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RKL1K? LOD3E. No. 16.T. K. of II. Sleets first ni third Thursday nights of eich o'tn at Teutonia ililL corner Church anl Way Street. VY- W. beftwha. II D: Emile Qerge. Reporter. U, i. o. c pCACtt tOMBA.OEBT. .No. 1. United L Orior of UieUolaen Crow, meet icTery luta day nuht at iemperaaoe liH. 1, 11. Weaver, C k. A. ilrowa. K of 11. F. A A. H. CAXWiiLh LOEKiE. NO. 433 StaUd Com t'X muication upon am X bars Jay nijht of ai3i raoata at Hall oa Eroad t treet. il Werer. beo'y. !. U. Kogaa. W M. O MENTAL LODui-. SO. 453 Stated Com- Ma cuontn atilaliia Masonio Xemple. fA3IER3 LODGE. NO.iit-SUted Comma J.U. mention upon third Monday nigUt of cich otuatn at 1111 in Maaooie lata pie H M jCro.-Key . boo.y, 11 M Aiken. W M. PSARLCUAPTKR.NO. ,R. A.M. Stated Coarctation cpon first Monday nignt cleal uontb at ilal la Alajonio lea; pie. a J loii.oec'y. W. A. Ualbraith. XI P. COEUR da LION C0iIMANDERY,N0.9. Bvtel Conclave upon second Monay night joca moau. Meetings (or drill aron rri-Ja aiffUt ot eaca week at iiail ia Masonic Temple, ITABUD COUNCIL NO. 59, R. and 6. M. LA state-l Assembly unon fourth Mocaav nuit ot eaca monih in flail at Masonic Tens pie, JL..00U1. r.cc r. jm a n ooamsju. inr. m..fti. i. o, o. r. L.'AST TENNESSEE LODGE. Ne. S4 MeeU iJ x'aeedar nibu. at Odd reilows' 11 all. west sue. Market eqcare. 1) V L:wu. Jr.N U;CJ Afya:t. V u: K V A lkins. R 6: IV II salmon. I'erm't See : Jne S Waiters. Treasarer. SATURDAY. NOV. 9, 1S78. GAINS AND LOSES. From all that xrc can gather up to the present time, the next House of Representatives will stand about 140 Republicans, 14G Democrats and 7 Greenbackers. Further res turn3 mav change these figures slightlj. There are 35 Republicans in the present Senate, -37 Democrats and 1 Independent Judge Davis, of Illinois. In the next Senate the Republicans will lose a Senator from each of the following States : North Carolina, Florida, Missis, sippi, Arkansas, Ohio, Oregon and California 7. They will gain one ia Connecticut. The Senate, after the -1th of next March, will then stand : Democrats 42, Republicans 20, Independents 1. Judge Da may be counted upon to act with 1 A the Democrats on all important po iitical ucuons, which will give them a majority of ten. This may be varied somewhat lv tulicr re turns, but not much. Both Houses Trill be Democratic, but not by ma jontics large enough to pass meas ures over the veto cf the President. THE RESULT IN NEW YORK. No party can prosper and be vie tonous Ion at a time when it is rent by internal dissensions. A house divided against itself can not stand, as is demonstrated by Scriptural declaration and by expe rience a3 old as civilization itself. He who aspires to be a party leader, only to gratify personal pique and avenge personal grievances, is the worst enemy hi3 party has to con tend with, and ought not to be trusted. For some time past the Republican party of New York has been rent in twain in the face of its powerful and well organized foe. One class of Republicans have made war upon Senator Conkling, and charged that with the aid of the Custom House in New York city he has manipulated the politics of the State in his own personal interest. He and his friends were only hu man, and retaliated ia a manner not always complimentary to his foes. The result ha3 been a continued feud in the party rank3 and defeat at every election. At the commencement of the canvass just closed, confronted by the inflation Democracy in various States of the Union, which threat ened the financial welfare of the nation in so formidable a manner, these divisions were healed. The anti-Conkling faction ceased to make war upon Mr. Conkling, and the ranks closed up for a grand charge all along the line. The re sult is before us. The Republican State ticket is elected by fifteen t twenty thousand, and they have gained five Republican Congress men. This is a substantial victory, and shows what the Republicans of that State may do when they are united. The lesson is one by which Republicans everywhere may profit. For this splendid