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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               1HE OOMSilTimON; ATLANTA. GA.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19. PAGES. 9 THE BILL. waxxx. I tt-ir Reasons for tbe Support of of Mr. Fope Concerning: the JEdu- catlon of Colored Students. Considerable interest is being manifested in -jiH which has been introduced In tho leg- by Mr- Pope, of Ogletliorpe. to provide ,'ara'e college in tho state for the educa- oi colored students. Unless such a college is established the state -scot receive any of the appropriation Vch has recently been made by congress, r -T-to each state the first year and il COO additional each year thereafter until of is reached. finance committee of the house has re- aoited favorably on Mr. Pope's bill, and it --jj pmbably be called up for passage today. As the nature of the bill is not fully uudor- a reporter of THE CONSTITUTION called M won. J- Hammond and Dr. H. C. White obtain from them a summary of their argu- 'ent before tho committee in favor of the ot the bill. From a full conversation of those distinguished gentlemen tie lolloping is given as tho substance of the bill and the circumstances which led to its in- trixlnetion. In WS congress passed an act giving to gjgb of tbo states acres of public land lor each senator and representative of the the proceeds from t'he sale of which was lo be'icTested by the legislature, and the In to be applied to the maintenance of a college of agriculture and mechanic arts. Be furo receiving the grant each state was re- quired to establish such a college, and none of the money received from the United States was permitted to be used in the purchase OP preservation of laiidn or buildings. Georgia established such a college in 1873 and subsequently received her proportion o! jboJandscript, sold it, and invested the pro- ceeds in bonds of the state. The income from this source amounts to approximately cer annum. As the money received from the United States was understood to Be donated 'or the tienefit of all citizens of the state with- Mi regard to color, and as the policy of this was opposed to co-education of the races, in 1S74 the legislature passed an act appro- priating out of the treasury of the state S8.000 per annum to tho Atlanta university for the allocation of colored students, and in lieu of any claim that tha colored people might have upon the landscript fund. IB 1887 it appeared that the Atlanta uni- admitted a small number of white and taught them in the same classes the blacks. The legislature that year .-oiisaquently passed a resolution requiring the university to exclude white students, iatf withholding the annual appropriation Tineas and until it should satisfactorily appear to'tfce governor that the resolution was corn- pi'ed with. The Atlanta university has per- refused to comply with the resolution, jii'l consequently the appropriation for three has been covered back into the treasury. "ast August (IStiO) congress passed a sup- appropriation act, giving to each of v: itates for the use of its college of agricul- per annum to be increased annum until it should reach 'CO, which amount was to he paid annually -after. In this act, however, the claims 'so colored race are distinctly recognized, K--1 it 13 provided that the money shall not he .1 d to any state in the college .1 which a discrimination is made on the of color. It adds the very important proviso, however, that the establishment and maintenance by the state out of its own reve- nues o' a separate college for colored persons, zhnfl be considered as a compliance with the set, provided that the legislature, or the state, to tho secretary of the interior a just uu equitable division of the fund between two races. at present, cannot receive the States appropriation, given by the act oi 13DO. Her college for whites does not admit ami .she has no college established fo: .lii: negroes. House bill Xo. 110, introduced by air. Popi of Ogletkorpc, proposes to put the state incoi fttiou to receive tho money. It proposes 1 establish a school for colored students un <3cr tho control of five district citizens of th state (presumably white) to be appointed b 'be governor. It provides that this scfaoo shall receive the heretofore and noi opropriated to the Atlanta University. An  Galveoton N Palestine 130. 