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NOTES 0 THE CONVENTION.
The National Eiliiutitional Associa
tion at Madison, Wis., was tlio most
Biiecossful over hold.
Tlio Now Kngluml pcdagniruos were
tlio most numerous in tlio cunvontion,
and among thorn woro boiho of tlio
brightest minds of tlio tutor ulaus men
liko Stauloy Hall, l'rof. Harris, anil
Prof. Woodward, and wonitm liko Mrs.
Hopkins, and Mrs. Kollogg, of Uostou,
and Miss Doylo, of ProvulMictt, yet it
was a woman of the South who, at al
most the last moment, took tlio fore
most pluco as an orator und as tlio au
thor of tho most inloresliug paper of
tho series. The iiamo of Mis .Clara
Conway, of Memphis is on every
tonguo. Possibly tlio clloet was duo
not so much to what she said as to tho
manner in which she said it; for linr
earnestness was intense, her lips
quivered with emotion, and a glow
otirue Into hor pale checks, while her
brilliant black eyes llashod an nnenm
panimout to tho tiro of her tones, lier
willowy form clasped in aomo soft ma
terial of a pale orange tint, a wiile-brini-med
hat shading her interesting face, as
sho advanced to tho platform her ap
pearance, so unlike that of her prede
cessors, for they were in sombre col
ors and tho pedagogue was proclaimed
iu overy lineament, excited more than
ordinary attontiou. 1 lor iliticour.su was
a plea for tho women of her section,
who alio doclarod were in need of edu
cational advautagos now denied them.
MISS CONWAV'S AMMIKLS.
"In the North," said slio, " many of
the great ondowod colleges aro opon to
women. In the South, scarculy one.
The light of the present hour shows us
In tho South tho Stato university, in
which a boy may find tlio best, while
tho sistor of that boy, even though
she be his superior mentally, having
the same or higher ambitions, aspira
tions, and hopes, must go to n far-otF
college for a full education, or must be
contont with tho supcrlicial course of
the town academy or tho fashionablo
boarding-school. Hut sho can get
married! you may answer. Can she?
How do you know P Let us suppose,
however, that sho can and doos marry,
and lot us road hor history a few years
later. We lind her standing alono ono
day In a world for whoso fierce aud bit
tor contest sho is not armed ; alono, savo
for tho littlo onus whoso helplessness is
their bost appeal. Tlio mother instinct
is too strong to lot her die, and, rising
with tho strength born of a woman's
love, sho chokes down tlio rising sobs,
wipos the tears from hor eyes, and bu
gins to look about for something to do
something by which to put bread In
to the hungry mouths of her children.
She may sow, you think? Unless one
is an artist with tho noodle, to livo by
it is a protess of slow starvation.
Thon she can teach, you say. Lot us
soo. Suppose sho comes to mo. I say,
in reply to hor statement that sho can
teach little children: 'Can you? Then
you are worth more than your weight
In gold. Hut let us soo. What do you
mean by "teachP" How would you
begin? What is tho philosophy of
teaching? Namo tlio powers of a
child's mind in tho ordor of their true
development.' Sho cannot. These
things aro a sealed book; but sho is
willing to learn. What would you say,
business men, to one who, professing
to bo a mechanic, should, without tools
and without skill sock work at your
btyids? Those are parallel cases in ono
sense tho lower and material. In tho
higher spiritual senso they aro as far
removed as polo from polo, for tho
teacher deals with human souls; and I
havo no word of condemnation strong
enough for tlio man or woman who un
dertakes to mold a human destiny
without knowledge of tho material with
which ho works. Tho teacher's work
"But 1 am not yet done with the for
lorn woman who has knocked at my
door, and hoping still to holp her, I
ask i 'Had you tho advantago of uni
versity study?' 'No,' she answers sad
ly. .'I hoped for as much, but in my
girlhood the college doors were closed
against mo.' I tell hor I am sorry, but
I cannot help hor. Wore I a city board
of education or a county board of trus
tees, and wcro she a sistor, a cousin, or
an aunt, I might mercifully find hor a
fdace. But even in that case she hopo
m essly flounders on, 'tho blind leading
the blind,' the generous board of edu
cation responsible to high heaven. Re
member this is the self-samo girl whose
aspirations were stifled in that bygone
time, but whose brother had the bless
ed privilege of afullcourso in his na
tive State. And yet, with or without
that course, any place in the Nation is
within his reach, from the anvil to the
pulpit, from the plow to tho Presiden
tial chair, while the college doors are
closed against the girl who would have
entered it, if only to eat of the 'crumbs
which fell from the master's table.' O,
fathers of our land, is this a just dis
crimination in favor of your sona and
against your daughters? Do you con
sider that the fair, swoet girl at your
Ide may be this poor, unhappy woman
of tho future? No father, here or else
where, even though he count his in
come by the millions, can give his
daughter an absolute guarantee
that In twenty years she . shall
not be poor and helpless, unless, in
deed, he be wise enough to cultivate
her best gift Unfortunately, we have
educated our girls to believe that their
very helplessness Is the best appeal to
the helpiojneis of tome man who will
some day becomo too protector and
bread-winner. II anyone prosenl ans
wer me with tho thought, This is ns it
should bo, Cod meant St so in tlio be
ginning, to him I say: I am not deal
ing with that phase of the question.
