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CITY 0Ft MEMPHIS.
Double Thread, Lock Stitch
MEMPHtS; TENNESSEE. FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 101869.
Price, 45 to $100
THI8 Machine Is oJ Whelr yilw V;
any oonneotioa. Machines sold In tbeeity
00 partial paym.nt. It ienot M liab.a I gel
out of order ae ether machine.
' . Office, BBS Main Btroet, ,
Next door to Ky' Variety Stors.""'
THE GREAT RED STORE,
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Br E. HIIITMORE. WBUM' ,-
fc.i X 1 " . "1 . T. T r . I T"
TT WOOD ANDERSON. Cotton Factor
fn. and Communion oicrooanm, m rrvum
ItROTHERS. Hardware. Cut
lery, nuns, etc.. imnu . . . . , .
BA&K-Kiiet National of Memi.huu--J.6.
Day, rret't; Newton Ford, Vipo Prea't.
BLACK, BROfUhR (WaCotu. oi
and Produce Merchant', fe4 fn.nt. a
, Cotton rtotori
fPAHNLM. F. D. CO.. W to. 7
aw Bnd Fancy woona. an main, nirpr v-m
Cotton Km i or j and
Commiaalon Merchants 11 Monroe etroot.
CKAltt. it. W. Seed. Implejoianuh
etc., 378 Main street, Jaioa Block. " '
T-tAltlvLIO B00KST0K, 3UHpeoond bt..
near M r,nre. W. J . M
Phiilniraob Uallry. M
Main street, Clark's Mamie moca.
lAMFKKDAM BriOS., merchant Jailors,
Main .treat (Bethel Blook). 51-128
CITY BANK, cor. J cttumoi. Kiid Front sts. ;
B. nTTobey. Pros' 't K. C. Kirk. Cashier.
AKOLIN A lilFK INS. CO.. l Main J.
nvi. Prei'i : '. K. feoyle. Seo'y.
CtUUhN. M., lla cleaned, rtyed. prsrsea
end trimmed moal to new. 384 Wain.
aOAVANAUGH, P. II. ,
j CLOTnlO0tAKn,EiriIED. ,
JNDNKW WOKE 1
341 Maik Btekkt.
ar.KNTlSTS-J. B. 4
Win. Waffoo. omoe
I m .t.ml. l Main. Alio proprieter 01
Memphii ueptil D-rot nine piano.
fCKINSON, WILLIAMS CO., Cotton
Faatort.am Front ttreot.' ' -
L1.I0TT, J. M. i., Drug Store and
Office. lfl Bel treet. . , s
,MMOKS A SON. liooH".
J aiinea. eta.. 10 JefferfOB
DWAKL'Si J.D.. Deal
iw.Hitn. j.ij.i ' -r . ' .
V.h. Ftui'ii of all kind.. 27SBeoonfl,
, Kt ton Faot-m, 17 Anion., Lee Blo-k,
JSC Cottna yactora. Com. Merrh t.
and dealer in Pits.ln Overton Hotel
3 Ai.RRKATH. fcTEWART CU- Cotton
; Faotom. II Union. Ptonw
ifi OKPKL, LfcOHOLD, ai
Kan and Ktiabe'i Pian
agent, diwler In Or-
oi. bio m aio.
nnvvu i KA KICK'S
fjT nniNI. S18 Min etreet,
Tll'NTKR.MKW M.C.. Millinery. Fno
fl floods, eto.. 217 Mam rtreet. .
KINRICH. P. H.. BRO., Uenieenona.
Fanoy flmnerieB.LIqnow. eta.. Main:
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tV at Jonnson, mwn ;
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el doora north of Overton Hotel
KLfcIN BKU., " noieaieiimoi v-
15 Poplar at. A!e in barrela and bottloi;
" KKOY. J .Merchant Tailor, 17 JeBenan
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, Hardware, Cutlory
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YiTi l..n,m. Roar, etc.. 40 .leflenon itreri.
OOWKR. i- A COw Merohant Tallora. ilO
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C Coiiiaion and Forwarding Merehanti ;
v av oo .11 w Mais, eicmi
K08 Coal Oil, Petro
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jMiDt of paimant of policy No. 8S " tne
lirt of HeSrr P. Woodard. d-c'd. twenty
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r.. In.ot.d Pepumlwr the Uth. lma.