victory, much credit is due to the grand efforts of Mr. Conkling himself. His speeches were able, bold and convincing, and swmed to arouse enthusiasm in his party, which brought out a full vote. He looms up a3 one of the foremost and most successful political leaders in the country, and will doubtless become a formidable candidate for a place on the PresN dential ticket in 1880. Histoid on the people of New York is strong, and without New York the Demo- crats can not elect a President. If the Republicans of that State hold the cround thev have so crallantly occupied in the campaign just closed, and gather the fruits of their splendid victory, the result of the Presidential election two years hence must prove favorable to the Republicans. DEMOCRACY AND THE GREEN BACK FALLACY. There i3 no doubt about the Dem ocratic leaders being in trouble at the manner in which they have gone whoring after the Greenback gods. The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore 8un comments on the result of Tuesday's election as fol lows : "After the emphatic manner in which the people have ppuken, tlie anti-resumption party iu the present House can not feel encouraged in pur suing any further the system of linan- cial tuccics with which tbey disturbed and unsettled busiutea interests dur ing the entire period of the Itst ces sion. The lesson of yesterday to tlie Democratic party is to plain that he who runa may read. If that par'y desires to enter on the next Presiden tial canvass with any hope of success its leaders every where can not ba too soon In every (state back on the plat form of the sound financial doctrines where it stood for so many yeara and where it properly belongs. Dur ing this entire Congressional campaign scarcely a word has been spoken from the etunip by the Democratic leaders in favor of the time-honored linaucial principles of their party. O all the D;moeratic Senators Bayard, of Delaware, Whyte, of Maryland, and Etun,cf Connecti cut, are the only ones who have given forth no uncertain sounds on the question of honest money. Even Sen ator Kernan, of New York, has dallied with the i-ulject, aa if afraid to com mit himself. Now that the greenback furore hai proved itself to ba euch a will-o'-the-wi.-p, Democratic Presi dential candidates iu embryo and seekers ofter the sullraes of the peo ple generally may uo louger be afiaid to advocate that which is l.irhtand denounce that which i wrong:. There never was a more prodigious care thau this greenback one, and the shrewd est politicians of both parties confess I inai mey nave ueeii uuen uiaappoim I ed to find how oim.rauvHy trifling a hold it te.illy hail upon the people. Only three wteks ago one of the most experienced am! fugacious "f the po litical writers i N-w York came here, and afier survey i- the situation pre dicted that the hard money men in the next House would scarcely num ber one-third of that body. The greenback campalgu was conducted on the Chinese plan, with great best ing of tom-toms, and the result is similar to that of a Chinese campaign. InRepublicau circles to-day the feeliug as to tin" next Presidential camgaign la one of enthusiasm, which contrasts strongly with the despondency which has heretofore been exhibited. The cry that 'Grant and honest money' are Mire to win is le-eehot d with much confidence, and among those who talk this way are some of the most bitter opponents in his own party that Gen eral Grant bad during his administra tion. The solid fcjouth ' will be an other Republican argument, ttund prominent members of the party were lamenting the election of a Republi can Representative from Maryland, as they said 'it would Jbe a b g thing for us if there was not a solitary Re publican elected from Maryland to Texas.' There is no doubt that Mr. IJiaine's speech at Philadelphia, on Saturday night last foreshadows one part of the Republican campaign for the Presidency- The changes will be rung on the solid Sauth ' for the nest two years, and every effort made to re vive the old sectional animosity which has been dying out. If this helpB to