What Cod meant in the beginning I
havo no means of determining. Kvil
is in the world to-day, and rnmpnnt.
How it came, and why, is u secret
locked up in tlio bosom of Cod. Tho
conditions aro reversed; tho tiinos nro
out of joint. Hundreds of women and
childron are without protectors ana,
what Is worse, unablo to protect them
selves. Your argument would havo
sonio force a very littlo if every wo
man married happily and could havo a
Euoarnteo, signed, sealed, nnd deliver
ed, that her husband should bo strong,
temperate, competent and long-lived.
But it has no force nt all while unmar
ried women nro on every hand nnd or
phaned childron till the air witli their
piteous iamontalions. llio promise or
a happy homo and wifehood cannot bo
given. What father or mother, then,
will dare lift up a prcsumplory voice to
say, 'Tlinso things shall not come to
mo or inineP' m tho faco of these
things, in tlio faco of the glaring and
terrible stories of desortion, cruolty
and murder that till our papers, do you
tell mo that woman should not be titled
for n life-work as well ns a man?
"There is senseless projudico
ngaiust tho liberal education of woman,
wliich finds its best expression iu tho
term 'strong-minded,' applied to any
woman who thinks, reads, and reasons.
It is said that such women are not fond
of homo; Hint they neglect its chief
duties and lind their chief happiness
elsewhere. But I have never seeu
luoro beautiful homes than tlio.su of
women in Sy racuse, N. Y., who upend
their Saturdays in tho woods botauiii
lng, and who havo been ho bucccsnIuI
in their favorite study that they aro
(jiioted as authority by llio favonto bot
anists of America. 1 havo never seen
a lovelier homo than that of u Boston
woman who has mado a closo, careful,
and systematic study of Shakspearo for
moro than twenty years. 1 havo never
breathed a sweeter air than that of a
household on ft Mississippi planta
tion, proslded over by n gentlo woman
full of sweetness and grace, yet
who gives part of each day to tlio study
of political economy for tlio compre
hension and intelligent discussion-of
froo-trado und tarill'-reforra. Home-
it is tho sweetest word in tho wide
raugo of.ntiy Into woman's vocabulary.
I claim the highost education for wo
man, that she may havo tlio powor to
fill her homo wilh inspiration, with all
pirltual forces that will lit her for sit
ting worthily at tlio head of hor house
hold. Such training londs glory to
material things, aud lifts up tnu com
monplace to tho piano of tlio spiritual.
