■Hies of State
'; ’ ‘ ‘ _V ,K brethren to
■■ 1 to the
w h i i ■| i -
I'onds.l?Sß|?"/ ‘-> ‘.y
the proceed fM'/V."/-'
the public debUwJp-<.' <. -.
to be done
can be had for the property. The
State has no business to own a rail
road. It is socialistic and not dem
ocratic, and there is no good in it.
But the road could not be sold if
there was a State bank currency of
eight millions in circulation, based
on -Georgia bonds. It would create
a local panic to retire the
bonds. It is true the eight
millions paid for the road would go
to the holders of the bonds and
would be used in redeeming the bills,
but nevertheless there would be
eight mil Pons less currency in cir
oulation. A contraction of that
amount would affect the money mar
ket of the entire country and the
blow would fall with greatest vio
lence on the State affected.
Suppose a series of bank issues in
•very State, based on state, county
or municipal bonds. The census
. statietica show periodic changes in
the. amount of such debts. The
fluctuations of local debt are as
ceaseless as the tides of the
and have nothing like the
even in reduction, that we bJffseen
in the commit
couhtry to such a
shifting basis would be folly analo
gous to that of the man who built
his house upon the sand. The rains
came and the floods beat upon that
house and great was the fall thereof.
So will it be with this financial
patch work palace, when the storms
come and the booms beat upon it.
We want something better than a
debt te base our currency on. The
principle is unsound and unpholo
•ophic. We are by no means depead-
; live is
■Lt is al.
. pla (' -
: s it
HMRne tariff, that any ordinary
increase or decrease of duties will
not affect them’ ?
The illustration Mr. North uses
is the price of flannels for a term of
years. Nothing was more confident
ly expected by the champions of the
present tariff than an advance in the
prices of domestic wool and a large
falling off in the importation. One
very prominent business man who
carried his politics into his business
or his business into his politics, was
driven into insolvency by the refu
sal of wool to advance; there was a
fall in the price of domestic wool,
and an increase in the quantity of
Australian wool imported.
Ik “There are many instances, says
■he Journal of Commerce, when
■rices have responded quickly to a
in the duties. There have
times when the price of Ameri
’■ig iron was pretty constantly
'•■i ice of the English iron with
added. In other cases and
prices and duties have
vary in the most dis-
Fashion has a
over the classes of
therefore upon the
rP q ues<: - With
i^BL Q S e vai ’h‘tions iron
'' one P^ ace
' - • .' ' /,&• .wye for that
tic manufacturers to control the
market and fix their own prices, and
sometimes it results in such an in
crease of the domestic product as to
make the prices much lower than
they were before.”
The editor adds that these vaga
ries of prices usually occur in fin
ished products, and so they do. The
effect of the tariff upon the great
mass of the necessaries of lite is
only too plain. We all remember
how the price of sugar fell when the
duty was taken off, though the com
binations of the sugar trusts have
partially restored it.
Washington Post: Now that the
chrysanthemum is blooming like the
cabbage, in size, at least, while sim
ularity in color must sometimes be
confessed, a new name has been
coined for the correctly dressed gen
tlemen who adorn their button-holes
with blossoms the size of a dinner
plats. They are called the “cold
slaw chappies,” of course only by
Ithe common herd, who have no
■aesthetic tastes or perhaps no credit
with the florist. Still the phrase
sticks, and lest anyone should seek
escape by wearing a yellow blossom,
they are termed “cold slaw with
mustard.” Later, it is to be pre
sumed, we will have Halford, Wor
cestershire, and Tobasco sauces to
suit the varities, for nothing can
escape the sidewalk wits.
Chicago Herald: After wasting
three months in doing three day’s
work the Congress of the United
Stales has adjourned. And we ought
to be thankful for that. We ought
THE ROME TRIBONE. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1893.
to be thankful that the statesmen
don’t take three years instead of
three months. As it is, we shall
have a respite of a month. A month
is not much, it is true, but it is
time enough in which to make prep
arations for the infliction of the
regular session, which will begin in
December and end heavens knows
when. The present joy is that con
gress has adjourned. That is per
fect happiness for one day.
(It is to hoped that Messrs.
