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J lit IJlJ t iui.,1 i ft Art tn call a convention of 'rtwn""" ' the Peoplt of this State. Whereas, the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, deem it necessary mat the sovereign will of the Stale should be ex Dressed. ny means ui v-uiivenuun, m roi eretice to wrongs done Rod threatened this Siate, us one of the slaveholding Slates, by the Federal Government, the State Govern ments, and people 01 me non-siuvenoiuiug States, thereiore, crrTIoN I. Be it enacted by the Legis lature of the Slate of Mississippi, Thai ,u first Monday ot September, A. D., i(i51 the Sheriff or other proper officer . rniiductiuz Elections in this &'t;.te, shall l..m nt the eeneral precincts, in their respective rountie cities and town", polls tha elcciion of Delegates lo r Conven tion, to he held at the capitol in the City of I. - iKa snrond Mnndav of Novem- jatKfi ii, j hir. 1851. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Governor (hull Upon the passu ge of this uct Cause h same to be published in as many newspapers rs ho s'lall deem suthcient, not legs I him rive, and that he further direct ihe proper officer to hold polls for the purpose herein set foith. Sec. 3. Beit further enacted. That the Sheriff, or other proper officer s ha'l at the itme herein specified, o en and hId pulls fir the purpso aforesaid, which said elec tion shall he conducted u;ou the fame principles as are now prescribed for con ducting elections for the election of mem bers cf the I legislature. Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the several counties, citie, and towns, en tilled to represeniaii n, shall elect the tame j number of delegates t aid Convention as they are now entitled to elect to the House of Representatives of the S ate Legislature; and the qualifications of members of said Convention be the sumo as the qualifications required by ihe Constitution for a member of the Senate of said Siaie ; and that the Sheriff or Uher proper officer conducting said election, shall give to the person or persons as the Case may bt, rert:ficate or certificates of elec Ion, and in like manner make returns to the Secretary of biale and should onv delegate so elected, lose his certificate, or fiiil to procure one, iho Sec relary of State shall Lo authorised to furnish such delegate wiih a certificate : iVovnlcd that the return in his office show that he was duly elected Skc. 5. Be it further enacted. That the persons elected members to the Convention shall meet a', the Capitol, in the City of Juckeon, in (he County of Hinds, on Ihe second Monday of November, 1851, and then form themselves into a Convent! n, lor the purpose aforesaid, and elect such Officers, and provide sucb rules and regula turns lor ineir government, as tney may Oxford Female INSTITUTE. ihe spring." $50, $100, $301), and 700 was offered in succession for one little en n of water, and the dealer refused it. The wretched emigrant threw down .41700. all he had in the world, and bv main . J. H. VISKR. A.M.. force grasped (he cup and quenched hiaPri"iiPal and Instructor in the Languages, uinm. I 7U Men.tr Mnlhrmntir THE MISSISSIPPIAN AND STATS GAZETTE. MISS JANE MERRILL, Instructress in the English Branches, urawxng and Faulting. MISS SOPHIA A. BRIDGERS, Instructress tn Vocal and lnstrumetal music . JOHN MILLINGTON. M. D. Lecturer on Chemistry and Natural Phi. losophy. Tcfins per ion Weeks. of 31 After tha completion of the present vol. umeon the 20th December, the undersign ed will assume control of this long estab lished and ably conducted Journal. They will strive to render it an efficient organ, of the State Right's Republican party, and a watchful sentinel of the South. With strict fidelity thev will nrm f.t touching the Primary Department. - . Am.OO the country, which so materially affect the Junior iass, . . 