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STATE'S ATTORN BT.
Weareantbortced to announce that Mr. Angui
Leek li an Independent candidate for State'o At
torney of Alexander County, In the approaching
We are aulhorlred to annoince William N. But
ler ai the Republican candidate for electlen to the
omcooj state Attorney of Alexander County.
We are autb.ortr.ed to annonnce Mr. Alexander
H. Ityln a an JndeDendent candidate for re
election to the offiea of Circuit Clerk, In the
ccmlng electloc in November.
We are authorleed to annonnce the name of
Richard Fitigerald ai a caididate for re-eiectlan
to the office of Coroner at the enialog November
KELLY SAYS TAMMANY WILL DO
ITS BEST FOR CLEVELAND.
From the N. Y.Mall ind KxpreM, Sept, 13
John Kelly was sauntering down Broad
way weiring a eelf -aatisfied smile when a
reporter for the Hail and Express corralled
him about Fourteenth street. "What do
I think about last night's meetingf" said
he, repeating the reporter's first question.
"It shows that Tammany Hall will not go
back od its record as a Democratic organ
ization, and will heartily support the Dem
"Some doubt is expressed is to the heart
iness of the endorsement."
"I don't see why it should be questioned.
A sweeping majority Tote carried the reso
lutions, and what more could be expected f
"Why,1 then, was Grady so liberally
cheered and so enthueically supported in
bis stand against the governor!"
"It was the outsiders present and not
the committeemen who did most of the
cheering and hissing the gallery and the
rear f the room."
"Some think that all but.the merubers of
the committee and representatives of the
press should have been excluded."
"It was the original intention to keep
all others out, but when we learned that
so many were desirous of witnessing the
proceedings, we decide to throw the doors
open to the public as an act of courtesy.
The utmost freedom prevailed, as the re
sult shows, as to how each one of the mem
bers of the committee should vote "
"What do you consider will be the result
of the meeting."
"That I cannot say, but I hope for the
"What of Grady's political future!"
"Mr. Grady's destiny is in his own hands.
By coming out for Butler aa he did he
leaves the Tammany organization."
When Mr. Blaine walked down to the
polls the other day, did he fling his shining
ance full and fair in the face of whisky,
or did he fling it fair and full in the face
Talkiho about slotfsns, Maine has gone
for Blaine and prohibition, flow would
that do to fly at the editorial heads of the
Republican newspapers in this state? - Cin
cinnati Enquirer. -
Set it down as an undeniable fact the
Republican clatter about Democratic frauds
in Ohio is to cover stupendous Republican
frauds,' including a large importation of
negroes from Kentucky, and ballot-box
The Blaine organ that cm find that the
new Mulligan letters are creditable to
Blaine would no donbt be immeasurably
pleased if it could be shown that Blaine is
a professional burglar and occasionally on
dark nights takes the road with a sand
bag. Chicago Times.
No onb who ever entered the white
house as the president of the United States
encountered greater abuses to reform thsu
those which will confront President Cleve
land, and no man ever brought to the dis
charge of that duty a more earnest purpose
than be will bring.
A pukcious lot of cranks calling them
selves the American Polities! Alliance have
just nominated what they term a president
ial ticket, with W. L. Ellsworth, of Penn
sylvania, for president, and C. II. Water
man, of New York, lor vice-president. To
add to the feeling of general disgust at
such performances, Belvah Lock wood cool
ly discusses her imagined candidacy, says
the contest is between her and Blaine, and
outlines ber presidential oolicv. "Here
wn come, darn our fool souls; somebody
head us," appears to be a proper sort of
a national motto in these
Tuk action of Tammany this year serves
a double purpose to Democrats. The 60,
ouo honest members of the organization
V.U1 support the Democratic ticket; and
would without the endorsement of Tarn
many, while the purchasable and mercan
tile portion of Tammany will kick under
the lead of Grady, and thus the Democra
cy will be benefitted, because fur every
I, kick of this marketable clement, tbrea
Independent votes will be gained. A recon-
cilation of this element to the ticket would
have left an impression that its support waa
purchased, because that ia the only way to
get it, and that belief, would have turned
many votes iuto the Republican carop.lhe
Democratic cause is benefitted through
Tammany by the portion it ' attracts and
benefitted by the portion it repels. '
The Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette
(Blaine Rep.) pats up a signal f distress.
Of the situation in Qamilton county it
says: "It's no uso hiding the, truth; the
bankers and business men of the Republi
can party in Cincinnati are not responding
to appeals for campaign funds as generous
ly as heretaforo. They are inclined to be
cold toward Blaine. It is a burning dis
grace on Cincinnati Republicans that the
expeuses of the big ratification meeting at
Music Hall have not been met yet. The
Young Men's Blaine and Logan club have
not given one dollar of the lf0 they prom
ised." N. Y. Daily News.
