greairespeciycur iriBnu aim out, ser
vant, David Crockett.
Wm. T. Yeatman.
'1 ho letter is written on a regular siza
letter sheft, was folded and sealed with
awafer, afipr the s'yla of that day, bore
I he post-mark "C:ty of Washington;
Juno 17,"aud the following superscription:
Fio-, D. Crockett, Wm. T. Yeatman,
Fishkill Landuic, N. York." Tte hand
writing is easy aud shows an unembarassed
use cf the pen.
Wo take great pleasure in complying
with Cpt. Y's roquestto present the letter
to tho State Libra' y.
We havo also received from Capt. Yeat
man to ho pieced among the cariosities of
the State Library, a very large Indian spear
head weighing savcral pounds,mado of gen
uine ucmislakabie flint. It was found on
the Kingston Springs grounds by Charlss
Ernest Yeatman, who died some two years
aso in Arizona. He was tbo son of Capt.
Wm.T. YeatmaD.lt is one of the large stand
most perfect relics of its kind found hi'
this section of country.
The Deaths. Skadar aad Meaday;
Waglva ba ow th9 Tnortuary record for
tho p st J.wo days; ending at 53e. M.
SUNDAY tHOtKh A. r..
Whitks. 'Ed.-D. Brace, North -Market
s'.reet.- - - . -. j -1
Mrs! James Bogcr?, ML Olivet Ceme
tery. ' " ;
MrsVL&vy, Church street. "
Wife of John B. Lanier, North Edge
field? - - i-- '
j Total whiles, 4. i
Colored Child of Delia Hughes,
Boiling Mill HllL
Child of Wesley Craigheadr coraec High
and Crawford. -v.
Flanders Ewln, Pearl street., "
EllKlbetbDiggnCB, Capital Avenue.
Child of Wm. Abernatby, Dry Fork, 8
miles frtim citir.
Janb Thompson, Pearl street.
Total colored, 6.
still born. ,
Irs. Mary Bell, wife of W.'.R. Bell,,
Mrs. Susan Pudgett, Edgefield, old
age. ' 1
Mark Yomlr, bilious fever, North
Wjfo of Capt James Pettlt, South Cher
Child of Sam Miller, col., Lebanon Pike,
Austin Bfisham, co'l., 13th District.
George'Barr, col., Edgefield.
Henry" Alletr, col., Vine s.reot.
P, .Eetway, col., St. Vincent's Hospital.
Colored 'child In conntry.
cholera deaths white 4"
Total cholera on Sunday 10
Other diseases Ill
Grand total 21
Of tho 10 cholera deaths above reported
for Sunday, threo were outside of the cor
poration limits, leaving 7 deaths from chol
era in the city.
Whites Child of James Bodgore, Mt.
Olivet Cehetery. Total whites 1.
CaLcilk:. Wm. Smith, North Edge
field. Mary Smith, Edgefi6!d.
Shadrach Lowery, Dog Town, four miles
from the city.
Colored man, Gallatin pike, Edgefield.
Total colored, 4.
White child on Cedir street.
Samuel E McCutcheon, cumpUcalloD,
ILil.'sboro pike, country.
Colored w.ouian on Market a' rest, flux.
Jnlia Williams, South Market, flux.
Willie Lee, child of W. J. Ar:ingtor,
Child of Rev. F.ll. Hill, Dickinson pike,
L. Merring, St. Vincent's Ho; pital, con
sumption. Total from all causrs, 7.
Cholera deaths. whits:. 1
Total cholera dstlis Monday 5
OtliCr (iicxscs 4
Grand total 12
Of tlio above deaths from cholera, thiee
were in Edgefield, one at Mt. Olivet Ceme
tery and one at Dog Town, four miles fr-m
the city, leaviog not a single death fiom
cholera in Nas' ville, and only four deaths
from other causes. Jast at this time Nash
ville cjit boast of good health ana a very
small mortuaty report.
A Couple of Combative Children Do
mestic Unrest A Father who does
not .Nfpecially Admlro Ills Son's
Alexander Levi, a venerable gen th man,
seven anil a nsir years old, was arrested ou
the charge of having thrown rocks a' Anna
liarsuuauiu, a lady who nas rescued the
mature ace of six next spriug
The court is a parent, and his very correct
idess with teqard to tho training bf child
run, and after hearing the testimony in the
case, and seeing that it was a trifling affair,
uve the father of the ve. erable Alexander
Levi, some excellent advico relative tomak
ing an app'ication of birch to the person of
tho combative defendant, aud with this,
dismissed the case.