Every simple, homely art becomes tho
symbol of iv willingness to ploaso, nnd
a desire to givo our best to thoso we
love and honor. This education Is be
coming tho ambition of young AmorU'
can womanhood, but nsyot tho girls of
tho South must look away from homo
for tho opjuirtiinitios of n ' broad and
deep culture.; Tho spirit of tho higher
education is abroad; our girls aro bo
ginning to hunger and thirst. Soon no
one will dare shut tho door of any col
logo in a woman's fnco witli his dog
mutlc 'thus far nnd no farthor.' Wo
who believo not In a capricious Idol of
powor, but in a just 'Father who lovos;
wo who hold that llioro Is nothing
which is not in God, cannot doubt tlio
cud. It Is a beautiful thought that our
best desires aro but pictures of tho
t.liino-fl (..ill mnnna In frlvn na nml ai ifi
is llftt I suo in tlio wish nearest my
heart tho bold outline of a university
which, to uso Dr. Mayo's words, shall
bo furnlshod with everything ncodful,
without a Haw of sham education, from
lofty turret to foundation stouo, so woll
endowed that for ?2l)0 a year a thou
sand fltudonts will throng its corridors,
aud no good girl will bo kept out be
cause of . hor poverty. The groat
acquired and inherited fortunes will do
tins work. And whenever, throuerh-
out tho land, such a work is needed, do
it, men and women of tlio North and
South. 1 uso tho words Nortli and
South in a geographical sense only.
Thoy havo no oilier nioaninir to us now.
Wc nro all simply Americans. Tlioro
was a family row, but it is Bottled now
ami tlio boy in gray has conio homo to
spend his days. Tlio impulsive, hot
headed, largo-hcartod boy, youngest
and wcll-belovcd son of a fond mother,
ilounderod about in Ids little state
rights boat till it went to pieces in tho
oreakcrs. no returned as if awakon
od from a troublod dream. Tho blue
oye and tho bright sunlight wcro abovo
him. l'utting his anus about his
mother's neck, ho said: 'Mother I will
be a good boy now.' Smoothing his
hair with her fair, soft hand, and wiping
tho tears from his eyes, sho pressed up
on his lips tho kiss of peace and recon
ciliation, lie has kopt his word, and
today llioro is no moro loving or moro
loyal sou in all tho land than tho boy
in gray, way down in Dixie."
A Country With No Tax Collectors.
In tho last number of the Consular
reports Mr. Worthington, United Stalos
Cousul at Malta, gives mi ncoount of
tho Government of that littlo country,
which lie claims to bo a model one. It
would certainly prove a happy hind to
those who dislike taxes, debt, interest,
etc. There are absolutely no taxes of
any kind levied on tho inhabitants.
There aro no Insurance rates to pay,
bucauso all tho buildings nro lire proof.
Thero is no tiro department in Malta,
and no need of one. Tho islands havo
uo debt, and therefore no interest to
pay. On tho other hand thoy are not
only out of debt, but the local govern
ment has a haudsomo surplus on hand
of $1,250,000, which is investod in tho
English funds, returning them a rovo
nuo yearly. Every revenue depart
ment pays a surplus into the local
treasury after paying all cxpensos, and
tho surplus thus accumulated is grow
ing so rapidly that it is proposod to di
vide it among the inhabitants as there
is actually no uso for it
Ono of the scarcest of State histories
Is McCall's "History of Georgia," two
copies of it being known, ono of which
is said to bo valued at f 750. A con
Udenco man has tictlmizod a number
of prominent gontlemon of that State
by sending them ' lettors and stating
that he would forward a copy of tho
book for $15, lie failed to respond up
on receipt of tho money.
0A1UO iMLLKTtN: frtJESDAY MOKfJlNU SEPTEMBER 2, 1884.
Tho M arket
Monday Evenino, Sep. 1, 1884.
The snn is very hot through the day, and
the nights are cool; altogether the Improve
ment over the extreme host of the past two
weeks is marked and very acceptable.
Business does not seem to improve with the
weather. Trade in all leading commodities
of the farm is very slow; especially l this
the cane witli flour and meal. Btocks are
generally full and tho great lack is in pur
chasers and consumers.
FLOUH The tupply is ample, but there
is no demand nt til. Prices are woak and
HAY Dull and unchanged. Receipts
aro light, but there is no demand.
CORN The demand is limited. New
coru is beginning to move in this section,
and ear coru of this year's harvest is already
in the market in good condition, though
Minrcely dry enough for milling aiyet.
