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B. A. Bl KNK IT,
Pabliaber and Proprietor,
0 ROVER GLEVLAND,
of New York.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
a FOn GOVERNOR.
of Cook County,
FOR CONGRESSMAN. Sum Dial.
F. E. ALBRIGHT,
SfAod the balance of the Democratic ticket
STATE'S ATTORN KY.
We are authorized to announce that Mr. Angne
Leek la an Independent candidate fur State'a At
torney of Alexander County, in the apprjacbinj;
We are auihor'xed to announce William N. Bnt
ler at the Republican candidtte fo election to the
office oj State'a Attorney of Alexander County.
We arc authorize to announce George W. Hen
drlcke, Ecq.. aa In lepemlent candidate for Stiitc'i
Attorney of Alexander county.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Alexander
H. Irvin aa a i Independent candidate fur re
election to the oftl-e of Circuit Clerk, In the
coming election In November.
We are authorized to announce the name of
Richard Fitzgurald aa a candidate fjr re election
to the office of Coroner at the eutiitig November
We are authorized to announce the name of
Tbonne B. Vallette. of Santa Fee Precinct, a an
Independent candidate for County Commineioner
at tbaenaulng November elocti n.
We are authorized to a-nouucii lco. W. Sum"
moni. of Thehea, an Iudepe dent candidate for
County Commicttoner of alciand r county, at the
enaulng November ele tloti.
Don. WM. K. ML'RI'HY
will address the people ut New Grand Chain,
Wedneday,0ct,8J, at 1 p. in.; at Pulaski, Oct.
8), 7 p.m.
lion. GEO. W. HILL,
Democratic candidate for Ktute Senator, will
addreaa the people at the following tint- a and
flacen: Eaot Cape liiritrdoaa, Tuesday, Oct. 21, at
p. ".', eUl re'a rch lol-houce, Tueadav, Oct.
SI, at 7 p. m.;Thebec, Mondav, OjI. , at I p. m ;
Oilve Branch, Wednesday. Oct. 24. at 7 p. m.j
Commercial Point, Thursday, Oct. ii, at 1 p.m.
Hon. M. IIARTZELL:
Plnckneyvllle, Mondav, Oct. 7, at 7 p. m.j
Tamaroa, Tufday. Oct. SS, at 7 p. in : Marlon,
Wedn-eday, Oct. 29, 1 p. m.; Cobden, Thursday
Oct. 8, 7 p. m : Anna. Friday. Oct. 31, 7 p. m. ;
Cairo, faturd), Nov. 1,7 p. in.
FOIt HIS (X)UNTKV.
They wondered, in that ritiiot littlo
country villajro, how Edward Dorranco
could leave his family And go straight
forward Into the midst of deadly bat-'
tie, and they wondered bow Rachel
could let him go.
Edward was twenty-eiht years of,
age; a strong, healthy. Intelligent,
handsome man; a hatter by trade, with',
steady work, and euro of good wages.1
His wife, Rachel, was two years
younger; and everything as a woman,
that her husband was as a man. i
Before her marriage sho bad been
the life of the social clrclo In which
sho movod; no gathering for healthful
amusement could be thought perfect
that bad not her for one of its directors..
And their marriago did not remove
them from society.
Of course, they found not so much
time to devote to lighter affairs; but
the more weighty affairs especially
everything that had to do with tho re
ligious society with which they wory
ehipped never suffered becauso of
Their union had been blessed with'
two children a boy and a girl Eddie,'
aged live, and littlo Ella, aged threo
two beautiful, bright-faced, goldon-'
haired, laughter-loving children, bo
lovod by alL
The war had been going on a year
when Edward Dorranco had fully coma
to the conclusion that ho ought to go.