Mary Scruggs was charged with keeping
a disreputable home. The proof failed to
mj stain the chaige, aud tho e-ring Mary
was rf leased from cnsudy.
ijomestic lnieiecity reisnieih in th? hmo
cf Walter Hamilton. Hi3 mother testified
that be walked into the house Sunday, ask
ed lor something to oat, and then
attempted to lay down on the bed, but to
thi3, the wife of his bosom objected and
tried to pull hiai away. Mr. Hamilton's
Ma ststed further that her son struck his
wife twice, but added that the blows
wouldn't havo hurt a child. Mr. Hamil
ton himself endeavored to strengthen
this view of tho case, by reiuark-
inz that when bo struck
said blows, ho was only pi yiog, but with
tho sage observation of "thats tooth in"
(the court hnons a man who is in the den
list line), a fine of fire dollars was imposed
upon A'r. Hamilton by tho court.
Simon Bowman acted disorderly, thereby
violating certain ordinances, awl he, loo,
deposited the sum of five dollars in the
hands of the court.
John Boyce was brought up on the charge
of having mado an assault upoa Mrs. Mis
sissippi Mason, the wife of his s ep son. It
seems tfiat Mr. Bojce resides with his strp
son, and that there is iot that congeniality,
t iat similiwity of taa'cs, that unity of feel
ing and sontimont existing betwten
"Mr. Bovco and Mr. Boyce's step son'a
wife which in ght ho desired. On tha con
trary, Mrs. Mason has frequently g ven ex
pression to th-i conviction that her .'top-father-in-law
could he easily spared from
the family, and that his permauent absence
would riot cause her to seriously injure her
eyesight with excessive wecpi g. Mr. Boyce,
on his part, has aot ban backward n sla
ting to hi!' i :it i mate friem's that he doesi ot
specially lovo thi woman whom his step
son has chosen to go vith him through lite,
and ttiat be is iwt "as happy as a bfg sun
flower," whea m her company. Hence it
is not a matter of surprise thitBoyco cud
Mrs. Mason should .havo had a
littlo psT3onsl encounter bst
Sunday, tho proof gom; to show that
Boyce waa somewhat free and offensive in
certain remarks addressed to Mrs. Mason,
and that sLettiiid to put him out doors,
whereupon uecuugut tier by tha throat aud
pushed her bsck against a labia. Boyce
explained mat i-.n did mis to keep her from
"3!uackiu' him lis the face" bdhig iittln
en el entirely bj- thoughts of self presor-
vttion. no was nued live dollars.
Dowyi tho Country. '
To the Union and American.
White Bixn'v, Tunn., Julv 7. 1873.
Henry M. Uut'.on, a very worthy and higljj
iy esteeius'ii vuiziii ot tua vicinity ot White
iJluti, i;u .iithiul old minister of tbe gus
pel in the Methodist Episcopal Church
south, died mis morning about half past
eight o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Hutton was
cxiluslvely known throughout Dicks"n,
cneatutvm, uaviuson ami Williamson coun
ties. He was about eighty-one years old
Ha was a sold er ia tho war of 1812
servhi; under General Jackson
rr. y .... ....
dent of Davidson county, a faithful Justice
member of tho Quorum court, and
it may Lo said without tnu least Ikttciy; iu
an uie reiauous 01 uie, itev. lienry M. Hut-
ton actcu wen h:s part. His death not
witbstaudicg liis extreme old age, bas cast
a mantle of gloom oj er Whito Bluff and
tho surrounding country.
I was within six miles of Erin, Houston
County, yesterday, aud was very sony to
learn tba'. Uie cholera had been terrible
there for the last two weeks, resnlting in
eleven deaths during that; time. Mr. John
Locfcharf, a prominent young merchant,
Mr. Gillcm a grocers keeper; Mr. William
Lrrebam, ana Mrs. Bucho, were among tie
number. I was informed by old citizens
residing near tfco littlo town, that a large
arnounu cf sawdust having been washed to
f oine sma 1 ponos 01 water caused all the
deaths which occurred at Erin. 1 also
1 ,. .i ...... .11 ... . 1 ...
irniucu mai, an us mree iamuies and a
lew business men, had left tlw place pro-teuipi)-
Singularly none of tbo papers have
yet sa d that in these days of bustles every
women is a paper carrier.
A yohng country beau damc.jo' tovil
Saturday night, for the pnrposo of getting a
new suit of clotlteS lit ofder to lcdt a
well" the next day. It 'was his firit visit
to Nathvillo since the appearanca of the
cholera here, and holiecatno so uneasy du
ring his stay that he could hardly wait to
have his purchase tied up. He then mount
ed b's horse and moved off as though he
were RoiDg.fpr a docto. . ,
. The umiiiiely death of a QUt arid deaf
friend is tho only thing1 in this l'fe more sad
and depressing than the grammar and gene
ral architecture of tho following p anagraph,
clipd from a country exchange: ,4Much
of the corn crop is badly blowed down by
the wind and rain, on Monday night."'