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whirh your Cou.poy ba
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. . . . -i-. .wfetal men Lion, ana
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at No. 18 Maduron itreab
ber. by fiithfui ! elrrTm at FIFTEKN CKN'IC
por weak. arable weekly U the oartiara.
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montbi,$4i thxeo montha.$2; one month, 70
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:jowidalori funiliei tt 4enti per eopv.
nM4tn. nnmt inMafifa of reneral in-
tereat to the poblie are at all times aoceptable.
iveieeted mannaoripu will hot p. nwaoi.
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-DUplayed adv'ertUemimtg win be charged ao
tordiBg to the sr ion pocupied, at : "ove ratet
thera being twelve line of .olid type to the
Rotloei In local oolnmn inserted for twenty
(entt per line for eaeh inaoruon.
B pedal Kotioea lnierted for ten oentg per line
for eaob insertion. - i
Kotlcea of. Deaths and Marnagei. rwenty
eenta per line.
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daoemeDta, both a. to rato of obarges ana man
ner of tfUplaying their favors. ..,
Adverfuements pobliahed at Interval! i will be
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tion. : . '
allMltj fnr aif veTHllnf are due Whet 000-
traoted and payable on demand. .
ta.AU lettoni, whotber upon Dnainew or
btherwiM, ir vt ke addreeted to
" . , B. WHJTMORB,
r. i Publisher and Proprietor.
Women and Tbelr Dolnv.,
" Mrs. Livermore aji ihe called on a
man once lo get him to gign a petition
and fonnd him drank. Be afterward be
oame President of the United Stateg, but
it mut not be inferred that all men who
get drunk will be elected President.; ,.
i Mm., Victor, y'the Akron (Ohio) ! prit
oner.ha been commuted from aeventeen
to three years end will aoon be turned
too. ' 1 " "' ' i
Eugenie cozsned the Viceroy, of
Egypt out of a diadem' worth 6.000,000
of francs. That beatg Grout.
Vinnie Ream showed her good gense,
before goiug to Europe, by declining en
offer of marriage from that human icicle,
Senator Trumbull, q -j f n. r; '
- In Omaha' women who can dreis on
$5000 a year are called economical.
A Detroit women has baaed an action
for breach of promise on the fact of a
gentleman' having gent her a geranium
leaf in letter. Geranium mean "Thoo
art my choice."
-"Heory Ward Beeoher h i a female
ghort-hnnd gecgetary, which her name ii
Ellen Wood-, ,.,...! t'f .f .
Mr. : Twitohell, digreeably con
nected with an unpleasantness in Phila
delphia, by which her mother lost her
life, hag ent her jewelry to be polished
up, and think of coming back to the gay
world. She don't look well in black.
In Olive Logen'g lecture at E'niira,
se ay she never eaw a pretty girl but
be wanted to take her in her arms and
kieeher, SingoUrly enough, it effjcle
ue ia the game wy. , , , .
Paris Utter writer say Madame George
Sand I rapidly falling into the yellow
leaf. ' Host people do fail into those
habit, when thry get peat eighty. .
The young women of I.ewiaton, Mane,
have formed a society p'edging them
selves not to kiss any man who nee to
bacco. . , .
Minnie JJha i the nam de guerre of a
Du"orioug woman in Mew Orleans.
u.J M.rv Hiirginng.' of Pittsburg,
j 'u . her husband's gtabbicg for
him. ' ' v ' 1 ' ' '
Mrg. Margaret AgflM Amidon, a Nd
ing teacher tn Washington, died on tri
tn 1f. 1 '
Vinnie Eeam is distorting chunk of
marble toto likeness of Parson Brown
w a r I t ' : ' r " r . - '.
V:in; ia rv fund of masiO. IS
the Prinee cf.Waleg. her on; but he lite
hi flavored pretty strongly wun in cew
MiaMuhlbch has ber handgfoll a
Arwmn kinlnrLaai B ore! on the United
States, a 6ve act drama, and a dropsy
which is exteited to carry hrr eft.
