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THE MEMPHIS IDJDL-Y APPEAL-SUISTDAY, FEBEUAEY 11, 1877.
Finance andCommerce FINANCIAL. lht tanks report eiwun dullness: om of tkm liivl a bctk-r supply of exchange, anil a further increase would be welcome. Ksrhanjjft ri-mained at the liewr rate; New Yoik aii'l eastern I'iuainl buying at dis count; i'.'rn siirlit. . discount; till wiling at : premium ; .Niw Crl"an buying at - discount. 8-lii:iif ut pur. The New Vork Herald, of Wednesday, reports: "Money is etJl v ry tay, as lank ana capitAli.U hold a Lirv surpias. The rates were from 3 to 4 r-r cent. 'I he following were the rate of exi:harf.i on New York to-day: Charleston, nomm.u.'y, buying, .'r-16'i,lB, -'UinfT at par; Sar:innahf buying at par, selling; at ViAi prTiium; Ciiidanuti qu et, buying at par, "Kinu at 1-10 prvraiutu; irt. Louis, par to 20 1woiit!: Xt-sr Orleans, Uink 1-18, cornmer cijil t'hicatjo, 2-Vd -VJ premium." The New York Hull-tin fay: "A few more southern riims.T. iJ bills" are crmiing forward, and I'it? is no incrvaM in the di'mand, bankers l-in;, r.t current ouotations, unable to prufitably import Lond.i from Europ is on the upward way; in ctlier words, curri-ncy is becoming of les roarket value; in New York yesterday tnorn intr it touched VX, at noon the Quotation Win l'".'.: h.-re, lu"-1:! to lO-lJa. There was nothing rvrt-d in local stocks or bonds; 5? JO sliarija of I'lienix insurance sto:k was wanted at '. Ine clerk at the backs desire us to remind lusiness men that the law does not permit tliu b.mks to close on the cominir holi day, and thr-y appeal to them to kindly finish their lunk ignitions, during the carniral, at as early an hour a pOMtible, that the bank clerks may have an opportunity to take a part in the amusements ot the day. We hope our merenanw an-! ciU7.en".-will be clever to the boyx, and j.'ive tiiem a cl.ance to enjoy them eeives witn tiie rest ot mankind. I BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS, February 10. Rentes, lOCf. 30c SEW ORLEANS, February 10. Gold iQ-j'gii' l'joa. New York si(?ht, l premium, Vi,.,...,., .l... i.: 1 1.. iiA i nil,, . . -Jiijic, uiuiacia uiu0f un( IJNIX)N. February 10. The amount of bullion withdrawn from the bank of England on balance to-Liy is 10,000. The rate of discount in UK! open tnarkut far Uiree months bills U i vx-r cent., beine 1H per cent, be low the Hank of England rate. Consols for in inev and on account, '.' 15-16; United States 10-is. i 1 0 .i ; new .r,' 1078 ;' New York Cen tral. l-3': Erie, SI'; Erie preferred, 19. NEW YQHK, February 10. Money easy at 2 .i perc-nt., closing dull at 2(2J per cent. 1 naie mercantile paper, JJ3(gi per cent, specie exiion, vj'j.uw: specie im ports fl'J-LOOO. Customs receipta, f 165,000, lhe as.-ir.Unt tifwurer disbursed fl4,000, Clearing. $J4.0,'3. Dry goods imports for the week, $4.571. OoO. Produce exports for the week. ttf.WJ.OOO. Sterling long, nhort. 4-i. tiold opened at advanced to l'Jo. fell oil to 1J5j and closed at 1"?8 . Ciirrying rates, 3-'2 and 3 per cent, silver at London, iwd; here, quota' tioos are silver bars and greenbacks, 'i0)4; gold, 123; silver coin, J4 discount. Govern ment bonds were active and steady; coupons ot IV.i i; do. do., new, IIO'b; do. loo. 115; do. l5b, 116M: new ba, 110.78; new4Js, V)!; 10-4j8, regwteretl. ao. coupons, H4j; currency ta, IJ4 State securities were quiet and nomi nal; Tenne3ee 6. old, 42?g; Tennesg' see 6s, new, 42,l4;. Virginia tis, old, 30; Virginia bn, new. :JU; aus.soun 6s. 1U Railroad bonds duU. Stock market firm aud higher in early dealings, especially for co.J shareK, which alvanced on reports about the formation ot a new combination. When these report were not verilied a partial reac- turn took piai.-e. In tlie evening prices were lower. The coal reads formea a feature of tlw late deuiinH, New Jersey Central drop ping to nj-3, Lfc'lauare and Hudson to o-'J, ana Uclawure Lackawanna and V estern to 6li. In the general list Western Union declined to 71 !2, Ixtke Shore to Michigan C-ntral t 4-, St. i'aul to preferred to 4-IJib, and Northwestern preferred to 524; Erie advanced to ?,5 Chicago BurlintKou and (juinry quiet at 114(ill4M, against sales at 111; varly in the lay: later the market closed aetive with unsettled feehng and feveri-h. Trax.s;u:tio!ip, 15:?JX)0 shares, of which 2'.) were Erie, 24.000 Lake Shore, 14)0 Northwestern. St. Pauls, 27,700 Wesbrn Union, 31,003 IMaware. Lacka waniui and Western, 40,000 New Jersey Central, 4V Michife-an Central, and 7200 D laware and IIud-ii. Clofiiif; quotations: Wctem Union telegraph. 71Jij; Quicksilver, 13; yi;akiiler piefrred, 2J; Pacific Mail, v5; AJaripa, 4,'j; Mariposa pre ferred, 4. '4; Adaius Express, 101; Wells & Fargo Express couipany, 3; American Ex-pre-i comi'imy, ;-; United States Ex pws oonipany. 51?.; New York Central, 101; Erie. Erie preferred, 18; Har lem, 14'.; IL.nein preferred, 136; Mich igan Cent.nii, 45i g ; Panama, 22; Union 1'aciSc stock, 6-"; Jike Shore, 52; Illinois Central, 52; Cleveland and Pittsburg, 92 Af; Northwestern, 3:; North western preferred, 52; Cleveland, Col umbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis, 27; New Jers'-y Central, 17Tg; Rock Island, lOIJi; St. Paul, St. Paul preferred, 4Si; Wabash, 74; Fort Wayne, 101; Terre Haute. 103'; Terre Haute prefer red, 113;; Chicago and Alton, 101; Clu cafo and Alton preferTcd, 110; Ohio and Misrinsippi, 6 '4; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, GS3-; Atlantic and Pacific tele graph, l'Pg; Mi-K-ouri Pacific, 1024 ; Indiana Centr.1l.2i4 : ('biciiiro, Burlington andQuincy, 13: IJanniUiI nrd St. Joseph, 11J; Central Pacidt bond", Union Pacilic bonds, 4; Union I'aciti; land grants, 102; Union Pacific sinkintj fund, 97. COTTOX. The cotton market yesterday had a muck brighter lookt the telegranis were animating; Liverpool was higher and New Orleans was higher, and the general tone of the markets was good. In car market there was a fair demand, while holders were all strong and many asked higher prices. The market closed with a strong and confident feeling. The New York lUtlletin, of Wednesday, reports: 'Exporte.s have been virtually out entirely and the wants of spinners were neither large or of a charatnor calculated to indues the dis play of wiy unusual amount of interest. Holders have apparently met the demand without much hesitation, and the supply available would have admitted of a larger buiini without much of an efi'ort, but there ws an aba.-nc-J of pressure to realize in any ewe, and ii a general way prices were atout stea ly. options thero lias been consider able irregularity ut a higher range of values, but not a remarkably larje amount of business tmn -acted, and the ope rations appealed to develop consid erable manipulation, especially on the side of the buli' interest. Early in the day a somewhat lx'tter indication through the cable on arrivals out at laverpool gave a start to tinnnet-s and opined rates a fraction higher, with a t-UU further impetus given, and another ad lit'-m uru!.; to values by a rush among a few frightened 'shorts' to cover. The Gill at the b-is.-iier tiifjres, however, was not liberal by any meuis, and with the port receipU looming up full again the feeling weakened, and tl.en a downward turn set in, which was fur her aided by the less discour aging accounts faora abroa.L" Yattmiv. Day Irftrrt. Ovtlnar t710lj nflOla o'.nrj (71H4 trill Lur mia.lllnjf ff!l&s 711." M .Wlln r 12 rM2 i o-1 lu'.i.iiln ri2Vl S12lj MiJ.i'l(iij fr .71314 rM3'4 CluiiUns lOAj-illls 10tail8 Tlie ciarket was sbiady. Sales, 1500 bales, cf whiih espcrtrrs took .VjO, spLqners 100"), and speculators bsdes. CXjTTON" BTATEMKNT. Cotton Excbuisb February 10. Ptoek Septembw 1. l7il Keee!Ti since laul si.v!ejient.... 1.RS3 UeoeiTed iTevljusly 32.,111 B.403 32rt.SPt 332,31'7 279.042 FblpreJ hln.-e lrt stament Slilttil pretlo-iiij tocic at noon this axt LMFOBT3. Thas fir this wr Ttliui I ir l.il wee.... heoelred previously 1.501 27s,a51 E2.465 .. 1.SK.1 .. 