At the immense workingmen's mars
meeting recently held in New York city,
a declaration of twenty-four 'reasons for
voting for Cleveland was adopted and one
hundred thousand copies ordered to be
printed for distribution. The declaration
sets forth in comprehensive language the
benefits accruing and to accrue to working
men in every one of Grover Cleveland's
vetoes of legislative measures concerning
which Republican papers have attempted
to make capital, and wherein his approval
of other measures tend to the general wel
fare of that commonwealth. The working
men of New York rightly conclude that a
man who has the ability to faithfully and
impartially govern a great stated can be
trusted to fill the presidential chair.' Their
confidence in Cleveland will not be mis
placed. The Misericord la.
Thoso who have been in Florence
have often seen, crossing the narrow
streets at night, a long funeral proces
sion moving slowly toward the Porta
Pinta; and no one cm have seen it
without a feeling akin to awe. The
flickering torches with their lurid light
are borne, by men shrouded la black
from head to foot. Their faces are
concealed under black masks, and they
carry on their shoulders a coffin, cov
ered with a black pall. The idlers in
the street make way respectfully and
murmur: "It is the Misericordia."
That measured tread, those ghastly
masks, thoso shroud-like dresses, the
strange, uncertain light of the torches,
the fantastic procession all powerful
ly impress the mind of the passer-by
who seos that solemn show for the first
time, and he involuntarily asks:
"What does all this mean? Whv are
all those men so closely masked? Why
do the people make way so respectful
ly?" Sometimes one meots the same pro
cession in the daytime, but now the
collio is reDlaced bv a litter, the black-
cloth of which is lifted up on one side.
Here again the bearers are the Miser!
cordia, carrying; 80me invalid from his
home to the hospital.
in deep silence the men carry their
suffering burden with a pace so steady
and a band so firm, that scarce any
motion of the litter Is perceptible.
Long practice and careful training
have made them adepts in the art of
nursing; and there are no better or
ganizers or executants of ambulance
service than they.
After having succesnfully struggled
against the greatest sconrge of human
ityplague the Misericordia under
took the treatment of that new foe that
presented Itself in the nineteenth cen
tury that was almost as deadly chol
era. When this m alady first appeared in
Florence, it found all the brothers
at thoir posts ready for the
fearful, battle. Other towns of
Italy prove to us that , not every one
considered it bis duty to lay down his
life for his neighbor. But such are the
force of habit and tradition that, while
our cities lost heart and were distract
ed, tbo brothers of the Misericordia
calmlv went on in the way traced out
for tlem by tlio.se six preceding cen
turies of patient und enduring self- ab
negation. In the beginning the habit
ual signal-bell was used for assembling
the members, but, as cases of sudden
death became daily more frequent, and
as tho lugubrious sound contributed to
the general feeling of uneasiness, It
was decided to put an end to it. Un
happily lack of work was never felt
Sometimes seventy-seven litters were
in use atone time, without speaking of
cases of ordinary illness, which aver
aged seventeen daily. The brothers
were always found to be in sufficient
numbers: four to carry the litter,
while four others followed to relievo
them. Now in rich palaces, but more
often in ruisernblo hovel, tliu brothers
went up three or four stories of dirty
stairs, entered the Infectious room of
the dying dyinjr. not on a bed or ou a
mattress, but on a foul hep of straw;
with thoir tonder and well-trained
hands, thoy lifa-d up tho sick man, ami
putting him upon their shoulders, in
all his ropulsivu hideousness, they went
down those) often dangerous stairs,
through dark, narrow puBsagei, and
then gontly deposited their charge on
the litter that awaited them below.
During tho iutensu heuts, when the
, thermometer marked ninety degrees in
the shade, aud every Florentine shel
tered himself behind the thick walls of
hi palace against the scorching rays
of the sun, tho charitable profession,
crossing tho dsrlod streets, might he
seen at the hottest hours of the day.
Ada DakmniM, in the Munhnttrtn.
The bog peat of Mexico is now being
nsed on a considerable scale as fuel
for locomotives, . stationary engines,
smelting purposes, smiths' 11 res and
household uso. The peat is mixed
with a proportion of bitumen, and Is
aid not only to burn freely, and with
out smoke in much quantity, but to
give a higher dynamic equivalent of
beat than tho samp amount of wood. ,
And Every Species of Itching- and Burn'
ing Diseases Positively Cared.