Mis Webster, a white girl of Mount
Sterling. Ky., eloped with a oejro the
other day , ,, ' ,
' lr. P Walpa ia (lid to be dying of a
broken heart, owing to the festirenesa of
the critter (be t bitched to. a . :
! Drirlog her lecture t Lyon, u.ive
Lsgaa wa hissed. , OJv-j would have
liked it better it it baa Deen tpeueq wn
a-k." f-i!!. i ! u.t. I
tv,.. the Parisian cantatrioe! of
whom everybody waa talking four yare
fO. i( now giogiog at econd-rate oeffee-
boa see tor tea ana mi
1 M Tike, of PinetroT toweahip,
Venango coBnty, Peansyltania, missing
r... ,mn wKska. wu fosnd in the woods
on Sonday week, where she led fcanesd
i .ir 'vf.r hn.hand remarked, when
h fooad ber, that it wa big last day, and
baa since been missing.
Louisa M. William, of Si Joseph, got
a divorce trom btr husband and tnen ran
away with Bins.
"Jn.tiflera of Redaction and Abet
s tors of BUraany." ' ' !
The World thus discooraeg on the
eulogists of Albert D. Richardson:
If such friends of Richardson a Vice
President Colfax and the Rev. Henry
Ward Beecber had notsffronted the pub
lic ense of decency by ostentatious
(vtnnalbr for seducer and justification
of hi conduct, the press would have no
other duly in connection with this tragedy
than is lam npon it id me similar cuoro
bich are ot such frequent occurrence.
Richardson wa no iusn novice as not to
know that a man who seduces a wife from
her allegiance carries hi life in hi hand,
and may expect to forfeit it to the ven
geance of the outraged husband. He
dared the ooosequences, and they came.
He doubtless thought the prize worm tne
risk and the forfeit; and we will do him
the justice to say that, so far as the pub
lie ia informed, he met hi fate without
any unmanly quailing, or any protest
nitainst its rigbteomneas. ; The avenging
Nerbesis, which is ever on the putn oi
uch transgressors, ' speedily overtook
him ; and if hi eulongistg bad not at
tempted to blunt and pervet the moral
aense of the community, it would be safe,
as well a charitable, to dismiss him to
his reward without any remark. -Bat
when the most popular and elo.
quent - divine it) the country, and toe
second functionary in the Government,
undertake to " blazon evil deeds and coq
ssor.te a crime!' their attempt to lower
the moral tone of the community caanot
pass without rebuke. Whatever lenity
might be practiced towards the infat
uated parties to this tragedy in consid
eration of their terrible punishment, is
swallowed op in a feeling of indignation
and distrust aeaintt those who have pros
tituted their ioflaence and talents in de
fense of an intercourse which the moral
sentiment of the community condemns.
Mr. Beecher cannot esoape by turning
npon the publie, as he did in his funeral
remarks yesterday, and denouncing ia a
strain of coarse vituperation, those who
rtgird the marriage tie as sacred. f'Tbe
Hun in ms Si re or in, aia ne, meamuii
Richardson, "and in his own fastness, is
Bble to defend himself; but no sooner
has the arrow of the huntsman laid him
low than he ii et upon by every vile
thing, every fly, every crawling worm
Mow that he is down, treah flies are all
aronnd about bim, aud death, that is to
mott men a truce to old enemies, i( the
very arraying of the battle sgniost bim."
It is not against the dead seducer, but
against you, Mr. Bsecher, and auoh aa
you, that the public indignation is let
loose, on this truly mournful occasion.
Had you, and such a you, been content
to cast a silent mantle of charity over
lbs erring, and withhold the pnblio eulo
gies by which you have shocked the sen
sibilities of right-thinking people, there
would have been no occasion for you to
stand defiantly on the defensive, and in
terpose the perforated corpse of y9r
dead " lion " as a shield between yon and
the publia censure. It is agaiust you and
uoh as you, that the scorching breath of
inoensed virtue is directed ; you, who,
withont the apology of temptation, free
from the passions which blinded tboie il
licit lovers, coolly insult a Christian com
munity by fulsome and indecent praises
of their guilty connection. But for you,
and sach as yon, this terrible cise would
have operated as an impressive warning;
by your eulogies and your marriage cere
mony, yoo hold it up a an example.
