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TTfURSDAY, APRIL 23. 1003.
EDUCATING THE NORTH.
In yesterday's paper wo <iuotod from a
Jiotable address whlch was dellvered on
S'onday evenl\tr ln Cooper Unlon, Now
York, by the Rev. Percy Stlckney Grant,
;ector of the Church of tho Ascenslon,
an "Kvolutlon of tho Ncgro Questlon."
Mr. Grant, flrst of nll, dlsmlssPd the sub
1ect of umnlgnmntlon wlth the nssertlon
that "naturo porninnontly bnrs tho unlon
of the whltes nnd blncks by wcnkenlnor
the foeundlty of the chlli! of such' a
unlon, and that the nttompt to amalga
mato the two rnces by marrlngo would
resull In raclnl suicldo through barren
lle nlso contended that the white race
ls the superlor race mi'd must oxerclso a
parental enre over the black rnrp. and
must hold the black raco ln a sort of
nubsorviency, even to tho extont of gov?
ernment oontrol. Ifo seemed to ngroc
wlth the Rev. Dr. Porkburst, of New
York, thnt slnvcry was not a bad thing.
but a good thing for the nogro, ns it
gave hlm much needed tralnlng, nnd he
declnrod that that tralnlng should be
contlnued, not of tho mlnd alone, but of
the hnnd nnd whole nature of man as
well, toward honesty, truth and thrlft.
'No Southern man could have stated tho
case more clenrly and forcefully nnd cor
rcctly, from the South's polnt of vlew,
nnd wo nccopt this ns another evldoneo
of the fnct that tho people of tho North
nre rapldly eomlng to n cloaror nnd n
surer understandlng: of the rrine problem.
We aro gratlfied to know that tho Rev.
Mr. Grant ls to-day a gnest of tho clty
of Richmond, havlng come .here with Slr.
Ogden's party to nttend the Conference
for Southern Educatlon. AVe nrt glad
:o have so dlstingulshed and so 1'itolll
gent a Northerper with us, and we" take
?6Ccaslon~to remark tha*. this conference
thould be ealled a Conference for North?
ern Educatlon. The conference has done
a groat deal toward awfikenfiig an Inter?
est in the general subject of educatlon In
the South, but we bellevo that its great
est accompllshment up to this tlino has
beon tho educatlon ond cnllghtenment of
tho Northern men who have attended
from year to year. They havo learned
f great deal about the raco mufstln'nj lio
rause they have come hlther In a splrlt of
liivestigatlon. and havo niet the questlon
jaco to face. They could not havo learned
?s they hrive learned by studylng tho
questlon from nfar. But havlng come Into
the black belt, and havlng sren the negro
as ho ls. nnd havlng conferrcid with tha
Boutherners, wlio have llved all ihelr
llves wlth negroes, Ihey have learned the
tacts. They have put away thelr fnncles
:mr ogden on democracy,
'. That was a flne Democratlc nddrcss
whlch Slr. Robert C. Ogden dellvered last
evenlng before the Conference for Edu?
catlon. Reduced to terms. Mr. Ogd-'n's
' address wns ,-i naddress on indlvlduiilistri,
nnd lndlvidualiam ls Democracy.
Indlvlduallsni ls tho characterlstlc of
this uge, ln s) ito of tho fact that this is
also an age of organization. All the great
raovements of the day are In the Interest
of the Indlvidual; jn tho Interest of In
ajvldual exallatlbn Tho great alm of
the church aa an orgai Izatlon is to pro
mote Indlvidual plety; i... grcal alm of
Democracy Is to pi im ...-. I protect ln
dlvldual llberty; tho gr. I nim of Ihe
tjouthorn Conference :-.i Educatlon atid
sf all true educatlonal Instltutloini !.- to
sducate the Indlvidual; hand and head
?nd hoart. And ao thlj confei ce artd
bll klndred organlzatlona are d n ? no
ble Borvloo ln the Interest of Democracy
tnd gaoj government.
'' When wo speak of ihe body polltic we
oiust remontber thut it la mado up 'f
Jhdlvlduala and that tho whole ennnot be
betti-r than Ita compo eut paria, lf we
nre to have a good Democratlc j. . rn
tneiit. wt, musi have ;. no lon o: - J
Petnocrats, ln a gdvernmcni llki our ,
ivhere the people rule, we must hnye an
pducated pe iple, lf we would have .-.
fcl go\ ei rimclit.
This educatlon must begln, of eourae,
with the chlld And so it La that ove y
chlid In the i ??; I tn isi ??- the con. ern
of nll tho ; ?:-. ? And a llttlo chlld
BUall lead then
THE liAiii.r. VBfiRy,
Richmond ha* I.o need of ?
great assenil I) hal : .:. rj,
wbere conventioiu rnaj . tvhere
fptertalnroents .:' ? .,i the
lika may be f\\ ? i '.; 11 e pr< ?? oi
large audlenct ? So ... enly wa .i
ffclt that aevt ral months i
atlves of varlous edu. i| ......
tior.y ln the .'.:..
mpvement to erect ?n
iug in RlchuiOli' Vai ?
cu?*ed. ?>'??! ???? -:??
to Mr. Andrew Cftme(rl? i i ur.| i wlth
(Uese organlzatlona apd crc-ct a
h could i a uaea foi ? puWlo
I i ? ?
M- C*niegi? .i- Utie4 to co-Pi
? .... -?.?, Y for Ihe buildinjf pould]
mlsed otherwlse, the plan had to beaban
In the meantlme. hewever, other gentle
men had other plahs In viow, and now It
la proposcd to have nn nudltorlum ln con
ncotlon wlth tha Bnttle Abbey, and we
aro delltihlod that the buildmj ls Well ln
Mr. Charles Brondwny Boups contrlb
uted durlng hls llfetlme JCO.000, to be used
In the constructlon of a_ Bnttle Abhoy,
nnd hlH reprosontntlves atn.nd ready to
rontrlbute $10,000 moro. mnktng $100,000 In
nll, on condltlon thnt nn eouitl amount be
rnlsed by the poncr.il publld. The Con
icdorate JMemorlal Assoclatton, a duly
chnrtered orgnnlsatlon, now hns In hnnd,
lncludlng the nmount pnid by Mr. Boubp,
nbout $103,000, and cltizcr.a of Bichmond
nppenrcd beforo tho Flnanco Commlttee
of the Councll on Tuosdny nlght nnd urged
thnt that body gnnrnnleo tho $50,000 noeVb
fui to tnke up tbe entlre aum. After
henrlng the argument the commlttee
promptly nnd checrfully voted for tho
nppropriatlOri, and there la every reasnn
to believe thnt 'lt wlll carry by prnctlcnlly
n. unnnlmous voto ln tho Councll and
Board of Aldcrmen.