Oar churches last Sunday were much
beHer.altebde'dtliaa upon ahy fjrevious
Sunday for a month past, and t Ur streets
daring the last three days h ve presented a
very lively appea'anco.
A wealthy Nashville; lady was advised by
her friends to not msrry a gentleman to
whom she was engaged, as tbey claimed
that he was gqlngWmarry her on account
of het wealth. "Don't marry him and gtVe
him all ypur money-" said they., "i'm ilot
going b giro hitH all thy' money;" she reel
ed, -I intend to only give him $200,000,
and keep S 00,000 for myself."
Nashville housekeepers look with.a good
deal of fiuspxlbh Updo the pulverised sucsr
wnicn is toja r.cre.. jincy.Eay inpt 11 fijsy
wo:e satisfied that, the' dour with which
said sugar Is so largely adulterated, Is of
the best quality of family flour, and 11 the
chslk which Is so freely mlted with it was
ground a little finer, they would use the
sugar with more confidence.
A gu hing poetess was kissed not long
since by a young fellow who mistook her
lor a younger alstsr. It was suca a novel
experience with tlio poetess that sho
couldn't k.e: tho atfilr a secret, but rushed
madly into pript, with this description of
'You kissed me t My head dropped low on your
With a feolinrr of shelter and infinite rest.
"While the holy emotion my tonguo dared not
Flashed up like a flame from my heart fo my
Your arms held yne fast- oh I your arms were so
Heart beat ntralnst heart ill their nassioiiatc hold!
Your glances seemed drawing my soul thhnjgh
As tho sun draws the mist from tho sea to the
Andyout lips clung to me till I prayed in my
They might never unclasp lrom that rapturous
You kissed me 1 Mv soul in a bliss so dlvino.
Keeled and swooned like a foolish man drunken
And I thought 'twero delicious to Ola then, if
"Would como while my mouth was yet moist with
your breath ;
'Twero dslicious to die if my heart might grow
While your arms wrapped me round iithat pas
And these are the nuestions I ask. day and nieht:
Must my life taste but once such exquisite do
"Would you care if your breast were my shelter
, as uicn .
And if you were here would you kiss mo again?'
It is to bo hoped that the conundrums
propounded by that sentinr ntal and flut-
lerins: old miid will bo answered by the
person addressed, in a satisfactory manner.
The writer kissed a girl ouce, but she was
not a poetess, aud she didn't go 2nd make
the matter public; she merely struggled a
little a ren little and gently murmured:
"Can't you so 'w..y and let x feller alone? '
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Election or Superintendent of Public
Schools Comity "Workhouse Cum
berland aud Ohio and Owcntiboro
aud Kusscllvlllo Itnilrond.
Monday, July 7- County Court met in
regular session, Judge ieins presidirg.
The lollowlng named Jush cs were prea-
ei.t a the calu g of tbe roll;
John U B iskeoe. Joseph W B gley, Jer
ry Bowen, Wili:.nn Butler, T D Cassetty,
W J Chandler, iu a. Childress, it 1 Couch,
William Curtis, Harvey Cairpbell, John S
C Davidson, James Lveiett, Wm G hwing,
J U Galbreath, D S Graves, B F G.eaves,
.lames Havnie, John Hows, Barney Uynes,
R M Howell, Martin Kerrigan, P W Maxey,
G W McCarley, Ozwill Nowby, D N Ney-
Ian, James T Patterson, Isaac Paul, J) A
Phelan, D I Lapsley, John W Rucker, T T
bsunders, Geo V bpain, W A bizemore, J
M Simpktcs, J M Shivers, F P Sullivan,
John Taylor, W J Wade, Ben E Walhce,
Pat Walsh, JC Wauds,J,s 5 Williams,
COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
In accordance with ths provisions of a
recent Act of the Legislature, using upon
the uounly Uoujt the .duty oi electing a
County Miperintendnt f.f Public Schools,
U. W. Weakley, A. J. Kopsr, aud W. J.
SfceJton were placed in nomination fur that
position. A ballot was taken with tbe fol
Weakley, 34: Sh9!ton, 7: Roper, 5-
Mr. Weakley was declared elected, his
aliry being llx?d at S1,2UU per annum,
Justice iiaxey oilered a resolution pro-
vidicc that a standing committee of three
be elected by the County Couit, to be
styled tho "County Workhouse Commit
tee,'' to set iu conjunctio i with tbe County
Jud e, and lake charge of the jail yard and
put it m cmdi ion for breaking rock, or to
make arrangements with tho city authori
ties to work the prisoners at the jail, and to
provide for the boardmc of said prisoners.
