THE MONROE JOURNAL
district dirrctors, in bis it-port at Kick- WHO'S UOT THE URiNPSlONC?
inuoj list crk, says tint the siuall
G. U. BF.ASLEY,
R. r. BEASLEY. i
TVKSDAY April ;. i.
Arp Says Twenty Darkks know
But Won't Tell.
Vhnv U iiiv grimltuief Whviv
Work of the Southern Education
- sura placed at his disposal baa been
leut Juriu tb past year in three
: holding educational coufer-
" races, carrjriug on campaigns for local
taution. and in ftxntiu omen's club I U luv rake and iuv r? I Mil any
- for the improvement of school houses. I Uily ever hear ! a i;i--;r- sl.-alii
In Charlotte conference at htlJ in sriiiltotii-: ll-siou in n or i i , .,..,,
iv a th.n-i!il tetr U-ltin.l the
lr.lv r.uv -alu-n tluir idi-tdk-
rv L,n-kit iii." Oh. my cvuii
tij ! h-rv i B jitiml stiturf lir
litrv th'' iiii;.iti:ir iHilrt -re
kiH Ltnl t.'l our ! lie rv !
ilirtit Uii.l 1 1 .!:!',: e lil not
FOR THE LITTLE ONES.
The tilth Conftr.'iue fur EJucatiou
in the Suuth met at Kivlimoud, Va ,
last erk. rl some time tue ne
papers hue Iven full of talk rr-;ard-ititj
this annual cuulrunice aud the
two edii.'atioual boais o-i.ttiii; in
conurcli.Mi nh it. Many hake tatru
the poiti.'ii that tins mas au ettoit 1
some Soithetu philanthropists to foist
their views o: rducatiuii. and especi
aliv ueir.t r.lut atioii, u; u tl.e South.
We have never s resided it, aud to
alum tliat this i a niUtAeu idea, ue
print the lollo-sii'i; ai'oount ot the
risiu ot tlie eoittert-ucr, from t!ie
K.rhinouJ Tunis Ii,p lUli:
So much his l-reu mitten about tl.e
work auJ aims ol the C.Kitt-reiice foi
KJucation in llic South that it may
be ell at this tin e to uive the stoiv
ot its heti iuiii. The lonteieiu'e owes
il onou to Krv. i;dw. Ah It .It, I), p ,
of Cambridge, Mass., a l-totltrrof Pr.
I.iuiau AhlMtt, the editor of The Out
look, who is i nr of the seaLt-is at
the sixth niet-tiiti; oi the conference
Un in session in our tity,
Pr. HJaarJ Ayhott speut some time
at Capon Spimc, U Va., in tie
summer of 1N7. ai.d ln!e then- tolj
the proprietor, (.apt. W H. S.tie ot
Willi luster, Vi., o! the 1; od results
of the C.'iifeietu-f of I'lu-uds ol tin
Indian, whi. It h id been liti'i'tiiii' .tiiiiu 1
ally for a muni er oi ,'.ir.sut Mohouk:
l.akf", . Y., a the ,;::t'Ms o' the pio 1
prietor 1 i that heatit.tul resoit, Hon. ;
Albert K. Sin. !;, a tm'iuher t-f the
luiaid oi lihhan CoiuiiiiHsioiii'is ot the
I' lilted Shut s. Cap! Sjlr Wvamr .
deeply uitcri'sted in tlie st"iy ot the
Kood work vloue bv the M.!i.uik c u
ft-renifs in the simple, but lh. tukIi, ;
disrussioti ot the lu itau problem, and
the piil'Iu'.itioii eai-h e.ii ot a tnii re-;
pint ut the dl'Us;ous 1,1. iuvhn a:
platform ol pi iin'ipS.'s to be t rowe l
in the further en r t to idu.ate an.l
, ,, , 1 r, , .. , I'll k't tbctv hiv tariitv ih-unn'o ki
from the city of Charlotte, hich the , . .- , ,.
. . . , . . iilit uf iiiv li'ii !o. know ;t.l
Leaeral Education Board .as to Ju-1 U (, Nl.lle, ,.t
plu ate, ith the uudrislaudn. !; ,, M. J ,., .1 r.i.v li l t -
tao thirds of the auiouut should go toi to ,,.(( w anollivr. Yt li
the rural icboola of Mecklenburg aud my 01111j; iiiyri-n U fort- e
oue thud to tlie public schools of lieu ( p-t up 111 the 11101 i.m' We li.ivrii'1
deisou couuty. Not quite all as lu.l a .ii.ilt. it 111 ill rev monlliv
laised, but the remaiuJer ill le. At J Mr. t l. x. laml m.i.lo a t;.-l
MHWB IU e lolK oil Mil- r.li
A B re That Bolide HetM 4 tkmmp
Up a Garden a "4 Law.