20 Corpus Cbrlstl '30. w; GO K Brownsville. 20 GS1 W NE Rto U'ncle Clty'30. 24 66-541 W Port j .00 Cloudless .00 F'tlyridv .00 Cloudless .00.Cloud less .00 Cloudless .00, Cloudy .00 Cloudy .00 1'tCloudy .00 Cloudy .00.Cloudless Ttoc TIME I.OCAL OBSEKVATIOXS. OF OB- SEttVATIO3T. Tarn........... Tp_m._; Maximum Thermometer Miointum Tuertnometer Total Rainfall..........., .00'Cloudless .00 Cloudless COTTON BELT BUJLLKTtxI Observation taken at 6 p. m. 75th meridian time. ATLANTA DISTRICT. tlanta Carteravillc Columbus Chattanooga Qainesvillo Greenville Griffin Macon ipartanburg- Toecoa West Point. 'Missing! 5T .00 .00 66' -OO WEST J- END .BrHAg. Observer. NOTES. There areitp.Bignfl of paving Gordon street yet. The quality of granite strung along the streets of vi est End for curbing is very inferior and would not be received in Atlanta. If the new electric car line now being built on he east Hide of the Central railroad to tho liar- racks will wend its way hack throuch the center of or -any other electric line should rayerse any of the principal streets of the town he present poke-eaay. wurn out, nopeared mule cars would soon be numbered among the thinsa ast. IT WONT LAST LONG. "We refer to the warm weather. A cold wave will soon strike us, and you better get that NEW 'WJXTKK U N DE1UVE AB. PANTS, S LTIT OH OVERCOAT NOW. Of the many good things we have we only mention a few, to giro yon an idea what great values wo offer. "Will buy a Good Suit of Under- wear in gray or white. For an AH-'Woool Blue-Black C'lieviot 8uit for Boys. For an All-Wool Melton Over- coat, good color and well lined. Match it if you can. la a popular price for a fine Blacte Cheviot Suit. We sliow an elegant one at that price. Come, See, Be Con- vinced and Save Money. EISEMiN WEIL, ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS, S Whitehall Street. TheDresden Corner Pryor and Deca- tur.Opposite E3mbal. THE OPPORTUNITY! Jas. A. Anderson Co Special offering of a limited quantity of beautiful Library Lamps, as per cut, with crystal pristna, decorated shade, spring exten- sion, burner and chimney complete, lor A now supply of Initial Tumblers at 10 cents apiece. L. A. MUEIjLER RESTAURANT. Ladies' Room Separate! 16WHITEHILLST, flTIJNTJUI in "inuhr import, ia passed by the present legis- frtorc, Georgia loses entirely the appropri traumata by congress. -Mde (roui this necessity for the bill it has "e additional great merit that fixes once for 3.1 and by express statute the policy ot the Male in all its educational institutions to he oi co-education of the races. In mass this it takes care of the colored by pro- ving a means, at the very minimum of ei- peiBo to the state, for educating them, in a under the entire control of our CURISTSIAS IS o Ail, COMING. to Our Store. Jon want a fruit cake tliac is a veritable fruit Stm" ripe, anil will please re thoUEb Ue sure that yon come and f citron, our currants, our raisins, shelled business can buy. Plum pudding, _ ''00' all toe herbs used for as marjoram, thyme, savory !n Packages at low prices. Ours, year's packing, and consequently Talo tea and Itijamo coffee aj' -0 the merit of tue goods, and >rsL we by be experts on both or course we doiiot give witn 50 cents worth of Kive yoa 51.00 vaiue for 'ry Gs- and try our Iiome-madfi they .ire the best. ATo 'Section, Uoth in the eervice and "Ur We will cheerfully ro- you are not with any Write or send for any MI grocery line. We cater to the _, HOYI Tldaiedy Wioka if the past. An election for three councilmeu will occu West End on the first Saturday in December If here are any candidates they have not been heard rom yet. It Is hiph time that aspirants were around among the men and ho little children. Rev. S. V; Jameson will enter into his third ear as pastor of the West End Baptist church n the 1st of De'cember. Hin pastorate of tliis hurch for the past two years has been remark- bio and wonderfully successful in many respects Hie membership is now ahout three and a half imes more than it was when he took charge of the church, and