OATS Iu tood hupply and dull. Only
hii exceptionally good article will bring
more than 20 cents.
MEAL-Easy aud quiet. Prices ore un
changed. BRAN Quiet and unchanged,
BUTTER The ninrket Is firm for
choice and prices firm. . The demand is
active for best grades.
EGGS Choice freMi receipts still com
mand ready sale, but prices lire not so stiff,
mid 11 cents is considered sutside llg
CHICKENS Scarce and in good re
quest for choice young.' Old are neglected.
FRUIT Very liti'.e doing and quota
tions are nominal. The local market is
supplied by country wagons. ,
' VEGETABLES Dull. . Sweet potatoes
are helling nt $1.25 per bbl. and not want
ed on coiisigUtnen't.' ' Cunutry wagons sup
ply the market.
HuIoh and CiuotationH.
HOTI. The pneoa n.r. given are ror sales from
first hands in ronnd loti. An advance la
charted (or broken Intern flillngordcra.
10 Mils vartotil grade J i 5&5 W
t'alnilt. 5 SifmfcO 50
Cliotce . il Wl
Extra fancy 4 Ml
Fltncy 4 OU
9 eara Timothy, email bait 1100
1 cat stilt ed - U on
1 cara ilrlctiirimo,.., 10 OU
tear wliltoln bulk. M
s cr mixed !n bulk ,.j
6 cars heavy In balk 27
Sutra new Southern Illinois -. "A
1 cam new In aacka , so
Soars tlnnp. MMn It)
Ko. 8Hur,prbu... 77
No. il Muilkurauuau , 7V3Hi
No. 8 ilo 70
Uo. do 67
800 bble CUT OO order 8 703 75
600 bbla City " 75
City mills M
Country ,.. 63
500 pound! country . irt$18
WHi pounds cholco Northern ..' 20&83
SOU iiouuds fancy creamory , ; 6
BUGS. '' ;'
two doiou m 1 154
Mo doKeo II
SUU dozen. UK
Laige choice ' 10 AO
CUICKBMH. ; '; '
Cbolco;honi 2 00
10 coope choice younx 1 Wvit Wl
4 coupa medium youug 1 'Jbl 75
Krocatone Feachee, nor box,.., 60375
App'ea per buili 6,5
Urn pus per poaud
Fotatoea. per Ihnthul.. 80335
Tomnloei per box..-.. .......- 10(1.15
New fancy yi lluw uautmond per bu &(HftB0
TKUPICAL FRUIT" '
Oranges 003,7 00
U nion 5 bOtttt 00
Choice per barrl 1 75 '2 H
Choice ju'cbunhol 60475
' ' CABUAGK.
Pr tOO ; m. 5 0038 00
Flue nuwaaUed It4'
rirca ' 9
I'latn haina 13K14
Fancy canvataed Ham .........1SH1b
8. C. llnnia 14
Clear eider - 114
Ubouldcra , none
Ht. Jobim : It
Ohio Klver 1 05
8t liuahel burial
5 bimhel " 12X
DlllKD KKUrr. '
Penchen.balvoeand iuarlem SflfiTi
Choice navy .JSOflflOO
Oholcn modi um g W&t 75
Choice, Factory..., 8
Cream..... M 18X
" ' " ' UBESWAX.
TAI.LOW. ('': ;
Ooot. 10 to 65
Mink - mm 10 to 46
Red Box 100
Wild 0t. ' 10 to 50
Bearnr per pound ... 50 to 8 60
Otter...-....... 75 to (4)
OpoeBuoi.....,M,.. 8 to 15
ikar....k. ,.aw,,i,Ml 00 to 00
Dry Kit nt choice
T. U - I .
Hbeep l'elm, dry . ..
Hbeep 1'i'ltn, trruen.,
Common Lui.. ,
.f! '.ft-rt-i K
, 4 Wit 5 '
4 7V,J 5 11
i tit 7 ;r
T 512 'C
KATIES OK KKBIOIiT.