TVre i a litt'e turj in EngtanJ
et'At-A the ptrJa lurvl
T!ie h'.t'e hx-lanj nj wife not
i:.v.i a 1-111. ai..l now theiv aiv fn (....j , nw fr ihemse!ve.
1. 1 x 111 il !i.i n - i!.;sof Im-u. bj' ,),,.,. m,k g jr,yn .rv.unj
prorvv. vi 1111 an :
After liivini r.iade up tli.ur mini!
to n!J the t'.mt t!uni thev Jo is to
f'.inl a l;i.e lt of cMunJ, with
tlii-ir !'! alioii tlu v are mean, r,
I i. iiT.liit r an.l ten lime iio-iriiu
I110r.1l 111 tlieii ilolin x!ic irl itlKi.s
than ner U iotv. Ami t i'iue
uieeuboro a confeieuce a helJ in
ahull 54,ooo as laisej by p'.ivate
subscription to aid the ruial .IkoU
of Cailf old county. The boaid dupli
fated this amouut, uiakiui; 5.ovk to
lie speut on the ruial schools of tl.e
county of Guilioid. This sum as
problem. uinluii Mr. raik!i'!:V.
luil joii e.in't make a ol , :t; u
i iit a nero itlnmt be li.i a ma
ti-r or a l'vi on bom he h 1- to !'
'lil. Mv opinion troiu o!-a i 1
t1011isth.lt 1 il-.kiv,;v ean't ! it
or anv other mIuhiI. The mo:e
put mto the hands of a local boaiJ of . eiliiial 1011, the ! im lin.iti.'ii
citizens to be eniradrd. IIo t.ns is
beiui speut e let Pr. Mclvei'a report
tell. It says:
So far our hxal board in (jmlfoi J
county has nude no hard and !ast rule
as to the amount ot money to be ap
propriated to each district from the
$ho fund, but usually in the dis
tucts that have voted the local ta t
have civen oue dollar lor every two
raised by private subscription to build .
and furnish school bouses. To illus-1
Irate, a distiut voted the local tan and :
acreed to raise bv private suosn iptioii ,
4o for a school house and we cavei
them f-'oo Another district voted ti e I
tan and besides iaie4 5-.h t which!
we added 400, uiakiui; a totil build -inii'imdot
Ji.i.'O. Of this Ji..-oo it
will be seeu, tlieiefoie, that the l,en ;
er.il Education Uoaid iMiitiilnites f :io !
or luie-ssvth, the piuate couti ibutoi f
at the ii:eus!i. 10 c-uiteieuce $2 or .
oue smth. while the imiuedute locality !
tuiuislies two thuds ot the amount, !
oeuli-s votni; the .iiinu il t is o double
k lor a living. Where an- I be
l'iik-vi t-.iilti.itj". .Iut la
iti aimitnl or tearliin vluc. I
i-ail in jextrnl p.ijx r when a
negro vlnml te.n her was raiulit :m
li.iiti tnale a lake ht ol ln
M'hoiai ami lre tuoie iimiiey
than he was entitl. l to. Ilnl uei
ther t'leielaml nor r.itkluiiM tioi
any other Northeiti liuin knows
enoiili alxoit the iie-ro to talk in :
tellip-iitly aUuit htm. Nor !.
this (neiatloii ol N'lithein men
know iiiiii li more. NoIkmIv knows
now luil llie b obi lion who me
lelt. Our eihtoi-s ami m spaju-i
liieii ilo not know. They are all
tmi )oiiii' au l most ot' tlieui . iu"
lioiii toi k tint ilil ti"l ow 11 no
;ri' 111 the old si.Hoiv limes. I
ilo not ass. it tills thi.uili eoineit. j
lull it pains and astonishes, me In
liear Northerii speakets ami sumei
editors IV0111 the South s;i 111 t h it
s!iue the iieio u.i si t I'l he b is'
11 e!;iois Uust ol" llo ir v
loo; ot piojs ity I'lil run It up
In tiie loiliio iv Oi coursv Ihetv
are s.iue j;'"l a.. I some liiiilv lie
i;t,a-s I:., h.i e tu.nle iiioih , but
they an- " I t 40!:! f the
lli.lss, s. i ,lo IK ;io 111 this tow 11 is
Koiih 111010I11 ikv thin all tlx n st.
The elites ue I II 1 1 ol .1 iboluls Ilo
play ei.ips . .1 steal au l snatch
piiisa s ii,iii woiii. ii ami l.molai ie
lion -as :i!ni kit ! x.oiiiiii ami li:UI
r. u in a si.i.e ol .osi.uit alaim.
ii aiui; is as in ii. r a r.uv tratt
vi i'li t!n :u at it is aiuoiij; the lie
low in Ai.iSs. Where iv luv
oi;ii pi.isms and what lias !
ouie ol my !.oe i"l ail;l eial'
lilt I. Aul'. i
me kiinl shrub (n.win
l!ic n iii.r of it. Then thev pile
em a k-ra- moss on the numl o
ro;i!i.l i!ie !:rul, N.it t!ie lurU
lit"i lon envn lii, hich tliey
have b-.-kin from elT the branches
,f trs ami stsik thnn into the
( .-o '.I'd so thai !u v lean apiinst
tiie t"i of the shrub like the frame
ork of a siiiaU tent. One nJv i
Is ft i ;h ii for a ! mr.