2,50 interests or tne siaveholding Slates ; and '" - - i5,uu industriously inculcate the doctrines of drawing, fainting and other. Orna Constitutional Liberty, menial branches each, . - 10,00 The Missis-ippian, as a newspaper, will Senii" Class, - 20.00 commend itself to the general reader. It Muslc - - 25.00 will contain the latest fureiirn nnd domestic. U88 m instrument, . - . . 5.00 ngricultur.il, commercial, and literary intel Incidental charge, (fuelservant,"&c.) J,00 ligence; and continue to be a valuable UOdru vinc u:ung an contingent ex- and interesting record of the eventful Penselv " 50,00 tims in which it is published. It will be issued weekly, as heretofore, The ahove'terms include'.huiiiun Jin ihe in an enlarged form, on new and beautiful L,a,,n "reek, rrench and Spanish Lan lype, at ihieo dollars per annum, in ad- tTUBgwi fr which no extra charge is made; vance. tnose, nowever. wno attend trie Lectures The undersigned are nnconrijred with bn Natural Ph h sophy and Chemistry v. ill the confident belief that the necessity will Pa.V $5, each, for the course. be felt of supporting liberally at the seat Pavmeists One half in advance, the re- of Government of Mi.isissioui. a naner thus mauider at the close of the session. No conducted: eames-tly solicit the friends of deduction for absence, unle9 in c.ise of . l . " . ! .. . . i-.I ; .,. i . :i r me great caue, to me advancement ol mtuihhcu ""', nu no inipn omen ior which it is pledged, to asMst in extending ,c'8 ,nan na'' a fwiop, or from due ofen its circulation E. BARKSDALE, M. I). HAYNES. Jackson, Mississippi, Nov,, 18j0. LARGE ASSORTMENT think proper; and as a remunertion for their services, the officers and members ol the Con ven' ion shall be respectively al lowed the same compensation, in all res pects, as is allowed by law to officers and members of the Slate Legislature. And on ihe delivery of a certificate of the sum due, under the hand of the President of ihe Convention, the Auditor shall issue his warrant for the amount on tho Treasurer, to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwihe appropriated. Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That in case of the death, resignation or removal of any member elected lo the Convention from any county, city or town, in which inch vacancy shall happen, as the c:me may be, directing an election to bo held according to law, to supply the vacancy occasioned by such deitli, resignation or removal which election thall be held and conducted in all respect agreeable to law, aot lers than ten days nonce having been riven. Skc.7. Bt it further enacted, Thit ihis act shall take effect and be in force from nd after its passa ge. A Kcndy Hade Clothing, for sale VERY C II E A P at tho wel' known Store of A. ROGGKNCURGER. Oxford, Dec. 5, !S50.-n2G-tC Hats & Caps, IN ALL VARIETIES, for sale very VUtuAl' at tho Bto'e of A. ROG GEN BURGER. Otford, Dec. 5, 1850.