Corput will perfect their
registration bill and not forsake it.
It is a good child and only needs a
little combing of the kinks. By all
means preserve the feature which
purges the registration list of tax
defaulters. That is the merit of the
bill and its raison
its parents—witt~ stand <by their
I Boston Herald : A weather
prophet calls attention to the thick
husks, the jagged way in which
h|og melt runs, the large white spots
oil goose bones, the immense stores
of nuts which squirrels are laying
in, the flight of ducks in U shaped
flocks, and the fact that the green
frogs are charming their skins, as
indubitable signs of a very cold
The press all over the State is
coming out on the side of ballot re
form. \ The Tribune blazed the way.
AMONG THE PINES.
From thejir still cloister, whose light
Falls like a spell upon the heart,
Wherein all sound and scent and eight
Has left each but its spirit’s part;
Back to to the workday world we turn,
As those who strive to face the sun—
The wear ai4l jar, the noons that burn,
The dee<* that herald deeds undone.
But tread we.softer lor that shrine,
And smill at care’s stern unrelease;
For thought * one lone, wind-tossed pine
Bringeth its courage and its peace.
—Virginia Woodward Cloud iwthe Cosmopolitan
is s , clea n,
Arid, ftfu.L .
and other invalids
Can. eat food QooKed
j&r /tLLCooking purposes
Xcf-r, than any other
t€ fort j
Made only by
s N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS.
—The favorite line to—
And all Points n the North and
Remember this line has two elegant trains
daily between Atlanta and Chicago.
No 6 No 8
Lt Atlanta, W& A 10 80 am 820 pm
Lv Chattanooga."N C&St L. 3 tOpm 107 am
Lv Nashville, L& N 720 pm 620 am
Lt Evansville, EACH 120 am 100 pm
Lv Terre Haute, C& E 1 435 am 427 pm
Ar Chicago C&EI 947 am 940 pm
Train No 0 "Chicago and Atlanta Limited" is
a solid vestibuled train with Pullman sleepers
and day coaches. A dining car is attatched to
the train a* Danville, enabling the passengers
to get their breakfast en route. This train also
has through sleepers from Jaoksmville, Fla.,
and MeTuiihis. Tenn., to Chicago.
Tiain No 8, "World’s Fair Special,’’ runs
solid between Atlanta and Chicago and is
equipped with elegant Pullman Pallor Buffet
cars. A. G. PALMER,
8. L ROGERS. G. P. A. E. AT. H. R. R.
Son. Pass. Agt. Evansville. Ind.
COTHRAN & CO., ;
Fire,. Life and Accident Insurance.
Gin Houses Insured.
Offlce ComeT irmstrong Hotel, Rome, Ga,
H. D. HILL,
Real Estate Agent,
230 BROAD STREET; ROME, GA.
Renting 1 a Specialty, and Prompt Settlement the Rule.
Hearn Male School and Female Seminary at Cave Spring, 6a.
The exercises of these Schools will be resumed September 4, 1893, the Fall Term closing
December 22 with a Juvenile Prize Declamation. The Spring Term commences January 8, 1894,
and closes June 22, with Senior Prize Declamation and Examination.
HATES OF TUITIOItf.
Primary, per month 81.5*
Intermediate, per month 2 09
Common School, per month... 2 BO
Collegiate, per month 3 00
Phonography, (extra) per month 1.00
Incidentals, per term 50
The hoarding department will be under the management of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Childers,
with whom board can be obtained at 810 per scholastic month, Miss Fannie Culbertson, a pupil
of Shorter, will have a Music Class in the village, giving superior advantages in ibis department.
Rev. J. W. Pullen will be connected with the school. Dally practice in English composition by
all the pupils of the school. Students will be thoroughly prepared for the Junior Class in the
University and for entering the United States Military and Naval Academies. Special attention
will be given to the Colieriate studies by the Principal. For circulars or other information ad
ess th- Principal PArjEMON «T. SLXXO*G- A.. TVX.
John H. REYNOLDS, President. B. I. HUGHES, Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL AND SIHPLIS: $300,000.
i SmMßiontikhikkv .
HSn 11. lIEYKOLUS,
L, By FROM THE
l,v. JACKSONVILLE, S. F. * W. « 20 p.m.