Wiien the latie house is liuilt,
the biros at oitce nl to work to
t 'orii lliei-.l l
ol live s! ., k I'
tile vlllo elie:
pies. It is the
i-tpies 1. 1' ;!i:iii.i! lueeiKii
the e ! 11 ;.'..i:i;. The per ecu!
sii-.ir In the s.i-ii K'i has l
I tli-l -Ms, ; !'. ill time per relit
m ike their j::ir.l rt. The husband
li.r 1 iIim-s the heavier ork, tiil all
.ir uni.l toe l.oiie he clears oil a
spa.e for a lawn, i-rryins y ev
ery stone atij stiik nj every hit
' of straw that is in the way. lie then
jt-owrs the space with the finest
;iii a mollification 'r"" """" fit'L "J
1 1 tin. ami follow tiK.t: the velvety lawn he lav many
1 law ami pi u i , fretly U-rne ami pink flowers, and
Ipplil It loll ill pi
sivt.i ii p. r
b.et W.ls 11
i'Ui. v licit
h.is been 1 1 : : ' t il'i and a lew
't -'". II .I'll lot he Wo! !i
h is . .1 ibuie w itli .1 iilatil
The oiilu aiy
1 b V oil s . I
U lliolls II !ll-tl V Jell, t
s. II I 11"
w ha ll
1 1 to
elevate the lu ban
fore, ipiite icudv to c
ab!- the advisatuuty ot a !
elite tu discuss the .plestlo
tiotl in the S -utii vi'th
aiousiin; nib rest i:i ! 'mm:
meuts in the st ho is aiu
lished for both r ices in t!;i
Alter tin t lie r coo, i. lei 1
Sale, in tin- ti in- -pu tot V
pitahtv. aiitbori.-'.- I Pi A!'
such a coti'ereiH'e at C' . j n Spicks m
the h'llowiuc Miniu:. 1 .1:1 I to i:iit"
suitable persons to alien. I it as tue
KUests ol tlie Capon inin(i Hotel
Company, locally out this object,
Pr. Abls'tt a..s..c:ate. with himself as
a provisi il c inmittee, a iiiiinher of
Southern gentle men inti rested in the
sul'jeit ol education, .itniini; Ihein
beuis Dr. J 1.. M. Cu-ry, Knht Kev.
Thomas l. Pu llev if Kcit.itkv, I 're a
ident Julius P. Preh.-r ol Koatioke
College, an. I Kev. Pi. H !. I ii.,eil.
prim ipal nt I lauiptori Institute. Ab
tho,n;h the lust i-on'cii'iir e, held earlv
in the summer ol iv, and piesided
oer by lushop Pudley, was not laice,
so tiiiuli interest was inanilesteil and
so many e,o.-d p.ipen weie lead and
ad hessrs made that the piomise ot
f 1 uitl ul trsiilts from these discussions
and the punted rep its of the same
f.iroinaipd thoe piesent ta teel that
thev utie eiitciu i; into a permanent
or.iuu.iti'Ut t.u iiuptoMUL; the schools
ot the South. Ot cour-e, they had no
idea lliru t!i it out of that small u.Un
erini; oiil.i mm- su(h pnwrrinl and
bei-o'tKi nt .ii;Micies as the Southern
and the (iem r.il K h: ation Hoauls.
1-toin the foreoiui; statement it will
be seen that the conteieme onijinated
in the desne to I enetit the South, not ,
by iinpuMiii; any new system or ideas
upon it, but simply bv imlucini; South'
eru rduoatoi s and other phihmlhropic
per-oiis from all paits ot our coiuu."ii
coimtiy to meel once a year lor the
discussion of the general topic i f edit- :
cation in the South, in the hope that
there mii;ht be discoveied methods
looking h wauls the solution of souie
ot our most piactical as well a a ditli- i
cult problems. That was the Lenevu-i
lent purpose of the t'oundint; of the.
confereuct, and that has been its'
fpirit in the three meetings at Capon
Sprincs, the fourth at Winston Salem,
and the fifth at Athens, Oa.,ayear'
Ki). The larue altendaiue at llie
sixtli conterenee now in session ill our
city is the bt.j.t evidence of the in
ns sclio, I lund. 1 cannot conceive ot ,
a liner educational investment than' in.nle woiuleltill process.! sn
this, uoere one phiianthr pic dollar is eiiiio that for a th.iils.iinl Ve ils In
met bv another philanthropic d llai :al l"-'ti ell lo t' a vi aje ol a s.n e.