And ao It nppcars that rvfter all these
years of wnltlng Bichmond Is to have
one of tho grnndest nnd most intcrestlng
buildlngs In the entlre South, n bulldltfg
whlch wlll bo devoted to tho prcservatlon
nnd exhibltlon of aacrrd Confoderato rol
lcs nnd to art nnd to the publlc Intoreat.
We prcdlct thnt thls bulldlug wlll be a
railylng place for nll thn eilucatlonnl or
gnnlzatlons of the clty, nnd wlll he a sort
of educatlonal center, from whlch good
nnd cnnobllng itillucuccs wlll rndinte. Wo
prcdlct. alao thnt lt will be tbe menns
ot brlnging to Bichmond mnny lnrge con
vcntlohs; nnd in that way wlll bo nn Im?
portant fnctor In our commcrclal llfo. The
votlng of thla approprlatlon by the Coun?
cll nnd Board of Aldermcn wlll mark nn
Important epoch In the hlstory of Bich?
t ANOTHER RICHMOND.
We ohservo tliat Wllllam B. Ilcnrst,
odito'r of. tho Now York American, who
Is sald to have I'rcsldcntial njsplratlons,
hns begun nn actlon ngalnst certaln coal
cnrrylng rallroads, whlch, he alleges, aro
vlbialing tho lnterstato commerco law.
We tako It thnt Mr. Ilcnrst, who has al?
ways had a scent for somethlng populnr,
Is undertnktng in thls actlon to clrcum
vent Pre?lilcJit Rcosovelt, who haa also
been mnktng war on tho trusts. lt la nn
intercsting contest, to be sure, and in tho
languago of the sporting book, "May the
best man wln."
ln thls conncctlon we note wlth intcrest
nn artlclo ln tho New York Evening Post
on the declslon of Judgo Sanborn, of the
Unlted States Clrcult Court of Appcnla,
ln thc Northern Securitles case. The Bost
stiys that tho Injunctlon of April 9th for
bado the Northern Socurittoa Company to
do four thlnga. It wns restrained (1)
fiom ncqulrlng moro stock of tho Nortli
cn Paciflc or Grent Northern Companies;
(2) from votlng Its presont stock holdlngs
nt any meetlng of thoso companlfs; (3)
from "exerclslng or nttomptlng to exor
clso any controi, dlrcction or supervlsion
of influence over tho ncts of snid com?
panies," and (!) from rccelving any div
Icler.ds on Its Northern Paciflc or Great
"Tho fourth of these lnhlbltlons," it
adds, "is now rcmoved, but not tho oth?
ers. It tlicrefore follows that the North?
ern Securitles Company ls no longer n
lcgal fnctor In thc situntion, except os n
slmplo lnvcslment concern."
But does our contem'porary hold thnt
us a "slmplo investment. ocnoern" the
Northern Securitles Cprppany is a. lawful
corporatlon, Does the Kvenlng Post hold
that sucli a concern mny lawfully hold
a majorlty of thp stoek of tho two rnll
ronds ln lnterest, nnd collect tho dtvl
der.ds thoreon, nnd yet may not lawfully
vote Its atock In n meetlng of stockhold
crs? Shnll ono aet or stockholders bo
dcnled rights thnt nre oxorcisod by nnoth
er set of stockholders of tho snmo class
If lt ls lawful for the Northern Securi?
tles Compnny to possoas shnres |n thes
rallroad cprporatlons, Is lt not cntltlcd
to enjoy nll tho rlgbts of posscsslon?
,WHAT ARE WE HERE FOR?'
Sevornl dnys ago, ln reply to n polltn
question from our estecmed rontempo
rary, thc Wlnslnn (N. C.) Sentlnel, con
oeriilng nn edltorlnl pnrngrnph In Tlie
Tlniea-Dlapatoh requestlng employment
for a boy, wo explnlnrd how nnd wby
we hnd taken a pecullar lnterest in thls
lnd, nnd hnd aucccodcd In flndlng n posl
tlop for blin, conoludlngv. by aaltlng,
?'What nre wo edltora here for nnywuy?"
Thc Sentlnel says:
"We tlinnk our estecmed Bichmond
contetnporary for thla Informatlon, nnd
d.'slre to aay thnt we nro glad thnt the
boy hns aecured n pnsition. Wn felt snro
that he would get one ns a result of Tho
"The caae ls prQtty much of tho klnd
that we thought H wns, nnd though wn
(11.1 noi my ho nt tbe tlme, wo grently
admlred tho aplrll thnt prompted Tho
Tlmea-DInpnteh tn glve edltorlnl spaeo
to :? .?:?. .i worthy causo,
",\\ 1 nt nre we edltora here for, nny
? way?'1 To p'lnt tbe mmvh, to express
our oplnlon on mnny aubjocts of mo
i mon!.. and leiHi our fel|owm?n a beiping
11 .,? ,i wheneyer we hnva tbe opportunlty,"
I lill'ery liewapnpef I? nn opportunlty, nnd
every edlinr |a roaponslbln for tho innnner
i ln yvhlcli ho icr-i |)|g opportunlty for good
i <?!? for evll, Tlio flrat duty of n nows
i paper, of rr.urue, Is to prlllt the newi,
i ? tl ? t, ?? Uum Ihrousli whlch Inteip.
; ? ? ? oyed to itn re&ders1; its next
duty lu to proclalm ihose prlnclplea nnd
? Ihose nioasurea whlch tend to
| pron "'- ? ptire government nnd publlq
I uiorali i : o Iditjon to all tliis. it la its
I duty to liii'! n lielplng ham'! to nll Inud&V
. ble enterpii ei, and ns far ns practlcabJa
? tO ti." n am! Wopi ln ln dlBtre$8, The news.
' paper whloh purauea thla courao may be
, ne under tlio provldence of God a pub
i ilc blet - ???
? I.: ci i ao ^ilid would rc
verse its eonclustons. the Genernl's pnth
wn.y Into the Motrnpolltnn Club mlffht te
mnde plnln nnd easy.
lt Is belloved thnt tho p.ctlon of the
Board of (iovornors of tho Metropolltan
Club, hostllo to Getiernl Corbln, ls nn
outgrowth of tho old qunrrel between thnt
favorrd functloiinry nnd General Mlles.
