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GEORGIA’S LAW-MAKERS MEET
AND BEGIN WORK.
Routine Business of Both Hoil!i mul
Senate—Bills of Interast.
SESSION OF THE HOUSE.
28th Day —Tho house Weduesday
l morning immediately resolved itself
into a committee of the whole for the
further consideration of the appropria
tion bill. The amendment of Mr.
Hodges, of Bibb, to restore the $2,000
appropriation to the Mid tile Georgia
Military and Agricultural College was
taken tip. After considerable discus
sion a vote was taken. The amend
ment was lost by a rote of 102 to 42.
The next section of the bill adopted
was that appropriating sß*ooo for the
university for tho colored people.
Then came the eeetion to pay the in
terest on the land scrip fund due the
State University, $6,314.14, Mr. Boi
feuillet, of Bibb, brought on another
discussion by an amendment to in*
crease the appropriation to the Girls’
Industrial and Normal College at Mil
ledgeville, for which $22,900 was ap
propriated Tuesday, to $25,000 for
the purpose of erecting new buildings.
Mr, Boifeuillet created considerable
merriment by his persistency and
ended his remarks by a poetical
quotation which was loudly ap
plauded by his colleagues. The
motion to reconsider was then
voted upon and was lost, the vote be
ing 105 nays and 38 yoas, The next
appropriation adopted was $600,000
for the common schools, and whatever
other funds may be in the treasury at
the time of making the apportionment
as required by the code. Should the
returns of taxable property for the
years 1895 and 1896 prove to be great
er than four hundred and twenty-nine
million dollars, then the sums arising
from tho general tax levy upon these
returns of taxable property in excess
of four hundred and twenty-nine mil
lion dollars is to go to the common
-school fund of the state, in addition to
the $600,000 appropriated and in addi
tion to tho moneys appropriated by
existing laws to the common school
fund. The next section adopted ap
propriated $542,000 on bonds matur
ing July Ist, 1896, and $368,835 for
the interest maturing in 1895 and
1896. For the department of agri
culture SIO,OOO was appropriated,
for salary of the chemist $3,-
000, for replenishing chemical
apparatus SI,OOO, to be paid
from fees for inspecting fertilizers and
for the geological survey SB,OOO. On
motion of Mr. Branch, of Columbia,
the contingent fund was cut down to
SIO,OOO, the committee having recom
mended $15,000, and on motion of
Mr. Dennard, of Wilcox, the sum of
SBOO recommended by the committee
for the board of visitors to the experi
ment station, was cut down to SSOO.
One hundred dollars was applied to
'the state board of pharmacy for analyz
ing drugs, and SSOO was appropriated
for the use of the supreme court of
Georgia for indexing the original bills
of exceptions and transcripts of record.
For tho printing fund the sum of
$15,000 was appropriated,out of which
SI,OOO shall be paid for publishing
geological reports, SBOO was set aside
for the contingent expenses of the
railroad commission, $1,700 was set
aside for the contingent expenses of
the supreme court, and SI,OOO
| was appropriated for the print
l ing for the railroad commission,
i The appropriation bill reported by
! the finance committeo set aside $lB,-
000 for repairs to public buildings, to
purchase coal, wood, gas and furniture
for the executive mansion and to pay
engineer, guards, servants and one
porter for each department in the
state capitol. Governor Atkinson
thought one porter for every depart
ment was not needed, and Mr. Reagan,
of Henry, offered an amendment that
the number of porters be left to the
discretion of tho governor. The
amendment was adopted. For paying
expenses of officials in visiting the
convict camps $1,500 was appropri
ated. For insuring public property
SB,OOO was appropriated, and on mo
tion of Mr. Johnson, of Hall, an
amendment was adopted setting aside
; $450 for insuring the Dahlonega Col
■ lege. The fight of the day was
|in behalf c.f the military. The
first appropriation bill prepared
: appropriated $20,000 for organizing,
! arming and equipping the volunteer
; forces of the state. The finance com
; mittee cut out this section and left the
military without a cent. Mr. Hodges,
of Bibb, offered an amendment ap
propriating $20,000 for this purpose.