Adopted, ar.d Justices Kerrigan, Chandler
and Wyatt we-e elected said committee.
Justice Paul offered a resolution providing
for the carrym out of the workhouse law
r cently passed, and to connect tee work
house with the jiil or jail grounds, and
authorizing tho jail committee to co-oper Jte
with tha committso jus elacted. Adopted
c and o. and o and r. railroads.
Justice Maxp.y offered a resolution in
strncting the Connty Judge to withdraw
the order for an election in August telative
to tbe connty taaing ttocx m the C. x O
and O. & K. Railroads, and providing for a
meeting of the Court on tbo 4th Monday of
this month to coLsidur the proposition of
submitting ibo question to a vote of the
peop e. Adopted.
AJjourned till to-morrow morning at
iu o ciocs.
Meeting: of tbo Board of Mayor and
The regular meeting of the Board of
Mayor and Aldermen was held last niht
Present Mayor Glenn and Aldermen
Thompson, BarthoU.Coopar, Jenkins, Mar-
ray. Hutchison, Coleman, and Horn.
1 0 repoitof tha Treasurer wss read end
Al-terman Thompson, from the Street
Committee, submitted a report, and also
one from the Street Commissioner.
Alderman Coleman, from th-j PoUce
CommhU'p, repotted that City Marshal
Miller had captured Dick Sheridan for set
ting fi-o to tl e bcrbsr shop of Bob Dortch,
an-.! for his energy was ent tied to the thanks
or I lie Uoard nid tho cf.i.ens generally.
Alderman Cooper, from the Gas Commit
toi', offered a resclction that Ihe propesi ions
Kiid conditions mado by tho Nashville Gas
Light Company to tho Board of Mayor and
Aldermen oi idgeheid 00 accepted. The
report on tbe sutjct and tho resolution
was laid on tho tabM far m present.
Aid. Thompson, from the Building Com
mittee, reported that tho work on the school
buildiKs has been commenced, and the
same progressing lavoraiiiy, mm oilered a
resolution authorizing the Mayor to issue
votes for the lot, lieport received aud res
A peti iou fiom c'.tizons on Russell street
was referred to the Street Committee.
An interesting and lengthy report was
submitted by the President and Secretary
of the Board of Education and Superinten-
den. of Public bchoola. which was received
and ordered ptinted it. pa phlot for v.
At . Murray was authorized to have the
bridge repaired at tho fool Herman street.
Tho Boa d then proceeded to tho election
01 an island Keeper, ueni. traddock and
oosenu Jones were nominated lor tho po
sition, and 011 ine ursD oauoi tus latter was
A coed many bonds are uow beins sent in
to be funded. Mr. Wilkes, Private Secre
tary of tho Governor, is now absent in New
iork, looking fter the "ngravingj, and we
understand that everything will be ready
by about tho 15th inst., when tho exchanco
or iunuing win ne commenced.
A man whose wife is dead is called a wid
ower, because he is apt to Ibc on the look
out for more widows.
How to mako a tall man short Ask
him to !enii yofi ?3i
The 'rlng" f Jr wdinati Id have a finger
la-Tne wedding ring.-
The hdrcet i,S beautifully defined to
be tbe red-hot child of future.
Miss Louisa M. Alcott's pabliJbers,
it is said,-pay her a copiight of .$10,000 a
year. ' "
1 Mrs Barry, of New York, is af er a di
vorce oti tho ground that her husband threw
pepper Into h'r eyei so that she couldn't go
to a par y. . .
A married couple, who h& beSrl sepa
rated for a long ti ne, recently went to the
parson's and asked for a "reconstruction of
( The boys of Zanesville, O., are Indig
nant R " IliannTef ference oTlrfesMnsible
private cifzens witlrthcir vested "right-of
bathing in the' city reieWoir.
Many joung ladies aro going through a
series of calisthecic exercises in order to
give their wrists the strength necessary to
wield tho monster Trianon fins, dow fash
ionable, A toper said he thought the item in the
table of weight, 'which says that sixteen
dram make an ounce, inujt be a mistake,
fcf whtm he hau akoa that many he felt as
if he weighed a ttfSj
-Td Dluve Away Ants! if they am
married aunts, borrow some money of thelf
brisb'arjd.sV j,f they are. single, let 'em take
care of the bib fo? ilia afternoon, while
your wife goes to a matinee.