TCZBM A, or Halt Rheum, with it agoaliing
lit itcning ana nnrning, lniunuy reuevta oy I
warm bath with Cuticnra Soap, and a tingle appll
cation of Cmlcure, the great Hkln Cnre. This
pealed dally, with two or three dose of Cuticura
Heaolvent, the New Blood Partner, to keep the
blood cool, the ponplritlon pure and nirritattog,
the bowel open, the liver and kidneys active, will
peedlly cure Kcreraa, Tetter, Ringworm, Psoria
tic, Lichen, I'rurttu-, Scald d Head, Dandrufl, and
every spectre of Itching, Scaly and Pimply Humor
of the Scalp and Skin, when the best p yalclans
and all known remedies fall.
Will McDonald. 8513 Dearbon St Chicago,
gratc-fally acknowledge a enra of 8at Rhenm on
bead, neck, face, arme and legs for seventeen year ;
not able to walk except on hand and knees lor one
year; not able to help himself for eight vear;
tried hundred of remedlea; doctor pronounced
hit case hopelet' ; permanently cored bv Cuticura
Retolvent (b oort purifier) internally, ana Cutlcire
and Cuticura Soap (the great skin cures )externally.
Chas. Houghton, Esq., lawyer, !M State St., Bot
not, reports a caae of ! t Rheum under hi obter
vatlon for ten ear. which covered the patient'
bodv and llmbt, and to which all known method
of treatment had been applied without benefit,
wb'ch wat completely enred by Cuticcha Rims
diss, leaving a c ean tnd healthy skin.
f. n. Drake, Esq.. Detroit, Mich.,uftVred nntoM
ortures from sait Rheum, which appeared on his
hindt, bead and face, and nearly deitroyed his
eyes. After the moat careful doctoring and a con
tultatlon of physicians failed to relieve him, he
uied the Citictra Kmkdixs, and was cared, and
has remained so to date.
Kr. .Tolin Theil, Wilkeebarre, Pa., write :-I
have tufiVred from Salt Rhenm for over eight year,
at timet to bad that I could not atteud to mv butl
net forweekt ata time. Three boxei of Icticuiu
and four bottle Rksolvint have entirely cared
me of thi dreadful dieaae.
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yt EC-TRIO ,ery ron,blne'1 with a highly
s. meoicinai piatt-r lor c.
Climbing the Spiral Stairs.
Invisible Arcliitecture in a Sew
Yes," the said, "our children are married and
eon-, and my husband and 1 alt by our winter fire
much as we 'ld bi fore the little ones came to widen
the circle. I ife Is tomethltg like a tpiral stair
case: we are all the time coming around over the
spot we tt&rted fr m, only one degree furthur np
This 1 a ireity ilinttra'.Ion," remarked her
Irlend, musingly, gazing Into the glowing coals
which radiated a pleasant best from the many-
windowed stove. "You know we cannot stop toll
ing np the hill, thou.L."
Surely we cannot, and for myst-lt I don't find
fault with that necessity provided the advance In
life I not attend- d w'tli calamity or suffering, fur I
have hart niy tbare of that. Not long eince my
health utterly broke down. My tyttem waa full of
ma ar a. My mgcettoti became thoronglvdlanrder
eJ and mv nerve were in a wretched ttate. I was
languid, ate little and that without enjoying it, and
baa no ttrenptn or amtitiiou to perlorm even mv
light honeubold dut es. Medical treatment failed
to reach the teat of the trouble. The d teate
which teemed to be weaknei of all the vital organ
progressed until I had several attacks which my
lhyiiciai prunoinrcd to be acute congestion of
theatcmarh. 'J'belattof theae was a detperate
straggle and ! given up to die. As the crisis
hail partially pattKi, my nnanand beard of the
mari s of PARK R's TONIC at an Invigorant In
Jutt tuch caae as mine. I took it and felt hi good
en cts ai one, iiappeareo in prevaue my onay.a
tlinnghthe bletatngof new life bad eoue to me.
Taklug fio otbe-medii Ina I continued to improve,
ana am now in oeiter neaitn tntn i nave ren tor a
Bxtract from 1 frview wnn the wire o' Rev. P.
Perry, pattor of Baptist Church, Coldbrook, Mats.
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Ptblilty, Mwrtd aid
fhystcal Weakness, tnarlal aad Ctker
afleetleas t Tbraat, Skin aid aee, Bloed
Iisarttles and Bleod ralsoilis;. Ski Aflto-
Mons, Old Hon and tlaera, ImatdlaftS U
Karrlag, Rktiiatlw, Pllta. gpaelal at;
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