bring about a solid North ' the obiect sought for will be atttdced. There is imminent danger that there wnl be a ' solid North ' if the Democratic party does not, as said above, hasten through its leaders to put itself right on the finance.' hCfREUK tOl'UT OPIKIOSS. Reported for the Chroniclo by P. A. ltceve, Esq l'ER IIEISKEl,!., S. J. Moses vs. the Ococc liank. l. For bonus of 530,1)00, the Rranner Brothers aud B. F. McFarland purchased the charter or the Ocoee Bank at CJeve land, and organized the hank at Knoxville. The charter required stock to be paid in gold or silver, or in note-i or bills wniea the corporators might deem equivalent to, or better, than spte:e. The stock cf tbe old company was regarded as newly tub scribed to the new, and they treated their own notes endorsed by each other a3 in compliance with the terms of the charter. Under this view, they deposited their own notes to the amount of fifty thousand dollars as a payment of stock, and as a further payment deposited forty thousand dol lars iu notes of the East Tenn. and Va. Railroad Company, eight thou sand eight hundred dollars in a draft on the Dandridga Bank, and twelve hundred dollars in coin, making one half of the capital stock which was to be two hundred thousand dollar.?, and upon these assets a3 paid up stock, thev croceeaeu to conauci tue uusi- nei-s of the bank. The minutes no where show any formal call of stock upon which a defaulting eub?crlber could have been sued by the bank. Held, that this mode of transacting banking business can have no coun tenance In a court of justice. Such notes as were accepted in payment of the stock were not the kind author ized by a fair construction of the charter, and can not be regaided as payments; but will be held as valid obligations for the protection of the note-holders and creditors, enforcea ble by decree In the case. Meau while, the stock will be regarded as unsatis fied and subsisting independent ly, until actual payment of, or a decree for, the amount of said notes. 2. The ordinary incidents bolosging to notes must attach to these notes, aud they will bear interest and be sub ject to the statute of limitation, to run from their maturity. (In this case, however, the statute of limitation was arrested by the filing of the amended bill, except as to the ad mini3trator of Wm. A. Branner, who had died, and the endorsers against wbcm recovery was notsought till the filing of the cros3 bill by the trustees, after the expiration of six years.) o. Where the suit against tlie per sonal representative of a stockholder on such a note is barred, his estate will be held liable, without interest, for his subscribed stock remaining un paid and uncalled and so not due, and must pay equally with those who are liable on their notes. 4. If interest-bearing stock notes are paid by one set of stockholders with interest, they may call upon other stockholders who have paid nothing, and have not given notes for a pay ment equal in amount to theirs, for a sum equal to the principal and interest so paid. 5. Where the names of endorsers on notes for stock are concealed from the noteholders of the bank who are ac tively seeking their remedy in a court of equity, the statute of limitatioi s would not be allowed to defeat their recovery, if by amendment relief be sought on that ground. C. No ditnculty seen in the way of holding the directors of a bank who conduct business on tha bssis of notes not authorized by the charter, person.' a.Uy liable to the note holders and creditors, for the whole amount of so called paid up capital. The directors accepting such securities instead of coin, would each beliatlo for the whole amount so accepted in breach of his faith to the public. Subsequent di rectors would be liable upon the same ground. And for a stronger reason would the directors be liable, if they suffered the securities, however infe rior to that to which the creditors were entitled to look for protection, to be barred by the statute. And the same liability would attach to hegligent trustees, under similar circumstances. 