The Indiana divorce wa a fraud and a
sham. Yon married the parlies know
ing it to be a mere Indiana divorce, pro
cured on tf parte representations, with
nnt untie ta the offended husband, in a
nlacs distant from the real residence of
the nartie.. You know. Mr. Beecher,
and everybody knows, that Mrs. McFar
lund wculd not have dared to apply for a
divorce hero in the Slate of New York,
where the parties resided, and the facts
nnld have been investigated. Io the
eye of our Jaws, and by the rules of our
coartr, the marriage with McFarlond has
never been dissolved; ana your per
frirmr of the marriage ceremony made
von not onlv a jastifier of seduction, bat
an abettor of bigamy. ,
Ia the light of the sworn testimony
taken in McFarland's application for the
custody of his children, this is a clear a
case of setasotion a wa ever proved by
evident. The landlady of b bouse in
Amiiv street swears that Mrs. McFar-
land applied to ber for a room for B
ardsoe, and that be came there in oonae-
niianpoof an arrangement which she bad
Mtita fitp him. The room acjjined her.
.4 ihm Inmates of the hoose testify that
she was freauentty in it in the absence of
her husband. All this might be innooent
enough, if it were not for toe light thrown
WL- nnnn it bv the subieauent develop
ment. She afterward abandon her
husband and puts herself under Richard
son s protection. WMU OS I woBDuea,
he go i to Mr-Sinclair' house and takes
.r. of him. nasae whole day and
.ui. nlirhta alone with him, bestowing
the moil otfSeariBg e are see upon him,
and permittihg it ta b understood in Mr.
Sinclair", family, and by other acquain
tances, that she and Richardson; wereun
A.. . .nnnmast of marriage. Itisim-
oossible to resist the conclusion that she
Torsook her husband in the expectation
f nan-Tin Richardson : that ha had
knowingly excited that expectation, and,
hs-1 thero'uy alienated her from her hHs
band; and that the Indiana divorce
nrnnn prl nmhablv bv the friendly inter
vention and a'tance of Mr. Colfag-
wa the coHiummttiot of a purpose
which had been formed while the parties
were occupying adjoining rooms in Amity
street ' .
And npon conduct such as this Mr.
Beecher be "tows his blessing and bene
diction! With this history before the
public in the shape of sworn testimony,
ha bad the effrontery to stand np beside
Richardson' corpse, and declare that
"both he, aud she who is left to mourn
his absence, have always lived in a pru
dential manner I"
Tne "Thief Caste" ln;ind!a,
A letter from Bombay says:' .
Some curious revelations have beo
made by the capture by the police of a
gang of native thieve. I' is, of coone,
well known among the Hindoos even
criminal pursuits, such as thieving, pimp
ing: and other harmless modes of getting
a living, are hereditary er d form castes,
from which no one born in tbenvcan es
cape. The father is a pander and all his
male children must be pander also,
while hi daughters must marry men who
follow the same disreputable calling.
These people, of course, feel no shame at
their mode of life; it is the deniny that
fate, and, what is equally strong in India,
"dustoon, have allotted to mem. mesa
thieves form a caste several nundrel
irony. Thev have no fixed abode, but
wander all ovor the country; and recently i
a couple of hundred of them spread
themselves over Bombay. Tbeir regula
tions are very singular, and tbeir arrange
ment for disposing ot their booty pertec.
All over the country they have confi
dential bunniahs who receive the stolen
good and money. When the thieve
arrive in a place these bunniahs advance
them money for food and whatever they
may want, and the results of their preda
torv excursions are dor by day handed
over for sale. Ererynowand then the
thieves and their banker settle up their ac
counts. The goods tnhen are ratea at
three-fourths tbeir valuo, but the receiver
is allowed an additional ten per cent
for commission, which makes altogether
thirty-five per cent. One of the thieves
confessed that last year the two hundred
wbo visaed Bombay carried away at the
end of the season no less than 18.000 reals
(f9,000), a very large sum in India, where
three-fourths of the population have in
cornea of only fifty dollars a year. He
aaid that during the week before be was
captured "the weather was wet and
umbrellas were tneir principal oor 17, auu
some brass chatties, waist cloth, tur
banr, pocket handkerchiefs, three rupees
in money and a gunny bag, were alas
brought in." Some of the internal rules
of the thieve are very singular, lhey
may take whatever tbey can get trom the
shops, or the ground or a carriage, but
tbey must not commit even the mildest
form of violence. It they attacked a man
for the purpose of robbing him they
would break their caste and b turned
out by their follow members. Njr may
tbey steal anything between sunrise an
sunset. If a heap of gold were lying in
their path after the son had gone down
tbey would not touch it. And not only
must they steal by day, but the goods
muBt also be disposed of the same, day
either by burying them or by handing
them over to a bunniab.
