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J"M a k a 1 i i"i , ... i ---------------- -- , , , T ---------------------s---w-w----i---- Vol xxvi. NASHVILLE, . ENW., EEIDAY, MAY 24 N3JMBER47 45 wfZ) SEC 9 STOKE yo jtiErET'STKsrr. Nas kvil let TeHHcsse e. Z tre on hud and are constantly i-pplled with the raort approve- .GRICCLTTTEAli IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES MANUFACTURED. JUST) ALSO X CO-IUETE ASSORTMENT 07 FJTJREwAKD- SELECTED -.SEEDS MACHINES AMD IMPLEMENTS. ratable Steam Engines, Threshing Machines, Rttpers and Movers, Straw Cntten, . .-. Corn Shellert, - yield Boilers, ... ., Circular Saw.-tHls, " ' " -Seed Sowers. Wheat fir it Mills, Cider Mills, , - . . - Hey Preat3,v . Sugar Mills, ! liorsenarlU-ej, - .- "IwlIUU, ... . - . PlOWS,' .Cultivators, v Harrows, - ' " Churns, CloTer Hullers, etc, . SEEDS. over Seed, , oothy8ee4 ".'Clean Bine Gnu Heed, . , '&;OrchrdGrau8eed, , Stripped Blue.GrassSeed, Herd! Onus Seed) Millet Serf, Hungarian Seed, Buckwheat Seed, - Lucerne Seed, , . Osage Orange Seed. ,' Springand lell Pvley, Oats, Bye, i- Potatoes, Perennial Bje Gnu :es STJNDKIES. . Plaster -Paris, Land Plaster, - Guano, Hydraulic Cement' , ARIMSTKONG tc 15-dtwtw2nii DR. J. II- IttcEEAN'S Strengthening Cordial AND BLOOD PURIFIER GREATEST KEMEDT la Tlie World, iSD THE Most Delicious SollRlitful Cordial 1VEII TAKES The thousands npon thtnt asdi irho are daily tutnc &Io Letns EtrenKthenlni; Cerdlal, certiir that it is absolutely an inumcle remeay lor rnoT tratlncand Invtcoratlnc. . 1 i"- the shattTed and diseased sy-1 , tn... I8taklnS tern, Tories and enriching"" laklDS. the 'Blooa resterlngiheilck, suffering Inralld'to HEAL'iH XHV STKENGT1T. There is no Mistake Alout It. It will cure Lirei ComplalnU, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea, Dysea- tery.IIeadache, De.sression or Spirits, Perer and Apie, Inward Ttrer, Bad Breath, or any disease ot theLirer, gtocuch or Bow f Is. 0QKKTLElJEK,dojonwlshto he Healthy, Strong and Yiroroas 7 IQ LADIES do yon want the Bloom of Health to mount to your Cheeks again 1 then go at once and get JKcLcan'siStrcHsTthetilncrCordialand Blood Purltler. Delay not a moment! It is warranted to Rive satisfaction. It will sure any disease of the Kidneys, Womb, or Bladder; faint- ng, Obstructed MenstTsstion, Palling of the Womb, Barren ness, or any disease arising from Ohronieor Neryous Debility, I U an Infallible Remedy. FOK CIIILDKEN. Do yon wsntyour'-delicite, sickly.puny Children, to be Healthy gtront and Robust 7 then giTe them McLEAN'S BTRENQTH XNTNO CORDIAL, (see the directions on each bottle) it is de licious to tike. IO0ne Uble-spoonful, taken erery morning fasting. Is a sure prerentlTe against Chills and Fever, Yellow Perer, Cholera or say prevailing disease. 10 OACTION 1 Beware of DrucglsU or Dealers who may '. try to palm npon yon a bvttle of Bitters or Barsaparilla, Cwhlch they can bny eheapO by saying it is Just as good. There are CTen men BASE enough tc steal part of my came to dub thei YILKdecoctlone. Avoid sucV. infamous PIRATES and their VillUnois compounds I Ask for Dr. J. H. McLean's Strength ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. Take nothing else. It is the only remedy that will Purify your Blood thorouthly, and, at the same time, BTRKNOTHEN and INVIGORATE the whole organisation. It is put np in large Bottles J 1 per bottle, or six botitles for J 5. DR. J; Hi HcLXIN, Bile Proprietor, Corner of Third and Pine streets. St. Louis. Mo. SR. IttcEEAK'S TJA'IVElTSAIi PlIiLS, For XilTcr Complaints) Blllonancas Head aebe, ic. fTHERE has nerer been a CATHARTIC medicine offered to I the pnblle, that has given such entire satisfaction as Sic LSAK'S UNIVERSAL PILLS. Bling entirely Tegetable, they are perfectly innocent and can betaken by the most tender infant; yet prompt and powerful in removing all Bilious secretions. Acid or Impure, Feted Matter tram the Stomach. In raet they are tbe only Pills that should be used in malarious destriets. - They produce no Griping, Sickness or Pain In the Stomach or Bowels, though very active and searching in their operation, promoting healthy secretions of the Liver and Kidneys. Who will suffiT from Biliousness, Headache and Foul Stomach, when so eiep a remedy can he cltalned I Keep them constantly on band; single dose, taken In season, mayprevent hours, days, and months of sickness Ask for Dr. J- H. McLean's Univer sal Pills. Take no other Being coated they are tasteless. Price only ES cents per box, andean be sent by mail to any part of the United States. J. n. MeLEAN, Sole Proprietor, Corner of Third and Pine streets, St. Louis, Mo. DKJ.U. MCLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL, BEST. The bct External In the "World lor Man or lleaat. THOUSANDS -f hnmsn beings have been saved a life of de crepitude and misery, by the ose of this invaluable Lini ment. It will rellev SPAIN alitoit Instantaneously, and it will cleanse, purify anJ heal tbe foulest SORE in an incredible short time McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL LINIMENT will re lieve the mot Inveteratt cases of Rheumatism, Bout or Neu ralgia. For Paralysis, Contracted Muscles, Etlffness or Wesk neistn the Joints, Muscl'S, or Ligaments.it will never fill. Two applications will cure S re Throat, Headache or Eara'die, For Burns or Scalds, or any Pain, It Is an Infallible Remedy. Try It, and you will find it an lndlipenslble remedy. Keep It always on hand. PLANTERS, FARMERS, or any one having charre of horses, will save money by using McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. It Is a speedy and infallible cure far dills, Sprains, Chafes, Swelling, Lameness, Sweeny, Bores, Wounds, Scratches, or any xternal disease. Try it, aud you willbe conviuccd. DR. J. U. McLSAK, Sole Propriitor, Saint Louis, Moi Torsale at Proprietors prices by Berry c Demoville andQ. WiHendershott. mar-W- tw fcw ly b8 twfcwty 1WSW SPRING GOODS! ALLISON, ANDERSON CO., ' importers and Jobbcri at STAPLE Jk FANOY DRY GOODS, & CLOTHING .No. 41 rubllc Square, NASHVILLE, I 1 1 TSNNKSSVE. WE are cow prepared te offer to cask and pioapt time dealers our usual assortment of Spitag 8a Dry GooJs and Clothing, and wiU saake t to the interat if aU goedmen to examlue ou, k-LLls0Ni DSBSfla t CO tart-dtv&wlsi DR. S X COBB WOULD respectfully announce to the cUUons of Nashville and vicinity, that he has opwel Dental Booms on Cherry street, No.JO, opposite ThtitM.vhere he will be pleas cdito receive aad wait upon tny person wishing a Dental oper ation, performed, aad as times are hard and war-like, he will nromlis to make charges very moderate 7p78,--ny gntlman who has enlisted in the Southern Army lat wishes to have his Teeth operattd upon before going, can call at air office and have It done free Oralis for Nothing. Bespectfolly, aplglHKm JCORB " WAtC NOTICE. FROM and after this date we wll sell Ooods (xclutitth fox Cashi all'my clerks have volunteered for the war aJni ether course is iui uj apZ3 a k r 3. T. HORTON & CO To the; Bureau if MUary Supplies. X-V7T, kavt over ten thousand pounds of lead on hatd , wals W vSrtasconnty Militsry Companies ca8 have for ..'nJ, irlevln-their ooaldat our place, free of chars. apS5 USNDKRSON BJlOd. Mciupliis aua Arfcansas River U. S HI A I ! UNE. COMPOSED of the following new and elegantly furcishe Boa'.s, to-wtt: 1'rod.erlcNolrebe, Capt. R. L. Haikis. Cheater Amies'. " Bosx PaiTCHaas. Little Rock, 3txa Eiowu. Koao u fOneof the above nientlostd Boats nAl ssve Memrhis en TOESDAX'S, THURBOAY'S apd SATURDArSi atSPM., ecnnectlng at Little Reck wlft Veachtl for the celebrated Hot Spring.) and with vnU heats for all points above. J or further Itf CJSiUua address L. HARNETE AD.Agent, Cor. Front Madison Et's, Memch l-hn or J" D.ADAMS, Proprie PIAKUTDMIKR awn liRIMIRINr:. jGXIOCIrTJHAX. 