-n20-tf, tr mcc until its close. The FH Session will, 'hereafter, com mence on ihe first Mond.iv in September, the Spring SesMn on the 2od Moudty in February. The .inntinl examination takes OF place on Thursdiiy and Friday preceding the 21 Monday in Juy. ihis arrange ment affords those fiom a distance, who attend the cxaminaiioii and com mencement exercises at the University, nn opportunity of, also, being present at the examination ot the Instiiuie WESTERN FOUNDARY AND ENGINE SHOP. Vr AY 6c WHITE, CURTIS & KNAP, "-under the firm of S. B. Curtis &, Co., respectfully announce to ihe citizens of the Western District, of Miesissippi, Ark ansas and (he Sotnh and West generally, that they have at length got their Founda ry, Engine Finishing. Coonor. Sheet Iron and Smiths Shops in full operation, and are prepared at thort notice, to execute all work in their line, wiih nromotness and d gpatch. Steam Boat work and machine ry, casting of every description, done on such terms as cannot fail to give entire Satisfaction. Memphis (New) Advertisements. J Memphis new A dveftisineiitdf. W. A. BOOTH, M. I)., Wholesale & Retail Druggist, and dealer in PAINTS, OILS, AND DYE-STUFFS. No, 2G Front Row, a fow doors below Madison Street, OJ-'Vicums Cash, unless a satisfactory relerence is given. Oct. 26, I8.r)0.-n20-tf. .IOII KU3XEIY CO.. Our arrangements are such, that we can I finviMissinM iMi mttivjiiiuvn lurnisn, ana make to order, eveiy thing ?if rtrll Ttf in our lne.on as (rood terms us to price and i'VlCVVHillllOf i? i . hns.as can bi furn sied north of us. We are prenared to build at hort n tice all sizek of Enirin es. horse oower Saw nnd Gri.-,t Mill, Gin Gearing of every des- ii'inMi. ne nope 10 merit ana expeci 10 secure, a portion ot least of the patronage 01 ine couth ana West. nov. 14-n26-tf. CURTIS & CO. into TOWN LOTS FOU SALE. f OTS No, 57 and 198, in Oxford, Miss., -belonging to the estitaie of the late Dr. Barbour, of St. Louis, Mo., are now offcrad tor sale low for cns!i. Said Iiots are situated on the North side of Tom n, and contain 10 acres, each. A good title will be made lo the nurccascr. if they arc not disposed of by the first day of January next, by private sa'e, they will be told at public sale on that day. Z. CON KEY, Agent. Dec. 5, lS3d.-n2G-if. UNITED NTATI& IIOILX. (Corner of Main and Adams Streets,) Memphis, Ti.nn. D. MORRISON, Proprietor. ft-Every attention paid to Birders and ran?emen, Visitors; good comf.irialile accoinmodatins, nd Mnct order always enf need. H3"The House has Iteeu recently fitted up, wnn entirely new lurniiure. Dec 7, lN5l)-n26-if COURSE OF INSTRUCTIOV. The Course of Instruction in this Insti tution, is of ihe most thorough and practi cal kind, embracing every thing requisite lo a hnibhid education; and young Liidiea who complete their courte here will be en abled to rank with the graduates of the best Institutions f the country. Much atten tion is devoted to the study of the French Langu ijje, now regard d tn so important a natt i f female education: and tho who board nt the Institute will enjoy, in addition to the regular course of instruction, the advantage of daily intercourse with the Priucipil, n which all convernaiioa will be conducted in that language. One of the most extensive, and best se lected Chemical and Philosophical Appa ratus, in the Southern country, is owned by Dr. Millingion of the Uuive.-s ty of Mis sissippi, who has been engnged to deliver acourso of Lcc ures, each iesi n' nt tho Institute. The groat experieo e, and rep- utalion, of Profes r Milling'on, oi a man of science, obviate ihe neccusitv ol any remarks upon the advai.t-ges ol tin's ar- TRAVELLING TIN SHOP. f HlIIE undersigned hiving entered Copartnership in the Sheet-iron and Tin Business, would respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. I he,r attention will be for the most part, devoted to Guttering nrd Fin. ishing off Houses, Cisterns. &c. In ihis branch oftheir business, they acknowledge no superior, in any