1.714 ..32V.H4 Meirpnls an.l Ci) jrlt'Vm railroad "77 Mtsslvtippt find iimiiwiwi mmajwU 401 Louirville. Nashrtlle sad ti't JjouUiem B. Ii. 2o-t Palucaa and Menifhls railmoKl. HO Memphis and Llitie lioci railroad 2-." fcu- siu-r 274 Wag'Hu a .d othr sourssi 100 TotI receipts to-d.iy EXPORTS. Thus fir thl wf k . . Tlim f;ir i.itt Kt:K blnos Sepiciaber ltd 1.8JCJ i.rti 2,IIH'. 7H.1W2 2 MemphU and O.irlton nllroail l(li. MK-Kv:piil ,iid liiiw-we r.-.i:rual 74 Lodit.ilit.-, Niiurtlle and li't 'uLhern fi. B. Kll Ry nil north 1.517 By nil south 74 Toul iL'.puier.U to-day 1 XV 1 I BY TELEGRAM. The following are the official telegrams of "t'lC condition of the domestic markets as re ceivel at the cotton tsehange: Tt"';razm. Mark I. Rtt'ptt Sale. Middling. Haireston 8ta.iy. 1.77M 12U fiew orle&riS-.. Sinm. 4,4.t7' 121 Mobile Klrm. 1,152: 121 Bnrtinnah Hrm. tls. 1&h Chrlam Hrm. l,047i ! Wilmington Did!. .'IaV 12 Norfolk Hrm. 3,tW2j 12U Ha'tlmore Klrm. 1 12 New York Heady. 70- 12v horton lilit. l.M2:r 121m HhlladeipfcU .. F irm. 741' 13 Ht. LoiiU.... . niifhr. f.Hili 121s Ai'tA Hrm. 4 ..... 12 l exter-lay s New i or cioaiiitf telejrrvuii re- portii: rrainary, 11 J-lbc; grood ordinary, 11 IVl'x;: low middhnsr. 123C: middlinjf. 1'iJ.o: ood middling. 13c. Tone of the marKet: At 19:30, quiet; 12:15, quiet and steady; 2:15, no report; 3:10, quiet and steady. Sales. 530 bales. The following are the closing rat in New York futures for yesterday and the dav liefore: I Uuy trfvrt. Jnn..... 1 ?.... 13 J.V!ai2 31-32 12 13-lrt?127u Marrh . lH JVT2 113 l-2i? 13 -32 April. ..i: !l'i4'7i "V 11 Mm i:n-l 5-ltWi:iij JuiML...ii:i V-i -f2 !lP?i:i ll-l Jul. .;l.J l.Mil3 27 32 1 f Il l'.'I w .13 11: :134r?13 13-1HI .:i3 n-TJ-tlS 19-32 13 1.V32.J13 17-32 .13 T-32ir 1 3U 1 1 3' 1 3 3 1 .,13 1-32.713 1-16 !12 2'-:J ? 12 31-32 1 3'7 1 3 1 -1 1 1 a 2iKJ27 1 2 3 1-32 All.. Nov.. Tone of the market: 10:15, tinner: 10:45. steadier; 12:30. firm; 1:30, quiet and steady; 2:15, quiet and hrm; 3:15, barely steady. Sales, 26,61.0 bales. New Orleans telegrams firm: M:irk.'t steady at 12ijc for middling; receipts, 15.3'j"i Dales; sales, b.uOV bales. lesterdavs Liverpool closing telegram re ports: Active and firmer: middling uplands. 6 1 1-lGd; Orleans 67d. Sales, 15,j0 bal.-s, of hich 10.500 was American; received, bales, of which 4.100 was American. Liverpool telegrams reported arrivals ;.t 12:.'0 opened weaker, then became steadier; delivery. February and March, 6 fad; .darch and April. 6?.f. 6 25-321: Arrd and May. 6 20-32d; May and June, 6 15-16d; June ana July, d; ahipment, January ana reb ruarv, 6?4d. At 1:05, delivery, March and April, 6 13-I6d: May and June. 6 31-y2d; June and July. 7 l-32d. At 2:30, arrivals were firm: delirent. April and May. Gl-J-lCd; June and July, 7 1-1 Gd. At three o'clock, delivery. May and June, 7d; July and Au- jnwt, 7itfd; thivmtnt, February and March, 6 l .V16d. The movement at the porta was reported as follows: I Tte I Vut frtmeTuji I Wfc wk. UuA Yfir. dee U since Frlilay 15,:WH 27.471 15.S11I Ki p'ts to (i. Britain 2l,r,tl lo.KU 10,4'.J7 Kxp'tetoContlnent H.(4 3,107 11.0:17 atoefc. HKi.HM BHii.lWl KWfl.40 GENERAL AND PRODUCE. The large number of visitors in tlie city aid to give general business a con sul era ble degree oi acuviiy; me nne weatner is aiso iavorawe. Corn is in good demand at the present rates, which snow a little tendency ' to improve: sales of fO sacks at 42c. at 4. and i 20 at 44ULOTirtoTT-, (ir.iot. w- newer inquiry ; saies oi iu kk, iig.ii mu, at 40 sacks, brown seed, at oOc; in store, 50c 55c including seed oais. Bran not of fering: m store. tK)ii!'"c per 100 pounds. liny plentiful, with moderate demand; 6ales of 120 bales at 1 12 50, 100 bales at 12 75, 113 bales at $13, 00 bales at W 50. Corn meal dull and lower, 2 40(" 2 4-". Potatoes unchanged and firm : sale of "200 barrels, rus sets and peerless at i'-i 50. Onions quiet at $5 50(26. Cabbage, 2) per 100. L'qas in excessive supply, and prices low; some deal ers iook wnat tney coma get; tne genenu price was 12(2 l-3c, with here and there 14c for fresh country. Butler quiet, 20c: ex tra. higher. Chicken unchanged at $'2&'-i. with occasionally t'-i 25 for superior, all hens. Turkeys, fl0 15 per dozen; dressed. Iik(51oc. lams yellow, f 2(3 2 2-J. 7r tiiD, flW(iei,oper barrel. Horseradish, f i per barrel. Carrots, 2 50 per barrel Parsnips, $2 50 per barrel. Beets, $2 50 per barrel. Cranbemes, $10(2 12 per barrel Oranges, $9 50. Lemons, $5. CocoantUs, $ 0 per hundred. Peanuts, 26c lor red; white Dred frutt apples. 4-4( 5c: peaches, peeled, 18c. Beans choice navy, $2 7o3 per bushel: common navy, $1 50(32 25 per bushel. Stock peas, $1 252 1 50. Green peait,$l 852a bushel. Hotn- tny, $3 7&. Writs, $4. Pearl barley, 0d$ G4o a pound. Oatmeal, b(b4c per pound, Cracked wheat, 5(2 6c per pound. Pickles, J per nan-barrel. Vi'ier. silKrflUoU a barrel. Beef quarters, ixA 3c for fore, and 4(oc for hind. Hogs city dressed, 7(7lsc; country dressed, 67c. Sheep, 6(7c per lb. by Uie aircass. Pig s Jeet, $2 per keg; half barrels, $4. sparerihs, 7ac per pound Bologna sausages, 8Jc per pound. Mince mtat, 11c per pound. JItad Cheese, 10c per pound. Holland hemngs, $1 00 a barrel. BtKkute' Wholesale Cash Prices. OKaanber of Commerce dftcial Statement. FLOTJB Hbrher: suoerflne. 8: double extra. 6 75: trebie extra. S7 50: choice family. fl zorr ou; rancy, ior per pn. uittSMKAi Kiin-ani. s-' risnca 7B perorL CORN Firm: mixed. 473 48c: white. 4824'JCDer UATS-rirm: mixed. &wro:je: wnito. firSnc: rt-i wea. noc er DiLsn : seea. uro.vn or diock. mix ed, 70(i 72c; pure black, scarce, 70iZ75c BBAJJ OuleU VOo. IiAY Fair demand and steady: choice western. Ii irrin: pnune, nouiinany io; mixeo, sioa 1 4. BACON (Loose) Breakfast, 12ii?13c; sugar eu;ed hams, uncanased, i;ji214c; packed, ifcc? Ike hbrber. BULK POEK'Xoose) Hleher: shonlders.accordlni! 10 aire. 7c: ioiik clear, aceordina to aire. Hlac: eiear no, according 10 age, 51140: clear aides, ao- eordln; to aire, vnjc: hams, according to age, 10c pscxea, ip,r'4C niner. musa ruKi-Mosj porw.neavy. yis wiiis 75. LARD In tierces. llkrT12c: kees. 11 UK4)c; uftii-uumfis, 1 : lc ; pans, LZifT LiiO. BALING STUFFS Firm: baflne, S! ana 214 lb., 12iri2lAc: baling twine. 13ai4c: Iron tles.ftU2 6i5; pieced ties, 4e. MACaJsBL Half-barrnts. Ko. I.-87R0: half- barrels. No. 2, t 5t; half-barrels. No. 8, 85 50; kits. No. 1, $1 50; kits. No. 2, SI 30; kits, no. n, i id. WHTTEFL3H Half-barrels. 5 nOftfl. OOFFEB lirdloary. 2(Aa?21c: fair, 21721M; gooa, zarzzisc: pnine. z:-fr23iic; cnoice, Z4c; Java, KOe: Cordova, 22f?22t2C KICK Firm: ordinary to choice. 6eT7c SUUAK LOUIiiUNA In hhtts.. firm: fair, fie: fuily fair. Blc: prime, ftic: choice. 10c: yel low clarified, 1131 Hac; white clarified, 12iil2i4e; barreled, Vie higher. bUuAB REFINED Kenned A. 121ic: crashed and powdered, 13c; granulated, i:jc; cut loaf, 13ic. NEW MOLASSES Common. 40c: fair. 4577! 4He; prime, 62234c; strictly prime, 55c; choice, STKUF8 common to fancy, 40&85C SALT CoanM and common One. In barrels. Si A5: dairy. In barrels. S2 75ir4: Liverpool coarse. In sacks. SI 2531 iiO; Liverpool fine, in sacks, 1 50 iri rtu. soaf Besiu and Oerman. BSHVuc: Latllne's. 8i?rtle. CA N DLK8 Boxes, foil weight, 15ai5J&c; halt 00 x, 10c; quaner oox, lngc. bTAKCU 4zrcper id. WHISKY K5c?$4 per gallon. LIMK SI 3531 5( per barret CEiLKNT Louisville. 32 25: Bosedale. S2 75 Der carreu itfjCULENTS AND FRUrTa Apples, nominally. per barrel, $2 60c? 3; lemons, per box, 5 50?H; oranges, per barrel, SlOa lO 50; potatoes. per barrel, S3 7o4 50; cabbage, per crdte, 8536; beans, per ousnei, 9 nytan; anea apples, banc siiscitLLAASULS Butter western table. eholoe, 3033oc; Inferior, 12Mj320c; eggs, 15e; nans, per aeg, iu; vinegar, per gallon, l325c: tobacco, per lb. 4frnoc: sDlce. lAs: peuper, 20c: aardlnes, SloSlo 50: oysters. 