3 my i l3aBaaaaaaaaaaaVuaBBBaV9Lr3 GW. KIBBEE wUI hencefor make Nashville his perma nent reiiaenee, and rill tune Pianos, Organ-, a4 Mclodoon. by tbsjtar or single tcnisg, andean visitas often as required, since he win spend at least one week In every sBontntatne cityand v.anity. ne will visit regularly the ownlln Middle, Weit,afl KastTennessee,asd North Alabama aad Mississippi. OrdersleftatBenson&Co.'s Music Etore,o X?,'vn0 Zoomi, on Church street. Cmnricaacns ly sOlwUlbipronptly stt dad to. prll d4kwf W - ' A Kf BBLS BarfirBitr,raolly. SS Erii Imlly, Xftillll In stored to arrive WltaUrosAjffld Blver, for tate en comalstien by - - - mgj - Ur 1 T1TJ - He. 5 Broadway KDiU-U TXTRA fine White and BlueMesha30cE?otoe,Jut reoelr- aperOen-Anaerfor THE Tennessee Msjine.ai"dFJreriBSrance Cempon this day dKlsred a fstml-annnlH -dlvjdead of six doll per share, payable to thestecEholderi on demand- XI W. BDTLK B apO-lw eret THE STAR GAXXEKY I DagKerreotypes, Awtretypes. MELAINDTYFES. BPHEREOTVPES AND I'HOTOGKAPIIS No 44, Union Street next door to Wesst! Thompson s. T. X. SALTZIJIAW, fLATK orrs-LTOS: AT Rnnnn' OX1XXXT.) TTAVINQ fitted np rooms as above, exclusivelyfor that 1. a nrancn oi ousiness, IS prepared to receive ue usiea ana srentlemen of Nashville and make faa timUa of their faces. In lie highest style of the Art. No expense has been spared either aianuBcmg ua apartments crprocunng me sioh mprored apparatus und inaterials,udthesnbseriber confident Jnltves all who may want pictures te give him a call,pledglng IC? XntranrnextdoorfWest)to Weasel 4 Thompson. STJ t. T. SALTZMAK. Notice. 1 a THE copartnership heretofore existing ender the style of E--' t SWiUM. OiLrtsK k. Cn. was this dar. dlssolTedibrlan iuu consent. J & uiuuuox retiring rrom tne nrm. JO IDWAEDB. J. K. OILKEKSOK, J. iv. utba&iwi E. P. EDWABD8.) JnlyI4,I8C0. JO . XDWAKDI, r. B. IUXUS, X. T. B)WiW EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO., (scccx u to rnwix ns, onrnsnni kco.) m ILL continue the Wholesale Grocery. Forwardlagian V v Commission business at the oldstnd,corner College aadj unurca streets. juiyi-u: LAKE KINGSTON Ice com x33.5r- THE undersigned hare now on hand 4000 tons famous EAKE KINGSTON ICE, ad with such a snnnlr ther are read rta rill all orders. The depots used last season are re-opened, and any orders left at them "ui receive prompt attention. VONBAD, V HANDLES Be CO.,.' No 49 South College street. N. B. Particular attention given to filling country orders.' rasr-a-a-m " AM now receiving a fine assortment of GAITERS, BOOTS AND SHOES, roa THE SPILING AND SUMMER TRADE They are of excellent quality and from the best manufactu. rers, and will be offered low for cash. JOHN A. XAMAGE,. pH7-tf No. 42 College street. 1861 SECOND IMPORTATION OF SPEHS AM) SUMMER GOODS! THOMPSON Are cow receiving their Second Importation i OF THE SEASON. Figured Grenadines, Embroidered Poplins, . Embroidered English Bareges.1 Organdie Muslins, Figured Linen Cambric, Black mantles, new styles; Mourning Goods, L Embroideries, Heavy Plantation Goods, Linens, Domestics, Ac, Ac. THOMPSON & CO,, tor No. 59 College street. apl!2-tf MEAL AND IIIlANSl f BAGS extra Family (bolted) Meal, )VI 5 barrel. White Brans, very fine. Received this day, and now offered lew for cash by ap!20-tf COMBS it MARTIN.. Fhlladclpnii Mado Clothing-. alx ron THRSl DATS OJILT.) WE are In receipt of an invoice of Coats, Tanta and Vests, of superior styles, which are decidedly Cheat. apu-u kj FSHIEDSkCO. Corn, Hay and Oats. 4 SUPERIOR lot of Corn, Hay and Oats, Just received and for sale at low Sjcuresby COMBS 4c MARTIN. ITU-lm ARRIVAL OF MAILS AT VILLE. NASII Washington City. Vircinia. North Carolina. South Gur Geergia, fcocthAlabaraa, and East Tennessee, arrive via Ohat tanooga Railroad, at B)i o'clock, A M. Northern and Eastern Malls, via Nashville and Louisville Railroad, also Western States, twice a day, at S o'clock, P.M., and 4 o'clock, A. M. Way Mails N tiLE R. daily. Southern Mails, New Orleans' Memphis, Arkansas, Texas and Mississippi, arrive daily at J.' o'clock, AM. way mans, same route, arrive aaily at IX o'clock, A M. 8mltvlille, Alexandria and Lebaarn. and Wav Mails riv dally. except Sunday, at 12 o'clock, M. Bmithland, Uopklnsville, and a portion of Southern Ken tucky, Clarksrille and uay Malls, daily at 10 o'clock, A. M- BnilDy vine, via xiiuns and way mails, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12 o'clock, M. West Tcassee, via Huntingdon. Waverly and Chulatto, trl weekly. 8nniay, Wednesday and Friday, 11 o'clock, A. M: UUrty, via Rural Hill, Stewart's Terry, weekly, Thursday, at 11 o'clock A. M. CcntreTllle.via Vernon and Pinewood, SsnUi Harper and Tank, teml- weekly. Tuesday and Friday. 1". o'clock AM. Clarksville, via Btcamore Mills, WLUa'a Bend. Ac. weekly: FHdsy.atllo'clxkAM. DEPARTURE Or MAILS. From Nashville to Ohattanooga, Washington, Baltimore Philadelphia, Nev York, Boston and New England States de partsat3Q'oUck P M Way Mall for Georgia, South Carolina, North Carollaaand Soothers Virginia, Icav. on Chattanooga Railroad at 3 o'clock M.. NashvUle to Louisville, departs at S o'clock, P Mi WarMslls 2 " Malls for Indiana, Northern Illinels, Virginia, Missouri, Michigan and Northwestern States, departs at S o'clock P Mi Nasnvilleto Decatur, via Vranklia and Columbia, and other' way offices, Opart at 8 o'clock A M. NashvUle to Lebanon, daily, ewxpt Sunday, departs at 4i o'clock AM. Also offices on the way and beyond Lebanon X o'clock AM. Nashville to ClarksvllU; departs at 5 o'clock A M. For goutbern Kentucky, departs at Sy, A M. Nateville to Shsibyville. viaNolensvitle and Triune, Tues day, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 o'elock A M. Nathvllls to Huntingdon, via Charlotte, Waverly.tri ly, Mwdsy, Wednead.y and Priday, at 2 o'clock P M. Kashvlllsto Liberty, via Stewart's Ferry, HuddUstsne'kS Heads, Rural Hill, o .weekly, Thursday, at 12 e"ckuk M. Nashville to Centreville, via rank, Vernon, Ptoewood, c, Tuesday and Friday, at 2 o'clock P M. Nsshville to Clarksville, via Sycamore Mill, weekly. Priday, at lo'clockP.M. ' NASHVILLE 1X3T OFFICE. Opens at6K o'c'kA.M. 01osea7r PM. SCXDAl. Onens W'H' (11. i At 10 o'clock Ai 1 IM. v i iAb ociocxr.. PARTIES mailing Lettere Joust put them In the Office befo'" schedule hours to secure their immediate departure, er ther wit4 temala la the Oflee twtnty-faurs hours. VlW-tf W. D. McNISH.P.M. PROCTER & GAMBLE, 34 trcst Second Street, CINCINNATI. Manufacturers and Wholeealo Dealers in STAR AAD TALLOW CANDLES, Ol cine, German and 1'aIinSoap, Eard oil CANDLES SOLD BY ACTUAL TTEIQHTs .It is well known that many Star Candles that are really seven to tbe pound, are branded and said as "sixes" There Is a disadvantage and a loss in this practice to both retailers and consumers, even If the Candles are bought at a reduction or two cents per lb. from the price r tbe regular article. Thus I A box of "Sixes" snoXTwnsHT, contains 340 Candles, - ' and Is sold for 40 lbs at say 18 ets. A bsx of Sevens containing the same number of Candles same sise is sold for 34 lbs, acttal wiiuht, at 20 cU 3 SO Difference in favor of buying by wrlht Andthis olfference becomes greater as the price aJrsaaees. - U in obvious that the retailer can get no sou fos his 340 Can dies in one easa than In the other, consequently, on every, has, dm boxes of "short weight" be tells, ha tacs rcKXT soUa-S rau'oi-d3m - FINE IU!,SiZ IfOTAAOES. 