7. No actual subscription to stock necessary to hold tha stockholders lia ble, if the minutes of the pr ceeding?, to which they have acce?-, show the amount taken by each. S. In the absence of a clause in a bank charter, authoriziug a reduction of the capital stock to which it has been raised under a discretionary power to increase it, it would stem that no such power is conferred. 0. Although aa between the stock holders and trustees who Lave earned out their wishes and executed the trust according to their policy and inttnt, the question of corn pen?at ion may not fairly arise, yet as a matter of public policy it may be refused, and if, under the facts of this case. 10. An officer of a bank buying in property at execution sale for the bank debt, for which it was sold, and immediately paying to the bank the amount of his bid, might, perhaps, claim the benefit of the purchase for himself, but it would Le otherwise where he u.-ed the debt for a time to pay his bid, snd then, without any corporate action to ratify the transac tion, ?ettled the ilebt with the bank. 11. The cae of Marr vs. the Bank of West Tennessee, Jac7:son, 1ST , hrdd- mg that it. the adjustment of equities between tne stockholders, those who had paid s'ock in notes of the bank. should be allowed only what they paid for tue note?, is adhered to and fol lowed, but not approbated. The Spaciai Jude In crititi.-m of that case, says: "Individually, lam unable to answer the position of the Chancellor (Cooper), or to sto any ground for holding, that a stockholder or director, is not, a- between hiuiseif and the co stockholders or diie:tots, at liberty to buy up tiie noted wiih his own uieans, and present tin m for payment at their face value. If t e is entrusted by the bauk with means to buy them up. of course good faith to the corporation j would preclude him from charging I more thau he paid; and if the que!-" tlon were between him and a note holder from whom he had purchased at a discount, the rule of uberrima fides would applv, but I do not see. that directrrs are under any trust obligation to buy up notes of a bauk t.f which they are direclrrs, or to divide with others the pn fits of their purchase, if made. It seerrs to ma to be dealing outside of the mutual trust." 12. Complainant's counsel fees aro not a charge upon the fund recovered in a ense of this kind, according to the settled principles in this State. But for th prosecution of the bill and amended bill, and f r valuable ser vices rendered in the general iitia t'or, counsel should be paid out f the agsiegate recovery, all petitioning creditors contr.b i?mg pro rata, PER Jl'FAiaAM), J Chandler vs. the State. 1. Where a collect!, r of taxes collects penalties un der a law afterwards declared uncon stitutional and void, he Mid his sure ties are estopped to deny the validity of the collection, and he can not refuse to pay over the money. 2. Theeame principle applies where the law under which the collection wa3 made, has bren repealed, though he and his sureties would not be liable ! If he had failed to colieet taxes unlaw- i fully assessed. 3. Under the Code 732, Comptrol ler's statement of the coilecLor's ac count i-t prima facte correct, and is contlu3ive in the absence of counter vailing i roof. Wi'son vs. the State. I. The Chair man cf the County Court has no power to accept a conditional bond, or conditional delivery. 2. The Act of 1S7-3, eA. 102. sec, G, recjuires sureties to appear in open court and acknowledge io writing their willingness to remain liable for the defaults cf their principal but their asseni to the change of the law, if necessary at all, might well be given iu any other mode equivalent to a common law bond or obligation, and they would be bound thereby, especially in view of secti07is 773 and 774 of the Code. PER COOPER, J. Osborne vs. Iioycr. I. An agree ment, embodied in a note for land, which constitutes the note a lien on the land by a sufficient description to identify it, is euch an equitable lien between the pai ties as wiil pass with the note. The dictum of Judge McKiuuev in ,skriage vs. McClurc, 2 ler., 84, discussed and discriminated. Henley vs. Clc'.borne. Where an ap peal is granted upon the party giving bond as required by law, the clerk has no power to accept the pauner oath ;'n place of the bond. Frigmorc vs. J. T.. V. & G. Ic. B. Co. 