1 lb. 80c3Sl; oysters, 2 lb, $1 K032; coal-oll, UHc; matches, S7: cotton-rope. 18c; grass-rope. 1 2 W? iaa; powder, kee, 8a 85; shot, patent, S2 40 ui ou; Boua, ecs, oc; soaa. cases, oc; cueese, l4",Scioc; new raising, wax ou. I BY TELEGRAPH. CHICAGO. February 10. Flour firm. Wheat in fair demand at lower rates; No. 2 spring, $1 5U!, cash; $1 .52,. April. Corn dull and a shade lower. 41 JiC. Oats dull and nominal, il534"c. Fork dull, weak and lower, $1j t(WlJ SW, cash; flo !W bid, Alarch. Iard dull and lower, 10.75(3 10.95, cash; 11.05 asked April. Bulk meats steady. Whisky, $1 05. LOUISVILLE, February 10. Flour quiet; extra, $5 25(g5 50; family, $5 75(e 6 50. Wheat steady; red, $1 4-5. Corn firm, 41 43c. Oats in active demand, 40'43c. Hay quiet, $ll(ii 12. Pork in lair demand, $17(17 25. Bulk meats nominal, 6.326t H(a9,&c. Bacon scarce and firm, 7m, iMHl'fc- Sugar-cured hams, 12liac. Lard firm; tierce, 11 c; keg, 12 l413c. WMsky, $1 05. Baggin J steady, lUjC. CINCINNATI, February 10. Flour quiet but firm. Wheat quiet; red, $1 45(3 1 52. Corn in fair demand, 41 (a44c. Oats in good demand, :!6(S 42c. Pork dull and nominal, $16 50. Lard dull; steam, 10.65c bid, 10.75c asked; kettle, ll(llc. Bulk meats quiet, but firm, 6.25, 8.70( S.75c Bacou dull and lower, 1, 9?i(Qa'3c. Whisky, $105. Butter dull; common to grxxl Indi ana and Ohio, 123(3 15c. Hogs quiet, $5 25 (6 50; receipts, 115; shipments, 3" J5. ST. LOUIS, February 10. Flour firm; suprfine fall extra, $5( i 25; fall. $5 50m 5 to; fall double extra, $b(6 50; fall treble extra, $6 757. Wheat buyers and sellers apart; no transactions. Corn higher: No. 2, S,c. Outs firm, a5J(s:15;c. Whisbv. $1 06. Pork opened ea-sier at $16 25 bid. and closed at $16 50. Lard none offered. Balk meatx quiet, buyers and sellers apart; no sales exix-pt for jobbing. Bacon quiet, 7,lf, 9HaJ);jc. lios sU-ady, $5 25(S6 20; receipts, 700 head. NEW ORLEANS, February 10. Flonr snperane, $5("6; treble extra, $7(S 25. Corn in good demand at full prices, 5:3 ni 56c. Onts hrm; CrAit-na, 4-xx. Cuuuuod, $2 75. Hay prime, $17; choice, $1. Pork, $17 75. Lard tierce, HllAc; keg, 11U 12c. Bulk meats. 6?s(j?6M, ?;Kfe9c. litcon jobbing at lO 10?4'c- Whisky, $108. Cof- leee K10 cargoes, ia,'4(?2J;,4c. bugar act ive but not quotably higher; inferior, b(a 6;c; common to good common, 7(374C; fair to fully fair, 8(38?ac; prime to choice, bJa"'- Molasses uull and nominal; common. .V)uf 32 c; centrifugal, 25(d:35e: l';ur, 35(a37c; prune to choice, 4J':i.jOc. Ilice ordinary to choice, 4J(ft6e. Bran, 85c. NEW YORK. February 10 Hour less doing. heat quiet, but steady, v.-ith lim ited speculation and muling demand, i-hip- pers out; No. 2 Chicago, in store, $1 4:1. Corn new lower, with very limited demand; new nuxed, .:4)(-ioic. Jit3 dull; common grades of heavy mixed western and State, :39it54c. Coffee quiet. Sugar quiet and weak; prime, S.liC; retined easier, at ll1 llsc. Mollis . -a quitt. but steady. Petro leum dull and nominal: crude, lllc; re fined, 26?4'c. Pork dull and lower; new m-K. $10 75ir16 K. 1'iddleg steady, a 87b'?3,SiC. Lard iet, t: steady; prin. steaim, $11 15. Later heavy; western, 12!j. :30c. Chese firm, 7(5l4?jc. Whisky, $1 07. DRY (iOODS. (BY TELEGRAPH. ffc. V lURK, February V). business is molerate with commission houses. Cotton fjooJs in steaily demand, and hrm. uennus in livid. suiidIv. l'rints in fair demand and teady. ltichmond pink prints advanced c, Dress goods more active. Men's-wear wool ens in demand and steady. Foreign goods quiet. BIVER NEWS. Weather mad Hirer Chronicle, Warm, clear, and prospects bright for a continuance of the same blessing. The fol lowing table and dispatches tell all about the rivers: Omm Sighal fiKRTifTt On O. 8. A., 1 Mkmpbis. Fbrosry IO. 3 P.M. ( Abo low water. ChanKs. BTATIOSS. Fall Keet lncaea:lncb inches 22 8 ZH 4 27 . ...... ...... ""k" "16" "16" 8 11 22 "11 i" "2" 1 1 4 5 7 3 1 5 7 13 5 3 11 6 8 33 ! Cairo ClnclnnwL Davenport. DiuHiaue Heietm. Ark Keukuk Lrawnwtwth... Little Hook L'lulsville. :. Slemnhli N.-uih Wilis New Orleans... Plltsbunt dhreveport. St. Louts. VIcksburg Below high water mark. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS TESTBRDAT. Time. Rain Fall. Weather. tf:41 a-rn. S:43 p.m. 10rt p.m. .OO .IN) .00 Clear. Clear. Clear. Maximum thermometer, iSS deg. Minimum thermometer, 37 d. W. M'LKOY. Benteaul Slg. Ser. V.S.A. By Telerraph. Louisville, February 10 Night. Warm and clear. River falling; 11 feet 2 inches. New Orleans, February 10 Night. Arrived: C. B. Church, Ohio river. Depart ed: J. F. Tolle, St. Louis. Clear and cool. Evansvtlle, February 10 Night. Clear. Mercury .'W to 54 deg. River 22 and 9-10 feet and rising slowly. Up: Silver Thorn, 5 p.m. Business light. ViCKsncRO, February 10 Night. River tell 16 inches in tae last forty-eight hours Clear and pleasant. Up: City of Vicksburg ana uoiaen Ituie. Uown : bherlock. I r ... r-i in vr -n: f llrt nraSftf. wektner cfJAr and pleasant Night. River 6 feet 3 inches and Weather clear and mild. Cincinnati. February 10 Noon. River tailing. veather hazy JSight. 23 leet and falling. Arrived : Hawk, New Orleans. Departed: Vint Shinkle, Memphis; Charles Morgan," New Orleans. Clear and pleasant. Caiho, February 10 Noon. Arrived Cons Millar, Memphis, 10 p.m.: Canitol Citv, St. Louis, 4 a.m. ; Gold Dust, New Orleans, 8 a.m. Departed: bchenck and Belle of shreve- port, ISew Orleans, 11 p.m.; Cons Millar, l"incinnati, 11 p.m; Capitol City, Vicksburg, 7 a.m.; Gold Dust, Louisville, 10 a.m. The Howard is loading here for New Orleans, to leave bunday. Ulear W lght. Arrived Stanard, St. Lous, 8 p.m. Departed: Stan- ard, New Orleans, 8 p.m. River 22 feet and rising. Ulea. Mercury 43 deg. Movements at the Iievee. ARRIVALS. Grand Tower, ick.sburg, Ruth, "White river; Osceola Uelle, Ashport; A.J. White, r nars romt. DEPARTURE8. Grand Tower, St. Louis: Ruth, Tiite A. J. White river; Osceola llelle, Asbport; Friars Point. BOATS DUE. Belle Memphis, Andy Daum, Mary Hous ton, Coahoma, PhilAllin, liard Dash, Illi nois, Ella, Osceola, Capitol City, Utah, U. P. Schenck, Belle of Shreveport, E. O. Stanard, Governor Garland, A. C. Donally, Golden Rule, Robert Mitchell. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAT. New Orleans Belle of Shreveport, Cogs well, master, ten a.m. Vicksburg Capitol City, Janies O'Neal, master, ten a.m. New Orleax? Mary Houston, Chas. Mil ler, master, five p.m. MOATS LEAVING MONDAY. St. Louis Ste. Genevieve, Sam M'Phee- ters, master, five p.m. Receipts Yesterday, A. J. White 73 bales cotton. 7 bags seed- cotton, 417 sacks cotton-seed and 8 pkgs Bun dries. Osceola Belle 201 bales cotton, 1G3 bags seed-cotton, 775 sacks cotton-seed, 896 sacks corn, 1 1 head hogs, 'i head catue ana a lot ot sundries. Ruth Brought out of White river 800 bales cotton, 21 sacks cotton-seed, 133 sacks corn, 7 bales dry hides, 16 dry hides, 20 boxes eggs, 3 head cattle and 60 pkgs sundries. Levee Paragraphs. Business fair. Awful lot of folks in town already. The local packets will lay over until after Mardi Gras. Several boats due had not arrived up to dark last night. lhe tinliert Mitohell iu duo to-morrow from New Orleans. The A. J. White departed last evening for Friars Point with a fair trip. The Ruth departed last evening for White river with a good trip of freight and passen gers. Don't you forget it. There's gomg to be oodles ot fun in this town during the next three days. lhe Grand lower, from ickst)urgnrof to St. Louis, added at the elevator 524 bales 01 cotton tor eastern markets. The Osceola Belle departed for Ashport last evening with a good trip. She returns Mon day, with a grand Mardi-Gras trip. V l. T.ii l t c Aru:.. -:..- A lit; J l U Lll HllOCU UUIj Ul V 111W 1IIU terdav morning with over nine hundred bales of cotton and her cabin crowded with pas sengers. The James D. Parker departed for Cincin nati with 518 bales cotton, 450 barrels oil, 33 bales paper stock, a lot of sundries, and 30 passengers. New Orleans Times, Friday: "The Caron- delet brought in another big trip, including 5204 bales cotton, 5700 sacks seed, and 159 barrels oil." Tlie Capitol City, Captain James O Neal, is the Anchor-line packet this morning at ten o'clock for Vicksburg and all way landings. Mr. 11. Deiterck is her clerk. The Ste. Genevieve, Captain Sam M'Phee- teTs, is the Anchor-liner for St. Louis and all way landings Monday evening, at five o'clock. Mr. C. D. Carroll is her clerk. The elegant passenger packet Mary Hous ton, Cantain Charles Miller, is announced to 1 . 