THE TEXTILE SCHOOL
Itf6 JHt Impoaani
Step Toward that End
WXTILE MPtRTKST BADLY NBBBM
It Wm a- Great Victory For Meur«. Bar
ris aadßoifeuillet-Ten Thousand Dol
lars Will Be Appropriated For It.
A special to the Macon Telegraph
from Atlanta says; One of the impor
tant events of the day about the legis
tive halls was the appearance of Col N.
E. Harris of Macon, before the finance
committee of the honse to argue in be*
half of the bill to appropriate SIO,OOO to
enable the Technological School to es
tablish a textile department. Col. Har
ris, who is president of the board of
trustees, was supplemented in his ef
fort by Mr. Lyman Hall, president of
the school, by State School Commis
sioner Glenn and by Mr. G. C. Mat
thews, of the Macon Telegraph, each of
whom delivered five minute addresses
and submitted specific reasons why the
appropriation should be made. Col.
Harris spoke with great force, dwelling
especially upon the extraordinary
achievements of Germany in cutting
into the trade of Great Britain,
showing from the official records that
Germany's progress was due to her aya-.
tern of technical education. He then
proceeded to show what Massachusetts
was doing to maintain the supremacy
of New England in cotton manufactur
ing by organizing textile schools. This
brought him to a grand climax in his
appeal for such a sohool.in Georgia, not
•only the Empire state of the South, bnt
In the middle of the great cotton re
tgion. He declared that such a school
would be to the benefit of every cotton
grower, because it would tend to de
velop a better market for the Georgia
farm right in Georgia, by bringing into
the country new mills and improving
the output of those already in opera
After Messrs. Harris, Hall, Glenn
and Matthews had concluded, the dis
cussion began among the members of
the committee themselves. Those who
spoke in favor of the appropriation were
Messrs. Wight, Pope, Brown, Berry
and Boifeuillet. Those who, while not
dissenting from the proposition to es
tablish a textile school, raised the ques
tion of economy, were Messrs. Blalock
and Swift. Mr. Swift stated that the
proposed appropriation would only erect
the building and there would be no
funds with which to purchase the equip
ment, and on this account he doubted
the wisdom of the state making the ap
To this Mr. Boifeuillet replied that
outside parties were willing to appro
priate an amount equal to that given by
the state and with this an equipment
would be obtained.
Mr. Blalock said that if Mr. Boifeuil
let would amend the bill so that it
would read “provided this appropriation
shall not be made available until
SIO,OOO in cash is subscribed by indi
viduals or others,’’ he would vote for
it. Mr. Boifeuillet said he would so
amend it if Mr. Blalock would consent
to the additional amendment that the
appropriation by individuals shonld be
SIO,OOO in money or equipment. Mr.
Bitdock consented to this and the bill
as amended was unanimously agreed to
by the committee. On motion of Mr.
Hitch, of Brooks, the committee agreed
to report the bill back to the house as
amended with the recommendation that
it do pa°s.
It was an extraordidary victory for
Col. Harris and Representative Boi
feuillet who had introduced the bill in
the house. Col. Harris is thoroughly
confident that the outside contribution
will be raised without the slightest
difficulty, Mr. Boifeuillet is equally
confident that with the unanimous re.
port of the committee the house will
pass the bill and the senate do like
This signifies the beginning of a new
of the back or limbs,
of the joints,
in the chest,
are relieved and cured by
Do Not Be Deceived by any “Just aa
food " pleas ; insist upon bsving the genuine.
Allcock’s Corn Shields,
Atlcock’s Bunion Shields,
Have uo equal as a relief and cure for corns
are not merely purgative, but tonlo.