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Xieioi-o You ftart, INSURE affairs: ACCIDENTS G:t an Acciic.it Ticisotor Yrly Po'l'T in the At Li'calArnr-yr Railway bla'lon n, a airr anl nn.i a MO a i rlAiUO UnUMIIOHY ITtr, Great Ro.iu'-tion to c'o:;e out present Ptock if 2 0 .e;f'.il'v(o nl-hitd 1 tsi'uujeiits .f firftcl si malur Uii'v r nrra- tcd and at prices th D r O '.Mi'L'i'iTItN fir cai-h r if.ftal menu, AUtixr- WANTM) for V 'l t:is' HJPfcR lull Br LL liJ A s j JHI ! Illustra te! Cv.n ;i saf i Mailed Ii. H ACK WATEKS A fcONd Ma ui.-iCturiM nd L'eVie- 4 K. Mtb fx.. N. Y. A!,-. ticrtia! Ants fr liOSlNUHKi Co!et ate 1 iiliHAM. uiliiuillil 15 f 1 'J I farm B-.lMl.--l t cc if I t ' . V.-t !. at Cprifi-nnlal EiroUion f.,r nil'! ejcrrllenca aid tiutina cAir- J V"" ecu . :;. ami iwrij. Tho bant tulMcra fcvi-r , i!iiii:;t.'(i u'l cn t-verv rli At unr lilim strip (rule mark ! clolf iourfor pooiln, wi t,at J.u-kxox't Bmt U i. hU by all rlnali-r.. sn, for Mapla, iri.1.', lo (.'. A. JAL'jtiu.n ii Co., .Ma ., l'Ujriluxg, VX C'' A DAY to A er.f ojinvasinr for the Firi P i ftiDK t-siT'ik. 'lrtn and Outfit Free. Ad-dre.-s P. O. VICIvEHY- Augusta, , nine. Acviaii a- Arit crtfttlug ICn- All forms Kilr.fy snl Urinary d:snaes. Pains in tLo iJjck, K:.!oj, nrd Loins are pci tively cure! Ly GRANT'S REMEDY, ita tfTects arc truly marvelous in Drop By, Gnivel, jjrifjht'rt ii-euse, HemlDal losses, Lt'UcnrrLcHj, and lot vior, no matter of liow lot 'ir f ffmiilnpf the cape may be, fO'itiv.' rtlitf id IimcI In from one to tli ft -r. il ivh, Do not den pair, hesitate or il. i;'..; far it reaily a spe cific and iJtvci fail.-. It in purely a vegetable pK',":tr;itifii, by its tinii'iy uso thousRtulrt i f "jSi a that have bten considered ircurali'e by the most emi nent phj biciaus, have lieeii perma nautly Ciin d. It I rIs-o iudorsed by the regular plij-ck-Ltna and medical societien tutouhout the country, sold in botilfa at two dolLtrn each or three bottles which is eunui;b to cure the most atr,ravutcd cape, sent to any ad drehP ou receipt of five dollars. Small trial bnttl" iie dtjliar each, all orders to be add n 3-it-d to Grani's Rfmsiy Manufacturing Co., 55 1 .tJala Worcester, Mhm. ju!y2'idA w;o 3)R. S. H. P. LEE'S CVHKH STONK AND OKAVKL, GALL STONES, DIAKKTES, GOUT, ENLARGE MEXT OFTII E I'KOS rATE GLAND, and In its incipient tar BK1GIITS DISEASE. f TRADE UAKK. DISSOLVES STONE AND GRAVEL In the KUlneya, Liver mid Bladder. It ia do for the lirst timegiven tothe public aaaoure forth most I'.ifitrewnjr kid noy affection.. Rrndforpunipb let to dupo of the 8. II. I. LEE COMPANY, So. 40 OlintoJi F'J.ic.Xew York city. Sold bjdrufgiita. S i l.y janeM - wl2. iur-I. rtamtetla.n & Altera, FOR SIEGING CLASSES. nWlVAQH I ( Sccnf. SrSlpor oien.)B UMVtftilU i 1-MKR80B .nd is the Au thor la-t aa i pe ft i s bett c uipiUtion lor jitf iog Scho ln.e int'tructii'ni aou' dant ercis , mnuv Gloes aa 1 timan and a good qua ity of Stored ,v u. is Johnson's Method M,A:US!is,w (CJ eta r 5 (0 per dozen) for finjjin Fchools b.t Ti m.irka ly cle ir ui-truction- aud a large qjan ty t p e fc'.i'ireJ and tecu ar inutio fur prasticj. Tho Laurel Wicath,2; Perkins .s a. fr.r.d l f.k fjr . iagmj 0) or 3 pr n) By V O niKa tcl oiH IS ruial benzols ar,d t-'etninaMt, yit I M-iun'ar.. far II. Voice Cuit.atir, Prt . II b- tel Ml,ic iu 2 3 and 4. Part I Siortd iu.:ie. Grammar School Choir, lW derdf i ) V,r V,' S Tit.nKf. is an erceedingly e 1 constructed bf.ok for tha biogirg CUt-s gramir ccbcoU (th I ihe:t claanea) and lor th. yout ger cia sea cl High fccaools. The WhippoorvvillSuJ a genial and vry trit coilenion cf pcrHoii Bchooi DOCgS. Any Book mailed pcsl free for Retail Trie. OLIVKIt DITS0.V & CO., Boston. c. , JJ. DITSON Jt CO.. 811 Ii otdway. N. 1 G O VTi PLATED WATCH KvChipt tha known iroria, tainpi WatcFri t A. rru. i.nrr.TTi