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S. B. BURR, - Business Manager.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1S89.
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| The Olive Bill Defeated.
i The following special to the Times-
I Enterprise was received yesterday:
Atlanta, Ga , Oct. 16,18S9.
The Olive bill was defeated this
morning by a vote of 77 for to 71
against- It will not be reconsidered.
A. T. McIntyre, Jr.
It is proper 10 explain that 88 votes
are necessary to pass a bill, under the
constitution of the state.
'his puts at rest a measure which
threatened to interfere most serftmsly
with railroad building in Geotgta.
Happily it has been disposed of in a
manner which says to capitalists: ‘-In-
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. I .Skins on Fire-
A FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT IN CIN
Cl N NAT!.
A Congressman Dead—Alabama
Floats 4 Per Cent Bonds—New
York City in Darkness—Ea^-Gov
Perry, of Florida, Dead—Mar
ried in Cotton Bagsrinjr—The
Lease Bill Up Again.
ft. IS. Etritit, Iln.lnc. Mnnogrr.
It is now thought that the visit of
the Czar to the Emperor of Germany
will smooth the wrinkled front of war
The leg-stature should settle the
lease and bettfrmenl questions. I hey
should rot po-tpone them, placing the
responsibility on the next legislature.
The legislature never performed a
better day's work than that of yester
day. It drove the last nail in the cof
fin of the Olive bill. Well .done, een-
tlemen; we feel like forgiving you for
all your short-coinings.
Riley's military bill, appropriating
seven thousand dollars to the voluntee r
soldiery of the state, has passed the
house. It will no doubt become a
law. This will enable military com
panies to go into camps once a year.
Che amount should have been larger
In the convention of colored men
of Illinois, at Springfield, on Wedne-s
day, Johu C. Joues, of Chicago, said
that “there is not a charitable insti
tution in Illinois, uuder state or conn
ty control, in which colored people
get the same treatment that is accord
ed to whites.” And then the conven
tion proceeded to pass resolutions
denouncing the treatment of the ne
groes at the south, in whose charita
ble institutions they are accorded
privileges denied them in Illinois.—
The Augusta Chronicle says: “cot
ton bagging scored a good point at
the recent fire on the steamer Katie,
on the Savahnah river. Flames
which fed on the open, inflammable
jute bales, seemed to skip the closely
woven cotton wrap entirely. This is
a practicle proot of the excellency of
cotton bagging, and seems to confirm
the fire test made in New Orleans last
spring. This a vital excellence if it is
maintained, and will give cotton bag
ging a boom in spite of the alleged
weakness as a cover. Let the Alliance
pien and their friends make a note of
There is to be another convention
to consider the cotton bagging ques
tion, and it is hoped that it will do
more good than the convention held
in New Orleans last month. The
farmers’ alliances of the various south
ern states have called a convention to
meet in St. Louis, Dec. 7, to endeavor
to find a practical solution of the bag
ging problem. All the cotton ex
changes in the country have been in
vited to send representatives to this
meeting. The farmers realize the nec
essity of assistance from the exchanges
in this matter and hope that some plan
may be devised that will insure the
co-operation of the men who raise the
cotton and the men who handle it.
There is httie doubt that their com
bined and persistent action would bring
Liverpool to terms and secure just
recognition for cotton bagging.—Tele
We lake the lol owing items from
the Macon Telegraph :
In Maryland they believe that the
punishment should he made to fit the
crime. The penalty for wife-heating
is the whipping post and it is being
used with very salutary effects.
Editor Larry Gantt, of Athens, who
was already the possessor of two Geor
gia newspapers, has added an orange
grove to his worldly treasures. The
next thing <we know Mr. Gantt will be
E. W. Abbott, an officer at the
Massachusetts reformatory, owns the
largest dog in the country. It is of
the lion breed of mastiffs, weighs 182
pounds, is thirty-three inches high and
•be feet, eleven inches in length.
the people of the state will heartily en
dorse the action of the legislature.
Pay For Pensioners.
Ati.ata, Ga., Oct. 14.—The follow
ing circular was issued to the ordina
ries of the various counties to-day :
Atlanta, Ga , Oct. 11, l8Sf».
To the Ordinary:
Dear Sir—Governor Gordon instructs me
to inform you, and through you the benefi
ciaries of the law granting allowances to
dUabled soldier?, that the payment to them
for the year ending October 24, 1 P.90, will
begin the first of February, 1850.
Negroes Not Invited.
The Boston Herald says that
“there are large tracts of land in
Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine,
Connecticut, and even in Massachu
setts, where to-day you can buy a
farm for a song, and where Fiuns,
Swedes, Icelanders or French Cana
dians are cordially invited to succeed
the Anglo-Saxons, who have run
away to CDgage in more luciative
White people from every foreign
country, it will be seen, are invited to
come and take these farms, which can
be had “for a song,” but no invitation
is extended to the negroes of this
country. As the negroes of the south
arc so near at haud, and the republi
cans of tha states named above insist
that they are badly treated in the
southern states, it must he regarded
as passing strange that they are not
included in ths invitation to take for
a song the abandoned farms of Ver-J
rnont, New Hampshire and Massachu
setts, where tiie Republican majorities
are so large.—Atlanta Journal.