0BAGB and SBZtZftli, j art 'rweived at low prices by U&NJ'X El -ti mm km SHU 71 til aclB Spring ofiISl Naskvltlo,- - T6HH. ABTI0L1I MADS. PAINTED STONE WARE, every article aade PRINTED AND COMMON STON WARE, ETery Article Made, VBtr AXTICIX SUBS. French CMnav Gold " v , , . Band, ; White and . fancy Finest cut and chcaplest press. SILVER PLATED WAEE, best goods made. TABLE . CUTLERY,, flaest quality. Jaip p-Tin War e, GREAT 7A XuQOTCTTC-f QLASS3S Xrery EUes Coal Oil Lamps, from SO cents t 113 each. BEST COAL OIL CHILDRESS CaI)S;anCarriags, SOME TJEEY FINE. REFRIGIRATC'RS aV ICEJCHESTS? Most approved niisi WATER COOTJERS. AND Bronze aad,Pariaa Figaros. SOKE VERY .FINK Frull Cans, Glass and Tin, Jaost approved. BIBB CAGES, ed assortgtM BRITANIA AND BLOCK TIN "WARS, WOOD &. WISAOW WAlW nouns VarnlsHIng- Gorsda CJoiaorallyi T0I8 ANDrANCr ART10LX& OF TJ8K A?tS ORNAMENT In' great -variety. All of which" will he sold 25 per cent. less than usual, IF o T O GU..-4S-23L S caal rejalar pikts and cswl time to PHOaPT ' PAYING , 3VI!B8i Thh? stack Is very Urxcasd conirteiS-Vartety sndWyls.aad n examlnailen lsiollcltefroB L aWrftM Jil aadWtell trmie NEW -C'BPF Garden Seefli3 JUST KE0SITEDBT STRETCH & F0RBES,.pruggists, CaUSS COtXUl-AWS DXtoajtTKt-TSl !-10NS18TINa . all of,hii popular kinds, such M Silver Skin Onion Setts, Red Wcatherfield, do do, : ' Extra Early Peas', Large Marrp,wat do, , yaIcHtineBcaas! SHar ParsHip Seed by tlie pound, 3 .Cabbage Seed Radish seed. Together with a large Variety la Pacers to which ire Invite the .attention ot Gardners aid others. Wholesale&R CHEAP CASH DRUG HOUSE! 4TRET0H & FORBES, Corner College. & Union Streets, Nashville, teknzssez. Country Merchants, Phyitdanj, Planter! and 'closa'csih buy will find t verv much to their interest to call and purchase their goods at the Clscap Cash Drug- ilouniO of STRETCH & FORBES, They hive now in store and are constantly receiving dlreo from first hand Importers and Manufacturers, everything per taining to the Drug business, such as Alcohol, Linseed Oil. Pure White Lead, Castile Soap, Turpentine, Alum and Glue, Cloves and Nutmegs, Garrett's Snuffs, Tube Paints, Artists Brushes, Fine Teas, Sweedlsh Leeches. Springs, varnishes. Window Glass Putty, Indigo and Madder, Ovchlneal, Blrd.Seed, Wines and Brandies, pare WM.klea. STRETCH & FORBES; a B Are also Extensive Dealers In Arabrotypc, Melalnotype, Photograph and Daguerreotype Good, And Artists' Apparatus and Chemicals ef every description n New York Bills duplicated la every instance, aivv.i iu. .vi- rlage; " STRETCH & PORBES Also keep on hand the largest and beat stock of Trusses aad Supporters ever offered In this city. Whatever may be, the slxe of ths i pa tient, or the kind of hernla.he can certainly be suited by calling attbe'CoxatK r Corxxsz AMD Cxiok Stxxith where' can be foundaioodassortment of Surgical and DenUl Instruments, Lace Stockings, Knee Saps, Anklets, fec feboif . BEFORE TAKING THE Elixir AFTER TAKING THE Elixir ! DOCTOR RIGHT'S CELEBRATED REJUVENATING ELIXIR! Prepared on the strictest Pharmaceutical principles by one of the. ablest Chemists et tne age. THI8 Is altogether a new 'medidne, the remit of modern discoveries in the vegetable kingdem, being an entirely new and abstract method of cure, Irrespective of all the old and worn out systems published by accomplished quacks to the auffer Ing. Dr. Wright, wll knowing the deception practised upon the nnlnlBeted, feltithis duty at once to have this Elixir tested by the whole Medical Facultr. who, without even one dissenting Talce, have given in their adherence to Its perfect and undivided control over the whole physical man when his frame has been reduced, and when all other medicines known to the Pharmaeo pet la have been tried In vain. Long-thought years of patient ixyestlgation, and a nil dtrptrandum determination have crowned the Doctor's efforts, and he now offers the IJUxir to suf feting humanity as the only thing that can cure the following diseases namely I Qexeral Debility, Mental and Physical Depression, D'etermlnatlon of Blood to the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria, General Irritability, BAtleesnets aod Sleeplessness at Night, jlbtcnce of Muscular Xfficlency, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disorganisation of the Organs of Generation, Palpitation of the Heart, And, In fae. all the concomitants of a nervous and debilitated state of tbevten. As a. Stimulant, It is suite dtff. rent from alcoholic preparations- Jflij not sub ieU to reacUons In any shape 1 It continues te exernfluence guluafulnd ei tclently, aVlong as the least neces.45 exists for It, nmeneeT Asr a. Female Klcdlclno, It Is equally powe rfnl and effective, and restores the equilibrium soonerndsafer than all the other medicines which for years have Sorted Ithe i mi trket, and which are only injurious, to place of assisting or rentrraUng the constitution . for a Tery good rta sonTtoo, that they are only made from the effusions of minds gnorant ol the Met Seal profession altogether. pro Minerals X Dt Wriiht thinks it well to stake his professional character on the fact, that no- minerals whatever form the least component parti of the IngredVente ef his Rejuvenating Elixir well know Eg what ruin has) wen entailed on the commnnity by opium aad "aenerally.to this debilitated, Dr. Wrignt would say, Never despair. Ne matter iow worn down j oa may be, no ma.ter tow weikyeu are no rat iter what the cause may have beenforsake at once whatever haa led you to depart from Hygienic principles take his KoJttvcHatlnsr Elixir, And you will toon frnd yoarself a new man-a pride Instead I o the reverse, to your Iriends, and a healthy, sound, and worthy Member of the humaa family. ... TTr Price 82 per hoUle, or three bottles, for 15, aad forward edlby mall to all parte of theUnlted 1 States. . Sold by all respectable druggists threughout the United States and Canadas. The trade supplied at a liberal discount- Joruleby theproprieto & cQ 31 and 151 Ohartres street, New Orleans, Lai 8otdlnNtATillebyG.W.Hendershott,Berry tc eaoj"J wing Pendleton, and all responsible dinggists. ocxr OT.D SaVCHEITT BITTERS, AND WIGWAM TONIC. THE2E delldous and far-toed BlUers are recorflnsnded by the Kwt FhysicUns of the country, oa accoant of their PUB ITT AND GEE AX MEDICINAL VIRTUE. They are cieasaot as xieeUr to the taste, and are pronoanced r7.V..i a--i.nf .v.rd to the nubile. Yh.i.mtfTiaweriIn cases of General Debility, Loss of AppeUte, Conatlpaaon, etc., are unparalleled, and as a guaran tee that we feel warranted la claiming what we do, we beg leave to state that our asaer'.lcns are endorses ay Pro!. S ILIHAN, ofTTale Colleec. Prol. HATES, or ffltaaeacMaserts, t l,.