While this amendment was being dis
cussed, Mr. Rockwell moved that the
committee arise, report progress and
ask leave to sit again. The motion
was carried. After some discussion
the house adjourned until 3 p. m., so
as to finish up the appropriation bill.
29th Day —The house of represen
: tatives was in session Thursday, de
| spite the fact that it was a legal holi
i day and that the members of the sen
| ate were observing it as such. The
honso grew industrious and passed
| quite a number of bills, as follows: To
, transfer Dawson countv from the Blue
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Ridge judicial circuit to the North
eastern circuit; To create a public
J school system for Wilkes county; To
exclude from the city court of Atlanta
i all actions involving less than $100: A
! bill creating a board of examiners for
j stationary engineers in Fulton county;
i To incorporate the town of Oakrnan;
I To c-haDge the time of holding
; the Dawson superior court; To
allow judges to hold court in
a county otlur than their own; To
establish a board of commissioners in
the county of Talbot; To make the of
i fieials of Dougherty county pay the
j cost for conviction of convicts who are
; worked on the roads in Dougherty
| county; To authorize the state libra
rian to furnish the county officials
with Code and other books for the
county of Heard; To provide compen
j sation for the county commissioners of
! Colquitt county ; To create a sinking
| fund for years 1895-6 of SIOO,OOO each
’ year to be collected by special levy
and to bo used to pay valid bonds;
To provide for a board of commis
| sioners of roads and revenue for Jones
j county; To incorporate the town of
Newborne, in Newton county; To
abolish the county court of Lowndes
county; A till for the safe keeping of
the registration books of Chatham
county; To require the registration of
the voters in Mclhtosh county; To
establish a city court for Macon, in
Bibb county; To regulate for the reg
istration of voters in Baker county.
The following senate bills were passed:
A bill to abolish the board of roads
and revenue in Carroll eouuty; A bill
to provide for the municipal election
in Savannah, by Mr. Osborne. Tho
house adjourned at 12 o’clock to meet
30Tit Day.—ln the house Friday
morning the committee on privileges
and elections m ule their report on the
Cook-Blaldck contest fi*om Fayette
bounty. Majority and minority re
ports were presented. The majority
report unseating Cook and giving the
seat to Blalock was adopted after .v
breezy discussion. Mr. Blalock was
then sworn in by Chief Justice Sim-„
monsi Speaker Fleming announced
the receipt of a memorial from Certain
colored citizens of Polk county, who
wished to emigrate to some free coun
try. The memorial was sent to the
judiciary committee. Mr. Arnold
Broyles, of Fulton, introduced a bill
that will create a good deal bf
gossip, tt is a bill to make it un
lawful for the clerk or the reporter
of the supreme court or their as
sistants or partners at law to practice
in that court. Mr. Boyett, of Stewart,
introduced a bill tending to pre
vent tho spread of glanders among
horses. It provides that the owner of
stock, if he thinks glanders has effected
any horse or mule, shall notify the
governor at once and he shall send a
veterinary surgeon.at once to inspect
the diseased animals. If he decides
that it is glanders, the owner shall no
tify the ordinary and he shall appoint
three free holders to examine the ani
mals and asses their value. The state
shall then have the animals killed and
burned and shall pay the owner seven
ty-five per cent of the value. Mr. Hol
land, of Cobb, introduced a bill to re
peal the penalty now imposed upon
telegraph companies for the non-deliv
ery of a message. Many other new’
bills of more or less importance were
introduced and read. The session was
extended to 1:45 and at that hour the
31st Day —The house of representa
tives is hard at work ou the general
registration bill. At Saturday’s ses
sion it devoted the entire time to the
consideration of this measure, and
while it did not finish with the bill un
der consideration, it got through with
six sections, and the progress made
shows most clearly, not only that such
a bill will be passed, but that it will
be a bill as nearly as practicable meet
ing the wants of all the people of the
state. A resolution and message from
the governor were presented in regard
to the death of Hon. Joseph E. Brown,
and the house adjourned in respect to
32d Day. —Monday’s session of the ,
houBG was held at night, the day hav
ing been occupied in memorial exer
cises over tho body of Hon Joseph E.