since the beginning of his nas- torage about S10.000 in actual cash has been raised and expended on the church furniture and other necessary expenses This 7s an average of nearly for each member. It is true, however, that all this money has not come directly from tbe membership, but the larger portion of it did. Now, if any other 9-24-dGm und E W 7p. DR. BOWES CO but they will rejoice that the jjood work ia pros- pering elsewhere aa well aa in End. Departed This Life. Mrs. Lizzie E. Lytle, the beloved wife of Dr. A. T. W. Lj'tle, on November Mrs. Lytle died Buddenly of congestion of the brain. She was one of the best of wives and mo- thers, and her death has caused deep mourning in the hearts of all who knew her. She was buried in her graveyard in Jackson county. Talking to J'oimj? Young People's So- ciety of Christian. Endeaver of the First Metho- dist Episcopal church, held their regular meeting on Monday eveninp last, hut in addition to tneir regular services, they had with them Miss njoth- ief, of the "Woman's Christian Temperance Union convention, which is held in this citv. The members of the society who did not iittend'misscd a tpeat.for the address she made wassimply jrr and and eKiquent, ami the thoughts and suggestions which she portrayed to the society will certainty be acted upon, and will ever be remembered by the' members of this Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor. Croaking the Praise o JOHN JM. MOORE'S SHOES. Because possessing qualities Oi style, fit anc( wear, they are worn by the peoplp. Your, attention .is especially called to our customs de- partment, Where shoes are made to measure from to JOHN M. MOORE, _______33 Peachtree St. Ladies who are fond of a delicate perfume ami one that -a-ill remain prominent for sev- eral rlays, should use Shepard's B. B. Cologne. It excels all others. Discoveries of Science. One of the most valuable and interesting Series of Tapers ever published will be contributed to The Youth's Companion by Prof. Xortnaii of South Kensington Museum; Sir Richard" S. Astronomer Royal of Ireland; Prof. E. S. of Lick Observatory; Pro. C. A. Young, of Princeton University Prof. ShaJer, of Harvard and Cam iDe Flammarion, the famous French astronomer. The New Popular Game of Tiddledy Winks at John M. Miller's 31 Marietta atreet. dtf LIXCOLSTOX, N. C., March 22, 1890, Madam's Microbo Killer Co., Nashville, "We have uand'ed the Microbe Killer for aome time. Its sales have given na satisfaction, and all our customers hat have used it are pleased frith it. Yours espectfully, JUHX RBEDY Co. For sale by W. F. Park hurst, sole 3 South Broad street, near Alabama. There's a great difference in depends on he glass. One pops when- ever anything happens, imes when nothing Another almost never breaks. Lamp-chimneys are like so little apiece and by jihe the kind. The other sort is. like .the is enough. Can you tell them apart The unbreakable chimney has The mak- rs, Macbeth UJ Soutkrn Medical Dispensary. 21-2 UAKIETTJI ST.. ATI.A3STA, GA. (Over Jacobs' Pharmacy) Chronic, Nervous, Rlood and Skin Diseases. debility, seminal !oase3. im- ii V !J lo paired vital encrcry, despon- dency, loss of mcinory, effect of habits, con- fusion ot Ideas, eat'oty and permanently cured. PT 4 Al onjeasea. syiihilia J5LUULJ U OIV and all of fis ter- nble results totally eradicated. Ulcers, lilotchea, sore or ulcerated throat and mouth, scrofula, ery- eipclls Dermanently cured when others have failed1. 4 PV and bladder troubles, UXllIlAlVl frequent and burninc urine, gonorrhea, gleet, urinary sediments, cystitis, etc, cured, IffiETHRAL STRICTURESS5 cnri'd witliont any cutting or caustics, ar dlaia- tion or intf rruption of business or occupation. CURES GUARANTEED. A 8UKB CUKK to and niiddie-nged men wiio have foolishly wasted tlieir energies. Ur. JBowes is a of the jrreat Uciyerslty of of twenty year's experience, rani f strictly reliable. Sead six cents in stpjnua foi "Fcrftct Question List" and book on diseases o men. Enclose stamps for reply to yourJetter Coll on or address DR. BOWKS CO -'-a Marietta, St., Atlanta, Ga. ConstitnUoa, Jacobs' fharmacj Ca T d 1 T a r INSTRUCTION. CRICHTONrS Short-hand School 49 Whitehall St., Atlanta. If