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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THE CONSTITUTION': ATLANTA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 11. PAGES. UNIVERSITY Are Others to FIffht was the principal topic ol too in the house of representatives 9 debate came about as ift does every year "f appropriation bill. ,fce section was reached yesterday in r, -seof the reading of that hill, that for the appropriation of money to this, tVi'3 cherished college, nobody was the live discussion that followed. of the bill were as follows: iversity at sum of s the support and uiain- Ae school of technology, Timversity. for tlie establishing and normal jnd industrial school, -o IIP raid a3 provided tlje act Itate university lor tho support and (.f -iiy iiunnal and industrial school, "i- iwn, and for year 1802. -uri university for support and maim- afi Dahlonega, 33.000. at Mil ille, 3t TJiomasville. wo at Cntbbert. -.-oHese at Hamilton, THE Fir-HT IS OX. s HI-CD as the section was read, Mr. Seay, of ftf. i noved an amendment to strike out the -lations to tho branch colleges, and j sneech setting forth his reasons for f-rnjT su'-h a motion. that a common school education was ent to carry young men into the universities without the expense of ea branch colleges, which are local insti- ll- Bccncr, of Monroe, offered an amend- neii'to the bill, providing for the establish- a branch college at Forsyth. He a little speech, showing tbat the citizens itiflWH would donate a building, to cost 00, and other annurienances. of Brooks, sent an amend- WL to the clerk's desk, to strike oqt tho CHITS provision of tho bill that appropriates Tune -or the state university and branch of course, in tbe face of the fact that is intei-est on a debt of the state to university, ami Mr. Huniphreys's amend- jKsr-'rwsed quite a little sensation in the THE SPEECHES. 3oifeuiliet, of Bibb, argued in a taking (pawh- against the amendment of Mr. iiay doing away with the branch colleges. tf-. Dtlenwetber, of Wilkes. made a speech icwntt the entire university acTi except that of He H.O "This landscript fund is a pint rarce. It was intended to (rive us K- college, but wo have none." -raa dowi on tho branch colleges in dead H Roberts, of Douglas, made a ringing j in favor of tho old college. MR. HOGAN'S RAISE. M' Hogan, of Lincoln, said if they were to ,.e branch colleges, why not do the 'hmgf and put them around in every zii.Uui 'strict He offered an amendment to college established in every saJji i utnct. t, i of laughter followed the amendment s rk's desk. nn. of Floyd, was in the game. m .111 amendment providing for ih 'aliment of a branch college in every Kttc where there was a school with Bom tiventy-five scholars attending, and -i Tuentof annually for their sup- bate continued, and Mr. Beid, of Fat- am, K the iloor. Ho spoke against the nS of Mr. Humpreys, but in favor of she branch colleges. JL 'isden, of White, is a great friend to ication, and in him the university nil ui valuable champion as the light pro- he genera! assembly. He ably yesterday in. favor of the knnh Alleges, and for the university as well, u 1 w ia aapiauded several times. TODAY'S BATTLB. mil be a pitched battle in the house Mr Humpbieys, of Brooks, has given every rmica'aon that ho h as loaded his biggest gun j iire at the university. Atkinson, of Coweta, is going to follow fit with a speech that everybody knows will v ywerful one, and it will be in support of Mr. Berncr is another strong ;J.ais cherished alma mater. t rsn there are Fleming, Wooten, Dun- Hartridge and others who are uni- jj63, and if they take a hand in the a auro to be a hvelv fight before it ia TL- i ipropriation bill will be taken tip as al order this morning, and the nin- 3atare is apt to consume much of The Other 'he journal of the house was read --morning the appropriation act was 3ly taken up as special order of the the house went into a committee of taw M' jitfield, of Baldwin, was in the chair w i< "iiU was taken up by sections. W- oith, of Greeue, offered a resolution Jl speeches to five minutes in the de- r. Hardeman, of Wilkes, moved to _oy making it ten minutes. "r -iumplireys, of Brooks, wanted to raise i twenty minutes but his amend- as lost. So the speakers were limited -umatea. T first section, which had already been to by the committee of the whole house a 4 session, was left as it was. Ac- P w i i j o Its provisions the salaries of the ex- joi apartment are the tame as heretofore, islollowa: :r of the state, secretary of 6 JUT ol the stat-e, S2.000; general ot tbe state, at- 40 cents per mile by the nearest in gome and returning irom the For compensation of tho members or the pen- era! a-saemblv, per diem, each, and mileage at the rate of 10 cents per mile, by the nearest prac- ticable route tii gofng to and returninc from the capital. for compensation ot the secretary of the senate the of per diem, out of which he shall pay the entire clerical expenses of the senate, as pro- vided by the act of October a, ssTfl. For compensation 01 tlie clerk of the house of representatives the sum of per diem, ont of which he shail pay the entire clerical expenses of the hondeof representatives, as provided by tbe act of October 1879. For coDinensatlon of doorkeeper of the senate, dooikeopur of the house of representatives, uoeB- sencer of the Rebate and messenger of the house of representatives, each per diom.and.tbe same mileage allowed members of the general assembly. For compensation of two gallery keepers for the senate and three lor tho house of representatives, 34 per diem, each. or compensation of one assistant doorkeeper of the aenute and three assistant doorkeepers of the houbo of representatives per diem, each. For compensation of the chaplain of fhe senate andui tiie of representatives each session. For compensation of four porters of senate ami six nortera of the house of representatives, per diem, each. For coinncubAtion of four pages of the senate and
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