The North Gorman stoamshlp Kalsef
Wllhclm II.. whlch nrrived at New York
Tuesday, Is of greater length thnn the
Great Eastern wns, but it ls a tnfle
shorter than tho Celtlc, nnd Oceanlc nnd
Is nearly 40 feet shorter thnn tho new
Cunnrder Is to be. The Inst-nnmed wlll
mo'asuro 730 feet. The Ralser Wlll.elm
II. oost $2,800,000 nnd Its speed ls between,
24 and 35 knots nn hour. .
/ Centennln1s~dnn't count In Rome. They
have Just celebrated ln a qulet and In
formal way lts 2.6oGth annlversary of the
foundlng of that clty. Thero probably
wlll be blg dolngs on the three thou
Slr. W.'Ic7~Vnndorbllt says he dnes not
know anythlng nbout tho rumor thnt ho
la Boon to he married ngnin. Mayhe not,
but tho nowspnpers hnvo nrrnnced the
whole thlng nnd It is qulte certuin to tnlie
plncn, So, there ls nothlng for Slr. Van?
derbllt to do. but to submlt and pay the
Very dlllg^nt"eff^rti nro belng made by
tho Admlnlstratlon peoplo to patch up
a truco In New York pollllcs between
Senntor Platt and Governor Odcll. It Is
fenrod thnt linless that bo dono, tho
hreeeh wlll wlden nnd may lnso tho Slnte
to tho Repuhllcan paj-ty^rWt^yenr.
Those ladles; and =" gentlemen from the
froZen North who nro In nttendance upon
tho educatlonal conference need not thlnk
this beautlful sprlng weathor was put
up for thelr speclal bencflt. Wo have lt
this way every j-oar Just about this tlmo.
Over In tho~good old Stnfo of North
Carollna. tho towns and citles aro Just
now havlntr somo of tho llvellest munl
cipal campnlgns that over came down tho
Norfolk, Portsmouth, Newport News
nnd, indoed, nll of Tldewnter Vlrglnla wlll
bo hero to-day, nnd tho llfo of n Stnte
Senntor wlll bo a long dream of hor
A "West Vlrglnla postrnasler who hnd
been In servico forty-seven years. re
elgncd tho other day, nnd he Isn't dcad
The town of CTaremont ls progresslng.
It Is too soon to have a cannlng factory,
a wagon factory and a local optlon elec?
Tho Newport News Police Court dock
ot would seem to indlc.nte that tho carnl
val attrnctcd qulte a lot of faklra to tho
Mr. IngalfTsays tlie Dcmocrats In Ohlo
liavo too many lenders. In proportlon to
tho number of followors, lt would seem
Judge Thayer's far-rcachlng nnti-merger
decislon dnea not seem to have rcaohod
the consclenco of the beef merging folks
to nny appetlzlng extcnt.
Edueators can get somo more educatlon
ns they go nlong, on the nogro questlon,
"This ls Jimtown Day" ln the Vlrglnla
Tlro edueators havo tho lloor, and they
know how to make good uso of It.
The seosnn when open car nnd rTRhted
clgnr Joyously rhynio, ls near at hand.
Personal and General.
Androw Carnegle spbke nt the Colonlil
Club, New York, nt nbnnquet glven last
nlght to Horace White. Other leadlng
speakers wero Cnrl Schurz, Bdmund
Claronce Stedman nnd Wllllam Wlnter.
When General Ludlngton retlred from
tho Quartermaster.'s Department several
days ngo, he recelved from the olTlccis
who served under hlm a beautlful gold
and sliver londng cup.
James G. Stewart, who wns Abroliam
LIncoln's onici.-ii photographer, is stlll
llving ln Bloomlngton, 111., and owns one
the largest collectlon of Llncoln photo
Charles T. Tnylor, Mayor-olect of
Mankatp, M'nn., ls tho beaviost chlef oxe
utlve nf any clty In tho Unlted States.
lle wolghs 40.1 pounds. but is as nlmblo ns
n kltten, nnd ono of the fnstest pedes
trlans ln tho clty. llo is a Democrat of
tlio strlctest sort.
Fanny Ilerrtng, tne nctress who ehnrm
[| the audlences of the old Howory
Thqatro thlrty or forty years ngo, cele?
brated her soventy-flrsl blrthday recent
ly. After nearly flrty years on the stngo
ho retlred to her farm ln ConneetI?ut,
whero she now llves lu the best of health.
Itov. Alnyslus M. Plakely, of tho Pas
alonlst Patll'era of New Vork, has ob
talned permissloii to return tn Rulgnria
tn cnntliute hls mlsslonnry work, whlch
tho persecutlon by the Turks luterJUpted
several years ago.
North Carolina Sentltnent.
The Wllniington Stnr ?nys:
It la well that Hrnntor Hannn, an em
ployer of lnbor, enmes to the defonso of
organlzed lnbor, for such rnhld nttnrks
as that by Prealdent Parry do harm nnd
wlden whatover broarh thero may bo be?
tween oapltal nnd lahor, when the most
thoughtfui nnd conseryatlvo mon of tho ,
country are trylng to brlng thcin closer
The Wllmlngton Moasenger offers this
hlnt (o tbo Presldent:
lf Presldent Ullot Wlll not creatc the
deslrod n-noancy for Mr. Ronsevell, por?
hapa Ropker T. Washington may be found
... lf more ncomniodatlng. Wo should
thlnk Mr. Rooaevell would ns llef he
prealdent nf Tuakegoe as t,t iinrvnrd.
There la certalnly mofa opportunlty for
holdlng open door of impe to polltical
and aocla) prefermeni for tho eolored
brother and alster ln this posltlon thnn ln
that of prealdent of the northern unlver
The Chaiiotte Observor throwa bouquet*
to Its frlenda and nelijhbors thus:
The State. has been liouored ln hav?
lng witiiiu it? bordera for several <!.aya
pist (he fair young daughter >,t nio
preald ni of lha Unlted State*, Mlsa.
.Allee Rooaeyell, who has b*on a Buast
at 13l|tmor? House, Mlsa Roosovelt la
n charu Ing young womnn, unapolled by
the pralalng nmi pottlng that hlvvo been
lavlshed upon her, cultured, versatllo,
vivaclous, and onjoylng ilfe lo tho tull,
aiid W( Bl'e glad that onr good nuighbora,
Mr and Mr*. Ocorge \V, Vanderbllt,
haye been able to glve her auch a good
lini.- all she aeerrn iu have had. at thelr
BY MARY GHOLMONDELEYS.
(By Speclal Arrnngetnent wlth Ilnrper (k Bro.)
