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the country and of the Company will justify their action, upon the important questions now pending before us. After an interchange of opinions with stockholders, the substitute was accepted for the committee's resolution. On motion of Col. Wiley, the resolution and substitute were laid on the table. On motion, the stockholders proceeded to the election of officers, and Lewis E. Harvie, Esq., was unanimously re-elected. On motion of Mr. N. B. Hill, the present Directors, Messr Keysville towards Clarksville. Mr. Ruffin moved to lay the resolution on the table. Mr. Anderson opposed the motion, and advocated the adoption of the resolution. The resolution was further advocated by Messrs. Stovall, Chalmers, Wiley, Scott and Bouldin; and opposed by Mr. F. G. Ruffin, who called a scale vote on the question. Several gentlemen, favorable to the connection, were instructed to vote against all appropriations at this time, because of the unsettled condition