Ho was a man of deep and strong con
victions, and whon his mind had been
once made up, nothing less than a
stroke of Trovldenco could turn him
"Rachel," ho said to bis wifo, as
they Bat alone lato in tho evening,
"suppose 1 should live to bo an old
man, what shall I tell my children,
and my grandchildren, when they gather
around, and auk mo to tell them tho
story of a battle? If I should tell
them that I stayed at homo, while
others did the lighting, what should I
givo as my reason? Ab, they would
not ask. They would shrink away,
shamefaced and pitiful; and I can fancy
their saying to themselves: "Poor
grandpa! I won't ask him what tuado
him afraid.' Darling, think bow I
have talked during the past year; how
I have urged others to enlist; and how
1 have proclaimed tho sacredness of
our cause. And now, my precious, I
am offored a company, if 1 will g0.
Charles Weston, and CJeorge Ambrose,
and Walter Jacobs are going all mar
rled, and two of them havo childron.
itacnei, wnat say you? '
'First, Edward, toll
mo your own
"Can you seriously nnk? I think I
hould never bold up my bead again if
Iehouldbold back.,r 14
Rachel (wallowed the big lump In
her throat; she kept back tho rising
tears, and finally, with her arms
around bin Deck, and her bond pillowed
upon bis bosom, sho hoarsely whis
. 'Darling, I will not bo a coward.
Go, and may tho God of battles be
In jjist one week from that tirao Ed
ward Dorranco was in full uniform,
with bis captain's commission in his
People gazed in surprise. It seemed
to them strange and unnatural. Ho
was so necessary to tho life of tho vil
lage, and his littlo family was such i
picture of comfort and happiness.
What need was there? There were
enough without him. How could Rachel
! How they pitlod her! bow they pitied
her! But he was going, and R icliol
smiled when she last held his hand and
cbcarily bado him Godspeed.
They saw all that, but they did not
see her afterwards, alono in tho cham
ber, upon her bended knees by her bed
side, sobbing and praying, and weep
ing, as though her heart was breaking.
Ah, they would have pitied her then
bad they seen, and they would havo
pitied with cause.
But sho roso bravely after a time,
and when the first ordeal was passed
she resumed her household duties, and
sought relief from painful thought by
mingling in society, and giving Tier aid
wherever it coulifbo of benefit as of
At length came word of a battle in
which she knew her husband's regi
ment was engaged. Sho hastened fur
tho newspaper, eager for the truo in
telligence. That harm had befallen
Edward did not enter her mind.
She found the paper and carried it
homo. Littlo Eddio was old enough to
understand and possessed understand
ing enough to bo anxious for news of
"Uli, JJddie! Eddie! Tana is a ma-
Ior! There has been a great battle,
.istcn: 'Captain Edward Dorrance, by
bis own personal bravery, and marvel
lous daring, saved Hungerman's Divi
sion from rout, and bo, in fact, saved
the day for us.' And hero is tho last
line: 'Ho was made a major on the
field.' Alas! how many brave men
"But papa is safe?"
"Yes, papa is safe."
"Oh, I am so glad! Do you think,
mamma, that ho will bo safo always?"
hat a pang shot through her heart
as the eager boy asked the childish
question. She could not answer.
lao weeks and tho months passed
on, and other battles were fought; and
when the news of the battle came, Ra
chel could find no pcaco till she had
obtained tho paper and read tho full
At tho end of six months a letter
camo from her husband that made her
proud and happy.
"My darling, bo wrote, "givo mo
jy. And yet, alas! how many other
must find misory instead of joy. I
have been promotod azain. I um now
colonel of my regiment, and it is one
of tho very best in tho army. And I
am proud to know that I havo tho credit
of having dono much towards bringing
it to its present high standard of ex
cellence. Colonel Tapley died last
week in hospital at llurrisburg. Oh,
how I pity Lis family!
lhc days and tho weeks passed on
into history, as before, until at length
the very air quaked with rumors of a
battlo more terrible in its results ol
mortality than any which had preceded
Rachol beard the rumors in tho air,
as sho sat in her quiet littlo drawing
room, but Bho did not, as before, hasten
away for tho paper. Something whii-
Cored to her of dark and dismal foro
odings. Sho felt as sho had never
Heretofore sho had been eager to as
suro herself of her husband safety,
but now tho feeling camo to her that
sho did not dare to know.
But littlo Eddio was moved by no
bupIi d:rk foreboding.