1: : l ' i l. c xT r leave uiis evening ui iivu o cioco. iui new vi leans. Elliott Miller is her clerk. Tracy 8 balloon will be inflated at the gas works and towed out to Olympic park Mon day morning. This chronicler will take a cruise through the upper deep Monday after noon." Packets arriving to-day and to-morrow will augment the already great throng of Eleasure-seekers to immense proportions, and otels and boardinghouses are reaping rich harvests. Visitors to the city arriving by steamers are cautioned against the operations of thieves, pickpockets and confidence imps, who will swarm around when an unsophisticated mor tal can be taken in for all his spare change. We are informed by telegram irom Man- anna, from Clerk E. Roher, of the Osceola, that that packet will arrive in Memphis to- morrow, bringing one hundred Mardi-Gras excursionists and four hundred bales of cot ton. Everybody assumes to be a weather prophet. ami there is a remarkable unity ot opmion that the weather, at present so balmy and spring-like, will continue until after the Mardi-Gias festival is over. We hope we are all prophet. lhe Andy Uaum, Illinois, Usceola lielle. Belle of Texas, Ste. Genevieve, Phil Allin, Hard Ca.h, Ella, Osceola, City of Vicksburg, 1 and A. J. White will arrive Monday, loaded down with excursionists, who are bent on interviewing the king in spite of the croakers. Several prominent marines have given in their names as managers and to act on the various committees in charge of the bal musaite which comes off at the Greenlaw Op- erahouse after the Soldene performance is over. It promises to be one of the select af fairs of the occasion. Sfc?amboatraen want to know whether the abolishment of the city charter win lower or increa-e wharfage rates, and Pat Kallaher is mLxioiu about. iLi eflVit on the aiVtcp. of wharf- I master. He hopes it will have the effect to I increase the number of arrivals, and proton? the stay of every steamboat, so he can bull doze them for extra wharfage. little Rock Gazette, Friday: "The nver is coming right up, the gauge at dark last nig-ht showing nearly six feet in the channel, being a risejof three and one-half feet in the Iat twenty-tour hours. 2io arrivals or de partures yesterday. Kees Pritchard & Co. yes terday received a dispatch Irom Captain td. Rowland, ot the steamor uovernor Uarland, then at l'ine Bluff, asking the condition of the nver, which was telegraphed him. As noth ing more was heard on the subject, it is sup POsd that xsowlani turned the bow of the Giirlmd down stream, as he has a good chance to pick up a Mardi-Gras trip to Mem phis Q. H. HOLST. T. W. HOL8T. G. XI. IIOtiST & BBO. UNDERTAKERS, ?Iain, opp. I'eabody Hotel. A LWAT9 en hand, a large assortment of Metallic L ca.4en ana aaaeus, aim vtuuuou vouiiia, t ev-!7 deticripUon. MT-urdera by telegraph psomptly filled, and Caoes shipped UU.D. Bar. Ther. Wind. 30.222 3S N. rtO.llH)! r.7 N.W. 3l.2'12! 4i Calm. Ti C rCytfffp Porous Plasters! trAU for ALU OCKt. and obtain th.em.aJDd mo avoid miKrrahlelniitalioi!!. B. UKAMIHKTU. Pret. Ofllee. 14 Canal Hlrrrl. ikew V-l4. PItEJSCKIIT'lX FJUKK. TTjX)B lhe speedy cure of Seminal Weakness, Lost J.1 Mannooo, ana an aisomers Drougiit on tiT It- dlMretlon or excess. Ang dnifin--t hn the lngredl- enta. Address, ua. javi f- CO.. fit neinnatl. OWn Assignee's Notice. BT virtue of a deed of assignment exeeutsd by Messrs. Mi-Kee 4 Barchus. to me, thl22d daj of Janwiry, lh77, for the benefit of all their cred itors, notice Is hereby clven thnt I ha-e taken chaiye of the assets of said firm. Including tht-ir stock of MUllnerj and Fancy iiHMls, together with their book, accounts, choses In action, etc. All creditors of (wild firm will flle their claims with me as soon as practicable; and all persons Indebted to said linn are requested to call and settle without delay. JOHN W. (iRAHAM, Assignee. Msmphls. January 22. 1x77. I ESTABLISHED 1840. J. & J. STEELE & 00. GROCERS -AND- COTTON FACTORS No. 1 Exchange Building, 168 Front street, Memphis, Tennesseo Are prepared to handle WHEAT on commis sion. Sacks furnished on orders. MOORE, BASSETT & CO., LU5IBSR DEULESS, Jfos. 351 and 353 Second St., Memphis. CD O o CD 3 CP 3 o O O CD -1 Ayer's Hair Vigor, ForKESTOROTG CRAY IIAIR To Its Katnral Vitality and Color. Advancing years, sick ness, care, disappoint ment, and hereditary predisposition, all turn the hair gray, and either or ineiu incline it to sned prematurely. ATKR'S xiAIK VIGOR. i-aX by 1 muse, Vtvstop Pmhair ; 'SArene long and extensive nas proven that it 4 stops the falling of the ..vonair immediately; olten tC?3S&iV;'l'5-s su !,T77j9iMi Us color, w! SrSKOT ' gray. list surely restores S"Tvi.7?rr' gray. It stimulates the nutritive onrans to healthy activity, and preserves both the hair and Its beauty. Thus brashy, weak or sickly hair becomes glossy, pliable and strength ened; lost hair rejrrows with lively expression; fall ing hair is checked and suiblkhed: thin hair thick ens; and faded or gray hair resume their original color. Its operation Is sure and harmless. It cures dandrun, heals all humors, and Keeps the scalp cool clean and soft under which conditions diseases ol the scalp are Impossible. As a dressing for ladles hair, the Viuob Is praised for Its grateful and agreeable perfume, and valued tor tne son luster anp richness or tone it Imparts. PRXP&RKD BT DR. J. C AVEK 4t CO. Lowell. Has.. rraetleal ana Analytical Chemists. HFHold by all Druggists and Dealers In Medicine. SMITH &. WESSON'S Sew Itfodel 38 Calibre. Ejoctoi NOW READY. For convenience, nowcr nd accuracy, it is vuenumieit. if yonr mfln-l.iRt ao icrj tnem, order iti roctfrom the Agency, T.' Chnmfprm St. 3 A3. FLAHEBTT. J. J. SULLIVAN. Flaherty & Sullivan, &3 UNDERTAKERS, 317 Second Street, near 3Ionroe METALLIC AND WOODEN BURIAL CASES and Caskets. Elegant Robes, Gents' Suits anil CoRln Trimmings. Onlers by telegraph sent promptly C. O. D. Special attention paid to embalming. Robt. Lewis & Co., Memphis Boiler Works. New and Second-hand Boilers always on hand. Steamboat and .Plantation work promptly attended to. FOOT ADASIS ST., ME-VPHIS. TEXJf. Public Lunch Rooms. THE Managers of the Church Home will open their Lunch Kcoms, at No. 99 Slain Street, next to the Peabody hotel, on SATURDAY morning, February 10th, and will supply eatables to the public during the Carnival festivities. fes) Vlrrf !m. of TOnthfnl ImnntilnnM wKa have tried in vain every known rt-nu'dy wUl learn of a simple prescription, Ht'.tL for the ppeedy cure of nervous debility premature decav. lost nunhioj, anil all disorders brommt on bv frr'f.. i. druBKint has the ineredientii. Addrt-ss ATIBSUJI fc CO.) 86 Na&p St., f. V- JOHN POOL, BEES B. EDMONDSON, Memphis, Tenn. Late a. u. cwaior. Law Office, 507 Twelfth gtreet, Washington, D. C. "T1T1LL practice In all the Courts of the District cl V V Columbia. Su ore me Court of the United States. Court of Claims, and before the Executive Depart ments of the HovemmenL Prompt attenunn giver, to the Collfiotlon of Y.iim' otri2 JNO. REID, BUILDER 32G Second Street. rar-STAIRS A SPECIALTY. Estimates made for parties having losses by fire, or any -ork In my line. PIKCR J KW'EIKV COIIBIVATIIfV Ol T Henta' elegant V.'ntcb-Chalii, Uold-Plated-Sleeve Buttons, Collar-Biitlons. S-t of Spiral Studs, Plain Hint;, and initiation Coral Scari-Pm. Complete-sample lots. "2." cents; 12 loU, 82. Special teru - i-enU. BRlI'i ft CO.. Iti? -'-dv.