-J.arla urAU-r-w lir hy.6rMewtoa Ibre j,jand DragSrt ecrsUr. SEjMTT by express Retailed at Wholesale Prides, Madeto Measure t $18 per doz. oil six FOii nine npiiL.Ans, Without Collars on, with Collars, on ,$2per doz. extrx ..MAD? OP HEW-TQIIE; MILLS ilUSLIN, With fine LlneaBosnms, and warranted u good a Shirt' as sold In. the retail stores at $2fi0 each, , -ALSO, THE VERY BEST SHIRTS THAT CAN BE' MADE AT tl EACU. P. S. Those who think I cannot make a good Shirt for (IB per dozen are mistaken. Hire's the cost. of one dozen $18 fine shirts. - " flV : SO yards of New-YorKMEs'mu.natll,lcpcr 'jd?' 35 7 yards of fine linen, at EOc per yard,, i 8 BO Making and cutting..,..- ...;6 00 . Laundry, 1; buttensand cotton, COs...., al U) Profit 63 TotaI...s.. flSOO Self Measurement for Sljirts. Printed directions sent free everywhere, and so easy to understand, that any one can take their own measure forshirix, I warrant s good fit. The cash to be paid to the Express Company on receipt of goods. The Xxpress charges on on dozen Shirts from New fork, to New Orleans Is f L, P.SL-PARIIES.WISniNG tflHRTS IN HASTE, not having time to send for Rules of Measurement, should send per mail, prepaid, one'of the best Bttlngshirts they have got, st&tmg'&ny alterations that may be required. S. WH.W"AED, from London, 387 Broadway, up stairs, .Between White 4 Walker Streets, NEW-YORK-October lS,"lS60-deodly PORTER, JOHNSON & CO. The oaly Exclusively Wholesale DIALERS IN Hats, Caps, Bonnets 3c Straw Goods Ef THE CUT, Ko. 51 Public Square, HASHVIIAE, TENN. WE are now receiving aad opening an-entirely new itocr of Sprlns aad Summer Goods, which we are offering with superior INDUCEMENTS to sell for CASH or tdPrompt Bayers on our usual time, and we assure them WE WILL make it to tiuox ijitexot to call and examine our stock before purchasing elesewbere. ,,-. marl7-tf n B. S. WELLEB, SR., vroaaxa m COPPEK, TIN AND SHEET IKON axo nxAisx xx Agricultural Implements, FIE1.D, GAKDEN, AH1 lliuwuu. ox., ALSO BTJIiBOUS BOOTS OF AXIi VAKIETIES, jTo. 50 South Sroai Street, SatTitUU. P.S.RoofUniand Guttering In Copper and Tin in the most ennerinr stvles. In tewn and country. X Peck, Smith t Co.'s Tin- ners MachlnesandnandToolsforsale. xah24 tf. JiASIlVIIIK COMaiEBCIAli INSURANCE COMPANY, CAPITAL SlQOiOOO I ALL PAID IN. Orsicx at io. 30, corner of Cedar ttrtet and Public Squart, WILL take risks against Loss or Damage by Fire en Build-it.-.- nao,:i. Wares and Merchandise generally. Alse, on Shipments against loss or damage by Seas and rivers to and from all points. ALiiU iilltl on negroes agauisi ue uftosi. wi mo mi wi DIRECTORS. Atrx. Tau, W.T.Bsmt, Axthoxt W. Taxixzx, JobxH. Ewih, Joan Kiuslax, Husa McCaxa, Jakxs' Woods, Josxtb Edwakos, B CMcNaiar, IanrMosBAX, W H. Evaxs: ALEXANDER TALL, Presidentl Jakxs Walxxx. Bee etiry. augl7. 49 Pnblle Square, If nulivllle, IMPORTEHS ASTt DEALERS IS FOREIGX AXD DOMESTIC DRY GOODS Are now receiving aad opening their steok of Spring Goo making their assortment full and complete. marU-dlm nUNTSVIL.EE HOTEL, HUMS VILLE, ALA.- TniS House Is now open for the accomodation of the Public The rooms are all large, well ventilated and famished In the best style with new and beautiful furniture and carpets. ..T-..ir.. TOnsim. wrl 1T.11. unt Uffhtedbv Gls. The Ladies and Gentleman's Parlors are furnished In a splen did and luxurious style, eomrortaoie ana inviting. THE TABLE shall at all times be supplied with everything a good home and fnr.tn market n afford, and bavins in my employ good and experienced cooks and table servants, everything shall be pre pared ana senea in mc ww uuuuici. THE BAR t. a. .i.fci nith fll.1 and excellent Liauors and Wines, som' criiinr all the most popular brands, both native and foreign growth Connnected with this house is a splendid BILLIARD SALOON I containing three fine tables, affording a pleasant and healthy ... rA- . l.tanri-horir. Eveiythlnglnmypowershallbedone to make the guests ef the House comiortaoie. . . feblS Jim. JOHN P. LEE, Superintendent Envelopes. Envelopes. CONFEDERATE STATES FLAG ENVELOPES. HUTTON At FKALIGII, LA1K W . M. HUTTON & CO. COBNER OF SECOND AND ADAMS STREE1S, ITILmi'IlIS. SometUlnir Now, Good, Neat, and Really Jlandtome. No mere straight lines, like a straight jacket on an Envelope.but A BEAUTIFUL FLAG- Gracefully Flowing to tne Brocze, With room oa, be upper right hand corner, not only for a stamp but FOR MERCHANTS AAU Ulllii- xr...v.ni. .TinnM nrder Ape or two thousand: Hotel Keepers twice asmany; Steaaiboatmen a bushel of them; Banks and Bailroaas as many it. uxy EVERYBODY WILL WANT THEM, We shall fill orders on the principle of t FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED." PRICES. ' Confederate F1K Envelope, without Card, per 1000... .910,00 -12,00 wim vara, ALSO, Letter Head 1 . Der aulre. .73 cents Note Heads, -30 In quantities less than 1000, 25 per cent additional. Eegulardiscount to tbe trade. ....... t m.t..l with tY.n cuh nromntlr attended to. rh... TJnreltmes are Drlnted only at tbe Great BoathemPub- Ushtng and Job rnnung jsstaoiuameuv oi HOTTON & FRELIGH, Eecoai street, near corner of Adams, adjoining Calrery Oharch, Memphis, Tenn. , where cetier worx is aone m mo JOB PRINTING LINE Than elsewhere in the South. ALSO, Pliag: Badges, Printed la colors, on white sUk. apis-tl GENTLEMEN I C eT . ZEUTZSCHEL FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SllOt MAKER Confined exclusively to GENTLEMEN'S WEAK,, NO. 2,9 UNION S'TBEETi rfsulrrllle. : " : : Tcuneaseo HesoUdts patronage. HE WARRANTS SATISPA0TI0NI apll-dly ' FIVE?;SHOOTERS. . A Nlnroice far tale cheap, by 2X EENJ. P. SHIELDS tc CO, aplQO-tf PRIVATE TDIXION DE. D. ? WRIGHT wlrties to devote a portion of tbe day .to giving private Instruction in Latlo,:ari,lIrach, Kthewiaties. Muncac. Xooms over tbo Pert OJSse. 8 SaHIt1Sitiim itnb mim Dally tsi Ti-l-"WeeiUy 5 "Weekly 2 Kates ef AdTcrtlslH?. TZK LINZ3 OR 13 CONSTITUTE A SqUARS. IS tl CO 3 00 4 SO 600 900 12 00 13 00 25 00 EX DAILY. Each additional lateriioB, Each additional equal's, One Insertion, 1 Week 2 - -, 1 Month, 2 3 6 12 - 50 1 50 2 00 GO SO 00 00 10 00 SBSaWABLS AX PLXA8TTBJK. One Square, oneyear,'30 Each additional Bquare, 310. drertleers cxeeedlHff tao space coatracted lor, ivill bo cbarged for tae excess. IX THE- WXEZXT. On Dollab. per Bquare for the first, andYrrrr Oorrs for each absequent Insertion. Advertisements published In both the Dally and Weekly, wll e charged the fall dally rate with one-half the weekly rate added. lranrimi AdvrU!anniunutti paid for ai th Ueuof imarUon. SPECIAL NOTICE. The Ulox. axd AXica it conduct id tiritily upon A Cash tvtUm. All pa pert or dltconiin utdattK expiration oftka finw far-wilc thiy law hea l in. cruvtcnuers ma oenoiyisa wm Hrwicniw about to exrtre, iv a cross numonVUir vaoert: and tin- Utttht tvbieriptionit rai4u4i te paper will b dltcontln uid. ThUU a rut from xcf.icA.tken uiiibt no departure WatcX for th cross mart, and renew iour tvbtertptum. fteoM ukiom axs axbicax ptf onium tn aavanct Tri- Wnilv Uxiox axd 'rnxicm s5 per annum in ad- vane. TTr Subscribers desiring their papers chimed must mention the Post OfCcsrcCTjSswsllastheonefo, whlei they desire the change to be made. DECISIONS OF THE SCPKEffTE COCBT. OFFICIAL. Decisions of the Saprorac 'CoHrt of the State or Tenuessee at Nasaville, He- cerabor Term, 18GO. Barcroft, Beaver tc Co., and others vs. Sncdgrats and otfierir The complainants arc a portion of the joint cred itors of the late mercantile firm of Snodgraas & Brothers. Joseph Snoderasa. the senior member of said firm, died in July, 1858, and immediately after his death, to-wit : On the 17th day of July, 1858, the surviving members of theilrm, Lafayette and James