I.V. BRUNSWICK, - E. T. V. &G. . - - - 810 p.m.
I.V. JEBVP, ... " io 25 p.m.
Uv. MACON, - - - - ix 15 a.m. - 3 20 a.m.
!,▼. ATLANTA, . - “ - 2io p.m. > 635 a.m.
Lv. ROME, ... " 455 p.m. ■ 910a.m.
X,v. DALTON, - - - “ - ■ 602 p.m. a 10 17 a.m.
Lv. CHATTANOOGA, Q.&C. . 725 p.m. ■ XX 40a.m.
Ar. CINCINNATI, . . 7 20 a.m. - 10 40 p.m.
I. CINCINNATI, ■ > BIG FOUR . 802 a.m. C. H. &D.IO 50 p.m.
Ar. CHICAGO, . . “ • 515 P»“*. “ Bo® a.m.
F/W LIMITED” Pullman Buffet
JKJBL Sleeping Car to Chicago, without change. An elegant vestibuled observation coach is
attached at Alanta, which goes to Bristol, becoming a part of the famous u WASHINGTON
Ind CHATTANOOGA VESTIBULE” at 11:20 a.m. No ex- ■‘OUlfiAßfll IHITFII”
trafare for the observation car or on the LIMITEDS. Izlllu AUU LbIIRI IEU
leaving Macon at 1-1:15 a.m., carries Pullman sleeping cars to Chicago without change, connec
tions at Chattanooga for Memphis and the West, Knoxville, Virginia Springs, and the East.
WHITE OR CALE ON any ticket agent of the E. T. V. A G. Ry., or address,
B. W, WRENN, G. P. A-, KNOXVILLE, TENN.
i; Queen & Crescent Route ;i
]» « Finest Trains in the South.* ] v
Through Cars toChicago without change.froß ( |
New Orleans, Meridian, Birmingham, Chat. . |
I ’ tanooga, Jacksonville, Fla., Atlanta, Macon, ,
I > Lexington and Georgetown, Ky. Choice •
I 1 of routes via Cincinnati or via Louisville, ( 1
. ) Stop-overs allowed on all World’s Fair tickets, ( I
. at Chattanooga, Louisville, Indianapolis or . |
’ , Cincinnati. . 1
I ’ For further information as to Rates, Car ’
I I Service, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., call <
I ) on or address any agent of the Queen & ( I
. 1 '** Crescent Route or E. T. V. & G. Ry. 11
W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati,O. ] |
;• THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO.
New Coal Yard.
J. F. McCLURE & SON,
- Telephone No. 27
We have opened a new Coal Yard at Rome City MiUa, where we will handle
DOMESTIC AND STEAM COAL.
We make a specialty of the celebratedTjellico and Mingo Mountain Coals, and we guarantee the
quality to be equal to thejbest, our weights correct, and prices as low as the lowest, and ask you
to call and see us and be convinced of what we say. 10-8-dtf
PHYSICIANS AND BURGEONS.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office over Hammack, Lucas & Co.'s Drug
Store. Entrance on Broad Street.
EV~At office day and night. Telephone 62.
DR. L. P. HAMMOND,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Residence No 403 West First Street,
Office CROUCH & WATSONS DRUGSTORI
Residence telephone - - . no <e.
Office ... ‘ ia.
C. HAMILTON, M. 0.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Residence No. 115, Maple St. East
Rome. Office No. 220 1-2, Broad St.
Residence Telephone No. 109. Office
Telephone No. 123.
HOSKINSON & HARRIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
First National Bank, ROME, OA
ty immediate attention given all bueinest
D. <;. Richmond <& Danville railboad.
My employment by the above company will
tot interfere with my general practice, which
will bo attended to aa heretofore. mcb4-dly
J. B. F. LUMPKIN,
Attorney at Law,
Room 12, Poatofflce Building. Pronip
attention to collections.
d6ml ma 3
J. h. sandersT
Collections a Specialty.
W. W. Vandiver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
- Rome, Ga.
GATTIS & HAMILTON,
Flans drawn and contracts made at lowest
prices, and satisfaction guaranteed. Postals
addressed to us at Rome, Ga., will receive
prowot attention. feb'zfidtf
W. L. DOUGLAS
S 3 SHOE •».