-ay. N. Y. CJO'i"J.'0f SJJKi3-l iyJtolJcJB For Salo AT SOUTS1EIIX Ol J WORKS DRUG STORE FOR Q T JS. I OFFER the Stock, Fixtures and Furniture or the well known Drug House of C. C. WARD BKO. at private sale duiing tlie next thirty days, ana win afford great Inducements to those desirous of en gaging In the dm? business. The Iru(? Store has been established for tlie past twenty years, and the location la considered the bet In the city. For particulars and other Information address K. U. WARD, Trustee, 215 Main St., opposite Worsfaam House. Memphis. STEAM-ENGINES! More sffectlve and mora complete, and more readily adapted to the various me chanical and agricultural use than any other in the tuaiket. Practical improvement accu mulated fruui twenty years vr-;'1 Mi .fciwim rtiuiaiion mainiainea k.mmiammmal0 :u iu(-iv established. Send for Clrculiiro, uecr1pt!v, and containing tv tlinonlalHna conoernlour Fortalilr. Kijitiou&ry and AKrarirnltul Kteam-KagiHS. Wood, Tabor & Morse, Katen. lUdlHa Co Sew Ycrk. r 1 .1 u:...u - L'uShb. :.L's::r 1 s Sash jL, -: fe tH1 j AND . 1 3L!riDS SBu'HIS g K & Sr .. : at a . V-. "SjB 1 rr V-rs, .4 t w ' . .T"-T O "S rS 9 r P ; ; : ! I I Li U 9 Oi j I - - - ; iiS .VI JOHN LILLY, IMPORTER AM) DEALEB IN WINES, LIQUORS AX1 CI i AltS, 14 I'nlon titreet. Jlrmpbls, Truiifsiirr, J. A. SIMMONS 3 Ifladison Pit, Hemphia, Gen'l Insurance Agent Representing the following reliable Companies: .Wnalns. Co. of Hartford assets f 7.000,000 .ruoMiix i us. 10, oi jaanroni 2,4M7.f.tl h nu, kiln Hre Ins. Co.. Philadelphia :j,:i0x,8''4 In.urance Co. of North America 5.1H7.547 Sprinplield F. and M. Ins. Co.,Springfield 1,515,72 Amazon Ins. Co., Cincinnati 1,000,000 Menrantlle Mutual (Marine! Ins. Co..N. Y. 1 iwui iumi f5t!' Marine and Inland risks covered under cer- inicaiesoi me insurance company of North Amer lea, and losses made payable, at the option of a- suren. in i.onuon, ans, Antwerp, Bremen and ManiDurg. ORGANIZED IN 1S46. Connecticut Mutual Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, C0XXECTICFT. Assets, : : $43,494,650 Surplus'fviprrd.4,C04,851 Sk Dividend rmism 2,543,556 C8 Ratio of expense of management to receipts in 1875 7-55 percent. Policies in fnrr rkTwrnW 31 1S7S. ert.iKm, lusuring 3185,076,842 CO Amount of Losses paid at Mem phis Agency 812,696 00 JA3IKH GOODWIS... JACOB Jj. UREEXG.. JOIHX SI.TAYLOS .. President Secretary ..Ass't Seeretaxj- Tas. !S. Carpenter & Co. Gen'l Agents for Tennessee, Menipliis Tfnpesaep. The Rheumatic CUKED IX JfO TIXE. DiSTANi NEOU3 BELIEF. Irjee Two o Jars per Bottle. TTHOLESALE Druggists will receive samples V V free of charge, in order to try same on poor peuyie. ao agents. Auoress direct HER3IAXX COIIEX, Claemift, ana o Cwlur Street, flew York. French Importation of Fiovers. MON3. PELLEKCE Informs the lovers of orna mental plants that he has lust arrived from Paris with the largest and richest collection of nlunts ever Imported, and unsurpassed In elegance and newTHriety. Canielias, Peonia, Azalea last novel ties ot roses; rult Trees ot every kind, some of the fruit weighing three pounds; Olgnons and Bulbous Flowers, etc.. etc. some remaining six months in bloom. For sale at very low prices at No. 355 Main street, merupms, leun. H. CASSIDY & CO. No. 05 Camp St., Xew Orleans) ESTABLISHED 1836. Sail-makers, Awning Manufact'is AND Cotion 5uc5c Affeiits! Where can be found the best assortment of Cottcri Duck In the South. Also. Plain and Fancy Awnfi:v Stripes, Awnings, Window aud Door Shades, Gal lery curtains, etc AVU-fix HP.. .... millnu way una n agou hovers. We have always on hnnd a large assortment of French and English Bunting for Flags. Having maaeuie nianuiactunng ot Xlags a siieclalty for J IL , . i, .1 V. Jill 1 1 1 11 MIIIDIimill, ruiciKH UUUDtill description of Fancy Flitgn.at lower prices, tlian any house In this country, we also give special at tention to the gsttlng-up of every description ot nam, iancy and Embroidered mlk 1-lasrH and Banners. We would call specl.tl attention to our BAG FACTORY. We have on hand a laree stock of Colfre. dir&in. Kiee, Wool and otiterMacks. which we make to order. In any quantity, and we defj com petition irom any quarter. t3? We have Cotton Duck, suitable for Cotton Covers and Tarpaulins, of the following widths: ' iiicue.t. ou. oz. rwj. i, fuana nu incnes. CIEAJ9PION PLOWS! PORTER, TATI.OK A CO, AGESTM. COOK'S New Map of Memphis TN order to supply a want long felt, I have, at a j consiueranie outlay, made a nsw maD or the city of Memphis, embracing all the newest subdi visions, railway connections, and all other general information to make the same as perfect as possi- uie, reuuKruiK n a usemi aujunci in every ousiness ofnee. The size of the map Is 2 feet 6 Inches by 3 feet a portable and convenient size. Mr. WILLIAM C. COGHLAN. who Is my Agent, will wait on the citizens to take their subscrlptl'irus, Irom whom I trust a liberal patronage. jajiho a. uiKJi, Architect, 3S Madison street Butterick's Patterns! s 4 T S S ?2 t es 4- -j . m - 5 S - S T" 8 S-s a g s a e X t, v or 4 U ' 8 JS " M - . S 3 4310 B. A1-1IHK II. General Azrnt. at.- Weconit Htret. 3Iempliw. Browne, ths Plumber. TYater JPipes, i. Rubber Piie, liathTubs, Pumps, Hydrants, Ga Fixtnres I Gas Fittings ! lira; Fitting! EYERITUIXG CHEAP. J. W. X. BROAVNE, 258 Second St., opp. Court Square WARNING! rpilK members of the Ladles' Christian Assocla- 1 tlon would hereby solemnly warn all parents avainsi allowing ineir sons ana aaugniers to iaxe part, as maskers. In the approaching carnival, and would warn especially against the maoquerade balls at night; as. from the testimony of many who have cornir under their care and observation, these are fruit ful sources of sin and aluime. Even veiy yotuig children linbide a love for such amusements that will Ije verv dlmcult to control, and their tendency Is to evil, and that continually. Oh. mothers, let this warning sink deep l.i your hearts, and act kaituctx your part as guarU:ura of your children's virtue ere It Is too late. Ktendty alone will reveal the curse tills festival has beeu to our city, and we lioe tne time Is not far distant when our peo(le will rise en masse and abolish it. in tbe meantime. all who oppose It, and especially christians, can do much toward hatenlnB the hoped-for event by ex pressing their disapprobation In every way possible. MEW STOCK 50 brls. Powdered and Cat-loaf Sugar, iuu nnas. Jew Orleans sugars, 1000 barrels Flour various grades, 100 barrels Aavy Beans and Urits, II Mubo 1AW PminAa Anil rnrrfl nfj 400 sacks Rio, Java and Cordova Coffee 00 boxes Codfish and Dried Herring, 100 tubs strictly Choice If utter. 500 boxes fresh Crackers and Biscuits, ou oris, cnoice liams and isist. Jiacon 200 boxes mild Cheese, 500 pkgs. Pickles and Spiced PIgsfeet. 95 pkgs. Missouri Cider, and numerous otner articles, at n a pPirPriv Drnc, ullAJLullY JJl Uwb COBXEU FRONT AND UNION STREETS, Memphis, ; Tennessee. W. H. Griss, Prest. F. W. Uockwxix, See'7, Southern White Lead Company. S3 Every nackaee of this OomnnnV brand of Strictly r-ure wmie Leaa Dearsi He follow lng guarantee: "The White Lead contained in this ?nrkage in gnarnnterii by the Irfannfar nrers, the KOI TI1EKX WHITE LEAD rt, liouis. iVI o to contain no adulte, ration whatever. It in eomnoned en ttrely of perfectly Pore Carbonate of liCad ana Linseed Oil. and In sold Hah' lee t to Chemical Anal vh! and the Blow. pipe Test." tir The name of this Comnanr Is Dlaced ont.t upon STRirrrLT PtJRB Lead. It Is not placed upon a second or other Inferior quality. So parties purcoas- Me White Lead branded ' SOUTHERN COMPANY." are absolutely sure of obtaining a Perfectly Pure AKTicfcB. vrf or sale by dealers in faints and pus tnrougnout tne west and boutn. 3P- O 3?t Z "77", Wholesale and Retail WKAIrIt IN WOOD! T EATE orders with P. G. Blgley 4 Co., No. 9 West .L-J uoinx street. Also, at 147 Desoto street. Cord wood sawed and split to order. So need of crumbling when you can get FOR COTTON BOLLS Send to Benjes's Mills for Circnlar. HPLEXDID OPPORTl'SITY TO Win a fortune 'THIRD GRAND DRAW ING, 1 K77. At New Orleftns, Tuescay, March 6. LOIISIAW MTATG IOTTKRV CO. This Institution was remilarlv lncornorated bv the Legislature of the State for Educational purposes In io, wun a capital oi jsi.ixhj.immj. to which it nas since added a reserve funa of $350,000. Its brand MinEle Anmber Drawinm vlll take place monthly. It never scales or poxtpones. Look at the following scheme: CAPITAL PRIZE, 40.000. 