H. Snod graas, made an assignment by deed, of trust to the defendant, Debrell, as testator, of all the property and effects of every description belonging to said firm, includingreal estate, stock of goods, and debts due to the concern. The firm, at the death of Joseph Snodgrass, was largely indebted to complainants (who are mer chants of New York. Philadelphia and Nashville.) for goods purchased in the fall of 1857; and likewise to a large number ot persons at Dome, ana was men really insolvent to the extent of many thousands of dollars. The assignment professes to bo for the benefit of all the creditors of the firm, and all are named, in cluding the complainants. But, by reason of the preftrtnee given to "the domestic creditors, it is prob- atue that Put little, it anytnwg, wiu pe len lor tne complainants. Among the class of preferred cred itors there are a large number, perhaps upwards of twenty, the respective amounts of wnoBe dents are not stated at all. There are also a large number of debts provided for in the preferred list, which.primo facie, are individual debts of the several partners and not debts 01 tne nrm. By the terms of the deed the trustee is to take possession ot tne "ianus, Tenements, town lots, goods, wares, drugs, jewelry, merchandise, proper ty and effects hereby assigned and conveyed, and sell the same upon such terms and conditions as in his judgment may appear best and most for the in terest of all parties concerned, and convert the same into cash," S:c. The deed further provides that H the trustee fails to make a sale of all the property, both real and personal, within, eiqhieen monUis from this dale, that he shall proceed to auveruse," zc. The trustee is required, out ot the proceeas, nrsi to satisfy in full a long list of preferred domestic creditors, whose names occupy nearly two pages; and among whom are included the trustee himself, and several family relatives of the makers of the deed. The surplus is to be distributed prorala among the complainants and creditors not included in the privileged class. The attachment in the present case wasnosissuea until the 22d of November, 1S58, mere than four months after the date of the assignment. It appears from a schedule exhibited by the trus tee with his answer, that the entire assets of the firm of every description, except the land, was es timated at upwards of $40,000. It likewise appears from said schedule, that after hts acceptance of the trust, and before the service of the attachment, ne realized from the trust property and to certain of the preferred creditors, upwards ot sio.uuu. The residue or the property seized upon uie at tachment was placed in the hands of a receiver, by order of the Chancellor, who appointed the trustee receiver. An application was made Debrell, as trustee and receiver, for a sale of the rfal estate which was de creed accordingly. The bill impeaches the assignment for fraud.botn in law and in fact, and also upon other grounds. The Chancellor decreed the assignment void in law, on the ground that the surviving partners did not possess the power to make an assignment to a trustee of the partnership effects, and more espe pecially an assignment giving a preference to some Of the partnersnip creoitara over uuiera. It may be observed, before noticing the material grounds relied upon to avoid the assignment, that the objection to the legal competency of the trustee to execute the truss in tne snape in wmcu u i pre sented to us is of no importance. The objection is this: The trustee at the time of his appomtment as such, was the Clerk of the County Court of White. He, in form, before entering upon the execution of the trust, gave a bond, and took an oath, as pre scribed by sec 1974, of the Code, the bond being taken by the deputy tiierjc, ana me oatn auminister- rcd by him also. This was clearly noi auowaoie. xae vier. Him self, is the person designated by law, to take and preserve the bond, and to administer the oath. These acts cannot, in the existing state of our law, be performed by the principal Clerk before his deputy: and consequently, unless exonerated from the obligation to give Donu ana tase tne oaiu, uy the beneficiaries in the trust, (as may be done, by tho section above referred to) the Clerk is not legally competent to act as trustee. Ailmittinir this to be so. however, it in no way affects the validity of the trust, or the interests of the beneficiaries. Tho law referred to, provides for the appointment of another, to act in all cases . ... f ! . '.C .1 where tne trustee iaiis to quamj , auu, ui wane, the case of a trustee incompetent by law to act, is embraced, sec. 1977. But aside from this, in equity, trust is never allowed to lau, or to oe anectea, for want of a trustee. "We nroceed to notice the more important grounds upon which the validity of the deed of trust is as sailed. . 1. The charge of intentional Jtraud, in malting the assignment, is very positively denied Dy the defendants, and is not sufficiently supported by the proof. It is true, there are matters apparent upon the face of the deed, which furnish prima facie evidence, perhaps, of fraud in fact; but these suspicious cir cumstances, or badges of fraud, are sufficiently ex plained in the answers and proof, to repel the pre sumption of intentional fraud. 2. It is said that it was fraud, in law, at least, upon the complainants, to embrace in the. assign ment, debts that were not due from the partnership, but from the individual members of the flrtn. Tf the fact were shown to be so, the legal conclu sion insisted upon, would not follow, as was decided in Lassell vb. Tucker. 5 Sneed, 1. But the matter of fact, except ma very :ew in stances, is shown not to as assnmeu; anu mat, in facts, the debts, though apparently the individual debts of the separate partners, were in reality part nership debts. . . , It is clear, that wherever the original credit was given to the partnership, that will constitute a debt against the partnership, notwithstanding tho part ner contracting tho debt, may have given his own eeperate security, or made himself personally liable therefor. And on the other hand, the original cred it was exclusively given to the partner contracting the debt, the partnership will not be liable therefor, although it has been applied to tho use and benefit of the firm. Story on Part sec. 36T. Unless, indeed the debt thus contracted by the partner on his own account exclusively, has been immediately assumed by the partnership, with the assent of the creditor, as a partnership debt; it will, then, henceforth be treated in favor of the creditor as a joint debt. So if one partner is separately entrusted with trust money, and, with the knowledge and assent of the partners, he applies it to the partnership purposes, it will constitute a joint debt against the partner ship, at the election of the beneficiary, lb. 3C8. Thpw ia no ilonbttliat. under certain circumstan ces and upon a sufficient consideration, by agree ment of the partners, and with the consent of the o,,i;fnr in senarate debts of one partner may be converted into the joint ueois oi mo paruicrauiii, and the joint deDts oi tne partnersnip, into BOTiarntA debts of one partner, lb. 369, 370. It is cenerally true, . however, that m order to bind the firm, the partner contracting ,ior.t miiat have had an orieinal authority to do ao, and have exercised it on the credit and account of the firm, and not on nis own extiuni.o wiciy.,ui ho transaction must have been subsequetly rat ified and adopted by the firm, as one for which they were originally name, or ior wuicu uicy mo inci ted to become jointly liaDie, or to lueirjuuii. tv. 1h. 148. 