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1 1 ATS, CAPS AND FURS AT MAIN
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Morgan's Srtf-risiuc Flour, No. 44 Man
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) How Brigham Young'i Wivei Liva
The nctr work on the Mormons givi I
the following : .- i. . -
Tie internal arranKemnnt of aaairg nt
the linrera in similar to that of a young
lajiei boarding-school. ; bach woman
hayinir her own room, her affairs are all
centered there. The culinary depart
ment is under control of uch ol the wives
a Briu-ham from time to time appoints.
She is the stewardess , . and carries the
keys. A cook is employed generally a
man and several servants besides, who
are all under the control of the steward
When' the meals are prepared and
readv the bell rines, and each woman,
with her children, if she has any, tiles
down to the dinner-table, and is seated
as before stated.
Each, on rising, has ber children to
attend to. and get ready tor breaKiast ;
this over, she commences the business
of the day, arranges her rooms and sits
down to ber sewing or other work, as the
case mar be.
A sewing machine is brought into
reaniiition. and one of the number ap-
rjointed to uie it . For the benefit of
those who want a sewing machine, it may
be well to state how this one was pro
One dar a man from St Loo is came
to offer one for sale, stating that his price
was ninety dolliys. Brignara bought it,
promising to pay the man whenever be
should call. The man being poor,
called in a few dars. He did not get
his Dar. lie called again a number ot
times with the same result. One of the
wives became Quite indignant, and said
If I was in his place I would never as it
it from one so high in the pnestnood.
He had better give it to him than ask pay
of him." The poor man never received
bis monev. and as soon aa he could get
the means, left the territory.' This is the
manrer in which the 1'rophet becomes
possessed of inueh ofhis property.
Most of the women spin and weave
their everv-duv clothing, doing theirown
coloring. Thev are Quite proud of the
quantity of cloth manufactured in their
establishment every year. All wont
hard and take but little ont-ef-door ex
ercise. At parties and theatres urignam
and one or two of the favored wive stt
together in the "Kings box," but the
remainder of the women and the children
sit in what is called "Brigbam't corral."
This is in the parqnette, about the center
of the area. The Prophet goes down
once or twiee during the eventpg to the
corral, and chats for a few momenta with
one and another, but in a short lime he
i - -i :.i- i.:- i.i a..i:."
At the Mormon parties much gaiety
Drevails. Appearances are maintained,
somewhat, by paying more respectful de
ference to the brat wives on soon occa
sions, ueniues, witn wnom toe saints
are on good terms, are well received,
and kindlr entertained at these parties.
and all join in giving themselves np to
the intluences of mirth and festivity.
Dancing is not only a favorite amuse
ment, it is more ; it is cultivated to such
aa extent that it becomes a passion.
Brit-ham women, though better
clothed than formerly, still work very
hard. ' Ther are infatuated with their
religion and devoted to their husband.
If tbey cannot obtain his hrve, they con
tent themselves with his kindness, and
endeavor to think themselves happy.
As religion is their only solace they try
to make it their only object If it does
elevate their minds, it deadens their saa-
ceptibilities; and as they are sot per
mitted to be women, they try to convince
themselves that it ia God s will they
shonld be slaves.
A music master, a dancing-master and
teacher of the ordinary branches of
education are employed in ' the fam
ily school. Also a teacher of French,
liis children have much better advan
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1866.
tages than any other in thu territory.
Duncing and music are the leading
accomplishment, and everything elo ia
made subordinate to these.
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Beautiful Bride and Interesting Ceremony.