aud 1 0,11 local d -llai s, all tlom pi, v air yr r!,.M..,nil slid "tln-ie Is still a
s.uiues. and at the same time a h li . ,.,..,,,.. ..,, ,i ,,i i,.ii,,raiie.v :i soil
amount ol Meioiisiiess ami a tie
Is .'lice ill
d .li s , ei , 1 p
see. I ploilll. !.o
i t year, a
a nt inn 1
lr.. 111 this
1 1 II ' 1 1 1 -r ol otlspiili;
n.lv is elicjiu.iiied to vote a;
an.iuil t.u that wi.l penuanriitiv.
do-i: e the . otu len-'y of its s -b -oi .
j II ti.i pi .positifU sh miI. be kept
up tbrciislieiit the canity the f i... o
.oven ! v llie (ieneral f lu ation b co 1
will icsalt ill the uisiuu o! Jj-v, ...o in
the count v by pru ate subsn iptioii and
a spec.il tax tor schools an . . u li I . :i c
a-.t:o:a!!v to ni'ie than fio. ooo. I'n
d .iietedly this t in would be voted
s. -in. tin e in the near future without
a:.! :r mi any outside soinre; and it is
p: per to say here that I had the
piomise ol fl.500 fl ml liieeiisboio
pe-.ple lor slinoilatint pin pose bet ue
the ijeneral Education H aid atted
j tu duplicate all we w, uld taise. 11 t
' ejieedim; 54,.ko, but without the
I stimiiltis of its teller mi.-, otfel we eoiihl
not have hoped for a l.uce fund, and
the volmj; of the special 1 01 il tax in
thetillal distinlsot (eull ud county
. 1. Id have been postponed to a con
siderably later date,
lu ies thau two years from tie
date of the (jieenshoru conference it
is probable that liinlloid enmity alone
will have mote special school tax com
munities than all the State ot North
Carolina had ten years ai;o, includiiii;
its towns and cities.
We ran conceive of 110 finer w uk
than tin", liod Almighty himself helps
those who help themselves, Pr. Mr 1
Iversivs duly that this woik would
probably have hw il done soiiiet.inc
without the stiinuUtiue, woik of the
conference, but in the meantime more
ol the boys and tills of Ninth Caiolina
and the South would lose their oppot
tuiuties in the tare of life. I'l 0111 ah
of the above it will be seen that the
erf oils of such of our friends of the
Notth who are enlaced in this woik
are prompted merely by a friendly de
sue to do i;ood, and that sin 11 aid as
they may be able to Rive mines gener
ously and unselfishly, and with 110
dotmatic conditions. It shuuld be le
reived in the same spirit.
meinloiis am. unit of 1 .1 1 n. ami
llll'irtlessies.s lliteiuuiiole.l With
j II Mi. level iml li.nl U eti au ohl
-illen ot the South he Would have
1 'llelote freed. Ull c.lllie the lie Ji..
as il.u lie. niotal. in.liisti ions, and
I as intelligent as tIlolls.Hl, Is of the
lllli'illlcateil while I pie ol tin-
'South. N"t an oiitr.ioe was . m
mitteil by them ililt'llio the war
1 1 .nil the I'otolii.ti' to the l::o
4 i l imit'. There was not acuivi.t
-.imp nor a hain .11-4 in ail Ilo-
'South I he tu.ili iaoe rehitloii w.is. t ,;k , 1WII, 1Mv,.s. we
l.iilliliilly ol.s.'1-veil. ami ne-io lam 1 ,-1 ,,1,,. ,, eeie.set1e vi ulth
t tiles w on- eoiiti-ute.l ami happy .bu , , , , t. ,..,-
: most of them had kind masters .m,
1 mistresses, who would i;il up in Crime Auainls a ChilJ.
sie. shape color and coinp.'si 1..11,
a select "hi an 1 1. in. ule w Inch w ill
del .-lop :lll feature of llie seeil or
plant. Hi 10, ' 1011. . I s.-lei : inn,
those l.i'ililile at'llblites e.l I lie
' I 111 l ie t h ll.lriel sH s el the
p' lilt, ai.-l t!o' Usefulness atlilllll
p ., t. to. 1 1 1' -1 -1". .p 1 ncrea st il. I'o
illllsl i tie the point : We I. lie
! II aide, lo, si-let'tillj: e.tls I1.1V 'li
It'll. sh.iliks, to im lease (he it ntll
.. ! he shai.k 01. illy Iviofeet i:. li . e
eats' sti, t t l..;i. Ill selt-et ili e.l' s
w Itii tail -laiks. ve have lt.-eii alto
;,i u t t.-. is.- the hel,.lil of the t i!k
a'tiios', Ihiee lot I Hiiut'ieals.
st let 1 111' e 11 s lioiii pi. nils h.iinv
II ole if. IV es. we have broil ;il.!e to
. in to. ise tiie average w idlli 1. 1 the
it'll, an.l In st-.reliu ears !i..;u
oltetl as the llowers fade he take
tin 111 away and brim.' fresh one.