40,000 Tickets at Ten Dollars Each. Fractions of tickets in proportion. LIST OF 1 Capital Prize 1 Capital Prize .840,000 . 20 000 . 10,000 . 5,000 . 5,000 . 5.00O . 1-2,500 . 20,000 . OO.OOO . 40.000 l capital r-nze 1 Prize 2 Prizes of $2500 5 Prizes of 1000 25 Prizes of . 500 100 Prizes of 200 H0OPri7esof 100 4000 Prizes of 10 APPROXIMATION PHIZES. A Approximation Prizes of SHOO Approximation Prizes of 200 9 Approximation Prizes of 100 2,700 1,800 W)0 47H3 Prizes, amounting to S222,0O0 Write for circulars or send orders to 91. A. Van phin, P. O. X'ew Orleans. La. Grand Dollar Drawinir. Tuesdav. Anrll fid. Capital Prize, $20,000. Tickets, $1 each. FOR SAXJS. A Valuable Plantation IX COAHOMA COUJiTY, MISS., ON. the Yazoo Pass (ten miles rrom Delta, on the Mlsstssioni rlvert. known n.qthe Mound PIapa. high and dry. rich and beautiful, and free from over How, containing some twenty-three hundred acres, between seven and eight hundred of which are In a good slate of cultivation; good dwelling and out houses; steam-mill, gins, etc. With this property, I win sen urn, muies, nogs, uows, plantation im plements ludeed everything In a lump, as It stands, and on such terms as to make It a desirable pur chase to any man of enterprise and a little monet; especially so, as Tllden will elve us a government. confidence be restored, and new life and energy be Infused Into every branch of Industry. Should the conspirators, by possibility succeed, I will abate from my very low price on the Tllden basis, to one-foutth less on the other. Address me at Delta I mean business, and am determined to sell, If there come any purchaser who Is a ludere of dtou. erty and wants It J. M. WATT, Delta, Miss. tay- There is an excellent manager on the place Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a Deed in Trust executed by William A. Rives, which deed Is dated the first day of june, mi4, ana recoraea in tne records or the Keg ister of Fayette countv. Tennessee, on the 7th dav of October, 1874, lu Book No. 4, pages 501 and 502, 1, as trustee, will sell to the highest bidder, for cash. In the town of Mason, Tennessee. In front of the postoftlce In said town, on Wednesday, aist of February, 1877. In legal hours, a certain tract of land, situated In Fayette county, Tennessee, In District No. 5 of said county, containing, by estimate, four hundred and thirty acres, and bounded as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner of the J. H. Elcan, deceased, original tract of land; thence south to the northwest corner of the W. A. Rives 500-acre tract; thence east with Wm. A. Hlves's tract to a stake on J. . Mason's, deceased, west line; thence north with said Mason's line to William Rives's line; thence north with. William Rives's line to a stake on the Somer vllle and Randolph roud : thence west with said road to the beginning this being the same tract of land conveyed by William Rives to William A. Rives, a deed for which is recorded In Book Y, pages 3rfl and 3H2 In Register's oniceof Fayette county, Tennessee. The right of redemption Is waived, title heiieved to ba imod: I sell as trustee. JNO. C. COOPER. January .31, 11177. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. UNDER and by virtue of a Deed of Trust, ma e to me as trustee, by C. H. Stroud, on the 1 5th day of December, A.D. 1874, and duly recorded In the Recorder's office of Shelby county, Tenn., In Record Book No. 104, page 360, to secure certain Indebtedness therein .mentioned and described, I will, on Saturday. March IO, 1877, at 12 o'clock m.. In front ol the Courthouse door of fihelby county, Tenn., near the corner of Main and roniar streets, in Memphis. Tenn.. sell to the high est and best bidder, for cash, all the right, title and interest ot said C. 11. btroud in and to the following described lot or parcel of laud, with Improvements on same; said lot Is No. 7, and situated on the south eatt corner of Fourth street, as shown on the plat of jierrvnie; saiu 101 ironts on ine aepoi prouna in aia Kerrvllle, and beginning on the corner where Fourth street terminates on said depot grounds, runs northward with said street 129.157 feet to an elbow In a block of which said lot Is a part; the opposite parallel Hue being the south line of said lot. be ginning at tbe line of said depot ground, runs In the same course with the afore-mentioned line 141 83 feet to said elbow, as shown on plat of said Kerr vllle, Shelby county, Tenn., containing, by estima tion, be the same more or less, 5400 feet, being the same lot conveyed to said C. H. Stroud by A. H. Kerr, as per deed of date December 15, 1873, and re corded Ir Register's office of Shelby countv. Tenn.. In Record Book No. 101. naee HKtt. to which refer ence is herein made. Tlie title I believed to be per fect, but 1 sell and convev ns trustee nnlv- nil rlirlir ef redemption Is waived. ie 1. J. COWGILL. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. IN pursuance of, and by virtue of a Deed In Trust made by C. C. Polndexter. which cIpmi is nwmiMi 011 the Hth day of October, 1 874. In the records of the Register of Tipton county. State of Tennessee, Book W, piiges 237, 238 and 23, I will, on the lHt Way of February Xext, 1877, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, In front of the nice in iue lown 01 Alason, Tennessee, the rol & described house and lot. HlriiHtAri In said town of Mason, and bounded as follows: Beginning at the southeast comer of J. P. Sturdevant's lot on the Covington and Somerville road ; thence southeast 1HM ieet to a stake: thence northeast '214 leet to a stake; thence northwest 189 feet to a stake; thence west 21 leet to the beginning, and being tne same lot that was conveyed to C. C. Polndexter by James tr. oiuraevani and tiOu. A. Bluroevaut Dy neeu re corded in the Register's office of Tipton county. In Deed Book W, pages IS and 17. Sale will take trustee. Sale In legal hours. January 81. 1877. JNO. C. COOPER. Trustee. Trustee's Kale. BY virtue of a Trust Heed executed to me, as trustee, by Catherine Clarke, Messrs. F. 11. White & Co., beneficiaries, on tne thirtieth day of September, 1874, and recorded In Record Book 102, page rl58. Register's office, Shelby county, Tennes see, 1 win, on fSatnrday, 17th Iay of February, 1877, at 1 1 o'clock am., on tbe premises, proceed to sell, at public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described property, to wit: Lot No. H2, In block No. 8, of Watt C. Bradfoid's subdivision into city lots of a part of original country lot 5 13, which lot No. 82 Is situated on the northwest corner of tbe Intersection of Junes avenue and Bradford street. and fronts 50 feet on Bradford street, and extends back, northward with Jones avenue, one hundred and forty-eight and a-half fet to a sixteen-foot alley -together with all the Instruments of whatever nature and description that may be upon tb same. Equity of redemption waived in deed, aud tlllesup- pos'-d W be good, Dul I convey only u irusiee. jaa 4 1. Lfluji a ruatec Assignee's Kale. In the mailer of Barbour A Simpson. Banrrupts. BY virtue of the authority vested In me as As signee of said bankrupts' estate, I will sell, at public auction, on Monday. February 10. 