Th«jrpurity and teueaptksnyrw
Mrs. Pinkham Counsels Young 1 rives to Keeep Their Attraotiveaasa,
Seven-eighths of the men
in this world marry a woman -Sragga
because she is beautiful
In their eyes. \
What a disappoint- w'X
ment then to see the ,«mV '• '
fair young wife’s beauty Bh ’TFSb
fading away before a year v
passes over her head I /rBL
1 feel as if I would like ■ J
to say to every young woman /
who la about to be married— >' ]'
“Strengthen yourself in ad- W* 7 j S'
vance, so that you will not
break down under the new ,7 * Jl.
strain on your powers.” Keep your beauty, ' ‘s
it is a precious possessicn I Your husband loves *7y f <
your beauty, fee is proud to be seen in public n \
with you; try to keep it for his sake, and your !\ >i J V
own* Il 1/ if y
The pale cheeks, the dark shadows under If <
the eyes, the general drooping of the young -" .
wife’s form, what do they mean ? They mean
that her nerves are failing, that her strength is going and that something
must be done to help her through the earning trials of maternity.
Build her up at once by a course of some tonic with specific powers. Such as
Lydia E.' Rinkham’s Vegetable Compound. You can get it St any druggist’s.
Following we publish by request a letter from a young wife—of her own ac
cord she addresses it to her “suffering sisters,” and while from modesty she ‘
asks to withhold her name, she gives her initials and street number in
Chambersburg, Pa., SO she can easily be found personally or by letter:
To my Suffering Sisters:—Let me write this foi; your benefit, telling you
What Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done fat, me. lam hot
nineteen and suffered with painful menstruation, leucqrrhqja, dizziness, burn
sensation back of ears and on top of my bead, nervousness, pain and
soreness of muscles, bearing-down pains, could not sleep well, was unable
to stand without pdin, and oh! how I longed to be well!
One day I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham telling her all, knowing I could do so '
(n perfect confidence. , • ,
She wrote me a lovely letter in reply, telling me exactly what to do.
After taking nine bottles of the Compound, one box of Liver pills, and using
one-half package of Sanative wash, I can say I am cured. I am so happy,
and owe my happiness to none other than Mrs. Pinkham.
Why will women suffer when help is near ? Let me, as one who has had
some experience, urge all suffering women, especially young wives, to seek
Mrs. Pinkham's advice.—Mrs. R. 8. 8., 113 E. Catherine St., Chambersburg, Pn,
and grand epoch in southern industry
and it is a glorious thing that Georgia,
among the states of the South, should
have been the first to open the door.
Some Facte Regarding the Rapid Increase
Os Heart Tiooblee.
Do Not Be Alarmed, But Look For the
Heart troubles, at least among
Americans, are certainly increasing
and while this may be largely due to
the excitement and worry of Ameri
can business life, it is more often the
result of weak stomachs, of poor di
Real, organic heart disease is Incur
able; but not one case in a hundred of
heart trouble, is organic.
The close relation between heart
trouble and poor digestion is because
both organs are controlled by branch
es of the same great nerves, the Sym
pathetic and Pneumogastric.
In another way, also the heart it
affected by that iorm of poor diges
tion. which causes gas and fermenta
tion from half digested food; there is
a feeling of oppression and heaviness
in the chest caused by pressure of the
distended stomach on the heart and
lungs, interfering with their action;
hence aries palpitation and short
Poor digestion also poisons the blood
makes it thin and watery, which ir
ritates and weakens the heart.
The most sensible treatment for
heart troubles is to improve the di
gestion and to insure the prompt as
similation of food.
' 'This can beet be done by the regu
lar use after meals, of 'some safe, pleas
ant and effective digestive prepara
tion, like Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets,
which may be found at most drug
stores and which contain valuable,
harmless digestive elements, in a
pleasant, convenient form.
It is safe to say that the regular,
persistent use of Stuart’s Dyspepsia
Tablets at meal time will cure any
form of stomach trouble, except can
cer of stomach.
Full size packages of the tablets
sold by druggists at 50 cents. ~
Little book on stomach troubles
mailed free. Address Stuart Co.,
LYNCHING HIS PLATFORM.
Editor Blackburn to Oppose Livingstone
For Congress on That Platform.