This ho.iso, which is thro feet
io!!) an.l a foot lnirh, is very larp
f ir two l.'.tie lur.ls. Indeed, th
hoii-e is Bin pie eiioticli to accoiiinitv
iate a faiiiilv of tacntv. Tlie par-
is Iaroe in proportion and
1- sotut tiiias -in f.-et loup ami even
lnt iiT. It i sa .1 thut t!ie H'ople
think mi in in li of these birds that
tl.. v 11, 1. r harm them. Ami now
you iini'. wi-li 10 know how this lit
tle wi.lbar Is t'.res-til. The toll of
hi- li. i.d, his t.u. k, his uus 11 mi his
tail nre brown, uinl his breii-t in a
ere. n. -h nnl. lu size he is alniut as
lar.c u- a robin.
Th Cat and the Doughnut.
Tit - is a true story that my
.T.ili'lUlt.thtT bctl l:ic ill.out her I'ttt
Blitl t!o. She tist-,1 to lititl tin- cover
n:f lii r iloa' himt jur and also no
that lor iloihtnits iIimiji-
Or.- tluv she heurtl a iioiso and
it her cut was on tlie shelf
t1., t'.ouohliuts Were kept.
11 it pi t is paw iii the jar nnd
.b...o!in.:t ami piislutl It
I. ami the tl.tir. who was
ioo',:'i' up at the out, caupht tlie
doii'jf.ntit iti le-mouth and ate it.
Wb-ii th.i fo'itnl tluv were
ra 1.1:. t!.e .i.-ttsl ierv -raillv. tur
!'i.;.r 1. ..:-.! I ri. in!-. '
f'C I f
liillilsler to their
;ttH-s had to be punislii
Suit of the Alabama Negroes Dis
missed. , ii-I.iii.'-..i. l.:.i,.t.'ll. .TUl.
I'.y it divided Ih'iiiIi live to
three Just tee Iay lieinjc alisent,
the l iiiled States Stipienie 'out I
lotlay denied the npplicat ion of
1 dm k.stin W. (iiles on Isdialf of him
.Ull se. ami so tlo I'lil Willie I'll'i
tlreii, lull it seldom had to lie done.
Talk altoiil the shackles ami tin'
chains of shivery, Il is all rot ai d
iiuaotiialioti. Our rhiidieti have a
master until they aie 'Jl. The no
.'in bail one all his life. and. is
Mr. I'arkhiirst s,m. most ,.f iheni
neo. I oue, ami 11. f.l oue now, ami
so do tllolKinils of white peopio.
The fact Is there are lew people
who have 11.. I one. I do li-.t
iidniit thai I I1.11 e. but 1 hai e a
mistress, and that is the sumr
I hilt;;. There is nut a t h rk in a
store, whether male or female, h it
! is under the control of soiiii IumIv :
imt a conductor on a railroad tun
a s iilor mi a sh'p nor a pupil it;
the schools imr a poiit'eliuiit ill the
towns. Nine tenths t.f the people
in eii liieil countries are siil-oidi
lute to the ol hi'i lentil, and it looks
like everybody ill these I iiitetl
Stales Iteloii,' In Teddy Knosevclt.
save a lew In sult's nil sell ami soiui
The oltl time slave (ot a pood,
fair etliieal ion from contact with
their master ami their master's
children ami that is where they
had the ailvatil,i;.'e of the poor
whiles. Most of the f.imilv set
Soai t hiii p. 11 1 .es hav call tlay been
sr. .111 in,; the sinroiimlin ' toinl ry
I'.r .1 -Iiii I'attis, who last nilit
tliUillialil ilss.iilitetl the t'll year
..'I tl iii.-i,:.'! ..t Nir. and Mrs. .j. I-'.
1l.1w.1v oi this it .
I'.it l is, w ho is iiii rvpoi I
tep.ii'ti. came to Asi"il!c
creasiiii! interest in its patriotic mis
sion and of the crow 1111; appreciation 1 self and o.lMHI other lieproes in
of our peopio in its beneficent work. j Monlpomcrv enmity. Ala., to colli -
A Rood deal ut misconception, it
Bretns to us, has urisdii on this subject,
some persons and newspapers bavmc
fcotie so far as to pretend to believe
that tlias is a wholesale effort of the
North to establish social equality in
the South. Some fifteen or twenty
pel the registrars of the county to
place their names on the rcptslru
tion books. The case win ltrniipht
in the Kederal t'niiil fur the dis
triot of Alabama, allcu'ini; the de
privation of their coii.stitiitioii.il
t ipht under the fourteenth and til'
teelith iiliieliilllicllts, hut the court
tl : s no,, ,, do some woik ill llie
e.'tt..i mills hen'. He secured
I't-aid with the Ca'iw.iy family..