1S77. at 10 o'clock of said day, at McCloy Bro ' Auction store. No. 201 Main street, Memphis, Tenn., the books, accounts, notes and real estate betonglng to tbe said linn's estate, lo-uit: Lots Nos. 04,50., ri(j and HI. Ill W. S. J-'llppln's subdivision. Shelbr county, Tenn. Also, toe ot 14 ami r. 11 01 tne sw mm section 13. township 11, N of range 8 east, conla nlng 240 acres, more o less, situated in bcott county, Missis sippi. The r -edules and other evidence of prop erty can be f 1 at my office. No. 2tl Miln street. A deposit of oer cent, will be required at time of sale. 1st.. A. WOOLDBXDGE, AssUmea. VaI1 leached R.G.CB.A.IG&CO DEALERS 1 A Agricultural i2 PLANTS AND FLOWERS, Nos. 377 and 379 NAP0LE0X HILL. X. J HILL, FOKPMIBJE & CO. OOTTOM AND WHOLESAjLE OUOCEKS, 360 and Front street, Memphis Tenn., K. L. COCHRAN. (Successors to M. E.4J. W. L COCHRAN & CO LUMBER, LATH, SH0I6LES, (Doors, Sash, Blinds, aud Ofilce and Yard at foot Salesroom No. 4 Howard Row. Always have on hand a choice lot of Flooring. LUxnoer, uougn ana uressea ncaeis, venar r-osis, iM.ua, ouingies, uooi ana Window Frames, Moldings, Etc D. T. PORTER. W. F. PORTER, TAYLOR & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Cotton 300 FRONT ST., Met. Agents for the Celebrated Cheek Cotton Press. M. C. PEARCE. PEARCE, SUGGS & 00, WHOLESALE GROCES)l, Cotton Factors and No. 258 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. PARTICUIAK ATTENTION PAID TO THE SAIiE OF COTTON FI2 Wholesale Grocers Hi and 13 Union JOSUX'A BROWS. BROWN & NORTON, Manufacturers aud Jobbers of HATS and CAPS, STRAW GOODS ladies' Trimmed Hats, Etc., EXCLUSIVELY FOE CASH, HAVE BEHOVED TO 504 and 506 North Fifth St., J. K. GODWIN. L. D. MULLOS, Jr. J. R. G0DW Cotton No. 336 Front Street, EXCOUltAOE HOME EXTEKPIIISE ! W. A. WILLIAMS. W LLIAiiS Lumber Dealers AND MANUFACTURERS, MILLS, NORTH FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS TZEDSTISr. PACKIXG BOXES of ALL KTRTDS on HA j) It. If. CAliBERY. CARBERY JDIKKCT Importers and Viholesale Liquor Merchants, frog. 347 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. A. M. BOYD. A. M. BOYD COTTON FA 360 FKOXT STREET A. TACCAE0. B. TACCAKO. A. VACCARO & CO., IMPORTERS AXD WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, No. 320 Front street, MeiiBpIiiH. SOLE AOEXTS FOB COOli? CUA3I1AXE IMl'flBlAL. Implements. 3 Main street, Memphis. ON'TAINE. JEROME HILL FACTOR! SAM'L A. HATCHER. COCH BAN), Manufacturers all kinds f Packing Boxes. of Washington Street. Saw Mill In Nayy Yard. Celling, Siding, Lattice, Framing, Fence and Dressed TAYLOR. (x. W. McRAE. Factors, Madison and Monroe. L. JJ. SUGGS. Commission Merchants 0 and Cotton Factors, street, Memphis. XATHAXIEL XOKTOS ST. X.OUIS, MO. S. M. McCALLUM Factors, Cor. Union, Memphis. B. K. PLAIN SALESROOM AND YARD, N CO., CORNER GAY0S0 AND SECOND STeETSj THOMAS CASEjf & CASEY. ALSTON vorp. : MEJIPHis. TEXXIsE,i A. B. TACCAKO DEALERS l. & SON, Dr. I. S. Johnson's PHIVATEI Medical Dispensary, No. 17 JEFFERSON STREET, Betwrrn Main and Froaf. STemphisb DR. J0HN9OIV Is acknowledged by all parties In terested as by far the most miecenful physician n the treatment of private or Recrft diseases, vulair. thorough arid permanent ernes guaranteed In eveiy case, male or female. Recent cass of Gonorrbtr and Syphilis cured In a few days, without the used mwriirr. chunue of diet, or lifniliance from buslnesr. Secondary SyplilIN. tbe last vesllL'e eradicated witt out the use of mercury. Involuntary loss of semi B stopted In short time. Surfeiers from Impotectv or loss of sexual lowers restored to free vlt?or In a sliort t'n- Victims of feir-:ilue and excessive venw?, sufTt'rlriK from siiermauirrhea and loss Of rf steal and mental power, speedily and perma nentlr cured. I'artlcular attention paid to tbe Diseases Of Wonit n. and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new redemles. All consultations strictly conlliientlal. Medicines s-nt by express to all parts of the conn Iry. Odlce hours from 8 a.m. to H p.m. Bundays from 8 to S p.m. D. H. JOH.N&ON, M. D. Trnut JSale. PUK-SL'ANT to the terms of the certain deed III trust executed by James H. KilrlnKton and N. A. Edrington. datwl June. 1 K74, and reoonled In the ofllce of the Clerk and Keconler of Mliwlsslppl county. Arkiinsiis, In boolc volume f. page HHst, at Osceola, orilrially executed to John Harrison, trus tee, to secure to Brooks, Neely t (ii. a debt the bal ance of which now amounts to tlie sum of S-'tK48 10, with Interest thereon Irmn tlie lirst day of March, ls"i. I. the undersigned. tnist mitwtltuted by a decree to fill tlie vacancy caused by the death of said Harrison, will, on the 12th day of .March. 177, at the front door of the courthouse at Osceola, Mis sissippi countv, Arkansas, between the hours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and : o'clock of the after noon of said day, pnceed to sell to the highest bid der, for CJvsh, the following proierty, to-wtt : 1 nert tof H. t. l.i section MM. lownswp J.. range iu j., piirt orS.W.14 fiacltonal section 31. townslilp 13N., r.inge 1 1 east, containing ) imt acres. except 47 acre thrwr. nwll s. nart of N. Iv of H. K. U section Hi, townshln i:t. ratine and hart of 8. W. 1A section 81, lowiislil; i:t. N. range II K.. containing 47 acres, uhleh was encuniliereil at the dale of t trust and will not ne sold, siiuaieu in nam mi""", near Osceola, leaving only Il2ls acres to be sold, and HI) head of mules, more or less; only a sufficiency or tlie mules, liowever, will le sold to pay any balance there may be after said land has first been sold. rv . .11 . Din n 'r.., xiur.vov O. P. Lyles, Attorney 1 TniKtee'H Mule. BY virtue of two trust deeds executed to me by John McDowell, one on the 17tn day of Feb- fiiiirv 1K711. :iml retsirtieil 111 rlolt isii. ti, ia.m to 4irt, of the records for dit'is in Fayette county. Tennessee, me otner or uaie auusv i. isin, ami vi nx-nnl in Heinl Hook No. nix nt. mures 10 to 13, of the records of Favette county, Tennessee, at the re questor the beneficiaries In hhI! deeds of trust, and lor the payment or me uenis inerein nauieu, i win sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, on Friday. the lOth Iay or .March. 1H77, In the town Lafayette (Rnssvllle). In tlie county of Fayette and SUit; of Tennessee, within legal hours. the following described real estate and personal property, to-wit; A certain tract or parcel of land, xltuate, lying and being In the county of Fayette and Mate of Tennessee, as follows; All of section six (tii. In township 1. range three (:i west of the basis meridian: also, tlie northeast uuarter of section eight (H), In township 1 , range west; also, one-half or the southeast quarter of section eight (M), town ship 1, range H west, the same being bounded as fol lows, to-wit: Beginning at tlie northwest quarter of said quarter section, running thence due east 1K0 poles to theeastern boundary line of said section; thence with said boundary line south 50 poles to a stake with blackoak pointers: thence west eighty (HO) poles to a stake In tbe lie). I; thence south rid poles: thence west HO poles to Junes Marshall's line; thence north with said Hue 1 10 poles to the begin ning. Also, lot No. 1 . belonging to sei-tion No. five (fi). the same being a fraction attached and adjoining section 5, In township 1, nmge ( west, containing 1431-1 acres, all situated near Lafayette, In Fayette county, Tennessee. Also, the following tract of land. In Favette county. Tennessee, described as follows: Fifty-three acres ot land, lying on tlie Memphis and Charleston railroad, bounded on the south by H. H. liollls's tract, on the the east by Albert Nevills's tract, on the north by the aiempnis and Charleston railroad, and on tne west by Harris Iiavls's tract, containing r:i acres. Also, ihe following nersonid immertv. to-wtt: Ten head ot mules, four wagons, one hundred and seventy-live barrels of corn. Terms of Hale Cnsh, and the equity of redemp tion waived In the trust deed. Tlie title Is believed to be perfect, but I sell and convey as trustee only. ley D. E. MYERS, Trustee. Trustee's Male. BY virtue of a trust deed made to me by John McDowell on the 2rlth day of Setitemher. 1H74. and tecorded In Record Book No. 4, pages 4i4, etc, of the Records for Deeds, In Faette county, Tennes see, ami ai iue requettl or tne Deneliclarlea In said deed of trust, I will sell at public auction, to the highest binder, In front of the family dwelling house, on the premises of the Whitney or Borne place, near the town of Lafayette, la the county of I'ayette, State of Tennessee, On Friday. 