I soon percelved that Charles wna on the
snmo nmlcnblo torms wlth hla fathcrj
thnt they rnroly spoke; nnd thnt it wns
evldentiy only wlth a Vlew to keeplng up
nppcnrnnces that ho wns ovor Invltod to
the pntcrnnl roof nt nll. Between the
brothors, howover, ln ppltn of so much
to ostrango them, a certaln klndllnoss
ot fecllng seemed to exlst, whlch wns
hardly to hwye been expected undor the
Thn rehenrsal now hegnn, nnd Slr
(leorgo Danvers, who lind remnlned be*
hlnd to put by the Jowels nnd lock them
up In hls strong box nnmng hls papera,
cnme nnd sat down by me, ngnln thnnk
Ing me for tnklng chnrge of them, though
T assured hlm It had been very llttle'
"Not much trouble, perhaps, but a
gre.it responslblllty," he snld, cottrte- j
"A roldler, Rir Oeorge," I repllefl, wlth
n. sllght smlle, "becomes cnrly Inured to
thn gravest responslblllty. It Is tho nlr
we brorithej It Is taken ns n nintter of
lie looked koenly nt me. ind wns p'lent.
ns If conslderlng soniethlng?perhnps
what I hnd sald.
1 wns dellglited to flnd the play wns
ono of thoso whlch T hnd sren ncted
durlng our pn,ssage home. Tliera Is no
thlng I llko so much ns knowlng n plny
lieforehnnd, because then one c.in nlwnyn
whlsper tn nno's compnnlon wh.it Is com
Ing next. Tho stngc, wlth nll Its ndjust
nients, hnd been crtrofully nrrnngod, tho
footlighta wero lighted, tho pleco begnn
All went well tlll jiearly tho end of tho
fivst nct, when thorn was a cry bchlnd
tho sccnes of "Mr. Denls!" Mr.
Denls should have rushed on, but Mr.
Donts dld not rush on. The plny stopped.
.Mr. Denls was not ln the llbrnr'y, tho
Improvlscd green-room; Mr. Penht dld not
appenr whon hls namo waa called ln
stentorinn tonos by Bnlpb. or In pnthotlo
falsetto by Charles. In short, Mr. Ponla
wns not forthcomlng. A n.sh upstalrs on
tho pirt of most. of thn young mon
brought to llght tho awful fact that Mr.
Denls had retired to hls ohnmbo.r, a prey
to aitddcn and ncute Indlapnslllon.
"Dcar me!" aaid Charles to Dady Mnry,
wlth n dlsmnl'shako of hls hoad, "how
precarlous 1b llfcl Ilero to-dny, nnd ln
bod to-morrow. Support. your Atlnt Mary;
my donr Evolyn'; she wishos to rotlro to
rest. Indeed, wo may ns well all go to
bed, for thero will bo no moro actlng to
nlght wlthout poor Denls. I only trust
he may bo spared to us till to-morrow,
nnd that he may bo wel! enough to ale
by my hand to-morrow even'ing.'!
We all dlspersed for thc nlght ln snmo
anxlety., Tho plny oould nnt' proeced'
wlthout Mr. Denls, who took an Impor?
tant p.irt: and Slr Georgo ruefullv ln
formcrl me that nll the nelghborlng
houses had been fllled for these theatrl
cals, nnd that great numbers ot pooplo
wero expected. There was to be dnnclng
afterwnrd. but tne prlnolpnl fe.iture of
tlie ctitortalnmont wns the plny. We nll
retired to rost. ferventlv hoplng ffint tho
heallb of Mr. Denls rnight be reslored by
tlio followlng morning.
But r.ir from"belng better thn followlng
morning. Denls wns much worse. Chnrl-s
who hnd aat up moat of tho nlght with
him, nnd wno cnme down to brenlcfaat
moro cool aiid IrioMfferent than over, at
once extinguishe'd any hope thnt stlll tc
mnlned that he would be nhlo to tako hls
part that nlghl.
Great wns tho consternntlon of tho
wholo party. A vaguo foollng of resont
ment agalnat Denls prevnllod nmong tho
womanklnd. who, having all prosorved
thelr own hcalths lntact for the occ.-i
slon (nnd each by her own nccount wns
a chronlc Invalld), felt It wns extremely
Inconslderato, nnt, to sny Indellcate, of
"a grent mnn llko hlm," to spoll every
thlng by belng laid up nt the wrong mo
But what wns to bo done? Denl3 was
III. nnd wlthout Denls tho plny could
not proeeod. Muat tlie whole thlng be
glven up? There wns a genernl ohnrua
"I see no nlternntive." sald Charles,
Vunlcss some Curtlus wlll leap Into tho
gulf, nnd go through thn plece, rendlng
the part; nnd thnt is always a falluro at
the best of tlroea."
At that tlmo I had nn Idei. It broko
upon me llko a ftash of llghtnlng. Vnl
entine Carr! 1 had seen hlm act tho
very pnrt on tlie sieamor. How wondor
fully fortunato thnt lt should havo oo
curred to me.
1 told Charles that I hnd a frlend who
hnd acted thnt pnrt only the week bo
"You!" crled Charles, loslng nll hla
cu'stomnry apathy. "You don't sny so.
Great TTcivens, where Is ho? Out with
hlm! Where Is lie nt thls mome.it? Eng
l.-md, Irelnnd, Scotland or Wnles? Whero
is thls tl'oaauro cnncenled?"
"Oll. Colonel Mldrlleton! Oh, how do
jlghtfull" crled a numbor of gentln
voices, nnd I wns instantly surrounded,
nnd nll manner of questlons put to me.
Would ho come? Wns ho tall? And oh!
hnd he a beard? He bad not a board,
had he? because it would not do for tho
part. Dld he act well? When had he
ncted? Whero lnd ho ncted?
Slr Oeorf:e Interrupted tho torrent of
"Do you thlnk he would come?' ho ask?
"I pm almost suro bo would," I sald,
"he ls a grent frlend of mlne."
"It would bo nn exceedlniTly good-nn
tu'red nnd friendly nct," sald Slr Georgo,
"Charles?no, r mean Bnlpb?brlng a tol
egraph form, and lf you wIR wrlto n tel?
egrnm nt once, M'ddleton, I wlll send it
to the Btntlon dlrectly, Wo shnll havo nn
,iv wor bv 12 o'clock, nnd untll then we
wll] not glve up nll hope. though, of
course. we muat not count on yonr
frlend belng nble lo come at such shoit
The telegrnm was wrltten nnd dlspalch
od, Carr having glven mo nn nddreaj,
where lottors would nnd hlm, though ho
imld he dhl nnl put up thoro. I slncernly
hoped he would not bo out of the way nn
thls occaalon, nnd I wns not n lltlln
pleaaed when, a few hours l.-tter, I ro
celved n telegrnm In reply, snylng tlint
he would come, nnd should nrrlve by the
afternoon trnln, whlch hod brought ino
tlie day beforo.