country; and from ihe rapidity with which ihey are enabled lo move around through the country with their tools and materials, and dis.iatch all business in their line, thev would rc?DecN fully announce to ihe people of this and the ADJOIJIING COUNTIES, lint they are prepared to despatch all busi ness In their l.ne committed to tbeircharge, wnn great tacilitv. and in a 8'inerior ttvlo ior Duty aon ilunbiliiy. Th. ir Head Quartern will bo in Oxford, at which place, one of them can be seen t leapt once a week. And in their absence, all orders lofi with Mr. Win. Shcegog, will be promptly attended to. JOEL GRAYSON, J. W. HILL. 0.f.,rd. Drc. 0. I S.-0--n26 - tf. AND Wholesale Dealers in Groceries, Tobacco, Nails, Rectified Whisky, etc. Main stbeet, MEMPHIS, TEN. cel. 2:5, 1S50, n20-4.-n. COOK K HAWLEY, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in (dvottvitfs and rottcr. No. "37, Fkont Row, MEMPHIS, TENN. O-Kecpon hand a large supply of Bale Kope ami I i?ging. oct. 20, lSi,0. n20-tf. FROM YAZOO COU.NTY. WAS comniiiti d to the Jad of La. fayctte ("oun'y, Mis?., on the V7il of thin iiift., a riecro man who sn)s ho belong to John L. Csin, of imzoo ('ojnty, Mi?s. SaiJ nrgro is about rive fi el 8 inches high; had en when committed, blue cloth oat nn.l pants, white hit; is be twetn '2'r' and 'M yeurs old, and culls bis name PLEASANT or MOttRAU Tht- owner is requested to cine f Twaril, prove his property, pay chari and lake him away, or he wi'l be dealt with as the law d rects. W. S. McKEE, Jailor. Nor, 20, 8hrt.n2r-if. S. O. NELSON vCO., Now Orleans. S. O. Nelox, New Orleans. E. Banksmitii, " ' II. C. Walkek; Memphis, Tcnn., (late Cashier Hranch Union Bank.) T. A. Nels-in, Athens, Ala. oct, V6, lS50,-n!i0 -tf. F. A. & M. OWEN f Cotton iF.TCtoto, RECEIVING AND FORWARDING ita c v cli a II t MEMPHIS, TENN. Scot. 12. 1830.-110-tf. U.S. DILL & CO. BANKES AND EXCHANK OKALRltS. Odd Fellow's Hall, Main Street, MEMPHIS, TENN. ' I lEJXCHANGE bought arvJ sold, on New -"-OleHns, New York, Philadelphia, St. L'tuif, Augusta, Savannah and Ohnrfoftnn. Dank of A'igiisia noics received in Dav- I merit fur checks at Dank rf s. K. S. DILLcV CO. nor. 7, lS50.-n21-tf. "H"UST received from New York arid Philadelphia, a splendid assortment of Guitargj'VioIiait), riulci, ALSO, A largo lot .f NEW MUSIC. PIANOS, G, Ci and 7 octaves in ttoae: wood casts, from Adam SlodariV, T. Gil- ert and linu & Pool's Factories, al ways onhand. , For sale at P. Flavio's Music Store. Jeffcrson Street, under Commercial'llotel, Memphis, Tenn. N. B. Mv Mock of Music is now above eighteen thousand different piece.. oct. lo, ISOO.-iiUO-iym. 'i'lTUS, A: CO. GROCERS AND COMMISSION No. I, Exchange Buildings, MEMPHIS, TENN. ALSO AOENTS F"K MOON. TITLS. & CO., New Orlean. E. CARNER &, CO'S., Cotton Gins. AU JOHN PIERCE, JrV, Spinning Machines, MM. tSC. ect. 20, Ift50-n20-12m. a. FALLS, U. BltOW.N, a. w. w. nuiER, H. HA NEE 8, i. ii. sri:rnr.xsoN. TltOf. B. CAltKOLL. GAYOSO HOUSE, AMD Louisiana Mb. Souls. The Louisi ana Courier, in reference to the recent omlaugUoa Mr Soolk, says: "Of the seventy persons who were in duced by Messrs. Moire an I Larue ti sign the mo us none lo Mr. Sule, we learn thai thirty-feven hare signified, in writing, their regret. We were confident that the rood sense, the patriotism, and the true Democratic feeling of many of these gen tlemeo would prompt them lo th s, as n as they perceived they had been mi -led. I'he Whigs and their allies will find that ne harmony of the Democratic paity will be speed! restored. "To-ni'MTow tve shall puS'ih a letter rpontaneously addressed lo