you want to learn shorthand, the first thlmr to lie done is to select a school; one that has some standing; remembering always, that- idle "boaats are easily made, lint teaching shorthand is an art a science, a business. Examine carciully into tlie claims of teacuers seiect one aa carefully as you would a phyai- Our oatalofrno TFill Iw sent free to any address, we. aw. capable of SHORTER FEMALE COLLEGE, HOME, GEORGIA, Ranks the of tile south For health ;mcl of location, it has no equal Semi for a J.. R. A. J. BATTLE, (Associate Preaidonta augc-diim-wed-fri-aun Mo: WORTH ITS WOGHT IN GOLD. is worth its weiaht in SSih sufferGd more in ten minutes witn either of her other children ustomer. she boitles Qf Friend." it to. expectant mothers, says a HENDERSON DALB, capmi, in. Ilaving used two bottles my sixth child as born with no pain comparatively Mrs. LuO. Vauffhttn, Sbertdan Ijttke CoL Co., Atlanta, "Oo 1 SNOW CASES. t" ____ SOUTHERN SCHOOL OF SHORT-HAND IS E. HUNTKR ST., ATTLANTA, GA. We have a special teacherfor ourTypowritin- Department. We teach uecesaarv to a practical writer. Our inlpils reatl their notes with ease. Our eystom (Wrallam's) is tho most popular m the United States. We have haa from one to three applications daily lor competent, stenographers. We -Have pupils loc.itol m all para of tue United States and in Mexico. Demand for shorthand in- crcaving continuously. We have the most elejrant ana commmlious quarters in the south; Classes day and night. We make no charSi for for our pnpils. Semi A. C. BKISCOE. Mai.ntror. JL. W. ABNOLU. Asafetant Xtanairer MISS ALICE TBLLEB, I'rincipal TviK. writinR TYPEWRITING. MISS R. E. RICH. Has established a school for teaching Shorthand, Typewriting Mathe- matics at S. Broad. Full information on ap- plication. Southern Ink f orSouthern Printers Printing LitflograpMng Info Superior Qoality and Ixurcst Frtaa ITLftNTfi IK WORKS 33O to 336 Wheat St., ATLAKTA GA. SB ONJ.Y JNK'JMAjJOTACTDrSBQ OT This don't mean the girl, (you'll do that any- how if you get a chance) but it means to urge upon you the importance of buying one of those elegant Kersey Overcoats. The very thing in color; inlaid velvet collar; strap seams; double breasted; in fact, the toniest thing in town. If you are after a suit, either medium or fine, you will find it in my stock. GEORGE MUSE, CLOTHIER, 38 Whitehall St. topcol-7p___________________________ If- yojj, have au idea .that we will allow any one to-do better by you! than, we will. Our line FURNISHING GOODS. Embracing every article that a Gentleman of taste requires, is ready, for your inspection. Consult your interest and give us a call, i, Remember, we carry the best Goods 'we can get from any source. E. 1 C. GTOTHJERS, FURNISHERS 5NO HATTERS, 1O Marietta Street, ___________________ oct ly WARE OWENS, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 41 S. Broad, Cor. Alabama St. street, well and cbeap street, 50x100, east front, one-third cash. street, G0xt35, shaded and level street, SQxlC5, shaded; a beauty' ruder street, 50x150, good renting loca- tion. Simpson street, 50x150, beautiful lot. street. 50x150, cheap. avenue, 50x160, electric line in front. street, 5ftrl75. cheap enough street, 5-4x110, level and nice 100x300, beautifully shaded. street, 50x150, pood locality. atreet. 50x200, alley on side street, 30x200. alley in rear. avenue, 50S110, near Washington street. 50x168, shaded. street, shaded, close In. street, 50x104, lays welL street, 50x200, perfect beauty. h, Ciirrau street. and l-r h street. h, West Fair atreet. h. Roach street. Shaded lot. Kutz street, 50x100. Air-lane street, 50x100. and 2-r h, Jenninga street, rents for S18.50 per month. h, Plum street, corner lot. n, Vine street, 50x200. h. Terry street. 50x155. Horton street. h; East Huuttlr street, 50x90. 