. A correspondent of the Richmond Dis
patch, writing from Loudon county, Va.i
gives the following interesting account
of a Quaker wedding in that section:
All the preliminaries having been set
tled, the parties repaired to the residence
of the bride's father, where the ceremony
was to take place, and found the place
well filled for their circle of acquian
tances was very large. The tiridegroom
is one of our most energetic and enter
prising citizens, frank, free and joyus,
he is always the life of every party of
which he forms a part. The bride is the
youngest daughter of one of the oldest
and most honored of our citizens. Al
ways bright and beautiful, he was doubly
so on this occasion. Dressed in the
pureit white, emblamatie of her spotless
character, with no oranments save those
supplied by nature, she walked in with
the bridal party and took the seats pre
pared for them. ' f
After a short silence the tlride and
groom, with their waiters, rise to their
feet, and the gentleman in a clear and
distinct voice, repeats tho vow which
is prescribed by the discipline: "In the
presence of the Lord, and before this as
sembly, I take L. J. to be my wife, prom
ising, with Divine assistance, to be unto
her a loving and faithful husband, until
death shall separate us." And immedi
ately following him, the lady, in a soft
and tremulous voice, bnt still loud
enough to be audible to all within the
room, repeated her portion of the vow :
"In the presence of the Lord, and before
this assembly, I take W. R to be my
husband, promising, with Divine assis
tance, to be unto him a loving and faith
ful wife nntil death shall separate ns."
This was followed by signing the mar
riage certificate by the newly married
couple and a large number of those pres
ent, nearly one hundred, an witnesses.
The marriage ceremony was' now com
pleted, this twain have been made one,
and .the company dispersed over the
different rooms to enjoy as best suits
their fancy. But as I before! said, a
committ ee of older Friends i always on
hand to see that everything is conducted
properly, and in good order. Their pres
ence, however, causes but little restraint
upon the younger members of the party,
for thest old, stale and solemn as they
may appear are many of them full of
fun and pleasure, and enjoy a pastime of
thia sort as much . as those who are
younger,' and more given to parties,
The Widow of Joe Smith, the Kormon.
From the Rochester Union.)
A paragraph has been circulating for
some time past, and lately appeared in
one Or more of the city tmpers, which
reDresented the widow of Joseph Smith
the founder of Mormonism, as residing
at NauvoO.' JMinois, "stubbornly tact-
turn, and a devout believer in the Mor
mon faith." ' We have testimony that
we regard as wholly reliable to show that
this statement does her gross injustice
and it doubtless is a malicious invention,
Mr. Thomas Calveft, Of this city,' In the
employ of the Hannibal fend St. Joseph
IMLUWaV lOIUUaill. - aivoo uo M wittc
report of a visit he made to Mrs. Smith
r. .i - fin j j m.L - r i.T j
tnatwas on me .m anu wm oi j-iwj-
ruary last - He states that she is married
and Dossessed ot large property, sue
keens a good hotel at Nativoo Landing
on the Mississippi; ia a kind, amiable
lady, and ia not a believer in Mormon
ism at all. She talks freely with all, and
is the reverse of what the newspaper
paragraph makes her. - She has two sons
with her, while Joseph, the eldest, is ab
sent. The hotel of Mrs. Smith is the
onlv good one in Nauvoo. She owns
extensive vineyards, said to be valued at
f 1000 per acre. She is enterprising, and
resnected bv ber neighbors.
Mr. C. feels that he can best repay the
attention he received at. the hands of
Mra. S.. by correcting the statement in
circulation to her prejudice. He had
occasion to walk a long distance in win
ter 40 reach Nauvoo, and went to the
hotel of Mrs. S. with feet nearly trozen.
She took a kindlr interest in the traveler,
and ministered to his necessities. It is
very clear, from the statement of Mr.
Calvert that Mrs. Smith is an amiable
.. 1 i Sensible Freedman.
We did not know- before the other
day that there was a colored Mayor in
our midst; . not a Mayor, dear local
reader, to preside over our city councils
and to execute municipial laws, but a
freedman officer to overlook the behavior
ofhis brethren. Jeff Kirk having con
ducted himself like a steady, industnou
white man since the surrender, and be
ing a recognised leader among his color
for bis good sense and moral deportment.
our worthy Mayor has given him a sort
of commission to exercise surveillance
over the conduct and manners of the
negro settlement in the eastern part uU
. , . ii. j : i . r . : " u . u i
ineciiy. raucu iu uumn ui uiui, iiua-
ville." When first appointed, Jeff assem
bled hii little settlement, and gave them
his ideas of freedom in a very sensible
way: told them to be free did not imply
exemption from honest labor ; and that
in all cases of vagrancy and lawlessness
they would be promptly arrested and
punished. He advised them all to obtain
honorable means of employment, and to
let their names be a guide to others in
their situation.' Since his appointment,
but one arrest has been made in "Kirk
ville," and that was a case of accidental
Jeff Kirk is a good carpenter and a
worthy freedman in every respect, and
while he demeans himself aa heretofore,
it is hoped he will be encouraged by all
who take interest in this element of -our
DODulation. We don't charge him any
thing for this "puff," for, a city negro
worth a copper, has been such a rarity,
we are willing to take some trouble to
find him out and speak a good word for
him. Columbut Index.