The announcement of Benjamin M.
Blackburn, editor of the Atlanta Com
mercial, of his candidacy for the dem
ocratic nomination for congress to
succeed Co). Livingstone, from the
Atlanta district brings out a new plat
form. After declaring himself in favor
of the interpretation of the Chicago
platform, he adds to it this:
“I believe in a democrat having
some ideas of bis own, and I favor a
great many things that I believe to
be fruitful of good results to my peo
ple that are not to be found in any
platform. lam in favor of lynching
brutes for the usual crime, because I
believe that it is our religious duty to
keep Southern homes pure and uude
filed. I believe the south was right in
tbe sixties, and that the sentiment of
her people will sustain me today. I
am opposed to any system that gives
brutal and cowardly sycophants the
right to shoot down innocent labor as
was lately done in Pennsylvania.”
You can't cure consumption, but you
can avoid it and cure every other form ot
threat or lung trouble by the use of One
Mmute Cough Cure. For sale by Curry-
Affingtou Co., Home, Ga.
THE HOM£!< TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1897.
Signor Randegger in Rome.
Signer Randegger returned from Rome
yesterday, where he gave a concert at the
opera house Friday night, says Sunday’s
Constitution. A large and fashionable
audience was present and the brilliant
young nianist scored one of the artistic
successes of the season. Every number
was rendered with remarkable technique
and was enthusiastically received. Signor
Randegger is fast gaining tbe reputation
of being one of the foremost pianists of
To Cure A Cold ,in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure 25c, The genuine has L. B.
Q on each tablet.
Two Presbyterian Pastors.
Romans will be interested in the fol
lowing items about two Presbyterian
preachers: Rev. J. T. Plunkett, D. D.»
of Augusta, Ga., has received a unanim
ous. call to become the pastor of the Cen
tral church, St. Louis, which has been
vacant since tbe removal of Rev. Edward
Mack to Norfolk, Va., last May.
Incontinence of water during sleep
stopped immediately by Dr. E.
Anti Diueretic, Cures children and
adults alike. Price sl. Sold by D. W.
Curry, drugg 5 -" ’ "me. Ga.
NORTH GEORGIA CONFERENCE.
First Business Session Will Be Held This
Rome’s Methodist preachers left yester
day for Athens. They were joined here
by several ministers from surrounding
An Athens dispatch says:
The first business session will be held
Wednesday morning. Thursday night
in the conference will be educational
One special feature of interest in this
session will be the election of delegates
to the general coaference, which meets in
Baltimore next May. This conference is
composed of an equal number of minis
ters and Jaymen, and meets once every
four years! It is the legislative body of
the church and the coming session
promises to be one of unusual interest as
I many grave questions, will be before the
body. One of these is the evangelist
question. For some years past this has
been a cause of contention.
Some of tbe evangelists in holding
protracted meetings in certain sections
have collided with the pastors and thus
dissensions and in some localities schisms
have resulted. This will be one of the
questions needing regulation and doubt
less other changes will be called for in
the book of discipline.
On next Sunday morning, the 27tb,
Bishop Galloway will ordain the class of
deacons who have passed the neceasary
examination and at night the ordination
of the elders will take place. These
services will be very soLmn and interest
ing. We learn that some of the preach
ers have died during the past year and
no doubt the usual memorial services will
be held, in which tributes to the memory
of these faithful men will be read.
I want everyman and woman In the
United States interested in the opium
and whisky habits to have one of my
books of these diseases. Address B. M.
Woolly, Atlanta, Box 843, undone
wfll be sent yon free.