4-r hs. rents for cottage Johnson avenue, 50x150, nice and new. Howtand street, 50x150, neat. 7-r h, shaded, Haperille. Telephone 50C. WAKE OWEys. Men flirt Boys, pu ean relpiitlieAcGtiraGpf our Jiizes, Good Quality of our Goods, Excel- and Low Prices, Suits for Men, to Suits for Boys, to Suits for Children. to Strictly One Price to every one. No False Advertising. Any dissatisfaction cheerfully corrected. We keep no shoddy, no first-class, and for :he least money. Every style of Gar- ment that Fat Men, Slim and Short, Tall or Small Men desire, can be found at Jas. A. Alton Co., 41 WHITEHALL STREET. SAM'L W. GOODE. ALBERT L. BECK. SMTL W. GOODE X CO., REAL, ESTATE AND LOAN BROKERS, No. i Marietta St.. cor. Peachtree, Atlanta, Ga. BEAD ABOUT BXTRACTKD WITHOUT FAIK. Ceracb teeth by Ma new and pain- teas process. AJ1 persoiw from decared t t; :tt Ormewood Park is a beautifully situated tract of loo acres just outside of the city limits of At- Janta, one-fourth mile southeast of Grant Park. and one-foorth mile north of the Confederate Home. Tho Metropolitan dummy line runs through ibe southeast portion of Ormewood park for a distance of one-half mile, making these ots veryaccesHibletothe city, Ormewood avenue, sixty feet in width, leads directly from Grant Park :hrouRh the property. It has been nicely graded ts entire width, and affords a beautiful drive 'to the city. All the lots fronting it are high aad level, and are exceedingly choice. Ormewood Park fias jeen subdivided into lota suitable for suburban lomes. They are from one-half acre to three acres tach, and all front wide and well graded avenues. Itistho object of this company to build up Orme- wood Park with attractive homes and establish here the most desirable suburb around the city. The property has all the natural advantatres that could be desired. It is elevated, shady, has on it 'rinffs.and many streams of pure clear water. It very easy of access, and in coins from the heart of the city to Onnewood Park either on the cars or driving-, you need not pass a single objection- able feature. This is a great advantage over other uliurban property, and should be taken Into con- ideration by tfioce seeking choice suburban lots. fauy nice homes have already been built at Ormo- woodPark andou the adjoining propertv. Xotably raong them the residence of Mr. Harry 'L: Wood- ward, at-tue head of Ormewood avenue. No hand- omer Huburban home is to be found in Fulton county. To those who will agree to build houses o cost or more, we can make this liberal of- er: Select vour lot and we will require a cash ayment of giOO, regardless of the value of the lot, nd you can pay the balance to suit yourself within ree years at 8 per cent per annum interest. The vantage of buying this -way, is, that instead of aying cash for your lot and borrowing the money at" an exorbitant rate of interest to build your ouse, you can use your readyinoney for ImpTove- menta and. can suit your convenience in pavJnc for the lot. This offer holds good for a short time only, and yon must act promptly to the benefit of it. We will require no "iron" clad" contract re- garding the improvements, and only ask an .agree- ment to that effect, in thin way we not only im- prove our property but guarantee to pur- chaser pleasant neighbors andattractivc improve- ments, thus enhancing tilt value of their property afi well as that of cumpanv, -We know ot no property around the city that" ia more attractive or ihat will enhance in value more rapidly than this, and a-idefrom the pleasure of a happy home, it will prove a most pnmtable investment. Con- vevances readv to show the property at all times. For further information call at our office. for goods-room cottage with hall, on lot 52x1 1C feet, in nice neighborhood, convenient to dummy line and Fair street school. Liberal terms. for vacant corner lot, 10.1x2I71i feet, just the place to bcila up with good class houses to rent. It is near "Marietta street and in a locatitj where yon need never want for a good, prompt- paying tenant. A good investment. Easy, new 3-room cottage on lot 40x100 feet, near Kdgewood avenue. Powers street lot, near Spring street and elec- tric car Hue, fur GOODE CO., No. 1 Marietta, cor. Fcaohtrec street, Atlanta. Ga Hickey'sMagicHairaline For the prevention of, baldness, removing dan- druff and all other diseases of the scalp. Contains no oil, and is a perfect dressing for tbe ba.ir. Treatise on the scalp and its diseases sent free on application. For sale by all draprjristsand bv tha "-T- T- ,T iNEWSPA'FERr JNEWSPAPERr   

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