When I was sixteen. I fell in love.
There was nothing remarkable in ihat,
for most young men of that age do the
same thing. Hut what l am going to
tell you is, how my courtship terminated.
It was at a party I taw Sallie B ,
ho was one of tbe prettiest girls in
Ticktown, and I tell you, site looked
sweet in her white muslin ball dress,
with her hair falling loosely over her
shoalders. I got an introduction, danced
with her once, twice, thrice, and I was
ust the happiest man in all Ticktown.
ell, at laat the party DroKe np
LARGEST CITY C'IKCULATIO.V.
an invitation to call on Miss B
That was all that I wanted, and I didn't
sleep much before Sunday evening for
that was the time I'd fixed to call. I
called; saw Miss Sallie to church saw
her home; and when I left I bad a press
ing invitation to call again, and I did not
forget it' I astmre you. At the end of a
mouth I was completely gone. At lust
I resolved to " pop the question," and
fix on my next visit for the time, studied
''Courtship Made Easy," thoroughly,
and concluded I was ready for the task.
Time arrived. Here I was, sitting by
the side of my beloved, with my arm
around her waist ! I took her hand in
mine, and screwed up my courage to
say. " Dear Sallie, do you love me ?"
She made no answer; but her eyes were
cast down, and I hope yes, I was cer
tain she loved me. I put both my arms
around ber neck, and I pressed one, two,
three kisses oo ber rosy lips. She did
not resist, but raised ber head and said
" You're as bad as Sam Simmons t
Another Anecdote of Gen. Scott
Tbe New York correspondent of the
Boston Journal relates the following
The term "fuss and feathers," applied
to the old chief, grew out of nothing per
sonal, for he was a roan whose persona
tastes were very simple. But he was
very exact in his discipline, and he re
quired every officer while on duty to be
dressed according to bis rank in the
minutest thing. Gen. Hamilton, who
was on bis staff, related to me the other
day a very characteristic anecdote. Ib
General's headquarters in Mexico com
prised two rooms, one opening into the
other. In the rear room General Scott
slept One night, after the General bad
retired, one of the staff wanted some
water. It was in tbe front room. Tbe
evening was warm and tbe hour late
being near midnight The officer started
to go in his shirt-sleeves. ' He was
cautioned against the experiment as
dangerous one, for if the General caught
mm in his quarters with his coat on, be
would punish him. The officer said that
he would risk it; that the General was
asleep, and be would make no noise. II
opened the door softly, and went on tip
toe to the water-pitcher. He had no
time to drink, before he heard the tinkle
of the bell, and the sentinel outside the
door entered. " Take this man to the
guard-house," was the brief order, and
the coat less oflicer spent the night on
hard plank under guard.
A Walk Across Europe by a Boy.
A feat of juvenile courage and perse
verance has just been performed by
French boy of thirteen, whieh is worth
mention. Three months ago, dissatisfied
with his treatment by an nncle in Fans,
he started from the latter capital with 60
francs in his pockets to go to his mother,
who is married to a second husband, s
French workman in the employ of the
Shah of Teheren.
With the aid of a map and guide-book
the little adventurer tramps right across
Europe, receiving such hospitality by
the way that on reacning t onstnntiuopie
he had still nearly half his francs re
After a short rest at Pera, be crossed
the BosphoruB, en route for Persia, but a
little beyond Scutari was stopped by some
Turkish policemen, and brought back
till an interpreter could be louna. nts
story being thus learned, he was passed
over the Pera and placed in the charge
of the French Consul, in whose custody
he now is, unable to understand why he
should be interfered with, and angrily
imnatient to pursue his journey.