A sea-faring mn, wbd wai recently
utartledi give? ths fcllowlos description of
1.:. uj...) t 1 . 1 - i'lti
u.o uwuu auu ner apparel, wnicn we tumc
will put-some of the "society" papers to tbo
blush: My wife Is just as handsome a craft
as ever left the. jnitliuery dry-dorks, Is clip
per built, and with a figure-head not often
seen on small craft. Her length of keel is
five feet eighs inches,, ovei all five feet elev
en inches, displaces twenty seven cubic feet
of air of light draucht, which adds to her
speed IU a halI.'fooi2; full in tbo waist, spira
trim. At the time we were spliced slfe was
rigged, fort, and aft, with standing rigging
of lace ind flowers, maihsail pari silk, with
forestays il cf Valenciennes. Her frame
was of the best steel, covered with silk,
with whalebone stancheons. This rigging
is intended for fai.' weather cruising. She
has a set of storm sailfl for touh weather,
and is rig:ing out a small sat of canvas for
light squalls, which are liable to occur in
this latitude sooner or later. I am told, in
running down tho street baforc tho wind,
she answers tho helm beau ifully, and .can
turn around in her own length if a hand
somer craft psMca bsr
To the Union aud American:
Ashland Cm-, Tenn , July 4, 1S73.
This, the natal day of a great and once proi
perous and happy-nation, is passed, nothing
having transpired hereto distinguish It from
any other day in the year; no booming
cinnon or soul-stirring drum or inspirirg
fife have been heard. The stars and stripes
have not been seen wtiving ever "the land
of the free and homo of tho bravo." A dead
calm seems to have pervaded tho entire
community. Not even the usual supply of
"benzine'' seems to h ve been measured
out, as we have cot seen even a Up3y indi
vidual on the streets. Whether this results
fruu the indifference of onr people to those
things that once eave intfcr. st to the d y, cr
to the depressing effects of tbe dreaded
scourge th.it now s alks with iron heel
through our midst, o the two combined, Is
beyond our ken. Saffice it to say, if. orc
sentedmon Uo appearai.ee cf . fane,
ral thau a birth day. So fir as our infor
mation extends, tbere has been nothing
within tho l miti of our county to call the
paople together so as to furnish an oppor
tunity for ihe fledgling orator to deliver him
self of his peu;-up patriotism, in the epread
esgle style, formerly so common on surh
occasions. The only thing with us t re
lieve tho todium of te day, was the closing
exercises nf Miss A. S. Weit's school. S le
camoherea few motitbi sioce, and by en
ergy and ptirssverei c r has succeeded in
building up a very good school, whici we
hope, fir '.lie we fire of our joungp-.ople
and tho tutiiie pro.'peri'y of our town, may
form the nucleus of a sc iool of which our
people may well b proud. Wo feel assured
that this will be the case if sho meet3 with
that encouragement that lrr m?rits as an
educator justly demand. It is i ot o- r pur
pose to no imo detail as to tho exercises.
Suffice it to say that a'l of her scholars, con
sidering tho circumstances, acquitted them
selves with credit It is proper in this con
nection to say that we have had no regular
school, continuing from year to year, as in
more favored localities but onlv now and
then one for a few months, and always then
a different teacher, so tint we cannot expect
as much from scholars under such circum
stances, as fe lrava a right under a rfguhr
system, with o:'o teacher all ih time.
Where all did so well, i. is impossihlo to
particularize without civinc offence, or else
go through tho whole prrraume, which is
impracticable. Her cximinatua showed
her system of teaching to be thorough. Hr
idea seems to be that a few booss, well
studied and thoroughly understood, is bet
ter than many, superficially scanned. The
balance will excuse ns fir only mentioning
two of the little ones who acquitted them
selves with great eclat. We mean littlo
Dotor Ross and Elb rt Hooper, two little
six year olds, whose spelling -ud reading,
prompt answers, and withal", their knowl
edge of the fundamental rules of arithme
tic, showed that they were good subjects in
tha bauds of one who understands her
business. It ia proppr to remark that Doctor
has m'y bee 1 to school about fjur months,
and Egbert only a little looger.
.Nu.nc et Tunc.
Speculations as to Ita Mode of Pro-
Krcss Through tho Country.
From tho Washington Republican.