TheMMHHßMlutArar, M. $. ffj&rker, 4Nb
#ew>.i„ s . to
HBhm Hili Mn:—ln Ute of
the arrest of one William Williams/
you say that he is "far” above the
average in intelligence. To this state
ment we object. We do not take ex
ception to the statement that' “he.is
far vabove the average Tn intelli
gence,” which you make i» several
connections, because we envy his re
cord, and hoaor. But because we
want the real intelligent white and
colored people of this city and vicinity
and indeed, in other sections of the
state and county where year paper
goes, to know that the better class of
the colored people of Rome resent the
statement that Williams is an intelli
gent man. He may know how to read
and write, and, too, he may have
been a teacher in Floyd’s county
schools, bnt that is not a good and
sufficient reason why he stands so
high or far above his "race in Intelli
gence. You don’t really mean to say,
in fact, that William Williams is
above the average in intelligence, of
the intelligent colored people of Rome?
Don’t compare and measure, the real
and true intelligent, colored people,
with hardened criminals, arid those
whose records are generally checker
ed because they may be able to read
We don’t always call such intelli
gence. Sfitfi intelligence, go quite a
nupber of other things, which are
uncompromisingly-opposed to many
bf the things which you mention in
connection with our “friend*’ Wil f
Ham Williams. We ask that these
few lines appear, not with indifference
to’the opinion and wishes of the real
and intelligent colored citizenry of
our proud little Rome.
M. C. Parker.
The Coming Woman
Who goes to the club while, hpr husband
tends the baby, as well as the good old
fashioned woman who looks after her
borne, will both at times get run down
in health. They will be troubled with
lose of appetite, headaches, sleeplessness,
fainting or dizzy spells. The most won
derful remedy for these women is Elec
tric Bitters. Thousands of sufferers from
Lame Back and weak Kidneys rise up
and call it blessed. It is the medicine
for women. Female complaints and
Nervous troubles of all kinds* are soon
relieved by the use of Electric bitters.
Delicate women should keep this remedy
on hand to build up the system. Only
500 per bottle. For sale by Curry-Ar
Fewer Rapidly Dying Onto
New Orleans, Nov. 22. —The weather
is still warm. The board of health con
tinues to report cases, but it will not
have So do so much longer, because the
fever is rapidly dying out. There were
reported to the board four new cases
and one death. Business is looking up
and all the trunk lines have put on
extra sleepers to bring refugees back
to the city.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away.
If you want to quit tobacco using casilj
and forever, beniade well, strong, magnetic,
lull of new life and fence No-To-Bnc,
the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Buc of your
druggist, under guarantee to cure, 50e or
SI.OO. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or New York.
Sort 111 ‘ MF<»l lliiltll Kertigll<«.
Washington, Nov. 23. Elbert M.
Rucker, Jr., of South Carolina, an as
sistant attorney in the interior depart
ment, has resigned to practice law in
* women are
troubled at i
vals with pains
in the head,
shoulders,sides SyaKaaH :
hips and limbs.
But they need
These pains are symptoms of
dangerous derangements that
can be corrected. The men
strual function should operate
makes menstruation painless,
and regular. It puts the deli
cate menstrual organs in condi
tion to do their work properly.
And that stops all this pain.
Why will any woman suffer
month after mouth when Wine
of Cardui will relieve her? It
costs sr.oo at the drug store, f
Why don’t you get a bottle
For advice, in cases requiring l:
special directions, address, giv
ing symptoms, “The Ladies’
Advisory Department,” The >
Chattanooga Medicine Co., i
Chattanooga, Tenn. t
Mrs. ROZENA LEWIS,
Os Oonavllle, Texas. aayat
”1 was troubled at monthly Interval*
with terrible pains In my head and back,
but have been entirely relieved by Win*
of Cardui.’’ *"*>•
of hoqsecleaning needn’t trouble you a
moment. The person that d'cids house- -
CT&anirig kndws notljiqg 9 DI T ’e v i xie - <?f .
its easy work, its quickness and corhforr.
fifr/ * ts sav * n £ °f puint and of rub
bing. Go over everything v. ;th
Pcaf line—floors, doots, win-
Sy* I dows, woodwork, paint, fnar-
Wsss/ ble, stone, glass, carpets, bric
a-brac —and you'll get through any
cleaning job in the shortest time, and with the least labor
and ( .'s. i’ ».t don’t need any other help. Pearline is
meant o wash everything that water won’.t hurt, 53s
rduuiers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell yon.