Ornin liny Klmir Pork
cwi. frrwt. miilii. ,h:
Meii.lil Ill 15 r m
f. - Or.'onni, l'i4 15 &5 :i5
Helena, Ark 15 :m it,
Kllneton, Mine .... 15 ivi so ir,
Netcha 174 ;)5 o;
All other way poiiite
below Mt'inpfila to
NewOr.eau , ii'l a) 45
UNITED STATES MAItSIIAL'S SALE.
Ity ylrtnn of a writ leeiuxl out of tlio District
Court of Ihu Unltud Hta'fe, lor tno Hoiitl.cru lln
trict of llllnola. In ailmlrultv, dated on M'iimIhv the
lHlh 'ayof Auniift A. I)., It-rtl, will h Hold ut I'lih
lie Hair, lo thii h'KlieMt and hunt lilndT, lor chbIi,
kt New Lilicrtv, Popti couii' v . In raid DlMrli t. on
the foiiitli d y o' ScpliMiihor, A. I)., KM, hi iwin u
the ho n oi unifcl of raid day and 9o', luck A. M ,
I he ful owing ill Hcnhed propvrt , to-wit :
The wreck ol Die n eioniioul K. K. I.u in, Includ
Inii her 2 hullcm, 2 uiikIuui, iiIl''it i iikiiio, doclur,
pump, i;rnle bar. Ac , the eami IiiivIiil' bcon order
ed by anid court to beeuld. JOU.t A- T ANN UK,
U, S. Marshall.
Sprint-Held, HI., Aueimt lfttli. lhM.
Hy It. F, DARWIN,
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE,
(Corner Prairie Avenue and 2!lth St., Chicago),
Moliciil l)rpnrt motit ot
'1 h TJ. ihwi'HU'i'ii truivorsit y.
N. h. DAV1 1, Al. ., LL. 1., D.iiii
The Co leiilaiii vear will beKlii Sept. ), ishi. und
clone March 'J4, 1HH5, The cnurno of Inetrnciion lit
(traded. Htudcnm h. lni; divided Into llrxt, pecond
and third ) ear claHMUK, Gimilllcallnna fur admin
lon are uillier a Decree of A. I), acertlfl ate nl a
repnta'ile academy, or a preliminary examination.
'I bu method of In-truction Iv con'plciiouelv prae
tlra , hiiiI l applied n the Ward-of lliu Mercy,
St. Luhe a anil M ch.uil Hccc Iloiltul , rl ut .t
the heileld oftheaick. The I'raciitliii'i'rn' Course
will beulu the dny after the Annual Cninmeuce
mentande nt ' uo four wouka. Fees, In advimc !
' atrii illation, f.VOU; i.ociurue, $7"i,IK); Deinonnlra
tcr, Ht5.H0. Uonptalu: Mercy, fil.llfi; SI. Lukn'e,
I5.U0. Laboratory, fi. (Hi; Breakae, $ .(). Kinal
Kxamlnatlnti, $:i.nO, Kehrnnry 1 Ht Priictitli.ricra'
Coiiro, :.oi. For further luformatioii, K'lilrese
WALTER HAY, M. !, LL. I)., riccretnry,
715 4wd 'MS Slate St., Chicago, 111.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Cha3. T. Newlaud aud
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
CorninciTtal Ave , bet. feuth and Ele
Drive Well Force and Lift Pump furnished and
put up. Af;ont for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"
he boat pump ever Invented. New Gad Flxtnrea
nrnlahnn to nrrinr. OIil trlTlnrna runfilrpH nnd
pBJobblng promptly attended to . 819-tl
DR. 7 .
ElKtrlc Appliance art tent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
rHO are iuffcrln from NlRVOl'i Drbilitt,
YV Lost Vitality.
, Licx or Nkrvk Fori-i ahd
Viooa, WAiTixa WiAKHHata, and all (hole illseuet
of a Pkrsokal Nature rvnultlnir from Abciks and
UTiitn C'Aiisaa. SpetHlr nllot and conipleM rent
ration ot HkaltdA wok and Manhood UI'arantrrd.
The Krandest dincovery of the Ninetrnth Century,
tkmii akonce for lIlustraUMir&inphlnt frue, Addreaa
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., MAR8HAH, MICH.