Love for his mother and a keen yearn
ing for her protection, rather than any
mere wild impnlse of boyish adventure,
seems to have been his chief motive
throughout Levant Herald.
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Part of the City
Paru of the City
Porta of tbe City
Pans of the City
Parts of the City
Parts of the City
Ten Cents n Week.
By Faithful Carnen
Bv r iiitbtul Carriers
lly Faithful Carriers
P,y Faithful Carriers
Ky Fai'htul Carriers
fcv Faithful Carriers
By Faithful Camera
Ten Cents n "Weel.
For Ten Cent a tVeek
For Tan Ccnta a Week
for Tea Cents a Week
For Ten Cenu a Week
For Ten Cents a V eek
For Ten Cent a Week
For Ten Ceut a Week
Ten Cents a "VVeelc.
Payable d J'he Carrieis
Payable to the Camera
Payable Ui the Carrietl
Payable to the Camera
Payable to the Csrneii
ayahle to the Carriers
Payable to the Carrier
Ten Cents a Week.
At tha End of lack Weak
At tha Knd af Kach Week
At the Knd of Lack Week
At the fcnd ol l-.sca v eca;
At tha Knd of Keen Week
At the Knd of Kech Week
A, the Knd of Kech Week
Ten Cents a "Week.
TF TOU DO NOT ALREADY RECEIVE
I the paper, leave year orders at our Counting
Boom, and it will be faithfally aerved to ynn in
rritnra. We already have a LAKGEH CITY
CIRCULATION than any of our mornim en
temporaries, knl we inland In increase it until
the PrsLic L.VIK aa anay be f -nee in every resi
dence an"hn.ine a house in a4euithis.aadthus
sake it THK me Jiura for oar bu-inen men and
merchants to asake known to the vabliewha'
they asay wish te aupwse of.
W.P.PAUL, I 0. V. CROCKETT.
Formerly with Uill- Formerly withllilluian
man Bros., Memphis. Bros., Neiliville.
PAUL Jl CROCKETT,
HILLMAN BROTHBB SOBS'
TENNESSEE CHARCOAL IKON.
The only Stock kept iu the city.
No. 210 Front (Street,
MEMPHIS, TKNN. "
A. full Mupply conalHiitly on U d.
COl'AUTXKKMll 1 1
WE HAVE THI8 DAY ASSOCIATED
ourselves together for Ihe purpose of do
ing a General Commission Business, under tba
firm style of Mutter. Berlin A Lubbs.
March 15, lsuti.
JOHN A. MINTEK, JOHN W. IMDUS,
Henry Co., Va. DanvilU, Va.
Wb. I. BERLIN. MeiuidiU, Tain.
Virginia Tobacco Agency.
MIXTER, BERLIN & DAUBS,
Cotton, Tobacco Factors,
General Commission Merchants,
Mo 12 Waat Court Street,
Onr special aiteiition given to the sale of all
kinds of produru Orders solicited for the pur
chase of goode when the Money aconmiiauies
the order. mnr 11 -Sin
OFFICE HOURS FUR
those .Siccielitio are
from a t" !' o'clock a. ui.,
and from 3 ui 6 ,. 'clock p.
m. Persons wir-hing lr.
Creighton's service luuet
eonsult this arrangement.,
Office in llrug Store, No.'
44 Main .Street south of
- Feus f r Professional Visits, each. Ten
,WM. H. MORGAN,
A. T T It fX KY-AT.LA W
(jr.M'.Hil. CLAIM AftEVT,
' limmixioner f Deeds, Ete.f
Over tieti Insurant' Company, Desutn Block
spVtn. MEMPHIS, TENN.
Beard's Patent Lock Tie
iyon covton ji Allies.
July 16,1931. - - -
ISKAKO V BItOTIIEU
Not. 210 and 212 Mala St,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Greatest Invention of the Age,
Being a Frotnotion against Fire, and
win no, noi ju. .
IT COMBINES STRE.VTH WITH RAPID
1 itv of adjustment to bales of any sisa. re
quiring only one-third of a minnte to tie up a
bale of ootton.