146. From these principles it will easily be seen, what debts embraced in tbe assignment are partnership debts, and what remains the separata dubts of the .'n.livirlnal nartnera. 3d. It is also insisted, that the omission in tho deed to state the respective amounts due to a largo num hprnfthe referred creditors, if not sufficient to avoid ths deed altogether, will at least avoid it pro tanto. It is certaioly proper, for various reasons, that the debt intended to be secured, should be describ ed with sufficient certainty, either in the deed, or by reference to a-schedule accompanying it ; and the omission to do so. if not satisfactorily explained cau- not fail to excite suspicion. But, it would seem from the authorities, that if there be nothing else to impeach the lairness anu vonuju . " -tion, neither the validity of the deed, nor the eecuri- ty designed ior me creuiwr uu .1 k .:i,i -oM-ii ha BfTacfed thereby. It has been held, that where there was a mistake in the ...tmonL in statinc the debt at less than tee amount really due and intended to be received,.that the mistake might be shown, and that the i trust vs.WeIr; 5. Serg. RawleHOi ; see, also .2Ietcalf lOo, to the same effect. So, It has been held in Louis iana, that the debt may be described by the name TifkT w nd.it3 amount left to be ascertained. KoD.iAit; l.and in a recent case in New York, where the description of the creditors -was, as a, class of ".laborers aad workmen" of the assignors, residmg in Albany aadniialootmenUoriing the names of tiie personsor the respective "amounts due to each : it was heldthat the assignments ould not be avoided on this ground.22 Barbour, 55fj. Ia all such cases, however, it ought to appear very clearly, that the omission waa not a meditated sub terfuge, with the view of leaving an opening for fraudulent or unfair practises ; and the existence, and true amount of the debt, at the date of the as signment, should be fully established. 4th. It is not insisted, that the seryiving partners had no power to make .an assignment of tha part nership effects, to a trustee, for the benefit'ofcredi tow, with or without preferences, of eithertha per sonalty, or realty belonging to the firm. This objection presents a question of serious diffi culty, and one upon which the authorities are direct lv at variance. The power of one partner to make a general as signment of all the nartnershin property, ao as to break ut its operations has been regarded as doubt- iuiDysomeoi tne auinonues. oiurjf uu i"sn.. 101, note 4, and case cited. Burrillon assignment (2d Ed.1 45 to 5 where the cases are more fully re- ferredito. 3 KenU Com., 47, note. The current of authority, however, is perhaps, in favor of such a power. 5 Sneed, 1. A much more different question isj as to the pow er of one pasrtner where all are living, and capa ble of acting in the matter, and might be consulted to make such an assignment of the partnerthip effects, to a trustee, for a benefit of creditors, with out the consent, or against the will of his copart ners ; even though all the creditors be admitted to an equal participation of the proceeds, by the terms r.i 1 !. mi . ui uiB aaaiguoieiiu iuo jiuwer to miuw sucu aa as signment is denied, by numerous caies, more es pecially when it assumes to give preference to some of the joint creditors and in other cases, the power is- distinctly maintained. See the authorities above referred to, where most of the cases, on both sides, of the question, are noticed. The case of Lasselvg.Tucker.5 Sneed, 1, man tains thedctrmeTtca.tqnepartnerlinthe absence of hia co partner, may make aTalid assignment, to a trustee, of all the partnership effects, for the security and payment of the partnership debts. This case sim ply involved the question of the power ef one part ner to make such an assignment in the absence of the other. The question as to the power of giving preferences, the effect of the dissent of the other partner to such an assignment, were not in the case. In this State these are still open questions, and, in regard to them, the law can scarcely be said to be settled. If required now to express an opinion, we should feel reluctant to yield our assent to the doctrine that it is incompatible with the fundamental princi ples upon which tbe partnership relation is based, that one partner should be held to possess the au thority to exclude his co-partner from all participa tion in the determination of the question, whether or not an assignment should be made, and if so, to whom made, and for the benefit of what creditors of the firm. The question would be difficult, of course, where the emergency did not admit of con sultation with the other partner, as if he were ab sent or incapable of acting in the matter; and upon this distinction the case of Lassell vs. Tucker is not inconsistent with our present views. But, however this may be, in a case where the partners are all living at the time of the assignment, the question more properly for our determination, in the case before us, is whether or not, after a dis solution of the partnership, by the deattofone mem ber, tho surviving partners have authority to make aa assignment of all the partnership effects, real and personal, to a trusteea with preferences to some of the j6int creditors tns partnership being tn soltfenf. We are aware that upon this question, as upon most others connected with this general subject, there are conflicting authorities. See Story on Part, and Burrill on Assignments, above referred to. It seems to us that the doctrine which asserts such a power in the surviving partners is irreconcileable with the established rights, as declared bylaw, of the representative of the deceased partner, as well as of the joint creditors of the firm, and conse quently cannot be sound. All the books agree that alissolution.by the death of one partner, tjiso facto puts an end to the part nership. Story on Part,, sec 342. The partners, from the time of dissolution, become distant per-i sons, and tenants in common of the joint stock. 3 Kent's Com. (2 Ed.) 63. And the personal represen tative of the deceased partner becomes a tenant ia common with the survivor, of all the partnership property and effects in possession. Story on Part, sec. 34C. It is true that to a limited extent, and for particular purposes, the partnership is said to sub sist, that is, so far, and only so far, as it may be in- indispensabiy necessary to enaoie tne sarviTing partners to wind up and settle the affairs of the partnership. 16. 