WboB debility, exhnnatrd
puwrra, pruuiature Ui cny
and fnllure to perform llt'e'a
uutlca properly are caused ly
eicbeiL errora of youth, etc.,
will Bnd a perfect and lasting
restoration to rohuat health
and vlKorniM manhood in
INOUIlor fttomjirh dmauuxtr nur
lnatnunnu. This treaf meat of
JNerroiiB .nihility nd
fnooMiftil bcanfia biirwtl on perfect diagnosis,
new nnd direct method and abiolntn Ihor
oufhnrH. Full information and Truatis fres,
Adarenai'onmiH.nff i'hyiic.An nf
MARSTON REMEDY CO.. 46 W.Uth St., New York.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED: PARTS
Of THK HUMAN BODY KNLAH;KIT DKVKI
PTE I). 8THKNiTUKN ED.'1 Ktc. .nan intrrpnttng
fctlvHrtntunu'iit to tib run in om pMpi-r. " In n-iily In liw
nuines wo win Hay mm, moro ih novnnnc or nun
pulTantTT7aT" On' I he coTTrary, ta advert isera aro
yory highly' liiAoTrpoHtnrffHtoll ptTHon mny ttfj
tfih'U i cirxilftrwjtf7v7iu liy atl.lif ssjnte
iuk Mkok'alIJ'o.. Wa'S.V.-f,JXT
A faTonte pnaorlptton of on of tbf
Bloat noid and aooMful ipeelallata In the U.U,
(now retired) for Iheoureof Jirarvraa Ib4IUm
jLort ttanhtHid. treafttMa and IHmmw. B.nl
UplaloataltduivalopeV DniKglala can fill lb
Addreat DR. WARD & CO., Uuiiiatta. Mo.
'.m Dr. KEAH.
Ub11hai4 IMD.IaatHl IrMUBf all PrW
VftU, Mavrna, Ob real a4 Bpaclavl dlt-
tL V uUatU.o wnoofcilf. or b? Itiur lW
lfpcty)( full ale ud
k Dr. Kn fi tha only pbydcUti la tt
ftlv that wrrmnta rmr or nn pit. 1M
p4H UltiaUd hook, awe t,m tuwcrryUaiaa, U ajr aaU.
tin. H. H. KAKa, of th D.-JHrr
w m noma, mmw onvri a naiu.u j w u. i , . j
toy oa. n. an kl aMlf .atckly .AlalM.lr. Pnr tnUm
alat. aad adnfwniA.ufraai aiatiianl niadlul ma4a.,iHra
m. UJI, ,B.t a.0.1 lfVralUa au, law lark car.
Illinois miimim or mdsic.
Eatabliahed In IH7J. A Culhno conrneof atudy
InJl'Uno. Orifau, blneliiit and Orche-tral Iimtro
Dienta. J.anuUNU, Art and Klocutlon. Addreaa
J.H. HAKLOW.MiiaUal Jllroctor,
Ten limtriii turn. Ttin tmnilri'il
atndfrilM IhhI vii,r ltr,nl..b..i.lii,. n. ......... l..n.
limnahip ami Klncntlna without fxtra I'iiarL'i'.
f'UHUU U..I....1 ..In k'..,m.l..JI)...l I -
im .um, Lii.iuiiiib, uiai nnu iiuniiiune iiiurBUB,
Kalltfinn bcitlna Hi'pt 'i; Wli tur ti:rni Hoc. U:
Hprlni; turm Mitrch 17. The ime ot tobacco and
Intoxicating IIuiioim, and attt'iiilance on aecretao
rli tii'B aru fnrhlddiiu. Kor recl'lcr and fiirther iu-
rorinutlnn, aililn na
til AH. A. HLANC'II AliD, Pre.'t.
VOl'Ml I.ADIKS' ATIIKN.ia'M.-Preparea for
Well-"ley. Full Academic C'oureca. Bchnul of
Art. (Irtltiirv Imm k I rt.l i.rH.i rli.n tn r.tll,ia
Kurnlanea tuition In llllnola totnervatury on all
branches of .Muvii'. Addrima
K. l llASli, Hnpt., Jackaonvlllo, 111.
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