When ho beard them talking of a
great battle, in which he know his papa
must havo taken a part, ho ran away
to tho post-oflico whero thero was a
stand for tho salo of papors and per
iodicals, and ho got' a paper, telling
the man, "Mamma will pay you for it."
And away bo went to his homo.
"Mamma! Mamma! Another big bat
tlo. Read to us about papa."
- With trembling hands, sho took tho
sheet, and opened it
She saw tho wilderness of flaming
hoad linen, and Bho allowed her eyes to
follow them down.
A few seconds, and then, with a low
stilled cry, and a catching of her hand
over her 'heart, sho let the paper fall
and Hiwik senseless upon the floor.
Eddio caught up the hIiucI, and
looked where his mother's eye had
restod. Ho had learned to read cany
words, and llio.io bold head-lines he
could make out, every one. Presently,
two-thirds of the way down, ho found
"Colonel Edward Dorranco among
For days and weeks Rachol Dorranco
lay hovering between life and death.
But for her children, sho would liavo
given up and passed over to join her
husband; but tho thought of her littlo
ones left all alono to battlo for their
weak young lives turned tho scale, and
When tho warm springtimo hadcomo
again, nnd tho birds sang In tho great
trees near her door, her eyes brighten
ed, her faco took on noinothiiig'of it.i
old color, and sho went onco moro
about tho duties of a mother.
But sho was broken In spirit; marks
of ago had eomo upon her lovely face,
and tho smiles wuro gone to return no
moro so she fult in her heart of hearts.
Sho had thought at lirst that sho
should never care more for life, but as
time passed on, and tho first terrible
agony gavoplaco to settled melancholy,
and that, in turn, to truo Christian res
Ignation, based upon Christian faith
ami promise after this, sho entered
Boelcty onco more, giving herself, with
every energy of body and spirit, to tho
worn oi caring ior oilier widows
orphans moro unfortunato than
suit, fur her husband hail owned
iuuv prutty cottage in which they
lived, bosiilos nearly two acres of land
uroumi it, aim lviward had left nearly
jive hundred pounds iu the bank when
ho went nwav.
W was this all. Sh hail tlflt fl lift I.
tielo of trouble In obtaining n generous
'"' , iu million to whluli she os.
lubiUhod herself in a tiuiol.er of muslo,
wii.jnu-, ,r the eoumu of a few months,
he lur.vud enough to support horself
and children; so that whu, as tho
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value of real estate jrreatly incroasej
in the village, a wealthy man offered
her a largo sum for a portion of her
land, she would not sell. Sho had no
need of tho money, and since her son's
father had loft it, to that son should it
descend Intact when sho had dono with
Many of the aoldiors both officers
ana privates of her husband's regi
ment called upon hor; and they never
tired of sounding his praises. Tho ad
jutant of tho regiment he who was
Adjutant at tho time of the battlo
caiied, and gave her more particulars
tlnin sho had beforo recolvod; for he
had boen with the advancing column,
and closo by bis colonol's sldo.
"We should have had tho body em
balmed and sent homo, bad tho thing
been possible; but ho was killed by tho
bursting of a shell one of tho largest
arid most destructive shells I ever saw.
Wo were band-to-hand with tho enemy
at tho time, and I am very sure that
the same missilo that killed tho colonel,
killed more than ono of their own num
ber. Ho was But I will not tell
you any more." .
les, yes tell mo all I would
rather know. I have wondered why
his body could not havo boen embalmed
and sent home to mo."
And then ho told her that the shell
had literally torn her husband to pieces.
They could only gather up tho poor
mangled mass and consign it to a cravo
by itself, which they Lad carefully
Tho days and tho weeks and tho
months passed on, until three years
had gone sinco that dreadful day on
which her husband had fallen ou tho
field of battle, and Rachel Bat in her
littlo parlor, with her children by her
Bide, reading to them the glorious flews
of tho closing of tho war.
Eddio had now crown to bo a stout
robust boy of eight years, whilo littlo
Ella had rounded out into a beautiful
rosy-cheeked miss of six years. They
were blessed children, and a blessiuL'
to their mother.