a ' 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 1 1 l : 1 s his re, pet till tit lip
pel anee that last nlhl they did
in. I hesitate lo leave him alone 1:1
llie l.olls.- w lib their, hlltll. II W lllle
they weif al a in iplihni 's Inuise
not lil'ty sti psawiiy.
loll 110 s,i.,;n i were the Intither
.liol Lit tier out 1. 1 llie house II
the ilt Il Itroke loose in the mail
an.l e.ilclilli the child by thej
tlllo.i! he l linked her lido iliseli
siliihty and ilraiuj; her iiitn an
ii-1 1 . 1 : 1 1 ! . 1 0.1111 thi ie ilttetiipteil to
iii't't.liipllsli his pin p ise. He i'ailetl. I
lloweiel , ow 111.; to Hie ret ill II of I ho i
parents w In 1 came into the house ,
lt the liai k door, lli'iinn;; thein
. . . 1, . . . 1 .-. .1. .. : .1.1.. I
, leiiiiniii 1 ai 1 is n il uie iiiseiiMiuc , ,, f,.,, ,..
1 nun an. I uiaue hlsescaH' ny llie
The alarm nils soon piveii and
liotlies of men heinled by Mrs. t'al
nway's two sous started after the
litlid, who. up to this hour, has
tl in I'luditi); capture.
The Senator too (iajr.
li !o . '.-I I .... - . -.,-.-'.
Senator Clark, uf Molilalia, one
of the i n best men iii the I'liited
Slates Seiiatv, is Iihi susceptible by
fir, and hence he is in trouble. A
handsome y.uiiio, woiiiau Utok apent
cillnl on the S'tialnr and caupht
him at once. He not only lioupht
many b.Miks but he invited the
yoiitiK lady to dine at the Waldorf
Astoria, .lust how lunch he spent
in i liaiiipapiie ami just how pay he
pot doth 11 it .M l appear, but doubt
less w ill lie lifoiiphl out in inter
estiup evitleuee Im-Ioiv the full is
oier. for last week the youthful
female !,Kik merchant commenced
ptoceetlitip apaiiisl Mr. Chirk.
She claimed that he promised to
marry her and she want f l.'iii.tHKl
tlaniiipe for liteach nf promise
t l.iik is rich ciintiph In .stand il.
A pirl w ears 1 ibliniis so thai thev
will show throuph summer cluthe
ami then pretend to lie cmlutrraMH-
etl il Mill notice II.
11 IflT Tl
THE I EST SHOE
Wo Have It !
(hat can ho niado
fur tho nionov.
a .' .. ' -"T-VVJr
w lrw. a. . if"
tok SOUTHERN MAIDS
Big Special Sill Sale.
Yard wide Black Taffeta, $1.25 kind, . . . 98c.
Corded Taffeta Silk, worth double tho price, . . 38c.
Yard Taffeta Silk, in white, G7c.
Our Millinery Store
Represents the brightest thoughts of tho foremost de
signers of this country, and the way our trimmers are at
work shows that we have captured this whole section. Biggest
trade we ever had. Now, in order to get your hat in good
time, place your order as soon as possible.
Crowds are still flocking to
t Choapost Storo on Earth.
l!ii;ht or ten bim-ls of Irish
potutjcs, rlitap. Any kind )ou
want, lor seed or ealin-; purpoe.
Cynic ta see me Indole v'u buy.
S. K. ! I .k.
Nice while kraut at to rents
gallon al Flow's store.
y.ara ago there was a inramirc before .dismissed the cases for want ol"
Congreds known as the "Illair Hill. "jurisdiction, anil on that ipiestinn
which proposed to divide up certaiu it was bniiij;ht to the Supreme
funds in the national treasuty aiiioiiR j rt nil npK-!il and by ceitilicate.
the various States for educational pur-! .'m-Hcc Holmes, in deliveriiiu the
n i or iv toiin tin. so ii lie 1 1 iiesi it in
poses. Suiitlipni journals cried out
loudly that the South should not ac
cept her part because it was contrary
to the doctrine of States' rights! Hut
these sane journals were willin to go
on calmly in the discussion of out
worn tariff platitudes and let the chil
dren contiuue to crow up without the
means ol fittiiik themselves for enjoy
ing the birthright ol every American.
lha cry ot the present is on a par
From the clipping r opied above il
will be teen that this matter ia as
much a Southern movement as a North
em one, and what Northern aid conies
wilt come under Southern direction
and in conjunction with local self help.
The effort, so far as giving is con
cerned, it simply to do lor the rural
schools what the Peabody fund bai all
these years done for the city and town
schools, with never a kick I Another
cry has been mide in regard to the
education of the negro. This move
ment stands towards the negro in the
exact position that Mr. Grover Cleve
land so aptly outlined in his New York
speech week before last, and which
has been to highly praised by tome of
tbs journals which are now looking
with an unfriendly eye towards this
Dr. Charles D. Mclver, one of the
of jurisdiction and the merits of
the case at bar were sn iiiterwnven
that it liecaiiii necessary for llie
point to take tip both, for it was
impossible in a suit like this, that
the relief sought should lie granted.