Washington, June 22 Onlast evenirg
I met William Cratchheld.of Chattanooga,
at ihe Ebwitt House, and in my anxious in
quiries in reference to the ravages of chol
era in Tennessee -my home, from wbic I
have been absent several weeks) Mr. C.
gave mo the results ct his oD3ervatiors
as to the cause ana progress ot that dis
ease wtiicn, aitnougu a nine stracge,
yet are 0 reasonable nd sensible
that I give them to tbe public. He starts
out wit'i the theory that the primary cause
of choltra is a peculiar n ia;m that has a
strong affinity for water, uot sj mach,
however, to usinzla with Iho water as to
settle cloe o ito surface, and that its vol
umo is rapidly augmented by tho vapors
rising from impure wale ; and thai this
cholera air usually follows streams of
wter upwacf, never downward, and that
when a departure irom the stream oecurs,
it is wh n and where a low swag of the
hills or mouutiins fencing the channel Is
reached; and when, too, that" the forward
course of the foul air is in harmony with
the prevailing atmospheric currents. Mr.
C. refers to the breaking out of cholera
among rilroad operatives constructing the
tunnel of the rushvil-e and Chattanooga
liailroad, (section west of tho mountain,
near Cowan Station,) in 1S51. Tho moun
tain formed a harrier to the now .f tho
miasma east until the Grassy Covo depres
sion was reach '.d. Then it pissed through,
as ho insists, and Loudon and Knoxville,
coming in exatf. line, were attacked.
Now, Mr. C s theory is, that, irom nasn-
villo the flow is np the Cumberland river,
aud that tho most natural outlets through
the mount ins aro those low deprefsions
which connect in lino' with the "Swan
Pond" countryt just south of Greenevule,
East Ttnuesseu, at which place about one
hundred cases of cholt ra have occurred dur
ing the psst'scven days, resulting in a num
ber of deatrs and the disper lon of a largo
part of the inhabitants.
According to the t :cory stated the Wau
tausa river will, probably, form tho outlet,
and Richmond, Petersburg and Norfolk,
Va., will fall in the line and thence up the
Mr. Cs idea? aro entitled, at least, to tho
consideration of the scientific aDd medical
fraternities. He says, although Chatta
nooca has more nourishment to feed a
cholera air than almost any othc city, yet
he has no fars of lie advent o the plague
there until it (if it should) first appears in
Huntsviilo or Sauna, Ala.
Grace Greenwood speaks up for Miss
Susan B.Anthony, and sayy "I have never
accepted certain other of ber theories; but
I believe in and accep. her as a woman of
intense convictions, of bieh courage and
constancy: and I don't like to hear her ridi
culed and abused. If anything can make
me think meanly of my tounc brothers of
the press, it is tho wav they pelt and pester
fcusanJJ. Antnony.j For shame, ooysi ev
er a one or you will make the man sne is."
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'
Unequalled; fop Exeelleftcd
WAVERLY SUITS, -a-HARVARD
PARIS SAILOR SUITS.
NEW MIXTURES IN CHEVIOTS,
MCY CASSIMEKES, and ;
W0USTEDS F0K YOUTH.
SHIRTS READY MADE,
AND MADE TO ORDER.
Onposltc Maxwell House
mil ja cuuuigttujiui
liATEST MAKnJEl-S BY TI.EGUAPII
Charleston, July 7. Cotton steady;
m!dfilm23 ISJOlOc; low middlings 180
l8Jc,' good Ordinary 17cj net receipts 030
bales gross 5G4 bales; exports coastwise
1,28S biles; sales 3iw biie3j stocR 8,016
G.u vcstoit. July 7. Cctto:? dull and
nominal;, good ordinary loi2)15ic; net
recelnt 63 bales; sales 150 bales; stock
Savannah, Jnly 1. Cotton dull and
quiet; middlings ISJc; net receipts 55 bales;
expotts coastwise 1,247 bales.' sa'es 600
bales; strck 6.S54 bales.
Mobile, Jaly 7. Cotton dull; low mid
coastwiseVsS bales; sales 10O bales; stock
Mrs Mannino, of South Carol na, who
recently died, was connected by blood with
four Governors of the State. Gov. James
B R'clnrdson was herune'e, Gov. John P.
itlO'jaMsoo her oroiner, liov. Kiciara u.
Manning her" husband', and Gov. John L.
Manning her tot. This 5s c?rtaiuly a bril
Th3 2facon Ts!egtpih gives this "awning
conversation:" "Well, Jim, the world owes
me a livinir, anyhow." Io which Jim re
plied, "Well, George, perhaps it doe?, but
I'll be blessed if y iu ain't toolazy to collect
Matrimonial It is no good now-a-day.
for a man to offer his hand if there's noth
ing iu it.
BRUCE. Died Sunday mornlne, the 6th inst,
at tbe residence of his parentsf.No. 2 Noith
Market ftreet, Edwis Dokaldsox Bkuce, son
of James It. and Catharine J. Brace, In the 2 Jth
year el ins age.
KAINS At Tallahoma. on the uth inst.,
T7.irv .lilBt enn nr P If lf.in.