31 arch IO. 1877, within legal hours or thut day, the following de scribed real estate and personal proerty, lying and being In the cnunty of Fayette, and State of Tennes see, to-wlt: All of section 5, in township 1, range 3 west of the basis meridian of Chickasaw cession, containing H-H) acres, and k110v.11 us the Jurnagan place. Also, ihe following tract of land, lying In Fayette county, Tennessee: Beginning HWS.-j poles east of tiie northwest corner of section No. 4, of township No. 1. In rango 3 west or tlie basis me ridian of the Chick.isHw cession, bring a part of said section 4, on the northeast comer of T. .1. Graves's lOff'-ta-Hcre tract; thence south wlih said Graves's east line lKOpobs to his southeast comer; thence east 1 OHij) poles to tlie southwest comer of If ILiles's lOfi.acre tract, a part, of the same section; thence north with wild Llles's west line H10 poles to his northwest comer. In the section line; thence west with said line lon2S poles to the ix'glnnlng, contain ing, by estimation, K,nJ.s acres. Also, one other tract or parcel of land, being a part of same section, being known and designated as lotrt.it being the southwest ouarter of section 4. in township 1. In range a west of the basis meridian of the Chickasaw cession. Also, the north liair of section H, in town ship 1, range .1 west of the basis meridian of the Chickasaw cession, and known as the Whitney place, ai situated in Hayi tte county, Tennessee. Also, the following descrllied iiersonal property, to-wlt- Forty one head of mules, nine horses, live wagons, one steam engine and fixtures, and cotton-gins, teu cows and calves, twenty head of sheep, and fifty head of nine' dows ,Illrty"two se,s of P'w-gear, seventy- DnHe,r.M SaIeTFili!u- Equity of rrvlemptlon waived and title believed to be good, but I sell only as trustee. tet) D. K. MVKRS. Trustee. Trustee's Male. UNDER and by virtue of a Eed of Trust, made to me as Trustee, by A. C. tillbert on the 24th day of January. A D. 1 S74. and duly recorded In the K'icoriler's onleeof Crittenden county, in the State cf Arkansas, In Deed Book O, pages H.-.7, H5K, 3f,n and dtiO, to secure certain Indebtedness therein men tioned and described, I will, on Heilnesday. ehruary stl. I f77. within legal hours. In front of the courthouse In the town of Marlon, in the said county of Crittenden and State of Arkansas, sell at public sale, for cash, the following described real es tate, situate In the county of Crittenden and State of ain.ui9.i3, tu-wn: ran oi private survey Ko. SS.T'5, originally patented to Ju.sto Martin, and near the town of Marlon, containing one hundred and fifty (loO) acres; and also section twelve (12), containing six hundred and f.rrty (H0) aer:8-ull In township seven i ), N range eight (S) east. And also at tbe same time and place and terms, and by virtue of tbe same authority, I will sell one Hor-ie, eight Mares, one Wagon, three Yoke of Oxen, and ail of the farming implements on the said above-described land. The title to the said land Is believed to be good, but I sell and convey as trustee only. -Jrttte,,deAttorney; T" KKL Trustee's .Sale of Real Estate. BY virtue of a Trust Deed made to me by W. J. p. Doyle and wife, M. 8. Dovie, dated July an. lKrfrt, and recorded in the Register's olllee of Shelby county. tiepteniber in, 1k7h, Record Book No. 11H. page and at the reipiest ol tlie beneficiary In ?idh?;e1 ?trTr?t' wlil at "u,,llc auction, l the highest bidder. In front of the courthouse, In Memphis, Tennessee, on ' Haturday, February 17, 1S77, commencing about 12 o'clock in., the following de scribed proiierty. to-wlt: A certain lot of land Fylne and being in Shelby county. Tennessee, Just east of the city of Memphis, described and bomilW as fol lows: Being part of lot No. r, and all of lot No. 4, in the subdivision or the Thomas W. Hunt land on Poplar street extended: Beginning at a stake on tbe (..con,er,' 8alu" lot No- "hd running thence west with Poplar street extended 75 Teet to a stake; VJ, ITS' i"1'?. 17i feet to 11 st;lke; thence east 75 feet , llen' "orth 175fett the bepfiinlmr, a fL . tne aame Ia,11 conveyed to said Minerva S'h I e.bf 'l!1 r'rded In Book No. H, page 218, Register's ofhee of bhelby county. ri,ierms of Si4le Cash ; equity of redemption waived. This January 13, 1877. T . . . R. J. BLACK, Trustee. L- Lehman, and P. J. Mulvililll, Att'ys. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a Deed In Trust executed by W. J. Polndexter and Oliver E. Polndexter for pur poses therein contained, which Deed in Trust Is dated the lirst day or June, 1874, and registered in the Register's ofllce of Kayette county, Tennessee, on the Uh day or October, 1K74. In Book No. 4, pages 4'.H. 5IH). r.Ol.l. as trustee, will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, In trout of the postoffice. In Mason, Tennessee, on Wednesday, Silut of February, 1S77, la legal hours, a certain tract of land, situated In Kayette county, Tennessee, and In district No. six (H) of said count), said to contain three hundred (;tiM) acres, and bounded as follows: Beginning with a stiike with blacko.-ik and one hickory pointer at the north boundary of tiie balance of the tract of land owned by Peter R. B. Brown; running thence west wltb W. J. and O. E. Poindi:xter's and T. 8. Jackson's tract 2h rS-10 poles to a whiteoak the comer of T. S. Jackson's and Mrs. H. Harris's tract: thence south 22H iioles with Mrs. H. Harris's and James O. Kelly's tract to a fallen hickory; thence east 20!t rt-lOpoK'S with John porter's tract to a stake with whiteoak pointers; thence north 22S pole to P. R. B. Brown's present tract to the beginning, this being tlie tract of land conveyed to Oliver fc. polndexter by Natnaiiiei i. ai.uxiii. nj a ht. ...... .. is recorded In the Ktisiers urareoi hjot w, T l., t r.f..,i.a j'A ftrwl '2. All 1-lebt of redempti' tlon Is waived) anil the title believed to be good; I sell as trustee. January 31, 1877. JNO. C. COOPER. Trustee- Trustee's Sale. Bi virtue of tlie terms or certain t rum inw , a trustee by juiui Hall, on i". 3ilih Novell.,. iT.v and f1 reci 'd in ine fK'-r u'a oince 01 .Aieir Tennessee, - v 11m. nage Jb. i'" 'll " .. .. .....'i".! " . InHU ihun-in set lorth, I wi. uitne puipu." " :4Ik lv of VIrar.v t7 7. 111 streeien- ne enj JllOlllUS, said city uiidlvioed one- lien r.-Ulm-d en the .pmi;. trj 1 ueie, Tr,1(it(W, jHt4 L. Ji r.rt vJJ' t CUA.CEKY SALE OF REAL LSIAlt. No. 240, R.-f'l:;in.-.y ffiirt of Shelby county, Tenncsve. Ann n.uni s. wni. ............. BY VHfW Of iltl ll!l.TIK-!.;Ty llt-r.- IW " - l.-red in th above cauie on the llfth u ri u 111 i'i ,. . , HIIC nay ot r etiniarj . 1 7. . ,7 ;'., ,i,' 1,. un Ion. to the hlchesi tinnier, in ""' '"':,. Z.'Z.r Master's l!icc. C.nirthouse BJ:i'ii"K, Ji" i"i. Memphis, Tenn., on Huturday. .Marrn .. ithln legal hours, the following il.-rlned property, ItiiiiU-d 111 ti e env oi Jim. r-"J 1. . nessr , . ..nflli,rv fnunA inteil the sicni "wmr building. Ilng on the souin ski- ' ron-.ing mi ;!'.' y 1 . v.",1; lta 11 mm 0 IHlfS, li. "J 11- 1. ' vi : a lot .lesiTll-ed In a il'id ma. e to Aril Ilanlson ana t"i iiri'ii iiv ji-iiii 1. ' ..... .lulol M.in-hK. 1M 7. r.-'NtCIVil 111 11 iiter's ofik'fl of Stv l'iy countv. Hook No. o'J, p-ut VMffS 111 rUH'nf sale-dnc-third .l;..paHh: b il.uice In six .'....i- .... . oil, ml. s wiih lu.Lirovt-d secuiiiy. Dim . irki . 1 ..ii.t.ui i l .-iiuarr d. Ih77. lln reUillieU Ise.-i"T wiiui-. i" I)iiUND A. COLE, , cieiK and Master. Br R. J. Black, K. C. and M. J.trtiaslii a. Fayer, aud J. . H. Taylor, Altomeif. Imtiw " . ... 1. . . . .. r ,...1.! ot M"mVt.tbliler lor one-half 'ir tne 1 t the b igbest jiJli the balance at twelve money in isu ..... ilvln thtolloM" - "An ?"u IrSt in and to the north half ol lot No. 1 00. f t ! MVl r "treVt Ti e ...her half-Interest In Ldd can be 7-.ht : fmm the owners thereof at EnVtlmS nd place and 0..: , ""'J Is lH-Iieved to be iierfei t, but 1 will sell ann convey as Trustee cm!v. V.,r the 'VSlef'and I will I rcmlivd. with two solvent sureties, and a the