It would be an extraordinary and
unheard of extension of political
To ib.- K.llier ..( The Journal:
It afforda me pleasure to recom
mend the I'nion ltenevolent Life
Insurance ". lo the people of
I'nion county. It U the cheapest
form of insurance and is at the
lame time a benevolent I nst it ut ion.
Our people should patronize it lib
erally. W. S. Lke.
The Savings, Loan aud Trust Co.
pays interest quarterly on small
amounts deposited. Start an ac
count with it and have your chil
dren to do it
Home seekers! Look np in this
Issue the advertisement of the auc
tion sale of lots on easy tertiis by
the. Union Real Estate Company.
Bring me your scrap Iron. J.
S. R. Doster
vanls cniilil read, not ithstautlin
there mis a Ian fnrhiddin-; their: succeed.
U'iiiL' taiiL'ht. shackles ehailis!i
Where is m crin.lsi. and my The King Smacked l our Times.
liike and my 'iivf The nero, cspc Ibniie. April J7. Kin; Kdward
cially I host' of the copper col 1 1 arrived here from Naples this uf-
typed don't mean mulattos, are j toi 110..11. ami is received by Kiiic
natural born mechanics. We had Victor I) niiiiiel in person, who
in (icoroiii more nepo cat pt iilers, . escorted the visitiuj,' Hovcn inn
blacksmiths ami shoemakers than ,throuj;h theihuseli packed streets.
thi'iewei'etthitesofthe.sauielraile.'ll'tir .Maiesties received a great
These kind of mechanics are in llie popular ovatinu. Kinc Kdward,
State now, but I hey didn't come! ho was standing on the plallnnn
from Tuskoccoe. For several ycais;'l his railroad car when the train
I have Imimi Inokini: for a lalMtritij;! reached the station, descended
iiuduiitt- of that school or any olh-1 '' almost before the train stop
er ncjiro school, but have iwt 'found pod. K inji Victor Kmniuiiiicl
one. A New York friend tnld me . "'epped quickly forward ami the
not Ion-; hjjo that I cniihl 1 1 1 it I fifty ! two moimivhs embraced and kissed
of them as waiters in hotel iu New 'each other four times, the Italian
York city. That is all right. The Kiiig say ing ipiiti Iibly in Fug
money fur their education came bsh: "I welt ietith all my
from tip there ami we can spaicthe heart to Koine." The crowds
whole turnout. ".fust ci -ged along the Utiile, followetl by the
from bondage and ignorance ami Kings numlicrcd Iu.oihi, included
; 10.0'Hi to ltiniillntisliantl a great
many A 11101 leans, as show 11 by the
niinilier of Stars and StiiK'K dis
To Whom It May Concern.
I hereby certify thai I have this
day applied for insurance in The
Union linevolcnt Life Insurance
Company. I know all of the offi
cers personally and have entire
confidence in their integrity and
ability, and believe their plan of
insurance will prove under their
management highly successful,
Frank Akmi ikld.
If a woman can't find any disn
grcealili gossip to tell ulmut ims)
pie she knows she can get almost as
of telling it nt stilt
L i 1w1.11 .nji.xasn
" For 23 years I r.svt r.i :r
misted taking Aver't Sjrsstaii.'l
every spring. It cle:.s:s nr
blood, makes rr.e feel iirnnj, t::S
doet me gooj in eveiy way." j
John F. Hodncne, lirooklyn, N.T.
Pure and rich blood
carries new life to every
part of the body. You
are invigorated, refresh sd.
You feci anxious to be
active. You become strong,
what Aycr's Sarsaparilla
will do for you.
IIJtatMIM. ail tnnWi
a.k rtmr aw. hst b tt.lt. at of arr't
Sirr.ll. H kttowa .11 !! Iklflkraka
irf UmiirmtiM. SoMuwluaeluU
j i. aria Co.. Lmn, Mm.
This is to state that we have
applied for polices in The Union
Benevolent Life Insurance Com
pany, and we heartly recommend
the company to those who desire
insurance at the lowest possible
cost. This is a home company
and our people should give it a
K P. V. PlYLER.
Mrs. P. P. W. Plyler.
E. C. Williams.
All the Groceries
that a family of five or six could
use in a day can be purchased
here for a very moderate sum of
money. Hut low price is not the
sjle point upon which we make a
bid for business. High quality
comes first. Then low price.
Good family flour $1 75 sack;
gallor. of molasses 1 5c. ; granulat
ed sugar IS pounds for t 00; and
other things in proportion.
Country pioduce bought at
h it lies t prices; call on us before
selling. M. C. BROOM.
Old Dispensary Stand, Phone 63.
The following are Hit prevailing
prices being paid on this market to
day, the date of issue of the paper.
The market it of course tuhject to
Onions, 90c to $1.10 per bushel.
Irish potatoes, 6c to yjc per bushel.