Icinphis, Clarkarillc and Columbia papers
PETTIT. Dird. in the faith of the Gospel of
Jesos uurut, on aannav morninjf.tjuiru, .nrs.
Luov Jane Pettit, wife of Capt. James B.
Pel tit, aged 57 years.
Richmond papvri please copy.
SfATK OKTBS WKATIIEK.
Keport for thin City, Monday,
J niy 7,
Time. Bar. Ther Wind. Weather.
7:i jl. x ;0.oo; 0 Calm Fair
11:21 a. ir to. 99! 83 E gentle 'ir
2:0t p. m 29.331 8f ,Calm Falr
3:56 r. JI 29.911 83 Calm Fair
9:00 t. m 29 S0 SO, Calm Clear
10:21 r. m- 29.S0j SI'S gentle Cloudy
Telegraphic Report from Signal Service Corpt IT.
S. A., of Obiervation, at 3:5 o'clock P. M-liy
the Pacific and Atlantic Line.
12 i Fair""
vv jlii Department,
Office cf Chief Si ,nal Officer.
WAHINOun. D. C, July 7, 1873
Probabilities. On Wednesday for cast-
ernKiulf btates northerly winds and occa
sional local storms. For South Atlantic
Stales easterly winds, higher temperature,
partly cloudy weather with numerous local
rains on the immediate coast. For Middle
States northeast and southeast winds, high
er temperaturp, cloudy or partly cloudy
weatoer. For New Eaglatid generally clear
weather and somewhat higher temperature.
ior .Lake region and Ohio valley north
easterly winds, falling barometer. Increased
cloudiness aad numerous local sto-ms.
Stage of Hivers, July 7, 1873. Height of uater
aoove low water mark at a.w 2 At.
Changes in Riven during patt twenty-four hourt
iielow tmn water mark of 1871.
Blank (..) inuicjte no report; cipher (0) a-
tlonary;mipasc ) tendency to ran; pias(t) ler-
aencrronfe. a. u. iobd. noswrrer
Tho river was receding yesterday, with
six and a half feet on tbe Shoals.
Ada Heilman arrived from the Ohio river
Sunday, departed for tbe Shoals yesterday,
and will return to day.
The Eddyville Is expected.
The new steimer Arch P. Green departs
to-day at 4 p. m. for Montlcello, Capt. Lov-
Will somebody inform us where wa can
lind Capt. Ben Egatfs scrap-book.
Hugh McCrea, Atdrman from 'ha 3d
Ward, is an old steamboatman. He was
clerk on tho Clarksville in 1842, on the i
Ellon K rkman in 1844, and Cumberland
John Harper didn't go to Evansvilla to be
interviewed by the "Banana Grabber" and
We ha7e a special correspondent egiged
in writicg the naud cal history of the fol
lowing boatmen now running oar ci'.y af
fairs: Wm. Litterer, Richsrd Adams, Beu
Snowdou, Dock Ambrose, Jeff Yarbrongb,
Tom Win.rey, Hugh McCrea, and W. A.
fjHE NEW STEAMER.
Arch P. Green,
"Will leare as above THIS DAY, 8th Inst, at 4
o'clock r. m. ,
For freight or passage apply on board or to
3 2 S3
Place of Ob- J g !g
serration. ? i
3 s MP
Chicago.. 29.9S 72 S E
Cincinnati 29.S3 82 E
Darenport, Iowh I
LoaisTille. 29'C 82 s W
Memphis- 29.89 95 8 W
NashTilie 29.91 89 O
New Orleans 9.94 95 X E
Omaha, Neb 2 '.84 79 N
Pittsburg 29.92 81 S W ,
St.Loui 29.78 83iS
St. Paul.... .... 29.89 65 N I
Vicksburr C0.0O S7iN W !
RAILROAD AND' COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
BAILROXD AtV MERCANTILE PRlNTItffi.
Job Prihting; Establishment
Myites, the. attention of
JSailwar Companies, Mercantile JfoBses, Steamboat Officer?, The.
atrlcal and Showmetf , County Officials, etc
TOITS rcrsUBPASSED FA91MTIES FOB D0I51? BOHPlLr, A5D 15 THE YEKY BESTJ5TI0
! EVfiET-GLASS OA PBOTIK? AXD BOOK BmDTO
BEQUIBEij BY THEIR. PECULIAR L1H OF BUSU(ES3.
Extra- Iatcst S"ews!
EXCHA5GE FOB OBEENBACKH,
113 CHURCH STREET.
Tkess Goods at nau price.
Bargains in urenaainss,
Bargains in Silks,
Bargain in Poplins,
Barfrslns in Parasols,
Sargltas In fans.
Bargains In Hosiery.