CALLED TO BROOKLYN.
Dr. Kerr Tendered the Pastorate of the
First Reformed Church.
Rev. Robert 1*. Kerr, D. D., the
eloqueut and beloved pastor of the
First Presbyterian church of this
city, has received a unanimous call to
the First Reformed church of Brook
lyn, N. Y.
A committee of two business men,
bankers and prominent in the nfiairs
of t lit? church, waited on Dr. Kerr
yesterday and spent two hours urging
his acceptance of the call.
Dr. Kerr assured his visitors that
he appreciated most highly the action
of the church and their expressions
of kindness ami admiration, but
gave them no assurance as to what
he will do. lie only promised to
take the matter under advisement and
his callers left on the evening train
Dr. Kerr came here a few years
ago from Petersburg, and has won the
affection and admiration not only of
his own congregation, but of the
citizens generally. He is an able
preacher and a zealous worker in the
The field to which he is called is
one of the most inviting in this coun
try. The congregation is just now
preparing to erect in the more fash
ionable part of Brooklyn a house that
will cost 8300,000.—Richmond Dis
Here are the mortgages held
by eastern capital on western farms:
Lawyer—Do you understand the
nature of an path, madam ? Witness
—Well, I should say I did. My
husband took ofl the screens yosterday,
and is putting up the stove pipes to
day.—New York Sun.
Os win to, N. Y., Oct. 15.—Hon
Newton \V. Nutting, representative
in congress from tlie Twenty-seventh
district ol tills state, died at his ■resi
dence here this afternoon, aged 49.
MoNioo.MEP.y, Ala., Oct. 15.—
Gov. h'eay has sold, to parties in New
York, 8904,000 worth of Alabama
bonds hearing 4 per cent, interest, to
replace the same amount at 6 per
cent, bonds which are due Jan. 1,
1890. The price paid for the 4s was
101 1-5 0.
New York, Oct. 15.—New York
is again in a state of semi-darkness to
night. The Brush Electric Light
Company and the United States Elco-
tric Light Company continue to cut
oil’tlic-ir currents pending the argu
ment of the injunction cases against
ihcm in the supremo court chambers.
Pensacola, Fla., Oet. 15.—Pri
vate telegrams received in this city
tills evening from Kerrville, Tex.,
announce the death of Gen. E, A.
Perry, ex governor of Florida, which
occurred at that point this morning.
The family of the deceased are with
the remains, which will be brought to
ibis --ity for -ntemtcnl.
Cincinnati, (),, Oct. 15.—A
frightful catastrophe occuircd be
tween 12 aud 1 o’clock to-day on the
Mount Auburn inclined plain, which
lies at the head of Main street, and
reaches to n height of between 250
and 390 feet in a space i f perhaps
2,000 feet or less. The steel cable
broke and the ear shot, with lightning
like rapidity, down the incline. Of
the nine persons in the ear, five were
killed outright, and four boflly in
Ralekiil N. C„ Oct. 15.—The
largest crowd ever seen at a fair in
this state attended the fair to-day.
Tho chief attraction was the mnrriage
of W. M. Bateman and Miss
Josephine Nowlcs, of Washington
county. The ceremony took place at
the grand stand, at the fair grounds,
at noon. The bride and groom were
both attired in costumes of southern
cotton bagging, and were attended by
four couples all costumed in the same
Atlanta, <Ga., Oct. 15.—The
Western and Atlantic lease bill re
ported by substitute in the Senate
this morning, after kicking around
the committee room for upward of
six weeks, embodies seme very im
portant changes. One of them avoids
the uncertain “natural wear and tear”
clause of the original, and at the same
time appears to render the labors of
the unfortunate conference committee
almost absurdly superfluous. The
substitute delays all action looking
toward a new leaso until just before
the present one expires. Twenty
days prior to Dec. 1, 1890, it directs
that the road shall be put upou the
market and bids advertised for. It
is to be offered iti such condition as it
may he found in at that time, instead
ot that in which it now is, “natural
wear and tear excepted.”
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18th.
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in Thoraasville, said county.
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retiring. Johu T. West will continue the
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Thonmsville, Sept. 17, 1889* 1-mo
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They will open on or before Oct. 18th, with a
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Gooila, etc., at advertising prices, on Jackson
street, near Broad. Look out for the big New
York and Baltimore Clothing House sign.
ThomasvUlc, Ga., Oct. 15, '89. lfioctlw
Biggest and Best Stock
IN SOUTH GEORCPA.
1 have five hundred thousand feet of
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Jos. L. Beverly,
(Successor to Fife & Beverly.)
MEIGS - - GA.,
Real Estate *Agent,
Office over Reid i Culpepper’s Drug Store, Broad St.
I am now prepared to buy or sell, for other
parties, all kinds of town or country real
estate, and have on my list a good assort
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tion to the business will be my aim, and I
respectfully solicit a share of the business of
the community. *aug28tf