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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia 2 THE OOSSirnmON: ATLANTA, GA- TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 18. PAGES. THE LAST SPEECHES. <3IiA.VE3 xoBiroon At the Capitol tast Great Deal of Interesting let- ters from Colonel Folk. A crowded of tho most notable gatherings ev er seen at the Capitol I'at Calhoun, X J Hammond, John Temple Graves, Hon T M Norwood Four other speakers, chosen from the whole citizenship of Georgia, could not be found to m al in interest those four of last evening The snecch of Air Norwood was not down on the programme, but ranks as one of tn ablest of the c impaign HON PAT Senator -NtmnalU presided Itopresontatn c John Sibley, of Cobb, intro- duced Mr alhomi as' the next senator from Georgia Vluiobt immediately a number of people in the after the applause that greetei Calhoun b id subsided, began crjing 'Gordon' Gordon1" 1 his was kept up for several seconds, only a fen, however, taking part in it Tins uncalled lor and uniustihable conduct ultimately of course helped Mr Calhoun T ntlemen 80OT1 driven from debate by reason ami Incontroverti- ble statistics, is the cry of alarm ftnd the charge of monopoly He falls back npon the statement that the combinations will control the people bir, today tup throned monarch trembles at the peo ple R voice, and throughout the civilized worl an 1 ichcs an 1 intlemen said lie, as soon as ho could be heard 1 heard it said before 1 arrived heri, tomnlit th_t I w mid not I o allowed to spial., 1 ut I km w th 1 111 the grand old state of Georgia Irce bpeLch and uir the remainder of this si lit. IIB nM loit in tho jrreat applause wlnc'i to] o v nv citmn noweier hniuhle would not be allo seil tho region .f his opinion rlcs of tl it s nglt tints I spoke last MtdncMlij mqlitl s] Ae 13 j. private citizen as reailj to e m the ranis is m the lead pi 111 c t 1 stand as a represent itn e or a
rleo of tbe great iimis ol railroad securities, And %et sir, it is laid that it Is incontinent lor he people to mipport uu. U tbe tune when measures wero being ne wuen it was (liarged that ur measures were merely m the in erest of the firmer. and were ore undemocratic legisution, and nulnj -have broken down vourmeas res wi h tho erv that they wero mere eUas fee-is pen that sent to tho world tbo DIIC mat jour luentmrub wero as much to or the other classes as they If lnterc5' farmers Ipplause If jour measures weio mere c ass leiibUtlon, to pass n jour measures are la ill classes, if jour measures, will be pass thty l.ut jou cannot pass them through cannot pass tuem through tile senate unless jou coinmee the couutr not legislation, but are Ireneneij whole country it practicable to it lueo isistent for jou to unite b 13 demonstrated that them that sentlenian took the stand the hall. Action of the House Finance Committee on tbe Pope to Eotabltth B Strictly Negro University. MMI0W KING OF COCOAS- fpeech was not correctly reported he, "08 every man present will 'I Wr with the lob Mr. No ed upon He had doing wood declared that he had not lefle the alliance members of the house ne nat not charged them with doing wrong bu warned them against the appearance of "wrong referred then to a paper being members of Amongst the signatures of this naner he laid was that of Colonel L L Polk hf f, the oth 'h from Sir and ntative from tbe Buy the interest to tht In the letter to Sir Norwood is this 'nS an autl Gordon th it tht e man thut af bora ,5 eaucus mmy thet i go for Gordon fca----- a UA j. cannot and w not agree to any 'entangling alliance, with corporations I intend, by the help of God to stund hrmly and faitlifullj by our G. and by cannot and Hj by people not assume Viir old con th, Cheers i3pers-mal to nijself rule ol Producer reHp. a -ere the AT THE KIMBAlt. General Gordon Spenha to His Friends- Other Speeches. Tho speaking at the Kimball last night was entertaining to the Gordon men, and they en joved it with erthnsiastic cheers Tho friends of General Gordon went from thf> the speaking When tho erowd grow thick on the orhce floor and iround tho corridors, General-Gordon was escorted down the stairs, and, standing upon the middle stop, spoke as follow s I thank 1011 my confederate brothers, for this greeting :No honoi tint -vou could bestow the muskets and'pufled Let ail other wreaths 11 ither on my brow but so long as I claim the place I now hold m m A step was made yesterday Toward the establishment of a negro col- lege, To be erected in the most desirable portion of the state The bouse finance committee, of whic Major Huff, of Bibb county, 13 chair- man, yesterday reported favorable ac- tion npon the Pope bill to set aside a sum of money for the erection of seat of learning, to be devoted to negro educa- tion solely To turn back to tbe causes that led up to (he introduction of this bill In 18u2a bill was passed by the national leg- slature appropriating to each state each year the sum of known as the land script fund, to be divided equitably between the whites and blacks, and to be used for educa- tional purposes. The negroes were awarded one-third of this fund, or which was given to them each year In 1874 the Georgia legislature passed a bill further increased the appropriation to the negroes by eacii year, or S13.000 all told With these moneys the Atlanta uni- versity was established and supported This amount was paid regularly