T4*AX “this is as good as" or "the same as Pearline.” IT'S
W CL& FALSE—Pearline is never peddled: if your grocer send*
you an imitation, be honest— senj it back. JAMBS PYLE, New York.
IHSTOC H SS
Rome China and Stove Co.
Have just opened and are receiving the most beautifnl stock of imported
China, Glassware, Lamps and general Hpusefurnishing Goods
ever brought to Rome. Everything elegant, useful and cheap!
exaZlPk* wZVk •-'EK
TEA SETS • COTTAGE DINNER SETS
of 56 pieces, dainty decoration « just the thing for small families,
border pattern, fine porcelain body, * In blue, green and brown; lovely
real China finish, cjbok« of three * border decoration, new shapes,
color?. $2 48 per set. These sets jg China finish, porcelain body; real
are new and real elegant goods. $ elegant goods. Only $3,74 per set.
Our dainty open stock pattern is the newest and prettiest thing out
this season in porcelain; real China finish, border decoration, in three
colors, green, blue and brown. In these goedsyou can get anything you
want and make up your own sets at small cost. Tea plates 24 cents per
set; breakfast plates 33 cents per set; dinner plates 44 cents per set;
soup plates 44 cents per set. Fruit saucers 24 cents per set; individual
butters 15 cents per set; Cups and saucers, Haviland’s latest shapes 45
cents per set. Meat dishes, all sizes, deep vegetable dishes, cake ) lates,
sauce tureens, oatnieal bowls, Oyster bowls, tea pots, sugar dishes, cream
pitchers, etc. We have a most complete assortment of Harviland’s China
in plain white and decorated—by the single piece or i i full sets Dinner
sets, game sets, fish sets, nerry sets, ice cream sets, tet a tet sets, dainty
little odd sets and bric-a-brac in the newest and prettiest things known to
the ceramic art
Charter Oa Stoves | New Enterprise Stoves
with wire gauze oven doors, the most jjj have been sold in this market 20
perfect ccoking stoves in the world * .¥ ears , an< i never fail to give satis-
We have them in all sizes, for wood $ have them to all sizes.
, ’ £ Heating stoves of size, shape
and coal; they never scorch, never « an(J variftty . Stoveg f , r par l O r ß ,
burn the food, but ccok everything dining rooms, offices, stores, lodges
nice. * and churches.
Our new line of table glassware surpasses anything eVer produced
before, every piece is a perfect crystal and can only be told from real
cut glass by experts. Examine our immense stock, learn our prices and
save money on every purchase.
Rome China and Stove Co.,
No. 213 Broad Street, Rome, Ga.
The leading tourist and commercial hotel of the city.
American and European plan. Free ’bus meets
all trains. Prompt baggage delivery. Most
desirable location. Corner Peachtree and Ellis
streets, adjoining Grand Opera House.
Jas. E. Hickey, Manager.
xS?O tlou of a f*mou.Fre»oh pbyrtcUn, will quickly cure you of *ll n«r-
‘ ■ V7 V. *7 ssfr tessiysi ■
■ nCMOf dlscbarte, which If not checked lead* to Bperm»torrba» and
■ nrrnnr irrrn all the horrors of ImpoUney. CUPIDraz cleanse* the liver, the
■ BEFORE ANO AFTER kidneysand the urinary orcans of all imparities
), ■ CVPIMWB Streurtbem and restores small weak Orrana.
The reaeon sufferer, are not cured by Doctors is became ninety per eent are troubled with
Proatatitle. CUPIDKNEIs theonly knownremedr to cure without an operation, nooteetlmonl
r ala A written kuarantee given and money returned If six boxee doee not emet a perauuwnteura
SI.OO a box, six for (5.90, by malL Send for ran circular and testimonial*,
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