344, 325. Upon the dissolution, each partner, in the words of Mr. Story (I6ti sec 32G) has a perfect right to re quire that the partnership funds shall be directly and regularly applied to the discharge of .the part nershiD debts and liabilities, and after these are dis charged, to have his share of the residue of the part nershio funds. And this right is a lien upon the partnership effects, as between the partners. The personal representative of the deceased partner has the same lien, or equitable right; and hence it is not merely his right, but his imperative duty, to insist nnon a due and regular application of the joint ef fects to discharge the joint debts, and after that, to receive and apply tho residue in the proper dis- charee of his trust, lb. SCI. This 13 a right and a duty which the pirsonal representative cannot sur render or lorego. it is enjomeu upon mm bv law. How, then, can it be held that. direct opposition to una ngut anu uuiy and lien of the personal representative, the surviving partners may assign the effects to a trus tee, to be dispssed ot as tney may cnooae to uirecs,. amongst their favorite creditors T Nor can this consist with the acknowledged lien of the personal representative ; or, how can it be said to be within the scope of tho proper duty and power of tho sur viving partners I . . , . And the doctrine, it is oovious, is no iuss mcuu sistent with the rights of the joint creditors, who have also in equity, or quasi lien, under and through the specific lien of the partners themselves, entitling them to have the partnerahip effects rata bly appropriated to the discharge of each and all of the joint debts, in case of a disposition by the death or bankruptcy of one of the partnersIbid , sec 301; 2tory'3.bq.Jur., iuo. , . .. ThU -wMl established eauity of au the joint cred itors in case of a dissolution by the death or bank ruptcy of one partner to have equal distribution ot the partnership effects cannot possibly, as it seems to us, bo reconsidered with the supposed au thority of the surviving partners to make an ar rangement Ot ail tne enects, anu mereujr, tuuwr whollv or nartially. to defeat the rights of a portion of the creditors. These conflicting rights cannot co-exist. . 5th. Anothsr insuperable objection to :nia partic ular assignment grows out of the provisions, con ferring upon the trustee an unlimited discretion as to the -'terms and conditiotisof the sale, and, in effect, putting it in his power to delay for a period of "eiehteea months," before he could be forced to mace a saie. In noticing this objection, we, of course, have no reference to ordinary assignments ; for, as a gene ral rule, it is well settled in this State, and else TOi,o,.o that a reasonable discretion given to the trustee, in regard to the terms of sale, or the giving- & reasonable lengtn oi time ior uiu ticcuuuu ui me trust, will notenect tne vauuuy oi tne a-siEjimeai. The obiection is restricted to this peculiar case ,. rase of an insolvent partnership, dissolved by tbe death of one of the partners. In such a case, it seems t" us, that the discretion attempted to be -t,rn tn the trustee, in respect to the terms ol sale. and the lime within which the trust shall be execu ted is equally at variance with the prescribed duty of the surviving partners, and the recognised rights of the creditors of the firm. In such a case. iMi nlilre the duty of the surviving partners, and the ri-ht of the creditors to have the effects of the dissolved and insolvent concern converted into money, without unnecessary delay, and applied to the payment of the debts. Ami by tho implied termini the contract of part nership, as well aa by implication of law, the sur viving partners themselves, if capable of acting in the matter, are the proper persons upon whom this responsible trust is devolved. The attempt of the surviving partners to throw oil this responsibility upon a stranger, and to commit the interests of the representative of the deceased partner, and the creditors to his mere judgment aad discretion ; and withal, to interpose a delay of eighteen months before he can be called upon to execute the trust, is, in our opinion, contrary to the clearly estab lished legal and equitable rights of the representa tive of the deceased partner, and the creditors of the firm, and consequently cannot De allowed. 6th. Jn regard to the real estate, the doctrine that one partner may dispose of aU the partnersnip property and effects, for any and all purposes with in the scope and objects of tho partnership, and m the course of its trade and business, is, upon gene ral principles, confined strictly to personal proper ty, and does not extend to real estate held by the , . -1- aa nna rmi-tnp pan partnersnips. in aucu v--, - r. ..... not transfer the real property belonging to the firm; for it belongs to the partners as tenants in cumiuu.., and neither partner can convey more .than his undi vided interetory -on Part, 101, M, 92; Story's Ea Jur soc 1207. It ia. nevertheless, true, that all real ''estate purchased for the partnership, and paid out for the Junds thereof, is regarded as r -,., l,;r. BfnV anil effM-ta In nn.Tt or tne pttruiciouiw - the view of a Court of Equity, if not of Court of law. No matter how the title may stand at law, or in whosoever name it may be it will in equity be treated as belonging to the tu:,i n 0(1 Rnt utill. npcnrlinrtntrift partnersnip, ivuu.j. ; T - , . fi.i.i Uw. there is no survivorship la the . .B:7- Thirl. nee. 9 Rtr.'. real estate oi ib . j - T Tn. CO!' 1907. u-o.i r t.:.v But by our aqt oi itt, ui,, u, u aUiu . . . -.- It ia tirovided: " That estatea lanes joint ieu"-j- r-- ;i tnint tenancy, for the purposes of carrying lit 111 ii ivr-v w r on and promoting trade and commerce, or any other useful work or manufacture established and pursu ed with a view' of profit to the parties therein con cerned, shall be vttttd in the surviving partner or; part ners in order to enable him or Otem to settle tm&djusl 4t. MTtKfrnhin business and vau oif ihi dells 'which mayhave been contracted In pursuit of Utt said joint business, &c Upn tllQ construction of this act, it was held in the case of McAlister vs. Montgomery, S Hayn. 94, that property remains in the survivor till tho partnership be settled; and that sales, in the meantime, of land, held for the purpsscs of tho b-xsiness, are as valid as sales of personal property, under the same circumstances. See, also, ,6 kerg. 50. But nothing in the aot of 1T84, or in ths case referred. to, girei any suppor, to the Msiyaaent ot themlcstkto made by tho survMnz partem in , llA w.waArtr. "J 7 th. Another question is presented. It haa been already stated, that the--trustee, ia the interval be tween the date ot-bir qualification, a3' t-e-'sarvice of, the. attachment, actually realized upward of 515,000 00,bf the 'triUtfunda.Tvbich ha Appropriated to we satisfaction of iuVownaad irtfier preferred debts. The" question "Ir, can these payment be al lowed to-stand- We think not. The assignment being: nnauthorlzed, and in viola tion of the rights of the joint creditors to share ratably the effects of tha insolvent flna.it necessari ly follows, that the appropriation of -the fund made by the trustee was nnauthorlzed and ineqtdtsble, as against the complainants. r The individual creditors of the several partners had no equity whatever to receive anything-until after the joint creditors were first satisfied; in td the joint creditors, embraced in the preferred list, had no equity to receive any thing- more tha their rata ble share, with the other joint creditors, of the ef fects of the insolvent firm. Consequentljr, the separate creditors of the part ners must refund the respective amounts paid to them .by the Jrus tee, with interest thereon. And such of the joint creditors as may have received from the trustee, beyond what shall bo ascertained to bo their respective ratable: shares of the entire fund, will likewise be requiredtorefuni-tha, excess, with mterest thereon, and ifr after satisfaction of