Sweet potatoes, 50c to 65c per bo.
Chickens, hens, je to joceach. -
Chickens, spring, according to siae,
15c lo 15c each.
Ecus, ue to tic per donen.
Guineas, is Je lo i8e each.
Mutter, use to ijc per pound.
Hams, ue to 13c per pound.
Dried applet, 4 Sc lo 5c. par pound.
Dried peaches, 6c to 8c per pound
Cora, 60c to 6jc.
The Loudest Gun
Is not necessarily llie best
sh'-Hitcr. We make no pre
lense of earning the biggest
lock in M.inroe. but we do
Good Fresh Groceries
As cheap as anybody
and pay the strictest atten
tion to our customer's wants
(iive us a call. t
Prompt delivery. Phone 201.
W. A. STEWART,
Next door to Heath-Morrow Co.
Notice of Administration.
lliviiiK litis day nalifird hrfoie E.
A. Arniheld, Clerk Supeiior Court of
I'nion county, N. C, as administrator
of Welt-h Dunlap, deceased, all per
sons holding claims against said estate
are notified lo present the same to the
undersigned administrator on or he
lots the 13th day of April, 19114,01
tins notice will be pleaded iu bar of
Ihi'ir right of recovery, l'eraont in
debted to said estate art notified to
make immediate payment and save
cost. This the ntliilayof April, looj.
THE SAVINGS, LOAN AND
TKL'ST CO., Administrator
of Welsh Dunlap, deceased.
Kedttiue & Stack, Attys.
Having this day, after due tualinca
li.ni, been granted letters of ailniinii
tiation upon the estate uf W. K. Hasty,
deceased, by E. A. Armfield, Clerk uf
the Superior Court of I'nion couuty,
N. C, thit it to notify all persons iu
dehted to said estate that immediate
payment of such indebtedness is here
by required; and all persons having
claims against the estate of said intes
tate are hereby notified to present the
time to the undersigned utor before
April 21, 1904, or thit notice will he
plrtded iu bar of their recovery. Thit
April 17, 190J.
THE SAVINGS, LOAN AND
TKL'ST CO,, Administrator
uf W. K. Hasty, deceased.
By Adamt, Jeroms & Armfield
and E. C. Williams, Atlyt.
City Tax Salea.
ht virtu f the Vt Tat l.UI In Bit ha nil
for fitii-t-tisin mud th fT'Ur lh-tvsa dim-itriat
llir fileMtnn tsf UtM sflbi lh TftJ f Moiipsp,
111 sas 1 1 B puMic urima, t hr rHirt htmm
t-irlii Moiin-r. 4n i
Monday, the 4th day of May,
for lh iMiriw-r tf rill-rrtln thi litw ilnf
mi th- pnfi'tv W th ptrnti nanwil hlw. 1
lh ftllt tng lantlw irttn litu Iw-lmtrln in ,
lh ttrsfi nainrsi tx th? taira ipHHitW Ihrir 1
RAMI. LA KM. TaXia Ml. ,
H-liw-v i P., iwt
I ht nr tr hav m
is I'n.iJ, I ".it it's better w hen
f.i'lnMcd up with a few pieces
Pretty New Furniture.
VVe can jjlvc you any style
nt a low figure, ntid guaran
tee it to be tha prettiest and
most durable to be had.
Look over our Mock.
T. P. DILLON,
furniture Dealer and Funeral Director.
Store Phone 7; Residence I'hone 84.
1 A. LEVY.
Htl"tfl, Hantl.1... 1 M4 nr. WBIi-r vrk S4I
i-miii.W4l. W. T I l Itt.Sw.r Mns-i. I
Miliar? , D A I lot rltlf j lonuF. t 4
If Iiim Ar attf pa. .1 ltpf.rv ttar nf mW wllh
irft Uti at
iHt, the tta
April t, !.
ultt lr r-h -ald
I, H'tniH. !
fkW nf l-.tllt and
I llr Tail ollnM I
irmnnnri TiTrnrnmrntnriTTnriTm m
I MRS. A. LEVY.
Who Will Lead
Why A. Levy, of course. He always
does. If you will notice tho great work
going on at his store you will see that he
is opening up the finest stock of
Clothi im' and
ever brought to Monroe. He has just come back from the
big Northern ITarkcts and his goods are now rolling in on
every train. The ladles In tow n and country are invited to
come In and Inspect our fine lines of dry goods an J millinery,
all that the prettiest material and the mo.it skillful fingers
can do for you. And as for clothing everybody knows that
Levy's "High Art Clothing"
Is the best tor fit and wear sold in America to-day. All that
our friends and customer need to do to get suited w Ith the
best goods and carry off the fne.tt bargains in any of our
line of goods is to come to our store.
I A. LEVY.
MRS. A. LEVY.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet, jb
SalslMkMtaMhtMrt l2o-tW. This. liS-nattrr. vf?- yVTSr
ta Tsr Days.