Mr. Sou'c by ihe Democrats of New Orleans and Lafay. cite, warm'y approving his emirs-, and signed by sme eight huudieJ Democratic voters. " Eastern Stage Office, MEMPHIS, TEN. BY J. D. FERGUSON, ft-Lote of the Na'uville 1mm. Dec. 7, 1850,-n28-tf. H.r.FAESS WORTH. H. WADE A gentleman who traversed the overland routs from Missouri to Calfrni4. during (he past summc: states that the sufferings Ol the etni grants m cress ng Ihe great b inn st of ths grest Salt Lake, were hornLle. II ) s: The ssni was Ices deep, the sun Iroil in hot ; not a tree was lo be seen ; there was bo water and iheir provisions were all fine. FsrtunMely, afier parsing over abeut one hundred miles of this hideous desert, they cme scrors a man wLo bad fe forty rrilcs furUicr, fuad a good spring, sod re'urrtel with two barrels of ater. This ter he first to!J for 1 per gallon, then fit pr q- art, Ukb sf.0 per pint, aaa ss the ent'grsn's unti along, sxich choked almost todcatb, and complete ly ehtui4, his price ritJ, and bo snra as coa'J Rime wuhia lbs power f f the 'graats was refuted to be paid. M'beo the axer wm nearly a'l gone, a man earn a'ocg w to fuf three whoe days end nights td Jrit.li vt a U'f tint of Cj.J. lie as a!m-.l JaJ, sod tffe,l for frne s'er. Ths r.fr wa, 'I bave tot New Drug Store. II. F. FORNSWURTII.&CO.. apotliccar I r o $c Dpu&gfotg - Madison Street, MEMPHIS, TEX. Dealers tn Select Drugs, Medicines Paints, Oil, Perfumery, Glass Ware, In struments, See. ice. Wholesale and Retail. A'so, a full assortment of choice Do faille Mcdicilirs) from the.celebia- ted establirhmentof Epbraitn Ltrrabee. Oar Stock is entirely NEW, and has been greatly enlarged of late, by purchas es msde by our Mr. F. in person, which have been cabet cllv selcdtcd and bought at Idsriteash rates of Importois and Manuricturcrs of high snnim?. r.r erv ariich sold, w e wsrrant FRESH and GENUINE. Personal attention piilt-j packing, and all orders sent tn us. Ojr prices will be fun J as lovasanv other hooe. Haslell if Mtrriels, and Philip VsciTjb di Ltrs. EXTRA rURE POWDCRED DRUGS, CTALWATS O.I HAS O.0 Dec 7, lloO-n'26- f S. COXDIT, DEALIK in Staple and Fancj Dry Goods, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SnOES, CLOTU1NG, HARDWARE, &C. IB Front Raw, Memphis, ten: COMy s'oc k emtirtty mrm, aod will be 'd tt iitprfedat.l Iowratei for casj. Corre ttd Ke. nou,h i kwt tj-ilf sJ tcuub Uca K i 7, ivu-D.j-i-n. Tho attention of those liav'ng dmightcrs, and wsrds to educate is, especially, called to the advantageous location of ims lot-titu- tion. U.ford is conciued j all who are ac quainted w ith it to be one of the heiilthicst situations in tho State; indcid, it h, confi dently, believed that no pbtco within the whole range of the MistNsippi ally enjovs superior advantages, in this nepet. Ihe pnpul.ition for moiahty, intelligence, sud refinement, will compare favorably w th that of any portion of the State. There are four Chutches in the lown. each, with its regularly organized Sabbath Schjol, any one of which the pupi's are permitted to attend, at the option of the Parent or Guardian. Tho S ate University is slso located here, which, with the talent and teionlific atuinmcnt it has attracted round it, cannot f.il to eiert a refining influence upon the mnrau and late cf the communi ty m whose miJ.t it u Fituateu. In conclusion, the J rutecs eatn stly recommend this S hool to the puironage of an enlightened ci mmunny, believeiftg ihnt all the purposes of a substantial and polish ed education can be as well ubcrved here as in any Female Institution either North or South. ROBERT