FirnredXawns 12J,' and IS cents.
Victoria Lawn is, V) ana 23 cents.
Frencn Coneu 50c, SI. and 810.
Hemstitched .Linen Handkerchieia lZc
Naokins 50c a ciozen and upwards.
Towels cheaper than ever.
Table Linens Si cent and upward. '
Excellent yard-wide Bleached Shirting 12Xc
10-4 Bleached SheeUng 33 cents.
11- 4 Marseilles Qnilta SI each.
Embroideries, Lacefs Klbbon3, at very low prices
Sach Bargains trere never offered be
lore ia Xashvlllo.
JOHN GILGAN & CO.,
next the Battle HoHse.
je8 tf 4tbp snn,tQes,thnrs
OLD IMES, ..
W E WILL LNTRODUCE TO
tlav for yonr wear all of tho
NEWEST STYLES OP THE
SEASON, at low prices, for cash.
ELY & WHITESIDE,
41 Cherry Street.
We eat so little these time, that very
small piofits will keep us going. Hogan
Bros., Union street. jj8 3t
Multitudes of people require an altera
tive to restore the health? ac'iou of their
systems, and correct the derangements that
creep into It. SarsaparUlas wcro used aud
valned until several impositions weie palm
ed off upon tbe public under this name.
Ayer'a Sarsapariila is nj imposition.
Leisure Timo-Use to learn Book
keeping, Writing aad Paoaography with J
W. uolbear. Jju '
Mosquito Bars! Mosquito Bars! Ready
made or made to order oa a new patent
Umbrella or Ring no charges mace for
tanging to the ceiling it Chas. "Rich
heime & Co.'s, 40 College street.
If our friends who have been In the
country fishing the last three weeks will
send us an order we will guarantee they
will be please for we aro determined to
close out onr summer stock-., Hogan Bros
Union street. jv4 3t
Trunks, Ynlises and Satchels in great
variety, elegant, substantial and cheap, at
Wm. Dunstead's TrunK btore, ii aorta
College street, between Union aud Church,
bewanee Blocir. jeo tr
For Hats, Cars and Gents' Furnishing
Goods call at 23 North Cherry street. No
charge for Benson's Illustrated. Call aud
get acopy. jeLlf
The most effective health preserver Is
Hamilton's Buchu and Dandelion, a com
bination which acts directly on tbe kidneys
and liver, and assists them in eliminating
from the. system the provoking causes of
some of the worst ills that flesh is heir to.
Ton can buy this medicine from your drug
gist, and its use will Inspire you with new
life, bapp'ness and health. or sale atue-
moville fc Co's and by Ewin, Pendkton &
Co. W. C. Hamilton & Co., or ctadnnati,
O., are the proprietors.
jan7 dlawly lues &w
Schenck's Mandrake Pills. These
Pills are ccmwised exclusivelv oi vccctable
ingredien's, and although they entirely
supertede tbo use ol mercury, do not leave
any or its Injurious etiects. l uey act di
rectly upon the liver, and are a valuable
remedy in all cases of derangement result
ing from a disordered state or that organ,
Liver Complaint, Bilious Disorders, Indi
gestion, Sick Headache, Typhoid Fevers,
etc, eta, all succumb to the free use of
Schencfc's Mandrake Pills. For sale by all
Druggists and Dealers.
Best and Oldest Family Medicine.
aaniord s i.iver mvigorator. A purely
Vegetable Cathartic and Tonic for Dys
pepsia, uonstipatton, uebihty, Sick-head
ache, Bilious Attacks, and all derange
ments of Liver, Stomach and Bowels.
Ask your Druggist for It. Beware of im
itations. mh9 satly
Got the shakes, have you? Well, buy
Kress Fever Tonic, prepared by W. C.
Hamilton & Co., Cincinnati, O. It not
only cures you but keeps you cured. This
can be said of no other remedy yet prepared
for aeue. Many cures have been reported.
to the proprietors that seem next to mirac
ulous. Kress Tonic costs only SI per bot
tle a box of pills free with evenr bottle
and tlio paoprie.tors warrant it to care. For
sale by Ewin, Pendleton ife Co. and at De
moville & Co's. jan7 sats law&wly
We aak roar attenUnn to onr Lanm aci Com
plete Stock: of Field and- Garden Seeds,
.grttmnurai xmptementt .c Jiacninety
FertUUert, o. Send Ibr Catalogue.
V. U. HI UUHKLL & I'U.
98 Bread 8t, and 3 A 4 College St,
feb 272 eod ly
Over 200 millions haye been used
within tho past ten years, without
complaint or loss by tag becoming
detached. All Express Companies use them"
sold by Printers and Stationers everywhere.
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