The aplrlta of the. whole pnrty rcvlved.
I (as ls often tha cnae) wns ln hlgh fn
vor Wlth nll. ICven poor Donls, who hnd
been very innch dopressed, wns auffi
clently rellevM bv tho riews, so Charles
sald, lo amllo ovor hls beef toii Iwndy
Mary, who nppoared at lunohoon tlmo,
treated ino wlth ninrkod cbnslderatlon.
I hnd already laid them undor nn nbll
gatloi,, nho aald, craciously by undertnk*
llig the care nf the jowels, nnd now they
wero Indebtod lo mo a second tlme. Wns
Mr. Carr one of l.ord Bnrrnnlyne'H aona,
or wns he on- of tho Crrunpshlro Cnrra?
Bhe had known I.ady Cnrollno Cnrr ln
her vouth. but bad not mc-t !ier of Into
yaora, She aeomod surprlsed when I told
her that Carr was an Ameiicnn, und he
??tnli, I could Hee at 01100 ,n her ostimti
ttmi.' put bIip waa klnd nnousrh lo sny
ih.it nho a i not a person who wns pro
(udlecd In ony way by a mnn's nntlonnl
tty, nnd thai she lolloved that very re
Bpectablo peoplo mlght bo found among
Tlio da>.led in the M?ual propara^
tb.n" for e. ? ntoi tnlninent. If I W'lit
Into the hall I wa? aiire to run n>;ilnst
gardenora carrvlng in qunntltlea of iiot
, house phiuti. wlth whlch tho front of the
ntngo wns being hklden from the foot
llghts to the lloor; if I wnndcrod Inio the
llhrary I lnterriiptod Aurella and Rnlph
rehenrslrig thelr parts nlone, wlth thelr
heads closo togethor; If I hnstlly wlth
drew Into tho morning room, It wns only
to flr.d Chnrles upon hls kneos, linltig
Evelyn to Immcdlnto fllght, In soul-ln
splrlng accents, beforo an ndmlrlng nudl
onco of not unenvious. young lndyhood.
"Now, Evelyn, 1 nsk yoir ns a favor,"
pald Chnrles, ns I cnmo In, movlng to?
ward hor on hls knoes, "wlll you come
a llttlo closer whcn I am down? I don't
mlnd wearing out my knees the lenst ln
a good causo; but I owe lt to myself, as
n wlcked baron ln hlred tlghts, not to
cross the stoge in thnt posltlon. Any !m
presslon I make wlll be qulto lost lf I
do; oiul uiiless you keep closer, I shnll
nover bo ablo to reaoh your hand and
clnsp It to a heart at lenst two yarde
away. Now," rlslng nnd crosslng over
to tho other eldo, "I shall begln agaln.
"Ahl but my noul's ndored-"
"Is Mlddloton hero?" osked a volco In
tho doorway. It wns Slr George IJnn
vers who hnd put hlB hoad into tho room,
and I went to hlm.
"I say, Mlddloton," ho begnn, twIrllnR
hls StlcK, nnd looklng rathor nnnoyod,
"It ls excesslvely provoklng. I nover
thought of It beforo^ but I llnd thero Is
not a bed ln the houso. Every cranny
>i ?? beon fllled. It never oecurrod to mo
that wo hnd not a room for your frlend.
now thnt ho Is klnd enough to come. And
lt looks so rudc, when lt ls so exoee.l
ingly good-nntured of hlm to como ut
"Oh, dearl nnywhore wlll do." I-sal<1.
"Thero ls not even ronm for Ralph
In tho house," contlnued Slr George. "I
havo" put hlm up at tho lodge," polntlr.g
to n small houso nt tho ond of the dtlve.
near tho great entranco gates. "There
Is another nlre llttln room leading out nf
his," ho ndded, hesltntlng?"but, really,
I don't llko to siiggcst-" ?"_'.?'?',
"Oh! thnt wlll do perfeclly," I broke
In "Carr is not tho sort of fcllnw tn
caro a straw how he is put up. He wlll
be qulto content nnywhore."
"Come nnd see lt." he snld. lcndlng
the way out of doors. "I would have
turned "out Charles in a moment. nnd
glven Carr hls ronm: but Donla ls roatfy
rother 111, nnd Chnrles sces to hlm, na
he ls next dooT."
I could not help saying how muon I
llked Charles. ..
"Strangcrs always do, he rer1led. cold
ly ns wo wnlked townrd the lodge. I
cnnstnntly hcnr hlm spoken of ns a most
agreoable young man."
"And ho ls so hnndsome.
"Yes." replled Slr George. in the samo
hnrd tone; "hnndsome nnd n^h}'^-J.
havo no doubt he nppenrs so to ""^f'
but I, who hnve bad to pay the debts
nnd hiish up the soandals of_my hand
snmo nnd agreonble son. flnd Ralnh._who
has not a featuro In his face, tho hcs -
Innklng of tho two. T know Chnrles ib
head over cars ln debt at ^1s,"1omen1V
but"?wltri Hitdden vi<Tbnony- he wlll
not get another fnrthlng from me. It ls
pourlng wnter into a siove."
"Ralph ls mnrrylng a sweetly pretty
creature," I snld, wlth warmth, dcslrous
of ehnnglng tho subject.
"Yes, she is very pretty," paid filr
George, wlth cnthusinsm. "But I wlsh
sho bad belongcd to one of our country
fnmlllcs. It Is nothlng in the way of con
nectlon. She has no relatlnns to spenk of
?ono uncle livlng ln Austrnlla, nnd an?
other, whom sho goes to on Salurday, in
Ireland. Thero soems to be no money.
elther. It ls Lady Mnry's dolngs. She
tnnk a fnncy to her abrnad; and, to sny
the truth, I dld not wlsh tn object. for
nt ono tlmo there soemed tn be an attrac
tlon beween Ralph nnd hls cousln, Eve?
lyn Derrlck, whlch hls nunt and I were
both glad to thlnk hnd passed over. I
do not npprovo of mnrrlnges between
Wo had rcnchnd the lodge by this time.
and I wns shown a tidy llttln room leart
!rg out of tho one Rnlph was occupylng.
ln whlch I assured Slr George that Carr
would bo pcrfectly comfortable. much to
tho eourtoous old gentlemnn's Tollef.
though I could see thnt he was evldently
annoyed. at not belng ablo to put hlm
up ln tho house.