Ida Lewis is exhibiting herself to tho
people of New Bedford, appearing in
tableaux at a Good Templars', festival.
New York sargeons have made a ohin
for an unfortunate yonng man deprived
of that ornament, taking the material
from his chest.
Tburlow Weed's daughter is sorting
4000 letters to assist her lather io writing
his autobiography. Ha will spend the
winter in Florida.
The B iden-Baden gambling bank won
in the year 1868, after deducting the
enormous expenditure of twa millions
of francs, about three millions of
franos. The Bink in Wiesbaden has
"drawn in," within the last six months,
O ing to a lack of funds many labor
er have been discharged from work on
the new posloffioe in New York. An im
mediate appropriation of $1,000,000 for
the building is tn be asked for by the
Secretary of the Treasury on the sssemb
Kcg of Congress next wetk.
Friulein Luis Sindrini, nf Calivog
Iie, died in Dresden last month, in ber
88th year. 8h was the oldest prima
donna in the world. A native Neapoli
tan of rare natural bsouty, and gifted
with a magnificent voice, educated in the
tree cli Italian style of singing, she fol
lowed, after ome first performances in
Italy, ber husband, 8ndrini.the gixotiy
Count Kammermusikus to Dresden, and
was there engaged in the Curt Theater
as the premier singer. She wa pen
sioned in 1832.
Recently a pale-faced, orrow-itricken
woman, while in a dry good store at
Kansas City, Ma., was observed by a
salesman concealing a bundle of laces
under her shawl. Very quietly, and
withoat attracting the attention of a
single eye in the store, the salesman said
to her, "I am not able to pay for the
lace under your shawl, or yon might keep
it and welcome. Please psi it back.
while I walk to the other end of the
counter." Large tears came into the
woman's hagzard eve, hr whole face
.Turaaeed gratitude, and without a word
put the lace back and walked out of the
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It. UKANWON 5c CO.
G EN iBAL STEAMBOAT JOBBERS
Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
to vm.CI rates. Tinware, Hons Far.
stlshiiiir aborts. Cowl, Lard and
Lubricating clia, ele.,
NO. 272 FRONT BTBKET. - MEMPHIS.
VE ART8 NOW 0PKNINO UP ONR OF
the la geat and most complete stocks ot
Stoves, heatera. Hollow-ware, Cutlery. Tin
wars, and bonae torainhing goods generally.
Among the stove stock we are ploased to pro
Mat the pnblio with the celebrated
Earlj Breakfast Cooking Stoic
and the OPEN FRONT PARLOR HEAT
KIU3, that took the premiums at the Cin
sinnall Fair on the 8th ot Bcptember, where
thers wera ninety ooolt sicvm o,tered the
Fashion, Kmporia, Charter and other leading
wood eni j atovee bin aminsr tho ouBteat
ants. We have aUo the renowned
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cooking atove. We are the sole dealers in the
above atoves. A foil and suitable supply of
genetal steamboat and melcee's' stock always
on hand. R. B RANNON A CO..
M-til - No. 272 Front atrt.
stOck is rcirva
ALLPEB80NSfKNOW.TO SUCCEED IN
planting thty must firat aecure Stock. This
they can do by calling or (ending their orders
to n. At the Areade hHle stabler, No.
29 rjecond street, mammoth sign of the Hone
and Mole M. C. Cayoe A Co. Daily Auction
Hale, at 10 o'clock. Lame atablea and lota f r
8 ock Dealers. Furniture and Mro-ery alej,
ai usnal, at o'olock. - M. C. CAYCE A CO..
ti.H A nt,nner..
CO, IS and 13 Bsaroo Strrel.
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