Do you wear them? When next In need try a pair.
Best In the world.
13.50 O , 152.00
aa aa 11 fob boys
If you want a fine DRESS SHOE, made In the latest
styles, don’t pay $6 to SB, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or
$5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look and
wear, well. If you wish to economize In your footwear,
dosr j wchaslng W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name and
price stamped on the bottom, look for it when you buy.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brocktou, Maas. Sold by
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Columbus, Ga., Oct. 3, ’93.
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King's Royal Germetuer and it wrought
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Indigestion and General Debilty, Germ
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King's Royal Germetuer Co., Atlanta,Ga.
Germetupi Pills for Constipation, 60
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Bile Star Lie Meal Co.
Steamers Clifford B, Seay and Resaca.
Boats leave Rome for Gadsden and In
termediate landings Tuesdays and
Fridays 8:3? a.tn.
For Greensport and Locks 1, 2 and 8,
Fiidays 8:30 a.m.
Arrive Rome Thursdays • nd Sundays.. 4 I'M) p.m
The following schedule will go Into effect
Obtober 3, 1893, at 9:00 n m.
bomb to Kingston.
No. 1. No. 3
Lv Rome 9.00 am 3.00 pm
Ar Second Avenue 9.03 am 3.03 pm
“ Brick Yard 9.10 am 3.30 pm
•‘Freeman’s 9.17 am 3.17 pm
“Dykes' i».2oam 3.20 pm
"Bass’Ferry 9.25 am 3.25 pm
•• Eves’., 9.30 am 830 pm
•• Murchison’s 9.40 am 3.40 pm
•‘Woolley’s 9.43 am 3 43pm
Ar Kingston 9.50 am 3.50 pm
Ar Atlanta W& A 12.15 pm 0.251 pm
KINGSTON TO BOMB.
No. 2. No. 4.
Lv Atlants 8.00 am 8.00 pm
Lv Kingston 10.20 am 5,10 pm
Ar Woolley’s 10.27 am 5.17 pm
“ Murchison’s 10.31 am 5.21 pm
•• Eves’ 10 39 am 5.29 pm
“ Bsss’ Ferry 10.43 am 5.33 pm
••' Dykes’ 10.48 am 5.38 pm
•• Freeman's 10.51 am 5.41 pm
“ Brick Yard 10.58 am 5.48 pm
•‘Second Avenue 11.65 am 5.56 pm
Ar Rome 11.10 am 6.00 pm
Nos. 1 and 2 make close connection at
Kingston, with Western & Atlantic trains going
North to Chattanooga, and South to Atlanta,
Connections at A'l-.nta and Chattanooga In
Union Depo's with all trains diverging.
All trains arrive and depart from Rome Rail
road depot, loot of Broad street, less than ona
Iffock front heart of city.
JS— No change of n.ira at. Kingston. Through
coaches on till trains between Rome and
Atlanta. w.F. AYER, Bupt|
GEORGIA, Floyd County.
Office of Board of Commissioners of Roads
and Revenues of Floyd County, Georgia, Rome,
Ga., ('Ct. 18tb, 180 J.—The Board having taken
into consideration the levj ing of the tax for the
present fiscal year, the taxable property of the
county bf ing found from t he tax digest to be for
the present year, *8,3.8,495
The State general tax being
461-100 mills on the St CO
on the foregoing, making
the sum of? 38,394 36
The following tax is hereby levied:
Topay principal and interest
on bonds, 19 per cent on
State tax $ 7,294 93
To run chaingang,42 percent
on State tax 16,125 83
To oiidge fund, no.bing.
FOB COUNTY PURPOSES.
To General fund, 26 6-10 per
cent on State tlx 9,951 55
To Jury fund, 11 par cent on
State tax 4,223 37
To Jail fund, 11 per canton
State tax 4,223 37
To Poor fund, 8 per cent on
State tax 3,071 54
The same being 5 39-101 mills on the SI.OO of the
taxable property of the County, making in all
for State and County purposes, one cent on the
Ordered, further that such legal notice be
given of this levy as required by statute.
John C. Fostfb. Chairman,
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