Tn the nfternoon. townrd n o'elnek,
Carr nrrived. T went into tho hnll to
meet hlm and to brlng hlm Into the
drawlng ronm myself. Just as we cnmo
ln, nnd while I wns Intrndtielng hlm to
Slr George, Rnlph nnd Atirelin, who wero
sittlng together ns usunl, startcd a
"Oh, my!" said Rnlph, suddnnly.
"It Is nll your fnult. You Jnggefl my
elbnw," came Aurelln's qulck rejolnder.
"Sr.v denrest lovo, I dld not," returned
Ralph, nn hls knees, pockot-handkcrchlef
It nppenred thnt between them they
had mnnaged to trnnsfor Aurelln's tea
from her cup to the front of her dresn.
"You dld; you know you dld," sho said.
evldently ready to ery wlth vexntlon.
"I wns Just golng to drlnk, nnd you had
your nrms round tho back of my?"
"Hush, Aurella, I heg," expoatitlnted
Charles. "Aunt SInry and I aro becomlng
embnrrnssed. It Is not neoossnry to nn
ter Into partlculnrs ns to tho exact local
Ity of Rnlph's arm."
"Round tho bnck of my cbalr," poute.l
"It's nll rlght. Aunt Mary," cnlle.l
Chnrles, cheerfiilly, to thnt lndy, "Only
tho bnck of hnr chnlr, We tnolc illarm
unnbcesaarlly. Just ns lt should bo, I
hnvo done the samo niyself?wlth n fllf
"ITo Is nlwnys dolng It," contlnued
Aurella, unmolllfled. "I havo told hlm
abnut lt before. Ile mado mo drop n
plero of broad nnd butter on tho otrpot
"T nto It afterward," humbly suggested
Ralph, stlll on hls kheoa, "and thero wero
hairs on it. Thero wero, Indeed, Aurolla."
"And now It ls my ten-gown," contlnued
Aurella, glvlng way to tho proftleat llttln
outburst of temper lmaglnnblo. "I wlsh
you would get up nnd go away, Rnlph,
nnd not como back. You nro only mnk
lpg lt worso by rubblng It. ln thnt sllly
vvny, wltli your wot handkorchlof.'1
MlTero ls nnotjtor." said Charles,
snatchlng up Lady Mary's dellcnte cnm
fc'r-ln ono, wlitrli wae lying on her work
table, whlle I wns ln tho act nf lntroduc
Ing Carr to hor; nnd before that lady's
politeness to Carr would nllnw hor to
turn from hlm to oxpostulato, Chnrles
wns jjn hls knoes hofnro Rnlph, wlplng
tho offendlng staln.
"'Out, dnmned spnt!' or ratber, serlo.s
of spots. What, Aurella? You dnn't
wls.ii It rubbed any more? Good. I wlll
turn my nttentlon to tho Au.bussnn ear
pet. ir.i! trlumph! Here nt. lenst 1 nm
successful, Aunt Mary, you havo no
poncoptlon how useful your hondkerchlef
ls. Tlio amount of tea or dlrt, ov both,
whlch Is leavlriR tho cnrpot nnd taking
refuge ln your llttlo square, of cambrlo
wlll surprlso you whcn you sen lt. Ah?"
rlslng from hls knees as I b.ought vip
Carr. havlng by this time presented hlm
to Slr George. "Very bnppy to see you,
Mr. Carr, Most klnd of you to como.
Evelyn, nre you pourlng out somo tea for
Mr. Carr? Nature requires Buppori be?
foro a last rchonrsnl. May I Intrn.luce
you tn my cousln, Miss Perrlok?"
(To bo Contlnued To-morrow.)
March 17?Troes began to leaf.
April 23-Kavcn't left yot.
? * *
We nre ao glnd tho hnrblngora of sprlng
aro eomlng In on tho tralna, and It m.lkc3
us feel gay, beeauso wo bought $13.1,0
worth of hats for sprlng, and we want
to aeo tl.oin woro.
Tho flrst thlng we know, apvlng wlll be
gono, and tho hats wul bo out of dato,
and that $43.60 that '-e owe for the hats
wlll bo In tho hlff.-t grass.
But when wo eoo FtoJ Jurgona' wln
dows full of Ico-coolers, nnd algns out
about tho annds at Ocean Vlew, and the
board wnlk at West Polnt, and butter
mllk on Klrkwood's blll of faro, wo feel
Indeed that tho hnrblngora nre eomlng ln.
Therofore, wo have hopos that cre the
thundor-storms of July nnnounce them
selvns nnd bofora tho llghtnlng's flash
drlvos us to the coal bln In tho cellar,
the daffodlls and the sunshlna of sprlng
wlU como to our reacuo ao wo mny get
aome boneilt from that forty-thrco and a
? ? ?
Tt ir.ust not bo underatood that Mr. C.
Snlvator, tho omlnont actor, who nppear
ed In our splendld melodrnma at Dond
cr Hall, la a sclon of tho Salvinl family.
Thoy are not in tho aamo class.
Mr. Snlvator la a rlslng alnr.
Mr\ Snlvlnl ls a fallen atnr.
We do not thlnk the peoplo who saw
the plny nppreclated lt ns much na they
should have dono, or nn much na wo dld.
It took us scvornl months to wrlte that
plny. We spent alcepleas nlglits and
wnklng days nn4 hnd to study tho so
ciologlcnl condltlon of varloua countrloa
beforo wo could flx upon a charnclor that
would nult Snlvator.
Anyhow, wo expect to see hlm hlgh up
Klther on a 1amp-post or a tree, or
maybo a tolegraph pole.
? ?? ? ?
Now comes tho tlmo when Bweotliewta
stroll about among the vordant mnzes nt
Besorvnlr Park and Monron Square nnd
Joffcraon Park, and other plncea.
And Blversldo Parkl
Whlch leads us up to. tho polnt of 1n
dlgnatlon, when wo nrlso nnd nsk Mr1.
Loe Pctcrs nnd Mr. Boubon Burton what
Is tho renson becrluso7
Why hnsn't Blvorsldo Pnrk got some
more grnsfl nnd some bonches?
And whern la that moon thnt wo have
been promlaod so long?
How can we go out Plne Street and
slt on the sidoc of the hlll wlth her at
our aldo, wlth whlte panta on, whlle
there aro no bonches there.