up to within tliree jears when the state [board of school visitors visited the Atlanta univer- sity and were there confronted with a violation of one of the clauses of the act which governed the rise of the state fund, namely, the indis- criminate mixing of white and colored chil- dren Professor Bumatead, of the college, was no- tified that nnless he complied with the pro- vision of the act ana withdrew the white children the state appropriation would be withheld He has obstinately refused to comply with the request, and as a consequence has since re- ceived no aid from the state The state ap- wopnatlon has accumulated in three years to 524 000. This year an act was passed Dy the national government appropriating S15.000 to each state for educational purposes, also to be di- vided equitably between the whites and negroes One thousand dollars is to be added to their sum each year for ten years, thus granting the second year, the third and so on In the report of the finance committee it is proposed to add a just portion of this last appropriation to the accumulated state fund of and establish a negro college in that portion of the state which Is deemed most advisable The money is m hand, and every thing is m readiness to begin work upon the college im- mediately upon the passage of the bill and se- lection of a site The Atlanta university gets no more money in out of the state of Georgia 1U The committee now have under considera- tion a Dill for tho appropriation of SiXOOO for the improvements and beautifying of tho grounds surrounding the state caj itol 1889, that he ,s greatly A VAN HotiTEN's COCOA "BEST f. GOES and, entirely unsolicited, grants the rr right of styling their works the Roval nificance attaches to the act which not '-every inch a king a Slg' he "Caatorla is so well adapted to children that I recommend itas superior to any prescription known to me HA Ancmrii, SI D 111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N Y. CaMoH-s cures Colic ov-rbt uaeh tS B Witiiout i Tnn CEX-Am ijurious metacat cu, Coin-isr T Murray STeet, n y I Elegant in finish! Correct m design, and durab A Card from Mr. Womack. EDITOII ONSTireTlor. I notico in tbe last Is sue of The Tournal some statements said to ha, been made to a reporter of that paper by K Mclntosli of Oxford, with relercnce to th primarj held m Aewton countj last baturday He is rep jrted to 1m e said that ne (meaning Emmet not running as a representative o bem Gods blessings on jour heads joui hearts ami jour homes Words the victory n il si stem t lit fir a quircr ot i century arr, jour stand u-d to ,1 re through tbe se I c.r several mmntos after his speech General Gor Ion stood oil the steps and shook tho hands of his friends ho chee red him loudlj cialistic candidates T- Parlor Suits. 1OO Sideboards. 25 vv robes. 3OO Fancy Chairs. Desks and Book C The most elaborate assortment of real fine Furm ever seen in Atlanta. Big bargains, to make room a few days. P. H. SNOOfcl Sentiment Jn Morgan ATLVVTI Ga 17 -Editor Constitu- tion state in jour paper in a. short inter view with Mr William 4 Braughton that the _ Take Roy's Blood Purifier three times a t twenty minutes before each meal, if you wish to purify b'oxi mvr'Oi- ate your system and create an appetite Ask jour for it Judge H W Baldwin, chairman of tha eiocu tivo committee of the democratic party of Mor- gan county, forwards tho following list of his ex ecutive committee as far as he has been able to see them, and opposite each name is the choice for senator, as follow A "H Oman's Sngcrestion. To tho Alhancemen Allow me to suggest to the alhancemen, who may doubt, or question the slnceritj of the man who should be Jheir stand Mill and coor mnj ehil opet the. corn tho CM tlMI Loii gla-Hon. T II whose view Drowneil In the Oconee DDBI.IN, Ga November 17 rSneeial 1 Charhe Kaffleld, the fc Iiceman Kafheld, was drowned m tho Oconet at this place josterday afternoon The little on a of timber with another boy of the same age, accidentally ill n the water and was drowned beforoMy one Short breath, palpitation, pain m vl weak or faint spells, smothering, cured by D Miles Heart Cure Sold at drnSjists hart" ma" MUos Med Co 'Elk n imp of indigestion sat tKe ckimney flue -And looked quibe There's na.uofKt For me to do! I my brothers, in the stove Will never caper more Its ?ot one oF those wholesome I Key ca.ll a Gcvu.zeDoc-' Buy the CHARTER jjufc ura not left them tiw have" alvSys" commerce speech ta v. chamber Atlanta, wit around me with "lien LWSPAPLR e speech that evemnR "I repeat that Tint's Pills OU- a bottle. Sold Everywhere. Office, 39 41 The friends of W. A. HemphiU are tirged to production of clothing for men the Mo i Co 1 tb> 1 M S I IK PANTS TO ORDER TO the ould not eltlcd in era] pears at present in this conutry to be divided uito three distinct trades-the rcstty the regnla- merchant what J known in tne as the "Plvrronth I'ocL Idea, so namr-d from iti the famoas PI, Tenth Toch Pant! Company of hot u tho ca-tinj of c otlK-s to sdl-K'iml's measures but -nado in such quant ties to reduce the prre to ready- made b-s s Tits is the latest and pcrlians mo-it ponnlir plan, aa it dots to tho masses tLe luxury of c'othins i at ready-jnado prices. ____ 1 order ORDER the result ot Corporation Capital, Brancli Store of Plymouth Hock Pants Go. ff M tne, so W1TFH STKEKT ATH'STA, OJ :WSPAPLRI
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