the joint creditors, any surplus shall be left, it will be subject to a ratable division among" the separata creditors . , The decree will be affirmed, and the causa re manded for an account, and such further proceed ings as may be thought necessary; with leave to amend, by bringing the several parties to whom payments may have been mada by the trustee, be fore the Courts. McKkstt. Correct copy: J. P.Cmtt,Clcrk. - AsuoiED op their Isrisots JLotCESABl3-The Newburyport (Mask) ITeraldhaa tho following. The, honor of our soldiers is atatake in their con duct while in the service, nd on that account wa have regretted to see- some of the enlistments in New York. Ellsworth's Zouaves are of alow, char acter with whom few1 of our New England troopa will Iong-Wiah to-be associated. We see by a tele gram that two of them have been guilty of gross outrages on females, and are likely to be shot. If they have been guilty, aa stated, wo hope the latter part of the paragraph will be true. Our inny cor respondent speaks of them as a degraded class, and we see that on the day they arrived at Washington Gen. Scott closed all the liqjor shopsv which occa sioned no trouble till they arrived. -Bat these fel lows are Tery respectable compared with Wilson' brigade, made up of the Roughs the thieves, pick pociets. burgiars, and murderers. The character of the brigade is well known, as also the induce ments held out for their enlistment. If they are ever in actual service the whole christian' world will revolt at such a policy JIAY, COIIN, OATS Arc. GEO. R. IP-TTOSfcT, CornralssioH Merchant, Fee 3 Produce Dealer, No. 24 Fourth Street, between- Main and (he Sir LOUIS VILLI, ST., KEEP3 constantly on hand targe supplies ot Hay, Com, Oats, Bran; Shorts ami Rhlpttu-s, ready to ill orders on theshortest notice. Personal attention gives t th sale ef Dried Traits, Eggs, Onions, Apples, Potato, Hour, Bacon, Lard, feathers, c Orders far Groceries, Liquors and Manufactured truelcs soils ted and filled oa the nest favorakle terms. Ltsral eashad vancesnudeonconsiznaenU. Jan6-U 3. HJL. jk.ixrisr (Successor to Burge & Swann,) WIX O LESALE GBO CE S , usiuurn FOUKIGN AMD DOKIESIIC CDACOBS, Corner College and Cburcb Street, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. HAS now In store a large and well selected stock of Groceries, Liqnon, Ac, aad will continue to receive In large quantities during the season. His stock bow is store boa- alstslspartas follows, via: Snsrars. 900 hhds Louisiana Bugar, 100 bbls lovering's O. ., 1UU dis Loverlng a O a, Powdered, Crushed. 23 boxes D K Loaf. 250 do Small Loaf. Coffee. 500 bags prime Bio, JO tags prixi a Laguyra, ico ao u. a. Java. OXclassese 500 bbls Choice Plantation, SS barrels N O Syrep,! wax h do 3S pacltare St. Louis. Sundries. 500 bxs Star Candles, 300 X do do SC0JS bis Star Candles, 300 do bar Soap, 73 bags Sole, ui nxt Taow candies, 100 bags Pepper, 75 hxa ground. Pepper, 500 bbls New Tors: and Eosen300 casks Soda, dale Cement, 1W bxs do Ja paper, 50 sacks Kace Ginger, 50 do Indigo, extra fins, 2 cases Butch Madder, Si) tee fresh Sice, MO dosen Painted Buckets, 150 nests Painted tubs, LIQUORS. S00 bbls Tenn. White Whisky, 3UObblj Dcaa's extra Whliiy," 100 do Bourbon do 100 de Ward Csry"i da 50 do Robertson co do 125 So Old Bye do S casks Jean Louis Brandy, 40 do de Jfewwat'e do 3 do Louis La Berton do 50 do Julius IT. Smith's OU Eeeerve Whisky, 5 casks Catawba Brandy, 40 bbls Grape do 25 de Ginger do SO do Apple do SSXcskaSefgnettt da 10 bbls Holland Ci, SS do Swan do IS casks Madelrawice, 19 da Old Pert da 10 bbls do Ginger da SS baskets Champagne ,pts and quarts, . SO bbls Cherry -Brandy,. SS do Blackberry do 10 do Peach do 40 1 15 casks Seignette de 15 bbls Bum Gin, 10 casks 8herry Wine, SS bbls Malaga do SS kegs Lemon Cardial, 10 cases Champagne, i pints, SS bxs White Wine, ISO bbls fresh Ale, various brands, SS bxs Claret Wine, SO do London Porter. Tobacco. 200 bxs Va., assorted brands, 300 x, Tenn., assorted brands, 100 do Ey., do do 150 do Mo , do ol 75,000 Imported Cigars. 100,000 Domestic Clrars. feM-tf J. M. SWANZf . Hawthorn" for lease to st Gaad Tenant. I Desire to place my late residence IK miles west of ths Pub lie Square In the handsof a good Tenant for a series of year npon very easy terms. Iks premises contain about IS acne superior soil, about half In cultivation the balance In shade an blue grass. Tbe house, with 8 rooms, porches, excellent cellar ervants houses, stable, well, Slc. are all new and comfortabl To the Gardener, the Dairyman, or Gentleman, seeking aeo quiet and retired spot for his family, free from the heat and da of the town, lean say ne place for rent in the vicinity of If uh yille offers superior attractions. To the right man I will make the terms acceptable. Ho. 44 V. Cherry street EUGENE TJXDEBWOOD docU-tf CAIIY & CORNELIUS, FUJfEIlAL HIT DE It TAKE ICS , 49 cntrcn sratxr, Nashville, ... TeHHessee, Marehl7-3m Young men's Christian Associations II n McAllister, F;113 Brigttwell, O S; PL Mlehol, S W Q Morrow, Treas. Meetings every Tuesday night it 7J lo"- NEW HOOKS. HAG AS Jc CO. have Just received the follcwlngnew F , Books: Secession, Coercion and Civil ' Var ; Xhsstor of ieci. A irfesaasre from tbo Sea. Cloth, 1 vol. 11.23. The "Crossed Path t A Bovel'by Wilkle Collins, Author Woman In White, etc., etc Father, Son and the Pope; pp. SSeenib Par sale P. HAUAX tc CO. iaOTICK. F BOM and after the Srtt day ef May prix: all persons deslrln g Benewals of Pire Policies, will ba required to fsytte pre mimslnCASH,at the time ef such renewals. 3y rderofour Aiirectors. a- ,f j.wajj i ecacw xtnn. xar. ana iirs insurance mo JAMXS WALKIIt, S3,Ury aplSI-tm sir to CmrnrcUi Instance Co. SOLDIEK TENTS. T TIE undersigned te prepared to famish Soldier's Tents at the shortest notice. Officers organising companies would ao welt to call ana e me, at ay Mattress factory. U A I.ULS, Lebanon Turnpike, 1 mile frim.thej square ap?t-lm Nashville. Tenneasee, Change of Location. BriK compelled to go South, on account of the bcalth tny family, I will b located for the winter at Um slat dnKituf Poindexter. Little It Co-, No. 49 Barena street. In Orleans, where I wjl be pleased to see my friends, and will give prompt attenuoa to uir mi property consigned me sly Agents, I W Pate and Jas A Scruggs, will attend to ay depot la Nashville, and negroes that cannot be so'dit HaahvUle, by la stroctini them, will beTorwarded tsotoNt O earn. -Zs&ln. by strict attention to business oaths part oi my t.'f and arenU to merit a canuuuucc oi ui userai patron Are n.retororo ex tended me. I respectfully solicit the favors ot li vta bust- seas In my line, either for Nashville or Ne Orl.ass. novn-u WILL. L. Ja. L . S . SIMS, PRODUCE AND COMIttlSSION No. It market Street, NASHVIXJLE. apl4.tr FLAGS! FLAGS!! 1 Hans; out Your BaHHcrs! T AM now prepared to furnish flags of "J6 P119-tf 45.eio-.tmt. tc-rr I G-rtO I TINPJLATE TINWARE ! .. etc, . edni of avery large and eheiee selection W cf.? JidSd Oooki-rf Heating Serves, Parlor, r?Sr03S Gratte, TlnplaU, Block TlnSer, 8il jnrtvi Jspanedaad common Ttwe, all U jastly Celebrated WroHjcht Xraat C)c Store, the OX.D HICKORY which we offer at a reduced pric. Call aad see for I am tree Ne, 4G North Market Str. egi-tf P. W. MAXST OO HORACE IX. HAKXIS49X, ATXSRSEY AX LAW, Nov 42 Cedar Kt x- rJ OfpotiUtU CatiUaaivrcX,2iHinS,l W1 LL practice la tha trvec-i yenj is fo tan-eery-;