Wo must have somo graas nnd henrOies
nnd a moon, nnd If we don't get them
wo know what w?'ll do on clection day.
? ? *
Tho daya may come and tho dnya may
But pny-day comes 'round mighty slow.
? ? ?
We wlsh to cnll to tho attcntlon of
Mr. Bostock tho fnct that we have not
yot received that monkoy that ho
promlsed to glve us.
Wo aro In neod of a monkoy.
We havo some whlte rata and a rab
blt nnd two amall analcos and wo havo
a door'B antlors.
Now all wo want to complete our col
lectlon la a monkey.
We havo a good collectlon of peanuts
A FEW FOREIGN FACT5.
Fanny Bullnck Workmnn, tho American
geogrnpher, lecturer and mountnJn cllmb.
er, hns engaged tho Mountalneora I^orenz
and Savoye, who accompnnlcd the polnr
expedltlon of the Duke of Abruzzi, to aa
aist her in a-sr;endlng tho Hlmalayas.
Dr, J. W. Wauch, of I^ucknow, Indla,
who' wns tho flrst Methodlat mlnlster
from Ohio to go ns as mlsslonnry to In
dln forty-four years ago, la still ln tho
work und enjoylng good heaHh.
The Duke of Parma is rlchor In the pos
sesslon of chlldren thari any other hen*1
of nn emlnent family. Thls last child
is tho nlnotoenth, nnd what la more sur
prlslng ls thnt nll Uio nlnetcen branches
of tho houso of Parma aro allvo. Tho
Duke has marrled twico.
The Dowager Qneen of Spnln nnd her
daughter perfume thoir hair with a Span
Ish extract thnt Is very much llko roFe,
nnd they uso it not cautlously but bold
Tho Quecn of Portugnl aconta her hair
nnd her benuly is grently set off by thls
act. She .usea carnatlon plnk, nnd her
hnir 1h brllllantly ovoly with gloss nnd
attractlvo wlth scent.
The grrave of Attlla has Just been dls
envored, a pcnsnnt nt Drauthal having
jusf lnld opon the lnst restlng place of
tha flerco Klng of tho Ifuns. A commis?
sion Is tOv.be sent from Vlenna to ex
nmlno tho grnvo. Accordlng to history,
Ihe conqueror dled ln" 453 nfter n drunk
t-n orgy, to celebrate hls ninrrlngo wlth
tho beautlful Ildlco, but nll tnico of hls
grnve was lost, Ho wns Intorrod In three
cofflns ono of gold, ono of allvcr, and
ono of lrnn. The alavos who dug the
grnve wero immedlately put to denth
thnt tho Becrot o ft ehspot chosor mlght
Bishop Penick Addresses nn Open Let
ter to the Delegates.
Edltor ot Tho Tlmea-Dlapatch!
Slr,?The near npproacli of "Tho Confer?
enco for Education In tho South" forces
me to urgo upon the consldoratlon of nll
cc-iicnrnod tho Imiiortnnco of aomo nctlon
nlong tho llno hercln aet forth. Plfteon
yenrs ngo they were presented to a meet?
lng of "The LrOUlavllle Chnpter of Con?
foderato VetorntiK," nnd nt that tlme re?
ceived commendntlon from Bomo of tlio
wisest educators in thnt aoction. i'et the
tlmo wns not rlpe for nctlon puttlng
them Into effect, nor could thnt body then
tako Biich nctlon. Slnco tlien your own
orgsmlzatlon has sprung Into Ilfe, whoso
very nnturo and splrlt flt It Mr taklng
up thla mnttor, siftlng It to its bottom,
and if found to embody tho country's nnd
agu's neod, to press It an hnrd and hlgh
Into auccesa na posslble. The plnn grew
out of conaldorlng the lltteat monuments
for our grent deud. As clinlrnian of a
commlttoo tn Investlgnte thls subject, I
found "11 over tho South n tendency to
build cos.ly monuments of brass. Iron or
miublo, a.iiid the crylng noed of the chil
dren of our heroes nnd thoir comrades.
Wliile tho nuiHs of thoso chlldron were
threatoncd with dcgrndntlon, aqualor and
Blnvety by tho Inveslon of tho armies of
sjnewd nnd henrtlcaa men of greod, who,
by virtuo of their money and gunerior
teohnteal educntlon, could gather to and
for thcmsclves the vnst, undeveloped re
sourcea of tbe Southland, nnd wlth need'a
goro and hunger'a lash drlvo our chlldren
llko gnlley alnves to tho tnaks of devel
oplng tho same, nt the c.oat of thoir bodlea,
minda, llbortles, hopes and aouls. 1 saw
the ntroclty in Itii inclplency nnd lt stlrred
my gouj into bltlcr und neroo rescntinent
?n. rescntinent that inudo all wlthin me
cry for a remedy?the sureat, strongest,
swlftcat and almpleat ln Its uctlon pos
slblo. To tliia cry waa horn the followlng
conceptlons. I felt nnd know It but deop
ened the degrndntlon and liumillntion of
our heroes' chlldren to drlve them daily
thiough tbe shadows of thelr great an
cfBtora' monuments to the gnlllng, grlnd
Ing. dwarllng. witherlng slavery U Ujk
hcartiess hordes of "brlck-kltlers' ano
fastenlng grlndlng shames and shacklsst,
And I falrly came to hate tho mockery
of forclng the statuos of our noble doad
to look helplessly down on thelr ohlldron'i
dcpradfttlon and doom, and I crled aloud
bltterly nnd long for memorlnla that
cculd and jwould dofy tho dogrndatlon nnd
redeom tho doomed llttlo ones, ns these
lienrtlees, sonlless statues of Iron, brass
nnd atono could not. And th? questlon
kept comlng: Ilow cnn we glvo the chll?
dren a show and glrd them to win the
flght, to tho honor of our nncestral name,
tho freedom of thelr own and thelr off
sprlng's souls, the checklng of these
dnmons of greed nnd tho glory of humnn
Ity? Then this plan roso up out of tho
confuslon nnd darkness, nnd ntood before
me clear nnd strong and hopcftil ond pos
slblo. Let us bulld memoiinl schools ln
st.end of dumb, helpleaa statucs nnd mon
uments, Lot us bulld one auch school In
every county of tho Southlnnd, and make
thcpo Just ns full and wIro nnd complete
ns It Is posslblo to do wlth the resources
nltnlnable, nnd add to thelr fltness from
t'.me to tlmo ns mcanfl nnd noeds order.