Brown. The house met at 7:30. After
the roll call had been dispensed with Mr 1
Hodges submitted a resolution, Vi t
viding an order of business, the *
of which would be to displace the
itfiraiion bill and tea Jra
senato and house bills, so that v. £
work on the clerk’s desk could be
cleaned up. Mr. Hodges and Mr.
Jenkins urged the adoption. Mr.
Branch and Mr. Hurst thought it
would be best to go ahead with the
registration bill. It was urged, how
ever, by the friends of the resolution
that there was a light house and that
some important feature of the bill
might be killed on account of slight
opposition. Under the call for the pre
vious question the resolution w r as adopt
ed, so the registration bill went over.
Until 10 o’clock the house clerks were
at work, reading senate bills the first
and second time, and house bills, fa
vorably reported that came up ou their
second reading. Several efforts wero
made by tired members to adjourn but
all failed until the business was com
pleted, Mr. Blalock was, by resolu
tion, given the committee places Mr.
Cook had, and Mr. Bird, of Effing
ham, was given thoso which were held
by Mr. Spier.
SESSION OF THE SENATE.
28th Day. —Governor Atkinson lias
started on his appointments. Wednes
day morning he sent a long list of them
to the senate, among them being that
of Professor P. D. Pollock, of Macon,
to be state school commissioner in
place of Hon. S. D. Bradwell, the
present incumbent. Immediately af
ter the reading of the journal Senator
Tatum moved that the argumentive
portion contained in the minority re
port of the committee on elections be
stricken from the journal. The pres
ident ruled that the report could nut
be changed, whereupon Mr. Tatum
withdrew his motion. Senator Boyd,
chairman of the temperance committee,
submitted a report on the bill to abol
ish barrooms. The report recommends
that the bill pass by substitute, which
is the bill of Senator Mercer. A num
ber of new bills were introduced, The
following bills were passed : Bill pro
viding for the appointment of audit
ors, prescribing their duties, fixing
their compensation, providing for a
method of making their reports and
regulating the practice in cases where
exceptions are filed to their reports;
A bill to regulate the law of assign
ments for the benefit of creditors, to
fix the rights and duties of assignors,
creditors and assignees, (this bill prac
tically does away with the extravagant
charges of receivers, and the creditors
will get the money instead of the re
ceivers) ; Bill to relieve the supreme
court from writing out their opinion
in certain cases, except when the ease
is reversed, when they will 6end with
the remittur, the grounds of reversal.
If affirmed they simply announce their
verdict. Hon. Troujj Taylor, of the
county of Fulton, was authorized to
make the indexes of the bouse and
senate journal. The senate then ad
journed until Friday.
30th Day— ln the senate Friday,
the general judiciary committee re
ported favorably on Senator Venable’s
insurance bill and also on the bill in
troduced by Senator Wade to change
the constitution eo as to exempt all
property used for church purposes,
from taxation. Both bills were order
ed printed for the use of the senate.
Senator Sheppard’s resolution asking
congress to repeal the 10 per cent, tax
on state banks was unanimously agread
io. Senator Tenable introduced another
important insurance bill. It provides
for carrying into effect the constitution
requiring insurance companies to make
a deposit with the state treasurer. The
bill requires only a deposit of SI,OOO.
The present law requires $25,000. The
following bills were passed: House
bill to amend the charter of the town
of Social Circle; Bill authorizing Col
onel Troup Taylor to index the jour
nals of the senate and house; Bill re
pealing the act abolishing the office of
county treasurer of Twiggs, aud order
ing an electiou for a county treasurer
in January. At 12 o’clock the senate
went into executive session to act upon
thfe appointments of Prof. Pollock as
state school commissioner, and Judge
Ross as judge of the city court of Ma
con. Senator Harrip,who bad intended
making a fight on the appointment of
Judge Ross, withdrew’ his objections
and he was confirmed, as was Prof.