SIIEEGOG, JAS. M. HOWRY, J. THOMPSON. J. A. HAYES, JAS. SIOCKARD, Z. CON KEY, E. R. BLLCI1KR. TrircsWs. Oxford, Miss No. 23, 18.r0 -n26-it A. NEW ARRIVAL. ROGG ENliuKG I'.R, has received his supply of FAIX wixfi i: 00IS. C-ni.ingof EVERY VARIETY OF GOODS usually kept in a DRY GOODS STORE, and recommends thrmto the examination of the Ladies and Gcnileineo of Oxford and vicinity. Oxford, Oct, 17, 150. n-19-tf. W. HOWLFS. BOWLES jf S.MITIIF.I!. 1MK umlersigncd has this d:iy ussocia led Col. i iios IJ. Cakp.'I.l with him in busine.'s. The house w ill as heretofore, be condut te I utiiJer the o'.lo of J. II. Sic plicn-ii'ii, t o. et. 17, lbf,J. J. II. STEPHENSON. j.n. Stephenson, i ro. GROCERY, COMMISSION AND FOR W.1KDING MERCHANT .S. .Vt';i Streit, opposite the U. S. Hotel, yi tu respeciiuity announce to our ' frioi.ds and the pull e generally that in addition to our firmer uroccry bu (ine!s, w e will this seasm do a gi tier Cdtnniifsioii nnd rorw.irding bitdcfs Wc Iimvo u cunvcnieiit and substantial brick ware-lioue in which to more Cotton, n no paiiiculnr nUt nti'in will bo ra.J to slur ing, scl i;ig, or shipping the same, Also receiving and forwarding go ;ds to the coiihtry. All (nit n sent to us for storage will be injured unless oiherwij-c i.utrtidid. Cash advanced on experiments f f cot ti n or other produce for tn.o or hipment. ''s ssiasiuy s sa'fw ""Jjoj ui m iL, 1 1 1 q 9 Ili.ne. I wine, (jrojcric.1". ov.c.. whirh wc o smith r a. , Wj fariinj), l0 Ourcu6tomcrs at tho lowest ta.es. oct. l.r-0-n0-2.n. AND JO.A13LE, illrrcliant Cador, OXFORD, MISS. HAVING just leceived fnm tho north a larje supply of Cl 'ihs. CasimereS Are. would reunectfullv announce to his customers and the public, thai he has cow on hnd,a sp-endid aNiorinteol of CLOTHS. CASLMCIinS riaia. Fancy, ana every Tertety col irs. nd also, has a choice sioctod block cf I ATS, CAP? CRAVATS, GLOVL3, a sSort, every thing nceary to cmpJet Grnt'.emiB s Dre bait. Crlle iat i?es his autacners to cs'I and eiimins hu Flock. Oct. 1'J, I;iJ,-aI'J- No. Ifi, Front Row, between Madison &Munroe bt reels. MCMNIIS. TEN. (ErKeep constantly on hand, Digging Hope, i-c at the low . si cam prices. oct. 20, lS30.-ir.W-ii. JUII. P. WALLACE. (Successor to C. - A. KuKa,) Central Commission, Receiving and For warding Merchant. OFTCMITB HDD FSLU WS IIALL, KBBpaia, Ten a. rffIIE undcrsigncJ will c-mt nue ihi above business, and sdiccits (he pat ronage c f the late H nife, and the public in gcnersl.' Having a goI cotton shed, particolar a'tenti m will be paid to receiving, Torwar dmg or sale of Coiton. CoUon insured unless therwie directed. JOHN P. WALLACE, Of Panola County. Oct. lrt, lR.-O.-o'irt ln. ADDISOM H. POl'CL4. BTI5 cmoLrv DOUGLASS & CRIDLCY, No. 8, IIowss Row, MEMriHS, T.YN HIILL S(U, St.ve ot Skip, on the u,rtmt. m hut i'ltl fimr.!lril I a very large sn J u!until ERICK COTTON SHED with Warren's P.trot Currcct Rjof, Kh- ia 100 yards of the lower Scam Dt Landing, and wi.l make l terl cali a I- auces on Cotton io JSu-refur , fc'h p. roexL Ail coiton receited by vs wi'l be t!cl under laursnce unt imtntcttona u iL cotrary arCiwrpny the c ot nL Te ratron oftur Planting fr.cais ia We TfBr. sa 1 N--f h SI i-j-ri. u rKt rfpec f . .'f o ,. ik.I. JOHi K1KK, Dctihr in STAPLE FANCY DRY GOODS, CARPETS, &c. Main Street, next to Planter's Bmk, MEMPHIS, TEN. JOHN B. GROVES, & CO. eommfooCou illr rchautc;, New Oilsaas. Office JOHN KIRK, Memphis, Tenn A. T. WCLLS', at 'J ruor Kw, "ITSnow opening a vrrj large and com plete assortment c-f Fall and Winter Goods, every artse'e of wLith i new and frei-h Cunii.iin; of FASHIuNARLE. ORNAM EVTAL, FANCY &. STAPLE DRY GOODS; Carpeting of every paUern and grade; Ready made Clothing of ihe latest si) le; Bo:p, Shots, and ISrcgins, by the case an I single pair; 1 loo nets, Mais, Cps. and t-a1Wy. ALSO R.ankeis, Kersevs, Lindseys, Jnes, Osnbrr, Dumotic, and an end- leis varjrtv of o:her article wtnc") wi. be so d for cash, at such prices as defy coitiptiiio. Small PnorTrs asd qnri SAias'is my m tt . As I do I UMtie- oa lbs ciclu siv cash principle, I feel c.