'Oh, if Edward could oulv have
lived to see them thus!" How often tho
cry wont up from her heart
Iho lamps had been hzhted. and
mother and children sat by tho centt r
tablo, sho with the day's paper in her
hand, when tho door-bell was run".
binco she had such excellent success
in her music pupils, Rachel had found
it for her interest to employ a servant,
and that servant answerod tho sum
mons at the door; and presently she
camo in and reported that a soldier, a
negro, was at the door asking for food,
and for shelter, and rest for tho night.
Ho had been told, he said, that he-
would bo suro to find it at tho home of
tho widow of his old colonel
"What! a man of Edward's regi
ment?" "So ho says."
"Then bring him in. No I will go
myself." And she took the lamp and
went into tho front hall, whero tho ap
plicant stood. Ho was a colored man
utterly black habited in a soidier's
garb, appeared neat and clean, and of
pleasant honest countenance.
Something in bis look appealed to
her woman's sympathy, and captured
her at once.
She Jed him into tho room whero
they had been sitting, and motioned
him to a seat Ili.s head was of goodly
shape, though covered by a thick mat
of close-curling wool, whilo his f:tco,
by far tho greater part of it was like
She had never seen a woolly beard so
thick and so heavy.
"Ah," ho said, slowly shaking his
head, "dey tolo iuo 'f I could find miu'r
colonel's widdcr I'd find friends, suah.
Yaas'm 1 wer' do colonel's cook.
Didn't ho ebbor write to yer 'bout old
Pompey? Oh, wo lost a good man
when ho f.jl.I''
Rachel wiped her eves and presently
nsked the poor man if In; was hungry.
Ho answered her that he could notV'il
how hungry ho really w:is; whereupon
sho got up and went out into tho kit
chen; and as she opened the door lead
ing to tho hall, the old dog, IMnce. a
beautiful English 8pHni..f which Ed
ward Dorrance had pun-hasi'd as a pun
when his son was born, eight years be
fore, camo bounding into tho room.
Ho saw tho negro sol.li.T. gave a sharp
snapping yelp, and Eddie called to him
to "lio down."
But tho dog did not obey. Ho drew
nearer to tho stranger, and prosently
with a cry that was almost human a
cry of joy and jubilation a cry not to bo
mistaken ho leaped upon tho man,
fairly clasping his forelegs or arms
round his neck, lapping, und kissing,
und panting and struggling to get
nearer and nearer, liko one possessed.
Eddio stamped bis foot and shouted
with a vbor of authority that ought to
havo quieted tho bruto at once; little
Ella criod with a terriblo foar that old
Prlnco would cat tho poor black man
up; whilo Rachel, having heard tho
frightful racket had como in from tho
kitchon to seo what in tho world tho
matter could bo. She knew that old
Prlnco was a fastidious do", and per
haps ho was trying to ject tho dark
As Rachel stepped across tho thresh
old into tho parlor a wonderful thin"
happened. 1'ho dog, in his frantio ef
forts to get at tho faco of tho strange
guest, had got his paws entangled in
tho matted wool, ami presently lo and
behold! tho whole woolly mass from
head, cheeks, and lips-came away,
leaving exposed to view a wonlth 'of
golden-brown, curling, glossy locks;
chocks white and smooth, with only a
nontly-trlmniod, hamlsuino moustaoho
upon tho upper lip; and tho lirst thing
sho heard was a startling cry from Ed
die: "Oh, papa, papa, papa! You aro my
papa! You are! you are!"
Aud then Rachel saw a pair of strong
arms fly swlfLly nrouud hor boy; saw
him drawn closo upon tho soldler'i
bosom, and heard smothered sounds of
kissing and blessing.
Tho next few minutes wo will leavo
to tho reader's imagination.- It was
Edward Dorranco, in his own proper
porson, alive and well.
"Pardon mo, darling," ho Bid, afier
ho hud washed his face a face as fair
and ni bandsonio ns ever Rachel
thought it a thousand tlmo handsomer
"pardon mo. I did not ansumo tbli
dlsgulso in sport far from It I shrank
from tho wild turmoil and uncomfort
able Interruptions that would inovlt
&bly result from my sudden and un- ,
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heralded appearrnco among old friends,
after having beou thought dead bo Ion".
