Millheim Journal. (Millheim, Pa.) 1876-1984, August 26, 1886, Image 4

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    J. Simpson Africa.
.T. Simpson Africa, who was selected
as the candidate for the ofliee of Secre
tary of Internal Affairs, was born in
the town of Huntingdon, which is still
his home, on September Id, 1832. lie
is descended from Revolutionary stock
through the .Simpsons, of Rucks, and
Murrays, of Lancaster. He was edu
cated at the Huntingdon Academy,and
after completing his studies there he
adopted the profession of surveyor and
civil engineer, and has since then devot
ed his entire time (except when engag
ed in public duties) to his profession,
and was first employed as a civil engin
eer in the location of the Rroad Top
Railroad. In 1853 he was electedCour.-
ty Surveyor of Huntingdon county on
the Democratic ticket oyer the nominee
of the Whig party, and served until
1857. He served as one of the'.Clerks in
the Senate during the sessions of 1858
and 1559. In October,7>9, lie was elect
ed to thellouse of Representatives oyer
the Republican nominee. He was sev
eral times elected Rurgsss of his native
barough,and is identified with the lead
ing business enterprises there, lit May,
1875, he wis appointed bv Gen. Mc-
Cmdless Deputy Secretary of Internal
affairs, and upon him tell the labor of
organizing the new Department of In
ternal Affairs created by the Constitu
tion of 1573 lie gave the duties of the
oilice his undivided attention. In May,
1878, he was nominated as Gen. Me-
Caudless' successor by the Democratic
Convention, receiving 159 votes to t>7
for two other candidates. Ihs Repub
lican opponent, who was elected to the
oilice in November of that year, was
Colonel Aaron K. Dunkel, of Philadel
phia, but Mr. Africa led bis ticket by
from -1.000 to 14,000 votes. In Feb 1880,
Mr. Ilayes appointed him Supervisor of
the Census for the Seventh district of
Pennsylvania, ail oilice for the duties
of which he was peculiarly qualified. In
June, 1882, he was again p'aceu on the
Democratic ticket for the edict of Sec
retary of Internal Affairs by acclama
tion, and this time he was elected
through the Republican dissensions
which carried l'attison and tlie whole
Democratic ticket through. Mr. Afri
ca's discharge ot his official duties have
been painstaking and conscientous
from first to last, and he thoroughly
understands the duties of an oilice of
which he was practically the creator.
Maxwell Stevenson.
Maxwell Stevenson, who was nomin
ated for Congressman -nt-Large, was
born on February 1, 1817, near Lon
donderry, Ireland, of that Scotch-Irish
stock noted for its energy and ability,
lie was brought to Philadelphia in De
cember, 1851, when not quite five years
old, and been a resident there ever
since. Ilis ear'y struggles for advance
ment were untiring and severe, but no
more striking than tbousauds of oth
ers. He left school between the ages of
12 and 13, after reaching the class in
Jackson Grammer School preparatory
to the High School. During the years
of 1859 and 1860 he was engaged in
hard, unremitting work on the truck
farms of the 'Neck.' 1861 he obtained
•work as an errand boy in a shoe store.
A ytar later he bought the outfit of a
news stand. In connection with this
business he got the right to canvass for
subscribers to the Evening Telegraph,
and so satisfactorily was his work that
Mr. Charles E. Waiburton, the pro
prietor, without regard to the b>v'a
youth iinhesit.iti gly and generously
assigned to him an important newspa
per territory. Saon after this lie
bought a 'scholarship' in a business
college and devoted himself to seeming
a thorough business training. He rap
idly improved his mind and from then
until 1873 was employed as bookkeeper
by several firms. In all of these years
Stevenson's ambition was to become a
lawyer, and to that end he had already,
in 1870, registered as a student with E.
Coppee Mitchell, afterwards transferr
ing it to the late Judge I. L. Pratt,
and on October 31, 1574, after a highiy
creditable examination, was admitted
to the bar, being at that time some
what over 27 years of age. Since his
admission to the bar his life has been
well known to the public. Ilis fiist
public interest in the labor movement
was as its unanimously chosen candi
date for Congress in the First District.
It was hoped that the Democrats
would also nominate him, but the nom
ioation in the convention was lost to
him by a majority of only ten votes.
In this canvas, without an inside offi
cer, with both organization s bitterly
opposed to hira, he made a plucky fight
getting a couut of nearly 4,300 votes.
He has ev9r been an active Democrat
from conviction, but deeply in sympa
thy with every movement for the ad
vancement of labor everywhere. And
that no man should charge that his in
terests in the great struggle of lahor
for recognition was prompted by mer
cenary or selfish motives. he has abso
lutely refused compensation for any
services rendered to any properly iden
tified member of organized labor.
-First-class job work done at the
JOURNAL office.
Of Interest to Ladles.
The new treatment for ladies' diseases dis
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ed English Physician and nurse, which has rev
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complaints in England is now being introduced
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Sufficient of this remedy for one month trial
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It is a positive cure lor any form of female
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