31st Day—lmmediately after the
reading of the record in the senate
Saturday, Senator Sheppard presented
the following resolution, which was
passed: “Whereas, the Almighty has,
in His infinite wisdom, decreed it
proper to remove from the walks of
life the late honored and distinguished
Georgian, the Hon. Joseph E. Brown;
therefore, be it resolved by the senate
of Georgia, of which body he was once
such an able and distinguished mem
ber ; that we learn with profound re
gret of his lamented death, and that
we extend our sineerest sympathies to
the grief-stricken family in their sore
bereavement; that these resolutions be
engrossed on the minutes, and that a
copy be sent the family. ” Shortly af
terward the house joint resolution and
the governor’s message in regard to
the same matter, were received, and
when the senate adjourned it was in re
spect to the memory of the deceased
32nd Day —There was no session of
the senate Monday, that body stand
ing adjourned in commemoration of
the death of Hon. Joseph E. Brown.
The members took part in the memo
rial services conducted in the house.
A SUMMARY OF INTERESTING
And Presenting an Epitome of tlia
South’s Progress and Prosperity
A dispatch of Thursday from Ashe
ville, N. C., says: Mi s Stevenson
continues to improve and both the
vice president and her physicians feel
The directors of the Augusta and
Savannah railroad have decided to de
clare a dividend of 3i per cent, which
will be payable December 4th to stock
holders of record on December 1.
Ex-Treasurer E. M. Phelps, of San
Augustine county, Texas, has been
missing from his home in San Augus
/] The county safe is locked and
? . successor cannot gain admis
l Lfie plant of the Anniston, Ala.,
Cordage Company is now running
from 6 o’clock in the morning until 11
at night, and orders are ou the books
now sufficient to keep it going this way
until April Ist.
The rumor is current among railway
men that the Central Railroad of Geor
gia will withdraw from the Southern
Passenger Association. The rumor is
also connected with one to the effect
that the other connected and interest
ed lines will also serve notice of with
Shortly after midnight Wednesday
night masked men held up a South
Pacific passenger train at Elka Sta
tion, Texas. The train was stopped
and two of the robbers attempted to
uncouple the engine and express car,
leaving the balance of the train, but
they were outwitted by the crew. The
About 8 :20 o’clock Thursday night
fire broke out in the cotton compiesa
of S. M. Inman, at Birmingham, Ala.,
and partially consumed 1,500 bales of
cotton, the warehouse and all the ma
chinery. The fire broke out in the
boiler room, and the entire building
was aflame before the fire was dis
covered. The approximate loss is
The Charity hosi>ital at Birming
ham, Ala., a magnificent structure,
erected at a cost of $40,000, was total
ly destroyed by fire Saturday night.
The fire department turned out but
could do but little ns the only stream
of water available was the storm sewer
of the city. There were no fatalities,
as the inmates succeeded in getting
out. The fire was the work of an in
The state canvassing board of North
Carolina has completed the canvass of
returns of the election of chief jus
tice and associate justice. Taking the
vote for chief justice, William T.
Faireloth, fusion nominee, received,
148,434 votes while James E. Shep
perd, democrat, received 127,593,
making the fusion majority 20,841.
Both of these nominees lead their re
Nearly the entire business portion
of Rockwood, Tenn., a town on the
Cincinnati Southern railway, is in
ashes. A fire broke out at 9:30 o’clock
Saturday night in the basement of
Bearis’s drug store. It went from
that to tho Shelby residence. At 11
o’clock the two structures mentioned,
together with the Christian church,
the opera house, the First National
bank and several other buildings were
destroyed. The loss is heavy.
The case cf Danforth and Armstrong
versus the Tennessee and Coosa Rail
road Company at Gadsden, Ala.,
Saturday with a verdict for SIOO,OOO
in favor of Danforth & Armstrong.