Found every such school so ns to meet
tho nceds and develop tho resourcps ex
Istlng ln lts rcglon. nnd I would ever kcep
nn army of sclentlflc scottts necklng out
nnd rrporting tho posRlhllltle* of thnt
communlty and the hindrnncen from theRe
posslbllltles. and bo teach Ihe comlng gen
erntlon how to thrnw off ths fotters nnd
shnckleu of thn past, see, grnap nnd weave
Into hlghest fnrniR of buccobr tho thlngs
Ond put nbout them, whlch nro crylng for
hlghnr oso nnd nobler Borvlce. These
scboolR should havo ns many depnrtments,
tinde? nnd occupatlons ns the onmmunlly
could r'lllze or tho Btudents nll. Then I
would no through tho entlre schools of
thftl 'ounty each year nnd promote
onOngh of the best Rrholnrs from these to
fllt Ihe lowest r.lnss of nur "Memorlal
County Schools of Tochnnlojry." havlng
Btrlct regard to manlfosted capaclty In
any and every dlrcctlon nf power, and po
over koep full tho memorlal school wlth
tha flttest posslblo mnterlnl, to trnln for
llfe, evor crylng nee.la and dcepenlng bat?
Then for rvery congresslonal dlslrtct I
would bulld a atlll htghoi- nnd more per?
fect school, one able to tnko tho best
grnduntes from tho county memorlal
schools nnd glvo them, sny. a courso of
two or throo years" tralnlng ns much In
advnnco of tho county school as the
present hlgh school ls In ndvnnce of the
grammar school3. Promotlon to this
school I would make subject to the snme
rulcs of fltness ond snecess ns prcvnlled
In thn ndmlsslon to tho county sohooh
wntchlng keenly and ever for npcclal
bent or talont, and golng to Ilft nnd
gul.lo it to Its highost work. AbOVO the
congresslonal memorlal Rchool of technol
ogy I would havo the Stato Bchool Just
as much blgger nnd bctter nnd fnller as
resources nnd nblllty could moko lt, nnd
ln turn keop lt full- from tho best grad
uates of tho congresslonal schools. Then,
nbove nll, tbo great "Memorlal Unlverwlty
of the South." In memory of her KToateat
horoes, dend, llvlng, or yet to -como.
This Hchool. I would make It. the prlde,
the prayer. the purpo.^o nnd the constont
nnd undylng ntrugglo of tho South nnd
nll tho world tn loftle.tt educatlon ln the
Innd to make the wlsest, best, bnwdeat,
most perfect nnd noblest nchool In tho
world, whlch should evor be kept full of
our best nnd brlghtest nnd most eueeoss
ful nnd promlslng grnduates from our
Stato schools, No money-logged, ambl
tlot.s fool should he able to pay hls way
Into these balls of honor and hopo; the
proven worthy nnd they nlouo "should
walk thero," nnd wnlklng flnd pnthwnyi
leadlng Into nll the vastness of a worid's
needs and posslbllltles. wlth the flash
llghts from tho worid's hr.'ghte'st nnd
best mlnds llghtlng these patha ns far
ns the progrcss of human processes yet
permlts, nnd from here Bhould go out
lenders, rkllled, head, hnart, nnd hand.
to the hend of humanlty's ndvanclng
columns le.idlng on, In vaater llfe, grcater
llvlng nnd loftler mnsterv. Eur-h, brlefly,
Is the outllno of the vlston. T know It
is. wilhin the rench of otir posMhlllt!o?t.
I know it Is crude, for It trt, so to spenk,
tho flrst rough sketrh, nnd may have Itd
detnlls worked over by n thousand glfted
experts nnd then be revised by each pnss
Ing nge. T.'nless we put such a system
"In swnrtdllng bands," whlch bands can
be loced ns lt grows, It wlll flle.
For flfteen years the plan hns be?n In
my mlnd, nnd I hav> been stnrtled and
awed nt thn wny the cvents of these
years have seemed to come out. rlpen
and ery for it. or somothing Hke It. Then
but few chlldren had been gnthered in
Southorn mllls. nnd no flngrant abuse
was reported from any of these, but
weeds grow mpld nnd rnnk. nnd to-dny
tho whole land ls Imrrlfled at tho ro?
ports of grlndlng young llves Into gold
In the dungoons of hopcless drudgery.
and ten thousand denth walls are blend
Ing In tho cry for reform now. where a
gronn was not heard then.
Once more. This plan sketched opens
up a fonslble solutlnn of tho vast labor
probloms th-niighout the land, nnd lf It
can provldo nn nntldote for these hydra
headed monstrosltles, then sumly lt cnn
commnnd the resources nf tbo entlra
country, It at onco reaches down tn tho
chlldren nf the pnnrest nf the poor nnd
opens for them n posslblo rlslng to the
hlghest of the hlgh. It knows no rlch,
no poor, no hlgh. nn low, but Btands,
nngel-llke, oalllng wlth one voloe nnd one
heart tn all, "Cnmo up hlgher," nnd fllnga
wldo open tho donr nnd walts for merit
lo pass ln nnd up nnd bo nrowned. It
tnkes out of the hands of nrbltrary and
Ignorant labor dletatnrs the power of
saylng how many and who Bball enter
this or thnt trnde or lndustry, and calls
to all, "Whosnever wlll and cnn, lot hlm
come," nnd It glorifies the armles of
labor, of nll snrts, wlth a glory nnd
royol majesty never known by them be?
fore. for It by this splendld process nf
promotlon on merit nlono nssurns effl
clency all nlnng every Hnn nnd crowns
only tho moiitorlous, thn wlsn, the wln
nlg and tho worthy wlth lenrtoislilp. So
It promls.'H to weave ItH synirnetrlcnl
and homogenous unlon of Intelllgent plnn,
purpose and performanres, the struggles
and aohlevetnontS of the whole people,
guldod by thelr own best and hlghest
tralned and masterlng lendera, cheerlng
nll wlth tlio groatest posslblo hopo nnd
nrrlchlr.- nll wlth thn vastest nttalnnhle
re.'ilts keeplng lendershlp In the handa
of the best.
c. c PENrcrc.
rnlrmount, W. Va.
Posltively cured |>y these
They also relievc Distrcss from Dyspepsb,
Indlgcstion and Too llearty Eatlng. A per'
feet remedy- ibr Dtzzincss, Nausca, Prowsl
ness, Jiad Tastcin the Mouth, CoatcJ Tongua
Pain in the Sidc, TORPID LIVER. They
Regulato the Bowels. Turely Vcgetable.
Small Plli. Small Dose.
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