It being nuw well known to all the dealers in
roue for bailing cotutn. that only a vorv small
crop of hemp was made the put year, and that
in consequence tne price win rule very mgn,
and that a supply cannot be relied on at any
price- In conideration of these facta, all deal
ers, and those requiring ties, will do well to nut
in their orders for this liesoon. thereby eeeunng
a supply for the season. The indications now
so far as we have learned, are, that the demand
for this tie will be very large, bene the neces
sity of making early orders, which, addressed
BnnKll a. BKU., t. bonis.
STONE k ML'RPHY. er
M. J. SMITH CO.. Sew Orleans.
LACY McUUEr,. 41 em ! bis.
Will meet with prompt attention.
Heard k Co. are also manufacturers of the
EieeU'ior Fire and Uurglar-proot bafee.
fnoe hsu and circulars lurnmaea on appu
CAKIiAUf, WI11TF0RD & CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer, in
AMERICAN EXPRESS BCIIDINU.
55, 57. 59 and 61 Hudson BUeet,
Near Duaca. eorner of Warta street, -N
K W YORK.
T. r. ciit. ariY r.
wa. a. waiiroao. J. a. van ,iti,
a. T. a am iLTOit.
Office of Paybaa A Carkart ia bqaidatiei. :
St. Louis Paper Warehouse.
H. B. GRAHAM & BRO.,
83 Second Street, .
Ht. Ionin. MiaHsonri.
Y OFFER THK LARGEST ETOCK OF
IT Paper ia tha n eat at
CJlvil and Military
For bale at tail eCaa.
Ten Vvui .Ier Week.
LINDSEY t VRE OENBl'RG.II
aOKNTg ma THK FOLLOWING FIKST-CLAaR
' JcoMriHiKS: '
Home , Insurance Co.
OF KW YORK.
Capitul, Wtl.r orJ.GOlt:
j Security Insurance Co. c
' OF NEW YORK. P
Oupitnl, ?l,OOSJ,rOO L
11 ARTIES DESIRING INSURANCE,
. either Fire, Marine or Hull, would do well
to call upon
LINDSEV & VREDENBDROH
' Before effecting Insurance elsewhere.
No. O 3rnliso Street,
el -Sen Memphis, Tenn.
' (ius and HUun I'ipe Kitter.
UI', Second Street, corner of Jefferson Street
, MEMPHIS, TERN.
fEEPS CONSTANTLY ON ' HAND A
l well selected stock "t Iron and brass Lift
and rorMjnimpfc )eo-3m
THOU. M1TDWKLL. JAB. ANDHB80K
MAT DWELL & ANDERSOX,
5 UNION MTHKET,
Del ween Second and Third,
MoyUMEVT.V TOMBS, ' HEAD AND
Foot hlones. Mantles, Vaces, Counter and
lahlelops, r urniture Nuba, etc., ol tne best
Italian and American Marble executed in good
style and at reasonable prices. Onr work is our
reference. t:ail and see. mylU-nm
OUR TWENTY-FIFTH TEAR
F. II. CLA.lt It &; CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Watches, . Diamonds, Jewelry
TABLE CUTLERY. CLOCKS. AND
1 large assortment of Guns, Piaiolsand Am
NO, 1 CLARK'S MARBLE BLOCK,
myl -3m Corner Main and Madison sts.-
a . n -ifi
ROBINSON & OO.
Wm. A. Rubihsok.
F. A. MviaLg.
T. B. S.ompers.
AFTER A BUtPENSION OF BUSINESS
for nearly four years, we again eome belore
Ihe public, soliciting a .hare of patrcnat'e in
the abvva braucnee of biuioeas ia onr buildings
Opposite the Oayoee Uons.
We are prepared to bnild and repair Saw
Hills, engines, etc; iiirpii an ainas oi cast
ins for Bailriinr. Plantations. Railroads or
teamboaia. VI uh aa experienca t twenty-
fve years as practical niecbauics and machin
ist, wo reel conniieut ot our ability to give Mt
ietaction. Our pnees .hall he a low as the ex-
ens of labor and material will admit oi.
QAYOSO PLANING MILL
RUSSEL, GROVE & CO,
Adams SU of Baron Gayoso,
MEM THIS. TESNESSEE.
ANUFACTLKERS OF DRESSED LUM
ber. e'lvonng. H ealherboardina. Ioora.