The plaintiffs had a contract for grad
ing the road from Attalla to Gadsden,
but were stopped when they reached
the foot of Sand mountain, the eon
tract being finished by other contract
ors. They sued for the full amount
and secured a judgment for $100,090
The Farmers’ Tribune exclaims: In
1860 there weie but two millionaires
n the T'nited States and no tramps.
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aires and 1,500,000 tramps.
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tlon. Refer to our patients, banks end burl net - meu.
Address or call on
DR. HATHAWAY & CO
M l- South Broud Street, ATLANTA, GA
P. P. P.
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
in Biood Poison
■ P. P. P. purifies the blood, builds up
, the weak -and debilitated, gives
strength to weakened nerves, expels
■ diseases,giving the patient health and
. happiness where sickness, gloomy
feelings and lassitude first prevailed.
> For primary,secondary and tertiary
syphilis, for blood poisoning, mercu
’ rial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and
, in all blood and skin diseases, like
blotches, pimples, old chronic ulcers,
’ tetter, scald head, boils, erysipelas,
eczema- we may say, without fear of
’ contradiction,that P. P. P. is the best
- blood purifier in the world,and makes
positive, speedy and permanent cures
fn all cases.
Ladies whose systems are poisoned
* and whose blood is in an impure condi
. tion, due to menstrual irregularities,
are peculiarly benefited by the won
’ derful tonic and blood cleansing prop
, ertiesof P. P. P. -Prickly Ash, Poke
Root and Potassium.
. Springfield, Mo., Aug. 14th, 1893.
—1 can speak in the highest terms or
’ your medicine from ray own personal
, knowledge. I was affected with heart
disease, pleurisy and rheumatism for
■ 35 years, was treated by the very best
physicians ana spent hundreds of aol
' Jars, tried every known remedy with
- out finding relief. I have only taaen
one bottle of your P. P. P., and can
' cheerfnllv say it has done me more
. good than anything I have ever taaen.
I can recommend your medicine to ail
’ sufferers of the above diseases,
ouuo mkS. M. M. YGARY.
Springfield, Green County, Mo.
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Indigestion I &£&&&? [ nekvqus-
B/LiODSftESS \ / HEADACHE.
McltGchuine Without The Likeness Anc
cfM.A.Tneoford on Promt Or
uch Wrapper. M.A.THrnronn Meo &
- •,*< Homs.qa.
and Old Sores :
Catarrh, Malaria -
and Kidney Troubles:
Arc entirely remove*! by P.P.P.
—Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Potas
slum, the greatest blood purifier on
Aberdeen, 0.. July 21,1891. *-
Messrs. Lippman Bros. , Savannah,
Ga. : Pear Sirs—l bought a bottle of —'
yourP.P. P. at Hot Springs. Ark. .and
it has done me moro good than three
months’ treatment at the Hot Springs. *"
Send three bottles C. O. D. _
E “ c “""i l f B s '°a r Vw TO N. -
Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
Capt. J, D, Johnston. *~
To all whom it mat/ concern: I here*
by testify to the wonderful properties
of P. P. P. for eruptions of the skin. X
suffered for several years with an un-
sightly and disagreeable eruption on
mv face. I tried every known reme
dy but in vain,until P. P. P. was used,
and am now entirely cured.
(Signed by) J. D. JOHNSTON.
ftkiu Cancer Cared.
Testimony from (he Mayor of Sequin, Tex. ~~
Sequin. Tex. , Janimry 14,1893.
Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah,
Ga.: Gentlemen—l have tried your P.
P. P. for a disease of the skin, usually
known as skin cancer,of thirty years’
standing, and found great relief: it
purifies the blood and removes all ir- *“
rltation from tho scat of the disease
and prevents any spreading of the
sores. I have taken five or six bottles
and feel confident that another course _
will effect a cure. It has also relieved
me from indigestion and stomach
troubles. Yours truly, _
CAPT. W. M. RUST,
Attorney at Law.
Book ob Blood Diseoses Moiled Free. ~
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