-r.fiJeol ital I can offer inlucemca s lo r-orchets farm penor to hco who b ty an i se'l ca a crt d t Country merrhims i 1 f :,J it A-r i.i teret to lock Uirough try kV. A'l p-cr-t,s di4"Mf d in buy f t c!i, r t'jer at tn!mln UeUil, are po'i ely rej j.;ed to caij and en..r.3 rcy Gau.'s dJ pricey. Yu iWl bt our be't air rtif a, and Ut jour j Jgmctt d.c. tats ss trj our putt.f. A. T.ELL?. G. FALLS, & CO. GROCERS AND owmffi3tcii SHUvtUantu, and General Dealers in Dry Goods, NORTH WEST C JKSEK OF ADAMS fc MAW ST. MEMPHIS, TENN. F.T F-EPS constantly on hand. Baonmr Rope, Groceries, Dry G.od, OMtt a Gcncnil aswrtmcrit to supply Piaritera. G3"P"t'ciilar attention paid ta storing and selling Cotton. Aug. 31, 1S50. nol2-4mo. WM. B. WALDRArV, Wholesale & Retail GROCER: COMMISSION AND FCRWARDINO,. Madison Street, near Post Office.) MEMPHIS, TENN. TjT EI.P3 always on hand a full supply tkof Bnggme and Rope, Sugar, ColTee, liacon, LrJ, t lower, Sic. &c. Particu lar atteiit on pnid to Siorinj?, Shinpinc and ' Selling Cotton. Aug. 31, 1350. no-12-4mo. rv 7"' '.t ir.f, lV'Vr.J" A CARD. 'HVIIE subscribers having completed their aratigdmems lor getting in a heavy, and well assorted sieckof Ilardtvmr, Cutlery Sc Guy for ihe Fall trade, rcspcctfiiilv invite tha attention of Wholksalk Dbaleis i this' card, fully osmrtd they will find it to their interest lo purchase Hard wars in Memnhis. - fO Ing as ihey can find an assortment eijuilly certain full and chuap as may bo' found in Eastern Markets. The purcluso of all our Asnerican Gi-od, h is been mile for cash by us, from the mosi celebratod fiiclories in ibis eoui.try, lUriHtuti tne persr nal attention of a carfner ei(!ing in New York, from whom vre shall be c nstantly receiving heavy sh'rrmnts of C-'Pins and ether makers Axe. Antes and other niakert shovols n l spades, tatt IIo''owware, iron, nails, colfee mt!ls, patent bulsiu-es, cut tucks, ausen, wire seives. roti n cards, Co't n end m ni:la cordage. unes, &.c. &LC. Aooiher partner has scpt his summer in Europe lor tiio exmcs pur- p e of siiperi.iter.ciug the ntf nufacture of "onus poculiaily aJapicd to this sect icrt of the country, such at hoes, Iraccs, ox, lg, fifih, stretcher, breast, t. nue, suy, jack, nd coil chaiu; curry combs, hinges, pad. . ks, steeh arc's, razors, pocket Luiver: table cuilcry, brittjnnia spoonj, Eog1ih nd r rench percossi.'n cas, files, this t Is. drawing knives, hsnd siwt, English cal ted, mill ar.d cr cut ssTrs, fry pans, csndlesikkt.fco'jinelrtrnmin? nedUyd 5vh hooks; drjjbla 0fj einge barrel gio. t i-toTs, A-c i,c. " Tlioso ankle baviii iren alreidy mtnufictureJ to our on Jr atid sh'rntd from LivcrrkiuL iM vjTt via New ()Uar.s, ca:ly m tie Fall. nJ w bope by the tiiiadle of Oclcbtr lo bo lr,-pred wit"i a bcautitUl ttock.tbs fu!essi taruy, aa.J LciT peers of w tuh i,'U-!iat nccf sty oi u.trch.n s fending East .or ihcr hardware, as are fully" alir, l.ng c'ircci tirpoers ourselves, lo co.i p e i;h ary simi'sr Louse La the Ctiiicd Si'a, un.e tonuned and o i tf tnorpin.t ra frm the Ef ewis;?ni. LOWNES is, C. i: in R T. L.vs Cn ,C5, Trii E w -Vf4'. A iZ'aU 'M, If C- p, .