Furthermore, I ha f : misty idea of
ollowing the truth to break upon you
gradually; but tho koen perceptions of
old Prlnco dishod that part of it And
yot my p.ecious, I do believo 1 I h ut
appearc 1 at your door its I um at this
moment, tho shock would Lavo been
Bevero. Tho comical manner of my
revealment took away tho shock, aud
brought it to vou pleasantly."
And Ruchof agreed with him.
In tehing the story cf that terriblo
day, when it was believed that he had
boen killed, ho said that soino other
man, batterod out of all shape or rec
ognition by the bursting of a sholl, had
been mistaken for him.
Ho had on that occasion advanced a
considerable distanco beyond the spot
whero tho sholl had cxplodod, suppos
ing that his men were behind him. Ho
had sprung forward for tho purpose of
capturing a battery that had been deal
ing death upon their ranks with frl ght
ful effect, and so eager and determined
was ho that ho never thought of look
ing round until he was directly under
thn muzzles of tho enemy's guns; then
ho turned, and fouud not a man of his
regiment in sight
Ho was capturod and sent to tho eu-
uiuy s rear, unu on mo next morning,
with many others, he was sent away
to a dismal prison, whero he had been
kept through tho long anil weary
months and years that hud since passed
away. Ho had written soveral letters,
but it was plainly to be seen they had
been intercepted and destroyed. In
fact, he had beon so informed on bein"
set free, for a jailer had said to him: "
"Colonel, you'll surprise your peoplo
when you get homo, for not ono of your
letters has been suffered lo go through."
What need to tell of tho joy of "that
household? Truly tho occasion was to
them a golden dawu tho dawniug of
a better day than they had ever known.
The Telephone? Tsed at Sea.
If thero were but ono wire on tho
surface of tho earth, says Alexauder
Graham Bell, tho inventor of the tele
phone, in 'an interview with the Phila
delphia tress, a man might talk all tho
way around tho globe. Tho multitude
of disturbing influences telegraph
wires, atmospheric disturbances, "mag
netio influences overcome the tele
phonic action. I havo already over
come as much resistanco as would bo
necessary to send a message nround
the world. I have talked through tho
bodies of thirty persons standing with
their hands joined.
Among the papers that 1 will rend
before tho Association for tho Advance-'
ment of Scienco is ono on a new meth
od of signalling between vessels at sea.
It is done by means of tho telephone,
and 1 cannot nt 'present foretell what
practical results it may lead to. Sig
nals were successfully exchanged be
tween two boats in deep water a milo
and a quarter upart. In one boat was
a telephone, with one of its two termi
nals hanging oyer the bow, ami tho
other trailing in tho wa'er over tho
stern. The arrangement was the snnte
in tho oilier boat, except that, itisla I
of a telephone, it contains an electric
battery, with an apparatus for inter
rupting tho current very rapidly, as
often as ItW times in a second. Every
time tho battery was connected with
tho water the latter became charged,
and when tho current was interrupted
eased to bo so, and a musical note was
produced in the telephone of tho dis
tant boat Theso results wero obtained
with a very imperfect apparatus. Tho
musical noto could bo produced at
will. at different intervals, and wo ar
ranged an alphabet A skillful opera
tor could read a message communi
cated in this way with tho greatest
case. In connection with this discov
ery I may say that tho credit of the dis
covery is not altogether mine. If Prof.
Trowbridge, of Harvard College, had
not had tho idea of a galvanometer, in
stead of a telophono, and of charTin'
tho water with a dynaruo-oloelric "ma"
chine in a similar way, tho idea of ap
plying tho telephono for that purposo
might not havo occurred to me. Tno
Professor thought that in this way ves
sels might discover their proximity to
each other in a fog. Nearly all vessels
havo dynamo-electric machines to pro
duce tho electric light This machiuo
could bo used to charge the water when
tho steamer runs into a fog, such as
one always finds off the coast of New
foundland, and would givo an electrio
signal to any vessel dangerously near
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