Sash, itlinds. Window and Door Frames, Arcb-
Stairrasee. Handrail. Neweia, BaJusters. Lat
tice, Barustradea, liraekets. Packing Boxes.
Pawp laoea, eic etc Keep ea hand at all
times a god stock of the above, as also
Glazed Sash, of all Six,
' Circular Work,
Scroll SawiugaBd Tiimlnic,
Of every deeonruoa proaspUy attended t.
All mler. W ar hrea tbe Soarthera
SttrvCirpany attsaded In wuh iromptaeaa.
4-Pw.tonioe ad drees, " Lock Box
Ik-K A a I
48,000,000 1 DOLLARS
OF PROPERTY ...... ..
Destroyed toy .'Fire
' i . ! i .- .
Within ths limits of the United States, ,
DURING THB YEAR 1865,
SHOULD SUGGEST THE NECESSITY OF
good insurance to every man who deairea to
protect himself against the loss whloh follows in
tha wake of fire.
Givei assurance to tba public that choice indem
nity, of a wholesome and permanent character,
is strongly guaranteed by Phosnix Policies.
LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID during the
year 1U6 -, in a veiy marked and strikiug man
ner exhibits the solid, substantial, slid laitbtul
service rmdered patrons by the Pbceuix, aa well
aa its ability to pass through seasons prolific of
conflagrations, with honor and profit to tliose
Cash income, for the put year reveals the con
slant and steady progress of this popular cor
poration in the race of a bitter, vindictive, anc
An average annual cash dividend to Stock
holders of fourteen per cent, upon its cpital
stock, since its incorporation, portrays the great
success and stability of this eminent Institu
tion, the superior financial accuracy displayed
in its investments, and the important truth that
tha management of tho PIICENIX is in tba
bands of those who know bow, successfully, to
Fire Insurance Company.
No. 24 West Fourth Btreet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
II. M. BIAGILL, Gen'l Agenl.
Losses o lurrinc at thia Agency, nnder poli
cies iseued .or the Pharmx, will be adjusted and
paid bere in bankable funds.
Policies burned promptly by
Resident Agent, ,
OfficeNo. 1 Madison Street,
Entrance on Front Street.
H. a. LITTLXTON. - UAH. iHI.lt.
II. A. LITTLETON 4 CO.'S
INSURANCE ; AGENCY,
Etiid. Insurance Company,
JANUARY 1, 1868.
Cash Ammnt 4) J.067,455 HO
Liabilitieai S-A-1,891 43
Nett Anaetn ...... 3,8128,064 3
THIS VETERAN OF
i 18,000 FIRES,
HTXL.L HAHU AT WOlllt.
Efficient organization of iOOOpractii a,
Underwriters, from Kova iscvtia to
Lalifornia and Lake Superior, t
Mexico and the Gulf, Adroit.
niiing the science ofavtr
aye with compensating
rates to tht ad- '
. can-cement f 5
Flattering Teatimoniala .
.ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
Froia tbe Insurance Department of the
HTATK OK JSJKVV YORK
rat iitsnaaKcicoaataaioirga to tis iioiila-
" Tba !na Insurance Company, nf TT.rtf.ird
one ot the most suocceelul t ire I usuraooe Com
panies oi tnu or auy uther country. "
Connecticut Comeaniea follow the raise and
practices of tba A) ma almost as carefully as if
they were embodied ia statute law."
Kew York eumpanies, the iKina's successful
management and solid rules are called to their
attention thus : , .
"It still vmasaina saern a matter of wonder
tkaa imitation in the inaurancc world."
"Br-whai subtle alchemy baa thiseoronratlna
been enabled to turn lis full-paid capital into
the philosopher's stone t"
Tha extranrdinarf events whieh have dis-
tinguisbl its auparalleled financial history."
The average ter diem In tha Teitad
Stales, at this period a I th, year, are about
Tba taiecrapk daily snands startling notes a
warning to all era float persoat.
DOKOT JfEOLECT THE FECTRIIX 0
Policies iasaed nlthoat delay by
H. A. LITTLITOIf CO .ATta,
xn Trent Stmt, v ttalrt.